Whitman National Forest . Malheur National Forest 17S-33 1/2E-15
October 7, 1935: Panorama photos taken at 1st lookout site.
1937: A 100-foot ring-connected, sawn timber tower with a 7 x 7 cab was completed at a location 1/2 mile north of the first lookout site. (Malheur National Forest Archive file)
January 3, 1937: "The fire lookout who scans the lonely expanse of pine forest from Frazier Point, between Burns and Prairie City, next summer will do so from the dizzy level of a 100-hundred-foot wooden tower, which is the pride of its recent C.C.C. builders. The high tower is in Malheur National Forest, between Wolf Creek and the middle fork of the Malheur River, almost thirty-five miles northeast of Burns. It is built of treated Douglas fir." (Seattle Daily Times)
July 11, 1937: Panorama photos taken from new tower.
1938: A 14 by 16 foot frame living quarters and a plan 536 20 by 20 foot garage constructed. (Malheur National Forest Archive file)
September 4, 1942: "Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday at the parental Jack Cochran home. They are on a lookout over near Logan." (John Day Valley Ranger)
September 11, 1942: "Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Hinkleman drove over to Logan Valley to the Frazier Mt. lookout Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnson." (John Day Ranger)
October 23, 1942: "Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, who has been out on a lookout near Logan all summer, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cochran. Her husband is still on the forest." (John Day Ranger)
September 24, 1943: "Merlin J. McMullen is now the lookout on Frazier Peak." (Burns Times-Herald)