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Scottdale Historical Society

Scottdale Historical Society We preserve and promote the history of the community of Scottdale, Pa. through community events and maintaining the Loucks Homestead

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This group is the first step in preserving what was once one of the richest towns in America. Each distinctive building is woven into the history of Scottdale, Pennsylvania, an industrial town founded in 1874. Prior to 1874 Scottdale was named Fountain Mills.

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Thank you to everyone that came out to see us at the Scottdale Fall Festival, day one! If you haven’t had a chance yet, ...
09/17/2022

Thank you to everyone that came out to see us at the Scottdale Fall Festival, day one! If you haven’t had a chance yet, stop by Saturday or Sunday. We can’t wait to share a few pieces of Scottdale history with you!

The Scottdale Historical Society and the Scottdale 150th is back for another Scottdale Fall Festival! We are showcased i...
09/14/2022

The Scottdale Historical Society and the Scottdale 150th is back for another Scottdale Fall Festival! We are showcased in the Stepping Stone store.

Some of our displays will include vintage Scottdale photos, artifacts, memorabilia. Entries from the 2022 high school students Home town memories contest will also be available to read and enjoy. There will also be question cards to help promote Scottdale's 150th anniversary, celebrated in 2024.

We are also looking for volunteers and ideas on how to be part of the 150 anniversary and Historical Society.

Stop in and say hello! We look forward to seeing you!

Can you help identify these people?  The Scottdale Historical Society needs help to reach out to find the wedding couple...
09/04/2022

Can you help identify these people? The Scottdale Historical Society needs help to reach out to find the wedding couple's family.

The photo from circa 1940 shows a wedding party. The man in the back row L-R third is Simon (Pat) Miller. He grew up in West Overton. The photos were submitted by the family of Pat's younger brother.

The goal is to find the family of the wedding couples relatives, to give them the wonderful set of four 8 x 10" photos.

Replies may be submitted to;
[email protected] or 724.619.1874

Stop by the Scottdale Historical Society's booth during Picnic in the Park and write an encouraging note to Pat Hill sta...
08/21/2022

Stop by the Scottdale Historical Society's booth during Picnic in the Park and write an encouraging note to Pat Hill stating your thanks for saving Greystone Manor. If there’s rain, you can find us at the Loucks Homestead!

There’s other fun stuff happening, so stop by for more!

The Scottdale Historical Society thanks you for supporting the tag sale this weekend. We truly appreciate the continued ...
08/07/2022

The Scottdale Historical Society thanks you for supporting the tag sale this weekend. We truly appreciate the continued community support!

05/20/2022

We’re on Instagram! Add us for fun and interesting photo content! Lots of good things to come.

Find us by searching our handle, scottdalehistoricalsociety

12/03/2021

The Scottdale Historical Society is going to be at Scottdale's Light Up Night tomorrow, December 4th!

Stop by and see us!

11/30/2021
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Today is Giving Tuesday! If you're feeling generous, we're always grateful for donations!

Use this link to access our Paypal account https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=7T3Z7XGZKPSKQ

Donations help keep the Loucks House in working order, fund some of our events that the community has come to know and love, and help us promote our beautiful town and all of it's history.

If you're able to donate, we thank you for your generosity!

Even if you're unable to donate, please share with your friends. More information on the Scottdale Historical Society can be found at our website, www.scottdalehistoricalsociety.com

10/30/2021

Just a reminder that tonight is the final evening for Shadows of Scottdale 2021. Tickets are still available for our 7:30p.m. and 9:30 p.m. tours. Come dressed for the weather (hopefully the forecast will work in our favor) and meet at near The Geyer Performing Arts Center for the start of the tours!

Just Added!!! 8pm tour for tonight's Shadows of Scottdale. Get your tickets online now!https://scottdale-historical-soci...
10/23/2021
Shadows of Scottdale 2021

Just Added!!! 8pm tour for tonight's Shadows of Scottdale. Get your tickets online now!
https://scottdale-historical-society.ticketleap.com/shadows-of-scottdale-2021/

Shadows of Scottdale is a downtown horror tour that will explore the dark, TRUE history of Scottdale's dearly departed. This year’s one-hour tour will feature a collection of new stops and stories of historically accurate tragedies in Scottdale. Expect tales of gruesome murders, robberies, fires, ...

