• Creator
  • Kinsey, Clark
  • Created Date
  • 1942~
  • Description
  • Polson Brothers Logging Company began business in 1895 in Hoquiam. In 1903, the name was changed to Polson Logging Company. Polson was bought out by Rayonier in 1948.The city of Hoquiam began as a manufacturing and export center for forest products, including pulp and paper, on the Hoquiam River on north side of Grays Harbor a dozen miles from the Pacific Ocean adjacent to Aberdeen in Grays Harbor County. With Aberdeen it continues to serve as... more
    Polson Brothers Logging Company began business in 1895 in Hoquiam. In 1903, the name was changed to Polson Logging Company. Polson was bought out by Rayonier in 1948.The city of Hoquiam began as a manufacturing and export center for forest products, including pulp and paper, on the Hoquiam River on north side of Grays Harbor a dozen miles from the Pacific Ocean adjacent to Aberdeen in Grays Harbor County. With Aberdeen it continues to serve as the business and commercial center of southwestern Washington.Former Northern Pacific Mallet No. 3100 is on the mainline (center) with a load of logs. Other engines, left to right, include Shay no. 3 (foreground); larger Shay no. 91 on right; and a couple of smaller rod engines; Shay no. 33; Prairie no. 45 (foreground); Mikado 101; a Consolidation locomotive; a pair of Mikados (nos. 90 and 70 to the right of no. 3100); Shay no. 191 (behind the Mikados); plus an engine inside the shop. less
  • Format
  • Photograph
    image
    11 x 14 in.
    Silver gelatin, b/w
    Scanned from a photographic print using a Microtek Scanmaker 9800XL at 100 ppi in grayscale. Resized using Adobe Photoshop 8.0 so that the long dimension was either 768 pixels horizontal or 600 pixels vertical, then saved in JPEG format at quality rating 3. 2004