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Title
Man standing behind felled tree trunk
Date Created and/or Issued
undated
Contributing Institution
California Historical Society
Collection
California Industry: Lumbering
Rights Information
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Copyright Not Evaluated.
Description
Title supplied by cataloger.
Written in pencil on back: "Cutting trees." Written in ink on back: "16060 N.A. 3672 Bucking Logs in Camp, California."
Stamped on back: "This photograph is our file copy do not mutilate it. Please return as soon as possible Philadelphia Commerical Museum." Written on back: "X4438. Written in pencil on back: "neg no 25989."
Man standing behind felled tree trunk, undated; General Subjects Photography Collection, PC-GS-Industry; California Historical Society.
Type
image
Identifier
local: PC-GS_00663
Language
English
Subject
Lumbering
Loggers
Logging
Place
California
Relation
General Subjects Photography Collection--PC-GS-Industry-Lumbering--https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt2j49q0s2/

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