A limited number of tickets remain for the 7:30 p.m. Shadows of Scottdale Tour this Saturday!  Get your tickets now befo...
10/22/2021
Shadows of Scottdale 2021

A limited number of tickets remain for the 7:30 p.m. Shadows of Scottdale Tour this Saturday! Get your tickets now before that tour sells out!

Next Saturday (Oct. 30) we have added a 7:30 p.m. tour that will start outside of the Geyer Performing Arts Center. These tickets are $15 and DO NOT include the "Misery" performance. Tickets are still available for our 9:30 p.m. tours that include the option to enjoy the "Misery" show!

Get Your Tickets NOW! https://scottdale-historical-society.ticketleap.com/shadows-of-scottdale-2021/dates

Shadows of Scottdale is a downtown horror tour that will explore the dark, TRUE history of Scottdale's dearly departed. This year’s one-hour tour will feature a collection of new stops and stories of historically accurate tragedies in Scottdale. Expect tales of gruesome murders, robberies, fires, ...

It's looking like the wet weather we have seen today will be moving out just in time for our Shadows of Scottdale Tours ...
10/16/2021
Shadows of Scottdale 2021

It's looking like the wet weather we have seen today will be moving out just in time for our Shadows of Scottdale Tours tonight! Just be sure to be dressed for the weather and join us after our tours for a showing of the 1959 classic House on Haunted Hill at the Geyer Performing Arts Center (movie should start around 8:30 p.m.).

There are a few tickets remaining for the 7 p.m. and 7:30 tours tonight, so get them before it's too late or join us over the next two weekends!

https://scottdale-historical-society.ticketleap.com/shadows-of-scottdale-2021/dates

Shadows of Scottdale is a downtown horror tour that will explore the dark, TRUE history of Scottdale's dearly departed. This year’s one-hour tour will feature a collection of new stops and stories of historically accurate tragedies in Scottdale. Expect tales of gruesome murders, robberies, fires, ...

Just a reminder that tickets for Shadows of Scottdale should be purchased in advance online!  Our 7 p.m. tour for tonigh...
10/02/2021

Just a reminder that tickets for Shadows of Scottdale should be purchased in advance online! Our 7 p.m. tour for tonight has sold out and tickets are available for 7:30 p.m.
https://scottdale-historical-society.ticketleap.com/shadows-of-scottdale-2021/dates

After the tours tonight, stick around and join us at the Geyer Performing Arts Center for a free showing of the classic 1962 movie "Carnival of Souls."

Great shoutout to Shadows of Scottdale. Starts this Saturday evening. Visit our page and website for ticket inf...
10/01/2021

Great shoutout to Shadows of Scottdale. Starts this Saturday evening. Visit our page and website for ticket info!

Scottdale in Westmoreland County is having a unique "Shadows of Scottdale" tour every Saturday evening in October where you can learn the dark history of the borough's dearly departed!

Learn more at: https://www.scottdalehistoricalsociety.com/

This Saturday kicks off our Shadows of Scottdale tours for the month!  If you joined us in the past, the eight stops are...
10/01/2021
Scottdale Historical Society - Walking Tours

This Saturday kicks off our Shadows of Scottdale tours for the month! If you joined us in the past, the eight stops are all new stories this year!

Only a few tickets remain for our 7 p.m. tour and with the beautiful fall evening weather in the forecast, we have opened up our 7:30 p.m. tour for ticket sales! Get your tickets now for this weekend, or plan to join us on Saturday evenings through October 30th!

The Scottdale Historical Society is hosting scary walking tours of downtown Scottdale. Called “Shadows of Scottdale”, these tours are not ghost stories, but real, horrific events that happened in town.

Today’s the day! Come see us at Michael’s 50’s Diner at 5:00pm at the Scottdale Fall Festival!
09/17/2021

Today’s the day! Come see us at Michael’s 50’s Diner at 5:00pm at the Scottdale Fall Festival!

