Loggers napping next to log flume in Jay

“Caught napping,” a photo by F.A.Van Sant, picturing a lumberman laying on his back next to a log flume, which was used to transport pulp logs down to the river. 1900. Jay, NY. Photo scanned from a print in History of the lumber industry in the state of New York, by William H. Fox Forest, Fish & Game Commission report, 1900.

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