B&W photograph depicts a man standing in front of the end of a log, which is part of a raft in the water.
Hand written caption on back of original 6.5" x 9" print reads, "'Kelley Raft' at Powell River, man in front of big log is Elmer Lee." Hand written caption on back of original 8" x 10" oversize print mounted on board reads, "1927 Elmer Lloyd at Powell River."
B&W photograph depicts a man standing in front of a tree on the side of a road.
Hand written caotion on back of original 4.5" x 6" print reads, "'Alberni Timber' (Man at right lower cor. was Joseph Olegg of Alberni) 1906"
B&W photograph depicts approximately 250 men, two women (waitresses) with babies in posed in front of the cookhouse at Stillwater Logging Camp.
Old catalogue notes, "Approximately 250 men, two women (waitresses) with babies. Group dressed in black on top right are engineers."
B&W photograph depicts a locomotive hauling flat bed rail cars loaded with logs in an area burnt by forest fire. Two men are standing on the loaded logs, two are in the locomotive, and one is in the burnt area on the ground.
Men are Earthy, Mr. (Fireman), Hall, Henry (Engineer), and Whilmes, Al (Brakeman).