Anyone up for a game of Fox and Geese? Clarence and Myrtle Barker's grandchildren are enjoying a game in the snow in the late 1960s in North Ogden. ... See MoreSee Less

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Larry McKainHappy Thanksgiving to you. Looking forward to and thankful for more great posts!

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North Ogden Historical MuseumWe found someone to move the cabin and restore it on their property.

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Chris CritchlowWin one for the good guys

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Cheryl StubbsAWESOME !!!! Makes me so happy.... <3 <3 <3

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

The home shown in the first undated photo was built by ARC Smith to stay in while sheep herding. The Berringer family lived in the home later. North Ogden's old water tank can be seen at the right; it was located east of 450 E. at approximately 3600 N. The "now" photo is taken from the same area on 450 E. 3250 N.
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Nicole LindleyQandAmber Aduddell check out this page!! So awesome! Bet Linda would love it!! Cathey Simpson, and Christa Jean Lindley, you'll probably dig it too!

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

On the land where the peaceful setting of North Ogden's dog park lies, there used to be a spooky old house that all of the kids thought was definitely haunted. They would run past this spot on their way home from school to avoid the scary ghosts! Happy Halloween!
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North Ogden Historical MuseumHere is the HO scale diorama I made for the museum of the Orth House. I added a spooky sky with lightning later...

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Diane JohnI have been in that home. my mother really liked Mrs. Orth and would make me go with her when she'd visit her. my brother took piano lessons from her. I remember it as dark and a little spooky Inside. Didn't the Bell's own the home?

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Virginia BurwellRemember it well!

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Larry McKainIt was haunted, if it's the one I remember. Do you have an approximate address? 😈😈😈😡

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Brent TittensorI remember it well, road my bike by it a lot in the 50s and 60s

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Joanie Talbot ParkerLove ThisπŸ‘»πŸ‘»!!! So interesting, I feel sad for Her😒 I Hope She Had A Puppy, Or Kitten🐢🐢🐾

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Jeremiah JonesMy Grandmother was just telling me about this! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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Stan Fuller850 e 2600 n

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Jill Fuller MuirbrookGrew up walking past that house daily

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Blake CeveringI remember that house!

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Susan Deamer HolbrookGood story

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