After moving onto Prospect Avenue, Dana Saylor-Furman became fascinated by the history of her home and neighborhood. Her research reveals the subtle transformation of one of Buffalo’s oldest residential areas.
The Fenton History Center provides a series of images from the early-1900s showing winter life in Jamestown and Chautauqua County.
Catch up on the progress of the Buffalo Walk of Fame and take another look at 2010 inductee, tap dancer Michael Dominico.
Springtime brings streets repairs, but rarely has Buffalo seen an upheaval of pavement on this scale. Our photos of the sewer replacement during the New Deal document the activity, while providing views of streetscapes now lost.
Buffalo has long been known for unique residential designs commissioned by the city's elite. But middle-class Buffalonians were not deprived of well-designed homes. Plan book houses were affordable and attractive, with numerous examples in Western New York.
We take a glimpse into the historic village's past with these photos from 100 years ago.
Damaged 1924 Cadillac roadster. Photo taken on May 20, 1924 at corner of Bryant Street and Main Street, Buffalo.