Even more  pictures! Any guesses where the “now” is? Bring your guesses to our booth at Michael’s 50’s Diner (former Tar...
09/16/2021

Even more pictures! Any guesses where the “now” is? Bring your guesses to our booth at Michael’s 50’s Diner (former Tartel’s Restaurant) starting tomorrow at 5:00pm!

We’ll also be offering guided walking tours on Saturday and Sunday at 1:00pm, 3:00pm, and 5:00pm, featuring some of the locations in our posts! Donations for the tour are appreciated.

More  pictures! Any guesses where the “now” is? Bring your guesses to our booth at Michael’s 50’s Diner (former Tartel’s...
09/15/2021

More pictures! Any guesses where the “now” is? Bring your guesses to our booth at Michael’s 50’s Diner (former Tartel’s Restaurant) starting Friday at 5:00pm!

We’ll also be offering guided walking tours on Saturday and Sunday at 1:00pm, 3:00pm, and 5:00pm, featuring some of the locations in our posts! Donations for the tour are appreciated.

Any of these pictures look familiar? The Scottdale Historical Society will be located at the former Tartel’s Restaurant ...
09/14/2021

Any of these pictures look familiar?

The Scottdale Historical Society will be located at the former Tartel’s Restaurant for the Scottdale Fall Festival. Stop by and see us for some more fun, including a walking tour!

Until then, keep an eye on our page for more info. Share with your friends!

In 1900 the top of Pittsburgh Street looking east was quite different. Left to right: the brick building was home of the...
09/13/2021

In 1900 the top of Pittsburgh Street looking east was quite different. Left to right: the brick building was home of the Kennell Grocery Store, followed by the Overholt building with businesses on the street level and apartments above. On the right notice the Victorian towers on the residence of Dr. Kerr, later the home of Dr. Delserone. The three story business was Hurst Department Store, known for women’s fashions and home goods, from rugs to fabrics to draperies. Today’s view shows the only remaining structure, the Overholt building.

09/02/2021

We need help!

The Scottdale Historical Society is looking to fill out our yearbook collection. Any donation of years we don’t currently have for Scottie, East Huntington, and Southmoreland would be greatly appreciated. Please send a private message and we can coordinate a pickup/drop off.

The yearbooks we currently already have are as follows:

Scottie:
1939-1944, 1946-1949, 1951-1962

Mirror (East Huntington):
1925, 1927, 1939-1942, 1947, 1949-1952, 1955, 1959, 1961-1962

Southmoreland:
1972-1973

We received this donation, and we would love to know more about them. If you have any information surrounding the time f...
07/25/2021

We received this donation, and we would love to know more about them. If you have any information surrounding the time frame, team photos, or the business that sponsored them, please share!

The Scottdale Fire Department was formed in July 1886. The Fire Department and Borough Building was constructed on the c...
07/09/2021

The Scottdale Fire Department was formed in July 1886. The Fire Department and Borough Building was constructed on the corner of Graft and Everson Streets. This 1949 photo shows the main fire station, with the fleet of trucks boasting two 1948 LaFrance engines. Today’s image is taken near the gazebo showing the back corner of the Rite Aid building.

The intersection of Broadway and Pittsburgh Street shows Penn Lines trolley circa 1903. Looking left to right: Rutherfor...
06/26/2021

The intersection of Broadway and Pittsburgh Street shows Penn Lines trolley circa 1903. Looking left to right: Rutherford News and the Sugar Bowl “confections” that satisfied the town’s sweet tooth. Next was the Scottdale House, a hotel serving the many travelers. On the right was the Broadway Bank. Today, the only remaining structure is the Rutherford News building, now home to Carson’s Restaurant.

After WWI, the airplane became a National interest, with air shows, races, and commercial ventures. This 1925 photo show...
06/15/2021

After WWI, the airplane became a National interest, with air shows, races, and commercial ventures. This 1925 photo shows one of Scottdale’s aviation pioneers, pilot Carl Strickler with his business partners Jerry Elder and Charles Coughenour. In the distance is St. John’s Byzantine Catholic Church built in 1912. Today the vacant field is the parking lot and complex of Penn Lines. The Byzantine Church was in service until a new building was dedicated in 1971.

