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Elbe Lumber & Shingle Co. (early 1900s) — Part 1 of 3

Submitted by on August 22, 2016 – 5:57 pmNo Comment

Elbe Lumber and Shingle Mill

Elbe Lumber & Shingle Co.

On Ebay last week, there was a wall card up for auction, will all kinds of shots of the Elbe Lumber & Shingle Company, as well as the logging camp and scene of the Tacoma Eastern Railroad.

I didn’t win the auction, but thankfully the seller broke down all the shots, so I can share them with you here. This will come in several sections. This is the first installment.

Let me know if you recognize anyone!

Elbe Lumber and Shingle Mill - Steam Donkey

Elbe Lumber & Shingle Co. – Steam Donkey

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Elbe Lumber and Shingle Mill - Steam Donkey - close up on men

Elbe Lumber & Shingle Co. – Steam Donkey – close up on men

Elbe Lumber and Shingle Mill - Steam Donkey

Elbe Co. & Shingle Co. – Steam Donkey


Steam donkey, close up. 

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