My Public Talks and Tours Calendar

Power Point Topics -  List

Monday, November 4, 2019
2:00pm-3:00pm
Talk: "Does Buffalo Have a Future?"
Blocher Homes
135 Evans Street
Williamsville, NY 14221
716-632-5037
Free

Monday, December 16, 2019
7:00pm-8:00pm
Talk: "Does Buffalo Have a Future?
Canterbury Woods
705 Renaissance Drive, Williamsville, NY 14221
716-929-5817
Free

Wednesday,  December 18, 2019
10:00am-11:30am

Tour:
Ceilings and Skylights in Downtown Buffalo
Meet at Spot Coffee, 225 Delaware Avenue
Sponsored by Explore Buffalo
$15; Students $5; Pass holders free
Reservations encouraged

Monday,  December 30, 2010
1:00pm-4pm

Bus tour:
Buffalo Reawakens: The  Murals Bus Tour
Meet at First Presbyterian Church, 1 Symphony Corcle
Sponsored by Explore Buffalo

Reservations encouraged


Wednesday,  January 8, 2020
10:00am-11:30am

Walking tour:
Ceilings and Skylights in Downtown Buffalo
Meet at Spot Coffee, 225 Delaware Avenue
Sponsored by Explore Buffalo
$15; Students $5
; Pass holders free
Reservations encouraged

Wednesday,  February 19, 2020
10:00am-11:30am

Walking tour:  Ceilings and Skylights in Downtown Buffalo
Meet at Spot Coffee, 225 Delaware Avenue
Sponsored by Explore Buffalo
$15; Students $5
; Pass holders free
Reservations encouraged

Wednesday,  March 18, 2020
10:00am-11:30am

Walking tour:  Ceilings and Skylights in Downtown Buffalo
Meet at Spot Coffee, 225 Delaware Avenue
Sponsored by Explore Buffalo
$15; Students $5
; Pass holders free
Reservations encouraged

Wednesday,  April 22, 2020
10:00am-11:30am

Walking tour:  Skylights and Ceilings in Downtown Buffalo
Meet at Spot Coffee, 225 Delaware Avenue
Sponsored by Explore Buffalo
$15; Students $5
; Pass holders free
Reservations encouraged















Power Point Presentations - Topics

My Power Point Presentations listed below use photos and information from my Buffalo Architecture and History Website.
For inquiries or bookings, call 716-773-3147.
Buffalo History:
History of Buffalo Through Architecture - NEW
History of Hertel Avenue Highlights - NEW
History of Williamsville Highlights - NEW
Buffalo: An Early Modern Powerhouse - NEW
Niagara Street Industrial Heritage
US Presidents in Buffalo
Who's Who in Forest Lawn Cemetery
The Larkin-Hubbard-Wright Story: From Soap to Riches
The Women of Millionaires' Row and Their Houses
Notable Women in Buffalo's Past

Buffalo Architecture:

Revisiting V. Roger Lalli's 2002 "Buffalo My City" Watercolors NEW
Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo -  NEW
Buffalo's Outstanding Residential  Architecture - Part 1 - NEW
Buffalo's Outstanding Residential  Architecture - Part 2 - NEW
Buffalo's Outstanding Commercial and Non-residential Architecture - Part 1 - NEW
Buffalo's Outstanding Commercial and Non-residential Architecture - Part 2 - NEW
 
- NEW
Does Buffalo Have a Future? - NEW
Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus - NEW
Murals  - NEW
The Middlesex Neighborhood - NEW
The Colonial Circle Neighborhood - NEW
Top 10 Architectural Features
Buffalo's Grain Elevators: Icons or Eyesores?
Downtown Buffalo’s Beautiful Buildings Seen Through Binoculars
Downtown's Gorgeous Skylights and Ceilings
Buffalo's Interiors: Victorian Styles
Buffalo's Interiors: Colonial Revival Style
Buffalo's Interiors: Tudor Revival Style
Buffalo's Interiors: Art Deco Style
Buffalo's Interiors: Modern Style
Buffalo's Interiors: Neoclassical Style
Buffalo's Interiors: Arts & Crafts Styles  I
Buffalo's Renaissance: What's New in Buffalo
Fabulous Terra Cotta in Downtown Buffalo
Buffalo's Waterfront: From the Michigan Avenue Bridge to Canalside

Buffalo buildings: Then (1920) and Now (2020)
Victorian Styles of Architecture in Buffalo
Roman Influence on Western Architecture, With a Focus on Buffalo
Gothic Revival and Art Deco in Buffalo
Public Art in Buffalo
The 10 Best Buildings in Buffalo
The Statler, the Lafayette, and Other Examples of Adaptive Reuse
Outstanding Architectural Features of Downtown Buildings
Color and Pizzazz  in Postmodern Downtown Buildings

Buffalo's Jewels: Stained Glass Windows
A Sampling of Buffalo Architecture
Buffalo Architecture: Details - Part 1
Buffalo Architecture: Details - Part 2
Buffalo Architecture: Details - Part 3
Art Deco in Buffalo
Buffalo as an Architectural Museum
Name The Buffalo Building
Name The E. B. Green Building


Allentown Neighborhood
Bidwell Parkway
Central Park Neighborhood
Delaware Avenue Between North and Tupper Streets
Delaware Mansions
The Houses on Lincoln Parkway
Oakland Place  
The Parkside Neighborhood
Symphony Circle Neighborhood
University Heights

Houses of Worship:
Roman Catholic Churches in Buffalo
Seven Amazing Sacred Spaces in Buffalo
Churches in Buffalo
Stained Glass in Buffalo
History and Art of Annunciation (Our Lady of Hope) RC Church

Travelogues:

Great Buildings in Milan, Italy
Great Buildings in Western France

European Roots of Buffalo Architecture:

Italian Roots of Buffalo Architecture
Greek Roots of Buffalo Architecture
English Roots of Buffalo Architecture
French Roots of Buffalo Architecture
Neoclassical Style of Architecture

American Architecture and Furniture:
American Architecture and Furniture: Arts & Crafts 
American Architecture and Furniture: Art Deco

Biographical articles:


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