Cutting wood for the war effort in Carthage

During World War II, George Metzger helped the war effort by cutting wood.  This picture of a half dozen men, two teams of horses, a wood wagon on runners, and an old truck was taken on his farm on the Avery Road. Circa 1940. Carthage, NY.

Caption info compiled by Lynn Thornton, Laura Prievo, and Harold Sanderson for the Images of America book Around Carthage and West Carthage.

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