Exhibits

The History Center uses exhibits, both on-site and on-line, to showcase some of our vast collections of documents and photographs.

American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit

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Camp 2 Mule Teams

Five four-mule logging teams of Southern Pine Lumber Company's Camp 2, November of 1907.  Camp 2 was also known as Iris and was located in Trinity County, operational between 1907-1912. According to the January 18, 1908 American Lumberman, the camp employed 100 people and was located about 17 miles northwest of Diboll, Texas.  In 1908 it had 75 portable houses, and was supplied with water by surface wells.

  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit