On Saturday, June 22, 1929, the New York Central Railroad's new Buffalo terminal in East Buffalo opened with great fanfare.
See the Old Photo Album in the Summer 2010 issue for rare and colorful images of the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens in the last century, with historical details by editor Douglas DeCroix.
View images of the intersection of Broadway & Fillmore from the 1900s till now.
William G. Fargo, co-founder of Wells Fargo & American Express built his mansion on Buffalo's west side.
St. Paul's Catholic Church at the corner of Delaware & Victoria in Kenmore, NY
In 1870, Patrick Kane opened a bar on this wedge-shaped plot and, in 1874, built the structure above to be a bar and boardinghouse.
McLeod's Hotel and Restaurant, a well-known railroad hotel, corner of Exchange Street and Wells, downtown Buffalo.
In 1843, Irish immigrant William A. Carland came to Buffalo from Boston to establish a factory for the manufacture of ready-made men's clothing.