July 29, 1932: "On Monday Leo Hardy and Herman Smith will start work on a lookout station at Wolf Mountain." (John Day Valley Ranger)
1934: An Aladdin plan 16 by 18 foot wood frame garage was erected. (Lookout Station - Structural Inventory)
1935: A plan T-20 native timber tower with a 14 by 14 Aladdin Jr. plan lookout cab was completed. Construction work performed by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps. (Lookout Station - Structural Inventory)
October 8, 1935: Panorama photos taken by Osborne.
August 14, 1936: "Earl Thompson came in Monday afternoon from his forest lookout station on Wolf mountain to have a cut on his hand dressed. A glass jar broke in his hand inflicting rather a deep cut. He drove the 45 miles into town with one hand." (John Day Valley Ranger)
August 22, 1941: "Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dunten came down from Wolf Mountain Lookout Station Monday evening as it rained and they could get away for a few hours. They returned to the station Tuesday." (Burns Times-Herald)
1953: "Wolf Mountain - New native wood tower placed under existing house - old tower had been 'stubbed' in 1951." (Malheur Historical Record 1943 - 1953)