William Dorsheimer was an American lawyer, journalist and politician. Contents. [
hide]. 1 Early life; 2 Career; 3 Personal life. 3.1 H. H. Richardson. 4 References ...
William Dorsheimer was born on February 5, 1832 in Lyons, New York. When he
was 5 his parents moved to Buffalo. When he reached school age he attended ...
William Dorsheimer spent only the early portion of his adult life in Buffalo, ... His
parents, Philip and Sarah Dorsheimer, had emigrated from Germany, and later ...
H. H. Richardson / William Dorsheimer House / Buffalo, New York / 1869-71. 434-
438 Delaware Avenue. National Register of Historic Places. Source: Buffalo ...
In 1868 William Dorsheimer, a Buffalo-based Lieutenant Governor of New York,
persuaded community leaders to bring Frederick Law Olmsted to create a park ...
Biographies for Francis J. Kraft, Frank A. Kraft, Adam Cornelius, Augustus Fuchs,
Philip Dorsheimer, William Dorsheimer, John Philipp Einsfeld, Bernhard Dufner ...
William Dorsheimer Community Partner Award: Days Park Block Club Volunteers
of the Year Award: Nancy DeTine & Jim Mendola RSVP: By May 26, 2015.
Jun 4, 2015 ... The William Dorsheimer Community Partner Award recognizes commitment to
park stewardship, community bridge building and the legacy of ...
438 Delaware, known as the Dorsheimer Mansion. William Dorsheimer was a
Buffalo attorney who became the city's Commissioner of Parks and engaged ...
In 1869, he was invited to be a guest of influential Buffalo businessman and
politician William Dorsheimer at the newly established Buffalo Club. The third