The Larkin Company was once one of the largest employers in Buffalo. Now, only a few buildings remain of the complex.
The Illustrated Buffalo Express newspaper ran an extensive photographic article on the Buffalo Pottery company in February, 1910.
The controversial Hubbard is best known for the Roycroft Campus in East Aurora, but he is also responsible for developing the “Larkin Idea.” Here we take a look at the influence of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle on both of these achievements.
Anita Mitchell chronicles this pre-Wright purchase of the noted Larkin employee.
The Larkin Company is still well known for their mail-order soap business, but they also operated various stores and markets during the early 1900s. Dr. Howard Stanger details the company’s ventures and why they failed.
Leonard Rambler Steel was always thinking big, and his approach to business made him – and his employees – very successful. But when the L.R. Steel Co. grew too big, too fast, the fallout was felt nationwide.
The life and love of Isabelle Reidpath Martin, her marriage to Darwin Martin and her encounters with Frank Lloyd Wright.