1934: A 40-foot round native timber tower with L-4 cab constructed.
October 4, 1951: "Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stedman were reported to have gone to Seattle to attend school, which was an error. They are here with his parents, having just returned from the Moscow Mountain lookout station. They will leave later for Seattle." (The Kendrick Gazette)
May 28, 1956: "A demonstration of the use of the television and microwave radio relays to detect forest fires will highlight a two-day conference of forestry conservation officials here Tuesday. Some 50 representatives of governmental and private agencies interested in forestry conservation are expected to attend. The TV demonstration will be made from Moscow Mountain lookout. The conference is sponsored by the colleges of forestry and engineering of the University of Idaho." (Idaho State Journal)
August 27, 1956: "State Forester Roger Guernsey says the fire danger will remain acute in Idaho's forests until general rains set in this fall. The state's forest fire control organization is 'developing well,' Guernsey said, but management of the state's timber resources has fallen down because of lack of manpower. He said the lookout tower on Moscow Mountain should be replaced and headquarters buildings at Kendrick and Craigmont are overcrowded." (The Post-Register)
1959: The 74-foot Aermotor tower moved from the West point. (Kresek)
1981: The lookout tower was sold to a private party and moved from the site.