Exhibit: Clark Kinsey and the Documentation of the Pacific Northwest Logging Industry

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Felt, Margaret Elley. The enterprising Mister Murray : Pacific Northwest logger. Weiser, Idaho : Felt, 1978.

Felt, Margaret Elley. The story of a logger, Frank D. Hobi : he did it the hard way. Bend, Or. : Maverick Publications, c1984.

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