How cool is this? A 1950s view of Ben Lomond from 2600 N. 400 E. in North Ogden. Courtesy of Denice Barker! ... See MoreSee Less

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Norma KleinIs that a green stamp sign?

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David EldridgeHome for the last 3 weeks. My son says to me, "dad, how about that view?" Pointing to Ben Lomond. I turned to the bedroom window of the house I grew up in and told him everyday I looked out to be sure the mountain was still there. And when I leave to come back to Texas, I look out the window of the plane or the car as long as I can. I love this mountain and my hometown!

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Marv PriceMust say I love this pic. Ben Lomond hasn't changed at all. Great place to grow up it just makes me wonder what 2040 will look like.

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Anthony P. AmmanThat was far enough back that Wayne Barker's Service Station was Sinclair. Later on, and until they closed in the '90s, it was Conoco fuels.

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Susan Deamer HolbrookThe mountain looks the same. People are very lucky to live in North Ogden.

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Susan Barker AdamsI love this! Thanks so much for sharing this!

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LeAnn Carreolathank you Denice! it was a great place to grow up!

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Christina PayA little before my time but still is how I remember it. Love this pic

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Joshua RubersonMy in laws moved into an old house on that block last year. They loved seeing what things used to look like.

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Darwin HuntVery Nostalgic. Wish I could go back.

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Bill OkelberryWashington Blvd doesn't even go up the hill yet!

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Virginia Blumel-WilsonWhat a neat photo.

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Ken Dummerthat is the way I remember it

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Jensine LarsenGlen Larsen is this from the parking lot of the gas station??

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Caleb CabellShelly show grandpa some of these

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Lisa Stead ShinnI love seeing the old photos.

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Charlotte Walton ConklinWow before my house was built.

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Kimberly Love KillpackLove!!!

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Richard GunnarsonI remember it well

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Hannah SimmonsAnn Simmons thought of you when I saw this!

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Patricio Enrique Cabezas FigueroaCool

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Shelby BlackShai-an Diarte the museum

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Daisha Johnson EcholsMichelle N Monty Voss cool to see.

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North Ogden School third grade with Veda Berrett in about 1947--can you help fill in the unknowns? ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumThanks, Larry. So we only need one more!

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Larry JensenStill trying? I think the kid on the left front row is Steve Ohlwiler, second row is Marie Dean, I think Larry Thorsted is right and so is Steve Larsen. I can't come up with the first row right side name.

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Sharon Hadley HallidayThe teacher's name is Veda Berrett like it says above the picture, and she was never married.

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Barbara Ron StoreyAlso I think the teacher is Vera Barret.

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Barbara Ron StoreyFirst row right side is William Lay.

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Barbara Ron StoreyI meant Veda Barret

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Larry McKain39 kids. Are there classes this size today?

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Cub Scout Den 4, taken in 1956, with Jean Ellis as the Den Mother. Front row; Drew Ellsworth, Craig Chambers, Scott Campbell, & Bruce Ellis; Second row: Gary Lowder, Richard Cook, Jean Ellis, & Dave Berrett; Dick Brown is in back. Thanks to everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

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Craig ChambersI think: Drew Ellsworth, Craig ChambersScott Campbell, Bruce Ellis, and 2nd row - Gary Lowder, ?, Mrs. Ellis and Dave Berrett I think. I remember the young man in the back, not sure his name. Help!!!

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Frank HubandDrew do you know who the two Unidentified boys are?

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Sharon Hadley HallidayI could be totally wrong, but I feel the den mother in the picture isJean Ellis, wife of Dale Ellis, who had a son Bruce Ellis. He is one of the boys in the picture. Beth Ellis married Darwin Shupe and had two children, Val and Jon. You could call Jon and Loretta Shupe if you have any more questions. They live in North Ogden in the First Ward.

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Larry McKainThat's interesting that the two in front are in their socks and standing on a rug. Must be a story there. 😊

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Donna KotterI remember some of those boys. I spotted Scott and Bruce before reading their names.

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Craig ChambersThe boy in the middle - Richard Cook - and the young man in the very back is Dick Brown.

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Jake ChambersCraig is thst you?

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

James Alma Bailey is pictured with two of his brothers and Jim Martin with a Ben Lomond Orchard Company truck. The orchard company employed many North Ogdenites and was located near 277 East Lomond View Drive.
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Another Weber High School photo with old buses in front. Classes were held in the unfinished school in 1926; the building was completed in 1927 at a cost of $300,000. Located near 11th Street & Washington Blvd. in Ogden, the school was demolished in the mid-1980s. ... See MoreSee Less

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Heidi Harris GrossMy grandfather and both my parents talked about how grand this school was. For me, we transferred off the Valley bus in the mornings onto another bus here at this school to finish our trip to the newer school in Pleasant View.

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Linda Stromberg LarsenMy grandmother graduated there, I think in 1927. Both my parents and the majority of my aunts and uncles went there. I'm the only one of my siblings to walk those halls, but the 4 of us graduated from Weber. My 2 oldest kids went to Weber too.

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Jenell Garner GeilmanI loved the picture! I loved going to school there, but I won't tell what year I graduated 😊

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Jennie Ashworth Taylor$300,000 to build such a massive, beautiful school?? Wow! Those were the days!!

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RaKel MarrieI had heard Weber High used to be in this area, but had no idea it was this huge! That looks massive.

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Mary Ellen HazenThank you for sharing. Many great memories of the old building and great friendships.

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Elaine ShomerRemember it well. Us Mound Fort junior highers totally flattered by attention of big deal high schoolers.

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Chauntel Rowley HipwellGreat picture! My grandparents both graduated from there in 1929 and my parents in 1959 and my grandpa and dad both taught there as well.

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Don QuintonI took math night school in this building to graduate in 85 I think they knocked the building down in 88 or 89

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Susan Deamer HolbrookNeat picture with the cars in front

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Larry McKainThat is a great photo! Thanks.

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Chauntel Rowley HipwellMatthew Bryner that's so neat that you have those things!

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