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Steve Cichon

From the earliest days of the internet, Steve Cichon has been writing, digitizing, and sharing the stories and images of all the things that make Buffalo special and unique. When you browse the blog here at Buffalo Stories LLC, you’re bound to not only relive a memory– but also find some context for our pop culture past– and see exciting ways how it might fit into our region’s boundless future.

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Buffalo’s Pop Culture Heritage
The essence of Buffalo Stories is defining and
celebrating the people, places, and things that make Buffalo… Buffalo. That’s Buffalo’s pop culture heritage-– and that’s what you’ll find here.

Buffalo’s Radio & TV 
Irv. Danny. Van. Carol. The men and women who’ve watched and listened to have become family enough that we only need their first names. Buffalo has a deep and rich broadcasting history.  Here are some of the names, faces, sounds and stories which have been filling Buffalo’s airwaves since 1922.

 Buffalo’s Neighborhoods
North and South Buffalo. The East and West Sides.  But how many neighborhoods can you name that don’t fit any of those descriptions? From the biggest geographical sections, to the dozens of micro-neighborhoods and hundreds of great intersections.

Parkside
There is a category for Buffalo Neighborhoods, but as the historian of Buffalo’s Parkside Neighborhood, and having written two books on the neighborhood’s history, giving the Fredrick Law Olmsted designed Parkside Neighborhood it’s own category makes sense.

Family & Genealogy
My family history is Buffalo history. All eight of my great-grandparents lived in Buffalo, including my Great-Grandma Scurr, who is among the children in this Doyle family photo taken in Glasgow, Scotland. Aside from Scotland, my great-grandparents came from Pennsylvania, Poland, and England. One branch of my family tree stretches back to Buffalo in the 1820s, and a seventh-great aunt was among the first babies baptized at St. Louis Roman Catholic church back in 1829, when the church was still a log cabin.

&c, &c, &C: reflections from Steve’s desk
While my primary focus for this site is sharing about things that make Buffalo wonderful and unique, sometimes I have other thoughts, too. I share those here, along with some of the titles from other categories which I’ve written about in a more personal manner.

Buffalo Stories Bookstore
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BN Chronicles
Steve’s daily looks back at Buffalo’s past from the archives of The Buffalo News and Buffalo Stories LLC. Weekly features include “Torn Down Tuesday” and “What it looked like Wednesday,” along with decade by decade looks at what Buffalo used to be– and how we got here from there.


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Joseph Prentiss Greiner: wiring the City of Light

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

Hey genealogy lovers… ancestry.com has a free trial for UK records this weekend. I don’t pay for “world access,” so whenever there’s a freebie I go and download all the stuff I’ve been stockpiling— like my Great-Great-Great Grandfather’s signature on an English ship crew manifest.

Joseph Prentiss Greiner was born in Wheatfield, but spent many years at sea with Liverpool as his home port. He returned to Buffalo to live in the area now known as the Medical Campus. Apparently adapting the skills he learned as a sailor– as far as I can tell, he was among the first people whose occupation was listed as “electrician” in the Buffalo City Directory, helping bring “The City of Light” to life.

1898 Buffalo City Directory

My Greiners came to Buffalo in the 1820s… and there are several generations of many children who’ve moved all over the country since then. Most of the DNA matches that I can figure out trace back to Casper Greiner— whose daughter was among the first baptized at St Louis Church in Buffalo… and who himself is buried at the small Tonawanda church founded by St John Neumann behind St John the Baptist on Englewood.

Joseph Prentiss Greiner and his wife, Mary Atkinson Greiner.

Titles in our Bookstore

The Complete History of Parkside

By Steve Cichon

A history of the Frederick Law Olmsted designed neighborhood, from its place in the history of the Seneca Nation, to its role in the War of 1812, to Olmsted’s design and the turn of the century building out of the area, and the neighborhood’s 20th century evolutions.

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Included are discussions of the area’s earliest colorful settlers, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin Martin House, Delaware Park, The Buffalo Zoo, and the stories and anecdotes of many more struggles, individuals, and institutions that have made Parkside one of Buffalo’s premier historic neighborhoods today.

Softcover, 135 historic photos, 172 pages. $14.95

ISBN: 978-0-615-32784-6

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St. Mark Parish: The Loving Legacy of Msgr. Francis Braun and Sr. Jeanne Eberle

by Steve Cichon

A BUFFALO SCRAPBOOK history of the North Buffalo, NY parish with a special emphasis on Sr. Jeanne and Fr. Braun’s combined 64 years of service to the community.

Parishioner Steve Cichon traces the history of the storied parish back to the beginning in 1908, when one early parishioner remembers being able to see the street cars through the trees on Hertel while standing on Russell Avenue.

With 224 paperback pages and nearly 300 images and period news articles, the book takes the reader up to the present day with Fr. Joe Rogliano’s pastorate and the parish’s linking with St. Rose of Lima.

Softcover, 300 images, 224 pages. $24.95

ISBN: 978-0-982-32392-2

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Irv! Buffalo’s Anchorman: The Irv, Rick, and Tom Story

By Steve Cichon

The story of a TV anchorman so universally loved in Western New York that only one name is necessary… Irv. From the 1950s through the 1990s, Irv Weinstein informed and entertained generations of Buffalonians with his unmistakable style of writing and delivering the news. Together with Rick Azar and Tom Jolls, Irv was a part of the longest running anchor team in history, and their story is the story of Buffalo over the last half century.

From the time long ago… When our TV picture looked like it came from the bottom of a Coke bottle in fuzzy black and white, to today’s electronically augmented color; one man in Buffalo television has been the leading presence. As Clint Beuhlman once dominated Buffalo radio, as Walter Cronkite dominated network news, so Irv, through his intuition, aggressive style, his personality, has dominated the local news scene. -Phil Beuth

Softcover, 74 historic photos, 148 pages.

ISBN: 978-0-9828739-0-8

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A Buffalo Scrapbook: Gimme Jimmy!
Mayor James D. Griffin in His Own Words and Pictures

By Steve Cichon, with a Forward by the Griffin Children.

Through his unequaled 16 years in office, Jimmy Griffin was the bigger-than-life, most talked about mayor in the history of Buffalo. Author Steve Cichon and Mayor Griffin’s children have selected nearly 200 photos from the personal and mayoral archives of the Griffin family. The images are interspersed with the stories, quotes, and wisdom of James D. Griffin himself, recorded in print, audio, and video over a nearly half-century in public service.

Paperback, 140 pages, $16.95

ISBN 978-0-9828739-1-5

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The Real Steve Cichon: A Tribute to My Relationship with My Ol’Man

by Steve Cichon

My ol’man, Steven P. Cichon, died Palm Sunday, 2010 at the age of 58. Losing a parent is unimaginable, even when you spend the decade up until the death imagining it over and over again.

My dad was a very sick man the last 8 years or so of his life. He lost a leg to diabetes, and had a very serious heart condition. He made regular trips to the hospital by ambulance, and spent weeks at a time in the hospital.

During those times when he was very sick, I tried to prepare myself for his death. Tried to think it through; imagine what it might be like, so it would all be easier to deal with.

