Digitally retouched, Buffalo print of the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, by Eric Woods of Buffalo History Buff. This building is now known as Hotel Henry or the H. H. Richardson complex. Printed on archival quality paper, this is a beautiful reproduction of iconic architecture in Buffalo, NY’s history.
$20.00 – $100.00
Buffalo Psych Center – taken from a postcard circa 1905 – The Buffalo Psych Center, now the Hotel Henry, AKA the Olmsted-Richardson Campus. This image shows the original clay roofing, before it was replaced with slate w/ copper flashing. The hospital faces south for natural sunlight, and originally had five step-back wings on each side of the central administrative building, with one side each for men & women, and each wing representing increased levels of potentially dangerous patients as they got further away from the center. Buffalo State College resides on former work-therapy farmland for the patients.
Reproduction prints of vintage Buffalo area advertising and architecture. Original vintage images are culled from our private collection, and printed and matted in our home on archival quality paper with archival quality ink, rated to last at least 100 years without any fading. The size listed includes the matting, so that the image is ready to “pop-in” to a standard frame of the same dimensions.
|Dimensions||10 × 8 × 1 in|
Matted to 11" x 14", 11" x 14" Framed, Matted to 8" x 10", 8" x 10" Framed, Matted to 16" x 20", 16" x 20" Framed