1901 Pan-American Exposition



Y/M/D Description Place
1900/00/00 Offering an electric carriage service exclusively for its guest, the Lenox converts into a hotel, probably to take advantage of the Pan-American Exposition crowds. Lenox Hotel, Buffalo, NY
1901/00/00 Pape is invited to exhibit 97 of his paintings in the Palace of American Archaeology and Ethnology at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. He will be awarded a medal for the collection.
1901/00/00 Buffalo History Museum is built as the New York State pavilion for the Pan American Exposition, and is the sole surviving permanent structure from the world's fair. Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, Buffalo, NY
1901/00/00 Intended to be used as the "Fine Arts Pavilion" at the Pan-American Exposition of 1901, delays in its construction on the Albright Art Gallery Greek revival building cause it not to be finished until 1905. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
1901/01/00 Samuel C Trubee's hotel host guests of the Pan-American Exposition, and its rates are the most expensive in the city: $3 per night. The Mansion on Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY
1901/05/01 Martin Couney opens the Baby incubator building, a care facility and exhibit for premature infants, at Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NY.
1901/07/00 Two Tiffany stained glass windows, currently installed by the main altar in Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church, are exhibited at the Pan-American Exposition in 1901. Holy Angels Church (Buffalo, NY), Buffalo, NY
1901/07/00 Berkeley Apartments host visitors to the Pan-American Exposition from May through November 1901. Berkeley Apartments, Buffalo, NY
1901/08/00 Returning to Buffalo, NY, on a visit, the Fitzgerald family explores the Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, Buffalo, NY
1901/09/06 George Williams, treasurer of the Expo, and his wife Annie ready their home for a party for William McKinley. The entrance hall crystal chandelier is lowered and fitted with candles, flowers decorate the parlors and the kitchen creates special dishes. Williams-Butler House, Buffalo, NY
1901/09/06 President William McKinley visits at the Niagara Falls Niagara Falls State Park, Niagara Falls, NY
1901/09/06 At the invitation of President William McKinley, Robert Lincoln attends the Pan-American Exposition. Arriving mid-afternoon, Lincoln is on his way to meet McKinley when Leon Czolgosz shoots the president.
1901/09/06 Leon F Czolgosz shoots President William McKinley twice at the Exposition's Temple of Music (stone marker on traffic island Fordham Dr and Lincoln Pkwy). The gun Czolgosz used can be seen by appointment at the Museum's Resource Center on Forest Ave. Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, Buffalo, NY

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