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?
Frank Lloyd Wright's former apprentice returns to Buffalo to share his experience with the architect.
Memories of growing up on Buffalo's East Side in the 1940s-50s.
Built in 1904 by architect George F. Newton, The Hellenic Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, formerly the North Presbyterian Church, embodies the enduring values of the Gothic Revival in American architecture.
Log buildings, the quintessential symbol of the American spirit, have a rich history in WNY. A few of these venerable edifices still remain, including the Gipple Cabin in the town of Lancaster, the oldest surviving building in Erie County.
Professor Quinan corrects the record regarding Wright's first Buffalo contact, based on examination of the Wright-Martin papers at UB.
Painter Dr. V. Roger Lalli, retired from his teaching career, has completed 43 photo-realist views of Buffalo, now reproduced in a new book.