Gail (Young) Koch was a resident of Omaha. In 1952, she was Queen of Ak-Sar-Ben. In 1954, she married Harry A. Koch, Jr., and they subsequently had three children.
Thomas, Doug. "King, Kin Are Steeped in State's History." Omaha World-Herald. October 19, 1997.
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Stone from the Foundation of the Koch House, circa 1985
Scope and Contents Irregularly-shaped, rounded reddish-gray rock with some concrete on one side. This stone was once part of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Koch, located at 301 South Elmwood Road in Omaha, Nebraska. Because of the rounded stones that made up the foundation, the residence was sometimes referred to as "Greyrocks" or "Red Rocks" (accounts by staff vary). Prior to serving as the Koch residence, the house had been the residence of Henry Doorly, publisher of the...
Dates: circa 1985