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    [logging railroad track near Lake Crescent]
    Creation Date: Jun. 6, 1919
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38061
    Call Number: Curtis 38061 Album 164A p. 77
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track near Lake Crescent, Clallam County, Wa, Asahel Curtis, photographer, June 6, 1919. 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: 1943.42.38067
    Call Number: Curtis 38067 Album 164A p. 73
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track and clearcut 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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    Douglas fir doors: standard designs and specifications
    Creation Date: ca. 1949
    Catalog ID: 2005.1.18
    Call Number: EPH-A/721.822/F513d/1949
    46, [2] p.; ill. (mostly col.); 27.5 cm. + 2 pamphlets; Includes 2 U.S. government pamphlets: ''Factory Fitted Douglas Fir Entrance Doors'' and ''Old Growth Douglas Fir, Sitka Spruce, and Western Hemlock Standard Stock Doors''; On cover: ''The Wheeler Osgood Company...''
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    Pacific Spruce Corporation and subsidiaries: C.D. Johnson Lumber Company, Manary Logging Company, Pacific Spruce Northern Railway Co.: An illustrated story reprinted from the Lumber World Review
    Creation Date: 1924
    Catalog ID: 2003.0.923
    Call Number: EPH-A/634.98/L97p/1924
    93 p., ill. Includes photographs of old growth sitka spruce forests in Oregon, and saw mill and logging camp interiors.
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    Sitka Spruce, West Clallam County
    Creation Date: 1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38434
    Call Number: 1943.42.38434
    Three men stainding at base of Sitka Spruce
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    [view of railroad track from above]
    Creation Date: ca. 1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.36872
    Call Number: Curtis 36872 Album 165 p. 11
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track, Lake Crescent Road, 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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    Olympic Peninsula - Queets Road
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.47471
    Call Number: 1943.42.47471
    View looking down a narrow dirt road on the south bank of the Queets River, 2 miles south of Kelly's Ranch, in the Olympic Peninsula. The base of a large Sitka spruce is in photo right.
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    Five Sitka Spruce
    Catalog ID: 1994.0.253
    Call Number: Album/157
    Five men standing at base of 5 large Sitka spruce trees. One is holding a double-bitted axe, and there is a second axe sunk into one of the tree trunks.
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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.