B&W photograph depicts a man with saw standing beside a large red cedar stump, 10.5 feet in diameter.
Hand written caption on back reads, "Vancouver 1890, Big red cedar stumps largest stump 10.5 ft. diameter."
B&W photograph depicts men standing on top of finished lumber being loaded onto a flat bed rail car at the old Hastings Mill, Vancouver.
Hand written caption on back of original oversize 8" x 10" mounted on board reads, "Squared structural timbers cut at Hastings Sawmill, Vancouver."
B&W photograph depicts the exterior of a United Shingle Mills Ltd. shingle mill with booming grounds and log haul-up.
B&W photograph depicts a man and dog standing in front of a balsam tree (also known as silver fir) and yellow cedar tree in a forest near Bainbridge, B.C..
B&W photograph depicts a Northern Pacific steam locomotive pulling closed (boy) cars with four men standing in front of the locomotive. Lead car has "Huntting-Merritt" sign on side, two stacks of shingles are on the front locomotive. Cars are filled with shingles from Huntting-Merritt Lumber Co. Ltd..