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Cornel Neronovitch Logging and Sawmills Collection
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Cornel Neronovitch Logging and Sawmills Collection

  • 2014.2
  • Collection
  • [between 1934 and 1950]

Collection consists of photographs and a film relating to logging operations at the Peden Hill sawmill. Some of the photographs depict other unknown sawmills, one with a dry kiln.

Cornel Neronovitch Logging and Sawmills film

This film was created by Cornel Neronovitch who owned two sawmills in the Prince George area in the 1950s: the Prince George Sawmill at Peden Hill and the Cornel Mill at Dewey.

Film footage shows Neronovitch's Cornel Mill at Dewey with early logging and sawmilling practices in Northern BC, as well as interior shots of what are presumed to be bunkhouses. Also shows a short clip of family film footage.

Logging truck on corduroy log road with passengers

Photograph depicts a loaded logging truck on corduroy log road near Peden Hill sawmill. The truck has three passengers--a man and two women--sitting on top of the loaded logs. The leftmost passenger is Mrs. Fred Tesluk; Fred Tesluk co-owned the Peden Hill mill with Cornel Neronovitch. Cornel Neronovitch stands at the right of the photograph, in front of the truck.