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Item 1 contains photographs and photo postcards with in a photo album. All photos c. 1910. Item 2 contains photocopies from photographs on CD-R. Photocopies are in the same order as on the CD.
Color tinted German edition of Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newsletter, circa 1890. Depicts Ogden
train depot, parade and Indian pow-wow. (Oversized.)
Contains photographs of downtown Ogden. Folder 1 contains 4x6 photographs, folder 2 contains 8x10 photographs and photo sheets.
Contains photographs from the Days of ’47 Parade in Ogden circa 1935. Also contains a photocopy of The Standard featuring one of the photographs.
News photograph dated 8-23-38. Writing on photograph: “Alley Oop and Foozy ride again. And Dinny the Dinosaur is the steed for the Mormons when they celebrate in carnival style at Ogden, Utah. The NEA comic characters come to life each summer as processions and parades are staged in Utah, when Mormondom marks harvest time. Here are shades of the past—the dinosaur age, even oo-la on Washington Boulevard, Ogden, as the Mormons turn back pages of history and carnival spirit reigns.”
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.