Yes, we can! We have team members for hire who will research properties, people and other pieces of Indianapolis history for you.
Please describe what you would like researched, specific questions and what you are looking for. We will be happy to provide you a quote.
If you are quoting information found on our site on an online platform, please cite and link back to the specific article you are quoting. For other written work, you may also credit HistoricIndianapolis.com and the individual writer, as a resource where applicable.
If there are images you would like to use: First, look to the image to see if you can identify the owner of the photo and contact them directly. Please also carefully read the article’s text, as sometimes the photo credit may appear therewith. If you do not find an image credit, please contact us and include the article and exact image you would like to obtain rights to use. Failure to include this information may greatly delay response time. We have one time use permission for many of the images that appear on our site. Use of any images from our articles used without explicit permission could be an infringement on copyright.
Maybe! We try our best to feature topics of interest to everyone.
Topics suggested by donors get first preference, and even then, not all requests can be honored–sometimes there is little information available, which also shapes topic choices.
Some of our advertising packages include research with publication on our site, as well. Please inquire if interested in package pricing.
Or, as above, feel free to contact us for a research quote.
July 19, 2009
HI founder, Tiffany Benedict Browne has spoken to a number of local clubs and groups on a variety of topics relating to Indianapolis history.
If interested, please fill out the contact form and include your organization’s name, contact person, phone number, size of audience, desired dates and budget.
Tiffany Benedict Browne founded HI and is still the Chief Inspiration Officer and Editor. HI is an independently run online media company, not officially affiliated with other history or perservation related organizations.
We have tens of thousands of annual visitors to our website and need to know who is visiting. We have found research featured in our work, previously unpublished in modern publications, suddenly appearing elsewhere on the internet, and we must be better stewards of the hard work and research presented by our contributors. This is our home and we would like to know who is visiting. Your cooperation is appreciated, and you still have FREE access to all our content.