• United States, loaded logging train in woods in Iron Mountain

    Platt, Robert S. (Robert Swanton), 1891-1964

    Due to a malfunction inside Platt's camera, the majority of his first 8,000 images, dating from 1919 to 1933, have blurred areas where the unexposed film was not laying flat inside the camera. His 35m…

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  • Steam engine carrying logs, Stone Lake

    Steam engine carrying logs with men standing in front of it. Millions of board feet of pine and hemlock were logged from the Stone Lake area.

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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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  • United States, logging railroad towards summer camp on upper peninsula of Michigan

    Platt, Robert S. (Robert Swanton), 1891-1964

    Due to a malfunction inside Platt's camera, the majority of his first 8,000 images, dating from 1919 to 1933, have blurred areas where the unexposed film was not laying flat inside the camera. His 35m…

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  • United States, logging railroad running past summer camp on upper peninsula of Michigan

    Platt, Robert S. (Robert Swanton), 1891-1964

    Due to a malfunction inside Platt's camera, the majority of his first 8,000 images, dating from 1919 to 1933, have blurred areas where the unexposed film was not laying flat inside the camera. His 35m…

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  • Lumber at the Erickson Bros. Lumber Co.

    Photo of lumber and vehicles at the Erickson Bros. Lumber Co. in Onalaska between the late 1930s or 1940s. Railroad tracks can be seen in the right of the photo. Original owned by Carol Michener.

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  • United States, hoisting log at logging camp on Michigan's Upper Peninsula

    Platt, Robert S. (Robert Swanton), 1891-1964

    Due to a malfunction inside Platt's camera, the majority of his first 8,000 images, dating from 1919 to 1933, have blurred areas where the unexposed film was not laying flat inside the camera. His 35m…

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  • Lumber shipment by American Hardwood Lumber Co., La Farge, 1904

    C.S. Brown, La Farge, Wis

    Photograph a lumber delivery on the Kickapoo Valley and Northern Railway, also called the Kickapoo Stump Dodger. The lumber was sent by the American Hardwood Lumber Company on August 15th, 1904. Brian…

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  • Erickson Bros. Lumber Co.

    Photo of men working at the Erickson Bros. Lumber Co. in Onalaska. Photo taken between late 1930s and 1940s. Some cars from the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad can be seen at the left…

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  • Men on Lumber Stacks

    Photo of two men by lumber stacks of the Erickson Bros. Lumber Co. in Onalska. The photo was taken between the late 1930s and 1940s. Part of a railroad car can be seen behind the stacks of lumber. Ori…

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  • Kneeland-West lumber camp

    Bean, E.F

    View up the railroad tracks of the Kneeland-West lumber camp.

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  • United States, Robert Platt's students resting near logging train tracks on Michigan's Upper Peninsula

    Platt, Robert S. (Robert Swanton), 1891-1964

    Due to a malfunction inside Platt's camera, the majority of his first 8,000 images, dating from 1919 to 1933, have blurred areas where the unexposed film was not laying flat inside the camera. His 35m…

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  • Gravel pit for logging railroad

    Thwaites, F.T

    Photograph showing the north wall of a pit in very coarse, bouldery gravel. Gravel quarried here was used as ballast for nearby logging railroads. This area is now part of the Nicolet National Forest.

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  • Green timber along logging line

    Thwaites, F.T

    Photograph showing railroad tracks used in logging operations through a stand of green timber. Geologist Eberhardt is seen seated on a log pile at left.

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  • Men on Lumber near Boxcar

    Photo of men and railroad boxcar by stacks of lumber at the Erickson Bros. Lumber Co. in Onalaska. Photo taken between the late 1930s and 1040s. Original owned by Carol Michener.

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  • Lumber beside railroad tracks, Onalaska

    Photograph of lumber stacked beside the railroad tracks from the Erickson Brothers Lumber Company. Donated by Joan Dolbier.

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  • A logging extra near Wausau, Wisconsin

    Engine #447, a 4-4-0, flies the white flags of an extra and has a link-and-pin coupler visible on the pilot.

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  • Hogsback Creek

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around Hogsback Creek. Kaysen enha…

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  • Jump River Fire Tower

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the Jump River Fire Tower.…

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  • Bavaria

    Geological Survey (U.S

    This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct rail lines around the communities of Bavaria…

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