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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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Help us identify names of the 1940 North Ogden LDS priesthood members. Heber Heiner is seated second from left, and Harold Campbell stands behind him. Thanks to Lindsay Deamer for sharing this photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Help us identify names of the 1940 North Ogden LDS priesthood members.  Heber Heiner is seated second from left, and Harold Campbell stands behind him.  Thanks to Lindsay Deamer for sharing this photo.

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Wish I could make the picture bigger. There have to be some men we would recognize. It is a great picture. 😊

I do love seeing Grandpa Harold this young, thank you for sharing!!

Carl Nathan Barker on the far left, first row standing up, just right of the 3 adults standing

Front row, 6th from the left, Gerald Randall.

Arrows left to right: Dean Judkins, Jack Judkins and Reed Campbell. What a wonderful picture!

What a neat picture!

I’m not sure but the highlighted face sure looks like it could be my grandpa John Spackman. Penny Clindenon might be able to identify for sure.

Maybe this photo can help?

I think Earl Chadwick is the 5th one in upper left and Wayne Jensen is just below him with the wavy hair.

Darwin Shupe, standing far right

Claude Ellis is fourth from the left.

Sorry I didn’t see the writing under the men standing there.

Ray Barker should be there. He left on his mission Jan. 4, 1942.

Wondering if 3rd from left standing in a dark suit could be Karl Storey? I don't know--just asking.

What I love about this is that they all are dressed so nice and their hair is so well kept. Let's bring these styles back please!!!

John Aaron Woodfield is on the left hand side, back row, first one of the Priesthood leaders, there are two leaders in front of him. I believe he was a counselor in the Bishopric at that time. Standing on his left hand side is Ray Barker. Mark and Floyd Woodfield should be there as well.

LaVere Campbell Aaronic priesthood 4th from right(maybe?)

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Some interesting photos from around the Ogden area in the 1940s! Click on pictures for more info. ... See MoreSee Less

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Really cool photos! Thanks for sharing!

Jaron Paskett

Judy Jay

Way cool.

Very cool! More please?

North Ogden Historical North Ogden Historical Museum. Thanks for sharing.

Matt Brimhall

Thank you for sharing

Great pics!

Miguel Diaz Jr. look at how beautiful.

Nash Higbee

We were in Ogden in 2010 for our USAF Reunion, as Ogden is Sister City to Hof, Germany, the German city our AF Squadrons were located from 1957 to 1975.

Jonas Sexton

Love Ogden and miss the mountains

Natalie Manning Giles

Erick Andrade

Johnny Alcaraz

Brenner Jolley

Sabrina Sanchez

Jaden Hughes

Carson Winchester

Sheryl Scott

Dylan Pesto Furniss

You always post such cool stuff .

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The Bartholomew Emil Chatelain home at 2398 N. 400 E. in North Ogden is pictured in the late 1800s. Standing in front of their home are Conard Chatelain, Martha Albina Campbell, Una Chatelain, Arba Campbell, Ada Chatelain, and Pierre Louis Chatelain. ... See MoreSee Less

The Bartholomew Emil Chatelain home at 2398 N. 400 E. in North Ogden is pictured in the late 1800s. Standing in front of their home are Conard Chatelain, Martha Albina Campbell, Una Chatelain, Arba Campbell, Ada Chatelain, and Pierre Louis Chatelain.Image attachment

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Martha Albina was my great-great grandmother and una was my great-grandmother. Wish I could have seen this house myself. I’m proud of my heritage. This house was started by Martha’s mother, Martha Bromley Alvord but died before it was finished.

Way cool!

I recognize the area. As a child my family lived at 2409 north 400 east in the 60s.

Thank you for those wonderful posts.

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; Carl Bailey, seated second from 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; Carl Bailey, seated second from 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

Ross Barker front row 4th from left

Great picture.

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

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.

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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?

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. 🥰

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.😃

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