North Ogden
Historical Museum

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

5 days ago

RaKel Marrie, Cheryl Jones and 23 others like this

Diane JohnI remember going to that church and remember watching them tear it down and building the new one !1   ·  5 days ago

Melanie Alyssa WebbSo fun!1   ·  5 days 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   ·  5 days ago

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Still blooming after all these years! This old North Ogden apricot tree is likely one of the original trees planted by the pioneers in the mid-1800s. It's also home to a downy woodpecker that entered it's nest while we were taking photos. Located on the corner of 750 E. 3000 N. ... See MoreSee Less

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Melanie Alyssa WebbSo beautiful, apricots are so delicious.1   ·  1 week ago

Susan Barker AdamsThere probably isn't to many of the around - original fruit trees planted by the pioneers of North Ogden.1   ·  1 week ago

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(1) In 1913, Charles Jones, William Hall, and Henry C. Hall were among the expedition to erect a flagpole at the top of Ben Lomond Peak. (2) An early 1900s photo shows a view of North Ogden from the Ben Lomond Peak trail. ... See MoreSee Less

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Susan Barker AdamsLove them! I also look for family members!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Judy Jackson WrightThank you for sharing.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Robin CroftMe too. So many of them and I look for family in each of them...Campbell's, Barkers, Caziers, Girrard, Shupe1   ·  2 weeks ago

Lynda Beltz RunionsI just love these wonderful historical photos. Awesome...thanks for sharing!!!2   ·  2 weeks ago

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In 1906, North Ogden's Bernice Randall had her portrait taken on an ornate wicker chair, a prop known as a posing chair. Early photographers often used hidden devices to help hold the child still. The button-up shoes, black stockings, and dress were typical attire in the early 1900s. The girls usually wore pinafores to keep their dresses clean. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Cindy Johnson, Nadine Brenda Steele Harlan and 23 others like this

Maree WadmanWhat are your hours?1   ·  3 weeks ago

Maree WadmanLove your post!1   ·  3 weeks ago

Carol D HardingShe was a doll. Cute.1   ·  3 weeks ago

North Ogden Historical MuseumMarie, our hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3 - 6 pm.2   ·  3 weeks ago

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John Woodfield earned one schilling per week working in Queen Victoria's gardens following the death of his father. The earnings helped support his mother and 10 siblings. He came to North Ogden in 1862, carrying all his belongings in a handkerchief tied to a stick. Pictured in 1887 is the Woodfield’s two-story brick home at 1808 North 400 East, and the John and Rachel (Roylance) Woodfield family. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dodie McEntire WebbIt's my great grandfather's home as well. Dawn McEntire Webb2   ·  4 weeks ago

Maree WadmanLove these pictures1   ·  4 weeks ago

Mary Lou BakerThis is my Great Grandfather's home and is still standing in North Ogden. Mary Lou Woodfield Baker3   ·  4 weeks ago

Suzette WarrenI love the history.2   ·  4 weeks ago

Blaine HadlockWhat a great country... where we can rise ourselves up. Let Freedom Ring.2   ·  4 weeks ago

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