B&W photograph depicts many men standing on a rail car, which is attached to a locomotive, in a clear cut area. Logs are loaded on rail cars behind them and in the background is a spar tree.
Hand written caption on back of original 8" x 10" print mounted on board reads, "March 25, 1920. Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. CPR passenger agents visiting logging operations."
B&W photograph depicts the inside of the Huntting-Merritt Lumber Co. Ltd. shingle plant with circular saw cutting lumber.
B&W photograph depicts three men and two women standing in front of a rail car, which is attached to a locomotive and has logs loaded on it. The railroad is on wooden trestles.
Hand written caption on back reads, "'Imperial Press Conference" visiting logging operation of Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. North Vancouver, Aug. 7, 1919."
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.