Chatahoula Parish Louisiana Department of Conservation
October 12, 1929: "The second fire-prevention tower to be erected in this section is being erected on the lands of the International Paper Company at Aimwell, which is near the La Salle parish line in Catahoula parish. The tower will be manned by a force from the State Department of Conservation." (Weekly Town Talk)
July 22, 1955: "A total of 7.37 inches of rainfall for the month had been recorded through July 19 at the Aimwell fire tower in Catahoula parish. District Forester Charles Delaney said the rainfall at the Aimwell tower for 1955 has surpassed the total amount recorded at the tower during the whole year of 1954. The 7.37 inches this month pushed the total for 1955 to 39.67 inches, compared with only 39.01 inches at the Aimwell tower during 1954." (The Monroe News-Star)
January 22, 1957: "According to the official figures the heavy rainfall fell in the first six months of the year. Aimwell tower in Catahoula parish listed 48.32 inches of rain in 1956, but totaled 57.70 inches in 1955." (The Monroe News-Star)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - AIMWELL LOT 1889 LADC PID - BW2549 STATE/COUNTY- LA/CATAHOULA COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - AIMWELL (1984)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1941 (HJH) STATION IS 8-3/4 MILES SSE OF THE TOWN OF ROSEFIELD, AIR LINE DISTANCE, IN THE CENTER OF THE S EDGE OF SEC. 32, T. 10 N., R. 5 E. IT IS A 90-FOOT STEEL TOWER OF STANDARD LOOKOUT TOWER CONSTRUCTION, AND WAS BUILT IN 1929. IT IS OWNED BY THE SOUTHERN KRAFT CORPORATION AND OPERATED BY THE STATE OF LOUISIANA (LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION).