South Omaha Library

2808 Q Street
Omaha, NE 68107

402-444-4850

About the Building:

The South Omaha Library was established in 1904 at 24th and M St., and was a Carnegie Library. A new building was built in 1954 and remodeled in 1985. The current location opened in June 2008.

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