No dice. You’ll read that it’s all unimaginable. An extension of yourself is gone. There’s a hole in your heart. All sorts of vital information is gone. It’s like somebody lit the reference book you’ve used your whole life on fire. You’ll read, too, about quite a few things I’d do just for dad, that I sadly have stopped doing.

He’s been gone about two months as I write this, and it’s still hard. I have no doubt that it always will be. But putting all the swirling emotions I’ve felt into writing this has been wonderful.

It’s the story of my dad’s last week on this planet, and the story of his life on this planet, and, mostly, the 32 years he spent on this planet as my Dad, and Dad to Greg and Lynne.

46 photos, 56 pages. Paperback. $10.00

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A brief history of how I came to be an American

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

After the fall of Napoleon, the people of the Rhineland area along what’s become the traditional French and German border suffered severe economic depression, lack of religious freedom, and governments trying to stop young people in lower classes from marrying and having families.

Four families left that oppression for the tiny outpost of Buffalo in the 1820’s—these are my Grandma Coyle’s mother’s ancestors.

The landed classes didn’t want the Germans in Buffalo.

The most miserable, humiliating, unbearable poverty and famine was felt by the uneducated peasant Catholic population of Ireland during the middle of the 19th Century. To escape poverty and persecution, John Coyle sailed from Ireland to Pennsylvania. His children moved to Buffalo. Thomas Slattery sailed to Prescott, Ontario, and his children moved to Buffalo.  Miles Norton came to Buffalo from Ireland, where he worked in grain mills for 15 years until his death at the age of 48. These are my Grandpa Coyle’s ancestors.

The landed classes didn’t want the Irish in Buffalo.

Mary Ann Vallely was born as a Catholic in Protestant Northern Ireland. Looking for opportunity and freedom from repression, she and her husband moved near Glasgow, Scotland in the 1880s. When her husband died in 1920, she moved to South Buffalo to live among her four children who’d already moved there. Mary Ann Vallely was Grandma Cichon’s grandma.

Grandma Cichon’s father was English—he crossed the Ambassador Bridge from British Canada one day and never went back. He overstayed his visa by more than 50 years, and died a British subject at South Buffalo’s Mercy Hospital.

Jan Cichon was born a subject of the Russian Empire. Ethnically Polish, he was facing compulsory service in the Russian army when he left what is now southern Poland in 1913. It was difficult for a Russian to emigrate to the US—but Jan got around it by setting sail from Hamburg, Germany for Canada. After living in Welland, Ontario for a few weeks, he came to America through the Port of Buffalo under false pretenses.

With $20 in his pocket, my great-grandfather said he was visiting a made-up brother-in-law at a made-up address on Exchange Street. He could read and write, but spelled and signed his name Czychon.

The landed classes didn’t want the Polish—particularly the illegal Polish– in Buffalo.

All of these people went on to contribute to America. To trace the fruits of their loins, you’d be looking at thousands of Americans who’ve done spectacular things to make this country great. Hardworking blue collar men, beautiful women who cared for their families and communities, men and women religious, medical doctors, lawyers, university professors, sea captains, and even a congressman.

But that’s not the whole story—there are quite a few who’ve screwed up as well. Some of whom screwed up terribly.

In my family tree, I have a deported Communist. I have a guy who terrorized his community as serial hatchet-wielding thief, stealing purses off the arms of old ladies. There’s the cousin who spent time in federal prison on racketeering and drug trafficking convictions. There are petty thieves, wife beaters, and drunks. Lots and lots of drunks.

Take a realistic look at any group you belong to, and you’ll find the same. Good and bad.

This is America. This is how America has always been. I can’t imagine America any other way.

 

January 28, 1977: 40 years ago today, a new identity for Buffalo

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

Maybe it was right up until January 27, 1977 that Buffalo was known as a blue collar town. A hardscrabble steel making town. A simple, shot-and-a-beer, look-a- guy-in-the-eye town. It was known as a place with long winters and a string of rotten luck— getting hit hard by the changes in the world through the 1970s.

You knew that OJ Simpson played football in Buffalo and Howdy Doody’s pal Buffalo Bob Smith was from there– but you probably didn’t know about chicken wings yet, because it was a 1980 article in the New Yorker that really put the Buffalo wing in the national spotlight.

Then, starting on January 28, 1977, Buffalo began appearing on the national TV news every night for weeks as the city dug out from The Blizzard of ’77.

Trains being loaded with snow to be taken south to melt, a week after the storm first hit.

The first question of Buffalonians at conventions or in airports was no longer about OJ or Niagara Falls or steel.

“Did the snow melt yet?”

It was always one of the things Buffalo was known for, but 40 years ago today, it became the thing.  Even losing four straight Super Bowls and having the longest playoff drought in major league sports hasn’t been able to shake the Blizzard of ’77’s  stranglehold on our national identity.

Here it is, 40 years later, and we’re just starting to wholly embrace this wintry identity which Mother Nature foisted on us, and hopefully making more and more people aware that making the best of the cold, snow, and ice is something we’re great at.

Buffalonians welcoming the world to our annual celebration of winter. (canalsidebuffalo.com photo)

Even though a few winters have really kicked us in the teeth, we sure know how to do winter in Buffalo.. and we even do the winters that have done us.

When the snow really wallops us, take care of each other and have fun. During the “Snowmegeddon” storm of 2014, firefighters carried a patient a mile up Abbott Road to Mercy Hospital. We also make beer fridges out of the snow drifts blown against our doors.

In the days following the Blizzard of ’77, both Tops and Bells ran ads telling Buffalo they had food left.

Having the Blizzard of ’77 notched in our belts makes us bad ass. We’ve seen the worst of it and know that we mostly survived. But our hearts often turn to those whose death in 1977 made us more careful as a people.

We’ll never forget the ten people who froze to death in their cars– their awful fate is our permanent warning.

We learned lessons of neighborliness and what it truly means to be a Buffalonian. One tragic example of a the kind of Buffalo guy we all strive to be was Officer Carl O. Reese.

Officer Reese worked for 25 straight hours at the beginning of the blizzard, pushing cars to get people on their way and bringing people stranded just south of downtown medicine and food, putting their health and comfort before his own. After more than a full day on his feet, he went back out to help free cars stuck on the Skyway.

Officer Reese collapsed of exhaustion and suffered a heart attack upon arriving home after that marathon shift– he was only 38 years old, and survived by a wife and small child.


From the pages of the Courier-Express: a day-by-day recap of the Blizzard of ’77:


Coming this week with BN Chronicles’ look back at The Blizzard of ’77:

Johnny Carson and how Buffalo became a permanent punchline:

More on Monday at BN Chronicles


Tuesday at BN Chronicles:

Separating the fact from the fiction:

A look at how the Buffalo Zoo made it through The Blizzard, which animals escaped and were caught, and which one animal escaped and was never heard from again.

 


A classic page updated with new information and photos:

Newspaper, radio & TV broadcasts bring the storm back to life…

See the front pages of the Buffalo Evening News and Courier-Express, watch a full-half-hour broadcast of the WBEN-TV Channel 4 news, and listen to radio around the dial in Buffalo at the height of the Blizzard.

