North Ogden
Historical Museum

Sidney Stevens constructed a general merchandise store in 1867, one of the first brick buildings in North Ogden. A dance hall and public library were added on the top floor. His business block at 2599 N. 400 E. burned down in 1885. The store was rebuilt and housed various businesses for over 100 years. ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumTo clarify, the above photo shows Stevens' Ogden business. After his North Ogden business burned, it was rebuilt less elaborately and later became the Post Office.2 days ago

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In the 1850s, Samuel Ferrin constructed the first known sawmill in North Ogden near Rice Creek. After a flood washed the mill away, Robert Montgomery Jr. built a sawmill on Cold Water Creek. Pictured is an early photo of a sawmill, location is unknown. It could be located further south near 2nd Street. ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumJanae, if you have any old family photos, histories, or stories, we would love to have copies of them in our files at the museum!1 week ago

Mike Morbythere was one built in Harrisville on the same creek near North Harrisville Rd. Was talking with Bruce Olsen about it. He found one of the original stones which was brought here. Different than stones in area.3   ·  2 weeks ago

Vicki JenningsI see the elf on old Ben Lomond!2   ·  2 weeks ago

David MorrisCold water canyon was at 2500N Mountain road.2   ·  2 weeks ago

Colleen ShawJanae Ferrin Matue we want copies to.1   ·  1 week ago

Janae Ferrin MatueSamuel Ferrin was my Grandfather!1   ·  2 weeks ago

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North Ogden Canyon? Some have said this couldn't be the road through the bottom of the canyon. The N.O. Canyon, also known as the Lodge Pole Trail, was the only access to Ogden Valley in early times. The trail was frequented by Native Americans and trappers long before the pioneers arrived. ... See MoreSee Less

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Blaine HadlockWhat a great photo.2   ·  3 weeks ago

Chris SorensenKathy Sorensen Cutrubus, Paul said maybe this was your grandfather in this picture?1   ·  3 weeks ago

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1. In 1945, Robert and Dennis Chamberlain were photographed with a metal toy airplane in North Ogden. 2. Darwin Butcher and LouJean Shaw are pictured in a goat-drawn wagon in the 1930s. Early photographers traveled door-to-door with their props (like the airplane and goat cart) to entice customers to have photos taken. ... See MoreSee Less

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Paige Wayment HillI have a picture of my dad and aunt in that same airplane! I'll post it later :)1   ·  3 weeks ago

LaVern CottrellNo, this is Lou Jean Shaw, LuLu Shaw was a different person. This was also taken in the 1930's, LouJean's married names were Minard, Roberts and Stanger. She grew up on Fruitland Drive, she is my sister.1   ·  4 weeks ago

Kathy Williams MorrisWell, her name was LuLu Shaw when she was married, but at that age it would have been Hemming, and she grew up in Pocatello so I have to say no. Nice try, tho!1   ·  4 weeks ago

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1. North Ogden's first LDS church (built in 1895) was located at 626 E. 2600 N. Photo was taken during the early 1900s, showing the Yellow Brick School to the left of the church. The school was constructed in 1908 and demolished in 1935. 2. The newer version of the LDS church as it appears now, built in 1956. ... See MoreSee Less

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Diane JohnI remember going to that church and remember watching them tear it down and building the new one !1   ·  1 month ago

Melanie Alyssa WebbSo fun!1   ·  1 month ago

North Ogden Historical MuseumNote the horse-hitching post in front of the picket fence and the lady that could be the teacher heading to school.2   ·  1 month ago

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