In this election year, we look back at the political career of Buffalo attorney, Edwin F. Jaeckle, including his long-time association with Thomas E. Dewey.
Three-quarters of a century ago, the United States was drawn into the Second World War following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Archival documents chronicle the impact of these turbulent years on Western New York.
A jack of many trades, the story of William A. Hart provides an interesting look into 19th century America and the beginnings of what would become the middle class.
Though abandoned and in decay, this historic Cattaraugus County site still conjures up visions of hope for a reimagined future.
Dr. Irving White Potter was a leading proponent of child delivery through a method called "version and extraction." Though widely criticized by the medical community, Potter championed his method as being beneficial for both mother and child.
We remember the opening of this iconic regional art museum.
A reader-submitted photo sheds light on an historic corner and its roots in the early history of Buffalo.