Early Logger Sports

Mike Andrews and George Hulbert, from Bloedel Stewart and Welch camp, champion splicers for the Pacific Northwest area.

Whistle punk with a jerkwire near Port Neville

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 4 crew

Yarding crew on a log being choked before yarding.

The 'Kalmor II'

Log boom and launch 'Kalmor II' viewed from the landing on Surveyed Timber Limit 2001, looking towards Camp 2 across the southwest arm of Booker Lagoon, Broughton Island, B.C.

The first Bull of the Woods Day, Campbell River

The obstacle pole final.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Interior of the bunkhouse.

View of booming ground and camp at Elk Bay

Cat logging near Dent Island

Percy Belson cat logging operations.

Sayward Logger Sports

Crosscut saw bucking competiton at annual loggers sports competition.

Elk Falls Mill officials, Campbell River

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

Installing the head box at No. 2 paper machine, Elk Falls Mill

Elk Falls Mill First Aid training

Woodsman's cabin at Rock Bay

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

The loading set up.

Byles and Groves Logging at Call Inlet

Float camp, log booms, and crew in Call Inlet.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Mill carpenters replacing the roof on the top of a paper barge at low tide.

View of Woss Camp

Steam donkey and spar tree used by Bendickson Logging

A 10 x 12 Washington yarder (steam donkey) set up with spar tree and ready for yarding logs.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. near 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.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Examining lumber at the sawmill side of the Elk Falls Mill.

Bendickson Logging on Quadra Island

Jens Bendickson (the camp cook) with Arthur, Barney, and George. Jens, Hans Bendickson's brother, was lost with all hands on board on the New England halibut steamer, believed to have iced down in Alaskan water in 1915.

Elk River Timber Co. log dump

Unloading logs at the ERT log dump in the Campbell River Estuary. The 'Humdirgen' (machine on left) was a steam-powered log unloader used to sweep logs off the flat car, and cheese blocks were used on the corners to hold the logs in place.

Interior of the 'Kalmor II'

Interior of cabin of launch 'Kalmor II', with B.A. Johnson, Dr. Judson F. Clark, Harold Gardiner and Chas. A. Booth at breakfast while at anchor in Creasy Bay, Acteon Sound, B.C. - adjacent to Surveyed Timber Limit 2921.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch locomotives at Myrtle Point

These locomotives were afterwards moved to the Bloedel, Stewart and Welch operation at Menzie's Bay.

Steam crane operated by Harvey Jorgensen