North Ogden Central School was referred to as the Yellow Brick School. The school was completed in 1908 at a cost of $13,179 and was built with eight classrooms, with restrooms added later in the basement. The inside of a classroom is pictured in 1925 and the school is shown with the entire student body in about 1920. Lots of overalls and pinafores! ... See MoreSee Less
I love to see the picture of people around Ogden in overalls because a few of my ancestors made overalls that were sold in the stores there. One ancestor, Lovina Campbell made suits, shirts and overalls at Wright’s Store in Ogden. And also made overalls that were sold at Sidney Steven’s Store.
A photo in 1930 shows the Ben Lomond Cemetery in North Ogden with Orin Bates, Conard Chatelain, and Myrtle Chatelain at the gravesite of Clifford Bates. Clifford was killed in a riding accident at age 15 when a horse fell on him. ... See MoreSee Less