July 1916: "Mr. J.O. Mock assumed the duties of lookout on Ranger Peak July 17 and has reported 4 fires to date, all of which were outside the Forest. I had planned on pitching the lookouts tent on the extreme top of Ranger Peak, but this plan had to be given up for the present on account of the extremely high winds which appear to want to blow the top off the peak nearly every day, so his tent was moved down to the spring about 200 yards from the summit where shelter is had from the wind. Owing to the high winds, the lookout was unable to hear either Ranger Helm or myself, and he had to build a stone wall around the instrument to partially protect it from the wind. It is believed that this lookout station will prove of sufficient importance to merit the expense of putting up a good substantial cabin for the lookout man next year." (The Siskiyou Bulletin)
May 1918: "If present plans mature, Miss Hilda Muender, formerly a 'School-marm' of Agness, and recommended by Mr. Helm, will preside over Ranger Peak Lookout Station this season." (The Siskiyou Bulletin)
September 1918: "The lookout station at Ranger Peak was practically of no use during the first half of the month on account of smoke, therefore making intensive patrol necessary in the most dangerous localities. Miss Hilda Muender had to give up her job on September 10 and take up her duties as 'School-marm' at Agness while her brother Carl held down the lookout the balance of the month when he had to return to Oregon City to again enter high school. The Muenders were entirely satisfactory and it is hoped that Miss Hilda will be in a position to accept the job again next year, but then Dan Cupid may get busy and cheat me out of a perfectly capable lady lookout." (The Siskiyou Bulletin)
June 1919: "Mr. J.B. Nichols of Gold Beach has accepted the job of lookout on Ranger Peak at $90.00 a month and though a new man, I am quite sure that he will give the service that is expected. Mr. Nichols is a man of family and formerly lived in Central Oregon near Bend." (The Siskiyou Bulletin)
Apparently this site underwent a name change during 1919-20.