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[logging railroad track near Lake Crescent]

photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track near Lake Crescent, Clallam County, Wa, Asahel Curtis, photographer, June 7, 1919. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.

Details

Creation Date: Jun. 7, 1919

Catalog ID: 1943.42.38074

Call Number: Curtis 38074 Album 164A p. 75

Object Types: print, photographic, album, photograph

Creator: Asahel Curtis

Dimensions: height 8 in Note: print size. width 10 in

Related Subjects: Spruce Production Division, United States Army, Asahel Curtis, Sitka spruce, Olympic Peninsula, Lake Crescent, Clallam County, logging, clear cut, World War I, railroad, logging, Olympic National Park