Do you remember the German Festivals held at Buffalo's Schiller Park? On City of Buffalo Website Architecture links - History - by Gregory Stein Photos - from the collection of Ronald R. I lived on Fougeron St. But Atlanta is a different place with different mentalities and beaurocracies. My Granparents owned Gressman's Bakery on Genesee St. Plus, it's such a fun architecture to be within. There was such a time.
I miss everything, but it was a shock to see that the rest of the world does not have Friday night fish fries, beef on weck, 3 hours when everything closes on Good Friday, butter lambs, the Broadway Market or a cemetary that comes close to the beauty and history of Forest Lawn. It's frustrating to drive around in Buffalo and see the state it is in. And so much to see and do at the broadway market on weekends. Kreme Kraft was favorite hangout on Fillmore Ave. He had a woman who worked for him named Cookie who lived in the neighborhood. Also, most of the goods were modestly priced, unlike other popular antique shops like Shawnee Barns.
This is a wonderful site, and I am glad it was sent to me. I also went through the Albright Knox Art Gallery and a new museum--Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum on Elmwood and Summer. Save myself and the fam a 3 day stay in the bathroom. His land was beautiful with the ponds, wild life and snapping turtles. If we could just get a real pizza down here.
And The Juice Got Squeezed Out O. Thanks for the memories Karl and thanks to the great people of Buffalo for their wonderful comments taking those of us back to what was once a great city and place to live. Separate door on side of building for access to restaurant portion. We were crossing a bridge and I missed it. Also, the process of converting the images to a browser compatible format resulted in an increase in image size. The floors were filthy as well as the buffet area. Brother Peter and Brother Phillip so well.
Photo shows the Grand Staircase room, opposite end of the room from the staircase itself. Rose 16-Jul-2006 10:56 All the memories. What the h are our politicians doing to help the area? The story and characters also really draw you in. Kindergarten at school 58, then off to the nuns at Queen of the most Holy Rosary school on Sycamore and Sobieski. Also, on those plates which border on other plates in this manner, an edge connector specifiying the bordering plate's letter-number designator can be found in this border area. Two of my friends went to work for Liberty Bank, right out of High School as comptometer operators.
Sharon Buchholz Robb Mike 22-Dec-2005 00:10 I recently moved from Buffalo to Arizona and, at this early juncture, don't regret it. Located at 1445 Falls St. The down side will mean higher taxes, lower wages and cold weather. Contact the website where you found it. LoGalbo Brothers If you ever encounter any photos or other memorabilia of their shop, I would appreciate a look.
Kennedy waved to every Buffalonian in site, and Christmas Parades were held. Laurie G 04-Sep-2007 02:08 I lived in South Buffalo from 1967-1985 then moved south as an adult. Too bad no photos of Offerman Stadium exist. We even did the trip to Niagara Falls after dances! Linda Massey Szefler 06-Oct-2011 14:20 Wayne and Robin. The destruction its leaders have visited upon it Wright factory bldg, near destruction of Martin House, downtown Main Street, Broderick Park Restaurant and the oldest Buffalo house nearby and on and on are hard to imagine. To see Santa at the end was great. President William McKinley was assassinated inside the building on September 6, 1901.
Before Friday's and the Olive Garden, there was the Ground Round. Use to walk around the block and visit with friends all the time. Jack 20-Nov-2011 11:18 I was born on Sidney Street, January 1950 and lived there until 1970. My Thanks to Roy for sharing these rare views of the engine! They capture many parts of my family history. The times were slow and easy as compared to today. Hanging out at Santis on Vermont Street and putting a bag of peanuts in my pop.
My best friend, Mike Massey, lived at 1414 Fillmore, about 3 doors down from the Tavern. Bar and bar back feature art deco elements. Will we ever have big department downtown stores again, probably not. Don't believe the hype these people are saying about this restaurant. Taxes and jobs are a big part of why people are moving away.