February 1938: " A new lookout will be constructed on Noti Peak as soon as the road is complete enough to permit transfer of men and materials. The lookout tower is to be 40 foot." (Forest Log)
April 1938: "The Noti lookout truck trail, a two and one-half mile extension, is being rushed at the present time in order that the material for the 40-foot lookout can be transported to the construction site and the tower completed in time for use during the coming fire season. A two and one-half mile telephone extension line will also be built." (The Forest Log)
May 1938: "The Noti lookout road has been roughed out to the lookout point and the material for the tower and cabins is on the ground ready for construction." (The Forest Log)
September 1938: Construction started on a 24-foot pole leg tower with a standard 1936 14 x 14 cabin. 766 man days of labor performed by members of CCC Camp P-219. Total cost - $1471.17. (Investment Record - Structural Improvements - ECW)
1938: "Noti Point has a lookout under construction. The man needs fire finder even if it must be mounted on a stump before the lookout is finished." (1938 District Warden Reports)
1938: "Built road and telephone line to Noti Lookout." (1938 Annual Report to Or. Dept. of Forestry)
1940: "Site improvements included snag and tree felling at a cost of $35.33 for labor, lookout painting at a cost of $8.00 for paint and $21.00 for labor." (1940 Annual Report to Or. Dept. of Forestry)
_July 25, 1940: Panorama photos were taken on by W.B.O.
1956: "During the year a building was erected at a cost of $1127.17 to house a radio repeater unit." (1956 Annual Report to Or. Dept. of Forestry)
1957: The tower legs and a stairway were replaced.