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Cyclorama Building

  • 369 Franklin Street
  • Buffalo, NY 14202

Built in 1888 by Architects, Cyrus K Porter & Son. This unique building originally opened to showcase a large painting, "The Crucifixion of Christ" to over 1,000 visitors daily from 1888-1890 followed by another exhibit, "The Battle of Gettysburg". Followed by many different uses and most known as the Grosvenor Library from 1942-1963 followed by office use as it is today.


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