Two truck shay locomotive of Kinzel Lumber Co., Merrill, WI
Hand-carved miniature logging sleg made by Henry Flamang of Solon Springs, WI. He was the father of Betty Helwig, Stone Lake.
Exterior of a logging camp at Signor with loggers in front. Ernie Bean of Stone Lake is on the left.
Loggers at the bunkhouse
At a lumber mill hauling wood
Logging train hauling lumber.
Lumber mill at Tigerton.
Starting a new deck at the landing in Hines yard south of Loretta. These logs decked with jammer and team.
View of lumber mill and piles of logs at Neopit, Menominee Indian Reservation.
Loggers, women, children, and horse teams in front of bunkhouses
Heinemann Lumber Company sawmill in Antigo
Antigo Lumber Company sawmill in Antigo on the shore of Kellogg's Pond
A photo of the interior of the sleeping quarters of a lumber camp. There are rough wooden bunks with a stove in the center of the room.
Logging train hauling logs for the Roddis Lumber & Veneer Company.
Exterior of a logging camp during the winter in Sawyer County.
A cook shanty in a lumber camp at the Kneeland McClung Mill.
Logging operation of the Fountain Campbell lumber company; decking with a single line.
Lumber- Team of horses.
Sawmill and factory of the Crocker Chair Company in Antigo
Logging camp and crew in Wisconsin.
A logging camp kitchen in Wisconsin.
William Sauntry logging camp, twenty five miles north of Gordon, Wisconsin.
Menomonee Bay Shore Lumber Company--Soper-Wheeler Company