July 17, 1934: Panorama photos taken by George Clisby.
June 22, 1943: "Two of the feminine smoke scouts are roosting, at present, atop Little Baldy Peak, near Mt. Adams, some 3,000 feet up in the air. Their lookout commands a sweeping view of the country around, and the full responsibility of guarding that country rests on their shoulders. One of these volunteer hermits is a grade school teacher, who measures slightly-built five feet three in her serviceable woolen socks, and belongs to a mountaineering organization known as the Trails club." (Albany Democrat-Herald)
1980: The lookout was destroyed in a structural fire while the lookout staff was away.
National Geodetic Survey
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1971 RECOVERED AS DESCRIBED BY USFS IN 1938 AS LITTLE BALD MTN LOT. NEW TO REACH FOLLOWS.
TO REACH FROM CLIFFDELL, GO 0.8 MI NW. ALONG STATE HWY. 410 TO T-RD. LEFT. TURN LEFT ACROSS BRIDGE 0.1 MI TO Y-RD. TAKE RIGHT FORK 0.3 MI TO T-RD. LEFT, TAKE LEFT FORK 1.3 MI TO T-RD. LEFT. STAY RIGHT 1 MI TO T-RD. RIGHT, STAY ON LEFT RD. 0.6 MI TO Y-RD. RIGHT. TAKE LEFT RD. 1.6 MI TO T-RD. RIGHT. GO LEFT 1.3 MI TO Y-RD. LEFT. TAKE RIGHT FORK 3.5 MI TO T-RD. LEFT, STAY RIGHT 3.1 MI TO Y-RD. TAKE RIGHT FORK 0.5 MI TO LITTLE BALD LO AND STATION.
STATION MARK--DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOREST SERVICE DISK STAMPED---LITTLE BALD LOT 1938---, IN NORTHEAST CONCRETE FOOTING OF LOT PROJECTING 2.1 FT. ABOVE GROUND.