North Ogden
Historical Museum

A view of our historic Ben Lomond is taken from Frog's Mouth Rock last week, then Curt Fuller zoomed the camera in on areas of the peak. When looking at the photos, we discovered twelve mountain goats on the saddle-back to the right of the peak. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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An early 1940s view of North Ogden is shown with Mount Ogden Peak in the distance. A similar view was taken 9/9/2014 from upper Pleasant View. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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This impressive statue in the Ben Lomond Cemetery was erected by Abiathar Richard Cydney (Dick) Smith in honor of Martha Jane Alvord, his bride-to-be who died on their wedding day. Dick Smith was known as the "Sheep King" and one of the most prominent financial enterpreneurs in North Ogden. He later married Rebecca Nichols, and they became the parents of three children. ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumThe Ben Lomond Cemetery is in North Ogden between 450 and 550 E. on 2850 N. It was organized by the Union Cemetery Association in 1892.1 week ago

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This home was constructed in 1892 by Dick Smith at 161 E. 2550 N. in North Ogden for his bride-to-be, Martha Jane Alvord. Tragically, Jane died of Diphtheria on their wedding day. "Dick and Jane" are pictured in the next photo in 1892. The last photo shows the small replica of the home on display at the North Ogden museum. (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Cheryl Call JenningsWhat a beautiful house and a sad story!3   ·  1 week ago

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Florence and Joseph Ballif Sr. operated businesses in four locations in North Ogden. (1) "The Stump" Hamburger Stand, (2) The Red Front Store, (3) Ballif & Stewart General Merchandise (this building later served as the N.O. Post Office). Joseph's businesses burned four times. With kerosene and ammunition stored on the shelves inside, the fires were nearly impossible to fight. (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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