1937: (Crescent Bay) A lookout was erected. (Division of Forestry Annual Report)
Activated: March 9, 1942. Port Angeles Filter Center.
Air Warning Service Station "William 9-1" utilized existing structures owned by the State of Washington. A 12 x 20 garage was constructed using AWS funds. At the end of service the site was retained by the State. (from Report of AWS Stations, May 1, 1944)
August 15, 1956: "The State Division of Forestry also reported no fires. The Striped Peak lookout observer said lightning in the Lake Crescent area appeared to be sheet lightning, with few ground strikes." (Port Angeles Evening News)
June 19, 1957: "Three fire lookouts are now in operation in this area reports E. Rodney Downen, district administrator for the State Department of Natural Resources. Striped Peak lookout is manned by Maxine Wanzer." (Port Angeles Evening News)
June 13, 1960: "Myra Vanderhoof is now stationed at Striped Peak, Freshwater Bay area." (Port Angeles Evening News)
February 27, 1968: "The sheriff's department was notified Monday of Vandalism to the transmission station at Striped Peak. Locks were broken off doors in the transmitter house and lookout station. Nothing was harmed inside the buildings." (Port Angeles Evening News)