The Squirrel Hill Historical Society is an organization of people committed to gathering, preserving, and celebrating the historical memories of our neighborhood, in the East End of Pittsburgh, PA.
Meetings are held regularly on topics of interest.
Meetings are FREE, held once a month at 7:30 p.m.
at The Church of the Redeemer, located at 5700 Forbes Avenue.
September 8, 2015 (Tuesday)
"Pittsburgh in World War I: Arsenal of the Allies"
speaker: ELIZABETH WILLIAMS-HERRMAN,
author and College Archivist at La Roche College
NEW BOOK OF INTEREST:
SHHS member Barbara Burstin, Ph.D., is the author of a new book that will be of great interest to many Squirrel Hill residents: Jewish Pittsburgh
, part of the Images of America series produced by Arcadia Press. The book contains more than 200 vintage photos, some of which have never been published before.
For more information about Pittsburgh’s Jewish history and to order Dr. Burstin’s books online, go to her website, pittsburghjewishhistory.com. Dr. Burstin will give a presentation about Jewish Pittsburgh at the SHHS meeting in September 2016.
"Videos of SHHS Meetings"
Videos of our meetings are now available to you.
The information on past events, (topics, speakers and videos) are listed in the
Past Events 2015
page or the
Past Events 2014
You can link to all meeting videos on SHHS Videos on YouTube
If you have any difficulty with these videos, please let us know.
We have had wonderful feedback on our book, Squirrel Hill, Pennsylvania (Images of America Series), written by our members! A limited number of copies will be available at our meetings.
Cost: $14 for members, $16 for non-members. Contact Mike (412-417-3707) for any questions.
The book can also be purchased online at Arcadia Publishing.
Last updated: August 24, 2015