1924: A three strand barbed wire pasture fence was constructed at a cost of $14.00. (Umpqua National Forest files)
July 20, 1932: "Nine new lookout houses are to be built at an estimate cost of $5,300. [One of] these lookouts will be built at Dog Prairie, located five miles west of Mt. Bailey in the Diamond lake district. Pasture fences are to built at Dog Prairie." (Roseburg News-Review)
1932: A 14 x 14 L-4 ground house was constructed.
August 1, 1933: Panorama photos were taken by Reino Sarlin.