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People standing by the remains of the Cherry River Boom and Lumber Co.
Remains of the Cherry River Boom and Lumber Company.
Remains of the Cherry & Lumber Company.
Group portrait of men sitting on a wooden bench.<br />
Bergoo, West Virginia; Lumber company building beside train tracks.<br /><br />
Logs and lumber piles seen from a distance.
Portrait of crew with surveying equipment.
A Pardee and Curtin Company operation.
Smoke emanating from burning mill at night.
Log Train passing along hillside.
Pardee and Curtain Lumber operation. This tree, possibly a redwood, was used to build the Titanic. More info from Comstock's "Of Times Past", 1949.  Cut from Cuppernick ? Bend near Curtin, Nicholas County.
Possibly a redwood tree used in building the "Titanic". Harvested by the Pardee and Curtin Lumber Co.The man on the left is John Harvey Reid.