Lumberyard on Raquette Pond outside Tupper Lake
Lumber yard outside of Tupper Lake. C: Stacks of lumber on either side of railroad tracks in a lumber yard on the Raquette Pond on Raquette River, near Tupper Lake. The pond is full of logs, and the sawmill is in the background on the left. Photo caption says: Raquette Pond, on Raquette River. Near the village of Tupper Lake, Franklin Co., N.Y.
Circa 1890-1900. Tupper Lake, NY.
Photographer was J.Y. McClintock.Originally in History of the lumber industry in the state of New York, by William H. Fox Forest, Fish & Game Commission report, published in 1900.
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