The Photo Page contains photos for the benefit of members who wish to share historical Forest Service photos, volunteer work activities, vacation, family, or just fun stuff. It contains both individual photos and albums created from photos taken at club and volunteer events. To view any of the albums or photos, just click on the underlined hyperlinks below.
Feel free to email me your photos for posting....Don
Photos and Albums
Jack Smith's 100th Birthday at the October meeting photos by John Poppino
OldSmokeys Picnic Aug 9, 2013 photos by John Poppino
OldSmokeys Picnic Aug 9, 2013 photos by Paul Enberg
OldSmokeys Spring Banquet 05-19-2013 photos by Paul Enberg
OldSmokeys Spring Banquet 05-19-2013 photos by John Poppino
Old Smokey's luncheon at the Spaghetti Factory 02-22-2013 photos by Paul Enberg.
National FS Reunion September 2012, Vail, Colorado photos by Nadine Collett.
Old Smokey's Luncheon at Mt Hood 06-07-12 photos by Paul Enberg. The event was hosted by Old Smokey Lloyd Musser, curator of the Mt. Hood Cultural Center and Museum. Highlight of the museum is a section with Forest Service artifacts. Later some of us went to Timberline Lodge for a tour.
Mt. Hood Museum 06-07-2012 photos by John Poppino
OldSmokeys Spring Banquet 05-20-2012 photos by John Poppino
OldSmokeys Luncheon 09-30-2011 photos by Paul Enberg
OldSmokeys Picnic 08-12-11 photos by Paul Enberg
OldSmokeys Picnic 08-12-11 photos by John Poppino
OldSmokeys Picnic 08-13-10 photos by Nadine Collett in Paul's Gallery
OldSmokeys Picnic 08-13-10 photos by John Poppino
OldSmokeys Luncheon, Beaverton Elks 03-26-10 32 photos on Paul Enberg's Picasa Gallery
Missoula Reunion Sept 7, 2009 54 photos by Nadine Collett on Paul's Picasa Gallery
OldSmokeys Banquet 05-17-2009 76 photos taken at the Spring Banquet
OldSmokeys Luncheon March 27, 2009 33 photos
OldSmokeys Luncheon Jan. 30, 2009 65 photos including new Regional Forester, Mary Wagner
the badges: The unique 1905 badge is over 2.25" high compared to
the 1.6" USFS badges from other years. In December 1906,
the Washington Office ordered that only the Washington D.C. staff and
Forest Supervisors could wear the big badge. The big badge which
had a round attachment so it could be placed onto a belt, rather than
the pin-back type of design found on all the other types of USFS
The 1906, 1907, and 1915 badges are all the same sizes as standard Forest Service badges. The 1907 badge is made of copper, stamped 'Meyer & Wenthe, Chicago' on the back. The 1915 badge is stamped 'St. Louis Button Company' on the back...Photos and historical information submitted by Mike Aust, Angeles National Forest, 4/18/05