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Spar tree

Two men on spar tree, prepping for a cable logging operation. Transcription from slide: “Spar tree.”

United States. War Department. Spruce Production Division

Floating log

Photograph showing the cut end of a floating log, being used as part of a log raft. Several symbols and numbers are carved into the end of the log, and other logs can be seen in the background (negative 5 of 18).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Washington Operations

A map of Spruce Production Division operations in Washington. Transcription from slide: “Map No. 1, showing S. P. D. Railroads No. 1 1 & 2. Railroads No. 1 & 2 control timbered area covering 402 square miles, containing timber as follows: Spruce - 987,309,000, Cedar - 543,164,000, Fir - 2,393,502,000, Hemlock - 2,813,264,000. Map No. 2, Enlarged Scale Map Of Western Portion Of Map No. 1. Map No. 3, Showing S. P. D. Railroad No. 3. Railroad No. 3 controls timbered area covering 63 square miles, containing timber as follows: Spruce - 234,065,000, Cedar - 164,196,000, Fir - 341,933,000, Hemlock - 397,158,000. Map No. 4, Showing S. P. D. Railroad No. 4, Railroad No. 4 controls timbered area covering 46 square miles containing timber as follows: Spruce - 94,518,000, Cedar - 295,054,000, Fir - 4,115,000, Hemlock - 123,119,000. Map No. 5, Showing S. P. D. Railways No. 5, 6, & 7. Railroad No. 5 controls timbered area covering 48 square miles, containing timber as followss: Spruce - 95,570,000, Cedar - 79,712,000, Fir - 228,015,000, Hemlock - 138,980,000. Railroad No. 6 controls timbered area covering 6 square miles, containing timber as follows: Spruce - 30,447,000, Cedar - 27,897,000, Fir -, Hemlock - 26,875,000. Railroad No. 7, controls timbered area covering 38 square miles, containing timber as follows: Spruce - 85,537,000, Cedar - 74,551,000, Fir - 30,761,000, Hemlock - 105,208,000.”

United States. War Department. Spruce Production Division

Logs being put into water on Oregon Coast

Logs splash into a body of water as they drop from a wooden dock. A truck is parked on the dock next to a small wooden buildings, and wires and hooks can be seen attached to the log (negative 2 of 4).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

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