Guide to the Alfred D. Collier Collection
1880-1982

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Creator: Collier, Alfred D. (Alfred Douglas)
Title: Alfred D. Collier Collection
Dates: 1880-1982 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 20.5 linear feet (43 boxes)
Location of Collection: Shaw Historical Library
Collection Number: SHL014
Summary: The collection includes Collier’s extensive logging photograph collection; photographs, documents and letters documenting his World War I military service and family history materials. Alfred D. “Cap” Collier was a noted twentieth century lumberman and philanthropist in Klamath County, Oregon.
Repository: Oregon Institute of Technology
Shaw Historical Library

3201 Campus Drive
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
URL: http://www.library.oit.edu/shaw

Languages: Collection materials are in: English 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Biographical Note

Alfred Douglas “Cap” Collier was a noted twentieth century lumberman and philanthropist in Klamath County, Oregon. With his brother Andrew, in 1945 Alfred Collier founded Collier Memorial State Park and Logging Museum in honor of their parents through donations to the state of Oregon of land and later a collection of logging equipment.

Alfred Collier was born on December 14, 1892 in Eugene, Oregon. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Civil Engineering in 1914. Collier served as an engineer in the American Expeditionary Force. He was commissioned as a 1st lieutenant in 1917, promoted to Captain in 1918 for his service in combat in France and was an acting major when the Armistice was declared. He was honorably discharged in 1919.

After his discharge Collier married Ethel Foster on July 17, 1919 and moved to Klamath County, Oregon. He started the Swan Lake Logging Company and then founded Swan Lake Moulding Company in 1923. Collier was instrumental in the founding of First Federal Savings and Loan in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Collier served on several local government committees and boards, with a special interest in roads and transportation. He received the first Outstanding Businessman of the Year award from the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce in 1971.

Alfred and Ethel Collier had three children: Eleanor M., Richard McCornack and Dorothy Virginia. Collier died on September 6, 1985.

Content Description

The collection includes Collier’s extensive logging photograph collection; photographs, documents and letters documenting his World War I military service and family history materials.

Series I: Logging and Local History Images consists of several thousand prints and negatives. Topics include logging, lumber mills, railroads, Collier memorial State Park and Logging Museum, Klamath Falls, Oregon and Klamath County, Oregon. Prints are generally described at the item level. The negatives are not described.

Series II: World War I includes several hundred images documenting Collier’s military training, his battlefield service in France and his service in the Occupation of Germany (1917 to 1919). Collier’s letters to his family, his Army training manuals and notebooks complete the series.

Series III: Family History includes newspaper clippings, correspondence, and, photographs of the Collier family dating from late nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century.

Use of the Collection

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The collection is open for research use. Please contact the library in advance with requests to use audio visual materials in this collection.

Restrictions on Use :  

Before materials from the Shaw Historical Library may be quoted in print or otherwise reproduced in whole or in part in any publication, exhibit, broadcast or other manner, the user must obtain permission from the owner of the physical property and the holder of the copyright. Copyright status for collections in the Shaw Historical Library varies. Reproduction of any item must contain a complete citation to the original. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Preferred Citation :  

[item identification], Alfred D. Collier Collection, The Shaw Historical Library, Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arranged in three series, Series I: Series I: Logging and Local History Images, Series II: World War I and Series III: Family History.

Acquisition Information :  

Donated to the Shaw Historical Library by Eleanor M. Collier Ehlers, daughter of Alfred D. Collier


