May 12, 1934: A set of three panorama photos taken from this lookout.
November 20, 1936: "E.L. Macauley, Chief of Fish and Game Patrol gave great credit to Claire Wright, a lookout on Van Bremmer Peak in the Shasta, for spotting spot-light hunters from his tower room. About the middle of the night Wright was awakened by beams of a flashlight. After hearing a shot he took up the chase and secured enough evidence in the way of wire and battery clips to make the case certain. He overtook two hunters, arrested them and locked them in the basement of the tower until the warden came for them. The judge gave them a fine." (California Ranger)
1956: "This was the last year the Van Bremmer Lookout was manned." (Chronological History of the Klamath National Forest, Vol. VII, 1956-1958)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - VAN BREMMER LOOKOUT PID - MW0920 STATE/COUNTY- CA/SISKIYOU COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - SHARP MTN (1988)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1948 (WRH) THE STATION IS LOCATED ON THE SUMMIT OF VAN BREMMER HILL. IT IS ABOUT 7 MILES AIRLINE NORTHEAST OF TENNANT, ABOUT 10 MILES AIRLINE WEST NORTHWEST OF MEDICINE LAKE AND ABOUT 4 MILES AIRLINE NORTH OF GARNER MOUNTAIN. IT IS A STANDARD FOREST SERVICE LOOKOUT HOUSE THAT SITS ON THE TOP OF AN ENCLOSED TOWER THAT IS ABOUT 20 FEET HIGH. THE HOUSE AND THE TOWER ARE PAINTED WHITE. A GOOD FOREST SERVICE ROAD LEADS TO THE STATION FROM THE TOWN OF TENNANT.
THE LOOKOUT HOUSE WAS LOCATED BY DISTANCE AND DIRECTION FROM TRIANGULATION STATION VAN BREMMER.