The grand mansion built by the tycoon from Buffalo, one of the city's wealthiest leading men, a founder of Wells Fargo and American Express, and the family who once lived there.
The bridge collapse was a turning point in this young radio broadcaster's career, when space-age communication systems were not available.
Very early on a January morning, the force of nature met early steel span technology, resulting in a tremendous wreck; a record number of people rushed to view the scene, and many of them brought cameras.
The Silsbee homes that survive in Buffalo are a distinguished group of Queen Anne and Shingle Style buildings that continue to be enjoyed by both inhabitants and passers-by; they are the largest known concentration of his domestic work.
The Lake and Rail Elevator was built in four steps over the years 1927 to 1930, reaching a total capacity of 4,400,000 bushels.
The first widely-known image of Buffalo's waterfront was an intriguing building.
An innovative presentation of views of the Exposition that come alive with depth perception. You are there!
A glimpse of some of Buffalo's once-cherished homes and storefronts, now marked for demolition.