Streeter–Peterson House

Streeter-Peterson House
Location 1121 9th Street,
Aurora, Nebraska
Coordinates 40°52′5″N 98°0′24″W / 40.86806°N 98.00667°W / 40.86806; -98.00667Coordinates: 40°52′5″N 98°0′24″W / 40.86806°N 98.00667°W / 40.86806; -98.00667
Area less than one acre
Built 1900
Built by Johnson & Henthorn
Architectural style Queen Anne
NRHP reference # 91001754[1]
Added to NRHP November 29, 1991 (1991)

The Streeter–Peterson House, located at 1121 9th St. in Aurora, Nebraska, was built in 1900 by local builders Johnson & Henthorn. It is designed in "classical" Queen Anne style. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991; the listing included two contributing buildings.[1][2]

The home was built for the family William H. Streeter, a founding personage in the banking field of the area, and was later owned by A. Einer Peterson, a successful merchant to the fields of education and medicie.[2]

It was deemed significant as "a significant local example of early twentieth century Neoclassical Queen Anne domestic architecture in Aurora, Nebraska". It was evaluated to be "the most impressive and architecturally sophisticated" of comparables in Aurora.[2]


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