Clark Kinsey, Photographer - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. High-lead Yarding, Deer Island Logging Company - Clark Kinsey

    High-lead Yarding, Deer Island Logging Company - c. 1925

    By the 1920s, high-lead logging had replaced ground-lead logging for many operations in the Pacific Northwest. Both utilized steam donkeys to power cables pulling logs to the yarding area. Learn More
  2. The Crew Takes a Break, Deer Island Logging Co. - Clark Kinsey

    The Crew Takes a Break, Deer Island Logging Company - c. 1925

    Crew members from the Deer Island Logging Company, on the Oregon side of the lower Columbia, pose on a recently-felled medium-sized fir tree, in this photo by Clark Kinsey. Learn More
  3. The Largest Fir Tree in Washington - Clark Kinsey

    The Largest Fir Tree in Washington - c. 1925

    This image is from a large (10 x 13 inch) print created by Clark Kinsey, brother of the somewhat better-known photographer Darius Kinsey. Learn More
  4. Weyerhaeuser Railroad Logging Camps 4 & 3 - Clark Kinsey
  5. Willamette Steam Donkey, Deer Island Logging Company - Clark Kinsey

    Willamette Steam Donkey, Deer Island Logging Company - c. 1925

    The Willamette was a popular brand of steam donkey for Northwest logging operations. From 1901 to 1930, over 3,000 of these workhorses were built in their Portland factory. Learn More

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