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Guide to the historical archives of the Simpson Timber Company

Sally A. Maddocks

Guide to the historical archives of the Simpson Timber Company

by Sally A. Maddocks

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Published by Archival Management Consultants in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Simpson Timber Company -- Archives -- Catalogs,
  • Simpson Timber Company -- History,
  • Lumber trade -- Washington (State) -- History -- Manuscripts,
  • Lumber trade -- Northwest, Pacific -- History -- Manuscripts

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sally A. Maddocks [and] Monda Van Hollebeke.
    ContributionsVan Hollebeke, Monda., Simpson Timber Company., Archival Management Consultants,
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, v, 340 leaves ;
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17792738M
    OCLC/WorldCa35656579

      On Thursday, October 11 at History Talks at the Schmidt House, Mike Fredson from Mason County will present a history of Shelton and the Simpson Timber Company and its impact on the community. Fredson will provide a good look at the post-war boom and bust of the timber industry and the Sustained Yield Forestry Management Act of Crown Simpson Pulp Company joint venture with Simpson Timber Company; interest sold; Zellerbach Paper Company history (United States Paper Maker) Ctn. folder 7. , transferred to printed book collection].

      Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - Octo , Eureka, CaliforniaSunday. Octo The Times Standard. Eureka. California 25 Cultural calendar Lisa Drew Meet Lisa Drew: Hero of ‘Roots’ By Ira Berkow In late January of this year, the manuscript of an expected literary sensation “Roots," disappeared — along with its author, Alex Haley A furtive but frantic search ensued . Archives; Cathy deLorge of the Oregon Historical Society; Sally Maddocks, who oversees the archives of both Pope & Talbot, Inc., and Simpson Timber Company; Arthur J. McCourt of Weyerhaeuser His­ torical Archives; and the courteous and unfailingly helpful staffpersons at the Humboldt Room of the.

    A log loader works in the yard of the Simpson Timber Co.’s Shelton facility in Mike Fredson, a fifth-generation Mason County resident and president of the Mason County Historical Society. Bellingham Historical Society - meeting minutes: April 5: Volume: 4: Bellingham Land Company Cash Book: Box/Folder: 1/ Bellingham Normal School - photograph of graduates: 1/ Bellingham Pressmen and Assistant's Union Meeting Minutes: 2/1.


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Maddocks,Archival Management Consultants edition, in EnglishPages: The first of these changes that facilitated Simpson Logging's transformation into Simpson Investment Company took place in when Simpson Timber Company was formed as the parent company for Simpson Logging Company, Simpson Redwood Company, which had been founded two years earlier, and the rapidly expanding Simpson Paper Company.

Simpson Lumber Company. InAnderson, logging railroad operator Sol Simpson (), and Simpson's son-in-law Mark Reed () founded what would become the Simpson Lumber Company.

The firm eventually became the second-largest timber holder in the state, after Weyerhaeuser. The Simpson Investment Company is a company based in McCleary, Washington in the US Pacific Northwest that specializes in manufacture of forest d as a logging company in by Sol Simpson, the company now functions as a holding company for the Simpson Door Company, a manufacturer of wood doors.

Simpson announced in that it will be entering the "green power". these trails in our Hiking Guide Over the past couple of months the Simpson Timber Company quietly had a contractor remove all the rails and ties from the 20 westward most miles that had remained from a once busy logging railroad (It still operates the lower ten miles).

There was a time, a century and a half ago, when Coos Bay was the shipbuilding capital of the entire West Coast.

It all started, as so much West Coast history does, with the Gold Rush. A young apprentice shipbuilder named Asa Mead Simpson, caught up in the excitement, jumped aboard a sailing ship in which he owned a small percentage and headed for the gold fields.

The city was named for Henry McCleary, who built a sawmill there in and then went on to establish a company town with two large factories that manufactured plywood and doors. InHenry McCleary () sold the entire town, including the manufacturing plants, to the Simpson Logging Company (now Simpson Timber Company) in Shelton.

We have updated the US List Price Book to reflect our current product offering, as of February For more information, please contact your local Simpson Strong-Tie sales rep for product and pricing information.

For a list of distributors near you please visit our online Dealer Locator, or contact our Sales Department at () US Connector Price Book (Effective July 2). Simpson Lumber Company LLC delivered a blow to the city of Shelton on Tuesday, announcing that the company will close two mills, which will result in.

Simpson Lumber Company’s roots in the forest products business began in In addition to its lumber operations, the company also has a subsidiary: Simpson Door Company in McCleary, Wash. See ABOUT INTERFOR Interfor is a growth-oriented lumber company with operations in Canada and the United States.

A detailed history of the Simpson Timber Co. is given by SIMPSON TIMBER COMPANY, 5 Generations of Family Management, a monograph by Leitzinger, Joseph L.

(), No. 22 in a series of monographs on the history of plywood, published by Plywood Pioneers Association / Forest History Society, Durham NC, retrieved /02/20, original source.

Tuesday through Saturday p.m. West Railroad Avenue, Suite D, Shelton • Mason County Visitor’s Guide Thursday, Shelton-Mason County Journal. Descriptive Summary Abstract: Established inthe American Forestry Association is the oldest group in North America organized to promote forest conservation.

The organization became American Forests in The collection includes correspondence, articles, manuscript surveys and reports on forestry, newspaper clippings, and published material relating to the American Forestry. Brief history of Mason County, Washington. n.p., Olsen, Susan C.

An illustrated history of Mason County, Washington. Mason County Senior Center, Overland, Larry. Early settlement of Lake Cushman.

Mason County Historical Society, People, land and trees: the story of Simpson Timber Company a century after its founding in. Title: Camp 5, Simpson Log Co., Shelton Catalog Id: Call Number: Creation Date: ca. Description: A group of loggers in the woods, working for Simpson Logging Company at Shelton, WA, at Camp 5, standing on cut logs.

The top log has wire rope around both ends, caught in aerial wire rope, as if the log has just been lifted. 3 This Monograph, twenty-second in a series devoted to the history of plywood mills, is a “first” in several ways. It is the story of Simpson Timber Company, a pioneer, family-owned Pacific Northwest company, producing such prod.

Descriptive Summary Abstract: The Weyerhaeuser Company is an international forest products company producing softwood lumber, pulp, paper and packaging products. The company was founded in by Frederick Weyerhaeuser as the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company. Inthe company elected REIT status (real estate investment trust) under which it manages its forestland and its taxable.

The company has a long history in the Northwest, being founded in Matlock in Simpson constructed a network of rail lines to bring timber from the woods to its mills early in its history.

Simpson County Historical Society, Inc. - N College Street, Franklin, Kentucky - Rated based on 25 Reviews "Amazing looking back and.

- The Wynoochee River bridge was a huge wood trestle that crossed a deep gorge near the Simpson Grisdale logging camp. The bridge accessed large stands of timber, and was built in the 's. It was abandoned when the timber was all cut, probably around the late 's or so.

Ina movie company came in and struck a deal with the Simpson Timber company to blow up the bridge.Simpson Investment Company Third Avenue, Suite Seattle, Washington U.S.A.() Fax: () Private CompanyIncorporated: as Simpson Logging CompanyEmployees: 7,Sales: $1 billion ( est.)SICs: Paper Mills; Sawmills & Planing Mills, General Source for information on Simpson Investment Company: International Directory of Company .The Simpson Timber Company has pro-duced a new archival guide, second edition, detailing its holdings.

The archives includes feet of records, including biographical and historical materials, correspondence, corporate documents, financial and legal documents, audiovisual materials, blue-prints and specifications, pamphlets, clip.