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1937 (Photo courtesy of the Bostwick-Frohardt/KM3TV Photography Collection at The Durham Museum Photo Archive).No one, to that point, had predicted the well heeled would eventually look to western farmland for an escape from city life. Apparently also known as the president of the Love-Haskell Insurance Company, Love along with his wife Harriet, were, as they say, quite comfortable and well connected.This site stores nothing other than an automatically generated session ID in the cookie; no other information is captured.In general, only the information that you provide, or the choices you make while visiting a web site, can be stored in a cookie.and Euphemia (Righter) Wood; grandson of William Wilson and Jane Ferguson (Mc Nair) Righter; great grandson of John and Eupehmia (Wilson) Righter; great grandson of William Wilson, First Lieutenant and Quartermaster Philadelphia County Militia.
1920 (Photo courtesy of the Bostwick-Frohardt/KM3TV Photography Collection at The Durham Museum Photo Archive). At this time, the majority of Omahans lived east of 72 by Margaret Patricia Killian, I learned that the early wealthy business owners in Omaha built their homes in the wooded areas with views of the Missouri River and Bluffs of Iowa.
It wasn’t long until I learned the tract of 8120 Pacific was originally owned by, none other than, “William Righter Wood and wife.” In fact they owned all of “Block 10” and from what I could gather, many, many other blocks as well.
These blocks were part of very large grouping on the north side of Pacific Street.
Were the glorious early homes of Loveland sprinkled along a dairy farm?
The Omaha City Directories were not offering up much explanation for this rural development.