Black and white photograph of three unidentified men standing outside a large, log camp building. The location is unidentified. Two of the men are wearing felt-style hats. The third man wearing a stocking cap and wool britches with suspenders has paused while carrying two buckets. Heavy icicles hang from the camp eves and smoke is drifting out of a centrally located stove pipe through the roof. It appears a short clothes line is strung to the right of the camp entry where a blanket is hanging. Smaller single sleds appear parked toward the front of the open lot while a double-sled is toward the back. Logging chains are coiled atop most of the sleds, ca. 1880-1910. Donated by Sarah “Sadie” Augusta French Lee, aka Mrs. Lyman K. Lee of Dover-Foxcroft, Maine.
MF075, General Photograph Collection
"Outside a large log camp with men and empty sleds in front" (2023). Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History Image Gallery. 35.
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Logging, Logging camp, Tools and Equipment, Woodsmen, Lumbermen, Maine Lumber Industry