For over 100 years a Liberty Pole stood tall above the Buffalo waterfront as a symbol of American freedom.
Before the turn of the 20th century, the now little-known architect Franklin W. Caulkins designed several downtown buildings, churches and exquisite homes. A few important buildings still remain.
Louis Le Couteulx stood out among the early settlers. The adventurous representative of a famed French family was the first Catholic to settle in Buffalo. He was also the first philanthropist.
The Pan-American Exposition's "Streets of Mexico," on the Midway, was one of the fair's largest exhibits and biggest draws.
John Knox MacArthur shot down six enemy planes and won the Distinguished Service Cross fighting in the skies above France. Remember the daring ace from Buffalo that met his demise in the Great War.
This house for all seasons, comfortably at home in nature, rates among the best modern residential architecture in the region.