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I:  Logging and Local History
15 linear feet, 31 boxes
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Album 1: Photograph Album of Clare Roy Sprague
California Logging Operations around 1900 (Albion, Caspar & Mendocino, CA)
circa 1900
Image 1: Boat docked by curved pier stacked with lumber, with sawmill in background circa 1900
Image 2: Looking down on sawmill with stacked lumber, fronting waterway; labeled "Albion, Cal" circa 1900
Image 3: Looking down on sawmill & toward ocean circa 1900
Image 4: 9 men resting on large log in chute near redwood stump & steam donkey circa 1900
Image 5: 10 men standing on/near huge redwood stump, using cables to pull steam donkey up hill circa 1900
Image 6: 11 men standing/sitting on steam locomotive and flat car circa 1900
Image 7: Many people on board and on shore with beached sail boat. Photo caption reads "Soloyome; Albion, Cal; Dilling Photo" circa 1900
Image 8: 2 fallers with long double-bit axes, posing by huge redwood tree with first cut chopped out circa 1900
Image 9: 12 men & 3 boys sitting in huge, multi-branched deciduous tree circa 1900
Image 10: Many buildings, including part of sawmill, houses, cabins, fences on hillside circa 1900
Image 11: Log pond in foreground, small mill in background, houses & road on hillside. Photo caption "Casper, Cal" circa 1900
Image 12: Man with splitting axe & maul posing by numerous stacks of split & peeled (approximately) 4" × 4" × 8' boards circa 1900
Image 13: Small boats & floating pier; looking towards ocean; lumber loose in water circa 1900
Image 14: Small town & mill on sea shore; boat is leaving port circa 1900
Image 15: Sawmill near waterway and pier with track circa 1900
Image 16: Bridge, waterway & horse cart in foreground, sawmill & small town in middle, hills in back. Photo caption reads "Big River, Mendocino, Cal" circa 1900
1 Album 2: Marion Barnes Collection 71 - 1-35
Image 17: The Smope (?) store, between 4th & 5th on Main. W.B. Barnes & Lloyd Rice are shown circa 1927
Image 18: William Byron Barnes presented with life membership BPOE. Short biography on Mr. Barnes 1948
Image 19: New Years Ball, Houston Opera House - fancy costumes 1909
Image 20: Klamath County High School basketball team with shirts embroidered "K.H.S." 9 men are pictured, all identified 1910
Image 21: Bally Ho Band posed in front of Star Theater, Klamath Falls, Ore; 9 people are identified circa 1911
Image 22: Klamath Falls Military band at installation of Elk Lodge in K.F. 12 musicians are identified 1911 or 1912
Image 23: American Red Cross Drive in World War I; 5 women in nursing uniforms & 1 man in military uniform. 7 people are identified circa 1918
Image 24: Newspaper article & photograph of Klamath's Volunteer Fire Department; names are labeled in newspaper photo caption 1912
Image 25: 4 people on shore, watching The Winema at Rocky Point, Upper Klamath Lake. Information on The Winema
Image 26: Many people standing on small boat. "Buena Vista". 4 people are identified. Taken by Maud Baldwin 1909 or 1910
Image 27: 7 men & horse in front of "Exchange Stable". Livery stable owned by Caleb Oliver. 2 men are identified
Image 28: Early Tule Lake grain farming as lake receded. Photo caption reads "Piling 150,000 bushel Oat Crop raised on one farm by Klabzube Bros., Malin, Ore"
Image 29: Houston Hotel in block south of Willard Hotel. Hotel burned and several people lost their lives in the fire. Photo caption reads "Hotel, Klamath Falls, Ore"
Image 30: Many men & a horse in front of American Hotel, early day, opposite Baldwin Hotel
Image 31: People standing in front of American Hotel, owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Barnes. 8 people identified 1905
Image 32: Central School, located in middle of 10th & Pine St. which was after cut through there circa 1907
Image 33: Klamath Union High School After 1906
Image 34: White Pelican Hotel collapsing during fire
Image 35: Nest with pelican's egg and young pelican
Image 36: 3 Young pelicans taken when Marion Barnes was Game Warden at Crater Lake
Image 37: Many young pelicans, Clear Lake
Image 38: Flock of pelicans nesting at Clear Lake hatchery
Image 39: Flock of young pelicans, Clear Lake
Image 40: A band of young pelicans swimming, Clear Lake
Image 41: A band of pelicans now able to fly, Clear Lake
Image 42: Dog returning live duck crippled by botulinus. Live ducks were put in fresh water & many recovered
Image 43: Geo. Tonkin (?) and assistant gathering up ducks poisoned by botulinus
Image 44: Ducks recovering from botulinus poisoning
Image 45: Marion Barnes in cave formed by ice pressure at Diamond Lake
Image 46: 4 men with nets taking trout at Diamond Lake outlet for eggs for hatchery. 30,000 eggs March 1924
Image 47: 4 men with nets at egg taking station, at outlet at north end of Diamond Lake 1924
Image 48: American Bald Headed Eagle at Diamond Lake egg taking station. Eagle is behind fence or in large cage
Image 49: Blue Heron, all ready to strike
Image 50: Blue Heron (close up)
Image 51: Loaded mule in forest: Marion Barnes faithful friend with camp outfit
1 Album 3: Lamm Lumber Co. Collection 72 -- 1-12 - Pioneer Log Cabins at Collier Park, Bill Davis Collection 73 -- 1-12 - Part of Priest Collection (?) 78 -- 85-93
Image 52: Lamm Lumber Company Mill from Upper Klamath Lake, logs in foreground
Image 53: Lamm Lumber Company-steam engine for sawmill. Note sophisticated equipment for steam & size of fly wheel
Image 54: Lamm Lumber Co. from lake. Note Cyclone and rock fuel bins
Image 55: Lamm Lumber Co. Aerial view: note piles of air drying lumber and logs in boom. Drybaker (?) Aerial Surveys, Portland, OR
Image 56: Lamm Lumber Co. Carriage with air dogs and trout set. Old hand dogs in uprights
Image 57: Lamm Lumber Co. from lake showing burner
Image 58: Lamm Lumber Co. school. Mrs. Sam Rife taught here for several years. Winifred Lamm 2nd row 5th from left
Image 59: Lamm Lumber Co. Mill crew 1932
Image 60: Lamm Lumber Co. Early loading platform using 2 wheel lumber dollies made by A. Streich & Co., Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Image 61: Lamm Lumber Co. Early photo green chain in process of being roofed. Burning is in open pit circa 1916-1917
Image 62: Lamm Lumber Co. Panorama showing mill, planning mill, village of Modoc Point and steam line from mill to heat houses, office & hotel 8/24/1931
Image 63: Lamm Lumber Co. Panorama of manpower of Lamm Lumber Co. Wilford E. Lamm under * 1931
Image 64: Explorer's Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.--came from Crescent Creek. History of cabin
Image 65: Trapper's Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of Mr/Mrs. Kenneth L. Emery--built by H.B. McKinley. History of cabin
Image 66: Homesteader's Log Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of Doug Whiteline--from original homestead. History of cabin
Image 67: Homesteader's Log Barn at Collier Park. Gift of Doug Whiteline--part of the original homestead. History of barn
Image 68: Irish Sheepherder's Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of Mr/Mrs. Kenneth L. Emery--from Bear Flat. History of cabin
Image 69: Banta Log Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of Neil W. Banta--from Antelope Valley above Swan Lake. History of cabin
Image 70: Jim Redden Log Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of M. Varnum, Hawk Hyde, and Klamath Co. Welfare--North Fork of Sprague River. History of cabin
Image 71: Harry Obenchain Log Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of Harry Obenchain. History of cabin
Image 72: Bear Flat Log Store at Collier Park. Gift of Mr/Mrs. Kenneth L. Emery--from Bear Flat, OR. History of store
Image 73: Gilchrist Log Cabin at Collier Park. Gift of U.S. Forest Service--owner killed before finishing cabin. History of cabin
Image 74: Shake Outhouse at Collier Park. Gift of Everett Dennis--from Bear Flat. History of outhouse
Image 75: Log Outhouse at Collier Park. Gift of Everett Dennis--from Bear Flat. History of outhouse
1 Album 4: Neil Banta Collection 74 -- 1-6 - Buena Stone Collection 75 -- 1-2 - Bill Skeen Collection 76 -- 1-6
Image 76: Early day one room schoolhouse, all 8 grades in one room. 17 children & teacher in front of school
Image 77: Man & woman between railroad tracks and cabin. Here is where the track walker and his wife lived
Image 78: Locomotive at J.D. McArthur Logging Railroad. 4 men standing beside locomotive
Image 79: Indian village on Lost River when Mullet were running upstream to spawn. Tents & horse; more description
Image 80: Indians and friends at Lost River Mullet Fishery. 12 people standing & fish drying on rocks in background
Image 81: 7 men seated in a row in front of more people & drying rack. When enough Mullet had been caught for one day the Indian Stick Game came into its own
Image 82: Fort Klamath Officers Quarters. 14 people are seated on or below a broad porch. John McCall is identified
Image 83: Odessa Sawmill--Griffith Sawmill on Odessa Creek. Open shed beside creek, with large pile of wood refuse
Image 84: "Klamath Indian Bear Hunt. 1st tree your bear." Man standing on ground, bear in tree. Bill's brother, Dave Skeen, was a noted hunter
Image 85: "Next load the bear onto a horse." 11 men & horses, bear loaded on a horse
Image 86: "Then lash the bear on securely so he won't slide off when the horse walks." 3-4 men are tying large bear to saddle on horse
Image 87: "All loaded and ready to roll." Man posing beside loaded bear with gun & dog; many people are posed around him
Image 88: "Here is another shot of the hunter and his audience." Many people standing behind brush, in front of horse loaded with bear
Image 89: "Bruin is out to civilization and ready to be skinned." 14 people look at large bear on ground, with old cars in background
1 Album 5: Part of Priest Collection 78 -- 46-92 - Courtesy Mrs. Bert Thomas
Image 90: Klamath Lumber and Box site. The steamers came in & picked up slabs from the mill for fuel. Lumber piles on lake shore 1911-1913
Image 91: Logs at head of Link River, old horse car track, Upper Klamath Lake, Winema boat & warehouse, tents on hill 1910
Image 92: Green lumber coming in on steel wheeled wagon to be piled and dried. 7 men stacking lumber 1911-1913
Image 93: 3 men with 4-horse team pulling logging wagon; logs on ground in front, roof shows behind. "Ogle thinks horse logging to Kesterson Mill at Ivan" 1911-1913
Image 94: Horses, men & high wheels bringing logs to landing. "Taken from upper deck of the Winema" 1905-1906
Image 95: "Upper Klamath at a log landing beyone Eagle Ridge near Rose Pooles homestead." Closer view of logging in photo #94 1911-1913
Image 96: 2 men piling boards on rail car. "Handling lumber by man power. Note piling jacks on car" 1911-1913
Image 97: 5 men & 6 horses with hand tools, rifle, horses, wagon, logs on ground. Same as photo #884. Loading using the parbuckle method circa 1920
Image 98: Cabins, house & tent cabins with several people among large trees. "Believe this is Rocky Point Resort" 1911-1913
Image 99: 11 men sitting on large log pile next to wooden shed. Logs decked for later hauling, probably by A-frame loader for railroad transportation 1920-1930
Image 100: 2 men with 4 horses, logs on ground & piled. "Probably lgging for Pelican Bay above" 1911-1913
Image 101: One of Dick Breitensteins Teams "Prince and Dale" helping lay track at Pelican Bay. Mixed pine & fir timber circa 1914
Image 102: 5 men loading Union Pacific box car (shop lumber) & flat car (box). "Early day lumber handlers" 1911-1913
Image 103: 2 men & 2 flat cars loaded with logs. "Might be railroads that Ackley had down near Keno" 1911-1913
Image 104: 5 men in mill with box lumber stacked around. "Cut off man and tail off man" 1911-1913
Image 105: 2 circular saws inside sawmill. "Double Circular Head Rig." Description of process 1911-1913
Image 106: "Lumber yard at Ackley Mill. Later Modoc Lumber Co." Same as photo #1200 1911-1913
Image 107: Men standing on hillside near mill shed with tall stack, steam or smoke behind shed 1911-1913
Image 108: 3 men stacking lumber on drop-bed wagon pulled by 2 horses. "Drying yard at Utter and Burns Sawmill on Anna Creek above Fort Klamath" circa 1911
Image 109: Mill shed with tall stack, logs decked in front. "Utter and Burns on Anna Creek above Fort Klamath" 1911-1913
Image 110: Stacks of drying lumber stored outdoors among large ponderosa pine trees 1911-1913
Image 111: Logs on ground in front of mill shed with tall stack, stacks of lumber drying. May be another view of Utter & Burns mill 1911-1913
Image 112: Looking down on log yard with lots of logs decked, sheds in background 1911-1913
Image 113: 2 men posed in front of steam donkey. "Dick Breitenstein says the donkey was pulling logs down a chute for Long Lake Timber Co. above Rocky Point. Sam Carlyle is on left, Mr. Ritchie on right" 1911-1913
Image 114: 7 men near mill shed with lumber piles, tilt-bed wagon & a bicycle in shed attic. 2 men appear to be joking around. "Utter (?) & Burns sawmill above Fort Klamath on Anna Creek." Mill built in 1908 & ran for many years before burning down. Same as photo #789 1911-1913
Image 115: Looking down on mill with many sheds & log decks 1911-1913
Image 116: Railroad tracks with S.P. box cars in front of shed with lumber stacked on loading dock 1911-1913
Image 117: Mill buildings near water with fence in foreground--ghost images. "Double exposure" 1911-1913
Image 118: Inside of mill, showing edge of circular saw & chain ramps 1911-1913
Image 119: Many stacks of drying lumber in forest clearing; sheds visible in trees 1911-1913
Image 120: 5 men posed on top of high stack of drying lumber, many stacks in row 1911-1913
Image 121: 9 men posed in front of mill shed. "Dick Breitenstein says this was one of the Klamathon Logging Crews" 1911-1913
Image 122: 6 small cabins with men posed in doorways, larger buildings on right. "Dick Breitenstein says this was a logging camp for the Klamathon Mill" 1911-1913
Image 123: Many men sitting & standing near barn or shed, other sheds on left. "Dick Breitenstein thinks this was taken at Pokegama" 1911-1913
Image 124: 2 men standing on stacks of drying lumber in ponderosa pine forest clearing with open hillside in background. Cable or phone line runs horizontally through middle of photo 1911-1913
Image 125: 3 men working on log decks. "Dick Breitenstein thinks this might be logs decked at Keno for Ennis and Clark." Same as photo #1205 (labeled 78-80) circa 1912
Image 126: 4 men loading lumber on flat car 1911-1913
Image 127: 4 men & 3 horses hauling lumber & loading onto flat cars 1911-1913
Image 128: 2 men working with logs on ground. Log deck, stacked lumber, mill shed & tall stack are visible behind the men 1911-1913
Image 129: 2 early loggers bucking large ponderosa pine tree with crosscut saw, measuring stick, and double-bit axes 1911-1913
Image 130: Many men seated at tables loaded with food & coffee pots. 1 young man in apron is standing, probably cook's helper 1911-1913
Image 131: 2 early loggers in forest, holding crosscut saw & poles. Note long underwear worn by early loggers 1911-1913
Image 132: 3 early loggers bucking large ponderosa pine tree into log lengths with crosscut saw & mallet to drive wedges; note long underwear 1911-1913
Image 133: 3 men starting to fall large ponderosa pine tree, with boy & dog on ground 1911-1913
Image 134: Same 3 men, boy & dog as in photo #133. They are bucking a large tree on ground 1911-1913
Image 135: 1 early logger holding double-bit axe in front of large felled ponderosa pine tree 1911-1913
Image 136: 1 early logger sitting on large felled ponderosa pine tree while another tree cut by 2 men is falling behind him; good photo of tree falling 1911-1913
Image 137: 2 early loggers bucking large Douglas fir log with crosscut saw and wedges. Logging cables are in foreground. Beveled end of log was called "snipeing;" peeling bark off one side was called "rossing". (Collier Museum Tour Guide (reverse)) 1920-1930
Image 138: McGiffert loader loading logs on rail cars. 2 men are holding cables, 1 man stands on adjacent car. Good photo of McGiffert loader in operation. "Probably Klamath Lumber and Box at a later day" 1911-1913
2 Album 6: Priest Collection 78 -- 1-45 - Courtesy Mrs. Bert Thomas
Image 139: Lumber drying in foreground, town in background. Moore Brothers, Linkville 1911-1913
Image 140: Men on greenchain; lumber yards, Moore Mill, Lake Ewauna 1911-1913
Image 141: Long Lake Lumber at Long Lake 1911-1913
Image 142: Long Lake Lumber at Long Lake (different view.) 1911-1913
Image 143: Wickstrom & Lindman's "Eagle" steamer used for sand barge from Williamson River bar; docked at Old Long Lake Mill, Upper Klamath Lake 1911-1913
Image 144: Long Lake Mill at Long Lake; Higgins financed by Frank McCornack. 2 sheds & lumber 1911-1913
Image 145: Long Lake Lumber at Long Lake. 4 men standing in front of drying lumber 1911-1913
Image 146: Christy Brothers Mill at Long Lake. Story about Harold Christy. Shed, stack, logs on conveyor & men 1919-1923
Image 147: Long Lake Lumber at Long Lake by Mary O'Loughlin. Logs in foreground, mill in middle, tents & houses in background 1911-1913
Image 148: Long Lake Lumber at Long Lake; stinger tongue high wheels 1911-1913
Image 149: Long Lake Lumber Co. Fred Higgins Prop. Near Neadow Lake. Overview of lumber stacks & mill 1911-1913
Image 150: Long Lake Lumber Co. at Long Lake; 11 men standing in front of mill; Fred Higgins, Art Higgins, Fred Daniels, Wilbur Mine are identified 1915-1920
Image 151: Long Lake Lumber at Long Lake. Christy Brothers at Long Lake. Overview of mill & lumber stacks 1911-1913
Image 152: Long Lake Lumber Co. at north end of Long Lake; Frank McCornack financed; operated by Higgins & others pre 1902
Image 153: Pelican Bay Mill looking across meadow; chalk bank shows line of railroad. Story about Harold Mortensen & Pelican Bay Lumber Co. "Klamath Development Co's Mill" 1911
Image 154: Donkey logging, probably Pelican Bay on West side. 2 men posed on large log with rounded end 1911-1913
Image 155: Probably Pelican Bay Lumber Co. logging on the West side below Harriman Lodge. Steam donkey, tracks, men, logs 1911-1913
Image 156: Klamath Lumber and Box pond, showing men on floating logs. Klamath Queen making a cut into Pelican Bay sawmill site 1911-1913
Image 157: Man & woman standing in front of tied bundles. "Grover Yantis -- probably Phinegar Box Factory at Bray -- orange crate stock" 1911-1913
Image 158: 2 men with oil cans standing by large steam engine. Probably Bray Box Factory 1911-1913
Image 159: 3 men pulling boards in mill. Making lath for plastering at Bray Box Factory 1911-1913
Image 160: Bray Box Factory -- 1 man with measuring stick in mill -- grader & talleyman 1911-1913
Image 161: 1 man standing beside large steam engine. Bray Box Factory -- "Dutch" 1911-1913
Image 162: 4 men seated on tables in mill. Bray Box Factory -- "left to right: Batchilder" 1911-1913
Image 163: Klamath Lumber Mfg. Co. drying yard. Many stacks of drying lumber beside Klamath Lake 1911-1913
Image 164: Outside photo of mill with tall stack & hog. Could be Klamath Lumber Mfg. Co. on upper Lake 1911-1913
Image 165: Stacks of drying lumber in front of lake and smokestacks. Probably Klamath Mfg. Co. or Innes & Clark or old Long Lake Mill on upper Lake 1911-1913
Image 166: 2 men stacking lumber with row of buildings in background. Shippington Bunk House and Employee Houses, destroyed in fire. Charley Hawkins on right 1911-1913
Image 167: Stacks of drying lumber in front of lake and smokestacks. Klamath Mfg. Co. early day 1911-1913
Image 168: 3 men on stacks of drying lumber in front of lake. Klamath Lumber Mfg. Co. -- tearing down a dry pile 1911-1913
Image 169: Great photo of Klamath Mfg. Co. mill with man walking on pier. "R.A. Johnson, Klamath Manufacturing Co., later Klamath Lumber and Box Co" 1911-1913
Image 170: Steam tractor, probably Holt hauling lumber in from Meadow Lake on 3 steel wagons to S.P. Depot in Klamath Falls 1911-1913
Image 171: Long building with "Big Basin Lumber Co." painted on side. "Start of Big Basin Lbr. Co. -- think Weed Lbr. Co. started this" 1911-1913
Image 172: Start of Ewauna Box Factory from rood of Martin Brothers Mill. Both burned later. Sign on box bin is "W.E.Seehorn Co" 1911-1913
Image 173: Algoma Lumber Co. -- probably D.B. Campbell's old mill. Includes history of the mill 1911-1913
Image 174: Overview of mill, drying stacks, wooden walkways, men. Algoma Lumber Co. -- D.B. Campbell's old mill. Bill Duche was Logging Supt 1911-1913
Image 175: 4-horse team hauling loaded lumber wagon. Hauling lumber from Turner Mill 1911-1913
Image 176: 4-horse team hauling 2 loaded lumber wagons, dog lying in road. Hauling lumber from Turner Sawmill on Stukel Mtn. to Klamath Falls 1911-1913
Image 177: 5 men standing by logs in mill. Kesterson Mill 1911-1913
Image 178: 3 men operating gear boxes beside logs in shed. Probably Kesterson Mill at Ivan 1911-1913
Image 179: 2 men operating large gears in mill. Ogle thinks this is Kesterson Mill at Ivan Spur 1911-1913
Image 180: 5 men operating gears in by logs in mill. Ogle thinks this is Kesterson Mill at Ivan Spur 1911-1913
Image 181: Steam tractor hauling 2 wagons, 6 men. "Frank McCormack hauled lumber from Meadow Lake into Klamath Falls probably with this outfit" 1911-1913
Image 182: Small building with 2 large stacks in front of larger mill. Hal Ogle thinks this is Kesterson Mill at Ivan -- boiler house & smoke stacks under construction 1911-1913
Image 183: 3 men & 1 child standing on many rolled-out logs in woods, horse teams in background. Hal Ogle thinks this is Kesterson Mill at Ivan -- they are making cordwood out of the poor logs 1911-1913
2 Album 7: Maude Baldwin & Others 77 -- 1-48
Image 184: 4th of July parade in Klamath Falls. Main St. in front of Geo. R. Hurn Hardware store 1907
Image 185: 4th of July parade in Klamath Falls. Marching band on Main St. near Mark Burns Broker, Clothing Story & Wells Fargo 1907
Image 186: 4th of July parade in Klamath Falls, same place as photo #185. Could be Evan Reames and his racing sulky 1907
Image 187: Elks 4th of July float (note horns on horses) in front of So. Oregon Automobile Co. Garage, Baldwin & Gordon 1907
Image 188: President Garfield addressing crowd at Courthouse yard. Speaker & crowds in front of court house 1907
Image 189: 4-horse team hauling 2 covered wagons. Freight team coming into Linkville, in front of Linkville Bar & Hotel
Image 190: Steam tractor hauling 2 loaded wagons & 6 men. Hauling hay, Klamath Falls, ORE. Note O.K. Feed Stables
Image 191: 7 men & boys playing marbles or observing in front of the Golden Rule Store -- 2 other men in photo
Image 192: Klamath Falls Land & Transportation Co. trolley with 2 horses on mud street in front of Geo. R. Hurn Hardware store. Sign on trolley says it will be scrapped in 60 days. "Toonerville Trolley" -- Charley Adams, driver pre 1920
Image 193: Main Street, Klamath Falls, taken from Lakeside Inn porch. Laying ties for Street Railroad in front of Baldwin Hotel
Image 194: circa 10 people standing in dry riverbed. Link River, blown dry by the South wind
Image 195: Pools of water in a dry riverbed. Link River, blown dry by the South wind
Image 196: Looking downstream at Link River Bridge. Telford Boat Factory on left. 3 people standing on rocks in front of town
Image 197: Looking up Link River, houses on both banks. Martin flour mill on left & Ankeny Ditch on right
Image 198: Link River in flood. Moore Mill on left
Image 199: Link River Falls from which comes the name Klamath Falls
Image 200: Freight team with 8 horses and 3 trail wagons coming into Linkville off bridge -- in front of Baldwin Hardware store
Image 201: Looking south at bridge at Keno. Several people & wagon on bridge, Keno in background
Image 202: Freight teams crossing bridge at Keno headed toward Klamath Falls. Two 6-horse teams pulling 3 wagons each
Image 203: Team & hack crossing Klamath River near Chase Station below present highway crossing. Bridge also used as splash dam
Image 204: Mill boiler being hauled on 8 wheeled jointed wagon with 6-horse team, in front of Baldwin Hardware & 1st National Bank. Boiler has "14000 Lbs" painted on side
Image 205: Stage at New Pokegama crossing of Eagle or Fore Creek, 4 people on stage. Pokegama was terminus of RR from Thrall
Image 206: Old railroad ties spread through forest. Klamath Lake RR from Thrall on the SP Main Line to Pokegama post 1912
Image 207: Old railroad ties spread through forest, similar to photo #206. Klamath Lake RR from Thrall on SP Main Line to Pokegama post 1912
Image 208: Log with bark removed showing scribing: "WARD June 1873." G.W. Howard marked this near Cold Springs near Camp #4 Weyerhauser. He was one of the original Survey Party who ran the Southern Oregon Wagon Road April 1946
Image 209: Insulation bracket on old telegraph line between Fort Klamath & Jacksonville. Ran over Southern Oregon Wagon Road. Ring growth 1873-1874. Square nails
Image 210: Zim and George Baldwin in a brand new car
Image 211: Road at Topsy Grade after R.A. "Bob" Emmett worked on it
Image 212: Many men standing on steamboat in lake. Steamer Jessie on upper Lake
Image 213: Steamer Alma, scow design. Apparently excursion. Tied up at landing with many men & women on board
Image 214: Steamer Klamath on glassy lake with many people on board
Image 215: Steamer Winema at Harriman Lodge, with Indian couple in dugout canoe. "The old and the new way"
Image 216: Excursion party at Harriman Lodge -- many people on porch
Image 217: Indian couple in dugout canoe near camp -- probably gathering wocus near Harriman Lodge on Upper Klamath Lake
Image 218: Store at Klamath Agency -- man in white vest is R.C. Spink. 13 people standing on porch & beside white building. Sign on store says "Telephone Office"
Image 219: 2 Native American infants lashed to cradle boards, crying
Image 220: Woman picking up feathers (?) behind a group of young pelicans without flight feathers. Probably rookery at Clear Lake
Image 221: Reed Telford Lumber Co. Portable sawmill with 4-man crew. Nelson Reed, Wilbur & Harry Telford are identified 1926-1931
Image 222: Sleigh logging, Klamath County. 4-horse team, driver & large load of logs on sleigh
Image 223: Sleigh logging, Klamath County. 3 men standing by load of logs
Image 224: Owens, Oregon. Jess Rodgers is driving hydraulic wheels with worm gear. Duplicate of Doug Puckett's outfit; it was not rugged enough
Image 225: "This is my mill and lumber." C.D. Bechdoldt. 1 man operating machinery in shed, logs riding on rail cars
Image 226: C.D. Bechdolt, Bonanza Mill, Klamath Falls. This is a blow-up of photo #225
Image 227: C.D. Bechdolt Mill beyond Bonanza. Drying yard
Image 228: C.D. Bechdolt Mill beyond Bonanza. Drying yard. This is blow-up of photo #227
Image 229: 2-horse team hauling logs to loading area with big wheels. Weyerhauser first used Stringer Tongue, high wheels, and horses. They owned this logging railroad
Image 230: 2 men loading logs on railroad using "crosshaul" method. RR car painted "W.L. Co. 105." Description of process
Image 231: Clyde Double End Skidder "Titanic" Many men are standing on skidder, including Shorty Henderson & Charles King. Weed Lumber Co. 1946
2 Album 8: Bert Hall Collection 79 -- 1-9
Image 232: Rudd rode "White Pelican" bucker in Elks Rodeo, Klamath Falls. J. Frank Adams in background 1912
Image 233: Art Accord riding "Cyclone" in Elks Rodeo, Klamath Falls 1912
Image 234: Bucking contest, Klamath County Fair. Action among bystanders, rider is leaving the saddle circa 1912
Image 235: Bert Hall & 2 other men standing by steam donkey & logs. Wheeler Camp in Tillamook, OR. Bert was fired next day 5/14/1910
Image 236: Bert Hall on old Ford in deep snow, near rim of Crater Lake 7/25/1916
Image 237: E. B. Hall in new car in front of Baldwin Hotel
Image 238: Corner room at White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls, OR. Bert was first manager pre 1912
Image 239: Steamer "Winema" tied up at Rocky Point
Image 240: Klamath Falls hot springs where Modoc Field now is. Steam coming from the ground around gazebo
2 Album 9: J. Frank Adams 80 -- 1-2 - Sign Collection 81 -- 1-2 - Alfred Petersteiner Collection 82 -- 1-5 - Walter Timm Collection 83 -- 1-4 - Nelson Reed Collection 84 -- 1-7 - Dorothy V. Collier Collection 85 -- 1-16
Image 241: J. Frank Adams & father-in-law (Steele). Both men have white mustaches & large hats, riding on horses
Image 242: Picture of bulls gathered to load on railroad for Hawaii, via San Francisco. J. Frank Adams Hereford bulls, Klamath Falls, OR
Image 243: Sign at Collier Park, Ode to Loggers Boots by Nelson Reed who logged with Telford Boys & then owned Reed Tractor Co.
Image 244: Trappers Cabin sign at Collier Park
Image 245: Logs awaiting shipment Strahorn RR, Horton, Ore. Mile post 26½ O.C.E. Railroad at Harten Ranch 9/29/1923
Image 246: Logs awaiting shipment Hunter siding, Strahorn RR. Mile post 22½ O.C.E. Railroad. Nick Ginsbaugh on top 9/28/1923
Image 247: Cherry Creek Hill, Strahorn RR, mile post 36, O.C.E. Railroad
Image 248: Klamath Falls Celebration, 6th & Main Street. Big crowd marching down main street
Image 249: Mile post 36, O.C.E. Railroad, Cherry Creek Hill
Image 250: Crew unloading section of biggest fir so far found in Clatsop County. See sign on log for details. Collier Park January 1964
Image 251: COPCO; unloading. Huge log section with binders being unloaded from flatbed truck, 3 men standing by January 1964
Image 252: Short of unloading; same huge log section in photo #251 still on truck, 1 man hooking up & 4 men standing by January 1964
Image 253: 2' Section load for truck; same huge log section in photo #252 still on truck, 3 men standing by January 1964
Image 254: Nelson Reed and Jim McCrank whose boots were used as model for sign at Collier Park. 2 men standing in front of sign
Image 255: Nelson Reed wiping tear for first 60 Cat. Man wiping eye standing in front of old cat in Collier Park
Image 256: Nelson Reed and Jim McCrank. Each has one of Jim's corked boots. Similar to photo #254
Image 257: Nelson Reed and cat. Reed was a very fine citizen. Man standing in front of old cat in shed at Collier Park
Image 258: Ode to Logger Boots and blacksmith shop in background at Collier Park; same sign as photo #256 but no people
Image 259: Nelson Reed is kidding Jim McCrank about his 50 year old boots which still hold water. Similar to photo #256
Image 260: Nelson Reed and Jim McCrank standing behind Ode to Loggers Boots sign at Collier Park
Image 261: Telford-Reed portable sawmill on Hogback ready to move to another location. Holt Caterpillar with tiller wheel was used as power for the sawmill. They could set up the mill in 2 days
Image 262: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. Closeup of gears June 1964
Image 263: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. View of setup on log footings June 1964
Image 264: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. Side view of setup on log footings, mill shed in background June 1964
Image 265: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. Farther view showing boiler & man in operator's station June 1964
Image 266: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. Another view from rear side June 1964
Image 267: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. Another close view of gears & flywheel June 1964
Image 268: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. Another view showing boiler & man standing alongside June 1964
Image 269: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. View from in front of operator's station June 1964
Image 270: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. View of setup on log footings. Photo similar to #263 June 1964
Image 271: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. View from in front of operator's station. Photo same as #269 June 1964
Image 272: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. View from rear side. Similar to photo #266 June 1964
Image 273: Bill Dons reconstructing Dolbeer Donkey. Closer view of gears & flywheel. Near same as photo #267 June 1964
Image 274: Reconstructed Dolbeer Donkey loaded on lowbed. Front view of tractor truck July 1964
Image 275: Reconstructed Dolbeer Donkey loaded on lowbed. Rear view of trailer July 1964
Image 276: Level from Obenchain Ranch. Ran first irrigation ditches in Klamath County. Man holding level July 1964
Image 277: Reconstructed Dolbeer Donkey loaded on lowbed. Side view of trailer & Donkey July 1964
2 Album 10: Seth Dixon Collection 86 -- 1-4 - Bill Davis Collection 87 -- 1-3 - Lowell Jones Collection 88 -- 1-7
Image 278: Mounted man -- Jim Bunyard, buckaroo boss for Wagon Tire Brown at gathering at Langdon corrals for branding colts. Good explanation of harness & saddlery circa 1914
Image 279: Wild Desert horses at Langdon corrals in the Lost Forest north of Christmas Lake. Corralled by Wagon Tire Brown & Seth Dixon circa 1914
Image 280: 4 mounted horsemen: Paul Wilson, Stanley Balfour, Seth Dixon & Jim Bunyard at Langdon corrals about 15 miles NE of old Christmas Lake P.O circa 1914
Image 281: Wild Desert horses gathered for branding & marking colts at Langdon corrals in the Lost Forest. Jim Bunyard, Seth Dixon & Paul Wilson circa 1914
Image 282: Pit or whip sawing in China. 7 men climbing on large square cants, using handsaws to cut boards. Photo taken in China when Bill Davis was stationed there with 15th infantry WWI
Image 283: Grinding stone to make ground meal in China. Power by pony in background; operator in foreground WWI
Image 284: Well drilling outfit, hand powered; using spring action May 1961
Image 285: 2-horse team pulling water tank wagon; 2 men sitting on top of wagon
Image 286: 4 old automobiles and their drivers & passengers parked in front of an unidentified building (barn or garage) circa 1900
Image 287: 12 men posing on Klamath Lake Railroad Locomotive #1 plus fuel car, near Pokegama; locomotive was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and delivered to KLRR in 1906 After 1906
Image 288: Mill building in valley beside stumps & logs. Typical picture on an "in-the-woods" sawmill circa 1920
Image 289: Mill building in valley beside stumps & logs; may be same mill as photo #288. Another "in-the-woods" sawmill circa 1920
Image 290: 4 wagons drawn by 2-horse teams, each loaded with one huge log & men sitting on top. Small building in background 1920-1925
Image 291: Steam tractor with at least 7 loaded lumber wagons behind it; 2 men posing on tractor. Steam tractor is probably a "Best" (forerunner of "Caterpillar") circa 1920
3 Album 11: Gene Pickett Collection 89 -- 1-20 - Collier State Park Logging Museum
Image 292: Gene Pickett and his D-7 Caterpillar on Lowell Jones' low bed. Mrs. Gene Pickett, Cap Collier, Gene Pickett are standing by low bed at Collier Park getting ready to unload circa 1975-1976
Image 293: Gene Pickett's D-7 Caterpillar warming up for the ride to honorable retirement. Mrs. Gene Pickett, Mrs. Lowell "Harmony" Jones, Cap Collier, Gene Pickett circa 1975-1976
Image 294: Gene Pickett's D-7 Caterpillar warming up. Cap Collier, Harmony Jones, Mrs. Gene Pickett, and Gene Pickett standing in front circa 1975-1976
Image 295: Gene Pickett at controls of D-7 Cat starting to unload. Gene knew this Cat like Brimstone Bill knew Babe the Blue Ox circa 1975-1976
Image 296: Gene Pickett turning Cat on 8' wide low boy. Quick reflexes circa 1975-1976
Image 297: Gene Pickett backing up to stay on low boy. Easy does it circa 1975-1976
Image 298: Gene Pickett nearly in position with the D-7, and we're ready to have our necks whipped when she goes over circa 1975-1976
Image 299: Gene Pickett and his D-7 squared away and ready to unload circa 1975-1976
Image 300: Gene Pickett starting to drive his D-7 Cat off Lowell Jones low boy; blade raised to avoid striking the ground circa 1975-1976
Image 301: Gene Pickett and D-7 Cat halfway off; balanced on I-Beam circa 1975-1976
Image 302: Gene Pickett and D-7 Cat hit the ground and relieve the strain on the Cat tracks and the I-Beam circa 1975-1976
Image 303: Gene Pickett and his D-7 Cat on the ground & ready to go circa 1975-1976
Image 304: Gene Pickett and D-7 turning ready to go. Gene lost most of one hand, but maneuvered the Cat better than most catskinners with both hands circa 1975-1976
Image 305: Gene Pickett and D-7 on way to shed circa 1975-1976
Image 306: Gene Pickett and D-7 passes Old Cap Collier on way to honorable retirement after a lifetime of service circa 1975-1976
Image 307: Gene Pickett and D-7 Cat passing steam tractors, the stout ones of their day circa 1975-1976
Image 308: Gene Pickett and D-7 Cat passing another steam engine on way to retirement. Steam was king until the gas engine came in circa 1975-1976
Image 309: Gene Pickett and D-7 Cat passing 30 ton Iron wagons with Timken (?) bearings used at Rainbow mill near Sisson, CA circa 1975-1976
Image 310: Gene Pickett and his D-7 Cat being passed by Park Ranger nearing final retirement home. 250,000+ visitors to this museum in 1974 circa 1975-1976
Image 311: D-7 Cat, Park Ranger, Gene Pickett and Old Cap Collier figuring out how to set the D-7 down to best advantage circa 1975-1976
3 Album 12: Bob J. Lewis Collection 90 -- 1-29
Image 312: Algoma Lumber Co. Man standing in front of boards & machinery in sawmill
Image 313: Algoma twin saw table and chain; boards & machinery
Image 314: Algoma Lumber Co. at Yawkey tract dumping into Agency Lake; crane unloading logs from truck into lake
Image 315: Algoma Lumber Co. at Yawkey tract dumping into Agency Lake; crane unloading logs from truck into lake
Image 316: Algoma planers in box factory, Doc Evans running planer
Image 317: Algoma Mill; aerial view of mill beside lake 1915
Image 318: Algoma Mill; view across logs in lake toward mill 1915
Image 319: Frank Paige Fay, founder of Algoma Mill. Died around 1929. Portrait of man with mustache in suit, high collar & bowtie 1898
Image 320: 1st Algoma Incline. 4-horse team pulling big wheels with driver riding horse 1915
Image 321: Algoma burner being built; men standing on scaffolding 1918
Image 322: Updegrove logging truck being loaded by Algoma loading crew at Yawkey tract at Sun Mountain. Track loader with boom 1938
Image 323: Loading long logs on truck and trailer--probably Algoma, using Cat and boom. Probably on Yawkey tract above Wood River
Image 324: Tearing Algoma mill down. Large foundation in foreground; teepee burner and a few smaller buildings are left 11/11/1943
Image 325: Pelican Bay lumber yard. Stacks of drying lumber & building 1924
Image 326: Pelican Bay; view of mill across open grassy field circa 1928
Image 327: Ewauna Box; moving bachelor cabins from Quartz Mountain to new logging camp by railroad 1930
Image 328: Theo. Clawson oiling #1 on the Ewauna Box logging railroad to Quartz Mountain 1930
Image 329: Ewauna Box; logging equipment loaded on rail cars at siding 1930
Image 330: Ewauna Box Sawmill and logs on lake (aerial view). Mill built about 1917; expanded in 1926 to 3 headrigs
Image 331: Ewauna Box and Big Lakes Box, taken maybe from Creamery Bldg. Note O.K. Livery Stable on 6th St
Image 332: Lamms Mill; very far, dim view, hard to see, many buildings in front of mill
Image 333: Lamms Mill; very far, dim view, hard to see, railroad tracks & buildings in front & lake beside mill
Image 334: Souridge Bros. Later Big Lakes; view of mill behind drying lumber stacks & railroad track
Image 335: Big Lakes Lima Shay; railroad engine #104, Big Lakes Box Company, man standing in front of engine 1930
Image 336: Bray Mill, Chiloquin, OR. Looking down on mill from hillside
Image 337: Weyerhauser mill in winter, men working in foreground, lake in background 1935
Image 338: Weyerhauser mill; many men posing on log chute into mill 1944
Image 339: Camp Nine office; 2 men & several buildings, powerlines 1950
Image 340: Camp Nine Weyerhauser; looking down on many small buildings 1950
Image 341: Kesterson; truck being loaded with boom, 2 men watching 1920
Image 342: Repair shop, Kesterson Lumber; 6 tractors with 4 men, parked outside of shop building
3 Album 13: J.W. Vernon Collection 91 -- 1-4 - Stumpff-Leistikow Collection 92 -- 2-21 - Harvey Gillman Collection 93 -- 1
Image 343: Logging with Oxen -- Vernon says at Pokegama near Grizzly -- Ivan Icenbice bull skinner circa 1908
Image 344: 25# Salmon caught by Indian who lived just upstream from Link River Bridge. Man in hardhat holding large fish in front of small buildings & trees
Image 345: Lloyd & Lyle Redfield & Lyle Junior-Odessa Creek. 2 men holding string of circa 25 fish; boy with smaller string; old truck 1932
Image 346: "Fish caught by J.W. Vernon in Upper Klamath Lake" -- gag photo of fisherman & horse with huge trout tied to horse
Image 347: Klamath Co. Fair, Klamath Falls, Ore. J.W. Vernon tried to ride Nero the Bull and got thrown; bet was $1000. (More is written) 1911
Image 348: 3 Steam tractors parked in shed at Collier Park
Image 349: 2 Steam tractors parked in shed at Collier Park
Image 350: Railroad "Velocipede" at Collier Park
Image 351: Different angle of railroad "Velocipede" & other equipment
Image 352: 2 men looking at Great Northern Railway "Velocipede" in foreground & "Plymouth" locomotive in background; Collier Park displays
Image 353: 1 man looking at "Velocipede"
Image 354: Same man standing beside "Velocipede"
Image 355: Same man turning wheel of "Velocipede"
Image 356: Same man welding on wheel of "Velocipede"
Image 357: Almost same as photo 356, changed positions
Image 358: Exactly same as photo 357
Image 359: Almost same as photo 357, changed positions
Image 360: Same man standing beside "Velocipede" with welding iron
Image 361: Same man welding on wheel of "Velocipede"
Image 362: Almost same as photo 358, changed positions
Image 363: Same man welding other front wheel of "Velocipede"
Image 364: Same man adjusting piece of equipment beside "Velocipede"
Image 365: Same man beside wheel, welding helmet off
Image 366: Different man riding "Velocipede" on railroad track February 1962
Image 367: Same man riding "Velocipede," side view February 1962
Image 368: Corliss Twin. Stout Abner in place in Weed Mill prior to movement to Collier Park
Image 369: Closeup of gear (?) on Corliss Twin
Image 370: Side view of Corliss Twin at Collier Park
Image 371: Different side view of Corliss Twin at Collier Park
Image 372: 3 men standing in front of huge belt on Corliss Twin at Collier Park -- Cap Collier, Lowell Jones &
Image 373: 5 men posing in front of Corliss Twin at Collier Park -- Cap Collier, 3 unknown, Lowell Jones
Image 374: Close-up of side of Corliss Twin at Collier Park
Image 375: Side view of Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 376: Different side view of Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 377: Different side view Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 378: View of pipes on Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 379: Different view of pipes on Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 380: 2 men in front of shed housing Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 381: 1 man beside Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 382: Man & woman sitting on steps in front of Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 383: 3 men in front of Corliss Twin at Collier Park (same view as #372) (color photo)
Image 384: Closeup of gas jet (?) on Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 385: Closeup of gear shafts of Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 386: Man checking gas jets(?) on Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
Image 387: Side view of pipes & gears on Corliss Twin at Collier Park (color photo)
3 Album 14: Leon Stumpff Collection 67 -- 63-73 (Collier State Park) - Leon Stumpff Collection 67 -- 101-162 - Logging Near Applegate Butte on Klamath Indian Reservation
Photos 399-460 are a series of photos showing logging methods near Applegate Butte on Klamath Indian Reservation; this series includes logging activity from woods to mill and back again
Image 388: 'Loggers Homestead' at Collier Park. Restored building exhibits hand tools and serves as the logging musum's gift shop and information center.
Image 389: "Ode to Logger Boots" sign at Collier Park. Poem written by Nelson Reed
Image 390: "Ode to Logger Boots" sign at Collier Park. Poem written by Nelson Reed (same as photo #389)
Image 391: Line of open storage buildings at Collier Park
Image 392: Line of open storage buildings at Collier Park (same as photo #391)
Image 393: Line of open storage buildings at Collier Park (closeup of photo #392)
Image 394: Line of open storage buildings at Collier Park (same as photo #393)
Image 395: High wheels at Collier Park
Image 396: High wheels at Collier Park (same as photo #395)
Image 397: Storage building at Collier Park
Image 398: Storage building at Collier Park (same as photo #397)
Image 399: Veteran faller Ernie Winkleman with chainsaw, working on a Ponderosa pine 1966
Image 400: Winkleman finishing top cut of "undercut" 1966
Image 401: Same tree falling. "Timber" called by faller to warn anyone near of danger 1966
Image 402: Bucking tree to 36' length. Note measuring tape on top of log 1966
Image 403: Hartman Logue -- D7 Cat -- Rubber tired arch -- beginning to pick up load 1966
Image 404: Choker setter Leroy Muno attaching choker to log. Burdon hook seldom requires digging "gopher hole" for choker 1966
Image 405: Three nice logs, one end raised by arch, being pulled by tractor to landing 1966
Image 406: Log on ground at right will probably be picked up and added to the "turn" 1966
Image 407: 2 more logs being added; total -- 6 1966
Image 408: All hooked on now. Choker setter in clear so turn can be winched in safety 1966
Image 409: Winching them up, toward arch 1966
Image 410: All up and moving out 1966
Image 411: Tractor at road, dropping turn. Knot bumper Coy Ruter will unhook chokers & limb logs 1966
Image 412: Northwest model 41 shovel (45 ton capacity) unloading General Logging trailer from Auto Car truck in preparation for loading 1966
Image 413: Trailer unloaded, hooked up and loader now putting logs on truck 1966
Image 414: Log being lowered to truck. Standard log length is 32 feet 1966
Image 415: Loader moves forward as need be to reach logs. Truck moves in reverse when needed. This is because skidders work 3-5 days in front of loader 1966
Image 416: This log undoubtedly being turned for better "lay" on truck 1966
Image 417: More of same 1966
Image 418: Working from other side; Glen Sasser is operator of loader. Jim Reed works on the ground, cuts limbs, moves the shovel, etc. This is the crew (2 men.) 1966
Image 419: Jim Reed in foreground, "bumping knots" 1966
Image 420: Closeup of loaded truck. We try to load legal Highway Loads, 5500-6500 bd. Ft. Weight per axle governs 1966
Image 421: Putting one chain on under loader before moving 1966
Image 422: Tightening other binders (4 required.) Approximate haul is 4 miles highway, 15 miles private road 1966
Image 423: Scaling at mill. Paul Robbins at far end. Simplot DeVoe Mill scaler is on this end; 2 scalers needed due to different standard of scaling methods 1966
Image 424: Dumping logs in the mill pond after scaling 1966
Image 425: Last logs hit the water 1966
Image 426: Simplot DeVoe Mill at Chiloquin. Capacity of 35 MMBF per year. Distant view 1966
Image 427: Truck & loader back in the woods, lifting trailer off truck 1966
Image 428: Truck moving out from underneath trailer 1966
Image 429: Lowering trailer to ground 1966
Image 430: Hooking trailer and truck together 1966
Image 431: Start of turn of logs to landing 1966
Image 432: Unhooking logs at roadside (no prepared landings--logs are dropped in openings that minimize skidding distance.) 1966
Image 433: Unhooking chokers at road 1966
Image 434: Unhooking chokers at road 1966
Image 435: All loose 1966
Image 436: Cat pulling free to go back to the woods 1966
Image 437: Hooking up next to last log for turn (2 choker setters in woods, 1 man on Cat, one man at road for unhooking = 4 man crew.) 1966
Image 438: Last log hooked on 1966
Image 439: Up and moving to truck road 1966
Image 440: Farther on down the trail 1966
Image 441: Nearer the road. Skid roads attempt to miss all thickets & reproduction 1966
Image 442: Toward the road. Since this is in an area formerly logged, most roads are already constructed by first logging 1966
Image 443: Logs dropped at road; unhooker 1966
Image 444: Gathering up a full load; Cat with logs 1966
Image 445: Starting, with 3 more to come; Cat with logs 1966
Image 446: Because of winter conditions and need to plow snow, one Cat ran with dozer blade 1966
Image 447: Opening trail so that logs may be picked up when he turns and comes back. Chokers are dropped & 2nd man puts them on logs 1966
Image 448: Dumping into pond (back at the mill.) 1966
Image 449: Dumping into pond 1966
Image 450: Trailer up, truck backing under it 1966
Image 451: Loading trailer on truck for return trip to woods 1966
Image 452: Truck at scaling station prior to dumping 1966
Image 453: View of undercut at tip of saw -- faller with chainsaw 1966
Image 454: Working on undercut -- faller with chainsaw 1966
Image 455: Down it goes -- tree falling. Notice heavy "brooming" caused by mistletoe, a defect which slows tree growth 1966
Image 456: A small tree falling. Faller always watches for possible snap back or broken limbs 1966
Image 457: Bucking or limbing tree into logs 1966
Image 458: Starting over -- faller with another tree falling 1966
Image 459: Measuring for bucking. Note old stump (1927) next to fresh cut tree 1966
Image 460: Back cut being made. Area first logged by Euwana Box Co. in 1927. Relogging in 1966. Sustained yield period 28-30 years 1966
4 Album 15: Stumpff Collection 67 -- 101-126 - Logging Northeast of Chiloquin -- Same Photos as in Album 14
Photos presented by Leon E. Stumpff to Mr. Collier on 11/4/66
Image 461: Veteran faller Ernie Winkleman with chainsaw, working on a Ponderosa pine 16-18 February 1966
