Exclusive tribute in today's PDN: Marvelous memories of Port Angeles' landmark plywood mill
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Memories, historical vignettes and photos from former workers, shareholders and others are highlighted in a special tribute in today's print editions of the Peninsula Daily News, now on sale at 200 locations across the North Olympic Peninsula.
Marvel in these recollections about the 70-year-old plant — known over the years as PenPly, ITT Rayonier, KPly and PenPly again — from those who knew the mill the best.
Last modified: April 06. 2013 5:46PM