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The Historical Society of Mount Lebanon cannot offer legal advice, or grant permission or consent concerning the use of any images on its site. Since The Historical Society of Mount Lebanon makes no claim of copyright ownership of the images on the site, it cannot grant use for any commercial purposes. All responsibility for questions of copyright is assumed by the person or entity wishing to use the image. The Historical Society cannot assist in efforts to research potential third-party rights holders. By using any image on the Society’s web site, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Society from any third party claims or liability which may result from said use. Further if your use is going to take place outside the United States, you will need to be aware of the laws of the country in which you will be using the material and the treaties and conventions in which it participates. This page from the Library on Congress provides their guidance on the use of images.

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6:00 pm Bell, Book & Scandal
Bell, Book & Scandal
May 31 @ 6:00 pm
The four corners where Washington Road, Castle Shannon Boulevard, and Lebanon Avenue intersect is one of the most history-laden intersections in Mt. Lebanon. You’ll start this 90-minute hardly-any-walking walking tour with a behind-the-scenes look at[...]
10:00 am Neighborhood Spotlight: Beverly ...
Neighborhood Spotlight: Beverly ...
Aug 5 @ 10:00 am
Prepare yourself for in-depth look at the history and architecutral styles of Beverly Heights. On a one-mile circuit of the area’s streets, you’ll see a variety of styles built before and after World War II and learn[...]
7:00 pm Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm
Our speaker, Jack Puglisi, shares with us information about one of our beloved, wise and industrious “Founding Fathers.”    Had he prevailed, would we still be eating turkey on Thanksgiving?
7:00 pm Voices From the Attic: The Willi...
Voices From the Attic: The Willi...
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm
Author Carleton Young shares with us his journey after discovering hundreds of letters from two Civil War soldiers.
7:00 pm Veteran’s storytelling
Veteran’s storytelling
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm
In honor of Veterans Day, we will have a veterans Storytelling Program
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