These fine folks have shared their unique collections of vintage Laurel photos and artifacts with us—so that we can share them with you.
Click each contributor's page to view their full album.
The legendary family that developed Laurel Shopping Center and so much more shares their vast collection of images from the earliest days of their iconic projects.
Jack is a collector of Laurel historical memorabilia who specializes in pieces from our hometown's earliest days, including its time as Laurel Factory.
Ken grew up in 1950s Laurel and shares a number of never-before-seen photos from Laurel Elementary School and other familiar spots.
Tom worked at both Pal Jack's Pizza and Petrucci's Dinner Theatre in the 1980s, and captured these Main Street scenes from that time.
Joe took this famous photograph of Arthur Bremer's arrest after shooting George Wallace, but he also shot many fantastic scenes of Laurel in the 1970s.
Classic photos of Squad 49's vehicles, stations, and emergency incidents around Laurel dating to to their 1952 founding.
John and Lee had the presence of mind to take photos of many Laurel businesses just before or after closing in the 1980s and 90s.
The Newcombs share a series of family photos from the 1940s, including many unidentified WWII soldiers and family homes along Second Street near Main.