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Title
The Scie-Rabot. A French device for falling and bucking. Operated by a gasoline engine. The saw is of the chain type, with teeth on the inside. Can be operated on horizontal or vertical position
Creator
Mason, D. T
Photographer
Date Created and/or Issued
1923
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
Collection
Fritz-Metcalf Photograph Collection
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Description
Location: average distance
Identification: exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable
One person present, name unknown
Type
image
Identifier
fritz_metcalf-2620
Subject
Saws - Chain saws
France
Lumber industry - France
France
Place
France

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