POLICE GAZETTE RESEARCH
Copyright 2007-2011 by William A. Mays, Proprietor
Have a question about the Police Gazette or a person, place, or thing covered by the Police Gazette? Ask away. Our clients have included everyone from curious readers to published authors, major museums, and television programs such as PBS American Experience and History Detectives. For detailed queries about Gazette content, it's best to stay within the 1878 to 1906 time frame. But we will have a crack at any question you'd like to throw at us.
Depending on the question and/or materials requested, there may be a fee for the service—though many general questions can be answered free of charge. If a fee is to be charged it will be agreed upon upfront, and will only be payable if we are able to provide the requested information or materials. These fees help to defray the costs of more in-depth research or material acquisitions.
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