Open: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
11 am to 4pm
Research, tours, displays on exhibit, new items in our Gift Shop. Masks are required to enter. Thank you for your courtesy and understanding.
- Museum Tours: offered on Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 1 pm by reservation only
- Shenango China Display (see below)
- Books and DVDs available in our on site gift shop
- Our online store offers a wide variety of items: books, gift items, CDs, DVDs, and memorabilia
Take a Tour!
Did you know you can tour our 1904-05 Edwardian-style Colonial Revival Residence, built for George and Alice White Greer?
By reservation only.
Tuesdays and Thursdays @ 1 pm.
Your Support is Appreciated
Without your generous support, the Historical Society could not continue their important mission to preserve, protect and display the heritage of all the citizens of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
We still need your support especially during these difficult times. Please consider a donation TODAY. Any amount is welcomed.
NEW SHENANGO CHINA DISPLAY
INCLUDES PLATES FEATURING: Jacqueline and President John F. Kennedy, President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s first birthday in the White House, famous local people, Christmas plate collections, and many others.
This display showcases a new assembly of Shenango China. It was meticulously put together by Jim Witon, volunteer and chair of the archives committee.
SECOND FLOOR – MARYANN GALIANO ROOM (dedicated to a former board member and long-time volunteer who passed away in June of 2020).
From the Beginning
Tales of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Western Pennsylvania’s Rural Escape
Maryann Galiano Room Dedication
On October 24, 2020 at 2:00 pm, we dedicated a room on the second floor of the Joseph A. Clavelli Cultural Heritage Center in memory of our former board member and long-time volunteer, Maryann Galiano. The room which contains an extensive display of our Shenango China is now known as the Maryann Galiano Room. Among her many contributions, this is a room she dedicated an enormous amount of time to organizing the myriad of information found there. People in attendance were wearing masks and social distancing due to COVID-19 restrictions. Others attended via Zoom.