• Creator
  • 2001.149 Pack Forest Edited.mov; Covington, DuaneGrondal, Bror L. Markworth, Gordon
  • Description
  • Titles added by UW Special Collections. The following information was provided by respondents to requests for information from UW Week “Lost & Found Films” series, 2009-10. The lumber mill burner looks like the one at Eatonville, which would be close to Pack Forest. The mill has been abandoned for a long time, even before 1980. If you look at Google images and type "Eatonville lumber" you will find a picture of the burn while it was still stan... more
    Titles added by UW Special Collections. The following information was provided by respondents to requests for information from UW Week “Lost & Found Films” series, 2009-10. The lumber mill burner looks like the one at Eatonville, which would be close to Pack Forest. The mill has been abandoned for a long time, even before 1980. If you look at Google images and type "Eatonville lumber" you will find a picture of the burn while it was still standing. Perhaps you should contact the South Pierce County Historical Society P.O. Box 1966, Eatonville, WA 98328 and see if they anything to add. -Karen Portzer I would guess that the man in tie in the middle of the three is Hugo Winkenwerder, former Dean of Forestry. -Charles Easterberg The Lost and Found Films: The video "Pack Forest" provides a wonderful glimpse into the history of one of the University of Washington's (UW) many research and education field stations, and it will make a great addition to Pack Forest's collection of... less
  • Format
  • video
    Video
    Nonfiction films
    Film clips
    Documentary films
    Digital streaming QuickTime video file made from DVCAM master, by Special Collections at UW Media Center, Odegaard Library, on February 2, 2010, using Quick Time, version 7.6
    2 min., 11 sec
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