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The Lumberjack Way: 1937

The Lumberjack Way: 1937

September 1937. "Cooks drying 'silverware' in logging camp near Effie, Minnesota." Medium format negative by Russell Lee. View full size.

 

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What, no hair nets?

Tumble-dried mascot

"Silverware" was probably the name of the camp mutt.

Highbrow erotica

Leda and the Swan (Zeus).

The Lumberjack Diet

Think I'll skip lunch today. Thanks Dave.

That's Greek mythology

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Can't see that one after years of watching Shorpy.

Boys will be boys

... but with a swan???

Look for it in the yellow box

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