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Pal-Bla-12-253.jpg
This image shows a mechanic in overalls using a hose to spray down the floor of the inside of what appears to be an auto repair shop. A car is slightly visible in the middle left of the image along with racks of tires in the upper portion of the…

Pal-Bla-12-119.jpg
This image shows two men, one in a suit and one in overalls, looking at piles of dress pants between them. Racks of suit jackets line the walls behind them. The man wearing overalls also has on a Panama Jack style hat. These men hve been identified…

Pal-Bla-12-084.jpg
This image shows a mechanic in overalls using a mechanism to hold a tire in the air with various metal bars. The mechanic has been identified as Neil Grimes working at Buck Maddux Tire and Recapping near Greasy Corner.

Jam-Mas-01-065.jpg
Five people pose for a portrait together. There are three men and two women. They are standing in front of a house that is covered by several bushy trees. It's possible that this is a family reunion image in front of an old home place. See also…

Jam-Mas-01-063.jpg
A group poses for a portrait in front of a building. Most of the men are wearing overalls, while the women wear dresses. It's possible that this is a family reunion image in front of an old home place. There are old automobiles to the left and right.…

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This image shows two men, one appearing younger, standing on a boulder next to a rocky river. The man on the right wears overalls and a hat, while the man on the left wears a sleeveless top and light pants. They have been identified as William Scott…

Low-Whi-05-009.jpg
This image shows two men in overalls standing next to tall stands of pine as a piece of equipment, possibly a skidder, lifts a log above them. The skidder sits on metal tracks. The ground around the men and skidder feature tree limbs and more logs.…

Low-Whi-05-006.jpg
This image shows a machine with a long arm extending out of it, identified as an early (possibly circa 1910s) skidder. Large logs sit in front of the skidder, strapped together. The area around it features pieces of trees, likely a result of clear…

Low-Whi-05-005.jpg
This image shows a large machine, a log skidder from circa 1917, pulling a log up using cables attached to an extension. Large gears sit at the base of the arm extension of the skidder. Men in hats, and some wearing overalls, pose in front of the…

Low-Whi-03-004.jpg
This image shows the interior of the planing operation at Boone Fork Mill, or Whiting Lumber Mill, which was part of a lumber operation by William S. Whiting and the Boone Fork Lumber Company in Shulls Mill, NC. Carts holding lumber can be seen…
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