Carl Alwin Schenck Collection Photograph Series
Logging Operations - North Carolina

MC 35


Abstract:
This folder contains 12 images of trees and scenic views in North Carolina. None of the photographs are dated. There are no photographs of logging operations in this folder.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Logging Operations - North Carolina
Call Number
MC 35
Extent
8
Kallitypes
4
Photographic prints
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference staff.

Information for Users

Preferred Citation
Carl Alwin Schenck Collection, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Copyright Notice
North Carolina State University does not own copyright to this collection. Individuals obtaining materials from the NCSU Libraries' Special Collections Research Center are responsible for using the works in conformance with United States copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.
Processor's Note
The titles of the individual photographs were derived from the notations on the backs of the photographs. When there was no notation on the photograph, a title was created and enclosed in brackets.The information on the back of the photographs has been transcribed verbatim. The author's capitalization and punctuation have been retained exactly as originally written. When a word could not be deciphered, it is indicated by a set of empty brackets: [].

Historical Note

The photographs in this folder could be from one or more sources. The Biltmore Forestry School traveled the United States between 1909 and 1914, observing logging operations from Michigan to Oregon. Dr. Carl Schenck also traveled the country extensively, observing and recording forests and logging. Alumni of the Biltmore Forestry School and professional acquaintances sent Dr. Schenck forestry photographs from around the United States.

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Detailed Description of the Photographs

Sycamore Trees
Item Description: This is a photograph of some sycamore trees with a grove of longleaf pine trees in the background. "Scyamore [sic] trees, Moore County N.C. with grove of Pinus palustris [longleaf pine] in back-ground."
Physical Description: Kallitypes (5 x 4)
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Pinus Palustris [#1]
Item Description: A grove of longleaf pine trees. "Pinus palustris. Moore County N.C. This grove is just over 40 old, and has been protected from fire and boxing."
Physical Description: Kallitypes (4 x 5)
[Front] [Back]

Pinus Palustris [#2]
Item Description: This is a photograph of a stump and tap-root of a longleaf pine tree."Pinus palustris. Moore County. N.C. Stump & tap-root."
Physical Description: Kallitypes (4 x 5)
[Front] [Back]

Pinus Palustris [#3]
Item Description: A photograph of longleaf pine trees. This grove has been cut over and subject to annual fires. "Pinus palustris. Moore County. N.C. This land was boxed about 20 years ago and cut over about fifteen years ago. Since then it has been swept by yearly fires - with the result shown in the picture. "
Physical Description: Kallitypes (4 x 5)
[Front] [Back]

Pinus Palustris [#4]
Item Description: This photograph shows some stumps and tap roots of longleaf pine trees. "Pinus palustris. Moore County. N.C. Stumps & tap-roots. The base's of these stumps are on a level with trees in back-ground."
Physical Description: Kallitypes (4 x 5)
[Front] [Back]

Pinus Palustris [#5]
Item Description: Another photograph of a grove of longleaf pines. This grove has not been affected by boxing or by fires. "Pinus palustris. Moore County. N.C. This grove is about 35 years old, and has been protected from fire and boxing."
Physical Description: Kallitypes (4 x 5)
[Front] [Back]

Pinus Palustris [#6]
Item Description: This photograph shows the stump and tap root of a longleaf pine tree. "Pinus palustris. Moore County. N.C. Stump & tap-root."
Physical Description: Kallitypes (4 x 5)
[Front] [Back]

Yellow Poplar
Item Description: An unidentified man posing with a yellow poplar tree (Liriodendron tulipifera). There is also a red oak tree (Quercus falcatain) in this photograph. "Yellow poplar - chestnut cover. Little Santeetlah Creek, Graham Co., N.C. Center tree is a 5-log yellow poplar. A red oak is just to the right of it."
Physical Description: Photographic prints (4 1/2 x 6 1/2)
Item Identification: 34191A
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Wagon Wheel Gap [#1]
Item Description: This photograph shows an unidentified car parked at Wagon Wheel Gap. "Wagon Wheel gap."
Physical Description: Photographic prints (3 1/2 x 3 1/2)
[Front] [Back]

Wagon Wheel Gap [#2]
Item Description: A photograph of a view from Wagon Wheel Gap. "View from Wagon Wheel gap. note road below."
Physical Description: Photographic prints (3 1/2 x 3 1/2)
[Front] [Back]

Wagon Wheel Gap [#3]
Item Description: This is a photograph of some directional signs at Wagon Wheel Gap. "Signs at Wagon Wheel gap."
Physical Description: Photographic prints (3 1/2 x 3 1/2)
[Front] [Back]

Second Growth Yellow Poplar
Item Description: This photograph shows some yellow poplar trees near Cranberry, N.C. "2nd growth yellow poplar near Cranberry, N.C. Dominant trees 95 ft. high. Stand 40 years old, contained 41 long cords (of 160 cu. ft.) per acre"
Physical Description: Kallitypes (6 x 4 1/2)
Item Identification: [Front] 233635 [Back] 530
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