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    Handwritten on image: back: "Logging bridge acrossed the Deschutes River at Mill of Crowell (H) Plum Station 1903. Crowell's logging bridge"
    Creation Date: 1903
    Catalog ID: C1949.1230.16.5
    Call Number: C1949.1230.16.5
    A team of eight horses and a driver pulling a large log across a bridge over the Deschutes River.
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    Handwritten on image: back: "Logging team Crowell's Mill, Plum Station 1903"
    Creation Date: 1903
    Catalog ID: C1949.1230.16.6
    Call Number: C1949.1230.16.6
    A team of eight horses and a driver coming down a road in the forest. The driver is using a stick or whip and the horses are running.
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    Load of shingle bolts
    Creation Date: c1904
    Catalog ID: C1958.184X.1
    Call Number: C1958.184X.1
    Photograph shows a sled loaded with shingle bolts pulled by two horses. A group of people (including 2 women) and 2 dogs, sit or stand on top of the bolts. Two men stand on the ground beside the sled.
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    [Tacoma Fire Department Engine House #7]
    Creation Date: Jun., 1919
    Catalog ID: 1978.8.2
    Black and white June, 1919 image of 5 uniformed members of the Tacoma Fire Department standing beside 2 horse drawn fire wagons in front of Engine House no. 7, South 52nd and Puget Sound, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA. A driver sits on each wagon. H.F. Ketler is standing at far right, and Capt. Emory N. Whitaker is second from the right.
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    Catalog ID: 1998.90.2.62
    Creation Date: ca. 1900
    Catalog ID: 1998.90.2.62
    Call Number: 1998.90.2.62
    Photo of a horse drawn wagon, with driver, on a Pasco, WA street loaded very high with large paper covered rectangular objects. A sign on the side of one of the packages: "Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet." On the wagon side: "Star Transfer Co." Three men stand beside the wagon which is in front of furniture store display window. A jewelry story is adjacent.
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    [Horse team pulling logs]
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2015.0.29
    Call Number: 2015.0.29
    Black and white, close photographic image of 2 teams of horses pulling a load of logs on a skid road in an unidentified location in Western Washington, ca. 1910. One man sits atop the logs, holding the horses' reins. Four loggers stand nearby. Another pile of logs is behind the horses. Desne trees are in the background.
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    [Paragon Safety Oil Co., 954 South C Street, Tacoma
    Creation Date: ca. 1905
    Catalog ID: 2013.148.14
    Call Number: 2013.148.14
    Black and white, fairly close oblique angle image of the side and rear of the Paragon Safety Oil Co. building, 954 South C Street, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, ca. 1905. Three horse team drawn delivery wagons are alongside the building. The driver's seat has a canopy, and the rear of the wagon is open. A driver sits on one of the wagons by a loading window. Boxes are in the backs of the wagons.
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    [Fidalgo Transfer Co., Anacortes, WA]
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2013.154.1.27
    Call Number: 2013.154.1.27
    Black and white, close photographic image of the front of the Fidalgo Transfer Co. business in Anacortes, Skagit County, WA, ca. 1910. Street number above the business door: 1009. Sign above the door: Fidalgo - Transfer & Auto Livery. A carriage drawn by a horse team, with driver, is emerging from a door at the building front in image left. Carriage lamps are visible on either side of the vehicle. Two men wearing suits pose standing near the carriage, one holding the reins of a horse team standing to right of image center. A man in work clothes holds the reins on the other side of the horse team. A driver poses on a horse team drawn wagon near image right edge with sign: Fidalgo Transfer Co. Business behind this wagon has sign: Anacortes Iron Works. A dirt road, with parallel planks in front of the Fidalgo Transfer Co. business, is in the foreground.
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    Long Beach Stage, Oysterville to Ilwaco [In Front of the Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, WA]
    Creation Date: ca. 1895
    Catalog ID: 2013.154.1.10
    Call Number: 2013.154.1.10
    Black and white, close photographic image of the Long Beach stagecoach, drawn by 2 teams of horses, viewed in profile, in front of the Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, Pacific County, WA, ca. 1895. The stage travels from Oysterville to Ilwaco, WA. Six men with suits are posing standing in front of the stage, and two men are sitting inside of it. The driver, holding the reins, is looking at the photographer. Three men are standing on the hotel porch in the background, and a man on horseback is partially visible near the porch.
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    [Loggers at Logging Site, Puget Sound]
    Catalog ID: 1957.18.3
    Call Number: PHOTO A 1957.18.3
    Black and white, undated close photographic image of 13 loggers posing at an unidentified logging site in Western Washington. Three teams of horses in the foreground are pulling a large diameter log. Four men stand atop the log, and others stand beside it. The horses and men are standing on the logs of a skid road. Two men stand on a springboard on a tree behind the horses, holding a two-handed crosscut saw in front of them.