Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Geography and Geology
It is a matter of common observation that the construction of office buildings in Omaha has not been uniform in either size or location. These a real variations are constantly changing. An understanding of these variations and their change; is very important to the study of Omaha’s office geography in particular and the country’s office industry in general. This unique phase of, the country’s urban geography is certainly worth a good deal more public attention and study than it has been accorded in the past.
Hornbeck, Harold Eugene, "The Office Industry: Pattern of Distribution in Omaha" (1976). Student Work. 1974.