Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

2010 Edition

Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums
2010 Edition
CONTENTS
Introduction ____________________________________________________ iii Statistical Analysis __________________________________________ vii Foundation Center Cooperating Collections ______________________xv Section One: Grant Listings_______________________________________ 1 Section Two: Indexes ___________________________________________ 65 Index to Grants by Recipient Name ____________________________ 65 Index to Grants by Recipient Location __________________________ 71 Index to Grants by Subject____________________________________ 77 Section Three: Foundation Addresses and Limitations _______________ 97

The Library of Congress, Preservation Directorate, Conservation Division The Foundation Center

Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museumsis a joint project of the Library of Congress and the Foundation Center

CONTRIBUTORS
The Library of Congress
Deanna Marcum _________________Associate Librarian for Library Services Michael Handy ___________________Deputy Associate Librarian for Library Services Dianne van der Reyden ___________Director for Preservation Diane Vogt-O’Connor ______________Chief of Conservation

The Foundation Center
Joyce Infante ____________________Vice President for Business and Strategic Services Jeff Falkenstein __________________Vice President for Data Acquisition and Architecture Sherry Seward ___________________Consultant to the Foundation Center, President, Palladium Resources, Inc. Christine Innamorato _____________Production Manager Kathye Giesler ___________________Publishing Database Administrator Cover Photograph ________________Carol M. Highsmith

ABOUT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, PRESERVATION DIRECTORATE, CONSERVATION DIVISION
The Library of Congress, the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution, is the world’s preeminent reservoir of knowledge, providing unparalleled resources to Congress and the American people. Founded in 1800, the Library seeks to further human understanding and wisdom by providing access to knowledge through its magnificent collections. The Library’s collections capture and share the world’s knowledge in almost all of the world’s languages, conveying America’s intellectual and cultural creativity in many formats. Many of the Library’s rich resources and treasures may also be accessed through the Library’s award-winning web site www.loc.gov. The Conservation Division (CD) ensures that the Library’s universal collection of knowledge and creativity will still exist for future generations. The Conservation Division provides treatment and preventive care for rare and valuable special research collections that are high priority, high risk, and needed for special uses (such as exhibitions, research, or digitization). The Conservation Division staff conduct and publish research; create new solutions for assessment, housing, and care of collections and potential acquisitions; train staff, students, the public, and professionals in a variety of preventive techniques; prevent and respond to disasters; prepare materials for moves, digitization, exhibitions, and loans; monitor, evaluate, fine-tune, and plan storage spaces; and stabilize and treat threatened special collections items. A description of the Conservation Division activities and ready-to-use guidance may be found at: www.loc.gov/preserv/conserv.html.

ABOUT THE FOUNDATION CENTER
Established in 1956, and today supported by close to 550 foundations, the Foundation Center is the nation’s leading authority on philanthropy, connecting nonprofits and the grantmakers supporting them to tools they can use and information they can trust. The Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. grantmakers and their grants—a robust, accessible knowledge bank for the sector. It also operates research, education, and training programs designed to advance philanthropy at every level. Thousands of people visit the Center’s web site each day, and are served in its five regional library/learning centers and its network of more than 400 funding information centers located in public libraries, community foundations, and educational institutions in every U.S. state and beyond. For more information, please visit foundationcenter.org or call (212) 620-4230.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA
Foundation grants for preservation in libraries, archives and museums. — 2010 ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. ISBN 978-1-59542-300-9 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Endowments—United States--States--Directories. 2. Library materials—Conservation and restoration—United States. 3. Archival materials—Conservation and restoration-United States. I. Library of Congress. Conservation Division. II. Foundation Center. Z701.4.U6F68 2009 001.4’4—dc22 2009046963 All rights reserved. © 2009 by the Foundation Center ISBN 978-1-59542-300-9

introduction
Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums lists 2,270 grants of $5,000 or more awarded by 505 grantmakers, from 2005 through the publication date of this guide. It covers grants to public, academic, research, school, and special libraries, and to archives and museums for activities related to conservation and preservation. Preservation grant funding described includes archives conservation, art conservation, collections management, computer systems development, disaster funding, education, electronic media and online services, endowments, environment, equipment, exhibit preservation and treatment, faculty and staff development, fellowships and internships, film and video preservation, global programs, governmental programs and needs, higher education, historical and archaeological preservation, historical societies, international exchanges, library preservation, museum preservation, painting conservation, performing arts preservation, photography preservation, program evaluations, publications, research, scholarship funds, and science, social science, telecommunications, university, and visual arts conservation among others. This Guide is derived from a grants database of more than 22,000 grantmakers, which includes the grants from more than 1,400 of the largest foundations including the top 15 funders in each state, as well as sample grants from a wide range of small and medium-sized funders. The grants listed in this publication are also included in the Foundation Directory Online, the Foundation Center’s subscription-based service, along with detailed profiles of the foundations making the grants. authorization (or payment); and a description of the activity funded. Numeric references in the indexes are to grant identification numbers, not page numbers. Access to the grants is available through three indexes:
◆ an index of recipient names; ◆ a geographic index (arranged by recipient state or

foreign country location, then recipient name); and
◆ an index of subject key words.

The subject index contains a number of multiple index terms, such as film/video, that are indexed under the first word in the term, in this case, film. If you are using the online version of this publication, and you can not find what you are looking for in the subject index, you can also search for your subject term using the “find in” search feature. Type the Control and F keys to open the “find in” search feature, then type any word(s), such as video.

Sample Entry
Foundation location— Foundation name— The

nEW YorK
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

ArrAnGEMEnt
Within this volume, grants are arranged alphabetically by foundation state, then by foundation name and recipient name within each foundation listing. Grant records include the following information: the name, city, and location (state or foreign country) of the recipient organization; the amount awarded; the fiscal year of grant
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Limitations— Limitations: Giving on a national basis with some international giving, primarily focused on South Africa. No support for primarily local organizations. No grants to individuals (including scholarships); no loans. Grant identification number— 1421. Bard College, Annandale Recipient name & location on Hudson, NY. $18,600, Amount, Year authorized, 2008. 1.75-year grant. For Duration, and Description cataloguing and preservation of Hannah Arendt Collection.

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Statistical tables analyzing the grants in this volume follow this introduction. These tables provide information on the dollar amount and number of grants according to the following breakdowns: foundation name; recipient state (or foreign country); primary subject; and recipient type. Additionally, a list of the top 15 grants by highest grant dollar amount and a list of the top 25 foundations awarding grants in this subject area are included with the statistics. A list of foundation addresses and geographic limitations can be found at the back of this publication. If you are using the online version of this publication, you can also find the most up-to-date contact information by clicking on the foundation name link above each list of grants in Section One.

PLEASE rEMEMBEr: iF You do not QuALiFY, do not APPLY.
Comprehensive research using all available resources will help the grantseeker determine the overall giving interests of a particular foundation and decide on appropriate foundations to apply to for funding. It is essential to remember that many foundations place limitations on their giving, including by subject area, recipient type, and geographic location. Finding out about any limitations before submitting grant proposals will save you time, decrease the number of rejections you receive, and demonstrate to the foundations you target that you know your field. The restrictions to giving under which some foundations operate appear in two places in this volume: in the “Grant Listings” section and in the “List of Foundations” section. If you do not fall within a funder’s giving guidelines, do not apply for a grant. For all foundations, however, it is vitally important that you do further research before applying for funding. After developing a list of foundations with a funding history in your field, it is imperative that you learn more about each one by consulting additional reference sources. If you are using the online version of this publication, you can start by clicking on the foundation name that is found at the beginning of each funder’s list of grants. This link will take you to the funder’s record in Foundation Finder (lnp.foundationcenter.org/finder.html), at the Foundation Center’s web site. Here you will find the latest contact information, brief financial data, a link to the funder’s web site (if available), and a link to the funder’s latest IRS Forms 990-PF. For more information about a foundation, use the Foundation Center’s Foundation Directory Online (fconline. fdncenter.org), or the print Foundation Directory. To access the Center’s free and subscription-based databases, go to the Find Funders area of the Center’s web site (foundationcenter.org). For additional information, expert librarian assistance is available at one of the Foundation Center’s five Library/Learning Centers or more than 400 funding information centers nationwide. Visitors enjoy free access to the Center’s online databases, CD-ROMs, and directories—plus books, periodicals, and research findings on foundations and philanthropy. A list of funding information centers is provided in this publication, or you can call (800) 424-9836 or visit foundationcenter.org/collections for the center nearest you.

rESEArcH uSinG tHiS GuidE
In developing your basic list of potential funding sources, you should scan the grant listings in the category or categories closest to your field. Depending on the nature of your search, you will add to your list of possibilities the names of those foundations whose recent grants seem to indicate a potential interest in your organization or project. You should be looking for foundations that have funded an organization or project like yours, that are located or seem to award grants in your geographic area, and/or that have made grants in dollar amounts similar to the amount you are seeking. If you are new to grantseeking research, we recommend that you visit the Get Started area of the Foundation Center’s web site (foundationcenter.org). Continuously updated, the Foundation Center’s web site is visited daily by tens of thousands of grantseekers, grantmakers, and others interested in the world of philanthropy. To gain an insight into the foundation world and the different types of foundations, review the Foundations Today Tutorial (foundationcenter.org/ getstarted/training/online). For help in writing your proposals review the Center’s Proposal Writing Short Course (foundationcenter.org/getstarted/tutorials/ shortcourse) or alternatively, read the Foundation Center’s Guide to Proposal Writing (foundationcenter. org/marketplace). Additional assistance may be found on the Conservation Online web site by searching “grants or funding” at: palimpsest.stanford.edu/ gsearch-all-results.html.

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tWo-LEttEr StAtE And u.S. tErritorY ABBrEviAtionS
AL = Alabama AK = Alaska AS = American Samoa AZ = Arizona AR = Arkansas CA = California CO = Colorado CT = Connecticut DE = Delaware DC = District of Columbia FL = Florida GA = Georgia GU = Guam HI = Hawaii ID = Idaho IL = Illinois IN = Indiana IA = Iowa KS = Kansas KY = Kentucky LA = Louisiana ME = Maine MD = Maryland MA = Massachusetts MI = Michigan MN = Minnesota MS = Mississippi MO = Missouri MT = Montana NE = Nebraska NV = Nevada NH = New Hampshire NJ = New Jersey NM = New Mexico NY = New York NC = North Carolina ND = North Dakota OH = Ohio OK = Oklahoma OR = Oregon PA = Pennsylvania PR = Puerto Rico RI = Rhode Island SC = South Carolina SD = South Dakota TN = Tennessee TX = Texas UT = Utah VT = Vermont VA = Virginia VI = Virgin Islands WA = Washington WV = West Virginia WI = Wisconsin WY = Wyoming

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StAtiSticAL AnALYSiS
TABLE 1. Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums by Foundation
Foundation
Abbott Fund Achelis Foundation, The Aetna Foundation, Inc. Aflac Foundation, Inc., The Ahmanson Charitable Community Trust Ahmanson Foundation, The Alabama Power Foundation, Inc. Alcoa Foundation Alexander Foundation, Frances, The Allbritton Foundation, The Allen Family Foundation, Paul G., The Allstate Foundation, The Alpert Foundation, Herb, The Alphawood Foundation Amarillo Area Foundation, Inc. American Express Foundation Anderson Foundation, Inc., Peyton, The Annenberg Foundation, The Aon Foundation Aratani Foundation Arca Foundation, The Argosy Foundation, The Assisi Foundation of Memphis, Inc., The AT&T Foundation Atherton Family Foundation Avenir Foundation, Inc. Babbitt Family Charitable Trust Bader Foundation, Inc., Helen Baltimore Community Foundation, The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc., The Bankhead Foundation Barnett Family Foundation, Inc., The Barrington Foundation, Inc., Greater, The Baruch Fund, The Baton Rouge Area Foundation Bauman Family Foundation, Inc. Bedsole Foundation, J. L., The Behrens Foundation, Inc., Bruce & Polly Berg Foundation, Inc., David, The Berlind Foundation, The Berman Foundation, Philip and Muriel, The Bissell Foundation, Inc., J. Walton Blandin Foundation, The Blum-Kovler Foundation Booth Ferris Foundation Booth-Bricker Fund, The Boss Foundation, William Boss Foundation for the Arts, Harlan Brach Foundation, Helen Bradley Foundation, Inc., Lynde and Harry, The Bradley Foundation, The Bremer Foundation, Mary, The Breslauer Foundation, Inc., B. H. Brice Foundation, Deborah Loeb, The Brine Charitable Trust, Jessica E. Smith and Kevin R., The Brooklyn Community Foundation Brown Foundation, Inc., The Brown Foundation, Joe W. & Dorothy Dorsett Brown, Jr. Charitable Foundation, W. L. Lyons Bullitt Foundation, The Bush Foundation

TABLE 1. (continued)
Foundation Amount No. of Grants
1 1

Amount
$10,000 25,000 45,000 100,000 300,000 1,016,000 400,000 20,000 10,000 25,000 150,000 142,500 50,000 143,750 10,000 565,000 25,000 6,074,030 45,000 25,000 195,000 11,000 365,000 2,700,848 10,000 200,000 5,000 60,000 89,000 526,666 25,000 5,000 65,000 10,500 9,000 25,000 259,500 22,500 20,000 52,000 20,000 12,500 15,000 30,000 100,000 20,000 5,000 5,000 50,000 15,000 15,000 26,500 100,000 5,000 135,000 5,000 2,782,000 132,500 325,750 50,000 125,026

No. of Grants
1 1 3 1 2 13 4 1 1 1 3 3 2 9 1 7 1 16 3 1 2 1 4 9 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 2 1 2 6 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 3 2 1 2

Butler Conservation Fund, Inc., Gilbert & Ildiko, The Cabell Foundation, Robert G. Cabell III and Maude Morgan, The Cahnman Foundation, Inc., The Cannon Foundation, Inc., The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation, The Capital One Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York Carpenter Foundation, E. Rhodes & Leona B. Carson Family Charitable Trust, The Carter Foundation, Amon G. Casey Foundation, Annie E., The Castle Foundation, Harold K. L. Castle Foundation, Samuel N. and Mary Central New York Community Foundation, Inc. Champlin Foundations, The Chapman Charitable Trust, H. A. and Mary K. Charina Foundation, Inc. Chartwell Charitable Foundation Chase Family Foundation, Inc., Rhoda & David, The Chisholm Charitable Trust, M. A. Chisholm Foundation, The Christensen Fund, The Chutney Foundation, Inc., The Cincinnati Foundation, Greater, The Circle of Service Foundation Citi Foundation Citizens Charitable Foundation Claneil Foundation, Inc. Clark-Winchcole Foundation Cleveland Foundation, The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc., The Codrington Charitable Foundation, George W., The Colcom Foundation Collins Foundation, Carol & James, The Collins Foundation, The Columbus Foundation and Affiliated Organizations, The Comcast Foundation, The Commonwealth Fund, The Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc. Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc., The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, The Community Foundation for Monterey County Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Inc. Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, The Community Foundation of Broward Community Foundation of Greater Jackson Community Foundation of Greater Lakeland, Inc., The Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of Louisville, Inc., The Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County, Inc. Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County, The Compass Bank Foundation Compton Foundation, Inc. Connelly Foundation Cooper Foundation Corbin Foundation, Mary S. & David C. Cord Foundation, The Corning Incorporated Foundation Covington Foundation, Marion Stedman, The

84,700 $100,000

20,000 150,000 10,000 180,000 3,431,503 548,550 50,000 35,000 147,750 250,000 10,000 56,500 558,635 15,000 5,000 75,000 10,000 60,000 50,000 727,285 200,000 50,000 25,000 35,000 167,900 49,000 30,000 2,317,302 3,250,000 5,000 90,000 5,000 235,000 90,000 22,600 360,000 60,672 246,791 10,000 10,000 10,000 26,000 60,600 5,000 10,000 20,000 44,250 16,950 18,000 45,000 65,000 50,000 14,000 75,000 10,000 12,500 10,000

1 3 1 3 23 22 1 2 2 2 1 3 12 1 1 3 1 2 2 10 1 1 1 3 3 5 3 13 2 1 2 1 3 5 1 4 4 8 1 1 1 5 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Foundation Amount No. of Grants
2 1 2 1 1 5 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 7 1 1 3 2 16 3 7 2 2 1 1 3 3 5 5 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 8 2 4 1 1 1 2 80 1 1 5 1 4 6 2 1 1 2 1 1 6 1 1 1 160 1 2 1 1 2 5 1 1 32 1 55 2

TABLE 1. (continued)
Foundation Amount No. of Grants
1 1 3 4 6 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 4 1 1

Cowles Charitable Trust, The Cox Foundation of Georgia, Inc., James M., The Crown Memorial, Arie and Ida Crystal Trust Cullman Foundation, Inc., Lewis B. & Dorothy Cummings Foundation, Nathan, The Cummins Foundation, The Dade Community Foundation, Inc. Davis Foundations, Arthur Vining, The Delmas Foundation, Gladys Krieble, The DeRoy Testamentary Foundation Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Diamond Charitable Trust, Miriam and Arthur DM Foundation, The Dobkin Family Foundation Dodge Foundation, Inc., Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc., P. L. Dodge Jones Foundation Dominion Foundation Donnelley Foundation, Gaylord and Dorothy Donner Foundation, William H., The Dorot Foundation Dow Foundation, Herbert H. and Grace A., The Driehaus Foundation, Richard H., The Duke Charitable Foundation, Doris Duke Endowment, The duPont Fund, Jessie Ball Dyson Foundation Earhart Foundation Eccles Foundation, George S. and Dolores Dore Eden Hall Foundation Educational Foundation of America, The Eisner Foundation, Inc., The El Paso Community Foundation El Pomar Foundation Eliasberg Family Foundation, Inc., The England Family Foundation, Inc., Lois & Richard, The Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation Fairchild Foundation, Inc., Sherman, The Feintech Family Foundation Fidelity Foundation Finger Foundation, Jerry and Nanette Finley Charitable Trust, J. B. Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute, Inc. Flora Family Foundation Ford Foundation, The Foundation for Arts Initiatives Foundation for the Carolinas Foundation for the Mid South Francis Family Foundation, The Freeman Foundation Freeman Foundation, Ella West, The Fremont Area Community Foundation Friedmann Family Charitable Trust, Philip M. Fuller Foundation, Inc., The Galvin Foundation, Robert W. Gannett Foundation, Inc. Gates Family Foundation Gates Foundation, Bill & Melinda General Service Foundation Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. Getty Foundation, Ann and Gordon, The Getty Trust, J. Paul Gilder Foundation, Inc. Gill Foundation, The Golden Rule Foundation, Inc., The Goldenberg Foundation, Max Goldman Fund, Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund, Richard and Rhoda Goldsmith Foundation, Horace W. Gordon Parks Charitable Trust Gould Foundation, Florence, The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts GRAMMY Foundation, The Grant Foundation, William T.

10,000 500,000 $55,000 25,000 200,000 238,920 100,000 10,000 350,000 56,000 35,000 45,700 5,000 50,000 1,152,914 25,000 20,000 982,188 20,000 607,305 95,000 1,516,999 75,933 25,000 1,000,000 150,000 214,042 60,000 2,117,443 168,000 300,000 30,000 25,000 100,000 110,000 5,000 5,000 25,000 8,860,861 65,000 675,000 5,000 15,535 227,873 182,000 18,123,745 10,000 8,890 113,300 15,000 582,400 125,000 55,000 5,000 25,000 10,000 12,050 20,000 3,339,384 60,000 500,000 5,000 20,649,695 75,000 50,000 5,750 10,000 60,000 55,000 10,000 5,892,873 2,224,468 10,000 1,598,102 318,115

Greenwall Foundation, The Griffin-Cole Fund, The Gulf Coast Community Foundation Gund Foundation, Agnes, The Gund Foundation, George, The Haas Fund, Mimi and Peter Haas Fund, Walter and Elise Hall Family Foundation Hall-Perrine Foundation, Inc., The Hardin Foundation, Phil Harman Family Foundation Harris Foundation, Irving, The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, The Hearst Foundation, William Randolph Heinz Endowments, The Held Foundation, The Heritage Fund - The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County Heritage Mark Foundation Herrick Foundation Herzstein Charitable Foundation, Albert & Ethel Hewlett Foundation, William and Flora, The Hillcrest Foundation Hillman Foundation, Henry L. Hirsch Family Foundation, Bob & Nita Hitchcock Charitable Foundation, Eleanor and Henry Hobbs Foundation, The Hoffman Foundation, Inc., Maximilian E. & Marion O., The Hofmann Trust, Renate, Hans & Maria Horn Foundation, Mildred V. Houston Community Foundation, Greater Houston Endowment Inc. Hunt Foundation, Roy A. Hurst Foundation, Fern Karesh Hyde and Watson Foundation, The Inasmuch Foundation Iowa West Foundation Irvine Foundation, James, The Jaharis Family Foundation, Inc., The Jerome Foundation Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Contribution Fund Johnson Endeavor Foundation, Christian A. Johnson Family Fund, The Johnson Foundation, Robert Wood, The Johnson Fund, Edward C. Jones Foundation, Inc., Helen Joukowsky Family Foundation Joyce Foundation, The JPMorgan Chase Foundation, The Kaiser Family Foundation, Henry J., The Kansas City Community Foundation, Greater Kaplan Fund, Inc., J. M., The Karan-Weiss Foundation, The Karsh Family Foundation, The Katz Foundation, Jane and Robert, The Kauffman Foundation, Ewing Marion Kaye Foundation, Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Keck Foundation, W. M. Kellen Foundation, Inc., Anna Maria & Stephen Kellogg Foundation, W. K. Kelly Foundation, Inc., Ellsworth Kemper Foundation, William T. Kendall Foundation, Henry P., The Kerr Foundation, Inc., Robert S. and Grayce B., The Kimmelman Family Foundation, Inc., Elbrun and Peter, The Klarman Family Foundation Kluge Foundation, John W., The KMD Foundation Knight Foundation, John S. and James L. Kohlberg Foundation, Inc., The Koret Foundation Kornreich Charitable Foundation, Ltd., John and Janet Kraus Family Foundation, The

10,000 10,000 $65,355 267,500 956,300 20,000 40,000 25,000 129,969 100,000 15,000 5,000 150,000 1,450,000 205,000 5,000 25,000 25,000 400,000 225,000 6,170,000 100,000 10,000 10,000 11,000 15,000 25,000 15,000 10,000 20,000 2,235,000 29,000 5,000 10,000 39,000 62,250 380,000 60,000 309,000 10,000 25,000 5,000 1,362,997 43,600 254,100 803,860 300,000 35,000 20,000 22,000 1,035,000 10,000 25,000 50,000 191,007 10,000 1,000,000 5,000 75,000 100,000 35,000 11,000 15,000 60,000 400,000 75,000 62,000 975,000 250,000 60,000 10,000 20,000

1 1 3 10 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 3 1 1 1 2 5 1 5 1 2 1 3 2 4 12 2 4 2 1 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 4 1 4 1 1

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Foundation Amount No. of Grants
1 74 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 17 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 83 3 6 1 2 2 5 2 2 2 2 1 5 1 1 5 3 3 1 1 334 7 1 1 5 2 4 1 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 6 2 4 1 130 3 48 3 2 1 3 5 1

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Foundation Amount No. of Grants
8 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 4 1 2 9 6 1 2 23 2 2 1 3 1 10 1 3 4 1 1 4 1 1 1 2 1

Kresge Foundation, The 800,000 Kress Foundation, Samuel H. 2,753,548 Kronkosky Charitable Foundation, Albert & Bessie Mae $40,000 Lane Family Foundation, The 25,000 Lannan Foundation 30,000 Larson Legacy, The 5,000 Lauder Foundation, Leonard and Evelyn, The 17,500 LEF Foundation 30,000 Lenfest Foundation, Inc., The 20,000 Lennon Charitable Trust, Fred A., The 100,000 Levy Foundation, Leon 1,578,362 Levy-Markus Foundation, Inc., The 25,000 Liberty Mutual Foundation, Inc., The 10,000 Lilly Endowment Inc. 3,241,222 Lincy Foundation, The 200,000 Linden Trust For Conservation 5,000 Little Foundation, Inc., W. Paul & Lucille Caudill, The 24,628 Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation 10,000 Lowell Community Foundation, Greater 50,000 Lucasfilm Foundation 25,000 Luce Foundation, Inc., Henry, The 6,094,200 Lurie Foundation, Ann and Robert H. 375,000 MacArthur Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. 851,000 Mack Foundation, Inc., Earle I., The 5,000 Macy, Jr. Foundation, Josiah 510,000 Maine Community Foundation, Inc., The 25,000 Manoogian Foundation, Richard & Jane 343,750 Marbrook Foundation 10,000 Marin Community Foundation 78,000 Marks Foundation, Inc., Carl 25,000 MARPAT Foundation, Inc. 42,500 Mayborn Foundation, Frank W. & Sue, The 200,000 Mayer Foundation, Louis B., The 98,844 McCabe Foundation, B. C. 40,000 McCune Foundation 125,000 McGovern Foundation, John P. 290,000 McKnight Foundation, The 195,000 McLean Contributionship, The 140,145 McNulty Foundation, John P. & Anne Welsh 25,000 Meijer Foundation, The 125,000 Mellon Foundation, Andrew W., The 176,660,225 Mellon Foundation, Richard King 807,000 Menschel Family Foundation, Robert and Joyce, The 10,000 Merage Foundation, David and Laura 16,000 Merck Fund, John, The 160,000 Mercury Foundation of New York, Inc. 22,000 Merrill Foundation, Inc., The 40,000 Mertz Gilmore Foundation 70,000 Meyer Memorial Trust 162,170 Milwaukee Foundation, Greater 103,500 Minneapolis Foundation, The 30,000 Minnesota Community Foundation 50,000 Mitchell Foundation, Cynthia & George, The 40,000 Monell Foundation, Ambrose, The 15,000 Monterey Peninsula Foundation 250,000 Moore Foundation, Gordon and Betty 541,321 Morgan Foundation, Margaret Clark, The 290,000 Moriah Fund 10,000 Morning Star Family Foundation, The 10,000 Morton Foundation, Inc., Peter A. 15,000 Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust, The 7,500 Mott Charitable Trust, Stewart R. 20,000 Murdock Charitable Trust, M. J. 1,720,300 Murphy Foundation, Dan 40,000 Nash Family Foundation 72,500 Nason Foundation, Inc., Alex G. 20,000 National Film Preservation Foundation 1,852,130 New Orleans Foundation, Greater, The 75,000 New York Community Trust, The 2,410,800 New York Life Foundation 1,200,000 New York Times Company Foundation, Inc., The 20,000 New-Land Foundation, Inc., The 25,000 Newhouse Foundation, Inc., Samuel I. 15,000 Newman's Own Foundation 100,000 Nicholas Family Charitable Trust 5,000

Noble Foundation, Inc., Edward John Norcliffe Foundation, The Nord Family Foundation, The Norris Foundation, Kenneth T. and Eileen L., The Northwest Area Foundation Norton Family Foundation, Peter O'Connor Foundation, A. Lindsay and Olive B. Oishei Foundation, John R., The Oki Foundation, The Oklahoma City Community Foundation, Inc. Olive Bridge Fund, Inc. Olsson Memorial Foundation, Elis Open Society Institute Oregon Community Foundation, The Overbrook Foundation, The Packard Foundation, David and Lucile, The Packard Humanities Institute, The Paley Foundation, Inc., William S. Park Foundation, Inc. Parsons Foundation, Mary Morton, The Parsons Foundation, Ralph M., The Penates Foundation, The Penn Foundation, William, The Perot Foundation, The Pforzheimer Foundation, Inc., Carl and Lily, The Philadelphia Foundation, The Phillips Family Foundation, Jay and Rose, The Pineywoods Foundation of Lufkin, The Pittsburgh Foundation, The PNC Foundation, The Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc. Post and Courier Foundation Price Charitable Foundation, Tina & Steven Pritzker Charitable Distribution Fund, Colonel (IL) James N. Pritzker Family Fund, John and Lisa, The Procter & Gamble Fund, The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc., The Protective Life Foundation Prothro Foundation, Vin & Caren Queensgate Foundation Quinn Foundation, Stephen D., The Qwest Foundation Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, Inc. Rasmuson Foundation Reed Foundation, Inc., The Regions Bancorporation Foundation Reinberger Foundation, The Ressler/Gertz Foundation, The Revson Foundation, Inc., Charles H. Reynolds Foundation, Alice Kleberg RGK Foundation Rhode Island Foundation, The Richardson Foundation, Sid W. Rittenhouse Foundation RMF Family Fund, Inc. Roberts Charitable Foundation, Gilroy & Lillian P. Roberts Foundation, Inc., Edward C. & Ann T. Rochester Area Community Foundation Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc. Rockefeller Foundation, The Rockwell Fund, Inc. Rockwern Charitable Foundation, The Rollnick Foundation, William D. Rollnick and Nancy Ellison RosaMary Foundation, The Rosenberg, Jr. Foundation, Inc., Dorothy L. & Henry A., The Rosner Foundation, Inc., Leo Ross Foundation, Inc., Arthur Rothschild Foundation, Judith, The Rubenstein Family Charitable Foundation, Harold Rubenstein Family Foundation, Marilyn and Barry, The Rudin Family Foundation, Inc., May and Samuel Russell Memorial Foundation, Robert Sacks Family Foundation

6,129,682 50,000 $32,500 15,000 235,000 10,000 20,000 5,000 6,750 214,000 500,000 10,000 665,000 195,000 7,500 280,000 11,129,919 1,213,111 280,000 100,000 60,000 5,000 1,532,882 23,923 342,000 87,790 50,000 20,000 183,359 50,000 30,000 15,000 30,000 10,000 176,000 60,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 5,000 10,000 40,000 12,000 653,586 10,650 50,000 286,000 10,000 1,105,000 10,000 250,000 30,000 260,000 11,000 10,000 13,400 12,500 137,300 25,000 17,805,611 25,000 16,829 10,000 180,000 125,000 30,000 60,000 95,000 10,000 10,000 11,050 5,000 97,790

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Foundation Amount No. of Grants
1 1 2 2 1 3 13 1 2 2

Samuels Foundation, Inc., Fan Fox and Leslie R., The San Diego Foundation, The San Francisco Foundation, The Sanders Foundation, The Sandler Foundation, Inc., Reba Judith, The Santa Barbara Foundation Scholl Foundation, Dr. Schumann Center for Media and Democracy, Inc., The Schwartz Family Foundation, Eric & Erica, The Seattle Foundation, The Semel Charitable Foundation, The Shapiro Charitable Trust, Mickey Sheffield-Harrold Charitable Trust Shiloh Foundation, The Silicon Valley Community Foundation Simon Foundation, Inc., Dr. Hila Louise Chashin, The Simonds Foundation, Juliet L. Hillman Sloan Foundation, Alfred P. Small Foundation, Inc., Albert & Lillian Smart Family Foundation, Inc., The Snider Foundation, Christine & Edward, The Sobel and Marcia Dunn Foundation, Jonathan, The Soda Foundation, Y & H Sparkplug Foundation Spencer Foundation, The Spencer Foundation, W. L. S., The Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation, Seth, The Starbucks Foundation, The Starr Foundation, The Staten Island Foundation, The Stein Foundation/Fund No. 2, Louis and Bessie Sternlicht Family Foundation, Inc., The Stockman Family Foundation Trust Stoddard Family Foundation, Inc. Stout Foundation, Charles H. Strong Foundation, The Stuart Foundation Summerlee Foundation, The Sun Hill Foundation SunTrust Mid-Atlantic Foundation Surdna Foundation, Inc. Tapper Charitable Foundation Target Foundation Temple Foundation, T. L. L. Temple-Inland Foundation Thaw Charitable Trust, Eugene V. & Clare E.

175,000 116,327 $798,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 30,000 420,000 10,000 187,050 50,000 25,000 35,639 15,000 250,006 25,000 50,000 4,255,195 5,000 25,000 9,200 25,000 5,000 10,000 98,000 95,000 20,000 95,000 550,000 100,000 298,000 25,000 2,496,696 15,000 40,000 100,000 455,207 20,000 125,000 12,000 100,000 10,000 40,000 4,075,992 188,474 25,000

1 2 3 3 1 37 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 3 10 4 2

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation Tianaderrah Foundation, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation, The Toll Foundation, Bruce E. and Robbi S., The Tomorrow Foundation Travelers Foundation Trust for Mutual Understanding U.S. Bancorp Foundation, Inc. UPS Foundation, The Vanden Heuvel Foundation, Inc., Melinda & William J., The Ventura County Community Foundation Verizon Foundation Vermont Community Foundation Vital Projects Fund, Inc. Walker Foundation, Archie D. and Bertha H. Wallis Foundation Walsh Foundation, Dale & Edna, The Walton Family Foundation, Inc. Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Andy, The Warren Family Foundation Wasserman Foundation Weeden Foundation Weiler Foundation, Inc., Theodore & Renee Wein Foundation, George and Joyce Weinberg Foundation, John L. and Sue Ann Weingart Foundation Wendt Foundation, Margaret L., The Western New York Foundation, The White Flowers Foundation Wiegand Foundation, E. L. Wiener Foundation, Inc., Malcolm Hewitt Wilcox Trust, George N. Wilkinson Foundation, Vincent Williams Foundation, Dave H. & Reba W. Williamson Family Foundation Wilson Charitable Trust, Robert W., The Wohlgemuth Foundation, Inc., Esther & Morton Wood-Claeyssens Foundation Woodruff Foundation, Inc., Robert W. Wunderkinder Foundation, The Yawkey Foundation II YPI Charitable Trust Zarrow Foundation, Anne and Henry, The Zemurray Foundation ToTal

5,000 $11,500 400,000 19,000 25,000 30,000 457,000 5,000 25,000 15,000

7,695 25,000 150,000 10,000 10,000 25,000 10,000 10,000 1,820,000 16,597 97,790 15,000 50,000 8,400 5,000 750,000 100,000 25,000 83,000 129,621 15,000 10,000 10,000 50,000 62,383 16,315,578 10,000 50,000 35,000 2,000,000 675,000 10,000 25,655 301,000 $417,885,763

1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 14 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 4 1 4 1 1 2 1 2 1 2,270

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TABLE 2. Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums by Recipient Location
Recipient location
Alabama Alaska Argentina Arizona Australia Austria Belgium Bolivia Brazil California Canada Chile China Colombia Colorado Connecticut Delaware Denmark District of Columbia Egypt England Florida France Georgia Germany Greece Hawaii Hong Kong Idaho Illinois India Indiana Indonesia Iowa Ireland Israel Italy Kansas Kentucky Kenya Louisiana Maine Mali Maryland Massachusetts Mexico Michigan

TABLE 2. (continued)
Recipient location
Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nepal Netherlands Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York New Zealand Nigeria North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Peru Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Rhode Island Russia Scotland Senegal South Africa South Carolina Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Tennessee Texas Turkey Uganda Uruguay Utah Venezuela Vermont Vietnam Virginia Washington West Bank/Gaza Wisconsin Wyoming ToTal

Amount
$1,167,789 1,102,356 745,220 2,168,305 60,000 764,552 336,000 30,000 500,000 36,679,393 1,780,411 323,000 293,247 120,000 3,930,750 2,873,520 1,441,150 399,759 34,214,649 785,000 17,343,406 1,064,170 2,518,260 11,200,391 3,989,436 234,000 437,396 40,000 43,142 13,035,429 1,456,600 6,398,506 323,818 310,139 1,302,501 199,999 6,932,357 1,225,660 2,967,848 566,800 3,236,164 307,330 590,335 5,013,120 16,617,170 94,000 5,353,530

No. of Grants
23 10 7 5 1 6 2 1 5 255 8 3 5 2 16 27 11 2 188 5 58 20 14 38 23 2 9 2 2 91 7 14 4 5 5 3 18 4 15 5 45 12 1 27 111 2 23

Amount
1,122,026 1,218,355 3,049,721 270,980 453,900 265,000 980,000 59,765 562,580 1,362,090 1,413,623 146,651,838 50,000 300,000 5,901,197 5,313,129 309,510 842,170 13,877,381 99,300 81,000 50,000 20,000 1,732,855 2,941,000 293,000 957,300 3,487,903 302,500 340,000 1,741,000 127,914 808,805 17,239,606 21,510 13,000 18,000 199,680 98,000 573,810 374,700 4,063,235 5,073,272 400,000 248,500 60,000 $417,885,763

No. of Grants
26 16 24 3 8 1 4 3 7 13 18 528 1 1 26 49 10 13 103 2 1 1 2 18 13 2 2 25 8 1 6 2 16 88 1 1 1 6 2 7 2 28 28 1 6 4 2,270

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TABLE 3. Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums by Primary Subject
Subject
Animals/wildlife Arts/culture/humanities Civil rights Community improvement/development Crime/courts/legal services Education Employment Environment Health--general Housing/shelter Human services--multipurpose International affairs/development Medical research Philanthropy/voluntarism Public affairs/government Recreation/sports/athletics Religion Safety/disaster relief Science Social sciences Youth development ToTal

TABLE 4. Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums by Recipient Type*
Type of support
Animal/Wildlife Agencies Arts/Humanities Organizations Churches/Temples/Mosques Civil Rights Groups Colleges & Universities Community Improvement Organizations Educational Support Agencies Environmental Agencies Ethics Organizations Government Agencies Graduate Schools Hospitals/Medical Care Facilities Human Service Agencies Information/Public Education Centers International Organizations Junior/Community Colleges Libraries Media Organizations Medical Research Organizations Museums/Historical Societies Performing Arts Groups Philanthropy Organizations Professional Societies & Associations Public Administration Agencies Public Policy Institutes Public/General Health Organizations Recreation Organizations Research Institutes Schools Science Organizations Single Organization Support Social Science Organizations Technical Assistance Centers Youth Development Organizations

Amount
$145,000 228,189,249 3,983,600 973,007 372,500 136,155,794 10,000 12,827,618 1,972,870 20,000 505,207 12,205,000 45,000 2,770,211 6,956,824 65,000 979,772 515,000 3,249,621 5,525,490 419,000 $417,885,763

%
0 54.6 1 0.2 0.1 32.6 0 3.1 0.5 0 0.1 2.9 0 0.7 1.7 0 0.2 0.1 0.8 1.3 0.1 100

No. of Grants
2 1,449 21 7 5 531 1 78 12 1 3 48 2 8 23 2 8 10 23 34 2 2,270

Amount
$330,000 99,224,250 1,365,434 690,000 95,845,001 1,054,233 33,304,179 1,200,418 757,300 1,714,717 19,012,293 464,623 1,155,643 6,296,700 13,548,750 100,000 98,637,029 8,906,923 17,657,484 163,528,457 11,683,375 5,858,970 4,593,847 8,607,239 1,270,000 174,500 801,510 18,331,921 1,119,900 2,385,800 18,250,441 9,137,583 26,101,334 20,000

No. of Grants
5 638 22 9 446 17 43 20 1 13 36 8 12 17 61 1 587 103 11 913 81 31 28 42 8 8 8 21 16 23 113 29 37 1

* Grants may support multiple recipient types, and would thereby be counted twice.

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TABLE 5. Top 15 Grants in Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Recipient name
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 Rockefeller University World Monuments Fund ARTstor ARTstor Metropolitan Museum of Art Ithaka Harbors Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation World Monuments Fund Metropolitan Museum of Art Fernbank Museum of Natural History Council on Library and Information Resources Brooklyn Museum Carnegie Mellon University Ithaka Harbors Friends of the Nelson Mandela Foundation George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film

Donor
The Rockefeller Foundation, NY The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust, NY The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY The Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Inc., MD The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY Gordon Parks Charitable Trust, NY The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust, NY The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY Edward John Noble Foundation, Inc., NY The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc., GA The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NY

Grant Amount
$15,000,000 10,289,783 8,550,000 6,500,000 6,216,711 6,000,000 5,892,873 5,229,491 5,000,000 4,359,550 4,274,000 3,925,000 3,870,000 3,700,000 3,000,000 3,000,000

Entry
1854 1937 1414 1415 774 1520 1126 1938 1546 1803 1462 1437 1446 1521 640 1496

TABLE 6. Top 25 Foundations in Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Foundation
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation J. Paul Getty Trust The Ford Foundation The Rockefeller Foundation The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust The Packard Humanities Institute The Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Inc. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Edward John Noble Foundation, Inc. The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. The Annenberg Foundation Gordon Parks Charitable Trust Alfred P. Sloan Foundation T. L. L. Temple Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc. Lilly Endowment Inc. The Brown Foundation, Inc. Samuel H. Kress Foundation AT&T Foundation Stockman Family Foundation Trust The New York Community Trust The Cleveland Foundation Houston Endowment Inc. ToTal

State
NY CA NY NY NY CA MD CA NY NY CA NY NY TX NY WA GA IN TX NY TX MD NY OH TX

No. of Amount Grants
$176,660,225 20,649,695 18,123,745 17,805,611 16,315,578 11,129,919 8,860,861 6,170,000 6,129,682 6,094,200 6,074,030 5,892,873 4,255,195 4,075,992 3,431,503 3,339,384 3,250,000 3,241,222 2,782,000 2,753,548 2,700,848 2,496,696 2,410,800 2,317,302 2,235,000 $339,195,909 334 160 80 5 4 23 8 10 8 83 16 1 8 10 23 6 2 2 7 74 9 37 48 13 9 980

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ALABAMA
Birmingham: Birmingham Public Library, Government Documents Dept., 2100 Park Place (205) 226-3620 Gadsden: Gadsden Public Library, 254 College St. (256) 549-4699 Hoover: Hoover Public Library, 200 Municipal Dr. (205) 444-7800 Huntsville: Huntsville-Madison County Public Library, Information and Periodicals Dept., 915 Monroe St. (256) 532-5940 Mobile: Mobile Public Library, 5555 Grelot Rd. (251) 340-8555 Montgomery: Auburn University at Montgomery, 74-40 East Dr. (334) 244-3200

Fort Smith: University of Arkansas—Fort Smith, Boreham Library, 5210 Grand Ave. (479) 788-7204 Little Rock: Central Arkansas Library System, 100 Rock St. (501) 918-3000 Little Rock: Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, 200 S. Commerce, Ste. 100 (501) 324-2233 Mountain Home: Arkansas State University, Norma Wood Library, 1600 S. College St. (870) 508-6112

AUSTRALIA
Brisbane, QLD: Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Library, 2 George St., Level 7, V Block (+61) 7-3138-2083

ALASKA
Anchorage: University of Alaska - Anchorage, Consortium Library, 3211 Providence Dr. (907) 786-1848 Juneau: Juneau Public Library, 292 Marine Way (907) 586-5267

BRAZIL
Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais: Instituto Hartmann Regueira, Rua Nicaragua, 36 Sion (+55) 31-3228-1750

CALIFORNIA
Bakersfield: Kern County Library, Beale Memorial Library, 701 Truxtun Ave. (661) 868-0701 Bayside: Rooney Resource Center, Humboldt Area Foundation, 373 Indianola Rd. (707) 442-2993 Berkeley: Berkeley Public Library, 2090 Kittredge St. (510) 981-6100 Camarillo: Ventura County Community Foundation, Center for Nonprofit Leadership, 1317 Del Norte Rd., Ste. 150 (805) 988-0196 Colusa: Community Foundation of Colusa County, 2967 Davison Ct., Ste. C (530) 458-4222 Fairfield: Solano Community Foundation, 1261 Travis Blvd., Ste. 320 (707) 399-3846

ARIZONA
Flagstaff: Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library, 300 W. Aspen Ave. (928) 779-7670 Phoenix: Phoenix Public Library, Information Services Dept., 1221 N. Central Ave. (602) 262-4636 Prescott: Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. (928) 777-1500 Tucson: Pima County Public Library, 101 N. Stone Ave. (520) 594-5500 Yuma: Yuma County Library District, Main Branch, 2951 S. 21st Dr. (928) 782-1871

ARKANSAS
Fayetteville: Fayetteville Public Library, 401 W. Mountain St. (479) 856-7000

Fresno: Fresno County Library, 2420 Mariposa St. (559) 488-3195 Livermore: Las Positas College Library, 3000 Campus Hill Dr., Bldg. 2000 (925) 424-1151 Lompoc: Lompoc Public Library, 501 E. North Ave. (805) 875-8789 Long Beach: Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership, 3635 Atlantic Ave. (562) 290-0018 Los Angeles: Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research, 6120 S. Vermont Ave. (323) 759-6063 Milpitas: Compasspoint Nonprofit Services, Nonprofit Development Library, 600 Valley Way, Ste. A (408) 719-1400 Modesto: Stanislaus County Library, 1500 I St. (209) 558-7800 Monterey: Community Foundation for Monterey County, 2354 Garden Rd. (831) 375-9712 North Hills: Los Angeles Public Library, Mid-Valley Regional Branch Library, 16244 Nordhoff St. (818) 895-3654 Oakland: Oakland Public Library, 125 14th St. (510) 238-6611 Pasadena: Flintridge Foundation, 1040 Lincoln Ave., Ste. 100 (626) 449-0839 Quincy: Plumas County Library, 445 Jackson St (530) 283-6310 Redding: Shasta College, Center for Nonprofit Resources, 1504 Market St., Ste. 200 (530) 225-4385 Richmond: Richmond Public Library, 325 Civic Center Plaza (510) 620-6561 Riverside: Riverside Public Library, 3581 Mission Inn Ave. (951) 826-5201 Riverside: Volunteer Center of Riverside County, Resource Center for Nonprofit Management, 2060 University Ave., Ste. 201 (951) 686-4402

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Sacramento: Nonprofit Resource Center, 1331 Garden Highway (916) 285-1840 San Diego: Nonprofit Management Solutions, 8265 Vickers St., Ste. C (858) 292-5702 San Diego: San Diego Foundation, 2508 Historic Decatur, Ste. 200 (619) 235-2300 San Mateo: San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. 3rd Ave. (650) 522-7802 San Pedro: Los Angeles Public Library, San Pedro Regional Branch, 931 S. Gaffey St. (310) 548-7779 San Rafael: Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership of Marin, 555 Northgate Dr. (415) 479-5710 Santa Ana: Volunteer Center Orange County, 1901 E. 4th St., Ste. 100 (714) 953-5757 Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Public Library, 40 E. Anapamu St. (805) 962-7653 Santa Monica: Santa Monica Public Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd. (310) 458-8600 Santa Rosa: Sonoma County Library, 3rd and E Sts. (707) 545-0831 Seaside: Seaside Branch Library, 550 Harcourt Ave. (831) 899-2055 Sonora: Sierra Nonprofit Services, 591 S. Washington St. (209) 533-1093 Soquel: Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County, 2425 Porter St., Ste. 17 (831) 477-0800 Truckee: Truckee Tahoe Community Foundation, 11071 Donner Pass Rd. (530) 587-1776 Ukiah: Catalyst (North Coast Opportunities), 776 S. State St., Ste. 102B (707) 462-2984 Victorville: High Desert Resource Network, c/o Women’s Business Center, 15490 Civic Dr., Ste. 106 (760) 949-2930 Westport: Westport Public Library, Arnold Bernhard Plaza, 20 Jesup Rd. (203) 291-4800

Foundation Grants for Preservation In Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Brunswick: United Way of Coastal Georgia, Coastal Georgia Nonprofit Center, 1311 Union St. (912) 265-1850 Columbus: Chattahoochee Valley Regional Library System, Columbus Public Library, 3000 Macon Rd. (706) 243-2669 Gainesville: Hall County Library System, 127 Main St. NW (770) 532-3311 Macon: Methodist Home, Rumford Center, 304 Pierce Ave., 1st Fl. (478) 751-2800 Savannah: Georgia Center for Nonprofits, Coastal Georgia Regional Office, 428 Bull St., Ste. 202E (912) 234-9688 Thomasville: Thomas County Public Library, 201 N. Madison St. (229) 225-5252 Vienna: Southwest Georgia United, 1150 Industrial Dr. (229) 268-7592 Indianapolis: First Samuel (W)Holistic Resource Center, 1402 N. Belleview Place (317) 636-7653 Indianapolis: Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library, 40 E. St. Clair St. (317) 275-4100 Muncie: Muncie Public Library, 2005 S. High St. (765) 747-8204 Shelbyville: Shelbyville-Shelby County Public Library, 57 W. Broadway St. (317) 398-7121 Terre Haute: Vigo County Public Library, One Library Square (812) 232-1113 Valparaiso: Valparaiso University, Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources, 1410 Chapel Dr. (219) 464-5364 Vincennes: Knox County Public Library, 502 N. 7th St. (812) 886-4380 Washington: Carnegie Public Library, 300 W. Main St. (812) 254-4586

DELAWARE
Dover: Dover Public Library, 45 S. State St. (302) 736-7030 Newark: University of Delaware, Hugh M. Morris Library, 181 S. College Ave. (302) 831-2432 Wilmington: University of Delaware, Center for Community Research and Service, 100 W. 10th St., Ste. 812 (302) 573-4475

FLORIDA
Bartow: Bartow Public Library, 2150 S. Broadway Ave. (863) 534-0131 Boca Raton: Junior League of Boca Raton, Vegso Community Resource Center, 261 NW 13th St. (561) 620-2553 Clearwater: JWB Children’s Services Council of Pinellas County Grants Resource Center, 14155 58th St. N. (727) 547-5670 Clermont: Community Foundation of South Lake County, George Hovis and Don Wickham Community and Nonprofit Resource Center, 2150 Oakley Seaver Dr. (352) 394-3818 Daytona Beach: Volusia County Library Center, City Island, 105 E. Magnolia Ave. (386) 257-6036 Fort Lauderdale: Nova Southeastern University, Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center, 3100 Ray Ferrero Jr. Blvd. (954) 262-4613 Fort Myers: Southwest Florida Community Foundation, 8260 College Pkwy., Ste. 101 (239) 274-5900 Fort Pierce: Indian River Community College, Miley Library, Learning Resources Center, 3209 Virginia Ave. (866) 866-4722 Gainesville: Alachua County Library District, 401 E. University Ave. (352) 334-3900 Jacksonville: Jacksonville Public Libraries, 303 N. Laura St. (904) 630-2665 Miami: Miami-Dade Public Library, Humanities/Social Science Department, 101 W. Flagler St. (305) 375-5575 Orlando: Orange County Library System, Social Sciences Dept., 101 E. Central Blvd. (407) 835-7323 Sarasota: Selby Public Library, 1331 1st St. (941) 861-1100 Stuart: Martin County Library System, Blake Library, 2351 SE Monterey Rd. (772) 288-5702 Tampa: Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative, John F. Germany Public Library, 900 N. Ashley Dr. (813) 273-3652 West Palm Beach: Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, 700 S. Dixie Highway, Ste. 200 (561) 659-6800 Winter Park: Rollins College, Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Center Library, 200 E. New England Ave., Ste. 250 (407) 975-6414

IDAHO
Boise: Boise Public Library, 715 S. Capitol Blvd. (208) 384-4024 Coeur d’Alene: United Way of Kootenai County, 501 E. Lakeside Ave., Ste. 3 (208) 667-8112 Pocatello: Marshall Public Library, 113 S. Garfield (208) 232-1263

IOWA
Ames: Iowa State University, 204 Parks Library (515) 294-3642 Cedar Rapids: Cedar Rapids Public Library, 2600 Edgewood Rd. SW (319) 398-5123 Council Bluffs: Council Bluffs Public Library, 400 Willow Ave. (712) 323-7553 Des Moines: Des Moines Public Library, 1000 Grand Ave. (515) 283-4152 Dubuque: Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque, 700 Locust St., Ste. 195 (563) 588-2700 Fairfield: Fairfield Public Library, 104 W. Adams (641) 472-6551 Sioux City: Sioux City Public Library, Siouxland Funding Research Center, 529 Pierce St. (712) 255-2933

ILLINOIS
Carbondale: Carbondale Public Library, 405 W. Main St. (618) 457-0354 Chicago: Donors Forum, 208 S. LaSalle, Ste. 1535 (312) 578-0175 Evanston: Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington Ave. (847) 448-8630 Glen Ellyn: College of DuPage, Philanthropy Center, Student Resource Center, 425 Fawell Blvd. (630) 942-3364 Grayslake: College of Lake County, John C. Murphy Memorial Library, Lake County Philanthropy Center, 19351 W. Washington St. (847) 543-2071 Joliet: Joliet Junior College Library, 1215 Houbolt Rd., J-Bldg., 3rd Fl. (815) 729-9020 Oak Forest: Acorn Public Library, 15624 S. Central Ave. (708) 687-3700 Quincy: John Wood Community College, West Central Illinois Philanthropy Center, 1301 S. 48th St. (217) 224-6500 Rock Island: Rock Island Public Library, 401 19th St. (309) 732-7323 Schaumburg: Schaumburg Township District Library, Northwest Suburban Philanthropy Center, 130 S. Roselle Rd. (847) 985-4000 Springfield: University of Illinois at Springfield, Central Illinois Nonprofit Resources Center, Brookens Library, One University Plaza, MS BRK 140 (217) 206-6633

COLORADO
Colorado Springs: El Pomar Nonprofit Resource Center, Penrose Library, 20 N. Cascade Ave. (719) 531-6333 Denver: Denver Public Library, 10 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy. (720) 865-1111 Durango: Durango Public Library, 1900 East 3rd Ave. (970) 375-3380 Grand Junction: Mesa County Libraries, 530 Grand Ave. (970) 243-4443 Greeley: High Plains Library District, Farr Branch Library, 1939 61st Ave. (970) 506-8550 Pueblo: Doris D. Kester Southern Colorado Community Foundation, Nonprofit Resource Center, Rawlings Public Library, 100 E. Abriendo Ave. (719) 562-5626 Steamboat Springs: Yampa Valley Community Foundation, 465 Anglers Dr., Ste. 2-G (970) 879-8632

KANSAS
Colby: Pioneer Memorial Library, 375 W. 4th St. (785) 460-4470 Ellis: Ellis Public Library, 907 Washington St. (785) 726-3464 Junction City: Dorothy Bramlage Public Library, 230 W. 7th St. (785) 238-4311 Liberal: Liberal Memorial Library, 519 N. Kansas (620) 626-0180 Ness City: Ness City Public Library, 113 S. Iowa Ave. (785) 798-3415 Salina: Salina Public Library, 301 W. Elm (785) 825-4624 Topeka: Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, Adult Services, 1515 SW 10th Ave. (785) 580-4400 Wichita: Wichita Public Library, 223 S. Main St. (316) 261-8500

INDIANA
Anderson: Anderson Public Library, 111 E. 12th St. (765) 641-2456 Bloomington: Monroe County Public Library, 303 E. Kirkwood Ave. (812) 349-3050 Evansville: Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library, 200 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (812) 428-8218 Fort Wayne: Allen County Public Library, Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center, 900 Library Plaza (260) 421-1238 Gary: Indiana University Northwest, 3400 Broadway (219) 980-6580

KENTUCKY
Bowling Green: Western Kentucky University, Helm-Cravens Library, 110 Helm Library (270) 745-6163 Covington: Kenton County Public Library, 502 Scott Blvd. (859) 962-4060 Highland Heights: Northern Kentucky University, W. Frank Steely Library, Nunn Drive (859) 572-5456 Lexington: Lexington Public Library, 140 E. Main St. (859) 231-5520 Louisville: Bellarmine University, W.L. Lyons Brown Library, 2001 Newburg Rd. (502) 452-8317

CONNECTICUT
Greenwich: Greenwich Library, 101 W. Putnam Ave. (203) 622-7900 Hartford: Hartford Public Library, 500 Main St. (860) 695-6295 Middletown: Russell Library, 123 Broad St. (860) 347-2520 New Haven: New Haven Free Public Library, 133 Elm St. (203) 946-7431 New Milford: New Milford Public Library, 24 Main St. (860) 355-1191

GEORGIA
Atlanta: Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, Ivan Allen Jr. Reference Dept., One Margaret Mitchell Square (404) 730-1900

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Louisville: Louisville Free Public Library, 301 York St. (502) 574-1617 Somerset: Pulaski County Public Library, 304 S. Main St. (606) 679-8401 Oak Bluffs: Oak Bluffs Public Library, 56R School St. (508) 693-9433 Pittsfield: Berkshire Athenaeum, One Wendell Ave. (413) 499-9480 Springfield: Springfield City Library, 220 State St. (413) 263-6828 West Barnstable: Cape Cod Community College, Wilkens Library, 2240 Iyannough Rd. (508) 362-2131 x4480 Worcester: Worcester Public Library, 3 Salem Square (508) 799-1654

FOUNDATION CENTER COOPERATING COLLECTIONS
Minneapolis: Hennepin County Library, Minneapolis Central Library, 300 Nicollet Mall (612) 630-6000 Rochester: Rochester Public Library, 101 2nd St. SE (507) 328-2300 St. Cloud: Central Minnesota Community Foundation, 101 S. 7th Ave., Ste. 100 (320) 253-4380 St. Paul: St. Paul Public Library, 90 W. 4th St. (651) 266-7000

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord: Concord Public Library, 45 Green St. (603) 225-8670 Plymouth: Plymouth State University, Herbert H. Lamson Library, 17 High St. (603) 535-2258

LOUISIANA
Alexandria: Community Development Works, 1101 4th St., Ste. 101B (318) 443-7880 Baton Rouge: East Baton Rouge Parish Library, River Center Branch, 120 St. Louis St. (225) 389-4967 Baton Rouge: Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations (LANO), 4560 North Blvd., Ste. 117 (225) 343-5266 DeRidder: Beauregard Parish Library, 205 S. Washington Ave. (337) 463-6217 Lafayette: Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations (LANO), Community Foundation of Acadiana, 600 Jefferson St., Ste. 402 (337) 266-2145 New Orleans: Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations (LANO), 1824 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. (504) 309-2081 New Orleans: New Orleans Public Library, Business and Science Division, 219 Loyola Ave. (504) 596-2580 Shreveport: Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations (LANO), 2924 Knight St., Ste. 406 (318) 865-5510 Shreveport: Shreve Memorial Library, 424 Texas St. (318) 226-5894

NEW JERSEY
Elizabeth: Free Public Library of Elizabeth, 11 S. Broad St. (908) 354-6060 Galloway: United Way of Atlantic County, 4 E. Jimmie Leeds Rd., Ste. 10 (609) 404-4483 New Brunswick: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, School of Social Work, Center for Nonprofit Management and Governance, 390 George St., Ste. 511 (732) 932-8758 Piscataway: Piscataway Public Library, John F. Kennedy Branch, 500 Hoes Lane (732) 463-1633 Randolph: County College of Morris, Learning Resource Center, 214 Center Grove Rd. (973) 328-5296 Trenton: New Jersey State Library, 185 W. State St. (609) 278-2640 Vineland: Cumberland County College, Center for Leadership, Community and Neighborhood Development, 3322 College Dr. (856) 691-8600 Washington: Warren County Community College, 475 Rte. 57 W. (908) 835-9222

MEXICO
Guanajuato: Biblioteca Publica de San Miguel de Allende, A.C., Insurgentes 25, San Miguel de Allende (+52) 415-152-0293 Querétaro, Qro: International Resource Center for Civil Society Organizations in Mexico, Senda Eterna 461-3-1, Milenio III (+52) 555-025-9216

MISSISSIPPI
Hattiesburg: Library of Hattiesburg, Petal and Forrest County, 329 Hardy St. (601) 582-4461 Jackson: Jackson/Hinds Library System, 300 N. State St. (601) 968-5803

MISSOURI
Columbia: Columbia/Boone County Community Partnership, 1900 N. Providence, Ste. 300 (573) 256-1890 Joplin: Missouri Southern State University, George A. Spiva Library, 3950 E. Newman Rd. (417) 625-9342 Kansas City: Kansas City Public Library, 14 W. 10th St. (816) 701-3400 Kirkwood: Kirkwood Public Library, 200 S. Kirkwood Rd. (314) 821-5770 Springfield: Springfield-Greene County Library, 4653 S. Campbell (417) 882-0714 St. Louis: St. Louis Public Library, 1301 Olive St. (314) 241-2288 St. Peters: St. Charles City-County Library District, Spencer Road Branch, 427 Spencer Rd. (636) 441-0794

MICHIGAN
Alpena: Alpena County Library, 211 N. 1st St. (989) 356-6188 Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, 209 Hatcher Graduate Library (734) 615-8610 Battle Creek: Willard Public Library, 7 W. Van Buren St. (269) 968-3284 Detroit: Purdy/Kresge Library, Wayne State University, 134 Purdy/Kresge Library (313) 577-6424 East Lansing: Michigan State University, Funding Center, 100 Library (517) 432-6123 Farmington Hills: Farmington Community Library, 32737 W. 12 Mile Rd. (248) 553-0300 Flint: Flint Public Library, 1026 E. Kearsley St. (810) 232-7111 Fremont: Fremont Area District Library, 104 E. Main St. (231) 924-3480 Grand Rapids: Grand Rapids Public Library, Reference Dept., 111 Library St. NE (616) 988-5400 Houghton: Portage Lake District Library, 58 Huron St. (906) 482-4570 Kalamazoo: Kalamazoo Public Library, 315 S. Rose St. (269) 553-7844 Ludington: Mason County District Library, Ludington Library, 217 E. Ludington Ave. (231) 843-8465 Marquette: Peter White Public Library, 217 N. Front St. (906) 226-4311 Petoskey: Petoskey Public Library, 500 E. Mitchell St. (231) 758-3100 Saginaw: Public Libraries of Saginaw, Hoyt Public Library, 505 Janes Ave. (989) 755-0904 Traverse City: Traverse Area District Library, 610 Woodmere Ave. (231) 932-8500 Washington: Romeo District Library, Graubner Library, 65821 Van Dyke (586) 752-0603

MAINE
Portland: Maine Philanthropy Center, USM Glickman Family Library, 314 Forest Ave., Room 321 (207) 780-5039 Presque Isle: Mark and Emily Turner Memorial Library, 39 Second St. (207) 764-2571

NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque: Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Library System, 501 Copper Ave. NW (505) 768-5141 Las Cruces: Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave. (575) 528-4000 Santa Fe: New Mexico State Library, 1209 Camino Carlos Rey (505) 476-9702

MONTANA
Baker: Fallon County Library, 6 W. Fallon Ave. (406) 778-7160 Billings: Montana State University—Billings, Library-Special Collections, 1500 University Dr. (406) 657-2262 Bozeman: Bozeman Public Library, 626 E. Main St. (406) 582-2402 Kalispell: Flathead County Library, 247 1st Ave. E. (406) 758-5819 Missoula: University of Montana, Mansfield Library, 32 Campus Dr. #9936 (406) 243-6800

MARYLAND
Baltimore: Enoch Pratt Free Library, Social Science and History Dept., 400 Cathedral St. (410) 396-5320 Columbia: Howard County Library, Central Library, 10375 Little Patuxent Pkwy. (410) 313-7860 Frederick: Frederick County Public Libraries, C. Burr Artz Central Library, 110 E. Patrick St. (301) 600-1383 Hagerstown: Washington County Free Library, 100 S. Potomac St. (301) 739-3250 Hyattsville: Prince George’s County Memorial Library, Hyattsville Branch Library, 6530 Adelphi Rd. (301) 985-4690 Prince Frederick: Calvert Library, 850 Costley Way (410) 535-0291 Rockville: Rockville Library, 21 Maryland Ave. (240) 777-0140 Salisbury: Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, 1324 Belmont Ave. (410) 724-9911 Waldorf: Charles County Public Library, P.D. Brown Memorial Branch, 50 Village St. (301) 645-2864 Wye Mills: Chesapeake College Library, 1000 College Dr. (410) 827-5860

NEW YORK
Albany: New York State Library, Cultural Education Center, Empire State Plaza (518) 474-5355 Auburn: Seymour Public Library District, 176-178 Genesee St. (315) 252-2571 Binghamton: Broome County Public Library, 185 Court St. (607) 778-6400 Bronx: New York Public Library, Bronx Library Center, 310 E. Kingsbridge Rd. (718) 579-4244 Brooklyn: Brooklyn Public Library, Society, Sciences, and Technology Division, 10 Grand Army Plaza (718) 230-2145 Buffalo: Buffalo and Erie County Public Library, Business, Science, and Technology Dept., One Lafayette Square (716) 858-8900 Cobleskill: SUNY Cobleskill, Jared Van Wagenen Library, 142 Schenectady Ave. (518) 255-5841 Corning: Southeast Steuben County Library, 300 Nasser Civic Center Plaza (607) 936-3713 Flushing: Queens Borough Public Library, Flushing Branch, 41-17 Main St. (718) 661-1200 Holbrook: Sachem Public Library, 150 Holbrook Rd. (631) 588-5024 Huntington: Huntington Public Library, 338 Main St. (631) 427-5165

NEBRASKA
Cambridge: Butler Memorial Library, 621 Penn St. (308) 697-3836 Hastings: Hastings Public Library, 517 W. 4th St. (402) 461-2346 Lincoln: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Love Library, 13th and R Sts. (402) 472-2526 Omaha: Omaha Public Library, W. Dale Clark (Main) Library, 215 S. 15th St. (402) 444-4826

NEVADA
Carson City: Nevada State Library and Archives, 100 N. Stewart St. (775) 684-3314 Elko: Great Basin College Library, 1500 College Pkwy. (775) 753-2222 Incline Village: Parasol Community Collaboration, 948 Incline Way (775) 298-0118 Las Vegas: Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo 702-507-3421

MINNESOTA
Brainerd: Brainerd Public Library, 416 S. 5th St. (218) 829-5574 Duluth: Duluth Public Library, 520 W. Superior St. (218) 730-4200 Mankato: Blue Earth County Library, 100 E. Main St. (507) 304-4001 Marshall: Southwest Minnesota State University, University Library, 1501 State St. (507) 537-7278

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston: Associated Grant Makers (AGM), 55 Court St., Ste. 520 (617) 426-2606 Boston: Boston Public Library, Social Sciences Reference Dept., 700 Boylston St. (617) 536-5400

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Jamaica: Queens Borough Public Library, Social Sciences Division, 89-11 Merrick Blvd. (718) 990-0700 Jamestown: James Prendergast Library, 509 Cherry St. (716) 484-7135 Kingston: Kingston Library, 55 Franklin St. (845) 331-0507 Levittown: Levittown Public Library, One Bluegrass Lane (516) 731-5728 Mahopac: Mahopac Public Library, 668 Rte. 6 (845) 628-2009 Margaretville: Blue Deer Center, 1155 County Rte. 6 (845) 586-3225 New York: New York Public Library, Countee Cullen Branch, 104 W. 136th St. (212) 491-2070 Newburgh: Newburgh Free Library, 124 Grand St. (845) 563-3601 Poughkeepsie: Adriance Memorial Library, 93 Market St. (845) 485-3445 Riverhead: Riverhead Free Library, 330 Court St. (631) 727-3228 Rochester: Rochester Public Library, 115 South Ave. (585) 428-8127 Saratoga Springs: Saratoga Springs Public Library, 49 Henry St. (518) 584-7860 Staten Island: New York Public Library, St. George Library Center, 5 Central Ave. (718) 442-8560 Staten Island: Wagner College, Horrmann Library, One Campus Rd. (718) 390-3401 Suffern: Suffern Free Library, 210 Lafayette Ave. (845) 357-1237 Syracuse: Onondaga County Public Library, 447 S. Salina St. (315) 435-1900 Utica: Utica Public Library, 303 Genesee St. (315) 735-2279 White Plains: White Plains Public Library, 100 Martine Ave. (914) 422-1480 Yonkers: Yonkers Public Library, Riverfront Library, One Larkin Center (914) 337-1500 Raleigh: Wake County Public Libraries, Cameron Village Library, 1930 Clark Ave. (919) 856-6710 Spruce Pine: Avery-Mitchell-Yancey (AMY) Regional Library, Spruce Pine Public Library, 142 Walnut Ave. (828) 765-4673 Wilmington: New Hanover County Public Library, 201 Chestnut St. (910) 798-6301 Winston-Salem: Forsyth County Public Library, 660 W. 5th St. (336) 703-3020

Foundation Grants for Preservation In Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Youngstown: Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, 305 Wick Ave. (330) 744-8636 Zanesville: Muskingum County Community Foundation, 534 Putnam Ave. (740) 453-5192 Phoenixville: Phoenixville Public Library, 183 2nd Ave. (610) 933-3013 Pittsburgh: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, 612 Smithfield St. (412) 281-7143 Pittston: Nonprofit and Community Assistance Center, 1151 Oak St. (570) 655-5581 Reading: Reading Public Library, 100 S. 5th St. (610) 655-6355 Scranton: Albright Memorial Library, 500 Vine St. (570) 348-3000 Sharon: Community Library of the Shenango Valley, 11 N. Sharpsville Ave. (724) 981-4360 Washington: Citizens Library, 55 S. College St. (724) 222-2400 Williamsport: James V. Brown Library, 19 E. 4th St. (570) 326-0536 York: Martin Library, 159 E. Market St. (717) 846-5300

OKLAHOMA
Durant: Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library, 1405 N. 4th, PMB 4105 (580) 745-2702 Enid: Public Library of Enid and Garfield County, 120 W. Maine (580) 234-6313 Norman: Pioneer Library System, Norman Public Library, 225 N. Webster (405) 701-2600 Oklahoma City: Oklahoma City University, Dulaney Browne Library, 2501 N. Blackwelder (405) 208-5065 Tulsa: Tulsa City-County Library, 400 Civic Center (918) 596-7977

NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck: Bismarck Public Library, 515 N. 5th St. (701) 222-6410 Fargo: Fargo Public Library, 102 N. 3rd St. (701) 241-1472 Minot: Minot Public Library, 516 2nd Ave. SW (701) 852-1045

OHIO
Akron: Akron-Summit County Public Library, 60 S. High St. (330) 643-9000 Akron: Center for Nonprofit Excellence, 703 S. Main St., Ste. 200 (330) 762-9670 Ashtabula: Ashtabula County District Library, 335 W. 44th St. (440) 997-9341 Canton: Stark County District Library, 715 Market Ave. N. (330) 452-0665 Cincinnati: Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, 800 Vine St. (513) 369-6900 Cleveland: Cleveland Public Library, 325 Superior Ave., NE (216) 623-2800 Cleveland Heights: Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library, Lee Road Library Branch, 2345 Lee Rd. (216) 932-3600 Columbus: Columbus Metropolitan Library, Business and Technology Dept., 96 S. Grant Ave. (614) 645-2275 Dayton: Dayton Metro Library, 215 E. 3rd St. (937) 463-2665 Elyria: Elyria Public Library, West River Branch, 1194 W. River Road N. (440) 324-9827 Independence: Cuyahoga County Public Library, Independence Branch, 6361 Selig Dr. (216) 447-0160 Lima: Lima Public Library, 650 W. Market St. (419) 228-5113 Mansfield: Mansfield/Richland County Public Library, 43 W. 3rd St. (419) 521-3110 Marietta: Marietta College, Legacy Library, 220 5th St. (740) 376-4741 Painesville: Morley Library, 184 Phelps St. (440) 352-3383 Piqua: Edison Community College Library, 1973 Edison Dr. (937) 778-7950 Portsmouth: Portsmouth Public Library, 1220 Gallia St. (740) 354-5688 Toledo: Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, Business Technology Dept., 325 N. Michigan St. (419) 259-5209 Twinsburg: Twinsburg Public Library, 10050 Ravenna Rd. (330) 425-4268 Warren: Kent State University, Trumbull Campus Library, 4314 Mahoning Ave. NW (330) 847-0571 Westlake: Westlake Porter Public Library, 27333 Center Ridge Rd. (440) 871-2600 Wooster: Wayne County Public Library, 220 W. Liberty St. (330) 262-0916 Xenia: Greene County Public Library, Xenia Community Library, 76 E. Market St. (937) 352-4000

PUERTO RICO
San Juan: Universidad Del Sagrado Corazón, Biblioteca Madre Maria Teresa Guevara, PO Box 12383 (787) 728-1515

OREGON
Eugene: Eugene Public Library, 100 W. 10th Ave. (541) 682-5450 Eugene: University of Oregon, Knight Library, 1501 Kincaid (541) 346-3053 Klamath Falls: Oregon Institute of Technology Library, 3201 Campus Dr. (541) 885-1000 Medford: Jackson County Library Services, 205 S. Central Ave. (541) 774-8689 Portland: Multnomah County Library, Government Documents, 801 SW 10th Ave. (503) 988-5123

RHODE ISLAND
Providence: Providence Public Library, 150 Empire St. (401) 455-8088

SOUTH CAROLINA
Anderson: Anderson County Library, 300 N. McDuffie St. (864) 260-4500 Charleston: Charleston County Library, 68 Calhoun St. (843) 805-6930 Columbia: South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate St. (803) 734-8026 Florence: Florence County Library System, Doctors Bruce and Lee Foundation Headquarters Library, 509 S. Dargan St. (843) 662-8424 Greenville: Greenville County Library System, 25 Heritage Green Place (864) 242-5000 Spartanburg: Spartanburg County Public Libraries, 151 S. Church St. (864) 596-3500

PENNSYLVANIA
Aliquippa: Beaver County Library System, 109 Pleasant Dr., Ste. 101 (724) 728-3737 Allentown: Allentown Public Library, 1210 Hamilton St. (610) 820-2400 Bethlehem: Northampton Community College, Paul and Harriett Mack Library, 3835 Green Pond Rd. (610) 861-5360 Blue Bell: Montgomery County Community College, The Brendlinger Library, 340 DeKalb Pike (215) 641-6596 Bristol: Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe St. (215) 788-7891 East Stroudsburg: East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, Kemp Library, 200 Prospect Ave. (570) 422-3594 Erie: Erie County Library System, 160 E. Front St. (814) 451-6927 Franklin: Franklin Public Library, 421 12th St. (814) 432-5062 Harrisburg: Dauphin County Library System, East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St. (717) 652-9380 Hazleton: Hazleton Area Public Library, 55 N. Church St. (570) 454-2961 Honesdale: Wayne County Public Library, 1406 N. Main St. (570) 253-1220 Lancaster: Lancaster Public Library, 125 N. Duke St. (717) 394-2651 Philadelphia: Free Library of Philadelphia, Regional Foundation Center, 1901 Vine St., 2nd Fl. (215) 686-5423 Philadelphia: The Johnson-UGO Foundation Library, Johnson Memorial UMC Education Building, 3117 Longshore Ave. (215) 338-5020

NIGERIA
Maryland, Lagos: Development Alternatives and Resource Center (DARC), 2A, Akin Ademokoya Close, Off Okupe Estate Rd. (+234) 1-851-2678

SOUTH DAKOTA
Madison: Dakota State University, Karl E. Mundt Library, 820 N. Washington Ave. (605) 256-5100 Pierre: South Dakota State Library, 800 Governors Dr. (605) 773-3131 Rapid City: Rapid City Public Library, 610 Quincy St. (605) 394-4171

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville: Pack Memorial Library, Community Foundation of Western North Carolina, 67 Haywood St. (828) 250-4711 Brevard: Transylvania County Library, 212 S. Gaston St. (828) 884-3151 Charlotte: Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, 310 N. Tryon St. (704) 416-0101 Durham: Durham County Public Library, 300 N. Roxboro St. (919) 560-0100 Flat Rock: Blue Ridge Community College, Small Business Center, 180 W. Campus Dr. (828) 694-1779 Greensboro: Greensboro Public Library, Glenwood Branch Nonprofit Resource Center, 1901 W. Florida St. (336) 297-5000 Jacksonville: Onslow County Public Library, 58 Doris Ave. E. (910) 455-7350 Kinston: Neuse Regional Library, Kinston-Lenoir County Public Library, 510 N. Queen St. (252) 527-7066

SOUTH KOREA
Seoul: The Beautiful Foundation, 16-3 Gahoe-dong, Jongno-Gu (+82) 2-766-1004

TENNESSEE
Chattanooga: United Way of Greater Chattanooga, 630 Market St. (423) 752-0300 Johnson City: Johnson City Public Library, 100 W. Millard St. (423) 434-4450 Knoxville: Knox County Public Library, 500 W. Church Ave. (865) 215-8751 Memphis: Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence, 606 S. Mendenhall, Ste. 108 (901) 684-6605 Memphis: Memphis Public Library and Information Center, 3030 Poplar Ave. (901) 415-2734

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Foundation Grants for Preservation In Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Nashville: Nashville Public Library, 615 Church St. (615) 862-5800 Tyler: United Way of Tyler/Smith County, 4000 Southpark Dr. (903) 581-6376 Victoria: Victoria College/University of Houston, Victoria Library, 2602 N. Ben Jordan (361) 570-4166 Waco: Waco-McLennan County Library, 1717 Austin Ave. (254) 750-5941 Wichita Falls: Nonprofit Management Center of Wichita Falls, 2301 Kell Blvd., Ste. 218 (940) 322-4961

FOUNDATION CENTER COOPERATING COLLECTIONS
Bealeton: Fauquier County Public Library, Bealeton Library, 10877 Willow Dr. N. (540) 439-9728 Charlottesville: Center for Nonprofit Excellence, 401 E. Market St., Exec. Ste. 26 and 27 (434) 244-3330 Fairfax: Fairfax County Public Library, 12000 Government Center Pkwy., Ste. 329 (703) 324-3100 Fredericksburg: Central Rappahannock Regional Library, 1201 Caroline St. (540) 372-1144 Hampton: Hampton Public Library, 4207 Victoria Blvd. (757) 727-1314 Hopewell: Appomattox Regional Library System, 209 E. Cawson St. (804) 458-0110 Norfolk: VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads, 400 W. Olney Rd., Ste. B (757) 624-2400 Richmond: Richmond Public Library, Business, Science and Technology, 101 E. Franklin St. (804) 646-7223 Roanoke: Roanoke City Public Library System, 706 S. Jefferson St. (540) 853-2477 Sperryville: Rappahannock NonProfit Center, 12018 A Lee Highway (540) 987-8011 Virginia Beach: Virginia Beach Public Library, 4100 Virginia Beach Blvd. (757) 385-0120

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield: Craft Memorial Library, 600 Commerce St. (304) 325-3943 Charleston: Kanawha County Public Library, 123 Capitol St. (304) 343-4646 Parkersburg: West Virginia University at Parkersburg, 300 Campus Dr. (304) 424-8260 Shepherdstown: Shepherd University, Ruth A. Scarborough Library, 301 N. King St. (304) 876-5420 Wheeling: Wheeling Jesuit University, Bishop Hodges Library, 316 Washington Ave. (304) 243-2226

TEXAS
Amarillo: Amarillo Area Foundation, 801 S. Filmore, Ste. 700 (806) 376-4521 Arlington: Arlington Public Library, George W. Hawkes Central Library, 101 E. Abram St. (817) 459-6900 Austin: Regional Foundation Library, 1009 East 11th St. (512) 475-7373 Beaumont: Southeast Texas Nonprofit Development Center, 700 North St., Suite D (409) 832-6565 Corpus Christi: Corpus Christi Public Library, 805 Comanche St. (361) 880-7000 Dallas: Dallas Public Library, Urban Information, 1515 Young St. (214) 670-1400 Edinburg: Southwest Border Nonprofit Resource Center, The University of Texas-Pan American, 1201 West University Drive, ITT 1.404H (956) 292-7566 El Paso: University of Texas at El Paso, Community Non-Profit Grant Library, 500 W. University, Benedict Hall Room 103 (915) 747-5672 Fort Worth: Funding Information Center of Fort Worth, 329 S. Henderson St. (817) 334-0228 Houston: Houston Public Library, Bibliographic Information Center, 500 McKinney St. (832) 393-1313 Houston: United Way of Greater Houston, 50 Waugh Dr. (713) 685-2300 Kingsville: Texas A&M University - Kingsville, James C. Jernigan Library, 700 University Blvd., MSC 197 (361) 593-3416 Laredo: Nonprofit Management and Volunteer Center, 1301 Farragut St., Transit Center, 2nd Fl., East Wing (956) 795-2675 Longview: Longview Public Library, 222 W. Cotton St. (903) 237-1350 Lubbock: Lubbock Area Foundation, 1655 Main St., Ste. 209 (806) 762-8061 North Richland Hills: North Richland Hills Public Library, 9015 Grand Ave. (817) 427-6800 San Antonio: Nonprofit Resource Center of Texas, 110 Broadway, Ste. 230 (210) 227-4333

THAILAND
Chiang Mai: Payap University - Funding Resource Center, Sirindhorn Learning Resource Center (Central Library), Super-highway Chiang Mai - Lumpang Rd., Amphur Muang (+66) 53-851-478 x7450

WISCONSIN
Eau Claire: L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library, 400 Eau Claire St. (715) 839-5001 La Crosse: La Crosse Public Library, 800 Main St. (608) 789-7100 Madison: University of Wisconsin—Madison, Memorial Library, Grants Information Center, 728 State St., Room 262 (608) 262-3242 Milwaukee: Marquette University Raynor Memorial Library, 1355 W. Wisconsin Ave. (414) 288-1515 Stevens Point: University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point, 900 Reserve St. (715) 346-2540

UTAH
Cedar City: Southern Utah University, Gerald R. Sherratt Library, 351 W. University Blvd. (435) 586-7700 Moab: Grand County Public Library, 257 E. Center St. (435) 259-5421 Ogden: United Way of Northern Utah, Zada Haws Community Grant Center, 2955 Harrison Blvd., Ste. 201 (801) 399-5584 Salt Lake City: Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E. 400 S. (801) 524-8200 Salt Lake City: Utah Nonprofits Association, 175 S. Main St., Ste. 1210 (801) 596-1800

WASHINGTON
Bellingham: Bellingham Public Library, 210 Central Ave. (360) 778-7323 Bremerton: United Way of Kitsap County, 647 4th St. (360) 377-8505 Kennewick: Mid-Columbia Library, 1620 S. Union St. (509) 783-7878 Redmond: King County Library System, Redmond Regional Library, Nonprofit and Philanthropy Resource Center, 15990 NE 85th (425) 885-1861 Seattle: Seattle Public Library, 1000 4th Ave. (206) 386-4636 Spokane: Spokane Public Library, 906 W. Main Ave. (509) 444-5300 Tacoma: University of Washington Tacoma Library, 1902 Commerce St. (253) 692-4440

WYOMING
Casper: Natrona County Public Library, 307 E. 2nd St. (307) 237-4935 Cheyenne: Laramie County Community College, Ludden Library, 1400 E. College Dr. (307) 778-1205 Gillette: Campbell County Public Library, 2101 S. 4-J Rd. (307) 687-0115 Jackson: Teton County Library, 125 Virginian Lane (307) 733-2164 Sheridan: Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, 335 W. Alger St. (307) 674-8585

VERMONT
Middlebury: Ilsley Public Library, 75 Main St. (802) 388-4095 Montpelier: Vermont Dept. of Libraries, Reference and Law Information Services, 109 State St. (802) 828-3261

VIRGINIA
Abingdon: Washington County Public Library, 205 Oak Hill St. (276) 676-6222 Alexandria: Alexandria Library, Kate Waller Barrett Branch, 717 Queen St. (703) 838-4555 Arlington: Arlington County Public Library, 1015 N. Quincy St. (703) 228-5990 Ashburn: George Washington University, Virginia Campus Library, 44983 Knoll Square, Ste. 179 (703) 726-8230

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SECTION 1—GRANT LISTINGS
ALABAMA
Alabama Power Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to areas of company operations in central and south AL. No support for discriminatory organizations, churches or religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, fraternal, athletic, or veterans’ organizations, or private or secondary private schools. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships), or for fundraising or general operating support for United Way-supported organizations. 1. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $100,000, 2005. For capital support. 2. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $100,000, 2006. For capital support. 3. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $100,000, 2007. For capital support. 4. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $100,000, 2008. For capital support.

