912 Farnam St
Omaha, NE 68102, USA

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Nash Building, 901-911 Douglas St & 902-912 Farnam St Omaha, Douglas County, NE

The 1905-1907 Nash Buildings are an important example of early modern commercial architecture, featuring functional design and structural and fire protection innovations. The buildings, designed by well-known Nebraska architect Thomas Roger Kimball, are also important for their historical association with M.E. Smith and Company, the region`s largest dry goods firm and one of the city`s important industries.

Nash Building, 901-911 Douglas St & 902-912 Farnam St Omaha, Douglas County, NE

The 1905-1907 Nash Buildings are an important example of early modern commercial architecture, featuring functional design and structural and fire protection innovations. The buildings, designed by well-known Nebraska architect Thomas Roger Kimball, are also important for their historical association with M.E. Smith and Company, the region`s largest dry goods firm and one of the city`s important industries.

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