1931: Work was started on the Table Mountain lookout. This structure was built by the Crater National Forest.
October 10, 1932: "State police today were searching the wilds at the head of Keane creek, in southeastern Jackson county, in the vicinity of the Table mountain lookout station, for a 'wild man,' who Sunday morning came to the lookout station and threateningly accosted Mrs. George Boussom, wife of the forest lookout station keeper. In response to a knock at the door, Mrs. Boussom, who was acting as lookout while her husband was on patrol duty, was greeted by a heavily bearded roughly dressed man who said: 'I have come to get you.' Mrs. Boussom slammed and barred the door, and frightened the unwelcome visitor away by threatening to shoot. State police found tracks of a man in the vicinity. A posse headed by state police are continuing the search today. The authorities believe a demented man is wandering through the district." (Daily Capital Journal)
August 11, 1933: "Five men from the Moon Prairie CCC camp are building a garage and woodshed at the Table Mountain lookout station." (Medford Mail Tribune)
August 13, 1936: Panorama photos taken.
1965: "Replaced broken door lock and repaired a leak in the roof. The garage was torn down, piled and burned," (Southwest Oregon District seasonal report - 1965)
1975: The lookout was operated by the Klamath District of the Oregon Department of Forestry while remodeling was being done on Chase and Parker Mountains.