The Scottdale Brewing Company started in 1891. In 1899, it was replaced by the new plant producing 200 barrels a day. Th...
06/11/2021

The Scottdale Brewing Company started in 1891. In 1899, it was replaced by the new plant producing 200 barrels a day. That same year, it became the Pittsburg Brewing Co. known as the largest and best brewery in southwestern PA. The plant was destroyed by fire in 1910. In 1930 the Scottdale Armory was built to serve the 110th infantry, 28th Division.

We hope everyone had a safe and Merry Christmas.  There is still time to purchase our Holiday Traditions virtual tour if...
12/26/2020

We hope everyone had a safe and Merry Christmas. There is still time to purchase our Holiday Traditions virtual tour if you are looking for things to do with family over the holiday break. https://www.scottdalehistoricalsociety.com/

12/22/2020

The 2021 Scottdale Historical Society Calendar has been distributed to businesses in town as well as the Scottdale Public Library. The theme of this calendar shows "Then and Now" images around town.

These calendars are free thanks to donations from businesses and individuals.

Our virtual Holiday Traditions Tour is now available for purchase through our website!Since we were unable to hold our t...
12/17/2020
Scottdale Historical Society and Loucks Homestead

Our virtual Holiday Traditions Tour is now available for purchase through our website!

Since we were unable to hold our traditional Christmas House Tour (our biggest fundraiser of the year), we have been working hard at putting together a virtual Holiday Traditions Tour.

This 1-hour and 20-minute tour will take you to 12 homes in and around Scottdale. Access to the video starts at $15 and more information is available on our website.

https://www.scottdalehistoricalsociety.com/

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11/27/2020

We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving yesterday!

The Scottdale Historical Society has been working behind the scenes over the last few weeks (and will be for several more days) on a virtual Holiday Traditions Tour in place of our Christmas House Tour that was scheduled for December 5. While it is disappointing that we cannot hold the in person tour this year, we wanted to bring you all some form of our tour that has been taking place since the early 2000's.

The virtual Holiday Traditions Tour will feature nearly 10 stops with interviews showcasing extensive Christmas tree displays with vintage ornaments, an elaborate model train display, a local Christmas light show, unique collections based on television shows, animals, nativity scenes and more.

Tickets for the virtual Holiday Traditions Tour will go on sale around December 4. We will provide you with access to a private link with our Holiday Traditions Tour video that will be made available to view from around December 14 through the first week of the year. Tickets will start at $15. All we ask if that you take into consideration of making an additional donation to the Historical Society if you plan to view the video with your family or friends. There will be a limit as to how many times you can view the video, but we’ll be sure to include all of those finer details on our website listing and on our ticketing site soon.

Last year in December, you may have picked up a Scottdale 2020 calendar at the Christmas House Tour, a local business or at the Winter Light Up Celebration. We are currently producing a 2021 calendar showing then and now images around town. These calendars are FREE and will be available at businesses around town and at the Scottdale Library. Look for them in a few weeks and we’ll be sure to let you know when they are available.

That’s all for now. Stay tuned to our page or our website, scottdalehistoricalsociety.com for updates on the Holiday Traditions Tour and 2021 Calendar launch.

10/17/2020

Just a friendly reminder that tonight's Shadows of Scottdale walking tours are SOLD OUT. A limited number of tickets do remain for next weekend's 8 p.m. tour only.

We also ask our ticket holders to please arrive at least 15-30 minutes before your tour at Scratch Living Roastery & Cafe to get checked in. BEFORE you enter the shop, please make sure that you are properly wearing your face mask (covering your nose and mouth), and we will happily check you in and give you your complimentary voucher for a small drip coffee, apple cider or hot chocolate.

We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to another beautiful fall evening walking through town!

Don't miss your chance to get your tickets to Shadows of Scottdale for 2020!  Our tours for this Saturday, October 17 ar...
10/13/2020
Scottdale Historical Society - Walking Tours

Don't miss your chance to get your tickets to Shadows of Scottdale for 2020! Our tours for this Saturday, October 17 are completely SOLD OUT!

