Crawford County Missouri Conservation Commission 37N-4W-35
1946-1947: 80 acres were acquired for a towersite. (Annual Report of the Missouri Department of Conservation)
June 28, 1947: "New towers are Keysville, an 85-foot steel tower in Crawford county." (Daily Capital News)
1947-1948: The 'Official Manual of the State of Missouri' indicates that the towersite is owned by the Missouri Conservation Commission and is 80 acres in size.
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - KEYSVILLE LOOKOUT TOWER PID - HC0769 STATE/COUNTY- MO/CRAWFORD COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - STEELVILLE (1985)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1956 (WRH) THE STATION IS LOCATED ABOUT 6-1/2 MILES AIRLINE SOUTH AND 1/2 MILE EAST OF STEELVILLE, 2-1/2 MILES EAST OF KEYSVILLE.
THE TOWER IS THE PROPERTY OF THE MISSOURI CONSERVATION COMMISSION AND IS A FOUR LEGGED STEEL STRUCTURE WITH AN 8 FOOT SQUARE HOUSE ON TOP. IT IS ABOUT 85 FEET HIGH. THE CENTER OF THE TOWER WAS INTERSECTED. IT IS 96.870 FEET, (29.526) METERS NORTH NORTHWEST OF TRIANGULATION STATION KEYSVILLE.