i-bill money identifier available through the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.

They have established a waiting list.
The federal government will mail your i-bill to you at no charge.
To sign up, contact LBPH. At: 412 687-2440
Also, You must be a library client.

We had two representatives from the library speak to us about current library news.

  They were Devon Evans and Tony Mareino.
Email addresses for both.
  For site help for either the main Carnegie library site or for the LBPH. Site, contact Devon Evans.
  To obtain a free ongoing library card which does not expire, contact Tony Mareino.
  In Order to download free materials from the main Carnegie library, go to:
and find the resources page.
In order to download books or magazines, you must obtain a library card.
It is   Very quick and easily done over the phone.  Call Tony Mareino at 412 687-2440.

The Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped [lbph] site is:


Locally, the alternative to Talking Book Topics which is produced twice a week, and contains book suggestions, local event announcements, and much more.

Go to:

New free magazine app. Zinio, allows the user to download magazines and books

As with books, one must have a library card in order to do this.
This app. Works with both your i-device and with a regular computer.
  Therefore, you can sign up on the computer and then use your app On your i-device of choice.
Once you download your favorite magazine, it will remain in your “read” file indefinitely for future reference. 

Downloading music through a library service called, Freegle.

This allows the user to download five songs per week, [legally] for free.
Go to the main Carnegie Library site at:
search for freegle. 

Our local Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped produces books of local and regional interest.

To find a listing of these titles,
go to
It is located under news. 
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