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Chat With the Library

The Library is always developing new ways for people to engage with us; in addition to our in-person, telephone and email reference request options, you can also speak directly with Library staff using our chat service. You can access this feature via the pop-up window located on every page of the library website. Simply click […]

Family Fun with Genealogy

Many wanting to learn more about their family history may feel overwhelmed by the seemingly daunting process. Genealogy research, however, is now easier than ever with the free and simple-to-use resources that CLP provides as well as other sites that are open to the public. Searching for family history through these resources is a fun […]

Research Request Forms

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh can provide limited research services for patrons seeking birth and death records, naturalization records, obituaries, and other documents. Below is a description of the records we hold. If what you need is not on the list, please use our General Questions form, and a staff member will follow up with you […]

Free Genealogy Websites Everyone Should Be Using

We’re excited to have remote access to Ancestry.com right now, but it’s not the only site out there for online genealogy research. Here’s a roundup of several sites the Pennsylvania Department routinely recommends. FamilySearch.org If you’re not familiar with FamilySearch, and you’re serious about genealogy research, please stop reading right now and go make a […]

Here to Help: Community Resource Guide in Reponse to the Shooting of Antwon Rose

The death of Antwon Rose II and the resulting trial of Michael Rosfeld have been and will continue to be triggering and traumatic events for the greater Pittsburgh area. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is a reliable source for information, resources and welcoming spaces where community members can gather and support one another. The following information and resources may be […]