The home of pioneer Buffalo photographer was located at Chippewa and Franklin.
At the edge of Niagara Square, bounded by Court and Franklin Streets, early Buffalo resident General David Burt built this mansion. In 1851 his family sold the property to the City of Buffalo for use as a school.
The block bounded by Ellicott, Broadway, Clinton, and Oak Streets has a long history of important civic buildings.
The following are excerpts from a Courier-Express article from July 16, 1939 by Robert B. Boltwood.
The Benlin Distribution Services Complex, Mississippi in the 1940's functioned for decades as a warehouse/distribution center for several businesses.
Known as the Barnes and Hengerer Building, 268 Main Street as it looked in the 1940's.