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Aerial photos of the Niagara Frontier by Edwin Ronne and Milton Washburn originally published in 1924, documenting important changes.
Once considered a unique landmark and architectural cornerstone of of a renewed downtown Niagara Falls, the glass atrium design by Cesar Pelli is facing demolition.
The Van Horn Mansion has deep roots in Niagara County history. The prominent brick building, dating back to 1823, is being restored to reflect the glory days of the Van Horn family.
In the War of 1812 the British successfully attacked Fort Niagara in the middle of winter. They retained the American garrison flag as a war trophy.
The master shipbuilder Moyse Hillaret, who was chosen to participate in the grand plan of exploration, became an enemy of La Salle.
From humble beginnings as Our Lady of Angels Seminary, Niagara University has grown into an influential institution in Western New York and beyond. We remember the last century and a half of saintly seminarians, military heroes and basketball legends.
A photographic tour of the finely furnished 183-year-old Bond House, Lockport's first brick home.