Lumber legacy on display at Tupper Arts Center

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TUPPER LAKE — Tattooed men give each other shaves with axes the size of their heads. Millions of logs float on the shoreline of Raquette Pond. Sawdust flies from chain saw teeth. Horses pull felled trees. These are some of the scenes from Tupper Lake’s past as a logging town captured by local photographer Kathleen…

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