B&W photograph depicts a motorized vehicle hauling logs on a plank road with men sitting in the vehicle and on the logs, in a clear cut area. One man at the end of the logs has a camera.
B&W photograph depicts six men standing on a log in a body of water with their pike poles, buildings and trees are visible on the shore in the background.
Hand written note on back of original 8" x 10" print mounted on board reads, "'Boom men' at a large logging operation on Vancouver Island about 1925."
B&W photograph depicts a locomotive hauling logs on flat bed rail cars over a wooden trestle bridge and one log being dumped into a body of water.
Old catalogue record notes, "114 in diameter. 5" x 7" neg lost in fire. This cedar cut was on exhibition at Wembley, London, U.K." with source listed as the original negative sleeve.