Inventory of the Washington Cash Crop Filmstrip Photographs, circa 1940s

Descriptive Summary

Title: Washington Cash Crop Filmstrip Photographs, circa 1940s

Repository: Forest History Society Library and Archives

Call Number: 2911

Language of Material: Material in English

Extent: 0.25 linear feet (11 photographs)


Collection Overview

The collection includes stills from a filmstrip produced in the 1940s to encourage farmers in the Pacific Northwest to add trees to their farms as a cash crop. Images depict tree farms, woodlots, logging, fence posts and other uses for tree farm products.

Collection Arrangement

  1. Film Stills, circa 1940s

Subject Headings

  • Tree farmers -- Washington -- 20th century
  • Tree farms -- Washington -- 20th century
  • Tree farms -- Washington -- 20th century -- Photographs
  • Tree farms -- Northwest, Pacfic -- 20th century
  • Tree farms -- Northwest, Pacific -- Photographs


Detailed Description of the Collection

1. Film Stills, circa 1940s.


Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Washington Cash Crop Filmstrip Photographs, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.

Processing Information

Processed by Staff

Encoded by Amanda Ross, June 2009

Funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission supported the encoding of this finding aid. Support for digitization and outreach provided by the Alvin J. Huss Endowment.