Thirteen months of ecstatic highs and tragic lows in the life of Mark Twain and his bride at their wedding gift residence in Buffalo.
The real story behind the pioneering social reformer who put women and children first. The beginnings of social work in America as embodied in Buffalo's Fitch Créche.
The Buffalo author brings respectability to crime writing as husband Charles Rohlfs plies his art to the stage and design.
The house at 172 E. Eagle St., address of Flag Day founder Sara Hinson.
The life and love of Isabelle Reidpath Martin, her marriage to Darwin Martin and her encounters with Frank Lloyd Wright.
The story of the first books printed in the Seneca language, guided by the Reverend and Mrs. Asher Wright.
She was the talk of the town as society reporter for the Courier, Buffalo's first full-time female journalist, as well as a socialite, humanitarian, lecturer and Twain aficionado.
Ann Montgomery's Michigan Avenue landmark was the meeting place for generations of Buffalonians seeking grand entertainment, fine food and a convivial atmosphere.