Grand Island, Nebraska

Oscar Roeser House


category : NATIONAL REGISTER
Oscar Roeser House National Register of Historic Places


The Oscar Roeser House was built in 1908 by Henry H. Falldorf following the plans of architect Thomas Rogers Kimball. It is a unique example of German-American architecture executed in the Neo-Classical Revival style. Roeser was a prominent Grand Island businessman and civic leader.



Address: 721 West Koenig Street

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