Green-Wood has millions of documents in its archives-records of many types that are used to create a record of the cemetery’s business. Since 2010, volunteers have been working at unfolding and archivally storing one set of these archival records: Green-Wood’s burial orders. As they have done so, hundreds of fascinating 19th-century letterheads-those of businesses owned by lot owners communicating instructions or requests to the cemetery, or businesses engaged with the cemetery, such as monument makers, florists, and funeral directors-have been scanned and collected. Here are just a few of the most interesting: