August 20, 1936: "B.F. Mitchell and son Lysle motored to Red Knob lookout station Sunday morning." (The Record-Courier)
August 17, 1939: "Vernon V. Laird has gone to work for the forest service. The weather being so dry it has become necessary to put on extra men to protect the forests. Mr. Laird and Glen Mitchell, who has been employed by the service for some time, will both be stationed at Red Knob." (The Record-Courier)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - RED KNOB LOH PID - QB1185 STATE/COUNTY- OR/BAKER COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - BALM CREEK RESERVOIR (1988) STATION DESCRIPTION
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1954 LOCATED ABOUT 11.9 MI NE. OF KEATING, 5.8 MI NW. OF OLD TOWNSITE OF SPARTA. ON BARE, RED SOIL HILL.
TO REACH FROM THE LILLY WHITE GUARD STATION, TAKE WELL MARKED FOREST SERVICE RD. ABOUT 2.5 MI TO LOH.