July 1, 1946: "Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ayres left Friday for Antrim Point to take the lookout station for the season." (Ravalli Republic)
July 21, 1959: "Damian Wilcox, employed by the U.S. Forest Service at Stevensville, is stationed as lookout at Antrim Point." (Ravalli Republic)
June 13, 1962: "Antrim Point: Carl Sopher, who resides at Alta in the West Fork. This is Mr. Sopher's second year on this point." (Ravalli Republic)
June 21, 1963: "Antrin Point: Mrs. Bessie Sopher of Hamilton. Mrs Sopher has had a long career as a lookout, having served as a lookout in the 1930's and on Thunder Mountain on the West Fork District for twelve years. This is Mrs. Sopher's first year on Antrim Point, but her husband, Carl, served as lookout on this point the past two years." (Ravalli Republic)
July 3, 1969: "Antrim Point, Mrs. Ann Casselman. She resides in Hamilton and teaches biological sciences and physical education at Hamilton High School." (Ravalli Republic)
1973: The lookout duties moved to Lookout Mountain.
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - ANTRIM LO PID - RY1031 STATE/COUNTY- MT/RAVALLI COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - STEVENSVILLE (1967)
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1957 THIS STATION WAS ESTABLISHED BY THE U.S. FOREST SERVICE IN 1937.
RECOVERED BY USGS IN 1957 AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
LOCATED 2.5 MI. ESE. OF FLORENCE, MONTANA, 8.0 AIRLINE MI. NNE. OF STEVENSVILLE IN SEC. 19, T 10 N, R 19 W, ON A CLEARED TOP NEAR THE BITTERROOT RIVER.
TO REACH FROM FLORENCE, GO E. AND S. ON THE EAST SIDE HIGHWAY 3.1 MI. TO RD. LEFT AND SIGN (ANTRIM POINT LOOKOUT), TURN LEFT AND FOLLOW RD ABOUT 0.5 MI. TO LOOKOUT TOWER.
STATION MARK--A U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FOREST SERVICE, BRASS TABLET SET IN A CONCRETE POST UNDER THE CENTER OF LOOKOUT TOWER AND STAMPED---ANTRIM 1937---.