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The w:H.H. Richardson Complex (formerly known as the State Lunatic Asylum, Buffalo State Hospital, etc.), w:Buffalo, New York.

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Source Library of Congress, call number HABS NY,15-BUF,9-1
Author Jack E. Boucher
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