Image 462: Winkleman finishing top cut of "undercut" 16-18 February 1966
Image 463: Same tree falling. "Timber" called by faller to warn anyone near of danger 16-18 February 1966
Image 464: Bucking tree to 36' length. Note measuring tape on top of log 16-18 February 1966
Image 465: Hartman Logue -- D7 Cat -- Rubber tired arch -- beginning to pick up load 16-18 February 1966
Image 466: Choker setter Leroy Muno attaching choker to log. Burdon hook seldom requires digging "gopher hole" for choker 16-18 February 1966
Image 467: Three nice logs, one end raised by arch, being pulled by tractor to landing 16-18 February 1966
Image 468: Log on ground at right will probably be picked up and added to the "turn" 16-18 February 1966
Image 469: 2 more logs being added; total -- 6 16-18 February 1966
Image 470: All hooked on now. Choker setter in clear so turn can be winched in safety 16-18 February 1966
Image 471: Winching them up, toward arch 16-18 February 1966
Image 472: All up and moving out 16-18 February 1966
Image 473: Tractor at road, dropping turn. Knot bumper Coy Ruter will unhook chokers & limb logs 16-18 February 1966
Image 474: Northwest model 41 shovel (45 ton capacity) unloading General Logging trailer from Auto Car truck in preparation for loading 16-18 February 1966
Image 475: Trailer unloaded, hooked up and loader now putting logs on truck 16-18 February 1966
Image 476: Log being lowered to truck. Standard log length is 32 feet 16-18 February 1966
Image 477: Loader moves forward as need be to reach logs. Truck moves in reverse when needed. This is because skidders work 3-5 days in front of loader 16-18 February 1966
Image 478: This log undoubtedly being turned for better "lay" on truck 16-18 February 1966
Image 479: More of same 16-18 February 1966
Image 480: Working from other side; Glen Sasser is operator of loader. Jim Reed works on the ground, cuts limbs, moves the shovel, etc. This is the crew (2 men.) 16-18 February 1966
Image 481: Jim Reed in foreground, "bumping knots" 16-18 February 1966
Image 482: Closeup of loaded truck. We try to load legal Highway Loads, 5500-6500 bd. Ft. Weight per axle governs 16-18 February 1966
Image 483: Putting one chain on under loader before moving 16-18 February 1966
Image 484: Tightening other binders (4 required.) Approximate haul is 4 miles highway, 15 miles private road 16-18 February 1966
Image 485: Dumping logs in the mill pond after scaling 16-18 February 1966
Image 486: Simplot DeVoe Mill at Chiloquin. Capacity of 35 MMBF per year. Distant view 16-18 February 1966
4 Album 16: W.H. (Cy) Cramer Collection 68 -- 1-24 - Wes Harsey Collection 69 -- 1-6
Image 487: Huge deck of logs in woods. Mostly Northern white pine skidded by horses & ready to be put in flume in Couer d'Alene, Idaho. Same as photo #776 1923
Image 488: Wes Harsey's pack string of mules at Camp 6, Rose Lake, Idaho. Same as photo #893 August 1923
Image 489: Pile of logs by shack in woods. A cold deck waiting at a log chute to go down to the river in Couer d'Alene, ID. Same as photo #1207 1923
Image 490: Wes Harsey's mule pack string hauling door & frame into Maggie River Station. Same as photo #894 Summer 1923
Image 491: Finish lumber arriving at Honeysuckle Ranger Station, Couer d'Alene, ID. Pack string with log cabin in background. Same as photo #892 Summer 1923
Image 492: Wes Harsey's father & Charlie Halford on Maggie Creek at Kooskia, ID. Same as photo #891 Fall 1920
Image 493: Supplies stacked at Dyea, Alaska; destined for Dawson. Mr. Everett Cramer drove the wagon to the foot of Chilkute Pass 1898
Image 494: Summit of Chilkute Pass near the Customs House in Dyea, Alaska. Goods piled up for backpacking over Chilkute Pass 1898
Image 495: 1700 feet below Chilkute Pass in Dyea, AK; from Mr. Everett Cramer's collection. Mr. Cramer & 3 partners were there during 1989 gold rush 1898
Image 496: The old Westwood, CA operation showing a 10-horse team pulling 12 foot Stinger Tongue High Wheels. "Logging in the Nineties" 1890s
Image 497: 4 men standing beside Shay locomotive used by Silverton Lumber Company. Woman standing on log car 1913
Image 498: 4 men standing beside Shay locomotive: Unknown, Roy Fitzgerald, Ermil Cramer, Everett Cramer. Silverton Lumber Co. 1910
Image 499: Silverton Lumber Co. using Shay locomotive to move steam donkey to new location. Many men are riding on equipment 1911
Image 500: 7 men at foundry in Albany, OR where major repairs to steam locomotives were made. Mr. E.K. Cramer is identified early 1900s
Image 501: 5 miles out of Silverton, near first camp in Mortenson logging operation. Roy Fitzgerald & Everett Cramer riding locomotive circa 1911
Image 502: 2 men beside huge tree with undercut. A nice 6-foot tree taken out by Silver Falls Timber Co. Ross Langely identified circa 1914
Image 503: Record train hauled in for Silverton Lumber Co. 17 cars of logs & 2 wood cars. Silverton, OR 1912
Image 504: New steam buck saw & 2 operators, starting the era of automation. Saw used to buck trees before loading. Note devastated hillside. "Bucking logs, S.L. Co., Silverton, OR" circa 1914
Image 505: Silverton Lumber Co. logging train at foot of 10% grade; Shay locomotive 1910
Image 506: Shay locomotive with logs, operated by Silverton Lumber Co. Everett Cramer, Ermal Cramer & Roy Fitzgerald early 1900s
Image 507: Logging train crossing high pole railroad bridge, with engineer & 5 men standing/sitting on cars. 10 miles out of Mill City. Everett Cramer 1906
Image 508: 10 miles out of Silverton at Reynolds station. 3 mill owners standing beside locomotive: Cowden, Reynolds & Latham. Everett Cramer & Roy Fitzgerald operate locomotive. Devastated area after logging 1913
Image 509: Shay engine with load of logs for Hammond Lumber Co. -- 4 miles out of Mill City. 3 men; Everett Cramer is identified 1906
Image 510: Santian River near where Detroit Dam is now located. Wreck of small Hammond Lumber Co. rod engine with many men around 1906
Image 511: Pole bridge with log train crossing, 6 miles out of Mill City 1906
Image 512: 4 men beside up-to-date steam donkey in shed at Fogerty's Camp. Everett Cramer is identified 1900
Image 513: Pole bridge with log train crossing, 5 miles out of Mill City. 2 men are beside train; Everett Cramer is identified 1907
Image 514: Many men beside mill & tracks. Ledy's Mill near Mill City, OR. Note wooden rails used for tram car 1893
Image 515: Millpond at Hammond Lumber Co. in Mill City. Note log railway & pond; the load was wedged off into pond 1906
Image 516: 14 men in front of Hall Brothers Mill in Gates, Oregon. Pioneer lumbermen: identified are Oak Hall, Beech Hall, Elm Hall, Spruce Hall, and Everett Cramer (who married Ivy Hall.) 1893
4 Album 17: Zimmerman Collection 94 -- 1-42 (Stout Abner) - Collier Collection 95 -- 1-19 (Stout Abner, color)
Image 517: Elmer Zimmerman beside "Stout Abner" 1400 horsepower Twin Corliss steam engine -- ran mill at Weed from 1917 to 1964. Purchased by Cap Collier in 1973 & reassemble in Collier Park circa 1973
Image 518: Stout Abner beneath Lowell Jones P.H. Crane circa 1973
Image 519: Elmer Zimmerman reassembling Stout Abner circa 1973
Image 520: Elmer & Ray reassembling Stout Abner beneath P.H. Crane circa 1973
Image 521: Another piece finding its proper location in Stout Abner; white diaphragm for working over piston rings circa 1973
Image 522: Another piece going into place on Stout Abner, showing boom of P.H. Crane circa 1973
Image 523: Ray & Elmer puzzling over reassembling Stout Abner circa 1973
Image 524: Ray & Elmer looking at Stout Abner's fly wheel, 12 feet in diameter & 12 tons weight circa 1973
Image 525: Ray & Elmer puzzling over Stout Abner's fly wheel circa 1973
Image 526: Stout Abner is beginning to shape up circa 1973
Image 527: Another piece going into place on Stout Abner circa 1973
Image 528: Lines hold the piece straight and bring the socket to the shaft; Elmer is an expert on rigging circa 1973
Image 529: Elmer & Ray study the next move for reassembling 4-ton part circa 1973
Image 530: All the bolts have to line up just right; 2 men working on Stout Abner reassembly circa 1973
Image 531: Man working on Stout Abner; "If you can't do it with two lines, get a 4 × 6 and lift" circa 1973
Image 532: 2 men working on Stout Abner; "When you get the piece to the right place then you have to block it up to keep it there" circa 1973
Image 533: 2 men working on Stout Abner; "Up a hair, down a hair" etc circa 1973
Image 534: 2 men working on Stout Abner; "When you only have an inch or two clearance you have to know what you are doing" circa 1973
Image 535: Distance photo showing P.H. Crane working on Stout Abner circa 1973
Image 536: Man working on fly wheel; "Picking up another 4 tons of the fly wheel -- steam inlet twin pipes in foreground" circa 1973
Image 537: "Here goes another 4 tons. How would you like to try to manhandle 4 tons into 2" clearance" circa 1973
Image 538: 4-ton flywheel being lifted by crane; "Upsa Daisy" circa 1973
Image 539: 2 men with pieces of machinery; "Sorting out another piece" circa 1973
Image 540: Man with piece of flywheel & other machinery; "Piece #3" circa 1973
Image 541: Man watching crane lower flywheel piece into place; "Piece #3 getting close to contact" circa 1973
Image 542: 2 men moving flywheel by crane; "Slow & easy" circa 1973
Image 543: 2 men moving flywheel by crane; "Closer to contact. Note blocking under Piece #1" circa 1973
Image 544: 1 man, moving flywheel by crane; "You have to know how you are going to turn it and set it down" circa 1973
Image 545: 2 men moving flywheel by crane; "Got to change the rigging" circa 1973
Image 546: Woman & man observing flywheel piece; "Kibitzer giving Elmer and Ray directions on how to do it" circa 1973
Image 547: Woman & 2 men with crane cable & flywheel piece; "Kibitzer not so sure she knows it all" circa 1973
Image 548: Woman & 2 men with crane cable & flywheel piece; "Kibitzer #2 refrains from telling Elmer how to do it" circa 1973
Image 549: 1 man hooking up flywheel to crane cable; "Ready to rig & go" circa 1973
Image 550: 1 man hooking up flywheel to crane; "Ready with line #2" circa 1973
Image 551: 2 men puzzling over hooking up flywheel to crane cable; "How am I going to turn this upside down & right side up" circa 1973
Image 552: 1 man puzzling over hooking up flywheel to crane cable; "Take your time and figure it out" circa 1973
Image 553: 1 man working on Stout Abner; "Now she begins to shape up. A little Rustoleum on the Steam Chests" circa 1973
Image 554: 1 man working on Stout Abner; "Now comes the intricate paraphernalia" circa 1973
Image 555: 1 man working on Stout Abner; "All the tools in China are no use unless there's gray matter to go with them" circa 1973
Image 556: 1 man working on Stout Abner; "More jewelry and fum a diddles than you could shake a stick at" circa 1973
Image 557: 1 man working on Stout Abner; "Now Stout Abner begins to show himself aright. On goes the paint" circa 1973
Image 558: 1 man working on Stout Abner; "Polishing up and painting" circa 1973
Image 559: Roy Zimmerman, Elmer Zimmerman, Lowell Jones standing beside Stout Abner in roofless building August 1974
Image 560: Roy Zimmerman, Elmer Zimmerman, Lowell Jones standing beside Stout Abner in roofless building; 2nd photo August 1974
Image 561: Vancil, Jim O. Baker & James R. Leard building shed with Jones' crane in background; ready to raise ridge pole August 1974
Image 562: Lowell Jones, Roy Zimmerman, Elmer Zimmerman & James P. Laird standing beside Stout Abner in roofless building August 1974
Image 563: Lowell Jones, Roy Zimmerman & Elmer Zimmerman standing beside 12' flywheel of Stout Abner in roofless building August 1974
Image 564: Elmer Zimmerman & Lowell Jones standing beside Stout Abner in roofless building August 1974
Image 565: End view of Stout Abners' new home; building designed by Van Landrum August 1974
Image 566: This view of Stout Abners' new home is the angle that the public will see from the Spring Creek Bridge August 1974
Image 567: Jim Baker, Jim Leard & Cecil Vancil; fitting the ridge pole on the ground August 1974
Image 568: Stout Abner in roofless building; getting ready to put the last log on the ridge pole August 1974
Image 569: Stout Abner in roofless building, showing tail pulley which Jones made out of the rolling limb smasher mounted on a Cat August 1974
Image 570: Stout Abner in roofless building; side view showing tail pulley belt all ready to roll August 1974
Image 571: Closer shot of Stout Abner in roofless building, showing Jones crane in place August 1974
Image 572: Elmer Zimmerman & Lowell Jones checking out a problem with the roofless building housing Stout Abner August 1974
Image 573: Cliff Carson, Elmer Zimmerman, Jim Baker, Lowell Jones, Cecil Vancil & Jim Leard standing in front of Stout Abner August 1974
Image 574: Same people as in photo #573, different photo angle August 1974
Image 575: 3 men working on Stout Abner's new building; "The ridge pole is balanced and Elmer is ready to take her away" August 1974
Image 576: Crane laying ridge pole in position; Baker, Jones, Elmer at the controls August 1974
Image 577: Almost the same as photo #576; "The last log goes into place in Stout Abner's new home" August 1974
4 Album 18: May King 33 -- 1-4
Image 578: Overview of large Algoma Lumber Co. mill beside lake, taken from old highway looking northeast; lumber yard, burner, smoke stacks & company hotel are visible
Image 579: Overview of Algoma mill looking more northerly & to left of photo #578 (2-photo panorama); the large mill pond can be seen on lower left
Image 580: 12 men & boy posing in front of 2-story building with 2-horse team; note bells on the far horse
Image 581: Old log truck loaded with large ponderosa pine logs in woods; driver in truck cab & 2 men sitting on top of logs; tires are "Samson Cord." Photo probably taken to show off the pneumatic tires, compared to hard rubber tires
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5 Image 76b: Early day one room schoolhouse, all 8 grades in one room. 17 children & teacher in front of school
5 Image 77b: Man & woman between railroad tracks and cabin. Here is where the track walker and his wife lived
5 Image 78b: Locomotive at J.D. McArthur Logging Railroad. 4 men standing beside locomotive
5 Image 79b: Indian village on Lost River when Mullet were running upstream to spawn. Tents & horse; more description
5 Image 80b: Indians and friends at Lost River Mullet Fishery. 12 people standing & fish drying on rocks in background
5 Image 81b: 7 men seated in a row in front of more people & drying rack. When enough Mullet had been caught for one day the Indian Stick Game came into its own
5 Image 84b: "Klamath Indian Bear Hunt. 1st tree your bear." Man standing on ground, bear in tree. Bill's brother, Dave Skeen, was a noted hunter
5 Image 85b: "Next load the bear onto a horse." 11 men & horses, bear loaded on a horse
5 Image 86b: "Then lash the bear on securely so he won't slide off when the horse walks." 3-4 men are tying large bear to saddle on horse
5 Image 87b: "All loaded and ready to roll." Man posing beside loaded bear with gun & dog; many people are posed around him
5 Image 88b: "Here is another shot of the hunter and his audience." Many people standing behind brush, in front of horse loaded with bear
5 Image 89b: "Bruin is out to civilization and ready to be skinned." 14 people look at large bear on ground, with old cars in background
5 Image 184b: 4th of July parade in Klamath Falls. Main St. in front of Geo. R. Hurn Hardware store 1907
5 Image 185b: 4th of July parade in Klamath Falls. Marching band on Main St. near Mark Burns Broker, Clothing Story & Wells Fargo 1907
5 Image 186b: 4th of July parade in Klamath Falls, same place as photo #185. Could be Evan Reames and his racing sulky 1907
5 Image 187b: Elks 4th of July float (note horns on horses) in front of So. Oregon Automobile Co. Garage, Baldwin & Gordon 1907
5 Image 188b: President Garfield addressing crowd at Courthouse yard. Speaker & crowds in front of court house 1907
5 Image 189b: 4-horse team hauling 2 covered wagons. Freight team coming into Linkville, in front of Linkville Bar & Hotel
5 Image 190b: Steam tractor hauling 2 loaded wagons & 6 men. Hauling hay, Klamath Falls, ORE. Note O.K. Feed Stables.
5 Image 191b: 7 men & boys playing marbles or observing in front of the Golden Rule Store -- 2 other men in photo
5 Image 192b: Klamath Falls Land & Transportation Co. trolley with 2 horses on mud street in front of Geo. R. Hurn Hardware store. Sign on trolley says it will be scrapped in 60 days. "Toonerville Trolley" -- Charley Adams, driver pre 1920
5 Image 193b: Main Street, Klamath Falls, taken from Lakeside Inn porch. Laying ties for Street Railroad in front of Baldwin Hotel
5 Image 194b: circa 10 people standing in dry riverbed. Link River, blown dry by the South wind
5 Image 195b: Pools of water in a dry riverbed. Link River, blown dry by the South wind
5 Image 196b: Looking downstream at Link River Bridge. Telford Boat Factory on left. 3 people standing on rocks in front of town
5 Image 197b: Looking up Link River, houses on both banks. Martin flour mill on left & Ankeny Ditch on right
5 Image 198b: Link River in flood. Moore Mill on left
5 Image 199b: Link River Falls from which comes the name Klamath Falls
5 Image 200b: Freight team with 8 horses and 3 trail wagons coming into Linkville off bridge -- in front of Baldwin Hardware store
5 Image 201b: Looking south at bridge at Keno. Several people & wagon on bridge, Keno in background
5 Image 202b: Freight teams crossing bridge at Keno headed toward Klamath Falls. Two 6-horse teams pulling 3 wagons each
5 Image 203b: Team & hack crossing Klamath River near Chase Station below present highway crossing. Bridge also used as splash dam
5 Image 204b: Mill boiler being hauled on 8 wheeled jointed wagon with 6-horse team, in front of Baldwin Hardware & 1st National Bank. Boiler has "14000 Lbs" painted on side
5 Image 205b: Stage at New Pokegama crossing of Eagle or Fore Creek, 4 people on stage. Pokegama was terminus of RR from Thrall
5 Image 206b: Old railroad ties spread through forest. Klamath Lake RR from Thrall on the SP Main Line to Pokegama. post 1912
5 Image 207b: Old railroad ties spread through forest, similar to photo #206. Klamath Lake RR from Thrall on SP Main Line to Pokegama post 1912
5 Image 208b: Log with bark removed showing scribing: "WARD June 1873." G.W. Howard marked this near Cold Springs near Camp #4 Weyerhauser. He was one of the original Survey Party who ran the Southern Oregon Wagon Road April 1946
5 Image 330b: Ewauna Box Sawmill and logs on lake (aerial view). Mill built about 1917; expanded in 1926 to 3 headrigs 1930
5 Image 348b: 3 Steam tractors parked in shed at Collier Park
5 Image 349b: 2 Steam tractors parked in shed at Collier Park
5 Image 350b: Railroad "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 351b: Different angle of railroad "Velocipede" & other equipment
5 Image 352b: Two men standing beside a one-man speeder & a small gasoline locomotive; probably at Collier Park. 1920-1940; 1974
5 Image 352c: Same photo as above: Two unidentified men standing beside 2 pieces of railroad equipment at Collier Park: a 3-wheeled, hand-powered "Velocipede" track car & a narrow-gauge "Plymouth" locomotive. See photo ID for details 1920-1940; 1974
5 Image 353b: 1 man looking at "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 354b: Same man standing beside "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 355b: Same man turning wheel of "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 356b: Same man welding on wheel of "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 356c: Same man welding on wheel of "Velocipede" at Collier Park. Different than #356b
5 Image 357b: Almost same as photo 356, changed positions
5 Image 360b: Same man standing beside "Velocipede" with welding iron at Collier Park
5 Image 361b: Same man welding on wheel of "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 362b: Almost same as photo 358, changed positions
5 Image 363b: Same man welding other front wheel of "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 364b: Same man adjusting piece of equipment beside "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image 365b: Same man beside wheel, welding helmet off
5 Image 368: Corliss Twin. Stout Abner in place in Weed Mill prior to movement to Collier Park
5 Image 517b: Elmer Zimmerman beside "Stout Abner" 1400 horsepower Twin Corliss steam engine -- ran mill at Weed from 1917 to 1964. Purchased by Cap Collier in 1973 & reassemble in Collier Park circa 1973
5 Image 518b: Stout Abner beneath Lowell Jones P.H. Crane circa 1973
5 Image 519b: Elmer Zimmerman reassembling Stout Abner circa 1973
5 Image 520b: Elmer & Ray reassembling Stout Abner beneath P.H. Crane circa 1973
5 Image 521b: Another piece finding its proper location in Stout Abner; white diaphragm for working over piston rings circa 1973
5 Image 522b: Another piece going into place on Stout Abner, showing boom of P.H. Crane circa 1973
5 Image 523b: Ray & Elmer puzzling over reassembling Stout Abner circa 1973
5 Image 524b: Ray & Elmer looking at Stout Abner's fly wheel, 12 feet in diameter & 12 tons weight circa 1973
5 Image 525b: Ray & Elmer puzzling over Stout Abner's fly wheel circa 1973
5 Image 530b: All the bolts have to line up just right; 2 men working on Stout Abner reassembly circa 1973
5 Image 531b: Man working on Stout Abner; "If you can't do it with two lines, get a 4 × 6 and lift" circa 1973
5 Image 532b: 2 men working on Stout Abner; "When you get the piece to the right place then you have to block it up to keep it there" circa 1973
5 Image 533b: 2 men working on Stout Abner; "Up a hair, down a hair" etc circa 1973
5 Image 534b: 2 men working on Stout Abner; "When you only have an inch or two clearance you have to know what you are doing" circa 1973
5 Image 535b: Distance photo showing P.H. Crane working on Stout Abner circa 1973
5 Image 536b: Man working on fly wheel; "Picking up another 4 tons of the fly wheel -- steam inlet twin pipes in foreground" circa 1973
5 Image 537b: "Here goes another 4 tons. How would you like to try to manhandle 4 tons into 2" clearance" circa 1973
5 Image 538b: 4-ton flywheel being lifted by crane; "Upsa Daisy" circa 1973
5 Image 539b: 2 men with pieces of machinery; "Sorting out another piece" circa 1973
5 Image 540b: Man with piece of flywheel & other machinery; "Piece #3" circa 1973
5 Image 541b: Man watching crane lower flywheel piece into place; "Piece #3 getting close to contact" circa 1973
5 Image 542b: 2 men moving flywheel by crane; "Slow & easy" circa 1973
5 Image 543b: 2 men moving flywheel by crane; "Closer to contact. Note blocking under Piece #1" circa 1973
5 Image 544b: 1 man, moving flywheel by crane; "You have to know how you are going to turn it and set it down" circa 1973
5 Image 545b: 2 men moving flywheel by crane; "Got to change the rigging" circa 1973
5 Image 546b: Woman & man observing flywheel piece; "Kibitzer giving Elmer and Ray directions on how to do it" circa 1973
5 Image 547b: Woman & 2 men with crane cable & flywheel piece; "Kibitzer not so sure she knows it all" circa 1973
5 Image 548b: Woman & 2 men with crane cable & flywheel piece; "Kibitzer #2 refrains from telling Elmer how to do it" circa 1973
5 Image 549b: 1 man hooking up flywheel to crane cable; "Ready to rig & go" circa 1973
5 Image 550b: 1 man hooking up flywheel to crane; "Ready with line #2" circa 1973
5 Image 551b: 2 men puzzling over hooking up flywheel to crane cable; "How am I going to turn this upside down & right side up" circa 1973
5 Image 552b: 1 man puzzling over hooking up flywheel to crane cable; "Take your time and figure it out" circa 1973
5 Photos #582-614 and unnumbered
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5 Image 582: A "60" Caterpillar with early Hyster winch and arch 1925-1936
5 Image 583: Another "60" Cat with early winch & arch. Steam yarder in background 1924-1934
5 Image 584: Another "60" Cat with arch & winch 1924-1934
5 Image 585: Another "60" Cat with arch & winch 1924-1934
5 Image 586: Load of logs being dumped into a mill pond
5 Image 587: Sawmill & housing in the woods early
5 Image 588: Another view of sawmill in the woods early
5 Image 589: Another view of sawmill in the woods with horses pulling lumber wagons early
5 Image 590: 5 men standing in open sawmill near 2 circular saws and cut boards. Man on lower platform is called the "Offbearer" and his "Pickaroon" is stuck into the board to pull it off
5 Image 591: Typical "Hi Lead" logging, with bull block at top of tree & steam yarder 1890-1946
5 Image 592: A yarding machine and "drag saw" used to cut wood for the boiler of the yarder 1920s
5 Image 593: Hard rubber tired truck & trailer
5 Image 594: A hard rubber tired truck and trailer hauling logs on a "plank" road, ca. 1920-1935 1920-1935
5 Image 595: A hard rubber tired truck and trailer hauling logs on a bridge 1920-1935
5 Image 596: Man driving old logging truck with hard rubber tires across log stringer bridge; log placement keeps truck on bridge circa 1920
5 Image 597: Hard rubber tired truck at the dump 1925-1934
5 Image 598: Tail end of 60 Cat with Willamette Hyster winch & arch with big log; steam donkey in background 1930
5 Image 599: Sawmill crew (loggers don't dress like these men)
5 Image 600: 3 men with tractor & arches in cutover area. Area looks similar to photo #598. Same as photo #582
5 Image 601: Big logs with tractor & arches in cutover area. Similar to photo #598. Same as photo #584
5 Image 602: Caterpillar "60" (gasoline engine) with 2 people & arch, ca. 1920-1935 1920-1935
5 Image 603: 2 men with tractor & arches in cutover area. Similar to photo #600. Same as photo #585
5 Image 604: Sawmill at RR siding
5 Image 605: Looks as if they are building the mill in photo #604
5 Image 606: Parbuckling the first log on the bunks of a horse drawn logging wagon 1920s
5 Image 607: Horses pulling logging wagon with 2 big logs on it; horses were 1800 pounds and up
5 Image 608: Horses pulling 1 big log with a small log on each side to hold it in place
5 Image 609: Another picture of the one log load
5 Image 610: Saddled horse(s) pulling 2 big logs on wagon; "I never saw a teamster use a saddle to drive the horses"
5 Image 611: 60 Caterpillar ground skidding 1924-1934
5 Image 612: 60 Caterpillar coming onto the landing 1924-1934
5 Image 613: Big Lakes Box Co. No. 104--Shay type locomotive with 3 crewmen 1926-1936
5 Image 614: 60 Cat & McGiffert loader 1924-1935
5 1 man walking toward "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 "Velocipede" at Collier Park
5 Image B: Far view of "Velocipede" in front of shed with steam tractors/yarders at Collier Park
5 Same as photo #B above, different angle
5 Same as 2 photos above, different angle
5 Same as 3 photos above, different angle
5 Postcard: 3 men inside a store with numerous mounted game animals & display cases. "The Gun Store, J.B. Chambers Propr., Klamath Falls, Ore." Main St , Klamath Falls circa 1920-1930; 1912
5 Man in cruiser's vest standing beside large Douglas fir tree in forest. Photo negative, no print
6 Image 615: Men with oxen & horses; may be lake states
6 Image 616: Mixed conifer forest
6 Image 617: Logs being loaded on rail car by "cross hauling" or "Parbuckling" 1920s
6 Image 618: Four-horse team pulling a wagon loaded with logs 1920s
6 Image 619: Steam powered "traction engine" pulling wagons loaded with logs 1910-1930
6 Image 620: A Sterling logging truck with hard rubber ties and single axle trailer with hard rubber tires 1920-1935
6 Image 621: Steam tractor used to haul wagons/sleds loaded with logs 1900-1910
6 Image 622: Horse-drawn logging wagon, steam tractors in background early 1930s
6 Image 623: Logging with horses 1920s
6 Image 624: Four horse team pulling high wheels with several logs 1900s
6 Image 625: Team of horses ground skidding logs early 1930s
6 Image 626: Team of horses pulling a loaded logging sled in deep snow 1900-1930
6 Image 627: Log decks on the shore of Klamath Lake
6 Image 628: Large decks of logs in winter
6 Image 629: Large decks of logs in winter
6 Image 630: Large decks of logs in winter
6 Image 631: A sled load of saw logs beging pulled by a team of horses, probably in midwest 1900-1930
6 Image 632: 5 men mounted on cattle pulling a large saw log
6 Image 633: A man leading 6 mules
6 Image 634: Mill crew (no caulk boots & loggers dress better than this)
6 Image 635: Sawmill crew posing in front of a small sawmill
6 Image 636: People with 3 teams of horses pulling wagons loaded with logs
6 Image 637: Logging camp in the snow, with tents
6 Image 638: Early logging truck with two logs. Same as photo #903 1920s
6 Image 639: Large decks of logs in winter
6 Image 640: Two fallers on springboards, showing typical clothing and falling equipment 1900-1950
6 Image 641: Men unloading logs from railroad cars 1920-1935
6 Image 642: Man standing on a big steam donkey Before 1940
6 Image 643: A sophisticated splash dam to move logs downstream 1920-1935
6 Image 644: Team of horses pulling a wagon with a log or pole on it
6 Image 645: Two-horse team pulling a wagon loaded with one log
6 Image 646: Logs dumped over bank (probably disaster) with steam donkey at far end 1920s
6 Image 647: Two men stand beside a steam donkey engine
6 Image 648: A typical steam yarder or donkey; a "swing" donkey to move logs in relay system, ca. 1900. "Mack's Camp, Elma, WN -- S.E. Slade Lumber Co"
6 Image 649: Steam donkey engine & five workers
6 Image 650: Donkey engine being used to power a pile driver to construct a dam
6 Image 651: A large group of employees at an unidentified logging camp
6 Image 652: A large group of C.H. Logging Co. employees at an unidentified logging camp
6 Image 653: C.H. Logging Co. dam and pond; another view of the sophisticated splash dam
6 Image 654: Locomotive at head of loaded log train (not in the local area)
6 Image 655: Waterfall; "positive transfer from a negative print"
6 Image 656: "Spring Creek -- Klamath Co., Ore"
6 Image 657: "Spring Creek -- Klamath Co"
6 Image 658: "Shooting the rapids, "Spring Creek, Klamath Co., Ore"
6 Image 659: 2 men with a dozen Canada geese & Model A, in front of Miller Photo Co.
6 Image 660: Almost exactly the same as photo #659
6 Image 661: 10 nice fish on a pole
6 Image 662: Two "Clymax" locomotives & loaded log cars on Northern California Lumber Co. out of Hilt, CA, ca. 1910 circa 1910
6 Image 663: Harriman Lodge located near Rocky Point on Upper Klamath Lake
6 Image 664: Pelican Bay Lodge on Upper Klamath Lake circa 1912
6 Image 665: A large steam logging donkey with crew
6 Image 668: Group of men at site where logs are loaded on rail cars with a steam powered crane 1930-1940
6 Image 670: Man lying by river with pole & nice string of fish. "Two hours fishing Klamath County Cal"
6 Image 671: White building & men fishing on river (might be Williamson R. near Chiloquin)
6 Image 672: Tent camp & barn beside large river. "Silvers camp, Williamson River" 1910
6 Image 673: Forested creek. "Head of Wood River, Fort Klamath, Ore"
6 Image 674: "Winter scene" in residential neighborhood (might be Westwood, CA)
6 Image 675: 6 men with many geese & rifles. "A days shoot -- Klamath Co. Oregon" 1910
6 Image 676: "Winter scene in Klamath Falls" looking east on Main Street
6 Image 677: Large log loaded on rail car; man is branding the log with a marking hammer
6 Image 678: Man near stump and butt of fallen tree
6 Image 679: Two men with axes and crosscut saw, standing on springboards beside undercut on redwood tree
6 Image 680: 6 men working in gorge, probably a mining excavation; cable is strung across gorge
6 Image 681: Same scene as #680, but different camera distance & angle
6 Image 682: 2 men working with shovel and dynamite near mine entrance. Probably same location as #680, but close up
6 Image 683: Same location as #680, but different camera distance & angle; no men are visible; looks like fresh slumping on walls
6 Image 684: A "bagley" bucket setup. Ore cars in background; may be related to mining activity in #680-683
6 Image 685: Power shovel loading an Autocar truck After 1946
6 Image 686: Weyerhauser shovel loader, loading logging truck at landing
6 Image 687: Weyerhauser shovel loader, loading logging truck at landing; this photo is same scene & was taken immediately after #687
6 Image 688: Autocar highway truck being loaded by rubber mounted converted dipper bucket shovel circa 1950s
6 Image 689: Power shovel log loading attachment instead of dirt bucket After 1946
6 Image 690: Kenworth truck, Weyerhauser Timber Co. After 1946
6 Image 691: Loaded Kenworth logging truck After 1946
6 Image 692: Kenworth truck coming into scaling station
6 Image 693: Truck at scaling; scaler measuring board feet on truck After 1946
6 Image 694: Saw logs in Lake Ewauna at Klamath Falls
6 Image 695: Pond boat with outboard motor through hull so that boat can change direction quickly; used to sort logs & move to log slip. Man is driving boat
6 Image 696: Same scene as #695, but boat has changed direction
6 Image 697: "Pond Monkey" in small boat used for moving logs around in the water
6 Image 698: Same scene as #697, but boat has changed direction
6 Image 699: Mill yard with sawdust pile; photo #699 & 700 are panorama
6 Image 700: Mill yard with sawdust pile; photo #699 & 700 are panorama
6 Image 701: Two horses hitched to huge load of beautiful logs; it would take many teams to move this load pre 1930
6 Image 702: Big wheels & 4 horse team, with McGiffert loader in background pre 1930
6 Image 703: Shay locomotive on top of a log crib that was constructed instead of dirt fill 1920-1930s
6 Image 704: Big wheels & 4 horse team; good photo of sliding tongue 1920-1930
6 Image 705: Log jam in background on river pre 1935
6 Image 706: Men working in log yard, probably in Midwest early 1900s
6 Image 707: Man & car in woods, very typical scene on the reservation circa 1930-1931
6 Image 708: Set of high wheels 1925-1935
6 Image 709: Shay locomotive inside a building with 3 men--not in Klamath County
6 Image 710: Unidentified man in suit
6 Image 711: Nice load of pine logs on a logging sled circa 1919
6 Image 712: 4-horse team with driver pulling huge load of logs on sled in winter. Man is standing by sled & old Ford car. Similar to photo #711
6 Image 713: Man standing by Pelican Bay Lumber Co. Shay locomotive #1 circa 1915
6 Image 714: Crane loading railroad ties on flat cars with a steam locomotive standing by
6 Image 715: Rear view of a nice turn of logs and early Hyster arch; McGiffert loader in background 1920-1935
7 Image 716: Slip tongue big wheels and teams that pulled them
7 Image 717: 4 men & child fishing from boat dock in river
7 Image 718: Horses, logging wagon & men with peaveys 1900s
7 Image 719: A very large log being scaled (measured)
7 Image 720: 4 men with ox teams & Dolbeer steam donkey; large logs in foreground. "Felling timber in Washington" 1900-1920
7 Image 721: Log cabin with man & dog on porch with attached "garage"; may be homesteader
7 Image 722: 2 freight wagons being pulled by an eight horse team
7 Image 723: Huge load of logs with 6 teams hooked to it Before 1920
7 Image 724: Shay locomotive with empty Union Pacific log car in the snow--not in Klamath County
7 Image 725: Weird contraption perhaps used to load railroad cars
7 Image 727: Men with peavys and horse team, posing by logs. Additional old negative in envelope Before 1930
7 Image 728: Men with a team of horses being used to pull a log. Additional old negative in envelope
7 Image 729: Loading logs on rail cars using horses for "cross hauling" or "parbuckling" the logs
7 Image 730: Looking down from top of Algoma incline with snow; no tracks are visible on slope. Railroad grade at bottom of incline shows where present day paved road passes to mill 1915-1940
7 Image 731: Looking up at Algoma Incline, being rebuilt after being idle for nearly 10 years 1926-1927
7 Image 732: Looking up Algoma Incline tracks; 1 rail car with ties sits on side track. "Incline in construction, winter of 1926-27" 1926-1927
7 Image 733: Looking up Algoma Incline tracks; small buildings at bottom. "Algoma Incline, winter '26 & '27" 1926-1927
7 Image 734: Probably Algoma incline, load of logs going up
7 Image 735: Partial load of logs at the top of Algoma Incline. Same as #764 1927-1940
7 Image 736: View of tracks and cables at top of incline. "Hoisting cables & fair leads, top of Algoma incline"
7 Image 737: Top of Algoma incline, showing large steam donkey called "lowering engine" & 2 wooden water tanks
7 Image 738: View of water tanks and building at top of incline. "Steam hoist at top of Algoma incline"
7 Image 739: Many people & densely packed old cars by Fort Klamath Hotel in snow; post office is next door
7 Image 740: Some people walking and many old cars driving on road through snow-covered farms; hills in background
7 Image 741: Small tractor hooked to horses' slip tongue big wheels circa 1930
7 Image 742: Small "Cletrac" tractor hooked to slip tongue big wheels formerly pulled by horses circa 1930
7 Image 743: Looking up from bottom of Algoma incline, showing man in shack & empty car on track; no front stops. Description on back. Similar to photo #762 Before 1926
7 Image 744: Floating logs on Link River, probably for the Moore mill
7 Image 745: People working on floating logs in water early
7 Image 746: Sport of log rolling with a large audience; each man trying to dump the other
7 Image 747: Log rolling contest wherein two men try to dump his opponent without falling himself; this appears to be at Klamath Falls
7 Image 748: Splash dam logging; not in this area
7 Image 749: Another splash Dam, Tillamook County circa 1920-1930
7 Image 750: Men walking up tracks through clearcut hillside. "Incline logging railroad, Tillamook County"
7 Image 751: Large log deck in snow
7 Image 752: 6 men preparing to send logs down the Pokegama log chute into the Klamath River circa 1900
7 Image 753: Water chute to transport logs & sometimes lumber
7 Image 754: Huge trestle made of lumber. "Flume for lumber in fir across Coast Fork of the Willamette to Saginaw, Oregon." Description on back of photo circa 1900
7 Image 755: Men leaning against huge log, probably getting ready to roll it onto a railroad car
7 Image 756: 2 men standing in front of large logs decked in snow
7 Image 757: 9 men & 4 horses posing with peavey poles & floating logs. "Rear Gang Fall Creek Drive #3 -- Booth-Kelly Lumber Company, Springfield, Oregon" 1903
7 Image 758: Large cut stump in front of young forest stand; dirt pushed up against stump
7 Image 759: Far view of photo #758, showing cut stump & cull pine log that was cut out and left in the woods
7 Image 760: Overview of large trestle made of cut lumber; water flowing through flume. "Booth-Kelly flume. Prune Hill to Saginaw" circa 1901
7 Image 761: Same scene as photo #759, from different angle
7 Image 762: Looking up from bottom of Algoma incline, showing 2 men in shack & loaded car on track. Similar to photo #743
7 Image 763: Postcard: "Algoma Incline." "Algoma Lumber Company Looking up incline" 1916
7 Image 764: Partial load of logs at the top of Algoma Incline. Same as #735 1927-1940
7 Image 765: Looking up Algoma Incline during construction; ties are stockpiled besidethe building & steam donkey is on track. Usually had 2 tracks, so loaded car came down on one track while empty car was pulled up the other
7 Image 766: 11 men & 5 2-horse teams moving logs in river. "Log Drive Willamette River near Jasper. Booth-Kelly Lumber Company, Springfield, Oregon" early 1900s
7 Image 767: Man standing on log stringer chute built with large logs. "3-pole Log Chute Montgomery Bros. Camp 1906 -- Length 2,800 ft"
7 Image 768: Man with pole standing on jackstraw log piles. "Waiting for a new head of water on Fall Creek. Splash dam log driving." Description on back of photo early 1900s
7 Image 769: Aerial view of large flume curing through forest. "Flume & Bella Vista"
7 Image 770: Men standing on logs on beach; more men & horses in background. "'High and dry' on Willamette River between Jasper and Springfield, Ore" circa 1905
7 Image 771: 8 men & 3 2-horse teams moving logs into river. "Log drive near mouth of Fall Creek -- Booth-Kelly Lumber Company, Springfield, Oregon." Same as photo #779 circa 1905
7 Image 772: Pokegama log chute, showing the splash that results when the log hits the Klamath River 1892-1902
7 Image 773: Men standing on logs piled high on river bank. "Jammed log drive on Willamette near Jasper -- Booth-Kelly Lumber Company, Springfield, Oregon"
7 Image 774: 2 men standing on splash dam; large water flows. "Log drive Splash Dam on Roaring Riffle Creek -- Booth-Kelly Lumber Company, Springfield, Oregon"
7 Image 775: Man standing on snowy log deck with peavey pole
7 Image 776: Huge deck of logs in woods. Mostly Northern white pine skidded by horses & ready to be put in flume in Couer d'Alene, Idaho. Same as photo #487 1923
7 Image 777: Large log decks in snowy meadow; hills in background. Photos #777 & 778 are panoramic view
7 Image 778: More large log decks in snow. Photos #777 & 778 are panoramic view early
7 Image 779: "Rolling them out to the deeper water on the Willamette River. Abe Kelley and his gang of "amphibious swine." Description on back. Same as photo #771
7 Image 780: Very long & narrow building in forest. "Kesterson camp, probably Sun Mountain." Same as photo #787
7 Image 781: Many small sheds or homes located underneath pine trees. "Ewauna Camp, Reservation" circa 1925
7 Image 782: Weyerhauser Timber Co. Camp #4 1936
7 Image 783: Steam engine pulling small buildings on flatcars down track; track run between small buildings in forest. "Algoma Logging Camp." "Camp in Antelope Valley at top of incline" circa 1916
7 Image 784: Many small & large buildings in forest; slash piles in foreground. "Camp 2 -- P.B.L. Co." "Pelican Bay -- W side Upper Lake"
7 Image 785: Many small & large buildings in forest; train in background. "Shaw Bertram Lumber Co. -- Solomon Butte Camp #2 -- Cabins with train in it" 1926-1928
7 Image 786: Small buildings lined up in forest; old cars. "Kesterson camp"
7 Image 787: Very long & narrow building in forest. "Kesterson camp on Cars & near Sand Creek." Same as photo #780
7 Image 788: Buildings in forest with railroad tracks in foreground. "Ewauna Log Camp, Sprague River" circa 1928
7 Image 789: 7 men near mill shed with lumber piles, tilt-bed wagon & a bicycle in shed attic. "Utter (?) & Burns sawmill above Fort Klamath on Anna Creek." Mill built in 1908 & ran for many years before burning down. Same as photo #114 After 1908
7 Image 790: Kitchen crew by a camp cook house within a tent
7 Image 791: Many buildings on hilltop; railroad tracks. "Blue Star Camp, Tillamook County"
7 Image 792: Ledgerwood skidder--these huge loaders straddled rail cars to yard and load logs 1920-1950
7 Image 793: 9 men standing on log suspended in air using end hooks from McGiffert loader. 1 man on crossbar & 2 men beside railroad car. "Ewauna, Reservation" circa 1925
7 Image 794: 15 men posing in front of McGiffert loader & locomotive. "Kesterson at Jones (?)" circa 1900 thru WWII
7 Image 795: Postcard: 37 men & boys posing for picture in snowy forest; eating off plates in hand
7 Image 796: Postcard: man on horse in forest. "Ed Way: Logging Boss: Algoma Lumber Co." Story of Way's murder on back of photo 1916
7 Image 797: 4 men leaning on steam donkey. "Log haul - Montgomery Bros. Camp - McKenzie River in background." Description on back 1906
7 Image 798: Steam donkey and crew in the woods (Bowden). "Hoist" 1900-1940
7 Image 799: Many men posing around loader; 3 men are on spar. "Preut (?) Puckett's gang & Bulldog Mack Trucks for Shaw Bertram." "The Crew -- Chemult" 1928
7 Image 800: 7 men posed in front of large steam donkey. "Early day Willamette 'Steam Pot' -- Booth-Kelly Lumber Company"
7 Image 801: 4 men using air saw to buck large log. "McCloud River Lumber Company." Description of air saw on back of photo
7 Image 802: 3 men using air saw to buck large log. "McCloud River Lumber Company." Description of Theodore Orcutt on back of photo
7 Image 803: 2 men on springboards showing undercut in tree & 3 men on ground. "Perry Abrams, Niagara, near Mill City." More description on back of photo 1892
7 Image 804: Caterpillar 30 pulling slip tongue big wheels with McGiffert loader in background. "Ewauna 1926-Sprague River" 1926; 1928-1936
7 Image 805: 3 men, 1 driving cat onto down logs & 2 standing beside cat in log yard. "Long Bell -- Caterpillar 60 used to push loads off the log trucks that came into the mill"
7 Image 806: Man driving tractor attached to big wheels. Probably the same Caterpillar 30 & operator as photo #804
7 Image 807: McGiffert loader parked beside long wooden building. "Algoma loader at camp near Kirk, Oregon" early 1920s
7 Image 808: McGiffert loader with large logs on ground, and men working on railroad cars. "Algoma at Kirk" 1922
7 Image 809: Loaded railroad car with Dolbeer donkey in background. "Donkey No. 5 and Loader" circa 1920
7 Image 810: Lidgerwood tower skidder, used for skidding and loading--rail mounted--probably from Weed or McCloud 1920s
7 Image 811: 2 "60" Cats with early Willamette Hyster arch pulling logs up adverse grade to landing 1928-1936
7 Image 812: "60" Cat pulling a log up an adverse grade 1925-1936
7 Image 813: Loggers next to steam donkey, loading logs on railroad car using end hooks circa 1920s; 9/17/1972
7 Image 814: Loggers & Dolbeer steam donkey with vertical spool 1920s
8 Image 815: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, topping tree. (Photos #815-820 are a series.) pre 1945
8 Image 816: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. (Photos #815-820 are a series.) pre 1945
8 Image 817: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. (Photos #815-820 are a series.) pre 1945
8 Image 818: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. (Photos #815-820 are a series.) pre 1945
8 Image 819: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, machine working. (Photos #815-820 are a series.) pre 1945
8 Image 820: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. (Photos #815-820 are a series.) pre 1945
8 Image 821: McGiffert steam loader, loading logs onto railroad car. Same as photo #808. 2 copies 1920-1960
8 Image 822: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, topping tree. Same as photo #815 pre 1945
8 Image 824: Algoma Lumber Co. loading crew standing by McGiffert log loader and railroad cars near Kirk 1920s
8 Image 825: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. Same as photo #816 pre 1945
8 Image 826: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. Same as photo #817 pre 1945
8 Image 827: Holt tractor moving logs from woods to landing. "Harold Hubbs, Live Oak, Calif"
8 Image 828: Good photo of McGiffert loader, straddling railroad tracks. Same as photo #807. 2 copies 1900-1960s
8 Image 829: Man sitting on tractor next to 3 men on loader. "Sixty Cat and McGiffert loader--Ewauna Box--on Reservation" circa 1925
8 Image 830: Stirling hard rubber tired logging -- "Ray Chase with Sterling truck -- 211 mbf logs" 1920-1930s
8 Image 831: A "30" Caterpillar hooked to sliding tongue big wheels. "Ray Chase with cat and high wheels"
8 Image 832: 4-horse team with big wheels drags in logs at Algoma Lumber Co. site near Kirk--McGiffert is loading logs 1920s
8 Image 833: 9 men standing beside McGiffert loader--loader has "Ewauna Box Co. McGiffert Loader No. 2" painted on it--Reservation circa 1925
8 Image 834: "60" Cat ground skidding to railroad. "Reservation about 1925" circa 1925
8 Image 835: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. Same as photo #818 pre 1945
8 Image 836: Steam powered yarder with a crew of men. 2 copies
8 Image 837: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. Same as photo #819 pre 1945
8 Image 838: Man driving tractor attached to big wheels. Same as photo #806
8 Image 839: A tree faller & de-limber on tracks, working in woods. Same as photo #820 pre 1945
8 Image 841: A wooden wheeled logging wagon, probably pulled by a tractor to move logs from woods to railroad 1910-1920
8 Image 842: Same as photo #841 1910-1920
8 Image 843: Enlargement of photos #841-842. "Wagon for logs -- solid wooden wheel. Heavy duty -- used to haul logs from the woods to the mills. Used from 1880-1925" 1910-1920
8 Image 844: Wooden wagon wheel used on logging wagons and "dollies" pre 1900
8 Image 845: Good photo of 4 "60" Cats & one "30" Cat, with McGiffert loader in background 1925-1935
8 Image 846: Steam engine crossing river on raft. "Had to barge across River to Keno Side account Bridge too light for steam Engine. Best or Holt" Photo caption names timber & barge owners & mills circa 1910-1911
8 Image 847: Hard rubber tired chain drive truck with tank or boiler on it. (Earl Hamaker is on top of truck). 3 copies
8 Image 848: Scene at the top of Algoma Incline, showing hoisting "Donkey" engine, locomotive, water tank and railroad tracks 1915-1917 or 1927-1942
8 Image 849: "60" Cat with slip tongue high wheels moving to landing
8 Image 850: 3 men sitting on 10 ton Holt Cat in No. Minnesota; 4th man is operator Allen Hanson circa 1925; August 1958
8 Image 851: "Best" steam tractor pulling 2 trailers, moving logs. Postcard -- "Early day logging." Same as photo #1752 circa 1900
8 Image 852: Men standing on large log on primitive log truck 1920s
8 Image 853: A Fordson tractor converted to a tractor with tracks, plus a trailer. (Good explanation of Fordson tractor conversions.) "Near Pine Grove by Andy Collier's house." Same as photo #942
8 Image 854: Either the front assembly of a logging wagon with wooden wheels or a dolly. 2 copies 1920-1930
8 Image 855: A railroad car being loaded by parbuckling the log onto the car, using horses & chain
8 Image 856: A snag pusher on a "60" Caterpillar, pushing over dead snags to reduce fire hazard 1930-1960
8 Image 857: Old 60 Cat used as snag pusher. Same equipment as photos #859-860 1920-1960
