Two framed photos of Tom Klinker, Sr. of the Henry Hess Lumber Company in Sebastopol--standing by a Henry Hess lumber truck, about 1918-1922 and standing in front of company office in Sebastopol, about 1920s
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Photo--black and white: Two framed photos of Henry Hess Lumber Company. Top photo: Henry Hess lumber truck circa 1918-1922. Tom Klinker Sr. is by the rear wheel of the truck. Bottom photo: Tom Klinker Sr. in front of Henry Hess Lumber Company in Sebastopol circa 1920's. The office was located on Sebastopol Road (Highway 12) next door to the "old" St. Sebastian Church on the left hand side as you leave Sebastopol for Santa Rosa. The Lumber yard was across the street.