 


More Blizzard Memories:

 

 

We all win when we treat each other with dignity

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

Either side saying, “But you did it to US for eight years!” =
“BUT MOM, he did it FIRST!” =
Your mom sending you both to your room until you can both stop acting like five-year-olds throwing temper tantrums.

“I’m mad because you did a shitty thing to me… so, because I’m mad, I am going to do the same admittedly shitty thing back to you” is divisive thinking and does nothing to make our country that better place. Being smart and decent means finding some way other than a shitty way. It’s exactly what your mom taught you as a child.

If you want to be angry and shitty it’s your right– but from my vantage point, you  have to wallow to get there. You lose the moral high ground and you lose an opportunity to use your intelligence, decency, tact, and resilience to make your part of the world a better place.

My wish is that more people from both sides would turn the passion they waste in hatred into passion for something that benefits us all– like together finding someway out of the morass we are embroiled in– because together is the only way. 

I’m not saying “stop disagreeing,” I’m saying just do something to help effect the change you want to see in the world.

Fighting with people on Facebook really doesn’t count.

Understand– I’m not talking about dismissing anyone’s worries and fears.

What I’m talking about is using words and ideas which allow us all to be better able to embrace everyone’s worries and fears.

It’s about how a large number of people are allowing those fears and worries to manifest themselves.

My point is hearing about Donald Trump’s penis size and skin color is no better than talking about Barack Obama’s birth certificate and skin color, or vice versa.

Telling me you hate Donald Trump or you hate Barack Obama (or hate what they stand for) is a call to derision and a conversation ender.

Telling me you’re afraid that you might not have insurance or that your right to marry who you want might be taken away… or telling me you’re concerned with our porous borders or reductions in defense capabilities– those are places where conversations can begin and as Americans we might be able to find common ground among ourselves, whether our leaders suck or not.

Fighting crass and rude with crass and rude is still crass and rude. Protesting doesn’t have to be crass and rude. Disagreeing with people doesn’t have to be crass and rude.

The world needs love, not hate. Find it and spread it.

“Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?”

He said to him, “You shall love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and the first commandment.

“The second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

“The whole law and the prophets depend on these two commandments.”

Sneaking a radio into school for Inauguration Day 1989

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

Twenty-eight years ago today, January 20, 1989– when I was in sixth grade– I snuck this radio and an earpiece into school with me.

I also used to keep this radio under my pillow to listen to John Otto on WGR, Bruce Williams’ syndicated show on KB, and David Brudnoy and Norm Nathan on 50,000-watt WBZ Boston.

As I sat in Social Studies, I carefully pulled the little Realistic transistor receiver out just before noon, and cranked the volume to a barely audible peep.

With a mix of fear of getting caught and indignation for history class ignoring history that was happening at that very moment, I listened to George HW Bush being sworn in as President.

I was in awe of the Presidency and the transfer of power. I was in awe of the lofty speeches and the fine men making them. I was excited to have the first new President I could really remember.

I read Time Magazine every week and The Buffalo News every day. I watched the local and national news on TV every night with my dad. I felt no hatred or antipathy for anyone in government or politics.  I didn’t feel better than or more American than anyone else because I did or didn’t support a particular politician. I felt no fear or insecurity for the future of our country.

In fact, twenty-eight years later, I still consider George HW Bush and Michael Dukakis to be great and honorable men who I am proud to admire.

I watched them and our other leaders show not just strength, but grace, depth, class, thoughtfulness, integrity, compassion, and empathy– all traits of the best sort of leader.

They were adults facing the adult world with adult attitudes. They also conducted themselves without utter contempt for any of our fellow Americans and without childish pettiness or adolescent insults.

Having this example and finding favor in these folks helped shape me into the person I am today. I am thankful for the wholesome and decent role models I found in the national political leaders I admired.

Now, of course, the game has changed. The world has changed. The people have changed.

I don’t think it’s possible for a dorky sixth grader to be well-informed and engaged and also be able to have the same pure experience I had with my little Radio Shack radio at Orchard Park Middle School.

Whether you love or hate what is happening today, it’s nearly impossible to expect that anyone of our youngest generation could have have the same opportunity for the uncomplicated and unadulterated across-the-board love of this country and its leaders that I had.

That’s too bad and in its essence leaves me aching and sad.

Jim & June Coyle: a devotion and love that lives on

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

Today is Grandma Coyle’s birthday in heaven… But I think she’d be OK with me sharing this great pic of the love of her life which popped up in my Facebook memories today.
eating breakfast in Lackawanna.
The love and devotion they felt and lived rivaled any of the great love stories ever told. How deeply blessed we– their children and grandchildren– are to have had such love and such an example of love in our lives.
Backyard, 841 Tifft Street
 
Somewhere on high, Grandma’s birthday is perfect– her lil body snuggled in perfectly against Gramps’ big frame, his big meaty arm draped around her shoulder, gently squeezing her in tight.
Side door, 109 Hayden Street
It’s just like grandma– giving the gifts of beautiful memories on her birthday.

Hoping for Americans acting more American soon

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

As Americans, we’re all still the same, you know.

Whether you agree with Trump or Streep, strip away the name calling and white-hot hatred for the other side, and it’s the same fear at the core for left and right.

Many Americans feel that after 241 years of progress– that in today’s America their way of life is in jeopardy.

Right and left, Conservative and Progressive alike are worried they’ll wake up in a country where they have been pushed out and are no longer welcome.

That’s the opposite of what it has always meant to be an American.

I did not create this image, but I can’t seem to track down the original creator online. If you made it, please e-mail me so I can give you credit.

Shouldn’t that be a starting point? Isn’t there a leader who’ll rally us around that? “Things are changing pal… but let’s keep it together and make sure we’re all along for the ride and happy.”

We can do that by disregarding the extremists and name callers who stand to profit in some way by keeping America divided… and get back to something other than looking at half of our fellow Americans as assholes.

Right? Do you really feel that 50% of Americans don’t deserve to call themselves “Americans” because of their beliefs or behaviors? Isn’t that what you’re accusing *them* of?

Regardless of our “leaders,” can we, among ourselves, figure out a way to be more civil? To talk to one another instead of past one another? Leave hyperbole behind? Acknowledge our own flaws, find what’s right in our neighbors, shake hands, and find some common ground?

Not judge the heart, soul, and mind of wide swaths of the American population based on one person’s speech or tweet?

Spend less time hating and more time building something so great, so filled with pride and love and peace and hard work and dedication and humility and AMERICA that you win over the other guys without a fight… because despite any political differences, you are the perfect reflection of what our country has always stood for?

Well, that’s what I’m doing anyway. I mean, after I get done reading the hate mail caused by calling for world peace. Hahaha.

staffannouncer.com (2003-2017)


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staffannouncer.com is now BuffaloStories.com

Since 2003, Steve Cichon has been posting the sights, sounds, and stories of Buffalo’s pop culture past and present at staffannouncer.com.

Now, all of the great memories and plenty more are in an updated easy to read format at BuffaloStories.com.

An early staffannouncer.com production image.

It’s really hard to imagine, but back in 2003, you couldn’t find much about Irv Weinstein, Crystal Beach, Clint Buehlman, AM&A’s and Sattler’s online.

There were no researched stories or articles about many of Buffalo’s most cherished pop culture touchstones.

