South Buffalo the Way It Was
by Roger Roberge Rainville


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South Buffalo - The Way It Was -

If you were ever part of South Buffalo this is a great book for you: pre-baby boomers, baby boomers and generations beyond. It touches on all of the South Buffalo areas and is guaranteed to have something interesting for every reader.  Read more...


 
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Overview

South Buffalo - The Way It Was -

If you were ever part of South Buffalo this is a great book for you: pre-baby boomers, baby boomers and generations beyond. It touches on all of the South Buffalo areas and is guaranteed to have something interesting for every reader. It will take you back to both, things you forgot and things you remember. Besides containing things you forgot or remember - it is certain you will learn a whole lot about things you never knew. For instance: Where is the area in Buffalo called, the Valley? A lot of people have no clue at all. Or...What were all the stores and bars in the Old First Ward, the Valley, the Seneca/Babcock area, or on Seneca Street, Abbott Road and South Park? You will find out when you read this very informative book. Besides names of businesses, stores and bars, you will be able to recognize the names of a ton of people from the areas you were familiar with. Many memories will flood in - guaranteed

Some comments from inside the book:

"What makes South Buffalo great?"It's not events, places or buildings, it's the people." George Tutuska

"Even after leaving this area, a lot of people I know come back to visit. It's still their home Even me I like coming back here now and then. My heart is definitively still here." Joe Lucenti (Valley)

"I think if you talked to any of the members from the 50's and 60's, they would all agree that some of the best times of their lives were spent at The Boys Club." Dan Neaverth (Seneca/Babcock)

The author, Roger Rainville, labored over 10 years putting this wonderful book together, now finally yours to enjoy.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781945423048
  • ISBN-10: 1945423048
  • Publisher: Five Stone Publishing
  • Publish Date: January 2017
  • Page Count: 256
  • Dimensions: 9.21 x 6.14 x 0.54 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 pounds


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