Shows brooks and types and quality of tree stands. Added markings by the timber cruiser. This map was actually used by the cruiser (Leo Wittgenstein's Cruise Lines) out in the field in 1958. Around Collins, Glasford, and Maxime Lakes.
Shows brooks and types and quality of tree stands. Added pencil notes and red crayon. Shows Gillies townsite; sawmill, lumberyard, railway spurline, and logging camps on Cassels Lake. Also Net and Obashkong Lakes. A colour guide without colour
Hartle Twp - cutting areas defined and coloured in green(C1) and orange (M1). Brooks A, C, J, & K, Camp #7 & #8 on Salvation Lake. Proposed tote road between Camp #5 and Camp #7. Log Roads added in red.
Brook - subset of a timber limit within a township; green for cutting; yellow for swamp, codes for tree stands (C1 & M1)
note on back - Mixed forest - orange; Green - coniferous (white & red pine, spruce)
Shows names of lumber company holdings for Hawkesbury Lumber Co. (HLC), Rideau Lumbering Co, and W.C. Edwards around White Pine Lake, Fils-du-Grand Lake, White Pine River, Island Lake, and Fils du Grand Waters Caribean River.
Probably McLachlin's Limits; Probable location determined by Sloan Watters showing White Pine Lake on his map. It is west of Dumoine River and south of Dumoine Lake
Shows portage route and indication of direction of river drive.
Hartle & Eldridge Twps - Shows logs left in the bush (poor year that year). Along Maxam Lake, below Ross and Burwash Lakes. Summary of logs left in the bush, roads, and skidways. Crayon coloured. Many notes added in pencil.
back of map - Ackhurst map of roads west of Maxim Lake & none hauled skidways - 1954