This Buffalo landmark, designed by well-known architects Jeremiah O'Rourke, William M. Aiken, and James Knox Taylor and ... More
Erie Community College City Campus
This Buffalo landmark, designed by well-known architects Jeremiah O'Rourke, William M. Aiken, and James Knox Taylor and modeled after the Flemish Gothic tradition, opened in 1901 as Buffalo's Main Post Office. The four story main court, with skylights, flows into spectacular arched galleries which make up the bulk of the building's space. It became the city campus of Erie Community College in 1975 after extensive renovation. Nearby attractions include Dunn Tire Park and Buffalo Place.
Founded in 1862 by Buffalo native and former President Millard Fillmore and housed in the last remaining building from the
1901 Pan American Exposition, the Society has exhibits on Western New York history from the first explorers to the ...
Known as Buffalo's city cemetery and in existence since 1849, this 267 acre property features the grave sites of some
of the city's most important citizens. Buried here are former U.S. President Millard Fillmore, Indian Chief Red Jacket, from ...
Located on a beautiful, mature campus at the edge of the Elmwood Avenue Strip, this unit of the State University
of New York (SUNY) system has made it its mission to ensure the best in public higher education while ...