The Lane Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Birmingham, Huntsville, and Montgomery, AL. No grants to individuals. 16. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $25,000, 2005. For general support.

Protective Life Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations in Birmingham, AL, area. Generally, no support for K-12 public or private schools, churches, public facilities, or state organizations, or other corporate or private foundations. Generally, no grants for animal-related causes, sporting events, walks, or runs, or start-up costs. 17. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $40,000, 2006. For capital campaign.

Regions Bancorporation Foundation
(formerly AmSouth Bancorporation Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in AL and FL; some giving also in GA and TN. No support for religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, political organizations, or alumni groups. No grants to individuals, or for cultural or social events. 18. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $50,000, 2006.

Bankhead Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. 5. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $25,000, 2007.

The J. L. Bedsole Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Mobile, Baldwin, Clarke, Monroe, and Washington counties, AL. No grants to individuals (except for J.L. Bedsole Scholarships and awards), or for endowment funds. 6. Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center, Mobile, AL. $100,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief. 7. Historic Mobile Preservation Society, Mobile, AL. $14,500, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief. 8. Mobile Historic Development Commission, Mobile, AL. $50,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief, Oakleigh Revolving Fund. 9. Monroe County Heritage Museum, Monroeville, AL. $20,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief. 10. Saint Stephens Historical Commission, Saint Stephens, AL. $25,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief. 11. U.S.S. Alabama Battleship Foundation, Mobile, AL. $50,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief.

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Rasmuson Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to AK. No support for K-12 education or religious organizations. No grants for scholarships, endowments, deficits or debt reduction, fundraising events, indirect or overhead costs; or for operating funds. 19. Alaska Railroad Corporation, Anchorage, AK. $600,000, 2005. For renovation of historic business railcar. 20. Fairbanks Symphony Association, Fairbanks, AK. $9,841, 2005. For transfer of collection of archival audio recordings from reel-to-reel format to CD format. 21. Haines Borough Public Library, Haines, AK. $18,800, 2007. For books and media circulation materials and storage cabinets. 22. Wrangell, City of, Wrangell, AK. $24,945, 2008. 2-year grant. For Wrangell Museum preservation and management of photo collection.

Compass Bank Foundation
(formerly Central Bank Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in AL, AZ, CO, FL, NM, and TX. No support for religious organizations. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships). 12. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $10,000, 2005. 13. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $10,000, 2006. 14. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $10,000, 2007. 15. Metropolitan Arts Center, Woodlawn Mural Project, Birmingham, AL. $15,000, 2006.

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Walton Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving through two of four funding areas is limited to northwest AR and the Mississippi River’s delta region of AR and MS. Educational funding is limited to target school districts. No support for non-established medical research programs. No grants to individuals (except for specific scholarships for approved programs), or for endowments for operations, church-related construction projects, travel expenses for groups to compete or perform, or business-related activities such as start-up costs, or expenses related to groups or individuals participating in non-curricular programs. 23. Tulsa Archives, Beryl Ford Collection, Tulsa, OK. $10,000, 2005.

The Herb Alpert Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis, with an emphasis on Los Angeles, CA. No grants to individuals (except for awards and scholarship programs). 39. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $25,000, 2005. 40. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $25,000, 2006.

The Annenberg Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA; some grants to countries in Europe, Africa and Asia. No support for political activities. No grants to individuals directly. 41. Art Services International, Alexandria, VA. $275,000, 2007. For Muraqqa: Imperial Mughal Albums, from the Chester Beatty Library Catalogue. 42. Avery Research Center for African-American History and Culture, Charleston, SC. $50,000, 2006. For African American History Camps and Avery Scholars Program at Avery Research Center for African-American History and Culture. 43. Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria. $69,552, 2009. For Dialogues Festival at Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg to present artists from fields of music, theater, dance, and film, and to juxtapose contemporary sound with Mozart and other classical composers. 44. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $282,478, 2007. For German Expressionist Digitization Project. 45. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $1,667,000, 2008. To increase overall endowment of Annenberg Fund for International Exchange of Art. 46. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $1,000,000, 2007. To establish Annenberg Fund for International Exchange of Art. 47. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $1,000,000, 2008. To establish Annenberg Fund for International Exchange of Art. 48. New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. For fellowship of Conservation Center. 49. Peten Archaeological Conservation Trust, Durham, NH. $20,000, 2005. To excavate and reconstruct eastern and southern walls of buried Mayan murals at San Bartolo. 50. Studio for Southern California History, Los Angeles, CA. $35,000, 2008. For LA History Archive. 51. University of Southern California, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, CA. $1,000,000, 2006. For Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, developing products and programs to support teachers addressing intolerance and bias issues in their classrooms, and maintaining archive of Holocaust-related materials. 52. Wild Dolphin Project, Jupiter, FL. $120,000, 2007. For salary support to hire development staff member and to support preservation of underwater footage project. 53. Wildscreen Trust, Bristol, England. $25,000, 2005. For ARKive project, a digital archive of films, photographs and audio recordings of the world’s species. 54. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $250,000, 2006. For Annenberg Program for Endangered Cultural Heritage in Developing World. 55. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $250,000, 2007. For Annenberg Program for Endangered Cultural Heritage in the Developing World. 56. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007. For conservation of Sumda Chunn Monastery.

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Ahmanson Charitable Community Trust
24. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $200,000, 2005. 25. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $100,000, 2006.

The Ahmanson Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA, with emphasis on the Los Angeles area. No support for religious organizations for sectarian purposes, or advocacy or political organizations. No grants to individuals, or generally for continuing support, endowed chairs, annual campaigns, deficit financing, professorships, internships, film production, media projects, general research and development, workshops, studies, surveys, operational support of regional and national charities, underwriting, or exchange programs; no loans. 26. American Film Institute, Los Angeles, CA. $150,000, 2008. For additional support toward project: AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1970-79. 27. Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles, CA. $100,000, 2006. For additional support toward Electronic Cataloguing Initiative and conservation of Southwest collections. 28. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC. $60,000, 2006. For additional support toward Star Plates Archival Project in Pasadena, CA. 29. Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA. $50,000, 2005. Toward development of music archive in McAlister Library. 30. Inglewood After-School Recreation Corporation, Inglewood, CA. $20,000, 2006. Toward conservation of Lundeberg mural. 31. Long Beach Museum of Art Foundation, Long Beach, CA. $65,000, 2008. For expansion of Electronic Collections Database project. 32. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. $46,000, 2008. For acquisition of Stereo Microscope and Digital Scan Back. 33. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. $15,000, 2005. Toward acquisition of new x-ray equipment for Conservation Department. 34. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. $100,000, 2006. For Preventative Maintenance Initiative. 35. Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena, CA. $250,000, 2005. Toward renovation of collections storage. 36. UCLA Foundation, University Research Library, Los Angeles, CA. $85,000, 2005. For additional support toward Mellon Foundation challenge for establishment of Conservation and Preservation Endowment. 37. UCLA Foundation, University Research Library, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2006. Toward Graduate Student Fund for Center for Primary Research and Training, providing archival and research library training to graduate students in humanities. 38. University of California, Berkeley, CA. $50,000, 2007. Toward acquisition of archival reels for Newspaper Project.

Aratani Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to individuals. 57. Densho, Seattle, WA. $25,000, 2006.

The Bradley Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with emphasis on San Diego; some funding nationally. 58. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $15,000, 2005.

The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on CA, NY, Indonesia, Mexico, Pakistan, and Russia. No support for religious, political, or fraternal organizations or professional organizations. No grants to individuals. 59. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2008.

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Chartwell Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY. 60. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2006. 61. University of Southern California, Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2005. 62. University of Southern California, Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2007.

Community Foundation for Monterey County
Limitations: Giving primarily in Monterey County, CA. No support for sectarian religious programs. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for annual campaigns, deficit financing, general endowments, fellowships, travel, academic research, or publications. 74. Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation, Carmel, CA. $10,000, 2006. For renovation of library annex for cataloging, preserving, and storing the document collection.

The Christensen Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Southwest (Four Corners region), northern Mexico (including the Colorado Plateau and Delta, the Pueblo and Hispanic communities of the Rio Arriba/Rio Grande, the Sonoran Desert on both sides of the Mexican-U.S. border and east of the Colorado River, and the Sierra Tarahumara Montane West), Central Asia (the mountains and associated valleys of northeastern Turkey, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Tajikistan), the Rift Valley (especially southwest Ethiopia and adjacent areas of northern Kenya) and Northern Australia (especially Arhem Land, Far Northern Queensland, and the Kimberley and Torres Strait Islands). No grants to individuals, or for capital funds, or building or renovation funding; no loans. 63. Friends of Ethiopia, Washington, DC. $150,000, 2006. For purchase of books, archival materials and maintenance facilities and to support digitization and cataloguing in the library of Institute of Ethiopian Studies (IES), of Addis Ababa University. 64. Friends of Ethiopia, Washington, DC. $75,000, 2007. For books, archival materials and maintenance facilities and support digitization and cataloguing in library of Institute of Ethiopian Studies (IES), of Addis Ababa University. 65. Indigenous Language Institute, Santa Fe, NM. $35,000, 2007. For digital documentation of Hopi language, traditions, songs and culture for purposes of securing this knowledge for future generations of Hopi people. 66. Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, Istanbul, Turkey. $21,510, 2007. To bring artists and curators from Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic arid Kazakhstan to Tenth Istanbul Biennial Festival of Arts to participate in events, seminar, and workshop in collaboration with Bilgi University. 67. Long Now Foundation, San Francisco, CA. $62,861, 2006. For strengthening website-based community toolsets for endangered language activists of the Rosetta Project Digital Language Archive as part of transitional funding program. 68. Odam Va Olam, Dushanbe, Tajikistan. $77,914, 2006. To establish technical capacity for digital restoration of music and folklore archives in Tajikistan, and to pilot-test this digitization and cultural restoration of this material to people through concerts and local TV and radio programming. 69. Odam Va Olam, Dushanbe, Tajikistan. $50,000, 2007. To restore archives of music and folklore in government and private collections in Central Asia technically through digitization and culturally by sharing materials with communities from which they were collected. 70. Restaurateurs Sans Frontieres France, Avignon, France. $125,000, 2005. To develop proposals to turn several small museums into centers of living culture and learning in Tolok, Son Kul area in Kyrgyz Republic, and in Badakhshan and Dushanbe, Tajikistan, and to assist set-up of Central Asian organization to restore folklore traditions. 71. Triad Institute, Great Barrington, MA. $70,000, 2007. For development of hotfrog.org, storytelling mechanism, virtual meeting place, and self-assembling archive rooted in first-rate storytelling, community narratives and social networking around issues of global economy, environmental degradation and social Justice. 72. Yirrkala Dhanbul Community Association, Yirrkala Mission, Australia. $60,000, 2007. For launch of Mulka Centre at Buku-Larrnggay Art Centre at Yirrkala in East Arithem Land to help community access and management of Yolngu cultural heritage (through digital archive) by partially underwriting salary, operational and program evaluation costs.

The Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County
(formerly Greater Santa Cruz County Community Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to Santa Cruz County, CA. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes or individual (public or private) schools, as distinct from a school district. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships from designated funds), or for annual campaigns, deficit financing, building or renovation funds, land acquisition, fellowships, research, endowments, fundraising events, or celebrations; no student loans. 75. Museum of Art and History at the McPherson Center, Santa Cruz, CA. $18,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To archive, preserve and make museum’s history and art collection available to researchers and public.

Compton Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on an international basis to U.S.-based organizations for projects in Mexico, Central America, and Sub-Saharan Africa and on a national basis for programs in peace and population and the environment. Other funding limited to areas where board members reside: primarily San Francisco, Marin, and Santa Clara counties, CA. No grants to individuals, or for capital or building funds, no loans. 76. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $40,000, 2005. For peace and security programs. 77. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2006. For project on military transparency.

The Eisner Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to Los Angeles County CA. No support for sectarian purposes. Generally, no grants to individuals, annual campaigns, existing obligations, re-granting programs, sponsoring conferences or special events. 78. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2007.

Feintech Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to individuals. 79. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $35,000, 2005. 80. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $30,000, 2006.

Flora Family Foundation
81. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $132,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina relief. 82. Restaurateurs Sans Frontieres France, Avignon, France. $50,000, 2006.

The Fuller Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and New York, NY. 83. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005.

The Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with emphasis on the San Francisco Bay Area. No grants to individuals. 84. Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2005.

The Carol & James Collins Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to southern CA. No grants to individuals. 73. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $5,000, 2005.

J. Paul Getty Trust
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on Los Angeles and Southern CA. No grants for operating or endowment purposes, start-up, construction or maintenance of buildings, or acquisition of works of art.

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85. Achi Association, Zurich, Switzerland. $120,000, 2009. 3.50-year grant. For pilot conservation training program at ancient fortress and monastery at Wanla, Lower Ladakh, India. 86. American Academy in Rome, New York, NY. $200,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of Photographic Archive. 87. American Folk Art Museum, New York, NY. $85,000, 2008. For arrangement and description of Henry Darger Archive. 88. American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, CA. $141,000, 2009. 2.25-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition Searching for Peace, Post-WWII Innovations in Clay, as part of special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 89. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA. $243,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For arrangement and description of collection of Native American images. 90. Archives de la Critique d Art, Chateaugiron, France. $167,152, 2007. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of archives of Pierre Restany. 91. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $240,000, 2009. 2.25-year grant. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of the 19th-century European paintings collection. 92. Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles, CA. $200,000, 2009. 2.50-year grant. For interpretive project Open Collections. 93. Balboa Art Conservation Center, San Diego, CA. $41,000, 2006. For conservation education and training. 94. Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, Munich, Germany. $250,000, 2008. 3.25-year grant. For treatment and research related to conservation of furniture collection decorated in Boulle technique. 95. Beijing University, Han Art Institute, Beijing, China. $130,000, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For digital database of Han Dynasty carvings from Northern Shaanxi Province. 96. British Empire and Commonwealth Museum, Bristol, England. $87,000, 2005. For Archival Projects. 97. British Library, London, England. $276,752, 2007. 2.25-year grant. For cataloguing of illuminated manuscripts within Harley collection. 98. British Museum, London, England. $284,803, 2007. For arrangement and description of Anthropology Pictorial Collection. 99. British School at Rome, Rome, Italy. $218,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of J B Ward-Perkins photographic collection. 100. Brotherhood of the Monastery of Saint Catherine, Cairo, Egypt. $250,000, 2006. For conservation of mosaics in Church of the Monastery of Saint Catherine, Mount Sinai. 101. California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA. $120,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of institutional archives as part of special initiative On Record: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 102. California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA. $86,900, 2005. For archival projects. 103. Cambridge University, Cambridge, England. $195,823, 2006. For archival projects. 104. Canadian Museum of Carpets and Textiles, Toronto, Canada. $28,596, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 105. Carnegie Institute, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. $150,000, 2009. 3.25-year grant. For interpretive project Warhol: Timeweb at Andy Warhol Museum. 106. Casa Editrice Leo S. Olschki, Florence, Italy. $40,000, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 107. Cincinnati Museum Association, Cincinnati, OH. $82,000, 2008. For treatment and research related to conservation of Mural for Terrace Plaza Hotel by Joan Miro in Cincinnati Art Museum. 108. Cincinnati Museum Association, Cincinnati, OH. $31,000, 2006. For conservation surveys of Mural for the Terrace Plaza Hotel by Joan Miro and Murak of Cincinnati by Saul Steinberg in Cincinnati Art Museum. 109. Circulo Amigos de la Cultura, Lima, Peru. $66,900, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For conservation training program at Instituto Superior de Conservacion y Restauracion Yachay Wasi. 110. Columbia University, New York, NY. $145,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of Meyer Schapiro Papers. 111. Committee of Historic and Scientific Work, Paris, France. $21,977, 2008. For French-Spanish translation of Reconnaitre et conserver les photographies anciennes (Recognition and Preservation of Old Photographs). 112. Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA. $250,000, 2007. For collaborative transition planning project for New Orleans arts organizations.

113. Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco, CA. $55,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For conservation survey of works from eighteenth-century French furniture collection. 114. Dessau-Rosslau, City of, Dessau-Rosslau, Germany. $117,041, 2009. 2.25-year grant. For preparation of catalogue of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century German drawings collection in Anhaltische Gemaldegalerie Dessau. 115. Fachhochschule Hildesheim/Holzminden/Goettingen, Hildesheim, Germany. $13,141, 2006. For conservation survey. 116. Fairmount Park Art Association, Philadelphia, PA. $78,200, 2006. For conservation treatment and research. 117. Filmforum, Los Angeles, CA. $118,000, 2009. 2.75-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition on experimental film and video art of Southern California from 1957-1980, as part of special initiative, Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 118. Florida International University Foundation, Wolfsonian-Florida International University, Miami, FL. $50,000, 2008. For arrangement and description of John and Drew Eberson Architectural Archive. 119. Fondazione Federico Zeri, Bologna, Italy. $252,647, 2006. For archival projects. 120. Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Mexico. $44,000, 2006. For archival projects. 121. Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For strategic planning initiative. 122. Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $64,500, 2008. For participants from Latin America and Caribbean to attend annual meeting in Denver, Colorado. 123. Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $59,000, 2006. 124. Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurenberg, Erlangen, Germany. $115,000, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 125. Friends of Bhutans Culture, Bellevue, WA. $198,000, 2007. For textile conservation training program in Bhutan. 126. Friends of Bhutans Culture, Bellevue, WA. $96,000, 2005. For conservation training. 127. Friends of the Coptic Museum, Cairo, Egypt. $100,000, 2009. For conservation survey of manuscripts collection. 128. Friends: The Foundation of the California African-American Museum, Los Angeles, CA. $225,000, 2009. 1.50-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition, Places of Validation, Art and Progression at California African-American Museum, as part of special initiative, Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 129. Fundacao de Apoio a Universidade de Sao Paulo, Institute of Brazilian Studies, Sao Paulo, Brazil. $50,000, 2008. For conservation survey and related workshop on history and treatment of works created with iron gall ink. 130. Fundacion Espigas, Buenos Aires, Argentina. $140,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For updating and expansion of database for Espigas archive. 131. Fundacion Museo de la Plata, La Plata, Argentina. $38,220, 2006. For conservation survey. 132. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $150,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For conservation survey of daguerreotypes of Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes at George Eastman House, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 133. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $65,000, 2006. For conservation education and training. 134. Harvard University, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA. $95,000, 2008. 2.25-year grant. For arrangement and description of archival collections at Harvard University Art Museums related to development of American art history and art museums. 135. Institut National d Histoire de l Art, Paris, France. $265,400, 2008. 2.25-year grant. For arrangement and description of photographic archives. 136. Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington, DC. $300,000, 2007. 2.50-year grant. For Conservation Bookshelf component of initiative, Connecting to Collections: Call to Action. 137. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. $306,175, 2005. 138. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. $250,000, 2005. For conservation training.

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139. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. $250,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For Leaders in Conservation Education project for Southeast Asian museum and heritage professionals. 140. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. $88,346, 2008. For planning meeting with participants from twelve countries designed to identify key challenges in mosaics conservation. 141. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. $49,917, 2009. For the planning of two training projects related to the conservation of lifted mosaics in museums in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean regions. 142. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. $46,000, 2007. For professional convening, Towards Latin American Strategy for Conservation of Cultural Heritage. 143. International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, London, England. $58,185, 2008. For participants from developing countries to attend Twenty-Second International Congress in London, England. 144. International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, London, England. $22,600, 2006. 145. Istituto degli Innocenti di Firenze, Florence, Italy. $30,838, 2007. 1.75-year grant. For treatment and research related to conservation of The Coronation of Virgin with Saints by Neri di Bicci. 146. Jacques Marchais Center of Tibetan Art, Staten Island, NY. $41,800, 2008. For conservation survey of collection of Tibetan and Himalayan thangkas. 147. Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. $81,000, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 148. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada. $24,000, 2005. For treatment and research. 149. Library Foundation of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. $41,600, 2007. For photographic archives of Los Angeles Public Library. 150. Library of Congress, Washington, DC. $60,000, 2008. For professional convening, Preservation-Future Directions in Document Preservation: Preservation Education in 21st Century. 151. Long Beach Museum of Art Foundation, Long Beach, CA. $175,000, 2009. 1.50-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition, Exchange and Evolution: World Wide Video / Long Beach, in collaboration with University Art Museum at CSU Long Beach, as part of special initiative, Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 152. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. $300,000, 2007. 3.25-year grant. For Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s institutional archives as part of special initiative On Record: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 153. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. $240,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of the Southeast Asian art collection. 154. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. $122,000, 2005. For archival projects. 155. Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, New Orleans, LA. $80,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For Roadmap to Recovery, series of programs and services for Louisiana museums following Hurricane Katrina. 156. Louisiana Museum Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $200,000, 2009. For conservation of collections of Louisiana State Museum. 157. Manchester City Council, Manchester, England. $75,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of nineteenth-century photographic portraits in Gallery of Costume. 158. Mehrangarh Museum Trust, Jodhpur, India. $200,000, 2008. 2.50-year grant. For training, treatment, and research related to conservation of wall paintings in Sheesh Mahal, Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort. 159. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $140,000, 2007. 2.25-year grant. For conservation survey of Gilman Paper Company Collection of photographs. 160. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $134,000, 2009. For training and treatment related to conservation of Adam and Eve by Albrecht Drer in Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Spain, as part of panel paintings initiative. 161. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $84,000, 2006. For archival projects. 162. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. $280,000, 2006. For archival projects. 163. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA. $225,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition Phenomenal:

California Light and Space, as part of special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 164. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX. $150,000, 2009. 1.75-year grant. For Documents of 20th-Century Latin American and Latino Art: Digital Archives and Publications Project. 165. Museum of New Mexico Foundation, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/ Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, NM. $85,900, 2007. For conservation survey of Kuaua Murals, Bernalillo. 166. Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY. $60,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of Wurts Brothers Company photograph collection. 167. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $140,700, 2009. 1.50-year grant. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of the 17th-century Dutch paintings collection. 168. National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool, England. $143,248, 2008. 1.50-year grant. For treatment and research related to conservation of Chinese ceramics in collection of Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight Village. 169. National Portrait Gallery, London, England. $300,000, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 170. National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museum Studies, Coyoacan, Mexico. $50,000, 2009. For equipment and library acquisitions for new postgraduate course in photographic conservation. 171. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2005. For recovery and outreach efforts to the regions damaged by Hurricane Katrina. 172. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2006. For assessment of damage to historic structures in Gulf Coast region affected by Hurricane Katrina. 173. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For Los Angeles Preservation Fund. 174. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2007. 1.50-year grant. For recovery campaign in New Orleans. 175. Nelson Gallery Foundation, Kansas City, MO. $60,000, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 176. New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $25,000, 2008. For conservation survey of archives. 177. New School, New York, NY. $150,000, 2005. For archival projects. 178. North American Textile Conservation Conference, Albany, NY. $41,000, 2006. 179. Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA. $150,000, 2005. For conservation training. 180. Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS. $68,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For conservation survey. 181. Old Mission San Luis Rey, San Luis Rey, CA. $107,000, 2008. For treatment and research related to conservation of eighteenth century colonial painting of Last Judgment. 182. Opera of Santa Croce, Florence, Italy. $75,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For preparation of conservation plan for frescoes and wall paintings by Giotto in Church of Santa Croce. 183. Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA. $175,000, 2009. 3-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition Circa 1969: California Art on the Cusp, as part of special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 184. Ormylia Foundation, Art Diagnosis Center, Greece. $100,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For treatment and research related to conservation of post-Byzantine textiles from Monastery of Simonos Petra at Mount Athos. 185. Oscar Niemeyer Foundation, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. $160,000, 2007. 1.50-year grant. For arrangement and description of Oscar Niemeyer archives. 186. Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA. $130,000, 2009. 1.25-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition Public Center of One’s Own: Woman’s Building’s Contribution to Arts in Los Angeles, as part of special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 187. Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena, CA. $69,000, 2007. 1.50-year grant. For planning phase of reinstallation and reinterpretation of permanent collection. 188. Palace Museum, Beijing, China. $55,000, 2006. For conservation education and training. 189. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. $100,000, 2009. 1.50-year grant. For conservation residency related to treatment of Saint Francis Confronts Antichrist by Cristobal de Villalpando. 190. Pomona College, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA. $190,000, 2009. 3-year grant. For research and planning of exhibition

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Shock of New at Pomona College 1969-1973, at Pomona College Museum of Art, as part of special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 191. Project Restore, Los Angeles, CA. $73,000, 2009. For preparation of conservation plan for wall paintings in Los Angeles City Hall. 192. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. $60,000, 2005. For archival projects. 193. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Foundation, New Brunswick, NJ. $149,000, 2005. For archival projects. 194. Saint Pauls Cathedral Foundation, London, England. $78,618, 2008. 1.50-year grant. For preparation of conservation plan for Wren Library at Saint Paul’s Cathedral. 195. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA. $240,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of works by Robert Rauschenberg in the permanent collection. 196. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA. $222,000, 2006. For archival projects. 197. Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA. $145,000, 2009. 2.25-year grant. For research and planning for exhibition surveying art of Beatrice Wood, as part of special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 198. Scripps College, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, CA. $175,000, 2009. 1.25-year grant. For research and planning of exhibition Clay Reconsidered: Ceramics in Southern California, 1945-1980 at Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, as part of special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 199. Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. $240,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of the Chinese painting and calligraphy collection. 200. Sir John Soanes Museum, London, England. $94,867, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 201. Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Art, Washington, DC. $240,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For arrangement and description of nine archival collections critical to study of post-1945 California art in Archives of American Art, as part of special initiative On Record: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 202. Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington, DC. $200,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of the Gerhard Pulverer Collection of Japanese Illustrated Books at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. 203. Smithsonian Institution, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC. $64,000, 2007. 2.25-year grant. For conservation survey of works on paper collection in Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. 204. Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History, Washington, DC. $31,500, 2007. For conservation survey of Hillotypes in Photographic History Collection of National Museum of American History. 205. Sociedade dos Amigos da Biblioteca Demonstrativa de Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. $155,000, 2006. For archival projects. 206. Soprintendenza Speciale per il Patrimonio Storico, Artistico ed Etnoantropologico per il Polo Museale della Citta di Roma, Rome, Italy. $160,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For preparation of catalogue of sculpture collections of Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia. 207. Southern University at New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. $100,000, 2008. For conservation treatment of collection in Center for African and African American Studies. 208. Spelman College, Atlanta, GA. $76,800, 2006. For conservation treatment and research. 209. Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany. $130,316, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 210. Staatliches Museum Schwerin, Schwerin, Germany. $168,432, 2006. For conservation treatment and research. 211. State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece. $134,000, 2007. For conservation survey of Costakis Collection. 212. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark. $224,274, 2009. For needs assessment survey of field of panel painting conservation in Europe and United States. 213. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark. $175,485, 2007. 1.75-year grant. For conservation treatment and research relating to Tribute Money. Peter Finding Silver Coin in Mouth of Fish (The Ferry Boat to Antwerp) by Jacob Jordaens.

214. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA. $100,000, 2009. 3-year grant. For publication of catalogue Nineteenth Century European Paintings. 215. Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin, Germany. $200,000, 2009. 4.25-year grant. For preparation of catalogue of Northern European medieval collection in Skulpturensammlung of Bode-Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. 216. Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL. $13,900, 2005. For conservation surveys. 217. Tate Gallery, London, England. $218,592, 2007. 2-year grant. For arrangement and description of Naum Gabo archives. 218. Tate Gallery, London, England. $206,562, 2009. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of the Camden Town Group. 219. Teylers Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands. $30,000, 2005. For cataloguing of collections. 220. Tulane Educational Fund, Newcomb Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA. $15,000, 2007. For conservation survey at Newcomb Art Gallery. 221. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. $250,000, 2008. 2.25-year grant. For arrangement and description of archival collections in Architectural and Design Collection as part of special initiative On Record: Art in LA 1945-1980. 222. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $190,000, 2005. For archival projects. 223. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $180,000, 2005. For archival projects. 224. University of California, Oakland, CA. $146,800, 2006. For second phase of survey of archival materials related to Latino arts in Southern California, to be conducted by Chicano Studies Research Center, UCLA. 225. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $48,000, 2009. For the arrangement and description of four arts collections in the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Library and Archive as part of the special initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980. 226. University of Cincinnati Foundation, Cincinnati, OH. $75,000, 2009. 3-year grant. For interdisciplinary study related to conservation and presentation of video wall by Nam June Paik. 227. University of Delaware, Newark, DE. $115,000, 2006. For mid-career photographic conservation training in Beirut, Lebanon. 228. University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. $100,000, 2005. For archival projects. 229. University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. $69,501, 2009. For preparation of conservation plan for Old Library. 230. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. $100,000, 2007. 2.25-year grant. For consolidation of Basel Mission Digital Photograph Collection and University’s Internet Mission Photography Archive. 231. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. $59,000, 2006. For conservation survey of interior furnishings in Gamble House. 232. University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. $100,000, 2009. 1.25-year grant. For preparation of catalogue of Islamic illustrated manuscripts in Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library in Patna, India. 233. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England. $155,147, 2005. For conservation treatment. 234. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England. $71,909, 2009. For symposium, Crossing Borders: Conservation, Science and Material Culture of East Asian Lacquer. 235. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England. $50,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For publication of catalogue of French furniture collection. 236. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Hanoi, Vietnam. $24,500, 2007. 1.50-year grant. For conservation survey of textile collection. 237. Ville de Bry-Sur-Marne, France. $200,000, 2008. For treatment and research related to conservation of Diorama by Louis Daguerre. 238. Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris, France. $252,731, 2008. 3-year grant. For conservation research and treatment of Chinoiserie boiseries, rare surviving works from former residence of Duc de Richelieu. 239. Visual Resources Association, Baltimore, MD. $137,000, 2005. For cataloging of collections. 240. Visual Resources Association Foundation, Irvine, CA. $26,400, 2009. For project Cataloging Cultural Objects. 241. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. $200,000, 2009. 1.50-year grant. For the planning of online scholarly catalogue of new acquisitions from 2005 to the present. 242. West African Museums Programme, Dakar, Senegal. $200,000, 2008. For training program on photographic archives preservation for museum professionals in West Africa.

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243. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. $150,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For treatment and research related to conservation of Calder’s Circus (1926-1931) by Alexander Calder. 244. Yale University, Lewis Walpole Library, New Haven, CT. $96,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For treatment and research related to conservation of Boulle coffer on stand in collection of Lewis Walpole Library, Farmington.

Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. No grants to individuals; no support for deficit budgets, endowments, conferences, events, documentaries, films, books, or research. 245. Museum of Performance and Design, San Francisco, CA. $30,000, 2007. For Rhoda Haas Goldman Stern Grove Festival Archive Endowment Fund. 246. Museum of Performance and Design, San Francisco, CA. $30,000, 2008. For Rhoda Haas Goldman Stern Grove Festival Archive Endowment Fund.

Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, and Israel. Giving nationally and internationally in the areas of population and the environment. No grants to individuals, or for deficit budgets, endowment funds, documentary films, conferences, research, scholarships, fellowships, matching gifts, or general operating budgets of established organizations; no loans. 247. Grabhorn Institute, San Francisco, CA. $10,000, 2008. For Acquisition Project, to permanently consolidate and acquire all of equipment, tools, art works, reference library, and book inventory of Arion Press and H and M Type. 248. Museum of Performance and Design, San Francisco, CA. $10,000, 2006. For conservation and preservation of Stern Grove Festival Archive. 249. University of California, Berkeley, CA. $10,000, 2008. For general support of Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. 250. University of California, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA. $10,000, 2007. For general support of museum and Pacific Film Archive. 251. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $15,000, 2005. For Jewish Heritage Grant Program, to preserve and restore synagogues and other Jewish cultural structures throughout world.

The GRAMMY Foundation
(also known as The NARAS Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for organizations which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, national origin, disability or age; or for Recording Academy chapters, trustees, governors, officers, or staff. No grants for endowments, equipment, the purchase of collections, repairs of instruments, professional development, music education, or buildings and facilities. 252. Abita Music Company, Orlando, FL. $15,080, 2008. For archiving and dissemination of an at-risk collection of radio transcriptions and their source interview and actuality recordings. 253. Arhoolie Foundation, El Cerrito, CA. $40,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 254. Beale Street Caravan, Memphis, TN. $20,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 255. Bob Moog Memorial Foundation for Electronic Music, Asheville, NC. $7,921, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 256. Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston, MA. $39,000, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 257. Boys and Girls Harbor, Harbor Conservatory for the Performing Arts, New York, NY. $40,000, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project from Raices, New York’s largest collection of materials tracing and documenting the Afro-Caribbean roots and the subsequent evolution of Salsa and Latin Jazz. 258. Columbia College, Center for Black Music Research, Chicago, IL. $19,574, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 259. Columbia University, New York, NY. $40,000, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 260. Educational Broadcasting Corporation, New York, NY. $20,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project.

261. Florida International University, Miami, FL. $20,000, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 262. Fund for Folk Culture, Austin, TX. $40,000, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 263. Haleakala, The Kitchen, New York, NY. $30,000, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 264. Haleakala, The Kitchen, New York, NY. $30,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 265. Herman Leonard Photography, Studio City, CA. $33,017, 2008. For Herman Leonard Jazz Archive to preserve, archive and organize Herman Leonard’s large, historically significant archive of 65,000 negatives which will be scanned, archived and made available to the public. 266. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. $39,320, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 267. K C R W Foundation, Santa Monica, CA. $20,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 268. Kronos Performing Arts Association, San Francisco, CA. $10,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 269. Library of Congress, Washington, DC. $38,414, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 270. Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, CA. $40,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 271. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $29,600, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 272. Museum of Performance and Design, San Francisco, CA. $40,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 273. Naropa University, Boulder, CO. $39,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 274. National Council for the Traditional Arts, Silver Spring, MD. $40,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 275. National Organization for Traditional Artists Exchange, Honolulu, HI. $27,476, 2008. For conservation of historically and culturally significant photographs of folkloric musicians, dancers, and their milieus, contained in the Lewiston Visual Archive, images which document many of the musicians recorded by David Lewiston in South America, Guatemala, and Mexico. 276. National Organization for Traditional Artists Exchange, Honolulu, HI. $20,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 277. New York University, New York, NY. $40,000, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 278. New York University, New York, NY. $40,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 279. Northshore Concert Band, Highland Park, IL. $14,800, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 280. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, New York, NY. $10,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 281. Other Minds, San Francisco, CA. $40,000, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 282. Other Minds, San Francisco, CA. $40,000, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 283. Other Minds, San Francisco, CA. $40,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 284. Pacifica Foundation, Pacifica Radio Archives, Berkeley, CA. $35,554, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 285. Paley Center for Media, New York, NY. $20,550, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 286. Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, New York, NY. $40,000, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 287. Poets House, New York, NY. $30,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 288. Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Center for Andean Ethnomusicology, Lima, Peru. $32,400, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 289. Rhythm and Blues Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 290. San Diego Folk Heritage, San Diego, CA. $35,128, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 291. Skokomish Indian Tribe, Shelton, WA. $10,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 292. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Folkways, Washington, DC. $21,280, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project.

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293. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Folkways, Washington, DC. $17,851, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 294. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Folkways, Washington, DC. $12,500, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 295. University of California, Ethnic Studies Library, Berkeley, CA. $10,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 296. University of California, Ethnomusicology Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $40,000, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 297. University of California, Film and Television Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $40,000, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 298. University of Idaho, International Jazz Collections, Moscow, ID. $36,682, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 299. University of New Orleans, American Routes, New Orleans, LA. $36,584, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 300. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. $37,606, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 301. Vermont Folklife Center, Middlebury, VT. $39,000, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 302. Western Folklife Center, Elko, NV. $25,265, 2007. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 303. Western Folklife Center, Elko, NV. $24,500, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 304. Yale University, Oral History, American Music (OHAM), New Haven, CT. $40,000, 2008. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 305. Yale University, Oral History, American Music (OHAM), New Haven, CT. $20,000, 2005. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project. 306. Yale University, Oral History, American Music (OHAM), New Haven, CT. $20,000, 2006. For implementation of preservation of recorded sound project.

314. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $2,500,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For general support. 315. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $620,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For FOIA Mexico Project. 316. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $620,000, 2007. 1.75-year grant. For general support of National Security Archive’s Mexico project. 317. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $380,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For general support. 318. New Media for Nonprofits, Chicago, IL. $150,000, 2007. For expansion of IssueLab, online archive of nonprofit research. 319. New Media for Nonprofits, Chicago, IL. $100,000, 2007. For planning grant to support expansion of IssueLab, online archive of nonprofit research. 320. New Media for Nonprofits, Chicago, IL. $50,000, 2007. For expansion of IssueLab, online archive of nonprofit research.

Bob & Nita Hirsch Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 321. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2006.

The James Irvine Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to CA. No support for agencies receiving substantial government support. No grants to individuals. 322. Ali Akbar College of Music, San Rafael, CA. $150,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To preserve audio collection. 323. Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles, CA. $20,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For second phase of Political Graphics ONLINE, preservation and access project involving the digitization and cataloging of posters that represent historical and contemporary issues facing diverse communities of Southern California. 324. Fresno City and County Historical Society, Fresno, CA. $35,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Hmong of Central California: A Culture in Transition, traveling photographic exhibition and historical archive of Central Valley Hmong Refugee Community. 325. LA Freewaves, Los Angeles, CA. $75,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For Freewaves, new media arts festival and to expand online archive. 326. Social and Public Art Resource Center, Venice, CA. $100,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For preservation and restoration of the Great Wall of Los Angeles mural, depicting visual narrative history of California’s ethnic populations.

Mimi and Peter Haas Fund
(formerly Miriam and Peter Haas Fund) Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, CA; early childhood, direct service component is limited to San Francisco. No grants to individuals. 307. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For general operating support. 308. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For general operating support.

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to CA for the California Grants Program only; and South Africa for the international grants program; other grants nationwide. No support for political organizations. No grants to individuals (except for Media Fellows and consultants), or for construction, equipment, capital funds, annual appeals, fundraising events, ongoing general operating expenses, or indirect costs; generally no funding for direct service type projects. 327. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2005. 328. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2006.

Walter and Elise Haas Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco and Alameda County, CA. No grants to individuals, or for general fundraising, endowment campaigns, scholarships, fellowships, or for video or film production (except through the Creative Work Fund). 309. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $40,000, 2007. To launch Bay Area programming and education about role of Jewish women in history.

The Held Foundation
Limitations: Giving in the U.S., with emphasis on CA. 310. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $5,000, 2005.

The Karan-Weiss Foundation
329. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $10,000, 2007.

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for family and community development programs; performing arts primarily limited to the Bay Area. No support for medicine and health-related projects, law, criminal justice, and related fields, juvenile delinquency or drug and alcohol addiction, prevention or treatment programs, problems of the elderly and the handicapped, or television or radio projects. No grants to individuals, or for basic research, equipment, seminars, conferences, festivals, touring costs, fundraising drives, scholarships, or fellowships; no loans (except for program-related investments). 311. Alexandria Archive Institute, San Francisco, CA. $250,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For general support. 312. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $1,000,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For general support. 313. IssueLab, Chicago, IL. $500,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To support archive.

The Karsh Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 330. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $25,000, 2005.

W. M. Keck Foundation
Limitations: Giving nationally to universities, colleges, and major independent medical research institutions. Arts and culture, civic and community, health care, and precollegiate education and early learning are restricted to southern CA, mainly the greater Los Angeles area. No support for conduit organizations or to organizations that have not received permanent tax-exempt ruling determination from the federal government and state of CA (if state exemption is applicable). No grants to individuals, or for routine expenses, general endowments, deficit reduction, fundraising events, dinners, mass mailings, conferences,

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seminars, publications, films, theatrical productions, or public policy research. 331. Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, CA. $1,000,000, 2006. To preserve art collection and expand educational programs by renovating and upgrading Huntington Gallery.

Monterey Peninsula Foundation
(formerly Monterey Peninsula Golf Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Benito counties, CA; limited grants to Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area, CA. No support for labor organizations, fraternal organizations or other organizations with limited constituency, no political parties, candidates or political organizations. No grants to individuals or for emergency operating funds, deficits, research projects, endowments, development of production of books, films or video projects, organization with a limited constituency, annual meetings, advertising, contests, fundraising, ceremonies, conferences, travel, testimonials, or memorials, or for multi-year campaigns, or capital campaigns. 344. Diocese of Monterey, Monterey, CA. $250,000, 2008. For Royal Presidio Chapel Conservation (San Carlos Cathedral).

Koret Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the Bay Area counties of San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Santa Clara, and San Mateo, CA; giving also in Israel and on a national basis for Jewish funding requests. No support for private foundations, or veterans’, fraternal, military, religious, or sectarian organizations whose principal activity is for the benefit of their own membership. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds or deficit financing. 332. Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA. $20,000, 2005. For collection access project, Phase I. 333. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $20,000, 2006. For general operating support for Jewish Heritage Grants Program. 334. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. For Strawberry Hill House. 335. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For restoration of Strawberry Hill House.

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a worldwide basis, with some focus on the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for selected projects. No support for religious or political organizations. No grants to individuals, or for arts, building/renovation, endowments, capital campaigns, labor issues, or for sports programs. 345. Missouri Botanical Garden, Saint Louis, MO. $541,321, 2007. For adoption of Fedora Commons platform by Biodiversity Heritage Library (10 of the world’s largest natural history digital libraries) and TROPICOS (Garden’s institutional repository of botanical data). Outcomes include shared and open access to collective knowledge on biodiversity as well as new opportunities for easy adoption and use within biodiversity information management.

LEF Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and New England; giving in other regions of the U.S. with relevant interests, including the Southwest and Hawaii. No grants to individuals, or for general/operating support, capital campaigns, building/renovation, land acquisition, endowments, emergency funds, fellowships, research, or matching/challenge support; no program-related investments or loans. 336. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $15,000, 2007. 337. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $15,000, 2006.

Peter A. Morton Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to individuals. 346. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $15,000, 2005.

The Levy-Markus Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY. No grants to individuals. 338. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2007.

Dan Murphy Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. 347. Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Archival Center, Mission Hills, CA. $30,000, 2007. For general support. 348. Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Archival Center, Mission Hills, CA. $10,000, 2007. For general support.

The Lincy Foundation
Limitations: Giving in the U.S., primarily in CA, NV, and in Armenia. No grants to individuals or endowments. 339. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $200,000, 2008.

National Film Preservation Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 349. Academy Foundation, Beverly Hills, CA. $5,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 350. Alaska Moving Image, Anchorage, AK. $13,470, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 351. American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Lincoln, NE. $5,310, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 352. American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY. $7,460, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 353. Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. $17,960, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 354. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $68,890, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 355. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $33,110, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 356. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $29,790, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 357. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $11,820, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 358. Appalshop, Whitesburg, KY. $16,890, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 359. Appalshop, Archives, Whitesburg, KY. $21,180, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 360. Appalshop, Archives, Whitesburg, KY. $10,420, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 361. Appalshop, Archives, Whitesburg, KY. $10,240, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 362. Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Elk Grove Village, IL. $12,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation.

Lucasfilm Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 340. Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco, CA. $25,000, 2007. For film preservation.

Marin Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving from Buck Trust limited to Marin County, CA; other giving on a national and international basis with emphasis on the San Francisco Bay Area. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for planning initiatives, or capital projects (except those meeting criteria specified in the funding guidelines). Other limitations specific to each program area are outlined in the funding guidelines. 341. Living Archives, New York, NY. $50,000, 2007. For educational film, Saint Misbehavin’: The Life and Times of Wavy Gravy. Wavy is an activist for peace and personal empowerment. 342. Marin Museum of the American Indian, Novato, CA. $28,000, 2005. For operating support for preservation, exhibition, and education concerning Native American arts and culture in Marin County. Grant made through Buck Trust.

B. C. McCabe Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 343. Whittier Historical Society, Whittier, CA. $40,000, 2007. For Archival Catalogue Program and Exhibit Refurbishment Program.

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363. Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Elk Grove Village, IL. $7,910, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 364. Artist Tribe Foundation, Topanga, CA. $5,000, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 365. Association of Moving Image Archivists, Small Gauge Interest Group, Los Angeles, CA. $9,750, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 366. Austin Public Library, History Center, Austin, TX. $14,620, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 367. Backstreet Cultural Museum, New Orleans, LA. $8,080, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 368. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. $25,630, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 369. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. $14,910, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 370. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. $13,550, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 371. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. $5,350, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 372. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY. $5,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 373. Camera News/Third World Newsreel, New York, NY. $5,690, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 374. Chicago Film Archives, Chicago, IL. $10,930, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 375. Chicago Film Archives, Chicago, IL. $7,460, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 376. Chicago Film Archives, Chicago, IL. $5,210, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 377. Chicago Film Archives, Chicago, IL. $5,020, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 378. Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago, IL. $14,240, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 379. Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago, IL. $8,700, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 380. Childrens Hospital Corporation, Boston, MA. $6,330, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 381. Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville, TN. $10,510, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 382. Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville, TN. $5,520, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 383. Davenport Public Library, Davenport, IA. $5,170, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 384. Dover Public Library, Dover, DE. $5,050, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 385. Duke University, Durham, NC. $50,000, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 386. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN. $9,420, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 387. Electronic Arts Intermix, New York, NY. $13,040, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 388. Electronic Arts Intermix, New York, NY. $5,180, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 389. Emory University, Atlanta, GA. $8,160, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 390. Emory University, Atlanta, GA. $8,150, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 391. Emory University, Atlanta, GA. $7,680, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 392. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. $6,310, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 393. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $65,060, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 394. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $43,580, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 395. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $41,210, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 396. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $5,570, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 397. Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA. $5,340, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 398. Harvard University, Film Archive, Cambridge, MA. $13,860, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 399. Harvard University, Film Archive, Cambridge, MA. $11,670, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation.

400. Hildene, Manchester, VT. $7,190, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 401. Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York, NY. $5,700, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 402. Iota Center, Los Angeles, CA. $16,270, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 403. Iota Center, Los Angeles, CA. $14,920, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 404. Iota Center, Los Angeles, CA. $12,240, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 405. Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, CA. $15,000, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 406. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. $8,490, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 407. Josef Albers Foundation, Bethany, CT. $5,690, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 408. Keene State College, Keene, NH. $7,680, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 409. Larry Rivers Foundation, New York, NY. $12,980, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 410. Library of Congress, Washington, DC. $34,780, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 411. Library of Congress, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 412. Lincoln City Libraries, Lincoln, NE. $8,340, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 413. Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archive, Boca Raton, FL. $6,080, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 414. Mariners Museum, Newport News, VA. $14,950, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 415. Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY. $8,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 416. Mennonite Central Committee Central States, North Newton, KS. $8,100, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 417. Miami-Dade Public Library System, Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archive, Miami, FL. $6,910, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 418. Mills College, Oakland, CA. $8,400, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 419. Missouri Historical Society, Saint Louis, MO. $6,320, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 420. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $39,090, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 421. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $23,540, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 422. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $8,470, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 423. Naropa University, Boulder, CO. $5,240, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 424. National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 425. National Center for Jewish Film, Waltham, MA. $40,340, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 426. National Center for Jewish Film, Waltham, MA. $7,130, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 427. National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC. $10,940, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 428. National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC. $10,420, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 429. New Mexico State Records and Archives, Santa Fe, NM. $12,440, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 430. New Mexico State Records and Archives, Santa Fe, NM. $9,570, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 431. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $36,550, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 432. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $24,410, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 433. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $22,760, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 434. New York Public Library, Donnell Media Center, New York, NY. $7,010, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 435. New York Public Library, Jerome Robbins Dance Division, New York, NY. $6,420, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation.

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Packard—CALIFORNIA

436. New York University, New York, NY. $24,210, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 437. New York University, New York, NY. $23,580, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 438. North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. $9,310, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 439. Northeast Historic Film, Bucksport, ME. $12,600, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 440. Northeast Historic Film, Bucksport, ME. $8,480, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 441. Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City, OK. $16,510, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 442. Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, PA. $12,500, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 443. Pine Mountain Settlement School, Pine Mountain, KY. $12,940, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 444. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. $6,000, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation at libraries. 445. Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, RI. $7,330, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 446. Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, RI. $6,890, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 447. Roger Tory Peterson Institute for the Study of Natural History, Jamestown, NY. $14,800, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 448. Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation, Warm Springs, GA. $5,420, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 449. Sherman Library and Gardens, Corona del Mar, CA. $10,470, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 450. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 451. Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. $17,270, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 452. Temenos, Inc., New York, NY. $24,300, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 453. Tennessee Archive of the Moving Image and Sound, Knoxville, TN. $11,560, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 454. Tennessee Archive of the Moving Image and Sound, Knoxville, TN. $7,680, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 455. Texas Archive of the Moving Image, Austin, TX. $7,030, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 456. Texas Archive of the Moving Image, Austin, TX. $6,000, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 457. Trinity College, Hartford, CT. $7,710, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 458. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $84,800, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 459. University of California, Film and Television Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $57,340, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 460. University of California, Film and Television Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $51,910, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 461. University of Georgia, Athens, GA. $8,720, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 462. University of Georgia, Athens, GA. $5,770, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 463. University of Georgia, Media Archives, Athens, GA. $11,110, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 464. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. $9,920, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 465. University of Idaho, Moscow, ID. $6,460, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 466. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. $11,180, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 467. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. $6,380, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 468. University of Maryland-College Park, College Park, MD. $5,930, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 469. University of Montana, Missoula, MT. $5,980, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 470. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. $11,970, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 471. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. $8,560, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 472. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. $6,680, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation.

473. University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. $7,620, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 474. University of Washington, Seattle, WA. $5,940, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 475. Visual Communications/Southern California Asian American Studies Central, Los Angeles, CA. $7,620, 2007. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 476. Wisconsin Historical Society, Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research, Madison, WI. $18,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 477. World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame, Colorado Springs, CO. $5,510, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation. 478. Yale University, Film Study Center, New Haven, CT. $12,370, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For film preservation.

The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA. No support for political organizations or campaigns. No grants to individuals, or for film or video projects; no loans. 479. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC. $15,000, 2005. For Astronomical Glass Plate Archiving Project at Carnegie Observatories in Pasadena, CA.

Peter Norton Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA for human/social services; giving on a national basis for arts-related grants. No grants to individuals. 480. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. 481. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005.

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Limitations: Giving for national and international grants, with special focus on the Northern CA counties of San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals. 482. Colorado State University-Pueblo Foundation, Pueblo, CO. $30,000, 2008. To create Southern Colorado Ethnic Heritage and Diversity Archives. 483. Stanford University, School of Education, Stanford, CA. $250,000, 2005. For John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities Data Archive.

The Packard Humanities Institute
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 484. Bach-Archiv, Leipzig, Germany. $263,000, 2006. For library acquisitions and IT development, publications and operations. 485. Bach-Archiv, Leipzig, Germany. $238,500, 2005. For Bach-Archiv library, personnel, acquisitions, and IT development. 486. British School at Rome, Rome, Italy. $2,000,000, 2006. For Herculaneum Conservation Project. 487. British School at Rome, Rome, Italy. $2,000,000, 2006. For Herculaneum Conservation Project. 488. British School at Rome, Rome, Italy. $1,000,000, 2005. For Herculaneum Conservation Project for campaign of emergency works. 489. British School at Rome, Rome, Italy. $96,434, 2005. For Herculaneum Conservation Project Scientific coordinator position. 490. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $112,327, 2005. For preservation staff positions. 491. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Motion Picture Department, Rochester, NY. $178,788, 2006. For support for film preservation staff positions. 492. Stanford Theater Foundation, Palo Alto, CA. $350,000, 2006. For The Stanford Theater Foundation Film Laboratory general operations and film restoration. 493. Stanford Theater Foundation, Palo Alto, CA. $230,000, 2006. For Stanford Theater Foundation Film Laboratory general operations and film restoration. 494. University of California, Santa Cruz, CA. $142,624, 2005. For staff salaries for cataloguing and curatorial work on Satyajit Ray film collection. 495. University of California, Santa Cruz, CA. $140,000, 2006. For staff salaries for cataloguing and curatorial work on Satyajit Ray film collection.

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496. University of California, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. $100,000, 2005. For cataloguing and collection maintenance, database development, exhibitions. 497. University of California, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. $70,000, 2006. For cataloguing and collection maintenance, database development, exhibitions. 498. University of California, UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $535,000, 2006. For Film Preservation Laboratory program staff positions. 499. University of California, UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $410,000, 2005. For Film Preservation Laboratory staff positions. 500. University of California, UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $250,000, 2005. For PHI-Stanford Laboratory operating support. 501. University of California, UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $225,000, 2006. For Film Preservation Laboratory general operating expenses. 502. University of California, UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $220,000, 2005. For Film Preservation Laboratory general support. 503. University of California, UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $140,000, 2005. For Film Preservation Laboratory lab consultant position. 504. University of California, UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $59,680, 2005. For Film Preservation Laboratory planning and program staff position. 505. University of Texas, Austin, TX. $2,181,260, 2006. For Chersonnesos (Ukraine) and Metaponto (Italy) archaeological excavations, conservation and publication. 506. University of Wurzburg, Wurzburg, Germany. $187,306, 2005. For producing translations of prefaces to Neue Mozart Ausgabe (NMA) from German into English for bilingual publication.

518. San Diego Natural History Museum, San Diego, CA. $20,000, 2006. For San Diego Plant Atlas and for upgrading storage for Birds and Mammals Collection. 519. San Diego Natural History Museum, San Diego, CA. $16,729, 2008. For improved housing and organization of Herpetological Collection.

The San Francisco Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo. No support for religious purposes, or medical, academic, or scientific research. No grants to individuals (except scholarships and fellowships designated by a donor) or for conferences or one-time events. 520. Congregation Beth El of the Sudbury River Valley, Sudbury, MA. $10,000, 2006. For Carob Tree Initiative, restoration and maintenance of Torah scrolls. 521. Creative Growth Art Center, Oakland, CA. $10,000, 2005. To provide staffing and materials related to upgrading archiving of collection of art center serving disabled adult artists. 522. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. $193,000, 2005. For Paintings Conservations. 523. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. $190,000, 2006. For conservation of paintings. 524. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. $168,000, 2005. For Paintings Conservation Center. 525. J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles, CA. $50,000, 2007. For Attribution Studies by Conservation Department Painting Conservation Council at Getty Museum. 526. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $10,000, 2006. For Fund for Future. 527. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $10,000, 2007. For general support. 528. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $7,000, 2005. 529. Life Frames, San Francisco, CA. $15,000, 2005. To continue community planning and design development of South Bernal Heights Living Library and Think Park Nature Walk, and Integrated Digital Gateways, and Multimedia Digital Archives. 530. Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, Ben Lomond, CA. $25,000, 2006. For Erowid project, for writing, collecting, sorting, archiving, and publishing information about psychoactive plants and chemicals. 531. Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, Ben Lomond, CA. $20,000, 2006. For Erowid project, writing, collecting, sorting, archiving, and publishing information about psychoactive plants and chemicals. 532. Museum of Performance and Design, San Francisco, CA. $20,000, 2007. For Shenson Research Room and education projects, exhibitions, and preservation services. 533. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2006. For Lunder Conservation Center. 534. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2007. For Lunder Conservation Center. 535. University of California, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, CA. $10,000, 2006. For rare books. 536. University of California, College Eight, Santa Cruz, CA. $10,000, 2007. For library collection of World and Popular Music.

The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Los Angeles County, CA. No support for sectarian, religious, or fraternal purposes, or for political organizations. No grants to individuals, or for annual campaigns, fundraising events, dinners, mass mailings, workshops, federated fundraising appeals, seminars, conferences or generally for multi-year funding; no loans. 507. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation, North Hollywood, CA. $5,000, 2007. For general support. 508. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation, North Hollywood, CA. $5,000, 2007. For internship program for college students seeking positions in television industry. 509. Town Hall Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. $50,000, 2007. To preserve historic materials so that they may be available to scholars and general public.

The John and Lisa Pritzker Family Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, CA. No grants to individuals. 510. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $84,000, 2006. 511. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $83,000, 2005. 512. Living Archives, New York, NY. $9,000, 2006.

The Ressler/Gertz Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to individuals. 513. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2005.

The San Diego Foundation
(formerly San Diego Community Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater San Diego, CA, region. No support for religious organizations. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for annual or capital fund campaigns, endowment funds, conferences, travel, or to underwrite fundraising events and performances. 514. Center for Social Advocacy, El Cajon, CA. $15,000, 2008. To create and maintain archival record of region’s civil rights history and to bring to San Diego collection of civil rights photographs entitled Unseen Unforgotten. 515. Media Arts Center San Diego, San Diego, CA. $14,598, 2007. To use digital media technology to capture experience and memories of region’s multi-generational community so that stories can be passed on and archived. 516. Mingei International Museum, San Diego, CA. $25,000, 2005. To contribute towards collections. 517. San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego, CA. $25,000, 2006. For Collections Storage Renovation Project.

Santa Barbara Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Santa Barbara County, CA. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for deficit financing, seed funding, endowment funds, fundraising drives, conferences, seminars, one-time events, fellowships, or for research. 537. Santa Barbara Mission Archive-Library, Santa Barbara, CA. $10,000, 2008. For temp.

The Semel Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington, DC and NY. No grants to individuals. 538. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $50,000, 2005.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily for endowment-building in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, CA.

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539. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $16,000, 2008. For general support. 540. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $10,000, 2007. 541. Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary of the Woods, Saint Mary of the Woods, IN. $19,006, 2008. For artwork restoration. 542. Stanford University, Stanford, CA. $100,000, 2008. To establish endowment for University Archivist position. 543. UC Santa Cruz Foundation, Santa Cruz, CA. $75,000, 2008. For general support of Satyajit Ray Film and Study Collection (FASC). 544. Yale University, New Haven, CT. $30,000, 2007. For 65th Reunion Alumni Fund, designated for library’s restoration of rare books.

553. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2005.

Warren Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with emphasis on San Diego. No grants to individuals. 554. Mingei International Museum, San Diego, CA. $16,597, 2007. For artworks.

Wasserman Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants to individuals or to fund independent film projects. 555. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $97,790, 2005.

Y & H Soda Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Alameda and Contra Costa counties, CA. No support for animal welfare, the arts, environmental causes, private foundations, national medical research organizations, or political organizations. No grants to individuals, or for annual fundraising campaigns, media campaigns, endowments, faculty chairs, or advocacy grants. 545. Patten University, Oakland, CA. $5,000, 2005. For library update.

Weingart Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to 6 southern CA counties; Los Angeles, Orange, Santa Barbara, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura. No support for religious programs, political refugee or international concerns, federated fundraising groups, or national organizations that do not have chapters operating in Southern California. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, annual campaigns, emergency funds, deficit financing, fellowships, seminars, conferences, publications, workshops, travel, surveys, films, medical research, or publishing activities. 556. Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles, CA. $750,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For conservation, access, and K-12 education programs.

The W. L. S. Spencer Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a worldwide basis through intermediaries based in the United States. No grants to individuals or for events, no grants for endowments or ongoing operational expenses. 546. Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong. $30,000, 2005. For conference of art professionals interested in archival needs to discuss issues of digital versus tangible, classification systems, collection policies, conservation, language accessibility and technology. 547. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2006. To conserve, catalog, digitally photograph and publicly share several hundred works from collection of Chinese art and calligraphy rubbings. Comprehensive web-based catalogue featuring images and descriptions of treated rubbings will be added. 548. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2007. To conserve, catalogue, digitally photograph, and publicly share several hundred works from collection of Chinese art and calligraphy rubbings. 549. New York University, New York, NY. $15,000, 2005. Toward online library project to recover part of Afghanistan’s literary and cultural heritage by collecting, cataloging, digitizing and making available over the Internet all works published in Afghanistan between 1870-1930.

Wood-Claeyssens Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, CA. No support for tax-supported educational institutions, government-funded organizations, religious or political organizations, or for medical research. No grants to individuals. 557. Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Santa Barbara, CA. $20,000, 2008. For curatorial department’s collections management projects. 558. Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Santa Barbara, CA. $10,000, 2005. For collections management program and operations. 559. Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Santa Barbara, CA. $10,000, 2006. For curatorial departments Collections Management Project. 560. Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Santa Barbara, CA. $10,000, 2007. For curatorial department’s collection management projects.

Stuart Foundation
(also known as Elbridge Stuart Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and WA. No support for political or lobbying activities. No grants to individuals, or generally for endowments, building funds, or annual campaigns, capital or operating support to sustain existing service capacity. 550. University of California, Center for Social Services Research, School of Social Welfare, Berkeley, CA. $200,000, 2005. For general support of California Children’s Services Archive (The Children’s Archive), longitudinal database that provides regularly updated indicators of key public child welfare program outcomes, processes, and receipt of critical services. 551. University of California, School of Social Welfare, Berkeley, CA. $255,207, 2007. 4-year grant. For continuation of California Children’s Services Archive.

The Wunderkinder Foundation
(formerly Max Charitable Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY. No grants to individuals. 561. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $2,000,000, 2005.

COLORADO
Avenir Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CO, as well as in Vienna, Austria. No grants to individuals. 562. Schoenberg Institute, Vienna, Austria. $100,000, 2005. For general operating support. 563. Schoenberg Institute, Vienna, Austria. $100,000, 2008. For general operating support.

Ventura County Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Ventura County, CA. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for endowments, annual campaigns, budget deficits, or land acquisition; no program-related investments. 552. Ventura County Museum of History and Art, Ventura, CA. $7,695, 2007. For purchase, maintenance and restoration of Museum’s collection of George Stuart’s Historical Figures and/or repairs and improvements to Fred W. Smith Gallery. Remaining funds may be used for other activities/ needs of Museum.

El Pomar Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to CO. No support for organizations that distribute funds to other grantees, religious or political organizations, primary or secondary education, or for camps or seasonal facilities. No grants to individuals, or for travel, film or other media projects, conferences, seminars, deficit financing, endowment funds, research.

Wallis Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants to individuals.

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564. Mesa Verde Museum Association, Mesa Verde, CO. $10,000, 2005. For collections storage project. 565. Pikes Peak Library District Foundation, Colorado Springs, CO. $100,000, 2007. For Old Colorado City Library preservation.

Gates Family Foundation
(formerly Gates Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to CO, with emphasis on the Denver area, except for foundation-initiated grants. No support for private foundations, medical facilities, or individual public schools or public school districts. No grants to individuals, or for operating budgets, medical research, annual campaigns, emergency funds, deficit financing, purchase of tickets for fundraising dinners, parties, balls, or other social fundraising events, purchase of vehicles or office equipment, conferences, meetings, research, or scholarships; no loans. 566. Denver Public Library, Denver, CO. $20,000, 2006. For one-time grant to electronically process and cross-reference 50 boxes of Gates Family Foundation archives.

individuals, or for scholarships, capital campaigns, equipment, or depreciation, advertising, or political causes or events. 572. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2007. For Campaign 400 Sponsor. 573. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $5,000, 2005. For Evening with Dianhann Carroll. 574. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Atlanta, GA. $30,000, 2007. For Salute to Greatness.

J. Walton Bissell Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Connecticut River Valley area, with emphasis on the greater Hartford, CT, area. No grants to individuals, or for endowments. 575. Amistad Center for Art and Culture, Hartford, CT. $12,500, 2005. For equipment for safe storage of collection.

The Rhoda & David Chase Family Foundation, Inc.
(formerly The Chase Family Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in West Hartford, CT; some giving nationally. 576. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $10,000, 2005. For unrestricted support.

General Service Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S., Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. 567. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $60,000, 2005. For rights of working women in Mexico.

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
(formerly The New Haven Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in greater New Haven, CT, and the lower Naugatuck River Valley. No support for religious activities. No grants to individuals (including direct scholarships), or for deficit financing or travel. 577. Derby Public Library, Derby, CT. $10,000, 2008. For Derby Public Library Local History Preservation Project.

The Gill Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis to national and state-wide organizations. No support for clinical HIV/AIDS research, prevention or direct client services to community based HIV/AIDS organizations outside CO, or art programs for or about HIV. No support to individuals, endowments, scholarships, capital projects, direct care services, pride events, film or media production. 568. Commercial Closet Association, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. To monitor LGBTQ-related advertising and for associated archiving of material. 569. Commercial Closet Association, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. To monitor LGBTQ-related advertising and for associated archiving of material.

The Educational Foundation of America
Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S. No grants to individuals, annual fundraising campaigns, or for capital or endowment funds; no loans. 578. George Balanchine Foundation, New York, NY. $30,000, 2007. For Video Archives.

The Maximilian E. & Marion O. Hoffman Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT. No grants to individuals. 579. Abbey of Regina Laudis, Bethlehem, CT. $25,000, 2005. To conserve and restore 18th century creche.

David and Laura Merage Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, CO, and in Israel. No grants to individuals. 570. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $16,000, 2005.

Alex G. Nason Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, FL, and NY. No grants to individuals. 580. Photographic Preservation Society, Fort Worth, TX. $20,000, 2005.

Qwest Foundation
(formerly U S WEST Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas company operations in AR, IA, ID, CO, MN, MO, ND, NE, NM, OR, SD, UT, WA, and WY. No support for political organizations, private foundations, pass-through organizations, or organizations that receive 3 percent or more funding from the United Way. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships, sectarian religious activities, capital campaigns, chairs, endowments, general operating support for single-disease health groups, or goodwill advertising. 571. Densho, Seattle, WA. $40,000, 2007. For Japanese American Literacy Project Expansion.

Newman’s Own Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on AK, CA, CT, DC, FL, IL, MA, NY, OH, and WA, and in Australia, Canada, and South Africa. No support for organizations that promote a business purpose, lobbying or political organizations, litigations of any type, private foundations, or other entities which require expenditure responsibility. No grants to individuals, or for religious activities or beliefs, annual campaigns, endowments, donor-advised funds, special events, or building campaigns. 581. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For capital campaign. 582. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $50,000, 2007. For Theater on Film and Tape Archive. 583. Paley Center for Media, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For preservation of TV and radio programs. 584. Weston Historical Society, Weston, CT. $25,000, 2007. For Archive and Exhibit Hall. 585. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, MA. $5,000, 2007. For Art Conservator.

CONNECTICUT
Aetna Foundation, Inc.
(formerly Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in AZ, CA, CO, CT, Washington, DC, FL, GA, IL, MA, MI, NJ, NY, NC, OH, PA, TX, VA, and WA. No support for religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community. No grants to

Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to Hartford, CT, and the immediately surrounding area. No grants to individuals or for scholarship aid, endowment funds, projects that have already occurred or are underway at the time the Board

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considers the application, proposals that use a fiscal agent or a pass-through organization, or for general operating expenses. 586. Mark Twain House, Hartford, CT. $12,500, 2007. For conservation of paintings and works on paper.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
The Arca Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for direct social services, government programs, or groups outside the U.S. No grants to individuals, or for annual campaigns, emergency funds, capital or endowment funds, scholarly research, deficit financing, scholarships, or fellowships; no loans. 599. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2008. 600. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $95,000, 2007.

The Smart Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No grants to individuals. 587. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005. For operating support.

Sun Hill Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, Washington, DC, the greater Boston, MA, area, New York, NY and South Royalton, VT. No grants to individuals. 588. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH. $75,000, 2005. 589. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH. $25,000, 2005. 590. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH. $25,000, 2006.

Bauman Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, and New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 601. Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives, New York, NY. $15,000, 2008. For general operating support. 602. Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. For general support.

Malcolm Hewitt Wiener Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, NJ, NY and PA. No grants to individuals. 591. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. 592. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005.

The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region

DELAWARE
Crystal Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in DE, with emphasis on Wilmington. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, research, scholarships, fellowships, or matching gifts. 593. Delaware Architecture Foundation, Wilmington, DE. $25,000, 2005. For restoration.

(formerly The Foundation for the National Capital Region) Limitations: Giving limited to the Washington, DC, Prince George’s and Montgomery counties, MD, and northern VA. No grants to individuals, or from discretionary funds for annual campaigns, endowment funds, equipment, land acquisition, renovation projects, operating budgets, or matching gifts. 603. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2005. 604. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2006. 605. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2007. 606. Friends of the Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD. $6,000, 2006. 607. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $5,000, 2006.

The Johnson Family Fund
Limitations: Giving in the U.S., primarily in CA, Washington, DC, MN, NY, and VA. No grants to individuals. 608. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2005.

Renate, Hans & Maria Hofmann Trust
(formerly Hofmann Article 5 Charitable Trust) Limitations: Giving primarily in Germany, with some giving in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 594. Living Archives, New York, NY. $15,000, 2005.

Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Kaye Foundation
Limitations: Giving in the U.S., with emphasis on CA, Aspen, CO, New York, NY, and Rosslyn, VA. No grants to individuals. 609. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006.

Carl Marks Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 595. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $12,500, 2005. 596. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $12,500, 2006.

Moriah Fund
Limitations: Giving nationally and internationally in the United States, Latin America and Israel. Giving for the Economic Justice Program focuses on Washington, DC, MD and VA. No support for lobbying or political campaigns, private foundations, or arts organizations. No grants to individuals, or for medical research. 610. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For Panzos Case Expert Assistance project, which makes it possible for a forensics expert to analyze evidence in the case of the 1978 Panzos Massacre.

Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, Inc.
Limitations: Giving to domestic and international programs affiliated with the Roman Catholic church. No grants to individuals, or for continuing support, annual campaigns, deficit financing (except missions), endowment funds, tuition, scholarships, fellowships, individual research, capital campaigns, building projects prior to the start or after the completion of construction, continuing subsidies, or requests that are after-the-fact by the time of the spring and fall trustee meetings. 597. National Catholic Bioethics Center, Philadelphia, PA. $12,000, 2006. Toward stipend, computer hardware/software and supplies to electronically inventory and catalogue Center’s library collection of books and periodicals.

Stewart R. Mott Charitable Trust
(formerly Stewart R. Mott Charitable Trust/Spectemur Agendo) Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. with emphasis on Washington, DC and internationally. Generally, no support for local, regional, grassroots efforts, or ethnic-specific organizations. No grants to individuals, or for emergency support, conferences, media/arts projects or exchange programs. 611. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2005. 612. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2006.

The Sternlicht Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY. No grants to individuals. 598. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2005.

Harold Rubenstein Family Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, and MA; some funding nationally. No grants to individuals.

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613. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 614. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006.

P. L. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in FL. No grants to individuals; no loans. 623. Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida, Miami, FL. $20,000, 2006.

The Shiloh Foundation
(formerly Carol & Tom Wheeler Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC. No grants to individuals. 615. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $15,000, 2005.

Jessie Ball duPont Fund
(formerly Jessie Ball duPont Religious, Charitable and Educational Fund) Limitations: Giving primarily in the South, especially DE, FL, and VA. No support for organizations other than those awarded gifts by the donor from 1960-1964. No grants to individuals, or generally for capital campaigns or endowments. 624. National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, Richmond, VA. $57,000, 2007. To collaborate with Virginia Historical Society to scan and preserve 15,000 historical records with view toward making them more publicly accessible. 625. Robert E. Lee Memorial Association, Stratford Hall Plantation, Stratford, VA. $107,469, 2006. 3-year grant. To create and staff position of Curator of Collections. 626. Stephens College, Garment Research Library, Columbia, MO. $49,573, 2005. 3-year grant. To equip with teleconferencing equipment and digitize collection and train faculty and students in use.

FLORIDA
Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Inc.
(formerly Palm Beach County Community Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Palm Beach and Martin counties, FL. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships and the Dwight Allison Fellows Program), or for operating funds, building campaigns, computers, endowments, annual campaigns, fundraising events, fundraising feasibility studies, celebration functions, or deficit financing. 616. Historical Society of Martin County, Stuart, FL. $10,000, 2005. For consultant for conservation of documents, art objects, and textiles exposed to moisture and mold following hurricanes.

Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute, Inc.
(also known as FAMRI) Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis. No grants to individuals who are currently receiving money from tobacco companies. 627. Roswell Park Alliance Foundation, Buffalo, NY. $227,873, 2005. For project, Tobacco Institute and Council for Tobacco Research Collection Development.

Community Foundation of Broward
(formerly Broward Community Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving limited to Broward County, FL. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for designated scholarship funds), or for capital campaigns, annual campaigns, fundraising events, building funds, deficit financing, endowment funds, or operating budgets; no loans. 617. Stonewall Library and Archives, Fort Lauderdale, FL. $50,600, 2008. 618. Stonewall Library and Archives, Fort Lauderdale, FL. $10,000, 2008.

KMD Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in FL and NY; some funding also in MA. No grants to individuals; no loans or program-related investments. 628. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $32,000, 2006. 629. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $30,000, 2007.

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
(formerly Knight Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to projects serving the 26 communities where the Knight brothers published newspapers for communities and local grants: Long Beach and San Jose, CA, Boulder, CO, Boca Raton, Bradenton, Miami, and Tallahassee, FL, Columbus, Macon, and Milledgeville, GA, Fort Wayne and Gary, IN, Wichita, KS, Lexington, KY, Detroit, MI, Duluth and St. Paul, MN, Biloxi, MS, Charlotte, NC, Grand Forks, ND, Akron, OH, Philadelphia and State College, PA, Columbia and Myrtle Beach, SC, and Aberdeen, SD; international for Journalism. No support for organizations whose mission is to prevent, eradicate and/or alleviate the effects of a specific disease; hospitals, unless for community-wide capital campaigns; activities to propagate a religious faith or restricted to one religion or denomination; political candidates; international programs, except U.S.-based organizations supporting free press around the world; charities operated by service clubs; or activities that are the responsibility of government (the foundation will in selective cases, join with units of government in supporting special projects). No grants to individuals, or generally for fundraising events; second requests for previously funded capital campaigns; operating deficits; general operating support; films, videos, or television programs; honoraria for distinguished guests-except in initiatives of the foundation in all three cases; group travel; memorials; medical research; or conferences. 630. Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, Bethesda, MD. $200,000, 2005. 2-year grant. To place civic journalism archives at University of Kansas, and help develop tools to improve community journalism. 631. Jefferson Institute, Arlington, VA. $50,000, 2006. To digitize key parts of Serbian military archive, create searchable database and train Serbian journalists to use it. 632. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $700,000, 2006. 3-year grant. To increase freedom of flow of information to citizens and journalists by underwriting comprehensive audits that keep pressure on officials to release information in timely and legal manner. 633. New York Academy of Medicine, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007. To create global agreement of responsibilities of government and media during disasters that threaten public health.

The Community Foundation of Greater Lakeland, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Lakeland, FL, area. No support for sectarian religious projects that are not open to all. No grants for to individuals (except for scholarships and emergency grants), or for tickets, annual or building campaigns, endowments, operating expense, membership dues, or fundraising events or celebrations. 619. Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL. $10,000, 2007. For McKay Archives Center.

Dade Community Foundation, Inc.
(formerly Dade Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to Miami-Dade County, FL. No grants to individuals (except through scholarship funds), or for memberships, fundraising, memorials, deficit financing, or conferences. 620. Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida, Miami, FL. $10,000, 2008.

The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S., including possessions and territories. No support for community chests, publicly governed colleges and universities, and institutions primarily supported by government funds (except in secondary education and health care programs), voter education, voter registration drives, or projects incurring obligations extending over many years. No grants to individuals; no loans. 621. Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea, Mystic, CT. $150,000, 2007. For Heritage Digital Library. 622. Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ. $200,000, 2007. For library special collections.

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William D. Rollnick and Nancy Ellison Rollnick Foundation
(formerly William D. and Nancy Ellison Rollnick Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis, with emphasis on New York, NY, and Washington, DC. No grants to individuals. 634. Century Association Archives Foundation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007.

Robert Russell Memorial Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Miami-Dade County, FL, area; limited giving also in Israel. No grants to individuals. 635. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $5,000, 2005.

The Dr. Hila Louise Chashin Simon Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to individuals. 636. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2007.

644. Cherokee Garden Club Library, Atlanta, GA. $10,000, 2007. For annual contribution. 645. Cherokee Garden Club Library, Atlanta, GA. $5,000, 2007. For Askins/ Lanham lecture. 646. Emory University, Robert Woodruff Library, Atlanta, GA. $75,000, 2007. To complete processing of papers and related collections of Robert W. Woodruff, Joseph W. Jones, Lettie Pate Evans, Joseph B. Whitehead, and Conkey Pate Whitehead. 647. Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta, GA. $5,000, 2007. For Conservation Society which helps to sustain programs and to ensure growth of Fernbank’s environmental programs, educational offerings and artifact conservation. 648. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For Archives Challenge Campaign for National Air and Space Museum.

The James M. Cox Foundation of Georgia, Inc.
Limitations: Giving in areas of company operations, with emphasis on FL and Atlanta, GA; giving also to national organizations. No grants to individuals. 649. Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. $500,000, 2007. For Kings Papers.

GEORGIA
The Aflac Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on the greater Atlanta, GA, area. No support for religious or political organizations or private secondary schools. No grants to individuals. 637. Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, ATLCF Collections, Atlanta, GA. $100,000, 2007. For Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection.

Georgia Power Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in GA. No support for private foundations, political or religious organizations, private elementary or secondary schools, or non-public charities. No grants to individuals, or for political campaigns or causes. 650. Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. $500,000, 2006. For acquisition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. papers.

Sheffield-Harrold Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in Atlanta, GA. No grants to individuals. 651. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL. $25,639, 2005. 652. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL. $10,000, 2006.

The Peyton Anderson Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to Bibb County and Macon, GA. No support for private foundations, private schools, or churches. No grants to individuals, or for endowments or special events. 638. Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, GA. $25,000, 2007. For cataloging of collections relating to Macon and Bibb County, GA in online public access catalog (OPAC) as part of effort to expand audiences for History Technology Project.

The UPS Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis and in Brazil, Canada, China, Malaysia, Mexico, and South Africa; giving also to statewide, regional, national, and international organizations. No support for religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community. No grants to individuals; generally, no grants for capital campaigns, endowments, or general operating support. 653. ConSource, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. 654. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $15,000, 2005.

The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Washington, DC, GA, NY, VA, WA, Colombia, Japan, Philippines, and Swaziland. No support for religious, political, legislative, lobbying, fraternal, or discriminatory organizations, hospitals, or local chapters of national organizations. No grants to individuals, or for travel, fundraising events, sponsorships, capital campaigns, construction, or renovation projects. 639. Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, AL. $250,000, 2006. For expansion of Oral History Project and the archives. 640. Friends of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Seattle, WA. $3,000,000, 2007. For Mandela Centre of Memory and to assist in efforts to preserve Mandela Papers and artifacts of President Nelson Mandela.

Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, Inc.
(formerly Trebor Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in GA, with emphasis on the metropolitan Atlanta area. No support for churches, denominational programs, or youth services outside Atlanta, GA. No grants to individuals, or for annual operating support, festivals or performances, films and documentaries, or seed money; no loans. 655. Tall Timbers Research, Tallahassee, FL. $35,000, 2007. For Phase II renovation of Mellon Archives Building.

The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc.
(formerly Metropolitan Atlanta Community Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving limited to the 23-county metropolitan area of Atlanta, GA. No support for religious organizations (except through donor-advised funds), or operating expenses for private and publicly funded schools (K-12) and institutions of higher learning. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for endowment funds, fundraising and marketing events, or capital campaign contributions (for building construction or renovation). 641. Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, GA. $107,746, 2007. For care and maintenance of Schutze collection. 642. Cherokee Garden Club Library, Atlanta, GA. $19,045, 2005. 643. Cherokee Garden Club Library, Atlanta, GA. $15,000, 2007. For operating support.

HAWAII
Atherton Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to HI; student aid for HI residents only. Generally, no support for private foundations, or for lobbying, individual Department of Education schools, or for organizations engaged in fundraising for the purpose of distributing grants to recipients of their own choosing. No

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grants to individuals (except for scholarships), generally no giving for endowment funds, or for annual operating support; no conferences, festivals or one-time events; no loans. 656. Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West, East-West Center, Honolulu, HI. $10,000, 2007. To protect permanent collection of East-West Center.

The Allstate Foundation
Limitations: Giving in areas of company operations, in AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, and WY; giving also to regional and national organizations. No support for athletic teams, bands or choirs, religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, pass-through organizations, scouting groups, or private elementary or secondary schools. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships), or for fundraising events or sponsorships, capital campaigns or endowments, equipment not part of a community outreach program, athletic events, memorials, travel, audio, film, or video production, or continuing support. 663. Chicago Architecture Foundation, Chicago, IL. $20,000, 2006. For Safe and Vital Communities program. 664. Chicago Childrens Museum, Chicago, IL. $55,000, 2006. For Safe and Vital Communities program. 665. Health World Childrens Museum, Barrington, IL. $67,500, 2006. For Safe and Vital Communities program.

Harold K. L. Castle Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to HI with priority given to Windward Oahu. No grants to individuals, or for ongoing operating expenses, endowments, annual fund drives, vehicles, or sponsorships or special events. 657. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI. $150,000, 2005. For Hawaiian Newspaper Resource Project, Ho’olaupa’i. 658. National Tropical Botanical Garden, Kalaheo, HI. $100,000, 2006. For construction of Botanical Research Center, to house a research library, a collection of rare books, a herbarium, office and seminar space, lab, and archives.

Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation
Limitations: Giving generally limited to HI. Generally, no support for publicly funded organizations, public and government funded charter schools, or for lobbying organizations. No grants to individuals, or for continuing support; generally, no support for general operating budgets, endowment funds, more than 20 to 30 percent of total project cost, projects in which parents and community have not been properly involved in planning and funding, annual campaigns, scholarships, or research; no loans. 659. Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI. $10,000, 2007. For restoration of 18th century Chinese marble horses.

Alphawood Foundation
(formerly WPWR-TV Channel 50 Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan Chicago, IL, area and northwestern IN. No support for religious or fraternal purposes, or for political campaigns. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships, underwriting or tables for events, capital campaigns, or special projects, programs, or productions. 666. Chicago Conservation Center, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2006. For Chicago Park District Field House. 667. Gerber-Hart Gay and Lesbian Archives and Library, Chicago, IL. $17,500, 2007. For general operating support. 668. Gerber-Hart Gay and Lesbian Archives and Library, Chicago, IL. $17,500, 2008. For general operating support. 669. Gerber-Hart Gay and Lesbian Archives and Library, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2006. For general operating support. 670. Gerber-Hart Gay and Lesbian Archives and Library, Chicago, IL. $5,000, 2006. For archives. 671. Richard Nickel Committee, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2008. For general operating support. 672. Richard Nickel Committee, Chicago, IL. $20,000, 2006. For general operating support. 673. Richard Nickel Committee, Chicago, IL. $12,500, 2007. For general operating support. 674. Richard Nickel Committee, Chicago, IL. $11,250, 2007. For general operating support.

