Whistle Punk - B.C. Forest History Magazine, Spring 1986, Volume 1, Number 4

By: Trower, Peter; Galbraith, Val; et al

Price: $99.95

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Condition: Very Good

32 pages. Black and white reproductions of archival photos. Whistle Punk was a quarterly which provided informative and entertaining articles on the history of the British Columbia forest industry. Features include: Guardians in the Sky - the role of aircraft in forestry work in the 1920s lost its appeal for want of newer and more reliable machines; The One-Armed Whistle Punk - Dave Kydd; A Gyppo Logger's Wife - Val Galbraith started her married life by moving to a gyppo float camp; Olof 'Tie" Hanson - Timber King of Northwestern B.C.; Industrial Timber Mills - they survived the Depression, prospered, then became part of a giant; Leonard Frank - Photographer. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy.