Swoboda Bakery, seen across William Street
|Location||1422 William Street, Omaha, Nebraska|
|Architect||Joseph Dworak & Co.|
|Architectural style||Late Victorian, Other|
|NRHP Reference #||96000768 |
|Added to NRHP||July 19, 1996|
Constructed in 1888 by Joseph Dworak & Company, the Swoboda Bakery was central to Omaha's Czech immigrant community. The two-story building was originally designed as a mixed-use commercial and residential property. After a City-funded rehabilitation was completed in 1996, the building was converted to rental residential space only.
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- (1996) "National Register of Historic Places Listings - July 26, 1996." National Park Service. Retrieved 7/30/07.
- Chudacoff, H. (1973) "A New Look At Ethnic Neighborhoods: Residential Dispersion and the Concept of Visibility in a Medium-Sized City," Journal of American History. 60(1). June. p. 79.
- (2001) Additional tax incentive projects, Nebraska State Historical Society. Retrieved 7/31/07.
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