Above: 1941 Photograph Of The Steam Powered Sawmilling & Lumbering Operation My Great Grandfather K.J.Fisher: Located In The Village Of Harlem, Berks County Pennsylvania.
Below Is A White Oak Tree Harvested From Storm Damage
Below is an assorted group of dead white oak logs harvested ready to be sawn into lumber and heavy timber frame stock that would be used for Specific building project that are custom orders.
Finished Size timbers depicted below: They had been sawn from the logs shown in the above photo.
Above Photo: is of Red, Black; and white Oak veneer logs being loaded on our semi truck, to then be transported to the port of baltimore, once there The logs will be loaded on a ship That's finial destination Would be a german port; from there logs are Transported to the karl danzer veneer mill for Processing. over a period 10 years, from the fall & Winter season 1980-1990 The Mazy Logging & Lumber company dealt in sales of many millions of board feet of veneer & sawlog timbers harvested by It's logging and sawmill Operations in Pennsylvania over that time period: also, well noted too; was the many thousands of cords of fire wood sold, either by long length Delivered by "mazy's Own tri axel trucks," of which the long fire wood pole loads amounted to an average of seven cords of fire wood per load. besides all the other ongoing logging of the company A crew of men Processed fire wood cut to size and split for other ongoing customer Requirements. loades cut and split to orders for home heating use or Occasional family fire side gatherings etc. "mazy at one time in the past had over 350 steady wood burning clients, some of those being Industrialized meat smoking and Processing operations, that needed major amount of good hickory, apple; and oak wood on Regular basis year round.
The Proceeding photo is of a late 1700's log house in Schuykill County Pennsylvania. the late president Theodore Roosevelt Had stayed at the old Log house on Deer Hunting trips in the area it was said that then in later years it was called camp Roosevelt. I bought the structure and Disassemble it and relocated it for preservation.
Below: Are Tioga County Pennsylvania Farm Outbuilding's.
Below: Old Faded Red White Pine Barn Siding Recovery.
Below: The Old Sawmill Ripping Some Boards.
Central Pennsylvania Historic Log House Circa 1845