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.

$25.00

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Female teachers had some tough rules to follow in 1915, both in and out of the classroom! ... See MoreSee Less

Female teachers had some tough rules to follow in 1915, both in and out of the classroom!

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Bet there was a long line for those jobs.

My mother started teaching in the 60’s. She was paid less than the men teachers she worked with because they were the head of the household.

I bet the male teachers had no rules.

Elizabeth Taylor 😳

Kennady Longhurst check this out!!! 🙈🤣🤣

Bev Dross, teaching in 1915 Utah....

I would have not survived in that time lol.

Not even able to vote.

Wow.

Not right

Hilarious 😂

Crazy

Ann Kelly Tefertiller Cameron Goad I wonder if these were similar for Memaw Kelly?

Sounds like the Afghan Taliban.

Kristi Stevens, did they teach you this in school?

Thank you for that post!

As if that would be tolerated now!

We have come a long way since those days!

Wtf? People agreed to these terms?

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In 1944 the Shaw kids and their friends played in the season's first snow in North Ogden. From left to right: LaVern Shaw (Cottrell), Joan Gardner, Claudia Gardner, LouJean Shaw (Stanger), Marvin Shaw, and Jerald Shaw. Rest In Paradise LouJean! ... See MoreSee Less

In 1944 the Shaw kids and their friends played in the seasons first snow in North Ogden.  From left to right:  LaVern Shaw (Cottrell), Joan Gardner, Claudia Gardner, LouJean Shaw (Stanger), Marvin Shaw, and Jerald Shaw.  Rest In Paradise LouJean!

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So fun!!

I miss Loujean

Sandra Mathie Hadley is this “our” Marvin Shaw?

I would LOVE to see any and all info or pics on the Wade, Mower, Hickenlooper Families from North Ogden.

North Ogden Historical Museum. Thanks for sharing.

Melanie Shaw Schern

Joan & Claudia were both Gardners, they lived in the "Fox Hole" house on the corner. They were our only neighbors when we moved to Fruitland Drive.

Love the picture grandma LaVern Cottrell

Great picture ❤️

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This photo was taken in 1947 of 25th Street in Ogden, Utah looking west. ... See MoreSee Less

This photo was taken in 1947 of 25th Street in Ogden, Utah looking west.

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Looks like Adams

A little earlier in time but that is Mitchell Motors there in the Monarch Building. www.facebook.com/TheMonarchOgden/posts/772938323356874

I think that's my '40 Plymouth on the left.

An undated photo of Ben Lomond in the snow could have been taken in 1949, the year of the "Big Snow" mentioned in the news article. Our museum will be open for the last day before our winter closure today from 3 to 6 pm. We will reopen on Feb. 3, weather permitting. ... See MoreSee Less

An undated photo of Ben Lomond in the snow could have been taken in 1949, the year of the Big Snow mentioned in the news article.  Our museum will be open for the last day before our winter closure today from 3 to 6 pm.  We will reopen on Feb. 3, weather permitting.Image attachment

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Somewhere we have a picture of my Dad standing next to the snow piled on the roadside. Plows with wing blades had piled it eight feet high.

North Ogden Historical Museum. Thanks for sharing.

My sister Janet Hadley Butler was born that year and the snow was to the top of the mailboxes.

I love the museum!! I've taken lots of youth groups there, and every time I find something I hadn't noticed before. All of the docents are delightful, and their knowledge and stories are wonderful!

A great gift idea! These well-made afghans sell for $55.00 at the museum. They were made by the Civic League and have several photos of North Ogden highlights. Come in from 3 to 6 pm on Tuesday or Thursday and get yours, or purchase on our website www.nohmuseum.org and we can ship them. We also have North Ogden history books for sale, along with handmade wooden toys and many other treasures! ... See MoreSee Less

A great gift idea!  These well-made afghans sell for $55.00 at the museum.  They were made by the Civic League and have several photos of North Ogden highlights. Come in from 3 to 6 pm on Tuesday or Thursday and get yours, or purchase on our website www.nohmuseum.org and we can ship them.  We also have North Ogden history books for sale, along with handmade wooden toys and many other treasures!

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Ship?

They really are fun to have!!

I have one. So nice.

Holly Woodruff Fuller do you guys have the wood snowmen this year?