“Was it really the first? The biggest? The highest? The most?”
“Did he actually say that?”
“It happened when?”
Trained by veteran National Geographic Society researchers, we’ve mastered old-fashioned, triple-source fact checking.
The United States Postal Service’s commemorative stamp program values our knack for the facts. For 20 years, we’ve been their second set of eyes on stamp artwork, collectibles, speeches, and education kits.
In 2008, the Maryland State Department of Education and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture asked us to fact-check a 43-chapter history curriculum for elementary-school teachers. We researched each historical claim, verified the identities of individuals in photos, and helped format the final text.
By double-checking doubtful claims and rooting out false quotations, we’ll sharpen your book, exhibition, product, or speech—with a standard of quality control you’ll get from no one else.