May 1, 1934: "One tower 100 feet high will be erected on Little Hebo mountain." (The Eugene Register-Guard)
May 3, 1934: "New lookout houses and towers will be built in the Siuslaw national forest this summer, it is announced by R.S. Shelley, supervisor. A tower 100 feet high will be erected on Little Hebo mountain. (Morning Oregonian)
September 17, 1934: "A 100-foot lookout tower on top of Little Hebo mountain in the Tillamook district is one of the projects that will be finished this fall and it is likely that the Blaine-Miner creek road will be ready for travel in a short time." (The Eugene Register-Guard)
October 5, 1934: "Men are rushing work on a tower on Little Hebo that will be 100 feet high when completed." (The Eugene Register-Guard)
October 24, 1934: "R. S. Shelley, supervisor of the Siuslaw national forest, fears for the safety of a 100-foot lookout tower being erected on Little Hebo mountain in the northern part of the forest. The wind was terrific in that part of the state and unless the structure was securely anchored he believes it might have been blown over. Telephone communication with that part of the forest has not yet been reestablished." (The Eugene Register-Guard)
September 26, 1936: Panorama photos taken
1959: The tower was dismantled, and reassembled on Table Mountain.