Author
Title
The A. C. Stange Co., of Merrill, this week sent...
Series
American Lumberman May 6th, 1922 pg 69
Publisher
City
Chicago
Date
1922
Original Date
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Libraries
  • Bookwood Historical Collection, Star Lake
URL (full text)
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015082308712&view=1up&seq=176&q1=%22Star%20Lake%22
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News of American Hardwood Industry
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Merrill, Wis
The A. C. Stange Co., of Merrill, this week sent two carloads of equipment to its newly opened timber tract northeast of Star Lake, and a crew of fifty men. Logging will begin soon. The J. W. Wells Lumber Co. will continue logging operations in Dickinson County during the summer. It Is now operating two camps, employing about 300 men. The Menominee mill requires 40, 000,000 feet of logs per annum. Logging operations on the extensive timber holdings of the Park Falls Lumber Co. east of Park Falls will be resumed in the near future, according to Manager W. B. Clubine. Two large crews of men will be employed. No reduction of operations west of Park Falls Is contemplated