Reed’s Ice Cream was a popular business that opened in Omaha in 1930, and operated into the early 1960s. Their signature bungalows were strategically spread throughout the community, and heavily anchored in several North Omaha neighborhoods. So, what happened to Reed’s? Adam Fletcher Sasse explains.
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Enjoyed listening to this. My family actually lives in the house Claude Reed built in North Omaha (Wyman Heights), so it interesting hearing the history of the ice cream stands.
That’s cool Shelby–glad you found the podcast! You might like my article too, with more info and pics. Its at https://northomahahistory.com/2017/02/01/reeds-ice-cream-in-omaha/