NRHP: Arthur C. Storz Residence

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Arthur C. Storz Residence (Gottlieb Storz Residence)

Arthur C. Storz Residence (Gottlieb Storz Residence)

NRHP Reference #: 74001113

NRHP Listing Date: 19740807


3708 Farnam, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

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The residence is an excellent example of the stately mansions built in Omaha's Gold Coast area around the turn of the century. Designed in the Jacobethan Revival style by Omaha architects Fisher and Lawrie, the house was constructed in 1905. The well-manicured grounds also include a three-story carriage house and bier stube (gazebo). Gottlieb Storz emigrated from Germany and founded the Storz Brewing Company, establishing the family fortune. His son Arthur C. Storz, Sr., continued to develop the firm and played a major role, locally and nationally, in promoting aviation.

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