2004 ISSUE IS
Richard Waite: A Forgotten Master
- by Martin Wachadlo & Christopher Brown
Eugene M. Dyczkowski Lusty Realist of Depression-Era Buffalo
- by David F. Martin
The Rev. J. Edward Nash House
-byFelix L. Armfield, Ph.D.
Old Photo Album
- Buffalo views from the collection of Natalie Gren Tessier
Your Property Deed and the Holland Land Company - by John
The Aries Press - by Richard Kegler
"Last Look: Henry Chandler House, 89 Niagara Street"
Lest We Forget: William J. Donovan
By Salvatore R. Martoche Part l:The early life and
times of one of Buffalo's most honored heroes and the founder
of the 0SS, the forerunner to today's CIA.
Niagara'sVisual Music in the Paintings of Claire Shuttleworth
By David F Martin The beauty of the Niagara River,
Falls and Gorge are captured in a series of symphonic paintings
composed between 1910 and 1920.
Father Hennepin at Niagara Falls (1678) By John H.
Old Photo Album By Megan J. O'Neil Flexlume Signs
The Early Log Architecture of Western NewYork
By John H. Conlin Log buildings, the quintessential
symbol of the American spirit, have u rich history inWNY.
A few of these venerable edifices still remain, including
the Gipple Cabin in the Town of Lancaster, the oldest surviving
building in Erie County.
The Early Days of Skiing in Western NewYork: Wooden Skis,
Leather Boots and Studebaker Rope Tows By W. Richard
Ohler Meet some of the hard-working, fun-loving skiers who
transformed Buffalo's southtown's farmland into a winter
wonderland for snow sports enthusiasts.
A Letter from the Editor
to WNY's Treasures -
to Professional Services
ON THE COVER
"Father Hennepin at Niagara Falls, 1678" Thomas
Hart Benton (1889-1975), oil on canvas, 7' x 20' mural.
Commissioned by Robert Moses for the NewYork State Power
Authority and installed in "PowerVista' theVisitor
Center of the great Niagara hydroelectric project.
Winter 2004 Edition
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Inside the latest issue:
Mark Twain: Bachelor Editor in Buffalo
by Tom Reigstad
The Most Humane of Humans: Mark Twain and John
by William Loos
William G. Fargo, The Tycoon from Buffalo, Part
by Jacek Wysocki
Frank Lloyd Wright's "Buffalo Venture"
by Jack Quinan
by Norman C. Bauman
View the Centerfold: A New Commercial Street Painting
by Robert Averill
Madame Cadillac's Remarkable Journey
by John H. Conlin
The Old Photo Album - Elmwood Avenue in the Good Old
by Natalie Green Tessier
Life and Times of William G. Fargo
by Jacek A. Wysocki
The Eagle Park Disaster
by Paul Redding
Aviation History on the Niagara Frontier
by John W. Percy
Watercolor "Historian" Opens Buffalo's "Windows
to the Past"
by Peter Jehrio
Continuing Legacy of Margaret L. Wendt
by Mike Vogel
Alden Black Water Baths
by Ruth L. Davis
Famous Central Wharf of the Buffalo Waterfront
by John H. Conlin
Spaulding, Buffalo's Banker
by Chase Viele
Old Photo Album: The Ebony Seals Studio
by Barbara Seals Nevergold, Ph.D.
Local Hero: Life and Times of Colonel Jean Baptiste Weber
by Denise O'Meara
Czolgosz: A Psychiatric Assessment
Backward and the Assassin
Twain and Buffalo in 1901
the Larkin Idea
Pan-American Exposition in 3-D
Architecture on the Commercial Slip
Transportation Stamps of the Pan-American Exposition,
of Baseball in Buffalo
Photo Album - Pan-American Hotels and Lodgings
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