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Warehouses in Omaha Multiple Properties Submission

Warehouses in Omaha MPS
Location Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Built Various
Architect Various
Architectural style Romanesque Revival, Classical Revival
NRHP Reference # Various
Added to NRHP July, 1998[1]

Warehouses in Omaha Multiple Property Submission is a National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission in Omaha, Nebraska that was created in 1998. The submission included a group of several downtown Omaha warehouses that were constructed by businessmen benefiting from Omaha's central role in the U.S. ground-based transportation network of the late 19th- and early 20th centuries.[2]

Buildings

Warehouses in Omaha MPS
Name Address Year Ref #
Beebe and Runyan Furniture Showroom and Warehouse 105 South 9th Street 1913 98000895
Hospe Music Warehouse 109-111 South 10th Street 98000896
Kirschbraun and Sons Creamery, Inc. 901 Dodge Street 98000894
Eggerss-O'Flyng Building 801 South 15th Street 1918
Omaha Bolt, Nut and Screw Building 1316 Jones Street 1889
Simon Brothers Company 1024 Dodge Street 1919

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