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Photograph of West Ogden taken by the Adams Brothers in the late 19th Century. The Adams Brothers owned and operated a studio on Main (Washington) Street in Ogden. The photograph is west of Ogden including farm land and the city skyline in the background.
This collection contains a photograph of the United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads in Ogden Utah taken March 25, 1935.
Contains photocopies from the CD-R. Photocopies are numbered according to the order on the CD-R. There are also two photographs of the baseball teams.
Contains copy of newspaper article and photograph of George Perrins dated December 14, 1932 with writing: “This is Hard to Beet—George Perrins, Ogden, Utah has reason to smile, for his possession is the largest sugar beet grown in Utah this year—it weighs 15 pounds, 12 ounces—which is a lot of sweetness anywhere.”
Ogden Chamber of Commerce photos from the Ogden Livestock Shows circa 1945. Most photographs have a copy and original with documentation and a negative. The photographs is first with the negative behind each photograph.
This collection contains originals and copies of photographs collected by Dr. Richard Roberts. Most of the photographs were used in his book co-author with Dr. Richard Sadler titled “Weber County’s History.” The files may also include the caption and sidebar used in the book.
This collection contains oral histories collected by Barry Stratford on dairy farming in Weber County. It includes the written transcripts, release form and cassette tape. The collection was donated in 2007 by Barry Stratford.