Manufacturing and industry
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Strut upper left. View of log pond and mills.
Strut lower right. View of log pond, quarry, and river.
Alfred Hopson. CLA: Half Eskimo. Barrow. Best Mechanic and builder in Barrow. When they want a building some white man takes the contract - turns the blue prints and material over to him and he builds., 1929
Leonard A. Andrus was a civil engineer who surveyed and reported on Pacific Northwest firms during the 1920s. The collection (1921-1930) contains financial, asset, and policy reports on firms in the Pacific Northwest.
Blacksmith shop. [Smith (A.K. Hartshorn) at work by portable forge and anvil. Horses and cabin in background.], 1899-1900
View of the buildings of the Booth-Kelly Mills, Springfield. View of eastern portion of Springfield in the background.
View of the Booth-Kelly Mills lumber mill yard, Springfield, Oregon. The first Booth-Kelly mill was built in Springfield in 1902. It burned in 1911 and was rebuilt, closing briefly during the depression. The company was bought out by Georgia Pacific in 1959. Mounted on board.
Employes of the mill. CLA: above the mouth of the Klondike on the Yukon at what was once called Lousitoun(///) [probably near present day Dawson, Yukon Terr., Canada], undated
This collection consists of Harold S. Hirsch interview transcripts. 11 interviews were conducted between March 6, 1988 and August 27, 1989 by Helene Hirsch Oppenheimer.
[Interior view of Pendleton Woolen Mills, with stacks of finished goods. Woman at work], 1890s-1910s
[Interior view of people posed by large sheet-metal ducts made by Silverton Blow Pipe Co. Four men, woman, and child.], 1904-1908
Making Government War Pictures. Ellis with movie camera, filming manufacture of cannons in factory. CLA: Uncle Sam's Star Movie Director in Action Among The Big Guns. [signed] Greetings from Carlisle Ellis., 1918 Dec
Meinrad Rumely, founder of M. Rumely Co., threshing machines with steam engines, now Allis-Chalmers. [Portrait of Edward A. Rumely's grandfather (1823-1904).], 1890 c
[Misc. photos of WW1 aircraft production; Jackson Prison, MI; Pinnacle Club; offprint w/colored portrait of Disque.], 1918
The Sugar Pine Mill and Fixture Company, located in Albany, Oregon, was incorporated by George W. Hochstedler, Edmund Zeyss, and C. W. Sears. The collection (1894-1903) consists of a a record book containing incorporation records, meeting minutes, stock, and stockholders information.