As a follow-up to my post about architect Henry Hobson Richardson, I’ll highlight a couple of buildings done in his trademark style.

This is the former Wichita, Kansas, City Hall building, which now houses the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum.

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The building was designed by William T. Proudfoot and George W. Bird and was built in 1890.

This next one is the Erie County Savings Bank, built in Buffalo, New York, inĀ 1893 and demolished in 1968.

Niagara Street: 1908

It was designed by George B. Post, who also designed the New York Stock Exchange building.

Here’s a site with more pictures and history on this lost Buffalo architectural treasure.