B&W photograph depicts booming ground in front of buildings at an A. & M. Logging Co. Ltd. logging camp at Forward Bay on Cracroft Island.
Old catalogue records notes, "These early model trucks moved on planked roads. See #27271 & #27277."
B&W photograph depicts booming ground in front of buildings at a logging camp.
Old catalogue record notes, "Destroyed by forest fire a few years later."
B&W photograph depicts a railway car, called a "Crummy" used to transport workers from the camp to the work site, with logging camp buildings in the background.
Location is most likely Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Woss Camp near Englewood on Vancouver Island.
B&W photograph depicts domestic residences with a forested, mountainous area in the background.
Hand written caption on back of original 8" x 10" print reads, "Camp I, Alberni Pacific Lumber Co. Ltd. Alberni, Vancouver Island, B.C.."
B&W photograph depicts a bird's eye view of a body of water from a ship with a flag and a log dump in the foreground and a logging camp in the background. Location is Cumshewa Inlet on Haida Gwaii (previously Queen Charlotte Islands).
B&W photograph depicts a logging camp covered in snow.
Hand written caption on back of original 8" x 10" print reads, "Logging camp of Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. Christmas 1922. This is now the site of expensive homes (British Pacific Properties, West Vancouver)."