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Harry Chandler's candy store was located at about 610 E. 2650 N. in North Ogden from 1920 to 1935. It was conveniently located across from the school, tempting children with a large candy display counter. (click on photos for more information)
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Larry McKainGreat photo! Love the overalls on the girls.😊

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Horticulturist Edwin McGriff, his wife Olive, and their child, Della lived in an elegant home near 900 E. 2800 N. in North Ogden. The interior of the home was also elegant. McGriff Park is named after the family and is located where the orchard is shown in the last photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumHannah Railey, thank you for the photos!

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Gretta McCallHannah Vicki Teresa love seeing Della's picture that Tree has.

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Cindy JonesLovely! Sure wish the house were still around. :(

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Larry McKainBeautiful Home.

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Korky GriesThis is fantastic! Thank you!

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Elizabeth SchimpfThis is awesome Erin!

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Annie Jessie Hall served on the front lines of World War I in France with the U.S. Nurses Corps. She was born in North Ogden in 1885, and was buried with full military honors at Aultorest Cemetery in 1965. ... See MoreSee Less

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David HaaralaDid she have relatives that went to Weber High?

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RIP Bill Bailey, a great man from North Ogden: www.standard.net/Obituaries/2016/05/18/William-Bill-Bailey.html Four friends pose for a staged photo while on a vacation in 1936. Jack Deamer, Bill Bailey, Verle Barker, & Lowell Shupe traveled from N.O. to see the Hollywood stars with only $17 among them. They used most of the money for car repairs, and then had to drive to a relative's home in California and borrow money to get back home. ... See MoreSee Less

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David Hunna BrownMy father in-law second from right. A Great man.

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Jody DeamerGood old uncle Jack, he was the greatest

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Chris BinghamHe was my great uncle super cool man, RIP BB, you will be missed!!

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Dianne ButlerVerl Barker was married to my great aunt Ruby he was such a nice man

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Joanie Talbot ParkerAwww, Great Picture!! Love it

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Zanaya Caldwell MarriottThis is the Best

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Boy Scouts from North Ogden Troop 28 participate in the reforestation of N.O. Canyon in 1942. Row 1: Owen Gibson, Gerald Gibson, and Bill Tidwell; Row 2: Junior Neuenschwander; Row 3: Karl Allred, Richard Layton, Junior Bates, Alton Mathie, and Lavere "Bud" Campbell. ... See MoreSee Less

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