July 19, 1937: "A secondary lookout in the Bechler river district will be completed soon." (The Independent Record)
July 29, 1937: "A secondary lookout in the Bechler river country."
August 5, 1937: "With the completion next week of a new 60-foot fire lookout tower in the Bechler river area. Civilian Conservation Corps boys in Yellowstone national park will begin work on a new major project, the construction of a masonry dam st the Fish lake egg taking station, officials report. Work has been progressing thru-out the summer on the Bechler lookout with 10 boys from the Nez Perce camp near Old Faithful on the job. They have been located in a forest service camp while on duty." (The Pinedale Roundup)
September 3, 1937: "With winter coming on Civilian Conservation workers in Yellowstone national park are rushing a multitude of projects toward completion, superintendent Edmund B. Rogers said today. Most recently finished was a 60 foot fire lookout tower in the Bechler river district in the southwest section of the park. The tower was built on the ground and elevated into position. Within two hours after its completion it was used to spot a fire in nearby Idaho." (The Pinedale Roundup)