Redick Hall

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Title

Redick Hall

Subject

NU-OU Merger

Description

Redick Hall was the original home of the University of Omaha. The building, then located at 24th and Pratt Streets, was named for Omaha attorney Oak C. Redick, a member of the University of Omaha Board of Trustees who offered his homestead mansion for the university's use. Redick Hall housed classrooms, laboratories, a chapel, and social spaces for students and faculty. After the 1916 completion of Joslyn Hall, Redick Hall was sold, dismantled, and shipped to Currie, Minnesota, where it served as a dance pavilion and cafe until it burned down.

Creator

University of Nebraska at Omaha

Source

UNO Photograph Collection

Publisher

Archives & Special Collections, University of Nebraska at Omaha Libraries

Date

1908

Relation

UNO Photograph Collection finding aid available at https://archives.nebraska.edu/repositories/4/resources/211

Format

JPEG

Language

English

Type

photographs
still image

Identifier

Redick_Hall_01

Citation

University of Nebraska at Omaha, “Redick Hall,” University of Nebraska Consortium of Libraries Archives Online Exhibits, accessed December 16, 2019, https://uncl.omeka.net/items/show/408.

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