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Presidential visits and wartime parades. Devastation from the 1913 Easter tornado. Buildings now long gone.

Daily life in early Omaha. Photographer Louis Bostwick captured it all. Pieces of his remarkable collection of photographs are featured in a special section inside this Memorial Day paper. Find more images and a video about the man and his photos at Omaha.com/bostwick. This is a military parade down Farnam Street on Oct. 3, 1918, near the end of World War I, past buildings west of 17th that are but memories.

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