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The Pan-American Exposition: Then and Now

The Pan-American Exposition: Then and Now

From the A collection of visual stories from Western New York: 2021 series

On Sept. 6, 1901, anarchist Leon Czolgosz mortally wounded President William McKinley during McKinley's visit to the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. Take a journey back through the structures that were built for the exposition and what is there now.

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Ellen Przepasniak has worked at The Buffalo News since 2016. She holds a bachelor's degree in English from SUNY Fredonia and a master's in print journalism from Boston University.

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A 1901 Model C Packard, which was once driven in a 1901 endurance run from New York City that was headed to Buffalo during the Pan-American Exposition, was unveiled Saturday by museum owner James Sandoro, who remarked on the car's historic lineage.

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