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SMPS Nebraska
P.O. Box 390093
Omaha, NE 68139-0093

402.926.7008 

info@smpsnebraska.org

 

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Meeting/Event Information

150@150

December 12, 2018
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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3125 S 72nd Street
Omaha, NE 68124
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150@150: Nebraska’s Landmark Buildings

In Nebraska’s Landmark Buildings, Jeff Barnes will present some of the many buildings that have survived the decades that help tell the story of the state. He’ll discuss some of their famous occupants and some of their famous architects, along with the communities and people who used them. His talk also highlights Thomas Rogers Kimball, the state’s greatest architect and the newest inductee of the Nebraska Hall of Fame.

A native of Omaha, Jeff Barnes is the author of 150 at 150: Nebraska’s Landmark Buildings at the State’s Sesquicentennial, a celebration of 150 Nebraska buildings which have survived to the state’s 150th anniversary of statehood.
 
Barnes is a fifth-generation Nebraskan and former newspaper reporter and editor and public relations writer. He has published five additional books of Great Plains history, and is a trustee with the Nebraska State Historical Society, a past chairman of the Nebraska Hall of Fame Commission, and a frequently requested speaker with Humanities Nebraska.

Tickets

$25.00 Members

$49.00 Non-Members