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

 

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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. In the Ponderosa Near Klamath Falls

    In the Ponderosa Near Klamath Falls - c. 1910

    The original for this detailed image of a stand of Ponderosa was a large print that hung for many years in the Weyerhaeuser offices in Klamath Falls. Learn More
  4. 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

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