B&W photograph depicts two men felling a tree in a forest using a chain saw.
Hand written caption on back of original 10" x 8" reads, "'Earliest chainsaw action.' Bloedel Stewart & Welch Ltd. Franklin River, Vancouver Island 1941. On demand safety helmets retouched in." In original 10" x 8" print the men's hats have been turned into helmets.
B&W photograph depicts four men sitting in front of five different species of timber: white pine, red cedar, douglas fir, balsam, and hemlock, in a forest. The species are labelled on the bottom of the photo.
Original 13.5" x 11" print is signed in the bottom right corner. Hand written caption on the back of 10"x 8" print reads, "Leonard Frank's famous "5 Species Photo" 1919."
B&W photograph depicts a man standing with arms spread in front of a hemlock tree in forest. Man is a member of the Brendell family.
Photograph taken when Frank was based in Alberni. Location is Bear River near Bedwell Sound on Vancouver Island.