Morgan Logging fonds [graphic materials, textual records] / J.R. Morgan

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Administrative history / Biographical sketch
J.R. Morgan ran Morgan Logging from a floating log camp in various inlets and used to haul Davis rafts from Haida Gwaii to mills in Vancouver. He bought the steamer Prince Albert ex. Bruno and re-named it J.R. Morgan. The vessel was built as a steamer in Britain, was later used for rum-running on the east coast during Prohibition, and eventually ran aground somewhere along the coast.
Scope & content
Fonds consists of materials produced by Morgan Logging in the course of its operations, including one large photograph album containing logging photos, photographs and log books of the vessel J.R. Morgan, a photocopy of an article about the vessel published in The Yachting and Boating Monthly, and a Christmas greeting card produced by the company which contains a printed message from Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Morgan.