Postcard Views: A Walk Down Main Street, Buffalo, New York, circa 1910


by Joseph Bieron and Paul McCarthy

Postcard Views incorporates beautiful photos of vintage postcards to illustrate the history of Buffalo and of the rise in popularity of postcards in the early 1900s. It includes maps of the area as it appeared at the turn of the century, highlighted to indicate where each of the buildings on the postcards could be found. This book is a perfect showcase for Buffalo’s unique architecture and history.

68 pages

ISBN: 9780978847647


About the authors…

Joseph Bieron was born in Buffalo and is a lifelong resident of Western New York. He taught chemistry at Canisius College for 40 years. In 1995, he founded Canisius College Press, which published books about Buffalo and Western New York history.

Paul McCarthy was born and had his early education in Rochester, NY. He entered the Society of Jesus, the Roman Catholic religious order of the Jesuits, in 1944. He taught chemistry at Canisius College from 1960 until his retirement from teaching in 1994. Since that time, he has been doing pastoral work at St. Thomas More Parish in Sandy, UT.

Additional information

Weight .4 lbs
Dimensions 10.2 × 6.3 × 0.3 in


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