Chester (Chet) Taylor Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Chester (Chet) Taylor (b. 1914 at Bristol Flats, Washington) talks about his family's work in cattle driving, homesteading, and logging. He talks about his grandfather, John Taylor, who married a Shawnee woman and worked for the Northern Pacific Railroad at Bristol Flats beginning circa 1881. Taylor also speaks about his parents, Bill Taylor and Pearl Boyce, and their work at Miller's Mill in Bristol Flats. Taylor describes his own work for the Cascade Logging Company, including working conditions in logging camps, river drives, and recreation.
The cover image shows Chet Taylor, age two.
Taylor, Chester (Chet), "Chester (Chet) Taylor Interview" (2014). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 108.
Oral history, Logging--Washington (State), Teanaway River Valley (Wash.)
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