The Strong Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to HI. No grants to individuals. 660. Hawaiian Legacy Foundation, Honolulu, HI. $100,000, 2007. For production of three documentaries, and archive preservation project.

George N. Wilcox Trust
Limitations: Giving limited to HI, with emphasis on the Island of Kauai. No support for government agencies or organizations substantially supported by government funds. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, reserve funds, research, or deficit financing; no direct student aid or scholarships; no loans. 661. Waioli Coporation, Lihue, HI. $10,000, 2006. For purchase of digital archiving equipment for research center at Grove Farm Museum.

Aon Foundation

ILLINOIS
Abbott Fund
(formerly Abbott Laboratories Fund) Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Casa Grande, AZ, Alameda, Fairfield, Redwood City, and Santa Clara, CA, Abbott Park, Des Plaines, and North Chicago, IL, Worcester, MA, Sturgis, MI, Columbus, OH, Irving, TX, Barceloneta and Jayuya, PR, Altavista, VA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brockville and Kanata, Canada, Abingdon and Queensborough, England, Delkenheim and Ludwigshafen, Germany, Clonmel, Cootehill, and Sligo, Ireland, Campoverde, Italy, Katsuyama, Japan, and Zwolle, Netherlands. No support for social organizations, political parties or candidates, sectarian religious organizations, or trade or business associations. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships, advertising journals or booklets, capital campaigns, congresses, symposiums, or meetings, medical research that supports Abbott products, political activities, fundraising events, ticket purchases, sporting events, travel, trips, tours, or cultural exchange programs; no employee volunteer services. 662. Fundacion Luis Munoz Marin, San Juan, PR. $10,000, 2005.

(formerly Combined International Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Chicago, IL. No grants for general operating support for secondary or vocational schools. 675. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2007. 676. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2005. 677. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2006.

Blum-Kovler Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Chicago, IL, area. 678. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $20,000, 2005. 679. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $10,000, 2006.

Helen Brach Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Midwest, and CA, MA, OH, PA and SC. No grants outside continental U.S. No support for political organizations. No grants to individuals, or to organizations with less than one year of budget history. 680. University of Saint Mary of the Lake-Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, IL. $50,000, 2008. For comprehensive state of the art security system to inventory, code and track the collections in memorial library and the resource center.

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Circle of Service Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Cook and Lake counties, IL, with funding also in Chicago. No support for political organizations or lobbying. No grants to individuals, or for travel or international purposes, or for the funding of policy research. 681. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2005. For online education fund.

Philip M. Friedmann Family Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL area, and the greater metropolitan Washington, DC, area. 702. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $5,000, 2005.

Robert W. Galvin Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in IL, with emphasis on Chicago; some funding nationally. No grants to individuals. 703. National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2005. 704. National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2006.

Arie and Ida Crown Memorial
(doing business as Crown Family Philanthropies) Limitations: Giving primarily in metropolitan Chicago, IL, with some giving in NY. No support for government-sponsored programs, or to organizations with budgets under $200,000. No grants to individuals, or for consulting services, conferences, or film or documentary projects; no loans. 682. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $50,000, 2005. 683. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005.

Max Goldenberg Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in IL. 705. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $10,000, 2005.

Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Chicago, IL, area and in the Lowcountry area of SC. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals, or for pledges, endowments, capital campaigns, benefits, conferences, meetings, eradication of deficits, research, or studies, publications, films, videos or fundraising events; no loans (except for program-related investments). 684. Chicago Historical Society, Chicago History Museum, Chicago, IL. $30,000, 2006. For digitization of Hedrich-Blessing collection. 685. Chicago Public Art Group, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2006. For Mural Assessment and Restoration Program. 686. College of Charleston Foundation, Charleston, SC. $80,000, 2005. For archive materials at Avery Research Center. 687. College of Charleston Foundation, Charleston, SC. $60,000, 2006. For archive materials at Avery Research Center. 688. Drayton Hall, Charleston, SC. $12,500, 2005. To create conservation plan and collections management policy. 689. Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago, IL. $27,500, 2006. For Creative Audio Archive. 690. Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago, IL. $12,000, 2005. For Creative Audio Archive. 691. Harrison County Library System, Gulfport, MS. $45,000, 2006. For Katrina grant - effort to salvage, preserve and restore local history and genealogy collection of Biloxi Library. 692. Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago, IL. $15,000, 2005. For cataloguing of permanent collection. 693. Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. $62,305, 2005. For Illinois and Michigan Canal and Regional History Collection. 694. Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $30,000, 2006. For re-installation of D’Arcy Collection at Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA). 695. National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, IL. $75,000, 2005. For Carlos Cortez Archive. 696. National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, IL. $11,000, 2006. For direct costs of archiving Carlos Corez’s personal collection. 697. Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago, IL. $40,000, 2005. For Music of Chicago archive and access project. 698. Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $62,000, 2005. For digital archive. 699. South Carolina Historical Society, Charleston, SC. $20,000, 2005. For organization of map and plate collection.

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and internationally. No grants for endowments, general operating expenses, capital projects, scholarship aid or for work in pursuit of an academic degree (except for the Carter Manny Award), debt or expenses incurred prior to the date of grant request. 706. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2006.

The Irving Harris Foundation
(formerly The Harris Foundation) 707. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $5,000, 2007. For general operating support/annual gift.

Eleanor and Henry Hitchcock Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. No grants to individuals. 708. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $11,000, 2006.

The Hobbs Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Montgomery, AL. No grants to individuals. 709. Alabama Archives and History Foundation, Montgomery, AL. $15,000, 2007.

The Joyce Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Great Lakes region, including IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI; limited number of environment grants made in Canada; culture grants are primarily restricted to the metropolitan Chicago, IL, area. No support for religious activities, or for political organizations. No grants for endowment campaigns, scholarships, direct service programs, or capital proposals. 710. Center for Governmental Studies, Los Angeles, CA. $250,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To create PolicyArchive.Net, online archive of public policy research. 711. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $50,000, 2005. For salary of Director of Development to manage fundraising activities.

Ann and Robert H. Lurie Foundation
(formerly Ann and Robert H. Lurie Family Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL. No grants to individuals. 712. Trust for African Rock Art, Palo Alto, CA. $125,000, 2005. For unrestricted support. 713. Trust for African Rock Art, Palo Alto, CA. $125,000, 2006. For unrestricted support. 714. Trust for African Rock Art, Nairobi, Kenya. $125,000, 2007. For unrestricted support.

The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Chicago, IL, area. Generally, no support for arts education or arts outreach, community theater or community dance, public, private or parochial education, or health care. 700. Richard Nickel Committee, Chicago, IL. $12,500, 2005. For archiving process. 701. Richard Nickel Committee, Chicago, IL. $12,500, 2005. For archiving process.

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on Chicago, IL. No support for religious programs, political activities or campaigns. No grants for capital or endowment funds, equipment purchases, plant construction, conferences, publications, debt retirement, development campaigns, fundraising appeals, tuition

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expenses, scholarships, or fellowships (other than those sponsored by the foundation). 715. Columbia University, Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. To establish Center to house archives of leading human rights organizations. 716. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $100,000, 2006. For program support. 717. Independent Institute for Social Policy, Moscow, Russia. $330,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To support sociological data archive and related training program, and SPERO, journal of social policy research. 718. JSTOR, New York, NY. $174,000, 2007. 6-year grant. To provide electronic access to archived journals in sciences, social sciences, and humanities for selected universities in Russia. 719. JSTOR, New York, NY. $122,000, 2005. 5-year grant. To extend access to scholarly resources in humanities and social sciences to Nigeria’s research and higher education institutions. 720. Yunnan Nationalities University, Research Center of Ethnic Cultures and Arts, Kunming, China. $25,000, 2007. For collection and documentation of information on traditional ethnic design and clothing manufacture of ethnic minority groups residing in Yunnan Province, China.

INDIANA
Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to Jefferson County, IN. No support for religious purposes or programs requiring religious participation, public or private educational institutions, or government agencies. No grants for debt reduction, annual appeals or membership contribution, ongoing operating expenses or regular programming of well-established agencies, or travel expenses. 728. Madison-Jefferson County Public Library, Madison, IN. $16,950, 2007. To transcribe, index, and digitize rare documents.

The Cummins Foundation
(formerly Cummins Engine Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Lake Mills, IA, the Columbus and Seymour, IN, areas, Fridley, MN, Jamestown, NY, Rocky Mount, NC, Findlay, OH, Charleston, SC, Cookeville, Memphis, and Nashville, TN, El Paso, TX, Stoughton, WI and in Brazil, China, India, and Mexico; giving also to national organizations. No support for sectarian religious organizations, political candidates, or medical or disease-related organizations. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships, business start-up needs or political causes; no loans. 729. Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, Columbus, IN. $100,000, 2007.

Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL. No support for political organizations or religious institutions seeking support for programs whose participants are restricted by religious affiliation, or for tax-generating entities (municipalities and school districts) for services within their normal responsibilities. No grants to individuals, or for medical, scientific or academic research, or purchase of dinner or raffle tickets. 721. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $30,000, 2006.

Colonel (IL) James N. Pritzker Charitable Distribution Fund
(doing business as The Tawani Foundation) 722. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2006.

Heritage Fund - The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County
(formerly Heritage Fund of Bartholomew County, Inc.) Limitations: Giving limited to Bartholomew County, IN. No support for sectarian religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships and special educational programs), or for annual campaigns, endowment funds, seminars or trips (unless there are special circumstances which will benefit the community), or operating support (generally); no loans. 730. Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, Columbus, IN. $25,000, 2007.

Sacks Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL. 723. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $97,790, 2005.

Dr. Scholl Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S., with some emphasis on the Chicago, IL area. No support for public education, political organizations, or political action committees. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, or unrestricted purposes, or to endowments, or capital campaigns, event sponsorship, liquidation of debt; no loans. 724. University of Saint Mary of the Lake-Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, IL. $15,000, 2005. For object restoration project. 725. University of Saint Mary of the Lake-Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, IL. $15,000, 2006. To restore Sacred Letters Collection.

Lilly Endowment Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to IN, with emphasis on Indianapolis, for community development projects (including the arts, preservation, capital building funds, operating funds, and social services). Education funding focused principally on Indiana under invitational grant programs. National giving in religion, philanthropic studies, leadership education, and selected higher education initiatives, principally to increase educational opportunities for minorities. Generally, no support for healthcare programs, mass media projects, libraries or for individual elementary/ secondary schools. No grants to individuals (except for fellowships awarded under special programs) or for endowments (except in the context of special initiatives). 731. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN. $2,613,450, 2008. For IMA Conservation Center lab and equipment. 732. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. $627,772, 2006. For continuation of Association of Religion Data Archives project.

The Spencer Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis. No grants to individuals (except those working under the auspices of an institution), or for capital funds, general purposes, operating or continuing support, sabbatical supplements, work in instructional or curriculum development, any kind of training or service program, scholarships, travel fellowships, endowment funds, or pre-doctoral research; no loans. 726. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. $35,000, 2008. For Archiving Beginning School Study Qualitative Interview Data. 727. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $63,000, 2006. For Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) Data Archives Project.

IOWA
The Hall-Perrine Foundation, Inc.
(formerly The Hall Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving limited to Linn County, IA. No support for churches or their programs, or elementary or secondary schools. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, endowment funds, continuing operating support, benefits, special events, conferences, or fellowships; no loans.

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733. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, IA. $129,969, 2008. To rebuild storage system.

Iowa West Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in southwest IA, the Council Bluffs area, and Omaha, NE. No support for medical research or church-affiliated organizations for religious purposes. No grants for fundraising, benefit, and social events, capital requests (for improvements to school property or for hospitals, medical facilities, assisted living projects, nursing homes, independent care, and extended care facilities), operating deficits or long-term operating support, publications, films, books, seminars, symposia or for conferences. 734. Nebraska State Historical Society, Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center, Lincoln, NE. $12,250, 2006. For conservation assessment program for cultural collections in southwest Iowa. 735. Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation, Lincoln, NE. $50,000, 2006. For paintings conservation laboratory located in Omaha.

Coupee, East Feliciana, and West Feliciana parishes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for continuing support, annual campaigns, deficit financing, fellowships, or operating budgets. 743. Louisiana Art and Science Museum, Baton Rouge, LA. $9,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina for educational and entertaining programs and activities to displaced residents.

The Booth-Bricker Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in New Orleans, LA. No grants to individuals, or for operating or maintenance costs. 744. Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans, LA. $20,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina exhibit.

Joe W. & Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to southern LA and the New Orleans area, and the Gulf Coast of MS. No support for organizations that are less than 3 years old. No grants for equipment, endowments, building funds, community-wide capital drives, multi-year grants, indirect grants to intermediary institutions, or for grants to offset budget mandated cutbacks. 745. Preservation Alliance of New Orleans, Preservation Resource Center, New Orleans, LA. $75,000, 2006. For Operation Comeback and Rebuilding Together. 746. Preservation Alliance of New Orleans, Preservation Resource Center, New Orleans, LA. $42,500, 2005. For Operation Comeback and preservation education. 747. Start the Adventure in Reading, New Orleans, LA. $15,000, 2005. For post-Katrina help to revitalize New Orleans Museum.

KENTUCKY
W. L. Lyons Brown, Jr. Charitable Foundation
736. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $177,250, 2005. 737. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $148,500, 2007.

The Ella West Freeman Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater New Orleans, LA, area. No grants to individuals. 748. Keyes Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $10,000, 2006. For post-Katrina emergency funds. 749. Louisiana Museum Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $50,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina exhibition. 750. Louisiana Museum Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $15,000, 2006. For operating funds to pay Katrina-related expenses. 751. National World War II Museum, New Orleans, LA. $15,000, 2005. For Katrina Emergency Relief Fund. 752. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $30,000, 2005. For Katrina Emergency Operating Funds. 753. Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA. $5,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.

The Community Foundation of Louisville, Inc.
(formerly Louisville Community Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in Louisville and Jefferson County, KY. No support for sectarian purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or generally for endowments or capital campaigns. 738. Thomas Merton Center Foundation, Louisville, KY. $35,150, 2008. 739. Thomas Merton Center Foundation, Louisville, KY. $9,100, 2006.

Mildred V. Horn Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in KY (for homeless shelters and education) and historic homes (built between 1760-1860) open to the public in KY, IL, IN, MO, OH, TN, VA, and WV. No grants to individuals or for endowments or multi-year grants. 740. Remnant Trust, Jeffersonvlle, IN. $10,000, 2007. For collection conservation.

The Greater New Orleans Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to southeastern LA, including the greater New Orleans area. No support for religious activities. No grants to individuals, or for annual fund campaigns, capital expenditures, sponsorship of special events, trips, continuing support, endowment funds, equipment, building funds, or deficit financing. 754. Louisiana Museum Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $50,000, 2007. For exhibition, Katrina: An American Disaster. 755. Preservation Alliance of New Orleans, Preservation Resource Center, New Orleans, LA. $10,000, 2007. For Hurricane Katrina Restoration Fund. 756. Preservation Alliance of New Orleans, Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. $15,000, 2006. For Operation Comeback.

The W. Paul & Lucille Caudill Little Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to Elliott, Fayette and Rowan counties, KY. No grants to individuals. 741. Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate, Lexington, KY. $24,628, 2007. To restore painting, Father of the American System.

YPI Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NY and WY; some giving in the Bahamas, England, and Ireland. No grants to individuals. 742. Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, Winterthur, DE. $10,000, 2008. For Tureen Collection.

The RosaMary Foundation

LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge Area Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the Baton Rouge, LA, area, including East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, Livingston, Ascension, Iberville, Pointe

Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater New Orleans, LA, area. No grants to individuals. 757. Louisiana Childrens Museum, New Orleans, LA. $20,000, 2006. For re-establishing New Orleans children’s sense of safety, security, and confidence as they rebuild and reconnect. 758. Louisiana Museum Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $100,000, 2007. For multimedia, family-friendly hurricane exhibit, KATRINA: American Disaster. 759. Loyola University, New Orleans, LA. $60,000, 2007. For Digitizing of Cornet Collection Field Notebooks.

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Zemurray Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New Orleans, LA, and Cambridge, MA. No grants to individuals. 760. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $301,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina relief.

767. Hartford Public Library, Hartford, CT. $122,750, 2006. To support continued operation and development of data warehouse HartfordInfo.org. 768. Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2007. To support assessment and readiness strategy for development and expansion of congregational social justice ministries, and plan and prepare special archival resource.

Clark-Winchcole Foundation

MAINE
The Golden Rule Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in ME. No grants to individuals. 761. Northeast Historic Film, Bucksport, ME. $5,750, 2007.

Limitations: Giving primarily in the Washington, DC, area. No support for private foundations. No grants to individuals. 769. National Womans Party, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2005. For public education programming and collections management. 770. National Womans Party, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2006. For public education programs, community outreach, and collections preservation at Seawall-Belmont House and Museum. 771. National Womans Party, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For public education programs, community outreach and collections preservation at Seawall-Belmont House and Museum.

The Maine Community Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to ME. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarship funds), or for equipment, annual campaigns for regular operations, or for capital campaigns. 762. Maine Historical Society, Portland, ME. $15,000, 2007. To catalog and re-house important historical material from Pierce Family Collection related to education in Maine in nineteenth century and provide public access to it through Maine Memory Network. 763. Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. To obtain professional archival assessment of documents, photographs, and artwork pertaining to Skowhegan’s history, and to develop plan for preserving this resource on American art for future generations.

The Eliasberg Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Baltimore, MD. No grants to individuals. 772. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2006.

The Lois & Richard England Family Foundation, Inc.
(formerly The Lois & Richard England Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in the Washington, DC, area. No grants to individuals. 773. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $5,000, 2005.

The Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 774. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $6,216,711, 2007. For renovations to Sherman Fairchild Paintings Conservation Center. 775. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $415,150, 2006. For Renovation of the Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation. 776. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $126,000, 2006. For Conservation Fellow. 777. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $126,000, 2006. For Conservation Fellow. 778. New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, NY. $1,500,000, 2007. 779. Phillips Collection, Washington, DC. $126,000, 2006. For Conservation Fellow. 780. Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, NY. $126,000, 2006. For Conservation Fellow. 781. Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA. $225,000, 2006. For Small Museums Conservation.

The Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving limited to ME. No grants for scholarships to individuals directly. 764. Childrens Theater of Maine, Portland, ME. $7,500, 2005. For oral history of children’s theater and to catalogue and archive a collection of historic records and papers dating back to the theater’s founding in 1924.

MARYLAND
The Baltimore Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, MD. No support for religious or sectarian purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for capital campaigns, annual fund campaigns, or event sponsorships. 765. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. $89,000, 2008. For Hilgenberg Archive Project.

The John W. Kluge Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 782. Library of Congress, Washington, DC. $75,000, 2006. For Song of America Project.

MARPAT Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan Washington, DC, area. No support for projects or organizations for any weapons development, or for medical research. No support for social or youth services programs outside of Wards 7 and 8 in Washington, DC. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds. 783. Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Museum for Early Southern Decorative Arts, Winston-Salem, NC. $27,500, 2008. To conserve Baltimore secretary bookcase and Virginia sideboard table in its Chesapeake decorative arts collection. 784. Tudor Place Foundation, Washington, DC. $15,000, 2008. For conservation of historically important art frames.

Bruce & Polly Behrens Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Baltimore, MD. No grants to individuals. 766. Saint Marys Seminary and University, Baltimore, MD. $22,500, 2005. For library, ecumenical, and annual campaign.

The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis, with emphasis on the ten sites that consist of the Making Connections initiative, as well as the foundation civic sites in Baltimore, MD, New Haven, CT, and Atlanta, GA. No support for political committees-529s (PACs). No grants to individuals (except for Casey Children and Family Fellowship Program), or for capital projects or medical research.

The Merrill Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC. No grants to individuals. 785. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2005.

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Fidelity—MASSACHUSETTS

786. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2005. 787. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2006. 788. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007.

The Dorothy L. & Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in MD. No grants to individuals. 789. Friends of the Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD. $75,000, 2007. 790. Friends of the Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD. $50,000, 2006.

Albert & Lillian Small Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MD, and New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 791. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2006.

Stockman Family Foundation Trust
Limitations: Giving in the U.S. No support for political organizations. No grants to individuals. 792. American Academy in Rome, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For conservation of historic woodwork in library. 793. American Fund for Southampton University, Washington, DC. $20,000, 2005. For PhD student in Textile Conservation Centre. 794. American Fund for Southampton University, Washington, DC. $20,000, 2006. For PhD student in Textile Conservation Center. 795. Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD. $50,000, 2005. For endowed Chair for Museum’s Senior Conservator. 796. Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD. $50,000, 2006. For endowed Chair for Museum’s Senior Conservator. 797. Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. $100,000, 2007. For Art Conservation Department goal for endowed professorship in conservation science. 798. Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, Canajoharie, NY. $12,000, 2005. For conservation of paintings, prints and drawings. 799. Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, Canajoharie, NY. $12,000, 2006. For conservation of paintings and frames. 800. Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA. $30,000, 2005. For restoration of Arthur Mathew’s mural, Vision of Saint Francis. 801. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. $76,050, 2006. For conservation of eight frames in European art collection. 802. Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2007. For endowment for scientific research efforts in art and conservation. 803. Georgia OKeeffe Museum, Santa Fe, NM. $50,000, 2006. For matting, framing, glazing and remedial conservation treatment for selected works in collection. 804. Historic Royal Palaces, East Molesey, England. $11,500, 2005. For conservation of Kew Palace Doll’s House. 805. Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM. $45,500, 2005. For data management project of National Collection of Contemporary Native American Arts. 806. Nebraska Art Association, Lincoln, NE. $30,000, 2005. For outdoor sculpture conservation at Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. 807. Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, NE. $167,000, 2007. For painting conservation endowment for Ford Conservation Center. 808. Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation, Lincoln, NE. $167,000, 2006. For establishment of painting conservation endowment for Ford Conservation Center. 809. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO. $51,500, 2006. For handheld XRF for conservation science. 810. New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM. $75,000, 2005. For Pre-Graduate studies program in Art Conservation. 811. New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM. $75,000, 2006. For Pre-Graduate Studies Program in Art Conservation. 812. New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM. $75,000, 2007. For Pre-Graduate Studies Program in Art Conservation. 813. Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Stockbridge, MA. $25,000, 2005. For conservation project as part of Project Norman. 814. Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Stockbridge, MA. $25,000, 2007. For conservation framing of ten Norman Rockwell paintings. 815. Southern Vermont Arts Center, Southern Vermont Artists, Manchester, VT. $10,000, 2005. For equipment and restoration of paintings. 816. University of Arizona Foundation, Tucson, AZ. $39,855, 2007. For conservator, assessment of the Southwest pottery collection and installation of climate display station and exhibit.

817. University of New Mexico, Art Museum, Albuquerque, NM. $95,000, 2005. For salaries, internships, fellowships and professional development for museum conservator and conservation technician. 818. University of New Mexico, Art Museum, Albuquerque, NM. $95,000, 2006. For museum conservator and conservation technician. 819. University of New Mexico, Art Museum, Albuquerque, NM. $12,000, 2007. For salaries, fringe benefits, internship/fellowships, material and services, travel/professional development for museum conservator and conservation technician. 820. University of New Mexico Foundation, Albuquerque, NM. $200,000, 2005. For storage renovation, collections management system and endowment for conservation at Harwood Museum. 821. University of New Mexico Foundation, Albuquerque, NM. $200,000, 2007. For support of storage renovation, collections management system, collection survey and endowment for conservation at Harwood Museum. 822. University of New Mexico Foundation, Albuquerque, NM. $146,213, 2006. For storage renovation, collections management system, collection survey and endowment for conservation at Harwood Museum. 823. University of Pennsylvania, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA. $39,078, 2007. For project assessing the conservation needs, improving storage conditions and increasing access of textiles in the Museum’s Oceanian Section. 824. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. $100,000, 2005. For analytic instruments for collection conservation. 825. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. $100,000, 2006. For purchase of analytical instruments for conservation of collections. 826. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. $100,000, 2007. For purchase of analytical instruments used for conservation of collections. 827. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, NM. $77,000, 2005. For collection conservation, educational programs and internships. 828. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, MA. $40,000, 2005. For technician positions in conservation training program.

MASSACHUSETTS
Citizens Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on CT, DE, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, and VT. No support for discriminatory organizations, single disease/issue information or research organizations, religious organizations, labor, fraternal, or veterans’ organizations, political organizations, governmental or quasi-governmental public agencies or organizations, grantmakers, or public or private educational institutions. No grants to individuals, or for annual campaigns, political projects, debt reduction, conferences or seminars, endowments, trips or tours, advertising or fundraising activities, or historic preservation; no loans. 829. Boston University, African Presidential Archives and Research Center, Boston, MA. $10,000, 2005. For general support. 830. New Hampshire Political Library, Concord, NH. $152,900, 2007. For general operating support. 831. New Hampshire Political Library, Concord, NH. $5,000, 2006. For general operating support.

Fidelity Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, including Jacksonville, FL, northern KY, Boston and Marlborough, MA, Merrimack, NH, Jersey City, NJ, lower Manhattan, NY, Durham and Raleigh, NC, Cincinnati, OH, Smithfield, RI, Dallas, Fort Worth, and northern TX, Salt Lake City, UT, and Toronto, Canada; giving also to regional and national organizations. No support for start-up, sectarian, or civic organizations, public school systems, or disease-specific organizations. No grants to individuals, or for general operating support, sponsorships, scholarships, benefits, corporate memberships, or video or film projects.

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832. Boston Public Library Foundation, Boston, MA. $200,000, 2007. For conservation of art and artifacts. 833. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $125,000, 2006. For conservation of art and artifacts. 834. Redwood Library and Athenaeum, Newport, RI. $100,000, 2006. For preservation of buildings. 835. Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA. $250,000, 2007. For conservation of art and artifacts.

The John Merck Fund
Limitations: Giving on a national basis in the areas of reproductive health, the environment, and job opportunities; giving in Latin America in the area of human rights. Generally, no support for large organizations with well-established funding sources. No grants to individuals, or for endowment or capital fund projects, generally no general support grants. 845. Fundacion Documentacion y Archivo de la Vicaria de la Solidaridad, Santiago, Chile. $10,000, 2005. To preserve archival documents relating to human rights in Chile. 846. Memoria Abierta, Buenos Aires, Argentina. $60,000, 2005. For communications programs. 847. Memoria Abierta, Buenos Aires, Argentina. $40,000, 2007. To educate Argentineans about human rights violations of last military dictatorship by producing and disseminating material in several media. 848. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2006. To assist Latin American human rights organizations in accessing documents relating to human rights violations using freedom of information mechanisms. 849. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2007. To assist Latin American human rights organizations in accessing documents relating to human rights violations using freedom of information mechanisms.

Harman Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA, Washington, DC, MD, and New York, NY. No support for religious or political organizations. No grants to individuals. 836. California Institute of Technology, Einstein Papers Project, Pasadena, CA. $10,000, 2006. 837. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2005. To digitize archive.

Edward C. Johnson Fund
Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Boston, MA, area. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships. 838. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $10,000, 2005. For preservation of art and artifacts. 839. Nichols House Museum, Boston, MA. $33,600, 2007. For conservation of arts and artifacts.

The Reba Judith Sandler Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 850. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $10,000, 2005.

The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in western Canada and in New England, the Northeast and the Northwestern United States. No support for waste clean-ups, toxic or air/water pollution prevention or pollution monitoring initiatives, land trusts, or species-specific preservation efforts. No grants to individuals, or for capital or endowment funds, building construction/ operation, basic research, scholarships, fellowships, equipment, debt reduction, or conference participation/travel. 840. Museum of Science, Boston, MA. $11,000, 2005. Toward funding to illustrate impact of climate change over last half century through comparisons of aerial photographs of glaciers in Alaska and Alps.

Tapper Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Worcester, MA. No grants to individuals. 851. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $10,000, 2005.

Yawkey Foundation II
(also known as The Jean R. Yawkey Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, with emphasis on the greater metropolitan Boston area. Generally, no support for private foundations, political, fraternal, trade, civic or labor organizations, religious organizations for sectarian purposes, public schools or districts, charter schools, community or economic development corporations or programs, advocacy groups, pass-through or intermediary organizations, or workforce development programs. No grants to individuals. Generally, no grants for operating deficits, retirement of debt, endowments, capital campaigns, events, conferences, seminars, group travel, awards, prizes, monuments, music, video, or film production, feasibility or research studies. 852. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown, NY. $475,000, 2005. For preservation and archiving projects at museum. 853. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown, NY. $200,000, 2007. For education programs for children and archive project.

Klarman Family Foundation
(formerly The Seth A. & Beth S. Klarman Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in MA. No support for political organizations. No grants to individuals, or for endowments. 841. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $200,000, 2006. For general support. 842. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $200,000, 2007. For general operating support.

The Liberty Mutual Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Boston, MA, area. No support for grantmaking foundations, religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, or fraternal, social, or political organizations. No grants to individuals, or for sponsorships, dinners or memberships, trips, tours, or transportation, debt reduction, or conferences, forums, or special events. 843. Preservation Alliance of New Orleans, Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. $10,000, 2007. For Rebuilding Together New Orleans.

MICHIGAN
DeRoy Testamentary Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MI. No grants to individuals. 854. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $35,000, 2006.

Greater Lowell Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Lowell, Nashoba, and Western Merrimack Valley, MA, regions. No support for religious organizations or government agencies. No grants to individuals, or for continuing support, operating expenses, building funds or endowment funds; no multi-year commitments. 844. University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth Foundation, North Dartmouth, MA. $50,000, 2008. To support digitization of Diaria de Noticias in Portuguese American Archives.

The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to MI, with emphasis on Midland County. No support for political organizations or sectarian religious organizations or programs, other than churches in Midland County. No grants to individuals, or for travel or conferences; no loans. 855. Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI. $25,933, 2005. For Digital Archives Project.

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856. Midland County Courthouse, Midland, MI. $50,000, 2005. For mural restoration.

Earhart Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No grants for capital, building, or endowment funds, operating budgets, continuing support, annual campaigns, seed money, emergency funds, deficit financing, or matching gifts; no loans. 857. Foundation for Economic Education, Irvington, NY. $25,000, 2006. For archiving of Leonard Read’s papers. 858. Foundation for Economic Education, Irvington, NY. $25,000, 2007. For archiving of Leonard Read’s papers. 859. Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. $49,780, 2006. For visiting fellowship for Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis and administrative support for archiving papers of Vincent Ostrom. 860. Online Computer Library Center, RLG Archival Resources, Dublin, OH. $295,615, 2005. For augmentation of research database, Archival Resources. 861. Stanford University, Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA. $1,722,048, 2005. For new preservation/digital lab in Library and Archives.

private foundations, or elementary and secondary schools (unless they predominantly serve individuals with physical and/or developmental disabilities). No grants to individuals, or for debt retirement, projects that are already substantially completed, minor equipment purchases, or for constructing buildings for worship services. 868. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA. $800,000, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For challenge grant toward construction of new facility for Art and Conservation Center on Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute campus.

Richard & Jane Manoogian Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MI. No grants to individuals. 869. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY. $115,500, 2006. For operating support. 870. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $105,000, 2007. For operating support. 871. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $105,000, 2008. For general operating support. 872. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY. $12,500, 2007. For operating support. 873. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY. $5,750, 2005. For operating support.

Fremont Area Community Foundation
(formerly The Fremont Area Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Newaygo County, MI. No support for religious organizations for specific religions. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for contingencies, reserves, services which are considered general government or school obligations, or deficit financing. 862. Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI. $15,000, 2007. For management system to categorize artifacts for Newaygo County Museum. 863. Newaygo, City of, Newaygo, MI. $40,000, 2008. For Newaygo County Historical Museum artifact preservation project.

The Meijer Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Grand Rapids, MI, some giving also in Greenville, MI. No grants to individuals. 874. Hope College, Holland, MI. $125,000, 2007. For joint archives of Holland.

Mickey Shapiro Charitable Trust
875. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2007.

Heritage Mark Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, MI, NM, NJ, NY and OH. No grants to individuals. 864. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $25,000, 2005.

Stoddard Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in MI. No grants to individuals. 876. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY. $15,000, 2006.

Herrick Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MI. No support for international organizations, or for domestic organizations for international programs. No grants to individuals. 865. Albion College, Albion, MI. $400,000, 2006. For repairs to Art History Department buildings and to restore damaged print collection.

MINNESOTA
The Blandin Foundation
(formerly Charles K. Blandin Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to rural areas of MN; scholarships limited to graduates of an Itasca County, Hill City, or Remer, Blackduck, Northome, MN, high school, Northern Lights Community School, and Chief Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig Schools in MN. No support for religious activities or camping programs. No grants to individuals (except for Blandin Educational Awards), for operating budgets, annual campaigns, deficit financing, government services, capital funds (outside home community), endowments, publications, travel, medical research, films or videos, conferences, or seminars (outside of those sponsored by the foundation and related to its grantmaking). 877. Itasca Community Television, Grand Rapids, MN. $15,000, 2008. For project support to establish archive system for streaming videos of government meetings and other projects.

W. K. Kellogg Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S., with emphasis on MI, MS, and NM for funding for vulnerable children; funding also for Latin America and the Caribbean, and southern Africa. No support for religious purposes or for capital facilities. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships, endowment funds, development campaigns, films, equipment, publications, conferences, or radio and television programs unless they are an integral part of a project already being funded; no grants for operating budgets. 866. Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2008. For Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Archives in Mooreland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University. 867. Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI. $50,000, 2006. To promote culture of literacy, research, and public engagement to improve likelihood of success for students who have been marginalized by circumstances of race, ethnicity, economics, and geography by establishing African American History and Literature Collection at Bruce T. Halle Library and community lecture series.

William Boss Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN, metropolitan area. No grants to individuals. 878. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $5,000, 2007.

The Kresge Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis with emphasis on Detroit, MI, as well as some international funding. No support for religious organizations, (unless applicant is operated by a religious organization and it serves secular needs and has financial and governing autonomy separate from the parent organization with space formally dedicated to its programs)

Harlan Boss Foundation for the Arts
Limitations: Giving primarily in Ramsey County, MN. No grants to individuals.

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879. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $5,000, 2005.

895. Minnesota Historical Society, Saint Paul, MN. $10,000, 2008. For Richard Serrell Flour Milling Collection at Mill City Museum.

Bush Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MN, ND, and SD. 880. K T C A/K T C I Twin Cities Public Television, Saint Paul, MN. $90,026, 2006. To design online archive of media materials. 881. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $35,000, 2007. For strategic planning process.

Minnesota Community Foundation
(formerly Minnesota Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to MN. 896. University of Minnesota Foundation, Minneapolis, MN. $50,000, 2006. For Robert Bly Archives Fund.

Jerome Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to MN and the 5 boroughs of New York City, NY. No support for educational programs in the arts and humanities. No grants to individuals (except for Film and Video program, and Travel and Study Grant program) or for undergraduate or graduate student research projects, capital or endowment funds, equipment, scholarships, or matching gifts. 882. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $77,000, 2005. For Fund for Performance Art and The Future of the Present. 883. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $77,000, 2007. For Performance Art and The Future of the Present programs. 884. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $39,000, 2006. 885. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $100,000, 2007. For preservation of films within the Jerome Hill Collection. 886. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $16,000, 2006.

Northwest Area Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to IA, ID, MN, MT, ND, OR, SD, and WA. No support for lobbying activities. No grants to individuals. 897. Minnesota Historical Society, Saint Paul, MN. $220,000, 2008. For processing end preserving collection of Hill family papers. 898. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. $15,000, 2007. For archiving and disseminating three NWAF Surveys.

The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation
(formerly The Phillips Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in the Twin Cities metropolitan, MN, area. No support for political campaigns or lobbying efforts to influence legislation. No grants to individuals. 899. Temple Israel, Minneapolis, MN. $50,000, 2008. For Camp Teko accessibility project and archiving project.

Marbrook Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, area. No support for political purposes, or for start-up organizations, programs for the elderly, domestic abuse programs, disease-related organizations, or programs servicing the mentally or physically disabled. No grants to individuals, or conferences or events. 887. Midwest Art Conservation Center, Minneapolis, MN. $5,000, 2005. For equipment. 888. Midwest Art Conservation Center, Minneapolis, MN. $5,000, 2006. For general operating support.

Target Foundation
(formerly Dayton Hudson Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN 7-county metropolitan area. No support for religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community; generally, no support for health organizations. No grants to individuals, or for endowments, national ceremonies, memorials, conferences, fundraising dinners, testimonials, or similar events, recreation, therapeutic programs, or living subsidies. 900. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $15,000, 2007. For general operating support. 901. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $15,000, 2008. For general operating support. 902. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $10,000, 2006. For general support.

The McKnight Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to organizations in MN, especially the seven-county Twin Cities, MN, area, except for programs in the environment which are made mainly in the 10 states bordering the Mississippi River and in the Twin Cities region, international aid, or research. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes, or for medical health or health-related services, including those for chemical dependency, services for seniors or people with disabilities. No grants to individuals (except for the Virginia McKnight Binger Awards in Human Service and the McKnight Distinguished Artist Award.), or for basic research in academic disciplines (except for defined programs in crop research and neuroscience) endowment funds, scholarships, fellowships, national fundraising campaigns, ticket sales, travel or conferences. 889. Dubuque County Historical Society, National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium, Dubuque, IA. $25,000, 2005. For efforts to secure funding for restoring Louisiana’s coast to buffer region from future storm events. 890. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $120,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For general operating support. 891. Upper Midwest Conservation Association, Minneapolis, MN. $50,000, 2005. For equipment.

Travelers Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of significant company operations, with emphasis Hartford, CT and St. Paul, MN; limited giving to national organizations. No support for discriminatory organizations, sectarian religious organizations, political, lobbying, veterans’, or fraternal organizations, health or disease-specific organizations, or hospitals or other health services organizations generally supported by third-party reimbursement mechanisms. No grants to individuals, or for benefits, fundraisers, walk-a-thons, telethons, galas, or other revenue-generating events, advertising, health care or other health-related emergency assistance for individuals, direct delivery of health or medical services, medical research, medical equipment, or hospital capital campaigns or general operating support, replacement of government funding, start-up needs, capital campaigns, or general operating support for public or charter schools, human services such as counseling, chemical abuse services, or family programs, environmental programs, or special events not a key strategy in a continuum of efforts to achieve community goals in the foundation’s priority areas. 903. Midwest Art Conservation Center, Minneapolis, MN. $10,000, 2005. For project support for disaster preparedness planning for small museums and historical societies in Upper Midwest. 904. Midwest Art Conservation Center, Minneapolis, MN. $10,000, 2006. For organization to maintain its emergency preparedness, response and salvage assistance activities; to continue as expert source of information to institutions and communities on preservation practices and risk management. 905. Midwest Art Conservation Center, Minneapolis, MN. $10,000, 2007. For program support.

The Minneapolis Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to MN, with emphasis on organizations in the Twin Cities metropolitan region. No support for national campaigns, direct religious activities, veterans’ or fraternal organizations, or organizations within umbrella organizations. No grants to individuals, or for annual campaigns, deficit financing, building or endowment funds, scholarships, fellowships, conferences, courtesy advertising, direct fundraising efforts, benefit tickets, telephone solicitations, or memberships. 892. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $5,000, 2006. 893. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $5,000, 2006. 894. Minnesota Historical Society, Saint Paul, MN. $10,000, 2008. For Richard Serrell Flour Milling Collection at Mill City Museum.

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U.S. Bancorp Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in AR, AZ, CA, CO, ID, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NV, OH, OR, SD, TN, UT, WA, WI, and WY. No support for fraternal organizations, merchant associations, or 501(c)(4) or (6) organizations, 509(a)(3) supporting organizations, pass-through organizations or private foundations, religious organizations, political organizations or lobbying organizations, United Way-supported organizations, or child care providers. No grants to individuals, or for fundraising events or sponsorships, travel, endowments, debt reduction, or chamber memberships or programs. 906. Balboa Art Conservation Center, San Diego, CA. $5,000, 2005. For program support.

918. Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS. $25,450, 2007. For hurricane rebuilding. 919. Walter Anderson Museum of Art, Ocean Springs, MS. $14,905, 2007. For post-hurricane restoration.

Phil Hardin Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MS; support also to out-of-state organizations for programs and projects benefiting the education of Mississippians. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing or land acquisition. 920. Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, MS. $100,000, 2007. For development and installation of exhibits, material and Web technology for Visitors Center.

Archie D. and Bertha H. Walker Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the seven-county Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, metropolitan area. No support for private foundations. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds. 907. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $5,000, 2005. 908. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $5,000, 2006.

MISSOURI
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation
(formerly Enterprise Leasing Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on CA, MO, NE, TX, Canada, and the United Kingdom. No support for religious organizations or sports teams. No grants to individuals, or vehicle or rental donations. 921. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2006.

MISSISSIPPI
The Chisholm Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MS, New York, NY, and WA. No grants to individuals. 909. Eudora Welty Foundation, Jackson, MS. $25,000, 2006. For capital campaign. 910. Eudora Welty Foundation, Jackson, MS. $25,000, 2006. For final payment on original pledge.

The Francis Family Foundation
(formerly The Francis Families Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to a 60-mile radius of Kansas City, MO, for educational and arts and cultural institutions, and to the U.S. and Canada for pulmonary fellowships. 922. Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, MO. $15,000, 2007. For Initiative of the Public Library and Black Archives of Mid-America.

Community Foundation of Greater Jackson
(formerly Greater Jackson Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Hinds, Madison, and Rankin counties, MS. No support for religious activities. 911. Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, Gulfport, MS. $5,000, 2006. For grant made through Hurricane Katrina Victim Assistance Fund.

Hall Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to greater Kansas City, MO. No support for international or religious organizations or for political purposes. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships), or for travel, operating deficits, conferences, scholarly or medical research, or fundraising campaigns or event promotion such as telethons, or for endowments. 923. Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, Kansas City, MO. $25,000, 2007. For Central Plains Regional Archives Program Design Study.

Foundation for the Mid South
Limitations: Giving limited to AR, LA, and MS. 912. Acadian Heritage and Culture Foundation, Erath, LA. $20,000, 2005. For repairs and exhibition. Grant made through Hurricane Katrina Recovery and Restoration Fund. 913. Backstreet Cultural Museum, New Orleans, LA. $18,300, 2005. To repair damage from storm and preserve collections for future, and to restore and rebuild community through cultural and educational events. Grant made through Hurricane Katrina Recovery and Restoration Fund. 914. Backstreet Cultural Museum, New Orleans, LA. $5,000, 2005. To repair damage from storm and preserve collections for future, and to restore and rebuild community through cultural and traditional events. Grant made through Hurricane Katrina Recovery and Restoration Fund. 915. Louisiana Museum Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $50,000, 2005. For grant made through Hurricane Katrina Recovery and Restoration Fund. 916. Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, Gulfport, MS. $20,000, 2005. For general operating support for exhibits, projects, and programs. Grant made through Hurricane Katrina Recovery and Restoration Fund.

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
(formerly The Greater Kansas City Community Foundation and Affiliated Trusts) Limitations: Giving primarily in the bi-state greater Kansas City region. No grants to individuals (except through designated scholarship funds), or for deficit financing, endowments, or annual campaigns. 924. Black Archives of Mid-America, Kansas City, MO. $22,000, 2005.

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S., with emphasis on the bi-state metropolitan Kansas City area (KS/MO) for K-12 education initiatives focused on math and science. No support for international programs, political, social, fraternal, or arts organizations, and capital campaigns or construction projects. No grants for fund endowments, or for special events. 925. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. $191,007, 2005. To develop digital library and database of contract forms and related data on investments made by angel groups in entrepreneurial firms.

Gulf Coast Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to George, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Pearl River, and Stone counties, MS. No support for governmental entities, private foundations, religious organizations or for religious purposes, athletic programs, or school band programs. No grants for capital or operating endowment drives. 917. Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, Gulfport, MS. $25,000, 2007. To repair Hurricane Katrina destroyed building.

William T. Kemper Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Midwest with emphasis on MO and surrounding areas. No support for private foundations. No grants to individuals, or for tickets for dinners, benefits, exhibits, sports and other

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event activities, advertisements, endowment funds, or fundraising activities. 926. Friends of Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, MO. $10,000, 2006. 927. Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, Kansas City, MO. $25,000, 2007. For National Archives Project Fund.

934. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 935. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006.

E. L. Wiegand Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NV and adjoining western states, including AZ, ID, OR, UT and WA; public affairs grants given primarily in Washington, DC, and New York, NY. No support for organizations receiving significant support from the United Way or public tax funds; organizations with beneficiaries of their own choosing; or federal, state, or local government agencies or institutions. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, fundraising campaigns, debt reductions, emergency funding, film or media presentations, or operating funds; no loans. 936. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC. $129,621, 2006. To preserve materials related to George Balanchine.

MONTANA
The Chutney Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to the upper Blackfoot Valley area of western MT. No grants to individuals. 928. University of Montana Foundation, Missoula, MT. $200,000, 2005. For preservation of Montana Museum of Art and Culture Permanent Collection.

NEW HAMPSHIRE
The Penates Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, NH, and NY. No grants to individuals. 937. Northeast Historic Film, Bucksport, ME. $5,000, 2005.

NEBRASKA
Cooper Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to NE, with emphasis on Lincoln and Lancaster County. No support for religious or health purposes, private foundations, or for businesses. No grants to individuals, or for multi-year grants, memberships, travel, or endowment funds. 929. University of Nebraska, Department of English, Lincoln, NE. $14,000, 2006. For equipment and software for Walt Whitman Archive.

NEW JERSEY
The Berlind Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 938. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $52,000, 2006.

NEVADA
The Mary Bremer Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 930. Santa Barbara Mission Archive-Library, Santa Barbara, CA. $26,500, 2006.

The Cowles Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily along the Eastern Seaboard, with emphasis on FL and NY. No grants to individuals; no loans. 939. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2006. 940. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006.

Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NJ, with support for the arts and local humane groups limited to NJ, and support for other local projects limited to the Morristown area; some giving to national organizations for projects in NJ. No support for religious, higher education, health, or conduit organizations. No grants for capital projects, equipment purchases, indirect costs, endowment funds, deficit financing, or scholarships. 941. Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program, Morristown, NJ. $25,000, 2007. For Poetry Archive project.

The Cord Foundation
(also known as The E. L. Cord Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in northern NV and the rural counties of NV. No support for religious organizations for sectarian purposes. No grants to individuals, or for continuing support. 931. Jarbidge Community Association, Spring Creek, NV. $10,000, 2006. To archive historical materials.

The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey
(formerly NBI Healthcare Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in NJ, with emphasis on Newark and Essex, Morris, and Union counties. No support for political campaigns. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for deficit retirement, ongoing general operating expenses, endowments, or fundraising campaigns. 942. Newark Museum, Newark, NJ. $150,000, 2007. For fire safety center.

Charles H. Stout Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Siloam Springs, AR, Del Mar, CA, Reno, NV, New York, NY, or in communities where foundation trustees live or visit regularly. No grants to individuals; no loans. 932. ArtWatch International, New York, NY. $20,000, 2005. 933. ArtWatch International, New York, NY. $20,000, 2006.

The Dale & Edna Walsh Foundation
(also known as D.E.W. Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to U.S.-based organizations only. No support for church operations, or political organizations. No grants to individuals.

The Hyde and Watson Foundation
Limitations: Giving is focused in the five boroughs of New York, NY, and primarily Essex, Union and Morris counties in NJ. No giving outside the U.S. No support for projects outside the United States. No grants for individuals, or for endowments, operating support, benefit fundraisers,

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annual fund appeals, or scholarships or from fiscal agents. Capital support is limited to one-time needs. 943. National Dance Institute, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For equipment to preserve audio, video, and film recordings.

NEW MEXICO
Lannan Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No grants to individuals (except for Lannan Literary Awards and certain fellowships in the Literary and Cultural Freedom program areas). 953. Institute for Social and Cultural Change, Cambridge, MA. $30,000, 2007. For Radio archives digitization.

Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Contribution Fund
Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving also to national and international organizations. No support for fraternal, political, religious, or athletic organizations. No grants to individuals, or for debt reduction, trips, tours, capital campaigns or endowments, or publications; no loans. 944. Fundacion Luis Munoz Marin, San Juan, PR. $10,000, 2005.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S. No support for political organizations, international activities, programs or institutions concerned solely with a specific disease or basic biomedical research. No grants to individuals, or for ongoing general operating expenses, endowment funds, capital costs, including construction, renovation, or equipment, or research on unapproved drug therapies or devices. 945. Society for the Preservation of Physician Assistant History, Alexandria, VA. $10,000, 2008. To preserve and pass on legacy of Eugene A. Stead, Jr., M.D. 946. University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research, Ann Arbor, MI. $997,940, 2007. 5-year grant. To collect, archive and publicly share data for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health and Medical Care Archive, 2007-2012. 947. University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research, Ann Arbor, MI. $355,057, 2005. 2-year grant. To provide data preparation and archiving services to Foundation.

Eugene V. & Clare E. Thaw Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for political or religious organizations. No grants to individuals or for operating support. 954. Josef Albers Foundation, Bethany, CT. $10,000, 2005. Toward Art Collection Cataloguing and Preservation project. 955. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $15,000, 2005. For general support.

NEW YORK
The Achelis Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the New York, NY, area. Generally, no support for political organizations, small art, dance, music, or theater groups, national health or mental health organizations, housing, international projects, government agencies, public schools (except charter schools), or nonprofit programs and services significantly funded or wholly reimbursed by the government. No grants to individuals, or for annual appeals, dinner functions, fundraising events, capital campaigns, deficit financing, or film or travel; no loans. 956. Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY. $25,000, 2007. 1.75-year grant. For From Paper to Pixel Digitization Project.

The Earle I. Mack Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. 948. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006.

The Schumann Center for Media and Democracy, Inc.
(formerly The Florence and John Schumann Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington, DC, and New York, NY. No grants to individuals, or for annual campaigns, capital campaigns, deficit financing, equipment and materials, land acquisition, or endowment funds; no loans. 949. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $420,000, 2005. Toward Iraq War Media Project.

The Frances Alexander Foundation
(formerly The Ann F. Kaplan & Robert Fippinger Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in NY; some funding also in MA. No grants to individuals. 957. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $10,000, 2005.

The Melinda & William J. Vanden Heuvel Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 950. Century Association Archives Foundation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. 951. Century Association Archives Foundation, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005.

American Express Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis primarily in areas of company operations, including in Asia, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, and Latin America, with emphasis on Phoenix, AZ, CA, Washington, DC, southern FL, MN, New York, NY, Greensboro, NC, Salt Lake City, UT, and VA. No support for discriminatory organizations, religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, or political organizations. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships), or for fundraising, goodwill advertising, souvenir journals, or dinner programs, travel, books, magazines, or articles in professional journals, endowments or capital campaigns, traveling exhibitions, or sports sponsorships. 958. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2005. For post-hurricane heritage restoration and reconstruction. 959. Preservation Alliance of New Orleans, Preservation Resource Center, New Orleans, LA. $20,000, 2006. For Katrina Homeowner and Neighborhood Recovery Fund. 960. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $190,000, 2007. For general operating support. 961. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. For post-hurricane heritage restoration and reconstruction. 962. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $55,000, 2006. 963. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $50,000, 2005.

Verizon Foundation
(formerly Bell Atlantic Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis and in PR, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela. No support for private charities or foundations, religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, religious organizations duplicating the work of other organizations in the same community, political candidates or organizations, discriminatory organizations, or lobbying organizations. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships), or for political causes or campaigns, endowments or capital campaigns, film, music, television, video, or media production or broadcast underwriting, research studies (unless related to projects already being supported by Verizon), sports sponsorships, performing arts tours, or association memberships, or field trips for secondary or elementary schools; no product donations. 952. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2006.

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964. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $50,000, 2007. For general operating support.

Babbitt Family Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY. No grants to individuals. 965. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007.

The Greater Barrington Foundation, Inc.
(doing business as The Barrington Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in MA. No grants to individuals. 966. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $55,000, 2007. 967. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $10,000, 2005.

The David Berg Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 968. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $20,000, 2005.

Booth Ferris Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the New York, NY, metropolitan area for the arts, K-12 education, and civic and urban affairs; a broader geographic scope for higher education. No support for federated campaigns, community chests, social services and cultural institutions from outside the New York metropolitan area, or for work with specific diseases or disabilities. No grants to individuals, or for research; generally no grants to educational institutions for scholarships, fellowships, or unrestricted endowments; no loans. 969. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $100,000, 2006. For digitization and internet access project.

B. H. Breslauer Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for non-501(c)(3) organizations. 970. UCLA Foundation, Clark Library, Los Angeles, CA. $100,000, 2008. For rare book archives.

The Deborah Loeb Brice Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 971. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007.

The Jessica E. Smith and Kevin R. Brine Charitable Trust
(formerly The Brine Family Charitable Trust) Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 972. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $135,000, 2007.

Brooklyn Community Foundation
(formerly Independence Community Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to Brooklyn, NY. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals, or for tickets for dinners, golf outings, or fundraising events. 973. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $5,000, 2007.

The Gilbert & Ildiko Butler Conservation Fund, Inc.
(formerly Gilbert & Ildiko Butler Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, ME, NY, SC, and VA; giving also to national organizations. 974. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $84,700, 2007.

fellowships (except the Carnegie Scholars Program), travel, capital campaigns, endowments or program-related investments. 976. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005. For general support. 977. Cape Town, City of, Cape Town, South Africa. $15,000, 2006. To expand and enrich collections of African literature. 978. City University of New York, Louis Armstrong House and Archives, Flushing, NY. $25,000, 2005. For general support. 979. Columbia University, New York, NY. $34,600, 2008. 3-year grant. For preservation and improved accessibility to papers of David A. Hamburg, president of Carnegie Corporation from 1982 to 1997. 980. Foundation for Library and Information Service Development, Pretoria, South Africa. $15,000, 2006. To expand and enrich collections of African literature. 981. Johannesburg, City of, Johannesburg, South Africa. $15,000, 2006. To expand and enrich collections of African literature. 982. Library of Congress, Washington, DC. $40,000, 2006. For meeting with officials of National Library and Archives of Iran. 983. Msunduzi, Municipality of, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. $15,000, 2006. To expand and enrich collections of African literature. 984. National Research Foundation, Pretoria, South Africa. $437,600, 2008. 3-year grant. Toward digitization and data preservation center. 985. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $687,500, 2008. 2-year grant. For Eurasia Initiative. 986. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $600,000, 2009. 3-year grant. Toward international project to expand public access to archival information on nuclear proliferation. 987. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $450,000, 2006. 2-year grant. Toward support for Russia and Former Soviet Union Initiative. 988. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $75,000, 2006. For conference to explore state of recovery in New Orleans and historic and cultural heritage and other activities in aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. 989. New School, New York, NY. $500,000, 2008. 2-year grant. Toward Journal Donation Project, initiative to assist in rebuilding major research and teaching libraries in countries that have fallen victim to political or economic deprivation, and often both, through provision of current subscriptions and back volume sets of English-language scholarly, professional and current events journals. 990. NSA Anthology Charitable Trust, Malden on Hudson, NY. $25,000, 2006. Toward publication of anthology on student organizing and leadership. 991. Society for the Preservation of Physician Assistant History, Alexandria, VA. $5,000, 2008. For one-time only grant toward preservation of documents related to Dr. Eugene Steads approaches to training physician assistants. 992. Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY. $50,000, 2006. Toward online digital archive of The Open Mind, long-running television interview broadcast shown on CUNY Television. 993. Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY. $50,000, 2008. Toward online digital archive of The Open Mind, long-running television interview broadcast shown on CUNY Television. 994. University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. $271,803, 2007. 1.50-year grant. For international workshop on building digital library collections and services in Africa. 995. University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. $15,000, 2006. To expand and enrich collections of African literature. 996. University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. $15,000, 2006. To expand and enrich collections of African literature. 997. University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. $15,000, 2006. To expand and enrich collections of African literature. 998. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $50,000, 2007. For one-time only grant for pilot program to preserve monastery in Cambodia.

The Cahnman Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 975. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $20,000, 2005.

The Carson Family Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 999. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $50,000, 2005. For emergency campaign.

Carnegie Corporation of New York
Limitations: Giving primarily for U.S. projects, although some grants are made to selected countries in Sub-Saharan Africa through the International Development Program. No support for libraries, cultural institutions, programs or facilities of community-based educational or human services institutions. No grants directly to individuals for scholarships or

Central New York Community Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to Onondaga and Madison counties, NY. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for conferences and seminars, deficit financing, consulting services,

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endowment funds, fellowships, operating budgets, medical or academic research (except where directed by a donor), or travel expenses; no loans. 1000. Cazenovia Public Library, Cazenovia, NY. $24,500, 2008. To make aesthetic and interpretive improvements to library’s Egyptian Gallery. 1001. Erie Canal Museum, Syracuse, NY. $25,000, 2008. To purchase and install shelving system that will ensure proper storage of museum artifacts. 1002. Madison County Historical Society, Oneida, NY. $7,000, 2005. To catalog, store, frame and duplicate historic photograph collection in preparation for County’s bicentennial.

The Nathan Cummings Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. No support for specific diseases, general support for Jewish education, Holocaust-related projects, foreign-based organizations, or local synagogues or organizations with local projects. No grants to individuals, scholarships, sponsorships, projects with no plans for replication, endowments or capital campaigns. 1013. Art 21, New York, NY. $75,000, 2008. For PBS series, books, curricular resources, workshops, public programs, web-based resources, and video archive. 1014. Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, IL. $17,920, 2008. For Lincoln Artifact Conservation project, preserving Abraham Lincoln’s memorial album, top hat, carriage, campaign banner, and two significant paintings, The Railsplitter and The Death of Lincoln, artifacts central to Chicago History Museum’s celebration of Lincoln Bicentennial. 1015. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $15,000, 2005. 1016. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $31,000, 2006. 1017. Young Peoples Project, Cambridge, MA. $100,000, 2008. For Finding Our Folk, sharing cultural spirit and heritage of people of New Orleans, documenting and sharing stories of Katrina survivors, and connecting stories with narratives of individuals in marginalized communities across country.

Charina Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1003. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $5,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.

Citi Foundation
(formerly Citigroup Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, limited to areas of company operations. No support for political candidates or religious, veterans’, or fraternal organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community. No grants to individuals, or for political causes, fundraising events, telethons, marathons, races, or benefits, advertising, sponsorships, dinners or luncheons, or membership fees. 1004. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $15,000, 2006. For Education Institute. 1005. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2007. For Education Institute. 1006. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2008. For Education Institute.

The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis to organizations, but only in New York, NY, for performing arts grants; giving for individual research projects conducted in Venice or the Veneto, Italy. Research libraries primarily directed toward European and American letters. No grants to individuals (except for advanced research in Venice and the Veneto), or for building campaigns; no loans. 1018. American Trust for the British Library, New York, NY. $22,000, 2006. To employ music cataloguer for one year to create full online catalogue records for renowned Julian Marshall Collection. 1019. Emory University, Atlanta, GA. $34,000, 2006. For second phase of Access to Major Irish Literature Archives Project.

The Commonwealth Fund
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes, or basic biomedical research. No grants to individuals (except through the Commonwealth Fund’s fellowship programs), or for scholarships, general planning or ongoing activities, existing deficits, endowment or capital costs, construction, renovation, equipment, conferences, symposia, major media projects, or documentaries (unless they are an out growth of one of the fund’s programs). 1007. Rockefeller University, New York, NY. $90,000, 2005. For transfer and maintenance of Commonwealth Fund’s archives at Archive Center in Sleepy Hollow. 1008. Rockefeller University, New York, NY. $90,000, 2006. For transfer and maintenance of Commonwealth Funds Archives. 1009. Rockefeller University, New York, NY. $90,000, 2007. For Transfer and Maintenance of Commonwealth Fund’s Archives, Part 11. 1010. Rockefeller University, New York, NY. $90,000, 2008. For Transfer and Maintenance of The Commonwealth Fund’s Archives, Part 12.

Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
(formerly BT Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations with emphasis on NY, Canada, and Latin America. No support for political parties or candidates, veterans’, military, or fraternal organizations, United Way agencies not providing a fundraising waiver, professional or trade associations, or discriminatory organizations. No grants to individuals, or for endowments, capital campaigns, legal advocacy, or religious purposes. 1020. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $20,700, 2006. For Katrina Hurricane Recovery Fund. 1021. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina Support.

Miriam and Arthur Diamond Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY; some funding nationally. No grants to individuals. 1022. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007.

Corning Incorporated Foundation
(formerly Corning Glass Works Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Glendale, AZ, Harrodsburg, KY, Kennebunk, ME, Keene, NH, Canton, Fairport, Oneonta, and the greater Corning-Elmira, NY, area, Concord, Hickory, Wilmington, and Winston-Salem, NC, Keller, TX, and Blacksburg, VA; giving also to national and international organizations. No support for political parties, labor or veterans’ organizations, religious or fraternal organizations, or volunteer emergency squads. No grants to individuals, or for political campaigns or causes, athletic activities, courtesy advertising, or fundraising. 1011. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $12,500, 2005. For Visible Conservation Center.

The DM Foundation
(formerly Northeastern Pooled Common Fund for Education in the Social Sciences and the Arts) Limitations: Giving limited to the Northeast, primarily in CT, Washington, DC, MA, NH, NJ, and NY. No grants to individuals. 1023. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005. 1024. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006.

Dobkin Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1025. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $400,000, 2006. 1026. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $200,000, 2005. 1027. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $200,000, 2006. 1028. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $148,250, 2005. 1029. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $148,250, 2005. 1030. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $48,250, 2005. 1031. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $8,164, 2005.

Lewis B. & Dorothy Cullman Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1012. New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, NY. $200,000, 2005. For general support.

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The William H. Donner Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, CO Washington, DC and NY, with some giving in VA. 1032. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. For L. Jordan Film Preservation/Archival Containers. 1033. University of Colorado Foundation, Boulder, CO. $50,000, 2006. For Moving Image Art Archive in Memoriam to Stan Brakhage. 1034. University of Colorado Foundation, Boulder, CO. $40,000, 2007. For Moving Image Art Archive in Memoriam to Stan Brakhage.

Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for toxic issues, litigation, the visual arts, museums or galleries, or arts programs for rehabilitative or therapeutic purposes. No grants to individuals (except through special foundation programs), or for conferences or publications. 1035. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $1,000,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For preservation of Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) supported works and related oral histories.

Dyson Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Dutchess County, NY, and organizations providing services in Dutchess County; limited grants to other Mid-Hudson Valley counties (Columbia, Greene, Orange, Putnam and Ulster counties). National and other grants on a solicited basis. No support for international organizations. No grants to individuals, or for debt reduction, direct mail campaign or fundraising events. 1036. George Washington University, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2007. For Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project, to make Eleanor Roosevelt’s written and audio-visual record accessible to scholars, teachers, students, policy makers, and general public. 1037. George Washington University, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2008. For continued support for Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project, to make Eleanor Roosevelt’s written and audio-visual record accessible to scholars, teachers, students, policy makers, and general public. 1038. New York State Archives Partnership Trust, Cultural Education Center, Albany, NY. $10,000, 2005. Toward preserving and restoring New York State’s documents from Revolutionary War.

The Ford Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, including the U.S., and some countries in Africa and the Middle East, Asia, Russia, Latin America and the Caribbean. No support for programs for which substantial support from government or other sources is readily available, or for religious sectarian activities. No grants for routine operating costs, construction or maintenance of buildings, or undergraduate scholarships; graduate fellowships generally channeled through grants to universities or other organizations; no grants for purely personal or local needs. 1039. African Woman and Child Feature Service, Nairobi, Kenya. $150,000, 2008. To plan and oversee preparatory work for establishment of national audiovisual archive. 1040. Aid Transparency, Dakar, Senegal. $757,300, 2009. 2-year grant. For international conference and book on Africa’s ancient written patrimony and to study feasibility of establishing regional training center for conservation and study of ancient manuscripts. 1041. Archive Administration of Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Region, Saint Petersburg, Russia. $215,000, 2006. 2-year grant. To preserve and provide wider access to archive’s photo collections. 1042. Arewa House-Centre for Historical Documentation and Research, Kaduna, Nigeria. $300,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For training and outreach activities to increase participation of young university-based scholars in auditing, conservation, translation and analysis of ancient Arabic manuscripts in Nigeria. 1043. Arts Council of Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. $52,300, 2007. 2-year grant. To digitize prints, sound, video and photographic archival documentation of artistic performances sponsored by Arts Council from 1968 to present. 1044. British Library, London, England. $304,700, 2006. 2-year grant. For International Dunhuang Project to promote exchange and capacity building for Silk Road scholarship among young scholars and collections in Russia, China and India.

1045. British Museum, London, England. $1,000,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To provide capacity building and technical assistance for cultural conservation projects in four West African countries: Ghana, Mali, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. 1046. Central European University Foundation, New York, NY. $140,000, 2005. 2-year grant. To complete preparatory phase for establishment of independent center for private archives for Arab world. 1047. Central State Archive of Film, Photographic and Phonographic Documents, Saint Petersburg, Russia. $243,000, 2008. 2.75-year grant. To preserve and provide wider access to archive’s photo collections. 1048. Centre for Media and Alternative Communication, New Delhi, India. $80,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To archive, exhibit and disseminate legacy of women performers in 78 RPM era and provide platform for interface between artistic practice, cultural pluralism and technology. 1049. Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, Calcutta, India. $206,600, 2008. 3-year grant. To strengthen and expand archival collection on Eastern India, award training, internships and postgraduate fellowships and increase public engagement with exhibits, workshops and publications. 1050. Centre of Contemporary Architecture, Moscow, Russia. $298,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For digital and video archive, publications, lectures, exhibitions and other activities to promote creativity and public interest in architecture. 1051. Centre of Contemporary Architecture, Moscow, Russia. $141,000, 2009. For digital and video archive, international seminar on new art spaces and other activities to promote public interest in architecture. 1052. Civic: Centre for Indian Visual Culture, New Delhi, India. $200,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To build digital archive of popular visual art from diverse regions and social contexts. 1053. Cunningham Dance Foundation, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For archival elements of campaign to preserve artistic accomplishments of Merce Cunningham and his dance company. 1054. Dogged Films Proprietary, Johannesburg, South Africa. $200,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Scribes of Timbuktu, documentary following South African and Malian researchers through translation, analysis and preservation of manuscripts of medieval African astronomers. 1055. Dogged Films Proprietary, Johannesburg, South Africa. $196,000, 2008. To complete The Scribes of Timbuktu, documentary following South African and Malian researchers through translation, analysis and preservation of manuscripts of medieval African astronomers. 1056. Education Development Center, Newton, MA. $57,510, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For Dancing Forward for Change, book and digital archive documenting experience, history and impact of gender equity movement. 1057. Egyptian Center for Culture and Art, Cairo, Egypt. $80,000, 2006. 1.50-year grant. For research, documentation and presentation of Egyptian folk music. 1058. El Mastaba Center for Egyptian Popular Music, Cairo, Egypt. $225,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For tie-off support to develop and implement strategic marketing plan to help El Tanbura and other folk and popular music groups access world music audience and to develop folk music archive. 1059. Fund for Reconciliation and Development, Dobbs Ferry, NY. $100,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To organize, characterize, preserve and catalog records of Fund’s work to normalize relations between the U.S. and Indochina, 1985-2005. 1060. George Washington University, Washington, DC. $190,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For archival and archaeological research to locate, document and preserve remains of slave ships shipwrecked off coast of Southern Africa and to develop heritage route for cultural tourism. 1061. Howard University, Washington, DC. $82,500, 2006. 2-year grant. For research, cataloguing and planning for development of African Diaspora Archive. 1062. Hunan Provincial Museum, Changsha, China. $33,247, 2008. For research, documentation and preservation of Nu Shu, writing system created, used and understood only by women and to establish eco-museum for display of Nu Shu writings and to teach it. 1063. Indonesian Visual Art Archive Foundation, Indonesia. $52,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To recatalog and digitize collection and make it available online. 1064. Jackson State University, Jackson, MS. $100,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For Margaret Walker Alexander National Research Center for Study of 20th Century African American to develop and implement plan to digitize Margaret Walker archive.

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1065. JSTOR, New York, NY. $121,000, 2008. 1.50-year grant. To pilot prototype and map out parameters for digitization and delivery of multilingual collection of social science and humanities research materials from and about India. 1066. JSTOR, New York, NY. $65,000, 2006. 1.50-year grant. To digitize up to eleven sexuality and reproductive health journals and include them in JSTOR online database. 1067. JSTOR, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. To negotiate for and plan digitization of sexuality and reproductive health journals for inclusion in its online database. 1068. Ketebul Music, Nairobi, Kenya. $138,800, 2008. To document, preserve and celebrate Rumba music and icons that dominated Kenya airwaves in 1950s and their influence on subsequent generations of popular music and musicians. 1069. La Mama Experimental Theater Club, New York, NY. $542,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For improvements and renovations to facilities, including archive and for strategic and business planning. 1070. La Mama Experimental Theater Club, New York, NY. $458,000, 2009. 4-year grant. To improve and renovate facilities, including archive and for strategic planning and program stabilization. 1071. La Mama Experimental Theater Club, New York, NY. $250,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For general support for Preserving the Legacy, project to make archive documenting birth of experimental theater in America and cultural movement that ensued available to public. 1072. Liliesleaf Trust, South Africa. $200,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For biographical research and writing on key figures associated with Liliesleaf Farm and to acquire materials for Struggle Library, Research and Archive Centre to be housed at farm. 1073. Maya Educational Foundation, South Woodstock, VT. $400,000, 2007. 5-year grant. For endowment support for Chiapas Photography Project to ensure sustainability of training, dissemination and preservation programs to promote indigenous culture. 1074. Michigan State University, African Activist Archives Project, East Lansing, MI. $95,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To locate, preserve and digitize materials documenting African-American grassroots support for African liberation struggle, 1950-1994, and post them online. 1075. National Library and Archives of Egypt, Egypt. $130,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For final support to hold summer training sessions for graduate and undergraduate students on using archives in social science research. 1076. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $400,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For Latin America Program to advance transparency and social justice in Latin America through research, public education and training, and information exchange and dissemination. 1077. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $343,500, 2006. To advance transparency, social justice and dialogue in Latin America through information exchange and strategic use of declassified materials. 1078. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2009. To inform public debate over history of U.S. dialogue with Castro’s Cuba and promote greater understanding in U.S.-Cuban relations within framework of U.S. presidential transition. 1079. National Security Archive Fund, Latin America Human Rights Program, Washington, DC. $300,000, 2009. To collaborate with key regional partners in using forensic history to advance human rights and promote right to know as understood human right. 1080. National Security Archive Fund, Latin America Program, Washington, DC. $400,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To advance transparency and social justice in Latin America through research, public education and training, and information exchange and dissemination. 1081. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $407,000, 2007. For restructuring to increase effectiveness of community development and revitalization programs for selective new activities, including Gulf Coast recovery efforts. 1082. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $350,000, 2006. For restructuring to increase effectiveness of community development programs and for post-Katrina activities in historic downtown districts in Louisiana and Mississippi. 1083. Nelson Mandela Foundation, Johannesburg, South Africa. $200,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For start-up support for Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, which will honor and document life of Nelson Mandela. 1084. Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS. $365,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For general support for operations in aftermath of Hurricane Katrina with focus on African-American gallery.

1085. Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS. $125,000, 2006. To maintain core staffing and programs in aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. 1086. Onghokham Institute, Jakarta, Indonesia. $114,400, 2006. 1.50-year grant. To digitally catalogue privately held library collections on governance and civil society and make them available to public through Internet. 1087. Open Memory Civil Association-Human Rights Organizations Coordinated Action, Buenos Aires, Argentina. $400,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For general support to preserve and disseminate historical documents on state terrorism in Argentina. 1088. Pace University, New York, NY. $91,000, 2006. To complete final archival work on Harriet Jacobs Papers Project and to implement symposium on slavery and gender based on Jacobs Project. Jacobs was best known as fugitive slave author of landmark American slave narrative Incidents in Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself. 1089. Paul Robeson Foundation, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. To digitize archives of performance artist and human rights activist Paul Robeson. 1090. Perkumpulan Pancur Kasih, Pontianak, Indonesia. $105,118, 2008. To help Institut Dayakolgi recover and digitize archive and replace supplies and equipment lost in fire. 1091. Peter the Great Museum of Anthropolgy and Ethnography, Saint Petersburg, Russia. $161,000, 2008. 1.50-year grant. For preservation and making accessible archive of 19-20th century photographs on world native cultures through creation of automated photo depository and web catalogue. 1092. Research and Information Centre Memorial, Saint Petersburg, Russia. $139,000, 2009. To develop Virtual Gulag Museum, searchable online repository documenting breadth of Soviet labor camps under Stalin. 1093. Research and Information Centre Memorial, Saint Petersburg, Russia. $90,000, 2006. To purchase office space for archive of Perestroika-era documents and publications. 1094. Riwaq Centre for Architectural Conservation, Ramallah, West Bank/ Gaza. $400,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For research, publications and preservation program on Palestine’s architectural heritage. 1095. Romare Bearden Foundation, New York, NY. $176,235, 2005. 2-year grant. To restructure programmatic and administrative infrastructure, including expansion of arts-in-education programming and implementation of scholarship and internship programs. 1096. Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. $178,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology to preserve, digitize and provide wider access to its photo archives. 1097. Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Moscow, Russia. $196,000, 2006. 2-year grant. To preserve, digitalize and provide wider access to photo archives. 1098. Russian State Archive of Film and Photo Documents, Krasnogorsk, Russia. $120,000, 2006. 2-year grant. To preserve and digitize Archive’s collection of photographs of Russian villages and everyday life of people in Russia. 1099. Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Moscow, Russia. $500,000, 2009. 3-year grant. To expand database and electronic catalogue of archive’s visual materials and create exhibitions, publications and CD-ROMs. 1100. Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Moscow, Russia. $330,000, 2006. 3-year grant. To expand database and electronic catalogue of archive’s visual materials and create exhibitions, publications and CD-ROMs. 1101. SAVAMA-DCI, Timbuktu, Mali. $590,335, 2005. 3-year grant. For general support to protect, restore and conserve ancient manuscripts of Mali and share them with general public. 1102. Smith College, Northampton, MA. $250,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For archival preservation of collected works of Gloria Steinem and for oral history project on feminism and related collection development. 1103. Smith College, Sophia Smith Collection, Northampton, MA. $175,000, 2009. 2-year grant. For Voices of Feminism Archival Development Project to bring race, class and sexual diversity to holdings and disseminate archived works of Gloria Steinem. 1104. Social Science Baha, Kathmandu, Nepal. $265,000, 2008. 3-year grant. To expand Baha Libary’s holdings, implement fellowship and seminar program in collaboration with Nepali institutional partners from outside capital region and establish digital archive. 1105. Social Science Research Council, Brooklyn, NY. $125,000, 2006. To build disaster preparedness and response capacity of Cuban libraries and archives.

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1106. Social Science Research Council, Brooklyn, NY. $125,000, 2007. For disaster preparedness projects for Cuban archives and libraries. 1107. Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007. For digital archive to preserve and make available online interviews from The Open Mind, weekly public television show featuring conversations with creative thinkers of last half century. 1108. Thibitisha Trust, Nairobi, Kenya. $128,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For tie off support to collate and digitize its archive of Kenya press coverage of health, legal, cultural and governmental issues and distribute it widely to research and educational institutions. 1109. Trust for African Rock Art, Palo Alto, CA. $600,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For final general support to document African rock art, create global awareness of its cultural significance and protect and preserve threatened sites. 1110. Ujwal Trust, Bangalore, India. $170,000, 2008. 3-year grant. To archive and disseminate contemporary significance of poetic, musical, and pluralist legacy of Kabir, iconoclastic fifteenth-century poet-saint of India. 1111. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $20,000, 2006. For Chicano Studies Research Center and Theater, Film and Television Archive to preserve, study and distribute Chicano films. 1112. University of California, Chicano Studies Research Center, Los Angeles, CA. $200,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For A Ver: Revisioning Art History, book series on Chicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican, and other U.S.-based Latino artists, and to create community archives program focusing on race, gender and sexuality. 1113. University of Chile, Observatory of Education Policies, Santiago, Chile. $250,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To expand archive, prepare and disseminate analyses of education issues, award research grants, network and develop communications capacity. 1114. University of Mysore, Mysore, India. $400,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For core support for Vidyanidhi digital library to expand its archive of Indian doctoral dissertations, offer masters degree in information management and advance digitally enabled scholarship. 1115. University of Sao Paulo, Laboratory on Intolerance Studies, Sao Paulo, Brazil. $100,000, 2008. 1.50-year grant. To establish audiovisual oral history collection of interviews with and testimonies of victims of political oppression in Brazil. 1116. University of the Western Cape, Centre for Study of Higher Education, Bellville, South Africa. $180,000, 2009. 2-year grant. To expand African Higher Education Research Online archive, develop integrated electronic research platform and host Master’s Degree students. 1117. Vietnam Cinema Association, Hanoi, Vietnam. $350,200, 2005. 2-year grant. To establish film library and conduct short film courses and master classes for film students and young professionals. 1118. Zubaan, New Delhi, India. $200,000, 2008. 3-year grant. To expand documentation and archiving of women’s history by including forms of expression used by marginalized women and to extend outreach to students and faculty in Women’s Studies.

Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, NY and PA. No grants to individuals. 1125. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2005.

Gordon Parks Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in Chappaqua, NY. 1126. Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation, Pleasantville, NY. $5,892,873, 2008. To enhance the preservation of the works.

The Florence Gould Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and France. No grants to individuals. 1127. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $50,300, 2006. For furniture in France-exchanges and seminars. 1128. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $12,800, 2005. For exchanges and seminar on Furniture in France. 1129. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $6,095, 2006. For Furniture in France-exchanges and seminar. 1130. Brown University, Providence, RI. $32,500, 2006. For acquisition of Haitian revolution materials for library. 1131. Brown University, Providence, RI. $32,500, 2007. For acquisition of Haitian revolution materials for library. 1132. Columbia University, New York, NY. $30,000, 2007. For John Jay papers. 1133. Franco-American Foundation for the Arts and Sciences, White Plains, NY. $25,000, 2007. For restoration of frescos. 1134. French Heritage Society, New York, NY. $58,824, 2006. For Katrina heritage rescue fund. 1135. Frick Collection, New York, NY. $12,000, 2007. For scholarships for seminar for conservators and curators. 1136. Institut de France-Domaine de Chantilly, Chantilly, France. $100,000, 2005. For restoration of Galeries des Actions de Monsieur le Prince. 1137. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $75,000, 2006. For fellows. 1138. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $75,000, 2007. 1139. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $60,000, 2005. For general support. 1140. New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations, New York, NY. $356,634, 2006. For exhibition, the dialogue between painting and poetry, 1874-1999: artists’ books from Bibliotheque Litteraire Jacques Doucet. 1141. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. $75,000, 2006. For papers of Thomas Jefferson. 1142. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. $75,000, 2007. For papers of Thomas Jefferson. 1143. Psalmodi Foundation for Archaeological Research, Brunswick, ME. $10,000, 2005. To digitize architectural excavation data. 1144. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. $14,315, 2007. For Madame de Graffigny correspondence. 1145. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. $13,500, 2006. For Madame de Graffigny correspondence. 1146. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. $25,000, 2005. To digitize books from Douglas H. Gordon Collection of French Books dating from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century in Library’s Special Collections. 1147. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. $25,000, 2006. For digitalization of books from Douglas H. Gordon Collection of French books. 1148. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $150,000, 2006. For New Orleans projects. 1149. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $140,300, 2006. For American College of Building Arts. 1150. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $115,000, 2006. For Brooklyn stained glass conservation center. 1151. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $115,000, 2007. For American College of Building Arts. 1152. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. To teach building arts classes of Les Compagnons de Devoir (contemporary generation of the medieval guilds) in Charleston, SC. 1153. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. For exchange program at Brooklyn Stained Glass Conservation Center.

Foundation for Arts Initiatives
(formerly American Center Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily on a national and international basis. 1119. Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong. $10,000, 2005.

Freeman Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in VT for conservation and environment grants; Asian studies grants are awarded nationally. No grants to individuals, or for endowments or capital campaigns. 1120. Columbia University, C.V. Starr East Asian Library, New York, NY. $126,000, 2005. To digitize Barbara C. Adachi’s Bunraku Collection. Bunraku is a type of traditional Japanese puppet theater. 1121. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. $10,000, 2005. For Japanese/ Oriental Language School Archival Project. 1122. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. $10,000, 2007. For U.S. Navy Japanese and Oriental Language School Archival Project. 1123. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $436,400, 2005. For Japanese Imperial Buddhist Convents Project.

Gilder Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1124. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $75,000, 2005.

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1154. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. To support Comite Francaise pour la Sauvegarde de Venise (French Save Venice Committee) in their restoration work at Correr Museum. 1155. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $60,950, 2006. For preservation arts training initiative. 1156. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $28,750, 2007. For preservation arts training initiative. 1157. Yale University, New Haven, CT. $75,000, 2006. For Benjamin Franklin papers. 1158. Yale University, New Haven, CT. $75,000, 2007. For Benjamin Franklin papers.

Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and Central and Eastern Europe. No support for government agencies, or for community or neighborhood projects, religious institutions, or for health care. No grants to individuals, or for annual campaigns, emergency funds, deficit financing, land acquisitions, building projects, medical research, demonstration projects, publications, or conferences; no loans (except for program-related investments). 1169. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $15,000, 2007. For Colleoni Monument Restoration Publication. 1170. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For Saint Petersburg Restoration Projects.

William T. Grant Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis; giving limited to NY, NJ, and CT for youth service grants. No grants to individuals (except for W.T. Grant Scholars Program), or for annual fundraising campaigns, equipment and materials, land acquisition, building or renovation projects, operating budgets, endowments, or scholarships; no loans. 1159. Health and Education Research Operative Services, Lebanon, TN. $149,115, 2005. 2-year grant. For research project entitled, A Data Archive for Project STAR and Beyond. Project will create Project STAR public use data file. Project STAR was experimental study of effects of reducing class size on student outcomes. File will include 13 years of data on students followed from kindergarten though high school. STAR-and-beyond database will be publicly available, along with user guide and documentation, to researchers and policymakers for continued analysis. 1160. Rockefeller University, New York, NY. $169,000, 2006. For maintenance of William T. Grant Foundation Archive Materials at Rockefeller Archive Center.

Joukowsky Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the northeastern U.S. 1171. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $256,960, 2006. 1172. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2005. For endowment fund. 1173. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2006. For endowment fund. 1174. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2006. For endowment fund. 1175. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2007. For general operating support. 1176. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $30,000, 2005. For Queen Noor event. 1177. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For annual fund. 1178. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007. For annual support. 1179. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $23,500, 2007. For Hadrian Award Luncheon. 1180. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $20,000, 2006. For 20th anniversary fund. 1181. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $12,000, 2005. For Hadnan Award. 1182. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $11,400, 2006. For Hadrian Award.

