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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In 1927, three North Ogden ladies pose on an Oldsmobile car. At the left is Gene Ann Huband (1908-1978), with some friends. Anyone know who the other ladies are?
Car information from Charles Windham: (thank you!)
It is a "Light Eight" produced by the Oldsmobile Division of General Motors in roadster, two-door coupe, four-door sedan between 1916 and 1923. It was powered by a sidevalve V8 engine. There were three generations of this automobile. First generation - models 44, 45 and 45A. Second gereration - models 45B and 46. Third generation - model 47. Hard to tell from photo which model it was.
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In 1927, three North Ogden ladies pose on an Oldsmobile car. At the left is Gene Ann Huband (1908-1978), with some friends.  Anyone know who the other ladies are? 
Car information from Charles Windham: (thank you!)
It is a Light Eight produced by the Oldsmobile Division of General Motors in roadster, two-door coupe, four-door sedan between 1916 and 1923. It was powered by a sidevalve V8 engine. There were three generations of this automobile. First generation - models 44, 45 and 45A. Second gereration - models 45B and 46. Third generation - model 47. Hard to tell from photo which model it was.

Who remembers Ken's Market? These photos were taken in 1949 after a huge storm, before his newer store was built to the east of the log cabin store. Click on photos for more information.
Address: 515 E. 2650 N. in North Ogden.
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Who remembers Kens Market?  These photos were taken in 1949 after a huge storm, before his newer store was built to the east of the log cabin store. Click on photos for more information. 
Address: 515 E. 2650 N. in North Ogden.Image attachment

A group of teachers is shown at the North Ogden School in about 1940. Florence Manning is at the far left and Maggie Taggart at the far right, center back is Veda Berrett? Do you know any others? North Ogden School was built in 1937 at 474 E. 2650 N. at a cost of $150,000. ... See MoreSee Less

A group of teachers is shown at the North Ogden School in about 1940. Florence Manning is at the far left and Maggie Taggart at the far right, center back is Veda Berrett? Do you know any others? North Ogden School was built in 1937 at 474 E. 2650 N. at a cost of $150,000.Image attachment

Construction began on the first North Ogden Smith's store in 1986. The first photo shows the first stages of construction, photo taken from 2600 N. 450 E. looking south. The second shows the finished store. ... See MoreSee Less

Construction began on the first North Ogden Smiths store in 1986. The first photo shows the first stages of construction, photo taken from 2600 N. 450 E. looking south. The second shows the finished store.Image attachment

North Ogden's baseball team in 1931 was part of the Weber County Farm Bureau League. Lots of great North Ogden guys on the team! Thanks Lindsay Deamer. ... See MoreSee Less

North Ogdens baseball team in 1931 was part of the Weber County Farm Bureau League. Lots of great North Ogden guys on the team! Thanks Lindsay Deamer.