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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.
The Moench School Book Collection contains 3 Ogden High School notebooks of Delecta B.
Moench purchased by Loreda Bosley at a local yard sale in 1954. Moench was the daughter of
Louis F. Moench, one of the founders and first principal of Weber Stake Academy.
Contains photographs of downtown Ogden. Folder 1 contains 4x6 photographs, folder 2 contains 8x10 photographs and photo sheets.
This collection contains copies of photographs depicting historical Ogden. The photographs were donated by Loni Prout in 1983. The series of photos are divided into the subject areas of 1- Historical Buildings, 2- Ogden Businesses, 3- Demolitions, 4- Historical Homes, 5- People, 6- Schools, 7- Ogden Streets, 8- Miscellaneous
Arranged into four series: Series 1, Seminars, 1986-1990; Series 2, Grants and programs, 1984-1991; Series 3, Reports and finances, 1986-1990; Series 4, Other office papers, 1985-1991.
Writing on photograph: Back, F.J. Kiesel O.M. Academy Ogden, Utah. Frank J. Metcalf, photographer. Front, Camp Howard, Utah.
This collection contains the budgets, certificates, correspondence, forms, minutes, proposals, publications, reports, requisitions, and resources of Project Stimulating Neighborhood Action Process (SNAP) overseen by Dr. Nielson of the College of Education.
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 photographs from 2 albums that were donated by Richard Roberts in 2004. The first was dismantled and the photographs arranged by subject. They include photographs of the 1919 Armistice parade in Ogden and the 1918 arrival of a British and French plane to promote the sell of war bonds. The second album remains intact and contains photographs from Ogden Canyon and buildings and scenery from Ogden.