Martin-Haller Residence (Lincoln, Neb.) [RG3163.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG3163.AM:  Martin-Haller Residence (Lincoln, Neb.)



Architectural drawings (on microfilm):  1922

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Neb.:  Private residence

Size:  10 items on 1 reel of microfilm



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



The Tudor-style residence at 1735 S. 25th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, was built in 1922 according to plans drawn by Lincoln architect Jesse B. Miller. Originally built for Homer V. Martin, a building contractor and partner in Martin and Day Construction Company, the house was purchased in 1968 by Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Haller.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection, the Martin-Haller Residence, is arranged in one series: 1) Construction Plans, 1922. The collection consists of the floor plans and elevations for the Martin-Haller residence in Lincoln, Nebraska, drawn in 1922 by Jesse B. Miller, a Lincoln architect. The house is located at 1735 S. 25th Street, and the address given on the plans is an error. These plans were loaned for microfilming in August of 1975.



DESCRIPTION



Series 1 – Construction plans, 1922



Reel 1

Item




    1. Front Elevation (east)

    1. South Elevation

    1. North Elevation

    1. Rear Elevation

    1. Basement Floor Plan

    1. First Floor Plan

    1. Second Floor Plan

    1. Roof and Attic Plan

    1. Front Entrance

      (Reverse) Price list for doors, sashes and other material

    1. Stair Detail

      (Reverse) Specifications for plumbing fixtures and other equipment



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Architects — Nebraska

Architecture — Design and plans

Lincoln (Neb.) — History

Miller, Jesse B., 1880-1968



 



APD/ct   08-26-1975

Encoded TMM   07-02-2010

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