Cubans in the Redwoods, c. 1926

Mr. and Mrs. Salmon of Havana, Cuba, representatives of the Little River Redwood Co. for the West Indies, pose with the wood boss, John Sequist, in the Company woods in the 1920’s after a huge redwood was felled

Steamer Munsomo at Fairhaven, loading lumber for Cuba, 1926

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