Click for the complete pages of staffannouncer.com 

In those days of prohibitively expensive digital scanners and cameras, dial up internet access, and slow page load times, there were very few photos of these people and places on the web.

Not wanting to live in a world where typing “Commander Tom” into Google had zero results, Cichon created staffannouncer.com with the idea that it would be a place to share his passion about broadcasters, broadcasting, and the stuff that was broadcasted about… especially here in Buffalo.

Fast forward to 2017, and many of the pages created more than a decade earlier aren’t formatted properly for the desktop, tablet, and smartphone browsers of modern web surfing.

Cichon spent months bringing all the 1999 AOL chatroom looking pages into the current Snapchat world, duplicating staffannouncer.com on BuffaloStories.com, where it’s far easier to read, search, and update as needed.

While the main staffannouncer.com URL will now redirect here to buffalostories.com, that’s the only change to the website. All the old pages will remain online at their original addresses as a form of historic preservation– but they won’t be updated, either for content or browser compatibility.

And in case you miss the old staffannouncer.com homepage, that’s still there, too… http://staffannouncer.com/lasthomepage.html

The pages of staffannouncer.com

Reformatted & Updated pages from staffannouncer.com finding a new home at buffalostories.com
Reformatted & Updated pages from staffannouncer.com finding a new home at buffalostories.com

Buffalo Postcards– Hundreds of ’em

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

A collection of well over 600 Buffalo Postcards.

 

1855CourtHouse
Court House. From a series of Buffalo drawings from 1855.

1855LightHouse
Buffalo Light House

1855MarketHouse
Market House

1855NiagaraRailroadDepot
Niagara Railroad Depot

1855SherwoodHouse
Sherwood House

1stbaptistchurch
First Baptist Church- North Street at N.Pearl

AerialDowntown
Aerial view of Downtown. Notice there is no Convention Center… Genesee Street goes right to Niagara Square without interruption.


Albright Museum & State Teachers College. Look at all those trees… Now parking lots.


Arnholt’s Restaurant, 299 Washington St. opposite the Ellicott Square Building. Now a parking lot.

Arrival-of-Fire-Dept
Arrival of Fire Dept on Genesee St., Fighting fires with horse & buggy.

BabyFurntiture1294Hertel
Baby Furntiture Store, 1294 Hertel Ave

BfloRaceway
Buffalo Raceway, under the lights

Bisons-Base-Ball-Park
Bisons Base-Ball Park, Offermann Stadium

BroadwayFillmoreAvenues
Broadway& Fillmore Avenues. This intersection is much more the same than many others, Except the donkey and the trolley tracks. This is standing with your back to downtown looking at the Broadway Market.

BroadwayLookingWest
Broadway Looking West… Nice trolley

broadwaymkt
The Broadway Market. Note Kleinhans on the front umbrella.

BuffHarbor
Buffalo Harbor Showing Coal docks

BuffHarbor10
Harbor Scene: Grain Elevators and Steam Ships

BuffHarbor12
Harbor Scene

BuffHarbor13
Harbor Scene: Real photo this time

BuffHarbor14
The Harbor: ladies in a rowboat

BuffHarbor15
The Ship Channel

BuffHarbor4
Two Lighthouses.

BuffHarbor60sTugBoats
1960s Tug Boats, The Oklahoma and the North Carolina in Buffalo Harbor

BuffHarbor8
Entrance to the Harbor

BuffHarbor9
Another Harbor Scene

BuffHarborAmericana1
The Americana: Sailing between Buffalo and Crystal Beach (more in the Crystal Beach section)

BuffHarborBfloYachtClub
Buffalo Yacht Club

BuffHarborDakotaElevator
The Dakota Elevator

BuffHarborFireBoat
Buffalo Fire Boat in Action

BuffHarborFireTug1908
Same card as previous with different coloring… common in old postcards.

BuffHarborGrainElevators
Concrete Grain Elevators

BuffHarborGrainElevators2
Grain Elevators

BuffHarborJackKnife1
Jack Knife Bridge, Kellogg Grain Elevator… This is Michigan Ave, just past the new casino heading away from downtown.

BuffHarborJackKnife2
Jack Knife Bridge. Given the number of different postcards I’ve seen of this bridge, It must have been impressive in its day

BuffHarborJackKnife3
More Jack Knife Bridge

BuffHarborJackKnife4
Jack Knife Bridge

Buffharbor6
Jack Knife Bridge 1950s, a cool later view

BuffHarborLighthouse1
The Buffalo Harbor Lighthouse. One of Buffalo’s oldest still-standing structures.

BuffHarborLighthouses
Two Lighthouses. Again, the more familiar one stil stands across the Harbor from the Hatch

BuffHarborMouth
Mouth of the Harbor Using the Lighthouse for bearing, the Aud site is out of site just to the right

BuffHarborNYCRRyards
NYCRR yards near the waterfront. Train tracks criss-crossed the waterfront area.

BuffHarborNewLocks
New Locks. The old Intl RR Bridge.

BuffHarborStereo
Buffalo Harbor Stereocard. Stereocards were placed in a binocular-like device and the images would appear.

BuffHarborUnloadingOre
Unloading Iron Ore

BuffHarborView
View from the Harbor. That’s St. Joseph’s Cathedral with the twin spires just right of the middle

BuffHarborWaterfrontafterStorm1907
After the storm of Jan 20, 1907

BuffHarborYachtRace
Yacht Race with the Yacht Club in the background

Buffharbor5
Entrance to the Harbor

Buffharbor7
Entrance to Harbor. Real Photo version of previous card

BuffaloAirport1
Buffalo Airport. Built in 1939 as a WPA project, it was expanded in 1955, 1961, 1971, and 1977…

BuffaloAirport2
Buffalo Airport. This building was replaced in 1997 by the current terminal. The current building is slightly to the west of where this building stood.

BuffaloAirport3
Greater Buffalo International Airport. The Name was changed from Buffalo Municipal Airport when the city handed the airport over to the predecessor to the NFTA in 1959. It became the Buffalo Niagara International Airport in 1996.

BuffaloAirport4
Original Terminal. This would eventually be known as the “East Terminal,” with a west terminal built in the 70s to alleviate over crowding.

BuffaloGeneralHospital
Buffalo General Hospital.

BuffaloStateHospital
Buffalo State Hospital. Now known as the HH Richardson complex, located on Forest Ave near Elmwood.

CBAmericanaFootofMain
Boarding the Americana. The ferry to Crystal Beach left the foot of Main Street. The Aud and the Metro Rail would be in this shot…

CBCanadianaAtDock
Canadiana At Dock. You’d take the Americana or the Canadiana from the foot of Main to the Dock at Crystal Beach

CBCanadianaAtSea
The Americana coming….

CBCanadianaatSea2
And the Canadiana going…

CBMIdwayEntrance
Entrance Midway Entrance. Crystal Beach thrilled the people of Southern Ontario and Western New York from 1888-1989.

CBMidway4
Crystal Beach Midway. Despite 70 years difference, the midway didn’t look all that different when it eventually closed.

CBarriving
Arriving at Crystal Beach

CBatWinter
The Crystal Beach Pier in winter

CBathleticField
Athletic Field at Crystal Beach. The Coaster in the background was known as the Backety-Back.

