TWO PHOTOGRAPHS OF LUMBERJACKS AND LUMBERING, PROBABLY IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA: LUMBERJACKS POSING WITH THEIR EQUIPMENT IN FRONT OF A TREE THEY ARE FELLING and A LARGE GROUP OF MEN POSING IN FRONT OF A LARGE LOG AND A STEAM DONKEY [titles supplied]. Albumen prints. N.p., n.d. [Circa 1890-1900.]. Two prints, each approximately 12x20.3 cm (4 1/2 x 8 inches); on gray card mounts. Neither location nor photographer is identified. The trees appear to be Redwood not Douglas Fir. At the turn of the twentieth century oxen (sometimes horses or mules) or steam donkeys were the primary ways to bring logs out of the woods. Edges lightly worn, mounts irregularly trimmed, glue stains on backs of mounts. One image has two defects on left side of the negative, the other is fine. (#167126).