Just a quick little photo dump. It has been days of running from one session to the next and squeezing in a few tours along the way. Instead of lunch, we ran over to the Buffalo City Hall for a tour at noon.
This building was started in 1929 and finished in 1931. It is the second largest City Hall in the U. S..
This is the sky light above the City Council meeting room. Reminded me the Senate meeting room in D.C..
It is an amazing example of Art Deco architecture.
These are the original seats. They are very narrow and have wire holders on the bottom of them to hold men's fedora hats. Beautiful woodwork.
Plus, you can see for more or less 15 miles from the observation deck at the top.
Even with all of its beautiful historic treasures, the most wonderful asset of this city is the graciousness and friendliness of every resident we have had the pleasure to meet. Very warm and welcoming and interested in the preservation conference in their town. Proud of their city... and rightfully so.
I have to get some sleep!! I'm sorry I haven't had time to visit, but you know I'll be around again soon! Have a great weekend! blessings ~ tanna