Members of the Joyce family on Quadra Island

From right: Joe, Cecil, Herbert, Arthur, Sam and Alfred Joyce at their logging show on Quadra Island.

Tree climbing at logger sports competition

Laurence McIvor scrambling up a 75 foot douglas fir - total time 25.4 seconds.

Cat logging operations at Bendickson Logging

Harold Bendickson operating an R.D.8. Caterpillar Tractor. Wellbore Channel.

A-frame and float camp near Zeballos

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Inside the TMP (Thermomechanical Pulp) at Elk Falls.

The Union Steamship Camosun

Union Steamship Camosun tied up at the dock at P.B. Anderson's logging camp at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island. This camp was established in 1917.

Loggers looking for a lost quarter

Loggers on railroad track at "Daddy Lamb's" Camp at Menzies Bay (Lamb Lumber Co.). Camp buildings in background.

Aftermath of the Sayward Fire

Burned out bunks from a logging camp (or Forbes Landing?) likely T.J. Brown Co. who were logging the Quinsam Lake area.

Early Logger Sports

Loggers, Mike Andrews and George Hulbert, champion splicers from Bloedel, Stewart and Welch operations Menzie's Bay, splicing competitively at an Olympia, WA at a loggers's sports held there.

Joe Zanatta of Quinsam Trucking with large log

Joe Zanatta (on left) was the owner of Quinsam Trucking and a sawmill on the Campbell River, he also logged a few tracts of land in the Campbell River area (one along the Quinsam River and another up near Gooseneck Lake).

The Wilfert home

Frank Wilfert owned Campbell River's first sawmill, on the slough in Campbellton.

Pioneer Timber Co. logging truck

Leon Proteau in the cab of his truck near Port McNeill.

Topping a spar tree at Hemming Lake

Blowing the top off the spar tree with dynamite near Hasting Co., Camp C, Hemming Bay.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Saw filers at work inside the Canadian Forest Products Ltd., filing shed at their logging camp at Woss.

A loaded White logging truck

Early truck logging using a White truck on a wooden fore-an-aft road at Beaver Creek, Loughborough Inlet.

The B.C. Forest Service launch 'BC Forester'

This launch was used for all transportation purposes on the Thurlow Island reforestation project - pictured here heading out of Knox Bay with a scow in tow.

Elk Falls Mill officials, Campbell River

The Board of Directors: B. Pasero, C.R. Dahl, C.S. Cullenbine, and Junius Sapp, the mill superintendent.

Falling a tree using a crosscut saw

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

View of the No. 1 bleach plant.

Steam crane operated by Harvey Jorgensen

Loading a log at Bloedel Stewart & Welch Camp 4

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. Campbell River

Beecher Lake Lumber Co., which was owned and operated by the Baikie family of Campbell River, was located in the Campbell River estuary area. The Beecher Lake Lumber Co. milled the wood that was logged by Baikie Bros. Logging.

Log loading at Elk River Timber Co.

A-frame used to load logs onto the rail cars, likely at their logging operations on Campbell Lake.

Elk Falls Mill paper machine #2

Logger Sports Day parade

A Thulin General Trucking company float.