July 14, 1939: "Pyramids is the other emergency lookout in the Cascadia district. It is so called because a good part of the section is visible by the surrounding lookouts. The elevation is 5656 feet and is located in Township 12S Range 6E. Sam Lueck is scheduled to fill this position if necessary." (Albany Democrat-Herald)
October 27, 1967: The lookout disposed of by burning on site.
November 3, 1967: "At the request of Lance Davenport (Sweet Home), I called the Regional Office on October 25 for go-ahead to burn down three lookouts before AD-112's would reach them. I talked to Frank Walisch, explained the reason for the urgency, and obtained his verbal approval, I advised Lance of the approval, and gave him the wording Mr. Walisch suggested for justification. I also passed the word that no publicity should be given to the destruction of lookouts, since there are people who object to this for various reasons. The same information will be transmitted to all districts. Lance said that AD-112's for Pyramids, Tidbits, and Chimney Peak Lookouts would be submitted promptly." (Memo to Files from E.C. Scott, Engineering)