Heritage Buildings around the Nebraska State Capitol Photos

The Nebraska State Capitol occupies several blocks of land on the edge of downtown Lincoln. The area surrounding this park-like setting is blessed with low-rise mansions, churches & a few public buildings.

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Governor's mansion opposite Nebraska State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.Garden detail of Governor's mansion. Lincoln, NE.Rabbit on lawn of Nebraska Governor's mansion. Lincoln, NE.First Baptist Church & St. Mary's Catholic Church opposite State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.
Governor's mansion opposite Nebraska State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.Garden detail of Governor's mansion. Lincoln, NE.Rabbit on lawn of Nebraska Governor's mansion. Lincoln, NE.First Baptist Church & St. Mary's Catholic Church opposite State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.
First Baptist Church. Lincoln, NE.St. Mary's Catholic Church. Lincoln, NE.Family sculpture on state building opposite State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.Portal of Masonic Temple. Lincoln, NE.
First Baptist Church (1340 K St.). Lincoln, NE.St. Mary's Catholic Church (1420 K St.). Lincoln, NE.Family sculpture on state building opposite State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.Portal of Masonic Temple. Lincoln, NE.
Stonework decoration on Masonic Temple. Lincoln, NE.William Henry Ferguson house run by Nebraska State Historical Society. Lincoln, NE.Thomas P. Kennard house , now Nebraska Statehood Memorial. Lincoln, NE.Detail of Kennard house, built by an official who backed his recommendation that Lincoln become the Nebraska capitol by building his house in the then village. Lincoln, NE.
Stonework decoration on Masonic Temple. Lincoln, NE.William Henry Ferguson house (1909-11) (700 South 16th St.) run by Nebraska State Historical Society. Lincoln, NE. Style: Second Renaissance Revival. Architect: Searles, Hirsh & Gavin. On National Register.Thomas P. Kennard house (1869) (1627 H St.), now Nebraska Statehood Memorial. Lincoln, NE. Style: Italianate. Architect: John K. Winchell. On National Register.Detail of Kennard house, built by an official who backed his recommendation that Lincoln become the Nebraska capitol by building his house in the then village. Lincoln, NE.
Atwood House. Lincoln, NE.Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Gabel detail of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Turned woodwork of porch of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.
Atwood House (740 South 17th St.). Lincoln, NE. Style: Neoclassical.Eastlake Manor House (720 South 16th St.). Lincoln, NE. Style: Eastlake.Gabel detail of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Turned woodwork of porch of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.
Woodwork details of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Woodwork details of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Tower porch of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Side porch of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.
Woodwork details of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Woodwork details of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Tower porch of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.Side porch of Eastlake Manor House. Lincoln, NE.
Prairie style building in heritage area east of State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.Harris House. Lincoln, NE.

Prairie style building in heritage area east of State Capitol. Lincoln, NE.Harris House (1901-3) (1630 K St.). Lincoln, NE. On National Register.


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