George Eastman and his industrialist colleagues launched a public health campaign in 1920, designed to rid Rochester children of a perceived “pain in the neck.”
The infamous Fox sisters are no strangers to our pages. But here we focus on the team of Buffalo doctors who came very close to cracking the case of their mysterious "rappings."
"Tony" Bannon, director of the museum, tells the story of George Eastman with choice photos from one of the world's greatest photo image collections.
While cobblestone masonry isn't unique to Western New York, about 75 percent of cobblestone buildings in the country are within 75 miles of Rochester. Not limited to one design-style, the cobblestones in Niagara and Orleans counties show impressive variety.
A new memoir gives an intimate look at Rochester’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house and sheds more light on its history.
The only woman Glenn Curtiss ever taught to fly achieved a host of aviation firsts, but her eventful life included plenty of adventures on the ground as well.