Ogden (Utah)

Alida Alberts reminisces about her husband's paycheck from American Park and Swift during the Depression and financial hardship related to transportation and home buying. She also describes a doctor's house call when her baby was sick and administered to by her LDS father. The interview took place circa 1960s.

Darlene Armstrong Allen, a 1962 graduate of St. Benedict's School of Nursing, relates her experiences as a nursing student. She recalls attending special early morning masses with the Sisters. The interview took place on August 19, 2010.

Delpha Greaves Allen describes her recollections and experiences with the Dee School of Nursing, including the cadet nursing corps, the nightly curfew, recycling needles and the capping ceremony. The interview took place on July 22, 2008.

Gordon Allred discusses his career at Weber State from 1963 to 2011 as a professor of English. The interview took place on March 7, 2014.

Annette Dalpiaz Anderson shares her memories of attending St. Benedict's School of Nursing. She discusses hiking up Ogden Canyon with the Sisters for a picnic. The interview took place on October 26, 2010.

Edward Anderson discusses his early life before, during, and shortly after World War II. On December 21, 1943 Edward received his draft notice the day after his 18th birthday. Edward married his wife Floris on December 30, 1943 just before departing for military service. He continued to serve in the war until 1946, one year after the war ended. The interview took place on May 27, 2012.

Jerry Anderson discusses his knowledge of the Ogden Stockyards. He mentions raising Hereford cattle and running Anderson Livestock. The interview took place on April 9, 2015.

Joseph Anderson shares his recollections and experiences as a student at Weber Stake Academy, starting at the age of 14 in 1904 to graduation in 1905. The interview took place on February 23, 1979.

Judy Anderson discusses her experiences with rodeos growing up and her involvement and legacy with the Cowboy Museum. The interview took place on July 3, 2014.

Kurt Anderson discusses his knowledge and experience with the historic Ogden Stockyards and the memories he has of his father and the Stockyards. He discusses the Golden Spike Coliseum, his grandfather’s discovery of an opium den and tunnels under 25th Street, and the economic effects of the Stockyards. The interview took place on March 25, 2015.