North Ogden
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North Ogden's Red Brick School was constructed in 1890, at a cost of $3500. Teachers as well as students were expected to follow strict rules during this era. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Sue Gibes DamsenWe couldn't talk in the lunch room AT ALL at North Ogden Elementary in the early 60's. I have no idea why. I've never heard oh that rule anywhere else. There was a lunch lady with red hair that would walk around looking for " talkers," and when she found one, they got a red ticket and had to go to the Principal, Mr. Fitcaw ( I'm sure it wasn't spelled that way, but it sounded like that.)😊2   ·  1 day ago

North Ogden Historical MuseumMore teacher rules from 1915!22 hours ago

North Ogden Historical MuseumThe school was built near 626 E. 2600 N. (near the LDS church) in 1890. The photo was taken between then and 1908, when it was demolished. The school had a bell tower, a library, an office, and 3 classrooms, and the increasing population soon outgrew the building.1 day ago

Phillip D. SwansonKind of puts some of the UEA complaints into perspective.1   ·  20 hours ago

Sue Gibes DamsenWhere was it?1   ·  1 day ago

Melanie Alyssa WebbDo you know what year this picture was taken?1   ·  1 day ago

Penny Wheelwright JeppersonDoes this building still stand?1   ·  1 day ago

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The Barker Cold Springs Trout Farm near 2284 N. Fruitland Drive is shown in 1960 in the first photo. Barker's Trout Farm has grown more beautiful over the years. This is the same view (note the mountains) with larger trees and improved ponds. Fish are still caught using bamboo poles. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Sherry Ellis FerrinHolly, we have been going there since I was little. It is our family tradition in July. My great grandmother was a Barker..this is my daughter in Law with Devery's children.1   ·  5 days ago

Tammy Shriber MontgomeryWe loved it there!2   ·  5 days ago

Michelle LitsterI remember my grandparents taking my brother and myself back in the 70s lots of fun!2   ·  5 days ago

Sue Gibes DamsenBeautiful! I was living there in 1960. I was 6, but I was there! 😊2   ·  5 days ago

Craig LundbergGreat place to take the little ones. Guaranteed to catch one. My mom and dad took us when we were little and we took our kids all the way from Clearfield when they were little.2   ·  5 days ago

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Here are two new shots of Ben Lomond from the Ogden Golf & Country Club to compare with the 1940s photo. (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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The buildings in the 1940s photo are the old St. Benedict's hospital at the top of 30th street. The second photo was taken today from the Bonneville Shoreline trail above WSU. The old hospital can be seen behind the condos in the photo left of center. The angle and distance are about the same. The last is an early photo of St. Ben's hospital. (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Vicki JenningsI think I was born in that room on the left!2   ·  5 days ago

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