Title taken from front. Picnic goers posing on a log and plank bridge, Seward, Alaska. From verso: "Taken at Seward. Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." July 24, 1913. Photographer: L.N.G. Postcard. Original photograph size: 3 3/8" x 5 3/8".
Title from sleeve. Wooden building on the water in Ketchikan bears a sign reading 'Ketchikan Spruce Mills.' Logs float in water, and steam curls out of smokestacks. Other buildings visible in distance. 4 X 5 B&W negative.
Title from sleeve. A large crane with the logo of the Ketchikan Spruce Mills loads lumber for shipment. Two workmen stand on the dock. Logs are piled on the dock and float in a boom on the water. Tongass Narrows in background. 2 1/4 B&W negative.
Marjorie Rieman Hall (Mrs. W. B.) sawing a log with men repairing telegraph line for WAMCATS (Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telegraph System), Southcentral Alaska. From verso: "Men repairing telephgraft [sic] line and yours truly." n.d....
On verso: Edward Barnes arrived in Wrangell around 1864 or 1865; Barnes Bros started logging in vicinity of Wrangell with ox teams around 1897 (J. M. Wyckoff, "Lumbering in Alaska," August 1923 Pathfinder)