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Photo:Clark Kinsey (1877–1956) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q28549748


English: Loggers with donkey engine and logs loaded on a skeleton car, National Lumber and Manufacturing Company, Callow, ca. 1923


English: Caption on image: National Logging Co., Callow, Wash. C.K. Kinsey Photo, Seattle. No. 8

PH Coll 516.2229

The National Lumber & Manufacturing Company was in business from 1920 to 1927, with headquarters and mill in Hoquiam and logging operations first in Cedarville and then, by 1924, in Elma. National Lumber was sold to Polson Lumber Company in 1927.

Callow was located near Cedarville, a small settlement near the Chehalis River, 11 miles southeast of Elma, in southeast Grays Harbor County. In 1855, it was established when a blockhouse was built on the land claim of James L. Smith. It was named for nearby Cedar Creek.

Subjects (LCSH): Loggers; Logs; Steam donkeys--Washington (State); Railroad cars--Washington (State); Fuelwood--Washington (State); Lumber industry--Washington (State)National Lumber and Manufacturing Company--People--Washington (State); National Lumber and Manufacturing Company--Equipment & supplies--Washington (State); Grays Harbor County (Wash.)

Depicted place Grays Harbor County, Washington

Date circa 1923


English: Silver gelatin, b/w

Dimensions Height: 11 ″ (27.9 cm); Width: 14 ″ (35.5 cm)


University of Washington Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q219563

Current location 

University of Washington: Special Collections

Accession number 



English: Kinsey Brothers Photographs of the Lumber Industry and the Pacific Northwest


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Public domain 

The author died in 1956, so this work is in the public domain

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