NRHP: Anna C. Diller Opera House

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Anna C. Diller Opera House

Anna C. Diller Opera House

NRHP Reference #: 88000932

NRHP Listing Date: 19880706


NWC of Commercial & Hilton, Diller, Jefferson County, Nebraska

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The opera house was built in 1912-13 by Anna C. Diller, daughter-in-law of Samuel Diller, for whom the town was named. The three-story brick building was designed in the Second Renaissance Revival style. The second level opera house has a raked floor, balcony, and orchestra pit. The walls and ceiling display stencil work and free-hand painting by Danish immigrant artists Charles Hansen and James Willer.

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