Historic Resource Study, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, 1984
X. Construction of Government Buildings and Landscaping in Crater Lake National Park
N. Emergency Conservation Work Camps
2. Camp No. 2 (Wineglass Camp)
This camp, despite its name, was located at Lost Creek because of heavy snow at the Wineglass, but the name was retained to facilitate paperwork. Among the structures this camp built was a horse barn in the rear of the Lost Creek Campground similar to the one at Government Camp. 
Illustration 50. Wineglass patrol cabin, n.d. By 1971 all other boundary patrol cabins had been razed because the area was being considered for Wilderness classification. Courtesy Crater Lake National Park.
Illustration 51. Wineglass patrol cabin, 1968. Photo by R.G. Bruce Courtesy Crater Lake National Park.
Illustration 52. Maklak patrol cabin, n.d. Courtesy Crater Lake National Park.
Illustration 53. National Creek patrol cabin, 1933 (Print reversed). Courtesy Crater Lake National Park.