The Historical Society of Upper St. Clair started in 1988 as a group of residents who were interested in preserving the history of the community and sharing their appreciation of its local history. Since 2001, the Historical Society has been located at the Gilfillan house and farm. Margaret Gilfillan left the property and buildings to the Historical Society upon her death in May 2001 at one-hundred years of age. She was the last direct descendent of John Gilfillan, who built the house in 1855-57. The Historical Society seeks to provide a repository and reference resource for local historical records and to preserve these records in order to provide a window into life within the township.
The Historical Society of Upper St. Clair Board of Directors
Rachel Carlson - President
Greg Harbaugh - Secretary
Roger Heins, Treasurer
Tim Wagner, Director of Education
Historical Society of Upper St. Clair is a 501(c) 3 Pennsylvania non-profit corporation registered with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of State, Bureau of Charitable Organizations, Registration No.36720, whom you may contact Toll Free at 1-800-732-0999. No consideration or value of any kind is provided to donors supporting the HSUSC.