in sharp detail are the axes, the 12-foot crosscut saws, the oxen,
horses and donkey engines, the high steel tower skidders, the geared
locomotives and great hand-built trestles, incline railways, camps,
cookhouses, and settlers’ homesteads. And not least, there are the
men at work and “getting their picture took”—the bull skinners,
skid greasers, high climbers, donkey punchers. Ralph Andrews has
written a fascinating text to accompany the photographs.