1936: In response to a questionnaire for review of tower construction, the Forest Supervisor answered: 1. I am unable to give you any information on your first question because the only jointed tower on this forest is the 100 foot Kirkland tower. 2. The catwalk around the cab of the 100-foot tower is necessary. It lessens the danger of accident in painting cab and washing outside windows. For cabs that have shutters, it aids in putting them up. 3. The 1' by 6" stairway is too narrow, especially if something has to be carried up or down it. Also the stairway for the 100' tower is much too steep. It is dangerous for one to try to go down forwards.