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1. Lafayette High School

1. Lafayette High School

Front entrance to Lafayette High School, the oldest high school in Buffalo, New York. Building was completed and graduated its first class in 1903. A stone, brick and terra-cotta structure in the French Renaissance Revival style, by architects August Esenwein and James A. Johnson. In 2003, it celebrated its 100th anniversary, and is still operating as a public high shcool.

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