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Niagara Square pen and ink drawing by Michael Smith Graphics

Niagara Square in Buffalo, NY

Originally an actual square with a smaller inner traffic circle, Niagara Square was designed by Joseph Ellicott, a surveyor for the Holland Land Company in 1807. Standing at the center of the square is the McKinley Monument, which honors the memory of President William McKinley who was assassinated at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo in 1901. The 96 foot tall obelisk, dedicated in 1907, is made of Vermont marble and is surrounded by a fountain pool.

  • Framing Info

    • 11x14 and 14x18 Composite Wood Frame with 1" Facing
    • 16x20 Composite Wood Frame with 1-1/4" Facing
    • Frame Color: Black
    • View Matting and Framing Options on the Ordering Options Page
    • Recommended Mat Color: Black
Matting Color
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