8 Image 858: 3 men sitting on large log on trailer & 1 driver sitting on steam engine. "Logging with the Westinghouse Upright Steam Engine -- west of Grants Pass." Now in Collier Park 1884-early 1900s
8 Image 859: A snag pusher in operation. Same equipment as photos #857 & 860. 2 copies 1920-1960
8 Image 860: A snag pusher on an old 60 Cat in action. Same equipment as photos #857 & 859 1920-1960
8 Image 861: Steam donkey (yarder) in woods by a railroad
8 Image 862: Track laying cats with slip tongue big wheels. "Fleet of T-29 cats and 1st 60 Algoma at Kirk" 1924
8 Image 863: Steam donkeys logging & loading railroad cars, one rigged spar pole. "Donkey logging" 1920-1934
8 Image 864: 2 men with crane or clamshell. In 1928 F. Hill Hunter's Sawmill Engineering & Construction Co. had the contract to build the grade for the Lamm Lumber Co. logging railroad crossing of the Klamath Marsh 1928-1929
8 Image 865: 2 men by a Northwest shovel, Algoma Lumber Co. "Gas shovel converted to loader. 1st shovel to load logs on Klamath Basin"
8 Image 866: Algoma Lumber Co. crane on railroad car, probably used for railroad construction 1920-1930
8 Image 867: Team of horses ready to roll out a log so that limbs sticking in ground could be cut off. "Rollout team about 1925--Ewauna Reservation" circa 1925
8 Image 868: 4-horse team bringing logs onto landing using "big wheels;" in front of McGiffert loader & men working circa 1920-1930
8 Image 869: 4-horse team with rider & big wheels skidding logs: "Pelican Bay Lumber Co. about Odessa Cut, Pelican Butte." 3 copies circa 1914
8 Image 870: Postcard: 3 men, 2 horses & high wheels. "Algoma Lumber Company - Art Mesner driving Stinger Tongue High Wheels, Antelope Valley" circa 1916
8 Image 871: 3 men standing by a 1940 Ford truck with dual axle trailer overloaded with logs. "Long Bell." Good trucking equipment description by Kennedy 1930-1946
8 Image 872: Many oxen hooked up to overloaded logging wagon; horses in background. Postcard -- "Logging with oxen" 1900-1920
8 Image 873: Loading a horse drawn wagon using cross haul or parbuckling 1900-1920
8 Image 874: 2 men posing with 82 inch log loaded on solid wood wheel wagon pulled by 6-8 oxen. "Logging in El Dorado County"
8 Image 875: 4 men posing on crib log trestle with 3-wheeled steam tractor pulling loaded log wagon. "Logging with the 3-wheeled steam tractor- and solid wooden wheeled wagons around Mt. Shasta" circa 1900
8 Image 876: 4-mule team pulling heavily loaded wagon with 1 man standing & 1 driving, en route to Utter & Burns sawmill near Fort Klamath 1908-1920
8 Image 877: Logs being decked for loading out later; note rigging used to connect a team to the logs pre 1920s
8 Image 878: 4-horse team standing by log deck covered with snow
8 Image 879: Many men and horses, showing part of a horse camp. "Ewauna horse camp"
8 Image 880: White 4 horse team with "non-slip" tongue big wheels 1920s
8 Image 881: 6 men & 2 horses beside big wheels. "Stinger tongue with two up..." Back of photo has information on logging with slip tongue big wheels
8 Image 882: 4 horses & 2 men skidding logs. "Warner's Horse Camp on Fall Creek" (branch of Willamette River.) 1903
8 Image 883: Big wheels & horses, steam donkey in background. "Moving the Butterfly"
8 Image 884: 5 men & 6 horses with hand tools, rifle, horses, wagon, logs on ground. "Maynard Paugh -- Flat Pine Country." Same as photo #97. Loading using the parbuckle method circa 1919 or earlier
8 Image 885: 16 men with peavey poles & 11 horses on flat river bank. "Log driving crew -- McKenzie River; Booth Kelly Lumber Co., Coburg, Oregon"
8 Image 886: Men & horses skidding through pole fence on corduroy road: "Combination skid road and pole chute -- Big Fall Creek; Booth Kelly Lumber Co., Springfield, Oregon" 1903
8 Image 887: 2-horse team & 2 men posing with big wheels. Same as photo #890 circa 1900
8 Image 888: Team with early big wheels; pole tongue pre 1920s
8 Image 889: Team ground skidding a log, or trying to 1920s
8 Image 890: "Weed Lumber Co. -- 'Stinger tongue' wheels." Good explanation of wheels on back of photo. Same as photo #887 circa 1900
8 Image 891: 2 men, 2 mules with packs & 1 dog. Wes Harsey's father & Charlie Halford on Maggie Creek at Kooskia, ID. Same as photo #492 Fall 1920
8 Image 892: Pack train of mules with odd shaped packs. Finish lumber arriving at Honeysuckle Ranger Station, Couer d'Alene, ID. Pack string with log cabin in background. Same as photo #491 Summer 1923
8 Image 893: Pack train of mules at camp with man dressed as cook. Wes Harsey's pack string of mules at Camp 6, Rose Lake, Idaho. Same as photo #488 August 1923
8 Image 894: Pack mules; looks like one load is shifted. Wes Harsey's mule pack string hauling door & frame into Maggie River Station. Same as photo #490 Summer 1923
8 Image 895: Steam tractor with 3 loaded wagons; pond monkey on logs pre 1920
8 Image 896: Longline of loaded log cars at Algoma Lumber Co. near Kirk 1920s
8 Image 897: An off-highway load of logs. "Camp 11(?) W. 1960" pre 1946
8 Image 898: 4 horse team with logging wagon pre 1930
8 Image 899: Steam tractor hooked to a logging wagon -- good explanation of horse "jammer" used to load logs
8 Image 900: 5 men working beneath crane loader & on Algoma Lumber Co. rail cars. "Loading logs with Ohio crane on the Incline"
8 Image 901: 5 men working under Algoma Lumber Co. crane, loading trucks on landing. "Bill Henderson was the operator of this converted NW shovel" 1938-1945
8 Image 902: Long log on 3 rail cars, cut for some special project; cars at both ends called "idlers"
8 Image 903: Small Stirling tractor pulling 2 huge logs. "211 logs." Same as photo #638
8 Image 904: "Loading logs and skidding on the incline" -- Tractors, big wheels, McGiffert log loader & rail cars on Algoma Incline 1927-1935
8 Image 905: McGiffert loader (jammer) loads logs on rail cars while a Shay locomotive stands by to switch the cars. "Ewauna's Shay & Pat Lawery (?) ran it." More description on back of photo 1920-1948
8 Image 906: 2 men loading log trucks near Camp Six, using a crane; cat with arch in background. "Logging -- Weyerhauser Timber Co. Klamath Falls, Oregon." "Camp 6 -- B&H Crane Loader" 1958
8 Image 907: 13 loaded logging trucks parked in a row; White single-axle trucks, WWII. 2 copies 1942-1946
8 Image 908: 8 men posing on big log loaded on a rail car. "Ewauna -- Reservation" circa 1925
8 Image 909: 2 men using cross-hauling method of loading logs onto railroad car for Weed Lumber Co. in Siskiyou County, CA 1910
8 Image 910: Man standing on rail car with 3 large logs. "McCloud River Lumber Co. McCloud, Cal" 11/22/1960
8 Image 911: Horse drawn wagons hauling logs, with 5 men/boys riding on logs Before 1930
8 Image 912: Crew loading logs on rail cars using crosshauling method, powered by steam donkey engine 1910-1930
8 Image 913: Man driving loaded log truck with hard rubber tires. "Sterling Log Truck -- OK Pucket's truck" 1918
8 Image 914: Close up of overloaded log truck in woods. "Logging in 1946 northern California -- New 1946 GMC log truck." Same as photos #943 & #956 1946
9 Image 915: 2 4-horse teams hauling logs, drivers riding on horse; farm wagons converted to logging wagons Before 1930
9 Image 916: Winter time logging using sleds with 4-horse teams; driver sits on one horse Before 1935
9 Image 917: 2 men working with a unique homemade log loader mounted on "60" cat, loading a GMC truck circa 1925-1930
9 Image 918: Winter time logging using sled with 2-horse team; driver stands on logs Before 1935
9 Image 919: 5 men working with large ox team and overloaded wooden wheeled wagon; unloading at mill. "Abner Weed logging at Lake Tahoe." "Brute Strength." Story about Abner Weed on back of photo. 2 copies
9 Image 920: Loading logs on rail cars with a McGiffert loader; #1 of 3-photo series; Algoma Lumber Co. near Kirk 1920s
9 Image 921: Loading logs on rail cars showing "hooker" & horse; #2 of 3-photo series; Algoma Lumber Co. 1920s
9 Image 923: Loading logs on rail cars; #3 of 3-photo series; Algoma Lumber Co. 1920s
9 Image 924: Man standing on steam engine with 3-trailer load of logs. "Harry Benton ran this steam engine as a 16 year old on the southern slopes of Mt. Shasta." Description on back of photo circa 1900
9 Image 925: Postcard: logs loaded on Algoma Lumber Co. rail cars. "Where Mr. (Bill) Henry was killed." Story on back of photo 1916
9 Image 926: Postcard, McKensee Lumber Co; 12-oxen team pulling huge wagon load of logs Before 1930
9 Image 929: 3 men standing by McGiffert loader, loading large logs onto S.P. railroad cars; horse in foreground. Same as photo #933. early 1920s
9 Image 930: Postcard: 8 men & 2 horses standing beside loaded railroad cars; big wheels in background. "Algoma Lumber Co. Loading cars with crosshaul to go down the incline" circa 1916
9 Image 931: 12 men posing by loaded Weed Lumber Co. railroad cars; using parbucking or crosshauling in Siskiyou County 1910-1930
9 Image 932: Man standing on hugely overloaded log wagon with solid wooden wheels, in front of mill with tall smokestack. "Abner Weed with 12 horses and 1 yoke of oxen"
9 Image 933: 3 men standing by McGiffert loader, loading large logs onto S.P. railroad cars; horse in foreground. "Algoma early 20s Kirk." Same as photo #929 early 1920s
9 Image 934: 4 men & 1 boy with 10 horses & 2 oxen, with hugely overloaded log wagon with solid wooden wheels, in front of cinder cone (Black Butte near Mt. Shasta.) Same as photo #954 & resembles #932
9 Image 935: Crew loading rail cars at Algoma Lumber Co. operation in Plum Valley; the locomotive was named the "Helen Grant" circa 1914
9 Image 936: 3 men using "cross hauling" method of loading railroad cars 1900-1920
9 Image 937: 3 men posing in brush field near Weed, CA with steam powered tractor pulling 3 heavily loaded log carts with solid wood wheels. 2 copies circa 1900
9 Image 938: Man standing on overloaded log wagon with solid wooden wheels, in front of mill with tall smokestack; 2 men are standing beside team of 10 horses & 2 oxen. Photo is similar to #932
9 Image 939: Far view of mill buildings with tall smokestack; overloaded log wagon with horse teams in background. Photo probably same scene as #938
9 Image 940: Horses being used to load logs onto rail cars by rolling logs up a ramp 1911-1930
9 Image 941: Enormous load of logs on sleds in winter forest scene; 1 driver with 2 horses. "36,055 feet in fifty logs. The World's Fair Load. Copyright applied for by..." (Many words are cut off.) 4 copies
9 Image 942: Man on a Fordson tractor with rear wheels replaced with tracks, hauling a wagon with a large log. Same as photo #853. 2 copies
9 Image 943: Single axle GMC logging truck with large 5-log load. "1946 GMC log truck logging in northern California in 1947." Same as photos #914 & #956 1947
9 Image 944: 2 men with 'Ned Putnam Logging Contractor' truck loader beside huge log that is half loaded onto trailer. "32' -- 7340 log scale." Same as photo #1513
9 Image 945: 2 men working with McGiffert loader to load logs onto railroad cars. "Loading logs." "Camp 8 W (Weyerhauser)" 1952
9 Image 946: 3 men working with McGiffert loader to load logs onto S.P. railroad cars. "McGiffert loader"
9 Image 947: 4-horse team with rider, moving wagon with logs at mill. "Alter (?) and Burns sawmill at Annie Creek above Fort Klamath." Same as photo #958
9 Image 948: Postcard: Men standing around steam engine pulling 5 loaded trailers in winter forest scene. "N.W. Lumber Co.'s log hauler, near Stanley, Wisconsin"
9 Image 949: Postcard: 9 men posing with steam engine on skis pulling log crib sleds in winter; mill buildings & log deck in background. Sent from Stanley, Wisconsin by Balzer Capaul (?) to his wife 12 March 1911
9 Image 950: McGiffert log loader, railroad track layer & 4 flat cars, probably near Beatty, OR November 1980
9 Image 951: Postcard: 3 men with 8-oxen team pulling 82 inch log on wagon with solid wooden wheels; buildings & forest in background. "Logging in El Dorado County"
9 Image 952: Man standing next to loaded GMC logging truck with trailer circa 1920
9 Image 953: 5 men beside train loaded with logs; dumping logs from train into canal. "Pelican Bay Lumber Company, W side of Upper Klamath Lake, Mt. Pitt in background." Description on back 1912-1916
9 Image 954: 4 men & 1 boy with 10 horses & 2 oxen, with hugely overloaded log wagon with solid wooden wheels, in front of cinder cone (Black Butte near Mt. Shasta.) Same as photo #934
9 Image 956: Logging truck with large 5-log load. "1946 GMC truck -- Ralph Utley" Same as photos #914 & #943 1947
9 Image 957: 5 men sitting on loaded logging wagon with 4-horse team, parked on a hill Before 1930
9 Image 958: 4-horse team with rider, moving wagon with logs at mill. Same as photo #947
9 Image 959: 4 men in meadow; crawler tractor is pulling load of logs. "Stoney (?) Chase." (Possibly Ray Chase; see photos #830, 831)
9 Image 960: 7 men with steam loader, loading railroad car; an odd setup Before 1950
9 Image 961: "Shaw Bertram, Solomon Butte 1926." Loading Indian Reservation timber on rail cars SW of Kirk, for shipment to Klamath Falls 1926
9 Image 962: 3 men using an improvised crane to load huge log onto old Mac truck with solid tires. "Stoney Chase parbuckling a big log." Similar to photo #959
9 Image 963: 3 men standing beside 1940 V8 Ford truck & dual axle trailer with huge log overload; 1 man has scale stick. "Long Bell at Dorris" After 1940
9 Image 964: 13 men beside steam A-frame loader, loading logs onto railroad car; firewood piled in front of boiler circa 1920
9 Image 965: 2 men standing beside loaded log truck in snowstorm; log loading crane in background. "1945 Dodge truck -- Long Bell at Dorris." Same as photo #1206 1940s
9 Image 966: Ewauna Box Co. log loading operation in Klamath County; the locomotive is Ewauna Box Co. #103; crawler tractors yarding; McGiffert log loader. "Ewauna -- Harry Wiard" circa 1926
9 Image 967: Algoma Lumber Co. logs on rail cars near Kirk 1924
9 Image 968: Algoma Lumber Co. logs on rail cars near Kirk; 16 foot logs on 40 foot rail cars 1920-1930
9 Image 969: Algoma Lumber Co. locomotive #2 with log train near Kirk 1920s
9 Image 970: Shay locomotive pulling loaded log cars through woods on Hines Lumber Co. logging rail line out of Seneca, OR 1930-1955
9 Image 971: Braymill-White Pine Lumber Co. locomotive #20 at Braymill. 3 copies After 1928
9 Image 972: Postcard, Steam locomotive derailed on a bridge west of town of Mt. Shasta; "Now retired at Collier Park after a lifetime of service at the Rainbow Mill at the foot of Mt. Shasta" 1968
9 Image 974: 5 men with poles standing around engine pulling log train. "Logging train in the Northwest" -- color postcard Postmarked 3/21/57
9 Image 975: Man standing in front of 3 Northern Pacific rail cars that carry lumber straddling all 3 cars. "Spars on 3 cars 121' long -- National, Washington" 1909
9 Image 976: Algoma Lumber Co. locomotive #1506, the "Helen Grant" used at Pokegama before ALC made the move to Upper Klamath Lake 1915-1930
9 Image 977: Pelican Bay Lumber Co. Shay locomotive & cars on a crib log trestle, south side of Pelican Butte. 2 copies 1912-1919
9 Image 979: Weyerhauser Timber Co. steam locomotive in Washington State. 2 copies
9 Image 980: Oregon, California & Eastern Railway steam locomotive #2 at SP roundhouse in Klamath Falls 7/4/1937
9 Image 981: Lamm Lumber Co. locomotive #4, with Lamm LC buildings in background, taken at Modoc Point. "Trade with chap in California" 6/28/1943
9 Image 982: Gilchrist Timber Co. No. 204 steam locomotive used to haul lumber from the mill to the SP main line 1937
9 Image 983: Pelican Bay Lumber Co. Shay locomotive -- photo taken at Eugene, en route to Portland for scrap 4/26/1949
9 Image 984: Algoma Lumber Co. steam locomotive #1, known as "Peggy", at the mill at Algoma 8/13/1937
9 Image 985: Pelican Bay Lumber Co. Shay locomotive #28, used to haul log trains from the woods to Bly, OR 4/6/1947
9 Image 987: Shay locomotive, Lamm Lumber Co.#1, at Modoc Point, OR. 2 copies 7/12/1938
9 Image 988: Willamette (Shay type) locomotive, Ewauna Box Co. #103, at Sprague River, OR 4/6/1947
9 Image 989: Shay locomotive, Chiloqiun Lumber Co. #2, at Chiloquin, OR 4/6/1947
9 Image 990: Klamath Northern Railway locomotive owned by Gilchrist Timber Co. -- used between the town of Gilchrist & SP main line circa 1940s
9 Image 991: Postcard of locomotive, caboose & several side-dump rail cars; photo was not taken in Southern Oregon
9 Image 992: Steam locomotive with 4 loaded cars running between hillside and a body of water that is being used as log holding pond
9 Image 993: Postcard of a locomotive & several side dump rail cars hauling rock and gravel -- photo not taken in Klamath County
9 Image 994: Fireless steam locomotive used to switch freight cars at the Hercules Powder Co. Ewauna plant site, ca. 1950-1952 5/20/1952
9 Image 995: An Ohio crane building a cribbed log trestle for Pelican Bay Lumber Co. near Rocky Point 1911-1919
9 Image 996: Weyerhauser Timber Co. #1 pulling log trains, at Camp Four 4/26/1948
9 Image 998: Crane building a cribbed log trestle on Pelican Butte, near Rocky Point - "Pelican Bay logging to the Odessa cut" 1912-1919
9 Image 999: Close-up of steam engine & fuel car. "Weyerhauser Company Locomotive No. 5 was cut up for scrap at mill site 1948
9 Image 1000: Close-up of steam engine & fuel car. "Weyerhauser Company Locomotive No. 7 at the Klamath falls plant site was cut up for scrap there" 1948
9 Image 1001: Kesterson Lumber Co. Heisler locomotive #2 1920s
9 Image 1003: Pelican Bay Lumber Co. logging train unloading logs into water, Mt. Pitt in background 11/22/1960
9 Image 1004: Anderson & Bella Vista Railroad locomotive "J.E. Terry" being ferried across the Sacramento River at Anderson, CA circa 1900
9 Image 1005: Algoma Lumber Company locomotive #2 at Kirk. 2 copies circa 1920
9 Image 1006: Gilchrist Timber Co. steam locomotive #204 (later Klamath Northern Railroad) circa 1940
9 Image 1007: Oregon, California & Eastern steam locomotive #3 at Klamath Falls, OR -- locomotive had been removed from service 7/4/1937
9 Image 1008: Postcard written to Cap Collier. "Steam engine on the Southern Pacific line in Sacramento Canyon. Early 1900's" Postmarked 2/17/81
9 Image 1009: A mallet steam locomotive, Weyerhauser Timber Co. #6, at Klamath Falls circa 1950s
9 Image 1010: "Old Blue", the first locomotive to operate in Klamath County; used to power log trains near Pokegama 1893-1902
9 Image 1011: Model of a Great Northern Railway steam engine #X722, 4' long × 3' high, made into a wood stove. "Steam Engine Room Heater made by Warren Leistikow" 3/23/1976
9 Image 1012: Railroad "speeder and trailer" near a small cabin, log cars in background
9 Image 1013: "Section of Spar RR, looking east" -- railroad track leading into woods
9 Image 1014: Fruit Growers Supply Co. Shay locomotive #5 at Hilt, CA, with 4 people posing around it. "Hank Napier at Fruitgrowers at Hilt" 1925-1939
10 Image 1016: Forest Lumber Co. Heisler locomotive off tracks. "Wreck near Ewauna camp at Kirk". 2 copies 1925-1935
10 Image 1017: Weed Lumber Co. Shay locomotive #779 with a load of logs in Siskiyou County, CA. The photo is incorrectly labeled "Pelican Bay about 1913 on W side of Klamath Lake." 1913
10 Image 1018: Ewauna Box Co. locomotive #102 pulling load of logs through the woods near Sprague River circa 1930
10 Image 1020: Algoma Lumber Co. steam locomotive #2 switching log cars at the loading site NW of Kirk. "Pulling out from the loading rig." 3 copies 1920s
10 Image 1021: Kesterson Lumber Co. Heisler locomotive #2 with 3 men. "1927+" 2 copies circa 1925
10 Image 1022: "Incline looking down Algoma." Steam donkey at top of incline lowers logs down the hill RR logging years
10 Image 1023: Steam engine at bottom of incline beside shed. "Incline looking up -- note cars nearing the passing point -- Algoma"
10 Image 1024: "Old Blue", the first locomotive to operate in Klamath County; used to power log trains near Pokegama; postcard. 2 copies 1893-1902
10 Image 1025: Pacific steam locomotive and large crowd celebrating the arrival of the first train in Klamath Falls May 1909
10 Image 1026: Chiloquin Lumber Co. locomotive #1 at the mill in Chiloquin. "Saddleback locomotive Blocklinger Mi"
10 Image 1027: Algoma Lumber Co. locomotive #1, "Peggy", pulling trains around Algoma mill circa 1930s
10 Image 1028: 5 long logs on railroad cars. "Spars 121' long on 3 cars -- National, Washington 1909
10 Image 1031: An O.K. Puckett steam tractor pulling a load of logs circa 1910-1920
10 Image 1032: Possibly Klamath Municipal Railway (OC&E) #1 near Bly; men appear to be building something 4/4/1981
10 Image 1033: Man standing next to horse pulled big wheels adapted to a crawler tractor 1920-1930
10 Image 1034: Algoma Logging Co. locomotive #2 transporting logs from the woods near Kirk, OR to the mill 1920s
10 Image 1035: Algoma Lumber Co. locomotive #2, probably at top of Algoma Incline 1915-1936
10 Image 1036: Algoma Lumber Co. camp with a railroad track about 3 miles NW of Kirk, OR 1920-1929
10 Image 1037: 4 photos of mill machinery at Crane Mills, Bly, OR. "Here's your 1932 Profit Maker," summer portable band mills. "Early crane mill at Bly. Electric preview" 1932
10 Image 1038: Floor joist construction for large building. "Building WT Co. greenchain" 1928-1930
10 Image 1039: 2 men sitting on high poles. "Building dry shed. Putting up timbers. Sure could use a skyhook" 1928
10 Image 1040: Man working with machinery, blurred by motion
10 Image 1042: Lumber being moved by roller chains in the sawmill
10 Image 1043: Building WT Co. Mill -- large shed is nearly complete 1928-1930
10 Image 1044: Building WT Co. Mill -- looking from nearly completed roof 1928-1930
10 Image 1045: Weyerhauser Machine Shop -- 2 men standing by machines. Typical clean machine shop; Weyerhauser did most of their own shop work 1955
10 Image 1046: Man pulling board off cant on saw carriage. "Log sawing - Weyerhaeuser (sic) Timber Co. -- Klamath Falls Oregon." "Off Bearer (?)" circa 1936
10 Image 1047: Far view of large mill. "Building WT Co. Mill -- Weyerhauser 1928 on" 1928-1931
10 Image 1048: Close-up view of mill with smokestack & burner. "Weyerhauser Mill 1934-1939" circa 1939
10 Image 1049: New buildings behind railroad track. "Building Weyerhauser Mill 1928 to 32" circa 1932
10 Image 1050: Crane putting timbers on framing. "Building shed Weyerhaeuser (sic)" 1928
10 Image 1051: Railroad tracks, small rail cars, shed with old cars Y lake in background. "Weyerhauser small tie mill that cut ties for logging railroad on west side (Greensprings Area). Also cut lumber logging camp buildings and lumber for big mill" 1928
10 Image 1052: Framed-in huge building, water tower & finished buildings in background
10 Image 1053: Completed mill buildings. "Building Weyerhauser Mill at Klamath Falls Oregon, 1928-29-30-30 was completed" circa 1931
10 Image 1054: Weyerhauser Mill; looks brand new (no debris) 1932
10 Image 1055: Woman standing behind cluttered desks in lumber company office; probably Algoma Lumber Company. "Lorraine Quillen in old office" 1951
10 Image 1056: Boards on chain conveyor belt. "Band scrambler Weyerhausers mill" 1966
10 Image 1057: 2 men from Sessler Scrap Co. cutting up old waste burner in Weyerhaeuser mill yard. "Sessler cutting down burner. 1 man killed had safety belt hooked to girder. Cut (girder) loose and went down head first with girder. Weyerhauser" 1954
10 Image 1058: Picture of mill worker; glasses & hardhat
10 Image 1059: Looking down street at offices and mill structures. "Weyerhauser 1st office" circa 1942
10 Image 1060: Long shed with portable houses on railroad cars in front. "Weyerhauser dry shed" 1928
10 Image 1061: Many men posing in front of shed. "Machine ship crew Weyerhauser" 1930
10 Image 1062: 4 men and 1 woman posing. "Millwright gang, hardboard plant, Weyerhauser: (L-R) Jim Mitchele, Gary Griffin, Judy Phelps parts clerk, Del Hollin, Bob Lewis 1974
10 Image 1063: Track type crane in a mill yard. Probably Weyerhauser circa 1930
10 Image 1064: 3 men posing in front of lockers. "Rick Nelson Boss, Jim Mitchel M.W., Bud Maupin M.W"
10 Image 1065: 4 men posing in front of lockers (probably Weyerhauser mill). Cleo Ash, MW; Dell Hollis, MW; Carl Williams, MW; Dave Romstreet (?), Electrician
10 Image 1066: 1 man smoking in front of filing cabinets (probably Weyerhauser mill). Haigh Chown (?), MW -- Boss Hardboard
10 Image 1067: Air compressor, Weyerhauser -- Cleaning and blowoff sawdust; air dogs on sorting chain 1955
10 Image 1068: 4 men posing in front of lockers. "Weyerhauser bunch -- Larry Reddin, Electrician; Don Corder, MW; Pat Segue (?), MW; John Alter, Electrician" 4/12/1977
10 Image 1069: Frame of large building under construction. "Hardboard" (probably Weyerhauser plant) 1954
10 Image 1070: Frame of large building, probably closeup of photo #1069. "W. Hardboard" (probably Weyerhauser) 1954
10 Image 1071: 2 men working near saw. "Gang saw--Weyerhauser Timber Co.--Klamath Falls, Oregon." "Summer Gang Saw" 1930
10 Image 1072: Different view of building being constructed in photos #1069 & 1070. "Hardboard -- W" 1954
10 Image 1073: Series of attached buildings or sheds. "Box Factory & Lumber Shed" (probably Weyerhauser) 1938
10 Image 1074: Trusses for large building roof on ground. "Building hardboard plant, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1954
10 Image 1075: Log splashing from shed into pond. "Log chipper taking of the bark--out thru chipper & back into pond for mill chute"
10 Image 1076: Aerial view of mill with smokestack. "Mill at Klamath Falls, Oregon." Probably Weyerhauser mill circa 1941
10 Image 1077: 4 men posing in front of lockers. Gary Grippin, MW; Haigh Chown, Boss; Bernard Fegi, MW; Frank Reed, MW
10 Image 1078: Aerial view of mill with smokestack (different view than photo #1076). "Weyerhauser Yard at Klamath Falls, Oregon" 1938
10 Image 1079: Aerial view of mill with smokestack. "Mill at Klamath Falls, Oregon." Despite date change, this is the same as photo #1076 1936
10 Image 1080: Aerial view of mill with smokestack. "Mill at Klamath Falls, Oregon." Almost the same view as photo #1078 circa 1941
10 Image 1081: Crane raising steel girders for large building. "Start of Hardwood plant, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1954
10 Image 1082: Man standing by gang saw. "Summer gang, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1966
10 Image 1083: Man with hat standing in front of wall. "Olie Saylor, Sawmill Boss 1966 -- Now retired" 1966
10 Image 1084: Crane parked beside railroad track. "Millwright (?) crane, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1951
10 Image 1085: View of mill yard. "Building Silos for Hardboard plant" 1954
10 Image 1086: Framework for very large building. "Hardboard plant, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1954
10 Image 1087: Framework and rebar for large cement structure. "Silo foundation, W" (probably Weyerhauser)
10 Image 1088: View of buildings with mounted "hopper" structure. "Air compressor on planning mill, W" (probably Weyerhauser)
10 Image 1089: Series of metal supports beside road. "Cranes yard between box factory & planing mill, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1932
10 Image 1092: View of log chute & mill pond. "Mill log slip, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1960
10 Image 1093: Same man as in photo #1082 standing by machine; dates do not agree. "Summer Gang Operator, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1930
10 Image 1094: View of cranes behind log bridge & railroad track. "Chipper building"
10 Image 1095: Another view of large frame building with attached railroad shed. "Car line hardboard plant, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1954
10 Image 1096: Another view of large frame building with crane in background. "Hardboard plant" (probably Weyerhauser) 1954
10 Image 1097: 1st office building addition, W (probably Weyerhauser) circa 1929
10 Image 1098: Men working on foundation of large building. "Hardboard plant, W" (probably Weyerhauser)
10 Image 1099: Interior of shed with dirt floor & 2 "hopper" style containers. "Hard board separators being installed in new hardboard plant" 1954
10 Image 1100: White building with dormers and cupola. "Office, W" (probably Weyerhauser) 1951
10 Image 1101: Old style small bus, parked. "Office bus 1938 GMC, Weyerhauser" 1952
10 Image 1102: 2 men working on metal structure. "Cutting burner down, Weyerhauser" 1954
10 Image 1103: Far view of mill with lake in background. "Klamath Lumber & Box -- view of plant" circa 1930s
10 Image 1104: Klamath Manufacturing Co. mill at Shippington on Upper Klamath Lake (present location of Harbor Isles) circa 1915
10 Image 1105: Klamath Manufacturing Co. mill; "A.J. Krause, Mill Supt. Book Keeper." Similar view angle as photo #1104 1925
10 Image 1106: Office with cars & fire engine. "Klamath Lumber & Box -- new fire engine" Late 1920s
10 Image 1107: 8 men & 1 woman posing for photo on front steps of the Klamath Manufacturing Co. business office; this office and mill were located in vicinity of present Harbor Isles. Same as photos #1830 & 1832 1920s
10 Image 1108: Interior of mill; band saw and carriage with Offbearer, Sawyer & man riding carriage. "Long Bell at Dorris" 1930s
10 Image 1109: Many men standing outside mill shed; loading shook by hand into box cars. "Klamath Lumber & Box" 1930s
10 Image 1110: View of mill behind log pond. "Klamath Lumber & Box at Shippington"
10 Image 1111: 17-man crew posing together in box factory. "Klamath Lumber & Box sawmill crew"
10 Image 1112: Men riding on saw carriage & operating saw in mill. Good view of band saw & carriage. "Klamath Lumber & Box" 1930s
10 Image 1113: Same as photo #1109. Making box shook was big business in the 1930s. "Klamath Lumber & Box, Shippington. Loading shook into cars" 1930s
10 Image 1114: Overview of Algoma Lumber Co, Algoma, OR. "Stinson who threw all of Charley Miller glass plates on the dump" 1918
11 Image 1115: Closer view of Algoma Lumber Co. main plant & burner
11 Image 1116: Reduced copy of photo #1115. "From picture Mrs. Chambers"
11 Image 1117: Man seated beside cant on carriage in sawmill. "Oley Dollarhide: sawed at Pokegama 1908-1911; sawed at Algoma 1912-1943; sawed at Ass. Box Dorris '46 to '52. Picture taken last day of sawing -- Algoma" 5/26/1943
11 Image 1118: 6 men around band saw & head rig in Algoma sawmill; 1 man is scaling logs & 1 man rides carriage. "Unidentified; Dad; Al; G. Davis, oiler; Dodson; Art Peterson" August 1912
11 Image 1119: Overview of Algoma planning mill 1931
11 Image 1120: View from hillside of Algoma housing, lumber & sawmill 1925
11 Image 1121: 2 children playing in snow on hillside above Algoma mill above teepee burner; winter; 2 copies 1927
11 Image 1122: Many men & women seated outside wooden building. "Box factory gang, Algoma, Ore" 1918
11 Image 1123: Color photo of ruins. "Algoma Lumber Co. dry kiln still standing after years" 1966
11 Image 1124: Color photo of large old shed. "Sawdust bin at Algoma"
11 Image 1125: Log raft in Agency Lake -- Algoma. Little tug boat moving large raft of logs 1939
11 Image 1127: Overview of mill; "Algoma, Ore"
11 Image 1128: Extension of photo #1127 (panoramic view)
11 Image 1129: Extension of photo #1128 (panoramic view)
11 Image 1130: Extension of photo #1129 (panoramic view)
11 Image 1131: Same as photo #1128
11 Image 1132: Same as photo #1114, although attributed date is 1 year later 1919
11 Image 1133: Overview of sawmill buildings and lake with tugboat pulling log raft. "Algoma mill and pond with raft(?)" Same as photo #1854 1936-1942
11 Image 1135: Log splashing into pond with shed & steam donkey on hillside. "Algoma log dump at mill pond" 1908-1910
11 Image 1136: Piles of scrap lumber, primitive bridge, shed roof, pond & steam or dust. "Algoma mill at Pokegama" 1908-1910
11 Image 1137: Logs in pond, sawmill & steam or dust. "Algoma mill at Pokegama" 1908-1910
11 Image 1138: Close-up of sawmill with stack. "Algoma mill on Klamath River" 1908-1910
11 Image 1139: Looking down on Algoma mill housing & teepee burner from hillside. Old car parked in front of fence 1927
11 Image 1140: Logs going up chain into sawmill. "Algoma mill at Pokegama" 1908-1910
11 Image 1142: 4 unidentified men standing in front of the Southern Pacific railroad station at Algoma. Photo is incorrectly dated 1928 1926
11 Image 1143: 6 men standing by railroad station with big wheels loaded on flatcar. "Moving big wheels -- Algoma getting wheels loaded for Kirk Tolund Mill" 1926
11 Image 1144: Close-up of mill buildings. "Ochoco Lumber Co. Mill at Prineville built by F. Hill Hunter." "Yawkey" 3 copies 1924
11 Image 1145: Close-up of mill buildings, different angle. "Ochoco Lumber Co. Mill at Prineville built by F. Hill Hunter." "Note double band mill with center bay delivery. (?) Daggett & family -- Alexander Yawkey." 3 copies 1924
11 Image 1146: Pokegama Sugar Pine Lumber Co. sawmill and town at Klamathon, near town of Hornbrook in Siskiyou County. This mill burned down in 1902. 3 copies circa 1890-1902
11 Image 1147: View of mill across log pond. "Long Bell bought this mill from Kesterson in 1936 and later became Long Bell Mill at Dorris." 3 copies 1936
11 Image 1148: View of same mill as photo 1147, but from railroad tracks. "Long Bell Mill at Dorris in 1936 shortly after being bought from Kesterson." 2 copies 1936
11 Image 1149: Log pond with loader & railroad in background. "Log dump at Long Bell Mill at Dorris." 2 copies 1936
11 Image 1150: Old gas tractor with 3 men moving logs in decks. "Log storage yard by Long Bell Mill at Dorris" 1936
11 Image 1151: 3 men operating head rig with large cant being sawed. "Inside the Long Bell Mill at Dorris, California" 1936
11 Image 1152: 4 men standing in open door of warehouse. "Machine shop crew at Long Bell Mill at Dorris"
11 Image 1153: Large group of men posing in front of mill. "Sawmill Crew- Long Bell at Dorris"
11 Image 1154: 2 men stacking boards on large pile. "Long Bell Mill lumber yard at Dorris, California"
11 Image 1155: View of mill across log yard. "This was at Dorris, the Kesterson Mill; this was a modern mill and cut 80 thousand feet per shift"
11 Image 1156: Two men standing beside loaded chain drive truck with solid rubber tires. Same men & truck as photo #1157 1900-1934
11 Image 1157: Two men loading chain drive truck with solid rubber tires. Same men & truck as photo #1156 1900-1934
11 Image 1158: 12 men & boys posing in a wooden shed; probably an early sawmill. Original photo was creased
11 Image 1159: Postcard: D.B. Campbell's saw mill at Algoma, dismantled after Algoma L.C. moved from Pokegama to Rattlesnake Point on Upper Klamath Lake; shows new SP railroad grade. Same scene as photo #1160, but different camera angle 1912-1913
11 Image 1160: Postcard: "D.B. Campbell's Saw Mill" at Algoma. Same scene as photo #1159, but different camera angle. 2 copies 1912-1913
11 Image 1161: Postcard: "D.B. Campbell's Saw Mill" showing logs floating on pond. 2 copies 1912-1913
11 Image 1162: 8-9 men posing in shed with stacks of short lumber. "Ewauna Box Factory." Bill Hall is identified. Same as photo #1215
11 Image 1163: Large group of men & women posing in front of mill with tractors. "Ewauna Box Factory." Same as photo #1199 1930
11 Image 1164: Smoke billowing out of log yard, with man & old cars in foreground. "Ewuana Fire Lumber Yard"
11 Image 1165: Looking down on large mill by lake. "Big Lakes and Ewauna Box Co, Klamath Falls, Ore" 1932
11 Image 1166: View of company houses in front of large sawmill; lake in background. "Pelican Bay" 1927
11 Image 1167: View of empty interior of open shed; possibly abandoned sawmill storage shed
11 Image 1168: 3 men with tractor, looking at twisted metal chimneys on mill. "Storm in 1929 that wrecked Lamm's Mill -- mill was promptly rebuilt." "Lamm Lumber Co. after cyclone hit and moved a shed clear across Klamath Lake." 2 copies 1929
11 Image 1169: Steam powered wheel tractor and logging wagon in front of mill. "T.L. Co. Mills" 1900-1920
11 Image 1170: Cargo ships in front of large mill and small town; forested hills in background. "Whitney Mill. Garibaldi, Oregon"
11 Image 1171: Car parked in front of meadow and sawmill. "Edmonds Siemers Sawmill -- East of Sprague River. Description on back. 2 copies
11 Image 1172: Looking down on sawmill and large bay. "Sawmill at Brighton, Oregon on Nehalem Bay"
11 Image 1173: Aerial view of sawmill beside lake, with lumber stacked in background. "Boy Scout Mill after Ellingson purchased" 8/31/1985
11 Image 1174: Looking down on large mill beside river. "The Chiloquin Mill, Chiloquin, OR." "Blocklinger about 1939" 1939
11 Image 1175: Woman with 2 children standing on exterior walkway. "Forest Lumber Company Mill." 2 copies
11 Image 1176: Looking down on lumber sorting deck and sawmill. "Forest Lumber Company Mill"
11 Image 1177: Lumber carrier moving a unit of lumber to rail cars at Hines Lumber Co. plant at Hines, OR 1930s
11 Image 1178: Small mill in swale with logs stacked in foreground. "Sawer Mill in Hogback." Description on back of photo
11 Image 1179: Man standing beside motorized raft and sawmill. "Melvin McCallum and his pond boat." Story on back of photo circa 1938
11 Image 1180: Looking down on ramp with lumber stacks, mill in far background. "McCallum Mill. Used to be Hamaker Mill" 1938
11 Image 1181: Close up view of weather-beaten mill. "Melivin McCallum. Used to be Hamaker Mill" 1938
11 Image 1182: 2 men in front of mill, preparing to dump logs on trailer into pond by hand. "Early Crane Mills at Bly"
11 Image 1183: Many men working on green chain at unidentified sawmill; cut lumber is sorted according to dimension and quality. "Dumping Lumber -- Bella Vista" 1930-1950
11 Image 1184: View of small mill and old cars. "Early Crane Mills at Bly"
11 Image 1185: Men standing in doorway of large metal shed. "Early Crane Mills at Bly"
11 Image 1186: Close view of small weather-beaten mill. "Cache Mill -- Early winter"
11 Image 1187: Unidentified sawmill with several logs on ground & in pond and 3 more arriving on ancient truck; 2 men near pond. "Sawmill -- Old timer -- Location to be got later" circa 1910-1930; 3/15/1980
11 Image 1188: View of mill from river. "Lumber Mill -Pine Ridge, Oregon -- Forest Lumber Co"
11 Image 1189: Lumber stacked on piers with ships (?) and mill in background. "National Mill, Washington." Same as photo #1195 1909
11 Image 1190: "Log drive down Link River to Moore Mill." Looking from tules on east shore of Link River, Klamath Falls; many logs are in river, headed for the Moore Sawmill on Lake Ewauna; frame buildings on far side of river. "The start of construction of Riverside school. Frank Armstrong's house in back of trees, then Suttons, then grist mill just north of it" 1910
11 Image 1191: 4 men on tall lumber stacks. "Frank Gabriel in white shirt; may be at Sawer Mill on Hogback." Same scene as photo #1192. Description on back of photo circa 1917
11 Image 1192: 4 men building a tall lumber stack. "Frank Gabriel in white shirt. Sawer Mill on Hogback." Same scene as photo #1191. Description on back of photo circa 1917
11 Image 1193: Man riding early day forklift to move pallets loaded with boxes labeled "Federal Fruit." Probably battery powered & hard rubber tires. "Jacklift" 1920s
11 Image 1194: Very long logs loaded on several railroad cars in tandem. "Triple cars of spars 121' long." Same as photo #1214
11 Image 1195: Lumber stacked on piers with ships and mill in background. "National Mill, Washington." Same as photo #1189 1909
11 Image 1196: Man in shirtsleeves standing between creek & small mill building. "Ralph Utley by mill at Sprague River"
11 Image 1197: View of men scaling logs, man operating bucking saw & rows of logs riding conveyor belt in sawmill. This is probably Weyerhauser's Klamath mill with several head rigs After 1928
11 Image 1198: View of river and small mill building. "Link River Falls - Moore Mill in foreground"
11 Image 1199: Large group of men & women posing in front of mill with tractors. "Ewauna Box Factory." Same as photo #1163 1930
11 Image 1200: "Lumber yard at Ackley Mill. Later Modoc Lumber Co." Same as photo #106 1911-1913
11 Image 1201: Overview of large modern mill -- Weyerhauser
11 Image 1202: Sawmill with stacked lumber, tall smokestack & men working with lake in background. Sign on building may read: "W.E. SEKHO TN CO"
11 Image 1203: Man in hardhat working on weights. "Bob Lewis Millwright in Hardboard Plant." Description on back 1974
11 Image 1204: Overview of large mill, taken from an outside catwalk
11 Image 1205: 3 men with peaveys & ropes, adding logs to a large deck by rolling them up ramp. "Logging Klamath County." Same as photo #125 (labeled 78-81) 1910-1930
11 Image 1206: 2 men standing beside loaded log truck in snowstorm; log loading crane in background. "1945 Dodge truck -- Long Bell at Dorris." Same as photo #965 1940s
11 Image 1207: Pile of logs by shack in woods. A cold deck waiting at a log chute to go down to the river in Couer d'Alene, ID. Same as photo #489 1923
11 Image 1208: Man standing beside lumber stacker inside a mill to place stickers between each layer of lumber; probably Algoma Lumber Co. circa 1940s
11 Image 1209: Overview of mill from observation catwalk; probably Weyerhauser. May be panorama with photos #1210, 1221, 1223, 1224 & 1227
11 Image 1210: Overview of mill; probably Weyerhauser. May be panorama with photos #1209, 1221, 1223, 1224 & 1227
11 Image 1211: 4 people looking at huge ponderosa pine log on lowboy truck, coming in to Collier Park for display 1940s or 1950s
11 Image 1212: 3 men and 2 horses moving lumber from the mill on dolly to pile it by hand labor for drying 1900-1930s; 9/17/1977
11 Image 1213: Probably raft of logs on Klamath Lake. "1,800,000 ft. logs in this one"
11 Image 1214: Postcard: Very long logs loaded on several railroad cars in tandem. "Triple car of spars 121' long." Same as photo #1194
12 Postcard# 1215: 8-9 men posing in shed with stacks of short lumber. "Ewauna Box Factory." Bill Hall is identified. Same as photo #1162
12 Postcard# 1216: Small unidentified sawmill in operation with piles of lumber & men sorting lumber on green chain circa 1920-1940
12 Postcard# 1217: GMC hard rubber tired truck loaded with lumber 1920-1935
12 Postcard# 1218: 11 men sitting on large deck of logs beside wooden building; building may be part of a sawmill & men appear to be removing logs from deck. "Logging on Klamath River"
12 Postcard# 1219: A small, primitive sawmill in the woods 1900-1930
12 Postcard# 1220: Large steam powered tractor pulling several wagons loaded with logs to mill; Pollock Lumber Co. mill at Jerome, Siskiyou County, CA circa 1915
12 Postcard# 1221: Overview of mill; probably Weyerhauser. May be panorama with photos #1209, 1210, 1223, 1224 & 1227
12 Postcard# 1222: Five men inside of a lumber plant with hand tools. "3rd from left is Benjamin Franklin Ferguson" circa 1930-1945
12 Postcard# 1223: Overview of mill; probably Weyerhauser. May be panorama with photos #1209, 1210, 1221, 1224 & 1227
12 Postcard# 1224: Overview of mill; probably Weyerhauser. May be panorama with photos #1209, 1210, 1221, 1223 & 1227
12 Postcard# 1225: Corliss Twin steam engines powered everything in the mill 1900-1960
12 Postcard# 1227: Overview of mill; probably Weyerhauser. May be panorama with photos #1209, 1210, 1221, 1223 & 1224
12 Postcard# 1228: Steam traction machine pulling 4 wagons loaded with lumber. 2 copies
12 Postcard# 1229: Aerial view of mill with lake in background
12 Postcard# 1230: Far view of rather large mill, taken from edge of lake or pond; cattle grazing. May be same mill as photo #1229
12 Postcard# 1231: 4 men and 4-horse team in front of stacks of lumber being air-dried. Duplicate #17-1871 After 1945
12 Postcard# 1232: Small sawmill with log deck in deep snow
12 Postcard# 1233: Logging with horses and steam tractor engine at Round Mountain, Shasta Co., CA -- flume in background sent lumber 32 miles to Bella Vista, CA. "Donkey No. 2 and Traction Crew, Terry Mills" circa 1900
12 Postcard# 1234: Families sitting or standing on cabin steps lined up along dirt road; probably logging camp near Hilt, CA. "Baby Allie -- Round Mt., Calif. -- Terry Mills" 14 October 1906
12 Postcard# 1235: Mill on south bank of Sprague River near Yainax; constructed in 1923 & changed hands numerous times--see photo ID form for mill ownership After 1923
12 Postcard# 1236: Railroad tracks beside large building under construction. "Hard Board Plant" 1954
12 Postcard# 1237: 2 mill buildings with smokestacks between & ramp or chute going into building on right; different angle than photo #1238
12 Postcard# 1238: 2 mill buildings with smokestacks between & ramp or chute going into building on right; different angle than photo #1237
12 Postcard# 1239: Overview of mill; probably Weyerhauser. Same as photo #1221
12 Postcard# 1241: Inside of well-lighted mill; machinery and lumber stacks. 2 copies
12 Postcard# 1242: Inside of building under construction, with dirt floor, tracks & large hoppers
12 Postcard# 1243: Overview of mill; probably Weyerhauser. Same as photo #1224
12 Postcard# 1244: 2 men on loading crane in front of lumber shed. "P & H Crane building greenchain -- Cecil Haggreen Picture" 1928
12 Postcard# 1245: Crew of men with horse and old tractor, in front of mill; several men are labeled 1932
12 Postcard# 1246: 2 "60" cats and probably McGiffert loader without any swing on the boom pre 1930
12 Postcard# 1247: Men & 2 "60" gasoline Caterpillars with arches 1932
12 Postcard# 1248: A fleet of 5-chain drive Mack trucks with dual axle trailers parked in front of railroad tracks & houses in Chiloquin; a 1935-1936 Ford truck is in background. "Mack trucks; Hollinshead (?) and Simmes (?) out of Bend. Did Blocklinger's hauling -- Wm Helm." Same as photo #1772 circa 1937
12 Postcard# 1249: A "30" Cat hooked to what was once a slip tongue set of big wheels pulled by horses 1925-1935
12 Postcard# 1250: 3 men & white horse working with McGiffert loader to load large ponderosa pine logs on railroad cars. "Algoma logging at Kirk" 1926
12 Postcard# 1251: Barney Chamber (?) Gun Store. Mountain lion, ducks, coyote mounted on high shelf in bar or store
12 Postcard# 1252: Looking south toward Link River bridge & Lake Ewauna
12 Postcard# 1253: Looking east on Main Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon. The American National Bank is under (re)construction
12 Postcard# 1254: 4 men sitting/standing beside new 2nd story wall construction
12 Postcard# 1255: Postcard: covered wagon in foreground, Link River bridge & early Klamath Falls in background
12 Postcard# 1256: Street Scene, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Main Street from about 9th street; school on left
12 Postcard# 1257: View of Klamath Falls taken from eastern hills toward high school and Main Street. 2 copies
12 Postcard# 1258: Klamath Falls, Oregon -- Mt. Shasta in distance. Photo taken from eastern hills toward Lake Ewauna. Courthouse (?) is visible where present high school stands
12 Postcard# 1259: East Side School, Klamath Falls, Oregon. 2 copies
12 Postcard# 1260: Interior of White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls, Oregon
12 Postcard# 1261: 6-horse team horse team pulling 3 wagons connected together in front of Geo. Baldwin hardware & First National Bank
12 Postcard# 1262: Oregon Bank Building, Klamath Falls, Oregon
12 Postcard# 1263: Klamath Falls, Oregon -- looking SW toward Modoc Lumber Co. mill yard and Lake Ewauna
12 Postcard# 1264: East Side School, Klamath Falls, Oregon. "Leo Mostad (?)" School is shown in ornate circular photo setting 1911
12 Postcard# 1265: Postcard: Courthouse, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Postcard has one-cent stamp; from Louis Polin, The Corner Store, Klamath Falls, Oregon
12 Postcard# 1266: Postcard: Store with sign "By Order of Receiver $25,000 worth of dry goods, shoes, ladies suits, gents furnishing goods etc. Thrown to the mercy of the public. Sale Commences Saturday Sept. 4th 10AM." Many people gathered on porch, parked wagon
12 Postcard# 1267: "Klamath Falls, Oregon by moonlight." Taken from hills west of town across Link River bridge. Snowy scene circa 1912
12 Postcard# 1268: "Klamath Falls, 1927." Taken from hills west of town across Lake Ewauna & Main Street. 2 copies 1927
12 Postcard# 1269: White Pelican Hotel foundation and walls after fire. 3 separate views of charred walls, rubble, and foundation
12 Postcard# 1270: Central Klamath Falls, showing old courthouse. Looking south toward Lake Ewauna 1905
12 Postcard# 1271: Postcard: White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls, Oregon; humorous poem about pelicans printed on back of postcard
12 Postcard# 1272: View of 4 men inside store. "Baldwin Hardware interior maybe, H.O. L to R: Fred C. Bamber (?), painter; Lester Kirkpatrick; unknown; George Hum"
12 Postcard# 1273: "Interior View Houston's Opera House"
12 Postcard# 1274: East Klamath Falls showing Ankeny Ditch 1905
12 Postcard# 1275: Link River Electric, showing a man behind counter displaying products for sale. "Sheets did this wing on Swan Lake Molding Co. at Klamath Falls" 1909
12 Postcard# 1276: Winter scene, Klamath Falls, Oregon, showing wagon tracks in snow
12 Postcard# 1277: Winter scene in Klamath Falls, Oregon, showing old cars and horse on Main Street; Star Drug Co. & Keller's Café in foreground, school turret in background
12 Postcard# 1278: Postcard: Klamath Falls, Oregon, looking from western hillside across northern edge of Lake Ewauna. Postcard is addressed to Mr. H.J. Quimby, Midland, Ore. & signed by Mrs. Weldon. Original postcard plus 1 copy 9/17/1910
12 Postcard# 1279: West part of Klamath Falls, taken from Klamath Co. high school grounds on Washington St. between 5th and 6th, looking west showing Ankeny Canal and First Presbyterian Church circa 1905
12 Postcard# 1280: Looking south toward Link River bridge. "Klamath Falls or Linkville before 1900, showing Baldwin and Reams Hardware and the Linkville Hotel" pre 1900
