May 24, 1930: “Telephone line will be built from the present end of the line on the Chewuch river to Remmel peak lookout.” (The Wenatchee Daily World)
May 30, 1930: "A new standard lookout house is to be put up at Remmel Peak." (Quad City Herald)
August 6, 1930: “A new lookout station is being built by Ed Allen up on Remmel peak this week.” (The Wenatchee Daily World)
September 13, 1930: “Keith Patterson came home Tuesday after spending the summer as 'look-out' on Remmel peak. The severe electrical storms of last week-end drove him down a few days earlier than he planned. During one of the storms he got several shocks from lightning.” (The Wenatchee Daily World)
August 10, 1932: "Sitting on top of the world is a literal fact for the man stationed at the Remmel Mountain lookout station. It is the highest lookout in the Chelan National Forest. Its altitude being 8,690 feet. Remmel Mountain is located in the extreme northern part of Okanogan County in an almost inaccessible region. On a clear day a view of thousands of square miles of country can be obtained from the peak, but when mountain storms start lashing the rocky pinnacle, and the air becomes saturated with lightning, the life of a lookout loses much of its romance." (The Wenatchee Daily World)
Activated: July 8, 1942; Deactivated: August 31, 1942. Seattle Filter Center.