North Ogden
Historical Museum

Students graduated from school after eighth grade, and some were able to attend college afterwards. Weber State photos from years past: (1) Weber Academy graduates around 1900, (2) Weber College Sorority group 1940s ?, (3) Weber Normal College commencement program from 1921, (4) Weber Academy HCP Literary Club in 1910. (4 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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In 1915, hunters George Roylance, Chris Lind, and Charles Jones pose with their trophies. (2) Wayne Barker is shown after a hunting expedition with his enthusiastic dog in the 1950s. Pioneers participated in trapping and hunting for both pleasure and survival. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Rebecca Schmick Sessions, Kathy Bateman Bishop and 11 others like this

Kathy Bateman BishopKeep em' coming !! I love these old photos !!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Mike MorbyWow. Loved that Wayne Barker. He was a great man.1   ·  2 weeks ago

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When the first settlers arrived in North Ogden around 1850, they planted fruit trees from seed brought across the plains, which developed into large orchards. The Ben Lomond Orchard Company (277 E. Lomond View Drive) was one of the fruit packing houses. As many as 75 train carloads were shipped out during peak season. During off-season, this packing house was used as a skating rink. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Jenette Purdy, Vicki Jennings and 23 others like this

Susan Barker AdamsMy Grandfather, Wm. Nathan Barker, use to ship out alot of fruit from his farm on Fruitland Dr.2   ·  3 weeks ago

Connie Huband SneddonWhat great pictures and memories.1   ·  3 weeks ago

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Old-time vacations: (1) Yellowstone has been a favorite vacation spot for many years. Shown in 1933 at Mammoth Hot Springs are Wilford & Lucille Shaw and Beatrice & Ralph Garner from North Ogden. (2) Four friends pose for a photo while on a vacation in 1936. Jack Deamer, Bill Bailey, Verle Barker, & Lowell Shupe traveled from N.O. to see the Hollywood stars with only $17 among them. They used most of the money for car repairs, and then had to drive to a relative's home in California to borrow money to get back home. They had this photo taken in a staged setting. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Lindsay Deamer, Dena Andersen and 19 others like this

Kathy Bateman BishopLove it. !!!1   ·  4 weeks ago

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Al Warren, a world-renowned horse trainer, trained three Palomino horses to perform, using no bridle or halter. They were filmed in several movies and performed for many years. One year at the Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo, Al's granddaughter Collette stole the show. One of Al's trained Shetland ponies, with Collette on its back, walked on its hind legs waving at the crowd with a front hoof. The second photo shows Al's barn where the Palominos were kept during the day to keep their coats from fading. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Susan Barker AdamsWe put our car in his barn when we got married so it wouldn't get decorated - but my brother got to it anyway.2   ·  1 month ago

Frank HubandHe gave me my first ticket. Driving without a license!2   ·  1 month ago

Debbie Cude RobinsonGreat guy he taught me how to ride. Loved him!2   ·  1 month ago

Steven BlakeleyHe was also the police officer for North Ogden and Pleasant View thru the 60's and probably a bit longer. He was a great guy!2   ·  1 month ago

Holly Heslop RemkesRight on!2   ·  1 month ago

Austin Tracy TeuscherYep2   ·  1 month ago

Holly Heslop RemkesAustin Tracy Teuscher, is this referencing your mom?2   ·  1 month ago

Forrest Glenn SorensenI remember him coming to our door and talking to my brother Kevin Scott Sorensen about finding his finger prints on a BB that had broken someones window....Hahaha! He was a great detective! :) Was that the story Kev or am I having a touch of old timers? :)1   ·  1 month ago

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