The Buffalo Launch Club is widely considered the first power boat club in the world. Here we survey many of the highpoints of its long and fascinating history.
This year marks the centennial of this important engineering project and aid to navigation. Our photo essay chronicles its construction in the early 20th century.
The following are excerpts from a Courier-Express article from July 16, 1939 by Robert B. Boltwood.
A never-before-published watercolor depicts the Brayley & Pitts Company, the Erie Canal and the New York Central Railroad, among other fascinating details.
Painting for Preservation draws attention to threatened historic structures through art and photography.
Filled with rage, Americans vowed to never forget the USS Maine, which exploded near Cuba in 1898. Now we remember the key role a local steel company played in raising the wreckage and honoring her crewmembers.
The Queen City has seen her fair share of church closings in the last few years. Many times that is the death knell for these architecturally and culturally significant buildings, but for some it is a chance at a new beginning.