The Silsbee homes that survive in Buffalo are a distinguished group of Queen Anne and Shingle Style buildings that continue to be enjoyed by both inhabitants and passers-by; they are the largest known concentration of his domestic work.
The man who knocked McKinley's assassin to the ground at the Temple of Music was feted in the press and honored by fellow citizens, until the case came to trial. Daryl Rasuli tells what happened next, and why it is important.
A drama created not from the imagination but from concrete excavation, paintings and drawings of the time, legal documents and site observation. What it was like to stand on the Buffalo waterfront before the railroads, when the only highway was on the water.
A man who continued to do what fascinated him in childhood, and eventually created a business with it. describes how he came under the spell of the model railroad.
Very early on a January morning, the force of nature met early steel span technology, resulting in a tremendous wreck; a record number of people rushed to view the scene, and many of them brought cameras.
The bridge collapse was a turning point in this young radio broadcaster's career, when space-age communication systems were not available.
The 1960s decision to locate SUNY Buffalo north of the city proper still haunts us today. Here are the reflections of Robert Coles, architect and activist for UB on the waterfront, on those controversial times.