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Photograph postcard to Elbert E. Waite in Bristol, England from “Clarence” of
Layton, Utah, dated July 23, 1912. Photograph shows man in a dark suit standing with seven
young women in white desses holding diplomas. Postcard is addressed “Dear Cousin” and chats
about his class of graduating students and about the improvement of health in Elbert’s folks.
Postcard sent to Mrs. Geo. Bowman (Estella) of Ogden, Utah, from “Bella,”
vacationing in San Francisco. Dated July 12, 1922. Postcard depicts the south side of Market
Street looking east.
Postcards from various states sent to George, Vera, and Betty Bowman of Ogden,
Utah, during period of 1937, 1942, 1946, and 1952. George Patton Bowman married Vera
Petersen December 31, 1920. George Bowman’s father was William Andrew Bowman and his
mother was Emma Theresa Dye.
Contains postcards of various buildings and areas in Ogden, Utah. Postcards are numbered according to building.
This collection contains postcards bearing photographs of L.D.S. Missionaries. Dates range from 1910 – 1939.
This collection contains photographic and postcard documentation of the building and use of Lucin Cut-off across Salt Lake from 1903 – 1944.
Postcards addressed to Miss Goldie Brown of Murray, Utah from Fred Schick.
Postcards are of the Western Pacific train crossing, Lucin Cut-Off, and a scenic sunset over the
Great Salt Lake. Postmarked November 17, 1908; October 10, 1910; July 19, 1911; and July 25,
Colored postcards depicting scenes from early days of Ogden, including street scenes and buildings. Donated by Annaliese Konkol, 1983.
Souvenir postcard book of Ogden, Utah area landmarks created by the Weber
County Library System, 2001. The postcards are replicas of early 20 th century photographs, sepia
tone. Images include City Hall, Carnegie Library, Weber Academy, Washington Ave., Sacred
Heart Academy, the Eccles Building, Ogden Canyon, the Hermitage resort, and Artesian Wells