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Niagara Band Organ Company Photo Search

2018 UPDATE: The Historical Society of the Tonawandas has dug up some decent photos from a distance. I am still looking for some clear ones, or ones showing original signage!

Some or all of the missing buildings may also be associated with the following entities:

  • A cooper and neighboring saloon (1893)
  • White Star Social Club (ca 1902)
  • Foster Specialty Company (ca 1917)
  • James Harris Garage (ca 1919)
  • Hamilton Transfer Company (ca 1919)
  • Auto and harness repair shop operated by Louis Holland and Arthur Neuman (ca 1920)
  • Frontier Auction House and Furniture Shop (ca 1925)
  • A store operated by Legrand Pletcher (ca 1933)
  • Brauer Park

In addition, the Niagara plant may have "photobombed," and thus be seen in the background, of other subjects:

  • Herschell-Spillman building on Thompson (ca 1912-)
  • Railroad station at Thompson and Vandervoort (facing east)
  • New York Central railroad yard at present-day Felton Field / City Hall
  • Felton Field (1919-)
  • Sweeney Cemetery (facing west)
  • City Hall at Payne + Thompson
  • North Presbyterian Church (facing northwest)

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