Clearwater Timber Protective Association 40N-6E-10
1921: Twin tree platform east point, crows nest west point. (Kresek)
1923: Log cabin, platform tower east point, platform tower west point. (Kresek)
1934: A 50-foot tall round native timber tower with an L-4 cab was constructed on the East Point.
1934: 50' pole L-4 E, 100' pole L-6 W. (Kresek)
June 1944: "Stringers for the 110-foot tower on Beaver Butte required a search of the entire basin and swamping out of three miles of road to get suitable 100-foot tamarack poles--18 in. in diameter at the bottom, 9 in. at the top." (The Family Tree) (Erected on the West Point)
1957: The 110-foot tower was removed. (Clearwater TPA Annual Report - combined 1957 - 58)
1962: After not being staffed during the fire season and in poor condition, the tower was removed in the Fall at the end the season. (Clearwater TPA Annual Report - combined 1961-62)