Historic Resource Study, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, 1984
X. Construction of Government Buildings and Landscaping in Crater Lake National Park
K. Important Additions to Headquarters Complex in 1932
4. Ranger Dormitory (Club House)
Sager believed that the Ranger Dorm, with careful planting in the future, would be “an example of excellent adaptability to surroundings.” 
Its roof was green and the limited amount of siding was brown. Native stones of a good size gave the building a rugged, substantial appearance, as did the steel sash. The first floor contained two living rooms, each with a stone fireplace. The larger room was for men, the smaller for women. There were also three rooms and a shower for women on the south end. The remainder of the first floor included an entrance hall and four rooms, three with private baths. A basement lay under the central portion of the building. The second floor had four bedrooms, a large eighteen by thirty-four-foot dormitory room, a dark room, storage room, and shower room.