Omaha, NE, Heritage Architecture Photos

Omaha, as the major city of Nebraska, gained wealth from transportation, financial & agricultural activities which accounts for many of its heritage buildings.

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Redick Plaza Hotel Tower. NE.Detail of upper floors of Redick Plaza Hotel. Omaha, NE.Redick Plaza Hotel entrance. Omaha, NE.Art Deco lamp of Redick Plaza Hotel. Omaha, NE.
Redick Plaza Hotel Tower (1930) (12 floors) (1504 Harney St.). NE. Architect: Joseph G. McArthur.Detail of upper floors of Redick Plaza Hotel. Omaha, NE.Redick Plaza Hotel entrance. Omaha, NE.Art Deco lamp of Redick Plaza Hotel. Omaha, NE.
Redick Plaza Hotel, Paxton Hotel & Central Park Plaza along 15th St. Omaha, NE.Buffalos carved on facade of Paxton Hotel. Omaha, NE.Paxton Grand Hotel. Omaha, NE.First National Bank Building. Omaha, NE.
Redick Plaza Hotel, Paxton Hotel & Central Park Plaza along 15th St. Omaha, NE.Buffalos carved on facade of Paxton Hotel. Omaha, NE.Paxton Grand Hotel (now a condominium) (1882) (1299 Farnam St.). Omaha, NE.First National Bank Building (1917) (14 floors) (1600 Farnam St.). Omaha, NE. Architect: Graham, Burnham, & Company. On National Register.
First National Bank. Omaha, NE.First National Bank. Omaha, NE.Regis Building, First National Bank & One First National Center along 16th Street. Omaha, NE.Regis Building. Omaha, NE.
First National Bank. Omaha, NE.First National Bank. Omaha, NE.Regis Building, First National Bank & One First National Center along 16th Street. Omaha, NE.Regis Building (1918) (10 floors) (312 South 16th St.). Omaha, NE.
Orpheum Theater facade patterns. Omaha, NE.Orpheum Theater. Omaha, NE.Hill Hotel now Kensington Tower. Omaha, NE.Kensington Tower facade details. Omaha, NE.
Orpheum Theater facade patterns. Omaha, NE.Orpheum Theater (1892/1927) (409 South 16th St.). Omaha, NE. Style: Second Renaissance Revival. Architect: C.W. Rapp & Geo. L. Rapp. On National Register.Hill Hotel now Kensington Tower (1919) (13 floors) (505 South 16th St.). Omaha, NE. Style: Adamesque Georgian. Architect: John & Alan McDonald. On National Register.Kensington Tower facade details. Omaha, NE.
Aquila Court Building. Omaha, NE.Flatiron Building. Omaha, NE.Flatiron Building. Omaha, NE.Douglas County Court House. Omaha, NE.
Aquila Court Building (now Sheraton Omaha Hotel) (1924) (1615 Howard St.). Omaha, NE. Architect: Holabird & Roche.Flatiron Building (1911) (1722 Saint Mary's Ave.). Omaha, NE. Architect: George Prinz. On National Register.Flatiron Building. Omaha, NE.Douglas County Court House (1910) (1700 Farnam St.). Omaha, NE. Architect: John Latenser.
Neoclassical details of Douglas County Court House. Omaha, NE.Eagle carvings on Douglas County Court House. Omaha, NE.Douglas County Court House & Woodmen building. Omaha, NE.Utilities Building entrance arch. Omaha, NE.
Neoclassical details of Douglas County Court House. Omaha, NE.Eagle carvings on Douglas County Court House. Omaha, NE.Douglas County Court House & Woodmen building. Omaha, NE.Utilities Building entrance arch. Omaha, NE.
Utilities Building. Omaha, NE.Keeline Building. Omaha, NE.Brickwork facade of Keeline Building. Omaha, NE.Omaha National Bank Building. Omaha, NE.
Utilities Building (1723 Harney St.). Omaha, NE.Keeline Building (319 South 17th St.). Omaha, NE.Brickwork facade of Keeline Building. Omaha, NE.Omaha National Bank Building. Omaha, NE.
Omaha National Bank Building. Omaha, NE.Omaha National Bank Building portal. Omaha, NE.The Rose Blumkin Performing Arts Center. Omaha, NE.Riviera Movie Theater, now The Rose Theater. Omaha, NE.
Omaha National Bank Building (1888) (11 floors) (1650 Farnam St.). Omaha, NE. Style: Renaissance Revival. Architect: McKim, Mead & White. On National Register.Omaha National Bank Building portal. Omaha, NE.The Rose Blumkin Performing Arts Center (former Riviera Movie Theater) (1927) (2001 Farnam St.). Omaha, NE. Style: Moorish & Classical. Architect: John Eberson. On National Register.Riviera Movie Theater, now The Rose Theater. Omaha, NE.
Tower of Rose Theater. Omaha, NE.Moorish-style brickwork of Rose Theater. Omaha, NE.Union State Bank [aka Service Life] Building. Omaha, NE.Union State Bank Building. Omaha, NE.
Tower of Rose Theater. Omaha, NE.Moorish-style brickwork of Rose Theater. Omaha, NE.Union State Bank [aka Service Life] Building (1927) (7 floors) (222 South 19th St.). Omaha, NE. Style: Art Deco. Architect: John Latenser & Sons.Union State Bank Building. Omaha, NE.
Farm Credit Building. Omaha, NE.Upper story details of Farm Credit Building. Omaha, NE.AT&T Building. Omaha, NE.Bell telephone symbols on AT&T Building. Omaha, NE.
