1167 William Street, directly across from the New York Central Stock Yards was the home of the East Buffalo Live Stock Exchange Company in 1901.
The buffalo, which was a composite of clay and papier mache, was painted to look like bronze.
The passenger concourse of the New York Central Terminal a few days before it opened on June 22, 1929.
The Iroquois Door Company began in 1904 in Buffalo and closed in 1989.
The Larkin Company was once one of the largest employers in Buffalo. Now, only a few buildings remain of the complex.