• Letter from H. L. Muldrow to Captain Moses Harris acknowledging statements of materials and animals moved into or out of the park, dated January 8, 18…

    Muldrow, H. L. (Henry Lowndes) 1837-1905

    Letter from H. L. Muldrow, Acting Secretary of Department of Interior to Captain Moses Harris, Acting Superintendent acknowledging receipt of statements form Charles Gibson, Helen L. & Walter J. Hende…

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  • Polleys Mill, Missoula

    McKay, R. H. (Rollin H.)

    Polleys Lumber Company, Polleys Mill, Missoula, Montana. Log cars in front and center of image, mill in background. Library note: The curving Northern Pacific tracks cross the log pond. The car is the…

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  • Lumber mill

    Woodworth, Chauncey Erasmus, 1856-1941

    Large buildings, smoke stacks, and rail tracks at a lumber mill, location unknown, likely in Montana. Lumber lies neatly stacked and scattered about the grounds. A rail car is loaded with logs.

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  • Wood slash pile of lodgepole pine

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Wood slash pile on the Road From Hell. This is the East Side Road on the property. This is a good viewpoint for an overview of Bud's McFarland property (220 acres).

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  • Logging truck at Low Gap

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Logging truck at Low Gap, hauling logs from Spruce Creek, a major tributary of the Brushy Fork of the Lochsa. CIRCA 1950s.

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  • Machinery for logging

    Linthacum, Victor T

    Machinery, possibly a skidder used for logging operations, made from the chassis of an old truck.

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  • Bucking log at loading site

    McKay, R. H. (Rollin H.)

    Two men bucking a log at a loading site for Polleys Lumber Company. Logging train in background. Another man is holding a rope directing the lowering of a log onto the train.

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  • View of the Swede Cut timber sale

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Swede Cut Timber Sale. Discussion: This was a small timber sale which didn't draw too many bidders. Later, the Forest Service offered a large timber sale and received competitive bidding. Tree Farmers…

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  • Winter at Roundtop Lookout

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Winter camp at Roundtop Lookout. Johnson Flying Service plane above. Good story about setting up this camp. CIRCA 1950s.

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  • Clover Valley Lumber Company locomotive 4

    Johnson, Philip C. (Philip Cornwell), 1907-1990

    Clover Valley Lumber Company 2-6-6-2T locomotive #4, left, Beckwourth, California. The oil bunker can be seen at the rear of the articulated locomotive, and one of the split-saddle water tanks that st…

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  • John E. Curan interview regarding the CCC in Yellowstone

    Curran, John E., 1917-2008

    John E. Curran enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), serving in Company #534 stationed at the Nez Perce Camp (YNP-5). In his interview, he recalls working as a timberman, clearing the How…

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  • Log yard near Florence, Montana

    Log yard and Northern Pacific log train near Florence, Montana. Railroad cars are loaded with logs. Other logs are neatly stacked nearby.

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  • Logging engine #4 and unloader

    McKay, R. H. (Rollin H.)

    Polleys Lumber Company engine #4, unloader and railroad ties, in the Mission Valley, Montana. The engineer can be seen leaning out of the window of the locomotive cab. A gantry crane on a track laying…

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  • Clyde Fickes Interview, May 3, 1977

    Fickes, Clyde

    Clyde Fickes discusses founding the Nine Mile Remount Depot Station, including the difficulties he faced getting the project accepted, fires in the area, and undependable hiring stock. He describes th…

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  • Logging road through coniferous forest

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Logging road and select cutting block fairly high up in subalpine timber, somewhere in Region One.

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  • Unhooking logs at the deck

    McKay, R. H. (Rollin H.)

    Polleys Lumber Company, unhooking logs at deck.

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  • Warren Patten scaling logs

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Lochsa Story Ch 20 Page 331. Forest technician Warren Patten scales beetle-killed spruce logs at Lolo Pass in 1953. Credit Bud Moore. See also #42

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  • Mary Fritz Interview, December 21, 2014

    Fritz, Mary

    Mary Fritz talks about her early adulthood and what drew her to study forestry and work in the field. She discusses attending the University of Montana’s College of Forestry, from which she graduated…

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  • Darby Montana History

    unknown

    Darby history, memoirs and development

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  • Caterpillar Diesel D8 tractor

    Caterpillar Diesel D8 tractor used a push frame to pile logs unloaded from a logging truck. Location: 40 Miles west of Missoula, Montana. Owner: Helean Logging Company, 110 West Franklin, Missoula. Ca…

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