CBbathers
Bathers on Crystal Beach

CBbathersBoatPier
Bathers as the Canadiana approaches

CBbeach
Bathers and Boat


1940s view: Bathers and Canadiana

CBbflosConeyIs
Buffalo’s Coney Island: Crystal Beach. Close up View of the Backety-Back


Two-level Boardwalk and Pier

CBbuffalosUnionStationRide
Union Station Ride

CBchildrenWading
Children Wading

CBcustomHouse
Real Picture card of Customs House. Taken from either Canadiana or Americana

CBcustomHouse2
Customs House

CBcustomHouse3
Customs House

CBcustomsLine
After the Customs House on the Pier

CBpier
The Pier. You can see the deck chairs in this shot.

CBdivers
Crystal Beach Divers. This doesn’t appear safe…

CBjollyBathers
Jolly Bathers at Crystal Beach. Notice the cottages along the beach…

CBmidway
Entrance to the Midway

CBmidway2
More from the Midway

CBmidway3
Midway. This One’s very familiar to me… Even only with memories of the 80s at CB

CBmidway5
Another Midway Scene

CBmidway6
Again on the Midway

CBrazzleDazzle
Razzle Dazzle. An Early amusement that looks to be unsafe.

CBmoonOnLakeErie
Moonlight on Lake Erie. What a way to end a Crystal Beach date…

cazCasino
Cazenovia Park Casino. The water is no longer there… This side of the building faces the creek

cazcasino2
Casino Closeup

cazbathroom2
Cazenovia Park. This is at the end of the ball diamonds… Basically a bathroom hut as far as I remember it 25 years ago. This is where our grandpa taught my brother and me to “not touch anything” in the public restrooms.

CazBridge
Cazenovia Bridge. This looks alot like the area below the current Cazenovia St. (not Pkwy) Bridge…

CazPark1922
Cazenovia Park 1922.

CentralTerminal1
Central Terminal. Here are several views of the building’s exterior…

CentralTerminal2
Central Terminal

CentralTerminal3
Central Terminal

CentralTerminalCars
Central Terminal

CentralTerminalCocktailLoun
Central Terminal Cocktail Lounge. Inside the attractive Martin’s Restaurant

CentralTerminalLunchCounter
Central Terminal Lunch Counters

CentralTerminalMainConcours
Central Terminal Main Concourse

CentralTerminalMainEntrance
Central Terminal Main Entrance

ChamberofCommerceBldg
Chamber of Commerce Bldg

ChildrensHospital
Childrens Hospital. Nice Tin Lizzy there…

Chippewa&Delaware2
Chippewa at Delaware. To get this view, stand in Starbucks Parking lot… The rounded building is Bada Bing these days… The Hampton Inn is now across the street.

Chippewa&Main
Chippewa & Main. For this view now, as you drive up Chippewa from the 33 towards the bars, look to the right as you cross the Metro rail tracks. Note the Buffalo Marquee…

Chippewa,Washinton,Genesee
Chippewa%2CWashinton%2CGenesee Chippewa, Washinton, & Genesee Sts. This intersection looks as confusing then as it does now. I don’t think any of that clump of buildings is still there… All parking lots or the M&T Building across from TGI Friday’s.

ChippewaMarket1
Chippewa Market. The Chippewa Market is now the parking lot across Washington from TGI Fridays.

ChippewaMarket2
Chippewa Market. Look for St Michael’s church the next time your stopped at Chippewa and Washington.

ChippewaMarket6
Chippewa Market

ChippewaMarket7
Chippewa Market

ChippewaWashingtonMarket
Chippewa Washington Market

CityTrustBlg
City Trust Company Building. Shelton Square, Main at Niagara.

CivicStadiumRockpile
Civic Stadium, aka The Rockpile. Before the second level was added.

CivilWarArch
Civil War Arch

CivilWarArchCloseUp
Civil War Arch Close Up

ClayRobinson
Clay Robinson Co of East Buffalo

Club31
Club 31

CommodorePerryonLakeErie
Commodore Perry on Lake Erie

ContinentalInn
Continental Inn

CornerNiagara&Franklin
Corner Niagara & Franklin

CornerPearl&WTupper
CornerPearl%26WTupper Corner Pearl & West Tupper

CountryClub
Buffalo Country Club

CourierBdayClub
Courier express Birthday Club

CourierBldg
Courier Express Bldg (Now the Building houses the Catholic Diocesan Offices

CourtStSheas1
Sheas Theatre on Court St. Condemned to make way for Liberty Building

CourtStSheas2
Sheas on Court Street

CourtStSheas3
CourtSt Sheas

DLW2
DL&W Terminal

DLW3
DL&W Terminal

DLWtrolleycar
DL&W trolley car

DaysPark
Days Park

DaysPark2
Days Park

Deconess1914
Deaconess Hopsital 1914

buffharbor3
Buffalo Harbor

chezami
311 Delaware Ave: Chez Ami

chezami2
Same Chez Ami image… this one actual photo

chezamiBack
Chez Ami back

ChezAmi3
Chez Ami. Other side of the bar

delawareave1
Delaware Ave Delaware–Buffalo–Park

Delaware--Buffalo--Park
Delaware–Buffalo–Park Delaware Park

DelawareAve&North
DelawareAve%26North Delaware Ave at North

DelawareAve2
Delaware Ave Homes

DelawareAve3
Delaware Ave Homes

DelawareAve4
Delaware Ave Homes

DelawareAveAtChippewa
Delaware Ave At Chippewa

DelawareAveAtEdward
Delaware Ave At Edward

DelawareAveAtJohnsonParkHou
Delaware Ave At Johnson Park. Mayor Johnson’s House is long gone.

DelawareAveBishopColton1
Bishop Colton’s House, Now Blessed Sacrament Church’s Rectory, just north of W Utica

DelawareAveBishopColton2
Bishop Colton’s House

DelawareAveBridgeOver
Bridge Over Delaware Ave. Under Scajaquada Parkway then, now Scajaquada Expressway

DelawareAveBuffaloClub
Buffalo Club

DelawareAveBuffaloClub2
Buffalo Club

DelawareAveErieCountyJail
Erie County Jail

DelawareAveFordHotel
Ford Hotel, Delaware at Chippewa.

DelawareAveHotelTouraine1
Hotel Touraine

DelawareAveHotelTouraine2
Hotel Touraine

DelawareAveKenmore
Delaware Ave at Kenmore

DelawareAveNorthFromSummer
Delaware Ave North From Summer

DelawareAveNorthFromSummer3
Delaware Ave North From Summer

DelawareAveNorthfromNorth
Delaware Ave North from North

DelawareAveTempleBethzion
Temple Beth Zion. This building burned to the ground, the current temple was built down the street.

DelawareAveWilcoxHouse1
Wilcox House. President Roosevelt was inaugurated here following President McKinley’s death further up Delaware at the Milburn Home.

