Adams County Conservation Department - District 11
May 13, 1932: "The towers already completed are: Quincy in district 11." (The Post-Crescent)
December 12, 1931: "Construction of a network of private telephone lines connecting practically every part of the 11th district of the forest fire protection branch of the Wisconsin conservation commission and the erection of four watch towers in the district is rapidly nearing completion, according to F. G. Wilson, area fire warden, who is working out of here in supervision of the construction activities. The towers are to be located at Friendship; Quincy Bluff, southwest of Friendship; Camp Douglas and Cranberry Rock." (The Daily Tribune)
June 23, 2004: A tornado tracked through the Quincy Bluff area leaving extensive damage to trees and included damage to the lookout tower.
June 2009: The erection of a new tower was completed. The tower was finished enough in April to be placed back into service.