NRHP: Arthur C. Ziemer House

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Arthur C. Ziemer House (Maple Lodge)

Arthur C. Ziemer House (Maple Lodge)

NRHP Reference #: 77000832

NRHP Listing Date: 19771123


2030 Euclid, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska

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The house, built in 1909-10 for Arthur C. Ziemer, is an excellent example of the Shingle style. The dwelling's romantic external appearance provides a striking contrast with the use of almost totally classical motifs for the interior. Mr. Ziemer was an early resident of Lincoln, working briefly as an interior designer and later becoming a practitioner of Christian Science.

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