The Douglas fir used to construct the timberframe was salvaged from the Long-Bell Mill in the company town of Longview, Washington. At one time the Long-Bell Mill was the largest lumber producer in the world. Its president Robert A. Long was attracted to the area because of the large Douglas firs that averaged 12 feet in diameter and 150 feet in height. Many of the larger trees were used in the construction of the mill.
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