A cottonwood tree stump from Frank Campbell's yard (marked with an "x") near 2580 N. 400 E. was moved and chiseled into a giant drinking fountain in the early 1930s. The artesian well water was tapped into by George Roylance. The sign on top was made by Grant Huband. The stump deteriorated over time and later burned, leaving a concrete base for the crystal clear, refreshing, spring water fountain. A fiberglass replica of "The Stump" was added in 1998, surrounded by North Ogden city's beautiful Centennial Park. ... See MoreSee Less

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Larry JensenI liked the story in the RORB site too, I suppose that triggered this item. I remember eating hamburgers a Joe's with my dad. The sign said 'Hamburgers 5ยข ..... :o)

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Kurt IllumI remember drinking out of the concrete base when i was a kid.

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Matt RoylanceCool! George would be my great-grandfather. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Janette Gilgen Treasure DallingaRemember this water stump in the 60s?

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Larry McKainWow! Great memories! Takes me back!๐Ÿ˜Š

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Karen Soelberg RoylanceAs kids we loved to ride our bikes to the stump. Best water anywhere.

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This undated photo of North Ogden was taken from Ben Lomond Peak. We will be holding our annual member meeting this afternoon at 5 pm. We always welcome new members and volunteers! ... See MoreSee Less

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In 1893, North Ogden's first known baseball team was transported to games in other counties by way of horse and buggy. Front row: George Randall, Solomon Shupe, & Lamoni Holmes; 2nd row: Enoch Randall, Milton Holmes, Andrew Clark, Heber Randall, & Will Cazier; 3rd row: Joe Cazier, Harry Chandler, Joseph Godfrey, Wiltz Bailey, & Nattie Montgomery. ... See MoreSee Less

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Alison Price HamiltonOh wow, I think George is my great grandfather! I gotta check this out!

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Peter WaiteJeffrey Randall

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

The John Jones family home was located at 556 E. 2650 N. in North Ogden. John was a blacksmith, a cobbler, a miner, and a farmer. He also built the Jones Hall, where many citizens were entertained with dances, roller-skating, & theater productions in the late 1800s. Click on photos for more info.
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Jalene Nelson Prince656 E. 2650 N. I want to know Eat of what & North of what. Do streets not have names anymore?

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Kelli Greenwell EricksonMy relatives, Jennie Mae was my great grandmother.

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Carmen TorchioI love old photos <3

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Merrill GreenwellIt was at 574 e 2650 n a vacant lot now

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Larry McKainLove old photos like this.

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