"When Logging Was Logging, 100 Years of Big Timber in Southwest Washington" is a collection of photos, memories, and facts representing the logging history of the Willapa Hills in southwest Washington State. Since the late 1800s, giant trees have been harvested and sent all around the world. The old growth giants that so heavily popiulated teh area in the late 1800s are gone. "When Logging Was Logging" covers the twentieth century's historic time when men harvested the biggest trees on the continent by hand, on through the changes and mechanical improvements to today when trees are primarily cut and limbed by machine. An Appelo Archives Center Project, published by The Donning Company Publishers.