DelawareAveWilcoxHouse2
Wilcox Mansion

DelawareAveatNorthHotelLeno
Delaware Ave at North Hotel Lenox

DelawarePark&ArtGallery
Delaware Park & Art Gallery

DelawareParkAlbrightBackSte
Albright Art Gallery Back Steps

DelawareParkAlbrightCars
Delaware Park & Albright Gallery Cars

DelawareParkAlbrightDirtRoad
DelawarePark & Albright Gallery

DelawareParkBandConcert
Delaware Park Band Concert

DelawareParkBands2
Delaware Park Bands

DelawareParkBoys3
Delaware Park Boys

DelawareParkBridge
Delaware Park Bridge

DelawareParkCanoeing
Delaware Park Canoeing

DelawareParkCasino2
Delaware Park Casino

DelawareParkCasino4
Delaware Park Casino

DelawareParkConcertDay
Delaware Park Concert Day

DelawareParkDavid
Delaware Park David

DelawareParkDelawareAvebri2
Delaware Park Delaware Ave Bridge

DelawareParkDelawareAvebri3
Delaware Ave Bridge

DelawareParkElmwoodAveBridg
Delaware Park Elmwood Ave Bridge

DelawareParkElmwoodBridge
Delaware Park Elmwood Bridge

DelawareParkErzaMeekerBflos
Delaware Park Erza Meeker

DelawareParkIceskating
Delaware Park Ice skating

DelawareParkIvyArch
Delaware Park Ivy

DelawareParkIvyArch2
Delaware Park Ivy

DelawareParkLake&Cars
Delaware Park Lake & Cars

DelawareParkLake1
Delaware Park

DelawareParkLilyPond
Delaware Park Lily

DelawareParkRumsey
Delaware Park Rumsey Park

DelawareParkS-curves
S-curves Delaware Park

DelawareParkScurves
S-curves Delaware Park

DelawareParkSteps
Delaware Park Step

DelawareParkWater
Delaware Park

DelawareParkboaters
Delaware Park boaters

DelawareParkboys2
Delaware Park

DelawareParkcanoeing2
Delaware Park Canoeing

DelawareParkcasino
Delaware Park Casino

DelawareParklake2
Delaware Park Lake

DelawareParknearLake
Delaware Park near Lake

DelawareParkonthelAke
Delaware Park on the lake

DelawareParkviewFromCasinp
Delaware Park view From Casino

DelawareStJosephsNewCath
St Josephs New Cathedral

DepewCentralHigh
Depew Central High

DiBelloPontiac12600-main
DiBello Pontiac 12600 Main St

EastAuroraMainSt
East Aurora Main St

EastAuroraRoycroftDiningRm
East Aurora Roycroft Dining Rm

ElectricBldg1
Electric Building

ElectricBldg2
Electric Bldg

ElectricBldg3
Electric Bldg

ElectricBldgAtNite
Electric Bldg At Nite

ElkStBusinessDist
Elk St Business District

ElkStMarket1
Elk St Market

ElkStMarket2
Elk St Market

ElkStMarket3
Elk St Market

EllicottSq1

EllicottSq1 Ellicott SquareElkStBusinessDist
EllicottSq2 EllicottSq2

EllicottSq2 Ellicott SquareElkStBusinessDist
EllicottSq3 EllicottSq3

EllicottSq3 Ellicott SquareElkStBusinessDist
EllicottSq4 EllicottSq4

EllicottSq4 Ellicott SquareElkStBusinessDist
EllicottSq5 EllicottSq5

EllicottSq5 Ellicott SquareElkStBusinessDist
EllicottSq6 EllicottSq6

EllicottSq6 Ellicott SquareElkStBusinessDist
Elmwood%26NorthChurch Elmwood&NorthChurch

Elmwood%26NorthChurch Elmwood & North ChurchElkStBusinessDist
ErieCanal2 ErieCanal2

ErieCanal2 Erie CanalElkStBusinessDist
ErieCanal3 ErieCanal3

ErieCanal3 Erie CanalElkStBusinessDist
ErieCoJail ErieCoJail

ErieCoJail Erie County JailElkStBusinessDist
FentonsPekin FentonsPekin

FentonsPekin Fentons Pekin RestaurantElkStBusinessDist
FerryLandingFtErie FerryLandingFtErie

FerryLandingFtErie Ferry Landing Fort ErieElkStBusinessDist
FerryStLiftBridge FerryStLiftBridge

FerryStLiftBridge Ferry St Lift BridgeElkStBusinessDist
FerryStfoot FerryStfoot

FerryStfoot Foot of Ferry StElkStBusinessDist
Forestlawn Forestlawn

Forestlawn Forest Lawn CemetaryElkStBusinessDist
FrBakersBoysHome FrBakersBoysHome

FrBakersBoysHome Fr Baker’s Boys HomeElkStBusinessDist
Franklin%26NiagaraSts Franklin&NiagaraSts

Franklin%26NiagaraSts Franklin & Niagara StsElkStBusinessDist
Freddies30yrs Freddies30yrs

Freddies30yrs Freddies DoughnutsElkStBusinessDist
Celebrating 30 yearsFreddiesOlder FreddiesOlder

FreddiesOlder Freddies DonutsElkStBusinessDist
Slightly older judging by the cars… Front Front

Front The FrontElkStBusinessDist
Front2 Front2

Front2 The FrontElkStBusinessDist
Front3 Front3

Front3 The FrontElkStBusinessDist
FrontBandStand FrontBandStand

FrontBandStand The Front Band StandElkStBusinessDist
FrontDriving FrontDriving

FrontDriving The Front… DrivingElkStBusinessDist
FrontierTelephone FrontierTelephone

FrontierTelephone Frontier TelephoneElkStBusinessDist
FtErieBeach FtErieBeach

FtErieBeach Ft Erie BeachElkStBusinessDist
FtPorter1 FtPorter1

FtPorter1 Fort PorterElkStBusinessDist
stood where the Peace Bridge stands FtPorterCastle FtPorterCastle

FtPorterCastle Ft Porter CastleElkStBusinessDist
FtPorterCastle2 FtPorterCastle2

FtPorterCastle2 Ft Porter CastleElkStBusinessDist
GatesCircle1 GatesCircle1

GatesCircle1 Gates CircleElkStBusinessDist
EB Green designed GatesCircle3 GatesCircle3

GatesCircle3 Gates CircleElkStBusinessDist
GatesCircle4 GatesCircle4

GatesCircle4 Gates CircleElkStBusinessDist
GeneralViewofBuffalo GeneralViewofBuffalo

GeneralViewofBuffalo General View of BuffaloElkStBusinessDist
Genesee%2CChippewa%26Washington Genesee,Chippewa&Washington

Genesee%2CChippewa%26Washington Genesee, Chippewa & WashingtonElkStBusinessDist
GeneseeHouseHotel GeneseeHouseHotel

GeneseeHouseHotel Genesee House HotelElkStBusinessDist
GeneseePearlMohawkEDWARDS GeneseePearlMohawkEDWARDS

GeneseePearlMohawkEDWARDS EdwardsElkStBusinessDist
at Genesee, Pearl, and Mohawk GeneseeStBeforeconvCenter GeneseeStBeforeconvCenter

GeneseeStBeforeconvCenter Genesee St Before convention CenterElkStBusinessDist
GeneseeStLookingEast GeneseeStLookingEast

