Black and white photograph depicts first cars of lumber shipped from West coast of Vancouver Island, Port Alberni.
B&W photograph depicts a sawmill on a body of water with a canoe in the foreground.
There was a caption on the original 5" x 7" glass plate negative, in the image, which has been rubbed out but read, "Barkley Sound Cedar Co" with more illegible.
Image used in Cyril Leonoff's "An Enterprising Life Leonard Frank Photographs 1895 -1944" on page 12 with the caption, "Wood Brothers' Barclay Sound Cedar Company mill, Alberni, Vancouver Island, 1909."
B&W photograph depicts two men felling a tree in a forest using a chain saw.
Hand written caption on back of original 10" x 8" reads, "'Earliest chainsaw action.' Bloedel Stewart & Welch Ltd. Franklin River, Vancouver Island 1941. On demand safety helmets retouched in." In original 10" x 8" print the men's hats have been turned into helmets.
B&W photograph depicts four men sitting in front of five different species of timber: white pine, red cedar, douglas fir, balsam, and hemlock, in a forest. The species are labelled on the bottom of the photo.
Original 13.5" x 11" print is signed in the bottom right corner. Hand written caption on the back of 10"x 8" print reads, "Leonard Frank's famous "5 Species Photo" 1919."