B&W photograph depicts donkey machinery, a spar tree, and rigging being used to lift logs in a clear cut area, at a Canadian Robert Dollar Co. Ltd.site near Bowsen on Vancouver Island, with mountains in the background.
B&W photograph depicts logs in a body of water with men standing on top. A pier is visible with more men standing near flat bed rail cars.
B&W photograph depicts a flat bed truck loaded with logs. Sign on logs reads, "120 ft. British Columbia piling for Ford Motor Company, Edgewater N.J. supplied by Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. North Vancouver, B.C. Lumber Shingles Forest Products."
B&W photograph depicts a man, Mr. Duke McKenzie, a veteran engineer with the C.P.R., standing in front of C.P.R. locmotive no. 1190.
B&W photograph depicts men standing outside the entrance to a tunnel.
Writing on bottom of negative reads, "Meurs Tunnel Selkirks."
Old catalogue form has "C.P.R. photos of the late Mr. Duke McKenzie, veteran engineer" as the title.
B&W photograph depicts men standing in a row on top of stacks of logs in a body of water, with more logs in the foreground.
There are two black strips of paper attached to the emulsion side of this negative.