Logging - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos from the Pacific Northwest

 

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  1. A Logging Camp Cook Shack - Ford

    A Logging Camp Cook Shack - c. 1898

    The pies are on the table in this unusual indoor photo of an early cook shack, created entirely from natural light. Learn More
  2. Benson Logging Railroad Through Tall Trees - Ford

    Benson Logging Railroad Through Tall Trees - c. 1905

    Simon Benson was a technical innovator, and one of the first to use logging railroads rather than ox teams to haul his cut logs to the river. Learn More
  3. Logging - Capstan-style Horizontal Reel Steam Donkey

    Capstan-style Horizontal Reel Steam Donkey - c. 1890

    This is an early small steam donkey, similar to one on display at the Coos County Museum in North Bend. Learn More
  4. Logging - Double-drum Steam Donkey Crew - Ford

    Double-drum Steam Donkey Crew - c. 1898

    Taken at a different location than most of our John Ford logging photographs, this view gives us a good look at the men and equipment involved in steam-powered logging over a century ago. Learn More
  5. Logging - Douglas Fir, Twelve Feet in Diameter - Ford

    Douglas Fir, Twelve Feet in Diameter - c. 1898

    Every Oregon photographer a hundred years ago needed to offer photos of people standing in front of giant trees. Learn More
  6. In Their Sunday Best - Ford

    In Their Sunday Best - c. 1898

    Five siblings line up on a rustic porch - likely in a logging camp - to pose for a family portrait. Their hats alone make the photo notable. Learn More
  7. Log Chute with Ox Teams

    Log Chute with Ox Teams - 1890s

    The original title for this magic lantern glass slide was simply "Log Shute, Oregon, U.S.A." Learn More
  8. Logging Camp, Deep in the Woods - Ford

    Logging Camp, Deep in the Woods - c. 1898

    This idyllic lumber camp scene is somewhat unusual, as camps were more often located surrounded by stumps than next to standing trees. Learn More
  9. Logging Crew with Oxen & Steam Donkey

    Logging Crew with Oxen & Steam Donkey - c. 1900

    This turn-of-the-last-century view shows a logging crew using both ox teams and a steam donkey to move their logs. It appears the oxen brought the logs down the slope, and then the steam donkey pulled them along a more level skid road to this staging area. Learn More
  10. Logjam on the Upper Willamette

    Logjam on the Upper Willamette - c. 1900

    Two steamboats arrive to help clear out a logjam under a bridge somewhere on the upper Willamette River. Learn More
  11. We'll Show 'Em how to Fell Big Trees - Keystone

    We'll Show 'Em How to Fell Big Trees - 1903

    "We'll Show 'Em how to Fell Big Trees", from a Keystone novelty glass slide. Learn More

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