Looking ahead to Saturday, October. 24, we do have tickets remaining for our 8 p.m. tour, but anticipate those tickets selling out soon!

https://www.scottdalehistoricalsociety.com/events-projects/upcoming-events/shadows-of-scottdale/

The Scottdale Historical Society is hosting scary walking tours of downtown Scottdale. Called “Shadows of Scottdale”, these tours are not ghost stories, but real, horrific events that happened in town.

If you haven't purchased ticket yet for a tour, now is the time.  All times have been opened up, but limited tickets do ...
10/09/2020

If you haven't purchased ticket yet for a tour, now is the time. All times have been opened up, but limited tickets do remain for each tour. Get them now before they are gone! Advance purchase is required through our website. https://www.scottdalehistoricalsociety.com/events-projects/upcoming-events/shadows-of-scottdale/

If you are unsure about how we go about selecting stories, hours of research goes into these tours. We use newspapers, census records, genealogical information, and more sources to build the stories. Here is one such newspaper article we used from Feb 1890 and one of the stories from last year's tour.

The Man who Butchered Himself

Hubert Rosegen was a Prussian immigrant who moved to Scottdale from Beaver Falls in 1890. Back at Beaver Falls, he left his wife and two children, and he moved to Scottdale ahead of his family with plans for them to follow. Arriving in early February, he secured a job at one of the foundries in town and was living in a boarding house on Market Street.

Mr. Rosegen’s story so far is not unusual. But what is a little unusual, is how the newspapers described him. They said that he was an educated man but was demented. We don't know exactly what that means, but we do know that Mr. Rosegen was sick.

One evening, Mr. Rosegen approached another man living in his boarding house and asked him to borrow a razor blade. He said he needed to shave. An hour or two went by and the other gentleman had not heard from Mr. Rosegen. So he went looking for him in hopes of getting his razor back. But this gentleman got a little more than he bargained for.

When he arrived at Mr. Rosegen’s room, he made a horrific discovery. Mr. Rosegen had taken that razor blade and instead of shaving, had “butchered himself.” he took the blade and cut up one arm and down the other. He cut up one leg and down the other. He had “cut himself in pieces” and slit his own throat. News of the tragedy broke on Valentine's Day, 1890.

Of course Mrs. Rosegen was notified of the untimely passing of her husband, and we can be sure she never made the move to Scottdale.

For more macabre history of Scottdale, join us for Shadows of Scottdale.

Thank you to the group of volunteers from the The Scottdale Bank & Trust Co who came out to the historic Loucks Homestea...
10/09/2020

Thank you to the group of volunteers from the The Scottdale Bank & Trust Co who came out to the historic Loucks Homestead today for the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania .

We had a busy day doing some fall cleanup around the property, from fixing the washed out driveway, giving the large front porch a good deep cleaning and other maintenance tasks around the property.

We are truly thankful for your support of the Scottdale Historical Society today and look forward to a continued partnership.

The Scottdale Historical Society is extending the deadline for Southmoreland Seniors to apply for the Jane A. Yuhouse Me...
04/16/2020
Scottdale Historical Society - Jane A Yuhouse Memorial Scholarship

The Scottdale Historical Society is extending the deadline for Southmoreland Seniors to apply for the Jane A. Yuhouse Memorial Scholarship.The new deadline to apply is Monday, May 4, 2020 and students should email their completed applications to the Southmoreland Guidance Office.

Information and application for the $1,000 scholarship can be found on our website.

The Jane A. Yuhouse Memorial Scholarship is offering up to a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating Southmoreland High School Senior(s) who shares similar interests and values as Jane.

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527 N Chestnut Street
Scottdale, PA
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🍂 Fall in the means festivals and events for the whole family!

🎃 Confluence Pumpkinfest, Oct. 7-9
🍁 Autumnfest at Seven Springs, Oct. 8-16
🥁 Fort Ligonier Days, Oct. 14-16
🧟‍♀️ Shadows of Scottdale Tour, Scottdale Historical Society, Oct. 21-29

See more events: https://www.golaurelhighlands.com/events/
Our friends at the Scottdale Historical Society are trying to identify the folks in these photos. One of them grew up in West Overton. Can you help?
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Join us in Scottdale next Friday!
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Christmas will be here before you know it, and Westmoreland County has lots of ways to celebrate the season!

