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Western New York Architecture (Buffalo and Surrounding Towns)


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Buffalo, New York was founded on a rich tradition of architectural experimentation. The city contains buildings designed by American architecture masters like Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, and H.H. Richardson, making Buffalo one of the most architecturally significant cities in America.

The Pan-American Exposition was held in Buffalo from May 1 to November 2, 1901. Buffalo was chosen as the location because of its size (at the time it was the eighth largest city in the U.S. with a population of approximately 350,000) and also because of its well suited railway connections.

Renown authors F. Scott Fitzgerald and Mark Twain were both residents of Buffalo.

Dimensions102 × 76 cm


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