National Register of Historic Places in Tuolumne County
One of the more recent of the log cabins in Yosemite, John McCauley's in Tuolumne Meadows. Many modern features are found in this building but they do not conceal its original character. Round logs were used and the corner joints were square or box notches. It stand on a rock foundation, and the chinking is mortar. Alterations include a shingle roof with flashing, screen door, and glass windows.
McCauley built this cabin about 1912, probably before actually acquiring title to the land which he purchased from Jean B. Lembert, who had obtained a homestead patent here in 1895. Soon thereafter the Sierra Club acquired the property from McCauley.
Source: Yosemite's Pioneer Cabins by Robert F. Uhte published in Sierra Club Bulletin 36(5): May 1951