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Eatonville Lumber Company Piping Plan (1940s)

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Layout of the Eatonville Lumber Mill

Layout of the Eatonville Lumber Mill

Dan Hamilton shares this incredible find.

“It’s a water piping plan [for the Eatonville Lumber Co.] from the 1940’s. It is the most accurate and complete layout of the mill site I have ever seen. The original is 36″ x 52″, scan is a bit poor, but zoom in and considering it’s age, pretty neat,” he says.

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