Our newest book is 8½ x 11″ with 104 pages.


Featuring over 50 historic homes with color and black and white photos, “Then and Now” photos for most homes. Descriptions include homes’ histories and information about the people who lived there.

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The 10th Grade Weber High Baseball Team is pictured in 1941. The identified members are John Spackman, back row at left; Frank McCormick, 3rd from right on back row; Carl Barker, seated far right; Coach Metcalf, far right; Norman Shaw, 2nd from left on back row; Ross Barker, 4th from left on front row. Help us identify the others! ... See MoreSee Less

The 10th Grade Weber High Baseball Team is pictured in 1941.  The identified members are John Spackman, back row at left; Frank McCormick, 3rd from right on back row; Carl Barker, seated far right; Coach Metcalf, far right; Norman Shaw, 2nd from left on back row; Ross Barker, 4th from left on front row.  Help us identify the others!

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Norman Shaw, standing 2nd from left with glove

Fun picture!

Bonnie Bon Susan Barker Adams Peggy Barker

Rosanne Chadwick your dad has always been one of my favorites! Great picture of him!🥰

Ross Barker front row 4th from left

Lynnette Loughton, Thank you!

Thank you, Rosanne!

Jaclyn, I just saw this as I was checking my Facebook!

Don Barker

Great picture.

I grew up across from frank and I am sure I annoyed the heck out of him

Lynnette Loughton that’s my grandpa 👴…. Fun to show my kiddos Jaymie Fillmore Barker look it’s Ross 😉

Awe!! Love him and miss him everyday ❤

Nice picture.

My dad, Carl Barker, is on the far right sitting down. He was a team pitcher

Gayla, I wonder if Grandpa would recognize anyone in this picture? Didn't he have uncles about that age? The 4th boy in the front row looks like he could be a Shupe.

Don Barker is your dad on the far right, or the second from the right? The photo has "Carl" written across that one, but we need to make sure which is right.

North Ogden Historical Museum He is on far right , sitting down.

Okay, I'll change it. Thanks!

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Marie (Stalle`) Warren is pictured celebrating her 78th birthday with some of her grandchildren in 1923. Marie emigrated with her family from Italy at age 11 in 1856. Her parents were ill on the journey, leaving the children to pull the handcart across the plains. ... See MoreSee Less

Marie (Stalle`) Warren is pictured celebrating her 78th birthday with some of her grandchildren in 1923.  Marie emigrated with her family from Italy at age 11 in 1856.  Her parents were ill on the journey, leaving the children to pull the handcart across the plains.

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Related to Al warren?

Yes!

Thanks so much for sharing this picture!

Thanks for posting. Her younger sister is my great grandmother, Marguerite(Stalle) Barker. They came across the plains with the first handcart company. Their father died along the way due to starvation.

Wow!

She's my Great-Great-Great-Grandmother

Linda Dalpias

I love the little girl (right, front). She seems to be the only one smiling. 🥰

Maree Wadman yes. She is probably his great grandmother. I would have to check in our genealogy.

Maree Wadman I think she is Scott’s great great grandmother. I can never get the greats right. 🤦‍♀️

Lana Warren, are you related to this family?

My Warren family came from New England, to my knowledgeable we may only be distantly related. Lots of people used to ask me if Al Warren, a North Ogden officer, was my grandpa 😆

Ok. When I read this I naturally thought of you, my friend.😃

Jay D Dalpias we are long lost cousins.

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Old Time Bands: The North Ogden Marching Band is pictured in 1933, with Earl Chadwick as the color guard. An old-time band is also pictured in 1984 on a Cherry Days float. The old post office can be seen in the background. ... See MoreSee Less

Old Time Bands: The North Ogden Marching Band is pictured in 1933, with Earl Chadwick as the color guard.  An old-time band is also pictured in 1984 on a Cherry Days float.  The old  post office can be seen in the background.Image attachment

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So fun!

That’s my dad, Bill Bailey’s campaign float when he was Weber County Commissioner. Fun times. ♥️

love this!!

That is Reese Barker on the drums.

Stuart Bailey whoa! Neat!!!

Earl's My Granddad

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