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Re: Hansen Cedar Products Company about
Posted by: Polly Date: June 29, 2001 at 00:18:22
In Reply to: Hansen Cedar Products Company about 1925 by Sharon of 297

I have checked my great source, "They Tried To Cut It All" by Ed VanSyckle and I don't find mention of the Hansen Cedar Products Company. At least it is not in the index. Could it be known under a different name? VanSycle's book is a great resource for the Grays Harbor on the mill towns and logging camps of Grays Harbor.
You might want to check with the Polson Museum in Hoquiam, WA or the Aberdeen Museum. I don't have their addresses available at this time but I know they are great resources for Harbor information.
If there is something else I can help you with, let me know. I don't live in Grays Harbor now but I grew up there.
Polly


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