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0286: Leslie W. Self Papers
Marshall University Archives and Special Collections
Sawmill operation at Poppa, Wayne County, W.Va., Oct. 1900, b&w mounted on cardboard back reads: Saw mill owner H. W. Walker on horse Sawing timber for GV RR (Guyan Valley) up Guyandotte River, 1900-1901 In picture left to right: Ramon Dial on ox wagon stock lumber on horse H. W. Walker owner & manager Two men on wagon: 2 Ferguson men W. G. Hensley, Teamster David Wroten, slab former Zona Riggs, log roller Alpha Childers, log roller George Ferguson, log roller Leslie W. Self, with saw measured lumber Daddy (Paddy?) Crossen, sawyer John Crossen, from Kenova, W.Va. sawyer at mill Lee Aliff, gin hand Tobe Riggs, gin hand Roll Chadwick, ox team driver, 4 yolk of oxten Poppa, W.Va. on waters of Beach Fork Creek, Wayne Co. Timber 9 x 16 and 12 x 12 28 ft long used on trestles at Tylers Creek, Lovell Creek, below Salt Rock, W.Va.
People: Self, Leslie W. Walker, H. W. Dial, Ramon Hensley, W. G. Wroten, David Riggs, Zona Childers, Alpha Ferguson, George Crossen, John Riggs, Tobe Chadwick, Roll
Subject Terms: Poppa, W.Va. Wayne County, W.Va. Beech Fork Lumber Lumber industry Sawmill
"Sawmill operation at Poppa, Wayne County, W.Va., Oct. 1900" (1900). 0286: Leslie W. Self Papers, 1900-1908. 2.