The city of North Ogden, Utah, that we know today has seen many changes through the years. Although the majestic Ben Lomond Peak still towers over the city, homes continue to spread further into the foothills.
The land that greeted early inhabitants was mostly sagebrush-covered desert, which was steadfastly transformed into rich farmlands and orchards. Today these farmlands and orchards are being developed into housing and commercial areas, creating a flourishing city.
Approximately 20,000 citizens take pride in residing and raising their families in this community; among those are many descendants of early settlers. Humble homes, businesses, schools, landmarks, and people have been preserved in this album of photographs, along with more recent comparative images, bringing the past into the present.
The North Ogden Historical Museum members are dedicated to preserving the history, stories, and artifacts of the city, honoring the legacy of our hardy pioneers. All proceeds from this book benefit the North Ogden Historical Museum, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
||235 x 165 mm
||15 December 2017
||92 black-and-white and 92 colour photographs
Holly Fuller is a life-long resident of North Ogden, Utah, a small community nestled in the foothills of the majestic Ben Lomond Peak. Her love of local history led her to become involved with the North Ogden Historical Museum in 2005. As a member and vice president of the Board of Directors, Holly has worked with other members to establish a local history museum for North Ogden. North Ogden Through Time is a combination of photography and old images, two of her passions.