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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Priscilla Jane Lincoln Campbell (1860-1928) is pictured at the right in her sewing class. She married Solomon Benoni Campbell in 1877 in North Ogden. Others identified in the photo are Ethel Naomi Heninger (standing at the left of Priscilla) and Naomi Adelaide Fifield, who was Priscilla's step-sister (standing next to Ethel.) ... See MoreSee Less

Priscilla Jane Lincoln Campbell (1860-1928) is pictured at the right in her sewing class. She married Solomon Benoni Campbell in 1877 in North Ogden.  Others identified in the photo are Ethel Naomi Heninger (standing at the left of Priscilla) and Naomi Adelaide Fifield, who was Priscillas step-sister (standing next to Ethel.)

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Debbie D. Duran

Solomon is in our ancestry.

I noticed that two of the three women at the sewing machine on the left have a + on them. Is that a mark someone made on the photo?

1918 photos from the Mary Lillias Montgomery album show Lillias with friends and a 1914 Chevrolet Touring car. It looks like the car was getting a flat tire fixed in the second photo. Lillias was born in 1874 and married Heber Randall in 1896. They were the parents of six children, two dying in infancy. Lillias passed away in 1944 in North Ogden, UT. ... See MoreSee Less

1918 photos from the Mary Lillias Montgomery album show Lillias with friends and a 1914 Chevrolet Touring car.  It looks like the car was getting a flat tire fixed in the second photo.  Lillias was born in 1874 and married Heber Randall in 1896.  They were the parents of six children, two dying in infancy.  Lillias passed away in 1944 in North Ogden, UT.Image attachment

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I appreciate this. Mary and Heber were my 3x great-aunt and uncle. Heber was the younger brother to my great-great grandfather, David E. Randall.

Great pictures!

@ Colleen Brown Tolman I thought you’re u would be interested in this post

This shows the old Weber High School under construction in 1926. The south wing was added in 1954. Located at 1018 Washington Blvd. in Ogden, the building was demolished about 60 years later in the mid-1980s. ... See MoreSee Less

This shows the old Weber High School under construction in 1926. The south wing was added in 1954.  Located at 1018 Washington Blvd. in Ogden, the building was demolished about 60 years later in the mid-1980s.

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Good Ole Weber!

I was there in 1958, 10th grade.

WHS Class of 1962. 60 Year reunion Sept 17, 2022.

Gaye Leatherow Hurst Don Leatherow

It was a good old school

Jeannie Cragun wasn't this the school that you and Larry went to?

I remember when it was tore down

My first husband went to school there, graduated 1968. He ran the projector for classes.

Rocky Woodruff

That's where my parents met.

Class of '71!

Class of '60!! Loved this school.

Class of ‘69

i went there

Class of 71 !

Good old Weber, grand old Weber…..

Beautiful campus..!

Class of 71

Jalene Nelson Prince class of 52

Good old Weber! I'm proud to be a Warrior! I felt like it was a great school & great kids!

I recall Weber High School as being called the “Barn on the Boulevard” and Ogden High School called, “The Castle on the Hill”…Weber High, class of 1953.

I Loved that school!

Class of 71

Class of 71

I remember it well!

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Clara Virtue Orton (1892-1990) is pictured with her friends in about 1912. L-R: Ora Marshall, Ruth Spackman, Bardella Barker, and Clara Virtue Orton. North Ogden, UT ... See MoreSee Less

Clara Virtue Orton (1892-1990) is pictured with her friends in about 1912.  L-R: Ora Marshall, Ruth Spackman, Bardella Barker, and Clara Virtue Orton.  North Ogden, UT

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Cheryl Jones, are these your relatives??

😲

I haven’t seen any of their names genealogy yet, so I’m not sure.

North Ogden Historical Museum. Thank you for sharing.

Quite the hats (:

Bardella Barker is my 1st Cousin twice removed ❤️

I wonder if any of their hats were purchased from my Great Grandmothers hat shop in Ogden??? I have yet to find a photo of Elizabeth Ann Sutherland Koldewyn who owned her own Millinery in Ogden

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