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    Sea Shore Camp: Copalis Beach
    Creation Date: [ca. 1940]
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.2.129
    Call Number: EPH/979.795/OL9se/1940
    1 card, folded; 10 cm. Mr. and Mrs. Bye Thompson are proprietors of Sea Shore Camp at Copalis Beach.
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    [logging railroad track with laborers]
    Creation Date: ca.1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38065
    Call Number: Curtis 38065 Album 164A p. 68
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track and clearcut in Clallam County, Wa. Asahel Curtis, photographer, circa 1918. Workers are visible laying railroad ties.The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    [logging railroad track by Lake Crescent]
    Creation Date: ca.1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38058
    Call Number: Curtis 38058 Album 164A p. 49
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track by Lake Crescent in Clallam County, Wa. Asahel Curtis, photographer, circa 1918. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    [logging railroad track]
    Creation Date: ca.1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38060
    Call Number: Curtis 38060 Album 164A p. 79
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track, near Lake Crescent in Clallam County, Wa. Asahel Curtis, photographer, circa 1918. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    [logging railroad track]
    Creation Date: ca.1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38064
    Call Number: Curtis 38064 Album 164A p. 76
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track and clearcut in Clallam County, Wa. Asahel Curtis, photographer, circa 1918. A watertower is seen in the background. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    [logging railroad track]
    Creation Date: ca.1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38062
    Call Number: Curtis 38062 Album 164A p. 72
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track, in Clallam County, Wa. Asahel Curtis, photographer, circa 1918. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    "Queets River Survey Camp"
    Creation Date: Dec. 1908
    Catalog ID: 1987.37.2.2
    Call Number: Photograph Lot 037
    photographic print, group of men pose standing and kneeling in deep snow at the Queets River Survey Camp, Clallam County, Washington. The following names with arrows pointing to the location on the print are written in ink on the lower edge of the print: " Arrow, Jim Dodge, Bert Mars, Vinton Newbert, and behind paddle man George Dodge". A tent (identified as the cook tent) is visible in the background and a man wearing a apron (the cook) is present in the front row of the group portrait. Text on written on back of print reads: "Walter Edward Newbert's Survey Party, 1900-1910; date: Dec. 1908, Queets River Survey".
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    Olympic Highway & Hood's Canal
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 2017.33.73
    Call Number: 2017.33.73
    Black and white photographic postcard taken on the Olympic Highway (now U.S. Route 101) along Hood Canal probably in Mason County, WA circa 1915. The image shows a dirt road curving around the shoreline between the water and tree covered bluffs. Robin Paterson Collection
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    [Logging Railroad Track]
    Creation Date: Oct. 25, 1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.36870
    Call Number: Curtis 36870 Album 165 p.7
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track along a rocky slope near the Lyre River , Lake Crescent, Clallam County, Wa, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Oct. 25, 1918. Some railroad cars are faintly visible in the distance. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    Land of trees: scannings from Quinault country, the Grays Harbor region, and beyond 1774-1997
    Creation Date: 1997
    Catalog ID: 2004.50.65
    Call Number: OVERSIZE/979.795/W892L/1997
    208 p.; Ill., photos; 28 cm.; Includes bibliographic references and index. Grays Harbor County Council of Governments documents collection.