Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church

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North Presbyterian Church
Omaha North Presbyterian Church from SW 4.JPG
Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church is located in Nebraska
Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church
Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church is located in the United States
Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church
LocationOmaha, Nebraska
Coordinates41°17′13.7″N 95°56′47.98″W / 41.287139°N 95.9466611°W / 41.287139; -95.9466611Coordinates: 41°17′13.7″N 95°56′47.98″W / 41.287139°N 95.9466611°W / 41.287139; -95.9466611
Built1910[2]
ArchitectHenninger, F.A.[2]
Architectural styleClassical Revival
NRHP reference #86000443[1]
Significant dates
Added to NRHPMarch 20, 1986
Designated OMALJanuary 22, 1985[2]

Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church, located at 3105 North 24th Street, was formed in 1954 as an integrated congregation in North Omaha, Nebraska. Originally called the North Presbyterian Church, the City of Omaha has reported, "Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church is architecturally significant to Omaha as a fine example of the Neo-Classical Revival Style of architecture." It was designated a City of Omaha landmark in 1985; it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as North Presbyterian Church in 1986.[2]

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Inspired by several buildings of the 1898 Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition held nearby in Kountze Place, the North Presbyterian Church was built in 1910. F. A. Henninger, an influential Omaha architect, designed the building to serve what was then an affluent suburb of Omaha.[3]

Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church was founded by Rev. Charles E. Tyler, also responsible for founding Hillside Presbyterian church in Omaha.

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2007-01-23). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ a b c d "Landmarks Heritage Preservation Commission – Landmarks". Omaha Landmarks Heritage Preservation Commission. Retrieved 2013-03-04.
  3. ^ (2007) More Nebraska National Historic Register Sites. Nebraska Historical Society website. Retrieved 5/20/07.