The Hotel Lafayette: restoring Louise Bethune's masterpiece : an intimate look at the revival of one of Buffalo's architectural treasures
The Hotel Lafayette, Restoring Louise Bethune's Masterpiece captures the energy and excitement surrounding the rebirth of one of Buffalo, NY's most treasured landmarks. Originally opened in 1904, the Hotel Lafayette was designed by Buffalo's Louise Blanchard Bethune, the country's first professional woman architect. After decades of neglect, the hotel has been meticulously restored in breathtaking architectural detail and has taken its place on the National Register of Historic Places. Local award-winning photographer, Jacqueline Albarella has captured this remarkable restoration in stunning, full-color combined with historical background information and first-hand insights from some of the dozens of craftsmen and artisans who worked on the project. -- From back cover.
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