GeneseeStLookingEast Genesee St Looking EastElkStBusinessDist
GeneseeStMajesticTheatre GeneseeStMajesticTheatre

GeneseeStMajesticTheatre Genesee St Majestic TheatreElkStBusinessDist
GeneseeStNoElectBldg GeneseeStNoElectBldg

GeneseeStNoElectBldg Genesee St: No Electric BldgElkStBusinessDist
GlenParkCasino GlenParkCasino

GlenParkCasino Glen Park CasinoElkStBusinessDist
Grant%26Ferry Grant&Ferry

Grant%26Ferry Grant & FerryElkStBusinessDist
GreaterBuffaloSteamShip GreaterBuffaloSteamShip

GreaterBuffaloSteamShip Greater Buffalo SteamShipElkStBusinessDist
HahnemanHospital HahnemanHospital

HahnemanHospital Hahneman HospitalElkStBusinessDist
HertelAve HertelAve

HertelAve Hertel AveElkStBusinessDist
HertelHolyAngels1908 HertelHolyAngels1908

HertelHolyAngels1908 Hertel Holy Angels 1908ElkStBusinessDist
HistoricalBldg HistoricalBldg

HistoricalBldg Historical BldgElkStBusinessDist
HistoricalBldgNOSCAJ HistoricalBldgNOSCAJ

HistoricalBldgNOSCAJ Historical BldgElkStBusinessDist
No 198 Expressway…. HomeopathicHospital HomeopathicHospital

HomeopathicHospital Homeopathic HospitalElkStBusinessDist
HotelAvonExchange%26Ellicott HotelAvonExchange&Ellicott

HotelAvonExchange%26Ellicott Hotel Avon Exchange & EllicottElkStBusinessDist
HotelBrozelSeneca%26Wells HotelBrozelSeneca&Wells

HotelBrozelSeneca%26Wells Hotel Brozel Seneca & WellsElkStBusinessDist
HotelBuffalo-statlerArborRo HotelBuffalo-statlerArborRo

HotelBuffalo-statlerArborRo Hotel Buffalo (statler) Arbor Room ElkStBusinessDist
HotelBuffalo-statlerSwan%26W2 HotelBuffalo-statlerSwan&W2

HotelBuffalo-statlerSwan%26W2 Hotel Buffalo (statler) Swan & WashingtonElkStBusinessDist
HotelBuffalo-statlerSwan%26Wa HotelBuffalo-statlerSwan&Wa

HotelBuffalo-statlerSwan%26Wa Hotel Buffalo statler Swan & WashingtonElkStBusinessDist
HotelIroquois1 HotelIroquois1

HotelIroquois1 Hotel IroquoisElkStBusinessDist
HotelIroquois2 HotelIroquois2

HotelIroquois2 Hotel IroquoisElkStBusinessDist
HotelLafayette HotelLafayette

HotelLafayette Hotel LafayetteElkStBusinessDist
HotelLafayette2 HotelLafayette2

HotelLafayette2 Hotel LafayetteElkStBusinessDist
HotelLafayetteLobby HotelLafayetteLobby

HotelLafayetteLobby Hotel Lafayette LobbyElkStBusinessDist
HotelLafayetteRestaurant HotelLafayetteRestaurant

HotelLafayetteRestaurant Hotel Lafayette RestaurantElkStBusinessDist
HotelLenox HotelLenox

HotelLenox Hotel LenoxElkStBusinessDist
HotelRaliegh HotelRaliegh

HotelRaliegh Hotel RalieghElkStBusinessDist
HotelStuyvesant HotelStuyvesant

HotelStuyvesant Hotel StuyvesantElkStBusinessDist
Humboldt5 Humboldt5

Humboldt5 Humboldt ParkElkStBusinessDist
The Wading Pool, now famously known as te MLK Splash Pad HumboldtPark1 HumboldtPark1

HumboldtPark1 Humboldt ParkElkStBusinessDist
Now known as Martin Luther King Park HumboldtPark2 HumboldtPark2

HumboldtPark2 Humboldt ParkElkStBusinessDist
HumboldtPark3 HumboldtPark3

HumboldtPark3 Humboldt ParkElkStBusinessDist
HumboldtPark4 HumboldtPark4

HumboldtPark4 Humboldt ParkElkStBusinessDist
HumboldtPark5 HumboldtPark5

HumboldtPark5 Humboldt ParkElkStBusinessDist
HumboldtParkFountain HumboldtParkFountain

HumboldtParkFountain Humboldt Park FountainElkStBusinessDist
Really?!? A Postcard depicting a water fountain!?!ImmaculateHeartSchool ImmaculateHeartSchool

ImmaculateHeartSchool Immaculate Heart SchoolElkStBusinessDist
ImmaculateHearthome ImmaculateHearthome

ImmaculateHearthome Immaculate Heart homeElkStBusinessDist
IntlBridge IntlBridge

IntlBridge International BridgeElkStBusinessDist
IntlBridge2 IntlBridge2

IntlBridge2 International BridgeElkStBusinessDist
IntlRailwayCoStation IntlRailwayCoStation

IntlRailwayCoStation International Railway Company StationElkStBusinessDist
IroqouisBroadway%26PrattLONGC IroqouisBroadway&PrattLONGC

IroqouisBroadway%26PrattLONGC Iroqouis Brewery Broadway & Pratt /u>ElkStBusinessDist
IroquoisRathskellar IroquoisRathskellar

IroquoisRathskellar Iroquois RathskellarElkStBusinessDist
JJallen%26Co608William JJallen&Co608William

JJallen%26Co608William JJ Allen & Co 608 William StElkStBusinessDist
Kenilworth1 Kenilworth1

Kenilworth1 Kenilworth Race TrackElkStBusinessDist
This was on the Tonawanda side of the Kenmore Ave/Niagara Falls Blvd intersection Kenilworth2 Kenilworth2

Kenilworth2 Kenilworth Race TrackElkStBusinessDist
Kenilworth3 Kenilworth3

Kenilworth3 KenilworthElkStBusinessDist
KleinhansHatDept KleinhansHatDept

KleinhansHatDept Kleinhans Hat DeptElkStBusinessDist
LackawannaSteel LackawannaSteel

LackawannaSteel Lackawanna SteelElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSq LafayetteSq

LafayetteSq Lafayette SqElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSq1 LafayetteSq1

LafayetteSq1 Lafayette SquareElkStBusinessDist
Horse drawn carraiges & trolleys LafayetteSq2 LafayetteSq2

LafayetteSq2 Lafayette SquareElkStBusinessDist
up Broadway… LafayetteSq3 LafayetteSq3

LafayetteSq3 Lafayette SquareElkStBusinessDist
Old Library and Model Ts.LafayetteSq4 LafayetteSq4

LafayetteSq4 Lafayette SquareElkStBusinessDist
1940s LookLafayetteSq6NotMuchDiff LafayetteSq6NotMuchDiff

LafayetteSq6NotMuchDiff Lafayette SqElkStBusinessDist
Pretty close to today… Trade trolleys for Metro rail LafayetteSq7ShowsKleinshans LafayetteSq7ShowsKleinshans

LafayetteSq7ShowsKleinshans Lafayette Sq Shows KleinhansElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSq9 LafayetteSq9

