Before the Pittsburgh area became known for its steel, it was once known as the glass manufacturing center of our country. Opened in 1893, the Duncan & Miller Glass Company became famous for its workers’ skill, the artistry of designs, and the glass colors. The National Duncan Glass Society was formed in 1975 to keep alive the history of glass companies, to study their impact on the economic development of the region, and to celebrate the men and women who made it possible.
At this virtual program, a representative from Duncan & Miller Glass Museum will highlight the history of the site and what you may see during your visit. Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions and learn more! Registration is required. To register, go to: https://bit.ly/3tFwTXl