Buffalo Waterfront along Fuhrmann Boulevard, ca. 1909.
The Ohio Street Lift Bridge in 1963, raised to permit The Harvester lake freighter to pass.
Michigan Avenue Lift Bridge (pre-1939) over the Buffalo River.
Lower Terrace in the foreground, mouth of the harbor upper left (lighthouse visible), 1930's.
The first solo exhibition of this artist’s work highlights the business and beauty of the region’s waterways.
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By: Marvin Rapp
A collection of Erie Canal folklore and songs available in print and dvd format.
Celebrating the Light, Color, and Architecture of the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo 1901.
By: Dr. Kerry S. Grant
The people of Buffalo declared the Scajaquada
Creek a public nuisance and voted in favor of having a large portion of it that
which flows through the east side residential district converted into an
Once the largest wholesale market in the city of Buffalo, the Elk Street Market was a central trading place for early residents.
When the Hart House became the Newell Shirt Factory ... the old saying about "wearing your heart on your [shirt] sleeve" might just have applied.