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History provides the context for our present and the foundation for our future. This is why clients turn to History Associates to tell their stories. We bring the full range of research together with a sophisticated understanding of historical context to tell an authoritative and engaging story. Tenacious researchers and skilled writers produce coffee-table books, authoritative monographs, historical booklets, and everything in between on corporate, nonprofit, government, and military subjects worldwide. Tech-savvy historians and empathetic interviewers produce historical websites and audio or video oral history projects to serve as a living resource for employees, the public, and the press.

Your special project is our stock in trade. Strong academic credentials, years of experience in the business of history, and established relationships with designers and printers enables History Associates to offer you a detailed proposal, a realistic budget, and the assurance that whether it’s for an anniversary or a special event, your history project will be done right and done on time.

Visit History Associates to learn more about how they can help you Tell it Like it Was.

To see other work in which we have been involved, check out these links:

DuPont
History Associates conducted research and oral history interviews and produced a 200th anniversary coffee-table book. Building upon our work, we later wrote the vignettes and secured the imagery for this website.

CIT
History Associates conducted research and oral history interviews, collected imagery, developed a historical chronology and wrote the content for the CIT Story. CIT later used our research to assemble other content in association with their anniversary.

Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society:
Oral histories main page.
Web galleries.
History Associates conducted dozens of the oral histories and provided content and imagery for various portions of the site, including the Web gallery 431 Days: Joseph P. Kennedy and the Creation of the SEC.

Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell
History Associates conducted research and oral history interviews and wrote the law firm’s illustrated history book Durable Legacy. We assisted in assembling a PDF of the book which they posted on their website.