Five color slides. Part of shortwood operations,a method involving the conversion of trees into desired length products at the stump, either by hand with chain saws or by using a chainsaw. The individual pieces are then transported to by hand or with a skidder/tractor.
Three color slides. Images of shortwood operations in Ponce De leon, Florida. SHortwood operation is when tree are cut into usable-sized logs at the stump -- instead of at a mill. From there they hauled to a truck and immdediately transported across the nation.
One video cassette. (3/4" tape; 47 minutes) (See V86-30 for master version of Superstitions & Folklore episode; for B-roll and raw footage, see V86-56 and V86-26) Sawmill: 23 minutes; edited A-roll footage of Frog Smith talking with sawmill worker Joe Hendry at Jerome Lumber Company. They disc...
One photographic proof sheet with 24 black and white images (located in envelope 2). Includes negatives and an index. Images of a logging crew in Lake Butler, Florida. The tractors are known as skidders.
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