CPNWS Photograph Catalog

Collection:   Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Number of Photographs:   1578

 
Total # of Photograph Records found: 1578
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Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 323
 
Description: Note states: "H.C. Wells and crew clear the town site of New Whatcom for P.B. Cornwall in 1888. This stump was removed from the intersection of Garden and Chestnut streets." Twenty men holding peavies, axes, whipsaws, adzes and shovels are arranged over a 20 foot tall stump.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Bellingham
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 5Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 324
 
Description: Caption: "Moultry's logging outfit Nooksack" resting their team on logging road.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Ferndale
Era: 1900-1920
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 325
 
Description: Caption: " Some of R. E. Hawley's Logging Outfit in 1888. From Left: Henry Murphy, warren Hawley, Andrew Smith, Carcie McKee, Isaac Laning, unknown, Leo Hawley, Jack McClanihan, Charlie Murphy, Martin Alexander, J. A. Delander. Back Row: Frank Bailey, Billie Pratt, & R. E. Hawley. Those with horns are Buck & Bright and Tom & Jerry…."
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Lynden
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 8Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 326
 
Description: Caption: Sam Palmer's Logging. Lynden." Two men are sitting atop a load of poles in front of Lynden Department Store and the Hotel Miller.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Lynden
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 3Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 327
 
Description: Negative caption: "Mt. View." Three men and a boy with a large tree stump.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Mountain View
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Tackett
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: Click here for image
ID Number: 328
 
Description: Caption: "H.C. Wells clearing crew, Sehome." Photo shows how they split a cedar stump in useable slabs and grubbed out the root.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Bellingham
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Hegg, E. A.
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 329
 
Description: Caption: Shank and Robinson Logging Camp, Lynden." Eleven men on top of a large stump. Oxen nearby.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Lynden
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 7Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 330
 
Description: Caption: "Old time logging" Negative caption: "Skagit County" A team of eight oxen have pulled a fir log to the edge of a pond.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 3Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 331
 
Description: Family posing in front of cedar tree that is, according to a note on the photo, "70 ft. in cir','ce. A Washington Cedar."
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County
Era: 1860-1880
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 332
 
Description: Caption: "Logging at Blanchard. 1890." Teams of oxen and a half dozen men are moving logs into position at a log dump.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-Blanchard
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 6Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 333
 
Description: Caption: " Whatcom County. Toothpick." Note: Logging near Sumas. A man is standing next to the cut end of a log. He is holding a stick aloft to indicate the circumference of the downed fir.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Sumas
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 334
 
Description: Caption: " Logging donkey. Early Whatcom County Lumbering Industry." Steam donkey and crew on a clear-cut hillside.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: Click here for image
ID Number: 335
 
Description: Caption: "As they were in Whatcom county." Three men leaning against the cut end of a fir saw log. Along Bellingham Bay: just south of Sehome dock.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Bellingham
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 3Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 336
 
Description: Caption: "As they grew them and worked them in pioneer days in Whatcom County." Three loggers and two on-lookers pose with a fir tree. Two of loggers are standing on springboards embedded in the trunk just above the flare of the roots. Using special, long-handled felling axes they have hewn away a wedge of trunk. ca. 1900
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 337
 
Description: Caption: "The first logging truck." Three logs stacked on a bed-less wagon; two horses are hitched to the wagon. The wheels of the wagon are unusual and are made of metal bound wood.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 4Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 338
 
Description: Caption: "Land clearing crew." Several men sitting next to a very basic saw mill.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Lynden
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 339
 
Description: Two loggers felling Douglas Fir.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Negatives: 2Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 340
 
Description: Caption: Early day mill in the Sumas district. 1890's." Ten men & three horses working a small, basic sawmill in the forest.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Nooksack
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 341
 
Description: Caption: "Driver and his logging truck." The engine is an internal combustion engine with a crank start. The hard rubber wheels are chain driven. The vehicle has carried its saw log over a plank roadway to a gravel road..
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-
Era: 1900-1920
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 3Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 342
 
Description: Caption: "The way they grew an 18 foot cedar of the early days." Notches for spring boards are cut into a portion of the tree.
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 5Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 343
 
Description: Caption: "Skagit County logging scene, wooden railroad."
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 344
 
Description: Caption: "Logging scene in Skagit county. The log dump." The back of the photo caption : "Tommy Waynne -- common miner was … in the cave-in at Whatcom. He and his wife were frequent visitors at the Tarte home when Tarte was in charge of the coal chutes. Alfe says that the cause of the cave-in was the fact that the Bay broke through into the main under the Bay and flooded the whole mine. -- Story of Captain Blackstone ... Baker was sweet on Jinny Tarte…."
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 345
 
Description: A team of horses pulling a wagon load of cut shingles over a wooden rail road. The rails are made of thick lumber.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 346
 
Description: Caption: "About 1890. Cabin on the North Fork of the Nooksack River, Whatcom County. Right: Fred Kelman, d. Mt. View abt. 1939. Left: Ranceford Culver, lived later in Centralia, Wash…."
 
Place: Washington State-Whatcom County-Nooksack
Era: 1880-1900
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Jeffcott (Percival R.) Papers
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 347
 
Description: Load of logs on six railroad cars.
 
Place: Washington State
Era: 1900-1920
Photographer: Unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Total # of Photograph Records found: 1578
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