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  • Log Boom / River Drive(~1937)
        Photo of a boat used to tow a log boom on Nipigon Bay to the Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper Co.
      Photo of a boat used to tow a log boom on Nipigon ...
  • Old Camp Men's Residence - Red Rock (~1937)
        These bunkhouses were built by the Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper Co. as residences for their workers. The men in the photograph are unidentified.
      These bunkhouses were built by the Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper Co. ...
  • Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper Co. (1937)
        A view of the first office building at the Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper Co., taken on May 7, 1937. The two men in the photo are unidentified.
      A view of the first office building at the Lake Sulphite Pulp ...
  • Mining and Logging - Atikokan (oil painting)
        Oil painting entitled 'Mining and Logging around Atikokan' by artist Elsa Kosola. This painting shows a collage of images from the major industries in the Atikokan region; mining and logging.
      Oil painting entitled 'Mining and Logging around Atikokan' by artist Elsa Kosola. ...
  • Lumbering Center - Rainy River (early 1900's)
        Proof of Rainy River's importance as a major lumbering center in the early 1900's is evident from this photo. Thousands of board feet of lumber are piled and ready for shipment to far off markets.
      Proof of Rainy River's importance as a major lumbering center in the ...
  • Rainy River Aerial View
        Aerial view of Rainy River showing its importance as a major lumbering center as early as 1900. Rainy River was the mid point transfer for shipment of grain from the west and lumber to the east, for shipment to far off markets.
      Aerial view of Rainy River showing its importance as a major lumbering ...
  • Logging at Peninsula
        Mechanization began to replace horsepower. Here a tractor is used to pile logs.
      Mechanization began to replace horsepower. Here a tractor is used to pile ...
  • Rail Tie Sawmill - Peninsula Harbour
        A view of the rail tie sawmill at Penninsula Harbour, Marathon, Ontario. As part of an agreement with the Canadian Government and CPR, the mill had to do the de-watering process and provide logs for the rail tie mill.
      A view of the rail tie sawmill at Penninsula Harbour, Marathon, Ontario. ...
  • Rail Tie Sawmill - Peninsula Harbour
        A sawmill worker would stand at the top of a jackladder and with his picaroon, pull off the larger logs and send them over to the saws. When they had reached their quota for the season, the sawmill was shut down until the next year. Apparently the paper mill was ...
      A sawmill worker would stand at the top of a jackladder and ...
  • Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper Co. (1937)
        Photo shows the smoke resulting from a fire at the Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper mill site. Burnt Island is to the left.
      Photo shows the smoke resulting from a fire at the Lake Sulphite ...
  • Logging - Horse Drawn Sleigh
        Peninsula Harbour on the Pic River was a significant link in the construction of the railway. Peninsula was the base of operations for the most difficult and costly phase of the entire construction program. Railroad tie sawmills were an industry along the shore of the Pic River.
      Peninsula Harbour on the Pic River was a significant link in the ...
  • Control dam log chute
        Logs cut further up river were floated in log booms till they reached this control dam.From here they were passed through and into a system that emptied into the Aguasabon River.
      Logs cut further up river were floated in log booms till they ...
  • Cebrario's Lumber
        Black and white photograph of Cebrario's Lumber in Schreiber, Ontario.
      Black and white photograph of Cebrario's Lumber in Schreiber, Ontario.
  • Aguasabon River - Freeing the Log Jam
        Photo of employees during a 'river drive' on the Aguasabon River.
      Photo of employees during a 'river drive' on the Aguasabon River.
  • Pulpwood in Aguasabon River
        Pulp logs on the ice, awaiting the spring break-up, and river drives.
      Pulp logs on the ice, awaiting the spring break-up, and river drives.
  • Pulpwood in the River
        Black and white photo showing how logs are transported down the river to paper mill for processing. The trees of the North are suitable for the production of pulp and paper.
      Black and white photo showing how logs are transported down the river ...
  • Pulp in the Aguasabon River
        Black and white photo that shares the idea of the quantity of logs on the river in transportation to the paper mill in Terrace Bay, Ontario.
      Black and white photo that shares the idea of the quantity of ...
  • Pulpwood in the Aguasabon River
        A black and white photograph showing the Aguasabon River choked with logs destined for the paper mills. The Aguasabon River ends at Lake Superior, about 11 km (7 miles) east of Schreiber.
      A black and white photograph showing the Aguasabon River choked with logs ...
  • Local History P214-399
        River Drive - Aguasabon Falls
      River Drive - Aguasabon Falls
  • Local History P1-100
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