Sepia-toned image of peeled logs along a narrow track in dense undergrowth of woods. A man stands on a log in the background, holding the reins of a horse-team that is pulling the log along the track, while several other men are scattered about the background of the image. A woman and a child are seated on the trunk beside the man holding the reins. Though the specific location of this group is unknown, a team hauling logs would have been a familiar sight in the forests of Washington County and the Coast Range during the early 1900s. The image is from the Herbert McMullen bequest. McMullen was a local photographer who also collected photographs and images from around the area.
gelatin silver prints
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