Harold Pomeroy and Roxalana Skobelska process lumber in a sawmill in Alaska. A large pile of sawdust and a stack of lumber are visible in the foreground. 1952. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Logging in the vicinity of Pigot Bay, Prince William Sound. Logger is using a Caterpillar bulldozer with an attached lifting arm to move logs into place to form a log raft. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".
Looking down at the lumber yard of the Columbia timber mill in Whittier. Stacks of cut wood are visible in the foreground, in front of the mill buildings. A glimpse of Passage Canal can be seen in the background. Original photograph size: 3 1/2"...
Lumber and firewood stacked on long pier; below pier, numerous people, including musicians and dogs, wait on barge; alongside barge is a tender, flying a U. S. flag Note retractable ramp to left of barge on which two men stand
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)