Ranger Station, Guard Station or other Station with its own lookout facility.
November 28, 1932: "Lloyd Allen has just returned from Beech Meadows forest service lookout station, where he has been stationed since May." (Bakersfield Californian)
August 20, 1932: "Cecil Pascoe is transporting building material by five-mule pack trains, to the lookout station at Cannel meadows, to be used in reconditioning government property there. Stoney Rhymes is in charge of the station during the summer." (Bakersfield Californian)
November 5, 1932: "Stoney Rhymes, who has been in charge of the Cannel meadow forest service fire lookout station during the past five months, has returned here and taken up his residence in one of Mrs. James R. Bechtel's cottages." (Bakersfield Californian)
July 11, 1936: "Three distinct 'quakes were felt late yesterday in the Sequoia National Park. Two shocks were reported by B.D. Evans, the Clough Cave lookout, at an elevation of 3,700 feet, as having occurred at 12:43 and 12:15 A.M. Evans said the tremors were comparatively light." (The Fresno Bee The Republication)
November 30, 1932: "Bob Buzzard, who has been at the forest lookout station at Curlis Meadows since May, has returned here for the winter." (Bakersfield Californian)
August 19, 1936: "Bert James and his son Clint have returned from an enjoyable vacation trip into the high Sierras. During their stay in the high country they caught all the trout they cared for and saw many deer in the meadows. Mr. James' little son saw his first wild bear when they happened upon a large brown bear near the forest lookout occupied by Bob Buzzard. Mr. Buzzard maintained it was the same bear which recently broke into his larder and walked off with a ham." (Bakersfield Californian)