Edwin G. Weinheimer was the last and the longest tenured Delaware Park superintendent. He retired in 1963 after serving thirty years in the same post. He and his wife, Della Bowes, raised their four children in the stone Arts and Crafts residence at 1263 Elmwood, located between the Art Gallery and Penhurst Park.
The historic electric signs were produced in Buffalo from 1911-1942.
He was a part of the second great African American migration to the north who built a creative and spiritual life; along the way he documented the life of his community.
Very early on a January morning, the force of nature met early steel span technology, resulting in a tremendous wreck; a record number of people rushed to view the scene, and many of them brought cameras.
An innovative presentation of views of the Exposition that come alive with depth perception. You are there!
Photos from the Western New York Heritage collection.
Stunning collection of the work of the first female photojournalist-- Libby Kahle.