Logs in the boom at Mistake Lake, 1909
Scope and Contents
Quarter-plate (landscape format). The boom is a line of chained logs arranged to enclose a space of water, in which the mass of logs may be confined and directed. The logs in these views are of mixed kinds : about equal quantities of pine, spruce and hemlock. It would be safe to say that anything with rough bark on in these views is hemlock, with smooth bark spruce.
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- From the File: Fisher, Alfred Hugh, 1867 -1945 (artist and photographer) (Person)
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