The Greenwall Foundation
Limitations: Giving in New York, NY, for arts and humanities; giving nationally for bioethics. No grants for building or endowment funds, operating budgets, annual campaigns, deficit financing, or conferences; no loans. 1161. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $10,000, 2006.

The Griffin-Cole Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in Princeton, NJ. No grants to individuals. 1162. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $10,000, 2005.

The JPMorgan Chase Foundation
(formerly The Chase Manhattan Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving also to U.S.-based international organizations active in areas of company operations abroad. No support for religious, fraternal, social, or other membership organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, volunteer operated organizations, or United Way member agencies. No grants to individuals, or for capital campaigns or endowments, scholarships, fundraising, or special events or other short-term projects. 1183. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $15,000, 2005. 1184. Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY. $5,000, 2006. 1185. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $5,000, 2005. 1186. Romare Bearden Foundation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006.

William Randolph Hearst Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S. and its territories. No support for public policy, public schools, advocacy, or foreign countries. No grants to individuals, or for media projects, conferences, workshops, seminars, multi-year grants, publishing projects, special events, seed funding, public policy research, tables, or advertising for fundraising events; no loans or program-related investments. 1163. California Historical Society, San Francisco, CA. $100,000, 2008. Toward Collections Care and Access Project. 1164. Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI. $250,000, 2005. Toward Education Department’s expanded programs and interpretive strategies for reinstallation of permanent collection in renovated galleries. 1165. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $100,000, 2006. Toward Katrina Recovery Campaign. 1166. Paley Center for Media, New York, NY. $1,000,000, 2007. Toward preservation and digitization of television and radio programming and creation of digital access to holdings, and to help meet challenge grant from William S. Paley Foundation.

The J. M. Kaplan Fund, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City; cross-borders of North America; and worldwide. No grants to individuals, including scholarships and fellowships, or for construction or building programs, endowment funds, operating budgets of educational or medical institutions, film or video, or sponsorship of books, dances, plays, or other works of art. 1187. Century Association Archives Foundation, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007. For Archives, Century Association. 1188. New York Preservation Archive Project, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. For book, Preserving New York: Winning the Right to Protect the City’s Landmarks. 1189. New York State Archives Partnership Trust, Albany, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1190. New York State Archives Partnership Trust, Albany, NY. $5,000, 2006. 1191. Poetry Archive, Stroud, England. $20,000, 2007. For general operating support. 1192. Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology, Nakuru, Kenya. $25,000, 2007. For Sudan Open Archive. 1193. Westminster College, Fulton, MO. $15,000, 2006. For Winston Churchill Memorial and Library Conservation and Archival Support.

Fern Karesh Hurst Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1167. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005.

The Jaharis Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NY, MA and PA; some giving also in Greece. No grants to individuals. 1168. Archive of Contemporary Music, New York, NY. $60,000, 2007.

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1194. Westminster College, Fulton, MO. $15,000, 2007. For Winston Churchill Memorial and Library, Outreach and Archival Support. 1195. Westminster College, Fulton, MO. $10,000, 2007. For Winston Churchill memorial and library, outreach and archival support. 1196. Westminster College, Fulton, MO. $10,000, 2007. For Winston Churchill Memorial and Library Conservation and Archival Support. 1197. Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA. $10,000, 2005. For Winston Churchill Memorial and Library Conservation and Museum Renewal. 1198. World Heritage Foundation, Trenton, MI. $60,000, 2005. To create documentary image bank of panographies for World Heritage Sites. 1199. World Heritage Foundation, Trenton, MI. $60,000, 2006. To create documentary image bank of panographies for World Heritage Sites. 1200. World Heritage Foundation, Trenton, MI. $50,000, 2007. For renewed support to create a documentary image bank of panographies for all World Heritage Sites. 1201. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $175,000, 2006. For Cultural Heritage Sites in Countries in or Emerging from Conflict. 1202. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $150,000, 2007. For J.M. Kaplan Fund for protection of sites in Islamic countries. 1203. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $140,000, 2005. For Huapoca Cliff Dwellings Project- inventory and curating of cliff dwellings. 1204. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $140,000, 2006. For Huapoca Cliff Dwellings Project. 1205. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $120,000, 2007. For preservation of sites in Islamic countries. 1206. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For general operating support.

The Jane and Robert Katz Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY; funding also in Ridgefield, CT, and Boston, MA. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships; no loans. 1207. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $50,000, 2005.

Anna Maria & Stephen Kellen Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1208. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005.

Ellsworth Kelly Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in MA and NY. No grants to individuals. 1209. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2006.

The Elbrun and Peter Kimmelman Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC and New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1210. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $35,000, 2007. 1211. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007.

The Kohlberg Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S., with emphasis on CA and MA; giving also in Baja CA, Mexico. No grants to individuals. 1212. Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation, Pleasantville, NY. $250,000, 2005. For preservation project.

John and Janet Kornreich Charitable Foundation, Ltd.
1213. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2007.

The Kraus Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY. No grants to individuals. 1214. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $20,000, 2005.

Samuel H. Kress Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and Europe. No support for art history programs below the pre-doctoral level, or the purchase of works of art. No grants for living artists, or for operating budgets, continuing support, annual campaigns, endowments, deficit financing, capital funds exhibitions, or films; no loans.

1215. Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA. $10,000, 2007. For conservation treatment of Flemish tapestry. 1216. American Academy in Rome, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005. For collections management and preservation. 1217. American Academy in Rome, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1218. American Academy in Rome, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007. To preserve images in photographic archive collections. 1219. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2005. For fellowships. 1220. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2006. For publication. 1221. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $24,000, 2007. For annual meeting. 1222. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2005. For publication. 1223. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina for emergency collection condition assessment. 1224. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For conference, Printed on Paper: The Techniques, History and Conservation of Printed Media. 1225. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $7,500, 2006. For conferences/seminars. 1226. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $30,000, 2007. For Conservation Fellowship Kimberly High School Muir. 1227. ARTstor, New York, NY. $30,000, 2007. For Kress Collection paintings images and catalogue data. 1228. Association of Art Museum Curators Foundation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina for funds to assist curators in region. 1229. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. $30,000, 2006. For conservation fellowship. 1230. Brooklyn Stained Glass Conservation Center, Brooklyn, NY. $32,500, 2005. For fellowships. 1231. Brooklyn Stained Glass Conservation Center, Brooklyn, NY. $30,000, 2006. For fellowship support. 1232. Brooklyn Stained Glass Conservation Center, Brooklyn, NY. $20,000, 2007. 1233. Cambridge University, Hamilton Kerr Institute, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England. $30,000, 2005. For fellowships. 1234. Century Association Archives Foundation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For Charles A. Platt Albumen Print Restoration Project. 1235. Columbia University, New York, NY. $50,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1236. Columbia University, New York, NY. $18,500, 2007. For graduate student internships, Tarimi mansions documentation project, Yemen. 1237. Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For Paintings Specialty Group publication. 1238. Frick Collection, New York, NY. $65,000, 2007. For inaugural symposium for the Center for the History of Collecting in America. 1239. Give2Asia, San Francisco, CA. $9,500, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1240. Heritage Preservation, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For Heritage Health Index. 1241. Historic House Trust of New York City, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1242. Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, OH. $25,000, 2007. For research project, Lightfastness Correlation. 1243. Jerusalem Foundation, New York, NY. $35,000, 2005. For collections management and preservation. 1244. Louisiana Landmarks Society, New Orleans, LA. $10,000, 2006. For Project Roof Aid. 1245. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $30,000, 2007. For Kress Curatorial Fellowship. 1246. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For fellowship support. 1247. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For research. 1248. Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY. $12,500, 2007. For collections planning project. 1249. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $60,000, 2007. For conservation, image collections.

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1250. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina for emergency stabilization of historic properties. 1251. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For Gulf Coast recovery and preservation efforts. 1252. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $25,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. 1253. New York Preservation Archive Project, New York, NY. $12,500, 2007. For Bard Birthday Breakfast Benefit and preservation history database project. 1254. New York Preservation Archive Project, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. For research. 1255. New York Preservation Archive Project, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. For general operating support. 1256. New York University, New York, NY. $110,000, 2007. For Kress Collection Paintings Conservation Program. 1257. New York University, New York, NY. $18,000, 2007. For Conservation Legacies of L’Alluvione. 1258. New York University, New York, NY. $15,000, 2007. For summer program in Preventive Conservation. 1259. Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA. $30,000, 2007. For Conservation Fellowship. 1260. Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA. $15,000, 2007. For photographic conservation workshops for Central European professionals. 1261. Pompeii Trust, Bradford, England. $20,000, 2005. For collections management and preservation. 1262. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. $25,000, 2007. For reconstructing Thera frescoes. 1263. Southeastern Museums Conference, Atlanta, GA. $5,000, 2006. For Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. 1264. Stanford University, Stanford, CA. $25,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1265. State Hermitage Museum Foundation of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. $50,000, 2005. For collections management and preservation. 1266. State Hermitage Museum Foundation of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. $50,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1267. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. $30,000, 2007. For Conservation Fellowship. 1268. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. $10,000, 2007. For summer conservation program. 1269. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. $30,000, 2007. For Conservation Fellowship. 1270. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. $12,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1271. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. $85,000, 2007. For Contini-Volterra Photographic Archive project. 1272. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. $30,000, 2007. For Curatorial Fellowship. 1273. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $300,000, 2007. For European Preservation Program. 1274. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $289,000, 2005. For collections management and preservation. 1275. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $145,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1276. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $130,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1277. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1278. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $100,000, 2007. For European Preservation Program. 1279. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $56,000, 2005. For collections management and preservation. 1280. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $55,000, 2005. For collections management/preservation. 1281. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For collections management/preservation. 1282. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,500, 2005. For general operating support. 1283. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,500, 2006. For general operating support. 1284. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,500, 2007. For Hadrian Award.

1285. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For Saint Anne’s Church, Prague, and Strawberry Hill, England. 1286. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,048, 2006. For general operating support. 1287. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. For general operating support. 1288. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. For general operating support.

The Leonard and Evelyn Lauder Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY, with some funding in CA. No grants to individuals. 1289. New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, NY. $17,500, 2005.

Leon Levy Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1290. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Brooklyn, NY. $377,880, 2007. For conservation program. 1291. Center for Jewish History, New York, NY. $227,167, 2007. For archival scholarship. 1292. Center for Khmer Studies, New York, NY. $24,000, 2006. For museum inventory project. 1293. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, MA. $50,000, 2007. For archive project. 1294. Jewish Museum, New York, NY. $120,344, 2007. For archive/ cataloging. 1295. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $50,000, 2006. For object conservation and study. 1296. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $50,000, 2007. For conservation project. 1297. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $47,721, 2006. For conservation project. 1298. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $43,500, 2007. For archive project. 1299. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $119,332, 2007. For archive project. 1300. Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, New York, NY. $110,000, 2007. For archive project. 1301. Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, NY. $155,000, 2007. For archive project. 1302. Ping Chong and Company, New York, NY. $86,000, 2007. For archive project. 1303. Poets House, New York, NY. $71,418, 2007. For archive project. 1304. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $24,000, 2006. For operating support. 1305. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $12,000, 2006. For operating support. 1306. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For unrestricted operating support.

Linden Trust For Conservation
(formerly Lawrence and Dana Linden Family Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MA, and New York, NY. No grants, or scholarships, gifts, or loans to individuals. 1307. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $5,000, 2006.

The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis; international activities limited to East and Southeast Asia. No support for medical or healthcare projects. No grants to individuals (except for specially designated programs), or for endowments, domestic building campaigns, annual fund drives; no loans. 1308. Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH. $75,000, 2005. For Permanent Installation of American Art Collection. 1309. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. $35,000, 2007. To conserve American paintings. 1310. Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA. $10,000, 2005. For Conservation of Benjamin Wests Return of Prodigal Son. 1311. American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA. $40,000, 2007. To conserve Historic American Textiles and Costumes.

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1312. Art 21, New York, NY. $75,000, 2005. To develop Art21 Archive. 1313. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $30,000, 2007. For treatment of 19th Century frames and 20th Century furniture. 1314. Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD. $20,000, 2007. For treatment of frames for Early American Paintings. 1315. Barnes Foundation, Merion, PA. $75,000, 2007. To conserve 19th Century Native American Ceramics. 1316. Bowdoin College, Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME. $75,000, 2005. To reinterpret American Art Collection. 1317. Bowdoin College, Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME. $15,000, 2007. For conservation and reframing of American paintings. 1318. Brigham Young University, Museum of Art, Provo, UT. $30,000, 2005. For reinstallation of American Art Collection. 1319. Brookgreen Gardens, Pawleys Island, SC. $20,000, 2007. For conservation of Gardens outdoor American sculptures. 1320. Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY. $100,000, 2006. To catalogue and research American Fine Art Collection. 1321. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY. $15,000, 2007. To conserve Outdoor American Sculpture. 1322. Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH. $15,000, 2007. To restore paintings from original collection. 1323. Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA. $60,000, 2007. To conserve suite of late neoclassical period furniture. 1324. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, IA. $30,000, 2008. For clean-up and recovery efforts after floods. 1325. Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX. $60,000, 2007. To conserve signature outdoor sculpture by Donald Judd. 1326. Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA. $125,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For reinstallation and reinterpretation of American Art Collection. 1327. Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH. $150,000, 2006. To reinstall and reinterpret American Art Collection. 1328. Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH. $35,000, 2007. To conserve American Modernist Sculpture. 1329. Clyfford Still Museum, Denver, CO. $50,000, 2007. To conserve paintings from Stills personal collection. 1330. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, VA. $125,000, 2005. 2-year grant. To reinstall and reinterpret American folk art collection. 1331. Columbia University, New York, NY. $20,000, 2007. For internships at library to conserve New Leader Magazine. 1332. Cooper-Hewitt Museum, The Smithsonians National Museum of Design, New York, NY. $150,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To digitize American works from Permanent Collection. 1333. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2007. To conserve period frame for monumental Bierstadt painting. 1334. Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, Jacksonville, FL. $40,000, 2007. To conserve American bronze sculpture. 1335. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE. $18,000, 2007. To restore John Sloan paintings and related works from permanent collection. 1336. Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. $50,000, 2007. To conserve Navajo Textiles. 1337. Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI. $150,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For reinstallation of American Art Collection. 1338. El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY. $120,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For research and cataloging of permanent collection. 1339. Figge Art Museum, Davenport, IA. $120,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Grant Wood Archives Project. 1340. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007. For Preliminary Design Plan for Federal Hall National Memorial. 1341. Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL. $15,000, 2007. To conserve pieces of furniture from Oak Park Home and Studio. 1342. Georgia OKeeffe Museum, Santa Fe, NM. $100,000, 2007. To conserve works recently acquired from O’Keeffe Foundation. 1343. Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI. $20,000, 2007. To refurbish or provide new frames for American paintings. 1344. Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN. $75,000, 2007. To conserve period frames for American 19th-Century paintings. 1345. Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington, DC. $200,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For Conservation Bookshelf. 1346. Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington, DC. $30,000, 2007. For National Conservation Summit. 1347. Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington, DC. $30,000, 2008. For Third Round of Collections Bookshelf Project. 1348. International Center of Photography, New York, NY. $100,000, 2006. For Online Collections Resource Project.

1349. Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, Long Island City, NY. $100,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For catalogue and to digitize photographic archive. 1350. Jewish Museum, New York, NY. $40,000, 2007. To conserve newly acquired vintage American photographs. 1351. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA. $50,000, 2007. To conserve monumental mural by Kenneth Noland. 1352. Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NY. $20,000, 2007. To conserve paintings and works on paper for traveling exhibition. 1353. Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY. $45,000, 2007. To conserve Ceramic Wall Relief by Robert Arneson. 1354. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA. $14,200, 2007. To conserve large-scale work by California artist Ed Moses. 1355. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $100,000, 2007. To conserve American paintings and furniture for reinstallation. 1356. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX. $150,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For Latino Art Documents Project. 1357. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX. $35,000, 2007. To conserve key neoclassical furniture in Bayou Bend House. 1358. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe, NM. $25,000, 2007. For conservation of Pueblo pottery for exhibition. 1359. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $300,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Museum Archives Collection. 1360. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $30,000, 2007. For conservator to refurbish four Edward Hopper paintings. 1361. National Museum of the American Indian, New York, NY. $50,000, 2007. To conserve works to be installed in survey exhibition. 1362. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $150,000, 2005. For Hurricane Katrina Recovery Fund. 1363. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $30,000, 2007. For Hurricane Katrina Recovery Fund. 1364. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO. $150,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For reinterpretation and reinstallation of American Art Collection. 1365. New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT. $20,000, 2007. To conserve American paintings from permanent collection. 1366. New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY. $75,000, 2008. To create digital archive of Museum’s history and programs. 1367. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $250,000, 2006. For Emergency General Operating Support Post-Hurricane Katrina. 1368. New York State Archives Partnership Trust, Albany, NY. $5,000, 2005. To preserve objects from NY State’s Revolutionary War past. 1369. Newark Museum, Newark, NJ. $15,000, 2007. To conserve paintings for national traveling exhibition. 1370. Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Stockbridge, MA. $100,000, 2007. For first catalogue of permanent collection. 1371. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC. $30,000, 2007. To conserve prominent 20th Century works for new galleries. 1372. Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA. $50,000, 2007. To conserve paintings for installation in new gallery. 1373. Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA. $100,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Archives of California Artists. 1374. Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY. $50,000, 2007. To conserve paintings for reinstallation in new building. 1375. Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA. $50,000, 2007. To conserve historic American wedding garments. 1376. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. $100,000, 2007. To conserve paintings for reinstallation in new galleries. 1377. Phillips Collection, Washington, DC. $20,000, 2007. To conserve newly acquired photographs by Brett Weston. 1378. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem, NC. $15,000, 2007. To conserve several masterworks from permanent collection. 1379. San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX. $200,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To upgrade American Art Collection storage facilities. 1380. Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. $12,000, 2007. For conservation of period frames for two American paintings. 1381. Seventh Regiment Armory Conservancy, New York, NY. $200,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To catalogue and assess American Fine and Decorative Art. 1382. Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH. $100,000, 2005. 2-year grant. To Install American Glass Collection in New Glass Pavilion. 1383. Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH. $20,000, 2007. To conserve rare painted sculpture by David Smith.

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1384. University of Rochester, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY. $40,000, 2007. To conserve American paintings. 1385. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA. $200,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To reinterpret and reinstall American Art Collection. 1386. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT. $50,000, 2007. To conserve American drawings in the permanent collection. 1387. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. $30,000, 2007. To conserve frames for paintings by Alfred Jacob Miller. 1388. Warner House Association, Portsmouth, NH. $20,000, 2007. To restore in situ ceiling paintings by Nehemiah Partridge. 1389. Western Washington University, Western Gallery, Bellingham, WA. $15,000, 2007. For conservation of collection of American Works on Paper. 1390. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. $500,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For Phase I of Permanent Collection Project.

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No grants to individuals, or for travel, capital funds, operating budgets, general undesignated support annual fund appeals, financing, construction or renovation projects, research, scholarships, or fellowships; no loans. 1391. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2006. For the preservation of the papers of Dr. Warren S. McCulloch housed in the Society’s research library. 1392. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. $500,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For project, Preserving the Past and the Present, Looking to the Future: Preserving and Digitizing the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives Collections.

The Louis B. Mayer Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for filmmaking. No grants to individuals; no loans. 1393. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $13,644, 2006. For restoration of Everybody’s Sweetheart. 1394. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation, Rochester, NY. $27,000, 2006. 1395. New York Public Library, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, New York, NY. $15,000, 2006. For restoring Bert Stern’s film of George Balanchine’s Don Quixote. 1396. University of California, Film and Television Archive, Los Angeles, CA. $31,200, 2006. For Hearst Metrotone Newsreels digitization. 1397. University of California, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. $12,000, 2006. For part-time support to incorporate new information into FIAF (International Federation of Film Archives) Treasures Database.

John P. & Anne Welsh McNulty Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NY and PA; some funding also in CO and Washington, DC. No grants to individuals or for scholarships; no loans. 1398. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $25,000, 2005.

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis with some international giving, primarily focused on South Africa. No support for primarily local organizations. No grants to individuals (including scholarships); no loans. 1399. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. $99,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1400. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. $22,500, 2008. For investigation of how natural science collections might be more effectively used and could generate additional sources of revenue for the collecting institution. 1401. American Dance Festival, Durham, NC. $250,000, 2008. 1.75-year grant. For Dance Reconstructions and Development Staff. 1402. American Research Center in Egypt, San Antonio, TX. $478,000, 2008. 2.50-year grant. For acquisition and implementation of computerized collections management system for the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

1403. Amherst College, Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA. $500,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) Phase II, to strengthen the academic role of museum’s collection and programs. 1404. Appalachian College Association, Berea, KY. $740,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For JSTOR (Journal Storage Project) in Appalachia. 1405. Appalachian College Association, Berea, KY. $600,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Library Catalog. 1406. Appalachian College Association, Berea, KY. $500,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For faculty career enhancement programs and expansion of the Central Library shared online catalog. 1407. Appalachian College Association, Berea, KY. $100,000, 2007. To support management of collections purchases for Association’s Central Library, Southeastern Library Network (SOLINET). 1408. Appalachian College Association, Berea, KY. $50,000, 2008. For Archives and Special Collections Evaluation. 1409. Appalachian College Association, Berea, KY. $37,300, 2007. To support inventory of Special Collections at member colleges. 1410. Appalshop, Whitesburg, KY. $800,000, 2008. 4-year grant. For Archives Development. 1411. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. $1,294,000, 2008. 2.25-year grant. For Enhancing Access to Archeological Information, creation of digital repository for US archeological data and reports. 1412. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $2,000,000, 2008. 4-year grant. To establish an endowment for the position of associate scientist in the Department of Conservation; and to sustain essential elements of the collaboration with Northwestern University. 1413. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $500,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For phase II of Conservation Research and Seminars (in collaboration with Northwestern University). 1414. ARTstor, New York, NY. $8,550,000, 2006. 6-year grant. For Collection Development Phase V. 1415. ARTstor, New York, NY. $6,500,000, 2005. 2.75-year grant. For general support. 1416. Asian Art Museum Foundation of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. $1,500,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Conservation Endowment. 1417. Association of Moving Image Archivists, Los Angeles, CA. $48,500, 2008. For Digital Moving Image Archive, planning of a digital moving image archive to preserve video material and make clips available for educational use. 1418. Association Tela Botanica, Montpellier, France. $232,000, 2008. For continued support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants. 1419. Atlanta University Center Consortium, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta, GA. $150,000, 2006. For Strategic Plan for Atlanta University Center (AUC) Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Archives. 1420. Atlanta University Center Consortium, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta, GA. $120,000, 2005. For JSTOR and ARTstor. 1421. Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY. $18,600, 2008. 1.75-year grant. For cataloguing and preservation of Hannah Arendt Collection. 1422. Barnes Foundation, Merion, PA. $650,000, 2006. For Collection Assessment Project. 1423. Barnes Foundation, Merion, PA. $625,000, 2007. For Collections Assessment Project IV, program of collection assessment, research and preservation of the permanent collection. 1424. Barnes Foundation, Merion, PA. $580,000, 2005. For Collections Assessment Project. 1425. Barnes Foundation, Merion, PA. $525,000, 2008. For Collections Assessment Project V, including assessment, research, and preservation. 1426. Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France. $170,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Mellon International Dunhuang Archive - Tibetan Collection. 1427. Boston University, Boston, MA. $95,000, 2008. For Software Programmer to enhance the open source application used for cataloging the Martin Luther King Jr. Collection. 1428. Boston University, Boston, MA. $58,500, 2007. To support planning for collaborative cataloging project with Robert W.Woodruff Library to develop cross-searchable catalog of Martin Luther King, Jr. collections. 1429. Botanische Staatssammlung Munchen, Munich, Germany. $253,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using

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ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1430. Botanische Staatssammlung Munchen, Munich, Germany. $71,000, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1431. Botanische Staatssammlung Munchen, Munich, Germany. $28,700, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka with Association pour l’Etude Taxonomique de la Flore d’Afrique Tropicale (AETFAT). 1432. Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME. $35,000, 2005. For Library Collection Program (in collaboration with Bates and Colby Colleges). 1433. British Council, London, England. $350,000, 2006. For Russian State Library Tolstoy Estate Cataloging. 1434. British Library, London, England. $695,000, 2005. 3.50-year grant. For Conservation Research Agenda for Libraries and Archives. 1435. British Museum, London, England. $572,000, 2006. 6-year grant. For Conservation Science Fellowships. 1436. British Museum, London, England. $161,000, 2006. 1.50-year grant. For Conservation Documentation Pilot Project. 1437. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. $3,925,000, 2005. 4.50-year grant. For Costume Collection. 1438. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. $1,500,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To endow two post-graduate fellowships in conservation. 1439. Buffalo State College Foundation, Art Conservation Department, Buffalo, NY. $1,650,000, 2006. 4-year grant. For Conservation Scientist Endowment. 1440. Bundesarchiv, Koblenz, Germany. $121,000, 2006. For Developing Archival Tools. 1441. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. $145,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1442. Cambridge University, Cambridge, England. $1,243,000, 2008. For further development of database of medieval manuscripts, Matthew Parker on the Web V. 1443. Cambridge University, Cambridge, England. $1,000,000, 2006. 4.50-year grant. To catalog 19th Century British publication. 1444. Cambridge University, Cambridge, England. $231,000, 2005. 2.75-year grant. For conservation and cataloging of archival collection at Churchill Archives Centre. 1445. Canadian Center for Architecture, Montreal, Canada. $406,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For 20th Century Architectural Archive. 1446. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. $3,870,000, 2007. 4-year grant. For continued support for Art Conservation Research Center. 1447. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. $30,000, 2007. For continued support for Art Conservation Research Center. 1448. Center for Research Libraries, Chicago, IL. $433,000, 2005. 1.50-year grant. For Auditing and Certification of Digital Archives. 1449. Childrens Defense Fund, Washington, DC. $55,000, 2008. For inventory and assessment of civil rights leader Marian Wright Edelman Papers. 1450. Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC. $45,000, 2006. For JSTOR Collections. 1451. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. $24,300, 2005. For Archival and Special Collections. 1452. Columbia University, New York, NY. $371,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For preservation of audiotapes in the Oral History Research Office of the Columbia University Libraries. 1453. Columbia University, New York, NY. $160,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Audio and Moving Image Collections Assessment. 1454. Columbia University, New York, NY. $156,000, 2007. For collaboration with University of Maryland at College Park on Collection Building for Web Resources, effort to plan systematic collection and preservation of Web content. 1455. Columbia University, New York, NY. $27,500, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For survey and report of the need for the deacidification of newly acquired print volumes in major research libraries. 1456. Connecticut College, New London, CT. $350,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For collaboration with Trinity College and Wesleyan University to support improvements in library collection development.

1457. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $60,000, 2006. 2.50-year grant. For Preservation Training for Sound and Video Collections. 1458. Conservatoire et Jardin Botaniques, Geneva, Switzerland. $462,000, 2008. For continued support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants. 1459. Conservatoire et Jardin Botaniques, Geneva, Switzerland. $100,000, 2006. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1460. Conservatoire et Jardin Botaniques, Geneva, Switzerland. $44,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1461. Council of American Overseas Research Centers, Washington, DC. $39,500, 2006. 2.25-year grant. For Archive Capital Fees of JSTOR. 1462. Council on Library and Information Resources, Washington, DC. $4,274,000, 2008. 4-year grant. For Special Collections Cataloging Program, organization and implementation of a grantmaking program to catalog special collections in US libraries and archives. 1463. Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England. $300,000, 2007. 1.50-year grant. To support pilot project for conservation documentation in digital form with implementation on The Pieta. 1464. Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England. $48,000, 2008. For Integration of Art Historical and Technical Information, continuing pilot project in conservation and documentation in digital form. 1465. Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England. $28,800, 2006. For Conservation Documentation Pilot Project. 1466. Cunningham Dance Foundation, New York, NY. $40,000, 2006. For Preserving Merce Cunningham’s Loops. 1467. Dance Heritage Coalition, Washington, DC. $700,000, 2008. 2.50-year grant. For Services to the Field and the Secure Media Network. 1468. Dance Heritage Coalition, Washington, DC. $355,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Dance Documentation and Preservation. 1469. Danspace Project, New York, NY. $150,000, 2008. 1.50-year grant. For commissioning, organizational planning, new artistic programs, and Choreographic Center Planning Programs. 1470. Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. $352,000, 2007. 4-year grant. To support development of institutional strategies and policies for managing scholarly and administrative records in digital form. 1471. Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. $1,750,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For Conservation Endowment. 1472. Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. $1,750,000, 2008. 3-year grant. To establish an endowment for the position of paintings conservator and to support essential equipment purchases. 1473. Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI. $1,800,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Conservation Scientist Endowment. 1474. Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI. $200,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Conservation Scientist Endowment. 1475. Digital Library Federation, Washington, DC. $33,025, 2007. To support survey of Moving Image Collections in the U.S. 1476. Duke University, Durham, NC. $814,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For Integrating Digital Papyrology Phase 2, development of an online editing environment for three integrated databases of ancient papyri. 1477. Duke University, Durham, NC. $500,000, 2007. To support integration of Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri with other digital papyrological projects. 1478. Duke University, Durham, NC. $325,000, 2007. 4-year grant. To support development of institutional strategies and policies for managing scholarly and administrative records in digital form. 1479. Duke University, Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, NC. $500,000, 2008. 4-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) Phase II, to strengthen the academic role of museum’s collection and programs. 1480. Dunhuang Research Academy, Dunhuang, China. $50,000, 2008. For planning for international fundraising and further digitization of the Dunhuang caves and cave art. 1481. Ecological Society of America, Washington, DC. $300,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Digitization of JSTOR (Journal Storage Project). 1482. Emory University, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Atlanta, GA. $9,000, 2008. For planning process for the development of curricula to strengthen the academic role of museum.

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1483. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Coral Gables, FL. $54,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For ALUKA Plants Initiative, to continue to organize smaller herbaria in the Caribbean for participation in the Latin American Plants Initiative. 1484. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. $169,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1485. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. $168,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1486. Flora of North America Association, Point Arena, CA. $200,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For participation in Latin American Plants Initiative using JSTOR, building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1487. Florida International University, The Wolfsonian, Miami, FL. $500,000, 2008. 3.50-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) Phase II, to strengthen the academic role of the museum’s collections and programs. 1488. Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Washington, DC. $1,000,000, 2008. 11-year grant. For Collaborative Workshops Endowment, to establish endowment for mid-career workshops in photograph conservation. 1489. Free University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany. $294,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1490. Free University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany. $178,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1491. Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena, Jena, Germany. $280,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1492. Fundacion Instituto Botanico de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela. $78,000, 2008. For support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1493. Gallaudet University, Washington, DC. $500,000, 2005. 1.50-year grant. For Digital Video Archive. 1494. Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen, Gottingen, Germany. $97,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1495. Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen, Gottingen, Germany. $76,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1496. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $3,000,000, 2007. 5-year grant. To endow new Department of Conservation. 1497. George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. $50,000, 2005. For Preservation Planning. 1498. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. $514,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For Exposing and Sharing the Hidden Archive, development of set of automatic archiving relationships between Zotero Web research tool and the Internet Archive. 1499. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. $50,000, 2008. 3.25-year grant. For Mellon Award for Technology Collaboration to endow an annual summer fellowship for graduate students working on open-source software associated with Project Omeka.

1500. George Washington University, Washington, DC. $330,000, 2008. 4-year grant. For Summer Archival Training Institutes for graduate students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. 1501. George Washington University, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Summer Archival Training Institutes. 1502. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. $1,800,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For Conservation Scientist Endowment. 1503. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. $157,000, 2008. 2.50-year grant. To complete cataloguing music manuscripts from Yale and Juilliard for inclusion in International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM). 1504. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. $102,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1505. Harvard University, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA. $476,000, 2006. 6-year grant. For Conservation Science Fellowships at Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies. 1506. Herbario Universitario PORT, Guanare, Venezuela. $20,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For support for Latin American Plants Initiative using JSTOR, building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1507. Heritage Preservation, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2005. For support response efforts for recovery of damaged cultural heritage resulting from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. 1508. Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, CA. $700,000, 2008. 3.25-year grant. For Improving Access to California Historical Collections, including cataloguing of unprocessed manuscript collections. 1509. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. $850,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Ethnomusicological Moving Image Archive - EVIA (Implementation Phase). 1510. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. $389,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To support further development of Digital Library of the Commons (DLC), which provides free access to archive of international literature on the commons, common-pool resources and common property. 1511. Indiana University, Museum of Art, Bloomington, IN. $500,000, 2008. 3.50-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to strengthen the academic role of museum’s collections and programs. 1512. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN. $1,750,000, 2008. 3-year grant. To establish an endowment for the position of scientist in the Department of Conservation. 1513. Instituto de Botanica Darwinion, Buenos Aires, Argentina. $35,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1514. Instituto de Botanica del Nordeste, Corrientes, Argentina. $32,000, 2006. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1515. Instituto de Ecologia, Fundacion para el Desarrollo de la Ecologia FUND-ECO, La Paz, Bolivia. $30,000, 2008. For support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1516. Instituto de Investigacao Cientifica Tropical, Lisbon, Portugal. $50,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1517. International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. $20,000, 2007. To support international training workshop on preservation and conservation of audiovisual materials. 1518. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $667,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For Exposing and Sharing the Hidden Archive, development of set of automatic archiving relationships between Zotero Web research tool and the Internet Archive. 1519. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $100,000, 2006. For Mellon Awards for Technology Collaboration. 1520. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $6,000,000, 2005. 1.50-year grant. For NITLE (National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education) Funding. 1521. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $3,700,000, 2005. 4-year grant. For capital support. 1522. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $2,500,000, 2005. 2.25-year grant. For Phase II of Content Development for Aluka, online database of scholarly resources from developing countries, with initial focus on Africa.

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1523. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $2,500,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For National Institute for Teaching and Liberal Education (NITLE) Western Center. 1524. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $2,000,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For National Institute for Teaching and Liberal Education (NITLE) Funding. 1525. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $1,500,000, 2005. For Portico (E-Archive). 1526. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $1,100,000, 2006. 5-year grant. For property transfer. 1527. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $1,000,000, 2006. For Aluka Core Operations Support, Phase IV. 1528. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $500,000, 2005. For NITLE (National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education) Funding. 1529. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $260,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1530. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $48,000, 2005. For Samora Machel Documentation Center. 1531. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $44,000, 2005. For International Botanical Congress and African Plant Initiative as part of Aluka Initiative. 1532. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $40,100, 2005. For BiblioVault. 1533. Ithaka Harbors, New York, NY. $35,000, 2005. For Organization for Open Source Software (OOSS). 1534. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. $792,000, 2008. 2.50-year grant. For initiative to increase scientific expertise in the conservation programs of libraries and archives, including Postdoctoral Fellows in Conservation Science. 1535. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. $731,000, 2007. 1.25-year grant. To support planning for digitization and ingestion of Rose manuscript collection at Bibliotheque Nationale de France into Roman de la Rose site at Johns Hopkins University. 1536. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. $61,200, 2007. For Conservation Science Research Agenda Workshop, supporting development of long-term research agenda addressing conservation issues for collections in US libraries and archives. 1537. JSTOR, New York, NY. $349,000, 2008. 1.50-year grant. For pilot project to digitize art auction catalogs and add them to the JSTOR database. 1538. Kansas University Endowment Association, Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, KS. $1,200,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to increase endowment for strengthening the academic role of museum’s collections and programs. 1539. Library of Congress, Washington, DC. $40,000, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For Photographic Conservation Assessment. 1540. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. $500,000, 2008. 5-year grant. For postdoctoral Conservation Science Research Fellowships at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 1541. Lyrasis, Atlanta, GA. $953,900, 2007. 3-year grant. To support preservation of significant photographic collections held by historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). 1542. Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. $13,000, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1543. Martin Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany. $134,000, 2008. For support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1544. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $50,000, 2005. For Web Interface. 1545. Medieval Academy of America, Cambridge, MA. $28,900, 2008. 1.75-year grant. For Book Publication Series Digitization. 1546. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $5,000,000, 2008. 11-year grant. To endow the program of postdoctoral Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellowships; and to increase the Museum’s permanent endowment for existing curatorial and conservation fellowships. 1547. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $630,000, 2006. 4-year grant. For Photograph Conservation Fellowships.

1548. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $50,000, 2006. For Conservation Documentation Pilot Project (Inventory). 1549. Missouri Botanical Garden, Saint Louis, MO. $572,000, 2006. 4-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1550. Missouri Botanical Garden, Saint Louis, MO. $130,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To continue development of coordinated digital database of images and information on African Plants using JSTOR. 1551. Missouri Botanical Garden, Saint Louis, MO. $50,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1552. Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA. $1,500,000, 2007. 4-year grant. To support Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection. 1553. Morehouse College, Woodruff Library, Atlanta, GA. $50,000, 2006. For Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Archives. 1554. Mount Holyoke College, Art Museum, South Hadley, MA. $500,000, 2008. 3.50-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to strengthen the academic role of museum’s collections and programs. 1555. Musee National dHistoire Naturelle, Paris, France. $596,000, 2008. For continued support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants. 1556. Musee National dHistoire Naturelle, Paris, France. $150,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1557. Musee National dHistoire Naturelle, Paris, France. $65,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1558. Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Santiago, Chile. $63,000, 2008. For Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1559. Museo Nacional de Historia Natural y Antropologia, Montevideo, Uruguay. $18,000, 2008. For Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1560. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $1,270,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For Conservation Scientist Endowment. 1561. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $1,214,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For Giza Archives III: further development of online archives database, Web interface, and digital library; and to endow the Giza Archives. 1562. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $306,000, 2006. 1.50-year grant. For Giza Archives Project. 1563. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. $250,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To support pilot project for conservation documentation of daguerreotypes in digital form. 1564. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX. $500,000, 2006. 5-year grant. For Conservation Science Pilot in collaboration with Menil Collection at Rice University. 1565. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $1,500,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Conservation Scientist Endowment. 1566. National Botanic Garden of Belgium, Meise, Belgium. $229,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants.

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1567. National Botanic Garden of Belgium, Meise, Belgium. $107,000, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1568. National Film Preservation Foundation, San Francisco, CA. $77,000, 2005. 1.50-year grant. For Preservation Field Guide Development. 1569. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $750,000, 2006. 6-year grant. For Imaging Scientist. 1570. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2007. To support pilot project for conservation documentation of Museum inventory into digital form. 1571. National Gallery Trust, London, England. $240,800, 2006. 2-year grant. For Conservation Documentation Pilot Project. 1572. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2006. To support a conference on the state of recovery of New Orleans in the context of historic and cultural heritage. 1573. National University of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia. $50,000, 2008. For Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1574. Natural History Museum, London, England. $375,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1575. Natural History Museum, London, England. $150,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1576. Natural History Museum, London, England. $95,000, 2006. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka and ARTstor. 1577. Natural History Museum, London, England. $80,000, 2006. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1578. Natural History Museum, London, England. $68,000, 2008. For continued support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants. 1579. Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, Vienna, Austria. $428,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1580. Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, Vienna, Austria. $13,000, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka and Association pour l’Etude Taxonomique de la Flore d’Afrique Tropicale. 1581. Nelson Gallery Foundation, Kansas City, MO. $300,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For Conservation Science Pilot Program. 1582. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. $500,000, 2005. To support core curatorial, exhibition, and educational activities, as part of Hurricane Katrina relief. 1583. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY. $482,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1584. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY. $363,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1585. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY. $100,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Digitization of Puerto Rico Collections. 1586. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY. $11,500, 2006. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1587. New York University, New York, NY. $744,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Digital Video Archive (Hemispheric Institute). 1588. New York University, New York, NY. $639,000, 2005. 3-year grant. For Audio Preservation in Research Libraries as part of Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program for Special Collections.

1589. Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA. $557,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For development of digitization services that would be offered to libraries, archives, historical societies, and museums. 1590. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. $134,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For Special Collections of African Manuscripts. 1591. On the Boards, Seattle, WA. $20,000, 2006. For dance programs and archiving. 1592. Online Computer Library Center, Dublin, OH. $23,200, 2007. 2.25-year grant. To support blue-ribbon panel study on sustainable models for long-term digital information preservation and access. 1593. Oxford University, Oxford, England. $1,847,000, 2008. 4-year grant. For Cultures of Knowledge: An Intellectual Geography of the 17th Century Republic of Letters, collaborative programs of research and publication on the intellectual history of 17th-century Europe, and the collection of related scholarly resources. 1594. Oxford University, Oxford, England. $1,162,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For Developing a Digital Repository for Digital Archive Materials. 1595. Oxford University, Oxford, England. $231,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For digitization and development of prototype for online version of Medieval Libraries of Great Britain. 1596. Oxford University, Oxford, England. $101,000, 2008. For final developmental phase of Electronic Enlightenment Phase project. 1597. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. $150,000, 2008. 2.50-year grant. For processing of Anne d’Harnoncourt Archives. 1598. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. $50,000, 2008. For structural improvements to conservation database software, Conservation Tracker. 1599. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. $22,500, 2008. To complete construction and documentation of conservation database software, Conservation Tracker. 1600. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont, CA. $89,000, 2008. For Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1601. Recorded Anthology of American Music, New York, NY. $1,500,000, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For Database of American Music. 1602. Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Art, Providence, RI. $1,000,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to increase endowment for strengthening the academic role of Museum’s collection and programs. 1603. Rhodes College, Memphis, TN. $50,000, 2006. For Civil Rights Digital Archives. 1604. Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. $250,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For cataloguing and digitization of International Library of African Music (ILAM). 1605. RIPM Consortium, Annapolis, MD. $150,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Monumental Music Journals of 19th and Early 20th Centuries. 1606. Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, GA. $260,000, 2005. 1.50-year grant. For scholarly interdisciplinary workshop on technical and art historical achievement of Lorenzo Ghiberti’s Porta del Paradiso. 1607. Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, Atlanta, GA. $150,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For strategic plan forcused toward implementation of records management program for Atlanta University Center Archives and Special Collections. 1608. Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, Atlanta, GA. $65,000, 2008. For software programmer to enhance open-source application used for cataloguing Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection. 1609. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. $750,000, 2005. 5.25-year grant. For Image Permanence Institute. 1610. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. $606,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For Digital Hard Copy Presentation which will support research into preservation of digitally printed materials. 1611. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. $259,000, 2008. For continued support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants. 1612. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. $34,000, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka.

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1613. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $926,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1614. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $676,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1615. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $661,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1616. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $343,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1617. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $98,000, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1618. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $50,000, 2007. To acquire and preserve two volumes of letters to and from Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker. 1619. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $41,000, 2006. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka (HerbScans). 1620. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, England. $40,000, 2006. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka (Herbscans). 1621. Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, England. $476,700, 2006. 3-year grant. For Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (DIAMM). 1622. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Institute of Jazz Studies, New Brunswick, NJ. $296,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For preservation of the Benny Carter and Benny Goodman collections of audio recordings. 1623. Saint Johns University, Collegeville, MN. $151,000, 2008. For planning of a multi-year, international project to catalog digitized Eastern Christian manuscripts from the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Southwest India. 1624. Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO. $199,000, 2008. 1.25-year grant. For development of electronic edition of Latin text, Norman Anonymous. 1625. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $1,750,000, 2007. 4-year grant. To endow Museum Conservation Institute’s directorship. 1626. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $1,500,000, 2007. 4-year grant. To endow Advanced Training Program in Ethnographic and Archeological Conservation at National Museum of the American Indian (NAMI). 1627. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $321,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1628. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $234,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1629. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $91,000, 2008. For Universidad de Panama’s participation in Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1630. Smithsonian Institution, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Washington, DC. $1,100,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Cooper-Hewitt Conservation Endowment. 1631. Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC. $150,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Latin American Training Program with Natural History Collections Management. 1632. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Washington, DC. $429,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants.

1633. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Washington, DC. $110,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative in Panama as part of Aluka. 1634. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Washington, DC. $35,000, 2008. To support 4 small Central American herbaria to join Latin American Plants Initiative. 1635. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Washington, DC. $33,000, 2008. For support in Ecuador for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1636. Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago, IL. $2,718,000, 2008. 3.25-year grant. For development of Architecture Visual Resource Network (AVRN), online visual database of architecture from around the world. 1637. South African Bibliographic and Information Network, Centurion, South Africa. $20,000, 2006. 1.75-year grant. For JSTOR Access. 1638. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria, South Africa. $70,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1639. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria, South Africa. $19,500, 2006. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka with Association pour l’Etude Taxonomique de la Flore d’Afrique Tropicale (AETFAT). 1640. Stanford University, Stanford, CA. $80,000, 2007. To support planning for systematic collection and preservation of Web content. 1641. Stichting tot Exploitatie van het Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, The Hague, Netherlands. $297,000, 2008. 1.75-year grant. For Digital Conservation Documentation Pilot Project (Rembrandt) Phase II. 1642. Stichting tot Exploitatie van het Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, The Hague, Netherlands. $135,000, 2007. For pilot project for conservation documentation in digital form. 1643. Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, Sweden. $340,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To support development of coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American and African Plants using JSTOR. 1644. Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. $250,000, 2008. 1.75-year grant. For Cataloging the Historical Recordings of the Belfer Audio Archive. 1645. Tate Gallery, London, England. $245,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Sculpture Conservation. 1646. Tate Gallery, London, England. $50,000, 2006. 1.25-year grant. For Sculpture Conservation. 1647. Trust for African Rock Art, Palo Alto, CA. $50,000, 2006. For African Rock Art Digitization. 1648. Trust for African Rock Art, Palo Alto, CA. $25,000, 2007. To support completion of documentation of digitized slides of African rock art. 1649. UNAM Foundation, Instituto de Biologia, San Antonio, TX. $72,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1650. Universidad Externado de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia. $70,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1651. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $925,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For Digital Cuneiform Library, digitization of primary source documents from ancient Near Eastern civilizations for the purposes of preservation and scholarly access. 1652. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $750,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For Cataloging the Rare Book Backlog, cataloging of unprocessed collections of rare and unique materials in the UCLA Library. 1653. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $493,000, 2007. 1.50-year grant. To support further development of scholarly resources (Virtual Libraries) documenting material and intellectual culture of Carolingian (Saint Gall) monastic society. 1654. University of California, Berkeley, CA. $397,000, 2007. 3.25-year grant. To support survey of manuscript collections held at Bancroft Library.

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1655. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $143,000, 2007. 2.25-year grant. To support pilot project to train graduate students to process special collections. 1656. University of California, Berkeley, CA. $110,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1657. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $23,400, 2007. To support workshop that explores technological, research, and cultural heritage issues affecting digital cuneiform studies. 1658. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $6,000, 2008. For professional development for fellows in Getty Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation Program. 1659. University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, CA. $957,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Managing Archival Collections - Phase II. 1660. University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. $348,000, 2008. 3.50-year grant. For Archives and Public Culture research and senior fellows. 1661. University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. $210,000, 2007. 3-year grant. Toward preservation and publication of works relating to Bleek and Lloyd collection, archive of anthropological and ethnographic information related to various African tribes (usually Bushmen) and their languages. 1662. University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. $10,000, 2005. For efforts to create comprehensive catalog of archived materials of Black Sash organization. 1663. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $700,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For Preservation of the Persepolis Fortification Archive II, digitization of primary source documents from ancient Near Eastern civilizations for the purposes of preservation and scholarly access. 1664. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $617,000, 2006. 3.25-year grant. For Processing Chicago Area Archives. 1665. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $526,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Preservation of Persepolis Fortification Archive. 1666. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $473,000, 2005. For BiblioVault. 1667. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. $49,000, 2006. For Surveys of Archival Collections. 1668. University of Chicago, Smart Museum of Art, Chicago, IL. $1,250,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to increase endowment to strengthen the academic role of museum’s collections and programs. 1669. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. $250,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For African National Congress Archives. 1670. University of Delaware, Newark, DE. $281,100, 2007. 3-year grant. To support preservation of significant photographic collections held by historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). 1671. University of Delaware, Newark, DE. $95,000, 2006. For Photograph Conservation Digital Media Workshop. 1672. University of Delaware, Newark, DE. $10,000, 2005. For recovery efforts by Art Conservation Department, focused on disaster recovery workshops and staff training at affected sites in Biloxi, Mississippi. 1673. University of Delaware, Department of Art Conservation, Newark, DE. $469,000, 2005. 5.50-year grant. For Collaborative Workshops. 1674. University of Delaware, Winterhur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, Newark, DE. $403,000, 2005. To provide sustained recovery and conservation assistance to cultural institutions on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. 1675. University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. $750,000, 2005. 4-year grant. For Retrospective Conservation. 1676. University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. $244,000, 2008. For Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1677. University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. $139,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1678. University of Florence, Museo di Storia Naturale, Florence, Italy. $49,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka.

1679. University of Fort Hare, Alice, South Africa. $100,000, 2007. 2.50-year grant. To support strengthening of library collections and resources in humanities and social sciences. 1680. University of Fribourg, Abbey Library of Saint Gall, Fribourg, Switzerland. $985,000, 2007. 2-year grant. To support further development of scholarly resources documenting material and intellectual culture of Carolingian monastic society. 1681. University of Graz, Graz, Austria. $54,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1682. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany. $140,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For African Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1683. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany. $134,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For African and Latin American Plants Initiative using JSTOR, building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1684. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. $604,000, 2006. 3.25-year grant. For Rare Book Cataloging. 1685. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. $100,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For Mellon Award for Technology Collaboration to develop open-source software in association with Project Archon. 1686. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. $23,300, 2008. For Developing a Test for Object Reuse and Exchange (ORE), development of prototype computer applications that would test the coherence and utility of an emerging protocol for the reuse and exchange of digital objects. 1687. University of London, London, England. $92,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Warburg Institute’s correspondence of Aby Warburg. 1688. University of London, Institute for Historical Research, London, England. $900,000, 2006. 2.25-year grant. For Institute of Historical Research/ British History Online II. 1689. University of Maryland-College Park, College Park, MD. $35,000, 2007. To support development of plans for implementing automated auditing technologies in two digital preservation archives. 1690. University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL. $50,000, 2007. 1.25-year grant. To support planning for International Cultural Heritage Law Bibliography. 1691. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. $329,000, 2005. 2.25-year grant. For Metrics for Use in Special Collections. 1692. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. $152,000, 2008. For continued support for Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1693. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. $84,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1694. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. $29,600, 2006. 1.50-year grant. For Digital Archival Record Strategies. 1695. University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO. $502,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To support improving access to Goldin collection in Marr Sound Archives, sound recordings reflecting American experience as reflected in recorded sound, with comprehensive holdings in jazz as well as classical and operatic recordings. 1696. University of Missouri, Saint Louis, MO. $50,000, 2007. 1.25-year grant. To plan for census of 18th Century British periodicals. 1697. University of Missouri, Saint Louis, MO. $50,000, 2008. For planning for 18th-Century British Periodicals Census - Part II. 1698. University of Montpellier II, Montpellier, France. $123,000, 2008. For continued support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants. 1699. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. $937,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To support collaboration between University of North Carolina and University of North Carolina Press to publish The Long Civil Rights Movement. 1700. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. $363,000, 2005. 2.25-year grant. For Andre Savine Collection: Special Collections.

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1701. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. $218,000, 2007. 2.75-year grant. For Phase II of work to catalog special Serials Collection, materials relating to post-1917 Russian diaspora in Andre Savine Collection. 1702. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. $216,000, 2006. 2.25-year grant. For Southern Historical Collection Archive. 1703. University of North Carolina, Ackland Museum of Art, Chapel Hill, NC. $1,250,000, 2008. 11.25-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to establish endowment to strengthen academic role of museum’s collections and programs. 1704. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. $450,000, 2008. 2.25-year grant. For Cataloging Lea Library’s special collections that document early modern church history. 1705. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. $69,500, 2007. To support planning for systematic collection and preservation of Web content. 1706. University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil. $35,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Latin American Plants Initiative as part of Aluka. 1707. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. $305,000, 2007. 3-year grant. To support development of content for Internet Mission Photography Archive. 1708. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. $15,000, 2007. To support meeting to plan design competition focused on usability features of large-scale, interactive digital library. 1709. University of Texas, Austin, TX. $49,000, 2008. For Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1710. University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, Austin, TX. $312,000, 2007. 3.25-year grant. To support conservation and preservation of photographic prints held the Center. 1711. University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. $600,000, 2008. 4.50-year grant. For South African Rock Art Digital Archive (SARADA). 1712. University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. $25,000, 2005. For South African Rock Art Digital Archive. 1713. University of the Witwatersrand, Rock Art Research Institute, Johannesburg, South Africa. $45,000, 2007. 2-year grant. For South African Rock Art Digital Archive (SARADA). 1714. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. $1,194,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For development and user testing of Project Decapod, a low cost, easy-to-use hardware and software rig for small-scale digitization projects, in association with the University of Kaiserslautern/Deutsches Forschungszentrum. 1715. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. $1,500,000, 2008. 3-year grant. To establish library preservation system. 1716. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. $50,000, 2008. 1.50-year grant. For Mellon Award for Technology Collaboration to develop open-source software associated with Project Greenstone. 1717. University of Warwick, Coventry, England. $6,800, 2008. For planning meeting for study of Venetian Renaissance Bronzes. 1718. University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. $67,000, 2008. For Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on Latin American plants. 1719. University of York, York, England. $29,000, 2005. 1.25-year grant. For Scholarly Assessment of Special Collections. 1720. Vassar College, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY. $1,200,000, 2008. 4-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to establish endowment to strengthen the academic role of museum’s collections and programs. 1721. Villanova University, Villanova, PA. $50,000, 2008. For Mellon Award for Technology Collaboration to develop open-source software associated with Project VuFind. 1722. Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy, Charlottesville, VA. $327,000, 2008. For Developing Prototype Online Prosopographical Database of the American Founding Era. 1723. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, VA. $288,000, 2007. 3-year grant. Toward improving access to Society’s unprocessed manuscript collections.

1724. W G B H Educational Foundation, Boston, MA. $386,000, 2006. 1.50-year grant. For Audio and Moving Image Archive Assessment Special Collections. 1725. Wageningen University, Department of Plant Sciences, Wageningen, Netherlands. $518,000, 2008. 2-year grant. For continued support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using JSTOR, building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants. 1726. Walters Art Gallery Endowment Foundation, Baltimore, MD. $2,060,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For Curatorial Fellowships Endowment. 1727. Williams College, Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA. $1,270,000, 2008. 3-year grant. For College and University Art Museum Program (CUAM) award to increase endowment to strengthen academic role of museum’s collections and programs. 1728. Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA. $225,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For continued support for position of Conservator-Scientist. 1729. Yale University, New Haven, CT. $789,000, 2005. 3.50-year grant. For Cataloging Historical Audio Collections, collaborative project with New York Public Library and Stanford University - Special Collections. 1730. Yale University, New Haven, CT. $296,000, 2008. For The Conservators Tool-Kit, community-based design process leading to the potential development of conservation documentation software, in collaboration with the British Museum, The National Gallery - London, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1731. Yale University, New Haven, CT. $294,000, 2008. 2-year grant. To incorporate Oral History of American Music project into the Yale University Library. 1732. Zamorano, Escuela Agricola Panamericana, Fairfax, VA. $20,000, 2008. For support for African and Latin American Plants Initiative using ALUKA (not-for-profit initiative partnering with key libraries, museums, and archives around the globe to build sustainable digital library of collections from and about the developing world, focusing, to begin with, on Africa) building coordinated digital database of images and information on African and Latin American plants.

The Robert and Joyce Menschel Family Foundation
(formerly The Robert and Joyce Menschel Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No grants to individuals. 1733. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2006.

Mercury Foundation of New York, Inc.
(formerly Amy and Larry Robbins Foundation, Inc.) Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1734. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $12,000, 2007. For acquisitions of art, guardianship and maintenance of the museum and its collection. 1735. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For acquisitions of art, guardianship and maintenance of Museum and art collection.

Mertz Gilmore Foundation
(formerly Joyce Mertz-Gilmore Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis for Human Rights; also giving in the Northeast and New York City for Climate Change Solutions, and in New York City for Dance and Communities programs. No support for sectarian religious concerns. No grants to individuals, or for endowments, annual fund appeals, fundraising events, conferences, workshops, publications, film or media projects, scholarships, research, fellowships, or travel. 1736. New York Public Library, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, New York, NY. $70,000, 2005. For preserving the records of America’s Dance Boom.

The Ambrose Monell Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1737. Bedford Hills Historical Museum, Bedford Hills, NY. $15,000, 2007. For Jaap Ketting Document Preservation Fund.

Nash Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY and Israel. No support for political organizations. No grants to individuals or for conferences.

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Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $15,000, 2008. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $12,500, 2008. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $20,000, 2008.

The New York Community Trust
Limitations: Giving limited to the metropolitan New York, NY, area. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for deficit financing, emergency funds, building campaigns, films, endowment funds, capital projects or general operating support. 1742. Apollo Theater Foundation, New York, NY. $62,000, 2007. To help develop and promote archives. 1743. Bach-Archiv, Leipzig, Germany. $500,000, 2006. For publications, fellowships, and special projects at Research Institute and Bach Museum. 1744. Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Brooklyn, NY. $50,000, 2006. 2-year grant. To preserve documents recounting history of America’s first community development corporation. 1745. Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY. $10,000, 2005. To help catalog, preserve, and make accessible archive collection. 1746. Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY. $40,000, 2006. To computerize obsolete card catalogue. 1747. Coney Island History Project, Brooklyn, NY. $10,000, 2008. To preserve folklore of Coney Island through oral history archive. 1748. Friends of the New York City Fire Department Collection, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007. For Children’s Fire Safety Education Room and general operating support. 1749. Handweaving Museum and Arts Center, Clayton, NY. $15,000, 2006. For capital drive to update archives for preservation of collection of textiles. 1750. Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame, Goshen, NY. $10,000, 2006. Toward preserving collection of drivers old silks, especially those of T.W. Murphy. 1751. Horticultural Society of New York, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. To upgrade library catalogue system to provide increased access via World Wide Web. 1752. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $6,000, 2007. For general support. 1753. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $5,000, 2005. 1754. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $5,000, 2006. 1755. Kingsway Jewish Center, Brooklyn, NY. $10,000, 2005. For preliminary studies to preserve stained glass windows designed by Adolph Gottlieb. 1756. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1757. Medici Archive Project, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1758. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $62,500, 2005. For Friends of Watson Library, Department of Objects Conservation, work of Maryan Ainsworth, and for Friends of European Painting. 1759. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $40,000, 2005. For Maryan Ainsworth’s research, general support of European paintings department, Friends of European Paintings department, and for Objects Conservation. 1760. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX. $250,000, 2006. For Department of Conservation and Annual Fund Drive. 1761. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX. $150,000, 2005. For conservation programs at Museum. 1762. Nantucket Preservation Trust, Nantucket, MA. $160,000, 2008. For general support of Nantucket Seaport Archive. 1763. Nantucket Preservation Trust, Nantucket, MA. $60,000, 2008. For Nantucket Seaport Archive. 1764. Nantucket Sustainable Development Corporation, Sustainable Nantucket, Nantucket, MA. $80,000, 2007. For Nantucket Seaport Archive. 1765. New York Academy of Medicine, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For conference for public health officials on disaster management based on experiences of September 11th, Hurricane Katrina, and London subway bombing. 1766. New York Preservation Archive Project, New York, NY. $30,000, 2006. 2-year grant. To document history of New York’s preservation movement. 1767. New York Preservation Archive Project, New York, NY. $20,000, 2008. For general support. 1768. New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations, New York, NY. $50,000, 2005. To be added to emergency fund for branch libraries.

1769. New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations, New York, NY. $30,000, 2005. To be added to emergency fund for branch libraries. 1770. New York Society Library, New York, NY. $10,000, 2008. To establish Penelope K. Bardel Book Fund. 1771. Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, NY. $6,000, 2008. For Conservation, Education and Training. 1772. Quogue Free Library, Quogue, NY. $20,000, 2005. For technological improvements for card catalogue, and to add to endowment for future construction and expansion of library. 1773. Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ. $95,300, 2005. For project to continue to conserve and access to historical materials related to shorthand through digitizing and developing Web-based access to Digital Images. 1774. Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ. $94,000, 2008. For conservation and access to historical materials related to shorthand through digitizing and developing web-based access to digital images. 1775. Romare Bearden Foundation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. To expand earned income base. 1776. State University of New York at Albany, Regents Research Fund, Albany, NY. $100,000, 2005. For work of States Impact on Federal Education Policy Archival Project. 1777. Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY. $30,000, 2006. For program support and collections. 1778. Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY. $20,000, 2007. For Open Mind Online Digital Archive Project. 1779. Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY. $10,000, 2006. For Open Mind Online Digital Archive. 1780. University of the State of New York, Regents Research Fund, Albany, NY. $250,000, 2007. For fifth year of work of States Impact on Federal Education Policy Archival Project. 1781. Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, Woodstock, NY. $10,000, 2005. For Shamanic Archives. 1782. Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, Woodstock, NY. $10,000, 2006. For general support of Shamanic Archives. 1783. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1784. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1785. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1786. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. For general support. 1787. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. 1788. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007. For general support. 1789. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2008. For general support.

New York Life Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York and Westchester County, NY; giving also to national organizations serving two or more of the following cities and regions: Phoenix, AZ, Los Angeles, Sacramento, and San Francisco, CA, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and Tampa, FL, Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, Westwood/Boston, MA, Detroit, MI, Minneapolis, MN, Kansas City, MO, Clinton/Hunterdon, Middlesex, and Morris/Parsippany counties, NJ, Cleveland, OH, Philadelphia, PA, Austin, Dallas, and Houston, TX, Salt Lake City, UT, Richmond, VA, and Seattle, WA. No support for religious or sectarian organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, fraternal, social, professional, veterans’, or athletic organizations, or discriminatory organizations. No grants for seminars, conferences, or trips, endowments, memorials, or capital campaigns, fundraising events, telethons, races, or other benefits, goodwill advertising, or basic or applied research. 1790. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $400,000, 2005. 1791. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $400,000, 2006. 1792. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $400,000, 2007.

The New York Times Company Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on the New York, NY, metropolitan area. No support for religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community. No grants to individuals, or for capital campaigns, or health, drug, or alcohol therapy purposes; no loans.

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1793. American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA. $10,000, 2005. For general operating support for newspaper preservation. 1794. New York City Center, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. For score restoration fund to preserve musical theater works for future productions.

Open Society Institute
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis. No support for political parties or organizations connected to political parties. 1811. Central European University Foundation, New York, NY. $150,000, 2005. For cooperation between Open Society Archives and National Security Archives in areas and projects dealing with history of Cold War, documentation of human rights violations, and promotion of freedom of information activities. 1812. Central European University Foundation, New York, NY. $150,000, 2006. For cooperation between Open Society Archives and National Security Archives in areas and projects dealing with history of Cold War, documenting human rights violations, and promoting freedom of information activities. 1813. Central European University Foundation, New York, NY. $30,000, 2006. For cooperation between Open Society Archives and Iraq Memory Foundation on Sulaimanyia workshop for Iraqi human rights professionals on testimony collection and reviewing documentation. 1814. Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre, Geneva, Switzerland. $30,000, 2007. To develop course that seeks to preserve cultural and linguistic heritage of Fur community. 1815. MoeMaKa Radio and Multimedia, San Francisco, CA. $20,000, 2007. For general operating support and for audio visual archive of stories of senior Burmese intellectuals. 1816. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $125,000, 2007. For Center for National Security Studies. 1817. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $55,000, 2006. For Torture Archive, searchable database of primary source documents related to detention and interrogation of individuals by United States in connection with war on terror. 1818. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $55,000, 2007. For Torture Archive, searchable database of primary source documents related to detention and interrogation of individuals by United States in connection with war on terror. 1819. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2005. To provide general operating support for Center for National Security Studies.

The New-Land Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, CO, Washington, DC, and New York, NY; some funding also in London, England. No support for educational institutions, medicine, religion and general social programs. No grants to individuals or for capital campaigns, publications, films, endowment campaigns, building campaigns, or conferences; no loans. 1795. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2005.

Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City. 1796. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2005. 1797. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2006. 1798. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006.

Nicholas Family Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in MA and NY. No grants to individuals. 1799. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005.

Edward John Noble Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan New York, NY, area for arts organizations; St. Catherine’s Island, GA, and the eastern states for conservation projects and family planning; and the Northeast for private colleges and universities. No grants to individuals, or for publications, building funds, equipment, television, films, or performances; no loans. 1800. American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY. $476,885, 2005. For collections management and research. 1801. American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY. $469,401, 2006. For collections management and research. 1802. American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY. $463,846, 2007. For collections management and research. 1803. Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta, GA. $4,359,550, 2007. For archaeological collection. 1804. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $155,000, 2005. For annual support, for Education Division and for drawings. 1805. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $155,000, 2006. For annual support, for Education Division and for drawings. 1806. Museum of Modern Art, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005. 1807. Museum of Modern Art, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006.

The Overbrook Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and Latin America, with emphasis on Brazil, Mexico and Ecuador. No grants to individuals. 1820. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY. $7,500, 2006. For general operating support.

William S. Paley Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1821. Paley Center for Media, New York, NY. $963,111, 2007. For Digital Asset Management. 1822. Paley Center for Media, New York, NY. $250,000, 2006. For digital asset management.

A. Lindsay and Olive B. O’Connor Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Delaware County, NY, and 7 contiguous rural counties in upstate NY (Broome, Chenango, Greene, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan, and Ulster). No grants to individuals, or for salaries, debt repayment, operating budgets, or deficit financing. 1808. Hanford Mills Museum, East Meredith, NY. $20,000, 2007. For flood repairs - 12/06 redesignated as loan.

Park Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to the eastern U.S., primarily in central NY, Washington, DC, and NC. No grants to individuals. 1823. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $250,000, 2007. For production and distribution of documentary film, Torturing Democracy, and development of companion website. 1824. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $30,000, 2007. For general operating support.

The John R. Oishei Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the Buffalo, NY, area. No support for religious organizations for sectarian or propagation of faith purposes. No grants to individuals, organizations which make grants to others, or lobbying or advocacy for specific political candidates or legislation. 1809. Polish Arts Club of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. $5,000, 2006. To restore sgraffito (painting technique spelled correctly) mural that was moved from Graycliff to Buffalo State College Campus.

The Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for religious or political organizations. No grants to individuals, or for building funds; no loans. 1825. Bank Street College of Education, New York, NY. $117,000, 2005. For capital campaign to classify and catalog Bank Street’s archives. 1826. Frick Collection, New York, NY. $25,000, 2005. For creation of digital archives for art reference library. 1827. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $200,000, 2005. Toward Emergency Fund.

Olive Bridge Fund, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in MA and NY. No grants to individuals. 1810. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $500,000, 2006.

Tina & Steven Price Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals.

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1828. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2006. 1829. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2005.

The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily on a national basis with emphasis on MA, NJ, NY, and RI; limited support is directed towards environmental conservation and reproductive health projects in the Mayan Region of Latin America. No support for sectarian religious activities, political organizations or non-tax exempted organizations. No grants to individuals, or for basic scientific research. 1830. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For Department of Medieval Art and Watson Library. 1831. National Security Archive Fund, Washington, DC. $35,000, 2006. For Nuclear Weapons Nonproliferation Project.

Queensgate Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1832. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $5,000, 2005.

The Stephen D. Quinn Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and UT. No grants to individuals. 1833. ConSource, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2007.

1845. Garth Fagan Dance, Rochester, NY. $20,000, 2008. For Archiving Garth Fagan Dance History. 1846. Genesee Country Museum, Mumford, NY. $14,900, 2006. To consolidate library collection into Pittsburgh and Lehigh Junction rail station, to facilitate re-use of 19th-century rail station and increase library’s accessibility. 1847. Landmark Society of Western New York, Rochester, NY. $15,700, 2006. To digitize photos and records and to create online database. 1848. Landmark Society of Western New York, Rochester, NY. $15,700, 2008. For historic images and records. 1849. Lyons Public Library, Lyons, NY. $23,000, 2006. To establish local history room in new library facility and to preserve and display historical items. 1850. Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, NY. $23,000, 2006. For inventory and documentation of human remains and funerary objects for repatriation to Seneca nation. 1851. Rundel Library Foundation, Rochester, NY. $25,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Many Roads to Freedom: Abolitionism and the Civil War in Rochester project, effort to preserve Rochester’s legacy through digitization and preservation of significant documents in library’s Local History Division.

Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY, and in Central and Eastern Europe (with emphasis on the Balkans), East and Southeast Asia (with emphasis on Southern China), and South Africa. No grants to individuals (for research, graduate study, or the writing of books or dissertations by individuals), or for land acquisitions or building funds. 1852. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2006. For conference, Rebirth: People, Places, and Culture in New Orleans.

The Reed Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan New York, NY, area; some limited funding also in the Caribbean Basin. No grants to individuals. 1834. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,650, 2006.

Charles H. Revson Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY and Israel. No support for local or national health appeals. No grants to individuals generally, or for film projects, endowments, capital or building campaigns or fundraising dinner events. 1835. Center for Governmental Studies, Los Angeles, CA. $200,000, 2005. For development of PolicyArchive net. 1836. Center for Governmental Studies, Los Angeles, CA. $200,000, 2006. To continue development of PolicyArchive.net Internet archive of public policy research. 1837. Center for Governmental Studies, Los Angeles, CA. $50,000, 2005. To complete planning process and to create an Internet based model of new Internet archive of public policy research. 1838. Jewish Media Fund, New York, NY. $200,000, 2006. To support pilot phase of project to create on-line Jewish policy archive. 1839. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $40,000, 2008. To develop a new tool that will enhance educational use of the Web site. 1840. Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation, Pleasantville, NY. $40,000, 2006. To support planning phase of project designed to collect, post and create programming based on digital archive of testimonies of 20th century women. 1841. New York University, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York, NY. $325,000, 2008. For marketing and public education of the Berman Jewish Policy Archive, online and through conferences and lectures. 1842. Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY. $50,000, 2006. To continue development of online archive of interviews and historic figures, jurists, elected officials and academics from public television series, The Open Mind.

The Rockefeller Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City, Africa, North America, and Southeast Asia. No grants to individuals (for personal aid) or except in rare cases, for endowment funds or building or operating funds. 1853. Apollo Theater Foundation, New York, NY. $700,000, 2007. Toward Theater Archive Project, which will establish, maintain and provide access to centralized collection of documents and artifacts about Apollo Theater’s historic legacy and its continued contribution to American culture. 1854. Rockefeller University, New York, NY. $15,000,000, 2007. To endow Rockefeller Archive Center, which holds papers of the Rockefeller family and records of various philanthropic, educational and scientific institutions. 1855. Rockefeller University, Archive Center, New York, NY. $955,512, 2006. Toward operating support associated with preservation and continuing use of Foundation records. 1856. Rockefeller University, Archive Center, New York, NY. $900,099, 2005. Toward operating support associated with preservation and continuing use of Foundation records. 1857. University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, Austin, TX. $250,000, 2005. Toward acquiring and maintaining for public access Watergate Archive, combined papers of Washington Post reporters who first reported story.

Leo Rosner Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. 1858. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $30,000, 2005.

RMF Family Fund, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NJ and NY. No grants to individuals. 1843. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1844. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007.

Arthur Ross Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. 1859. Century Association Archives Foundation, New York, NY. $60,000, 2005.

Rochester Area Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, and Wayne counties, NY, except for donor-designated funds. No support for religious projects. No grants to individuals (except from restricted funds), or for capital or annual campaigns, debt reduction, special events, land acquisition, or endowment or emergency funds.

The Judith Rothschild Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis. No support for multi-media, performance, or for craft or conceptual art. No grants for general operating support, capital projects, endowment funds,

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scholarships, or travel unrelated to art activities under juried grant program. 1860. Dia Art Foundation, New York, NY. $20,000, 2005. To document and catalogue Fred Sandback sculptures. 1861. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. $15,000, 2005. To exhibit and catalogue works by Kate Ericson. 1862. New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. To locate and restore Charles H. Alston murals. 1863. New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, Harlem Hospital Center, New York, NY. $10,000, 2005. To restore and locate Alfred Crimi murals. 1864. Noah Purifoy Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $15,000, 2005. To preserve and archive Noah Purifoy works. 1865. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $10,000, 2005. To microfilm Prentiss Taylor lithographs. 1866. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. $15,000, 2005. To exhibit and catalogue John Swope photographs.

1880. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. $90,000, 2006. 1.25-year grant. To strengthen science of art conservation in New York City. 1881. University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, CA. $500,000, 2005. 4-year grant. For final support for Information Storage Industry Center.

The Jonathan Sobel and Marcia Dunn Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1882. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $25,000, 2005.

Sparkplug Foundation
Limitations: Giving to every state in the USA. Some giving in Israel for projects that involve Palestinian communities. No support for university-based projects, or for non-secular activities. No grants to non-501(c)(3) organizations unless they have a fiscal sponsor. No grants for performances, tickets or tuitions, equipment, computers or for operating support. 1883. Lesbian Herstory Educational Foundation, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007. For archival software to manage photo collection.

The Marilyn and Barry Rubenstein Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1867. Shoah Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2007.

The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY, NJ, Boston and Cape Cod, MA, ME and San Diego, CA. No grants to individuals, or for building funds; no loans. 1884. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $20,000, 2007.

May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City. 1868. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $11,050, 2007.

The Starr Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on New York, NY and emphasis on Asia internationally. No support for religious institutions (except for non-denominational human services). No grants to individuals (except for children of C.V. Starr & Co. and Starr International Co. employees). 1885. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $500,000, 2005. For restoration of Qianlong Garden in Forbidden City, Beijing, PRC. 1886. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $50,000, 2008. For table at Hadrian Award Gala.

The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to New York City. No support for education. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships, fellowships, or film or video projects. 1869. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $50,000, 2005. For Theater on Film and Tape Archive (TOFT). 1870. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $50,000, 2007. For Theatre on Film and Tape Archive (TOFT). 1871. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $50,000, 2008. For support of the New York Public Library’s Theatre on Film and Tape archive. 1872. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. For Theater on Film and Tape Archive (TOFT).

The Staten Island Foundation
(formerly SI Bank & Trust Foundation) Limitations: Giving only in Staten Island, NY. No support for political causes, candidates, or lobbying efforts, fraternal or veterans organizations, business, professional, or civic associations or clubs, animal welfare groups, cemetery associations, or private foundations. No grants to individuals, or for renovations/repairs to places of worship, yearbook advertisements, research including medical research, memorial fundraising events, or tickets to fundraising events. 1887. Noble Maritime Collection, Staten Island, NY. $25,000, 2006. For salary of curator to study, catalogue and make accessible to public two new substantial collections donated to museum. 1888. Staten Island Childrens Museum, Staten Island, NY. $42,328, 2006. For matching challenge grant for refurbishing of museum exhibits. 1889. Staten Island Childrens Museum, Staten Island, NY. $32,672, 2005. For challenge grant for refurbishing of museum exhibits.

The Eric & Erica Schwartz Family Foundation
(formerly Schwartz Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in PA, NY and Washington, DC. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships; no loans. 1873. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $10,000, 2005.

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily focused on U.S. institutions with occasional grants to foreign institutions. No support for non-profit institutions, or for creative or performing arts (except for those that educate the public about science), humanities, religion, or primary or secondary education, or for projects aimed at pre-college students. No grants to individuals (except for research and publication), or for endowment or building funds, medical research, or equipment not related directly to foundation-supported projects; no loans. 1874. Boston Library Consortium, Boston, MA. $85,195, 2007. To hold major summit on mass book digitization. 1875. Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology, Cape Elizabeth, ME. $35,000, 2005. 1.50-year grant. To develop internet memory board as way to collect current and historical information on role of Fulbright scholarships in history of science and engineering. 1876. George Mason University Foundation, Fairfax, VA. $45,000, 2005. To develop digital memory bank for residents of Gulf Coast in wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. 1877. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $2,000,000, 2005. 2-year grant. To launch building of open access archive of millions of books. 1878. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $1,000,000, 2006. 2-year grant. To digitize select high-profile collections from five world-class institutions and strengthen open access approach to recorded knowledge. 1879. Internet Archive, San Francisco, CA. $500,000, 2006. 2-year grant. To help organize and facilitate creation of open, online digital library.

Surdna Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington DC, and NY. No support for international projects, or programs addressing toxics, hazardous waste, environmental education, sustainable agriculture, food production and distribution. No grants for individuals (except for Surdna Arts Teachers Fellowship) or for endowments or land acquisition, capital campaigns or for building construction. 1890. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2006. To expand impact of Trust’s hurricane recovery work in New Orleans by assisting Preservation Resource Center to rebuild city’s neighborhoods.

The Tianaderrah Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY state. No grants to individuals. 1891. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, MA. $11,500, 2005.

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The Tiffany & Co. Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington, DC, NY, and VA. No support for religious, political, social, or fraternal organizations or athletic teams. No grants to individuals, or for capital campaigns, fundraising benefits or events, or athletic events. 1892. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $250,000, 2007. 1893. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $150,000, 2006.

exchange between representatives of Arts Council of Mongolia and conservators at Williamstown Art Conservation Center. 1907. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, MA. $30,000, 2006. For participation by Bulgarian conservators in workshops and related activities in United States and travel by American conservator to Bulgaria.

Vital Projects Fund, Inc. Tomorrow Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1894. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $25,000, 2005. Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships or loans to individuals. 1908. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007.

Trust for Mutual Understanding
Limitations: Giving for exchanges between the U.S. and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, primarily the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Russia, and Slovakia. Support is also provided, to a lesser extent, for exchanges involving Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and Ukraine. No support for large-scale institutional programs lacking an individual exchange component, youth or undergraduate exchanges, economic development, medicine, public health, agricultural issues, or activities pertaining to nuclear weapons and arms control. No grants to individuals, or for fellowships, capital campaigns, deficit financing, endowments, general program and operating costs, salaries, honoraria, publications, library and equipment purchases, film, media, or one-person exhibitions or performance tours. 1895. Center for the Study of Ancient Territories, Austin, TX. $24,000, 2005. To enable conservation specialists from the US to work with colleagues in the Ukraine as part of project, Library and Archival Preservation at the National Preserve of Tauric Chersonesos. 1896. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $37,000, 2007. For international travel in connection with bilateral curatorial exchange between Metropolitan Museum of Art and National History Museum in Bucharest and Museum Complex of Bucovina. 1897. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. $35,000, 2006. To enable director of National History Museum in Bucharest, director of Museum Complex of Bucovina, and conservation specialist from Romania to meet with colleagues at Met and at other American museums. 1898. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. $16,000, 2005. For participation of Russian and Slovenian conservators in Infrared and Ramen Users Group Conference. 1899. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2007. For preservationists from Central and Eastern Europe to participate in 12th International Conference of National Trusts. 1900. New York University, New York, NY. $35,000, 2005. To enable photograph conservation specialists from Central and Eastern Europe to participate in conservation symposium in Prague. 1901. Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA. $45,000, 2007. For bilateral exchange in photographs conservation with Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava in 2008. 1902. Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA. $40,000, 2005. For international travel of conservators from Central and Eastern Europe participating in photographic conservation training program, and of conservators from NEDCC conducting follow-up workshops at Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. 1903. Smithsonian Institution, Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Washington, DC. $40,000, 2007. For conservation specialists from National Museum and National Parliamentary Library in Georgia to participate in training workshop on collections care in Washington, D.C., in fall 2007. 1904. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, MA. $45,000, 2005. To enable conservators to travel to Plovdiv in connection with development of long-term preservation and site management plan for Eirene Archaeological site and of Bulgarian National Conservation Center. 1905. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, MA. $45,000, 2007. For team of Bulgarian conservators, archaeologists, artists, educators, and cultural tourism specialists to visit United States in summer as part of educational program and training workshop on heritage trails. 1906. Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Williamstown, MA. $40,000, 2007. For international travel expenses in connection with bilateral

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 1909. Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. $325,000, 2008. For general support and Time Capsules Cataloguing Project. 1910. Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. $250,000, 2005. 12-year grant. For Catalogue Raisonne. 1911. Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. $150,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For preservation project for artist films. 1912. Bay Area Video Coalition, San Francisco, CA. $80,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For residency and media preservation program support. 1913. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Katrina Relief Emergency Fund, Houston, TX. $100,000, 2006. For visual artists who are victims of Hurricane Katrina and Rita. 1914. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Katrina Relief Emergency Fund, Houston, TX. $75,000, 2007. For visual artists who are victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. 1915. International Association of Art Critics United States Section, New York, NY. $40,000, 2007. For AICAs website and online archive. 1916. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX. $100,000, 2008. For Latin American Art Archive and Publications Project. 1917. New Orleans Museum of Art, Katrina Relief Emergency Fund, New Orleans, LA. $200,000, 2006. For curatorial staff salary support. 1918. Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Katrina Relief Emergency Fund, New Orleans, LA. $100,000, 2006. For staff salary support. 1919. Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Katrina Relief Emergency Fund, New Orleans, LA. $100,000, 2007. For staff salary support. 1920. Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art, Katrina Relief Emergency Fund, Biloxi, MS. $150,000, 2006. For staff salary support. 1921. Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art, Katrina Relief Emergency Fund, Biloxi, MS. $100,000, 2007. For staff salary support. 1922. Tulane University, Newcomb Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA. $50,000, 2008. For Katrina Relief Fund: contemporary art exhibition program.

Weeden Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, primarily in northern CA, the Pacific Northwest, Latin America (Chile), Central Siberia and the Altai Republic in Russia. No grants to individuals; generally no funding for films, conferences, or scientific research. 1923. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2005. 1924. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006. 1925. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2006.

Theodore & Renee Weiler Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Palm Beach, FL, and New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1926. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2005. 1927. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $25,000, 2006.

George and Joyce Wein Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1928. Romare Bearden Foundation, New York, NY. $8,400, 2006.

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John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation
(formerly The Sue Ann and John L. Weinberg Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan New York, NY area; giving also in Greenwich, CT and DE. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships; no loans. 1929. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007.

The Margaret L. Wendt Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Buffalo and western NY. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships. 1930. Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Buffalo, NY. $100,000, 2006. To exhibit and publish catalog for Natalie and Irving Forman collection.

1940. Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA. $21,666, 2006. For Collection Care Initiative component of Campaign for the Future. 1941. Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. $250,000, 2006. To acquire, archive, and display Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection of historical papers. 1942. New Hampshire Political Library, Concord, NH. $5,000, 2007. 1943. Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, Atlanta, GA. $250,000, 2006. To enhance Archives and Special Collections through improvements, staff support, and exhibitions.

The Baruch Fund
Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MA, MD, NJ, and NY. No grants to individuals. 1944. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $5,500, 2005. 1945. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $5,000, 2006.

