Marla Hacklander donated this photo. The man in the tree could be her father, Ralph Morrow.
This photo, from the late Arley Stewart collection, shows two teams of horses, one team white, the other black, hitched to a logging sled about 1912. Six men of a Beardmore crew are pictured. Arley’s photos were all taken by his father, Glen Stewart.
This logging crew is taking a break to have their picture taken. The late Barney Stone identified himself as the one sitting atop the log deck. His father, Elmer Stone, is the man in the black hat in front with his back to the camera. He was the foreman for Victor Pierson, and the camp was at the Prater Halfway House near Big Creek.
Arley Stewart donated this photo of a sled loaded with logs by an A-frame jammer at right. Six men are standing on top of the load. Probably a 1920s photo.
Charles W. Beardmore’s family and friends took a great interest in his logging business, often visiting his jobs and having photos taken. This is one of those snapshots.