Marla Hacklander donated this photo. The man in the tree could be her father, Ralph Morrow.
This was one of the original photos in the collection, from the late Chuck Peterson, a North Idaho historian. It shows an A-frame loading logs on a railroad. No I.D. on the men, but the team was called “Snow-White.”
Another of Marla Hacklander’s photos from her father Ralph Morrow, showing a jammer on the right side of photo that is loading a logging truck.
Jess Johnson stands alongside his truck loaded with logs. The truck had hard rubber tires and an open air cab. Photo taken in the early 1920s.
This truckload of posts was photographed at a cabin near Olson’s Mill, north of the Four Corners, during the winter of 1937-38. Edith Peterson, donor.
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.
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.
1944 log drive crew, photo donated by Rowanna Gumaer. Taken in 1944: Front row, left to right, Ralph Salesky, Bill McKee, Mart Gumaer, Bill Whetsler, Joe Gumaer; back row, left to right, John Salesky, Chet Bates, Eldon Gregory, Cliff Damschen, George Lohnes, Clarence Pingel, George Naccarato. We can be sure of the date photo was taken because George Naccato worked the drive only one year.