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15 Pine Street

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June 2, 1946
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2017
Photo credit: Wilbur H. Porterfield (photographer) via Buffalo History Museum

Location

15 Pine Street, Buffalo, NY 14204
Now part of a Larger 1 Pine Street parcel
SBL: 111.18-1-2
Ellicott Council District
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*Erie County Property Info County Tax Map (loads GIS page)
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Owner

FIRST SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH per City of Buffalo Property Information
NYS Corporation and Business Entity Database

Physical Description

Two story brick house at the northeast corner of Booth Alley. According to Daily Public, it was a "mixture of Late Federal, Georgian, and “Carpenter’s Gothic” styles"

Current Condition

Demolished for a vacant lot. Now the small lawn of a church. The alley was also lost.

History

  • 1872 - "The house dated back to at least, and may well have predated, 1872." Daily Public
    • 'in use as a boarding house with a rear workshop along the alley; a currier, railroad porter, carpenter, machinist, blacksmith, whitewasher, and other skilled laborers lived there at various times.'
  • 1959 - "The house could not have survived much long after 1959, when bulldozers began ripping a path through the Ellicott District Redevelopment Area." Daily Public

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Added 2018-09-05 • Last changed 2018-09-05