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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Beginning August 10th, Join us for a fun scavenger hunt! We're teaming with the Weber County Heritage Foundation for this event. There will be a drawing at the end of 14 days for fun prizes. ... See MoreSee Less

Beginning August 10th, Join us for a fun scavenger hunt!  Were teaming with the Weber County Heritage Foundation for this event.  There will be a drawing at the end of 14 days for fun prizes.

A buggy full of North Ogden children are heading out to see the airplanes that landed at Hot Springs Resort on May 8, 1919. Hot Springs was a 40-room hotel with two swimming pools that was located to the south of Smith and Edwards. This was the first time that many people from the area were able to see an airplane. ... See MoreSee Less

A buggy full of North Ogden children are heading out to see the airplanes that landed at Hot Springs Resort on May 8, 1919.  Hot Springs was a 40-room hotel with two swimming pools that was located to the south of Smith and Edwards.  This was the first time that many people from the area were able to see an airplane.Image attachment

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Frank J Hirt 1871-1947 was the Manager of the Hotel at Hot Springs. He was married to a great cousin of mine Ana Matte Kjerstine Christensen. Her Father Rasmus lived on Adams 21st Street. He dabbled in real estate & rentals. He also worked at the bottle works on Lincoln.

Do we know anyone in the pictures? I have a picture with some family members in it.

Really fun pictures!

North Ogden Historical Museum. Thanks for sharing.

Cool!

I love these pictures! Thank you for sharing!

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Actually, the site of the Stevens store is in the middle of the road (2700). The city tore down the building to build the road, connecting North Ogden to the I-15 freeway! The place you were showing in your film is where the old Stevens home was!

Wow, what can I say? This is amazing, I love these old pictures!

The North Ogden Historical Museum will be open on Saturday, July 3 from 11am to 3pm for Cherry Days! Photo shows a Cherry Days float with scouts, approximately around 1960. Happy 4th! ... See MoreSee Less

The North Ogden Historical Museum will be open on Saturday, July 3 from 11am to 3pm for Cherry Days!  Photo shows a Cherry Days float with scouts, approximately around 1960.  Happy 4th!

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I led the Cherry Days parade while carrying the american flag for several years when I was part of the North Ogden Jr. Posse. I would love to find the picture that was printed in the Standard Examiner. It would have been 2000-2005 ish

Wish I could see their faces.

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Do you have names?

Be sure to check out the Hickenlooper Cabin in Pleasant View from 7 to 9 pm this evening, 6/24/2021. It will be decorated for the day and there will be storytellers and activities. Address: 400 W. 4350 N. It's at the top of 500 W., turn east about a block. ... See MoreSee Less

Be sure to check out the Hickenlooper Cabin in Pleasant View from 7 to 9 pm this evening, 6/24/2021.  It will be decorated for the day and there will be storytellers and activities.  Address:  400 W. 4350 N.  Its at the top of 500 W., turn east about a block.

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Thanks for the post! The time is actually 7-9. Do you mind changing that?

Love great great grandma Ann Ham Hickenlooper’s Cabin❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Connie Hickenlooper Harmston

Kassie Hurtado Baker

Vincent Cottrell

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