Crew from Elk River Timber Co. at the log dump

One of men pictured is Spoolie Kusha who was a locomotive engineer for Elk River Timber Co.

Lamb Lumber Co. operations at Menzie's Bay

Crew and steam donkey at Lamb's Lumber Co. operations near Menzie's Bay.

Campbell River's first sawmill

The office of Frank Wilfert's sawmill on the slough in Campbellton.

Pioneer Timber Co. in Port McNeill

View of camp building at Pioneer Timber Co. camp at Port McNeill.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

International Timber Co. locomotive

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.

Lane Logging moving their float camp

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Interior of the bunkhouse.

Byles and Groves crew at Port Neville

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.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch in Menzie's Bay

The store and office at Menzie's Bay.

Bendickson Logging on Quadra Island

Jens Bendickson (the camp cook) with his nephews Arthur, Barney, and George Bendickson. Jens, Hans Bendickson's brother, was lost with all hands on board on a halibut steamer, which was iced down in Alaskan waters in January 1916.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Dining room.

Wallace Baikie

Wallace Baikie, of the Baikie family, owned and operated Beecher Lake Lumber Co., Baikie Lumber Sales, and Baikie Logging Co.

Clark and Lyford logging float camp at Booker Lagoon

Bendickson Logging crew members

Fritchof Luke and Bill Edman (fallers) and Gus Pederson (bucker) beside a big cedar - 15 foot diametre at the butt. This one was too big to haul over the skid road and is still there.

Paper machines at Elk Falls Mill

View of the back side of a paper machine.

B.C. Forest Service Crew

B.C. Forest Service fire fighting crew preparing to fight the Sayward Fire. This photograph is likely taken at Forbes Landing.

International Timber Co. operations near Campbell River

Pete Malphonto and (?) in front of locomotive.

Sayward Logger Sports

Men race over the floating logs in the choker race.

Doc Murray near a logging camp at Port Neville

Doc Murray was the timekeeper as well a the first aid attendant for the camp

Woss Lake Loggers' Day

Steve Bozman, the winner of the Under 18 Tree Climbing event.

Cedar, balsam, and hemlock timber

Trees from left to right in picture: 92-inch cedar; 72-inch cedar; 22-inch balsam; 78-inch cedar; 60-inch cedar.

Logging with a steel spar in the Campbell River area

A steel spar and a heel boom loader