Images of squatter settlements along Buffalo's Outer Harbor, 1930s
Completed in 1917, the D. L. & W. terminal was closed in 1962 as the result of declining rail passenger traffic.
The building that formerly housed the Adam Meldrum & Anderson store is architectural unique to Buffalo.
In the late 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright was asked to design an automobile filling station by former client and friend, William R. Heath. The chosen site was on Michigan and Cherry in Buffalo. What happened?
They were as unique to the Buffalo waterfront as gondolas were to Venice. Something of our own – slipped away, lost in history.
Painter Dr. V. Roger Lalli, retired from his teaching career, has completed 43 photo-realist views of Buffalo, now reproduced in a new book.
The career of Elbridge Gerry Spaulding, father of the greenback dollar, and the history of the Exchange he built. In 1845 Spaulding's Exchange was the commercial center of Buffalo. What happened to it?
The 1960s decision to locate SUNY Buffalo north of the city proper still haunts us today. Here are the reflections of Robert Coles, architect and activist for UB on the waterfront, on those controversial times.