WNED PBS History
Reimagining a Buffalo Landmark Tease
Clip | 2m 8s
This WNED-TV original production shares the 150-year history and massive rehabilitation effort of a national landmark in Buffalo, NY designed by architect H.H. Richardson, with landscape by Frederick Law Olmsted. Originally built as the Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane, the buildings and grounds are undergoing rehabilitation efforts to transform the campus into a community asset for the future.
Aired: 04/12/19 |
Richardson Olmsted Campus: One Docent’s Family Story
Clip | 4m 16s
Richardson Olmsted Campus History
Clip | 2m 37s
Richardson Olmsted Campus: A Bird's Eye View
Clip | 5m 2s
Reimagining a Buffalo Landmark
Special | 28m 30s
Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing Western New York
Special | 26m 40s
The Klondike Gold Rush
Special | 56m 3s
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