We mark the centennial of the first large-scale electrical transmission using alternating current with a look back at the man who made it possible.
The color plan for the Pan American Exposition purposely set out to distinguish the Buffalo fair from Chicago’s “White City.”
The Board of Women Directors at the Pan Am used their power and social standing to overtly claim public space for women and challenge traditional Victorian gender norms.
For nearly 130 years, this society has flourished as an independent organization dedicated to the promotion of local art and artists.
We mark the two-year closing of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery's Elmwood Avenue facility with a retrospective on the institution's beginnings and physical evolution.
What began as an apartment building in 1896 became the Lenox Hotel in 1901 during the Pan-American Exposition.
A philatelist’s investigation into souvenir stamps and postcards sold for Buffalo’s Pan American Exposition provides an interesting look at pre-multimedia marketing.
The man who attempted to subdue President McKinley's assassin enjoyed both fame and obscurity as a result of his efforts at Buffalo's Pan American Exposition.