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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Turkey-raising on Sunny Slope! The Warren family raised Turkeys just above 3100 North and 1050 East in North Ogden, which was referred to as "Sunny Slope." The cute dog and Ben Lomond in the background add to the photo, taken around 1925. ... See MoreSee Less

Turkey-raising on Sunny Slope!  The Warren family raised Turkeys just above 3100 North and 1050 East in North Ogden, which was referred to as Sunny Slope.  The cute dog and Ben Lomond in the background add to the photo, taken around 1925.

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Where did you get this? I haven't seen this one before!

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Val, Ann, Bruce, and Marilyn Ellis are dressed for Halloween in North Ogden at about 2700 N. 400 East around 1950. ... See MoreSee Less

Val, Ann, Bruce, and Marilyn Ellis are dressed for Halloween in North Ogden at about 2700 N. 400 East around 1950.

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So darling.. no one cuter than the Ellis kids!!💕

Susan Ellis Maw this is awesome

So cute! ♥️

Marilyn Thompson Susan Ellis Maw

Oh my word! So cute!

1950 ? Marilyn, you must be the baby!

I grew up in that area.

Priceless !

Fantastic.

Love the hats.

Susan Ellis Maw who is Val?

Love it

Fun

This is the cutest picture, I’ll have to send it to my siblings.

This is priceless ❤️

That is a great picture!

Oh how I love this♥️

So cute !!!! ❤

OMG, I'm really old😱

Darling

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The Weber County Heritage Foundation did a magnificent job with the Ben Lomond Cemetery Tour! Martha Jane Alvord's headstone is shown with her reenactment actress. Martha Jane died in 1892 on what would have been her wedding day. Her fiancé had a headstone made in her likeness and she was buried in her wedding dress. ... See MoreSee Less

The Weber County Heritage Foundation did a magnificent job with the Ben Lomond Cemetery Tour!  Martha Jane Alvords headstone is shown with her reenactment actress.  Martha Jane died in 1892 on what would have been her wedding day.  Her fiancé had a headstone made in her likeness and she was buried in her wedding dress.Image attachment

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North Ogden Historical Museum. Thank you for sharing

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This was a great idea!

Tragic story. How did she die?

She died of Diphtheria which we will soon have again sweeping our country from all the illegals swarming our country, this is why we had Ellis Island to screen people who carried disease .

Very good point Randy

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