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Junction of Bull Creek with the south fork of the Eel River. The timber here is supposed to be the finest stand of timber in the world. It is owned by the Pacific Lumber Company. W. Metcalf, 1920.
- Junction of Bull Creek with the south fork of the Eel River. The timber here is supposed to be the finest stand of timber in the world. It is owned by the Pacific Lumber Company. W. Metcalf, 1920.
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- Humboldt County
- no people present in picture
- Metcalf, Woodbridge
- ground location is identified by a clearly recognized feature in the photograph, other than 1 or 2
- Rivers - Eel River - South Fork (Calif.)
Lumber companies - Pacific Lumber Company
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