1939: "Robinson Lookout Tower in Restigouche County, an old wooden Survey Tower later strengthened and extended by the New Brunswick International Paper Company was replaced under this project with a modern 90 foot galvanized steel tower with glass enclosed octagonal shaped cabin. This tower was erected in November on concrete piers in accordance with specifications." (National Forestry Programme) "Acknowledgment is particularly made for co-operation in bearing part of the costs of the following project: New Brunswick International Paper Company in the replacement of Robinson Lookout Tower." (103rd Annual Report of the Department of Lands and Mines)
1940: "The Service cooperated with New Brunswick International Paper Company in erecting a metallic circuit telephone line on New Brunswick Telephone Company poles between White Brook and Kedgwick, a distance of 3.9 miles to give Service to Robinson Lookout Station." (104th Annual report of the department of Lands and Mines)
1953: "A new sleeping cabin was constructed at Robinson Tower. The tower cabin was also completely renovated." (117th Annual Report of the Department of Lands and Mines)
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