Norwin Historical Society and Scottdale Historical Society lead off with discussing their virtual Holiday House Tours. Then, we're joined by Westmoreland Cultural Trust to talk about exciting upcoming holiday shows such as the Rudolph musical, River City Brasstacular, and a live orchestra version of the Nutcracker ballet.

Thanks to show sponsor Saint Vincent College, who is also having their Celebrate the Season: A Christmas Show to ring in the holidays!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TtcLjb1bAY
The current. Bad Rabbit Cafe has window frames facing solid brick. Was there ever a time this building had real windows?
We love the Scottdale Historical Society’s Shadows of Scottdale tours!
It's a fall frenzy across Westmoreland County, with beloved events returning and new events popping up seemingly every weekend.

Here to keep it all straight are guests Scottdale Historical Society, Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival, Bushy Run Battlefield & Downtown Irwin.

Join as we talk the Shadows of Scottdale Walking Tour, Mini-Festivals, nature walks, store-to-store trick-or-treat and so much more.

Thanks to Saint Vincent College for their sponsorship and making this show possible.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMTfd9ValOU
Hurry up! Put your shoes on!
Join me as I drive the Pennsylvania Turnpike and look at interesting things about moccasins that traveled the route for thousands of years.
How much trouble were they (are they) to make? Why do they seem to walk away on their own?
I guarantee you'll learn many things about them and Indians you didn't know.
This post begins a brief series on Native American fashion.
Next, we'll look at Naked Savages. How naked were they? How savage?
Lastly, we'll look at power beads. Is glass or plastic just as powerful as shell?
Won't you join me? It's Youtube. It's free!
Southwestern PA is a hotspot for Bigfoot sightings. Seriously.

It seems you are more likely to meet a hairy, smelly creature on ancient Indian paths than an Indian.

Let's Drive an Indian Path!, the Youtube channel, explores the fun of the Bigfoot phenomenon.

Won't you join me? It's free!

Besides, you may gain insight into why Indians initially thought Europeans were godlike.

It has everything to do with Sasq' ets, or Sasquatch, or Bigfoot. Really, it has to do with bathing . . . or not.

The latest Let's Drive an Indian Path! Youtube post from the PA Turnpike looks into the love lives of people who used the turnpike when it was a path in the woods.

Many of them lived and were buried in the Scotdale area.

You may be surprised how different Love and Marriage was for them. Was it better? I'll let you decide.

Check it out, and please support my work with Let's Drive an Indian Path! by subscribing. It's free!
Partner Feature: Our seventeenth feature of twenty from our history partners is the Scottdale Historical Society. Have you ever attended one of this organization's great events? ⭐️ The Scottdale Historical Society incorporated in July 1987 and was reorganized in 2005. Its mission is to collect, preserve, and archive the Scottdale area's rich cultural, industrial, and architectural history for the enjoyment and education of present and future generations.
Lived in Scottsdale as a young child, my father was Charles Joseph Loucks and ran the Sinclair gas station next door to the Ford place,, and his father was Christain Jacob Loucks, who was a barber. Would love to know if there are any relatives in the area. Thanks, Charles Joseph Loucks, Jr.
Starting tomorrow and almost every weekend through October, join the Scottdale Historical Society for their incredible Shadows of Scottdale Walking Tours! The perfect activity to start your Halloween season. 🎃
Throughout December, Westmoreland Heritage is recognizing our incredible 2019 partners. Today we recognize the Scottdale Historical Society & Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Archives. Two marvelous groups!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and in this month's episode, Jessica talks to both the Norwin and Scottdale Historical Society to hear about their upcoming Christmas house tours, as well as other festive events! And of course, we hear from the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra about their classic Nutcracker performance featuring the Laurel Ballet Performing Company AND their Home for the Holidays concert. 🎄 Check it out:
With Halloween approaching and imaginations heightening, the Scottdale Historical Society is planning “scary walking tours” in the borough.
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