LafayetteSq9 Lafayette SqElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqCars%26Libary LafayetteSqCars&Libary

LafayetteSqCars%26Libary Lafayette Sq Cars & LibaryElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqEarlyCars LafayetteSqEarlyCars

LafayetteSqEarlyCars Lafayette Sq Early CarsElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqLibrary1 LafayetteSqLibrary1

LafayetteSqLibrary1 Lafayette Sq LibraryElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqOlder LafayetteSqOlder

LafayetteSqOlder Lafayette Sq OlderElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqSoldiersandSail2 LafayetteSqSoldiersandSail2

LafayetteSqSoldiersandSail2 Lafayette Sq Soldiers and Sailors memorialElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqSoldiersandSailo LafayetteSqSoldiersandSailo

LafayetteSqSoldiersandSailo Lafayette Sq Soldiers and Sailors MonumentElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqTheatreLobby LafayetteSqTheatreLobby

LafayetteSqTheatreLobby Lafayette Sq Theatre LobbyElkStBusinessDist
LafayetteSqfrHotelShowsThea LafayetteSqfrHotelShowsThea

LafayetteSqfrHotelShowsThea Lafayette Sq fr HotelElkStBusinessDist
Shows TheatreLafayetteSqlooksatCourt LafayetteSqlooksatCourt

LafayetteSqlooksatCourt Lafayette Sq looks at CourtElkStBusinessDist
Lafayettesq8 Lafayettesq8

Lafayettesq8 Lafayette sqElkStBusinessDist
LakeErieNovelty LakeErieNovelty

LakeErieNovelty Lake Erie NoveltyElkStBusinessDist
Lancasterdowntown Lancasterdowntown

Lancasterdowntown Lancaster downtownElkStBusinessDist
Larkin1910 Larkin1910

Larkin1910 Larkin 1910ElkStBusinessDist
Larkin2 Larkin2

Larkin2 LarkinElkStBusinessDist
Larkin3 Larkin3

Larkin3 LarkinElkStBusinessDist
LarkinDouble LarkinDouble

LarkinDouble Larkin DoubleElkStBusinessDist
LarkinDouble2 LarkinDouble2

LarkinDouble2 Larkin DoubleElkStBusinessDist
Laubes1 Laubes1

Laubes1 Laubes RestaurantElkStBusinessDist
LeonardosDiningRm%26Bar LeonardosDiningRm&Bar

LeonardosDiningRm%26Bar Leonardos Dining Room & BarElkStBusinessDist
LilyanDubelsHaciendaUnionrd LilyanDubelsHaciendaUnionrd

LilyanDubelsHaciendaUnionrd Lilyan Dubel’s Hacienda Union RdElkStBusinessDist
LincolnPkwy-Horse LincolnPkwy-Horse

LincolnPkwy-Horse Lincoln Pkwy HorseElkStBusinessDist
Lorenzos386Pearl1 Lorenzos386Pearl1

Lorenzos386Pearl1 Lorenzos 386 Pearl StElkStBusinessDist
Lorenzos386Pearl2 Lorenzos386Pearl2

Lorenzos386Pearl2 Lorenzos 386 Pearl StElkStBusinessDist
Main%26Chippewa Main&Chippewa

Main%26Chippewa Main & ChippewaElkStBusinessDist
MainSt1 MainSt1

MainSt1 Main St ElkStBusinessDist
MainSt11 MainSt11

MainSt11 Main St ElkStBusinessDist
MainSt12 MainSt12

MainSt12 Main St ElkStBusinessDist
MainSt13 MainSt13

MainSt13 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt14 MainSt14

MainSt14 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt16 MainSt16

MainSt16 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt17 MainSt17

MainSt17 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt1970s MainSt1970s

MainSt1970s Main St 1970sElkStBusinessDist
MainSt2 MainSt2

MainSt2 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt3 MainSt3

MainSt3 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt6 MainSt6

MainSt6 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt7 MainSt7

MainSt7 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainSt8 MainSt8

MainSt8 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainStAtCourt2 MainStAtCourt2

MainStAtCourt2 Main St At CourtElkStBusinessDist
MainStAtHuronlookingNorth MainStAtHuronlookingNorth

MainStAtHuronlookingNorth Main St At Huron looking NorthElkStBusinessDist
MainStAtNiagara MainStAtNiagara

MainStAtNiagara Main St At NiagaraElkStBusinessDist
MainStAtNite MainStAtNite

MainStAtNite Main St At NiteElkStBusinessDist
MainStAud1 MainStAud1

MainStAud1 Main St AudElkStBusinessDist
MainStAud2 MainStAud2

MainStAud2 Main St AudElkStBusinessDist
MainStAud3 MainStAud3

MainStAud3 Main St AudElkStBusinessDist
MainStAud4 MainStAud4

MainStAud4 Main St AudElkStBusinessDist
MainStBfloSavingBank MainStBfloSavingBank

MainStBfloSavingBank Main St Buffalo Saving BankElkStBusinessDist
MainStBoatLoading MainStBoatLoading

MainStBoatLoading Main St Boat LoadingElkStBusinessDist
MainStEllicottSq MainStEllicottSq

MainStEllicottSq Main St Ellicott SqElkStBusinessDist
MainStEllicottSq2 MainStEllicottSq2

MainStEllicottSq2 Main St Ellicott SqElkStBusinessDist
MainStEllicottSq3 MainStEllicottSq3

MainStEllicottSq3 Main St Ellicott SqElkStBusinessDist
MainStEllicottSq4 MainStEllicottSq4

MainStEllicottSq4 Main St Ellicott SqElkStBusinessDist
MainStFoot MainStFoot

MainStFoot Main St FootElkStBusinessDist
MainStGrants MainStGrants

MainStGrants Main St GrantsElkStBusinessDist
MainStHengers MainStHengers

MainStHengers Main St HengerersElkStBusinessDist
MainStHuylers566Main MainStHuylers566Main

MainStHuylers566Main Main St Huylers 566 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainStInvalidsHotel665Main MainStInvalidsHotel665Main

MainStInvalidsHotel665Main Main St Invalids Hotel 665 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainStJNadam383Main MainStJNadam383Main

MainStJNadam383Main Main St JN Adam 383 MainElkStBusinessDist
MainStJNadams MainStJNadams

MainStJNadams Main St JN AdamsElkStBusinessDist
MainStKeitschFlower810Mains MainStKeitschFlower810Mains

MainStKeitschFlower810Mains Main St Keitsch Flower 810 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainStKirschners189Main2 MainStKirschners189Main2

MainStKirschners189Main2 Main St Kirschners 189 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainStLaubes MainStLaubes

MainStLaubes Main St LaubesElkStBusinessDist
MainStLaubesOldSpain660MainSt MainStLaubesOldSpain660MainSt

MainStLaubesOldSpain660MainSt Main St Laubes Old Spain 660 Main StElkStBusinessDist
MainStLookingSouth2 MainStLookingSouth2

MainStLookingSouth2 Main St Looking SouthElkStBusinessDist
MainStMacDoels MainStMacDoels

MainStMacDoels Main St MacDoelsElkStBusinessDist
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1962 Thruway Exit 52

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