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North Ogden Through Time

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This moment of calm is brought to you from 1937 by Beth Ellis Shupe (1919-2011) in North Ogden, Utah. ... See MoreSee Less

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This moment of calm is brought to you from 1937 by Beth Ellis Shupe (1919-2011) in North Ogden, Utah.

Will Linford is pictured with the Lakeview Dairy delivery wagon in North Ogden. The wagons transported milk, cream, and butter to customers each day in the early 1900s. The milk was measured out with a quart or gallon can and poured directly into the family's container. It was cooled by draping water-soaked gunnysacks on top of the cans. ... See MoreSee Less

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Will Linford is pictured with the Lakeview Dairy delivery wagon in North Ogden.  The wagons transported milk, cream, and butter to customers each day in the early 1900s.  The milk was measured out with a quart or gallon can and poured directly into the familys container.  It was cooled by draping water-soaked gunnysacks on top of the cans.

This image from 1946 shows the southwestern view from the North Ogden Divide road. Farmlands and orchards dominated the North Ogden area at the time. The Stansbury mountain range can be seen in the distance. ... See MoreSee Less

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This image from 1946 shows the southwestern view from the North Ogden Divide road.  Farmlands and orchards dominated the North Ogden area at the time.  The Stansbury mountain range can be seen in the distance.

Lookin' Cool on a Mule! In 1910 Parley Spackman and Claude Ellis are pictured in front of a candy store near 2596 N. 400 E. in North Ogden. The donkeys were offspring from those used in the Maguire mines on Ben Lomond, roaming free after mining subsided. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lookin Cool on a Mule!  In 1910 Parley Spackman and Claude Ellis are pictured in front of a candy store near 2596 N. 400 E. in North Ogden.  The donkeys were offspring from those used in the Maguire mines on Ben Lomond, roaming free after mining subsided.

Who remembers full-circle skirts? During the 1950s the skirts were popular because of their free-swinging shape. Pictured in North Ogden (L-R) are Julia Campbell, Arnell Swenson, Margene Pulsipher, and LaVern Shaw. ... See MoreSee Less

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Who remembers full-circle skirts?  During the 1950s the skirts were popular because of their free-swinging shape.  Pictured in North Ogden (L-R) are Julia Campbell, Arnell Swenson, Margene Pulsipher, and LaVern Shaw.
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