Lumber camps were common in the early 1900s. Here’s a shot of the Eatonville Lumber Company camp. Some of the trees in this show are bigger around than the smaller rail cars.
If you were a logger you would eat and sleep here. But I hear tell that the food was fabulous. It took a lot of calories (approximately 8,000 per man) to keep everyone going strong.
Photo courtesy of the University of Washington Library, photo collection.
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