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Lumber being loaded onto ship

Photograph, taken from the edge of a pier, showing stacked lumber in midair as it is hoisted onto a moored ship at left. Unidentified workers are standing on stacks of lumber already placed on the deck of the ship. The number 6 is written on the negative and is visible in the upper left corner of the photograph. Image note: Light leak on negative.

Man with lumber in Montavilla

A man stands next to sections of vertical lumber at a shop on Montavilla. Some of the wood appears to be cut for trim (negative 10 of 17). Original sleeve title: Portland communities - Montavilla district.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea deck

Crew members aboard the cargo ship Mormacsea, seen in front of the Willamette river (?). Two men on the deck stand on top of a pile of cut wood, which is stacked and lashed together with chains. Piers and industrial warehouses can be seen across the river. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 16 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oak Grove project, Davis Ranch sawmill

Photograph showing a wooden sawmill building at Davis Ranch taken in the snow. Logs can be seen on the ground in front of the building. Smoke or steam is coming out of several pipes on the building, and men can be seen standing in and in front of the structure. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-336.”

Lumber stacked at the port terminals in Vancouver, Washington

Stacks of lumber stacked in a yard near the port terminals in Vancouver, Washington. The S. P. & S. Railway grain elevators are visible in the distance. The handwritten description from the back of the photograph reads, "Bulk grain elevators capacity - 2,852,000 bushels, owned by SP+S Railway, leased to Archer Daniels Midland Company and Grain Mfg. Company, Vancouver, Wa. "Garrett" - 1944."

Crown Zellerbach lumber products shipped from Saint Helens, Oregon

Photograph showing four men standing in front of a freight car loaded with plywood. The men are wearing suits and waving at the camera. between them they hold a sign that reads, "Hi Rollie! Crown Zellerbach's first plywood from St. Helens, Oregon. Destination: Southland Building Products, Arkansas." The typed note on the back of the photograph reads, "Crown Zellerbach officials gave rousing send off to first carload of sanded plywood from nation's newest plywood plant at St. Helens, Oregon. Shipment is destined for Rollie Remmel, Southland Building Products, Little Rock, Arkansas. From Left: Plant superintendent L. F. Dean, resident manager Walter Koch, sales manager Russell Harkema and general manager John Fulton."

Logs in saw mill

Man standing in saw mill next to large logs. Transcription from slide: “New method of sawing twisted log. Warren Spruce Co., Portland, Ore.”

United States. War Department. Spruce Production Division

Park Lumber Company - Estacada, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing a lumber yard at the Park Lumber Company in Estacada, Oregon. There are stacks of lumber scattered across the yard. There is a large pile of logs in the background. Handwriting on negative reads, "Park Lumber Co. - Estacada, Ore. Christian 11-6008."

Christian (Photographer)

Ship funnel and lumber

A man unloads a stack of lumber from a crane attached to a ship. Stacks of lumber are piled high on the dock. The ship’s funnel rises into the air behind the dock. Willamette River is visible in the background.

White, Minor

Dock scene

Men work with piles of lumber stacked on the deck of a ship docked in the Willamette River. The Steel Bridge is visible in the background.

White, Minor

Tugboat pulling logs

A tugboat pulls logs down the Willamette River, as viewed from above. Both sides of the waterfront are visible.

White, Minor

Sternwheeler passing through the Steel Bridge

A sternwheeler tugboat pushes cargo through an opening in the Steel Bridge on the Willamette River. The drawbridge is up. Piles of lumber sit on a dock in the foreground. The Burnside Bridge is visible in the background.

White, Minor

Dock south of Hawthorne Bridge

Two pieces of lumber sit on a large wooden dock south of the Hawthorne Bridge. The City of Portland and the Hawthorne Bridge are visible in the distance across the Willamette River. A Holman Fuel Co. cart is stacked with wood.

White, Minor

Portland Lumber Mills

View from above of the Portland Lumber Mills in St. Johns. Piles of lumber are scattered across the grounds. Some logs are in the Willamette River. Taken August 4, 1939.

White, Minor

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