Farm Credit Building (1923) (12 floors) (206 South 19th St.). Omaha, NE.Upper story details of Farm Credit Building. Omaha, NE.AT&T Building (1919) (16 floors) (118 South 19th St.). Omaha, NE.Bell telephone symbols on AT&T Building. Omaha, NE.
Brandeis Building. Omaha, NE.One First National Center over Brandeis Building. Omaha, NE.Union Pacific Headquarters. Omaha, NE.Facade details of Union Pacific Headquarters. Omaha, NE.
Brandeis Building (1905) (10 floors) (210 South 16th St.). Omaha, NE. Style: Second Renaissance Revival. Architect: John Latenser, Sr.. On National Register.One First National Center over Brandeis Building. Omaha, NE.Union Pacific Headquarters (1924) (12 floors) (1416 Dodge St.). Omaha, NE.Facade details of Union Pacific Headquarters. Omaha, NE.
Omaha World Herald building. Omaha, NE.Heritage statue by Herb Mignery. Omaha, NE.Christian Specht Building. Omaha, NE.A.K. Riley Building now Pinnacle Bank. Omaha, NE.
Omaha World Herald building (14th St. at Dodge). Omaha, NE. Style: Moderne.Heritage statue (1984) by Herb Mignery. Omaha, NE.Christian Specht Building (1884) (1110 Douglas On-The-Mall). Omaha, NE. Style: Italian Renaissance Revival. Architect: Dufrene & Mendelssohn. On National Register.A.K. Riley Building (1888) now Pinnacle Bank (1016 Douglas On-The-Mall). Omaha, NE.
Richardsonian Romanesque arch from former United States National Bank Building now in Central Park Mall. Omaha, NE.Heritage buildings on 11th St. beside Old Market. Omaha, NE.Omaha skyline of Old Market & new highrises from Union Station. Omaha, NE.Old Market scene. Omaha, NE.
Richardsonian Romanesque arch from former United States National Bank Building (1887) now in Central Park Mall. Omaha, NE.Heritage buildings on 11th St. beside Old Market. Omaha, NE.Omaha skyline of Old Market & new highrises from Union Station. Omaha, NE.Old Market scene. Omaha, NE.
Heritage warehouse building in Old Market. Omaha, NE.Old Market scene at 11th & Howard Streets. Omaha, NE.Old West buildings of Old Market. Omaha, NE.Fountain in Old Market. Omaha, NE.
Heritage warehouse building in Old Market. Omaha, NE.Old Market scene at 11th & Howard Streets. Omaha, NE.Old West buildings of Old Market. Omaha, NE.Fountain in Old Market. Omaha, NE.
Old Market Pub. Omaha, NE.Winged lion on Old Market building. Omaha, NE.Windsor Lion Fountain. Omaha, NE.Carved rabbit in shop window of Old Market. Omaha, NE.
Old Market Pub. Omaha, NE.Winged lion on Old Market building. Omaha, NE.Windsor Lion Fountain (1894). Omaha, NE.Carved rabbit in shop window of Old Market. Omaha, NE.
Former Omaha Union Station now Durham Western Heritage Museum. Omaha, NE.Art Deco figures flank railroad statement by Abraham Lincoln on former Omaha Union Station. Omaha, NE.Omaha Wagon Trail Monument by Blair Buswell & Ed Fraughton. Omaha, NE.Sculpted covered wagon at Wagon Trail Monument. Omaha, NE.
Former Omaha Union Station (1931) now Durham Western Heritage Museum (801 South 10th St.). Omaha, NE. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Gilbert Stanley Underwood.Art Deco figures flank railroad statement by Abraham Lincoln on former Omaha Union Station. Omaha, NE.Omaha Wagon Trail Monument (2005) by Blair Buswell & Ed Fraughton. Omaha, NE.Sculpted covered wagon at Wagon Trail Monument. Omaha, NE.
Sculpted woman with child walks beside covered wagon of Wagon Trail Monument. Omaha, NE.St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.Baroque facade of St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.Interior of St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.
Sculpted woman with child walks beside covered wagon of Wagon Trail Monument. Omaha, NE.St. Cecilia's Cathedral (1959) (701 North 40th St.). Omaha, NE. Architect: Thomas Rogers Kimball.Baroque facade of St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.Interior of St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.
Ceiling detail of St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.Carved pulpit with apostles in St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.General George A. Crook house who commanded U.S. Army's Platte Department covering Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah, + parts of Montana & Idaho. Omaha, NE.Garden of Crook house visited by dignitaries like General U.S. Grant & President Rutherford B. Hayes. Omaha, NE.
Ceiling detail of St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.Carved pulpit with apostles in St. Cecilia's Cathedral. Omaha, NE.General George A. Crook house (1878) who commanded U.S. Army's Platte Department covering Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah, + parts of Montana & Idaho. Omaha, NE. Style: Italianate. On National Register.Garden of Crook house visited by dignitaries like General U.S. Grant & President Rutherford B. Hayes. Omaha, NE.

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