The Kountze Place neighborhood was built for middle- and upper-class Omahans seeking a streetcar suburb suitable for building large homes, raising fine families and enjoying the fruit of their labors. Indicative of the Victorian era, the home was designed in the Eastlake or Stick style, which featured a lot of woodwork and embellishments to really […]
“It is almost impossible to get a Negro into a hospital even in the charity wards in Omaha… In the few cases where a Negro is admitted, the Negro physician must turn over the case to a staff [white] physician. The patient loses the advantage of being attended by the man who has followed […]
This is a history of Saratoga School at N. 25th and Meredith Ave in North Omaha.
This is a history of the building at 5901 N. 30th, on the northeast corner of 30th and Laurel.
Going back to 1886, the southwest corner of 24th and Lake has been vital to North Omaha! Its first Black-owned business didn’t happen until 1968 though. Find out more in this history of Duffy Drugs!
This is a history of North Omaha’s Corby Theater, an unprotected gem that could be demolished anytime.
The Covenant Presbyterian Church was located in North Omaha for almost 100 years. Learn more here…