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Photograph of the Construction of the Cabin John Bridge over Cabin John Creek, Originally Known as the Washington Aqueduct Bridge No. 4 in Maryland

Surveys - Washington

Water Use: Electricity - Washington

Erosion Effects - Washington

Nursery Work: Seed Beds - Washington

Effects of Grazing - Washington

Logging: Skidding with Tractors - Washington

Historical Monuments - Washington

Waterfall Scenes - Washington

Animal Damage - Washington

Roads - Washington

Groups, By State - Washington

Fire Control: Detection - Washington

Bridges - Washington

Lake Scenes - Washington

Forest Diseases - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Bridges - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Logging: Skidding with Tractors - Washington

Logging: Loading Logs - Washington

Aircraft and Airports - Washington

Homesteads - Washington

Camping and Picnicking - Washington

Logging: Skidding with Animals - Washington

Burned -Over Areas - Washington

Smokejumpers: In Action - Washington

Fire Control: Detection - Washington

Logging: Loading Logs - Washington

Glaciers - Washington

Community Forests - Washington

Mills, Milling and Log Storage - Washington

Volcanoes - After Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Transportation to Fires - Washington

Logging: Skidding with Animals - Washington

Ungulates: Deer - Washington

River Scenes - Washington

Lake Scenes - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Fire Control: Lookouts - Washington

Volcanoes - After Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Crude Products: Christmas Greens - Washington

Glaciers - Washington

Volcanoes - Before Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Winter Sports - Washington

Roads - Washington

Camping and Picnicking - Washington

Farm Products - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Helicopters - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Recreation Improvements - Washington

Flood Effects - Washington

Burned -Over Areas - Washington

Foresters at Work - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Volcanoes - After Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Logging: High Lead Log Skidding - Washington

Logging: High Lead Log Skidding - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Communications: Radios - Washington

Hiking / Riding - Washington

Volcanoes - After Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Community Forests - Washington

River Scenes - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Logging: Bucking - Washington

Lake Scenes - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Volcanoes - After Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Crude Products: Christmas Greens - Washington

Logging: High Lead Log Skidding - Washington

Logging: Skidding with Animals - Washington

Snow Scenes - Washington

Administrative Structures - Washington

Active Fires - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Trails - Washington

Logging: Loading Logs - Washington

Community Forests - Washington

Logging Camps and Crews - Washington

Public Relations - Washington

Cut -Over Areas (Repeat Series) - Washington

Volcanoes - After Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Recreation Improvements - Washington

Logging: Loading Logs - Washington

Scenery and Landscapes - Washington

Transportation to Fires - Washington

Volcanoes - After Mount St. Helens Eruption - Washington

Crude Products: Christmas Greens - Washington

Signs - Washington

Active Fires - Washington

Seasoning and Shipping Lumber - Washington

Logging: Skidding with Tractors - Washington

Surveys - Washington

Fire Control: Lookouts - Washington

Resorts and Other Dwellings - Washington