File:Anderson and Middleton Lumber Company camp at North River, Grays Harbor County, ca 1918 (KINSEY 31).jpeg

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English: Anderson and Middleton Lumber Company camp at North River, Grays Harbor County, ca. 1918
English: Caption on image: Anderson & Middleton, North River. C. Kinsey Photo. No. 37 PH Coll 516.25
Anderson and Middleton Lumber Company was headquartered and had a mill in Aberdeen and had logging operations near Cosmopolis, Oakville and North River in Grays Harbor County. They also had operations in Cottage Grove, Oregon. It was from the Cottage Grove operation that, in 1926, wood-burning engines were purchased for production of the movie THE GENERAL with Buster Keaton. The company began operations ca. 1906 and is still in business in the Aberdeen-Hoquiam area.
  • Subjects (LCTGM): Lumber camps--Washington (State); Railroad tracks--Washington (State); Anderson & Middleton Logging Co.--Facilities--Washington (State); Anderson & Middleton Logging Co.--People--Washington (State); Grays Harbor County (Wash.)
Depicted place Grays Harbor County
Date circa 1918
date QS:P,+1918-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
English: Silver gelatin, b/w
Dimensions Height: 14 ″ (35.5 cm); Width: 11 ″ (27.9 cm)
dimensions QS:P2048,14U218593;P2049,11U218593
creator QS:P170,Q28549748
institution QS:P195,Q219563
University of Washington: Special Collections
Accession number 31
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