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PostMon Sep 20, 2021 10:19 am 
From the September 22, 1921 Everett Herald:

So, do you count a building's birthday by the finishing or starting of it?

For a map of where "Rotary" was, see this LOSCHO (League of Sno Cty Hist Orgs) map assembled by Fred Cruger, and turn on the 1927 or 1934 layer. Rotary is at the north end of the trail. Then zoom in and turn on the NPRR layer to see the railroad map. (The 1934 map labels "Two" lake...  uhh.gif ). (The 1927 map moves Pilchuck quite a bit, must have been a massive earthquake. Trail changed a lot too.)
https://loscho.maps.arcgis.com/apps/PublicInformation/index.html?appid=d88679dd9d04410f806546b0d7f776f2

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PostWed Sep 22, 2021 3:46 pm 
Some photos of the original lookout and a good history is presented on Willhiteweb: Mt Pilchuck

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