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NEBRASKA - Douglas County - Historic Districts
Country Club Historic District (added 2004 - - #04001410)
Roughly 50th to 56th Sts., Corby to Seward Sts. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architectural Style:
Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals
Area of Significance:
Architecture, Community Planning And Development
Period of Significance:
1925-1949
Owner:
Private
Historic Function:
Domestic,Religion
Historic Sub-function:
Church Related Residence, Multiple Dwelling, Religious Structure, Single Dwelling
Current Function:
Domestic, Religion
Current Sub-function:
Church Related Residence, Multiple Dwelling, Religious Structure, Single Dwelling
Drake Court Apartments and the Dartmore Apartments Historic District (added 1980 - - #80002447)
Also known as Drake Court Apartments and the Drake Court Annex
Jones St. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer:
Drake Realty Construction Co., Drake,William B.
Architectural Style:
Prairie School, Other, Colonial Revival
Area of Significance:
Architecture
Period of Significance:
1900-1924
Owner:
Private
Historic Function:
Domestic
Historic Sub-function:
Multiple Dwelling
Current Function:
Domestic
Current Sub-function:
Multiple Dwelling
Dundee--Happy Hollow Historic District (added 2005 - - #05000726)
Roughly Hamilton on N. JE George and Happy Hollow on W. Leavemworth on S, 48th on E , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Architecture/Engineering, Event
Architect, builder, or engineer:
Kimball, Thomas Rogers, McDonald, John and Alan
Architectural Style:
Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, Late 19th And Early 20th Century American Movements
Area of Significance:
Architecture, Community Planning And Development
Period of Significance:
1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899, 1850-1874
Owner:
Private,Local
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade,Domestic,Education,Government,Religion
Historic Sub-function:
Business, Fire Station, Multiple Dwelling, Religious Structure, School, Single Dwelling, Specialty Store
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Education, Religion
Current Sub-function:
Business, Church School, Multiple Dwelling, Religious Structure, School, Single Dwelling, Specialty Store
Father Flanagan's Boys' Home (added 1985 - - #85002439)
Also known as Boys Town;See Also:Father Flanagan's House
W. Dodge Rd. , Boys Town
Historic Significance:
Event
Area of Significance:
Education, Social History
Period of Significance:
1900-1924
Owner:
Private
Historic Function:
Domestic,Education,Religion
Historic Sub-function:
Institutional Housing, School
Current Function:
Domestic, Education, Religion
Current Sub-function:
Institutional Housing, School
Fort Omaha Historic District (added 1974 - - #74001112)
Also known as Sherman Barracks;See Also:Crook, Gen. George, House
30th St. between Fort St. and Laurel Ave. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event, Information Potential
Area of Significance:
Military, Historic - Non-Aboriginal
Cultural Affiliation:
Military,American
Period of Significance:
1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Federal
Historic Function:
Defense,Domestic
Historic Sub-function:
Arms Storage, Institutional Housing, Military Facility
Current Function:
Defense, Domestic
Current Sub-function:
Arms Storage, Institutional Housing, Military Facility, Naval Facility
Gold Coast Historic District (added 1997 - - #97000237)
Also known as Blackstone Neighborhood;West Central Cathedral Neighborhood;
Roughly bounded by 36th, 40th, Jones, and Cuming Sts. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer:
multiple
Architectural Style:
Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, Queen Anne
Area of Significance:
Community Planning And Development, Architecture
Period of Significance:
1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Private
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade,Domestic,Education,Religion
Historic Sub-function:
Business, Church School, Religious Structure, School, Single Dwelling, Specialty Store
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Religion
Current Sub-function:
Business, Church School, Religious Structure, Restaurant, Single Dwelling, Specialty Store
Howard Street Apartment District (added 1996 - - #96001382)
Roughly bounded by Harney St., 22nd St., Landon Crt., and 24th St. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer:
multiple
Architectural Style:
Prairie School, Shingle Style
Area of Significance:
Architecture
Period of Significance:
1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Private
Historic Function:
Domestic
Historic Sub-function:
Multiple Dwelling, Single Dwelling
Current Function:
Domestic
Current Sub-function:
Multiple Dwelling, Single Dwelling
Jobbers' Canyon Historic District (added 2002 - - #86003408)
Also known as See Also:Nash Block
Roughly bounded by Farnum, Eighth, Jackson, and Tenth Sts. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer:
