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  • “History Associates, Inc. was very easy to work with. They listened to our ideas, concerns, and questions. They were also a tremendous resource for our group, as exhibit development was a new area for us.”

    Dorothy Dale Pollack

  • “With History Associates’ help we were able to meet our production deadlines and produce a company history that is a well-written and beautifully crafted memento of a corporate milestone we are proud to share with employees, customers, and shareholders.”

    Daniel Ritz
    (Former)Director of Investor Relations, Bausch + Lomb

  • “The interpretation at Third Winchester is a huge success story. Visitation among tourists and local residents is higher than we ever expected.”

    Jim Campi
    Director of Communications, American Battlefield Trust

  • “I’d like to take this opportunity to point out how great it was to work with everyone at History Associates. As a whole, [the] group was thorough, efficient, professional, friendly, and everything else I’d hoped to find in a research/content partner. A very special thank you to everyone involved in making this first version so great.”

    Brian Case
    Vice President, Communications, National Philanthropic Trust, Regarding “A History of Modern Philanthropy” online exhibition at HistoryofGiving.org

  • “History Associates exceeded my wildest expectations. They are true history professionals who can take what may appear to be boring information and turn it into a very compelling story. Our member reaction was overwhelmingly positive. If they did it for foot and ankle surgery, I’m sure they can do it for you!”

    J.C. (Chris) Mahaffey
    MS, CAE, Executive Director, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Regarding the 75th anniversary book for ACFAS