Charles Grifassi is on a mission to beat bureaucracy and commemorate Buffalo's best.
The Point, known now as Prospect Point, is where the history of photography played out against the backdrop of Niagara Falls in competition for tourist dollars.
It's hard to imagine the immense hotels bustling with halcyon summer activities. Lakewood, near Jamestown, was like a self-contained fairyland utopia, the essence of a resort community.
Once considered a unique landmark and architectural cornerstone of of a renewed downtown Niagara Falls, the glass atrium design by Cesar Pelli is facing demolition.
The Van Horn Mansion has deep roots in Niagara County history. The prominent brick building, dating back to 1823, is being restored to reflect the glory days of the Van Horn family.
How Hundreds of Thousands of Summer Excursionists Have Taken Their Lives in Their Hands in an Endeavor to Get a Modest Day's Outing.
The Pan-American Exposition's "Streets of Mexico," on the Midway, was one of the fair's largest exhibits and biggest draws.
The idea of a bridge joining Canada and the United States between Buffalo and Fort Erie was discussed as early as 1853.