NRHP: Steiner Row House

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Steiner Row House #2

Steiner Row House #2

NRHP Reference #: 91000837

NRHP Listing Date: 19910703


1906-10 Jones, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

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This three-unit brick rowhouse was designed by architect Joseph Guth for Dr. N. F. Steiner in 1911. Joseph Kettnacker was the builder. The structure exemplifies the rowhouse, both formally and functionally, and exhibits elements associated with the early twentieth-century Renaissance Revival style. The rowhouse was a popular form of multi-family housing in Omaha in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

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