|Title||Glen Blair: The End of the Line|
|Author||Stenberg, Denise Stanley|
|Physical Description||65 p., illus.; maps. 28 cm|
|Summary||The Glen Blair property supported logging camps, a sawmill and a town in the years between 1883 and the Great Depression. It was home to families and single men, many of whom were immigrants: Canadians, Swedes, Norwegians, Finns , Portuguese, Italians and Slavs, searching for a new life. Samuel Blair was the founder of the Pudding Creek Lumber Company but the company sold in 1903 and became the Glen Blair Redwood Company. This is the story of the place, the mill and the people of Glen Blair.|
Blair, Abigail Kelley, 1838 - 1915
Blair, William Samuel, 1862 - 1916
Johnson, Charles R.
MacCallum, Daisy Kelley, 1859 - 1953
Ross, John Simpson Jr., 1866 - 1950
Simonds, Myrtle Covington
Sinclair, John A.
Stenberg, Denise Stanley