Tyandgail ForsbergMy Dad would have been 10 years old, his little sister, I think would have been 8, and 2 older brothers would have been 12 and 14. I think they were all born in Ogden. Their names in order of age were Elden, Floyd, Harvey and Evelyn Erickson all born to Carl Rheinhold Erickson and Isabelle Bingham Erickson. All these beautiful kids made me wonder if my Dad or any of his siblings might be among them - who knows!
In about 1910, an impressive home was built by John T. Hall for Edwin McGriff near 900 E. 2800 N. in North Ogden. The 14-room home included a dance floor and a rock wine cellar. The home burned down around 1940. ... See MoreSee Less
North Ogden Historical MuseumMcGriff was a horticulturist and lawyer from Iowa who came to North Ogden in 1892 and transformed 80 acres of sagebrush-covered land into orchards. He planted 7000 fruit trees, 25,000 grape vines, and 10 acres of raspberries.
Florence Manning's school class in 1932, North Ogden Central School, also known as the "Yellow Brick School." Florence wrote the children's names on the back of the photo. Does anyone see some relatives? ... See MoreSee Less
Lindsay DeamerRussell Deamer is interesting because my dads name was James Russell Deamer and his best friend he went through school with was Nolan Montgomery, this would have to be him as there are no other Russell Deamer's that I can find, this would be first grade, he was born in 1926. I have never seen a picture of him at this age. I have the same middle name.
These North Ogden photos were taken in about 1920. We're having a hard time figuring out what school is in the background. The 2nd photo shows what looks like Ben Lomond in the distance. The "Red Brick School" had a bell tower, but different architecture. Any ideas? ... See MoreSee Less