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This collection contains photocopies and scanned prints of materials held in a private collection by Robert Chugg. The collection includes Ogden brochures, photographs, postcards and stereoviews of the surrounding areas.
Photographs of Ogden Canyon, Ogden Valley, the Hermitage Resort and Southern Utah, circa 1915-1920. Most photographs depict landscape scenes but a few show recreational activities such as sightseeing, fly fishing and swimming. Some photographs come from the Ogden photographic studios of Paul W. Stecher and George W. Goshen. Originally arranged in a scrapbook.
Photographs of Ogden Canyon, Utah area by Shiplers Commercial Photographers, Salt Lake City, Utah, c.a. 1900. Three photographs 7 x 9. Black and white, sepia tone.
Pages take from The Art Journal, ca. 1876. Contains illustrations and text on
western American landmarks, particularly of Utah. Illustrations are black and white engravings
and cover the Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Echo Canyon, Weber Canyon, Ogden City, and
Ogden Canyon. Oversize manuscript drawer.
This collection contains photographs taken around 1893 by Paul W. Stecher, a commercial photographer and jeweler of early Ogden. The photographs are of Ogden and the construction of the pipeline in Ogden Canyon, as well as Ogden Canyon.
The contents of this collection consist of one manuscript titled A Place to Remember: The Hermitage Resort and photographs which depict the history of the Hermitage Resort, Ogden Canyon, Utah from its beginnings to 1939. Compiled and written by Eugene M. Higashiyama, 1978. Numbers on photographs do not correspond with numbers and pages in manuscript and photographs are on loan to the donor and are not part of the collection.
The collection consists of nine stereopticon slides in faded condition but of vaule because of historical content for the Ogden area.
This collection contains photographs mounted on boards sold by Wallace and Schramm of scenic Ogden. The items were purchased from Ken Sanders Rare Books in 2010.