The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center Museum and Library are Western Pennsylvania’s premier Masonic historical resources.
The Library contains more than 2,000 volumes documenting Masonic and fraternal history around the world, including collections on Scottish, Irish and British Freemasonry and extensive collections on the Independent Order of Oddfellows. The Library also possesses the largest collection of history and documentation of Freemasonry in Western Pennsylvania, including lodge and organizational histories.
The Museum is comprised of more than 3,000 artifacts documenting the history of Freemasonry in Western Pennsylvania, including Masonic aprons, memorabilia and regalia.
To arrange access to the Library for research, please contact Mike Marcus at email@example.com. The library is not currently lending materials but is available for onsite research.
The Museum is accepting select materials and artifacts for addition to the collection. To inquire about donating or loaning items to the Museum, please contact Mike Marcus at firstname.lastname@example.org.