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448 Delaware Ave. Then: Robert B. Adam House. Now: TRM Architect. Who once lived there: Robert B. Adam, who came to the United States from Scotland in the late 1850s and later moved to Buffalo, where he established what was to become the Adam, Meldrum & Anderson department store. This Second Empire-style home, built in 1876, remained a private residence until about 1920. It was then converted to the Johnson and Wilkins Funeral Home.

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