July 2, 1959: "First season lookout up to his station on the Baker district is Jim Brooks, manning Bald Mountain." (The Record-Courier)
September 2, 1970: "Mt. Ireland and Bald Mt. Lookouts are now manned 24 hours a day until fire danger decreases. Other fire detection points on the district are being manned on an emergency basis." (Baker Democrat-Herald)
August 14, 1975: "Patty Piper of Baker is in charge of the Bald Mt. state forestry lookout post this summer." (The Record-Courier)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - DOOLEY MOUNTAIN LOOKOUT HOUSE PID - QB1253 STATE/COUNTY- OR/BAKER COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - BRANNAN GULCH (1993)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1946 (DHK) STATION IS THE CENTER OF THE U.S. FOREST SERVICE LOOKOUT HOUSE LOCATED ON A HIGH BARE KNOLL ON DOOLEY MOUNTAIN ABOUT 15 MILES SOUTH OF BAKER AND ABOUT 1 MILE WEST OF STATE HIGHWAY 7 AT DOOLEY MOUNTAIN SUMMIT. IT IS A STANDARD ONE-STORY LOOKOUT HOUSE AND THE FINIAL OF THE ROOF WAS THE POINT OBSERVED ON.