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Oral history interview with William Francis Lambert [Sound Recording 1]

Tape 1, Side 1. In the interview, he discusses his family history, childhood in Portland, YMCA Spirit Lake Boy's Camp (1913 - 1916) working in timber and railroad industries etc. William Francis Lambert's family came to the Oregon in 1844. He was born to W.T. and Adele H. Lambert in Jan. 2, 1902. He attended Northwestern College of Law. In his adult life, he acted as Multnomah County Treasurer, 1936-48 and vice-president of First National Bank, 1948-50.

Lambert, William Francis

Oral history interview with William Francis Lambert [Sound Recording 2]

Tape 1, Side 2. In the interview, he discusses his family history, childhood in Portland, YMCA Spirit Lake Boy's Camp (1913 - 1916) working in timber and railroad industries etc. William Francis Lambert's family came to the Oregon in 1844. He was born to W.T. and Adele H. Lambert in Jan. 2, 1902. He attended Northwestern College of Law. In his adult life, he acted as Multnomah County Treasurer, 1936-48 and vice-president of First National Bank, 1948-50.

Lambert, William Francis

Oral history interview with William Francis Lambert [Transcript]

Transcript. In the interview, he discusses his family history, childhood in Portland, YMCA Spirit Lake Boy's Camp (1913 - 1916) working in timber and railroad industries etc. William Francis Lambert's family came to the Oregon in 1844. He was born to W.T. and Adele H. Lambert in Jan. 2, 1902. He attended Northwestern College of Law. In his adult life, he acted as Multnomah County Treasurer, 1936-48 and vice-president of First National Bank, 1948-50.

Lambert, William Francis

Oral history interview with William Francis Lambert

  • SR 81
  • Collection
  • 1980-07-14

In the interview, he discusses his family history, childhood in Portland, YMCA Spirit Lake Boy's Camp (1913 - 1916) working in timber and railroad industries etc.

Lambert, William Francis

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

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

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