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Grover Cleveland and Millard Fillmore

The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center In cooperation with Forest Lawn Cemetery Presents:

A rare and impressive exhibit of artifacts and historical information associated with all the Presidents who have visited or lived in Buffalo.

Presidents in Buffalo
Can be seen from Sept 6, thru December 20, 2016 at the Margaret L. Wendt Archive and Resource Center, next to Main Street, across from Canisius College

Open every day 9:00am - 5:00 pm
Free Admission


Press - 11/11/2010
Buffalo Rising - 11/08/2010
Buffalo Business First - 11/05/2010
Buffalo Law Journal - 11/04/2010
Buffalo News Editorial - 04/23/2007



Western New York's Connection to the Presidency

Our Mission

The mission of The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center is to encourage the study, exploration, interpretation and public awareness of Buffalo and Western New York's contribution to the Presidency and national affairs. Our main focus is on Buffalo's two presidents, Millard Fillmore and Grover Cleveland, but our interest includes other Western New Yorkers who have shaped our nation as leading participants in national government, the judiciary, policymaking, and public affairs.

Through spotlighting this historical legacy, we hope to promote interest in contemporary issues related to the Presidency and national affairs.

SPECIAL EVENT: Lincoln In Buffalo 150 Years

Click here to visit our Lincoln150 events page


Find out more about upcoming and past events on our events page.

ABPC Newsletter

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Western New York Resource Guide

The Western New York Resource Guide is a reference for on-line viewers who are interesting in learning about, contacting or visiting presidential, historical, architectural, religious and other noteworthy sites in the Buffalo and WNY region. Click on the link below to locate information on more than 80 sites in the WNY region.

This guide was designed and written by Mr. Shelby O’Neill, an intern with the ABPC during the summer of 2011. This internship was made possible by a grant  from the Monroe D. Ray/Empire Chapter of the American Political Items Collectors.

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