B&W photograph depicts many men and women sitting on a rail car, which is attached to a locomotive, in clearcut area.
Hand written caption on back reads, "Imperial Press Conference visiting Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. North Vancouver, B.C. Aug. 7, 1919."
B&W photograph depicts logs being loaded onto rail cars by donkey machinery at a Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. site. The mountains The Lions are visible in the background.
B&W photograph depicts four men sitting in front of five different species of timber, white pine, spruce, cedar, douglas fir, and hemlock, in a forest.
Original 11" x 13.5" print and original 11" x 17" hand coloured translite are signed in the bottom right corner.
B&W photograph depicts four douglas fir trees, in a horizontal view, in a forest at Cameron Lake on Vancouver Island, near Port Alberni.
B&W photograph depicts a high rigger at the base of a douglas fir tree at a Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. site.
Hand written caption on the back of the original 10" x 8" print mounted on board reads, "High rigger going up big douglas fir (spartree) for the capping."
B&W photograph depicts a high rigger, Charlie Koski, capping a douglas fir spar tree.
Hand written caption on the back of original 10" x 8" print mounted on board reads: "Highrigger was Charlie Koski. Douglas fir approximately 215 ft. high. Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. North Vancouver, B.C. Copyright photograph 1918 (taken about 1914)."