File:Logging railroad tracks and log trestle, The Eufaula Company, ca 1921 (KINSEY 97).jpeg
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English: Logging railroad tracks and log trestle, The Eufaula Company, ca. 1921
English: Caption on image: The Eufaula Co. C. Kinsey Photo, Seattle. No. 26 . PH Coll 516.1162
The Eufaula Company was in business ca. 1915 to ca. 1926. Eufaula is a former logging town which is now practically deserted two miles north of the Columbia River and four miles northwest of Longview in western Cowlitz County. In the late 1880s the town was named by Jefferson D. Brock, an employee of a logging company, for his home town in Alabama.
|Depicted place||Cowlitz County|
English: Silver gelatin, b/w
Height: 14 ″ (35.5 cm); Width: 11 ″ (27.9 cm)
|University of Washington: Special Collections|
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