September 3, 1933: "Blue Ridge Lookout is located NE of SE Section 35, T26S, R12W. Material is on the railroad at the top of the hill, 1/2 mile from site of tower. Trail is also constructed to site. This crew consists of ten men. They will build the lookout house and tower. 4000 feet of timber at the present time at the 6200 feet grading. Will require some rock work to make it passable. Also a small bridge yet to be built. All work will have to be done by hand labor." (Samuel L. Miller Field Report)
October 15, 1933: "The tower and cabin on this point are almost completed. It is a very fine looking job and should prove to be quite an asset to the Coos Fire Patrol Association. It was quite foggy while upon the mountain and it was impossible to see any of the surrounding country. The construction of the tower has opened up 40 degrees more territory than it has been previously possible to see." (Samuel L. Miller Field Report)
1933: A 55-foot tower was constructed by the CCC.
April 10, 1934: "March 27, Coquille Camp. With Mr. Hoffman made a trip over the Blue Ridge road to the tower. They have approximately 3,000 feet to go to put the road in passable shape to the lookout tower." (Samuel L. Miller Field Report)
May 1934: "The road to Blue Ridge lookout is completed." (Forest Log)
1937: "Blue Ridge Lookout. Location is in the middle of a long ridge with very small percentage of land visible in 8 mile zone. This lookout could be improved by moving the present tower to the northern edge of the ridge and by establishing a supplemental lookout point on the southern edge of the ridge." (S.L. Miller Field Report)
June 12, 1941: "The Coos Fire Patrol association dispatched a lookout to Blue Ridge station yesterday, first of the season. Unless there is heavy rain, all of the lookouts will be at their posts by June 15, District Warden Keith Young said." (Corvallis Gazette-Times)
1948: The lookout was staffed at half time, the cost of staffing was $255.00. (Oregon Department of Forestry Annual Report - 1948)