Caption: Residence of E. S. Dann, southwest corner of Delaware and Utica Street.
Present site of the North Presbyterian Church.

Source: "The Picture Book of Earlier Buffalo," Frank H. Severance, ed. Buffalo Historical Society, Vol. 16, 1912. p. 432 (Online)


George B. Webster House.

"The Romantic tradition that brought into being evocative landscape such as that of Forest Lawn was also responsible  for the Gothic Revival, an architectural movement that was well-represented on Delaware Avenue . In 1848 Richard Upjohn was invited to Buffalo to design St. Paul's Episcopal Church, a building he is said to have regarded as his best work. As a result of his work at St. Paul's, the famous New York architect was asked by George B. Webster,  a local insurance agent and one of the members of the vestry, to design a house for him on Delaware Avenue. The brick villa (located on the southwest corner of Delaware and Utica) was a fine example of Gothic Revival domestic architecture that included decorative verge boards and tall gables." - The Grand American Avenue 1850-1920, "Delaware Avenue," by Francis R. Kowsky, p. 41