North Ogden
Historical Museum

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 days ago

Maree WadmanLove these pictures1   ·  4 days ago

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

Suzette WarrenI love the history.2   ·  4 days ago

Blaine HadlockWhat a great country... where we can rise ourselves up. Let Freedom Ring.1   ·  4 days ago

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Another Egyptian Theatre shot...This is North Ogden's Rubie Barker and son Dennis in about 1950. Taken by the "street photographer" in Ogden.

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"Here comes the band!" The excited cries of a North Ogden child resonate through the neighborhood as the band serenades the town from a horse-drawn wagon in the early 1900s. The N.O. Band wore blue and white uniforms in 1912. Shown are: Front, L-R, William Deamer, Thomas Storey, Charles Ellis, and Charles Storey; middle row: Lamoni Holmes, Harry Chandler, Freddie Ellis, Jimmy Dudman, Mason Blaylock, and Joseph Ellis; back row: Andrew Clark, Joseph Storey, Charles Jones, Chris Lind, and Arthur Berrett. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jan Barker Postel, Marilyn Kusina and 23 others like this

Laurie AsayGreat grandpa Deamer! 😊1   ·  1 week ago

Sandi BrownI love this photo, my grandfather Charles Ellis is in the front row.1   ·  1 week ago

Adelle BelnapFantastic picture!1   ·  1 week ago

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Lookin' cool on a mule in 1910! This confectionery and ice cream parlor was located in North Ogden near 2596 N. 400 E. Parley Spackman and Claude Ellis are posed on donkeys that were offspring from those used to carry ore from area mines. ... See MoreSee Less

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Maree WadmanSuper fun1   ·  2 weeks ago

Jamie GardnerAw I remember those days, I was much younger then1   ·  2 weeks ago

Sandi BrownClaude Ellis was my great Uncle,2   ·  2 weeks ago

Sandy RichardsonLove the picture !!!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Sherry Ellis FerrinMy Great Uncle Claude Ellis...thanks for the photo!1   ·  2 weeks ago

North Ogden Historical MuseumThe attached building on the left was the telephone switchboard office where most people went if they wanted to make a phone call.2 weeks ago

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