Et al., Latenser,John
Architectural Style:
Other, Romanesque, Renaissance
Area of Significance:
Architecture, Commerce
Period of Significance:
1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Private,Local
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade,Industry/Processing/Extraction
Historic Sub-function:
Business, Manufacturing Facility
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade, Industry/Processing/Extraction
Current Sub-function:
Business, Manufacturing Facility
Nicholas Street Historic District (added 2009 - - #09000070)
Bounded by N. 11th St., Izard, N. 14th St. and a line parallel to and roughly 450' N. of Nicholas St. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event
Area of Significance:
Community Planning And Development, Industry
Period of Significance:
1950-1974, 1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Private,Local
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade,Government,Industry/Processing/Extraction
Historic Sub-function:
Manufacturing Facility, Public Works, Specialty Store, Warehouse
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade, Government, Vacant/Not In Use
Current Sub-function:
Business, Professional, Public Works, Warehouse
Old Market Historic District (added 1979 - - #79001441)
Bounded by 13th, Farnam, 10th and Jackson , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer:
Multiple
Architectural Style:
No Style Listed
Area of Significance:
Commerce, Architecture
Period of Significance:
1900-1924, 1875-1899, 1850-1874
Owner:
Private,Local
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade,Industry/Processing/Extraction
Historic Sub-function:
Business, Warehouse
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade
Omaha Quartermaster Depot Historic District (added 1979 - - #79003685)
Also known as US Army Reserve Center Facility;The Old Corral
Roughly bounded by Hickory and 22nd Sts., Woolworth Ave., and Union Pacific RR , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer:
Unknown
Architectural Style:
Other, Italianate
Area of Significance:
Architecture, Transportation, Military
Period of Significance:
1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Federal
Historic Function:
Defense
Historic Sub-function:
Military Facility
Current Function:
Defense
Current Sub-function:
Military Facility
Omaha Rail and Commerce Historic District (added 1996 - - #96000769)
Also known as See Also:Union Station;Burlington Station;Bemis Bag Co. Bldg
Roughly bounded by Jackson, 15th, 8th Sts., and UP Main Line , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event
Area of Significance:
Industry, Transportation, Commerce
Period of Significance:
1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Private,Local
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade,Industry/Processing/Extraction,Transportation
Historic Sub-function:
Manufacturing Facility, Rail-Related, Road-Related, Warehouse
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade, Work In Progress
Current Sub-function:
Warehouse
Park Avenue Apartment District (added 2008 - - #08000602)
Also known as Unitah Apartments,Canterbury Apartments,DO0207:-045
2935 Leavenworth St, 804 Park Ave, 803 S 30th St, 2934 Leavenworth St, 720 Park Ave, 721 S 30th St , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event
Area of Significance:
Community Planning And Development, Transportation
Period of Significance:
1900-1924
Owner:
Private
Historic Function:
Domestic
Historic Sub-function:
Multiple Dwelling
Current Function:
Domestic
Current Sub-function:
Multiple Dwelling
South Omaha Main Street Historic District (added 1989 - - #88002828)
Also known as See Also:Packer's National Bank Building
Roughly S. 24th St. between M and O Sts. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer:
Allen,James T., Latenser,John, & Sons
Architectural Style:
Romanesque, Late 19th And Early 20th Century American Movements, Classical Revival
Area of Significance:
Politics/Government, Commerce, Architecture
Period of Significance:
1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Private,Federal,Local
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade,Government
Historic Sub-function:
Business, City Hall, Correctional Facility, Financial Institution, Post Office, Professional, Specialty Store
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade, Government
Current Sub-function:
Business, Financial Institution, Government Office, Post Office, Professional, Specialty Store
Vinton Street Commercial Historic District (added 2006 - - #06000608)
Vinton St., bet. Elm St. and S 17th St. , Omaha
Historic Significance:
Event
Area of Significance:
Commerce
Period of Significance:
1950-1974, 1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner:
Private
Historic Function:
Commerce/Trade
Historic Sub-function:
Business, Organizational, Professional, Restaurant, Specialty Store
Current Function:
Commerce/Trade
Current Sub-function:
Business, Organizational, Professional, Restaurant, Specialty Store
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