Tuesday, 22 May 2012

The Push - Article about a logging superintendent in a lumber camp by Paul Hosmer

Newspaper man turned toward industry, Paul Hosmer has seen pine logging change 
from the days of horses and high wheels to 230 h.p. cats and all during this time he has produced 
a little gem of  a house organ for Brooks-Scanlon, "Pine Echoes."

Paul is gifted with a needle-punch sense  of   humor and the ability to make loggers and 
lumber men something more than story book characters, something like people with human 
foibles. Many  of   his contributions to national magazines and sketches in "Pine Echoes”  such as 
the one following are No. 1 select literature. 

You can download the article here.

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