A philatelist’s investigation into souvenir stamps and postcards sold for Buffalo’s Pan American Exposition provides an interesting look at pre-multimedia marketing.
Traces the history of the house where President McKinley stayed during his visit to Buffalo in 1901. Also where he was brought following his assassination
John V. Wolf, born of German immigrants, established his store at the corner of Strauss and Genesee Streets, across from the Williams Funeral Home.
The man who attempted to subdue President McKinley's assassin enjoyed both fame and obscurity as a result of his efforts at Buffalo's Pan American Exposition.
What began as an apartment building in 1896 became the Lenox Hotel in 1901 during the Pan-American Exposition.
Photographic review of the extant buildings that offered lodgings during the Pan-American Exposition.
Controversy over the Pan-Am artwork created by Evelyn Rumsey Cary. The official logo and emblem was viewed by some as too risque and a spoof to poke fun at the criticism resulted in an alternate version of the poster.
U.S. postage stamps issued in conjunction with the Pan-American Expo. and rumored forgeries and fakes.