UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library > Fritz-Metcalf Photograph Collection > The 20 ft. diameter veteran Sequoia gigantea on the Cutler property near Whitaker's Forest was felled in 1947 and worked up into 7700 7-ft. fence posts by a man named Lambeth. It took him 3 months to make the posts which were hauled to the valley during the summer of 1948 where their gross value was about $5,000.00. November, 1948

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The 20 ft. diameter veteran Sequoia gigantea on the Cutler property near Whitaker's Forest was felled in 1947 and worked up into 7700 7-ft. fence posts by a man named Lambeth. It took him 3 months to make the posts which were hauled to the valley during the summer of 1948 where their gross value was about $5,000.00. November, 1948
Creator
Jackson, Claude
Date Created and/or Issued
1948
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
Collection
Fritz-Metcalf Photograph Collection
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Format
Still image

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