12 Postcard# 1281: Central part of Klamath Falls, looking southeast. Similar to photo #1270, but taken from different viewpoint circa 1905
12 Postcard# 1282: "Organization of Elk's Lodge at Baldwin Hotel." Over 40 ladies & children are shown; only Mrs. Oscar Shires is named 1911
12 Postcard# 1283: East Klamath Falls during the building of the Central School on Main Street. This photo was joined to photo #1274 1905
12 Postcard# 1284: Klamath Falls, Oregon. 3 photos make a panorama, looking toward "K" on eastern hills (plus 1 duplicate photo) circa 1926
12 Postcard# 1285: Main Street Klamath Falls, Oregon, showing First National Bank, Empire Hotel, Waldorf Café & more
12 Postcard# 1286: Aerial photograph of Klamath Falls, showing Link River bridge (looking north). 2 copies 1940
12 Postcard# 1287: Aerial photograph of downtown Klamath Falls, showing Pine, Main & Klamath Streets & high school (looking east). 2 copies 1940
12 Postcard# 1288: Looking southwest from hillside across Link River toward Lake Ewauna & Klamath Falls, showing black smoke from Modoc Lumber Co. mill
2 copies
12 Postcard# 1289: "1036 E. St., Lakeview, Ore." People walking & cars parked along street near J.C. Penny, Safeway & Fetschs stores
2 copies
12 Postcard# 1290: "Lakeview Oregon." Probably taken from hills east of town
3 copies
12 Postcard# 1291: "South Lakeview, Oregon." Either aerial view or taken from hills east of town; shows sawmill in operation. 2 copies Late 1930s
12 Postcard# 1292: Lakeview, Oregon, showing elaborate building in center of town
2 copies
12 Postcard# 1293: Man driving loaded horse-drawn cart labeled "Kenyon Transfer Co." Central School is visible in background
12 Postcard# 1294: Lodge at Crater Lake, Oregon. Lodge is under construction & many men work around foundation 1914-1915
12 Postcard# 1295: Crater Lake lodge from almost the same photo angle as photo #1294. Lodge is finished in this photo & landscape is radically altered. 2 copies early 1900s
12 Postcard# 1296: Phantom Ship, Crater Lake, Oregon
12 Postcard# 1297: Cars parked & tents set up near Crater Lake Lodge circa 1916
12 Postcard# 1298: Crater Lake snow removal. 1 man operating snow cat & 1 man standing by snowed-in building 1938
12 Postcard# 1299: Crater Lake snow removal. 3 men with snow cat & sitting on building that is snowed in 1938
12 Postcard# 1300: Postcard: Parade float for Swan Lake Molding Co., Retail Lumber
12 Postcard# 1301: Postcard: "B.P.O.E. 1247 parade, Klamath Falls, Oregon." "Harold Moreow" (?) is written on back 6/26/1911
12 Postcard# 1302: "County Fair 1907(?) Held on the site of the present S. P. Depot." Many people & horses in front of grandstand, town in background
12 Postcard# 1303: Man walking on large building under construction
12 Postcard# 1304: End view of large building under construction with cars parked
12 Postcard# 1305: Man inside of nearly completed wood building (barn)
12 Postcard# 1306: Side view of large building under construction
12 Postcard# 1307: Building interior with sunlight visible through unfinished roof
12 Postcard# 1308: Men working on roof construction with Swan Lake Molding Co. Retail Lumber Building Supplies truck parked beside
12 Postcard# 1309: View of roof trusses on large building under construction (looks like a barn)
12 Postcard# 1310: End view of large unfinished building
12 Postcard# 1311: Side view of large unfinished building
12 Postcard# 1312: Another side view of large unfinished building
12 Postcard# 1313: Men standing on round foundation at construction site (perhaps at a mill site)
12 Postcard# 1314: Far view of huge building under construction. "Building Weyerhauser hardboard plant" 1953-1954
12 Christmas card with 2 photos: Devere Helfrich standing beside rock wall & Helen Helfrich standing beside 'Greek oven.' Envelope says "Wall Carr Ranch"
12 Additional postcards (20) - all from Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, New York
Postcard# 1: The Concord stagecoach (museum exhibit)
Postcard# 2: Interior Camp Cedars, Forked Lake, N.Y
Postcard# 3: Logging diorama, stripping hemlock bark
Postcard# 4: Marion River Carry Railroad (museum exhibit); operated from 1900-1929
Postcard# 5: Cutting and loading ice (model)
Postcard# 6: Theodore Roosevelt at North Creek, N.Y. (model of train and station)
Postcard# 7: Logging diorama, sprinkler wagon and light load of logs
Postcard# 8: Main museum building
Postcard# 9: Logging diorama, banking logs on lake (with Aurora borealis)
Postcard# 10: Logging diorama, logging camp interior
Postcard# 11: Beaver house (diorama)
Postcard# 12: Logging diorama, piling logs on skidway
Postcard# 13: Logging diorama, log jam
Postcard# 14: Hunter's camp (diorama)
Postcard# 15: Jacking deer (diorama)
Postcard# 16: Oil painting by A.F. Tait "An Anxious Moment Suspense" 1880
Postcard# 17: Logging diorama, kedging logs in spring
Postcard# 18: Log hotel in Adirondacks, built in 1876
Postcard# 19: Private railroad car built for Austin Corbin in the 1890s, named the "Oriental;" purchased by August Belmont in 1897 & renamed the "Louisville"
Postcard# 20: "The Osprey" steamboat, owner C.W. Durant, Jr. in 1882, later owned by J. Harvey Ladew & renamed "Osprey"
13 Image 1315: 4 men working on large beam that is held in place by hoist, in front of large open shed
13 Image 1316: Man walking by hugh building that is partly completed
13 Image 1317: Building interior (looks like an office storeroom)
13 Image 1318: "W. Hotel." Large 2-story building with many windows & ladder escapes
Bob Lewis
1938
13 Image 1319: Men, horses, and wagon in front of "The Copper City Mercantile Co. -- General Merchandise -- Miner's Supplies"
13 Image 1320: Men, women & 2 old autos in front of Jackson Hotel. Same as photo #1334
13 Image 1321: 2 story building with many windows. "Townsend Flats on Pine between 5th & 6th; now a parking lot." Description on back
Bob Lewis
circa 1912
13 Image 1322: Interior view of hardware (?) store; "Mastercard" advertisement
13 Image 1323: Front of D.A. Kenyon's Firestone Tires store. "O.K. Blacksmith and Forging Shop"
13 Image 1324: Horse-drawn transfer bus with passengers parked in front of O-K-Transfer Co. & Bradley Harness Co.
13 Image 1325: Man standing in horse-drawn cart in snow
13 Image 1326: Looking down on several buildings in forest clearing. "Winter scene at National." Poor quality photo 1909
13 Image 1327: Postcard: Box Factory and Power House, Lassen Box and Lumber Co, Susanville, California
Thompson photograph
13 Image 1328: Postcard: Main Street Susanville looking east. Street is dirt surface; Pioneer bar & Grand Café are shown
Thompson's Studio photograph
13 Image 1329: Inside of a store (looks like hardware)
13 Image 1330: Possibly the same store- hammers and pipe wrenches
13 Image 1331: Postcard: Men, women, children, horse standing in front of Sierra House and Saloon. "El Dorado County, Calif"
13 Image 1332: Snowy scene, water, trees & buildings. "Office Front Lumber Company"
Bob Lewis
13 Image 1333: Horses and wheeled vehicles in front of W.J. Bauman Blacksmithing building. "Bonanza, early day thrashing machine"
Bob Lewis; From Bechdolt
13 Image 1334: Men, women & 2 old autos in front of Jackson Hotel. Same as photo #1320
13 Image 1335: 2 men and 1 woman standing on porch of large white house
13 Image 1336: 2 men in doorway of barn
Bob Lewis
13 Image 1337: 8 horses and 3 wagons full of wool sacks in front of Reed Stables; probably going to Shaniko or Thrall
13 Image 1338: 2 men beside "Royce Cabin," an unfinished log cabin with newer shed attached 4/28/1981
13 Image 1339: Algoma around 1918. Hotel: kitchen, barber shop in basement. Description on back of photo
Bob Lewis
circa 1918
13 Image 1340: First National Bank. Back of photo is dated 1982, but cars are from previous era
Kennell-Ellis photograph; Bob Lewis
1982
13 Image 1341: IOOF Building with KKK clothing store & Temple Theatre shown. Many people & horses in street
13 Image 1343: Log building -- Harriman Lodge
(Klamath County) Museum; Bob Lewis
1982
13 Image 1344: 2 log cabins in winter snow; possibly at Collier Park
13 Image 1345: Man and woman posing outside of The Vora Inn; board roof
13 Image 1346: 5 women, 2 men posing outside of Fife (?) & Amicke clothing store, women dressed as pioneers
13 Image 1347: Men & boys with guns, standing by meat market and saloon, 3rd and Main Streets. Illegible phrase on back of photo
13 Image 1348: 2 men fishing in dugout canoe
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13/1 Miscellaneous Native American Baskets
Image 1349: Small portion of the 540 baskets & mats acquired by the McLeods; baskets collected in 1869-1870 by Amos Gotshall. More description on back of photo
Image 1350: Postcard: Klamath Indian mortars, pestles & baskets
Image 1351: Edith McLeod showing Carrol Howe a basket design. More description on back of photo
Image 1352: Indian woman sitting in open tent, weaving basket circa 1910
Image 1353: Edith McLeod with baskets; probably same collection as in photo #1349. More description on back of photo
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13/2 Canoes
Image 1354: 2 people dressed as Native American and 1 man exercise clothes, rowing a canoe
Image 1355: Same 3 people in canoe from different angle, with rowboat & swimmers visible behind canoe & shore visible on right
Image 1356: Same 3 people in canoe with another Native American seated on horse standing in the water
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13/3 Tepees
Image 1357: Postcard: "Indian Village, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Teepees & old cars in front of houses 1929
Image 1358: Postcard: "Indian Congress Parade, 1929, Klamath Falls, Ore." Nighttime photo of tents in photo #1357, with torchlight circle around telephone pole 1929
Image 1359: Postcard: "Teepees, Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Closeup of 2 teepees 1929
Image 1360: Postcard: Young boy in Native American dress sitting in front of small teepee 1929
Image 1361: Postcard: "Indian Congress, 1929, Klamath Falls, Ore." People moving & working around 3 teepees 1929
Image 1362: "Klamath Falls Indian Congress, 1929." People working around teepees; grandstand in background. May be postcard reprint 1929
Image 1363: Postcard: "Indian Congress, 1929." People working around teepees with round-roofed building in background 1929
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13/4 Parade with Native Americans
Image 1364: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." People dressed as Native Americans on old flatbed truck 1929
Image 1365: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." 2 Native Americans riding horses in parade 1929
Image 1366: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans riding on old flatbed truck 1929
Image 1367: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." 2 Native Americans riding horses in parade by Kodak store. 2 copies 1929
Image 1368: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans riding on old flatbed truck in parade. 3 copies 1929
Image 1369: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans riding on old flatbed truck in parade. 3 copies 1929
Image 1370: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans on old flatbed truck in front of Hotel (?)-A-K-E 1929
Image 1371: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans riding on old flatbed truck 1929
Image 1372: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." 7 men dressed as cowboys riding horses in parade 1929
Image 1373: Postcard: "Parade, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." 4 Indian women riding horses in parade 1929
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13/5 War Dance
Image 1374: Postcard: "War Dance, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans standing in large circle near corral 1929
Image 1375: Postcard: "1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore, War Dance." Many Native Americans dancing near corral, while cowboys watch 1929
Image 1376: Postcard: "War Dance, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans dancing & drumming near corral, while cowboys watch 1929
Image 1377: Postcard: "Dance, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans women standing in a row beside men squatting in circle 1929
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13/6 Fireworks
Image 1378: Postcard: "Indians burn wagon train, 1929 Indian Congress Pageant." Covered wagons, nighttime scene. 5 copies 1929
Image 1379: 3 Postcard: Indian Congress, War Dance Pageant, Klamath Falls, Ore, War Dance Pageant." Nighttime, Indians visible 1929
Image 1380: Postcard: "Shooting of Capt. Canby, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Nighttime, teepees visible. 8 copies 1929
Image 1381: Postcard: "1929 Indian Congress, Fireworks, Klamath Falls, Ore." 3 copies 1929
Image 1382: Postcard: "Pageant, 1929 Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore." Nighttime, people moving around covered wagons. 2 copies 1929
Image 1383: Postcard: 1929 Indian Congress, Fireworks, Klamath Falls, Ore." 7 copies plus 1 negative 1929
Image 1384: Postcard: Covered wagons around fireworks. 2 copies 1929
Image 1385: Postcard: "1929 Indian Pageant, Fireworks, Klamath Falls Ore. Indian Congress." Fireworks make a silhouette and spell out "Tobey Riddle." 3 copies 1929
Image 1386: Postcard: "1929 Indian Congress Pageant, Klamath Falls, Ore." Nighttime scene, Indians grouped around fireworks. 5 copies 1929
Image 1387: Postcard: "Soldiers burning Indian village, 1929 Indian Congress Pageant, Klamath Falls, Ore." Native Americans gathered around teepees with fire nearby. 4 copies 1929
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13/7 Native American Children and Parents / Others
Image 1388: Postcard: "So Shy," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Small Indian child looking shy 1929
Image 1389: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Indian baby dressed in white 1929
Image 1390: Postcard: "Isaac Lee," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Indian child standing by teepee; dressed in traditional clothes including large Indian feather headdress. 2 copies 1929
Image 1391: Postcard: "Rose Marie," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Baby being carried in decorated cradle board on mother's back. 2 copies of 1 postcard, 1 of slightly different postcard 1929
Image 1392: Postcard: "Hula," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Same child as postcard #1388, slightly different pose. 2 copies 1929
Image 1393: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Close-up of young Indian girl. 2 copies 1929
Image 1394: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Same child as postcard #1393, slightly different pose 1929
Image 1395: Postcard: "Mickaninie's Kow-Kow" -- "Warm meals at all hours." Indian mother seated on ground and breastfeeding 2 children. Probably taken at Indian Congress. 1 postcard plus 3 photo reproductions of this postcard 1929
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13/8 Individual and Paired Female Native Americans
Image 1396: 3 Native American women and 4 children in traditional dress; others in background. Color photo, 5 copies December 1980
Image 1397: Postcard: 2 Native American women in traditional decorated dress and feather headdress 1929
Image 1398: Postcard: "Queen Melisa Parr," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American woman in traditional decorated dress and feather headdress; looks like woman in postcard #1397 1929
Image 1399: Postcard: "Susan," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, 1929- 3 negatives with prints, 2 postcards. Older Native American woman in traditional dress, holding horse by reins 1929
Image 1400: Postcard: "Queen Melisa Parr," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American woman in traditional decorated dress and feather headdress; same woman as in postcards #1397-1398. 1 photo & 2 postcards 1929
Image 1401: Native American woman in traditional decorated dress and feather headdress; looks like Melisa Parr in #1397, 1398, 1400. 3 photos and 2 negatives 1929
Image 1402: Postcard: "Queen Melisa Parr," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Same woman as #1397, 1398, 1400, 1401. 1 postcard & 1 photo 1929
Image 1403: Postcard: Native American woman in non-traditional dress, wearing decorated "apron," jewelry & blanket
Image 1404: Postcard: Older Native American woman in non-traditional dress, wearing same decorated "apron," jewelry & blanket as woman in photo #1403
Image 1405: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 2 Native American women in traditional dress, mounted on horses with decorated saddles 1929
Image 1406: Postcard: Older Native American woman with lined face & cloth headdress
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13/9 Horse Races
Image 1407: Postcard: Indian Congress. Shows spectators filling a roofless grandstand. 4 copies 1929
Image 1408: Postcard: "Bare back wrestling," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 4 men struggling on horseback, 1 man on foot pointing at man on horseback in traditional Indian dress 1929
Image 1409: Postcard: Spectators filling a large, covered grandstand. 2 copies 1929
Image 1410: Postcard: "Horse Race, July 4, 1929," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 4 horses racing past crowded covered grandstand. 4 copies 1929
Image 1411: Postcard: "July 4, 1929," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 2 horses racing past crowded covered grandstand. 4 copies 1929
Image 1412: Postcard: "July 4, 1929," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 2 horses racing past crowded covered grandstand; very similar to postcard #1411 1929
Image 1413: Postcard: Spectators filling a large, covered grandstand; similar to postcard #1409. 2 copies 1929
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14/10 Male Native Americans, Individuals & Groups
Image 1414: Native American man in traditional dress with feather headdress and small drum, mounted bareback on white horse. "Chief Finley Wilson"
Image 1415: 5 Native American men in traditional and non-traditional dress; small drum, bow & arrows. "Gomer (?) Pompey at right (Dice Crane), Crain (?) Boys and Finley Wilson"
Image 1416: Same men as photo #1415, in different pose; 1 man is posed in boxing stance
Image 1417: 4 men, same men as in photos #1415-1416, in different pose
Image 1418: Same 4 men as in photos #1415-1417, in different pose
Image 1419: Same 4 men as in photos #1415-1418, in different pose
Image 1420: Same 4 men as in photos #1415-1419, in different pose
Image 1421: Postcard: Native American man in full feather headdress
Image 1422: Postcard: "Ben Wright." Native American man in traditional dress with feather headdress, bows & arrows
Image 1423: Postcard: "Columbia George," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American man in traditional dress & feather headdress standing beside teepee. Same as photo #1439 1929
Image 1424: Postcard: Close-up of Native American man in traditional dress & feather headdress
Image 1425: Postcard: "July 4th 1929," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American woman in traditional dress mounted on horse with elaborate tack, standing on race course 1929
Image 1426: Postcard: "Karok participants in the White Deerskin Dance." 2 native American men in traditional dress & headdress, with men holding deerskins behind them. See also postcard #1451 early 1900s
Image 1427: Postcard: "Captain Jack leader of the Modoc renegade Indians after his capture in 1873 -- Ending the Modoc War and the need for the Van Brimmer Fort." National Archives photo of Captain Jack as prisoner
Image 1428: Postcard: "Joe Peplule," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American man in traditional dress & sombrero, standing in front of teepees. Same name, different spelling as #1435 1929
Image 1429: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 2 Native American men in traditional dress & full feather headdresses, standing in front of teepees 1929
Image 1430: "Chief Schonchin -- Applegate and he kept the Indians at Yainax from joining Captain Jack in the Modoc War." Native American man in buckskin clothing, posed with tomahawk, bow & arrows
Image 1431: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American man in traditional leggings & full feather headdresses, holding blanket, standing in front of teepee 1929
Image 1432: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American boy in blanket & full feather headdress, sitting in front of teepee. 3 copies 1929
Image 1433: Postcard: "Mack Quinn," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American man with bone shirtfront & full feather headdress 1929
Image 1434: Postcard: "Elbert Williams," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American man with unusual, tall feather headdress 1929
Image 1435: Postcard: "Joe Replule," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American man in traditional dress & unusual headdress, standing in front of teepees. Same name, different spelling as #1428 1929
Image 1436: Native American man in mostly traditional dress & hair fanned out straight in "Mohawk" fashion 1929
Image 1437: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Native American man in traditional dress & headdress, standing beside teepee. 1 postcard & 1 photograph 1929
Image 1438: Postcard: Native American man in traditional dress, decorative belt & headdress, standing beside teepee 1929
Image 1439: "Columbia George." Native American man in traditional dress & feather headdress standing beside teepee. Same as postcard #1423 1929
Image 1440: "Columbia George." Native American man in traditional dress & feather headdress standing beside teepee. Same as photo #1439 but different pose 1929
Image 1441: Native American man in traditional dress & feather headdress standing in front of teepees 1929
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14/11 Cowboys
Image 1442: Postcard: "Winners of Bucking Contest," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 3 Native American men in chaps and cowboy hats, standing in front of many spectators; men are labeled "1st, 2nd, 3rd" 1929
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14/12 Rodeo
Image 1443: Postcard: "Russel White wins 2nd money on 'Vetrinary,' Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man riding bucking horse in fenced enclosure. 2 copies 1929
Image 1444: Postcard: "Chas Paxton on War Whoop," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man losing hat as he rides bucking horse in fenced enclosure. 2 copies 1929
Image 1445: Postcard: "Bull Bagley on a wild horse," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Spectators watch man on rearing horse 1929
Image 1446: Postcard: "C. Russell on Mule," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man without hat landing on bucking horse in fenced enclosure 1929
Image 1447: Postcard: "Ray Marlon on Mule," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Spectators watch man without hat riding a bucking horse in fenced enclosure 1929
Image 1448: Postcard: "Herman Jackson picking daisies at 'Sundown,'" Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man falling off bucking horse with 3 riders approaching; grandstand in background 1929
Image 1449: Postcard: "Irving Chocktoot on Hell Gate," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man with cowboy hat riding bucking horse in fenced enclosure 1929
Image 1450: Postcard: "Bare Back Wrestling," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 4 men on horses; 1 man is falling off 1929
Image 1451: Postcard: "Karok Indian White Deerskin Dance (World Renewal Ceremony)." Many men in traditional Native American dress & non-traditional, holding deerskins on poles. See also postcard #1426 early 1900s
Image 1452: Postcard: "Down in the dust," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Bucking horse falling backwards on rider in fenced enclosure; other riders are nearby 1929
Image 1453: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Many Native American men in contemporary clothes; 8 men kneeling; appear to be drumming on/with wood boards 1929
Image 1454: Postcard: "Gilbert George wins 1st money on 'Shooting Star,'" Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man riding bucking horse in front of spectators in fenced enclosure. 2 copies 1929
Image 1455: Postcard: "E. Duffy on 'Colorado,'" Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man riding bucking horse in fenced enclosure. 2 copies 1929
Image 1456: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man without hat riding bucking horse in fenced enclosure 1929
Image 1457: Postcard: "Raymond Pompil on a sport model jack ass," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man without hat riding a striped bucking burro with other men in fenced enclosure. 2 copies 1929
Image 1458: Postcard: Indian Congress, Klamath Falls. 3 men on racing horses; 1 man has number 9 on his back. 2 copies. 1929
Image 1459: Postcard: "Jack Crimm," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man riding bucking white horse in fenced enclosure, with spectators on fence 1929
Image 1460: Postcard: "Roy Gardner on 'Capt. Jack,'" Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man without hat riding bucking horse in fenced enclosure, with spectators on fence 1929
Image 1461: Postcard: "Just before the fall," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Man riding bucking horse that appears to be falling backwards; men on horses are watching 1929
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14/13 Parade without Native Americans
Image 1462: Postcard: "Log rolling contest," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. "Dug Puckett." 2 men are using peavey poles to roll logs on street; large crowd of spectators. 2 copies 1929
Image 1463: Postcard: "Watching the loggers," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Many spectators line street with storefronts; axe & saws are in foreground. 2 copies 1929
Image 1464: Postcard: "Axe throwing contest," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 2 men are standing in street with axes; wood round and camera in front of them; spectators in background 1929
Image 1465: Postcard: "Axe throwing contest," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Same scene as #1464, but 1 man has thrown axe. "July 4th 1929, Main St., Klamath Falls, Oregon." 3 copies 7/4/1929
Image 1466: Postcard: "Parade," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 2 old cars driving down commercial street with many spectators, cars & bicycles; photo taken at same place as #1469, 1470. 2 copies 1929
Image 1467: Postcard: "Log rolling contest," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. 3 men rolling log with peavey poles, spectators, camera & band. "Log rolling contest: Loggers vs. Mill men, Main St. of Klamath Falls, July 4th." 2 copies 7/4/1929
Image 1468: Postcard: "Parade," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Soldiers in WWI uniforms march down main street; spectators & old cars; Central school in background. 5 copies 1929
Image 1469: Postcard: "Parade," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Old car with Indian standing & waving, spectators; photo taken at same place as #1466, 1470 1929
Image 1470: Postcard: "Parade," Indian Congress, Klamath Falls, Ore. Small band with drum major, spectators; photo taken at same place as #1466, 1469 1929
14 Image 1471: Dog sled team lying in snow; possibly at Collier Park April 1965
14 Image 1472: Man walking by dog sled team standing on plowed road in snow; probably same team as photo #1471-1473
14 Image 1473: 2 men on sled behind dog sled team standing in snow; probably same team as photo #1471-1472. "Eldon Alt Dog Team"
14 Image 1474: 2 men standing in open pole barn; probably the blacksmith display at Collier Park. Blacksmiths and shops were essential parts of early logging June 1960
14 Image 1475: Older woman in old cabin (probably the blacksmith shop) with tools displayed on walls; probably at Collier Park
14 Image 1476: Man and woman holding a large book; probably at Collier Park
14 Image 1477: Two men holding a large book; older man & book is same as photo #1476; probably at Collier Park
14 Image 1478: River with road in foreground, conifer trees in background; probably the same river in photos #1478-1482 August 1960
14 Image 1479: River with sagebrush in foreground, pine trees on banks; probably the same river in photos #1478-1482 August 1960
14 Image 1480: River close up with pine trees in background; probably the same river in photos #1478-1482 August 1960
14 Image 1481: Bridge over Williamson River at Collier Park; probably the same river in photos #1478-1482 August 1960
14 Image 1482: River close up with pine trees and willows on banks; probably the same river in photos #1478-1482 August 1960
14 Image 1483: Small rustic cabin with sign in front reading "Museum Parking Area;" at Collier Park September 1960
14 Image 1484: Simple wooden home with rock fireplace and grass lawn; probably at Collier Park September 1960
14 Image 1485: View of parking lot and grassy area; probably at Collier Park August 1960
14 Image 1486: Close-up of river from under a bridge; pine trees and grass on banks with a bench near water; probably the same bridge as photo #1487 November 1980
14 Image 1487: Farther view of river and bridge at Collier Park; probably the same bridge as photo #1486 November 1980
14 Image 1488: Close-up of river with pine trees and grass on banks with a bench near water; same scene as photo #1486, but taken from on top of the bridge November 1980
14 Image 1489: Old Steam Donkey on sled. Probably taken at Collier Park September 1960
14 Image 1490: Steam Tractor; used to replace horses, prior to crawler tractors. Probably taken at Collier Park pre 1904; September 1960
14 Image 1491: Steam Tractor parked in open area. Probably taken at Collier Park August 1960
14 Image 1492: Portable steam engine, used to power a small sawmill or farm equipment--not self-propelled. Probably taken at Collier Park pre 1904; September 1960
14 Image 1493: Another portable steam engine, used to power a small sawmill or farm equipment--not self-propelled. Probably taken at Collier Park pre 1904; September 1960
14 Image 1494: Self-propelled steam tractor, probably used to pull logging wagons from woods to mill. Probably taken at Collier Park pre 1904; August 1960
14 Image 1495: Early arch pulled by caterpillar; logging wagon; big wheels pulled by horses. See description on photo ID form. Probably taken at Collier Park 1910-1935; August 1960
14 Image 1496: Slip tongue big wheels. See description on photo ID form. Probably taken at Collier Park 1920s
14 Image 1497: Pull grader in foreground; logging arch converted to "snag pusher" in background. See description on photo ID form. Photo taken at Collier Park 1920-1935
14 Image 1498: Close up of "snag pusher" in photo #1497, side view. Photo taken at Collier Park 1920-1935
14 Image 1499: Close up of "snag pusher" in photo #1497, front view. Photo taken at Collier Park 1920-1935
14 Image 1500: Two sets of big wheels at Collier Park. "End of the two horses and high wheels" November 1980
14 Image 1501: Corliss steam engine at Collier Park 1900-1960
14 Image 1502: Large pine log on display at Collier Park
14 Image 1503: Stove, pots and harness in open pole barn at Collier Park. "Corner of blacksmith shop." Description on back of photo
14 Image 1504: Dolbeer steam donkey; very early steam yarding donkey with vertical drum. See description on photo ID form. Photo taken at Collier Park circa 1910-1920
14 Image 1505: 2 open structures in snow at Collier Park Logging Museum used to protect displays from weather November 1980
14 Image 1506: Dolbeer steam donkey; same as in photo #1504, but still on truck. 6 men stand in front of donkey, ready to unload and place donkey. Photo taken at Collier Park. 2 copies circa 1910-1920
14 Image 1507: Portable steam engine on a lowboy; used to power small sawmill or farm equipment 1900-1930; October 1961
14 Image 1508: International truck (gasoline powered) with portable steam engine loaded on lowboy. Probably at Collier Park 1940s; October 1961
14 Image 1509: Undercarriage of a McGiffert loader. 2 of these machines are at Collier Park circa 1920s; October 1961
14 Image 1510: Big Lakes Box Co. McGiffert #42 being set for display at Collier Park; note newly laid railroad (Skeleton) track
14 Image 1511: Caterpillar front end loader & unloader owned by Modoc Lumber Co. next to Corliss steam engine at Collier Park
14 Image 1512: Front-end loader setting large log for display at Collier Park
14 Image 1513: Ned Putnam Crane loading a big log. Same as photo #944 1950-1960
14 Image 1514: Crane being used to erect a building at Collier Park. "Collier Park Raising Truss"
15 Image 1515: 2 Corliss steam engines to provide primary power for sawmill. "Oregonian #10" 1900-1960
15 Image 1516: Kenworth truck bringing in a log for display at Collier Park. Name on truck is almost illegible: possibly John A. Neiderer Lowell Jones is standing in right background 1970s
15 Image 1517: Close up of "snag pusher" in photo #1497, back view. Photo taken at Collier Park 1920-1935; January 1978
15 Image 1518: 4 men standing in front of low bed truck & trailer loaded with logging equipment for display at Collier Park. Lowell Jones is standing on right circa 1960-1990
15 Image 1519: 2 men walking on log frame of building under construction. "Collier Park -- raising trusses"
15 Image 1520: Framing for an open pole barn; probably at Collier Park June 1961
15 Image 1521: International truck hauling the underpinnings of a McGiffert log loader, probably being cut up for scrap 1945-1950s; October 1961
15 Image 1522: 3 men standing by 1 low bed truck loaded with heavy equipment, 1 logging truck with big logs & 1 old dump truck; in Collier Park. Probably Lowell Jones is walking away in center of photo
15 Image 1523: 7 men using crane to lift up heavy equipment; probably in Collier Park
15 Image 1524: 4 men using crane with gang saw suspended, being unloaded for display in Collier Park. Sash gang saw is from Weyerhauser circa 1960-1970
15 Image 1525: 4 men putting together the gang saw at Collier Park; Weyerhauser donated this machine to Collier Park logging museum. Same saw as in photo #1524
15 Image 1526: 5 men working with crane, putting the heavy top on the gang saw for Collier Park. Same saw as shown in photos #1524-1525
15 Image 1527: Elmer Zimmerman & Lowell Jones standing on ladders to mount sign in pole shed that houses Collins steam engine at Collier State Park Logging Museum
15 Image 1528: Crane hanging sign on peak of open pole barn at Collier Park; sign reads "International Paper Company"
15 Image 1529: 3 men in front of pole barn with sign at Collier Park; 1 man is probably a Collier
15 Image 1530: Low bed trailer carrying huge piece of logging equipment; being unloaded for display at Collier Park July 1978
15 Image 1531: One big log on dual axle trailer and 3-axle truck. Young boy is standing on wheels circa 1939
15 Image 1532: 8 men including Lowell Jones standing in front of self-loading flatbed truck and open pole shed; Collier Park. 2 photos (1-B&W, 1-color)
15 Image 1533: 4 men with D4 Caterpillar putting a large Ponderosa pine log in place at Collier Park; Carl Stiles is nearest to cat 1958-1959
15 Image 1534: Beloit tree shear & de-limber owned by Gilchrist Timber Co. & given to Collier Park; an early version tree harvester circa 1960s
15 Image 1535: Close up of Beloit tree harvester's cutting head with welder working on it. Photo taken in Collier Park 1960-1970s
15 Image 1536: Close up of welder working on Beloit tree harvester's cutting head while loaded on Gilchrist Timber Co. truck #42. Photo taken in Collier Park 1960-1970s
15 Image 1537: Men working around Beloit tree harvester in Collier Park 1960-1970s
15 Image 1538: Truck tractor with double low bed trailer in front of "Oregon History" sign at Collier Park 1960-1970s
15 Image 1539: Beloit tree harvester still loaded on tractor trailer in Collier Park (different angle from photo #1542) 1960-1970s
15 Image 1540: Beloit tree harvester coming into Collier Park still on Lowboy. See story about Lowell Jones on photo ID form 1960-1970s
15 Image 1541: Beloit tree harvester parked at Collier Park 1960-1970s
15 Image 1542: Beloit tree harvester still loaded on tractor trailer in Collier Park (different angle from photo #1539) 1960-1970s
15 Image 1543: Postcard: Young girl standing in front of Case & Westinghouse steam tractors at Collier Park. Description on back of postcard
Modoc Press, Klamath Falls, OR
15 Image 1544: Postcard: Children in front of 2 huge logs on display at Collier Park. Description on back of postcard
Modoc Press, Klamath Falls, OR
15 Image 1545: Postcard: Castle Crag State Park; river in foreground, crags in background
Eastman's Studio, Susanville, CA; H.S. Crocker, San Francisco, CA
15 Image 1546: Postcard: Wheel sign at south entrance of Collier State Park logging museum. Description on back of postcard
Modoc Press, Klamath Falls, OR
15 Image 1547: Postcard: Spring Creek bridge at Collier Park in winter. More description on back of postcard
Leon Stumpff photo; Floyds Studio, Klamath Falls, OR
1967
15 Image 1548: Postcard: Whiskey Jack bird at Collier Park. More description on back of postcard
Leon Stumpff photo; Floyds Studio, Klamath Falls, OR
1968
15 Image 1549: Note card: Collier Memorial State Park watercolor by RHW. Description on back of card
15 Image 1550: Postcard: Large pile of snakes. 1-cent stamp affixed
Glen Johnson copyright
1909
15 Image 1551: Postcard: Gravel road beside lake with rock and wooden fence barriers; island visible in background. "Algoma Point, Ore"
15 Image 1552: Postcard: Man in canoe rowing on lake by tents & cabins. "Mt. Theilson and Diamond Lake, Ore;" different view than #1557
Circle H photo
15 Image 1553: Postcard: Many young pelicans on rocky shore of large lake. "Klamath Lake pelican"
15 Image 1554: Postcard: People sitting on shore near cabins and boating on lake. "Boat landing -- Diamond Lake, Ore"
Circle H photo
15 Image 1555: Postcard: Entrance sign to Crater Lake National Park, built with large ponderosa pine logs; cabin behind entrance
15 Image 1556: Postcard: 5-6 elk standing in pen near shed. "Oh! Boy -- elk for lunch"
Underwood's Pharmacy Kodak Department, Klamath Falls, OR
15 Image 1557: Postcard: People rowing on lake by tents & cabins. "Mt. Theilson and Diamond Lake;" different view than #1552
Circle H photo
15 Image 1558: Older man & woman sitting in hollow log display at Collier Park. Sign reads "Shanty Boy's Hidey Hole"
15 Image 1559: Same couple as in photo #1558 seated in front of a cabin at Collier Park. Sign reads "Loggers Homestead"
15 Image 1560: (a) Wooden sign at Collier State Park: "Trappers Cabin"
15 Image 1560: (b) Negative of couple sitting under "Loggers Homestead" sign January 1981
15 Image 1561: Poor quality enlargement of "The Loggers" sign
Geo. W. Gomes
9/3/1955
15 Image 1562: Sign on rough wooden door reading: "'B-Y-XABUS' or 'Chic Sales Castle'" at Collier Park cabin
15 Image 1563: Man leaning on "high wheels" at Collier Park. Sign reads "Cat Type-Slip Tongue High Wheels"
15 Image 1564: Sign on heavy equipment at Collier Park reading: "Late swing boom McGiffert log loader," etc
15 Image 1565: Sign on wooden shed at Collier Park reading: "Early stiff boom McGiffert log loader," etc
15 Image 1566: Wheel sign at south entrance of Collier State Park logging museum. "State Park Logging Museum"
15 Image 1567: Dedication plaque at Collier Park: "Charles Morse Collier and Janet McCornack Collier -- Memorial State Park 10/6/1956
15 Image 1568: Man behind "Logger's Boots" sign at Collier Park. Back of photo reads "A.M.C"
15 Image 1569: Dedication plaque at Collier Park -- far view of monument. Same scene as photo #1567 September 1960
15 Image 1570: Close up of "Oregon History -- Peter Skene Ogden" sign at Collier Park December 1980
15 Image 1571: Sign reading "Explorer's Cabin," etc. at Collier Park November 1980
15 Image 1572: Sign reading "Timber is a Crop," etc. at Collier Park November 1980
15 Image 1573: Sign reading "Kosh Born 1449," etc. at Collier Park November 1980
15 Image 1574: Looking down into river gorge. "Snake River Dam"
Ernie Tolland photo
1965
15 Image 1575: Looking down along river gorge. Probably Snake River Canyon
Ernie Tolland photo
15 Image 1576: Old cars driving through entrance made of large ponderosa pine logs, next to cabin. Sign reads "Crater Lake National Park." "South Gate to Cr. L. Nat. Park"
Bob Lewis
1926
15 Image 1577: River with rocky shore and trees on bank. "Nisqually River"
15 Image 1578: "Section of Co. road near National WN" Probably a primitive "company" logging road, Weyerhauser Tbr. Co.
15 Image 1579: Distant photo of Mt. Dome in Northeast Siskiyou, CA, about 5 miles south of Lower Klamath Lake
15 Image 1580: "Snake River dam below Brownlee -- Hells Canyon"
Ernie Tolland photo
October 1965
15 Image 1581: Distant photo of Mt. Pitt
15 Image 1582: Distant photo of Mt. Shasta & Shastina
15 Image 1583: Very distant photo of Mt. Shasta & Shastina covered with snow
15 Image 1584: Photo of Mt. Thielson
15 Image 1585: Photo of Little Glass Mountain
15 Image 1586: Photo of Mt. Scott
15 Image 1587: Photo of Mt. Scott from another angle; sky is remarkable
15 Image 1589: Distant view of Mt. Thielson across Diamond Lake
15 Image 1590: Distant view of Mt. Thielson across Diamond Lake (angled)
15 Image 1591: Falls on Link River, Klamath Falls, OR
15 Image 1592: Front: "Dam and bridge on Klamath River between Chars Station and Pokegama, Overland Stage Route to Klamath Falls." Back: "Splash Dam over Klamath River below Chase Station"
A. Duffy Pub, Klamath Falls and San Diego; Bob Lewis via Buchdoldt
15 Image 1593: Photo of still water mirroring bank vegetation
15 Image 1594: Snow-capped mountains behind trees & clearing; glimpse of water in front of mountains. "Air strip 1-1/2 mile long"
15 Image 1595: Mountains behind forest, similar to photo #1594. "Wolf shot as he jumped over log, etc." Alaska
A.B. Cumings, Sr. (?)
15 Image 1596: Mountains behind forest and cabin, similar to photo #1595. "Wolf shot as he jumped over log." Alaska
A.B. Cumings, Sr. (?)
May 1958
15 Image 1597: Link River. "Maude Baldwin Collection. Prints for Maynard Drawson, 1977"
Maude Baldwin
15 Image 1598: Spring Creek, Collier State Park. "Rapids above junction of rivers"
Charles Morse & Janet M
15 Image 1599: "Upper Klamath Lake at Algoma Point, Oregon." 3 old cars parked at vista point overlooking the lake
Bob Lewis
15 Image 1600: Tall waterfall. Looks like Mill Creek Falls, near Prospect, in Jackson County May 1963
15 Image 1601: Photo of boles of tall conifer trees September 1964
15 Image 1602: Long view looking down on river and wild, broken cliffs or escarpment; Snake River Canyon
Photo by Ernie Tolland (?)
October 1965
15 Image 1603: A camp on the shore of Link River; tents & horses on near bank 1900-1910
15 Image 1604: People fishing river with white two-story house nearby. Looks like Williamson River, near Chiloquin, OR
15 Image 1605: "Wood River Bridge, Fort Klamath, Oregon." Man in very old auto convertible crossing wooden bridge across river
15 Image 1606: "Boulavard [sic] Crater Lake Nat'l Park, Ore." Man driving very old auto convertible on dirt road among large pine trees circa 1910
15 Image 1607: Photo of boles of tall pine & fir trees
15 Image 1608: Photo of boles of tall redwood trees, ferns in ground story
15 Image 1609: "Spring Creek, Klamath County, Ore." View of reflections in water of glassy creek, boat tied to shore
15 Image 1610: Huge pile of live snakes in Klamath Falls, Oregon. 2 stories on back of photo circa 1908
15 Image 1611a: Photo of Williamson River bridge at Collier Park in cardboard frame
15 Image 1611b: Photo of many sheep grazing along riverbank with pine trees in cardboard frame
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16/1 Miscellaneous
Image 1612: Envelope from Siskiyou County Historical Society with receipt to Alfred Collier for 15 postcards 8/20/1976
Image 1613: 11 postcards: Gold miner and donkey; Logging in Siskiyou County with high wheels; Log loading operations on McCloud River Railroad; Wooden-wheeled logging cart, pulled by steam donkey; Yreka Railroad, Engine No. 1 on the Shasta River Bridge; "Old Blue" (1892-1902) steam engine used at the Pokegama logging operations; Captain Jack, leader of the Modocs in 1872-1873 war; "Indian Ned" Karok medicine man from Clear Creek, Siskiyou County; Gold mining on the Klamath River; Karok Indian fishing with traditional dip net for salmon in the Klamath River; Steam engine on the Southern Pacific Line in Sacramento Canyon 1976; early 1900s; 1873
Image 1614: Man reading an interpretive sign for Rogue River Recreation Area, USDI-BLM
Image 1615: 2 log cabins with U.S. flag displayed between them August 1964
Image 1616: Man in suit & tie standing beside commemorative plaque for 2 miles of donated shoreline at Samuel H. Boardman State Park May 1963
Image 1617: 2 men in suite & ties standing beside commemorative plaque for 2 miles of donated shoreline at Samuel H. Boardman State Park; similar to photo #1616 May 1963
Image 1618: Postcard: Steam engine and train on Southern Pacific Line, leaving Edgewood, North of Mt. Shasta 1976
Image 1619: Postcard: Gold dredge at the mouth of Humbug Creek on the Klamath River 1976
Image 1620: Men exiting Trailways bus in canyon to see heavy equipment being shown or operated by other men. "Snake River Dam below Bramlee -- Hells Canyon" 1965
Image 1621: Looking down on heavy equipment working beside river in canyon. "Snake River Dam below Bramlee -- Hells Canyon" 1965
Image 1622: Older flatbed truck with miniature plane & airport buildings; signs read "Let's all help Mayor Johnny get Klamath an air base" & "Swan Lake Molding." Probably a parade float in Klamath Falls
Image 1623: A crane in open field, lifting a piece of equipment onto a flatbed truck; other pieces of equipment are nearby October 1964
Image 1624: 2 men in open meadow, operating a crane that is lifting a piece of equipment. "This is the old drag line which Larry had charge of all summer"
Image 1625: Distant view of vehicles parked near large buildings; flat field in foreground & ridge in background. Similar to photo #1629. 2 copies
Image 1626: Close-up of shaped rock marked with number 181. "Phallic worship rock from Stuart Hurd, found north of Coburn, Oregon." Same rock as photo #1630, but different background
Image 1627: Many older cars in parking lot. "Visitors' cars, Collier Park"
Image 1628: Close-up of shaped rock; not the same rock as in photo #1626. "Phallic worship rock"
Image 1629: Distant view of vehicles parked near large buildings; flat field in foreground & ridge in background. Similar to photo #1625
2 copies
Image 1630: Close-up of shaped rock marked with number 181. "Phallic worship rock found by Stuart Hurd north of Coburn." Same rock as photo #1626, but different background
Image 1631: Close-up of 2 shaped rocks with ruler; 1 rock marked with number 181. "Comparison of phallic worship rocks by Carol Howe. Right found by Stuart Hurd north of Coburn." Numbered rock is same as photos #1626-1629, but 2nd rock is different from other photos
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16/2 Boats
Image 1632: Boat named "Klamath" tied to shore with many people standing around. "Steamer Klamath ready for the trip south to Keno"
2 copies
Image 1633: Boat in still, reflective water with many people on board. "Excursion (?) Steamer Klamath"
Image 1634: Boat named "Winema" at dock, no people aboard; several people and smaller boats nearby. 2 copies
Image 1635: Boat named "Klamath" moored on shore with 1 man on roof, towing logs behind. "Towing logs for White Pelican Lumber Co., Upper Klamath Lake"
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16/3 Hunting & Fishing
Image 1636: Steamboat "Winema" at dock, filled with hunters, dog, guns, geese; 1 hunter identified as "Hall" (rest of name is cut off)
Image 1637: Postcard: 3-tier wood frame hanging dozens of deer, with hunters standing below; sign says "Klamath Falls Oregon 1940." "71 deer to mark speech by Wendell Wilkie for President. Andrew and Klamath Falls Creamery put them in cold storage for the occasion" 1940
Image 1638: Gag shot of fisherman holding bridle of horse beside creek, with huge rainbow trout tied on pack saddle
8 copies
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16/4 Agriculture
Image 1639: Farm with numerous sacks of harvested potatoes. 3 copies September 1969
Image 1640: Farm with numerous sacks of harvested potatoes; tractor raising dust in background. Probably same farm as photo #1639 September 1969
Image 1641: 4 old swathers with men & huge horse/mule teams in field. "Horse power before gas power took over. Bat Mullenax (?) says he mostly used 32" 1890s
Image 1642: Older man with 1-horse team in open carriage. "O'Connor Ranch; Louis Gulder (?) 72nd birthday" 17 August 1980
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16/5 People
Image 1643: 3 men in aspen grove, touching beaver damage on aspen stump; a 4 × 4 post is beside them
Image 1644: 5 men (not loggers) with 2 crosscut saws leaning on large ponderosa pine log; sign on building in background says "Roy Taber -- Jewelry -- Confectionery and Notions." "Dorris California" 1935 or 1932
Image 1645: Many people posing in front of building draped with U.S. flag. "Front of old courthouse. Pioneer Association: I see O.C. Applegate and Ivan Applegate, also Frank Armstrong" 1909
Image 1646: 5 older men standing together; center man in traditional Indian dress. "Wallowa State Park: (L-R) Ruby, Chief, Stub Stewert, Fred Corsley." Similar to photos #1647 & 1700 1965
Image 1647: Man in traditional Indian garb standing with young girl. "Wallowa State Park; Chief daughter." Similar to photos #1646 & 1700 1965
Image 1648: Man in overalls leaning on large tool boxes labelled "Lewis." "1960 Sycan Shop; Lewis" 1960
