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These photos are out-takes, ones that didn't make it into our photo tour. When creating a hotel tour we generally take well over 100 photos of the hotel and grounds. That's a few more than most folks want to see, so we try to edit the tour to a more reasonable number. Unfortunately that leaves a lot of interesting photos that don't make the cut. So we are posting some of those photos here and on the next page for you to look at if you have time and interest.
All of the newel posts here at Timberline were made from recycled telephone poles. They were carved in 1937 under the supervision of Thomas Lewin and Ray Neufer. The animal newel posts that follow are found on the two main staircases adjacent to the Head House. The process of carving each post started with plaster sculptures of the animals created by Florence Thomas. These plaster models were then used to guide the work of the wood carvers. All of the animals represented are found in the Pacific Northwest.
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