Nelson Price is an author, journalist, and historian. His books include Indiana Legends: Famous Hoosiers from Johnny Appleseed to David Letterman and Legendary Hoosiers. A fifth-generation Hoosier, he was a feature writer and columnist for the Indianapolis Star for many years. He lives in a historic neighborhood in downtown Indianapolis and teaches journalism. Joan Hostetler is a local historian and photographic specialist. She has helped dozens of libraries and museums interpret, archive, digitize, and preserve historic images. She is the founder of the Indiana Album, a community digitization project that copies, catalogs, and shares images found in attics and albums throughout Indiana. Garry Chilluffo, an Indianapolis-based commercial photographer, specializes in architectural and advertising photography, with a personal interest in historic preservation. Originally from upstate New York, he is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Photography and Winona School of Professional Photography. His photography book projects include The Art of the 92 County Walk for the Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Then and Now (2004), and multiple updated editions for the Then and Now series.