Building for the Ages: Omaha's Architectural Landmarks

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  • Hardcover
  • 198 pages
  • Building for the Ages: Omaha's Architectural Landmarks
  • Jeffrey Spencer
  • 24 February 2018
  • 097454101X

About the Author: Jeffrey Spencer

University of Nebraska at Kearney journalism graduate Kristine Gerber has combined her love of project management, people, history and photography into a career While at the Omaha World Herald, Gerber produced seven books highlighting the areas rich history through photographs, postcards and stories from the people who lived it Books included the three volume Omaha, Times Remembered series and Greetings from Omaha In February 2003, Gerber formed Omaha Books, a subsidiary of Eventive Marketing LLC, to help Midwest organizations with their publishing needs To date she has helped produce 10 books including Building for the Ages, Omahas Architectural Landmarks, Toast to Omaha, A Cookbook by the Junior League of Omaha and Council Bluffs 365 Days, 150 years Her new book is Omaha Council Bluffs Yesterday Today featuring 114 historic mid century photographs matched with the same image taken in 2008.


Building for the Ages: Omaha's Architectural LandmarksBuilding From The Ages Takes You On A Historic And Visual Tour Of 155 Of Omaha S Significant Residential, Commercial And Governmental Structures Built From The 1850s Through The 1940s This Exceptional Resource Book Provides Each Buildings History, Its Architect And Style And The Role It Played In Omaha S Development Also Included Is A Useful Glossary Of Architectural Terms And The Biographies Of Omaha S Prominent ArchitectsAs Omaha Celebrates Its 150th Birthday This Is A Must Have For Your Omaha History Library.

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10 thoughts on “Building for the Ages: Omaha's Architectural Landmarks

  1. Jeff says:

    Great pictures and stories about local history as told by stone, wood, iron steel Great pictures and stories about local history as told by stone, wood, iron steel