Interviews with pioneer lumbermen, 1953-1957.


Interviews with pioneer lumbermen, 1953-1957.

Transcripts (typewritten carbon copies) of interviews between pioneer lumbermen and relatives of lumbermen of the Upper Midwest and members of the Forest History Society staff. The interviewees are: Paul Caplazi, Leonard Costley, Walter Ernest Dexter, Maud Mullan Carlgren, George W. Dulany, Herman Heitman, Julius Joel, James Arthur Mathieu, Hope Garlick Mineau, Wirt Mineau, George Neils, Walter Neils, L. J. Olson, Margaret Orr O'Neill, Hugo Schlenk, Orrin W. Sinclair, and James Stevens.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7315984

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