Showing Collections: 1 - 10 of 13
This collection contains photographs, journals, scrapbooks, and architectural drawings of George Nichols. He was an architect for the U.S. Forest Service Building located in Ogden, Utah. He built ranger stations and park elements throughout Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. In this collection were also books from the International Correspondence Schools that were taken out of the collection and catalogued into Special Collections.
This collection contains oral histories of two of Leslie Hodgson daughters and numerous grandchildren. Leslie Hodgson was a prominent architect in Ogden and worked on projects such as Ogden High School and the Egyptian Theatre. Michael Mackay and Michael Mitchell as part of their history requirement collected the interviews.
This collection contains drawings created by James Chamberlain for buildings around Ogden. Most of the buildings were additions or alternations to existing structures. The firm did work for the Ogden City Board of Education remodeling schools throughout Ogden.
Copies of reports on historical and archaeological surveys of various structures in the Ogden,
Utah, area. Includes editions of newsletter, Block to Block, and photographs of architect, Leslie
S. Hodgson, and home owners Mr. and Mrs. John Shannon Houtz. Compiled by the Ogden City
Redevelopment Agency in conjunction with Sagebrush Archaeological Consultants. It also
includes additions from 1992.
This collection contains research into the Orton family home located at 685 East 2100 North, North Ogden, Utah. The research was conducted by Dennis Shupe in 1988. The information ranges from legal descriptions to photographs of the home.