Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped

LBPH

Open Today

  • Sun. Closed
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  • Fri.
  • Sat. Closed

Accessibility

Fully ADA Compliant

Bus Routes

77, 54C, 54D, 71A, 71C, 82

All bus routes are subject to change. Please visit the Port Authority of Allegheny County for up-to-date schedules.

Parking Options

  • Meter
  • Free
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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (LBPH) is a network library of the Library of Congress National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. The staff of LBPH can answer reference questions about anything from the weather to accessible technology. Staff is also available to discuss the latest bestsellers and favorite authors and to suggest new titles you may enjoy. Our print and electronic collections include large print books, audio described DVDs, audio books and magazines, physical Braille books and downloadable audio and Braille services through BARD.

Events

Latest From the Library

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Holiday Music from eCLP

Mon., Dec. 5
It can be a drag trying to find music to spice up your holiday party or family gathering. So many compilations seem like they have either been overdone or don’t quite set the mood. Other recordings may be more appropriate for the car ride to grandma’s house or a family sing-along that come with the risk of cramping your style. Luckily, Alexander Street Press, one…
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On Her Own: The Legacy of Diane Rehm

Wed., Nov. 30
Diane Rehm, known for her popular NPR program "The Diane Rehm Show" for the past 37 years, plans to retire this year. If you, like I, will miss Rehm's regular presence and voice on air, be sure to check out her latest book, a memoir of her first real experience of living alone: How the expansion of time after her husband's death forced her—all at…

Staff Picks

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Where History and Mystery Collide

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson discern an international conspiracy from a series of murders, betrayal, and tragic events from around the British Empire.