The Western New York Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the 8th Judicial District of NY (Erie, Niagara, Genesee, Wyoming, Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Chautauqua counties). No support for hospitals or religious organizations. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships, fellowships, or generally for operating budgets or deficit financing. 1931. Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo, NY. $25,000, 2008. For archive and study area equipment.

The Cannon Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NC. No grants to individuals, or for operating budgets, seed money, deficit financing, endowment funds, demonstration projects, research, publications, conferences, seminars, scholarships, or fellowships; no loans. 1946. North Carolina Transportation History Corporation, Spencer, NC. $50,000, 2005. For restoration of steam locomotive. 1947. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem, NC. $50,000, 2005. For climate control improvement project. 1948. Transylvania Community Hospital, Brevard, NC. $50,000, 2005. For picture archiving and communication system.

White Flowers Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Boston, MA and the metropolitan New York, NY, area, including Long Island and Westchester. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships; no loans. 1932. North Haven Historical Society, North Haven, ME. $83,000, 2008. For archives building.

The Marion Stedman Covington Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NC. No grants to individuals. 1949. Lincoln County Historical Association, Lincolnton, NC. $10,000, 2007. For Conditions Assessment.

Dave H. & Reba W. Williams Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY and Fairfield County, CT. No grants to individuals. 1933. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2006. 1934. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $25,000, 2007.

The Duke Endowment
Limitations: Giving limited to NC and SC. No grants to individuals or for deficit financing; no loans. 1950. Sampson Regional Medical Center, Clinton, NC. $150,000, 2005. To assist in implementing picture archiving communications system.

The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1935. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $481,797, 2006. For Robert Wilson archives. 1936. New York Public Library, New York, NY. $314,507, 2005. For Robert Wilson Archives. 1937. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,289,783, 2006. For general operating support. 1938. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $5,229,491, 2007. For general support.

Foundation for the Carolinas
Limitations: Giving primarily to organizations serving the citizens of NC and SC, with emphasis on the greater Charlotte, NC, region. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for deficit financing, capital campaigns, ongoing operating budgets, publications, conferences, videos, travel, equipment, small businesses, business start-up, or advertising. 1951. Rankin Museum of American Heritage, Ellerbe, NC. $8,890, 2005. To catalog and preserve museum collection. Grant made through The Cole Foundation.

Esther & Morton Wohlgemuth Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 1939. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $10,000, 2007.

Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving on a national basis for the Outdoor Classroom Grant Program and Lowe’s Toolbox for Education. No support for national health organizations or their local affiliates, religious organizations, political, labor, veterans’, or fraternal organizations, civic clubs, or candidates, sports teams, animal rescue and support organizations, organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, private schools, or local affiliates or chapters of Habitat for Humanity, the American Red Cross, the United Way, or the Home Safety Council; no support for schools established less than two years ago for Lowe’s Toolbox for Education. No grants to individuals or families, or for academic or medical research, religious programs or events, special events, sponsorship of fundraising events, advertising or marketing, athletic events or athletic programs, arts-based programs, travel-related events, book, film, video, or television program development or production, capital campaigns, endowments, or endowed chairs, continuing education for teachers and staff, institutional overhead and/or indirect costs, memorial campaigns, continuing support, international programs, or tickets to events; no grants for stipends, salaries, scholarships, or third party funding for Lowe’s Toolbox for Education.

NORTH CAROLINA
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving also in London, United Kingdom. No support for discriminatory organizations, political, labor, or fraternal organizations, civic clubs, religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, or public or private pre-K-12 schools. No grants to individuals (except for Joe Martin Scholarships), or for fellowships, sports, athletic events or programs, travel-related events, student trips or tours, development or production of books, films, videos, or televisions programs, or memorial campaigns.

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1952. Save Our Wilkes County History Committee, North Wilkesboro, NC. $10,000, 2008. To establish historical archive system.

The Columbus Foundation and Affiliated Organizations
(formerly The Columbus Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to central OH. No support for religious purposes, or for projects normally the responsibility of a public agency. No grants to individuals, or generally for budget deficits, conferences, scholarly research, or endowment funds. 1968. Capitol Square Foundation, Columbus, OH. $50,000, 2007. To enhance content and impact of Statehouse educational program at Ohio Statehouse Museum. 1969. Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH. $10,000, 2005. For maintenance of collection. 1970. Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH. $10,000, 2005. For rehabilitation of Russell Page sculpture garden. 1971. Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH. $10,000, 2006. For maintenance of collection. 1972. Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH. $10,000, 2007. For maintenance of collection.

OHIO
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to southeastern IN, northern KY, and the greater Cincinnati, OH area. No support for private or parochial religious purposes, units of government or government agencies, schools, hospitals, nursing homes, or retirement centers. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for operating budgets, fundraising drives, event sponsorship, or underwriting, equipment, stand-alone publications or videos, annual campaigns, deficit financing, endowments, travel, fellowships, internships, exchange programs, or scholarly or medical research; no loans. 1953. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH. $50,000, 2006.

Mary S. & David C. Corbin Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Akron and Summit County, OH. No support for organizations which in turn make grants to others. No grants to individuals, or for annual fundraising campaigns, ongoing requests for general operating support, or operating deficits. 1973. Hale Farm and Western Reserve Village, Bath, OH. $75,000, 2006. For historic structures preservation.

The Cleveland Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Cleveland, OH, area, with primary emphasis on Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Lake, and Geauga counties, unless specified by donor. No support for sectarian or religious activities, community services such as fire and police protection, government staff positions, or library and welfare services. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for endowment funds, operating costs, debt reduction, fundraising campaigns, publications, films and audiovisual materials (unless they are an integral part of a program already being supported), memberships, travel for bands, sports teams, classes and similar groups; no capital support for planning, construction, renovation, or purchase of buildings, equipment and materials, land acquisition, or renovation of public space unless there is strong evidence that the program is of priority to the foundation. 1954. Cleveland Artists Foundation, Cleveland, OH. $40,000, 2005. 2-year grant. For documenting and cataloguing historic Cleveland art collection. 1955. Cleveland Grays, Cleveland, OH. $50,450, 2005. For income distribution from Gerber Trust. 1956. East Cleveland Public Library, East Cleveland, OH. $37,500, 2008. To plan Presidential Letters Collection exhibit space. 1957. Friends of the New Netherland Project, Albany, NY. $10,000, 2005. For general support. 1958. Friends of the New Netherland Project, Albany, NY. $10,000, 2006. For general support. 1959. Friends of the New Netherland Project, Albany, NY. $10,000, 2007. For general operating support. 1960. Friends of the New Netherland Project, Albany, NY. $10,000, 2008. 1961. Friends of the New Netherland Project, Albany, NY. $10,000, 2008. For general support. 1962. Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, OH. $69,352, 2007. For general operating support. 1963. Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, OH. $30,000, 2006. 3-year grant. For Education Program Coordinator. 1964. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, OH. $2,000,000, 2006. 2-year grant. For Library and Archives capital project. 1965. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. $30,000, 2007. 3-year grant. For Philanthropic Archives project. 1966. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. $10,000, 2006. For full processing and cataloging of collection related to history of LTV Steel Corporation.

The Agnes Gund Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 1974. Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, New York, NY. $12,500, 2006. For general support. 1975. J. Paul Getty Trust, Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, CA. $225,000, 2006. For general support. 1976. Romare Bearden Foundation, New York, NY. $15,000, 2006. For general support. 1977. Romare Bearden Foundation, New York, NY. $15,000, 2007. For general support.

The George Gund Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in northeastern OH and the greater Cleveland, OH, area. No support for political groups, services for the physically, mentally or developmentally disabled, or the elderly. Generally, no grants to individuals, or for building or endowment funds, political campaigns, debt reduction, equipment, renovation projects, or to fund benefit events. No capital grants to projects that have not adopted green building principles. 1978. Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, Cleveland, OH. $5,000, 2008. For oral histories. 1979. Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, OH. $17,500, 2006. 2-year grant. For education department start-up. 1980. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, OH. $450,000, 2008. For library and archives construction and Hall of Fame induction ceremony. 1981. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, OH. $450,000, 2008. For new library and archives facility. 1982. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, OH. $23,800, 2007. For green planning for library and archives. 1983. Ukrainian Museum-Archives, Cleveland, OH. $10,000, 2006. For operating support.

The Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in northeast OH. No grants to individuals; no loans. 1984. Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, OH. $50,000, 2005. 1985. Intermuseum Conservation Association, Oberlin, OH. $50,000, 2006.

The George W. Codrington Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Cuyahoga County, OH, and the surrounding area. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds; no loans. 1967. Ukrainian Museum-Archives, Cleveland, OH. $5,000, 2006.

The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in northeast OH counties: Ashland, Ashtabula, Carroll, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Holmes, Jefferson, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarwas and Wayne. No grants to individuals, or for lobbying or legislative activities.

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1986. University of Akron, Archives of the History of American Psychology, Akron, OH. $290,000, 2006. For design development study and program support.

of support, for travel, conferences, conventions, group meetings, seminars, or camp programs and other seasonal activities. 1999. Tulsa Archives, Tulsa, OK. $15,000, 2006. For Beryl Ford Collection.

The Nord Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Lorain and Cuyahoga County, OH, areas; also gives secondarily in Denver, CO, Boston, MA, and Columbia, SC. No support for religious or political organizations. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, research, capital campaigns, tickets, or advertising for fundraising activities. 1987. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. $32,500, 2006. For educational programming and for philanthropic archives.

Inasmuch Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Colorado Springs, CO, and OK. No grants to individuals, or endowments. 2000. Seminole Nation Historical Society, Wewoka, OK. $39,000, 2007. For document and to register the permanent collection.

Oklahoma City Community Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Oklahoma City, OK, area. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, deficit financing, debt reduction, capital campaigns, development or fundraising campaigns, or academic research projects; no loans. 2001. Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City, OK. $70,000, 2006. For Kirkpatrick Archive Project. 2002. Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City, OK. $70,000, 2007. For Kirkpatrick Archive Project. 2003. Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City, OK. $69,000, 2007. For Kirkpatrick Family Archive. 2004. University of Central Oklahoma Foundation, Edmond, OK. $5,000, 2007. For African Collection.

The Procter & Gamble Fund
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Washington, DC, NY, and OH, and in China, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Zimbabwe. No support for religious organizations, political, legislative, or fraternal organizations, or athletic, social, or veterans’ organizations. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships) or for endowments; generally, no fundraisers. 1988. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $20,000, 2005. 1989. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $20,000, 2006. 1990. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $20,000, 2007.

The Reinberger Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Columbus and in northeastern OH. No grants to individuals, or for seed money, emergency funds, land acquisition, demonstration projects, or conferences; no loans. 1991. Kent State University Foundation, Kent, OH. $83,000, 2007. For renovation costs for children’s picture book collection. 1992. Kent State University Foundation, Kent, OH. $83,000, 2008. For renovation costs to create space for children’s picture book collection. 1993. Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. $20,000, 2006. For Passing Show. 1994. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, OH. $50,000, 2007. For library and archive project. 1995. Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, Akron, OH. $50,000, 2005. For Conservatory Replication Project.

The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Tulsa, OK, area. 2005. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $15,655, 2005. For operating support. 2006. Tulsa Archives, Tulsa, OK. $10,000, 2006. For general operating support.

OREGON
The Collins Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to OR, with emphasis on Portland. No support for individual religious congregations, elementary, secondary or public higher educational institutions. No grants to individuals, or for endowments, operational deficits, financial emergencies, debt retirement, or annual fundraising activities. 2007. Benton County Historical Society, Philomath, OR. $40,000, 2008. To purchase shelving for the agency’s newly constructed Collection Care Facility. 2008. First United Methodist Church of Portland, Portland, OR. $175,000, 2006. For restoration and rebuild of church’s Mary L. Collins Memorial Organ. 2009. Northwest Photography Archive, Portland, OR. $20,000, 2008. To distribute agency’s inaugural book Wild Beauty: Photographs of the Columbia River Gorge, 1867-1957, to libraries in Oregon, and update agency website.

The Rockwern Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Cincinnati, OH. 1996. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH. $16,829, 2005.

Williamson Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and OH. No grants to individuals. 1997. Business and Media Archives of the Mahoning Valley, Youngstown, OH. $62,383, 2006.

OKLAHOMA
The Barnett Family Foundation, Inc.
(formerly Florence L.J. and Howard G. Barnett Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Tulsa, OK. 1998. Tulsa Archives, Beryl Ford Collection, Tulsa, OK. $5,000, 2006.

The Larson Legacy
Limitations: Giving primarily on an international basis, with some emphasis on India, as well as in the northwestern U.S., with a focus on CA, OR, and WA. No support for religious organizations. 2010. Living Archives, New York, NY. $5,000, 2007.

H. A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in OK. No support for No support to political campaigns, religious programs of religious organizations, or purposes normally funded by taxation or governmental agencies. No grants to individuals, or for endowments, scholarships, deficit financing, debt retirement, projects for which the foundation would be the sole source

Meyer Memorial Trust
(formerly Fred Meyer Charitable Trust) Limitations: Giving primarily in OR and Clark County, WA. No support for sectarian or religious organizations for religious purposes, or for animal welfare organizations, projects that primarily benefit students of a single K-12 school (unless the school is an independent alternative school primarily serving low-income and/or special needs populations). No grants to individuals or for endowment funds, annual campaigns, general

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fund drives, special events, sponsorships, direct replacement funding for activities previously supported by federal, state, or local public sources, deficit financing, acquisition of land for conservation purposes (except through Program Related Investments), or hospital capital construction projects (except through Program Related Investments). 2011. Harney County Library Foundation, Burns, OR. $100,000, 2005. 2-year grant. To expand Harney County Library in order to house its Western History Collection. 2012. Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission, Portland, OR. $12,170, 2006. To conserve and reinstall two murals created by local artists under 1930s Works Progress Administration. 2013. Oregon Fire Service Museum Memorial and Learning Center, Salem, OR. $50,000, 2007. 2-year grant. Toward construction of Fire Museum building at Antique Powerland Museum near Brooks.

E. Rhodes & Leona B. Carpenter Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, NC, NY, PA, TX, and Richmond, VA (for performing arts only). No support for private secondary education, or large public charities. No grants to individuals or for endowments (generally). 2023. Amarillo Art Center Association, Amarillo, TX. $10,550, 2006. Toward restoring and conserving Asian art objects and identifying Tibetan objects in collection. 2024. Athenaeum of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. $5,000, 2007. To help complete conservation housing of Athenauem’s Asian collection. 2025. Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL. $25,000, 2005. For Religious Archives Network. 2026. Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL. $20,000, 2006. For religious archives network. 2027. Cincinnati Museum Association, Cincinnati, OH. $30,000, 2006. Toward restoration costs of eleven Chinese and Japanese paintings. 2028. Cornell University, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY. $40,000, 2005. For conservation treatment for Japanese paintings. 2029. Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco, CA. $30,000, 2006. Toward conservation of six Asian works of art. 2030. Emory University, Divinity School Library, Atlanta, GA. $15,000, 2005. For Divinity School Libray digitization process. 2031. Fairmount Park Art Association, Philadelphia, PA. $20,000, 2006. Toward conservation, treatment, and installation of Asian works of art in collection. 2032. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN. $30,000, 2006. Toward purchase and installation of visible storage room for Asian art collection. 2033. Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, Long Island City, NY. $10,000, 2006. For conservation of eight works. 2034. Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, Long Island City, NY. $10,000, 2007. For three-year program of cataloguing and digitizing collection of photographic objects in collection. 2035. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. $30,000, 2005. For A Technical Study of Ancient Southeast Asian Sculpture conservation research project. 2036. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach, FL. $20,000, 2005. Toward restoration of paintings mounted as hanging scrolls and folding screens. 2037. Scripps College, Claremont, CA. $23,000, 2007. For conservation of Chinese art objects. 2038. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $100,000, 2006. Toward challenge grant to endow position of senior scientist in Department of Conservation. 2039. SPJST Library Archives and Museum, Temple, TX. $10,000, 2007. Toward repairs and restoration of Hanus Building, which will be developed into home for Museum. 2040. University of Delaware, Newark, DE. $10,000, 2006. Toward Asian art conservation activities. 2041. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. $20,000, 2007. Toward conserving Asian art objects in Museum’s collections. 2042. University System of Maryland, Adelphi, MD. $25,000, 2005. To restore Chinese scrolls. 2043. Wheaton College, Norton, MA. $25,000, 2005. To conserve Chinese and Japanese woodblock prints. 2044. Yale University, New Haven, CT. $40,000, 2007. Toward restoring Samurai Armor in Museum’s collection.

The Oregon Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to OR. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes or projects in individual schools. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for annual fund appeals, sponsorship of one-time events or performances, emergency funding, endowments, annual campaigns, deficit financing, scientific research, publications, films, or conferences, unless so designated by a donor. 2014. Benton County Historical Society, Philomath, OR. $10,000, 2007. For collection care facility for Horner Museum collection. 2015. High Desert Museum, Bend, OR. $100,000, 2007. For Interpretive Panel Development, production and installation as well as HVAC upgrade for Hall of Exploration and Settlement, Spirit of West Gallery and Eva Chiles Meyer Historic Library. 2016. Northwest Photography Archive, Portland, OR. $25,000, 2008. For publication of Wild Beauty: Photographs of the Columbia Gorge, 1867 1957. 2017. Northwest Photography Archive, Portland, OR. $5,000, 2007. For general support. 2018. Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR. $25,000, 2006. For Hesse Collection. 2019. Saint Paul Mission Historical Society, Saint Paul, OR. $30,000, 2008. 3-year grant. To continue digitizing and cataloging historical research work on the French Prairie.

PENNSYLVANIA
Alcoa Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Pittsburgh, PA, Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Mexico, and South America; giving also to national and international organizations. No support for political or lobbying organizations, sectarian or religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, private foundations, or trust funds. No grants to individuals (except for fellowships and employee-related scholarships), or for endowments, capital campaigns, debt reduction, or general operating support, fundraising events or sponsorships, trips, conferences, seminars, festivals, one-day events, documentaries, videos, or research projects/ programs, or indirect or overhead costs. 2020. Kankakee County Historical Society, Kankakee, IL. $20,000, 2007. For Kankakee County Museum’s Research Library digitization project.

Claneil Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in southeastern PA, with emphasis on Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. No support for religion-based programming. No grants to individuals. 2045. Athenaeum of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. $5,000, 2005. For Claneil Foundation Conservation Fund. 2046. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2005. For preservation services and special winter workshop on Preserving Special Formats. 2047. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2006. For workshops for small museums and matching funds for William Penn Foundation grant. 2048. Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, Saint Johnsbury, VT. $10,000, 2006. For collections inventory, preservation and interpretation project. 2049. Wagner Free Institute of Science, Philadelphia, PA. $14,000, 2006. For Conservation Technician, staff position.

The Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to CA, eastern PA and Israel. No grants to individuals. 2021. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA. $15,000, 2006. For Muriel Berman’s Papers. 2022. Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY. $5,000, 2005. For art catalogue.

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Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

Colcom Foundation
Limitations: Giving nationally in the areas of population and immigration, regionally for the environment and conservation, and locally (Pittsburgh, PA) for community and economic development. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships; no loans. 2050. New York University, New York, NY. $50,000, 2007. For Margaret Sanger papers. 2051. New York University, New York, NY. $40,000, 2006. For Margaret Sanger Papers project.

2057. Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, PA. $15,535, 2005. To update library.

The Heinz Endowments
Limitations: Giving primarily to southwestern PA. Funding for projects outside the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is generally only at specific request of the foundation. No support for for-profit organizations. No grants to individuals. 2058. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA. $100,000, 2006. For geographic information system tools and technologies and staff support to inventory and archive ecological resource management information at Powdermill Nature Reserve. 2059. Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA. $50,000, 2007. For planning grant to preserve architectural cast collection. 2060. Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA. $20,000, 2007. For Phase II of Friends of Art for Pittsburgh Public Schools restoration project. 2061. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. $35,000, 2007. To promote uses of Senator H. John Heinz, III Archives at Carnegie Mellon University for public policy education focusing on environmental issues.

The Comcast Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations. No support for discriminatory organizations, private foundations, or political candidates or organizations. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for marketing sponsorships, sporting events, trips or tours, capital campaigns, or endowments. 2052. Stonewall Library and Archives, Fort Lauderdale, FL. $22,600, 2006. For Cultural Art and Awareness Series as part of Library’s education outreach to encourage next generation of GLBT leaders and educate general public on positive contributions GLBT community has made to general population.

Henry L. Hillman Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Pittsburgh and southwestern PA. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, publications, or conferences; no loans. 2062. Steel Industry Heritage Corporation, Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area, Homestead, PA. $10,000, 2005. Toward acquisition of Lake Erie and Ohio River Ship Canal Association archive and conservation work on materials.

Connelly Foundation
Limitations: Giving in Philadelphia, and surrounding counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery, PA and Camden, NJ. No support for political or national organizations. No grants to individuals, or for research or annual appeals. 2053. Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish, Limerick, PA. $50,000, 2007. For purchase, preservation and restoration of ecclesiastical art elements within new church.

Roy A. Hunt Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Boston, MA, and Pittsburgh, PA, areas, also in CA, ID, NH, ME, and OH. No grants to individuals. 2063. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. $5,000, 2008. For beautification of William R. Oliver Special Collections Room and preservation and conservation of its materials. 2064. Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA. $12,000, 2006. For library/archives and gazebo school film. 2065. Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA. $12,000, 2007. For library/archive project, for Center for Theory and Research, and for general operating support.

Dominion Foundation
(formerly Consolidated Natural Gas Company Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, Christian, Sangamon, and Will County, IL, Lake County, IN, MD, MA, NY, Beaufort, Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Edgecomb, Gates, Granville, Halifax, Hertford, Hyde, Martin, Nash, Northampton, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Roanoke, Tyrell, Warren, Washington, and Weldon, NC, Allen, Ashland, Ashtabula, Auglaize, Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Guernsey, Hardin, Holmes, Knox, Lake, Mahoning, Medina, Mercer, Monroe, Muskingum, Noble, Paulding, Portage, Putman, Shelby, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Washington, Wayne, and Wood County, OH, Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Blair, Bucks, Butler, Cambria, Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Crawford, Elk, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Juniata, Lawrence, Mercer, McKean, Potter, Somerset, Tioga, Venango, Washington, and Westmoreland County, PA, RI, VA, WV, and WI. No support for churches or other sectarian organizations, fraternal, political, advocacy, or labor organizations, or discriminatory organizations. No grants to individuals, or for religious programs, general operating support for individual United Way agencies, fundraising events, golf tournaments or other sporting events, benefit or courtesy advertising, travel or student trips or tours, or memorial campaigns. 2054. Library of Virginia Foundation, Richmond, VA. $15,000, 2007. For general operating support. 2055. Library of Virginia Foundation, Richmond, VA. $5,000, 2007. For general operating support.

The Lenfest Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in northern DE, southern NJ, and southeastern and south central PA. No support for disease research. No grants to individuals (except Lenfest scholarships), political organizations, religious programs or activities, university presses, tickets, tables or sponsorships or conferences, or organizations that deal with health, physical or mental disabilities; no loans. 2066. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $20,000, 2006. For endowment campaign.

McCune Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in southwestern PA, with emphasis on the Pittsburgh area. No grants to individuals. 2067. Carnegie Institute, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. $125,000, 2005. For rehanging permanent collection.

Eden Hall Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to southwestern PA. No support for private foundations, sectarian or denominational religious organizations (except those providing direct educational or health care services to the public), or political or fraternal organizations. No grants to individuals, or generally for operating budgets, endowments, or deficit financing. 2056. Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA. $300,000, 2006. For Fred Rogers Archive.

The McLean Contributionship
Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Philadelphia, PA, area; some funding also in Nashua, NH, and Lake, Osceola and Pasco counties in FL. No grants to individuals. 2068. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $20,145, 2007. Toward purchase of digital documentation equipment for CCAHA’s state-of-the-art conservation laboratory. 2069. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. $80,000, 2007. Toward endowment to preserve, catalog, and digitize Philadelphia collection (in following areas: sports, Independence Hall, and Newspapers). 2070. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. $40,000, 2006. Toward endowment to preserve, catalog, and digitize Philadelphia Bulletin collection (the following three areas: Sports, Independence Hall and Newspapers).

J. B. Finley Charitable Trust
Limitations: No support for political organizations, or for labor, fraternal, or advocacy organizations. No grants to individuals, or for events or general operating costs.

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Richard King Mellon Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in PA. No grants to individuals, or for fellowships or scholarships, or conduit organizations. 2071. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA. $57,000, 2007. Toward ongoing maintenance and promotion of recorded audio tour, as well as new initiatives associated with interpretation of Carnegie Museum of Art’s permanent collection. 2072. Greater Latrobe School District, Latrobe, PA. $50,000, 2006. Toward Art Conservation Trust Center for Student Creativity Courtyard Campaign renovation project. 2073. Manchester Craftsmens Guild, Pittsburgh, PA. $200,000, 2005. For income generating and archiving components of MCG Jazz. 2074. Pennsylvania Trolley Museum, Washington, PA. $25,000, 2005. For costs resulting from Hurricane Ivan, including archive restoration and streetcar repairs, and for deficit reduction. 2075. Pittsburgh, City of, Department of City Planning, Pittsburgh, PA. $300,000, 2007. Toward conservation and maintenance of artworks in City of Pittsburgh’s public art collection. 2076. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. $150,000, 2006. Toward Dick Thornburgh Legacy Project, collection of papers of the former U.S. Attorney General, governor of Pennsylvania, and the highest-ranking American at the UN. 2077. Wildlife of the American West, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY. $25,000, 2006. To transport and exhibit works from National Museum of Wildlife Art at Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh.

2087. Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA. $82,500, 2006. Toward conserving mural cycle by Violet Oakley (1874-1961) titled Building of House of Wisdom.

The Philadelphia Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties in southeastern PA, except for designated funds. No support for religious purposes; generally, low priority given to national organizations, government agencies, large budget agencies, public or private schools, or umbrella funding organizations. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for annual or capital campaigns, building funds, land acquisition, endowment funds, research, publications, tours or trips, conferences, or deficit financing; no loans. 2088. Cherry Hill Public Library, Friends of the, Cherry Hill, NJ. $12,790, 2008. For book stacks. 2089. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $40,000, 2007. For general operating support. 2090. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $30,000, 2009. For general operating support. 2091. Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, Philadelphia, PA. $5,000, 2005.

The Pittsburgh Foundation
Limitations: Giving from unrestricted funds limited to Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, PA. No support for sectarian purposes, private and parochial schools, or hospitals (from unrestricted funds). No grants to individuals (from unrestricted funds except for the Isabel P. Kennedy Award) or for annual campaigns, endowment funds, travel, operating budgets, fellowships, internships, awards, special events or research of a highly technical or specialized nature; no loans (except for program related investments). 2092. Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $95,000, 2006. For conservation of Fisher collection as part of traveling exhibition of alchemical art. 2093. Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. $39,554, 2007. To relocate Lavoisier bust from Fisher Hall to Mellon Hall. 2094. Homewood Cemetery Historical Fund, Pittsburgh, PA. $36,805, 2007. For support of Homewood Cemetery Historical Fund’s capital campaign for archives. 2095. Rodef Shalom Congregation, Pittsburgh, PA. $12,000, 2005. For Freehof tapes for archives.

The William Penn Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Philadelphia region, including Camden, NJ. (An expanded region for some environmental grants may be viewed on the foundation web site). No support for sectarian religious activities, recreational programs, political lobbying or legislative activities, nonpublic schools, pass-through organizations, mental health or retardation treatment programs, or programs focusing on a particular disease, disability, or treatment for addiction, or profit-making enterprises; no support for private foundations. No grants to individuals, or for debt reduction, hospital capital projects, medical research, programs that replace lost government support, housing construction or rehabilitation, scholarships, or fellowships; no loans (except for program-related investments). 2078. Civil War and Underground Railroad Museum of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. $82,500, 2008. 2-year grant. Toward moving and storing its collections as museum prepares to move to its new location in First Bank of United States building. 2079. Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, Philadelphia, PA. $485,889, 2005. 3.50-year grant. Toward Center’s Philadelphia Stewardship Programs work advancing collections care strategies and policies at cultural institutions. 2080. Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2005. For Regional Foundation Center programming and outreach, print and electronic collections, and professional development. 2081. Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. $10,000, 2006. For Regional Foundation Center programming and outreach, print and electronic collections, and professional development opportunities. 2082. Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. $443,294, 2008. Toward replacing its air-handling system in order to assure preservation of its collections. 2083. Philadelphia Education Fund, Philadelphia, PA. $35,000, 2008. To support archiving of Philadelphia Educational Longitudinal Study dataset at Temple University. 2084. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. $251,199, 2005. 2-year grant. Toward upgrading collaborative online public access catalogs of PACSCL member institutions, and creating virtual union member library catalog. 2085. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. $50,000, 2007. Toward fund to save and retain Gross Clinic, masterpiece in Philadelphia by Thomas Eakins. 2086. University of Pennsylvania, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA. $82,500, 2008. Toward consulting fees for database migration specialist for first year implementation of its collections management database conversion project.

The PNC Foundation
(formerly PNC Bank Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations in Washington, DC, DE, IN, KY, MD, NJ, OH, and PA. No support for discriminatory organizations, churches, religious organizations, advocacy groups, private foundations. No grants to individuals, or for endowments, conferences, seminars, tickets, or advertising, or annual campaigns for hospitals, colleges, or universities; no loans (except for program-related investments). 2096. University of Southern California, Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, Los Angeles, CA. $50,000, 2007. For general operating support.

Rittenhouse Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Philadelphia, PA, area. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds; no loans. 2097. Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, Philadelphia, PA. $11,000, 2005.

Gilroy & Lillian P. Roberts Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Delaware counties, PA. No support for political candidates and parties. No grants to individuals. 2098. Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, Philadelphia, PA. $13,400, 2005.

Juliet L. Hillman Simonds Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Pittsburgh, PA. No grants to individuals. 2099. Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA. $50,000, 2006. Toward special exhibitions and restoration of Sol Le Witt mural.

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Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

The Christine & Edward Snider Foundation
(formerly The Snider Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and PA. No grants to individuals. 2100. Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, Philadelphia, PA. $9,200, 2005.

Dorot Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MA, NY, and Israel. No support for acquisitions for museums or excavation phase of archaeological work. No grants for endowments, capital campaigns, equipment, debt reduction, consultants or technical assistance, or events. 2120. American Friends of the Israel Museum, New York, NY. $567,000, 2008. For director’s fund and Shrine of the Book information. 2121. Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Israel. $66,667, 2005. To acquire and digitize materials for collection. 2122. Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Israel. $66,666, 2007. For acquisitions, digitization, conservation and preservation. 2123. Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Israel. $66,666, 2008. For acquisitions, digitization, conservation and preservation. 2124. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $400,000, 2008. To expand educational program. 2125. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $200,000, 2007. To expand educational program. 2126. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $150,000, 2005. For Women Who Dared, exhibition in gallery and on-line.

Louis and Bessie Stein Foundation/Fund No. 2
(formerly Louis and Bessie Stein Fund No. 2) Limitations: Giving primarily in PA, with some giving in CA and CT. No grants to individuals. 2101. Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, Philadelphia, PA. $104,000, 2006. 2102. Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, Philadelphia, PA. $104,000, 2007. 2103. Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, Philadelphia, PA. $90,000, 2005.

The Bruce E. and Robbi S. Toll Foundation
(formerly The Bruce E. Toll Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Philadelphia, PA; funding also in New York, NY. No grants to individuals. 2104. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $13,000, 2006. 2105. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. $6,000, 2005.

The Rhode Island Foundation
(also known as The Rhode Island Community Foundation) Limitations: Giving through discretionary funds limited to RI. No support for religious organizations for sectarian purposes (except as specified by donors). No grants for endowment funds, research, hospital equipment, capital needs of health organizations, annual campaigns, deficit financing, or educational institutions for general operating expenses. 2127. Little Compton Historical Society, Little Compton, RI. $30,000, 2006. For documentation of New England rural life collection.

RHODE ISLAND
The Champlin Foundations
Limitations: Giving primarily in RI. No support for churches (with few exceptions) or generally for daycare centers, housing, mental health counseling centers or senior centers. No grants to individuals; or for program or operating expenses, administrative facilities, equipment, books, films, videos, plays, or for multi-year grants. 2106. Community College of Rhode Island, Warwick, RI. $100,000, 2005. For restoration of library collections at Knight, Flanagan, and Liston Campuses. 2107. Greene Public Library, Greene, RI. $11,300, 2008. For copier, to update collection of DVDs and audio books, and security system. 2108. Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea, Mystic, CT. $35,000, 2006. Toward cost of purchasing and installing storage system for museum’s G.W. Blunt White Library. 2109. Newport Historical Society, Newport, RI. $50,000, 2007. Toward cost of infrastructure upgrades and improvements to collections storage at Touro Street headquarters building. 2110. Newport Public Library, Newport, RI. $9,000, 2007. For HVAC upgrades. 2111. North Kingstown Free Library, North Kingstown, RI. $14,950, 2007. For HVAC upgrades. 2112. North Scituate Public Library, North Scituate, RI. $37,385, 2007. For HVAC repairs and upgrades. 2113. Providence Athenaeum, Providence, RI. $170,000, 2008. To complete project to stabilize Special Collections and Archival Storage Space. 2114. Rhode Island State House Restoration Society, East Greenwich, RI. $20,000, 2008. For restoration of five portraits of former Rhode Island Governors. 2115. Roger Williams Park, Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, Providence, RI. $36,000, 2006. For collection storage improvements. 2116. Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, RI. $50,000, 2007. To identify, scan and archive collection of photographs for public access. 2117. Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, RI. $25,000, 2008. Toward digitizing collections.

SOUTH CAROLINA
Post and Courier Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Charleston, SC. No grants to individuals. 2128. Society of the Cincinnati of the State of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. $15,000, 2007. To preserve William Moultrie Statue.

TENNESSEE
The Assisi Foundation of Memphis, Inc.
(formerly Assisi Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Memphis and Shelby County, TN. 2129. Center for Southern Folklore, Memphis, TN. $100,000, 2006. For organizing/digitizing archives. 2130. Center for Southern Folklore, Memphis, TN. $100,000, 2007. To organize and digitize archives. 2131. Center for Southern Folklore, Memphis, TN. $75,000, 2005. For multimedia archiving. 2132. University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. $90,000, 2006. For oral history project with Military Order of the World Way (MOWW) Memphis Area Veterans.

Community Foundation of Greater Memphis
Limitations: Giving limited to Crittenden County, AR, DeSoto, Marshall, Tate, and Tunica counties, MS, and Fayette, Shelby, and Tipton counties, TN. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for endowments, capital or building funds, annual campaigns, code enforcement, or core operating costs; no loans.

M. A. Chisholm Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in MS and NY. No grants to individuals. 2118. Eudora Welty Foundation, Jackson, MS. $25,000, 2007. 2119. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $35,000, 2007.

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2133. Center for Southern Folklore, Memphis, TN. $10,000, 2006. For Archive of Folk Culture and Historic Films. 2134. Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN. $10,000, 2006. For Drambuie Collection.

2145. Ted Stevens Foundation, Anchorage, AK. $10,000, 2006. For preservation of Ted Stevens historical records and to improve communications among Alaskans.

The Brown Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in TX, with emphasis on Houston. No support for political organizations, private foundations, or religious organizations for religious purposes. No grants to individuals, or for operating deficits, debt retirement, testimonial dinners, marketing or fundraising events; no loans. 2146. American Friends of the British Museum, New York, NY. $50,000, 2005. For Lhasa Archives Project in Tibet. 2147. Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX. $147,000, 2007. For operating funds, Conservation Treatment of Donald Judd’s 15 works in concrete and Endowment fund. 2148. Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums, Dallas, TX. $50,000, 2005. For Pauline Chapel restoration in Rome. 2149. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $1,000,000, 2007. For Archives of American Art collections. 2150. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. $100,000, 2007. For operating funds and Conservation Department. 2151. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $1,325,000, 2005. For international project and operating support. 2152. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $110,000, 2006. For International project support.

TEXAS
The Allbritton Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis, including national organizations in New York, NY, and the greater metropolitan Washington, DC, area. 2135. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $25,000, 2005.

Amarillo Area Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving limited to the 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle region. No support for private or parochial schools, national, state, or local fundraising activities, or religious activities or programs that serve or appear to serve specific religious groups, or denominations. No grants to individuals (except for the scholarship program), or generally for operating budgets, annual campaigns, deficit financing, endowment funds, publications, conferences, travel, research projects, or historic preservation; no loans. 2136. Swisher County Archives and Museum Association, Tulia, TX. $10,000, 2005. To replace heating and air-conditioning units.

Amon G. Carter Foundation
Limitations: Giving largely restricted to Fort Worth and Tarrant County, TX. No grants to individuals, or for ongoing operating budgets, deficit financing, publications, or conferences; no loans. 2153. Photographic Preservation Society, Fort Worth, TX. $20,000, 2008. For general support. 2154. Photographic Preservation Society, Fort Worth, TX. $15,000, 2007. For program expansion.

AT&T Foundation
(formerly SBC Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations. No support for religious organizations not of direct benefit to the entire community, or for political, discriminatory, or disease-specific organizations, or medical clinics and research. No grants for capital campaigns, endowment funds, goodwill ads, sports programs or events, or cause-related marketing. 2137. Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL. $22,650, 2007. For addition of interactive image database and to provide staff training to enable continuous access to art collection, due to limited display time of fragile art, and to enable sharing of art with those who are unable to visit in person. Grant made through Museum Board of the City of Birmingham. 2138. Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. $1,000,000, 2006. For acquisition and preservation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection of historical papers. 2139. Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. $500,000, 2007. For acquisition and preservation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection of historical papers. 2140. Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, Washington, DC. $500,000, 2006. For Gulf Coast School Library Recovery Initiative, effort to re-establish school libraries that were either severely damaged or completely destroyed by natural disasters in gulf coast area. 2141. Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, Washington, DC. $500,000, 2007. For Gulf Coast School Library Recovery Initiative to reestablish school libraries that were either severely damaged or completely destroyed by natural disasters in gulf coast area. 2142. John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, Boston, MA. $125,000, 2007. For Digital Learning project of John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum which is designed to catalogue and digitize millions of presidential documents. 2143. Museum of South Texas History, Edinburg, TX. $23,198, 2005. For technology infrastructure upgrades with new computers and client-server network to archive photo collection, strengthen administrative efficiency, and for redesign of website to provide online services for educators, supporters, and researchers. 2144. Ted Stevens Foundation, Anchorage, AK. $20,000, 2005. To preserve of Senator Ted Stevens and programs to improve communications between Alaskans.

Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Dallas, TX, area (for grants from unrestricted funds). No support for religious purposes from general fund or organizations which redistribute funds to other organizations. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for continuing support, media projects or publications, deficit financing, endowment funds, fellowships, salaries, annual campaigns, or operational expenses of well-established organizations. 2155. Architectural League of New York, New York, NY. $10,000, 2008. For general support and maintenance of Margolies Archives, and for exhibition support. 2156. BWF Project, Dallas, TX. $25,672, 2008. 2157. BWF Project, Breakfast With Fred, Dallas, TX. $15,000, 2006. For general support. 2158. Consortium for the National Equal Justice Library, Baltimore, MD. $10,000, 2006. For collections, training manuals, and career encouragement.

Dodge Jones Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Abilene, TX. No grants to individuals. 2159. Abilene Library Consortium, Abilene, TX. $896,188, 2006. For Digital Archives Project. 2160. Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. $45,000, 2007. For Conservation of Roland Springs Ranch Collection. 2161. Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. $41,000, 2006. For conservation of Roland Springs Ranch Collection.

El Paso Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to the El Paso, TX region: far west Texas, southern NM, and northern Chihuahua, Mexico. No support for medical or academic research, or religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for deficit financing, annual campaigns, travel, capital campaigns, fundraising events, endowments, or ongoing support. 2162. Greater New Orleans Foundation, New Orleans, LA. $100,000, 2005. For relief effort for Hurricane Katrina for projects including restoration of

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historical landmarks, buildings, cemeteries, churches, schools and arts organization assistance.

Helen Jones Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Lubbock, TX. No support for religious or political organizations. No grants to individuals. 2180. Museum of Texas Tech University Association, Lubbock, TX. $50,000, 2007. For expansion and care of works on paper collection. 2181. Texas Tech University, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. $94,100, 2007. For ethnology collection move. 2182. Texas Tech University, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. $75,000, 2007. For bone preparation and stabilization project. 2183. Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Libraries, Lubbock, TX. $35,000, 2007. For architecture library digital archive.

Jerry and Nanette Finger Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Aspen, CO, and Houston, TX. No grants to individuals. 2163. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2006.

Albert & Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in TX. No grants to individuals. 2164. Cavalla Historical Foundation, Galveston, TX. $10,000, 2007. Toward restoration of USS Stewart, educational components and construction of visitors center. 2165. Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Galveston, TX. $15,000, 2007. Toward refurbishment of Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer. 2166. University of Texas, Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX. $200,000, 2007. Toward challenge grant to acquire Forzinetti Archive and renovations to Harry Ransom Center.

Albert & Bessie Mae Kronkosky Charitable Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to Bandera, Bexar, Comal, and Kendall counties, TX. No support for religious or political activities, private or public education, or for economic development. No grants to individuals, scholarships, capital grants annual funds, or for galas and other events. 2184. Frontier Times Museum, Bandera, TX. $40,000, 2005. For stabilization, documentation and inventory of museum collection.

Hillcrest Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to TX, with emphasis on Dallas County. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, scholarships, or fellowships; no loans. 2167. Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Fort Worth, TX. $50,000, 2006. To purchase Collections Management System as repository of all objects in Museum’s collection. 2168. Institute of Nautical Archaeology, College Station, TX. $25,000, 2005. For Denbigh Shipwreck conservation and artifact preservation. 2169. University of Dallas, Irving, TX. $25,000, 2005. For Integrated Library System for library management and computer-based services.

The Frank W. & Sue Mayborn Foundation
(formerly The Frank and Anyse Sue Mayborn Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in the central TX area. No grants to individuals. 2185. SPJST Library Archives and Museum, Temple, TX. $200,000, 2007. For restoration of Hanus/Mason building.

John P. McGovern Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in TX, with emphasis on Houston; giving also in the Southwest. No grants to individuals. 2186. Houston Academy of Medicine, Texas Medical Center Library, Houston, TX. $80,000, 2005. For archival support. 2187. Houston Academy of Medicine, Texas Medical Center Library, Houston, TX. $80,000, 2006. For archival support. 2188. Houston Academy of Medicine, Texas Medical Center Library, Houston, TX. $80,000, 2007. For archival support. 2189. Houston Academy of Medicine, Texas Medical Center Library, Houston, TX. $25,000, 2006. For John P. McGovern History of Medicine Collection Book Fund. 2190. Houston Academy of Medicine, Trinity Medical Center Library, Houston, TX. $25,000, 2005. For John P. McGovern History of Medicine Collection.

Greater Houston Community Foundation
2170. Foundation for the National Archives, Washington, DC. $20,000, 2007.

Houston Endowment Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Houston, TX; no grants outside the continental U.S. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes, or organizations that are the responsibility of the government. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships); or generally for fundraising activities including galas, grantmaking organizations or charities operated by service clubs, testimonial dinners, or advertising; or the purchase of uniforms, equipment or trips for school related organizations; no loans. 2171. Conservation History Association of Texas, Austin, TX. $25,000, 2007. Toward documenting, preserving, and distributing information about experiences of conservationists in greater Houston area. 2172. Free Mans Neighborhood Association, Houston, TX. $125,000, 2007. 2-year grant. Toward collecting and digitally preserving documents and conducting oral histories relating to Fourth Ward African-American history. 2173. Greater Houston Preservation Alliance, Houston, TX. $350,000, 2006. Toward creating online virtual museum of Houston’s history using digitized resources from region’s libraries and archives. 2174. Heritage Society, Houston, TX. $360,000, 2005. Toward repairing and maintaining Society’s permanent collection of nine historic structures. 2175. Historic Houston, Houston, TX. $75,000, 2005. Toward staff support and warehousing salvaged historic materials from older houses schedules for demolition. 2176. Houston Bar Foundation, Houston, TX. $200,000, 2007. 2-year grant. Toward preserving and restoring historic 1836 Harris County court documents. 2177. Rosenberg Library Association, Galveston, TX. $500,000, 2008. Toward Phase II restoration of interior of historic public library for its library and community services and Texas history archive. 2178. Texas State Historical Association, Austin, TX. $320,000, 2006. Toward digitizing Texas history books, journals, publications, and curriculum guides and making them available on Web site. 2179. University of Houston-University Park, Houston, TX. $280,000, 2006. Toward Hispanic History of Texas Project, program to find, preserve, and publish documents about Hispanic history in Texas.

The Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to TX. 2191. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $40,000, 2006. For Home Again! New Orleans program.

The Morning Star Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in Dallas, TX. No grants to individuals. 2192. BWF Project, Dallas, TX. $10,000, 2006.

The Perot Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in TX. 2193. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. $23,923, 2007. For donated Magna Carta display case.

The Pineywoods Foundation of Lufkin
Limitations: Giving limited to Angelina, Cherokee, Hardin, Houston, Jasper, Nacogdoches, Panola, Polk, Sabine, San Augustine, San Jacinto, Shelby, Trinity, and Tyler counties, TX. No support for governmental agencies, state colleges and universities, or churches and other religious organizations. No grants to individuals or for salaries or annual operating budgets. 2194. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $20,000, 2007.

Vin & Caren Prothro Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in TX. No grants to individuals. 2195. World Monuments Fund, New York, NY. $20,000, 2006.

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Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation
(also known as Alice Kleberg Reynolds Meyer Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to 50 specified counties in south central TX, (Aransas, Atascosa, Bandera, Bee, Bexar, Blanco, Brooks, Caldwell, Calhoun, Cameron, Colorado, Comal, DeWitt, Dimmit, Duval, Fayette, Frio, Goliad, Gonzalez, Guadalupe, Harris, Hays, Hidalgo, Jackson, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Karnes, Kendall, Kenedy, Kleberg, LaSalle, Lavaca, Live Oak, Matagorda, Maverick, McMullen, Medina, Nueces, Rufugio, San Patricio, Starr, Travis, Uvalde, Victoria, Webb, Wharton, Willacy, Wilson, Zapata and Zavala). No support for religious organizations. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships or salaries. 2196. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2005.

2210. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $90,788, 2006. For budget deficit. 2211. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $75,000, 2006. For general support. 2212. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $75,000, 2007. For general support.

Temple-Inland Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships). 2213. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $71,595, 2007. 2214. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $69,450, 2005. 2215. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $35,600, 2006. 2216. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $11,829, 2006.

RGK Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No support for organizations limited by race or religion. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, capital campaigns, building renovations or endowment funds, indirect costs, special events, disaster relief funds, student research projects, political lobbying, or equipment; no loans. 2197. University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, Austin, TX. $250,000, 2005. For acquisition of Watergate archive.

Sid W. Richardson Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to TX, with emphasis on Fort Worth for the arts and human services, and statewide for health and education. No support for religious organizations. No grants to individuals, or for scholarships or fellowships; no loans (except for program-related investments). 2198. Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Fort Worth, TX. $250,000, 2005. For endowment for new conservation laboratory. 2199. Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Fort Worth, TX. $10,000, 2006. For general support for Collections Department.

UTAH
George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the intermountain area, particularly UT. No support for private foundations or conduit organizations. No grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, contingencies, deficits, debt reduction, conferences, seminars, or medical research. 2217. BCS Project, Salt Lake City, UT. $33,000, 2007. To identify and record rock art images of Utah and Colorado Plateau, which includes producing archival photographic prints, creating complete inventory of sites, and recording description and analysis of style’s imagery. 2218. Brigham Young University, Museum of Art, Provo, UT. $65,000, 2007. To frame paintings by J. Alden Weir and his father, Robert Walter Weir, and toward new state-of-the-art storage racking system. 2219. Canyonlands Natural History Association, Moab, UT. $50,000, 2007. To conserve and stabilize architectural elements at selected ancestral Puebloan sites in Four Corners area of Utah. 2220. ConSource, Washington, DC. $5,000, 2007. For public launch of website, www.consource.org, in conjunction with Constitutional Day September 17, 2007. 2221. Friends of Gilgal Garden, Salt Lake City, UT. $15,000, 2007. For conservation project for Gilgal Garden Sculptures and Stones.

Rockwell Fund, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Houston, TX. No grants to individuals or for medical or scientific research projects, underwriting benefits, dinners, galas, and fundraising special events, or mass appeal solicitations; grants primarily awarded on a year-to-year basis only. 2200. Harris County Heritage Society, Houston, TX. $25,000, 2005. For Collection Stewardship Fund.

The Sanders Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in NM and TX. No grants to individuals. 2201. Jewish Womens Archive, Brookline, MA. $10,000, 2005.

The Summerlee Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in TX for history programs; National and international giving for animal welfare program. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals. 2202. Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Austin, TX. $20,000, 2006.

T. L. L. Temple Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in counties in TX constituting the East Texas Pine Timber Belt. No support for private foundations. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing. 2203. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $2,621,272, 2008. For customary grant, general support, library expansion, and matching grant. 2204. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $298,417, 2005. For The History Center. 2205. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $288,316, 2006. For The History Center. 2206. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $260,774, 2007. For general support. 2207. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $153,000, 2005. For general support. 2208. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $114,776, 2007. For library expansion. 2209. T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, Diboll, TX. $98,649, 2007. For general support.

VERMONT
Vermont Community Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to VT. No support for religious purposes. No grants for capital campaigns, continuing support, debt reduction, or general endowments. 2222. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. $150,000, 2006. For Papers of Thomas Jefferson Project.

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VIRGINIA
The Robert G. Cabell III and Maude Morgan Cabell Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to VA with emphasis in the Metro Richmond region. No support for special interest groups or for religious organizations for exclusive use of its membership. No grants to individuals, or for operating programs, or research projects. 2223. Library of Virginia Foundation, Richmond, VA. $100,000, 2006. For gallery renovations and exhibition cases.

WASHINGTON
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Pacific Northwest, including AK, ID, MT, OR and WA. No support for sectarian or religious organizations whose principle activity is for the benefit of their own members or adherents, or for organizations whose policies or practices discriminate on the basis of ethnic, origin, gender, race, religion, or sexual orientation. No grants to individuals or for general operating support, annual appeals, federated campaigns, general fund drives, scholarships, special events or sponsorships, or for projects not aligned with the foundation’s specified program areas; no loans. 2233. Densho, Seattle, WA. $35,000, 2005. For Densho Affiliate Program. 2234. Historical Society of Seattle and King County, Seattle, WA. $100,000, 2007. For capacity building project on planning, collections, resource development, and technology. 2235. University of Washington Foundation, Seattle, WA. $15,000, 2005. For A Moving Image Archive for the Pacific Northwest.

Capital One Foundation
(formerly North Fork Foundation) Limitations: Giving in greater New Orleans, LA, northern and central NJ, New York City and Long Island, NY, the greater Dallas and Houston, TX, areas, and Fairfax County, VA; giving also to national organizations. 2224. Nassau County Firefighters Museum, Friends of the, North Bellmore, NY. $120,000, 2005. 2225. Nassau County Firefighters Museum, Friends of the, North Bellmore, NY. $30,000, 2005. 2226. Nassau County Firefighters Museum, Friends of the, North Bellmore, NY. $30,000, 2006.

The Bullitt Foundation
Limitations: Giving in the Pacific Northwest including AK, OR, WA, and British Columbia; giving also in ID and MT. No support for political organizations. No grants to individuals (except for fellowships), or for capital campaigns, equipment, building construction, or land acquisition. 2236. National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC. $50,000, 2008. To establish the Green Lab in Seattle, which will serve as a center for policy development and demonstration projects to promote energy savings through green renovation of historic buildings.

Gannett Foundation, Inc.
(formerly Gannett Communities Fund) Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, including in the United Kingdom. No support for private foundations, regional or national organizations not addressing local needs, elementary or secondary schools (except for special initiatives not provided by regular school budgets), political action or legislative advocacy groups, medical or research organizations, fraternal groups, athletic teams, bands, veterans’ organizations, or volunteer firefighters. No grants to individuals (except for employee-related scholarships), or for religious programs or initiatives, endowments, or multi-year pledge campaigns. 2227. Mount Kisco Public Library, Mount Kisco, NY. $12,050, 2007. For creation of periodical collections area within its facility.

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
(formerly William H. Gates Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis to support initiatives in health, learning, poverty alleviation and development. United States giving has an emphasis on the Pacific Northwest, international giving emphasis is on South America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia. No support for religious purposes. No grants to individuals directly. 2237. Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, Phoenix, AZ. $778,500, 2006. To provide sustainable public access computer hardware and software upgrades to previous grantees. 2238. Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, Phoenix, AZ. $25,950, 2005. 1.50-year grant. To promote sustainability of public access computing in rural libraries. 2239. Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA. $36,150, 2005. To promote sustainability of public access computing in rural libraries. 2240. Squaxin Island Museum Library and Research Center, Shelton, WA. $29,532, 2005. 2-year grant. For facilities for at-risk youth and community projects. 2241. Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Austin, TX. $2,383,500, 2006. 2.75-year grant. To provide sustainable public access computer hardware and software upgrades to previous grantees. 2242. Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Austin, TX. $85,752, 2006. To promote sustainability of public access computing in rural libraries.

Elis Olsson Memorial Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in VA. No grants to individuals. 2228. Library of Virginia Foundation, Richmond, VA. $5,000, 2005. 2229. Library of Virginia Foundation, Richmond, VA. $5,000, 2006.

The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in VA, with an emphasis on Richmond. No grants to individuals, or for debt reduction, endowments, research, or general operating expenses. 2230. Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA. $100,000, 2006. For annual fund.

SunTrust Mid-Atlantic Foundation
(formerly Crestar Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to areas of company operations, with emphasis on Washington, DC, MD, and VA. No support for government-supported, political, religious, or national organizations. No grants to individuals, or for research, scholarships, or fellowships; no loans. 2231. Library of Virginia Foundation, Richmond, VA. $12,000, 2005. For general support.

M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Pacific Northwest (AK, ID, MT, OR, and WA). No support for government programs; projects common to many organizations without distinguishing merit; sectarian or religious organizations whose principal activities are for the benefit of their own members; no organizations which in policy or practice unfairly discriminate against race, ethnic origin, sex, creed, or religion. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, debt retirement, political activities, generally no grants for annual campaigns, general support, continuing support, endowments, or emergency funds. 2243. Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK. $235,000, 2005. For new Curator position to guide acquisition and presentation of museum collection.

Vincent Wilkinson Foundation
Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater metropolitan Washington, DC, area, including MD and VA, and the New York, NY, area. No grants to individuals. 2232. HistoryMakers, The, Chicago, IL. $10,000, 2006.

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Thrivent—WISCONSIN

2244. Alutiiq Heritage Foundation, Kodiak, AK. $95,300, 2005. For Museum Collections Project to complete collections database and expand storage capacity. 2245. Paris Gibson Square, Great Falls, MT. $65,000, 2005. For fire suppression system improvements to ensure safe operation and protection of collections. 2246. Seattle University, Seattle, WA. $1,000,000, 2007. For expansion and renovation of Lemieux Library to improve student access to written and electronic materials. 2247. Valdez Museum and Historical Archive Association, Valdez, AK. $75,000, 2005. For capital and exhibit improvements to enhance visitor experience and safeguard collections. 2248. Washington County Historical Society and Museum, Portland, OR. $250,000, 2005. For museum expansion to enhance visitor education and collections management.

WISCONSIN
The Argosy Foundation
(formerly The Abele Family Charitable Trust) Limitations: Giving primarily to CO, MA, VT and WI. No grants to individuals. 2263. University of Colorado, American Music Research Center, Boulder, CO. $11,000, 2006.

Helen Bader Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Milwaukee, WI, area for education and economic development; giving locally and nationally for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia; giving in Israel for early childhood development. PRI emphasis is Milwaukee. No grants to individuals. 2264. Yeshiva Elementary School, Milwaukee, WI. $60,000, 2006. 3-year grant. To organize and modernize library of Judaic and secular volumes.

The Norcliffe Foundation
(formerly The Norcliffe Fund) Limitations: Giving in the Puget Sound region of WA, with emphasis in and around Seattle. No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, matching gifts, or scholarships; no loans. 2249. Center for Wooden Boats, Seattle, WA. $20,000, 2007. To preserve non-floating boats and maritime collection. 2250. Imagine Childrens Museum, Everett, WA. $20,000, 2008. For Fire Safety Exhibit. 2251. Seattle Parks Foundation, Seattle, WA. $10,000, 2005. To restore fountains and art deco bas relief sculpture in Rose Garden.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in Milwaukee, WI; giving also on a national and international basis. No support for strictly denominational projects. No grants to individuals (except for Bradley Prizes), or for endowment funds. 2265. Baylor University, Waco, TX. $15,000, 2008. To support maintenance of Keston Center archives.

The Oki Foundation
(formerly The Oki Charitable Foundation) Limitations: Giving limited to King County, WA. No grants to individuals. 2252. Densho, Seattle, WA. $6,750, 2007.

Greater Milwaukee Foundation
(formerly Milwaukee Foundation) Limitations: Giving primarily in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington, and Waukesha, WI. No support for the general use of churches or for sectarian religious purposes, or for specific medical or scientific projects, except from components of the foundation established for such purposes. No grants to individuals (except for established awards), or for operating budgets, continuing support, annual campaigns, endowment funds, or deficit financing. 2266. Milwaukee County Historical Society, Milwaukee, WI. $27,500, 2006. For collection management initiative. 2267. Milwaukee County Historical Society, Milwaukee, WI. $26,000, 2007. For Collections Management Initiative. 2268. UWM Foundation, Milwaukee, WI. $50,000, 2007. For WTMJ-TV News Film Collection.

The Seattle Foundation
Limitations: Giving limited to King County, WA. No support for religious purposes. No grants for endowment funds, debt reduction, fundraising events, fundraising feasibility projects, conferences or seminars, film or video production, publications, or operating expenses for public or private elementary and secondary schools, colleges, and universities. 2253. Bainbridge Island Historical Society, Bainbridge Island, WA. $30,000, 2007. For purchase of fire-suppression system. 2254. Densho, Seattle, WA. $20,000, 2008. For general operating support. 2255. Densho, Seattle, WA. $10,000, 2005. To help continue legacy. 2256. Densho, Seattle, WA. $7,500, 2007. To provide general support. 2257. Densho, Seattle, WA. $5,000, 2006. To help continue legacy. 2258. Governors Mansion Foundation, Olympia, WA. $70,000, 2007. For repair and maintenance of furnishings in mansion. 2259. Our Lady of the Atonement Catholic Church, San Antonio, TX. $12,000, 2006. For general support, Lenten collections, and other special collections. 2260. Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. $20,550, 2008. For Committee on Collection. 2261. Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA. $12,000, 2008. For acquisition and preservation of Paul Marioni Collection and Whiting Tennis work.

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation
(formerly Lutheran Brotherhood Foundation) Limitations: Giving on a national basis for the Lutheran Grant Program; giving limited to the Twin Cities, MN, including Minneapolis and St. Paul, and the Fox Cities, WI, including Appleton, for Corporate Community Grants; giving to national organizations for the Charitable Gifting Initiative. No support for national or international organizations or churches or church organizations for expenses normally regarded as church responsibility for Corporate Community Grants. No grants to individuals, or for political activities or causes; no grants for ordinary and ongoing program or organizational operating expenses, financial subsidy, lobbying activities, major capital projects, debt reduction, or missions related to political, moral, theological, or doctrinal issues that tend to be divisive within the Lutheran community for the Lutheran Grant Program; no grants for services duplicated by other organizations, religious causes, or endowments for Corporate Community Grants; no loans or investments for Corporate Community Grants. 2269. Textile Center of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. $5,000, 2006. For Textile Mobile.

The Starbucks Foundation
Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations and in countries where the company buys coffee, tea, and cocoa, with emphasis on CA, LA, NY, OH, WA, Africa, Asia, China, Europe, and Latin America; giving in the U.S. and in Canada, Ecuador, South Africa, Thailand, and the United Kingdom for the Starbucks Social Entrepreneurs Fund. No support for political organizations or religious organizations. No grants to individuals, or for neighborhood clean-ups or tree plantings, wildlife conservation projects, capital campaigns, capital expenditures or land acquisition, school bands or orchestras or non-literacy art programs, fundraising events, one-time events or programs, event sponsorships, adventure travel, league sports programs, scholarships or fellowships, expeditions, political campaigns, the production of marketing material promoting Starbucks, the production of products to sell in Starbucks stores, or endowments. 2262. Louisiana Childrens Museum, New Orleans, LA. $95,000, 2006. For Starbuck Sundays at the museum.

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Foundation Grants for Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

WYOMING
The Robert S. and Grayce B. Kerr Foundation, Inc.
Limitations: Giving primarily in OK and WY. No grants to individuals, or for endowments, annual campaigns, memberships, or medical or scientific research.

2270. Wildlife of the American West, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY. $15,000, 2007. For Kuhn Archive project.

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RECIPIENT INDEX
Abbey of Regina Laudis, CT, 579 Abilene Library Consortium, TX, 2159 Abita Music Company, FL, 252 Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives, NY, 601, 602 Academy Foundation, CA, 349 Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, PA, 1399, 1400 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation, CA, 507, 508 Acadian Heritage and Culture Foundation, LA, 912 Achi Association, Switzerland, 85 African Woman and Child Feature Service, Kenya, 1039 Aid Transparency, Senegal, 1040 Akron Art Museum, OH, 1308 Alabama Archives and History Foundation, AL, 1-5, 12-14, 16-18, 709 Alabama Department of Archives and History, AL, 651, 652 Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, AK, 2243 Alaska Moving Image, AK, 350 Alaska Railroad Corporation, AK, 19 Albion College, MI, 865 Albright-Knox Art Gallery, NY, 1309 Alexandria Archive Institute, CA, 311 Ali Akbar College of Music, CA, 322 Allentown Art Museum, PA, 1215, 1310 Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation, IL, 866 Alutiiq Heritage Foundation, AK, 2244 Amarillo Art Center Association, TX, 2023 American Academy in Rome, NY, 86, 792, 1216-1218 American Antiquarian Society, MA, 1793 American Dance Festival, NC, 1401 American Film Institute, CA, 26 American Folk Art Museum, NY, 87 American Friends of the British Museum, NY, 2146 American Friends of the Israel Museum, NY, 2120 American Fund for Southampton University, DC, 793, 794 American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, NE, 351 American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, DC, 1127-1129, 1219-1225 American Jewish Archives, OH, 588-590, 1953, 1996 American Jewish Historical Society, NY, 352 American Museum of Ceramic Art, CA, 88 American Museum of Natural History, NY, 1800-1802 American Philosophical Society, PA, 89, 1391 American Research Center in Egypt, TX, 1402 American Textile History Museum, MA, 1311 American Trust for the British Library, NY, 1018 Amherst College, MA, 1403 Amistad Center for Art and Culture, CT, 575 Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, TX, 2167, 2198, 2199 Andy Warhol Museum, PA, 353, 1909, 1910 Anthology Film Archives, NY, 336, 354-357, 581, 934, 935, 976, 1032, 1911 Apollo Theater Foundation, NY, 1742, 1853 Appalachian College Association, KY, 1404-1409 Appalshop, KY, 358-361, 1410 Architectural League of New York, NY, 2155 Archive Administration of Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Region, Russia, 1041 Archive of Contemporary Music, NY, 1168 Archives de la Critique d Art, France, 90 Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, DC, 870, 871, 939, 1733, 1796, 1797, 869, 872, 873, 876, 1820, 1908, 1974 Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, IL, 362, 363 Arewa House-Centre for Historical Documentation and Research, Nigeria, 1042 Arhoolie Foundation, CA, 253 Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, AZ, 2237, 2238 Arizona State University, AZ, 1411 Art 21, NY, 1013, 1312 Art Institute of Chicago, IL, 91, 1226, 1313, 1412, 1413 Art Services International, VA, 41 Artist Tribe Foundation, CA, 364 Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, OH, 1978 Arts Council of Jakarta, Indonesia, 1043 ARTstor, NY, 1227, 1414, 1415 ArtWatch International, NY, 932, 933 Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate, KY, 741 Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong, 546, 1119 Asian Art Museum Foundation of San Francisco, CA, 1416 Association of Art Museum Curators Foundation, NY, 1228 Association of Moving Image Archivists, CA, 365, 1417 Association Tela Botanica, France, 1418 Athenaeum of Philadelphia, PA, 2024, 2045 Atlanta History Center, GA, 641 Atlanta University Center Consortium, GA, 1419, 1420 Austin Public Library, TX, 366 Autry National Center of the American West, CA, 27, 92, 556 Avery Research Center for African-American History and Culture, SC, 42 Bach-Archiv, Germany, 484, 485, 1743 Backstreet Cultural Museum, LA, 367, 913, 914 Bainbridge Island Historical Society, WA, 2253 Balboa Art Conservation Center, CA, 93, 906 Baltimore Museum of Art, MD, 795, 796, 1314 Bank Street College of Education, NY, 1825 Bard College, NY, 1421 Barnes Foundation, PA, 1315, 1422-1425 Bay Area Video Coalition, CA, 1912 Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, Germany, 94 Baylor University, TX, 2265 BCS Project, UT, 2217 Beale Street Caravan, TN, 254 Bedford Hills Historical Museum, NY, 1737 Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, NY, 1744 Beijing University, China, 95 Benton County Historical Society, OR, 2007, 2014 Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, CA, 368-371 Bibliotheque Nationale, France, 1426 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, AL, 639 Birmingham Museum of Art, AL, 2137 Bishop Museum, HI, 657 Black Archives of Mid-America, MO, 924 Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida, FL, 620, 623 Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish, PA, 2053 Bob Moog Memorial Foundation for Electronic Music, NC, 255 Boston Library Consortium, MA, 1874 Boston Public Library Foundation, MA, 832 Boston Symphony Orchestra, MA, 256 Boston University, MA, 829, 1427, 1428 Botanische Staatssammlung Munchen, Germany, 1429-1431 Bowdoin College, ME, 1316, 1317, 1432 Boys and Girls Harbor, NY, 257 Brigham Young University, UT, 1318, 2218 British Council, England, 1433 British Empire and Commonwealth Museum, England, 96 British Library, England, 97, 1044, 1434 British Museum, England, 98, 1045, 1435, 1436 British School at Rome, Italy, 99, 486-489 Brookgreen Gardens, SC, 1319 Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY, 1745 Brooklyn Historical Society, NY, 956, 1320, 1746 Brooklyn Museum, NY, 1229, 1290, 1437, 1438 Brooklyn Stained Glass Conservation Center, NY, 1230-1232 Brotherhood of the Monastery of Saint Catherine, Egypt, 100 Brown University, RI, 1130, 1131 Buffalo Bill Historical Center, WY, 372, 1321 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, NY, 1930 Buffalo State College, NY, 797 Buffalo State College Foundation, NY, 1439 Bundesarchiv, Germany, 1440 Burchfield-Penney Art Center, NY, 1931 Business and Media Archives of the Mahoning Valley, OH, 1997 Butler Institute of American Art, OH, 1322 BWF Project, TX, 2156, 2157, 2192 California Academy of Sciences, CA, 1441 California Historical Society, CA, 1163 California Institute of Technology, CA, 836 California Institute of the Arts, CA, 101, 102 Cambridge University, England, 103, 1233, 1442-1444 Camera News/Third World Newsreel, NY, 373 Canadian Center for Architecture, Canada, 1445 Canadian Museum of Carpets and Textiles, Canada, 104 Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, NY, 798, 799 Canyonlands Natural History Association, UT, 2219 Cape Town, City of, South Africa, 977 Capitol Square Foundation, OH, 1968 Carnegie Institute, PA, 105, 2058-2060, 2067, 2071, 2099 Carnegie Institution of Washington, DC, 28, 479 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, PA, 2063 Carnegie Mellon University, PA, 1446, 1447 Carnegie Museum of Art, PA, 1323 Casa Editrice Leo S. Olschki, Italy, 106 Cavalla Historical Foundation, TX, 2164 Cazenovia Public Library, NY, 1000 Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, IA, 733, 1324 Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West, HI, 656 Center for Governmental Studies, CA, 710, 1835-1837 Center for Jewish History, NY, 1291 Center for Khmer Studies, NY, 1292 Center for Research Libraries, IL, 1448 Center for Social Advocacy, CA, 514 Center for Southern Folklore, TN, 2129-2131, 2133 Center for the Study of Ancient Territories, TX, 1895 Center for the Study of Political Graphics, CA, 323 Center for Wooden Boats, WA, 2249 Central European University Foundation, NY, 1046, 1811-1813 Central State Archive of Film, Photographic and Phonographic Documents, Russia, 1047 Centre for Media and Alternative Communication, India, 1048 Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, India, 1049 Centre of Contemporary Architecture, Russia, 1050, 1051 Century Association Archives Foundation, NY, 634, 950, 951, 1187, 1234, 1859 Chemical Heritage Foundation, PA, 2092 Cherokee Garden Club Library, GA, 642-645

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Cherry Hill Public Library, Friends of the, NJ, 2088 Chicago Architecture Foundation, IL, 663 Chicago Childrens Museum, IL, 664 Chicago Conservation Center, IL, 666 Chicago Film Archives, IL, 374-377 Chicago Filmmakers, IL, 378, 379 Chicago Historical Society, IL, 684, 1014 Chicago Public Art Group, IL, 685 Chicago Theological Seminary, IL, 2025, 2026 Childrens Defense Fund, DC, 1449 Childrens Hospital Corporation, MA, 380 Childrens Theater of Maine, ME, 764 Chinati Foundation, TX, 1325, 2147 Chrysler Museum, VA, 1326, 1940 Cincinnati Museum Association, OH, 107, 108, 2027 Circulo Amigos de la Cultura, Peru, 109 City University of New York, NY, 978 Civic: Centre for Indian Visual Culture, India, 1052 Civil War and Underground Railroad Museum of Philadelphia, PA, 2078 Claflin University, SC, 1450 Cleveland Artists Foundation, OH, 1954 Cleveland Grays, OH, 1955 Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, 1327, 1328 Clyfford Still Museum, CO, 1329 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY, 1392, 1451 College of Charleston Foundation, SC, 686, 687 Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, VA, 1330 Colorado State University-Pueblo Foundation, CO, 482 Columbia College, IL, 258 Columbia University, NY, 110, 259, 715, 979, 1120, 1132, 1235, 1236, 1331, 1452-1455 Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, IN, 729, 730 Columbus Museum of Art, OH, 1969-1972 Commercial Closet Association, NY, 568, 569 Committee of Historic and Scientific Work, France, 111 Community College of Rhode Island, RI, 2106 Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, GA, 637, 649, 650, 1941, 2138, 2139 Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, DC, 2140, 2141 Coney Island History Project, NY, 1747 Congregation Beth El of the Sudbury River Valley, MA, 520 Connecticut College, CT, 1456 Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, PA, 706, 1125, 1457, 2046, 2047, 2066, 2068, 2079, 2089, 2090 Conservation History Association of Texas, TX, 2171 Conservatoire et Jardin Botaniques, Switzerland, 1458-1460 Consortium for the National Equal Justice Library, MD, 2158 ConSource, DC, 653, 1833, 2220 Contemporary Arts Center, LA, 112 Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX, 1913, 1914 Cooper-Hewitt Museum, The Smithsonians National Museum of Design, NY, 1332 Corcoran Gallery of Art, DC, 1333 Cornell University, NY, 2028 Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums, CA, 113, 2029 Council of American Overseas Research Centers, DC, 1461 Council on Library and Information Resources, DC, 1462 Country Music Hall of Fame, TN, 381, 382 Courtauld Institute of Art, England, 1463-1465 Creative Growth Art Center, CA, 521 Crocker Art Museum, CA, 800 Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, FL, 1334 Cunningham Dance Foundation, NY, 1053, 1466 Dance Heritage Coalition, DC, 1467, 1468 Danspace Project, NY, 1469 Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre, Switzerland, 1814 Dartmouth College, NH, 1470 Davenport Public Library, IA, 383 Delaware Architecture Foundation, DE, 593

Delaware Art Museum, DE, 1335 Densho, WA, 57, 571, 2233, 2252, 2254-2257 Denver Art Museum, CO, 1336, 1471, 1472 Denver Public Library, CO, 566 Derby Public Library, CT, 577 Dessau-Rosslau, City of, Germany, 114 Detroit Institute of Arts, MI, 1164, 1337, 1473, 1474 Dia Art Foundation, NY, 1860 Digital Library Federation, DC, 1475 Diocese of Monterey, CA, 344 Dixon Gallery and Gardens, TN, 2134 Dogged Films Proprietary, South Africa, 1054, 1055 Dover Public Library, DE, 384 Drayton Hall, SC, 688 Dubuque County Historical Society, IA, 889 Duke University, NC, 385, 1476-1479 Dunhuang Research Academy, China, 1480 Duquesne University, PA, 2093 East Cleveland Public Library, OH, 1956 East Tennessee State University, TN, 386 Eastern Michigan University, MI, 867 Ecological Society of America, DC, 1481 Education Development Center, MA, 1056 Educational Broadcasting Corporation, NY, 260 Egyptian Center for Culture and Art, Egypt, 1057 El Mastaba Center for Egyptian Popular Music, Egypt, 1058 El Museo del Barrio, NY, 1338 Electronic Arts Intermix, NY, 387, 388 Emory University, GA, 389-391, 646, 1019, 1482, 2030 Erie Canal Museum, NY, 1001 Esalen Institute, CA, 2064, 2065 Eudora Welty Foundation, MS, 909, 910, 2118 Experimental Sound Studio, IL, 689, 690 Fachhochschule Hildesheim/Holzminden/ Goettingen, Germany, 115 Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, VT, 2048 Fairbanks Symphony Association, AK, 20 Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, FL, 1483 Fairmount Park Art Association, PA, 116, 2031 Fernbank Museum of Natural History, GA, 647, 1803 Field Museum of Natural History, IL, 392, 547, 548, 1484, 1485 Figge Art Museum, IA, 1339 Film Arts Foundation, CA, 340 Filmforum, CA, 117 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA, 522-524, 801 First United Methodist Church of Portland, OR, 2008 Flora of North America Association, CA, 1486 Florida International University, FL, 261, 1487 Florida International University Foundation, FL, 118 Florida Southern College, FL, 619 Folger Shakespeare Library, DC, 837 Fondazione Federico Zeri, Italy, 119 Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Mexico, 120 Foundation for Economic Education, NY, 857, 858 Foundation for Library and Information Service Development, South Africa, 980 Foundation for the National Archives, DC, 59, 327, 328, 510, 511, 603-605, 608, 615, 722, 772, 785-788, 791, 1340, 1790-1792, 1828, 1829, 1988-1990, 2135, 2163, 2170 Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, DC, 84, 121-123, 1237, 1488 Franco-American Foundation for the Arts and Sciences, NY, 1133 Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, IL, 1341 Franklin Furnace Archive, NY, 329, 337, 708, 882-884, 969, 973, 1161, 1183, 1184 Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation, PA, 2080, 2081 Free Mans Neighborhood Association, TX, 2172 Free University of Berlin, Germany, 1489, 1490 Freer Gallery of Art, DC, 802 French Heritage Society, NY, 1134 Fresno City and County Historical Society, CA, 324 Frick Collection, NY, 1135, 1238, 1826

Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurenberg, Germany, 124 Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena, Germany, 1491 Friends of Bhutans Culture, WA, 125, 126 Friends of Ethiopia, DC, 63, 64 Friends of Gilgal Garden, UT, 2221 Friends of Missouri State Archives, MO, 926 Friends of the Coptic Museum, Egypt, 127 Friends of the Maryland State Archives, MD, 606, 789, 790 Friends of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, WA, 640 Friends of the New Netherland Project, NY, 1957-1961 Friends of the New York City Fire Department Collection, NY, 1748 Friends: The Foundation of the California African-American Museum, CA, 128 Frontier Times Museum, TX, 2184 Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology, ME, 1875 Fuller Theological Seminary, CA, 29 Fund for Folk Culture, TX, 262 Fund for Reconciliation and Development, NY, 1059 Fundacao de Apoio a Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 129 Fundacion Documentacion y Archivo de la Vicaria de la Solidaridad, Chile, 845 Fundacion Espigas, Argentina, 130 Fundacion Instituto Botanico de Venezuela, Venezuela, 1492 Fundacion Luis Munoz Marin, PR, 662, 944 Fundacion Museo de la Plata, Argentina, 131 Gallaudet University, DC, 1493 Garth Fagan Dance, NY, 1845 Genesee Country Museum, NY, 1846 Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen, Germany, 1494, 1495 George Balanchine Foundation, NY, 578 George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, NY, 132, 133, 393-396, 490, 491, 1393, 1394, 1496, 1497 George Mason University, VA, 1498, 1499 George Mason University Foundation, VA, 1876 George Washington University, DC, 1036, 1037, 1060, 1500, 1501 Georgia Archives, GA, 397 Georgia Historical Society, GA, 638 Georgia OKeeffe Museum, NM, 803, 1342 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program, NJ, 941 Gerber-Hart Gay and Lesbian Archives and Library, IL, 667-670 Give2Asia, CA, 1239 Governors Mansion Foundation, WA, 2258 Grabhorn Institute, CA, 247 Grand Rapids Art Museum, MI, 1343 Grand Valley State University, MI, 862 Greater Houston Preservation Alliance, TX, 2173 Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, MO, 923, 927 Greater Latrobe School District, PA, 2072 Greater New Orleans Foundation, LA, 2162 Greene Public Library, RI, 2107 Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center, AL, 6 Haines Borough Public Library, AK, 21 Hale Farm and Western Reserve Village, OH, 1973 Haleakala, NY, 263, 264 Handweaving Museum and Arts Center, NY, 1749 Hanford Mills Museum, NY, 1808 Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame, NY, 1750 Harney County Library Foundation, OR, 2011 Harris County Heritage Society, TX, 2200 Harrison County Library System, MS, 691 Hartford Public Library, CT, 767 Harvard University, MA, 134, 398, 399, 1502-1505 Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, MD, 630 Hawaiian Legacy Foundation, HI, 660 Health and Education Research Operative Services, TN, 1159 Health World Childrens Museum, IL, 665 Herbario Universitario PORT, Venezuela, 1506 Heritage Preservation, DC, 1240, 1507 Heritage Society, TX, 2174

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Herman Leonard Photography, CA, 265 High Desert Museum, OR, 2015 Hildene, VT, 400 Historic House Trust of New York City, NY, 1241 Historic Houston, TX, 2175 Historic Mobile Preservation Society, AL, 7 Historic Royal Palaces, England, 804 Historical Society of Martin County, FL, 616 Historical Society of Pennsylvania, PA, 2082 Historical Society of Seattle and King County, WA, 2234 HistoryMakers, The, IL, 572, 573, 607, 654, 675-677, 711, 716, 721, 892, 893, 921, 952, 1004-1006, 1185, 2196, 2232 Homewood Cemetery Historical Fund, PA, 2094 Honolulu Academy of Arts, HI, 659 Hope College, MI, 874 Horticultural Society of New York, NY, 1751 Houston Academy of Medicine, TX, 2186-2190 Houston Bar Foundation, TX, 2176 Howard University, DC, 1061 Hunan Provincial Museum, China, 1062 Hunter College of the City University of New York, NY, 401 Hunter Museum of Art, TN, 1344 Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, CA, 331, 1508 Imagine Childrens Museum, WA, 2250 Independent Institute for Social Policy, Russia, 717 Indiana University, IN, 266, 859, 1509-1511 Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN, 731, 1512, 2032 Indigenous Language Institute, NM, 65 Indonesian Visual Art Archive Foundation, Indonesia, 1063 Inglewood After-School Recreation Corporation, CA, 30 Institut de France-Domaine de Chantilly, France, 1136 Institut National d Histoire de l Art, France, 135 Institute for Social and Cultural Change, MA, 953 Institute of American Indian Arts, NM, 805 Institute of Museum and Library Services, DC, 136, 1345-1347 Institute of Nautical Archaeology, TX, 2168 Instituto de Botanica Darwinion, Argentina, 1513 Instituto de Botanica del Nordeste, Argentina, 1514 Instituto de Ecologia, Bolivia, 1515 Instituto de Investigacao Cientifica Tropical, Portugal, 1516 Intermuseum Conservation Association, OH, 1242, 1962, 1963, 1979, 1984, 1985 International Association of Art Critics United States Section, NY, 1915 International Center of Photography, NY, 1348 International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Italy, 137-142, 1517 International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, England, 143, 144 Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum, Austria, 43 Internet Archive, CA, 312, 539, 540, 1518, 1519, 1877-1879 Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, IL, 692 Iota Center, CA, 402-404 Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, MA, 1293 Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, NY, 1349, 2033, 2034 IssueLab, IL, 313 Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, Turkey, 66 Istituto degli Innocenti di Firenze, Italy, 145 Itasca Community Television, MN, 877 Ithaka Harbors, NY, 314, 1520-1533 J. Paul Getty Trust, CA, 525, 1975 Jackson State University, MS, 1064 Jacques Marchais Center of Tibetan Art, NY, 146 Jagiellonian University, Poland, 147 Japanese American National Museum, CA, 405 Jarbidge Community Association, NV, 931 Jefferson Institute, VA, 631 Jerusalem Foundation, NY, 1243 Jewish Media Fund, NY, 1838

Jewish Museum, NY, 1294, 1350 Jewish National and University Library, Israel, 2121-2123 Jewish Womens Archive, MA, 309, 526-528, 628, 629, 773, 841, 842, 850, 864, 957, 1025-1031, 1162, 1214, 1398, 1738, 1739, 1752-1754, 1810, 1832, 1839, 1873, 1894, 1944, 1945, 2124-2126, 2201 Johannesburg, City of, South Africa, 981 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, DC, 936 John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, MA, 2142 Johns Hopkins University, MD, 406, 726, 1534-1536 Josef Albers Foundation, CT, 407, 954 JSTOR, NY, 718, 719, 1065-1067, 1537 Judah L. Magnes Museum, CA, 332 K C R W Foundation, CA, 267 K T C A/K T C I Twin Cities Public Television, MN, 880 Kankakee County Historical Society, IL, 2020 Kansas City Public Library, MO, 922 Kansas University Endowment Association, KS, 1538 Keene State College, NH, 408 Kent State University Foundation, OH, 1991, 1992 Ketebul Music, Kenya, 1068 Keyes Foundation, LA, 748 Kingsway Jewish Center, NY, 1755 Kronos Performing Arts Association, CA, 268 LA Freewaves, CA, 325 La Mama Experimental Theater Club, NY, 1069-1071 Landmark Society of Western New York, NY, 1847, 1848 Larry Rivers Foundation, NY, 409 Lehigh University, PA, 2021 Lesbian Herstory Educational Foundation, NY, 1883 Lewis University, IL, 693 Library and Archives Canada, Canada, 148 Library Foundation of Los Angeles, CA, 149 Library of Congress, DC, 150, 269, 410, 411, 782, 982, 1539 Library of Virginia, VA, 2230, 2239 Library of Virginia Foundation, VA, 2054, 2055, 2223, 2228, 2229, 2231 Life Frames, CA, 529 Liliesleaf Trust, South Africa, 1072 Lincoln City Libraries, NE, 412 Lincoln County Historical Association, NC, 1949 Little Compton Historical Society, RI, 2127 Living Archives, NY, 341, 512, 594, 2010 Long Beach Museum of Art Foundation, CA, 31, 151 Long Now Foundation, CA, 67 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, 32, 33, 152-154, 1540, 2035 Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archive, FL, 413 Louisiana Art and Science Museum, LA, 743 Louisiana Childrens Museum, LA, 757, 2262 Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, LA, 155 Louisiana Landmarks Society, LA, 1244 Louisiana Museum Foundation, LA, 156, 749, 750, 754, 758, 915 Louisiana State Museum, LA, 744 Loyola University, LA, 759 Loyola University of Chicago, IL, 694 Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, MS, 911, 916, 917 Lyons Public Library, NY, 1849 Lyrasis, GA, 1541 Madison County Historical Society, NY, 1002 Madison-Jefferson County Public Library, IN, 728 Maine Historical Society, ME, 762 Makerere University, Uganda, 1542 Manchester City Council, England, 157 Manchester Craftsmens Guild, PA, 2073 Marin Museum of the American Indian, CA, 342 Mariners Museum, VA, 414 Marist College, NY, 415 Mark Twain House, CT, 586 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, GA, 574 Martin Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, 1543 Maryland Historical Society, MD, 765

