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Columbia Valley Lumber Company warehouse
Horizontal warehouse building with large sign on front: "Columbia Valley Lumber Company." Stacks of milled lumber are visible in the foreground at the front of the building and more can be seen inside the building. A smaller building is attached to the larger one on the right side. It is one story, has four white columns across the front and a door in the center. It is probably the office. One man in a suit stands in front of the warehouse and a workman stands to the side of the office building - perhaps a painter since there is a ladder propped against the office building. Columbia Valley Lumber Company was started in 1911 with five lumber yards, including one in Bellingham. By 1915 it had grown to 11 yards and eventually a subsidiary of Bloedel Donovan Lumber Corporation. It shipped lumber by water all over the world.
Biery, Galen (collector)
1 black and white print
Galen Biery papers and photographs
Digital objects made available by the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University.
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Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
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