I found this photo in the Bailey files at the North Ogden Historical Museum. Does anyone know who the people are or an approximate date? Note the shadow of the photographer! ... See MoreSee Less

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I found this photo in the Bailey files at the North Ogden Historical Museum.  Does anyone know who the people are or an approximate date?  Note the shadow of the photographer!

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Quite the attire they work in! But maybe only for the picture!

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
North Ogden Historical Museum

The Alvord farm, located on 2550 N. in North Ogden, was established by Thaddeus and Betsy (Cossett) Alvord in 1866. Betsy was Wilford Woodruff's niece. The comparative view was taken in 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Alvord farm, located on 2550 N. in North Ogden, was established by Thaddeus and Betsy (Cossett) Alvord in 1866.  Betsy was Wilford Woodruffs niece.  The comparative view was taken in 2017.

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Now that's cool. Any idea when the picture was taken? The farm was established in 1866.

Pamela Alvord

I love photos like this thanks for posting!!

Pamela Crane Alvord

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Blanche and Montice (pictured in 1900) were the children of Heber and Hattie Huband, who lost three children to diphtheria in Idaho. Montice and two of her sisters were buried there. They moved to California where Blanche and her father contracted malaria. They recovered and moved in 1911 to 504 E. 2650 N. in North Ogden. ... See MoreSee Less

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Blanche and Montice (pictured in 1900) were the children of Heber and Hattie Huband, who lost three children to diphtheria in Idaho.  Montice and two of her sisters were buried there.  They moved to California where Blanche and her father contracted malaria.  They recovered and moved in 1911 to 504 E. 2650 N. in North Ogden.

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Is a lovely photo with a tragic story.

Blanche married Claude Ellis .

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
North Ogden Historical Museum

The first North Ogden Cherry Days was held on July 14, 1932. A 1954 parade float features the Cherry Days royalty, Queen Julia Campbell (top), l-r Marilyn Brown, Renee Heiner, and Eleanor Randall. Check out the museum during Cherry Days on July 4! ... See MoreSee Less

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The first North Ogden Cherry Days was held on July 14, 1932.  A 1954 parade float features the Cherry Days royalty, Queen Julia Campbell (top), l-r Marilyn Brown, Renee Heiner, and Eleanor Randall.  Check out the museum during Cherry Days on July 4!

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I have fond memories of going to Cherry Days when lived in North Ogden 😊

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
North Ogden Historical Museum

North Ogden farmers Greenleaf Jr. and Eliza Blodgett were married in 1895. Their three children were Nancy Alice (1896), Greenleaf Ray (1899), and Carl Joseph (1903). Click on photos to read about prankster, Greenleaf Jr. ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden farmers Greenleaf Jr. and Eliza Blodgett were married in 1895.  Their three children were Nancy Alice (1896), Greenleaf Ray (1899), and Carl Joseph (1903). Click on photos to read about prankster, Greenleaf Jr.

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That's my grandparents... I have that picture.

Handsome family. He sounds like a character.

Yep, that's my ancestor!!! 😁

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