Image 1649: Cartoon showing man with horseshoes, farrier & horse; "I'd like these half-soled"
Image 1650: Postcard: 3 men, 2 women & young girl posing in front of huge cactus. "Sam Sumners (?) -- Probably Tower (?) right"
Image 1651: Laughing man with pipe leaning against auto. "Bill Dyche; 50 years as logging superintendent; Pacific Parade April 25"
Image 1652: Man at desk, head in hand. "Cap Collier at Salt Mines, Sunday morning" August 1960
Image 1653: Man with mustache in suit, posed in chair
Image 1654: 2 men in front of building with 2 large pots between them. Pots are labeled "Coffee Pot for Jun 14th; Draw Here; 2nd Addition." "Rt. Judge Baldwin - -- per D.V. Kuykendall." Same as photo #1677
Image 1655: Man in uniform (?) standing in front of wooden building holding cigarette. 4 copies
Image 1656: Man in hat & vest in front of trees. "F. Hill Hunter"
Image 1657: Man standing on running board of old delivery truck. Truck is labeled "Big Ben -- O.K. Transfer Co. Storage -- Long Distance Hauls"
Image 1658: 2 white-haired men talking; brush & houses in background
Image 1659: Man in tee shirt, fishing in creek. "Fishing in Spring Creek"
Image 1660: 3 men in hardhats, planting small tree beside river. 2 of the men look the same as in photo #1668 & 1679; all 3 men are same as photo #1695
Image 1661: 3 white-haired men sitting on log, with pine trees & older auto in background. Same men as photo #1662
Image 1662: 3 white-haired men sitting on porch, with pine trees in background. Same men as photo #1661
Image 1663: Man & woman in folk costumes
Image 1664: Close-up of feet & planting bar. "Planting devise (sic) made by Sam Miller of State Forestry department, Oregon"
Image 1665: 2 men posing with small older plane parked in field. Plane labeled "Aircraft 11, The Cruzair, Mfd. By Waterhouse Aircraft, Inc., Glendale, Calif"
Image 1666: Fuzzy photo of man in business suit. "Mr. Grant, part owner of Algoma Lumber Co"
Image 1667: People standing around sign which reads "Future Home of the Klamath Multi Purpose Senior Center." "Sign donated by Louis Grilders (?)" 1980
Image 1668: 3 men standing beside buckets, shovels & small planted trees. 2 of the men look the same as in photos #1660 & 1695; all 3 men are same as photo #1679
Image 1669: Woman in overalls & doffing cap, standing in empty lot; Central School, Klamath Falls is in background. "Alva Hall. Looking across Pine St. to Earl Whitlock Funeral Parlor." Same photo as #1674
Image 1670: Postcard: Many men & women seated on & standing beside old bus. "Early day bus; note solid rubber tires." Same photo as #1691 1909
Image 1671: Man, woman, 4 children & dog seated. "Edward Freuer & family; 1st PM of Bedfield; 1892 First Post Office"
Image 1672: 4 men seated in front of wooden buildings. "Sour Dough Mines. 2nd left to right: Lew Andeston (Mrs. A.B. Crumme (?) brother); (Hollis Andeston brother)
Image 1673: Man with mustache in business suit
2 copies
Image 1674: Woman in overalls & doffing cap, standing in empty lot; Central School, Klamath Falls is in background. "Hattie Hall. Background Earl Whitlock Nursing home." Same photo as #1669
Image 1675: 3 wooden coffins (?) with wooden crosses. "Indian graves"
Image 1676: 2 older women in front of Wizard Island, Crater Lake
Image 1677: 2 men in front of building with 2 large pots between them. Pots are labeled "Coffee Pot for Jun 14th; Draw Here; 2nd Addition." "Rt. Judge Baldwin." Same as photo #1677
Image 1678: 8 people riding wagon pulled by 4 horse team through forest
Image 1679: 3 men standing beside buckets, shovels & small planted trees. Same 2 men as in photo #1660 & 1695; same 3 men as in photo #1668
Image 1680: Many children posing in front of school. "Algoma School" 1929
Image 1681: Man in hat & suit, smoking cigar in office setting. "Matt Egan, Algoma"
Image 1682: 6 men with musical instruments posing in studio. "Top row, John Houston; Bottom, Billy Beaudoin" 1890-1900
Image 1683: 7 black laborers using hand saws on huge beams; brick buildings in background
5 copies
Image 1684: Black woman beside ancient stone grinding wheel; stone walls & buildings in background May 1961
Image 1685: 2 young women with curly dark hair, elbows resting on fur pelt. "Rt. Ruby Hatton"
Image 1686: 2 men, 2 women & boy eating picnic lunch on wood floor; structure has no walls or roof
Image 1687: 2 women in front of cabin in snow; boy is curled up in snow (?)
Image 1688: Man in overalls standing beside large truck. "Ted Savage, tire man Camp 14, Weyerhaeuser" 1960
Image 1689: 2 men in coveralls standing in front of Allis-Chalmers machine. "Ed Knup at right of picture, cat mechanic at Camp 14 or Sycan Shop 1960
Image 1690: Young man with grease on his face standing beside equipment painted with #67-2145. "B.J. Lewis, cat mechanic Sycan Shop" 1960
Image 1691: Many men & women seated on & standing beside old bus. "National Washington State. Note solid rubber tires." Same photo as #1670 1909
Image 1692: Man & woman standing next to pine trees in riparian area. 1 woman & place are same as photo #1693
Image 1693: Man & woman standing next to pine trees in riparian area. 1 woman & place are same as photo #1692
Image 1694: Young girl in dress standing on sidewalk
Image 1695: 3 men in hardhats, planting small tree beside river. 2 of the men look the same as in photo #1668 & 1679; same 3 men in #1660
Image 1696: Same 3 men planting trees as in photo #1660 & 1695
Image 1697: 3 older men with hats in hand standing in front of river falls. "Uppington -- Roberts -- Bill Davis"
Image 1698: Graying man in front of empty ground (possibly former mill site). Although dates are different, this is same man & place as in photo #1699 December 1973
Image 1699: Graying man standing beside man with dark hair, in front of empty ground (possibly former mill site). Although dates are different, this is same man & place as in photo #1698 June 1965
Image 1700: Native American in traditional dress beside young girl; several men in background. "Wallowa State Park; Stevenson in background." Similar to photos #1646 & 1647 1965
Image 1701: Man with hat sitting beside dog; 2 fences are visible. "Matt Egan: Manager Algoma Lumber Co. 1915 to 1928; with pedigreed Chesapeake dog Prince." Story on back of photo
Image 1702: 2 small children in swim suits, beside a lake. "Richard Collier and Phyllis Collier at Diamond Lake"
Image 1703: 2 men & woman posing beside dedication plaque for Hagelstein Park, dedicated July 12, 1963 July 1963
Image 1704: Studio portrait of man in suit & tie with boutonniere. "Sheldon Paige, son of F.C. Fay" 10/23/1974
Image 1705: Studio portrait of man in suit & tie. "Arthur Gregory, stockholder Algoma Lumber Co. at Pokegama"
Image 1706: 3 men standing in old blacksmith shop
Image 1707: Man, woman & 4 children posing in yard. "Truman Schults & family, Algoma; went ot Bend and Arizona and died there" circa 1928
Image 1708: Man & 2 children standing in front of houses in snow; children have old time leggings & balloon short pants. "Archie Oliver; postmaster and time keeper & company housing, Algoma"
Image 1709: 6 people and old auto parked on top of huge log in forest. "11-22-60 Recds"
Image 1710: 4 people walking through large pine trees in park-like setting
Image 1711: Man in coat & hat standing beside old auto with solid wheels in woods
Image 1712: Postcard: 2 men on rocky slope, holding long pole & wooden box. Postcard was written & mailed to: "The C.A. Dunn Const. Co., Klamath Falls, Oregon -from- Fort Klamath Oregon % US BPR Nov 6, 1937. Here is the picture of Southern Oregon's 2 best powder men. Taylor (?)" 11-8-1937
17 Image 1713: Workers using steam tractor loading a large log onto an antique motor truck or wagon; note wheels on wagon
C.W. Woodstock
circa 1900-1920
17 Image 1714: 3 men posing beside steam tractor pulling loaded log trailer from the woods
C.W. Woodstock
pre 1900
17 Image 1715: Big wheels pulled by 4 horses dropping load of logs at railroad; early McGiffert loader with rigid boom. 2 copies 1920s
17 Image 1716: Cat and early day arch bringing logs to a landing for McGiffert loader to load on railroad cars. 2 copies circa 1930s
17 Image 1717: Pelican Bay Lumber Co. Shay locomotive #1 on crib trestle near Pelican Butte, while logging on the Four Mile Timber Sale, Crater National Forest. 2 copies circa 1915
17 Image 1718: Man in suit standing by auto in woods. "Cruel Jimmy" Johnson with his new Cadillac in Klamath Co, OR; Johnson was the Pelican Bay Lumber Co. woods boss. 2 copies circa 1925
17 Image 1719: 3 men working with 4-horse team & saddle horse pulling a sliding tongue set of big wheels, moving logs down hill (Bowden-Kennedy) 1910-1920s
17 Image 1720: 3 men standing in front of an unidentified Shay locomotive at an unidentified shop
2 copies
17 Image 1721: Postcard: "The 'Undercut' in a 16 ft. Redwood, Humboldt Co., CAL." 2 men & 2 boys are sitting or lying in undercut. Description of tools on back of cardboard postcard
Photo by Keir, Fortuna, Cal.; Ehlers (Shaw)
17 Image 1722: 4-horse teams pulling loaded log sleds from woods to railroad landing. 2 copies of same scene, different loads circa 1926
17 Image 1723: Unidentified man standing beside a Shay locomotive
17 Image 1724: Logs floating down river in front of "log jam" circa 1920s
17 Image 1725: Railroad logging scene: railroad flat car loaded with railroad ties; steam locomotive; locomotive crane used to load ties. Photo has poor focus
17 Image 1726: 5 men hand decking logs with peavys -- usually done with horses Very early
17 Image 1727: 8-oxen "bull team" dragging large log, 2 men stitting on spring boards & 6 engaged in logging operation; unlikely that this is in So. Oregon as bull teams were seldom/never used in this area & use of spring boards was rare
17 Image 1728: A "bull team" logging in the snow; unlikely that this is in So. Oregon as bull teams were seldom/never used in area (Bowden-Kennedy) circa 1900
17 Image 1729: "Logging in the '70's" -- Many oxen pulling a large load of logs down broad dirt street in town; note solid wooden wheels. 2 copies
Eastman's Studio Photography
1870s
17 Image 1730: Photo printed on old copy paper -- 2 men beside very large tree in ponderosa pine forest. "Apeco Auto Stat"
17 Image 1731: Feller Limber working in the woods; machine cuts limbs off, then fells tree at ground level. 2 copies 1950-1960
17 Image 1732: "Early Day Logging" -- Early Best Mfg. Co. steam tractor pulling trailers loaded with logs to mill or railroad. Same as photo #851. 2 copies & negatives
Eastman's Studio Photography
circa 1900
17 Image 1733: 6 men with peavey poles standing on large load of logs on sled in snow hitched up to 2 horses. Many other men are standing around load. "Load of logs at Chicago World Fair -- 12080 feet." "Sam Rose Manton, Wexford Co., Mich"
Harry Mesner
23 February 1986
17 Image 1734: Caterpillar 60 pulling 2 logging wagons with steel wheels 1924-1930
17 Image 1735: 10-oxen team with drover pulling wooden-wheeled wagon. "'Logging with oxen' in the old days" -- long description on back. Philo Lumber Co, Santa Rosa
Hale Ogle; Eastman's Studio Photography
17 Image 1736: Unloading logs in canal; stationary unloading donkey dumping logs off railroad cars into water; possibly Odessa
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
17 Image 1737: Motorized railroad vehicle to carry men designed by Victor S. Larson, Ponderosa, CA (standing beside car in photo) -- McCloud River Lumber Co. 1936
17 Image 1738: One of the first power saws set to buck large pp log; 4 men posing by saw. "Big Joe Herrichsman (?) sawyer, with frame setter, hole digger & visitor -- McCloud, CA." Explanation on back of photo
Lew Parsons
1906
17 Image 1739: Horses & men "Crosshauling" or "Par buckling" logs onto logging wagons. "Boyington Boys"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
1924-1930
17 Image 1740: 2 men standing on steam tractor with line of loaded log wagons. "Charley Boyington on Holt 3 wheel steamer on west side of Klamath Lake." Description on back of photo circa 1911
17 Image 1741: Man driving steam tractor pulling wooden wheeled log wagons. "Holt 3 wheeler and solid wooden wheeled wagons hauling to the Pioneer Mill at Mt. Shasta." Description on back of photo
Schrader
17 Image 1742: "Raft of logs in canal--steamer Empress towing." Pelican Bay Lumber Co. raft of logs being towed & rail cars waiting to unload
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
1920s
17 Image 1743: 3 men working with 2-horse team of horses to move a large pine log through woods. "Bunching"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
1920s
17 Image 1744: Man posing in park-like stand of ponderosa pine timber with brush understory. "Standing timber -- 'Klamath County'; Western yellow pine owned by Klamath Mfg. Co"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
circa 1920s
17 Image 1745: Man with 4-horse team skidding large pine log out of woods through brush (Bowden-Kennedy). "Skidding"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
circa 1920
17 Image 1746: Man leaning against a large pine log, with more logs in opening; logs are probably bunched for big wheels. "Bunched logs -- K.G. Cumings (?)" Miller photos were taken in Northern CA or Southern OR (Bowden-Kennedy)
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
1910-1920s
17 Image 1747: Man with 2-horse team loading logs onto a wagon by the "cross hauling: method; 2 small logs form a ramp. "Boyington Boys; Loading with 'cross haul line'"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
17 Image 1748: Ponderosa pine-dominated timber stand with brush understory. "Standing timber -- Klamath County; Owned by Klamath Mfg. Co"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
17 Image 1749: A really good and typical photo of falling ponderosa pine trees using 2-man crosscut saw
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
17 Image 1750: Good photo of sugar pine forest, typical of pine lands around Klamath Falls
17 Image 1751: 2 men driving 4-horse team pulling wagon and large log. "4 horse truck with snatch team (?) driven by Owen Eblen(?) -- Bolin (?) on truck -- on Klamath Reservation near Chiloquin" Fall 1916
17 Image 1752: Early day arch, very wide; probably a "60" cat with 1 1/4" winch line. "The Grant steel arch starts the day." 2 copies
R. H. Cook
1920-1930
17 Image 1753: Northwest track shovel using crotch line & end hooks to load logs for Algoma Lumber Co.
Kennell-Ellis photo
1930-1935
17 Image 1754: 14 men on logs & in raft on river, holding oars & peavey poles. "Log drive on Klamath River." Members of crew are identified on back of photo 3/23/1900
17 Image 1755: Northwest shovel loading logs, Algoma Lumber Co.
Kennell-Ellis photo
1930-1945
17 Image 1756: A nice stand of ponderosa pine trees; lots of knots showing on lower part of tree
Kennell-Ellis photo
17 Image 1757: Fleet of International logging trucks; photo labeled "Updegrave Bros"
Kennell-Ellis photo
circa 1937
17 Image 1758: Early D8 or "75" diesel Cat with wide heavy Willamette arch; note lack of operator protection
R.H. Cook
circa 1934
17 Image 1759: Good photo of early "75" or D8 Cat with early Willamette arch & winch; no operator protection. 2 copies
R.H. Cook
circa 1934
17 Image 1760: Woman riding on early "75" or D8 Cat with very early Willamette arch
R.H. Cook
circa 1934
17 Image 1761: Caterpillar "75" with Carco arch -- "a 'show off' picture to show what the cat could do"
R.H. Cook
1934
17 Image 1762: D8 Caterpillar with Hyster arch pulling logs to mill or reload
R.H. Cook
circa 1934
17 Image 1763: Early D8 Cat and later Willamette arch than some of the other photos
R.H. Cook
circa 1936
17 Image 1764: 6 men with 4-horse team at logging operation. Large log in foreground has rounded ends to make it easier to pull log through the woods 1920s
17 Image 1765: 3 men on truck loaded with logs (not a logging truck); maybe advertising Samson tires
Stinson (?) Studio
circa 1930
17 Image 1766: Group of men posing by steam engine. "Snow-later called Pokegama-Shovel Creek log chute, top of hill." "Rod M. Frain." Matted photo
Hessig photo
circa 1899
17 Image 1767: Many men working with poles among stacks of barked logs. "Shovel Creek-top of hill; Collier State Park Logging Museum." "Rod M. Frain." Matted photo 1899
17 Image 1768: 2 men with 14-horse and 2-ox team pulling wooden wheeled wagon loaded extremely high with logs. "Combination team of horses and bulls at Maxwell Spur, Mt. Shasta, CA." John Ramey & Bill Tingley in photo; description on back
Bill Tingley
1890
17 Image 1769: 3 men with piece of logging equipment, probably in Collier Park. From L to R: Leon Stumpff, Jack Sexton, Lowell Jones; equipment is painted "LJONES"
Stumpff
17 Image 1770: Pelican Bay Lumber Co. loading logs on rail cars near Odessa for transport to Klamath Lake
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
1912-1919
17 Image 1771: Another older "75" or early D8 Cat with arches, going over stump. "Klamath Falls, Ore" on back of photo
R.H. Cook
circa 1934
17 Image 1772: A fleet of 5-chain drive Mack trucks with dual axle trailers parked in front of railroad tracks & houses in Chiloquin; a 1935-1936 Ford truck is in background. "Mack trucks; Hollinshead (?) and Simmes (?) out of Bend. Did Blocklinger's hauling -- Wm Helm." Same as photo #1248
Kennell-Ellis photo; Chiloquin Lumber Co
circa 1937
17 Image 1773: Horses skidding logs with big wheels. "Probably at Homesteaders (?) Landing--high wheels are stinger tongue"
DeVere Helfrich; Ray Telford photo
17 Image 1774: Man riding on 4-horse team pulling logs with big wheels. "Pelican Bay--note breechlines on wheel team for (?) overloads"
Bob Lewis
circa 1924-1925
17 Image 1775: 2 D8 Cats with Willamette Hyster arches bringing logs to RR landing & McGiffert loader. There is a list of nicknames & real names (includes Bob Lewis) for the "1973 Hardboard Crew" on Cascade Industrial Supply stationery
R.H. Cook
Late 1930s
17 Image 1776: Unloading logs from a 1937 International truck into a body of water, to be rafted to a mill
May King photo
circa 1937
17 Image 1777: Northwest shovel loader loading an International truck. Photo is labeled "Updegrave Bros"
Kennell-Ellis photo
circa 1937
17 Image 1778: Truck & donkey unloading logs into lake to be rafted to a mill across the lake; possibly west side Klamath Lake
May King photo
circa 1937
17 Image 1779: Northwest shovel loading a large pine log onto a logging truck. Good description of loading & "bell hooks" 1930s
17 Image 1780: Northwest shovel log loader, loading an International truck using crotch line and end hooks circa 1937
17 Image 1781: 4-horse team pulling a wagon carrying 2 large logs and 2 men
17 Image 1782: 4-horse team pulling logging wagon with sawmill in background. Wagon has open spoke wheels
Klamath County Museum
1900-1920
17 Image 1783: 3 fallers with axes, cross cut saw & splitting maul, in the process of felling a large ponderosa pine tree in Klamath Co; undercut appears to be completed 1920-1940
17 Image 1784: Large group of people at the dock with steamer Klamath on Lake Ewauna
D.V. Kuy Kendall
circa 1908
17 Image 1785: "Old Blue" locomotive & log cars -- Pokegama Sugar Pine Lumber Co. used to haul logs to Klamath River, thence to Klamathon, CA circa 1900
17 Image 1786: Postcard showing 3 men, 2 women, 2 dogs posed on steam locomotive #151. "Photo picked up in California 1975"
Photograph printed by R. Klein, McKinleyville
17 Image 1787: Hercules Powder Co. locomotive #50 at Klamath Falls, OR. A small 0-4-0 fireless steam locomotive; Hercules Powder Co. explored making explosives from pine stumps
Bob Lewis & D.S. Richter; Photo by R.M. Hanft
circa 1950; 5/22/1952
17 Image 1788: Pelican Bay Lumber Co. Shay locomotive dumping logs from rail cars near Odessa -- they will be towed to Klamath Falls 1912-1919
17 Image 1789: Southern Pacific train #551 leaving Alturas, CA with locomotive #4233 (incorrectly labeled Doris, CA in 1929)
Bob Lewis; Photo by Henry R. Griffith, Jr
8/29/1955
17 Image 1790: Builders photo of Lamm Lumber Co. locomotive #3 taken in factory. "The bell from this locomotive is installed on Caretaker's Cabin at Collier Park." More details on sheet circa 1930
17 Image 1791: Builders photo of Klamath Lake RR Co. locomotive #1. "From Thrale to Pokegama" 1906
17 Image 1792: Builders photo of engine that is currently on display at Collier Park Logging Museum. Built for a California logging company, ended in Mt. Shasta until being rescued for display circa 1884
17 Image 1793: Builders photo of Klamath Lake RR Co. locomotive #1 (different angle than photo #1791) circa 1906
17 Image 1794: Weed Lumber Co. Shay locomotive & log train, later Long Bell Lumber Co. at Weed, CA. "Geared"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
1920
17 Image 1795: Weyerhauser Timber Co. locomotive #6 -- this was the last steam locomotive used for logging in Klamath County, retired 4/7/60 (Bowden) 1930
17 Image 1796: Older Native American woman posing, holding woven purse. "Betsy Popumpkus from around Yainax on Whiskey Creek"
17 Image 1797: Younger Native American woman with hat and scarf. "Mrs. Lizzie Blair Knight -- Kirk; lives at Modoc Point with Francis Kirk. Married to Winter Knight the cartoonist, later to Kirk"
17 Image 1798: Young Native American girl in traditional dress and hat. "Ben Wright child"
17 Image 1799: Older Native American woman in dark dress. "Mrs. Pedro Druand (?)"
17 Image 1800: Young Native American woman with bridal veil (?) "Mrs. Edith Hoover, Frank Hoover wife"
17 Image 1801: Young girl with large bow & white dress. "Ike Mose daughter -- deceased; Delpha Mose"
17 Image 1802: Native American man, woman, child in native dress. "Ben Wright, wife Nettie Wright, daughter Nera Wright." Description on back of photo
17 Image 1803: Young Native American in white dress. "Edith Hoover"
17 Image 1804: Native American man in uniform (?) with arrow pin on chest. "Ike Mose -- Indian policeman and the arrow was his badge of office -- lived at Modoc Point." Description on back of photo
17 Image 1805: Older Native American name & woman. "Mr. and Mrs. John Littlejohn, Klamath Indians, Klamath Falls, Ore." This photo is also on compact disc
17 Image 1806: Native American woman, man and young child. "Mr. & Mrs. Peter Phillips; parents of Mrs. Tommy Lang (aunt of Dice Crane)"
17 Image 1807: Elderly Native American woman. "Amelia Wright, Ben Wright's mother." Description on back of photo
17 Image 1808: Older Native American in hat & jacket, leaning against snag. "Seldon Kirk"
17 Image 1809: Man in cowboy hat and Indian dress in front of row of teepees. Indian Congress. 2 copies 1929
17 Image 1810: Man in cowboy hat and wrapped in Indian blanket, in front of teepee. Indian Congress 1929
17 Image 1811: Young woman in traditional Native American dress, in front of teepee. "Melissa Parr- Pendleton." Indian Congress 1929
17 Image 1812: Man squatting by very young boy. "'So shy' -- Klamath Falls, Ore. Indian Congress" 1929
17 Image 1813: Man and woman in 2 hand-made canoes, next to log building on lake. Possibly at Harriman Lodge
Klamath County Museum; Maude Baldwin
17 Image 1814: Young Native American man in traditional dress, seated with bow & arrows. "Ben Wright -- son of Amelia Wright"
17 Image 1815: Young Native American man in traditional dress, posing with drawn bow & arrows. "Ben Wright -- son of Amelia Wright"
18 Image 1816: "Sprague River's famous 'Galloping Goose' with Henry Zehe and Bryan Thurman." Use of machine is unknown
18 Image 1817: "Towing raft in Lake -- Brown at Crystal Creek Boat -- probably going to Klamath Lumber & Box or Pelican Bay Lumber." Description on back of photo
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1818: "Towing raft of logs in Lake -- Lindman's Wasp; Wakefield's Empress in background -- picture taken from Buck Island. Charley Miller was early photographer, 1916 on"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1819: Many gulls resting in foreground & flying in background. "Both California and Ringbill Gulls"
Elmer Bulsing(?) photo
18 Image 1820: Many gulls resting in foreground & flying in background. "California and Ringbill Gulls at the Klamath River gull rookery"
Elmer Bulsing(?) photo
18 Image 1821: Mill machinery & workbench
18 Image 1822: Mill machinery; wheels with belts
Kennell-Ellis photo
18 Image 1823: Mill machinery; large wheel
Kennell-Ellis photo
18 Image 1824: Pole and beam construction: "Pete French round barn at Frenchglen, Oregon
Charles & Jill Switzler photo
18 Image 1825: 2 men standing in front of store windows with flowers & model buildings displayed; far side of street is reflected in windows. Windows read: "M.L. Johnson -- Walter B. Bowne" circa 1930s
18 Image 1826: Nearly identical to photo #1825, but different angle circa 1930s
18 Image 1827: Old stone building located at 52 Main St., Klamath Falls Before 1940
18 Image 1828: Man standing outside of rustic 2-story wooden building in large ponderosa pines; sign on archway reads "Pine Brae
Shaw
18 Image 1829: Negative -- Lovely home in front of old Klamath Falls High School Before 1920
18 Image 1830: 8 men & 1 woman posing for photo on front steps of the Klamath Manufacturing Co. business office; this office and mill were located in vicinity of present Harbor Isles. Same as photos #1107 & 1832
Shaw
1920s
18 Image 1831: Man standing in front of small brick shed beside mill building & pipeline
Shaw
18 Image 1832: Same as photo #1830. "Office force & heads of departments." Some people are identified on back of photo
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1833: Klamath Manufacturing Company -- office, garage & factory
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
1920s
18 Image 1834: Klamath Manufacturing Company office building
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1835: "My Office" -- possibly Cap Collier's
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1836: Jeep in parade with sign reading: "Russell White, 2nd place bronc rider, 1929 Indian Congress Rodeo" 1929
18 Image 1837: Office with ancient wood stove, wood furniture, 2 "candlestick" telephones & typewriter. "Main office"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
circa 1920s
18 Image 1838: Exterior view: Pete French round barn at Frenchglen, OR
Charles & Jill Switzler photo
18 Image 1839: Interior view showing curved rock wall, posts & beams: Pete French round barn at Frenchglen, OR
Charles & Jill Switzler photo
18 Image 1840: Interior view showing peak of roof: Pete French round barn at Frenchglen, OR
Charles & Jill Switzler photo
18 Image 1841: "Wooden wheeled wagon from Chase Ranch below Keno. Now in museum at Collier Park. Note bunk stirrups"
Devere Helfrich photo
18 Image 1842: Harriman Lodge with launch "White Pelican" tied up to dock. Story of lodge & boat on back of photo
18 Image 1843: "Filing room of sawmill -- Roy Horton, saw filer with helper. Saw is 14" wide, 44 ft. long on automatic grinder"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1844: Klamath Lumber & Box sawmill, looking across log pond
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1845: "Interior of sawmill -- shows band saw & carriage." The carriage is coming towards us & saw will take a slab off
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
pre 1960
18 Image 1846: "Interior of sawmill." Good picture of the "head rig" in a sawmill; big band saw & carriage. See detailed description on photo ID form
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1847: Klamath Manufacturing Company. "Sawmill showing steel & brick refuse burner"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1848: "Box Factory K.M." Typical view of a mill yard; everything was moved by horses
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
pre 1942
18 Image 1849: Far view of lumber yard in front of lake & mountains. "Algoma Lumber Co., Algoma, Ore"
Stinson photo
18 Image 1850: Far view of lumber yard in front of lake & mountains. "View of plant." Mill on left is Klamath Mfg. Co., mill on right is Pelican Bay Lumber Co; this area once known as Shippington (currently Jeld-Wen & Harbor Isles)
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
circa 1915
18 Image 1851: 12 men standing near shed & short board bundles. "Loading shook into cars"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1852: Man with loaded lumber trailer between 2 tall stacks of lumber. "Lumber yard -- K. Mfg. (?)"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1853: Cartoon with people, animals, Star of David, and list of nicknames. Artist's name is "Schreiber"
Bob Lewis
18 Image 1854: Overview of Algoma Lumber Co. mill on Upper Klamath Lake; the raft of logs came from Fort Klamath area via Agency Lake. Same as photo #1133
May King photography
1936-1942
18 Image 1855: Inside of a mill showing conveyor belts
Bob Lewis
1935
18 Image 1856: A section of the old town of Klamathon, Klamath River, Siskiyou County. Photos #1856 & #1858 are panoramic pair circa 1900
18 Image 1857: 5 men working on construction project. "Breaking ground for Ochoco Lumber Co., Prineville"
18 Image 1858: A section of the old town of Klamathon, Klamath River, Siskiyou County; shows mill that burned in 1902. Photos #1856 & #1858 are panoramic pair circa 1900
18 Image 1859: Man standing among stacks of lumber of various sizes inside modern lumber warehouse
2 copies
Kennell-Ellis
18 Image 1860: 5 men loading railroad cars with stacks of lumber inside modern lumber warehouse
Kennell-Ellis
18 Image 1861: Corliss Twin -- "Stout Abner" Enlargement of picture of Corliss Engine made by Gilman about 1944
Harvey Gilman
18 Image 1862: Old mill with big logs in slip. "Original Ash Creek Mill"
Kohn (?)
18 Image 1863: Many men standing in front of wooden cabins. "Typical Lake County sawmill crew and bunk houses"
H.J. "Herb" Cox
early 1900s
18 Image 1864: Remains of a burned planing mill. On 7/22/43 the Deschutes Lumber Co. planning mill at Mowich, northern Klamath County, burned; it was not rebuilt circa 1943
18 Image 1865: Sawmill & much cluttered log yard with intricate high cable used to move logs around the yard
Pernell & Gertson
1930
18 Image 1866: Older mill & lumber yard. "M.G. Hitchcock, Sisters"
18 Image 1867: Scrap heap of twisted machinery. On 7/22/43 the Deschutes Lumber Co. planning mill at Mowich, northern Klamath County, burned; it was not rebuilt circa 1943
18 Image 1868: 2 men working in older sawmill; edgerman sets the edger saw to clean bark & square up edges of board. "Interior of saw mill; edger"
Miller Photo Co, Klamath Falls
18 Image 1869: Sawmill & pond. "Lite Knot Pine, Sisters"
18 Image 1870: Looking down on old auto, sawmill & pond. "Mill on N side of Sprague River above Yainax; might be Edwards or later"
Klamath County Museum
18 Image 1871: 4 men and 4-horse team in front of stacks of lumber being air-dried. Duplicate #11-1231
Klamath County Museum
After 1945
18 Image 1872: Men sitting/standing at typical old time small sawmill
18 Image 1873: Aerial view of large lumber yard & mill. "Chiloquin Lumber Company, Chiloquin, OR -- E.A. Blocklinger, Pres., "Klamath Soft Pine"
Brubaker Aerial Surveys, Portland
18 Image 1874: 6 men around a young tree. "1st planting of Hazel nuts at Collier State Park." 5 men identified, including Cap Collier
Gene Gross
4/14/1971
18 Image 1875: Deteriorating wood wagon wheel. "Wooden wheeled wagon from Chase Ranch below Keno now in museum at Collier Park"
Devere Helfrich photo
18 Image 1876: Romeo & Juliet Bridge, C.B. McCullough engineer. "Fishing in Spring Creek at US Highway 97 bridge near Collier Park"
Oregon State Highway Commission photo
18 Image 1877: Same people as in photo #1876, but different angle. "Fishing in Spring Creek at US Highway 97 bridge near Collier Park"
Oregon State Highway Commission photo
18 Image 1878: International truck with lowboy hauling old logging wagons, probably for salvage. "Al Mattson -- Reliance 30 ton wagon from Mt. Shasta"
Wesley Guderian, Herald & News, Klamath Falls, OR
After 1946
18 Image 1879: 2 men unloading machinery from lowbed trailer. "American Log Buncher at Collier Park." Elmer Zimmerman & Mike Balcomb (?) are identified; explanation on back of photo
Harvey Gillman
1970
18 Image 1880: Machinery loaded on lowbed trailer. "American Log Buncher at Collier Park." Shows truck tractor
Harvey Gillman
December 1970
18 Image 1881: Row of pole sheds. "Collier Park"
Harvey Gillman
1970
18 Image 1882: "Logger's Homestead" cabin with sign and "Loggers Boots" sign, in front of row of sheds. "Collier Park"
Harvey Gillman
1970
18 Image 1883: 4 men standing beside crane loaded on lowbed trailer. "American Log Buncher at Collier Park." 3 men are identified
Harvey Gillman
Christmas 1970
18 Image 1884: 4 men standing & 1 man driving crane off the trailer. "American Buncher at Collier Park: Elmer Zimmerman, Bob Cooper, Mike Balcomb, Jim Guibetta (?), Lowell Jones"
Harvey Gillman
1970
18 Image 1885: Old "Best" steam tractor with two logging wagons. Photo caption reads: Picture by Ellis Lucia Winter for King Features Syndicate Oct. 1954" (possibly taken at Collier Park)
Ellis Lucia Winter photo
circa 1920
18 Image 1886: Pole barn housing equipment. "Collier Park"
Ellis Lucia Winter photo
1954
18 Image 1887: Matted photo of 12-man crew in early sawmill. Note shafts, pulleys, and belts; usually one power source (steam engine) transfers power to operations by these
18 Image 1888: Woman weaving; 2 looms and tapestry on wall
2 copies
18 Image 1889: Woman weaving; nearly identical to photo #1888
18 Image 1890: 12 men & 1 boy in front of building, with lumber cart & team of horses used to move lumber around the mill yard; men are not loggers & team is not hitched for hauling
May King Studio photo
pre 1930
18 Image 1891: Spring with water impoundment & overflow creek. Barclay Spring at Hagelstein Park, north of Algoma
18 Image 1892: Creek run in pine forest
18 Image 1893: Split waterfall in mixed conifer forest
18 Image 1894: Portrait of Ralph Blanchard, Foster, OR. "Boss" of McKenzie River log drives and Beau Brummell of his day
H.J. "Herb" Cox
circa 1905
18 Image 1895: Portrait of Horace P. ("Racy") Mattison, Marcola, OR. One of "Bunker" Hill's logging bosses & Booth-Kelly, Saginaw. A short biography is included
H.J. "Herb" Cox
circa 1905
18 Image 1896: Portrait of Lon "Bunker" Hill, Eugene, OR. "Bull of the Woods" and "Boss" of Booth-Kelly River drives in early 1900s
H.J. "Herb" Cox
circa 1905
18 Image 1897: 7-man surveying crew with equipment, posing in tent camp with sign reading: "Camp Worden No 1." Probably surveying for a railroad circa 1900-1920
18 Image 1898: Early construction at the site of the mill and town at Gilchrist, Oregon -- locomotive is Gilchrist Tbr. Co. #204 circa 1938
18 Image 1899: 12 men on horses & wagons, surrounding the farrier with apron & tools
18 Image 1900: This is a mock stage coach robbery, probably staged in connection with a local celebration; location looks like Spring Street, Klamath Falls
May King Studio photo
18 Image 1901: Many men posing outside building: "Meeting -- California White & sugar pine Mfrs. Ass'n at McCloud, Calif. Sept. 16-17, 1927." All men are identified
W.A. Clark
1927
18 Image 1902: Many men posing on rustic porch: "Meeting -- California White & sugar pine Mfrs. Ass'n at Klamath Falls, OR Sept. 21 & 22, 1928." No men are identified 1928
18 Image 1903: 5-dog team pulling sled: "Eldon Alt & dog team"
Mrs. Wm. H. Hilands, photo
1967
18 Image 1904: Man in chef's garb & woman in white standing in mess hall. The kitchen crew at logging camp cook house
18 Image 1905: Many people in front of log cabin beside lake. "Early day Indians in dugout selling baskets to white people at Odessa, OR on upper Klamath Lake"
Maud Baldwin photo
18 Image 1906: Close-up of man splitting piece of wood: "Bill Shofeld (?) making shakes"
18 Image 1907: Intricate pictographs on wall of cave. "Indian writing, Modoc Lava Beds, No. Calif"
Kennell-Ellis photo
18 Image 1908: Green metal sign entitled "Oregon History" concerning Pete French's round barn
Charles & Jill Switzler photo
After 1969
18 Image 1909: Cowboy standing inside corral with a horse: "Farleigh &"
19 Album 20-1: POKEGAMA
Image: "Log chute at Pokegama on Klamath River 33 miles southwest of Klamath Falls." Close-up view down log chute circa 1896
Image: "Log chute at Pokegama. For description see 14-3." Pokegama log chute from across river; log is splashing into river
Image: "Mill at the Southern Pacific Railroad at Klamathon on the Klamath River." More description is beside photo
Image: "Loading short logs on Klamath Lake Railway for the Algoma Lumber mill at Pokegama." 6 men with peavy poles & 2-horse team loading a train car circa 1905
Image: "Loading short logs for Algoma Lumber mill at Pokegama with crosshaul team." 5 men loading a train car; good view of crosshaul loading method circa 1905
Image: 16 men posing by "spool donkey, probably at head of chute" at Snow, later called Pokegama. Men identified are: John Hoover, Henry Hoover, Jim White, Jim McCartie, George Cook, Fred Frain, Frank Woods, Rod Frain & Ren Frain. More description is on facing page circa 1899
Image: "Top of chute." 6 men with peavey poles posing on log deck near cables & skid road. Wonderful description of logging from Pokegama to Klamathon is on facing page circa 1899
Image: "Log chute where logs from Pokegama district were shot into the Klamath River." Wonderful description of logs going down Pokegama chute is on facing page circa 1899
Image: "Stringer tongue early type high wheels. Supposedly used at Pokegama at early day." Man standing beside 2 horses hitched to big wheels; building in background
Image: "'Old Blue,' locomotive #1 hauled in by ten bull team from Klamathon. Ed Way, woods boss later for Algoma at head of engine; Bud Imman (?) was engineer; brakeman might be Frank Woods." Story about "Old Blue" is on facing page
Image: "Old spool donkey, west side of Upper Klamath Lake." 4 men posing in front of steam donkey in woods circa 1910
Image: "River crew starting from foot of Pokegama chute opposite Beswick." 13 men with peavy poles standing on logs in river; Pokegama chute is in background. Men identified: McCartie, Ed Way, Fred Frain, Bill Hoover (?) & Frank Woods (?) 10/3/1900
Image: "Signal man on same side of river as chute Ran flag up when chute was clear so could release logs at top." 2 men, woman & 2 boys standing in small shed with flag displayed. Men identified: Mark Frain, John Hessig. More information on facing page
Image: Unidentified photo: Snowy landscape, many men standing in open shed with smoke rising behind them
Image: "Ed Way: Logging boss, Algoma Lumber Company. Prior conductor and brakeman and freight rustler on Klamath Lake Railway Co. from Klamathon to Pokegama." More information on facing page circa 1916
Image: "Railroad logging at Pokegama. Boy on logs is Bill Hurn logs are peeled to go down chute into Klamath River. Also note coupling and sway bars" Small boy sitting on load of peeled logs on railroad car. More information on facing page
20 Album 20-2: COLLIER -- STOUT ABNER: International Paper - E.P. McCornack Building by ADC
Image: Side view of generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Side view of loader. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Side view of loader. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Side view of generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Side view of generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Front view of generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: View of controls. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 2 men talking beside logs. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 2 men talking beside logs. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 1 man bending over logs. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 2 men beside loader. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 1 man beside loader picking up a log. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Logs for footing. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Log frame for shed being built. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Log frame for shed being built. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Log frame for shed being built. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Man climbing on log frame for shed. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 2 men climbing on log frame for shed. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 3 men climbing on log frame for shed. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Close-up of ground with loader tracks. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Belt around wheel, loader in background. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Man with broom beside generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Man with broom beside generator, with loader working. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Close-up of generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Peeled logs on ground with loader in background. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 2 men standing beside generator & loader. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Side view of flywheel. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Front view of drum. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Side view of generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: Side view of generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
Image: 2 men & loader working on generator. Stout Abner generator being installed in Collier Logging Museum
20 Album 20-3: POKEGAMA
(Mostly a copy of Album 20-1)
Image: "Log chute at Pokegama on Klamath River 33 miles southwest of Klamath Falls." Close-up view down log chute circa 1896
Image: "Log chute at Pokegama. For description see 14-3." Pokegama log chute from across river; log is splashing into river
Image: "Mill at the Southern Pacific Railroad at Klamathon on the Klamath River." More description is beside photo
Image: "Loading short logs on Klamath Lake Railway for the Algoma Lumber mill at Pokegama." 6 men with peavy poles & 2-horse team loading a train car circa 1905
Image: "Loading short logs for Algoma Lumber mill at Pokegama with crosshaul team." 5 men loading a train car; good view of crosshaul loading method circa 1905
Image: 16 men posing by "spool donkey, probably at head of chute" at Snow, later called Pokegama. Men identified are: John Hoover, Henry Hoover, Jim White, Jim McCartie, George Cook, Fred Frain, Frank Woods, Rod Frain, Ren Frain. More description is on facing page circa 1899
Image: "Top of chute." 6 men with peavey poles posing on log deck near cables & skid road. Wonderful description of logging from Pokegama to Klamathon is on facing page circa 1899
Image: "Log chute where logs from Pokegama district were shot into the Klamath River." Wonderful description of logs going down Pokegama chute is on facing page circa 1899
Image: "Stringer tongue early type high wheels. Supposedly used at Pokegama at early day." Man standing beside 2 horses hitched to big wheels; building in background
Image: "'Old Blue' Locomotive No. 1." Side view of short locomotive with engineer in cab
Image: "'Old Blue' locomotive #1 hauled in by ten bull team from Klamathon. Ed Way, woods boss later for Algoma at head of engine; Bud Imman (?) was engineer; brakeman might be Frank Woods." Story about "Old Blue" is on facing page
Image: "Old spool donkey, west side of Upper Klamath Lake." 4 men posing in front of steam donkey in woods circa 1910
Image: "River crew starting from foot of Pokegama chute opposite Beswick." 13 men with peavy poles standing on logs in river; Pokegama chute is in background. Men identified: Flint McCartie, McCartie, George Spannon, Frank Wood, Ed Way, Fred Frain, Cook (?), and Dave Blackmore 10/3/1900
Image: "Signal man on same side of river as chute Ran flag up when chute was clear so could release logs at top." 2 men, woman & 2 boys standing in small shed with flag displayed. Men identified: Mark Frain, John Hessig. More information on facing page
Image: "Ed Way: Logging boss, Algoma Lumber Company. Prior conductor and brakeman and freight rustler on Klamath Lake Railway Co. from Klamathon to Pokegama." More information on facing page circa 1916
Image: "Railroad logging at Pokegama. Boy on logs is Bill Hurn Cars are Russell logs are peeled to go down chute into Klamath River." Small boy sitting on load of peeled logs on railroad car. More information on facing page
20 1: Map of a portion of France showing railroads, bridges, lines, cemetery/church, and positions
Collier WWI
October 1918
20 2: Document: Certificate of Alfred Collier's promotion to First Lieutenant
Collier WWI
5 August 1917
20 3: Man standing beside engine near shed: "Engine on the W.C.L." Fading photo in a paper matt
20 4: 13-man crew loading logs on Weed Lumber Co. railroad cars; they are using mechanical power without swing boom; too many men are shown for this operation
Tingley
1920s
20 5: Negative of photo #4 (melted) -- Weed Lumber Co. car and crew (same picture)
Tingley
1920s
20 6: Photo in paper frame: bridge across river/creek near Collier Park
20 7: Matted photo: "County Fair 1907 -- Held on the site of the present S.P. [Southern Pacific] Depot." Panoramic view of many people around grandstand
Photographer E.B. Hall
1907
20 8: 5 panoramic photos attached to wood frame - flipbook style
1- "Shay engine and solid train of logs from one tree"2- "Log pond -- 22 acres"3- "Field's Landing Wharf -- 4 PLT Co. steamers"4- "The virgin forest"5- "A redwood"
20 9: Matted photo: "Maxwell Spur- 1890's(?) -- Weed." Horses pulling heavily loaded log wagon in front of sawmill. Maxwell & Eddy Lumber Co. was located on SPRR about 2 miles south of Weed, Siskiyou County, CA
Tingley
1890s
20 10: Matted photo: Man standing by long load (probably piling) loaded on 3 railroad cars; center car (idler car) carries no weight, allowing it to swing freely on curves
20 11: Matted photo: 4 men & horses moving logs down a slope with slip tongue big wheels -- great photo of big wheel operation
Historical Society, Duluth, MN; Miller Photography, Klamath Falls
1920s
20 12: Matted photo: Man standing next to a large ponderosa pine tree
Historical Society, Duluth, MN; Miller Photography, Klamath Falls
20 13: Matted photo: 3 men making undercut with axes -- 1 man and tree looks identical to photo #12. Photo shows marking hatchet with cruise pad, kerosene bottle, measuring stick. See description on photo ID form
Historical Society, Duluth, MN; Miller Photography, Klamath Falls
20 14: Matted photo: 3 men & 2 horses bundling logs for skidding by big wheels
Historical Society, Duluth, MN; Miller Photography, Klamath Falls
20 15: Matted photo: 8-10 men standing on a stack of logs made with cross braced structure & steam donkey. Horses in photo are not part of loading because there is only one part line to handle these big logs
20 16: 10 men posing by big wheels, train load of logs, loading crane & tractor -- 5 crewmen are named. Logging on Chiloquin Ridge, SW of Chiloquin
C. Kinsey Photo, Seattle
1932
20 17: 17 men posing with railroad log cars & 5 "60" Cats with slip tongue big wheels at reload with McGiffert loader. Man in front is wearing a suit. "Forest Lumber Co. camp, about 1927: North Marsh Unit Klamath Indian Reservation"
Harry Mesner; C. Kinsey Photo
1924-1930
20 18: Matted photo: Many men & 2 horses by mill shed & corduroy skid road, including Charley Adams, Dave Bruley, Albert Bruley (age 3)
20 19: 2 men scaling logs, among log bundles & slash piles. Photo caption reads: "Forest Lumber Co. camp on Reservation about 1927: North Marsh Unit Klamath Reservation"
Harry Mesner; C. Kinsey Photo
1920-1930
20 20: 16 men posing on McGiffert loader, railroad cars & big wheels. "Forest Lumber Co: loading with McGiffert loader about 1927: North Marsh Unit Klamath Reservation"
Harry Mesner; C. Kinsey Photo
circa 1927
20 21: Matted photo: 3 men & 2 horses preparing to skid a large log. Caption reads "Pelican Bay Lumber Co"
Historical Society, Duluth, MN; Miller Photography, Klamath Falls
circa 1920s
20 22: Photo of many men & several horse/mule teams with wagons on dirt street in front of "Klamath Republican" building. Wagons have just arrived from Pokegama carrying rails for use on the new Linkville Trolley line; rail had been salvaged from abandoned logging railroad. Caption reads "McInyre and his white mules with rails for Linkville (illegible)"
11" × 14"
circa 1905
20 23: Matted photo: Men, women & children with horse teams pulling logging wagons. Dave Bruley is identified
20 24: Matted photo: 3 men with 2-horse team pulling big wheels (not slip tongue). "Weed"
20 25: Photo of many men & boys posed on risers. Caption reads "Forest Lumber Co. logging crew waiting for supper about 1927: North March Unit Klamath Reservation"
11" × 14"
Harry Mesner; C. Kinsey Photo, Seattle
circa 1927
20 26: Matted photo: Crew of a small sawmill plus dog & small boy. Dave Bruley, Albert Bruley (boy) & Charley Adams are listed on photo
20 27: Matted photo: 8 horses ready to pull decorated wagon load of lumber down Main St., Klamath Falls - 4th of July parade, Pelican Bay Lumber Co. The Klamath area produced lots of lumber, even during the depression circa 1920
20 28: Matted photo: 3 men making undercut with axes in large ponderosa pine tree; 1 man holds large crosscut saw. "Pelican Bay Lumber Co"
Historical Society, Duluth, MN; Miller Photography, Klamath Falls
20 29: Photo of men working around 2 "60" Cats & McGiffert loader. Photo caption reads "Chiloquin Lumber. Co. -- Blocklinger"
11" × 14"
C. Kinsey Photo, Seattle
1932
20 30: Photo of dozens of men seated on lumber stack, horse & tractor -- most men are named. "Chiloquin Lumber Co"
11" × 14"
C. Kinsey Photo, Seattle
1932
20 31: 5 photos mounted on one page: "Harvey and Adams Sawmill at Ivan near Worden, Ore." Photos include the sawmill, wagon load of logs, sawmill crew and workers & horses in lumber yard (3 people are labeled) 1905-1910; circa 1920

