Our regional cemeteries represent a unique combination of art gallery, history museum, architectural collection and park—all rolled into one.
Alexander von Humboldt never visited Buffalo, yet the city pulled out all the stops to commemorate the centennial of this influential scientist’s birth.
See the Old Photo Album in the Summer 2010 issue for rare and colorful images of the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens in the last century, with historical details by editor Douglas DeCroix.
Asa Ransom was one of Western New York's most intriguing—yet mysterious—early pioneers. We take a look back at his life and accomplishments.
Lockport-born Othniel Marsh was one of the late 19th century's top paleontologists, but his feud with Edward Cope divided the scientific community and forever tarnished both men’s reputations.
Though not as well-known as a Burchfield or a Sisti, this quintet of mid-20th century artists found inspiration in Chautauqua County's pastoral landscapes, charting careers that are worthy of greater recognition.
The Allegany School of Natural History was an interesting partnership between the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences and Allegany State Park. Here we share some images from these early 1920s camps.