Author
Title
A Wisconsin Woodworking Center
Series
American Lumberman, September 14th, 1914, pg 59
Publisher
City
Chicago
Date
1914
Original Date
Comments
Libraries
  • Bookwood Historical Collection, Star Lake
URL (full text)
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015024244215&view=1up&seq=523&q1=%22Star%20Lake%22
Text

Wisconsin:
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A Wisconsin Woodworking Center:
Sheboygan, Wis., Aug, 31,-—‘If the European war continues logging in Wisconsin will not be 25 percent of the normal cut this coming season," declared Andrew Jensen, of New London, a prominent logger who conducts operations near Star Lake. “Business will not improve till late in the season and the winter is likely to see dullness. The lumbermen are overstocked now but will keep going at least on a small scale, employing all the men possible. Prices are generally maintained, although sales are not large.”