The man who knocked McKinley's assassin to the ground at the Temple of Music was feted in the press and honored by fellow citizens, until the case came to trial. Daryl Rasuli tells what happened next, and why it is important.
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.
Mark Twain and the production of the Pan-American issue of The Niagara Book.
A new look at Czolgosz's motivation in light of Bellamy's influential novel.
John Conlin looks back at the predictions made for the area at the 1901 Pan-Am Exposition in Buffalo.
Controversy over the Pan-Am artwork created by Evelyn Rumsey Cary. The official logo and emblem was viewed by some as too risque and a spoof to poke fun at the criticism resulted in an alternate version of the poster.