Harris Pine Mills (Pendleton, Oregon, US)

A taxable wood products manufacturing corporation with its main offices and plant on a 70-acre (30-hectare) site at Pendleton, Oregon, and with branch plants throughout the United States. It was owned and operated by the General Conference for the benefit of Seventh-day Adventist work and was a gift from its original owners to the church. The company operated four main divisions: lumber, furniture, cutstock, and redwood products. The furniture and redwood divisions had branch operations in 14 states other than the Oregon home base. The company was a fully integrated industry, handling all parts of the process from the growing of trees to the delivery of finished products to the customer. Besides its offices and plants, the corporation held a large quantity of timber and timberlands, and eq...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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Pendleton, OR
United States