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Accession:  A994.10.1.49.9
Description  Shelley Development Ltd. Tree Farm Licence No. 28 Cutting Permit 7 and 9. Scale: 10 chains to 1 inch.
Date : 1966
Size:  1,301 KB
 
Accession:  A994.10.1.49.9.1
Description  Shelley Development Ltd. Tree Farm Licence No. 28 Road Layout R28-I. Scale: 10 chains to 1 inch.
Size:  646 KB
 
Accession:  A994.10.1.49.9.2
Description  Shelley Development Ltd. Tree Farm Licence No. 28 Cutting Permit 2 and 4 Scale: 10 chains to 1 inch.
Size:  785 KB
 
Accession:  A994.10.1.49.12
Description  Shelley Development Ltd. Tree Farm Licence No. 28 Proposed Logging Plan Cutting Permit 12. Scale: 10 chains to 1 inch.
Date : 1964
Size:  340 KB
 
Accession:  A994.10.1.52.10
Description  Shelley Sawmills Ltd. Logging plan for T.S.X. 74822 and T.S.X. 86847. Scale: 10 chains to 1 inch.
Size:  231 KB
 
Accession:  A994.10.1.58.8
Description  Northwood Pulp and Timber Limited. Cutting Permit 10 TFL 28. Scale: 10 chains to 1 inch. November 22, 1966.
Size:  739 KB
 
Accession:  A994.10.1.59.1
Description  Northwood Pulp and Timber Limited. Cutting Permit Map TFL 30. Scale: 20 chains to 1 inch. Date undetermined.
Size:  509 KB
 
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