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, 1351, 1861 Maya Educational Foundation, VT, 1073 Media Arts Center San Diego, CA, 515 Medici Archive Project, NY, 587, 854, 966, 1015, 1137-1139, 1245-1247, 1544, 1756, 1757 Medieval Academy of America, MA, 1545 Mehrangarh Museum Trust, India, 158 Memoria Abierta, Argentina, 846, 847 Mennonite Central Committee Central States, KS, 416 Mesa Verde Museum Association, CO, 564 Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation, NY, 1126, 1212, 1840 Metropolitan Arts Center, AL, 15 Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, 159-161, 774-776, 1546-1548, 1734, 1735, 1758, 1759, 1830, 1896, 1897 Miami-Dade Public Library System, FL, 417 Michigan State University, MI, 1074 Michigan Technological University, MI, 855 Midland County Courthouse, MI, 856 Midwest Art Conservation Center, MN, 887, 888, 903-905 Mills College, CA, 418 Milwaukee County Historical Society, WI, 2266, 2267 Mingei International Museum, CA, 516, 554 Minnesota Historical Society, MN, 894, 895, 897 Mississippi Department of Archives and History, MS, 920 Missouri Botanical Garden, MO, 345, 1549-1551 Missouri Historical Society, MO, 419 Mobile Historic Development Commission, AL, 8 MoeMaKa Radio and Multimedia, CA, 1815 Monroe County Heritage Museum, AL, 9 Monterey Jazz Festival, CA, 270 Morehouse College, GA, 1552, 1553 Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, FL, 2036 Mount Holyoke College, MA, 1554 Mount Kisco Public Library, NY, 2227 Msunduzi, Municipality of, South Africa, 983 Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, CA, 530, 531 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, NY, 1352 Musee National dHistoire Naturelle, France, 1555-1557 Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Chile, 1558 Museo Nacional de Historia Natural y Antropologia, Uruguay, 1559 Museum of Art and History at the McPherson Center, CA, 75 Museum of Arts and Design, NY, 1353 Museum of Contemporary Art, CA, 34, 162 Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CA, 163, 1354 Museum of Fine Arts, MA, 777, 833, 838, 1295-1297, 1355, 1560-1563 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, 164, 1356, 1357, 1564, 1760, 1761, 1916 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, NM, 1358 Museum of Modern Art, NY, 44, 271, 420-422, 885, 1298, 1359, 1360, 1565, 1804-1807, 1898 Museum of New Mexico Foundation, NM, 165 Museum of Performance and Design, CA, 245, 246, 248, 272, 532 Museum of Science, MA, 840 Museum of South Texas History, TX, 2143 Museum of Texas Tech University, TX, 2160, 2161 Museum of Texas Tech University Association, TX, 2180 Museum of the City of New York, NY, 166, 1248 Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea, CT, 621, 2108 Nantucket Preservation Trust, MA, 1762, 1763 Nantucket Sustainable Development Corporation, MA, 1764 Naropa University, CO, 273, 423 Nassau County Firefighters Museum, Friends of the, NY, 2224-2226 National Archives, DC, 424, 703, 704 National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, NY, 852, 853

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National Botanic Garden of Belgium, Belgium, 1566, 1567 National Catholic Bioethics Center, PA, 597 National Center for Jewish Film, MA, 425, 426 National Council for the Traditional Arts, MD, 274 National Dance Institute, NY, 943 National Film Preservation Foundation, CA, 1568 National Gallery of Art, DC, 45-47, 167, 1249, 1569, 1570 National Gallery Trust, England, 1571 National Library and Archives of Egypt, Egypt, 1075 National Museum of Mexican Art, IL, 695, 696 National Museum of Natural History, DC, 427, 428 National Museum of the American Indian, NY, 1361 National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, England, 168 National Organization for Traditional Artists Exchange, HI, 275, 276 National Portrait Gallery, England, 169 National Research Foundation, South Africa, 984 National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museum Studies, Mexico, 170 National Security Archive Fund, DC, 76, 77, 315-317, 567, 599, 600, 610-612, 632, 848, 849, 949, 985-987, 1076-1080, 1795, 1816-1819, 1823, 1824, 1831 National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, VA, 624 National Tropical Botanical Garden, HI, 658 National Trust for Historic Preservation, DC, 81, 171-174, 958, 988, 1081, 1082, 1250, 1251, 1362, 1363, 1572, 1852, 1890, 1899, 2191, 2236 National University of Colombia, Colombia, 1573 National Womans Party, DC, 769-771 National World War II Museum, LA, 751 Natural History Museum, England, 1574-1578 Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, Austria, 1579, 1580 Nebraska Art Association, NE, 806 Nebraska State Historical Society, NE, 734, 807 Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation, NE, 735, 808 Nelson Gallery Foundation, MO, 175, 1581 Nelson Mandela Foundation, South Africa, 1083 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, MO, 809, 1364 New Britain Museum of American Art, CT, 1365 New Hampshire Political Library, NH, 830, 831, 1942 New Media for Nonprofits, IL, 318-320 New Mexico State Records and Archives, NM, 429, 430 New Mexico State University, NM, 810-812 New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY, 1366 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, LA, 176 New Orleans Museum of Art, LA, 752, 760, 1003, 1020, 1165, 1252, 1367, 1582, 1917 New School, NY, 177, 989 New York Academy of Medicine, NY, 633, 1765 New York Botanical Garden, NY, 1583-1586 New York City Center, NY, 1794 New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, NY, 1862, 1863 New York Preservation Archive Project, NY, 1188, 1253-1255, 1766, 1767 New York Public Library, NY, 431-435, 582, 999, 1035, 1299, 1395, 1736, 1827, 1869-1872, 1935, 1936 New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations, NY, 1140, 1768, 1769 New York Society Library, NY, 1770 New York State Archives Partnership Trust, NY, 1038, 1189, 1190, 1368 New York University, NY, 48, 277, 278, 436, 437, 549, 778, 1012, 1256-1258, 1289, 1587, 1588, 1841, 1900, 2050, 2051 Newark Museum, NJ, 942, 1369 Newaygo, City of, MI, 863 Newport Historical Society, RI, 2109 Newport Public Library, RI, 2110 Nichols House Museum, MA, 839 Noah Purifoy Foundation, CA, 1864 Noble Maritime Collection, NY, 1887 Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, MA, 813, 814, 1370

North American Textile Conservation Conference, NY, 178 North Carolina Museum of Art, NC, 1371 North Carolina Office of Archives and History, NC, 438 North Carolina Transportation History Corporation, NC, 1946 North Haven Historical Society, ME, 1932 North Kingstown Free Library, RI, 2111 North Scituate Public Library, RI, 2112 Northeast Document Conservation Center, MA, 179, 1259, 1260, 1589, 1901, 1902 Northeast Historic Film, ME, 439, 440, 761, 937 Northshore Concert Band, IL, 279 Northwest Photography Archive, OR, 2009, 2016, 2017 Northwestern University, IL, 1590 NSA Anthology Charitable Trust, NY, 990 Oakland Museum of California, CA, 1372 Odam Va Olam, Tajikistan, 68, 69 Ogden Museum of Southern Art, LA, 753, 1918, 1919 Ohio Historical Society, OH, 1993 Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art, MS, 180, 918, 1084, 1085, 1920, 1921 Oklahoma Historical Society, OK, 441, 2001-2003 Old Mission San Luis Rey, CA, 181 Old Salem Museums and Gardens, NC, 783 Old Town School of Folk Music, IL, 697 On the Boards, WA, 1591 Onghokham Institute, Indonesia, 1086 Online Computer Library Center, OH, 860, 1592 Open Memory Civil Association-Human Rights Organizations Coordinated Action, Argentina, 1087 Opera of Santa Croce, Italy, 182 Orange County Museum of Art, CA, 183, 1373 Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission, OR, 2012 Oregon Fire Service Museum Memorial and Learning Center, OR, 2013 Ormylia Foundation, Greece, 184 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, NY, 280 Oscar Niemeyer Foundation, Brazil, 185 Other Minds, CA, 281-283 Otis College of Art and Design, CA, 186 Our Lady of the Atonement Catholic Church, TX, 2259 Oxford University, England, 1593-1596 Pace University, NY, 1088 Pacific Asia Museum, CA, 35, 187 Pacifica Foundation, CA, 284 Palace Museum, China, 188 Paley Center for Media, NY, 285, 583, 1166, 1821, 1822 Paris Gibson Square, MT, 2245 Parrish Art Museum, NY, 1374 Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums, TX, 2148 Patten University, CA, 545 Paul Robeson Foundation, NY, 1089 Peabody Essex Museum, MA, 1375 Pennsylvania State Archives, PA, 442 Pennsylvania State University, PA, 732 Pennsylvania Trolley Museum, PA, 2074 Perkumpulan Pancur Kasih, Indonesia, 1090 Peten Archaeological Conservation Trust, NH, 49 Peter the Great Museum of Anthropolgy and Ethnography, Russia, 1091 Philadelphia Education Fund, PA, 2083 Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, PA, 2091, 2097, 2098, 2100-2103 Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA, 189, 1376, 1597-1599, 2084, 2085 Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, NY, 286, 1300 Phillips Collection, DC, 779, 1377 Photographic Preservation Society, TX, 580, 2153, 2154 Pierpont Morgan Library, NY, 780, 1301, 1771 Pikes Peak Library District Foundation, CO, 565 Pine Mountain Settlement School, KY, 443 Ping Chong and Company, NY, 1302 Pittsburgh, City of, PA, 2075 Poetry Archive, England, 1191

Poets House, NY, 287, 1303 Polish Arts Club of Buffalo, NY, 1809 Pomona College, CA, 190 Pompeii Trust, England, 1261 Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Peru, 288 Portland Art Museum, OR, 2018 Pratt Institute, NY, 1880 Preservation Alliance of New Orleans, LA, 745, 746, 755, 756, 843, 959 Princeton Theological Seminary, NJ, 622 Princeton University, NJ, 1141, 1142, 1262, 2222 Project Restore, CA, 191 Providence Athenaeum, RI, 2113 Psalmodi Foundation for Archaeological Research, ME, 1143 Purdue University, IN, 444 Quogue Free Library, NY, 1772 Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, CA, 1600 Rankin Museum of American Heritage, NC, 1951 Recorded Anthology of American Music, NY, 1601 Redwood Library and Athenaeum, RI, 834 Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, PA, 2057 Remnant Trust, IN, 740 Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, IL, 698 Research and Information Centre Memorial, Russia, 1092, 1093 Restaurateurs Sans Frontieres France, France, 70, 82 Reynolda House, NC, 1378, 1947 Rhode Island Historical Society, RI, 445, 446 Rhode Island School of Design, RI, 1602 Rhode Island State House Restoration Society, RI, 2114 Rhodes College, TN, 1603 Rhodes University, South Africa, 1604 Rhythm and Blues Foundation, PA, 289 Richard Nickel Committee, IL, 671-674, 700, 701 Rider University, NJ, 1773, 1774 Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology, Kenya, 1192 RIPM Consortium, MD, 1605 Riwaq Centre for Architectural Conservation, West Bank/Gaza, 1094 Robert E. Lee Memorial Association, VA, 625 Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center, GA, 1606 Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, GA, 1607, 1608, 1943 Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation, CA, 74 Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, 192, 1609, 1610 Rochester Museum and Science Center, NY, 1850 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, OH, 1964, 1980-1982, 1994 Rockefeller University, NY, 1007-1010, 1160, 1854-1856 Rodef Shalom Congregation, PA, 2095 Roger Tory Peterson Institute for the Study of Natural History, NY, 447 Roger Williams Park, RI, 2115 Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Archival Center, CA, 347, 348 Romare Bearden Foundation, NY, 1095, 1186, 1775, 1928, 1976, 1977 Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation, GA, 448 Rosenberg Library Association, TX, 2177 Roswell Park Alliance Foundation, NY, 627 Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Scotland, 1611, 1612 Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England, 1613-1620 Royal Holloway University of London, England, 1621 Rundel Library Foundation, NY, 1851 Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia, 1096, 1097 Russian State Archive of Film and Photo Documents, Russia, 1098 Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Russia, 1099, 1100 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, NJ, 1622

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Foundation, NJ, 193 Saint Johns University, MN, 1623 Saint Louis University, MO, 1624 Saint Marys Seminary and University, MD, 766 Saint Paul Mission Historical Society, OR, 2019 Saint Pauls Cathedral Foundation, England, 194 Saint Stephens Historical Commission, AL, 10 Saint Vincent College, PA, 835, 2056 Sampson Regional Medical Center, NC, 1950 Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, IL, 768 San Antonio Museum of Art, TX, 1379 San Diego Folk Heritage, CA, 290 San Diego Museum of Man, CA, 517 San Diego Natural History Museum, CA, 518, 519 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA, 195, 196 Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, CA, 557-560 Santa Barbara Mission Archive-Library, CA, 537, 930 Santa Monica Museum of Art, CA, 197 SAVAMA-DCI, Mali, 1101 Save Our Wilkes County History Committee, NC, 1952 Schoenberg Institute, Austria, 562, 563 Scripps College, CA, 198, 2037 Seattle Art Museum, WA, 199, 1380, 2260 Seattle Parks Foundation, WA, 2251 Seattle University, WA, 2246 Seminole Nation Historical Society, OK, 2000 Seventh Regiment Armory Conservancy, NY, 1381 Sherman Library and Gardens, CA, 449 Shoah Foundation, PA, 39, 40, 58, 310, 321, 330, 513, 538, 555, 1213, 1867, 1882 Sir John Soanes Museum, England, 200 Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary of the Woods, IN, 541 Skokomish Indian Tribe, WA, 291 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, NY, 763 Smith College, MA, 1102, 1103 Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC, 533, 534 Smithsonian Institution, DC, 201-204, 292-294, 648, 1011, 1625-1635, 1865, 1903, 2038, 2149, 2193 Social and Public Art Resource Center, CA, 326 Social Science Baha, Nepal, 1104 Social Science Research Council, NY, 1105, 1106 Sociedade dos Amigos da Biblioteca Demonstrativa de Brasilia, Brazil, 205 Society for the Preservation of Physician Assistant History, VA, 945, 991 Society of Architectural Historians, IL, 1636 Society of the Cincinnati of the State of South Carolina, SC, 2128 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, 450 Soprintendenza Speciale per il Patrimonio Storico, Artistico ed Etnoantropologico per il Polo Museale della Citta di Roma, Italy, 206 South African Bibliographic and Information Network, South Africa, 1637 South African National Biodiversity Institute, South Africa, 1638, 1639 South Carolina Historical Society, SC, 699 Southeastern Museums Conference, GA, 1263 Southern Methodist University, TX, 451 Southern University at New Orleans, LA, 207 Southern Vermont Arts Center, VT, 815 Spelman College, GA, 208 SPJST Library Archives and Museum, TX, 2039, 2185 Squaxin Island Museum Library and Research Center, WA, 2240 Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, Germany, 209 Staatliches Museum Schwerin, Germany, 210 Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, OH, 1995 Stanford Theater Foundation, CA, 492, 493 Stanford University, CA, 483, 542, 861, 1264, 1640 Start the Adventure in Reading, LA, 747 State Hermitage Museum Foundation of Canada, Canada, 1265, 1266 State Museum of Contemporary Art, Greece, 211 State University of New York at Albany, NY, 1776 Staten Island Childrens Museum, NY, 1888, 1889 Statens Museum for Kunst, Denmark, 212, 213

Steamship Historical Society of America, RI, 2116, 2117 Steel Industry Heritage Corporation, PA, 2062 Stephens College, MO, 626 Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, MA, 214, 868 Stichting tot Exploitatie van het Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, Netherlands, 1641, 1642 Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Germany, 215 Stonewall Library and Archives, FL, 617, 618, 2052 Storm King Art Center, NY, 2022 Studio for Southern California History, CA, 50 Studio Museum in Harlem, NY, 1777 Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, CA, 24, 25, 60, 73, 78-80, 338, 339, 346, 553, 561, 570, 576, 595, 596, 598, 635, 636, 678, 679, 681, 682, 702, 705, 707, 723, 851, 875, 967, 1207, 1307, 1858, 1926, 1927, 2005, 2104, 2105 Swedish Museum of Natural History, Sweden, 1643 Swisher County Archives and Museum Association, TX, 2136 Syracuse University, NY, 1644 T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives, TX, 2194, 2203-2216 Tacoma Art Museum, WA, 2261 Tall Timbers Research, FL, 655 Tampa Museum of Art, FL, 216 Tate Gallery, England, 217, 218, 1645, 1646 Teachers College Columbia University, NY, 992, 993, 1107, 1778, 1779, 1842 Ted Stevens Foundation, AK, 2144, 2145 Temenos, Inc., NY, 452 Temple Israel, MN, 899 Temple University, PA, 2069, 2070 Tennessee Archive of the Moving Image and Sound, TN, 453, 454 Texas Archive of the Moving Image, TX, 455, 456 Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, TX, 2165 Texas State Historical Association, TX, 2178 Texas State Library and Archives Commission, TX, 2202, 2241, 2242 Texas Tech University, TX, 2181-2183 Textile Center of Minnesota, MN, 878, 879, 881, 886, 890, 900-902, 907, 908, 2269 Teylers Museum, Netherlands, 219 Thibitisha Trust, Kenya, 1108 Thomas Merton Center Foundation, KY, 738, 739 Toledo Museum of Art, OH, 1382, 1383 Town Hall Los Angeles, CA, 509 Transylvania Community Hospital, NC, 1948 Triad Institute, MA, 71 Trinity College, CT, 457 Trust for African Rock Art, CA, 712, 713, 1109, 1647, 1648, 714 Tudor Place Foundation, DC, 784 Tulane Educational Fund, LA, 220 Tulane University, LA, 1922 Tulsa Archives, OK, 23, 1998, 1999, 2006 U.S.S. Alabama Battleship Foundation, AL, 11 UC Santa Cruz Foundation, CA, 543 UCLA Foundation, CA, 36, 37, 970 Ujwal Trust, India, 1110 Ukrainian Museum-Archives, OH, 1967, 1983 UNAM Foundation, TX, 1649 Universidad Externado de Colombia, Colombia, 1650 University of Akron, OH, 1986 University of Arizona, AZ, 1267 University of Arizona Foundation, AZ, 816 University of California, CA, 38, 221-225, 249, 250, 295-297, 458-460, 494-504, 535, 536, 550, 551, 727, 1111, 1112, 1396, 1397, 1651-1658, 1866 University of California at San Diego, CA, 1659, 1881 University of Cape Town, South Africa, 994, 995, 1660-1662 University of Central Oklahoma Foundation, OK, 2004 University of Chicago, IL, 1663-1668 University of Chile, Chile, 1113 University of Cincinnati Foundation, OH, 226

University of Colorado, CO, 1121, 1122, 2263 University of Colorado Foundation, CO, 1033, 1034 University of Connecticut, CT, 1669 University of Dallas, TX, 2169 University of Delaware, DE, 227, 1670-1674, 2040 University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland, 228, 229, 1675-1677 University of Florence, Italy, 1678 University of Fort Hare, South Africa, 1679 University of Fribourg, Switzerland, 1680 University of Georgia, GA, 461-463 University of Graz, Austria, 1681 University of Hamburg, Germany, 1682, 1683 University of Hawaii, HI, 464 University of Houston-University Park, TX, 2179 University of Idaho, ID, 298, 465 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, 1684-1686 University of Kansas, KS, 466, 467 University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 996 University of London, England, 1687, 1688 University of Maryland-College Park, MD, 468, 1689 University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth Foundation, MA, 844 University of Memphis, TN, 2132 University of Miami, FL, 1690 University of Michigan, MI, 898, 946, 947, 1691-1694 University of Minnesota Foundation, MN, 896 University of Missouri, MO, 925, 1695-1697 University of Montana, MT, 469 University of Montana Foundation, MT, 928 University of Montpellier II, France, 1698 University of Mysore, India, 1114 University of Nebraska, NE, 929 University of New Mexico, NM, 817-819 University of New Mexico Foundation, NM, 820-822 University of New Orleans, LA, 299 University of North Carolina, NC, 300, 470, 1268, 1699-1703 University of Pennsylvania, PA, 471, 823, 1269, 1270, 1704, 2041, 2086 University of Pittsburgh, PA, 2061, 2076 University of Rochester, NY, 1384, 1705 University of Saint Mary of the Lake-Mundelein Seminary, IL, 680, 724, 725 University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1115, 1706 University of Southern California, CA, 51, 61, 62, 230, 231, 1707, 1708, 2096 University of Texas, TX, 505, 1709, 1710, 1857, 2166, 2197 University of the State of New York, Regents Research Fund, NY, 1780 University of the Western Cape, South Africa, 1116 University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 997, 1711-1713 University of Toronto, Canada, 1144, 1145, 1714 University of Utah, UT, 472 University of Vermont, VT, 232, 473 University of Virginia, VA, 1146, 1147, 1715 University of Waikato, New Zealand, 1716 University of Warwick, England, 1717 University of Washington, WA, 474 University of Washington Foundation, WA, 2235 University of Wisconsin, WI, 1718 University of Wurzburg, Germany, 506 University of York, England, 1719 University System of Maryland, MD, 2042 Upper Midwest Conservation Association, MN, 891 UWM Foundation, WI, 2268 Valdez Museum and Historical Archive Association, AK, 2247 Vanderbilt University, TN, 1271 Vassar College, NY, 1720 Ventura County Museum of History and Art, CA, 552 Vermont Folklife Center, VT, 301 Victoria and Albert Museum, England, 233-235 Vietnam Cinema Association, Vietnam, 1117 Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Vietnam, 236 Villanova University, PA, 1721 Ville de Bry-Sur-Marne, France, 237 Ville de Paris, France, 238

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Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy, VA, 1722 Virginia Historical Society, VA, 1723 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, VA, 1385 Visual Communications/Southern California Asian American Studies Central, CA, 475 Visual Resources Association, MD, 239 Visual Resources Association Foundation, CA, 240 W G B H Educational Foundation, MA, 1724 Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, CT, 1386 Wageningen University, Netherlands, 1725 Wagner Free Institute of Science, PA, 2049 Waioli Coporation, HI, 661 Walker Art Center, MN, 241 Walter Anderson Museum of Art, MS, 919 Walters Art Gallery Endowment Foundation, MD, 1726 Walters Art Museum, MD, 824-826, 1272, 1387 Warner House Association, NH, 1388 Washington County Historical Society and Museum, OR, 2248 West African Museums Programme, Senegal, 242 Western Folklife Center, NV, 302, 303

Western Reserve Historical Society, OH, 1965, 1966, 1987 Western Washington University, WA, 1389 Westminster College, MO, 1193-1197 Weston Historical Society, CT, 584 Wheaton College, MA, 2043 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, NM, 827 Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, 243, 1390, 2150 Whittier Historical Society, CA, 343 Wild Dolphin Project, FL, 52 Wildlife of the American West, WY, 2077, 2270 Wildscreen Trust, England, 53 Williams College, MA, 1727 Williamstown Art Conservation Center, MA, 585, 828, 1891, 1904-1907 Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, DE, 742 Wisconsin Historical Society, WI, 476 Woodmere Art Museum, PA, 2087 Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, NY, 1781, 1782 Worcester Art Museum, MA, 781, 1728 World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame, CO, 477

World Heritage Foundation, MI, 1198-1200 World Monuments Fund, NY, 54-56, 83, 251, 307, 308, 333-335, 480, 481, 591, 592, 609, 613, 614, 683, 736, 737, 938, 940, 948, 955, 960-965, 968, 971, 972, 974, 975, 998, 1016, 1021-1024, 1123, 1124, 1148-1156, 1167, 1169-1182, 1201-1206, 1208-1211, 1273-1288, 1304-1306, 1740, 1741, 1783-1789, 1798, 1799, 1834, 1843, 1844, 1868, 1884-1886, 1892, 1893, 1923-1925, 1929, 1933, 1934, 1937-1939, 2119, 2151, 2152, 2195 Wrangell, City of, AK, 22 Yale University, CT, 244, 304-306, 478, 544, 1157, 1158, 1729-1731, 2044 Yeshiva Elementary School, WI, 2264 Yirrkala Dhanbul Community Association, Australia, 72 Young Peoples Project, MA, 1017 Yunnan Nationalities University, China, 720 Zamorano, VA, 1732 Zubaan, India, 1118

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ALABAMA
Alabama Archives and History Foundation 1-5, 12-14, 16-18, 709 Alabama Department of Archives and History 651, 652 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute 639 Birmingham Museum of Art 2137 Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center 6 Historic Mobile Preservation Society 7 Metropolitan Arts Center 15 Mobile Historic Development Commission 8 Monroe County Heritage Museum 9 Saint Stephens Historical Commission 10 U.S.S. Alabama Battleship Foundation 11 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation 507, 508 Alexandria Archive Institute 311 Ali Akbar College of Music 322 American Film Institute 26 American Museum of Ceramic Art 88 Arhoolie Foundation 253 Artist Tribe Foundation 364 Asian Art Museum Foundation of San Francisco 1416 Association of Moving Image Archivists 365, 1417 Autry National Center of the American West 27, 92, 556 Balboa Art Conservation Center 93, 906 Bay Area Video Coalition 1912 Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive 368-371 California Academy of Sciences 1441 California Historical Society 1163 California Institute of Technology 836 California Institute of the Arts 101, 102 Center for Governmental Studies 710, 1835-1837 Center for Social Advocacy 514 Center for the Study of Political Graphics 323 Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums 113, 2029 Creative Growth Art Center 521 Crocker Art Museum 800 Diocese of Monterey 344 Esalen Institute 2064, 2065 Film Arts Foundation 340 Filmforum 117 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco 522-524, 801 Flora of North America Association 1486 Fresno City and County Historical Society 324 Friends: The Foundation of the California African-American Museum 128 Fuller Theological Seminary 29 Give2Asia 1239 Grabhorn Institute 247 Herman Leonard Photography 265 Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens 331, 1508 Inglewood After-School Recreation Corporation 30 Internet Archive 312, 539, 540, 1518, 1519, 1877-1879 Iota Center 402-404 J. Paul Getty Trust 525, 1975 Japanese American National Museum 405 Judah L. Magnes Museum 332 K C R W Foundation 267 Kronos Performing Arts Association 268 LA Freewaves 325 Library Foundation of Los Angeles 149 Life Frames 529 Long Beach Museum of Art Foundation 31, 151 Long Now Foundation 67 Los Angeles County Museum of Art 32, 33, 152-154, 1540, 2035 Marin Museum of the American Indian 342 Media Arts Center San Diego 515 Mills College 418 Mingei International Museum 516, 554 MoeMaKa Radio and Multimedia 1815 Monterey Jazz Festival 270 Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies 530, 531 Museum of Art and History at the McPherson Center 75 Museum of Contemporary Art 34, 162 Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego 163, 1354 Museum of Performance and Design 245, 246, 248, 272, 532 National Film Preservation Foundation 1568 Noah Purifoy Foundation 1864 Oakland Museum of California 1372 Old Mission San Luis Rey 181 Orange County Museum of Art 183, 1373 Other Minds 281-283 Otis College of Art and Design 186 Pacific Asia Museum 35, 187 Pacifica Foundation 284 Patten University 545 Pomona College 190 Project Restore 191 Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden 1600 Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation 74 Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Archival Center 347, 348 San Diego Folk Heritage 290 San Diego Museum of Man 517 San Diego Natural History Museum 518, 519 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 195, 196 Santa Barbara Maritime Museum 557-560 Santa Barbara Mission Archive-Library 537, 930 Santa Monica Museum of Art 197 Scripps College 198, 2037 Sherman Library and Gardens 449 Social and Public Art Resource Center 326 Stanford Theater Foundation 492, 493 Stanford University 483, 542, 861, 1264, 1640 Studio for Southern California History 50 Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation 24, 25, 60, 73, 78-80, 338, 339, 346, 553, 561, 570, 576, 595, 596, 598, 635, 636, 678, 679, 681, 682, 702, 705, 707, 723, 851, 875, 967, 1207, 1307, 1858, 1926, 1927, 2005, 2104, 2105 Town Hall Los Angeles 509 Trust for African Rock Art 712, 713, 1109, 1647, 1648 UC Santa Cruz Foundation 543 UCLA Foundation 36, 37, 970 University of California 38, 221-225, 249, 250, 295-297, 458-460, 494-504, 535, 536, 550, 551, 727, 1111, 1112, 1396, 1397, 1651-1658, 1866 University of California at San Diego 1659, 1881 University of Southern California 51, 61, 62, 230, 231, 1707, 1708, 2096 Ventura County Museum of History and Art 552 Visual Communications/Southern California Asian American Studies Central 475 Visual Resources Association Foundation 240 Whittier Historical Society 343

ALASKA
Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum 2243 Alaska Moving Image 350 Alaska Railroad Corporation 19 Alutiiq Heritage Foundation 2244 Fairbanks Symphony Association 20 Haines Borough Public Library 21 Ted Stevens Foundation 2144, 2145 Valdez Museum and Historical Archive Association 2247 Wrangell, City of 22

ARGENTINA
Fundacion Espigas 130 Fundacion Museo de la Plata 131 Instituto de Botanica Darwinion 1513 Instituto de Botanica del Nordeste 1514 Memoria Abierta 846, 847 Open Memory Civil Association-Human Rights Organizations Coordinated Action 1087

ARIZONA
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records 2237, 2238 Arizona State University 1411 University of Arizona 1267 University of Arizona Foundation 816

AUSTRALIA
Yirrkala Dhanbul Community Association 72

AUSTRIA
Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum 43 Naturhistorisches Museum Wien 1579, 1580 Schoenberg Institute 562, 563 University of Graz 1681

CANADA
Canadian Center for Architecture 1445 Canadian Museum of Carpets and Textiles 104 Library and Archives Canada 148 State Hermitage Museum Foundation of Canada 1265, 1266 University of Toronto 1144, 1145, 1714

BELGIUM
National Botanic Garden of Belgium 1566, 1567

CHILE
Fundacion Documentacion y Archivo de la Vicaria de la Solidaridad 845 Museo Nacional de Historia Natural 1558 University of Chile 1113

BOLIVIA
Instituto de Ecologia 1515

BRAZIL
Fundacao de Apoio a Universidade de Sao Paulo 129 Oscar Niemeyer Foundation 185 Sociedade dos Amigos da Biblioteca Demonstrativa de Brasilia 205 University of Sao Paulo 1115, 1706

CHINA
Beijing University 95 Dunhuang Research Academy 1480 Hunan Provincial Museum 1062 Palace Museum 188 Yunnan Nationalities University 720

CALIFORNIA
Academy Foundation 349

COLOMBIA
National University of Colombia 1573

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Universidad Externado de Colombia 1650

COLORADO
Clyfford Still Museum 1329 Colorado State University-Pueblo Foundation 482 Denver Art Museum 1336, 1471, 1472 Denver Public Library 566 Mesa Verde Museum Association 564 Naropa University 273, 423 Pikes Peak Library District Foundation 565 University of Colorado 1121, 1122, 2263 University of Colorado Foundation 1033, 1034 World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame 477

CONNECTICUT
Abbey of Regina Laudis 579 Amistad Center for Art and Culture 575 Connecticut College 1456 Derby Public Library 577 Hartford Public Library 767 Josef Albers Foundation 407, 954 Mark Twain House 586 Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea 621, 2108 New Britain Museum of American Art 1365 Trinity College 457 University of Connecticut 1669 Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art 1386 Weston Historical Society 584 Yale University 244, 304-306, 478, 544, 1157, 1158, 1729-1731, 2044

National Archives 424, 703, 704 National Gallery of Art 45-47, 167, 1249, 1569, 1570 National Museum of Natural History 427, 428 National Security Archive Fund 76, 77, 315-317, 567, 599, 600, 610-612, 632, 848, 849, 949, 985-987, 1076-1080, 1795, 1816-1819, 1823, 1824, 1831 National Trust for Historic Preservation 81, 171-174, 958, 988, 1081, 1082, 1250, 1251, 1362, 1363, 1572, 1852, 1890, 1899, 2191, 2236 National Womans Party 769-771 Phillips Collection 779, 1377 Smithsonian American Art Museum 533, 534 Smithsonian Institution 201-204, 292-294, 648, 1011, 1625-1635, 1865, 1903, 2038, 2149, 2193 Tudor Place Foundation 784

Musee National dHistoire Naturelle 1555-1557 Restaurateurs Sans Frontieres France 70, 82 University of Montpellier II 1698 Ville de Bry-Sur-Marne 237 Ville de Paris 238

GEORGIA
Atlanta History Center 641 Atlanta University Center Consortium 1419, 1420 Cherokee Garden Club Library 642-645 Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta 637, 649, 650, 1941, 2138, 2139 Emory University 389-391, 646, 1019, 1482, 2030 Fernbank Museum of Natural History 647, 1803 Georgia Archives 397 Georgia Historical Society 638 Lyrasis 1541 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change 574 Morehouse College 1552, 1553 Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center 1606 Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center 1607, 1608, 1943 Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation 448 Southeastern Museums Conference 1263 Spelman College 208 University of Georgia 461-463

EGYPT
Brotherhood of the Monastery of Saint Catherine 100 Egyptian Center for Culture and Art 1057 El Mastaba Center for Egyptian Popular Music 1058 Friends of the Coptic Museum 127 National Library and Archives of Egypt 1075

ENGLAND
British Council 1433 British Empire and Commonwealth Museum 96 British Library 97, 1044, 1434 British Museum 98, 1045, 1435, 1436 Cambridge University 103, 1233, 1442-1444 Courtauld Institute of Art 1463-1465 Historic Royal Palaces 804 International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 143, 144 Manchester City Council 157 National Gallery Trust 1571 National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside 168 National Portrait Gallery 169 Natural History Museum 1574-1578 Oxford University 1593-1596 Poetry Archive 1191 Pompeii Trust 1261 Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 1613-1620 Royal Holloway University of London 1621 Saint Pauls Cathedral Foundation 194 Sir John Soanes Museum 200 Tate Gallery 217, 218, 1645, 1646 University of London 1687, 1688 University of Warwick 1717 University of York 1719 Victoria and Albert Museum 233-235 Wildscreen Trust 53

GERMANY
Bach-Archiv 484, 485, 1743 Bayerisches Nationalmuseum 94 Botanische Staatssammlung Munchen 1429-1431 Bundesarchiv 1440 Dessau-Rosslau, City of 114 Fachhochschule Hildesheim/Holzminden/ Goettingen 115 Free University of Berlin 1489, 1490 Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurenberg 124 Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena 1491 Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen 1494, 1495 Martin Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg 1543 Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe 209 Staatliches Museum Schwerin 210 Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz 215 University of Hamburg 1682, 1683 University of Wurzburg 506

DELAWARE
Delaware Architecture Foundation 593 Delaware Art Museum 1335 Dover Public Library 384 University of Delaware 227, 1670-1674, 2040 Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library 742

DENMARK
Statens Museum for Kunst 212, 213

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
American Fund for Southampton University 793, 794 American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 1127-1129, 1219-1225 Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution 870, 871, 939, 1733, 1796, 1797 Carnegie Institution of Washington 28, 479 Childrens Defense Fund 1449 Community Foundation for the National Capital Region 2140, 2141 ConSource 653, 1833, 2220 Corcoran Gallery of Art 1333 Council of American Overseas Research Centers 1461 Council on Library and Information Resources 1462 Dance Heritage Coalition 1467, 1468 Digital Library Federation 1475 Ecological Society of America 1481 Folger Shakespeare Library 837 Foundation for the National Archives 59, 327, 328, 510, 511, 603-605, 608, 615, 722, 772, 785-788, 791, 1340, 1790-1792, 1828, 1829, 1988-1990, 2135, 2163, 2170 Foundation of American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 84, 121-123, 1237, 1488 Freer Gallery of Art 802 Friends of Ethiopia 63, 64 Gallaudet University 1493 George Washington University 1036, 1037, 1060, 1500, 1501 Heritage Preservation 1240, 1507 Howard University 1061 Institute of Museum and Library Services 136, 1345-1347 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 936 Library of Congress 150, 269, 410, 411, 782, 982, 1539

GREECE
Ormylia Foundation 184 State Museum of Contemporary Art 211

HAWAII FLORIDA
Abita Music Company 252 Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida 620, 623 Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens 1334 Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden 1483 Florida International University 261, 1487 Florida International University Foundation 118 Florida Southern College 619 Historical Society of Martin County 616 Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archive 413 Miami-Dade Public Library System 417 Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens 2036 Stonewall Library and Archives 617, 618, 2052 Tall Timbers Research 655 Tampa Museum of Art 216 University of Miami 1690 Wild Dolphin Project 52 Bishop Museum 657 Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West 656 Hawaiian Legacy Foundation 660 Honolulu Academy of Arts 659 National Organization for Traditional Artists Exchange 275, 276 National Tropical Botanical Garden 658 University of Hawaii 464 Waioli Coporation 661

HONG KONG
Asia Art Archive 546, 1119

IDAHO
University of Idaho 298, 465

FRANCE
Archives de la Critique d Art 90 Association Tela Botanica 1418 Bibliotheque Nationale 1426 Committee of Historic and Scientific Work 111 Institut de France-Domaine de Chantilly 1136 Institut National d Histoire de l Art 135

ILLINOIS
Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation 866 Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America 362, 363 Art Institute of Chicago 91, 1226, 1313, 1412, 1413 Center for Research Libraries 1448

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Chicago Architecture Foundation 663 Chicago Childrens Museum 664 Chicago Conservation Center 666 Chicago Film Archives 374-377 Chicago Filmmakers 378, 379 Chicago Historical Society 684, 1014 Chicago Public Art Group 685 Chicago Theological Seminary 2025, 2026 Columbia College 258 Experimental Sound Studio 689, 690 Field Museum of Natural History 392, 547, 548, 1484, 1485 Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust 1341 Gerber-Hart Gay and Lesbian Archives and Library 667-670 Health World Childrens Museum 665 HistoryMakers, The 572, 573, 607, 654, 675-677, 711, 716, 721, 892, 893, 921, 952, 1004-1006, 1185, 2196, 2232 Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art 692 IssueLab 313 Kankakee County Historical Society 2020 Lewis University 693 Loyola University of Chicago 694 National Museum of Mexican Art 695, 696 New Media for Nonprofits 318-320 Northshore Concert Band 279 Northwestern University 1590 Old Town School of Folk Music 697 Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago 698 Richard Nickel Committee 671-674, 700, 701 Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference 768 Society of Architectural Historians 1636 University of Chicago 1663-1668 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1684-1686 University of Saint Mary of the Lake-Mundelein Seminary 680, 724, 725

ITALY
British School at Rome 99, 486-489 Casa Editrice Leo S. Olschki 106 Fondazione Federico Zeri 119 International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property 137-142, 1517 Istituto degli Innocenti di Firenze 145 Opera of Santa Croce 182 Soprintendenza Speciale per il Patrimonio Storico, Artistico ed Etnoantropologico per il Polo Museale della Citta di Roma 206 University of Florence 1678

Friends of the Maryland State Archives 606, 789, 790 Harwood Institute for Public Innovation 630 Johns Hopkins University 406, 726, 1534-1536 Maryland Historical Society 765 National Council for the Traditional Arts 274 RIPM Consortium 1605 Saint Marys Seminary and University 766 University of Maryland-College Park 468, 1689 University System of Maryland 2042 Visual Resources Association 239 Walters Art Gallery Endowment Foundation 1726 Walters Art Museum 824-826, 1272, 1387

KANSAS
Kansas University Endowment Association 1538 Mennonite Central Committee Central States 416 University of Kansas 466, 467

MASSACHUSETTS
American Antiquarian Society 1793 American Textile History Museum 1311 Amherst College 1403 Boston Library Consortium 1874 Boston Public Library Foundation 832 Boston Symphony Orchestra 256 Boston University 829, 1427, 1428 Childrens Hospital Corporation 380 Congregation Beth El of the Sudbury River Valley 520 Education Development Center 1056 Harvard University 134, 398, 399, 1502-1505 Institute for Social and Cultural Change 953 Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum 1293 Jewish Womens Archive 309, 526-528, 628, 629, 773, 841, 842, 850, 864, 957, 1025-1031, 1162, 1214, 1398, 1738, 1739, 1752-1754, 1810, 1832, 1839, 1873, 1894, 1944, 1945, 2124-2126, 2201 John F. Kennedy Library Foundation 2142 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1351, 1861 Medieval Academy of America 1545 Mount Holyoke College 1554 Museum of Fine Arts 777, 833, 838, 1295-1297, 1355, 1560-1563 Museum of Science 840 Nantucket Preservation Trust 1762, 1763 Nantucket Sustainable Development Corporation 1764 National Center for Jewish Film 425, 426 Nichols House Museum 839 Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge 813, 814, 1370 Northeast Document Conservation Center 179, 1259, 1260, 1589, 1901, 1902 Peabody Essex Museum 1375 Smith College 1102, 1103 Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute 214, 868 Triad Institute 71 University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth Foundation 844 W G B H Educational Foundation 1724 Wheaton College 2043 Williams College 1727 Williamstown Art Conservation Center 585, 828, 1891, 1904-1907 Worcester Art Museum 781, 1728 Young Peoples Project 1017

KENTUCKY
Appalachian College Association 1404-1409 Appalshop 358-361, 1410 Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate 741 Pine Mountain Settlement School 443 Thomas Merton Center Foundation 738, 739

KENYA
African Woman and Child Feature Service 1039 Ketebul Music 1068 Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology 1192 Thibitisha Trust 1108 Trust for African Rock Art 714

LOUISIANA
Acadian Heritage and Culture Foundation 912 Backstreet Cultural Museum 367, 913, 914 Contemporary Arts Center 112 Greater New Orleans Foundation 2162 Keyes Foundation 748 Louisiana Art and Science Museum 743 Louisiana Childrens Museum 757, 2262 Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities 155 Louisiana Landmarks Society 1244 Louisiana Museum Foundation 156, 749, 750, 754, 758, 915 Louisiana State Museum 744 Loyola University 759 National World War II Museum 751 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation 176 New Orleans Museum of Art 752, 760, 1003, 1020, 1165, 1252, 1367, 1582, 1917 Ogden Museum of Southern Art 753, 1918, 1919 Preservation Alliance of New Orleans 745, 746, 755, 756, 843, 959 Southern University at New Orleans 207 Start the Adventure in Reading 747 Tulane Educational Fund 220 Tulane University 1922 University of New Orleans 299

INDIA
Centre for Media and Alternative Communication 1048 Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta 1049 Civic: Centre for Indian Visual Culture 1052 Mehrangarh Museum Trust 158 Ujwal Trust 1110 University of Mysore 1114 Zubaan 1118

INDIANA
Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives 729, 730 Indiana University 266, 859, 1509-1511 Indianapolis Museum of Art 731, 1512, 2032 Madison-Jefferson County Public Library 728 Purdue University 444 Remnant Trust 740 Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary of the Woods 541

INDONESIA
Arts Council of Jakarta 1043 Indonesian Visual Art Archive Foundation 1063 Onghokham Institute 1086 Perkumpulan Pancur Kasih 1090

MAINE
Bowdoin College 1316, 1317, 1432 Childrens Theater of Maine 764 Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology 1875 Maine Historical Society 762 North Haven Historical Society 1932 Northeast Historic Film 439, 440, 761, 937 Psalmodi Foundation for Archaeological Research 1143

MEXICO
Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes 120 National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museum Studies 170

IOWA
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art 733, 1324 Davenport Public Library 383 Dubuque County Historical Society 889 Figge Art Museum 1339

MICHIGAN
Albion College 865 Detroit Institute of Arts 1164, 1337, 1473, 1474 Eastern Michigan University 867 Grand Rapids Art Museum 1343 Grand Valley State University 862 Hope College 874 Michigan State University 1074 Michigan Technological University 855 Midland County Courthouse 856 Newaygo, City of 863 University of Michigan 898, 946, 947, 1691-1694 World Heritage Foundation 1198-1200

IRELAND
University of Dublin, Trinity College 228, 229, 1675-1677

MALI
SAVAMA-DCI 1101

ISRAEL
Jewish National and University Library 2121-2123

MARYLAND
Baltimore Museum of Art 795, 796, 1314 Consortium for the National Equal Justice Library 2158

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MINNESOTA
Itasca Community Television 877 K T C A/K T C I Twin Cities Public Television 880 Midwest Art Conservation Center 887, 888, 903-905 Minnesota Historical Society 894, 895, 897 Saint Johns University 1623 Temple Israel 899 Textile Center of Minnesota 878, 879, 881, 886, 890, 900-902, 907, 908, 2269 University of Minnesota Foundation 896 Upper Midwest Conservation Association 891 Walker Art Center 241

Princeton Theological Seminary 622 Princeton University 1141, 1142, 1262, 2222 Rider University 1773, 1774 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 1622 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Foundation 193

NEW MEXICO
Georgia OKeeffe Museum 803, 1342 Indigenous Language Institute 65 Institute of American Indian Arts 805 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture 1358 Museum of New Mexico Foundation 165 New Mexico State Records and Archives 429, 430 New Mexico State University 810-812 University of New Mexico 817-819 University of New Mexico Foundation 820-822 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian 827

MISSISSIPPI
Eudora Welty Foundation 909, 910, 2118 Harrison County Library System 691 Jackson State University 1064 Lynn Meadows Discovery Center 911, 916, 917 Mississippi Department of Archives and History 920 Ohr-OKeefe Museum of Art 180, 918, 1084, 1085, 1920, 1921 Walter Anderson Museum of Art 919

NEW YORK
Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives 601, 602 Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1309 American Academy in Rome 86, 792, 1216-1218 American Folk Art Museum 87 American Friends of the British Museum 2146 American Friends of the Israel Museum 2120 American Jewish Historical Society 352 American Museum of Natural History 1800-1802 American Trust for the British Library 1018 Anthology Film Archives 336, 354-357, 581, 934, 935, 976, 1032, 1911 Apollo Theater Foundation 1742, 1853 Architectural League of New York 2155 Archive of Contemporary Music 1168 Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution 869, 872, 873, 876, 1820, 1908, 1974 Art 21 1013, 1312 ARTstor 1227, 1414, 1415 ArtWatch International 932, 933 Association of Art Museum Curators Foundation 1228 Bank Street College of Education 1825 Bard College 1421 Bedford Hills Historical Museum 1737 Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation 1744 Boys and Girls Harbor 257 Brooklyn Academy of Music 1745 Brooklyn Historical Society 956, 1320, 1746 Brooklyn Museum 1229, 1290, 1437, 1438 Brooklyn Stained Glass Conservation Center 1230-1232 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy 1930 Buffalo State College 797 Buffalo State College Foundation 1439 Burchfield-Penney Art Center 1931 Camera News/Third World Newsreel 373 Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery 798, 799 Cazenovia Public Library 1000 Center for Jewish History 1291 Center for Khmer Studies 1292 Central European University Foundation 1046, 1811-1813 Century Association Archives Foundation 634, 950, 951, 1187, 1234, 1859 City University of New York 978 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 1392, 1451 Columbia University 110, 259, 715, 979, 1120, 1132, 1235, 1236, 1331, 1452-1455 Commercial Closet Association 568, 569 Coney Island History Project 1747 Cooper-Hewitt Museum, The Smithsonians National Museum of Design 1332 Cornell University 2028 Cunningham Dance Foundation 1053, 1466 Danspace Project 1469 Dia Art Foundation 1860 Educational Broadcasting Corporation 260 El Museo del Barrio 1338 Electronic Arts Intermix 387, 388 Erie Canal Museum 1001 Foundation for Economic Education 857, 858

MISSOURI
Black Archives of Mid-America 924 Friends of Missouri State Archives 926 Greater Kansas City Community Foundation 923, 927 Kansas City Public Library 922 Missouri Botanical Garden 345, 1549-1551 Missouri Historical Society 419 Nelson Gallery Foundation 175, 1581 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 809, 1364 Saint Louis University 1624 Stephens College 626 University of Missouri 925, 1695-1697 Westminster College 1193-1196

MONTANA
Paris Gibson Square 2245 University of Montana 469 University of Montana Foundation 928

NEBRASKA
American Historical Society of Germans from Russia 351 Lincoln City Libraries 412 Nebraska Art Association 806 Nebraska State Historical Society 734, 807 Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation 735, 808 University of Nebraska 929

NEPAL
Social Science Baha 1104

NETHERLANDS
Stichting tot Exploitatie van het Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie 1641, 1642 Teylers Museum 219 Wageningen University 1725

NEVADA
Jarbidge Community Association 931 Western Folklife Center 302, 303

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Dartmouth College 1470 Keene State College 408 New Hampshire Political Library 830, 831, 1942 Peten Archaeological Conservation Trust 49 Warner House Association 1388

NEW JERSEY
Cherry Hill Public Library, Friends of the 2088 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program 941 Newark Museum 942, 1369

Franco-American Foundation for the Arts and Sciences 1133 Franklin Furnace Archive 329, 337, 708, 882-884, 969, 973, 1161, 1183, 1184 French Heritage Society 1134 Frick Collection 1135, 1238, 1826 Friends of the New Netherland Project 1957-1961 Friends of the New York City Fire Department Collection 1748 Fund for Reconciliation and Development 1059 Garth Fagan Dance 1845 Genesee Country Museum 1846 George Balanchine Foundation 578 George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film 132, 133, 393-396, 490, 491, 1393, 1394, 1496, 1497 Haleakala 263, 264 Handweaving Museum and Arts Center 1749 Hanford Mills Museum 1808 Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame 1750 Historic House Trust of New York City 1241 Horticultural Society of New York 1751 Hunter College of the City University of New York 401 International Association of Art Critics United States Section 1915 International Center of Photography 1348 Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum 1349, 2033, 2034 Ithaka Harbors 314, 1520-1533 Jacques Marchais Center of Tibetan Art 146 Jerusalem Foundation 1243 Jewish Media Fund 1838 Jewish Museum 1294, 1350 JSTOR 718, 719, 1065-1067, 1537 Kingsway Jewish Center 1755 La Mama Experimental Theater Club 1069-1071 Landmark Society of Western New York 1847, 1848 Larry Rivers Foundation 409 Lesbian Herstory Educational Foundation 1883 Living Archives 341, 512, 594, 2010 Lyons Public Library 1849 Madison County Historical Society 1002 Marist College 415 Medici Archive Project 587, 854, 966, 1015, 1137-1139, 1245-1247, 1544, 1756, 1757 Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation 1126, 1212, 1840 Metropolitan Museum of Art 159-161, 774-776, 1546-1548, 1734, 1735, 1758, 1759, 1830, 1896, 1897 Mount Kisco Public Library 2227 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute 1352 Museum of Arts and Design 1353 Museum of Modern Art 44, 271, 420-422, 885, 1298, 1359, 1360, 1565, 1804-1807, 1898 Museum of the City of New York 166, 1248 Nassau County Firefighters Museum, Friends of the 2224-2226 National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum 852, 853 National Dance Institute 943 National Museum of the American Indian 1361 New Museum of Contemporary Art 1366 New School 177, 989 New York Academy of Medicine 633, 1765 New York Botanical Garden 1583-1586 New York City Center 1794 New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation 1862, 1863 New York Preservation Archive Project 1188, 1253-1255, 1766, 1767 New York Public Library 431-435, 582, 999, 1035, 1299, 1395, 1736, 1827, 1869-1872, 1935, 1936 New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations 1140, 1768, 1769 New York Society Library 1770 New York State Archives Partnership Trust 1038, 1189, 1190, 1368 New York University 48, 277, 278, 436, 437, 549, 778, 1012, 1256-1258, 1289, 1587, 1588, 1841, 1900, 2050, 2051 Noble Maritime Collection 1887 North American Textile Conservation Conference 178 NSA Anthology Charitable Trust 990

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GEOGRAPHIC INDEX

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra 280 Pace University 1088 Paley Center for Media 285, 583, 1166, 1821, 1822 Parrish Art Museum 1374 Paul Robeson Foundation 1089 Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York 286, 1300 Pierpont Morgan Library 780, 1301, 1771 Ping Chong and Company 1302 Poets House 287, 1303 Polish Arts Club of Buffalo 1809 Pratt Institute 1880 Quogue Free Library 1772 Recorded Anthology of American Music 1601 Rochester Institute of Technology 192, 1609, 1610 Rochester Museum and Science Center 1850 Rockefeller University 1007-1010, 1160, 1854-1856 Roger Tory Peterson Institute for the Study of Natural History 447 Romare Bearden Foundation 1095, 1186, 1775, 1928, 1976, 1977 Roswell Park Alliance Foundation 627 Rundel Library Foundation 1851 Seventh Regiment Armory Conservancy 1381 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 763 Social Science Research Council 1105, 1106 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 450 State University of New York at Albany 1776 Staten Island Childrens Museum 1888, 1889 Storm King Art Center 2022 Studio Museum in Harlem 1777 Syracuse University 1644 Teachers College Columbia University 992, 993, 1107, 1778, 1779, 1842 Temenos, Inc. 452 University of Rochester 1384, 1705 University of the State of New York, Regents Research Fund 1780 Vassar College 1720 Whitney Museum of American Art 243, 1390, 2150 Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen 1781, 1782 World Monuments Fund 54-56, 83, 251, 307, 308, 333-335, 480, 481, 591, 592, 609, 613, 614, 683, 736, 737, 938, 940, 948, 955, 960-965, 968, 971, 972, 974, 975, 998, 1016, 1021-1024, 1123, 1124, 1148-1156, 1167, 1169-1182, 1201-1206, 1208-1211, 1273-1288, 1304-1306, 1740, 1741, 1783-1789, 1798, 1799, 1834, 1843, 1844, 1868, 1884-1886, 1892, 1893, 1923-1925, 1929, 1933, 1934, 1937-1939, 2119, 2151, 2152, 2195

OHIO
Akron Art Museum 1308 American Jewish Archives 588-590, 1953, 1996 Artists Archives of the Western Reserve 1978 Business and Media Archives of the Mahoning Valley 1997 Butler Institute of American Art 1322 Capitol Square Foundation 1968 Cincinnati Museum Association 107, 108, 2027 Cleveland Artists Foundation 1954 Cleveland Grays 1955 Cleveland Museum of Art 1327, 1328 Columbus Museum of Art 1969-1972 East Cleveland Public Library 1956 Hale Farm and Western Reserve Village 1973 Intermuseum Conservation Association 1242, 1962, 1963, 1979, 1984, 1985 Kent State University Foundation 1991, 1992 Ohio Historical Society 1993 Online Computer Library Center 860, 1592 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum 1964, 1980-1982, 1994 Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens 1995 Toledo Museum of Art 1382, 1383 Ukrainian Museum-Archives 1967, 1983 University of Akron 1986 University of Cincinnati Foundation 226 Western Reserve Historical Society 1965, 1966, 1987

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum 2074 Philadelphia Education Fund 2083 Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center 2091, 2097, 2098, 2100-2103 Philadelphia Museum of Art 189, 1376, 1597-1599, 2084, 2085 Pittsburgh, City of 2075 Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary 2057 Rhythm and Blues Foundation 289 Rodef Shalom Congregation 2095 Saint Vincent College 835, 2056 Shoah Foundation 39, 40, 58, 310, 321, 330, 513, 538, 555, 1213, 1867, 1882 Steel Industry Heritage Corporation 2062 Temple University 2069, 2070 University of Pennsylvania 471, 823, 1269, 1270, 1704, 2041, 2086 University of Pittsburgh 2061, 2076 Villanova University 1721 Wagner Free Institute of Science 2049 Westminster College 1197 Woodmere Art Museum 2087

PERU
Circulo Amigos de la Cultura 109 Pontifical Catholic University of Peru 288

POLAND
Jagiellonian University 147

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma Historical Society 441, 2001-2003 Seminole Nation Historical Society 2000 Tulsa Archives 23, 1998, 1999, 2006 University of Central Oklahoma Foundation 2004

PORTUGAL
Instituto de Investigacao Cientifica Tropical 1516

PUERTO RICO
Fundacion Luis Munoz Marin 662, 944

OREGON
Benton County Historical Society 2007, 2014 First United Methodist Church of Portland 2008 Harney County Library Foundation 2011 High Desert Museum 2015 Northwest Photography Archive 2009, 2016, 2017 Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission 2012 Oregon Fire Service Museum Memorial and Learning Center 2013 Portland Art Museum 2018 Saint Paul Mission Historical Society 2019 Washington County Historical Society and Museum 2248

RHODE ISLAND
Brown University 1130, 1131 Community College of Rhode Island 2106 Greene Public Library 2107 Little Compton Historical Society 2127 Newport Historical Society 2109 Newport Public Library 2110 North Kingstown Free Library 2111 North Scituate Public Library 2112 Providence Athenaeum 2113 Redwood Library and Athenaeum 834 Rhode Island Historical Society 445, 446 Rhode Island School of Design 1602 Rhode Island State House Restoration Society 2114 Roger Williams Park 2115 Steamship Historical Society of America 2116, 2117

PENNSYLVANIA
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 1399, 1400 Allentown Art Museum 1215, 1310 American Philosophical Society 89, 1391 Andy Warhol Museum 353, 1909, 1910 Athenaeum of Philadelphia 2024, 2045 Barnes Foundation 1315, 1422-1425 Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish 2053 Carnegie Institute 105, 2058-2060, 2067, 2071, 2099 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh 2063 Carnegie Mellon University 1446, 1447 Carnegie Museum of Art 1323 Chemical Heritage Foundation 2092 Civil War and Underground Railroad Museum of Philadelphia 2078 Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts 706, 1125, 1457, 2046, 2047, 2066, 2068, 2079, 2089, 2090 Duquesne University 2093 Fairmount Park Art Association 116, 2031 Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation 2080, 2081 Greater Latrobe School District 2072 Historical Society of Pennsylvania 2082 Homewood Cemetery Historical Fund 2094 Lehigh University 2021 Manchester Craftsmens Guild 2073 National Catholic Bioethics Center 597 Pennsylvania State Archives 442 Pennsylvania State University 732

NEW ZEALAND
University of Waikato 1716

NIGERIA
Arewa House-Centre for Historical Documentation and Research 1042

RUSSIA
Archive Administration of Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Region 1041 Central State Archive of Film, Photographic and Phonographic Documents 1047 Centre of Contemporary Architecture 1050, 1051 Independent Institute for Social Policy 717 Peter the Great Museum of Anthropolgy and Ethnography 1091 Research and Information Centre Memorial 1092, 1093 Russian Academy of Sciences 1096, 1097 Russian State Archive of Film and Photo Documents 1098 Russian State Archive of Literature and Art 1099, 1100

NORTH CAROLINA
American Dance Festival 1401 Bob Moog Memorial Foundation for Electronic Music 255 Duke University 385, 1476-1479 Lincoln County Historical Association 1949 North Carolina Museum of Art 1371 North Carolina Office of Archives and History 438 North Carolina Transportation History Corporation 1946 Old Salem Museums and Gardens 783 Rankin Museum of American Heritage 1951 Reynolda House 1378, 1947 Sampson Regional Medical Center 1950 Save Our Wilkes County History Committee 1952 Transylvania Community Hospital 1948 University of North Carolina 300, 470, 1268, 1699-1703

SCOTLAND
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 1611, 1612

SENEGAL
Aid Transparency 1040 West African Museums Programme 242

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SOUTH AFRICA
Cape Town, City of 977 Dogged Films Proprietary 1054, 1055 Foundation for Library and Information Service Development 980 Johannesburg, City of 981 Liliesleaf Trust 1072 Msunduzi, Municipality of 983 National Research Foundation 984 Nelson Mandela Foundation 1083 Rhodes University 1604 South African Bibliographic and Information Network 1637 South African National Biodiversity Institute 1638, 1639 University of Cape Town 994, 995, 1660-1662 University of Fort Hare 1679 University of KwaZulu-Natal 996 University of the Western Cape 1116 University of the Witwatersrand 997, 1711-1713

SOUTH CAROLINA
Avery Research Center for African-American History and Culture 42 Brookgreen Gardens 1319 Claflin University 1450 College of Charleston Foundation 686, 687 Drayton Hall 688 Society of the Cincinnati of the State of South Carolina 2128 South Carolina Historical Society 699

SWEDEN
Swedish Museum of Natural History 1643

SWITZERLAND
Achi Association 85 Conservatoire et Jardin Botaniques 1458-1460 Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre 1814 University of Fribourg 1680

BWF Project 2156, 2157, 2192 Cavalla Historical Foundation 2164 Center for the Study of Ancient Territories 1895 Chinati Foundation 1325, 2147 Conservation History Association of Texas 2171 Contemporary Arts Museum Houston 1913, 1914 Free Mans Neighborhood Association 2172 Frontier Times Museum 2184 Fund for Folk Culture 262 Greater Houston Preservation Alliance 2173 Harris County Heritage Society 2200 Heritage Society 2174 Historic Houston 2175 Houston Academy of Medicine 2186-2190 Houston Bar Foundation 2176 Institute of Nautical Archaeology 2168 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 164, 1356, 1357, 1564, 1760, 1761, 1916 Museum of South Texas History 2143 Museum of Texas Tech University 2160, 2161 Museum of Texas Tech University Association 2180 Our Lady of the Atonement Catholic Church 2259 Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums 2148 Photographic Preservation Society 580, 2153, 2154 Rosenberg Library Association 2177 San Antonio Museum of Art 1379 Southern Methodist University 451 SPJST Library Archives and Museum 2039, 2185 Swisher County Archives and Museum Association 2136 T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library and Archives 2194, 2203-2216 Texas Archive of the Moving Image 455, 456 Texas Aviation Hall of Fame 2165 Texas State Historical Association 2178 Texas State Library and Archives Commission 2202, 2241, 2242 Texas Tech University 2181-2183 UNAM Foundation 1649 University of Dallas 2169 University of Houston-University Park 2179 University of Texas 505, 1709, 1710, 1857, 2166, 2197

Hildene 400 Maya Educational Foundation 1073 Southern Vermont Arts Center 815 University of Vermont 232, 473 Vermont Folklife Center 301

VIETNAM
Vietnam Cinema Association 1117 Vietnam Museum of Ethnology 236

VIRGINIA
Art Services International 41 Chrysler Museum 1326, 1940 Colonial Williamsburg Foundation 1330 George Mason University 1498, 1499 George Mason University Foundation 1876 Jefferson Institute 631 Library of Virginia 2230, 2239 Library of Virginia Foundation 2054, 2055, 2223, 2228, 2229, 2231 Mariners Museum 414 National Society of the Colonial Dames of America 624 Robert E. Lee Memorial Association 625 Society for the Preservation of Physician Assistant History 945, 991 University of Virginia 1146, 1147, 1715 Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy 1722 Virginia Historical Society 1723 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 1385 Zamorano 1732

WASHINGTON
Bainbridge Island Historical Society 2253 Center for Wooden Boats 2249 Densho 57, 571, 2233, 2252, 2254-2257 Friends of Bhutans Culture 125, 126 Friends of the Nelson Mandela Foundation 640 Governors Mansion Foundation 2258 Historical Society of Seattle and King County 2234 Imagine Childrens Museum 2250 On the Boards 1591 Seattle Art Museum 199, 1380, 2260 Seattle Parks Foundation 2251 Seattle University 2246 Skokomish Indian Tribe 291 Squaxin Island Museum Library and Research Center 2240 Tacoma Art Museum 2261 University of Washington 474 University of Washington Foundation 2235 Western Washington University 1389

TAJIKISTAN
Odam Va Olam 68, 69

TURKEY
Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts 66

TENNESSEE
Beale Street Caravan 254 Center for Southern Folklore 2129-2131, 2133 Country Music Hall of Fame 381, 382 Dixon Gallery and Gardens 2134 East Tennessee State University 386 Health and Education Research Operative Services 1159 Hunter Museum of Art 1344 Rhodes College 1603 Tennessee Archive of the Moving Image and Sound 453, 454 University of Memphis 2132 Vanderbilt University 1271

UGANDA
Makerere University 1542

URUGUAY
Museo Nacional de Historia Natural y Antropologia 1559

UTAH
BCS Project 2217 Brigham Young University 1318, 2218 Canyonlands Natural History Association 2219 Friends of Gilgal Garden 2221 University of Utah 472

WEST BANK/GAZA
Riwaq Centre for Architectural Conservation 1094

WISCONSIN
Milwaukee County Historical Society 2266, 2267 University of Wisconsin 1718 UWM Foundation 2268 Wisconsin Historical Society 476 Yeshiva Elementary School 2264

TEXAS
Abilene Library Consortium 2159 Amarillo Art Center Association 2023 American Research Center in Egypt 1402 Amon Carter Museum of Western Art 2167, 2198, 2199 Austin Public Library 366 Baylor University 2265

VENEZUELA
Fundacion Instituto Botanico de Venezuela 1492 Herbario Universitario PORT 1506

VERMONT
Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium 2048

WYOMING
Buffalo Bill Historical Center 372, 1321 Wildlife of the American West 2077, 2270

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Abuse prevention, conferences/seminars 1813 Abuse prevention, military/veterans 1813 Abuse prevention, offenders/ex-offenders 1813 Accessibility/universal design 899 Accessibility/universal design, children/youth 899 Accessibility/universal design, disabilities, people with 899 Adult education—literacy, Asians/Pacific Islanders 571 Adult education—literacy, basic skills & GED 571 Afghanistan, arts/culture/humanities 549 Afghanistan, education 549 Afghanistan, international affairs/development 549 Africa, arts/culture/humanities 640, 712-714, 1039, 1040, 1074, 1109, 1556, 1575, 1576, 1580, 1590, 1604, 1647, 1648, 1661, 1678 Africa, civil rights 640 Africa, education 640, 829, 994, 1039, 1074, 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1522, 1527, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1604, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1648, 1661, 1669, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Africa, environment 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1531, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Africa, international affairs/development 640, 829, 1039, 1040, 1074, 1109, 1522, 1527 Africa, public affairs/government 994, 1074, 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1522, 1527, 1531, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1604, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1648, 1661, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Africa, science 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1531, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Africa, social sciences 1074, 1661 African Americans/Blacks, arts/culture/humanities 42, 128, 207, 208, 258, 266, 367, 572-575, 607, 620, 623, 639, 649, 650, 654, 675-677, 686, 687, 711, 716, 721, 892, 893, 913, 914, 921, 922, 952, 1004-1006, 1072, 1074, 1081, 1083, 1084, 1089, 1185, 1420, 1427, 1428, 1450, 1541, 1552, 1608, 1670, 1742, 1777, 1853, 1941, 2138, 2139, 2172, 2196, 2232 African Americans/Blacks, civil rights 639, 649, 650, 768, 1072, 1083, 1089, 1419, 1427, 1428, 1552, 1553, 1608, 1662, 1941, 2138, 2139 African Americans/Blacks, community improvement/ development 768, 866, 1081, 1744 African Americans/Blacks, crime/courts/legal services 1662 African Americans/Blacks, education 258, 266, 572-574, 607, 620, 623, 639, 650, 654, 675-677, 711, 716, 768, 866, 867, 892, 893, 921, 922, 924, 952, 1004-1006, 1061, 1064, 1072, 1074, 1083, 1089, 1185, 1419, 1420, 1427, 1428, 1450, 1541, 1552, 1553, 1608, 1662, 1670, 1742, 1853, 1941, 2138, 2139, 2196, 2232 African Americans/Blacks, international affairs/ development 1074, 1083 African Americans/Blacks, public affairs/government 768, 1074, 1420, 1428, 1450 African Americans/Blacks, recreation/sports/ athletics 42 African Americans/Blacks, safety/disaster relief 913, 914, 1081, 1084 African Americans/Blacks, science 1427, 1608 African Americans/Blacks, social sciences 42, 207, 686, 687, 867, 1061, 1064, 1074, 1419, 1428, 1552, 1553, 2138, 2172 American studies 653, 858, 1126, 1157, 1158, 1212, 1419, 1553, 1722, 1731, 1833, 1840, 1986, 2076, 2220 American studies, African Americans/Blacks 1419, 1553 American studies, collections acquisition 1157, 1158 American studies, collections management/ preservation 1126, 1157, 1158, 1212, 1722, 1731, 2076 American studies, electronic media/online services 1722 American studies, management development/ capacity building 1419 American studies, minorities 1419, 1553 American studies, publication 1157, 1158 American studies, research 1731, 1986 American studies, women 1840 Animals/wildlife, collections management/ preservation 52, 2077 Animals/wildlife, computer systems/equipment 2058 Animals/wildlife, electronic media/online services 53 Animals/wildlife, England 53 Animals/wildlife, equipment 2058 Animals/wildlife, exhibitions 2077 Animals/wildlife, faculty/staff development 2058 Animals/wildlife, Global programs 53 Animals/wildlife, income development 52 Animals/wildlife, management development/ capacity building 52 Animals/wildlife, preservation/protection 52, 53, 2058, 2077 Animals/wildlife, research 52 Anthropology/sociology 720, 1042, 1055, 1060, 1091, 1096, 1097, 1661, 1713 Anthropology/sociology, collections management/ preservation 720, 1042, 1060, 1091, 1096, 1097, 1713 Anthropology/sociology, electronic media/online services 1091, 1096, 1097, 1661, 1713 Anthropology/sociology, faculty/staff development 1042 Anthropology/sociology, film/video/radio 1055 Anthropology/sociology, minorities 720, 1091 Anthropology/sociology, research 720, 1042, 1060, 1661 Architecture, building/renovation 182, 593 Architecture, collections management/preservation 100, 118, 182, 185, 700, 1050, 1051, 1094, 1341, 1445, 1636, 2155, 2183, 2219 Architecture, conferences/seminars 1050, 1051 Architecture, electronic media/online services 1051, 1143, 1636, 2183 Architecture, exhibitions 1050, 2155 Architecture, Hispanics/Latinos 2219 Architecture, Native Americans/American Indians 2219 Architecture, publication 1050, 1094 Architecture, research 1094 Architecture, technical assistance 182 Archives, African Americans/Blacks 258, 266, 572-574, 607, 620, 623, 639, 650, 654, 675-677, 711, 716, 768, 866, 867, 892, 893, 921, 922, 924, 952, 1004-1006, 1061, 1064, 1072, 1074, 1083, 1089, 1185, 1419, 1420, 1427, 1428, 1450, 1541, 1552, 1553, 1662, 1670, 1742, 1853, 1941, 2138, 2139, 2196, 2232 Archives, Asians/Pacific Islanders 57, 324, 660, 1815, 2233, 2252, 2254-2257 Archives, awards/prizes/competitions 1519 Archives, building/renovation 1-4, 63, 74, 343, 584, 655, 658, 861, 1069, 1070, 1093, 1521, 1943, 1980, 1981, 2039, 2136, 2166, 2177, 2185, 2203, 2208, 2223 Archives, capital campaigns 17, 572, 581, 648, 909, 1749, 1964, 2094, 2240 Archives, children/youth 257, 550, 551, 764, 767, 768, 853, 899, 1039, 1159, 1160, 1449, 2073, 2240 Archives, collections acquisition 63, 247, 484, 485, 627, 650, 867, 1072, 1104, 1130, 1131, 1157, 1158, 1271, 1414, 1679, 1745, 1941, 1999, 2050, 2051, 2062, 2121, 2139, 2166, 2197 Archives, collections management/preservation 27, 51, 74, 86, 90, 103, 118-120, 127, 135, 149, 164, 196, 205, 221, 225, 240, 247, 248, 252-306, 322, 343, 374-377, 398, 440, 452-455, 459, 494-496, 536, 543, 566, 568, 569, 597, 627, 640, 646, 648, 660, 689, 690, 695, 696, 700, 759, 763, 764, 782, 837, 855, 857, 859, 866, 867, 877, 897, 931, 936, 945-947, 953, 956, 977, 979-981, 983, 991, 994-997, 1007-1010, 1035, 1038, 1039, 1041, 1042, 1047, 1050, 1051, 1059, 1061, 1063, 1067-1071, 1074, 1088, 1090-1092, 1096-1098, 1102, 1103, 1107, 1110, 1112, 1113, 1115, 1120, 1132, 1141, 1142, 1144, 1145, 1157, 1158, 1160, 1166, 1192-1196, 1198-1200, 1218, 1227, 1356, 1359, 1366, 1373, 1381, 1391, 1392, 1396, 1397, 1407, 1409, 1417, 1426-1428, 1434, 1442-1445, 1449, 1477, 1478, 1503, 1537, 1541, 1552, 1561, 1588, 1592, 1594, 1597, 1607, 1622, 1623, 1636, 1644, 1655, 1659, 1663-1665, 1670, 1679, 1685, 1687, 1695, 1701, 1702, 1707, 1710, 1711, 1713, 1723, 1742, 1747, 1749, 1774, 1812, 1815, 1826, 1835-1837, 1850, 1851, 1853-1856, 1869-1872, 1911, 1936, 1941, 1987, 1994, 2062, 2064, 2074, 2076, 2116, 2120, 2127, 2129-2131, 2138, 2139, 2144, 2145, 2149, 2155, 2183, 2186-2188, 2193, 2265 Archives, computer systems/equipment 484, 485, 550, 597, 929, 1427, 1499, 1561, 1746, 2058 Archives, conferences/seminars 546, 859, 867, 994, 1033, 1034, 1050, 1051, 1104, 1517, 1536, 1657, 1813, 1841 Archives, crime/abuse victims 846, 1813 Archives, curriculum development 37, 51, 1013 Archives, deaf/hearing impaired 1493 Archives, debt reduction 910, 2074, 2210 Archives, disabilities, people with 899 Archives, economically disadvantaged 50, 72, 257, 768, 867, 1039, 2073 Archives, electronic media/online services 27, 53, 63-65, 67-69, 71, 72, 91, 153, 164, 167, 195, 199, 202, 218, 225, 241, 313, 318-320, 325, 496, 551, 597, 627, 631, 657, 710, 718, 727, 759, 767, 837, 844, 855, 877, 880, 920, 925, 953, 956, 969, 984, 992-994, 1013, 1043, 1051, 1056, 1063, 1065, 1067, 1074, 1086, 1089-1092, 1096, 1097, 1099, 1100, 1104, 1107, 1114-1116, 1120, 1143, 1146, 1147, 1166, 1366, 1392, 1396, 1404, 1420, 1428, 1430, 1431, 1442, 1448, 1450, 1454, 1459, 1460, 1470, 1475, 1477, 1478, 1481, 1484, 1493, 1495, 1498, 1504, 1510, 1513, 1514, 1516, 1518, 1522, 1525, 1532, 1535, 1537, 1542, 1544, 1545, 1549, 1556, 1561, 1562, 1567, 1575-1577, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1587, 1592, 1594, 1603, 1605, 1607, 1612, 1614,

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1615, 1617, 1619-1621, 1623, 1628, 1633, 1636-1640, 1650, 1653, 1657, 1661, 1663, 1665, 1666, 1677, 1678, 1680, 1682, 1685, 1688, 1689, 1693-1695, 1701, 1705-1707, 1711-1713, 1723, 1751, 1774, 1778, 1779, 1815, 1817, 1818, 1826, 1835-1839, 1841, 1842, 1847, 1851, 1875-1879, 1915, 1950, 1952, 2009, 2121, 2130, 2145, 2159, 2173, 2183 Archives, endowments 245, 246, 542, 1499, 1561, 1854 Archives, equipment 38, 64, 247, 929, 1090, 1931, 2058, 2223 Archives, exhibitions 324, 343, 496, 920, 1033, 1034, 1050, 1099, 1100, 1102, 1103, 1140, 1941, 1943, 2155 Archives, faculty/staff development 242, 485, 494, 495, 498, 499, 503, 504, 537, 542, 711, 1042, 1118, 1427, 1517, 1660, 1943, 2058 Archives, fellowships 859, 1104, 1137, 1138, 1245, 1246, 1499, 1743 Archives, film/video/radio 68, 660, 953, 992, 993, 1013, 1054, 1056, 1107, 1493, 1587, 1842, 2064, 2133, 2235, 2268 Archives, Hispanics/Latinos 164, 225, 537, 695, 696, 930, 1111, 1112, 1356, 1916 Archives, immigrants/refugees 67, 324 Archives, income development 573, 574, 711, 1069, 1253, 1775, 1841, 2073 Archives, indigenous peoples 67, 72 Archives, infants/toddlers 726 Archives, internship funds 508, 597 Archives, land acquisition 1526 Archives, LGBTQ 568, 569, 617, 618, 667-670, 2052 Archives, management development/capacity building 1058, 1069, 1070, 1113, 1419 Archives, men 1623 Archives, military/veterans 1813, 1955, 2132 Archives, minorities 50, 51, 257, 295, 325, 482, 515, 637, 1088, 1091, 1103, 1419, 1553, 1699, 1967, 1983, 2073, 2139 Archives, Native Americans/American Indians 65, 291, 1850, 2240 Archives, offenders/ex-offenders 1813 Archives, performance/productions 68, 325, 764, 883, 1057 Archives, program evaluation 72, 550, 1159, 1724 Archives, publication 164, 343, 484, 506, 1013, 1050, 1056, 1059, 1061, 1072, 1087, 1088, 1099, 1100, 1112, 1157, 1158, 1404, 1443, 1545, 1690, 1699, 1743, 1916, 2009, 2016 Archives, research 86, 91, 127, 148, 153, 164, 167, 176, 195, 199, 202, 218, 225, 240, 241, 658, 710, 717, 732, 768, 860, 866, 867, 923, 946, 947, 1042, 1046, 1057, 1061, 1065, 1072, 1075, 1099, 1100, 1111, 1113, 1116, 1159, 1247, 1254, 1434, 1440, 1449, 1475, 1498, 1518, 1536, 1592, 1594, 1633, 1640, 1653, 1655, 1657, 1660, 1661, 1667, 1680, 1688, 1696, 1705, 1811, 1812, 1836, 1986, 2116 Archives, scholarship funds 1291 Archives, seed money 482, 877, 1083, 1849, 2173 Archives, student aid 37 Archives, technical assistance 1448 Archives, women 526-528, 567, 628, 629, 773, 841, 842, 850, 864, 866, 957, 1025-1031, 1039, 1056, 1067, 1088, 1102, 1103, 1112, 1118, 1162, 1214, 1398, 1738, 1739, 1752-1754, 1810, 1832, 1839, 1840, 1873, 1894, 1944, 1945, 2050, 2124, 2125, 2201 Archives, youth 483 Argentina, arts/culture/humanities 130, 131, 847 Argentina, education 846, 1087, 1513, 1514 Argentina, environment 1513, 1514 Argentina, international affairs/development 846, 847, 1087 Argentina, public affairs/government 1513, 1514 Argentina, science 1513, 1514 Argentina, social sciences 1087 Art conservation, African Americans/Blacks 208, 1541, 1670 Art conservation, Asians/Pacific Islanders 126, 1416

Art conservation, awards/prizes/competitions 1179, 1181, 1182, 1284 Art conservation, building/renovation 182, 191, 344, 593, 774, 775, 820-822, 856, 868, 998, 1136, 1154, 1170, 1809, 2072, 2251 Art conservation, children/youth 30, 145, 2072 Art conservation, collections acquisition 121, 170, 1734, 1735 Art conservation, collections management/ preservation 32, 85, 108, 109, 121, 127, 132, 141, 145, 160, 165, 182, 184, 189, 191, 212, 213, 226, 234, 237, 244, 326, 496, 522-524, 534, 541, 544, 557, 685, 731, 774-777, 779, 780, 795, 796, 798-804, 806, 807, 809, 813-818, 820-822, 824-827, 833, 835, 839, 928, 1133, 1163, 1166, 1203, 1215, 1223, 1234, 1273-1278, 1281, 1290, 1296, 1297, 1309-1311, 1313-1315, 1317, 1319, 1321-1323, 1325, 1328, 1329, 1332-1336, 1341-1345, 1350-1355, 1357, 1358, 1360, 1361, 1365, 1369, 1371, 1372, 1374-1378, 1380, 1381, 1383, 1384, 1386-1389, 1425, 1434, 1455, 1457, 1463, 1465, 1471, 1476, 1512, 1534, 1541, 1563, 1570, 1598, 1599, 1609, 1641, 1642, 1670, 1730, 1734, 1735, 1759, 1862-1864, 1903, 2008, 2023, 2027-2029, 2031, 2035, 2037, 2040-2044, 2053, 2075, 2079, 2087, 2128, 2147, 2218, 2221, 2249 Art conservation, commissioning new works 1279 Art conservation, computer systems/equipment 1476, 1598, 1599 Art conservation, conferences/seminars 66, 122, 142, 143, 234, 1040, 1127, 1128, 1135, 1221, 1224, 1225, 1257, 1260, 1346, 1413, 1488, 1606, 1671-1673, 1717, 1898, 1900, 1903, 1905, 2046, 2047 Art conservation, curriculum development 109, 121, 812 Art conservation, economically disadvantaged 1862, 1863 Art conservation, electronic media/online services 496, 1166, 1332, 1463, 1476, 1609, 1647, 1648, 1671 Art conservation, endowments 795, 796, 802, 807, 808, 820-822, 1172-1174, 1412, 1416, 1438, 1439, 1471-1474, 1488, 1496, 1502, 1512, 1546, 1560, 1565, 1625, 1626, 1630, 1726, 2038, 2066, 2147, 2198 Art conservation, equipment 32, 170, 731, 809, 815, 819, 824-826, 887, 891, 1472, 2068 Art conservation, exhibitions 251, 496, 816, 2031 Art conservation, faculty/staff development 139, 141, 489, 816-819, 1412, 1457, 1472, 1488, 1502, 1512, 1540, 1546, 1560, 1569, 1625, 1626, 1658, 1672, 1728, 1963, 2049 Art conservation, fellowships 48, 189, 776, 777, 779, 780, 817-819, 1128, 1219, 1226, 1229-1231, 1233, 1267, 1269, 1272, 1435, 1438, 1505, 1534, 1540, 1546, 1547, 1658, 1726 Art conservation, income development 1176, 1886 Art conservation, internship funds 817, 818, 827, 1236 Art conservation, management development/ capacity building 85, 121, 881, 1598, 1599 Art conservation, minorities 326, 1658, 1809 Art conservation, Native Americans/American Indians 827, 1315, 1336, 1358, 1361, 1626 Art conservation, performance/productions 1280 Art conservation, professorships 778, 797 Art conservation, program evaluation 1539 Art conservation, publication 1040, 1169, 1220, 1222, 1237 Art conservation, research 85, 108, 115, 116, 127, 131, 132, 145, 165, 184, 189, 208, 210, 212, 213, 216, 226, 231, 244, 525, 802, 998, 1040, 1242, 1413, 1425, 1434, 1436, 1446, 1447, 1455, 1463-1465, 1540, 1548, 1563, 1564, 1570, 1571, 1581, 1641, 1642, 1730, 1759, 2035 Art conservation, scholarship funds 1135 Art conservation, seed money 1979 Art conservation, student aid 793, 794

Art conservation, technical assistance 182, 191, 616 Art conservation, women 208, 2037 Art conservation, youth 1226 Art history 86, 88, 90, 91, 95, 110, 114, 117, 119, 128, 130, 134, 151, 153, 163, 164, 167, 183, 186, 190, 195, 197-199, 202, 206, 214, 215, 218, 225, 232, 234, 235, 241, 543, 712-714, 865, 1012, 1227, 1289, 1339, 1403, 1414, 1415, 1420, 1464, 1479, 1480, 1482, 1487, 1503, 1511, 1537, 1538, 1546, 1554, 1597, 1602, 1606, 1622, 1636, 1641, 1647, 1648, 1658, 1668, 1703, 1711, 1717, 1720, 1727, 1731, 2217 Art history, African Americans/Blacks 128, 1420 Art history, building/renovation 865 Art history, collections acquisition 1414 Art history, collections management/preservation 86, 88, 90, 95, 110, 114, 117, 119, 128, 130, 134, 151, 163, 164, 183, 186, 190, 197, 198, 206, 214, 215, 225, 232, 234, 235, 543, 865, 1227, 1403, 1479, 1480, 1482, 1487, 1503, 1511, 1537, 1538, 1554, 1597, 1602, 1622, 1636, 1641, 1668, 1703, 1711, 1720, 1727, 1731, 2217 Art history, conferences/seminars 234, 1606, 1717 Art history, curriculum development 1403, 1479, 1482, 1487, 1511, 1538, 1554, 1602, 1668, 1703, 1720, 1727 Art history, electronic media/online services 91, 95, 130, 153, 164, 167, 195, 199, 202, 218, 225, 241, 1420, 1480, 1537, 1636, 1647, 1648, 1711 Art history, endowments 1538, 1546, 1602, 1668, 1703, 1720, 1727 Art history, exhibitions 88, 117, 128, 151, 163, 183, 186, 190, 197, 198 Art history, faculty/staff development 1546, 1658 Art history, fellowships 1546, 1658 Art history, Hispanics/Latinos 164, 225 Art history, income development 1480 Art history, management development/capacity building 163, 183, 186, 190, 197, 198 Art history, minorities 1658 Art history, publication 114, 164, 206, 214, 215, 232, 235 Art history, research 86, 88, 91, 117, 128, 151, 153, 163, 164, 167, 183, 186, 190, 195, 197-199, 202, 206, 214, 215, 218, 225, 232, 235, 241, 1464, 1641, 1731 Art history, technical assistance 88 Art history, women 186, 198, 1554 Arts 634, 950, 951, 1187, 1859 Arts education 101, 325, 331, 556, 808, 810, 811, 1095, 1117, 1155, 1156, 1672, 1804, 1805, 1979, 2060, 2072 Arts education, building/renovation 331, 2072 Arts education, children/youth 556, 2060, 2072 Arts education, collections management/ preservation 101, 331, 556, 1117, 1804, 1805, 2060 Arts education, conferences/seminars 1672 Arts education, curriculum development 1117 Arts education, electronic media/online services 325 Arts education, endowments 808 Arts education, exhibitions 331 Arts education, faculty/staff development 1672 Arts education, internship funds 1095 Arts education, management development/capacity building 1095 Arts education, minorities 325, 1095 Arts education, performance/productions 325 Arts education, scholarship funds 1095 Arts education, seed money 1979 Arts, African Americans/Blacks 1742 Arts, alliance 1468 Arts, artist’s services 66, 378, 379, 1781, 1782, 1895, 1898, 1900, 1904, 1907, 1913, 1914 Arts, Asians/Pacific Islanders 126 Arts, association 239, 1242, 1962, 1963, 1984, 1985 Arts, building/renovation 2148, 2162 Arts, collections acquisition 46, 47

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Arts, collections management/preservation 20, 26, 31, 41, 45-47, 113, 175, 239, 378, 379, 661, 1117, 1265, 1266, 1402, 1466, 1468, 1589, 1631, 1730, 1742, 1781, 1899, 2079, 2148 Arts, computer systems/equipment 31, 1402, 1589 Arts, conferences/seminars 66, 1413, 1898-1900, 1905 Arts, cultural/ethnic awareness 54, 55, 65, 68, 70, 72, 125, 164, 224, 257, 258, 266, 342, 425, 547-549, 575, 660, 686, 687, 720, 805, 913, 914, 977, 980, 981, 983, 995-997, 1044, 1048, 1054, 1057, 1058, 1068, 1073, 1091, 1109, 1110, 1120-1122, 1236, 1356, 1604, 1814, 1838, 1916 Arts, curriculum development 1117 Arts, electronic media/online services 26, 661, 1589 Arts, endowments 45, 1546, 1726 Arts, equipment 661 Arts, faculty/staff development 1546, 1963 Arts, fellowships 1546, 1726 Arts, folk arts 69, 70, 253, 254, 259-265, 267, 269-274, 276-278, 283-285, 287-306, 536, 782, 878, 879, 881, 886, 890, 900-902, 907, 908, 912, 1315, 1330, 1336, 1509, 1749, 2073, 2129-2131, 2133, 2269 Arts, formal/general education 1117, 1726 Arts, fund raising/fund distribution 113, 661 Arts, information services 26 Arts, management/technical assistance 41, 45-47, 93, 126, 133, 138, 178, 179, 188, 227, 903, 904, 1045, 1413, 1467, 1631, 1674, 1904, 2079, 2162 Arts, multipurpose centers/programs 66, 72, 112, 120, 156, 1112, 1410, 2052, 2245 Arts, public policy 932, 933 Arts, publication 41 Arts, research 113, 1242, 1413, 1730 Arts, services 1402, 1413, 1467, 1546, 1589, 1730, 1742, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1905, 1906 Arts, single organization support 20, 31, 175, 1265, 1266, 1466, 2148 Arts/culture/humanities, Afghanistan 549 Arts/culture/humanities, Africa 640, 712-714, 1039, 1040, 1074, 1109, 1556, 1575, 1576, 1580, 1590, 1604, 1647, 1648, 1661, 1678 Arts/culture/humanities, Argentina 130, 131, 847 Arts/culture/humanities, Asia 546 Arts/culture/humanities, Australia 72 Arts/culture/humanities, Austria 43, 562, 563, 1580 Arts/culture/humanities, Bhutan 125, 126 Arts/culture/humanities, Brazil 129, 185 Arts/culture/humanities, Bulgaria 1904, 1905, 1907 Arts/culture/humanities, Burma (Myanmar) 1815 Arts/culture/humanities, Cambodia 998, 1292 Arts/culture/humanities, Canada 104, 1144, 1145, 1265, 1266, 1445 Arts/culture/humanities, Caribbean 122 Arts/culture/humanities, China 95, 188, 720, 1044, 1062, 1480, 1885, 2042, 2043 Arts/culture/humanities, Colombia 164 Arts/culture/humanities, Czech Republic 1900 Arts/culture/humanities, Denmark 212, 213 Arts/culture/humanities, Developing countries 54, 55, 143, 373 Arts/culture/humanities, East Asia 2146 Arts/culture/humanities, Eastern & Central Europe 1623, 1811, 1899 Arts/culture/humanities, Egypt 100, 127, 1057, 1058, 1402, 1561, 1562 Arts/culture/humanities, England 53, 97, 98, 143, 144, 157, 168, 169, 194, 200, 217, 218, 233-235, 334, 335, 793, 794, 804, 1044, 1045, 1191, 1233, 1261, 1285, 1434-1436, 1442, 1463-1465, 1571, 1575-1577, 1593-1596, 1618, 1621, 1645, 1646, 1688, 1717, 1730 Arts/culture/humanities, Europe 141, 212, 840, 1273, 1278, 1517, 1704, 1902 Arts/culture/humanities, France 70, 82, 90, 111, 135, 237, 238, 1127, 1133, 1136, 1140, 1143, 1147, 1153, 1154, 1556

Arts/culture/humanities, Georgia (Republic of) 1903 Arts/culture/humanities, Germany 94, 114, 115, 209, 210, 215, 484, 485, 506, 1743 Arts/culture/humanities, Ghana 1045 Arts/culture/humanities, Global programs 45-47, 53, 60, 67, 71, 82, 140, 142, 143, 251, 307, 308, 311, 333, 516, 553-555, 561, 576, 591, 640, 678, 679, 681, 682, 955, 962, 963, 974, 1016, 1051, 1083, 1091, 1124, 1149-1151, 1155, 1156, 1171, 1173-1180, 1182, 1198-1200, 1202, 1205, 1206, 1208, 1274-1277, 1279-1284, 1304-1306, 1461, 1517, 1636, 1704, 1740, 1741, 1811, 1823, 1886, 1937, 1938, 1975, 2005, 2076, 2151, 2152 Arts/culture/humanities, Greece 184, 211, 1128 Arts/culture/humanities, Guatemala 49, 275 Arts/culture/humanities, Haiti 1130, 1131 Arts/culture/humanities, Hong Kong 546, 1119 Arts/culture/humanities, India 41, 56, 85, 158, 232, 543, 1044, 1048, 1052, 1065, 1110, 1118, 1623 Arts/culture/humanities, Indonesia 1043, 1063 Arts/culture/humanities, Iran 1663 Arts/culture/humanities, Iraq 949 Arts/culture/humanities, Ireland 41, 229 Arts/culture/humanities, Israel 2120 Arts/culture/humanities, Italy 86, 99, 106, 119, 137-142, 145, 182, 206, 486-489, 505, 587, 792, 1015, 1137-1139, 1154, 1169, 1216-1218, 1245-1247, 1261, 1517, 1544, 1606, 1678, 1717, 2148 Arts/culture/humanities, Japan 234, 1120-1123, 2028, 2043 Arts/culture/humanities, Kazakhstan 66 Arts/culture/humanities, Kenya 714, 1039, 1068, 1108 Arts/culture/humanities, Kyrgyzstan 66, 70 Arts/culture/humanities, Latin America 122, 142, 164, 1556, 1575-1577, 1631 Arts/culture/humanities, Lebanon 227 Arts/culture/humanities, Mali 1045, 1054, 1101 Arts/culture/humanities, Mexico 120, 170, 275, 1073, 1203, 1204 Arts/culture/humanities, Middle East 1623, 1651, 2035 Arts/culture/humanities, Mongolia 1906 Arts/culture/humanities, Netherlands 219, 1641, 1642 Arts/culture/humanities, Nigeria 719, 1042, 1045 Arts/culture/humanities, North Africa 141 Arts/culture/humanities, Peru 109, 164, 288 Arts/culture/humanities, Romania 1896, 1897 Arts/culture/humanities, Russia 718, 1041, 1044, 1047, 1050, 1051, 1091, 1096-1100, 1170, 1265, 1266, 1898 Arts/culture/humanities, Senegal 242, 1040 Arts/culture/humanities, Serbia 631 Arts/culture/humanities, Sierra Leone 1045 Arts/culture/humanities, Slovakia 1901 Arts/culture/humanities, Slovenia 1898 Arts/culture/humanities, South Africa 640, 977, 980, 981, 983, 995-997, 1054, 1055, 1072, 1083, 1604, 1637, 1660, 1661, 1679, 1711-1713 Arts/culture/humanities, South America 275 Arts/culture/humanities, Southeast Asia 139 Arts/culture/humanities, Southern Africa 1060, 1713 Arts/culture/humanities, Soviet Union (Former) 351, 1811 Arts/culture/humanities, Spain 160, 601, 602 Arts/culture/humanities, Sudan 1814 Arts/culture/humanities, Switzerland 85, 1680, 1814 Arts/culture/humanities, Tajikistan 66, 68-70 Arts/culture/humanities, Turkey 66 Arts/culture/humanities, Ukraine 505, 1895 Arts/culture/humanities, United Kingdom 1697 Arts/culture/humanities, Vietnam 236, 1117 Arts/culture/humanities, West Bank/Gaza 1094 Arts/culture/humanities, Western Africa 242 Arts/culture/humanities, Yemen 1236 Asia, arts/culture/humanities 546

Asia, education 546 Asia, international affairs/development 656, 985 Asia, social sciences 985 Asians/Pacific Islanders, arts/culture/humanities 35, 57, 125, 126, 187, 324, 405, 475, 660, 1416, 1815, 2233, 2252, 2254-2257 Asians/Pacific Islanders, education 57, 324, 571, 660, 1815, 2233, 2252, 2254-2257 Asians/Pacific Islanders, international affairs/ development 125 Asians/Pacific Islanders, public affairs/government 1815 Asians/Pacific Islanders, social sciences 324, 1815 Astronomy 28, 479, 1055 Astronomy, film/video/radio 1055 Athletics/sports, baseball 852, 853 Athletics/sports, children/youth 853 Athletics/sports, collections management/ preservation 477, 852, 1750 Athletics/sports, equestrianism 1750 Athletics/sports, winter sports 477 Australia, arts/culture/humanities 72 Australia, education 72 Austria, arts/culture/humanities 43, 562, 563, 1580 Austria, education 43, 562, 563, 1579, 1580, 1681 Austria, environment 1579, 1580, 1681 Austria, public affairs/government 1579, 1580, 1681 Austria, science 1579, 1580, 1681 Ballet, collections management/preservation 936 Belgium, education 1566, 1567 Belgium, environment 1566, 1567 Belgium, public affairs/government 1566, 1567 Belgium, science 1566, 1567 Bhutan, arts/culture/humanities 125, 126 Bhutan, international affairs/development 125 Bioethics, collections management/preservation 597 Bioethics, computer systems/equipment 597 Bioethics, electronic media/online services 597 Bioethics, internship funds 597 Biological sciences 1392, 1451 Biological sciences, collections management/ preservation 1392, 1451 Biological sciences, electronic media/online services 1392 Biomedicine research 1392 Biomedicine research, collections management/ preservation 1392 Biomedicine research, electronic media/online services 1392 Black studies 42, 686, 687, 867, 1064, 1428, 1552 Black studies, collections acquisition 867 Black studies, collections management/preservation 686, 687, 867, 1428, 1552 Black studies, conferences/seminars 867 Black studies, economically disadvantaged 867 Black studies, electronic media/online services 1428 Black studies, research 686, 687, 867 Bolivia, education 1515 Bolivia, environment 1515 Bolivia, public affairs/government 1515 Bolivia, science 1515 Botanical gardens 658, 742, 1399, 1418, 1422-1424, 1429-1431, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1515, 1529, 1531, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1567, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1583-1586, 1600, 1611-1620, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732, 1885, 1995, 2134, 2251 Botanical gardens, building/renovation 658, 2251 Botanical gardens, collections acquisition 1618 Botanical gardens, collections management/ preservation 742, 1399, 1418, 1422-1424, 1429, 1441, 1458, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1515, 1529, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1585, 1600, 1611,

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1613, 1616, 1618, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732, 1995, 2134 Botanical gardens, electronic media/online services 1399, 1418, 1429-1431, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1515, 1529, 1531, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1567, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1583-1586, 1600, 1611-1617, 1619, 1620, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Botanical gardens, exhibitions 1423 Botanical gardens, Hispanics/Latinos 1649 Botanical gardens, immigrants/refugees 1649 Botanical gardens, publication 1618 Botanical gardens, research 658, 1423 Botany 345, 1399, 1418, 1429-1431, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1531, 1542, 1543, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611-1617, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632-1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676-1678, 1681-1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Botany, collections management/preservation 345, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1515, 1529, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1600, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Botany, computer systems/equipment 345 Botany, electronic media/online services 345, 1399, 1418, 1429-1431, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1531, 1542, 1543, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611-1617, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632-1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676-1678, 1681-1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Botany, Hispanics/Latinos 1649 Botany, immigrants/refugees 1649 Botany, research 1633 Brazil, arts/culture/humanities 129, 185 Brazil, education 205, 1115, 1706 Brazil, environment 1706 Brazil, international affairs/development 1115 Brazil, public affairs/government 1115, 1706 Brazil, science 1706 Buddhism 146, 1123 Buddhism, collections management/preservation 146 Buddhism, research 146 Bulgaria, arts/culture/humanities 1904, 1905, 1907 Bulgaria, education 1905 Bulgaria, international affairs/development 1904, 1905, 1907 Burma (Myanmar), arts/culture/humanities 1815 Burma (Myanmar), education 1815 Burma (Myanmar), public affairs/government 1815 Burma (Myanmar), social sciences 1815 Business/industry 568, 569, 1537, 1881 Business/industry, collections management/ preservation 568, 569, 1537 Business/industry, electronic media/online services 1537 Business/industry, LGBTQ 568, 569 Cambodia, arts/culture/humanities 998, 1292 Camps, African Americans/Blacks 42 Camps, children/youth 899 Camps, disabilities, people with 899 Canada, arts/culture/humanities 104, 1144, 1145, 1265, 1266, 1445 Canada, education 148, 1144, 1145, 1445, 1714 Canada, public affairs/government 1714 Canada, science 1714

Caribbean, arts/culture/humanities 122 Caribbean, education 1483 Caribbean, environment 1483 Caribbean, public affairs/government 1483 Caribbean, science 1483 Catholic agencies & churches 344, 347, 348, 579, 597, 2053, 2259 Catholic agencies & churches, building/renovation 344 Catholic agencies & churches, collections management/preservation 579, 597, 2053, 2259 Catholic agencies & churches, computer systems/ equipment 597 Catholic agencies & churches, electronic media/ online services 597 Catholic agencies & churches, internship funds 597 Catholic agencies & churches, women 579 Cemeteries/burial services, capital campaigns 2094 Cemeteries/burial services, cemetery company 2094 Ceramic arts, collections management/preservation 88, 168, 198, 816, 1315, 1353, 1358 Ceramic arts, exhibitions 88, 198, 816 Ceramic arts, faculty/staff development 816 Ceramic arts, management development/capacity building 198 Ceramic arts, Native Americans/American Indians 1315, 1358 Ceramic arts, research 88, 168, 198 Ceramic arts, technical assistance 88 Ceramic arts, women 198 Chemistry 2092 Chemistry, collections management/preservation 2092 Chemistry, exhibitions 2092 Children’s rights 1449 Children’s rights, children/youth 1449 Children’s rights, collections management/ preservation 1449 Children’s rights, research 1449 Children, arts/culture/humanities 747 Children, education 2264 Children, safety/disaster relief 747 Children/youth, arts/culture/humanities 30, 145, 257, 380, 556, 757, 853, 911, 916, 917, 943, 1017, 1039, 1449, 1748, 1888, 1889, 2060, 2072, 2073, 2240, 2250, 2262 Children/youth, civil rights 768, 1449 Children/youth, community improvement/ development 30, 664, 665, 768 Children/youth, computer systems/equipment 550 Children/youth, crime/courts/legal services 664, 665 Children/youth, education 257, 550, 551, 556, 764, 767, 768, 853, 899, 1039, 1159, 1160, 1449, 1992, 2060, 2072, 2073, 2141, 2240 Children/youth, electronic media/online services 551 Children/youth, human services—multipurpose 550, 551, 757 Children/youth, international affairs/development 1039 Children/youth, program evaluation 550 Children/youth, public affairs/government 767, 768, 899, 1159 Children/youth, recreation/sports/athletics 853, 899 Children/youth, religion 899 Children/youth, safety/disaster relief 664, 665, 757, 911, 916, 917, 1017, 1748, 2141, 2250, 2262 Children/youth, services 550, 551, 757 Children/youth, social sciences 1160 Children/youth, youth development 1160 Chile, education 845, 1113, 1558 Chile, environment 1558 Chile, international affairs/development 845 Chile, public affairs/government 1558 Chile, science 1558 China, arts/culture/humanities 95, 188, 720, 1044, 1062, 1480, 1885, 2042, 2043 China, education 1044 China, environment 1885

China, international affairs/development 1044 China, science 1480 China, social sciences 720 Choreography, collections management/ preservation 1401, 1469 Choreography, income development 1401 Choreography, management development/capacity building 1469 Christian agencies & churches 1623, 1704 Christian agencies & churches, collections management/preservation 1623, 1704 Christian agencies & churches, electronic media/ online services 1623 Christian agencies & churches, men 1623 Civil liberties, collections management/preservation 1812 Civil liberties, freedom of information 315, 632, 848, 849, 1811, 1812 Civil liberties, research 1811, 1812 Civil rights, Africa 640 Civil rights, Eastern & Central Europe 1811, 1812 Civil rights, Global programs 632, 640, 1083, 1811, 1812 Civil rights, Latin America 848, 849, 1076, 1077 Civil rights, Mexico 315 Civil rights, race/intergroup relations 51 Civil rights, South Africa 640, 1072, 1083, 1662 Civil rights, Soviet Union (Former) 1811, 1812 Civil/human rights, advocacy 514, 640, 768, 1072, 1076, 1077, 1603, 1662 Civil/human rights, African Americans/Blacks 639, 649, 650, 768, 1072, 1083, 1089, 1419, 1427, 1428, 1552, 1553, 1608, 1662, 1941, 2138, 2139 Civil/human rights, children/youth 768 Civil/human rights, collections acquisition 650, 1072, 1941, 2139 Civil/human rights, collections management/ preservation 514, 568, 569, 640, 649, 769-771, 1088, 1102, 1103, 1112, 1427, 1428, 1552, 1608, 1883, 1941, 2138, 2139 Civil/human rights, computer systems/equipment 1427, 1608, 1883 Civil/human rights, economically disadvantaged 768 Civil/human rights, electronic media/online services 1056, 1089, 1428, 1603, 2126 Civil/human rights, exhibitions 1102, 1103, 1941, 2126 Civil/human rights, faculty/staff development 1427, 1608 Civil/human rights, film/video/radio 1056 Civil/human rights, Hispanics/Latinos 1112 Civil/human rights, information services 514, 1427, 1608, 1883 Civil/human rights, LGBTQ 568, 569, 1883, 2052 Civil/human rights, management development/ capacity building 1419 Civil/human rights, management/technical assistance 849 Civil/human rights, minorities 637, 639, 649, 650, 1083, 1088, 1089, 1103, 1112, 1419, 1428, 1552, 1553, 1699, 1941, 2138, 2139 Civil/human rights, public education 2052 Civil/human rights, publication 1056, 1072, 1088, 1112, 1699 Civil/human rights, research 768, 1072, 1076 Civil/human rights, seed money 1083 Civil/human rights, women 769-771, 1056, 1088, 1102, 1103, 1112, 1883, 2126 College (community/junior), collections management/preservation 2106 College, collections acquisition 1432 College, collections management/preservation 101, 1193-1196, 1403, 1432, 1554, 1602, 1720 College, curriculum development 1403, 1554, 1602, 1720 College, endowments 1602, 1720 College, Government, local 401 College, Private nonsectarian organization 101, 1432 College, women 1554 Colombia, arts/culture/humanities 164 Colombia, education 164, 1573, 1650 Colombia, environment 1573, 1650

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Colombia, public affairs/government 1573, 1650 Colombia, science 1573, 1650 Community development, African Americans/Blacks 768, 866, 1081 Community development, children/youth 30, 664, 665, 768 Community development, citizen coalitions 483 Community development, collections management/ preservation 866, 1090 Community development, economically disadvantaged 768 Community development, electronic media/online services 1090 Community development, equipment 1090 Community development, management development/capacity building 1081, 1082 Community development, neighborhood development 30, 529, 663-665, 768, 889, 1081, 1082, 1090 Community development, research 768, 866 Community development, women 866 Community development, women’s clubs 866 Community development, youth 483 Community improvement/development, Indonesia 1090 Community/economic development, information services 483 Community/economic development, youth 483 Computer science 44, 1114, 1427, 1442, 1476, 1480, 1498, 1499, 1518, 1533, 1545, 1561, 1594, 1595, 1608, 1641, 1651, 1663, 1685, 1686, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1730, 1881, 2142 Computer science, African Americans/Blacks 1427, 1608 Computer science, collections management/ preservation 44, 1427, 1442, 1476, 1480, 1561, 1594, 1595, 1608, 1641, 1651, 1663, 1685, 1686, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1730, 2142 Computer science, computer systems/equipment 1427, 1476, 1499, 1561, 1608 Computer science, electronic media/online services 44, 1114, 1442, 1476, 1480, 1498, 1518, 1545, 1561, 1594, 1595, 1651, 1663, 1685, 1686, 1716, 1721, 2142 Computer science, endowments 1499, 1561 Computer science, faculty/staff development 1427, 1608 Computer science, fellowships 1499 Computer science, income development 1480 Computer science, publication 1545 Computer science, research 1498, 1518, 1594, 1595, 1641, 1686, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1730 Computer systems/equipment, animals/wildlife 2058 Computer systems/equipment, arts/culture/ humanities 31, 484, 485, 497, 547, 548, 929, 1402, 1427, 1476, 1499, 1561, 1589, 1598, 1599, 1608, 1746, 2143, 2234, 2244 Computer systems/equipment, civil rights 1427, 1608, 1883 Computer systems/equipment, education 345, 484, 485, 550, 597, 929, 1427, 1476, 1499, 1561, 1589, 1608, 1746, 2030, 2058, 2169, 2237-2239, 2241, 2242 Computer systems/equipment, environment 345, 2058 Computer systems/equipment, health—general 597 Computer systems/equipment, human services— multipurpose 550 Computer systems/equipment, international affairs/ development 1402 Computer systems/equipment, philanthropy/ voluntarism 2244 Computer systems/equipment, public affairs/ government 1476, 1561, 2237-2239, 2241, 2242 Computer systems/equipment, religion 597 Computer systems/equipment, science 345, 1427, 1476, 1499, 1561, 1608 Computer systems/equipment, social sciences 2058 Courts/judicial administration 1813, 2176 Courts/judicial administration, collections management/preservation 2176

Courts/judicial administration, conferences/ seminars 1813 Courts/judicial administration, crime/abuse victims 1813 Courts/judicial administration, economically disadvantaged 2176 Courts/judicial administration, military/veterans 1813 Courts/judicial administration, offenders/ ex-offenders 1813 Crime/abuse victims, arts/culture/humanities 847, 1823 Crime/abuse victims, crime/courts/legal services 610, 1079, 1813 Crime/abuse victims, education 846, 1813 Crime/abuse victims, health—general 1079 Crime/abuse victims, international affairs/ development 610, 846, 847, 1079, 1813, 1823 Crime/abuse victims, public affairs/government 1813, 1823 Crime/abuse victims, science 1079 Crime/abuse victims, social sciences 1079 Crime/courts/legal services, Guatemala 610 Crime/courts/legal services, Iraq 1813 Crime/courts/legal services, Latin America 1079 Crime/courts/legal services, South Africa 1662 Crime/law enforcement, crime/abuse victims 1079 Crime/law enforcement, formal/general education 1079 Crime/law enforcement, research 1079 Crime/violence prevention 663-665 Crime/violence prevention, abuse prevention 1813 Crime/violence prevention, children/youth 664, 665 Cuba, education 1105, 1106 Cuba, international affairs/development 1078, 1105, 1106 Cuba, safety/disaster relief 1105, 1106 Cuba, social sciences 1078 Cultural/ethnic awareness, African Americans/ Blacks 258, 266, 575, 686, 687, 913, 914 Cultural/ethnic awareness, Asians/Pacific Islanders 125, 660 Cultural/ethnic awareness, building/renovation 913, 914 Cultural/ethnic awareness, children/youth 257 Cultural/ethnic awareness, collections management/preservation 125, 164, 224, 257, 258, 266, 342, 425, 547-549, 575, 660, 686, 687, 720, 805, 913, 914, 977, 980, 981, 983, 995-997, 1048, 1068, 1091, 1110, 1120, 1356, 1604 Cultural/ethnic awareness, computer systems/ equipment 547, 548 Cultural/ethnic awareness, economically disadvantaged 72, 257, 1073 Cultural/ethnic awareness, electronic media/online services 65, 68, 72, 164, 547-549, 1048, 1091, 1120, 1604, 1838 Cultural/ethnic awareness, endowments 1073 Cultural/ethnic awareness, equipment 575 Cultural/ethnic awareness, exhibitions 342, 1048 Cultural/ethnic awareness, film/video/radio 68, 660, 1054 Cultural/ethnic awareness, Hispanics/Latinos 164, 224, 1356, 1916 Cultural/ethnic awareness, indigenous peoples 72, 1073 Cultural/ethnic awareness, internship funds 1236 Cultural/ethnic awareness, management development/capacity building 1058 Cultural/ethnic awareness, minorities 257, 720, 1091, 1814 Cultural/ethnic awareness, Native Americans/ American Indians 65, 342, 805 Cultural/ethnic awareness, performance/ productions 68, 1057 Cultural/ethnic awareness, program evaluation 72 Cultural/ethnic awareness, publication 164, 1916 Cultural/ethnic awareness, research 164, 224, 686, 687, 720, 1057 Cultural/ethnic awareness, women 1048, 1073 Czech Republic, arts/culture/humanities 1900 Czech Republic, international affairs/development 1900

Dance, children/youth 943 Dance, collections management/preservation 435, 943, 1401, 1466, 1468, 1469 Dance, equipment 943 Dance, income development 1401 Dance, management development/capacity building 1469 Deaf/hearing impaired, arts/culture/humanities 1493 Deaf/hearing impaired, education 1493 Deaf/hearing impaired, public affairs/government 1493 Denmark, arts/culture/humanities 212, 213 Design, collections management/preservation 221, 1063, 1865 Design, electronic media/online services 1063 Design, student aid 793, 794 Developing countries, arts/culture/humanities 54, 55, 143, 373 Developing countries, education 1522, 1527 Developing countries, international affairs/ development 373, 1522, 1527 Developing countries, public affairs/government 1522, 1527 Disabilities, people with, arts/culture/humanities 364, 448, 521 Disabilities, people with, education 899 Disabilities, people with, public affairs/government 899 Disabilities, people with, recreation/sports/athletics 899 Disabilities, people with, religion 899 Disasters, African Americans/Blacks 913, 914, 1081, 1084 Disasters, building/renovation 747, 912-914, 917-919, 958, 961, 1244, 1250, 1324, 1808, 2013, 2140, 2162 Disasters, children 747 Disasters, children/youth 664, 665, 757, 911, 916, 917, 1017, 1748, 2141, 2250, 2262 Disasters, collections management/preservation 172, 691, 913, 914, 1223, 2074 Disasters, conferences/seminars 988, 1572, 1672, 1765, 1852 Disasters, debt reduction 2074 Disasters, electronic media/online services 1876 Disasters, emergency funds 748, 751, 752, 1367 Disasters, equipment 2253 Disasters, exhibitions 744, 749, 754, 758, 912, 916, 1922, 2250 Disasters, faculty/staff development 1085, 1672, 1917-1919, 1921 Disasters, fire prevention/control 942, 1748, 2013, 2224-2226, 2250, 2253 Disasters, floods 1324, 1808 Disasters, Hurricane Katrina 6-11, 81, 155, 171, 172, 174, 691, 743-758, 760, 843, 911-919, 958, 959, 961, 988, 1003, 1017, 1020, 1021, 1081, 1082, 1084, 1085, 1134, 1148, 1165, 1223, 1228, 1244, 1250-1252, 1263, 1362, 1363, 1367, 1507, 1572, 1582, 1672, 1674, 1852, 1876, 1890, 1913, 1914, 1917-1922, 2140, 2141, 2162, 2191, 2262 Disasters, management development/capacity building 1081, 1082 Disasters, military/veterans 11, 751 Disasters, minorities 9 Disasters, preparedness/services 616, 663-665, 889, 903, 904, 1105, 1106, 1765, 2074 Disasters, technical assistance 616 Drawing, building/renovation 865 Drawing, collections management/preservation 114, 865, 1386, 1804, 1805, 1993 Drawing, publication 114 Early childhood education, infants/toddlers 726 East Asia, arts/culture/humanities 2146 East Asia, education 2146 East Asia, international affairs/development 2146 Eastern & Central Europe, arts/culture/humanities 1623, 1811, 1899 Eastern & Central Europe, civil rights 1811, 1812 Eastern & Central Europe, education 1623, 1811, 1812

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Eastern & Central Europe, international affairs/ development 1811, 1812, 1899 Eastern & Central Europe, public affairs/government 1623 Eastern & Central Europe, religion 1623 Eastern & Central Europe, social sciences 1623, 1812 Economically disadvantaged, arts/culture/ humanities 50, 72, 257, 373, 1039, 1073, 1862, 1863, 2073, 2176 Economically disadvantaged, civil rights 768 Economically disadvantaged, community improvement/development 768, 1744 Economically disadvantaged, crime/courts/legal services 2176 Economically disadvantaged, education 50, 72, 257, 768, 867, 1039, 1073, 2073 Economically disadvantaged, employment 2158 Economically disadvantaged, health—general 1862, 1863 Economically disadvantaged, international affairs/ development 373, 1039, 1073 Economically disadvantaged, public affairs/ government 768 Economically disadvantaged, social sciences 867 Economics 857, 858, 1065, 1881 Economics, collections management/preservation 857 Economics, electronic media/online services 1065 Economics, research 1065 Ecuador, education 1635 Ecuador, environment 1635 Ecuador, public affairs/government 1635 Ecuador, science 1635 Education, Afghanistan 549 Education, Africa 640, 829, 994, 1039, 1074, 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1522, 1527, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1604, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1648, 1661, 1669, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Education, African Americans/Blacks 866, 1005, 1006 Education, alumni groups 1875 Education, Argentina 846, 1087, 1513, 1514 Education, Asia 546 Education, association 1874 Education, Australia 72 Education, Austria 43, 562, 563, 1579, 1580, 1681 Education, Belgium 1566, 1567 Education, Bolivia 1515 Education, Brazil 205, 1115, 1706 Education, building/renovation 1521, 1992, 2011 Education, Bulgaria 1905 Education, Burma (Myanmar) 1815 Education, Canada 148, 1144, 1145, 1445, 1714 Education, Caribbean 1483 Education, children/youth 853, 1159, 1992 Education, Chile 845, 1113, 1558 Education, China 1044 Education, collections management/preservation 36, 832, 866, 970, 1018, 1060, 1113, 1417, 1434, 1455, 1478, 1534, 1589, 1594, 1685, 1686, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1730, 1874, 1991, 1992, 2004, 2011, 2088 Education, Colombia 164, 1573, 1650 Education, computer systems/equipment 1589, 2237, 2241 Education, conferences/seminars 1841, 1874, 1905 Education, Cuba 1105, 1106 Education, Developing countries 1522, 1527 Education, early childhood education 726 Education, East Asia 2146 Education, Eastern & Central Europe 1623, 1811, 1812 Education, economically disadvantaged 1073 Education, Ecuador 1635 Education, Egypt 127, 1057, 1058, 1075, 1561, 1562 Education, electronic media/online services 67, 727, 1018, 1478, 1484, 1495, 1504, 1513, 1514, 1516, 1522, 1525, 1532, 1542, 1549,

1589, 1594, 1628, 1633, 1650, 1677, 1682, 1685, 1686, 1693, 1706, 1716, 1721, 1839, 1841, 1875, 2237, 2241 Education, emergency funds 1768, 1769 Education, endowments 36, 1073 Education, England 53, 96, 97, 103, 194, 218, 793, 794, 1018, 1044, 1191, 1433, 1434, 1442-1444, 1574-1578, 1593-1596, 1613-1617, 1619-1621, 1687, 1688, 1719, 1730 Education, equipment 2088 Education, Ethiopia 63, 64 Education, Europe 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1517, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1704, 1725 Education, fellowships 1534 Education, film/video/radio 1055 Education, France 90, 135, 1140, 1143, 1147, 1418, 1426, 1555-1557, 1698 Education, fund raising/fund distribution 927, 1462, 1768, 1769 Education, Germany 124, 484, 485, 506, 1429-1431, 1440, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683, 1714, 1743 Education, Global programs 53, 60, 67, 71, 76, 311, 314, 317, 345, 553, 555, 561, 567, 576, 599, 600, 640, 678, 679, 681, 682, 715, 989, 1051, 1067, 1083, 1091, 1151, 1198-1200, 1461, 1517, 1636, 1704, 1811, 1812, 1816-1819, 1824, 1875, 2005, 2076 Education, Guatemala 275 Education, Haiti 1130, 1131 Education, Honduras 1732 Education, Hong Kong 546, 1119 Education, immigrants/refugees 67 Education, income development 1841 Education, India 232, 543, 1044, 1049, 1052, 1065, 1110, 1114, 1118, 1623 Education, indigenous peoples 67, 1073 Education, Indonesia 1043, 1063, 1086, 1090 Education, infants/toddlers 726 Education, internship funds 1095 Education, Iran 982, 1663 Education, Iraq 1813 Education, Ireland 228, 229, 1675-1677 Education, Israel 2120-2123 Education, Italy 86, 119, 587, 1015, 1137-1139, 1216-1218, 1245-1247, 1517, 1544, 1678 Education, Japan 1120-1122 Education, Kenya 1039, 1068, 1108, 1192 Education, land acquisition 1526 Education, Latin America 164, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Education, Mali 1054 Education, management development/capacity building 1018, 1095, 1113 Education, management/technical assistance 67, 314, 1417, 1455, 1462, 1484, 1490, 1495, 1501, 1504, 1513, 1514, 1516, 1520-1528, 1530, 1532-1534, 1542, 1549, 1589, 1594, 1628, 1633, 1650, 1677, 1682, 1685, 1686, 1693, 1706, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1730, 2237, 2241 Education, Mexico 120, 275, 316, 537, 567, 1073 Education, Middle East 1046, 1623, 1651 Education, minorities 1095 Education, Nepal 1104 Education, Netherlands 1725 Education, New Zealand 1716 Education, Nigeria 719, 1042 Education, Panama 1629, 1633 Education, Peru 164, 288 Education, Poland 147 Education, Portugal 1516 Education, program evaluation 1159 Education, public education 1841

Education, public policy 727, 1113, 1159, 1478, 1776, 1780, 2083 Education, research 726, 866, 1060, 1113, 1159, 1434, 1455, 1594, 1633, 1686, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1730 Education, Russia 717, 718, 1041, 1044, 1047, 1050, 1051, 1091-1093, 1096-1100, 1433 Education, scholarship funds 1095 Education, Scotland 1611, 1612 Education, seed money 36 Education, Senegal 242 Education, Serbia 631 Education, services 647, 853, 1005, 1006, 1055, 1060, 1073, 1095, 1839, 1841, 1905 Education, single organization support 36, 59, 327, 328, 510, 511, 603-606, 608, 615, 722, 772, 785-791, 832, 926, 970, 1018, 1340, 1790-1792, 1828, 1829, 1988-1992, 2004, 2011, 2088, 2135, 2163, 2170 Education, Slovakia 1901 Education, South Africa 640, 977, 980, 981, 983, 984, 994-997, 1054, 1055, 1072, 1083, 1116, 1604, 1637-1639, 1660-1662, 1679, 1711-1713 Education, South America 275, 1115 Education, Southeast Asia 1059 Education, Southern Africa 1060, 1713 Education, Soviet Union (Former) 1092, 1811, 1812 Education, Spain 537, 601, 602 Education, Sweden 1643 Education, Switzerland 1458-1460, 1680 Education, Tajikistan 68, 69 Education, Uganda 1542 Education, Uruguay 1559 Education, Venezuela 1492, 1506 Education, Vietnam 1117 Education, Western Africa 242 Education, women 866, 1073, 1839 Egypt, arts/culture/humanities 100, 127, 1057, 1058, 1402, 1561, 1562 Egypt, education 127, 1057, 1058, 1075, 1561, 1562 Egypt, international affairs/development 1402 Egypt, public affairs/government 1561 Egypt, science 1561 Egypt, social sciences 1075 Electronic communication 26, 27, 44, 67, 71, 312-314, 318-320, 325, 539, 540, 627, 719, 767, 837, 953, 984, 992-994, 1048, 1051, 1063, 1065, 1067, 1074, 1086, 1090, 1092, 1099, 1100, 1104, 1107, 1115, 1116, 1146, 1147, 1159, 1366, 1399, 1405, 1406, 1411, 1418, 1420, 1428-1431, 1441, 1442, 1448, 1450, 1454, 1458-1461, 1463, 1464, 1470, 1475-1478, 1481, 1483-1486, 1489-1495, 1498, 1504, 1506, 1510, 1513-1516, 1518-1525, 1527-1533, 1535, 1537, 1542-1545, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1561, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1592, 1594-1596, 1600, 1604, 1607, 1609-1617, 1619, 1620, 1623, 1624, 1627-1629, 1632-1636, 1638-1640, 1643, 1648-1651, 1653, 1654, 1656, 1657, 1661, 1663, 1665, 1666, 1671, 1676-1678, 1680-1683, 1685, 1686, 1688, 1689, 1692, 1693, 1695, 1698, 1701, 1705-1709, 1711-1714, 1716, 1718, 1721-1723, 1725, 1732, 1751, 1773, 1778, 1815, 1817, 1818, 1835-1837, 1842, 1847, 1851, 1857, 1875-1879, 1952, 2084, 2121, 2126, 2137, 2145, 2173, 2178, 2237-2239, 2241, 2242 Electronic communication, African Americans/Blacks 1074, 1420, 1428, 1450 Electronic communication, Asians/Pacific Islanders 1815 Electronic communication, awards/prizes/ competitions 1519 Electronic communication, building/renovation 1521 Electronic communication, children/youth 767, 1159 Electronic communication, collections acquisition 627, 1104, 2121 Electronic communication, collections management/ preservation 26, 27, 44, 627, 837, 953, 994, 1048, 1051, 1063, 1067, 1074, 1090, 1092,

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1107, 1115, 1366, 1399, 1405, 1406, 1411, 1418, 1428, 1429, 1441, 1442, 1458, 1463, 1476-1478, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1515, 1529, 1537, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1561, 1566, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1592, 1594-1596, 1600, 1604, 1607, 1609, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1623, 1624, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634-1636, 1643, 1649, 1651, 1654, 1656, 1663, 1665, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1685, 1686, 1692, 1695, 1698, 1701, 1707-1709, 1711, 1713, 1714, 1716, 1718, 1721-1723, 1725, 1732, 1773, 1815, 1835-1837, 1851, 1857, 2084, 2137, 2145, 2178 Electronic communication, computer systems/ equipment 1476, 1561, 2237-2239, 2241, 2242 Electronic communication, conferences/seminars 994, 1051, 1104, 1657, 1671, 1708 Electronic communication, curriculum development 2178 Electronic communication, deaf/hearing impaired 1493 Electronic communication, electronic media/online services 26, 27, 44, 67, 71, 313, 318-320, 325, 627, 767, 837, 953, 984, 992-994, 1048, 1051, 1063, 1065, 1067, 1074, 1086, 1090, 1092, 1099, 1100, 1104, 1107, 1115, 1116, 1146, 1147, 1366, 1399, 1406, 1411, 1418, 1420, 1428-1431, 1441, 1442, 1448, 1450, 1454, 1458-1460, 1463, 1470, 1475-1478, 1481, 1483-1486, 1489, 1491-1495, 1498, 1504, 1506, 1510, 1513-1516, 1518, 1522, 1525, 1529, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1537, 1542-1545, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1561, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1592, 1594-1596, 1600, 1604, 1607, 1609-1617, 1619, 1620, 1623, 1624, 1627-1629, 1632-1636, 1638-1640, 1643, 1648-1651, 1653, 1654, 1656, 1657, 1661, 1663, 1665, 1666, 1671, 1676-1678, 1680-1683, 1685, 1686, 1688, 1689, 1692, 1693, 1695, 1698, 1701, 1705-1709, 1711-1713, 1716, 1718, 1721-1723, 1725, 1732, 1751, 1773, 1778, 1815, 1817, 1818, 1835-1837, 1842, 1847, 1851, 1857, 1875-1879, 1952, 2084, 2121, 2126, 2137, 2145, 2173, 2178, 2237-2239, 2241, 2242 Electronic communication, endowments 1561 Electronic communication, equipment 1090 Electronic communication, exhibitions 1048, 1099, 1100, 2126 Electronic communication, faculty/staff development 1406 Electronic communication, fellowships 1104 Electronic communication, film/video/radio 953, 992, 993, 1107, 1493, 1842 Electronic communication, Hispanics/Latinos 1649 Electronic communication, immigrants/refugees 67, 1649 Electronic communication, indigenous peoples 67 Electronic communication, men 1623 Electronic communication, minorities 325 Electronic communication, performance/productions 325 Electronic communication, program evaluation 1159 Electronic communication, publication 1099, 1100, 1545 Electronic communication, research 1065, 1099, 1100, 1116, 1159, 1463, 1464, 1475, 1498, 1518, 1592, 1594, 1595, 1610, 1633, 1640, 1653, 1654, 1657, 1661, 1680, 1686, 1688, 1705, 1708, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1836 Electronic communication, seed money 2084, 2173 Electronic communication, technical assistance 1448 Electronic communication, women 1048, 1067, 2126 Electronic media/online services, animals/wildlife 53 Electronic media/online services, arts/culture/ humanities 26, 27, 44, 53, 65, 67-69, 71, 72, 91, 95, 130, 153, 164, 167, 195, 199, 202, 218, 225, 230, 241, 323, 325, 496, 547-549,

626, 631, 638, 657, 661, 684, 698, 718, 837, 844, 877, 920, 953, 956, 969, 992, 993, 1013, 1043, 1048, 1051, 1063, 1065, 1074, 1089, 1091, 1096, 1097, 1099, 1100, 1107, 1120, 1143, 1146, 1147, 1166, 1332, 1348, 1349, 1366, 1396, 1404, 1411, 1420, 1428, 1442, 1450, 1463, 1475-1477, 1480, 1481, 1493, 1532, 1535, 1537, 1544, 1545, 1556, 1561, 1562, 1575-1577, 1580, 1587, 1589, 1594-1596, 1601, 1604, 1605, 1609, 1610, 1621, 1623, 1624, 1636, 1637, 1647, 1648, 1651, 1653, 1661, 1663, 1665, 1666, 1671, 1678, 1680, 1688, 1689, 1695, 1701, 1707, 1711-1713, 1722, 1773, 1774, 1778, 1815, 1821-1823, 1838, 1839, 1842, 1847, 1851, 1857, 1876, 1915, 2009, 2019, 2020, 2034, 2084, 2086, 2117, 2130, 2137, 2142, 2143, 2145, 2173, 2178, 2183 Electronic media/online services, civil rights 1056, 1089, 1428, 1603, 2126 Electronic media/online services, community improvement/development 318-320, 925, 1090, 1537 Electronic media/online services, crime/courts/legal services 627 Electronic media/online services, education 27, 53, 63-65, 67-69, 71, 72, 91, 153, 164, 167, 195, 199, 202, 218, 225, 241, 313, 318-320, 325, 345, 496, 549, 551, 597, 621, 626, 627, 631, 657, 710, 718, 727, 759, 767, 837, 844, 855, 877, 880, 920, 925, 953, 956, 969, 984, 992-994, 1013, 1018, 1043, 1051, 1056, 1063, 1065, 1067, 1074, 1086, 1089-1092, 1096, 1097, 1099, 1100, 1104, 1107, 1114-1116, 1120, 1143, 1146, 1147, 1166, 1366, 1392, 1396, 1399, 1404, 1406, 1411, 1418, 1420, 1428-1431, 1441, 1442, 1448, 1450, 1454, 1458-1460, 1470, 1475-1478, 1481, 1483-1486, 1489, 1491-1495, 1498, 1504, 1506, 1510, 1513-1516, 1518, 1522, 1525, 1529, 1532, 1535, 1537, 1542-1545, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1561, 1562, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1587, 1589, 1592, 1594-1596, 1600, 1603-1605, 1607, 1610-1617, 1619-1621, 1623, 1624, 1627-1629, 1632-1640, 1643, 1648-1651, 1653, 1654, 1656, 1657, 1661, 1663, 1665, 1666, 1676-1678, 1680-1683, 1685, 1686, 1688, 1689, 1692-1695, 1698, 1701, 1705-1709, 1711-1713, 1716, 1718, 1721-1723, 1725, 1732, 1751, 1774, 1778, 1779, 1815, 1817, 1818, 1826, 1835-1839, 1841, 1842, 1847, 1851, 1875-1879, 1915, 1950, 1952, 2009, 2020, 2080, 2081, 2084, 2121-2123, 2130, 2142, 2145, 2159, 2169, 2173, 2183, 2237-2239, 2241, 2242 Electronic media/online services, environment 71, 345, 1090, 1399, 1418, 1429-1431, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1531, 1542, 1543, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583-1586, 1600, 1611-1617, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632-1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676-1678, 1681-1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732, 1751 Electronic media/online services, health—general 597, 627, 1066, 1067, 1950 Electronic media/online services, human services— multipurpose 551 Electronic media/online services, international affairs/development 71, 549, 631, 1074, 1092, 1115, 1522, 1817, 1818, 1823, 1875 Electronic media/online services, medical research 1392 Electronic media/online services, philanthropy/ voluntarism 313, 318-320, 710, 1841, 2080, 2081 Electronic media/online services, public affairs/ government 26, 27, 44, 67, 71, 313, 318-320, 325, 627, 710, 767, 837, 877, 925, 953, 984, 992-994, 1048, 1051, 1063, 1065, 1067, 1074, 1086, 1090, 1092, 1099, 1100, 1104, 1107, 1115, 1116, 1146, 1147, 1366, 1399,

1406, 1411, 1418, 1420, 1428-1431, 1441, 1442, 1448, 1450, 1454, 1458-1460, 1463, 1470, 1475-1478, 1481, 1483-1486, 1489, 1491-1495, 1498, 1504, 1506, 1510, 1513-1516, 1518, 1522, 1525, 1529, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1537, 1542-1545, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1561, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1592, 1594-1596, 1600, 1604, 1607, 1609-1617, 1619, 1620, 1623, 1624, 1627-1629, 1632-1636, 1638-1640, 1643, 1648-1651, 1653, 1654, 1656, 1657, 1661, 1663, 1665, 1666, 1671, 1676-1678, 1680-1683, 1685, 1686, 1688, 1689, 1692, 1693, 1695, 1698, 1701, 1705-1709, 1711-1713, 1716, 1718, 1721-1723, 1725, 1732, 1751, 1773, 1778, 1815, 1817, 1818, 1823, 1835-1838, 1842, 1847, 1851, 1857, 1875-1879, 1950, 1952, 2084, 2121, 2126, 2137, 2142, 2145, 2173, 2178, 2237-2239, 2241, 2242 Electronic media/online services, religion 597, 1623, 1838, 1841 Electronic media/online services, safety/disaster relief 1876 Electronic media/online services, science 44, 345, 718, 1114, 1392, 1399, 1418, 1429-1431, 1441, 1442, 1458-1460, 1476, 1480, 1483-1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1495, 1498, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1518, 1529, 1531, 1542, 1543, 1545, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1561, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1594, 1595, 1600, 1609, 1611-1617, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632-1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649-1651, 1656, 1663, 1676-1678, 1681-1683, 1685, 1686, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1716, 1718, 1721, 1725, 1732, 1875, 2142 Electronic media/online services, social sciences 63, 64, 225, 323, 631, 698, 718, 953, 984, 1056, 1065, 1074, 1091, 1096, 1097, 1104, 1107, 1143, 1428, 1477, 1535, 1623, 1661, 1695, 1701, 1713, 1722, 1815 Elementary school/education 2264 Elementary school/education, children 2264 Elementary school/education, collections acquisition 2264 Elementary school/education, collections management/preservation 2264 Elementary/secondary education 556, 2060, 2072, 2083, 2140, 2141 Elementary/secondary education, building/ renovation 2072, 2140 Elementary/secondary education, children/youth 556, 2060, 2072, 2141 Elementary/secondary education, collections management/preservation 556, 2060 Elementary/secondary school reform 1159 Elementary/secondary school reform, children/youth 1159 Elementary/secondary school reform, program evaluation 1159 Elementary/secondary school reform, research 1159 Employment, collections management/preservation 2158 Employment, economically disadvantaged 2158 Employment, publication 2158 Employment, services 2158 Energy, seed money 2236 Engineering/technology 1609 Engineering/technology, collections management/ preservation 1609 Engineering/technology, electronic media/online services 1609 England, animals/wildlife 53 England, arts/culture/humanities 53, 97, 98, 143, 144, 157, 168, 169, 194, 200, 217, 218, 233-235, 334, 335, 793, 794, 804, 1044, 1045, 1191, 1233, 1261, 1285, 1434-1436, 1442, 1463-1465, 1571, 1575-1577, 1593-1596, 1618, 1621, 1645, 1646, 1688, 1717, 1730 England, education 53, 96, 97, 103, 194, 218, 793, 794, 1018, 1044, 1191, 1433, 1434, 1442-1444, 1574-1578, 1593-1596,

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1613-1617, 1619-1621, 1687, 1688, 1719, 1730 England, environment 1574-1578, 1613-1620 England, international affairs/development 1044 England, public affairs/government 1442, 1463, 1464, 1574-1578, 1594-1596, 1613-1617, 1619, 1620, 1688 England, science 1435, 1442, 1574-1578, 1594, 1595, 1613-1617, 1619, 1620, 1730 England, social sciences 1593 Environment, Africa 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1531, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Environment, Argentina 1513, 1514 Environment, Austria 1579, 1580, 1681 Environment, Belgium 1566, 1567 Environment, Bolivia 1515 Environment, Brazil 1706 Environment, Caribbean 1483 Environment, Chile 1558 Environment, China 1885 Environment, collections management/preservation 345, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1515, 1529, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1600, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Environment, Colombia 1573, 1650 Environment, computer systems/equipment 345 Environment, Ecuador 1635 Environment, electronic media/online services 345, 1399, 1418, 1429-1431, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1531, 1542, 1543, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611-1617, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632-1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676-1678, 1681-1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Environment, energy 2236 Environment, England 1574-1578, 1613-1620 Environment, Europe 840, 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1725 Environment, France 1418, 1555-1557, 1698 Environment, Germany 1429-1431, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683 Environment, Global programs 71, 345 Environment, global warming 840, 2236 Environment, Hispanics/Latinos 1649 Environment, Honduras 1732 Environment, immigrants/refugees 1649 Environment, Indonesia 1090 Environment, information services 1531 Environment, Ireland 1676, 1677 Environment, Italy 1678 Environment, Latin America 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Environment, natural resources 71, 529, 889, 1090, 1982, 2058, 2061, 2171 Environment, Netherlands 1725 Environment, Panama 1629, 1633 Environment, plant conservation 345, 1399, 1418, 1429-1431, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1531, 1542, 1543, 1549-1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1567, 1573-1580, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611-1617, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632-1635, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1649, 1650,

1656, 1676-1678, 1681-1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Environment, Portugal 1516 Environment, public policy 2061, 2236 Environment, research 1633 Environment, Scotland 1611, 1612 Environment, seed money 2236 Environment, South Africa 1638, 1639 Environment, Sweden 1643 Environment, Switzerland 1458-1460 Environment, Uganda 1542 Environment, Uruguay 1559 Environment, Venezuela 1492, 1506 Environmental education 447, 647 Environmental education, collections management/ preservation 447 Ethiopia, education 63, 64 Ethiopia, social sciences 63, 64 Ethnic studies 225, 236, 295, 324, 482, 720, 1096, 1111, 1112, 1661, 2172, 2179 Ethnic studies, African Americans/Blacks 2172 Ethnic studies, Asians/Pacific Islanders 324 Ethnic studies, collections management/ preservation 225, 236, 295, 720, 1096, 1112, 2172, 2179 Ethnic studies, electronic media/online services 225, 1096, 1661 Ethnic studies, exhibitions 324 Ethnic studies, Hispanics/Latinos 225, 1111, 1112, 2179 Ethnic studies, immigrants/refugees 324 Ethnic studies, minorities 295, 482, 720 Ethnic studies, publication 1112, 2179 Ethnic studies, research 225, 236, 720, 1111, 1661, 2179 Ethnic studies, seed money 482 Ethnic studies, women 1112 Europe, arts/culture/humanities 141, 212, 840, 1273, 1278, 1517, 1704, 1902 Europe, education 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1517, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1704, 1725 Europe, environment 840, 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1725 Europe, international affairs/development 985 Europe, public affairs/government 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1725 Europe, religion 1704 Europe, science 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1725 Europe, social sciences 985 Faculty/staff development, animals/wildlife 2058 Faculty/staff development, arts/culture/humanities 139, 141, 158, 242, 485, 489-491, 494, 495, 498, 499, 503, 504, 521, 625, 626, 711, 816-819, 1042, 1085, 1118, 1412, 1427, 1457, 1472, 1488, 1502, 1512, 1517, 1540, 1546, 1560, 1569, 1608, 1625, 1626, 1658, 1660, 1672, 1728, 1887, 1917-1919, 1921, 1963, 2049, 2175, 2243 Faculty/staff development, civil rights 1427, 1608 Faculty/staff development, education 242, 485, 494, 495, 498, 499, 503, 504, 537, 542, 626, 711, 1042, 1049, 1118, 1406, 1412, 1427, 1517, 1540, 1546, 1608, 1660, 1943, 2058, 2080, 2081 Faculty/staff development, environment 2058 Faculty/staff development, philanthropy/voluntarism 2080, 2081 Faculty/staff development, public affairs/ government 1406 Faculty/staff development, safety/disaster relief 1085, 1672, 1917-1919, 1921 Faculty/staff development, science 489, 1427, 1608, 2243 Faculty/staff development, social sciences 1042, 1049, 1118, 2058 Family planning, collections acquisition 2050 Family planning, collections management/ preservation 1067

Family planning, electronic media/online services 1067 Family planning, women 1067, 2050 Fellowships, arts/culture/humanities 48, 189, 776, 777, 779, 780, 817-819, 1128, 1137, 1138, 1219, 1226, 1229-1231, 1233, 1245, 1246, 1259, 1267, 1269, 1272, 1435, 1438, 1499, 1505, 1534, 1540, 1546, 1547, 1658, 1726, 1743 Fellowships, education 780, 859, 1049, 1104, 1137, 1138, 1226, 1245, 1246, 1259, 1438, 1499, 1534, 1540, 1546, 1726, 1743 Fellowships, international affairs/development 1128 Fellowships, public affairs/government 1104 Fellowships, science 1435, 1499, 1505 Fellowships, social sciences 859, 1049, 1104 Film/video 341, 1054, 1055, 1587, 2064, 2133, 2235 Film/video, African Americans/Blacks 367, 676, 677, 711, 716, 721, 921, 952, 1004 Film/video, Asians/Pacific Islanders 405, 475, 660 Film/video, capital campaigns 581 Film/video, children/youth 380 Film/video, collections management/preservation 26, 117, 151, 226, 340, 349-393, 397-400, 402-411, 413-455, 457-478, 492-497, 543, 660, 885, 1117, 1393, 1395-1397, 1417, 1568, 1869-1872, 1911, 2064 Film/video, computer systems/equipment 497 Film/video, conferences/seminars 1033, 1034 Film/video, curriculum development 1117 Film/video, deaf/hearing impaired 1493 Film/video, disabilities, people with 364, 448 Film/video, economically disadvantaged 373 Film/video, electronic media/online services 26, 496, 1396, 1475, 1493, 1587 Film/video, exhibitions 117, 151, 496, 497, 1033, 1034 Film/video, faculty/staff development 494, 495, 498, 499, 503, 504, 711 Film/video, Hispanics/Latinos 1111 Film/video, immigrants/refugees 351 Film/video, income development 711 Film/video, minorities 373 Film/video, publication 1568 Film/video, research 117, 151, 226, 1111, 1475 Film/video, women 418 Folk arts, building/renovation 912 Folk arts, capital campaigns 1749 Folk arts, children/youth 2073 Folk arts, collections management/preservation 253, 254, 259-265, 267, 269-274, 276-278, 283-285, 287-306, 536, 782, 1315, 1330, 1336, 1749, 2129-2131 Folk arts, economically disadvantaged 2073 Folk arts, electronic media/online services 69, 2130 Folk arts, exhibitions 912 Folk arts, film/video/radio 2133 Folk arts, income development 2073 Folk arts, management development/capacity building 881 Folk arts, minorities 295, 2073 Folk arts, Native Americans/American Indians 291, 1315, 1336 Foundations (community) 1243 Foundations (community), collections management/ preservation 1243 Foundations (private independent) 1855, 1856 Foundations (private independent), collections management/preservation 1855, 1856 Foundations (private operating) 2244 Foundations (private operating), building/renovation 2244 Foundations (private operating), collections management/preservation 2244 Foundations (private operating), computer systems/ equipment 2244 Foundations (private operating), Native Americans/ American Indians 2244 France, arts/culture/humanities 70, 82, 90, 111, 135, 237, 238, 1127, 1133, 1136, 1140, 1143, 1147, 1153, 1154, 1556 France, education 90, 135, 1140, 1143, 1147, 1418, 1426, 1555-1557, 1698

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France, environment 1418, 1555-1557, 1698 France, international affairs/development 1127, 1153 France, public affairs/government 1147, 1418, 1555-1557, 1698 France, science 1418, 1555-1557, 1698 France, social sciences 1143 Genealogy, collections management/preservation 691 Genetics/birth defects research 1392 Genetics/birth defects research, collections management/preservation 1392 Genetics/birth defects research, electronic media/ online services 1392 Georgia (Republic of), arts/culture/humanities 1903 Germany, arts/culture/humanities 94, 114, 115, 209, 210, 215, 484, 485, 506, 1743 Germany, education 124, 484, 485, 506, 1429-1431, 1440, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683, 1714, 1743 Germany, environment 1429-1431, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683 Germany, public affairs/government 1429-1431, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683, 1714 Germany, science 1429-1431, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683, 1714 Ghana, arts/culture/humanities 1045 Global programs, animals/wildlife 53 Global programs, arts/culture/humanities 45-47, 53, 60, 67, 71, 82, 140, 142, 143, 251, 307, 308, 311, 333, 516, 553-555, 561, 576, 591, 640, 678, 679, 681, 682, 955, 962, 963, 974, 1016, 1051, 1083, 1091, 1124, 1149-1151, 1155, 1156, 1171, 1173-1180, 1182, 1198-1200, 1202, 1205, 1206, 1208, 1274-1277, 1279-1284, 1304-1306, 1461, 1517, 1636, 1704, 1740, 1741, 1811, 1823, 1886, 1937, 1938, 1975, 2005, 2076, 2151, 2152 Global programs, civil rights 632, 640, 1083, 1811, 1812 Global programs, education 53, 60, 67, 71, 76, 311, 314, 317, 345, 553, 555, 561, 567, 576, 599, 600, 640, 678, 679, 681, 682, 715, 989, 1051, 1067, 1083, 1091, 1151, 1198-1200, 1461, 1517, 1636, 1704, 1811, 1812, 1816-1819, 1824, 1875, 2005, 2076 Global programs, environment 71, 345 Global programs, health—general 1066, 1067 Global programs, international affairs/development 45-47, 71, 76, 77, 317, 567, 599, 600, 640, 715, 989, 1083, 1201, 1811, 1812, 1816-1819, 1823, 1824, 1831, 1875, 2076 Global programs, public affairs/government 67, 71, 77, 314, 632, 1051, 1067, 1461, 1636, 1817, 1818, 1823, 1875 Global programs, religion 251, 333, 1704 Global programs, science 345, 1875 Global programs, social sciences 1091, 1812, 2076 Global warming, seed money 2236 Government/public administration 710 Government/public administration, electronic media/online services 710 Government/public administration, research 710 Graduate/professional education 37, 1012, 1049, 1075, 1114, 1116, 1216, 1217, 1289, 1438, 1540, 1546, 1596, 1648, 1655, 1726, 1727 Graduate/professional education, collections management/preservation 1049, 1216, 1217, 1596, 1655, 1727 Graduate/professional education, curriculum development 37, 1727 Graduate/professional education, electronic media/ online services 1114, 1116, 1596, 1648 Graduate/professional education, endowments 1438, 1546, 1726, 1727 Graduate/professional education, faculty/staff development 1049, 1540, 1546 Graduate/professional education, fellowships 1049, 1438, 1540, 1546, 1726 Graduate/professional education, internship funds 1049

Graduate/professional education, research 1075, 1116, 1540, 1655 Graduate/professional education, student aid 37 Greece, arts/culture/humanities 184, 211, 1128 Greece, international affairs/development 1128 Guatemala, arts/culture/humanities 49, 275 Guatemala, crime/courts/legal services 610 Guatemala, education 275 Guatemala, international affairs/development 610 Haiti, arts/culture/humanities 1130, 1131 Haiti, education 1130, 1131 Haiti, social sciences 1130, 1131 Health care 945-947, 991, 1079 Health care, collections management/preservation 945-947, 991 Health care, crime/abuse victims 1079 Health care, electronic media/online services 1066, 1950 Health care, information services 633, 1066, 1950 Health care, research 946, 947, 1079 Health care, women 1066 Health—general, Global programs 1066, 1067 Health—general, Latin America 1079 Higher education 314, 718, 719, 1075, 1114, 1116, 1151, 1406, 1520-1525, 1527, 1528, 1530, 1532, 1533, 1593, 1901 Higher education, building/renovation 1521 Higher education, collections management/ preservation 1406, 1593 Higher education, college 1193-1196, 1403, 1554, 1602, 1720 Higher education, college (community/junior) 2106 Higher education, electronic media/online services 718, 1114, 1116, 1406, 1522, 1525, 1532 Higher education, faculty/staff development 1406 Higher education, publication 1593 Higher education, research 1075, 1116, 1593 Higher education, university 38, 63, 64, 759, 793, 794, 810, 811, 866, 1037, 1113, 1412, 1470, 1479, 1482, 1487, 1500, 1511, 1538, 1668, 1703 Hispanics/Latinos, arts/culture/humanities 164, 224, 225, 695, 696, 1111, 1112, 1338, 1356, 1916, 2179, 2219 Hispanics/Latinos, civil rights 1112 Hispanics/Latinos, education 164, 225, 537, 695, 696, 930, 1111, 1112, 1356, 1649, 1916 Hispanics/Latinos, environment 1649 Hispanics/Latinos, public affairs/government 1649 Hispanics/Latinos, science 1649 Hispanics/Latinos, social sciences 225, 1111, 1112, 2179 Historic preservation/historical societies 7, 8, 10, 19, 49, 54-56, 81, 83-85, 100, 107, 109, 121-123, 129, 137-140, 142-144, 150, 158, 171-174, 176, 179, 181, 182, 185, 191, 194, 200, 207, 229, 231, 238, 240, 242, 243, 247, 251, 307, 308, 333-335, 343, 344, 480, 481, 486, 487, 492, 493, 505, 509, 520, 564, 565, 577, 584, 586, 588-592, 609, 613, 614, 616, 624, 625, 638, 641, 683, 684, 688, 691, 699, 700, 706, 734, 736, 737, 741, 745, 746, 748, 755, 756, 762, 763, 769-771, 783, 784, 834, 894, 895, 903, 909, 910, 912, 938, 940, 948, 953, 955, 956, 958, 960-965, 968, 971, 972, 974, 975, 978, 988, 998, 1002, 1014, 1016, 1021-1024, 1038, 1081, 1082, 1094, 1101, 1109, 1123-1125, 1127-1129, 1134, 1136, 1148-1156, 1163, 1167, 1169-1182, 1188, 1198-1200, 1202-1206, 1208-1211, 1219-1223, 1225, 1237, 1240, 1241, 1244, 1250, 1251, 1253-1255, 1259, 1261, 1273-1288, 1304-1306, 1341, 1362, 1363, 1368, 1393-1395, 1397, 1480, 1507, 1517, 1568, 1572, 1589, 1610, 1696, 1740, 1741, 1746, 1762-1764, 1766, 1767, 1783-1789, 1798, 1799, 1834, 1843, 1844, 1846, 1848, 1851, 1852, 1868, 1884-1886, 1890, 1892, 1893, 1899, 1902, 1923-1925, 1929, 1932-1934, 1937-1939, 1946, 1949, 1953, 1955, 1965, 1966, 1973, 1987, 1995, 1996, 1999-2001, 2007, 2014, 2019, 2020, 2046, 2047, 2062, 2066, 2068-2070, 2079, 2082,

2089-2091, 2094, 2097, 2098, 2100-2103, 2109, 2117-2119, 2127, 2146, 2151, 2152, 2162, 2164, 2165, 2174, 2175, 2177, 2195, 2200, 2217, 2219, 2222, 2234, 2236, 2247, 2248, 2258, 2266, 2267 Historic preservation/historical societies, African Americans/Blacks 207, 1081 Historic preservation/historical societies, awards/ prizes/competitions 1179, 1181, 1182, 1284 Historic preservation/historical societies, building/ renovation 19, 182, 191, 229, 335, 343, 344, 565, 584, 834, 912, 958, 961, 998, 1136, 1154, 1170, 1244, 1250, 2109, 2162, 2164, 2177, 2248 Historic preservation/historical societies, capital campaigns 909, 2094, 2247 Historic preservation/historical societies, collections acquisition 121, 247, 1999, 2000, 2062 Historic preservation/historical societies, collections management/preservation 19, 49, 85, 100, 107, 109, 121, 129, 158, 172, 173, 181, 182, 185, 191, 200, 207, 238, 240, 243, 247, 343, 486, 487, 492, 493, 505, 509, 564, 586, 625, 638, 641, 684, 688, 691, 699, 700, 741, 762, 763, 769-771, 783, 784, 894, 895, 953, 956, 1002, 1014, 1038, 1094, 1101, 1163, 1198-1200, 1203, 1223, 1240, 1241, 1261, 1273-1278, 1281, 1341, 1368, 1393, 1395, 1397, 1480, 1568, 1589, 1846, 1851, 1899, 1946, 1949, 1966, 1973, 1987, 1995, 2000, 2007, 2014, 2019, 2020, 2062, 2069, 2070, 2079, 2082, 2109, 2117, 2127, 2164, 2165, 2174, 2175, 2200, 2217, 2219, 2234, 2247, 2248, 2258, 2266, 2267 Historic preservation/historical societies, commissioning new works 1279 Historic preservation/historical societies, computer systems/equipment 1589, 1746, 2234 Historic preservation/historical societies, conferences/seminars 122, 129, 140, 142, 143, 150, 988, 1127, 1128, 1221, 1225, 1517, 1572, 1852, 1899, 2046, 2047 Historic preservation/historical societies, curriculum development 109, 121 Historic preservation/historical societies, debt reduction 910 Historic preservation/historical societies, electronic media/online services 638, 684, 953, 956, 1480, 1589, 1610, 1851, 2019, 2020, 2117 Historic preservation/historical societies, emergency funds 748 Historic preservation/historical societies, endowments 1172-1174, 2066, 2069, 2070 Historic preservation/historical societies, equipment 247, 2007, 2068, 2082 Historic preservation/historical societies, exhibitions 251, 343, 912, 2247 Historic preservation/historical societies, faculty/ staff development 139, 158, 242, 625, 1517, 2175 Historic preservation/historical societies, fellowships 1128, 1219, 1259 Historic preservation/historical societies, film/ video/radio 953 Historic preservation/historical societies, Hispanics/Latinos 2219 Historic preservation/historical societies, income development 1176, 1253, 1480, 1886 Historic preservation/historical societies, management development/capacity building 85, 121, 1081, 1082, 2234 Historic preservation/historical societies, military/ veterans 1955, 2164 Historic preservation/historical societies, Native Americans/American Indians 564, 2000, 2219 Historic preservation/historical societies, performance/productions 1280 Historic preservation/historical societies, publication 343, 505, 1094, 1169, 1188, 1220, 1222, 1237, 1568 Historic preservation/historical societies, research 85, 107, 129, 158, 176, 181, 231, 238, 240, 243, 998, 1094, 1240, 1254, 1610, 1696, 2019, 2020

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Historic preservation/historical societies, seed money 2236 Historic preservation/historical societies, technical assistance 182, 191, 229, 616 Historic preservation/historical societies, women 769-771 Historical activities 126, 515, 601, 602, 931, 1017, 1060, 1089, 1143, 1230-1232, 1618, 1642, 1680, 1702, 1710, 1742, 1845, 1849, 1850, 1997, 2132 Historical activities, African Americans/Blacks 1089, 1742 Historical activities, Asians/Pacific Islanders 126 Historical activities, building/renovation 2164 Historical activities, centennials 1193-1196 Historical activities, children/youth 1017 Historical activities, collections acquisition 1618 Historical activities, collections management/ preservation 931, 1060, 1193-1196, 1618, 1642, 1702, 1710, 1742, 1850, 2164 Historical activities, electronic media/online services 1089, 1143, 1680 Historical activities, emergency funds 751 Historical activities, fellowships 1230, 1231 Historical activities, genealogy 624, 691 Historical activities, military/veterans 2132 Historical activities, minorities 515 Historical activities, Native Americans/American Indians 1850 Historical activities, publication 1618 Historical activities, research 1060, 1642, 1680 Historical activities, seed money 1849 Historical activities, war memorials 11, 751, 1122, 2164 History/archaeology 1-5, 12-14, 16-18, 24, 25, 39, 40, 42, 49, 51, 57, 58, 60-62, 73, 78-80, 252-306, 309-311, 321, 324, 330, 338, 339, 346, 482, 488, 489, 505, 513, 514, 526-528, 538, 553, 555, 561, 570, 572, 573, 576, 595, 596, 598, 607, 620, 623, 628, 629, 635-637, 640, 650-652, 654, 675-679, 681, 682, 702, 705, 707, 709, 711, 716, 723, 740, 773, 841, 842, 850, 851, 858, 864, 875, 892, 893, 897, 920-922, 945, 952, 957, 967, 1004-1006, 1012, 1025-1031, 1036-1038, 1042, 1060, 1062, 1072, 1074, 1083, 1118, 1122, 1126, 1130, 1131, 1141-1145, 1157, 1158, 1162, 1185, 1197, 1207, 1212-1214, 1234, 1261, 1307, 1398, 1411, 1427, 1428, 1449, 1452, 1476, 1477, 1480, 1508, 1552, 1561, 1562, 1590, 1593, 1595, 1596, 1601, 1608, 1651, 1658, 1663, 1665, 1688, 1697, 1701, 1704, 1711, 1717, 1722, 1731, 1738, 1739, 1747, 1752-1754, 1770, 1773, 1793, 1803, 1810, 1811, 1815, 1832, 1839, 1840, 1842, 1851, 1858, 1867, 1873, 1876, 1882, 1894, 1895, 1904, 1905, 1926, 1927, 1941, 1944, 1945, 1957-1961, 2005, 2020, 2050, 2076, 2096, 2104, 2105, 2120, 2124, 2125, 2138, 2139, 2142, 2145, 2168, 2171-2173, 2176, 2178, 2179, 2182, 2193, 2196, 2201, 2204, 2205, 2217, 2219, 2232, 2233, 2252, 2254-2257 History/archaeology, African Americans/Blacks 42, 258, 266, 572, 573, 607, 620, 623, 650, 654, 675-677, 711, 716, 892, 893, 921, 922, 952, 1004-1006, 1072, 1074, 1083, 1185, 1427, 1428, 1552, 1608, 1941, 2138, 2139, 2172, 2196, 2232 History/archaeology, Asians/Pacific Islanders 57, 324, 1815, 2233, 2252, 2254-2257 History/archaeology, building/renovation 1-4, 1197 History/archaeology, capital campaigns 17, 572 History/archaeology, children/youth 257, 1449 History/archaeology, collections acquisition 650, 1072, 1130, 1131, 1157, 1158, 1941, 2050, 2139 History/archaeology, collections management/ preservation 49, 51, 252-306, 505, 514, 640, 740, 897, 945, 1036-1038, 1042, 1060, 1062, 1074, 1126, 1141, 1142, 1144, 1145, 1157, 1158, 1212, 1234, 1261, 1411, 1427, 1428, 1449, 1452, 1476, 1477, 1480, 1508, 1552, 1561, 1590, 1593, 1595, 1596, 1601, 1608, 1651, 1663, 1665, 1697, 1701, 1704, 1711,

1722, 1731, 1747, 1770, 1773, 1793, 1803, 1815, 1851, 1941, 2020, 2076, 2120, 2138, 2139, 2142, 2145, 2168, 2171, 2172, 2176, 2178, 2179, 2182, 2193, 2217, 2219 History/archaeology, computer systems/equipment 1427, 1476, 1561, 1608 History/archaeology, conferences/seminars 1717, 1905 History/archaeology, curriculum development 51, 2178 History/archaeology, economically disadvantaged 257, 2176 History/archaeology, electronic media/online services 920, 1074, 1143, 1411, 1428, 1476, 1477, 1480, 1561, 1562, 1595, 1596, 1601, 1651, 1663, 1665, 1688, 1701, 1711, 1722, 1773, 1815, 1839, 1842, 1851, 1876, 2020, 2142, 2145, 2173, 2178 History/archaeology, endowments 1561 History/archaeology, exhibitions 324, 920, 1941 History/archaeology, faculty/staff development 489, 711, 1042, 1118, 1427, 1608, 1658 History/archaeology, fellowships 1658 History/archaeology, film/video/radio 1842 History/archaeology, Hispanics/Latinos 2179, 2219 History/archaeology, immigrants/refugees 324 History/archaeology, income development 573, 711, 1480 History/archaeology, minorities 51, 257, 295, 482, 637, 1658, 2139 History/archaeology, Native Americans/American Indians 291, 2219 History/archaeology, publication 505, 1072, 1157, 1158, 1593, 2179 History/archaeology, research 1042, 1060, 1062, 1072, 1449, 1452, 1593, 1595, 1688, 1697, 1731, 1811, 2020, 2179 History/archaeology, seed money 482, 1083, 2173 History/archaeology, women 309, 526-528, 628, 629, 773, 841, 842, 850, 864, 957, 1025-1031, 1036, 1037, 1062, 1118, 1162, 1214, 1398, 1738, 1739, 1752-1754, 1810, 1832, 1839, 1840, 1873, 1894, 1944, 1945, 2050, 2124, 2125, 2201 Honduras, education 1732 Honduras, environment 1732 Honduras, public affairs/government 1732 Honduras, science 1732 Hong Kong, arts/culture/humanities 546, 1119 Hong Kong, education 546, 1119 Horticulture/garden clubs 1751 Horticulture/garden clubs, electronic media/online services 1751 Hospitals (general) 1862, 1863, 1948, 1950 Hospitals (general), collections management/ preservation 1862, 1863, 1948 Hospitals (general), economically disadvantaged 1862, 1863 Hospitals (general), electronic media/online services 1950 Hospitals (general), equipment 1948 Hospitals (general), New York 1862, 1863 Hospitals (general), North Carolina 1948, 1950 Housing/shelter, home owners 959 Housing/shelter, services 959 Human services 2177 Human services, building/renovation 2177 Human services, children/youth 550, 551 Human services, computer systems/equipment 550 Human services, electronic media/online services 551 Human services, film/video/radio 341 Human services, information services 550, 551 Human services, mind/body enrichment 341 Human services, program evaluation 550 Humanities 37, 97, 587, 698, 718, 719, 837, 854, 966, 1015, 1040, 1065, 1110, 1137-1139, 1216-1218, 1245-1247, 1421, 1442, 1499, 1500, 1535, 1544, 1545, 1652, 1660, 1679, 1710, 1756, 1757, 2024, 2045, 2166 Humanities, building/renovation 2166 Humanities, collections acquisition 1679, 2166

Humanities, collections management/preservation 97, 698, 837, 1110, 1216-1218, 1421, 1442, 1652, 1679, 1710 Humanities, computer systems/equipment 1499 Humanities, conferences/seminars 1040 Humanities, curriculum development 37 Humanities, electronic media/online services 698, 718, 837, 1065, 1442, 1535, 1544, 1545 Humanities, endowments 1499 Humanities, faculty/staff development 1660 Humanities, fellowships 1137, 1138, 1245, 1246, 1499 Humanities, publication 1040, 1545 Humanities, research 1040, 1065, 1247, 1660 Humanities, student aid 37 Immigrants/refugees, arts/culture/humanities 67, 324, 351 Immigrants/refugees, education 67, 324, 1649 Immigrants/refugees, environment 1649 Immigrants/refugees, public affairs/government 67, 1649 Immigrants/refugees, science 1649 Immigrants/refugees, social sciences 324 India, arts/culture/humanities 41, 56, 85, 158, 232, 543, 1044, 1048, 1052, 1065, 1110, 1118, 1623 India, education 232, 543, 1044, 1049, 1052, 1065, 1110, 1114, 1118, 1623 India, international affairs/development 41, 543, 1044 India, public affairs/government 1048, 1065, 1623 India, religion 232, 1623 India, science 1114 India, social sciences 1049, 1065, 1118, 1623 Indigenous peoples, arts/culture/humanities 67, 72, 1073 Indigenous peoples, education 67, 72, 1073 Indigenous peoples, international affairs/ development 1073 Indigenous peoples, public affairs/government 67 Indonesia, arts/culture/humanities 1043, 1063 Indonesia, community improvement/development 1090 Indonesia, education 1043, 1063, 1086, 1090 Indonesia, environment 1090 Indonesia, public affairs/government 1063, 1086, 1090 Infants/toddlers, education 726 International affairs, arms control 1831 International affairs, collections management/ preservation 373, 656, 1059, 1812, 2076 International affairs, crime/abuse victims 847 International affairs, economically disadvantaged 373 International affairs, electronic media/online services 631 International affairs, goodwill promotion 656, 1059, 1078 International affairs, information services 715, 1076, 1077 International affairs, military/veterans 77 International affairs, minorities 373 International affairs, national security 76, 77, 316, 317, 567, 599, 600, 611, 612, 949, 985-987, 1795, 1811, 1812, 1816, 1819, 1824 International affairs, public education 373, 847, 949 International affairs, publication 1059 International affairs, research 631, 829, 1076, 1811, 1812, 1831 International affairs, U.N. 2076 International affairs, women 567 International affairs/development, Afghanistan 549 International affairs/development, Africa 640, 829, 1039, 1040, 1074, 1109, 1522, 1527 International affairs/development, Argentina 846, 847, 1087 International affairs/development, Asia 656, 985 International affairs/development, Bhutan 125 International affairs/development, Brazil 1115 International affairs/development, Bulgaria 1904, 1905, 1907 International affairs/development, Chile 845 International affairs/development, China 1044

