Cool photo Mark.
That is one rustic lodge. Reminds me of grandma's house.
I had to do some research and found this. My opinion this is the original lodge before it burned.
Bruce Kehr writes that the Stevens Pass ski area started during the fall and winter of 1937-38, when some trees were chopped down and a rope tow was constructed using a ford V8, and other parts purchased for less than $600. Bruce Kehr and Don Adams formed a loose partnership and went into business, even though the pass was not open from the west side in winter. The few west-siders who skied at Stevens either hiked six miles from the railway portal at Scenic or bought one-way tickets through the tunnel for 18 cents and rode up from the east portal in a small second-hand school bus. They completed their day by skiing back down to Scenic and their cars. Kehr describes the installation of other rope tows and chairlifts until December 1976 when the area was sold to Harbor Properties, a Seattle Firm headed by Stimson Bullitt.
The original lodge was constructed in 1937 by the CCC, a government funded work force. In 1940 this lodge burned down.
In the google photo (looking east at the summit) the lodge would have been to the left.