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Griffith & Graeber Logging – New Steam Donkey (ca. early 20s)

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Tacoma Logging machinery - Griffith & Graeber Logging

Tacoma Logging machinery - Griffith & Graeber Logging

This photo is from the Griffith & Graeber Logging Company. Being trucked away is a Tacoma steam donkey.

On the left is Tony Graeber (Jack Graeber’s uncle), is the center is Ross Sherman and on the trailer is Roland Griffith.  Tony married Grif’s daughter  in August of 1919. Emil and Roland Griffith (partners int he company) sent Tony to mechanic school. When he was finished they made him partner and that’s when the company became Griffith and Graeber Logging Company.

Photo courtesy of the Graeber family and thank you Lorraine for all the background.

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