• Lumber camp

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  • Unidentified lumber camp

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  • Douglas County lumber camp

    Hansell, J.M

    Photograph showing an unidentified man standing at a logging camp in Western Douglas County, Wisconsin.

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  • Douglas County lumber camp

    Hansell, J.M

    Photograph showing shanties at a logging camp in Western Douglas County, Wisconsin. An unidentified man is seen standing at the door of the shanty at left.

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  • Logging Crew

    Photograph of a logging crew in northern Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallum from the Holmen area are the cooks in the photo. Original submitted by Holmen Area Historical Society.

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  • Foster Latimer Co. lumber camp

    Photograph showing (left to right) geologists Steig and Hinn at camp 41 of the Foster Latimer Lumber Company.

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  • Blacksmith shop at lumber camp

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  • Lumber camp on Pickerel Lake

    Photograph showing a lumber camp operated by the Park Falls Lumber Company on the north shore of Pickerel Lake. According to the album page caption, hemlock and hardwoods had recently been logged here…

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  • Lumber camp on Pickerel Lake

    Photograph showing a lumber camp operated by the Park Falls Lumber Company on the north shore of Pickerel Lake. Another view of the scene shown in photo wgnhs3288.

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  • John Kaiser Lumber Co. camp

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  • View over lumber piles from Winegar Hill

    Thwaites, F.T

    Panoramic set of two photographs showing a view northwest from Winegar Hill, including a lumber yard filled with piles of cut lumber at left and a farm at right. Winegar Hill, as well as the community…

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  • View over lumber piles from Winegar Hill

    Thwaites, F.T

    Photograph showing a view southwest from Winegar Hill, over a lumber yard filled with piles of cut lumber. Winegar Hill, as well as the community of Winegar, WI were named for William S. Winegar, owne…

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  • Foster Latimer Co. lumber camp

    Photograph showing geologists Steig and Hinn, along with some of the lumbermen at camp 41 of the Foster Latimer Lumber Company. It appears as though Steig is at far left and Hinn is third from right,…

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  • The wisconsin logging book 1839 - 1939

    Roshholt, Malcolm

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  • Lumber Rafting on Wisconsin River

    Sherman, Simon Augustus, 1824-1906

    Simon Augustus Sherman came to Wisconsin from Massachusetts in 1848, settling near his cousin in Plover. Trained as a carpenter, Sherman entered the lumber business after he acquired land at the site…

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  • Lumber Days Return

    Burgess, Francis

    This photograph was published in the La Crosse Tribune on March 13, 1962. The photograph's caption reads: "Logs, an estimated 300,000 to 400,000 feet of them, were lined up along Highway 53 north of O…

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  • Log jammer on logging railroad

    Thwaites, F.T

    Photograph looking west, showing a log jammer alongside the tracks of a logging railroad. Log jammers were pieces of equipment used to load lumber onto railroad cars. This area is now part of the Nico…

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  • Logging operations

    Photograph showing (left to right) Bowers, the cook, and geologists Locken, Osgood and Allen sawing wood at their camp in Upson, Wisconsin. Field notes read "Logging operations at camp in Upson."

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  • Logging road

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  • Logging camp

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