July 23, 1932: “A total of 76 radio sets of the short wave types recently tested out by the forest service are being installed in the Chelan forest according to R.E. Johnson, dispatcher at the Winthrop ranger station. The 11 large sending and receiving sets are being installed at Okanogan, where the forest supervisor is located, and at the following lookout station: Midnight Mountain." (The Wenatchee World)
DESIGNATION - MIDNIGHT LOOKOUT HOUSE PID - TQ0454 STATE/COUNTY- WA/OKANOGAN COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - MIDNIGHT MTN (1969)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1950 (WRH) STATION IS ON THE HIGHEST POINT OF MIDNIGHT MTN, IN THE CHELAN NATIONAL FOREST, AIRLINE, ABOUT 12-1/2 MILES WEST SOUTHWEST OF WINTHROP, 9 MILES SOUTHWEST OF THE METHOW RIVER AND 7 MILES NORTHWEST OF TWISP.
MIDNIGHT LOOKOUT HOUSE IS A STANDARD FOREST SERVICE BUILDING. THE POINT INTERSECTED WAS THE PEAK OF THE ROOF.