Lewis and Clark Library Buffalo

The Lewis and Clark Library has long been identified with the granite buffalo sculpture outside, which was originally commissioned by Colonel Charles Broadwater for his bank. It came into possession of the library after the bank was destroyed by fire. Here, the buffalo sits in front of the library when it was located in what is now the Grandstreet Theatre building.

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