About a year after inching my way through the J.E. Dunn Story project, I wised-up. Early in 2003, I telephoned a firm that specializes in developing corporate histories, Heritage Histories of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
In a matter of months, Heritage Histories wrote the last three chapters of the book, the epilogue and several of the sidebars. They also packaged the book, selecting and overseeing editors, designers, printers and binders - and generally managed the project through to completion.

Kevin Dunn
J.E. Dunn Group

The essence of the foundation's evolution and success was best captured by the Heritage Histories publication, "A Community of Excellence:" the Jefferson Scholars Foundation at 25 Years, which was commissioned to commemorate this wonderful event. Publisher Tim Noonan did a masterful job of chronicling the commitment of alumni, University presidents, faculty, administrators and friends who volunteered countless hours to make the program what it is today.

Doug Holladay, Jr. Chair, Jefferson Scholars Foundation
Richard Tilghman, Chair

Alumni Assn. Board of Managers

This is THE best gold salvage book of all time. America's Lost Treasure chronicles the sinking and recovery of the SS Central America, the Ship of Gold. The awesome pictures are exactly what the numismatic world has been clamoring for since the discovery of the SS Central America first hit the news in 1988. The lavish use of 19th century pictures, drawings, and accounts of the sailing and sinking of the SS Central America add to the records of the search and salvage of her wreck.

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As a student of American higher education, I have read more than 200 institutional histories and there were less than ten that were worthy of praise by professional historians.

Tim Noonan's manuscript was an unadulterated pleasure to read-I can't think of a better way for old boys to read and revel in the ultimate success of an enterprise that seemed doomed at times!

Robin Lester,
Former Headmaster
Trinity School

Heritage Histories has recently published a book celebrating the 100th anniversary of Trinity-Pawling School titled "A Pride of Fighting Gentlemen" with the subtitle "Trinity-Pawling at 100." It is a masterpiece of writing, an omnibus of factual data focusing on the beginnings of the institution up to the present.

The Pawling Review

The Centennial history book was hugely embraced by the membership with numerous positive comments, feed back and e-mails. Tim Noonan not only displayed great skill as an author but as a "collector" of information, facts, history and interesting side bars while capturing the "essence" of the Club's unique culture. He is a great asset for any organization in need of a written history book and I highly recommend him and the services he and Heritage Histories provide.

Tom Bertani
General Manager
The Racquet Club of St. Louis

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