Many of the homes along Buffalo's famous parkways and circles have rich histories and this home on Soldier's Place is no different.
Our look back over the past 20 years of Western New York Heritage magazine continues with a survey of some of the many architecture-related stories that have graced our pages.
The West Side "parkways" created as part of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux's city-wide system of parks, paid homage to the recent Civil War.
John E. Brent’s architectural contributions to Buffalo and the surrounding areas often went uncredited because of his race. Today historians are working on tracking down Brent’s projects and giving him the recognition he deserves.
Known as the Barnes and Hengerer Building, 268 Main Street as it looked in the 1940's.
In every community he worked, especially Buffalo’s Polonia, architect Wladyslaw H. Zawadzki designed quality buildings that held important events and shaped the neighborhoods in which they stood.
Opened 90 years ago, the E.B. Green-designed Buffalo Athletic Club Building characterized the transition of Niagara Square from a top residential address to an important civic center.
Thanks to the ground-breaking ideas of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the beautiful Buffalo park and parkway system was the first of its kind in the world.