We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization utilizing archival preservation, photography, oral history, publications, and presentations to convey the historical experiences of
Your tax deductible contributions help support our mission to bring history to you!
We Bring History to You
Visit our founders' pages for an archive of their exclusive columns, including Laurel Noir, The Laurel Chronicles, and Laurel Archeology!
2022 Board of Directors
Carl DeWalt, Richard Friend, Shawn Gladden, Angie Latham Kozlowski, Jeff Krulik, Kevin Leonard, Pete Lewnes, Diane Mezzanotte
Voices of Laurel is a free quarterly newspaper for the community.
In addition to new content from The Laurel History Boys, it is an outlet for contributions from the diverse Laurel community. People with stories, photos, and artifacts enhance our mission of bringing local history to you.
Printed copies are available at distribution boxes in front of the Post Office on Main Street and in the MARC train station commuter lot. A new issue is released every January, April, July, and October.
PHOTO + ARTIFACT COLLECTIONS
The Lost Laurel Collection
LostLaurel.com creator and Laurel History Boys co-founder Richard Friend shares his collection of photos and artifacts representative of Laurel's retail businesses of the past.
CAPITAL CENTRE BOOK ORDERS:
If you're contacting us to inquire about your order, please know that we received books from the printer on January 29th. We have hundreds of orders to process, including those from the Kickstarter campaign that were placed in September. We're fulfilling orders as quickly as we can and in the order in which they were received. If you were notified about a pending shipment, please be patient—we print mailing labels in bulk before packaging up books and taking them to USPS.