Published by Lewis Historical Publishing, NY, 1923. Good - damage to rear board corner of Vol. IV, Vols I-III very good, a bit musty smelling. Tight bindings, solid spines, clean unmarked texts, tear to rear cover of Vol. Affects some internal pages (see photos).
Illustrated, 4tos, ¾ bound in black faux leather with dark green buckram boards. A definitive history of Buffalo up to the year of publication. Partial Contents: The Early French End of the French Regime Under English Dominion After the War Land Titles First Decade of the Nineteenth Century The War of 1812 and After Waterways and Canal Construction History of the Canals History of Buffalo Harbor Buffalo, a City - Early Beginnings The Republican Party - The Civil War Period The Constructive Period Municipality Courts & Lawyers The Medical Fraternity The Monetary Institution The Newspaper Press The Railway Era Public Education Collegiate and Secondary Education Literature, Arts and Music of Buffalo Protestant Churches Biographies of Important Citizens The Roman Catholic Churches of the Diocese of Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Charities, Clubs, Societies, etc Leather Industries Grain and Flour Lumber and its Kindred Industries Coal and Oil Metalliferous and Allied Industries A Cattle Mart Diversified Industries The Spanish and World War Periods Deceased Distinguished Citizens of Buffalo Appendix: Courts and Lawyers Appendix: Public Education.