The importance of Laurel Hill is realized in our connection to infinitely diverse regional, national and personal histories. These histories are often best illustrated by and interpreted through our irreplaceable archival records. Laurel Hill’s collections span the entire history of both cemeteries, from their founding to the present day. The collection contains maps, blueprints, minute books, photographs, contracts, financial documents, ledgers, and newspaper clippings, as well as a small number of objects. The highlight of our collection, however, is the extensive burial records we hold on over 150,000 interments between the two cemeteries. Through The Archives Preservation Fund, we aim to ensure accessibility and encourage the use of these unique resources, while safeguarding them for future generations by fundraising for archival quality housing materials.