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Series II:  World War I
4.5 linear feet, 7 boxes and 3 albums
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Bridge Manual- Standards, general information and instructions
1 Bulletin No. 3- Office of the state highway commission Salem, OR Dec. 1916- Prepared under the direction of John H. Lewis, State Engineer
1 Expert Endeavor- Amos R. Wells copyright 1911
1 Roads, Highways, Bridges, and Ferries- Ben W. Olcott 1919 Salem, OR
2 War Dept. Army War College. Training of Divisions for Offensive Action. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Infantry in the Defense. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Telephone Listening- In Service. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Notes on Railroads and Mechanical and Wagon Transport. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Landscape Sketching. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Battle Maps. (1 annex, 1 non-annex). Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Use of Mines in Trench Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office
2 copies
1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Deep Gallery Shelters. Washington Government Printing Office
2 copies
1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Offensive Conduct of Small Units. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. The German Army in the War. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Gas as a Weapon in Modern Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Liaison in Modern Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Tactical Use of Foreground Illumination. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Notes on Anti-Aircraft Guns Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Training for Rifle Fire in Trench Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Methods of Attack and Defense to Meet the Conditions of Modern Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Notes on the Construction and Equipment of Trenches. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Forward Intercommunication in Battle. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Use of Machine Guns in Trench Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. On Signal and Illuminating Devices and the Apparatus for Projecting Them. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Grenade Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Trench Warfare. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. The Means of Communication between Aeroplanes and the Ground. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Notes on Recent Operations, No. 3. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Notes on Fortification Shelters in the Position Warfare of the Present Time. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 War Dept. Army War College. Notes on Field Fortifications. Washington Government Printing Office 1917
2 Milham, Charles G. Atta Boy: The Story of New York's 77th Division. Brooklyn Daily Eagle. New York 1919
2 Delapierre, E. Americans in Laval and Vicinity. Syndicat d'Initiative de la Mayenne 1919
2 Huede, H. Cours De Routes & Voies Ferrées. Librairie Polytechnique CH. Béranger, Paris/ Liège 1912
2 Limasset Lucien. Cours De Routes: Voies Ferrées Sur Chaussées Chemins Vicinaux. Librairie Polytechnique CH. Béranger, Paris/ Liège 1918
3 Pioneer Notes
3 Bridge Notes
3 Rules of Land Warfare. Military Publishing Co. NY 26 April 1914
3 Mobilization of the National Guard. Government Printing Office 1917
3 Instruction on Liaison for Troops of All Arms. Paris Imprimerie Nationale 8 August 1917
3 Regulations for Machine Gun Companies Equipped with Hotchkiss Machine Guns, Model 1914 on Tripod Mounts, Model 1915, Omnibus Type. Paris Imprimerie Nationale 1917
3 Outline of Lessons in Company Administration. Army Service Schools Press 1917
3 Lectures on Military Sanitation and Management of the Sanitary Service. Government Printing Office 1917
3 Bulletin No. 16, Act of Congress. War Department 22 June 1916
3 Signal Book. Military Publishing Co. 1916
3 Johnson, George C. Memoranda Court- Martial Procedure 1917
3 Ponton Manual. Government Printing Office 1917
3 Spalding, George R (Major). Training Manual in Topography, Map Reading, and Reconnaissance 1917
3 Engineer Training Manual Preface, Introduction, and Part I Principles of Training. Government Printing Office 1917
3 Engineer Training Manual Part III- Engineer Officers Reserve Corps Optional Training. Government Printing Office 1917
3 Engineer Training Manual Part VIII- Intensive Training and Mobilization for War. Government Printing Office 1917
3 Engineer Training Manual Appendix No. 1 Elements of Administration. Government Printing Office 1917
4 American Expeditionary Forces. Engineer Field Notes. Base Printing Plant. 29th Engineers. U.S. Army 1918
4 Report and Maps Pertaining to Report of General John J. Pershing, U.S. A. Commander-in-Chief American Expeditionary Forces. As cabled to the Secretary of War 20 November 1918
4 War Department. Army War College. Artillery Operations of the Ninth British Corps at Messines, June 1917. Washington: Government Printing Office 1917
4 War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineers. Professional Papers of the Corps of Engineers. U.S. Army No. 29: Engineers Field Manual. Pts I- VI. Washington: Government Printing Office 1912
4 War Department. Office of the Chief of Staff. Manual of the Interior Guard Duty, U.S. Washington: Government Printing Office 1914
4 War Department. Office of the Chief of Staff. Field Service Regulations United States Army. New York: Military Publishing Co. 1914
4 Butts, Edmund L. Manual of Physical Drill, United States, Army. New York: D. Appleton and Company 1915; (1987)
4 Moss, Jas A, Major. Army Paperwork: A Practical Working Guide in Army Administration. Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing 1917
4 War Department. Regulations for the Army of the United States. Washington: Government Printing Office 1917
4 Gallichan, Walter M, compiler. The Soldiers' English and French Conversation. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co. 1917
4 National Security League. English - French Handbook for the Use of United States Soldiers. New York
4 Plumon, Eugene. Vade-Mecum for the Use of Officers and Interpreters in the Present Campaign. French and English Technical and Military Terms. Paris. London: Hachette & Co. and New York: Brentano's 1917
5 Manual of Ceremonies of the American Legion Auxiliary
5 Crowley, T.T. (Major) and Burch, G.C. (Captain). Eight Stars to Victory: Operations of the First Engineers: Combat Battalion in World War II
5 Dupuis, Antoine A. and Black, Lloyd L. (compilers). Records of the First Regiment U.S. Engineers World War One 1955
5 History of Company "F". First U.S. Engineers 1919-1918-1919. Printing Office George Sauerborn: Montabaur, Germany
5 Second Division Association. The Indian. Vol. 1, No. 8 3 June 1919
5 Program American Legion Armistice Revue. Pelican Theatre 11 November 1929
5 Society of the First Division. Memorial Album: Pictorial History of the 1st Division
5 (Letter). To: Comrades of The First Division From: President, Society of The First Division, A.E.F 16 August 1927
5 (Scrap of paper with notes)
Box/Folder
6/1 Collier Letters WWI 10 January 1917-23 December 1917
Box/Folder
6/2 Collier Letters to Dorothy Collier 1 January 1917-25 December 1918
Box/Folder
6/3 Collier Letters WW I 1 January 1918-12 May 1918
Box/Folder
6/4 Collier Letters WW I 9 June 1918-25 December 1918
Box/Folder
6/5 Collier Letters WW I
Includes Newspaper clipping about Collier WW I 1918
2 February 1919-31 March 1919
Album
Album 1
photos 1-228
images
Photo# 1: Alfred D. Collier's honorable discharge papers 25 June 1917
Photo# 2: General orders No.33 from George A. White, Adjutant Chief of Staff, to Alfred D. Collier, 1st Lt 23 July 1917
Photo# 3: General orders No.30 from George A. White, Adjutant Chief of Staff 18 July 1917
Photo# 4: Man in uniform
Photo# 5: Man in uniform sitting in front of tent. "Dick"
Photo# 6: Uniformed man standing in front of memorial to Confederate troops in Battle of Lookout Mountain
Similar to image #26
Photo# 7: Two uniformed men standing in front of house. 'Bums'
Photo# 8: Three men in uniform next to trailer/ wagon hitch
Similar to image #22
Photo# 9: View down street of small dwellings- probably housing U.S. military
Photo# 10: "Company B 1st Sep. Batt'n, Oregon Engineers, Berlin or Bust." Caption says, "Our slogan"
Uniformed men hanging out of train windows next to their banner. Back says, "Enroute: The boys traveled in the best we could get a hold of"
Photo# 11: Teepee-style tents set up in a row
Photo# 12: Three uniformed men standing on cliff- city can be seen far below.
Photo# 13: Man with chef's hat
Photo# 14: Three men in a trench
Photo# 15: Two men in coats
Photo# 16: Group of men with map and tools- shovel, pickaxe etc
Photo# 17: Line of buildings. One says, "Genuine Philadelphia"
Photo# 18: Man with bayonet (on gun) in fighting stance. Tents in background
Similar to image #21
Photo# 19: Certificate appointing Alfred D. Collier to Captain of Engineers in U.S. Army 31 January 1919
Photo# 21: Man with bayonet in fighting stance
Similar to image #18
Photo# 22: Three men next to trailer or wagon hitch
Similar to image #8
Photo# 23: Two men in (mock) fighting stance. One has a small gun, the other a bayonet
Same image as #25
Photo# 24: Uniformed man leaning against building smoking a cigar
Photo# 25: Two men in (mock) fighting stance. One has a small gun, the other a bayonet
Same image as #23
Photo# 26: Man next to memorial
Similar to image #6
Photo# 27: "Company B 1st Sep. Battalion, Oregon Engineers, Berlin or Bust." Banner hanging on outside of building
Photo# 28: Man in uniform with tennis racquet
Photo# 29: "Colonel M.L. Walker, 'The daddy of the 116th engineers.'"
Photo# 30: Man wearing mask of mustached man
Photo# 31: Three trench coated men looking down into trench. Caption, "A.D.Cs"
Photo# 32: Uniformed man
Photo# 33: Uniformed man sitting in doorway
Photo# 34: Uniformed man standing erect
Photo# 35: Man leaning out of window on top story of building
Photo# 36: Postcard of street in France- Selles-sur-Cher, Avenue de la Gare
Caption says, "Got 500 casuals here. They tapped some new wine casks. Just like vinegar"
Photo# 37: Postcard- Langres- Le Colombier Militaire
Photo# 38: Postcard- Selles-sur-Cher, L'Hospice
Photo# 39: Postcard- Selles-sur-Cher, Vue générale. Bridge
Photo# 40: Postcard- Selles-sur-Cher, L'Eglise
On back, "Market day"
Photo# 41: Postcard- Selles-sur-Cher, Moulin de Clausure, Usine électrique
Building on river run by electricity
Photo# 42: "Corner of Chattanooga from Lookout Mountain, Lookout Park"
Photo# 43: Uniformed man standing in field
Photo# 44: Fuzzy view of large house on hill
Photo# 45: Military men on base
Photo# 46: Railroad tracks through a city
Photo# 47: Trench
Photo# 48: Fuzzy view of trench coated man
Photo# 49: Countryside. Arrow points to a certain spot
Photo# 50: Trench and tree debris
Photo# 51: Trench on hillside
Photo# 52: Trench and similarly ravaged hillside. Arrow pointing to area on ground
Photo# 54: Postcard - Camp de la Courtine, Casernes (1st Brigade)
Apartment-style buildings
Photo# 55: Postcard- Camp de la Courtine, La Gare - Vue Générale
Railroad and town
Photo# 56: Postcard- Camp de la Courtine, Mess et Habitations des Officiers
Residences of the officials
Photo# 57: Postcard- Camp de la Courtine, La Poste
Two men walking across street between buildings
Photo# 58: Postcard- Camp de la Courtine, Vue générale de la 1st Brigade. Housing
Photo# 59: Postcard- Camp de la Courtine, Avenue de la Gare
Photo# 60: Postcard- men riding horses down snowy street
Photo# 61: Military on hillside
Back says, "'Halt!' 'Fall out on the right!' Winter Maneuvers 1917"
Photo# 62: Military standing in group with horses, in snow
Photo# 63: Military lined up on road
Photo# 64: Military lined up on road
Photo# 65: Two men leaning on snowy berm next to cookware
Photo# 66: Postcard- Langres, Entrée de Blanchefontaine
Fenced off park-like area
Photo# 67: Postcard- Langres, Blanchefontaine, le Jet d'eau de la Grenouille
Fountain
Photo# 68: Postcard- Langres, Porte Romaine
Photo# 69: Postcard- Langres, Fontaine des Fées
Photo# 70: Postcard- Environ de Langres, Rochers de Sabinus
Rock formation
Photo# 71: Postcard- Environ de Langres, Grotte de Sabinus, l'entrée
Cave entrance
Photo# 72: Postcard- Langres, Porte de l'Hôtel de Ville
Military men walking into building
Photo# 73: Postcard- Langres, La Porte des Moulins
Entryway into portion of city
Photo# 74: Postcard- Langres, Porte Henri IV, construite en 1604
Henry IV's castle
Photo# 75: Postcard- Langres, La Crémaillère. Railroad tracks and train
Photo# 76: Postcard- Langres, Porte de la Citadelle
Marching band going through entryway
Photo# 77: Postcard- Langres, Vue prise des Fourches
Countryside
Photo# 78: Postcard- Langres, Les Remparts
Soldier standing guard over city
Photo# 79: Postcard- Langres, Pont-Tunnel de Balesmes, sur le Canal de la Marne à la Saône
Bridge over waterway
Photo# 80: Postcard- Langres, Les Bureaux du Génie et la Porte des Moulins
Grand buildings
Photo# 81: Postcard - Langres, Maison Renaissance
Mansion
Photo# 82: Postcard- Langres, Le Collège de Jeunes Filles
Photo# 83: Postcard- Langres, La Cathédrale
Photo# 84: Special Order document verifying A. Collier's completion of an engineering course, and instructing him to return to the war in France 28 January 1918
Photo# 85: Postcard- Langres, Ancien Grand Séminaire, Aujourd'hui Caserne Carteret- Trécourt
Large, grand building
Photo# 86: Postcard- Langres, L'Hôtel de Ville
Photo# 87: Postcard- Langres, La Caserne Turenne
Back says, "Went to Army school at Langres Jan. 1 to 20, 1918. Stopped at this barracks"
Photo# 88: "Representation of General Relations between the Engineer Service and Tactical Command"
Chart of army engineer hierarchy
4/1/1918
Photo# 89: "Railroad Transportation, Geographical Organization"
Small maps of France
4/1/1918
Photo# 90: "Diagram of Army Area, Diagram of Corps Area"
Chart of troop layout
4/1/1918
Photo# 91: Chart of work representations for GHQ, Army, Corps, and Div 4/1/1918
Photo# 92: "Tactical Organization"
Layout of command hierarchy
4/1/1918
Photo# 93: "Engineer Service at Front, Services of Supply"
Small charts
4/1/1918
Photo# 94: "Typical Communications, Corps Area, Stores Service" 4/1/1918
Photo# 95: Postcard- Angers, Le Dépôt du Génie
Grand, fenced buildings
Photo# 96: Postcard- Angers, Caserne Desjardins
Back says, "My happy home for 2 months"
Photo# 97: Postcard- Angers, Manœuvres de Génie
Dock with many small boats. Soldiers lined up to get into boats
Photo# 98: Postcard- Angers, Manœuvres de Génie
Dock with soldiers getting into boats
Photo# 99: Postcard- Angers, Exercices de Pontage par le Génie sue le Loir, près Angers
Soldiers and boats
Photo# 100: Postcard- Angers, Manœuvres de Génie- Lancement d'un Pont sur la Loire
Soldiers on dock
Photo# 101: Postcard- Angers, Portail de l'Ancienne Abbaye Toussaint
Photo# 102: Postcard- Cathédrale d'Angers, La Chaire
Photo# 103: Postcard- Angers, Le Château
Historical monument
Photo# 104: Postcard- Angers
Depicts a war scene from Basse-Chaine in 1850
Photo# 105: Postcard- Angers, Le Cathédrale
Colored image
Photo# 106: Postcard- Angers, Caserne du 33, Régiment d'Artillerie
Photo# 107: Postcard- Chamarandes, La Haute-Marne
Photo# 108: Postcard- Chaumont, Le Marche
Stores along streetside
Photo# 109: Postcard- Chaumont
Back says, "The most wonderful piece of stone masonry in France"
Photo# 110: Postcard- Chaumont, Monument des Enfants de la Haute-Marne morts pour la Patrie
Photo# 111: Postcard- Chaumont, Le Square Philippe-Lebon
Photo# 112: Postcard- Chaumont. Infant Monument in detail
Photo# 113: Postcard- Chaumont, La Cuisse d'Epargne
Colorful, grand building
Photo# 114: Postcard- Chaumont, Square du Boulingrin, La Fontaine
Fountain
Photo# 115: Postcard- Chaumont, La Caserne
Back says, "American G.H.Q. A.E.F. Now minus, of course, the French"
Photo# 116: Postcard- Chaumont, le Viaduc
Photo# 117: Memo from Major General R.L. Bullard to Major George F. Lewis commending him for work in constructing a trench. Collier's note at bottom describes his contribution 15 May 1918
Photo# 118: Military cemetery
Photo# 119: Troops sitting on ground.
Photo# 120: Three uniformed soldiers
Photo# 121: Large group of soldiers posing for picture
Photo# 122: Seven soldiers standing in front of the infirmary
Photo# 123: Snowy graveyard in front of church
Photo# 124: Soldier standing in front of grave
Photo# 125: Three soldiers behind wagons. "Kimbrough, Guy Williams, Ashby"
Photo# 126: Castle remains
Photo# 127: Military graveyard. Visible graves: George Gassenburger, Julius Bruskin, Virgil E. Weaver, Chas A. Smith, and James Papineau
Photo# 128: "Dugout in Mesuit Wood. June, 1918"
Photo# 129: Building remains
Back says, "Coullème ___ May 25, 1918. 'It don't pay to be around when the 210s come sliding over.'"
Photo# 130: "Dugouts in Mesuit Woods. F Co. May 1918"
Photo# 131: "Midsummer afternoon. 'Work starts at dark.'"
Photo# 132: "A Rude Callex was nas broken into Papa Giraud's wine cellar- Back entrance of our office. Broyes April, 1918"
Photo# 133: Similar hole in the ground
Photo# 134: Army gathered on field. "Croix-de-Guerre"
Photo# 135: Large group of men posing in snow
Photo# 136: Fenced off grave
Photo# 137: Soldier in hiding. "Fiddler's Dugout"
Photo# 138: Two other soldiers in hideout. "Ordinance Inn"
Photo# 139: Soldier in hideout
Photo# 140: Three soldiers at camp eating a meal
Photo# 141: Two men near Fiddler's Dugout
Photo# 142: Soldier wearing gas mask
Photo# 143: Soldier with pans waiting in line for food. "Chow lines"
Photo# 144: Well-dressed children posing with priest in front of church. "Sunday 'Somewhere in France.'"
Photo# 145: Soldiers in grass field
(Rest of description is covered)
9 June 1918
Photo# 146: "Asleep in orchard at Froissy after all night hike back from Montdidier Front July 8, 1918. The boys got 100 bottles of "Vin Rouge" and 20 bottles of brandy out of a cellar across the road. Nabbed "Smoke" Ashworth behind the hedgerow here"
Soldiers lying under trees
Photo# 147: "Motor of a Boche aeroplane that got his in front of Broyes"
Photo# 148: "French graveyard"
Photo# 149: "Catch 'em young. Treat 'em rough. Tell'em nothing. St. Mihiel Sept. 1918." Group of soldiers: Foley, Hacklepuek, Red Gawin, Balton, Rudor Gray, Despain, M____, Duprée, Ford, Sgt. Williamson, Heldned"
Photo# 150: "40 E. 1st Engineers at Mesnil St- Firmin. Capt. Williar, Lt. Cox, Lt. Swanson. Jun Montdidier Front"
Photo# 151: Large group of soldiers in semi-circle. "Jacques" is labeled
Photo# 152: "Lt. Potter and section, Belvoir Farm"
Similar image to #151
Photo# 153: "Lt. J.W. Ryan and section, Belvoir Farm"
Similar image to #151
Photo# 154: "'F' Co officers, Belvoir Farm, June 1918. Well is 200 meters deep"
Photo# 155: Similar group picture. "Lt. C.D. Symes and section, Belvoir Farm"
Photo# 156: "Granary in Chateau at Mesnil-St-Firmin. Co. E Wagon at right. Montdidier Front June"
Photo# 157: Postcard- Beauvais- Cathedral
Photo# 158: "'Rest Billets'- One of the reasons that led the 1st Dir. To lay off taking prisoners. June 1918." Graveyard
Photo# 159: T rail in countryside
Photo# 160: Soldiers loading up wagons
Photo# 161: Graveyard
Photo# 162: Soldiers in a car. McNally and Smith labeled
Photo# 163: Military cars and truck hauling leaved-branches
Photo# 164: Soldiers around recently constructed fence
Photo# 165: Soldiers playing baseball
Related to image #164
Photo# 166: Audience on hillside watching game
Related to image #164
Photo# 167: "Officers 1st engineers. Watching 2nd Bn officers team skin 1st Bn. July 1918"
Baseball game
Photo# 168: Military tents in clearing
Photo# 169: "Mont-le-Vignoble __ Toul in ex___ left. Rest after Boissons. Aug. 1, 1918"
Photo# 170: "Chaplain 6th F.A. Bonvilliers June 1, 1918. The 'Billy Sunday of the Army.' A fine old gray haired Scout"
Photo# 171: Soldier in graveyard
Photo# 172: Soldiers driving mule-drawn covered wagons
Photo# 173: Front view of wagons
Photo# 174: Group of soldiers sitting behind roped off area. Audience of boxing match
Photo# 175: "Rousseau and Williamson 4th of July Prize Fight"
Boxers in ring surrounded by audience of soldiers
Photo# 176: Soldiers and women, possibly nurses
Photo# 177: Soldiers in a row, officer speaking to them. Other soldiers surround them
Photo# 178: Soldiers near forest
Photo# 179: Soldiers walking into forest
Photo# 180: Soldiers and women eating
Photo# 181: Soldiers exiting boxcar
Photo# 182: Building ruins
Photo# 183: Soldiers in forest
Photo# 184: Houses and church at dusk
Photo# 185: Building remains
Photo# 186: Two soldiers in front of tent
Photo# 187: Building ruins
Photo# 188: Graveyard on church grounds
Photo# 189: Army camp in forest
Photo# 190: Soldiers in field
Photo# 191: Soldiers in forest dugout
Photo# 192: House remains
Photo# 193: Pack mules and soldier
Photo# 194: Soldier and cannon in dugout
Photo# 195: Soldier in forest camp
Photo# 196: Building remains
Photo# 197: Fenced graves
Photo# 198: Soldiers walking down road
Photo# 199: Soldiers chopping wood
Photo# 200: Soldiers reviewing paper at camp
Photo# 201: Building remains
Photo# 202: Large house and church
Photo# 203: Mules in rock cave
Photo# 204: Building remains
Photo# 205: "Boarding Camions for Soissons Drive. 'Cap' Hanse and Doc. Hoddleston."
Soldiers being driven away in trailers
Photo# 206: Tanks
Photo# 207: Soldier reading The Washington Times
Photo# 208: Soldier next to trench and equipment
Photo# 209: Two soldiers in treed area
Photo# 210: Soldiers, equipment, and house ruins
Photo# 211: Tanks in forest
Photo# 212: Tank
Photo# 213: Soldier in front of office
Photo# 214: Five soldier in front of building
Photo# 215: Soldier and fox?
Photo# 216: Children standing on bridge over marshy pond
Photo# 217: Three soldiers
Photo# 218: Building
Photo# 219: Three soldiers next to fenced-off building
"Baueq"
Photo# 220: Four soldiers walking through town
Photo# 221: "Horses must be ____ved (relieved?) 3 times only under direct supervision of an officer. Peaceful Jouy-sous-les-Cotes." Front says, "McArthur "Z" Co"
Photo# 222: "Officers of 2nd Battalion before St. Mihiel"
Photo# 223: Two soldiers sitting on steps of 1st Engineers Headquarters
"Oglesby, Miller"
Photo# 224: "Sgt. Kelly and Co "G""
Soldier with spade
Photo# 225: "St. Mihiel. Footbridge for infantry across Rupt-de-Madt"
Photo# 226: Soldiers and three women clothed in black at graveyard
Photo# 227: Sgt. Kelley in trench with missile?
Photo# 228: Bridge.
Album
Album 2
photos 229-459
images
Photo# 229: Lines of armed soldiers
Photo# 230: Digging a hole for a missile?
Photo# 231: "Cole, Demolition ____"
Photo# 232: "Dugout crew, Pvveuelle Woods August 1918. Waiting for the smoke to clear"
Photo# 233: Man standing guard of underground entrance
Photo# 234: Bunches of grass drying?
Photo# 235: Four soldiers walking through town
Photo# 236: Armed soldiers in field
Photo# 237: Soldiers
Photo# 238: Soldiers
Photo# 239: Soldiers and equipment in field
Photo# 240: Walking cows through water-filled walkway
Photo# 241: Tank
Photo# 242: Remains of a house
Photo# 243: Moat
Photo# 244: Waterfall and stream in front of houses
Photo# 245: "Bathing at Jezainville near Pont-à-Mousson. August 1918"
Group of naked soldiers at creek
Photo# 246: Drainage system and stream in front of house
Photo# 247: Waterfall
Photo# 248: Building ruins
Photo# 249: "Bridge for Divisional Artillery. Rupt-de-Madt. Sept. 1918. 'Going across.' + 5 minutes"
Clothed soldiers on shore, naked ones in stream. Rope bridge
Photo# 250: "Infantry footbridge"
Photo# 251: "Bridge for Divisional Artillery. Rupt-de-Madt. Sept. 1918. 'Going across.' + 10 minutes"
Photo# 252: Armed soldiers in field
Photo# 253: "St. Mi__ artillery bridge. Richecourt"
Photo# 254: Cemetery
Photo# 255: "'Gefallen' in more ways than one"
Cemetery- focus is on a large cross stone
Photo# 256: Various steel tools/ artifacts
Photo# 257: "No. __ German Tortte. Dangerous if provoked. Loves to lie on table, against doors or dugout steps"
Explosive
Photo# 258: Wall with plate- crown, "W" and 1914 on plate"
Photo# 259: German cemetery
Photo# 260: "Wire cutting team. 'Let's go!'"
Photo# 261: Wire cutting team
Photo# 262: "Barb wire team. St. Mihiel Sept. 12"
Photo# 263: Chaos of wire fences in front of huge house
Photo# 264: "Fritz blew 3 holes in this little gap and turned it into a creek. French Corp Engineers worked with us in putting the shunt in and planking it. The halted column (10 hours work) is about 8 miles long. Sept. 1918"
Photo# 265: "Ruins. Richecourt. Mont Sec in the background"
Photo# 266: Overview of village
Photo# 267: "Direct hit on tank. Fox holes in background"
Photo# 268: Armed soldiers on field
Photo# 269: "There's nothing so soothing to the soldiers' nerves as a game of crap. Digging in on the St. Mihiel objective Sept. 13, 1918"
Photo# 270: Airborne blimp
Photo# 271: Blimp on ground surrounded by people
Photo# 272: "1 hour after taking Nousard in St. Mihiel Drive. The ladies insisted on kissing their deliverers. The girl in the center has a scar on her forehead as a gift from the last German officer in town"
Photo# 273: "Patching shell holes at Apremont. Sept. 16, 1918"
Photo# 274: "The stable sergeant fighting his own chances. Sgt. Church, St. Mihiel Salient. Sept. 12, 1918"
Photo# 275: Pack horse standing outside of ruined house
Photo# 276: Hitching horses to wagons outside of stables
Photo# 277: Wagon driver and horses lying dead on side of road
Photo# 278: Mules outside of ruins
Photo# 279: Rears of mules outside of ruins
Photo# 280: Wagon driving down road
Photo# 281: Soldiers on road
Photo# 282: "Barricade for German machine gun in streets of Apremont. "F" Co. lived in a swell German summer resort farther up the creek"
Photo# 283: Dealing with ruins
Photo# 284: Soldiers measuring along side of road
Photo# 285: "Sept. 1918. Join the army now and receive a "liberal education." Engineers studying structural cleavage planes. Apremont"
Soldiers shoveling limestone? on road
Photo# 286: Building ruins
Photo# 287: Building ruins
Photo# 288: Battlefield
Photo# 289: Ravaged roadside
Photo# 290: Soldiers walking along road
Photo# 291: Building remains
Photo# 292: "Pop tenting the old campground. President Poincaré and Premier Clemenceau with the Mayor of Apremont dug up money all through the town and held a regular job. Sept. 1918"
Photo# 293: House remains
Photo# 294: "Ruins of Pompeii. Apremont. Sept. 15, 1918. The Maire, Premier Clemenceau and three French generals dug up 8,000 francs and some papers hidden in 1914 in the garden. Some hand shaking exhibition"
Photo# 295: Soldier housing in Apremont. St. Mihiel Drive
Photo# 296: "Street in Apremont"
Photo# 297: "German Rest Camp. "Bois be Nonsard." Sept. 1918"
Photo# 298: Grave?
Photo# 299: Rustic grass fence?
Photo# 300: "The Machine Gun Company 65th Landwehr Regiment. The sign reads, "We falter not and this is our motto." They faltered not but lost no time"
German sign
Photo# 301: Sgt. Kelley D. Co. standing in field of wire
Photo# 302: Camp remains in the forest
Photo# 303: "Apremont Sept. 15, 1918. What the Frenchman who lived at No.1 found when he came home"
House remains
Photo# 304: Four soldiers
Photo# 305: Soldier on horseback
Photo# 306: Three soldiers in a forest
Photo# 307: Soldiers outside army van
Photo# 308: Two soldiers in tent
Photo# 309: Soldier in front of tree
Photo# 310: Soldier next to car
Photo# 311: Two soldiers by army van
Photo# 312: Two soldiers with bayonets
Photo# 313: Soldier, woman, and child
Photo# 314: Monument with a cross
Photo# 315: Plane overhead
Photo# 316: Building remains
Photo# 317: House ruins
Photo# 318: House remains, soldiers on railroad tracks
Photo# 319: Group of soldiers eating
Photo# 320: Soldiers in front of house
Photo# 321: Interior room of a house
Photo# 322: Blimp overhead
Photo# 323: Soldier in forest
Photo# 324: Four soldiers outside of house
Photo# 325: Overview of ravaged city
Photo# 326: House remains
Photo# 327: Houses
Photo# 328: Cannons on roadside
Photo# 329: Soldiers marching down road
Photo# 330: Soldiers surrounding house
Photo# 331: Soldiers outside of house
Photo# 332: Field filled with water
Photo# 333: Soldiers walking down roadside with gear
Photo# 334: Street
Photo# 335: House remains
Photo# 336: House remains
Photo# 337: Soldiers in tanks driving down street
Photo# 338: Houses
Photo# 339: Soldier in front yard of ruined house
Photo# 340: Four soldiers outside of building
Photo# 341: Building remains
Photo# 342: House ruins
Photo# 343: House remains
Photo# 344: Graveyard
Photo# 345: People in rubble remains of house
Photo# 346: House remains
Photo# 347: Cemetery
Photo# 348: General Headquarters list of captains and lieutenants
Alfred Collier is to be moved from 1st Lt. to Capt
Photo# 349: Soldiers setting up outside of houses
Photo# 350: Remains of house
Photo# 351: Four soldiers next to stack of lumber
Photo# 352: German grave
Photo# 353: Group of soldiers eating
Photo# 354: Walkway
Photo# 355: Soldier outside of remains of grand building
Photo# 356: "Richecourt. Rupt-de-Madt in foreground. 1st battalion bridged this. Sept. 12, 1918"
Photo# 357: Pop Walker holding up rock
Photo# 358: Remains of tower
Photo# 359: Field
Photo# 360: House remains
Photo# 361: "Shank" and "Todd" sitting in makeshift tent
Photo# 362: Soldiers washing clothes
Photo# 363: "Master Eu___ Haslett ____ caught while proving that a hole in the ground, a shelter half laid over it, and a gallon of water render all the comforts of an up-to-date bathtub; an object of much interest to the natives who have never seen a tub"
Front says, "Bill Williams"
Photo# 364: Soldiers cooking
"Glauheman" and "Auckstre" labeled
Photo# 365: "Carl Stoffer" mending clothes and tents
Photo# 366: Soldiers at mealtime
Photo# 367: "Motheaten forests"
Barren, war-ravaged land
Photo# 368: Soldiers on horseback, and wagons
"Esues" labeled
Photo# 369: "Road thru ____ to Hill Rock and Dead Mans Hill. Verdun Sector Sept. 1918"
Photo# 370: Soldiers in covered wagons
Photo# 371: " "Hill Rock" for the Divisional Artery"
Photo# 373: Ropes- camp set up?
Photo# 374: Ruined equipment
Photo# 375: "Heinie got 200 of our horses in this valley. One H.E. and a 6 line team. Oct. 6, 1918"
Photo# 376: " "A Good Fritz." This one had a paper pinned to his chest, " I have been rolled over 500 times already. For God's sake bury me!""
Photo# 377: "Drawing tools to go on road job. Oct. 3, 1918"
Photo# 378: Soldiers marching down road
Photo# 379: City street
Photo# 380: House remains
Photo# 381: Soldiers in rubble of what was a house
Photo# 382: Covered wagons and horses lined up in field
Photo# 383: "An army fights as well as moves on its stomach"
Soldiers in line and piles of food
Photo# 384: Hillside
Photo# 385: Soldiers in mule-drawn wagon
Photo# 386: House remains on hillside
Photo# 387: Orders to 1st regiment of Engineers from Chief of Staff
Collier's description of plans on bottom
4 October 1918
Photo# 388: Recognition of exceptional achievement of Collier's division. Read 12/1/1918
Photo# 389: "Germany's Tribute to the 1st Division." Sent from Captain of infantry, U.S. Army, to Headquarters of First Division
Photo# 390: Soldiers on horseback riding through remains of city
Photo# 391: Army van outside of house
Photo# 392: "Boche Touring Car B___ and abandoned near Sommauthe Nov. 8, 1918. Note shortage of rubber tires"
Photo# 393: Small map of France
Photo# 394: "German P___" " The results of some American propaganda. Fritzies coming back into Ivoiry Nov. 8, 1918. Tickled stiff to escape with their lives"
Photo# 395: Baskets in hole. Looks like they are missile casings
Photo# 396: Building ruins
Photo# 397: Secret entryway into 1st Engineers Headquarters
Photo# 398: Rubble remains of building
Photo# 399: Wagons, tents, and mules at camp
Photo# 400: Group of soldiers at camp
Photo# 401: Early airplane in field
Photo# 402: Crashed plane covered with grass
Photo# 403: Plane stuck near trees
Photo# 404: Mangled equipment in field
Photo# 405: Soldiers running through field
Photo# 406: Mangled equipment
Photo# 407: Blimp ready to go
Photo# 408: Soldiers walking through street in town
Photo# 409: Four soldiers underneath bridge "pulling the charge"
Photo# 410: Building remains
Photo# 411: Uncovered underground room- cellar?
Photo# 412: Soldiers and supplies in wagons
Photo# 413: Ruins of town
Photo# 414: Arc remains
Photo# 415: "Refugees Sommauthe. Nov. 4, 1918." "Britain "A" Co"
Photo# 416: Soldiers walking through town
Photo# 417: Citizens of a town posing for picture
Photo# 418: Soldiers and cars near buildings
Photo# 419: "Demolition Du___ 1st Division, Bought from Corp dump by Am___. Train Trucks here transferred to horse drawn caissons. "Hi Hi Hee The Field Artillery shout out your No. loud and strong and you may know where ever you go that the caisson's rolling along"
Photo# 420: Group of foreigners
Photo# 421: Buried cannon
Photo# 422: Twisted railroad tracks
Photo# 423: Train
Photo# 424: 1st Engineers Headquarters
Photo# 425: Group of soldiers
Photo# 426: Cook station
Photo# 427: House ruins
most no longer have roofs
Photo# 428: Soldier's tents
Photo# 429: Building remains, people looking through rubble
Photo# 430: Wagons at camp
Photo# 431: "Vet Halsey"
Photo# 432: House remains
Photo# 433: "Ammunition rolling into Mont Faucon. Nov. 11, 1918"
Photo# 434: Wagons in town
Photo# 435: Soldiers on horseback and wagons carrying supplies
Photo# 436: Postcard- Paris, Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Photo# 437: Postcard- Paris, Place de la Concorde
Photo# 438: Postcard- Paris, Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile
Photo# 439: Postcard- Paris, L'Opéra
Photo# 440: Postcard- Paris, La Madeleine
Photo# 441: Postcard- Paris, Le Trocadéro
Photo# 442: Postcard- Paris, Panorama des Sept Ponts
Photo# 443: Postcard- Paris, Place de la République
Photo# 444: Postcard- Paris, Les Buttes-Chaumont, Le Pont suspendu
Photo# 445: Postcard- Paris, Musée de Cluny
Photo# 446: Postcard- Paris, Le Chambre des Députés
Photo# 447: Postcard- Paris, Gare du Nord
Photo# 448: Postcard- Paris, Colonne de Juillet, Place de la Bastille
Photo# 449: Postcard- Paris, Notre-Dame
Photo# 450: Postcard- Paris, La Grand Palais
Photo# 451: Postcard- Paris, Statue de la République
Photo# 452: Postcard- Paris, La Grand Roue
Photo# 453: Postcard- Paris, Le Boulevard Montmartre
Photo# 454: Postcard- Paris, Le Pont Alexandre III
Photo# 455: Postcard- Paris, La Gare de Lyon
Photo# 456: "Bombardement de Paris par canons à longue portée. "Berthas." 11 Avril 1918. La Maternité"
Photo# 457: "Raid de Gothas sur Paris. 8 Mars 1918 - me Geoffroy-Marie"
Photo# 458: "Raid de Gothas sur Paris. 8 Mars 1918 - me Laffitte"
Photo# 459: "Raid de Gothas sur Paris. 11 Mars 1918 -- F du Temple"
Album
Album 3
photos 460-658
images
Photo# 460: "Bombardement de Paris par canons à longue portée. "Berthas." Vendredi-Saint -- 29 Mars 1918. Eglise and Gervais"
Photo# 461: "Raid de Gothas sur Paris. 11 Mars 1918 -- Rue de l'Entrepôt"
Photo# 462: "Raid de Gothas sur Paris. 30-31 Janvier 1918 -- Avenue de la Grande Armée"
Photo# 463: "Raid de Gothas sur Paris. 12 Avril 1918 -- Rue de Rivoli. (Corpille de 300K)"
Photo# 464: "Raid de Gothas sur Paris. 12 Avril 1918 -- rue Charlemagne. (Corpille de 300K)"
Photo# 465: "Bombardement de Paris par canons à longue portée. "Berthas." Vendredi-Saint -- 23 Mars 1918. rue Charles V"
Photo# 466: Group of people under arc with French and American flags. 26th Rec. U.S. Ine. Band in front
Possibly a liberation celebration
Photo# 467: Soldiers with rolled up flags marching down street
Photo# 468: "Crossing from Luxembourg into Germany Co. F. 1st Engineer. Collier 1st troops"
Soldiers on bridge
Photo# 469: Soldiers- Frigee, Ryan, Gladding, Drubuarte, Wilby, Searls, Wyllie
Photo# 470: Soldiers marching down road
Photo# 471: House remains
Photo# 472: Left-overs of homes
Photo# 473: Building with sign, "Landwirtsch Abteilung"
Photo# 474: Empty streets of town, except for soldiers
Photo# 475: 2 soldiers sitting on steps of 1st Engineers Headquarters
Photo# 476: Six soldiers posing for picture
Photo# 477: Soldiers and townspeople
Photo# 478: Soldiers marching across bridge
Photo# 479: Townspeople and car on cobblestone street
Photo# 480: Soldiers and wagon under celebratory arc with French flags flying
Photo# 481: Soldiers in town
Photo# 482: French children waving the flag
Photo# 483: Soldiers relaxing during a mid-day meal
Photo# 484: Soldiers at lunch
Photo# 485: Soldiers and cook
Photo# 486: Soldiers getting food
Photo# 487: Soldiers at lunchtime
Photo# 488: Soldiers next to cook stove
Photo# 489: Empty street
Photo# 490: Wagons at bottom of hill
Photo# 491: Overview of town and train station. Possibly Germany
Photo# 492: Overview of town. Possibly Germany
Photo# 493: Street- building signs are in German
Photo# 494: Hillside
Photo# 495: Bridge
Photo# 496: Bridge
Photo# 497: Bridge
Photo# 498: Bridge. Possibly Germany
Photo# 499: Soldiers marching across bridge
Photo# 500: Jesus Cortez warming hands over garbage can fire. 2 other soldiers drumming
Photo# 501: "Chow line Christmas Morning. The boys are saving up for dinner." "Cowell" labeled
Photo# 502: Two soldiers with horse
Photo# 503: Uncovered underground storage- cellar?
Photo# 504: Soldiers in kitchen displaying four gutted pigs. "All goes well and the goose hangs high"
Wuchorich, Zumbo, and Miller shown
Photo# 505: Soldiers lining streets
A.O.C., Peterson, and Anderson labeled
Photo# 506: Soldiers outside of kitchen showing off their New Year cakes
Zumbo, Sgt. Britsch, and Wuchorich shown
Photo# 507: Group of soldiers outside of Major Williard's office
Photo# 508: Group of soldiers posing by building
Photo# 509: Larger group posing by same building
Photo# 510: Soldiers on horseback
Photo# 511: Line of soldiers, officer going down line, writing on paper
Photo# 512: "This is the town where we are billeted. The stacks in the background are at the glass factory. The lower right hand picture is the workmen's houses and they are fairly modern and contain many American conveniences. We welcome the bath tub,,, been absent from them"
Postcard of Germany
Photo# 513: Postcard- Die Pfalz im Rhein b. Caub
Photo# 514: Postcard- Schloss Stolzenfels a. Rhein
Photo# 515: Postcard- Die Godesburg
Photo# 516: Postcard- Schloss Rheinstein
Photo# 517: Postcard- Coblenz, am Rhein mit der Schiffsbrücke
Photo# 518: Stamp- Rosengarten, Mannheim
Photo# 519: Stamp- Rathaus in Aachen
Photo# 520: Stamp- Heidelberger Schloss
Photo# 521: Postcard- from Alfred Collier to his father December 31, 1918
Photo# 522: Stamp- Caub und die Pfalz im Rhein
Photo# 523: Stamp- Darmstadt Hochzeitsturm
Photo# 524: Stamp- Düsseldorf
Photo# 525: Stamp- Drachenfels
Photo# 526: Stamp- Mainz
Photo# 527: Stamp- Burg Eltz
Photo# 528: Stamp- Cochem a.d. M
Photo# 529: Stamp- Münster am Stein
Photo# 530: Outskirts of town
Photo# 531: Townspeople on store front
Photo# 532: Three soldiers in town
Photo# 533: Factory and houses
Photo# 534: Factory
Photo# 535: People walking down road with bags on backs
Photo# 536: Soldier in front of house
Photo# 537: Soldier in front of house
Photo# 538: Three soldiers smoking and clowning around in alley
Photo# 539: Three soldiers
Photo# 540: Soldier walking down street with two horses and a flag picturing a castle
Photo# 541: Grand house
Photo# 542: Army wagons going down street
Photo# 543: Soldiers on horseback at bottom of hill
Photo# 544: Soldiers and horses walking down road
" 'Snappy' Lt. Co. D."
Photo# 545: Line of wagons down road
Photo# 546: Floating horses and wagons across the river
Photo# 547: Closer picture of raft carrying wagons and horses across river
Photo# 548: Raft landing on the opposite shore
Photo# 549: Floating the next group across
Photo# 550: Floating more horses and wagons
Photo# 551: Groups on raft and on shore
Photo# 552: Equipment
Photo# 553: Soldiers next to tractor
Photo# 554: Relaxing on ground in front of tractors
Photo# 555: More relaxing
Photo# 556: Military equipment
Photo# 557: Equipment
Photo# 558: Soldiers in field
Same image as # 561
Photo# 559: Soldiers and horses on muddy road
Photo# 560: Lying on ground next to backpacks
Photo# 561: Soldier in field
Same image as # 558
Photo# 562: Soldiers marching across bridge
Photo# 563: Wagons coming down road
Photo# 564: People walking into town
Photo# 565: Large church steeple
Photo# 566: Blossoming tree
Photo# 567: Large buildings, grand houses
Photo# 568: Country road
Photo# 569: Soldiers digging
Photo# 570: More digging
Photo# 571: "Mess hall "Going up". Dec 31, 1918." Same digging site
Photo# 572: "Grading for Mess Shack. Wirges, Germany"
Photo# 573: Group in costume
Photo# 574: Townspeople
Photo# 575: Family- lots of children
Photo# 576: Two adults, many children, and police officer
Photo# 577: Two children
Photo# 578: Group of children
Photo# 579: Children playing
Photo# 580: Townspeople gathered in public square
Photo# 581: Interior of cathedral
Photo# 582: Different cathedral interior
Photo# 583: Children in snow
Photo# 584: "Christmas morning. Going to mass"
Photo# 585: Audience at rodeo
Photo# 586: Rodeo audience and one rider
Photo# 587: Jumper
Photo# 588: Tug of war- mostly soldiers
Photo# 589: Line of soldiers watching horseback riders
Photo# 590: Rider on horseback clearing jump
Photo# 591: Empty field
Photo# 592: Covered wagons
Photo# 593: Wagons parked in field
Photo# 594: Driving wagons away from town
Photo# 595: Townspeople gathered around wagons
Photo# 596: Wagons leaving
Photo# 597: Line of soldiers. "Frost" (officer) facing soldiers
Photo# 598: "Christmas dinner, Wirges, Germany 1918. The porkers are nearly fat enough to kill. They have a song in the regiment. If you want Croix-de-Guerre, line up with "A" Co. If you want to get shot up, line up with "B" or "C" Co. If you want to drill, line up with "D". If you want to loaf, line up with "E". But if you want to eat, line up with "F""
Photo# 599: Four soldiers outside. "Not fully awake yet"
Photo# 600: More soldiers outside
Photo# 601: Officer interacting with one soldier during line up
Photo# 602: More line up. "F" Co. "Sless" labeled
Photo# 603: "Sgt. Suther "Alabam" and horse"
Photo# 604: Soldiers lined up with horses
Photo# 605: Tying down a horse
Photo# 606: Holding horse on ground
Photo# 607: "Alabam" and woman in horse-drawn cart
Photo# 608: Horse held to ground
Photo# 609: Covered wagons and soldiers
Photo# 610: Wagons going down road
Photo# 611: Wagons halted
Photo# 612: Large group of people in front of wagons
Photo# 613: People, soldiers, and wagons in one, big circle
Photo# 614: Audience behind fence, wagons and horses in middle of field. Setup for a public event near the Hotel Kaiser-Wilhelm
Photo# 615: Long lines of soldiers marching on field.
Photo# 616: Three soldiers standing at attention
Photo# 618: Distant view of soldier and horse lines on field
Photo# 619: Soldiers in rows on field
Photo# 620: Marching with flags
Photo# 621: Soldiers on horses in foreground, lines of soldiers in background
Photo# 622: Soldier formations, line in front holding flags
Photo# 623: Row of officers in front
Photo# 624: Flags flying in front row
Photo# 625: Officers giving orders to flag holders
Photo# 626: Rows and rows of perfectly symmetrical formation
Photo# 627: Small group in front being given orders
Photo# 628: Formations in motion- walking
Photo# 629: Soldiers on horseback in front
Photo# 630: Lines at attention
Photo# 631: Lines in formation
Photo# 632: Marching in formation, weapons on shoulders
Photo# 633: Soldier walking down line of others in formation
Photo# 634: Soldiers lined up on street in town
Photo# 635: Cars driving down street
Photo# 636: Car in motion on street
Photo# 637: Five soldiers walking down street
"Pershing" labeled
Photo# 638: "Collier asking Gen. Pershing for socks and shoes"
Photo# 639: Memo to Capt. Collier from W.T. Rossell, Captain of Engineers. Memo gives orders to march 23 February 1919
Photo# 640: "Montdidier"
Photo# 641: "Montisec"
Photo# 642: "St. Mihiel"
Photo# 643: Shack on side of street
Photo# 644: Cannons on field
Photo# 645: Car in town, soldiers on sidewalk and street
Photo# 646: Wagons driving down street away from remains of buildings
Photo# 647: Soldiers leading horses
Photo# 648: Interior of church
Photo# 649: Church
Photo# 650: Barren field
Photo# 651: The Rhein
Photo# 652: "Crossing the Rhein on Pouton Bridge"
Leading horses off dock
Photo# 653: Cathedral. "Rhein"
Photo# 654: Soldier talking to three women
Photo# 655: Alfred Collier's honorable discharge papers. 31 May 1919
Photo# 656: Song written to tune of "Over There." Describes the state of things after the war- how they'll punish the Germans
Photo# 657: "Ye Tragic Story of Ye Fighting First. Poem/ song by D.E. Callen, Battery "D" 5th F.A., 1st Division
Photo# 658: "Road Making in No Man's Land." Poem/ song by Seward D. Allen, Eugene, Oregon 6 December 1918

