Nebraska Authors

Ronald W. Hunter

Born 1930-01-03

Died 2014-11-26
Omaha, NE (USA)

Omaha lawyer Ronald W. Hunter is credited as the force behind the preservation of Omaha's Art Deco Union Station building and as Founding President, Omaha Western Heritage Museum, starting the work that enabled its transformation into the Durham Museum. Writing history was his avocation and he is said to have written an as-yet unpublished manuscript about Omaha's 1964 property development bribery scandal. See Michael Kelly's Omaha World Herald column, "One man's passion revived Omaha's old Union Station, now the Durham Museum," November 13, 2014

Places Lived

Bellevue, NE
Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Nebraska and Omaha History; Historic Preservation

Occupation

Lawyer

Associations

Founding President, Omaha Western Heritage Museum

Bibliography

Western Heritage Museum : The First Ten Years. 1986.

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