NRHP: Edgar-Zabriskie House

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Edgar-Zabriskie House

Edgar-Zabriskie House

NRHP Reference #: 78001697

NRHP Listing Date: 19781128


3524 Hawthorne Ave, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

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The house represents a flamboyant version of the Queen Anne style. The residence, constructed in 1889, is one of the best Eastlake-influenced houses in Omaha and one of the few remaining Queen Anne dwellings. Edgar Zabriskie led an adventurous life as a Civil War soldier, Union Pacific general agent, and accountant. Born in New York City in 1840, Zabriskie was of Polish descent.

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