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Historic Homes of North Ogden, Utah

Our newest book is 8½ x 11″ with 104 pages.


Featuring over 50 historic homes with color and black and white photos, “Then and Now” photos for most homes. Descriptions include homes’ histories and information about the people who lived there.

$25.00

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Parley Shupe (1880-1956) is pictured around 1920 on his North Ogden land with his horse-drawn mower. He and his wife Luella (Chadwick) purchased the land at 246 E. Elberta Drive from Isiah Campbell in 1913. The couple were the parents of 14 children. See MoreSee Less

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Parley Shupe (1880-1956) is pictured around 1920 on his North Ogden land with his horse-drawn mower.  He and his wife Luella (Chadwick) purchased the land at 246 E. Elberta Drive from Isiah Campbell in 1913.  The couple were the parents of 14 children.

Comment on Facebook Parley Shupe …

He and his wife's life sketch is a fascinating read, just like being there 100 years ago.

Near your old stomping ground Holly Woodruff Fuller? 🙂

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In the foothills above North Ogden fire burned 25 acres of the Garner and One-Horse canyon area in August, 1961. Another fire burned in the foothills of Ben Lomond during the summer of 1980. Both fires were reportedly started by fireworks. See MoreSee Less

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In the foothills above North Ogden fire burned 25 acres of the Garner and One-Horse canyon area in August, 1961.  Another fire burned in the foothills of Ben Lomond during the summer of 1980.  Both fires were reportedly started by fireworks.Image attachment

Does anyone know where this photo was taken or for what occasion? It appears to be a parade and the sign on the float says "Western States Junior College Foot Ball Champions 1924" and "Weber Fights" on the truck door. The information we have says the photo was taken in 1926. See MoreSee Less

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Does anyone know where this photo was taken or for what occasion?  It appears to be a parade and the sign on the float says Western States Junior College Foot Ball Champions 1924 and Weber Fights on the truck door.  The information we have says the photo was taken in 1926.

Comment on Facebook Does anyone know …

Information from Lindsay Deamer: Originally Weber was a Normal College and in 1924 became a Junior College, that year becoming the Western States Junior College champions, the banner on the truck actually looks like this, with the words spelled out Foot Ball not Fort Hall. This is from the 1926 Weber Acorn. If someone could enhance the photo we might be able to read what is written on the front of the building to determine location. The win definitely gave them bragging rights for their 1924 win! Image may contain: text that says 'WESTERN STATES JUNIOR COLLEGE FOOT BALL CHAMPIONS 1924 COACH STEVENSON CAPT. HALLIDAY COUCH BLACKBURN BRAMWELL VEST CORTEZ MC COARD DOXEY PARKER MS GREGOR ZINN MORRIS TANNER WHITE JACOBS FARLEY BARKER MGR.STEWART'

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Lindsay is the best!!!!

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGYSNeyvY0Q Check out this Weber County Heritage Foundation video. These "History in a Minute" videos are great! Pleasant View’s Hickenlooper Cabin: See MoreSee Less

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Comment on Facebook Weber County …

This is Awesome Thank you

Thank you

Very cool!!

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