Reports showing baselines, changes, and other trends are an essential part of an information management system. We craft reports in a variety of forms to meet your needs:
- Chronological Events Reports
- Operational Summaries
- Site Histories
- Nexus Summaries
- Topical Summaries
We create and print reports directly from the database, or we search and summarize the database information to develop and write custom reports, answering specific topical needs. Report content is hyperlinked to your document images and footnotes.
Heritage conducted a comparative study of the historical marker programs in ten mid-western states, and provided the State of Kansas with best practice recommendations for a more comprehensive marking program . After designing and sending interview forms to ten predetermined states, collected information was compared and assimilated into a project report outlining the best procedures for creating and managing a historical markers program .
In conjunction with the study, Heritage produced a Kansas historical marker database. Using a custom mailing list database, 1100 Kansas cities, counties, historical societies, libraries, museums, chamber of commerce offices, economic development and tourism groups, veterans, historical parks, and other entities involved in placing markers were solicited to submit marker details either by mail, fax, or forms available via our web site. More than 600 entities sent in marker information resulting in over 1250 logged markers, most with digital pictures, in the historical marker inventory database. All materials were used to develop the report with the final report, database, and images provided on CD to the Kansas State Historical Society.