North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

An excellent example of a vintage kitchen...Beth Ellis Shupe is enjoying the kitchen in her new North Ogden home in 1943.
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Jeffrey NyeThat is a great picture of aunt Beth.

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Larry McKainWhere's the microwave? 😇

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Fran WinbergDearly loved this lady

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Claudia NyeLove the pics

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Marilyn ThompsonWow what a great picture!

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Pat JohnsonJust like Dorothy's

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

For our new book, we need a photo of a current nurse who's a North Ogden resident to go with this nurse from long ago. Click on the photo for more info about Annie Hall. Post a reply or PM us if you can help out!
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Tiffanyanne Brighid SawyerJulie Sawyer they need a cute picture of you

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Valerie FergusonWow served in WW1. Impressive.

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Peter WaiteHolli Green

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This photo shows North Ogden from Ben Lomond Peak in 1972. Does anyone have a recent comparative view that you'd like to share? ... See MoreSee Less

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Jeremy AverettWow. And what a shame not a single city official, the large property owners, or any of the developers over the last 40 years saw fit to provide a single point of access for climbers, hikers, recreationalists to enjoy these hills. Not without parking and walking/pedaling from the North Ogden pass, some two miles away. I mean the trail system is great. Just breaks my heart that the neighborhood up there has no desire for a single parking space/park. They'd rather just lock everyone out and post signs saying that by order of the city to just stay away. What a shame. The snow chutes/couloirs above this land are some of the best in Northern Utah for skiing and snowboarding. So I go up anyway. You might own the property seen here, but you don't own the mountain. Sorry, this ones a major sore spot of mine, and I wish everyone else's.

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Wayne RussellRemember when we were smart enough to not build houses right in the middle of Ben Lomonds alluvial fan?

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Allen SmithWonderful people. I'm from Texas, have lived in Wyoming for 50 years, and am not LDS. Wonderful people in Ogden.

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Bryant Tanner

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Blair ButlerHey! I can see my house from here!

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Larry McKainFantastic photos!

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David HaaralaThe old stompin grounds.

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Brady WirickWow!!!

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Allen SmithBeautiful city!

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How cool is this? A 1950s view of Ben Lomond from 2600 N. 400 E. in North Ogden. Courtesy of Denice Barker! ... See MoreSee Less

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Norma KleinIs that a green stamp sign?

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David EldridgeHome for the last 3 weeks. My son says to me, "dad, how about that view?" Pointing to Ben Lomond. I turned to the bedroom window of the house I grew up in and told him everyday I looked out to be sure the mountain was still there. And when I leave to come back to Texas, I look out the window of the plane or the car as long as I can. I love this mountain and my hometown!

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Marv PriceMust say I love this pic. Ben Lomond hasn't changed at all. Great place to grow up it just makes me wonder what 2040 will look like.

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Anthony P. AmmanThat was far enough back that Wayne Barker's Service Station was Sinclair. Later on, and until they closed in the '90s, it was Conoco fuels.

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Susan Deamer HolbrookThe mountain looks the same. People are very lucky to live in North Ogden.

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Susan Barker AdamsI love this! Thanks so much for sharing this!

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LeAnn Carreolathank you Denice! it was a great place to grow up!

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Christina PayA little before my time but still is how I remember it. Love this pic

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Joshua RubersonMy in laws moved into an old house on that block last year. They loved seeing what things used to look like.

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Cindy Warrant Nicewe were Blessed, to live on Ben Lomand. I should have moved back there.

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Darwin HuntVery Nostalgic. Wish I could go back.

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Bill OkelberryWashington Blvd doesn't even go up the hill yet!

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Virginia Blumel-WilsonWhat a neat photo.

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Jensine LarsenGlen Larsen is this from the parking lot of the gas station??

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Ken Dummerthat is the way I remember it

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Caleb CabellShelly show grandpa some of these

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Lisa Stead ShinnI love seeing the old photos.

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Charlotte Walton ConklinWow before my house was built.

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Kimberly Love KillpackLove!!!

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Richard GunnarsonI remember it well

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Hannah SimmonsAnn Simmons thought of you when I saw this!

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Patricio Enrique Cabezas FigueroaCool

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Shelby BlackShai-an Diarte the museum

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Daisha Johnson EcholsMichelle N Monty Voss cool to see.

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North Ogden School third grade with Veda Berrett in about 1947--can you help fill in the unknowns? ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumThanks, Larry. So we only need one more!

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Larry JensenStill trying? I think the kid on the left front row is Steve Ohlwiler, second row is Marie Dean, I think Larry Thorsted is right and so is Steve Larsen. I can't come up with the first row right side name.

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Sharon Hadley HallidayThe teacher's name is Veda Berrett like it says above the picture, and she was never married.

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Barbara Ron StoreyAlso I think the teacher is Vera Barret.

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Barbara Ron StoreyFirst row right side is William Lay.

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Barbara Ron StoreyI meant Veda Barret

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Larry McKain39 kids. Are there classes this size today?

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