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.
B&W photograph depicts logs on flat bed rail cars on a wooden trestle bridge with men standing on top of the logs and booming grounds in the foreground.
Old catalogue record notes, "Historic logging scenes from glass plate negs not previously numbered." with source listed as original Otto Landauer list.