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In 1907, the Royal Amusement Company developed plans for 40-acres of today’s Minne Lusa neighborhood. Royal paid $65,000 to an architect named J. B. Mason to design six buildings, including a pavilion, a 2-story dance hall, two dining halls, a boat house, club house and a roller rink. The amusement park never came to exist. But Minne Lusa became the biggest subdivision in Omaha at that time. Support the North Omaha History podcast. Please go to Patreon.com/Omaha and become a patron for as little as $1 a month. We'll give your a free gift :) Visit Adam's North Omaha History blog and like his Facebook page for all kinds of great stuff. Shop for and buy Adam's books on Amazon

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