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Series III:  Family History
1 linear feet, 2 boxes
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
1/1 Newspaper clipping - Collier family
1/2 Letters
1/3 Notes, invitation, and letters
1/4 Restricted - Alfred Douglas Collier and Ethel Foster Collier passports
1/5 Family photos
1/6 Family picture album
Box
2 State Land Board Biennial Report- Oct. 1, 1916 to Sept. 30, 1918 Salem, OR 1918
Box
2 Western Retail Lumberman's Association Program Guide- Portland, OR
Box
2 18th Annual Report of the State Forester Year- ending Dec. 18, 1928 Salem, OR 1929
Box
2 Oregon's Commercial Forests- George W. Peavy, M.F.S. Salem, OR 1929
Box
2 Jesus Who Lived Among Men (intermediate pupils in the Sunday school). Board of Christian Education. Copyright 1932
Box
2 Jesus Who Lived Among Men (teachers and leaders of intermediates). Board of Christian Education. Copyright 1932
Box
2 Intermediate Teachers Quarterly. Park Hays Miller April 1926; May 1926; June 1926
Box
2 Intermediate Teachers Quarterly. Park Hays Miller July 1926; August 1926; September 1926
Box
2 Intermediate Correspondence Schools (instruction paper with exam questions). [Tool Dressing]. #826. Scranton, PA 1906
Box
2 Intermediate Correspondence Schools (instruction paper with exam questions). [Iron Forging]. #825. Scranton, PA 1906
Box
2 Intermediate Correspondence Schools (instruction paper with exam questions). [Hardening and Tempering]. #827. Scranton, PA 1906
Box
2 Intermediate Correspondence Schools (instruction paper with exam questions). [Hammer Work] #829. Scranton, PA 1906
Box
2 The Shorter Catechism. Board of Christian Education. Philadelphia, PA 1923
Box
2 The Intermediate Catechism. Presbyterian Board of Christian Education. Philadelphia, PA 1927
Box
2 First Presbyterian Sunday School. Miscellaneous 1928; 1930; 1931; 1931-1932; 1933-1934
Box
2 Timber Forever. American Lesion Convention. Salem, OR August 1929
Box
2 Report and Estimate of a Preliminary Examination and Survey of a Proposed Gravel Plant on the Willamette River in Lane County Oregon 24 May 1914
Box
2 Douglas Gardens (blueprint)

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Subjects

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.

  • Personal Names :
  • Collier, Alfred D. (Alfred Douglas)--Archives
  • Geographical Names :
  • Collier Memorial State Park (Or.)
  • Klamath Falls, Oregon—History
  • Subject Terms :
  • Logging--Oregon--History
  • Lumber trade--Northwest, Pacific--History
  • Timber—Oregon
  • World War--1914-1918

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