Approach to Cooley Glen from the South, 1919
Approach to Cooley Glen from the South, 1919

Professor Monroe and a group of workers built a shelter at Cooley Glen in 1918. [Forest & Crag by Laura & Guy Waterman. 1989] Open shelter of peeled logs, pole bunks. simple utensils, outdoor fireplace, splendid water 150 yds. westerly. [GB 2nd Edition 1920] The old shelter is now ruined and provides very little protection. A new shelter will be built on or near this location as soon as labor and materials can be obtained. [GB 13th Edition 1947]

This shelter with bunks, stove, and table is mentioned in O’Kane, 1926. It had a good spring just to the west and is located just north of Mt. Cleveland. Built in 1919. [GB 9th Edition 1932] Mentioned as down in article “Post War on the LT,” LT News, May 1945.