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International affairs/development, Cuba 1078, 1105, 1106 International affairs/development, Czech Republic 1900 International affairs/development, Developing countries 373, 1522, 1527 International affairs/development, East Asia 2146 International affairs/development, Eastern & Central Europe 1811, 1812, 1899 International affairs/development, Egypt 1402 International affairs/development, England 1044 International affairs/development, Europe 985 International affairs/development, France 1127, 1153 International affairs/development, Global programs 45-47, 71, 76, 77, 317, 567, 599, 600, 640, 715, 989, 1083, 1201, 1811, 1812, 1816-1819, 1823, 1824, 1831, 1875, 2076 International affairs/development, Greece 1128 International affairs/development, Guatemala 610 International affairs/development, India 41, 543, 1044 International affairs/development, Iraq 949, 1813 International affairs/development, Ireland 41 International affairs/development, Kazakhstan 66 International affairs/development, Kenya 1039 International affairs/development, Kyrgyzstan 66 International affairs/development, Latin America 848, 849, 1076, 1077, 1079, 1080 International affairs/development, Mexico 315, 316, 567, 1073 International affairs/development, Mongolia 1906 International affairs/development, Romania 1896, 1897 International affairs/development, Russia 987, 1044, 1092, 1093, 1898 International affairs/development, Senegal 1040 International affairs/development, Serbia 631 International affairs/development, Slovakia 1901 International affairs/development, Slovenia 1898 International affairs/development, South Africa 640, 1083 International affairs/development, South America 1115 International affairs/development, Southeast Asia 1059 International affairs/development, Southern Africa 1060 International affairs/development, Soviet Union (Former) 987, 1092, 1811, 1812 International affairs/development, Spain 160 International affairs/development, Sudan 1814 International affairs/development, Switzerland 1814 International affairs/development, Tajikistan 66 International affairs/development, Turkey 66 International affairs/development, Ukraine 1895 International conflict resolution 1059, 1813 International conflict resolution, collections management/preservation 1059 International conflict resolution, conferences/ seminars 1813 International conflict resolution, crime/abuse victims 1813 International conflict resolution, military/veterans 1813 International conflict resolution, offenders/ ex-offenders 1813 International conflict resolution, publication 1059 International democracy & civil society development 610, 829, 1074, 1078, 1823 International democracy & civil society development, African Americans/Blacks 1074 International democracy & civil society development, collections management/preservation 1074 International democracy & civil society development, crime/abuse victims 610, 1823 International democracy & civil society development, electronic media/online services 1074, 1823 International democracy & civil society development, film/video/radio 1823 International development 315, 316, 1040, 1073, 1076, 1077, 1106, 1109, 1239, 1522, 1527, 2146

International development, collections management/preservation 1239 International development, conferences/seminars 1040 International development, economically disadvantaged 1073 International development, electronic media/online services 1522 International development, endowments 1073 International development, indigenous peoples 1073 International development, publication 1040 International development, research 1040, 1076 International development, women 1073 International economic development 71 International economic development, electronic media/online services 71 International economics/trade policy 829 International exchange 1875 International exchange, arts 41, 45-47, 66, 125, 160, 543, 1044, 1127, 1128, 1153, 1201, 1402, 1895-1901, 1904-1907 International exchange, Asians/Pacific Islanders 125 International exchange, collections acquisition 46, 47 International exchange, collections management/ preservation 41, 45-47, 125, 160, 543, 1402, 1899 International exchange, computer systems/ equipment 1402 International exchange, conferences/seminars 66, 1127, 1128, 1898-1900, 1905 International exchange, electronic media/online services 1875 International exchange, endowments 45 International exchange, fellowships 1128 International exchange, publication 41 International human rights 610, 640, 715, 845-849, 1039, 1060, 1076, 1077, 1079, 1080, 1083, 1087, 1092, 1093, 1115, 1811, 1812, 1814, 1817, 1818, 1823 International human rights, African Americans/ Blacks 1083 International human rights, building/renovation 1093 International human rights, children/youth 1039 International human rights, collections management/preservation 640, 1039, 1060, 1092, 1115, 1812 International human rights, crime/abuse victims 610, 846, 847, 1079, 1823 International human rights, economically disadvantaged 1039 International human rights, electronic media/online services 1092, 1115, 1817, 1818, 1823 International human rights, film/video/radio 1823 International human rights, minorities 1814 International human rights, publication 1087 International human rights, research 1060, 1076, 1079, 1080, 1811, 1812 International human rights, seed money 1083 International human rights, women 1039 International peace/security 738, 739, 989 International peace/security, collections management/preservation 989 International peace/security, research 989 International relief 549, 1105 International relief, collections management/ preservation 549 International relief, electronic media/online services 549 International studies 63, 64, 631, 985, 987, 1059, 1061, 1074, 1623 International studies, African Americans/Blacks 1061, 1074 International studies, building/renovation 63 International studies, collections acquisition 63 International studies, collections management/ preservation 1059, 1061, 1074, 1623 International studies, electronic media/online services 63, 64, 631, 1074, 1623 International studies, equipment 64 International studies, men 1623 International studies, publication 1059, 1061 International studies, research 1061

International terrorism 1765, 1817, 1818 International terrorism, conferences/seminars 1765 International terrorism, electronic media/online services 1817, 1818 Internship funds, arts/culture/humanities 508, 817, 818, 827, 1095, 1236 Internship funds, education 508, 597, 1049, 1095, 1331 Internship funds, health—general 597 Internship funds, religion 597 Internship funds, social sciences 1049 Iran, arts/culture/humanities 1663 Iran, education 982, 1663 Iran, public affairs/government 1663 Iran, science 1663 Iraq, arts/culture/humanities 949 Iraq, crime/courts/legal services 1813 Iraq, education 1813 Iraq, international affairs/development 949, 1813 Iraq, public affairs/government 1813 Ireland, arts/culture/humanities 41, 229 Ireland, education 228, 229, 1675-1677 Ireland, environment 1676, 1677 Ireland, international affairs/development 41 Ireland, public affairs/government 1676, 1677 Ireland, science 1676, 1677 Islam 232 Islam, collections management/preservation 232 Islam, publication 232 Islam, research 232 Israel, arts/culture/humanities 2120 Israel, education 2120-2123 Israel, philanthropy/voluntarism 1243 Israel, public affairs/government 2121 Italy, arts/culture/humanities 86, 99, 106, 119, 137-142, 145, 182, 206, 486-489, 505, 587, 792, 1015, 1137-1139, 1154, 1169, 1216-1218, 1245-1247, 1261, 1517, 1544, 1606, 1678, 1717, 2148 Italy, education 86, 119, 587, 1015, 1137-1139, 1216-1218, 1245-1247, 1517, 1544, 1678 Italy, environment 1678 Italy, public affairs/government 1544, 1678 Italy, science 489, 1678 Italy, social sciences 1606 Japan, arts/culture/humanities 234, 1120-1123, 2028, 2043 Japan, education 1120-1122 Japan, religion 1123 Jewish agencies & synagogues 251, 309, 333, 899, 1755, 1838, 1841 Jewish agencies & synagogues, children/youth 899 Jewish agencies & synagogues, collections management/preservation 1755 Jewish agencies & synagogues, conferences/ seminars 1841 Jewish agencies & synagogues, disabilities, people with 899 Jewish agencies & synagogues, electronic media/ online services 1838, 1841 Jewish agencies & synagogues, exhibitions 251 Jewish agencies & synagogues, income development 1841 Jewish agencies & synagogues, women 309 Journalism school/education 630 Journalism/publishing, African Americans/Blacks 1420, 1450 Journalism/publishing, collections acquisition 247 Journalism/publishing, collections management/ preservation 106, 247, 1396, 1537, 1697, 1793, 1857 Journalism/publishing, conferences/seminars 1224 Journalism/publishing, electronic media/online services 631, 657, 1396, 1404, 1420, 1450, 1481, 1537, 1637, 1857 Journalism/publishing, equipment 38, 247 Journalism/publishing, faculty/staff development 1118 Journalism/publishing, publication 1404 Journalism/publishing, research 860, 1697 Journalism/publishing, women 1118 Kazakhstan, arts/culture/humanities 66

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Kazakhstan, international affairs/development 66 Kenya, arts/culture/humanities 714, 1039, 1068, 1108 Kenya, education 1039, 1068, 1108, 1192 Kenya, international affairs/development 1039 Kenya, science 1192 Kyrgyzstan, arts/culture/humanities 66, 70 Kyrgyzstan, international affairs/development 66 Language (classical) 1624, 1651 Language (classical), collections management/ preservation 1624, 1651 Language (classical), electronic media/online services 1624, 1651 Language (foreign) 67, 1121, 1122, 1146, 1147, 1661 Language (foreign), electronic media/online services 67, 1146, 1147, 1661 Language (foreign), immigrants/refugees 67 Language (foreign), indigenous peoples 67 Language (foreign), research 1661 Language/linguistics 65, 506, 1062 Language/linguistics, collections management/ preservation 1062 Language/linguistics, electronic media/online services 65 Language/linguistics, Native Americans/American Indians 65 Language/linguistics, publication 506 Language/linguistics, research 1062 Language/linguistics, women 1062 Latin America, arts/culture/humanities 122, 142, 164, 1556, 1575-1577, 1631 Latin America, civil rights 848, 849, 1076, 1077 Latin America, crime/courts/legal services 1079 Latin America, education 164, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Latin America, environment 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Latin America, health—general 1079 Latin America, international affairs/development 848, 849, 1076, 1077, 1079, 1080 Latin America, public affairs/government 1080, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Latin America, science 1079, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Latin America, social sciences 1079 Law/international law 1079, 1087 Law/international law, crime/abuse victims 1079 Law/international law, publication 1087 Law/international law, research 1079 Leadership development 990, 2156, 2157, 2192 Leadership development, publication 990 Lebanon, arts/culture/humanities 227 Legal services 610, 627, 1662 Legal services, African Americans/Blacks 1662

Legal services, collections acquisition 627 Legal services, collections management/ preservation 627 Legal services, crime/abuse victims 610 Legal services, electronic media/online services 627 LGBTQ, arts/culture/humanities 2052 LGBTQ, civil rights 568, 569, 1883, 2052 LGBTQ, community improvement/development 568, 569 LGBTQ, education 568, 569, 617, 618, 667-670, 2052 Libraries (academic/research) 37, 63, 64, 535, 545, 549, 646, 658, 680, 861, 867, 868, 989, 1114, 1120, 1193-1197, 1331, 1405-1407, 1409, 1410, 1454-1456, 1470, 1475, 1478, 1510, 1588, 1610, 1640, 1653-1655, 1657, 1679, 1680, 1684, 1689, 1690, 1708, 1715, 1729, 1874, 1943, 1980, 1982, 2106, 2121-2123, 2169, 2183, 2246 Libraries (academic/research), African Americans/ Blacks 867 Libraries (academic/research), building/renovation 63, 658, 861, 868, 1197, 1943, 1980, 2246 Libraries (academic/research), collections acquisition 63, 535, 867, 1456, 1679, 2121-2123 Libraries (academic/research), collections management/preservation 535, 545, 549, 646, 680, 867, 989, 1120, 1193-1196, 1331, 1405-1407, 1409, 1410, 1455, 1456, 1478, 1588, 1654, 1655, 1679, 1684, 1708, 1715, 1729, 1874, 2106, 2122, 2123, 2169, 2183, 2246 Libraries (academic/research), computer systems/ equipment 2169 Libraries (academic/research), conferences/ seminars 867, 1657, 1708, 1874 Libraries (academic/research), curriculum development 37 Libraries (academic/research), economically disadvantaged 867 Libraries (academic/research), electronic media/ online services 63, 64, 549, 1114, 1120, 1406, 1454, 1470, 1475, 1478, 1510, 1610, 1640, 1653, 1654, 1657, 1680, 1689, 1708, 2121-2123, 2169, 2183 Libraries (academic/research), equipment 64, 680 Libraries (academic/research), exhibitions 1943 Libraries (academic/research), faculty/staff development 1406, 1943 Libraries (academic/research), internship funds 1331 Libraries (academic/research), management development/capacity building 1715 Libraries (academic/research), men 680 Libraries (academic/research), publication 1690 Libraries (academic/research), research 658, 867, 989, 1455, 1475, 1610, 1640, 1653-1655, 1657, 1680, 1708 Libraries (academic/research), student aid 37 Libraries (medical) 2186-2190 Libraries (medical), collections management/ preservation 2186-2190 Libraries (public) 21, 232, 412, 565, 582, 691, 728, 767, 832, 999, 1000, 1299, 1768, 1769, 1772, 1827, 1956, 2011, 2063, 2080, 2081, 2088, 2107, 2110-2112, 2177, 2194, 2203, 2206-2216, 2227, 2238, 2239, 2242 Libraries (public), building/renovation 565, 1772, 2011, 2107, 2111, 2112, 2177, 2203, 2208, 2227 Libraries (public), children/youth 767 Libraries (public), collections acquisition 21, 2080, 2081 Libraries (public), collections management/ preservation 232, 691, 728, 832, 1000, 1772, 1956, 2011, 2080, 2081, 2088, 2107, 2227 Libraries (public), computer systems/equipment 2238, 2239, 2242 Libraries (public), debt reduction 2210 Libraries (public), electronic media/online services 767, 2080, 2081, 2238, 2239, 2242 Libraries (public), emergency funds 999, 1768, 1769, 1827

Libraries (public), endowments 1772 Libraries (public), equipment 21, 2088, 2107 Libraries (public), faculty/staff development 2080, 2081 Libraries (public), publication 232 Libraries (public), research 232 Libraries (school) 622, 2030, 2140, 2141, 2264 Libraries (school), building/renovation 2140 Libraries (school), children 2264 Libraries (school), children/youth 2141 Libraries (school), collections acquisition 2264 Libraries (school), collections management/ preservation 622, 2030, 2264 Libraries (school), computer systems/equipment 2030 Libraries (special) 29, 97, 148, 194, 229, 247, 345, 536, 537, 544, 597, 617, 618, 621, 626, 642-645, 667-670, 740, 780, 830, 831, 930, 982, 1018, 1104, 1117, 1291, 1301, 1303, 1399, 1411, 1418, 1421, 1429, 1441, 1452, 1458, 1462, 1476, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1508, 1515, 1529, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1593, 1595, 1596, 1600, 1604, 1608, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1624, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1651, 1652, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1704, 1709, 1718, 1722, 1725, 1731, 1732, 1770, 1771, 1793, 1830, 1846, 1942, 1943, 1964, 1981, 2015, 2020, 2024, 2030, 2045, 2052, 2064, 2065, 2108, 2113, 2142, 2202 Libraries (special), African Americans/Blacks 1608 Libraries (special), building/renovation 229, 1943, 1981 Libraries (special), capital campaigns 1964 Libraries (special), collections acquisition 247, 1104 Libraries (special), collections management/ preservation 97, 247, 345, 536, 544, 597, 621, 626, 740, 780, 1018, 1117, 1399, 1411, 1418, 1421, 1429, 1441, 1452, 1458, 1476, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1508, 1515, 1529, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1593, 1595, 1596, 1600, 1604, 1608, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1624, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1651, 1652, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1704, 1709, 1718, 1722, 1725, 1731, 1732, 1770, 1793, 1846, 2020, 2030, 2064, 2108, 2142 Libraries (special), computer systems/equipment 345, 597, 1476, 1608, 2030 Libraries (special), conferences/seminars 1104 Libraries (special), curriculum development 1117 Libraries (special), electronic media/online services 345, 597, 621, 626, 1018, 1104, 1399, 1411, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458, 1476, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1489, 1491, 1492, 1494, 1506, 1515, 1529, 1543, 1550, 1551, 1555, 1557-1559, 1566, 1573, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1584, 1595, 1596, 1600, 1604, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1624, 1627, 1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1651, 1656, 1676, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1698, 1709, 1718, 1722, 1725, 1732, 2020, 2142 Libraries (special), equipment 247, 626, 2015, 2108 Libraries (special), exhibitions 1943, 2015 Libraries (special), faculty/staff development 537, 626, 1608, 1943 Libraries (special), fellowships 780, 1104 Libraries (special), film/video/radio 2064 Libraries (special), Hispanics/Latinos 537, 930, 1649 Libraries (special), immigrants/refugees 1649 Libraries (special), internship funds 597 Libraries (special), LGBTQ 617, 618, 667-670, 2052 Libraries (special), management development/ capacity building 1018 Libraries (special), publication 1593 Libraries (special), research 148, 1452, 1593, 1595, 1731, 2020 Libraries (special), scholarship funds 1291 Libraries (special), technical assistance 229 Libraries (special), women 626

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Libraries, archives 1-5, 12-14, 16-18, 23-25, 27-29, 37-40, 43, 50, 51, 53, 57-65, 67-69, 71-74, 76, 78-80, 86, 90, 91, 96, 102, 103, 118-120, 127, 135, 148, 149, 153, 154, 164, 167, 176, 177, 192, 193, 195, 196, 199, 202, 205, 218, 221-223, 225, 228, 240-242, 245-250, 252-306, 310-314, 316-322, 324, 325, 327-330, 336-339, 343, 346-348, 374-377, 398, 440, 452-456, 459, 479, 482-485, 494-496, 498-504, 506-508, 510, 511, 513, 515, 526-531, 536-540, 542, 543, 546, 550, 551, 553, 555, 561-563, 566-570, 572-574, 576, 578, 581, 582, 584, 587-590, 595-608, 611, 612, 615, 617-620, 623, 624, 627-631, 634-637, 639, 640, 642-646, 648, 650-655, 657, 658, 660, 662, 667-679, 681, 682, 689, 690, 695, 696, 700-705, 707-711, 715-719, 722, 723, 726, 727, 729, 730, 732, 738, 739, 759, 761, 763-765, 767, 768, 772, 773, 782, 785-791, 829-831, 836, 837, 841, 842, 844-846, 850, 851, 853-855, 857-861, 864, 866, 867, 869-877, 880, 882-884, 892, 893, 896-899, 909, 910, 920-927, 929-931, 934-937, 939, 941, 944-947, 950-953, 956, 957, 966, 967, 969, 973, 976-984, 986, 991-997, 1004-1010, 1013, 1015, 1019, 1025-1035, 1038, 1039, 1041-1044, 1046, 1047, 1050-1054, 1056-1059, 1061, 1063-1065, 1067-1072, 1074, 1075, 1083, 1086-1093, 1096-1100, 1102-1108, 1110-1116, 1118-1122, 1130-1132, 1137-1147, 1157-1162, 1166, 1168, 1183-1187, 1189-1196, 1198-1200, 1207, 1213, 1214, 1218, 1227, 1245-1247, 1253-1255, 1271, 1291, 1293, 1294, 1298-1303, 1307, 1312, 1339, 1340, 1356, 1359, 1366, 1373, 1381, 1391, 1392, 1394, 1396-1398, 1404, 1407, 1409, 1414, 1415, 1417, 1419, 1420, 1426-1428, 1430, 1431, 1434, 1440, 1442-1445, 1448-1450, 1454, 1459-1462, 1467, 1470, 1475, 1477, 1478, 1481, 1484, 1490, 1493, 1495, 1498-1501, 1503, 1504, 1509, 1510, 1513, 1514, 1516-1528, 1530, 1532, 1533, 1535-1537, 1541, 1542, 1544, 1545, 1549, 1552, 1553, 1556, 1561, 1562, 1567, 1575-1577, 1580, 1583, 1586-1588, 1591, 1592, 1594, 1597, 1603, 1605, 1607, 1612, 1614, 1615, 1617, 1619-1623, 1628, 1633, 1636-1640, 1644, 1650, 1653, 1655, 1657, 1659-1667, 1669, 1670, 1677-1680, 1682, 1685, 1687-1690, 1693-1696, 1699, 1701, 1702, 1705-1707, 1710-1713, 1723, 1724, 1733, 1736, 1738, 1739, 1742, 1743, 1745-1747, 1749, 1751-1754, 1756, 1757, 1762-1764, 1766, 1767, 1774-1776, 1778-1780, 1782, 1790-1792, 1795-1797, 1810-1813, 1815-1820, 1824, 1826, 1828, 1829, 1832, 1833, 1835-1842, 1845, 1847-1851, 1853-1856, 1858, 1859, 1867, 1869-1873, 1875-1879, 1881, 1882, 1894, 1908, 1911, 1915, 1916, 1926-1928, 1931, 1932, 1935, 1936, 1941-1945, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1957-1961, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1974, 1976-1978, 1980-1983, 1986-1990, 1994, 1996-1999, 2001-2003, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2016, 2017, 2025, 2026, 2039, 2050-2052, 2054-2056, 2058, 2061, 2062, 2064, 2065, 2073, 2074, 2076, 2083, 2091, 2094-2098, 2100-2105, 2113, 2116, 2118, 2120, 2121, 2124, 2125, 2127, 2129-2133, 2135, 2136, 2138, 2139, 2144-2146, 2149, 2155-2157, 2159, 2163, 2166, 2170, 2173, 2177, 2183, 2185-2188, 2192-2194, 2196, 2197, 2201-2203, 2206-2216, 2220, 2222, 2223, 2228-2233, 2235, 2240, 2252, 2254-2257, 2263, 2265, 2268, 2270 Libraries/library science 136, 239, 994, 1105, 1106, 1259, 1347, 1408, 1433, 1434, 1534, 1589, 1686, 1716, 1721, 1758, 1994, 2057, 2084, 2237, 2241 Libraries/library science, collections management/ preservation 136, 239, 994, 1347, 1408, 1433,

1434, 1534, 1589, 1686, 1716, 1721, 1994, 2057, 2084 Libraries/library science, computer systems/ equipment 1589, 2237, 2241 Libraries/library science, conferences/seminars 994 Libraries/library science, electronic media/online services 994, 1589, 1686, 1716, 1721, 2084, 2237, 2241 Libraries/library science, fellowships 1259, 1534 Libraries/library science, program evaluation 1408 Libraries/library science, research 1434, 1686, 1716, 1721 Libraries/library science, seed money 2084 Literature 287, 544, 549, 844, 929, 941, 977, 980, 981, 983, 995-997, 1019, 1040, 1099-1101, 1140, 1191, 1303, 1532, 1596, 1624, 1666, 2051 Literature, collections acquisition 2051 Literature, collections management/preservation 287, 544, 549, 977, 980, 981, 983, 995-997, 1101, 1596, 1624 Literature, computer systems/equipment 929 Literature, conferences/seminars 1040 Literature, electronic media/online services 549, 844, 1099, 1100, 1532, 1596, 1624, 1666 Literature, equipment 929 Literature, exhibitions 1099, 1100, 1140 Literature, publication 1040, 1099, 1100 Literature, research 1040, 1099, 1100 Mali, arts/culture/humanities 1045, 1054, 1101 Mali, education 1054 Mali, social sciences 1054 Marine science 2168 Marine science, collections management/ preservation 2168 Media, film/video 26, 117, 151, 226, 249, 250, 336, 340, 341, 349-393, 397-400, 402-411, 413-478, 492-504, 512, 543, 578, 581, 594, 660, 676, 677, 711, 716, 721, 761, 885, 921, 934, 935, 937, 952, 976, 1004, 1032-1034, 1054, 1055, 1111, 1117, 1393-1397, 1417, 1475, 1493, 1509, 1568, 1587, 1869-1872, 1911, 1912, 2010, 2064, 2133, 2235 Media, journalism/publishing 38, 106, 247, 530, 531, 630, 631, 657, 860, 949, 1108, 1118, 1224, 1396, 1404, 1420, 1450, 1461, 1481, 1537, 1637, 1697, 1793, 1857 Media, radio 252, 284, 583, 953, 1068, 1724, 1815 Media, television 507, 508, 583, 877, 992, 993, 1013, 1107, 1312, 1396, 1724, 1778, 1823, 1842, 2268 Media/communications 44, 53, 68, 69, 71, 253-264, 266-274, 276-306, 325, 515, 547, 548, 582, 633, 847, 943, 1017, 1039, 1410, 1452, 1457, 1464, 1499, 1517, 1588, 1594, 1622, 1636, 1641, 1644, 1660, 1666, 1689, 1821, 1822, 1838, 2129, 2131, 2137 Media/communications, African Americans/Blacks 258, 266 Media/communications, children/youth 257, 943, 1017, 1039 Media/communications, collections management/ preservation 44, 253-264, 266-274, 276-306, 547, 548, 943, 1039, 1410, 1452, 1457, 1588, 1594, 1622, 1636, 1641, 1644, 1821, 1822, 2129, 2131, 2137 Media/communications, computer systems/ equipment 547, 548, 1499 Media/communications, conferences/seminars 1517 Media/communications, crime/abuse victims 847 Media/communications, economically disadvantaged 257, 1039 Media/communications, electronic media/online services 44, 53, 68, 69, 71, 325, 547, 548, 1594, 1636, 1666, 1689, 1821, 1822, 1838, 2137 Media/communications, endowments 1499 Media/communications, equipment 943 Media/communications, faculty/staff development 1457, 1517, 1660 Media/communications, fellowships 1499

Media/communications, minorities 257, 295, 325, 515 Media/communications, Native Americans/ American Indians 291 Media/communications, performance/productions 68, 325 Media/communications, research 1452, 1464, 1594, 1641, 1660 Media/communications, women 1039 Medical care, bioethics 597 Medical school/education 991 Medical school/education, collections management/preservation 991 Men, arts/culture/humanities 1623 Men, education 680, 724, 725, 1623 Men, public affairs/government 1623 Men, religion 1623 Men, social sciences 1623 Mexico, arts/culture/humanities 120, 170, 275, 1073, 1203, 1204 Mexico, civil rights 315 Mexico, education 120, 275, 316, 537, 567, 1073 Mexico, international affairs/development 315, 316, 567, 1073 Middle East, arts/culture/humanities 1623, 1651, 2035 Middle East, education 1046, 1623, 1651 Middle East, public affairs/government 1623, 1651 Middle East, religion 1623 Middle East, science 1651 Middle East, social sciences 1623 Military/veterans’ organizations 77, 1813, 2132 Military/veterans’ organizations, conferences/ seminars 1813 Military/veterans’ organizations, crime/abuse victims 1813 Military/veterans’ organizations, offenders/ ex-offenders 1813 Military/veterans, arts/culture/humanities 11, 751, 1955, 2132, 2164 Military/veterans, crime/courts/legal services 1813 Military/veterans, education 1813, 1955, 2132 Military/veterans, international affairs/development 77, 1813 Military/veterans, public affairs/government 77, 1813, 2132 Military/veterans, safety/disaster relief 11, 751 Minorities, arts/culture/humanities 9, 50, 51, 257, 295, 325, 326, 373, 482, 515, 637, 720, 1091, 1095, 1658, 1809, 1814, 1967, 1983, 2073, 2139 Minorities, civil rights 51, 637, 1088, 1103, 1419, 1553, 1699, 2139 Minorities, education 50, 51, 257, 295, 325, 482, 515, 637, 1088, 1091, 1095, 1103, 1419, 1553, 1699, 1967, 1983, 2073, 2139 Minorities, international affairs/development 373, 1814 Minorities, public affairs/government 325 Minorities, safety/disaster relief 9 Minorities, social sciences 295, 482, 720, 1088, 1091, 1103, 1419, 1553, 1699 Mongolia, arts/culture/humanities 1906 Mongolia, international affairs/development 1906 Multipurpose centers/programs, collections management/preservation 112, 120, 156, 1112, 1410, 2245 Multipurpose centers/programs, conferences/ seminars 66 Multipurpose centers/programs, economically disadvantaged 72 Multipurpose centers/programs, electronic media/ online services 72 Multipurpose centers/programs, equipment 2245 Multipurpose centers/programs, Hispanics/Latinos 1112 Multipurpose centers/programs, indigenous peoples 72 Multipurpose centers/programs, LGBTQ 2052 Multipurpose centers/programs, management development/capacity building 156 Multipurpose centers/programs, program evaluation 72 Multipurpose centers/programs, publication 1112

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Multipurpose centers/programs, women 1112 Museums 70, 98, 127, 132, 136, 141, 155, 156, 160, 184, 201, 203, 212, 226, 743, 747, 862, 903, 904, 1011, 1197, 1263, 1347, 1402, 1408, 1589, 1625, 1642, 1897, 1903, 2020, 2047, 2048, 2071, 2099 Museums (art) 31-35, 41, 44-47, 75, 86, 88, 91, 92, 105, 113, 114, 117, 128, 134, 146, 151-153, 161-164, 167-169, 175, 180, 183, 186, 187, 190, 195-200, 202, 206, 209, 211, 214, 215, 217-220, 225, 232, 235, 241, 249, 250, 331, 490, 525, 552, 659, 694, 731, 733, 742, 744, 752, 753, 760, 780, 795, 796, 801, 803, 806, 809, 813, 817-822, 824-826, 838, 868, 885, 918, 919, 928, 1003, 1020, 1084, 1085, 1135, 1154, 1164, 1165, 1228, 1233, 1238, 1249, 1252, 1265, 1266, 1272, 1293, 1295, 1298, 1308, 1309, 1314, 1316-1318, 1322-1328, 1333, 1335-1337, 1342-1344, 1348, 1352, 1354-1356, 1359, 1360, 1364-1367, 1370, 1371, 1373, 1374, 1376-1380, 1382-1387, 1389, 1390, 1403, 1412, 1413, 1422-1425, 1437, 1463, 1471, 1472, 1479, 1482, 1487, 1488, 1496, 1497, 1502, 1511, 1512, 1538, 1540, 1546, 1554, 1560, 1570, 1581, 1582, 1597-1599, 1602, 1641, 1658, 1668, 1703, 1720, 1726-1728, 1730, 1734, 1735, 1758-1760, 1771, 1777, 1804-1807, 1866, 1896, 1898, 1909, 1910, 1916-1922, 1940, 1947, 1969, 1971, 1972, 2018, 2022, 2023, 2027, 2028, 2032-2034, 2037, 2041, 2044, 2059, 2060, 2067, 2077, 2084, 2134, 2137, 2147-2150, 2167, 2198, 2199, 2218, 2260, 2261, 2270 Museums (art), African Americans/Blacks 128, 1084, 1777 Museums (art), Asians/Pacific Islanders 35, 187 Museums (art), building/renovation 35, 331, 552, 733, 820-822, 868, 918, 919, 1154, 1324, 1379, 1947, 2148 Museums (art), capital campaigns 1940 Museums (art), children/youth 2060 Museums (art), collections acquisition 46, 47, 552, 1249, 1734, 1735, 2261 Museums (art), collections management/ preservation 31-35, 41, 44-47, 75, 86, 88, 92, 105, 113, 114, 117, 128, 134, 146, 151, 152, 161-164, 168, 169, 175, 180, 183, 186, 187, 190, 196-198, 200, 206, 209, 211, 214, 215, 217, 219, 220, 225, 232, 235, 331, 552, 659, 694, 731, 733, 742, 780, 795, 796, 801, 803, 806, 809, 813, 817, 818, 820-822, 824-826, 838, 885, 928, 1164, 1238, 1249, 1265, 1266, 1295, 1308, 1309, 1314, 1316-1318, 1322, 1323, 1325-1328, 1333, 1335-1337, 1342-1344, 1348, 1352, 1354-1356, 1359, 1360, 1364-1366, 1370, 1371, 1373, 1374, 1376-1380, 1382-1387, 1389, 1390, 1403, 1422-1425, 1437, 1463, 1471, 1479, 1482, 1487, 1497, 1511, 1512, 1538, 1554, 1570, 1597-1599, 1602, 1641, 1668, 1703, 1720, 1727, 1730, 1734, 1735, 1759, 1777, 1804-1807, 1866, 1909, 1910, 1940, 1947, 1969, 1971, 1972, 2018, 2022, 2023, 2027, 2028, 2032-2034, 2037, 2041, 2044, 2059, 2060, 2067, 2077, 2084, 2134, 2137, 2147-2149, 2167, 2199, 2218, 2260, 2261 Museums (art), computer systems/equipment 31, 1598, 1599 Museums (art), conferences/seminars 1135, 1238, 1413, 1488, 1898 Museums (art), curriculum development 1403, 1479, 1482, 1487, 1511, 1538, 1554, 1602, 1668, 1703, 1720, 1727 Museums (art), electronic media/online services 44, 91, 153, 164, 167, 195, 199, 202, 218, 225, 241, 1348, 1366, 1463, 2034, 2084, 2137 Museums (art), emergency funds 752, 1367 Museums (art), endowments 45, 795, 796, 820-822, 1412, 1471, 1472, 1488, 1496, 1502, 1512, 1538, 1546, 1560, 1602, 1668, 1703, 1720, 1726, 1727, 2147, 2198 Museums (art), equipment 32, 33, 731, 809, 819, 824-826, 1472

Museums (art), exhibitions 88, 117, 128, 151, 163, 183, 186, 190, 197, 198, 331, 694, 744, 1326, 1327, 1364, 1385, 1423, 1866, 1922, 2032, 2077 Museums (art), faculty/staff development 490, 817-819, 1085, 1412, 1472, 1488, 1502, 1512, 1540, 1546, 1560, 1658, 1728, 1917-1919, 1921 Museums (art), fellowships 780, 817-819, 1233, 1272, 1540, 1546, 1658, 1726 Museums (art), Hispanics/Latinos 164, 225, 1356, 1916 Museums (art), internship funds 817, 818 Museums (art), management development/capacity building 163, 183, 186, 190, 197, 198, 1598, 1599 Museums (art), minorities 1658 Museums (art), Native Americans/American Indians 1336 Museums (art), publication 41, 114, 164, 206, 214, 215, 232, 235, 1370, 1806, 1807, 1866, 1910, 1916, 2022 Museums (art), research 86, 88, 91, 92, 105, 113, 117, 128, 146, 151, 153, 163, 164, 167, 168, 180, 183, 186, 190, 195, 197-199, 202, 206, 211, 214, 215, 218, 220, 225, 232, 235, 241, 525, 1413, 1423, 1425, 1463, 1540, 1570, 1581, 1641, 1730, 1759, 2059 Museums (art), scholarship funds 1135 Museums (art), seed money 2084 Museums (art), technical assistance 88 Museums (art), women 186, 198, 1554, 2037 Museums (children’s) 757, 911, 916, 917, 1888, 1889, 2250, 2262 Museums (children’s), building/renovation 917 Museums (children’s), children/youth 757, 911, 916, 917, 1888, 1889, 2250, 2262 Museums (children’s), collections management/ preservation 1888, 1889 Museums (children’s), exhibitions 916, 1888, 1889, 2250 Museums (ethnic/folk arts) 87, 104, 236, 332, 342, 516, 554, 575, 695, 696, 805, 827, 913, 914, 1091, 1215, 1294, 1338, 1358, 1361, 1626, 1967, 1983, 2000, 2039, 2185, 2240, 2244 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), African Americans/ Blacks 575, 913, 914 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), building/renovation 913, 914, 2039, 2185, 2244 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), capital campaigns 2240 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), children/youth 2240 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), collections acquisition 2000 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), collections management/preservation 87, 104, 236, 332, 342, 516, 554, 575, 695, 696, 805, 827, 913, 914, 1091, 1215, 1338, 1358, 1361, 2000, 2244 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), computer systems/ equipment 2244 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), electronic media/online services 1091 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), endowments 1626 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), equipment 575 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), exhibitions 342 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), faculty/staff development 1626 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), Hispanics/Latinos 695, 696, 1338 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), internship funds 827 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), minorities 1091, 1967, 1983 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), Native Americans/ American Indians 342, 805, 827, 1358, 1361, 1626, 2000, 2240, 2244 Museums (ethnic/folk arts), research 236, 1338 Museums (history) 9, 22, 27, 50, 204, 334, 335, 343, 552, 556, 574, 584, 586, 625, 639, 641, 649, 661, 662, 684, 688, 693, 703, 704, 748-750, 754, 758, 762, 769-771, 783, 784, 839, 863, 915, 944, 1001, 1014, 1248, 1292, 1311, 1375, 1737, 1743, 1896, 1897, 1951, 1968, 2007, 2014, 2054, 2055, 2078, 2086,

2120, 2136, 2143, 2173, 2181, 2182, 2184, 2193, 2200, 2223, 2228-2231, 2247, 2248 Museums (history), African Americans/Blacks 574, 639, 649 Museums (history), building/renovation 335, 343, 552, 584, 2136, 2181, 2223, 2248 Museums (history), capital campaigns 2247 Museums (history), children/youth 556 Museums (history), collections acquisition 552 Museums (history), collections management/ preservation 22, 27, 204, 343, 552, 556, 586, 625, 641, 649, 661, 684, 688, 693, 762, 769-771, 783, 784, 839, 863, 1001, 1014, 1248, 1292, 1311, 1375, 1737, 1951, 1968, 2007, 2014, 2078, 2086, 2120, 2143, 2181, 2182, 2184, 2193, 2200, 2247, 2248 Museums (history), computer systems/equipment 2143 Museums (history), economically disadvantaged 50 Museums (history), electronic media/online services 27, 661, 684, 2086, 2143, 2173 Museums (history), emergency funds 748 Museums (history), equipment 661, 1001, 2007, 2223 Museums (history), exhibitions 343, 749, 754, 758, 2247 Museums (history), faculty/staff development 625 Museums (history), fellowships 1743 Museums (history), income development 574 Museums (history), minorities 9, 50 Museums (history), publication 343, 1743 Museums (history), research 204, 2143 Museums (history), seed money 2173 Museums (history), technical assistance 2086 Museums (history), women 769-771 Museums (marine/maritime) 11, 557-559, 1764, 1887, 2108, 2249 Museums (marine/maritime), collections management/preservation 557-559, 1887, 2108, 2249 Museums (marine/maritime), equipment 2108 Museums (marine/maritime), exhibitions 1887 Museums (marine/maritime), faculty/staff development 1887 Museums (marine/maritime), military/veterans 11 Museums (natural history) 517-519, 564, 647, 823, 1062, 1400, 1556, 1575-1577, 1580, 1631, 1678, 1800-1803, 2015, 2086, 2115, 2160, 2161 Museums (natural history), building/renovation 823, 2115 Museums (natural history), collections management/ preservation 517-519, 564, 823, 1062, 1400, 1631, 1800-1803, 2086, 2115, 2160, 2161 Museums (natural history), electronic media/online services 1556, 1575-1577, 1580, 1678, 2086 Museums (natural history), equipment 2015 Museums (natural history), exhibitions 518, 2015 Museums (natural history), income development 1400 Museums (natural history), management development/capacity building 1400 Museums (natural history), Native Americans/ American Indians 564 Museums (natural history), research 1062, 1800-1802 Museums (natural history), technical assistance 2086 Museums (natural history), women 1062 Museums (science/technology) 6, 648, 2165, 2243 Museums (science/technology), capital campaigns 648 Museums (science/technology), collections management/preservation 648, 2165, 2243 Museums (science/technology), faculty/staff development 2243 Museums (specialized) 532, 583, 751, 1748, 1750, 1821, 1822, 1980, 1982, 1994, 2013, 2224-2226 Museums (specialized), building/renovation 1980, 2013 Museums (specialized), capital campaigns 532 Museums (specialized), children/youth 1748

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Museums (specialized), collections management/ preservation 532, 583, 1750, 1821, 1822, 1994 Museums (specialized), electronic media/online services 1821, 1822 Museums (specialized), emergency funds 751 Museums (specialized), exhibitions 532 Museums (specialized), military/veterans 751 Museums (sports/hobby) 852, 853 Museums (sports/hobby), children/youth 853 Museums (sports/hobby), collections management/ preservation 852 Museums, building/renovation 747, 1197 Museums, children 747 Museums, collections management/preservation 98, 127, 132, 136, 141, 156, 160, 184, 201, 203, 212, 226, 862, 1347, 1402, 1408, 1589, 1642, 1903, 2020, 2048, 2071, 2099 Museums, computer systems/equipment 1402, 1589 Museums, conferences/seminars 1903, 2047 Museums, electronic media/online services 1589, 2020 Museums, endowments 1625 Museums, exhibitions 2071, 2099 Museums, faculty/staff development 141, 1625 Museums, film/video/radio 2071 Museums, management development/capacity building 156 Museums, program evaluation 1408 Museums, research 127, 132, 184, 203, 212, 226, 1642, 2020 Music composition, collections management/ preservation 1503 Music, African Americans/Blacks 258, 266 Music, building/renovation 1980, 1981 Music, children/youth 257, 2073 Music, collections acquisition 484, 485 Music, collections management/preservation 248, 252-258, 260, 265, 266, 268, 270, 279-282, 286, 288-290, 292, 294, 296, 298, 299, 304-306, 322, 382, 402-404, 536, 689, 690, 697, 782, 1048, 1068, 1110, 1503, 1601, 1604, 1622, 1644, 1695, 1731, 1994, 2008 Music, computer systems/equipment 484, 485 Music, economically disadvantaged 257, 2073 Music, electronic media/online services 65, 68, 69, 1048, 1601, 1604, 1605, 1621, 1695 Music, exhibitions 1048 Music, faculty/staff development 485 Music, fellowships 1743 Music, film/video/radio 68 Music, income development 2073 Music, management development/capacity building 1058 Music, minorities 257, 2073 Music, Native Americans/American Indians 65 Music, performance/productions 68, 1057 Music, publication 484, 506, 1743 Music, research 1057, 1731 Music, women 1048 Native Americans/American Indians, arts/culture/ humanities 65, 89, 291, 342, 564, 805, 827, 1315, 1336, 1358, 1361, 1626, 1850, 2000, 2219, 2240, 2244 Native Americans/American Indians, education 65, 291, 1850, 2240 Native Americans/American Indians, philanthropy/ voluntarism 2244 Natural resources, collections management/ preservation 1090, 2171 Natural resources, computer systems/equipment 2058 Natural resources, electronic media/online services 71, 1090 Natural resources, equipment 1090, 2058 Natural resources, faculty/staff development 2058 Nepal, education 1104 Nepal, public affairs/government 1104 Nepal, social sciences 1104 Netherlands, arts/culture/humanities 219, 1641, 1642 Netherlands, education 1725

Netherlands, environment 1725 Netherlands, public affairs/government 1725 Netherlands, science 1641, 1725 New Zealand, education 1716 New Zealand, public affairs/government 1716 New Zealand, science 1716 Nigeria, arts/culture/humanities 719, 1042, 1045 Nigeria, education 719, 1042 Nigeria, public affairs/government 719 Nigeria, social sciences 719, 1042 Nonprofit management 318-320 Nonprofit management, electronic media/online services 318-320 North Africa, arts/culture/humanities 141 Offenders/ex-offenders, crime/courts/legal services 1813 Offenders/ex-offenders, education 1813 Offenders/ex-offenders, international affairs/ development 1813 Offenders/ex-offenders, public affairs/government 1813 Orchestras, collections management/preservation 20 Painting, building/renovation 182, 191, 774, 856, 1809 Painting, children/youth 30 Painting, collections management/preservation 160, 165, 181, 182, 191, 212, 214, 523, 685, 774, 807, 815, 1014, 1309, 1310, 1314, 1317, 1322, 1329, 1333, 1335, 1343, 1344, 1354, 1355, 1360, 1365, 1369, 1372, 1374, 1376, 1378, 1380, 1384, 1387, 1759, 1862, 1863, 2027, 2028, 2036, 2042, 2085, 2087, 2218 Painting, economically disadvantaged 1862, 1863 Painting, endowments 807, 808, 1472 Painting, equipment 815, 1472 Painting, exhibitions 1140 Painting, faculty/staff development 1472 Painting, fellowships 1233 Painting, minorities 1809 Painting, publication 214 Painting, research 165, 181, 212, 214, 1759 Painting, technical assistance 182, 191 Panama, education 1629, 1633 Panama, environment 1629, 1633 Panama, public affairs/government 1629, 1633 Panama, science 1629, 1633 Parks/playgrounds, building/renovation 2251 Parks/playgrounds, collections management/ preservation 2221 Performing arts 245, 246, 532, 1043, 1089, 1395, 1742 Performing arts (multimedia) 329, 337, 529, 708, 882-884, 969, 973, 1071, 1161, 1183, 1184, 1302 Performing arts (multimedia), collections management/preservation 1071 Performing arts (multimedia), electronic media/ online services 969 Performing arts (multimedia), performance/ productions 883 Performing arts centers 1853 Performing arts centers, African Americans/Blacks 1853 Performing arts centers, collections management/ preservation 1853 Performing arts, African Americans/Blacks 1089, 1742 Performing arts, ballet 936 Performing arts, building/renovation 2072 Performing arts, capital campaigns 532 Performing arts, children/youth 943, 2072 Performing arts, choreography 1401, 1469 Performing arts, collections management/ preservation 532, 697, 943, 1395, 1742 Performing arts, dance 435, 578, 943, 1053, 1401, 1466-1469, 1591, 1736, 1845 Performing arts, education 697, 943, 2072 Performing arts, electronic media/online services 1043, 1089 Performing arts, endowments 245, 246 Performing arts, equipment 943

Performing arts, exhibitions 532 Performing arts, music 29, 43, 65, 68, 69, 248, 252-258, 260, 265, 266, 268, 270, 279-282, 286, 288-290, 292, 294, 296, 298, 299, 304-306, 322, 382, 402-404, 484, 485, 506, 536, 562, 563, 689, 690, 697, 782, 978, 1048, 1057, 1058, 1068, 1110, 1168, 1503, 1509, 1601, 1604, 1605, 1621, 1622, 1644, 1695, 1731, 1743, 1980-1982, 1994, 2008, 2073, 2263 Performing arts, music composition 1503 Performing arts, orchestras 20, 1300 Performing arts, theater 582, 1069-1071, 1120, 1869-1872 Performing arts, theater (musical) 1794 Peru, arts/culture/humanities 109, 164, 288 Peru, education 164, 288 Pharmacology research 530, 531 Philanthropy/voluntarism 710, 979, 1841, 1965, 1987, 2080, 2081 Philanthropy/voluntarism, collections acquisition 2080, 2081 Philanthropy/voluntarism, collections management/ preservation 979, 1007-1010, 1855, 1856, 1987, 2080, 2081 Philanthropy/voluntarism, conferences/seminars 1841 Philanthropy/voluntarism, electronic media/online services 313, 318-320, 710, 1841, 2080, 2081 Philanthropy/voluntarism, faculty/staff development 2080, 2081 Philanthropy/voluntarism, income development 1841 Philanthropy/voluntarism, information services 313, 318-320 Philanthropy/voluntarism, Israel 1243 Philanthropy/voluntarism, management/technical assistance 1007-1010, 1855, 1856 Philanthropy/voluntarism, research 710 Philosophy/ethics 1037, 1391, 2172 Philosophy/ethics, African Americans/Blacks 2172 Philosophy/ethics, collections management/ preservation 1037, 1391, 2172 Philosophy/ethics, women 1037 Photography, African Americans/Blacks 1541, 1670 Photography, Asians/Pacific Islanders 324 Photography, collections acquisition 170, 1271 Photography, collections management/preservation 22, 86, 99, 132, 135, 149, 157, 159, 166, 204, 221, 230, 265, 275, 394-396, 491, 514, 700, 1002, 1041, 1047, 1091, 1096-1098, 1198-1200, 1218, 1348, 1350, 1377, 1497, 1541, 1563, 1670, 1707, 1710, 1774, 1866, 2034, 2116, 2217 Photography, conferences/seminars 1260, 1488, 1671, 1900 Photography, economically disadvantaged 1073 Photography, electronic media/online services 53, 230, 1091, 1096, 1097, 1348, 1671, 1707, 1774, 1847, 2009, 2034 Photography, endowments 1073, 1488, 1496 Photography, equipment 170 Photography, exhibitions 324, 1866 Photography, faculty/staff development 242, 490, 491, 1488 Photography, fellowships 1547 Photography, immigrants/refugees 324 Photography, indigenous peoples 1073 Photography, minorities 1091 Photography, program evaluation 1539 Photography, publication 111, 1866, 2009, 2016 Photography, research 86, 132, 159, 204, 1563, 2116 Photography, women 1073 Physical/earth sciences 797, 802, 1435, 1439, 1473, 1474, 1505, 1564, 1565 Physical/earth sciences, collections management/ preservation 802 Physical/earth sciences, endowments 802, 1439, 1473, 1474, 1565 Physical/earth sciences, fellowships 1435, 1505 Physical/earth sciences, professorships 797 Physical/earth sciences, research 802, 1564 Planetarium 2048, 2074, 2115

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Planetarium, building/renovation 2115 Planetarium, collections management/preservation 2048, 2074, 2115 Planetarium, debt reduction 2074 Poland, education 147 Political science 323, 859, 1078, 1812 Political science, collections management/ preservation 323, 859, 1812 Political science, conferences/seminars 859 Political science, electronic media/online services 323 Political science, fellowships 859 Political science, research 1812 Population studies 207, 2058 Population studies, African Americans/Blacks 207 Population studies, collections management/ preservation 207 Population studies, computer systems/equipment 2058 Population studies, equipment 2058 Population studies, faculty/staff development 2058 Portugal, education 1516 Portugal, environment 1516 Portugal, public affairs/government 1516 Portugal, science 1516 Professorships, arts/culture/humanities 778, 797 Professorships, science 797 Program evaluation, arts/culture/humanities 72, 1408, 1539, 1724 Program evaluation, education 72, 550, 1159, 1408, 1453, 1719, 1724 Program evaluation, human services—multipurpose 550 Program evaluation, public affairs/government 1159 Protestant agencies & churches 362, 363, 416 Protestant agencies & churches, collections management/preservation 362, 363, 416 Psychology/behavioral science 1160, 1986, 2064, 2065 Psychology/behavioral science, children/youth 1160 Psychology/behavioral science, collections management/preservation 1160, 2064 Psychology/behavioral science, film/video/radio 2064 Psychology/behavioral science, research 1986 Public affairs, African Americans/Blacks 768 Public affairs, children/youth 768 Public affairs, citizen participation 768, 1080, 1086, 1107, 2061, 2144, 2145 Public affairs, collections acquisition 627 Public affairs, collections management/preservation 509, 627, 877, 1107, 1857, 2142, 2144, 2145 Public affairs, crime/abuse victims 1823 Public affairs, economically disadvantaged 768 Public affairs, electronic media/online services 627, 877, 992, 993, 1086, 1107, 1778, 1823, 1857, 2142, 2145 Public affairs, ethics 77, 627, 1080, 1857 Public affairs, film/video/radio 992, 993, 1107, 1823 Public affairs, information services 2142 Public affairs, military/veterans 77 Public affairs, public education 509, 630, 632, 633, 877, 992, 993, 1778, 1823 Public affairs, research 768, 1080, 1780 Public affairs, seed money 877 Public affairs/government, Africa 994, 1074, 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1522, 1527, 1531, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1604, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1648, 1661, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Public affairs/government, Argentina 1513, 1514 Public affairs/government, Austria 1579, 1580, 1681 Public affairs/government, Belgium 1566, 1567 Public affairs/government, Bolivia 1515 Public affairs/government, Brazil 1115, 1706 Public affairs/government, Burma (Myanmar) 1815 Public affairs/government, Canada 1714 Public affairs/government, Caribbean 1483 Public affairs/government, Chile 1558 Public affairs/government, Colombia 1573, 1650

Public affairs/government, Developing countries 1522, 1527 Public affairs/government, Eastern & Central Europe 1623 Public affairs/government, Ecuador 1635 Public affairs/government, Egypt 1561 Public affairs/government, England 1442, 1463, 1464, 1574-1578, 1594-1596, 1613-1617, 1619, 1620, 1688 Public affairs/government, Europe 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1725 Public affairs/government, France 1147, 1418, 1555-1557, 1698 Public affairs/government, Germany 1429-1431, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683, 1714 Public affairs/government, Global programs 67, 71, 77, 314, 632, 1051, 1067, 1461, 1636, 1817, 1818, 1823, 1875 Public affairs/government, Honduras 1732 Public affairs/government, India 1048, 1065, 1623 Public affairs/government, Indonesia 1063, 1086, 1090 Public affairs/government, Iran 1663 Public affairs/government, Iraq 1813 Public affairs/government, Ireland 1676, 1677 Public affairs/government, Israel 2121 Public affairs/government, Italy 1544, 1678 Public affairs/government, Latin America 1080, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Public affairs/government, Middle East 1623, 1651 Public affairs/government, Nepal 1104 Public affairs/government, Netherlands 1725 Public affairs/government, New Zealand 1716 Public affairs/government, Nigeria 719 Public affairs/government, Panama 1629, 1633 Public affairs/government, Portugal 1516 Public affairs/government, Russia 1051, 1092, 1099, 1100 Public affairs/government, Scotland 1611, 1612 Public affairs/government, South Africa 984, 994, 1116, 1604, 1638, 1639, 1661, 1711-1713 Public affairs/government, South America 1115 Public affairs/government, Southern Africa 1713 Public affairs/government, Soviet Union (Former) 1092 Public affairs/government, Sweden 1643 Public affairs/government, Switzerland 1458-1460, 1680 Public affairs/government, Uganda 1542 Public affairs/government, Uruguay 1559 Public affairs/government, Venezuela 1492, 1506 Public health 627, 633, 1765 Public health, bioterrorism 1765 Public health, collections acquisition 627 Public health, collections management/preservation 627 Public health, conferences/seminars 1765 Public health, electronic media/online services 627 Public policy, collections management/preservation 1835-1837 Public policy, electronic media/online services 710, 1835-1838 Public policy, research 633, 710, 1835-1838 Publication, arts/culture/humanities 41, 111, 114, 164, 206, 214, 215, 232, 235, 343, 484, 505, 506, 1013, 1040, 1050, 1072, 1094, 1099, 1100, 1112, 1157, 1158, 1169, 1188, 1220, 1222, 1237, 1349, 1370, 1404, 1545, 1568, 1593, 1618, 1743, 1806, 1807, 1860, 1861, 1866, 1910, 1916, 1930, 1954, 2009, 2016, 2022, 2179 Publication, civil rights 1056, 1072, 1088, 1112, 1699 Publication, education 164, 232, 343, 484, 506, 990, 1013, 1050, 1056, 1059, 1061, 1072,

1087, 1088, 1099, 1100, 1112, 1157, 1158, 1404, 1443, 1545, 1593, 1690, 1699, 1743, 1916, 2009, 2016 Publication, employment 2158 Publication, environment 1618 Publication, international affairs/development 41, 1040, 1059, 1087 Publication, public affairs/government 990, 1099, 1100, 1545 Publication, religion 232 Publication, science 1545 Publication, social sciences 1056, 1059, 1061, 1087, 1088, 1112, 1157, 1158, 1188, 1593, 1699, 2179 Race/intergroup relations, collections management/ preservation 51 Race/intergroup relations, curriculum development 51 Race/intergroup relations, minorities 51 Radio, Asians/Pacific Islanders 1815 Radio, collections management/preservation 252, 284, 583, 953, 1068, 1815 Radio, electronic media/online services 953, 1815 Radio, program evaluation 1724 Recreation, camps 42, 899 Recreation, parks/playgrounds 529, 2221, 2251 Religion, Eastern & Central Europe 1623 Religion, Europe 1704 Religion, Global programs 251, 333, 1704 Religion, India 232, 1623 Religion, Japan 1123 Religion, Middle East 1623 Religion, research 732 Reproductive health 1066 Reproductive health, collections management/ preservation 1067 Reproductive health, electronic media/online services 1066, 1067 Reproductive health, family planning 1067, 2050 Reproductive health, sexuality education 1066, 1067 Reproductive health, women 1066, 1067 Romania, arts/culture/humanities 1896, 1897 Romania, international affairs/development 1896, 1897 Russia, arts/culture/humanities 718, 1041, 1044, 1047, 1050, 1051, 1091, 1096-1100, 1170, 1265, 1266, 1898 Russia, education 717, 718, 1041, 1044, 1047, 1050, 1051, 1091-1093, 1096-1100, 1433 Russia, international affairs/development 987, 1044, 1092, 1093, 1898 Russia, public affairs/government 1051, 1092, 1099, 1100 Russia, science 718 Russia, social sciences 717, 718, 987, 1091, 1096-1098 Safety, children/youth 1748 Safety, education 1748 Safety/disaster relief, Cuba 1105, 1106 Safety/disasters, conferences/seminars 1765 Safety/disasters, electronic media/online services 1876 Safety/disasters, information services 1876 Safety/disasters, management/technical assistance 1765 Scholarship funds, arts/culture/humanities 1095, 1135 Scholarship funds, education 1095, 1291 Scholarships/financial aid 1847 Scholarships/financial aid, electronic media/online services 1847 Science 489, 718, 836, 1079, 1192, 1880, 2038 Science, Africa 1418, 1430, 1431, 1458, 1460, 1516, 1531, 1542, 1550, 1555, 1556, 1567, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1580, 1583, 1586, 1611, 1612, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1638, 1639, 1643, 1678, 1682, 1683, 1698, 1725, 1732 Science, Argentina 1513, 1514 Science, Austria 1579, 1580, 1681 Science, Belgium 1566, 1567 Science, Bolivia 1515

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Science, Brazil 1706 Science, Canada 1714 Science, Caribbean 1483 Science, Chile 1558 Science, China 1480 Science, collections management/preservation 1192, 1609 Science, Colombia 1573, 1650 Science, crime/abuse victims 1079 Science, Ecuador 1635 Science, Egypt 1561 Science, electronic media/online services 718, 1609, 1875 Science, endowments 2038 Science, England 1435, 1442, 1574-1578, 1594, 1595, 1613-1617, 1619, 1620, 1730 Science, Europe 1418, 1458, 1489, 1491, 1494, 1574, 1578, 1579, 1611, 1613, 1616, 1643, 1683, 1698, 1725 Science, faculty/staff development 489 Science, France 1418, 1555-1557, 1698 Science, Germany 1429-1431, 1489-1491, 1494, 1495, 1543, 1682, 1683, 1714 Science, Global programs 345, 1875 Science, Honduras 1732 Science, India 1114 Science, information services 1875 Science, Iran 1663 Science, Ireland 1676, 1677 Science, Italy 489, 1678 Science, Kenya 1192 Science, Latin America 1079, 1399, 1418, 1429, 1441, 1458-1460, 1483-1486, 1489-1492, 1494, 1495, 1504, 1506, 1513-1516, 1529, 1543, 1549, 1551, 1555-1559, 1566, 1573-1579, 1583, 1584, 1586, 1600, 1611, 1613-1616, 1619, 1620, 1627-1629, 1632, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1649, 1650, 1656, 1676, 1677, 1681, 1683, 1692, 1693, 1698, 1706, 1709, 1718, 1725, 1732 Science, Middle East 1651 Science, Netherlands 1641, 1725 Science, New Zealand 1716 Science, Panama 1629, 1633 Science, Portugal 1516 Science, research 1079, 1609 Science, Russia 718 Science, Scotland 1611, 1612 Science, South Africa 1055, 1638, 1639 Science, Sweden 1643 Science, Switzerland 1458-1460 Science, Uganda 1542 Science, Uruguay 1559 Science, Venezuela 1492, 1506 Scotland, education 1611, 1612 Scotland, environment 1611, 1612 Scotland, public affairs/government 1611, 1612 Scotland, science 1611, 1612 Sculpture, collections management/preservation 206, 243, 741, 806, 1319, 1321, 1325, 1328, 1334, 1349, 1383, 1860, 1864, 1970, 2033, 2035, 2059, 2128, 2147, 2221 Sculpture, conferences/seminars 1606, 1717 Sculpture, electronic media/online services 1349 Sculpture, endowments 2147 Sculpture, internship funds 1236 Sculpture, publication 206, 1169, 1349, 1860 Sculpture, research 206, 243, 2035, 2059 Secondary school/education 1226 Secondary school/education, fellowships 1226 Secondary school/education, youth 1226 Senegal, arts/culture/humanities 242, 1040 Senegal, education 242 Senegal, international affairs/development 1040 Serbia, arts/culture/humanities 631 Serbia, education 631 Serbia, international affairs/development 631 Serbia, social sciences 631 Sierra Leone, arts/culture/humanities 1045 Slovakia, arts/culture/humanities 1901 Slovakia, education 1901 Slovakia, international affairs/development 1901 Slovenia, arts/culture/humanities 1898 Slovenia, international affairs/development 1898

Social entrepreneurship 925 Social entrepreneurship, electronic media/online services 925 Social sciences 717-719, 953, 1049, 1075, 1104, 1500, 1679 Social sciences, Africa 1074, 1661 Social sciences, African Americans/Blacks 2138 Social sciences, Argentina 1087 Social sciences, Asia 985 Social sciences, Asians/Pacific Islanders 1815 Social sciences, Burma (Myanmar) 1815 Social sciences, China 720 Social sciences, collections acquisition 1104, 1130, 1131, 1679 Social sciences, collections management/ preservation 646, 698, 946, 947, 953, 977, 979-981, 983, 995-997, 1049, 1088, 1098, 1107, 1477, 1593, 1679, 1695, 1701, 1815, 2138 Social sciences, conferences/seminars 1104, 1606 Social sciences, Cuba 1078 Social sciences, Eastern & Central Europe 1623, 1812 Social sciences, Egypt 1075 Social sciences, electronic media/online services 698, 718, 953, 984, 1104, 1107, 1143, 1477, 1535, 1695, 1701, 1815 Social sciences, England 1593 Social sciences, Ethiopia 63, 64 Social sciences, Europe 985 Social sciences, faculty/staff development 1049 Social sciences, fellowships 1049, 1104 Social sciences, film/video/radio 953, 1054, 1107 Social sciences, France 1143 Social sciences, Global programs 1091, 1812, 2076 Social sciences, Haiti 1130, 1131 Social sciences, India 1049, 1065, 1118, 1623 Social sciences, interdisciplinary studies 646, 698, 946, 947, 977, 979-981, 983, 984, 995-997, 1054, 1088, 1098, 1107, 1130, 1131, 1143, 1477, 1535, 1593, 1606, 1695, 1699, 1701, 1815, 2138 Social sciences, internship funds 1049 Social sciences, Italy 1606 Social sciences, Latin America 1079 Social sciences, Mali 1054 Social sciences, Middle East 1623 Social sciences, minorities 1088, 1699 Social sciences, Nepal 1104 Social sciences, Nigeria 719, 1042 Social sciences, publication 1088, 1593, 1699 Social sciences, research 717, 946, 947, 1075, 1593, 2065 Social sciences, Russia 717, 718, 987, 1091, 1096-1098 Social sciences, Serbia 631 Social sciences, South Africa 977, 980, 981, 983, 984, 995-997, 1054, 1055, 1661, 1679, 1713 Social sciences, Southeast Asia 1059 Social sciences, Southern Africa 1060, 1713 Social sciences, Soviet Union (Former) 987, 1812 Social sciences, Vietnam 236 Social sciences, women 1088 South Africa, arts/culture/humanities 640, 977, 980, 981, 983, 995-997, 1054, 1055, 1072, 1083, 1604, 1637, 1660, 1661, 1679, 1711-1713 South Africa, civil rights 640, 1072, 1083, 1662 South Africa, crime/courts/legal services 1662 South Africa, education 640, 977, 980, 981, 983, 984, 994-997, 1054, 1055, 1072, 1083, 1116, 1604, 1637-1639, 1660-1662, 1679, 1711-1713 South Africa, environment 1638, 1639 South Africa, international affairs/development 640, 1083 South Africa, public affairs/government 984, 994, 1116, 1604, 1638, 1639, 1661, 1711-1713 South Africa, science 1055, 1638, 1639 South Africa, social sciences 977, 980, 981, 983, 984, 995-997, 1054, 1055, 1661, 1679, 1713 South America, arts/culture/humanities 275 South America, education 275, 1115

South America, international affairs/development 1115 South America, public affairs/government 1115 Southeast Asia, arts/culture/humanities 139 Southeast Asia, education 1059 Southeast Asia, international affairs/development 1059 Southeast Asia, social sciences 1059 Southern Africa, arts/culture/humanities 1060, 1713 Southern Africa, education 1060, 1713 Southern Africa, international affairs/development 1060 Southern Africa, public affairs/government 1713 Southern Africa, social sciences 1060, 1713 Soviet Union (Former), arts/culture/humanities 351, 1811 Soviet Union (Former), civil rights 1811, 1812 Soviet Union (Former), education 1092, 1811, 1812 Soviet Union (Former), international affairs/ development 987, 1092, 1811, 1812 Soviet Union (Former), public affairs/government 1092 Soviet Union (Former), social sciences 987, 1812 Space/aviation 648, 2243 Space/aviation, capital campaigns 648 Space/aviation, collections management/ preservation 648, 2243 Space/aviation, faculty/staff development 2243 Spain, arts/culture/humanities 160, 601, 602 Spain, education 537, 601, 602 Spain, international affairs/development 160 Student aid, arts/culture/humanities 37, 793, 794 Student aid, education 37, 793, 794 Student services/organizations 990 Student services/organizations, publication 990 Students, African Americans/Blacks 866 Students, collections management/preservation 866 Students, research 866 Students, sororities/fraternities 866 Students, women 866 Sudan, arts/culture/humanities 1814 Sudan, international affairs/development 1814 Sweden, education 1643 Sweden, environment 1643 Sweden, public affairs/government 1643 Sweden, science 1643 Switzerland, arts/culture/humanities 85, 1680, 1814 Switzerland, education 1458-1460, 1680 Switzerland, environment 1458-1460 Switzerland, international affairs/development 1814 Switzerland, public affairs/government 1458-1460, 1680 Switzerland, science 1458-1460 Tajikistan, arts/culture/humanities 66, 68-70 Tajikistan, education 68, 69 Tajikistan, international affairs/development 66 Teacher school/education 1825, 1842 Teacher school/education, capital campaigns 1825 Teacher school/education, collections management/preservation 1825 Teacher school/education, electronic media/online services 1842 Teacher school/education, film/video/radio 1842 Telecommunications 860, 925, 1950, 2144 Telecommunications, collections management/ preservation 2144 Telecommunications, electronic media/online services 925, 1950 Telecommunications, research 860 Television 992, 993, 1013, 1107, 1842, 2268 Television, collections management/preservation 583, 877, 1107, 1396 Television, crime/abuse victims 1823 Television, curriculum development 1013 Television, electronic media/online services 877, 992, 993, 1013, 1107, 1396, 1778, 1823, 1842 Television, internship funds 508 Television, program evaluation 1724 Television, publication 1013

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Television, seed money 877 Theater (musical), collections management/ preservation 1794 Theater, building/renovation 1069, 1070 Theater, collections management/preservation 1069-1071, 1120, 1869-1872 Theater, electronic media/online services 1120 Theater, income development 1069 Theater, management development/capacity building 1069, 1070 Theological school/education 29, 680, 724, 725, 766, 2025, 2026, 2030 Theological school/education, building/renovation 724 Theological school/education, collections management/preservation 680, 724, 725, 766, 2030 Theological school/education, computer systems/ equipment 2030 Theological school/education, equipment 680 Theological school/education, men 680, 724, 725 Theology 1623, 1653, 1680 Theology, collections management/preservation 1623 Theology, electronic media/online services 1623, 1653, 1680 Theology, men 1623 Theology, research 1653, 1680 Transportation 19 Transportation, building/renovation 19 Transportation, collections management/ preservation 19 Turkey, arts/culture/humanities 66 Turkey, international affairs/development 66 Uganda, education 1542 Uganda, environment 1542 Uganda, public affairs/government 1542 Uganda, science 1542 Ukraine, arts/culture/humanities 505, 1895 Ukraine, international affairs/development 1895 United Kingdom, arts/culture/humanities 1697 University, African Americans/Blacks 866 University, building/renovation 63, 1992 University, Catholic agencies & churches 766, 2093 University, children/youth 1992 University, collections acquisition 63 University, collections management/preservation 36, 124, 147, 759, 766, 866, 970, 1037, 1113, 1235, 1256, 1264, 1270, 1453, 1479, 1482, 1487, 1511, 1538, 1668, 1675, 1691, 1700, 1703, 1719, 1991, 1992, 2004, 2021, 2093 University, curriculum development 1479, 1482, 1487, 1511, 1538, 1668, 1703 University, electronic media/online services 63, 64, 759, 1470 University, endowments 36, 1412, 1538, 1668, 1703 University, equipment 38, 64 University, faculty/staff development 1412 University, Government 124, 147, 1675, 1719 University, Government, state 1691, 1700, 2004 University, management development/capacity building 1113 University, Private nonsectarian organization 36, 970, 1235, 1256, 1264, 1270, 1453, 1991, 1992, 2021 University, program evaluation 1453, 1719 University, research 866, 1113 University, seed money 36 University, student aid 793, 794 University, women 866, 1037 Urban studies 1188 Urban studies, publication 1188 Urban/community development 959, 988, 1744, 1890 Urban/community development, African Americans/ Blacks 1744 Urban/community development, collections management/preservation 1744 Urban/community development, conferences/ seminars 988 Urban/community development, economically disadvantaged 1744

Uruguay, Uruguay, Uruguay, Uruguay,

education 1559 environment 1559 public affairs/government 1559 science 1559

Venezuela, education 1492, 1506 Venezuela, environment 1492, 1506 Venezuela, public affairs/government 1492, 1506 Venezuela, science 1492, 1506 Vietnam, arts/culture/humanities 236, 1117 Vietnam, education 1117 Vietnam, social sciences 236 Visual arts 41, 89, 94, 107, 129, 138, 140, 158, 229, 232, 240, 247, 323, 521, 546-548, 626, 666, 692, 763, 798-800, 869-873, 876, 939, 954, 1012, 1052, 1095, 1099, 1100, 1109, 1119, 1186, 1289, 1320, 1351, 1352, 1371, 1373, 1381, 1388, 1389, 1561, 1602, 1711-1713, 1733-1735, 1775, 1796, 1797, 1806, 1807, 1820, 1861, 1908, 1913-1915, 1928, 1930, 1954, 1974, 1976-1978, 2032, 2037, 2041, 2043, 2044, 2092, 2131, 2180 Visual arts, architecture 100, 118, 182, 185, 593, 671-674, 700, 701, 729, 730, 1050, 1051, 1094, 1143, 1149, 1151, 1152, 1341, 1445, 1636, 2155, 2183, 2219 Visual arts, art conservation 15, 30, 32, 48, 55, 56, 66, 82-85, 93, 108, 109, 115, 116, 121-123, 126, 127, 131-133, 137, 139, 141-145, 160, 165, 170, 178, 182, 184, 188, 189, 191, 208, 210, 212, 213, 216, 226, 227, 231, 233, 234, 237, 244, 251, 307, 308, 326, 333, 344, 480, 481, 488, 489, 496, 520, 522-525, 533, 534, 541, 544, 557, 560, 580, 585, 591-593, 609, 613, 614, 616, 647, 683, 685, 706, 712-714, 731, 734-737, 774-781, 792-804, 806-822, 824-828, 833, 835, 839, 856, 868, 878, 879, 881, 886-888, 890, 891, 900-902, 904-908, 928, 932, 933, 938, 940, 948, 955, 960, 962-965, 968, 971, 972, 974, 975, 998, 1011, 1012, 1016, 1022-1024, 1040, 1045, 1123-1125, 1127-1129, 1133, 1135, 1136, 1148-1156, 1163, 1166, 1167, 1169-1182, 1202-1206, 1208-1211, 1215, 1219-1226, 1229-1234, 1236, 1237, 1242, 1257, 1258, 1260, 1262, 1267-1269, 1272-1290, 1296, 1297, 1304-1306, 1309-1311, 1313-1315, 1317, 1319, 1321-1323, 1325, 1328, 1329, 1332-1336, 1341-1346, 1350-1355, 1357, 1358, 1360, 1361, 1365, 1369, 1371, 1372, 1374-1378, 1380, 1381, 1383, 1384, 1386-1389, 1412, 1413, 1416, 1425, 1434-1436, 1438, 1439, 1446, 1447, 1455, 1457, 1463-1465, 1471-1474, 1476, 1488, 1496, 1502, 1505, 1512, 1534, 1539-1541, 1546-1548, 1560, 1563-1565, 1569-1571, 1581, 1598, 1599, 1606, 1609, 1625, 1626, 1630, 1641, 1642, 1645-1648, 1658, 1670-1674, 1717, 1726, 1728, 1730, 1734, 1735, 1740, 1741, 1758-1761, 1783-1789, 1798, 1799, 1809, 1830, 1834, 1843, 1844, 1862-1864, 1868, 1880, 1884-1886, 1891-1893, 1895-1898, 1900, 1901, 1903-1907, 1923-1925, 1929, 1933, 1934, 1937-1939, 1962, 1963, 1975, 1979, 1984, 1985, 2008, 2012, 2023, 2027-2029, 2031, 2035, 2037, 2038, 2040-2044, 2046, 2047, 2049, 2053, 2066, 2068, 2072, 2075, 2079, 2087, 2089, 2090, 2114, 2119, 2128, 2147, 2150-2154, 2195, 2198, 2218, 2221, 2249, 2251, 2269 Visual arts, building/renovation 229 Visual arts, ceramic arts 88, 168, 198, 816, 1315, 1353, 1358 Visual arts, collections acquisition 247, 1734, 1735, 2180 Visual arts, collections management/preservation 41, 89, 94, 107, 129, 158, 232, 240, 247, 323, 521, 547, 548, 626, 692, 763, 798-800, 954, 1320, 1351, 1352, 1371, 1373, 1381, 1388, 1389, 1561, 1602, 1711, 1713, 1734, 1735, 1806, 1807, 1861, 1930, 1954, 2032, 2037, 2041, 2043, 2044, 2092, 2131, 2180

Visual arts, computer systems/equipment 547, 548, 1561 Visual arts, conferences/seminars 129, 140, 546 Visual arts, curriculum development 1602 Visual arts, design 221, 793, 794, 1063, 1865 Visual arts, disabilities, people with 521 Visual arts, drawing 114, 865, 1386, 1804, 1805, 1993 Visual arts, electronic media/online services 323, 547, 548, 626, 1099, 1100, 1561, 1711-1713, 1915 Visual arts, endowments 1561, 1602 Visual arts, equipment 247, 521, 626 Visual arts, exhibitions 1099, 1100, 1861, 1930, 2032, 2092 Visual arts, faculty/staff development 158, 521, 626 Visual arts, income development 1775 Visual arts, internship funds 1095 Visual arts, management development/capacity building 1095 Visual arts, minorities 1095 Visual arts, Native Americans/American Indians 89 Visual arts, painting 15, 30, 160, 165, 181, 182, 191, 212, 214, 523, 685, 735, 774, 807, 808, 815, 856, 1014, 1140, 1233, 1262, 1309, 1310, 1314, 1317, 1322, 1329, 1333, 1335, 1343, 1344, 1354, 1355, 1360, 1365, 1369, 1372, 1374, 1376, 1378, 1380, 1384, 1387, 1472, 1758, 1759, 1809, 1862, 1863, 2012, 2027, 2028, 2036, 2042, 2085, 2087, 2114, 2218 Visual arts, photography 22, 53, 86, 99, 111, 132, 135, 149, 157, 159, 166, 170, 204, 221, 227, 230, 242, 265, 275, 324, 394-396, 490, 491, 514, 580, 700, 840, 1002, 1041, 1047, 1073, 1091, 1096-1098, 1198-1200, 1218, 1260, 1271, 1348, 1350, 1377, 1488, 1496, 1497, 1539, 1541, 1547, 1563, 1670, 1671, 1707, 1710, 1774, 1847, 1866, 1900-1902, 2009, 2016, 2017, 2034, 2116, 2153, 2154, 2217 Visual arts, publication 41, 232, 1099, 1100, 1806, 1807, 1861, 1930, 1954 Visual arts, research 94, 107, 129, 158, 232, 240, 1099, 1100, 1320 Visual arts, scholarship funds 1095 Visual arts, sculpture 206, 243, 741, 806, 1169, 1236, 1319, 1321, 1325, 1328, 1334, 1349, 1383, 1606, 1645, 1646, 1717, 1860, 1864, 1970, 2033, 2035, 2059, 2128, 2147, 2221 Visual arts, technical assistance 229 Visual arts, women 626, 2037 West Bank/Gaza, arts/culture/humanities 1094 Western Africa, arts/culture/humanities 242 Western Africa, education 242 Women’s studies 309, 1036, 1037, 1056, 1102, 1103, 1118, 1840, 2050 Women’s studies, collections acquisition 2050 Women’s studies, collections management/ preservation 1036, 1037, 1102, 1103 Women’s studies, electronic media/online services 1056 Women’s studies, exhibitions 1102, 1103 Women’s studies, faculty/staff development 1118 Women’s studies, film/video/radio 1056 Women’s studies, minorities 1103 Women’s studies, publication 1056 Women, arts/culture/humanities 186, 198, 208, 309, 418, 526-528, 626, 628, 629, 769-771, 773, 841, 842, 850, 864, 957, 1025-1031, 1036, 1037, 1039, 1048, 1062, 1073, 1112, 1118, 1162, 1214, 1398, 1554, 1738, 1739, 1752-1754, 1810, 1832, 1839, 1840, 1873, 1894, 1944, 1945, 2037, 2050, 2124, 2125, 2201 Women, civil rights 769-771, 1056, 1088, 1102, 1103, 1112, 1883, 2126 Women, community improvement/development 866 Women, education 526-528, 567, 626, 628, 629, 773, 841, 842, 850, 864, 866, 957, 1025-1031, 1037, 1039, 1056, 1067, 1073, 1088, 1102, 1103, 1112, 1118, 1162, 1214, 1398, 1554, 1738, 1739, 1752-1754, 1810,

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1832, 1839, 1840, 1873, 1894, 1944, 1945, 2050, 2124, 2125, 2201 Women, health—general 1066, 1067, 2050 Women, international affairs/development 567, 1039, 1073 Women, public affairs/government 1048, 1067, 2126

Women, religion 309, 579 Women, social sciences 309, 1036, 1037, 1056, 1088, 1102, 1103, 1112, 1118, 1840, 2050 Yemen, arts/culture/humanities 1236 Youth development, collections management/ preservation 1160

Youth development, information services 483 Youth development, services 483, 1160 Youth, arts/culture/humanities 1226 Youth, community improvement/development 483 Youth, education 483, 1226 Youth, youth development 483

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The following is an alphabetical list of foundations appearing in this volume, including contact information and any geographic restrictions on the foundations’ giving program. A full listing of geographic, program, and type of support limitations is provided with the full listing of each foundation’s grants in Section 1. Foundations publishing annual or periodic reports are also noted in each entry.

Abbott Fund
100 Abbott Park Rd., D379/AP6D Abbott Park, IL 60064-3500 (847) 937-7075 URL: http://www.abbottfund.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Casa Grande, AZ, Alameda, Fairfield, Redwood City, and Santa Clara, CA, Abbott Park, Des Plaines, and North Chicago, IL, Worcester, MA, Sturgis, MI, Columbus, OH, Irving, TX, Barceloneta and Jayuya, PR, Altavista, VA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brockville and Kanata, Canada, Abingdon and Queensborough, England, Delkenheim and Ludwigshafen, Germany, Clonmel, Cootehill, and Sligo, Ireland, Campoverde, Italy, Katsuyama, Japan, and Zwolle, Netherlands.

The Ahmanson Foundation
9215 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90210-5501 (310) 278-0770 E-mail: info@theahmansonfoundation.org; URL: http://www.theahmansonfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA, with emphasis on the Los Angeles area.

342-3085; URL: http:// www.pgafamilyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Pacific Northwest, including AK, ID, MT, OR and WA.

The Allstate Foundation
2775 Sanders Rd., Ste. F4 Northbrook, IL 60062-6127 (847) 402-5502 FAX: (847) 326-7517; E-mail: allfound@allstate.com; Additional Tel.: (847) 402-2794; URL: http:// www.allstate.com/citizenship/ Allstate-foundation.aspx Limitations: Giving in areas of company operations, in AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, and WY; giving also to regional and national organizations.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Alabama Power Foundation, Inc.
600 N. 18th St. P.O. Box 2641 Birmingham, AL 35291-0011 FAX: (205) 257-1860; URL: http:// www.alabamapower.com/foundation/home.asp Limitations: Giving limited to areas of company operations in central and south AL.

The Achelis Foundation
767 3rd Ave., 4th Fl. New York, NY 10017-9029 (212) 644-0322 FAX: (212) 759-6510; E-mail: main@achelis-bodman-fnds.org; URL: http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/ achelis-bodman/ Limitations: Giving primarily in the New York, NY, area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Alcoa Foundation
Alcoa Corporate Ctr. 201 Isabella St. Pittsburgh, PA 15212-5858 (412) 553-2348 E-mail: alcoafoundation@alcoa.com; URL: http:// www.alcoa.com/global/en/community/ foundation.asp Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Pittsburgh, PA, Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Mexico, and South America; giving also to national and international organizations.

The Herb Alpert Foundation
c/o Rona Sebastian, Pres. 1414 6th St. Santa Monica, CA 90401-2510 URL: http://www.herbalpertfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis, with an emphasis on Los Angeles, CA.

Aetna Foundation, Inc.
151 Farmington Ave., RC31 Hartford, CT 06156-3180 (860) 273-6382 FAX: (860) 273-4764; E-mail: aetnafoundation@aetna.com; Additional E-mail for Lynn B. Ferdman: ferdmanl@aetna.com; Contact for Regional Community Health Grants Program: (860) 273-6747; URL: http://www.aetna.com/ foundation Limitations: Giving primarily in AZ, CA, CO, CT, Washington, DC, FL, GA, IL, MA, MI, NJ, NY, NC, OH, PA, TX, VA, and WA.

Alphawood Foundation
2451 N. Lincoln Ave., Ste. 205 Chicago, IL 60614-2422 (773) 477-8984 FAX: (773) 477-9019; E-mail: info@alphawoodfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan Chicago, IL, area and northwestern IN.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Frances Alexander Foundation
c/o WTAS 452 5th Ave., 23rd Fl. New York, NY 10018-2706 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY; some funding also in MA.

Amarillo Area Foundation, Inc.
801 S. Fillmore, Ste. 700 Amarillo, TX 79101-3537 (806) 376-4521 FAX: (806) 373-3656; E-mail: haf@aaf-hf.org; Additional tel.: (806) 373-8353; Additional E-mail: kathie@aaf-hf.org; URL: http:// www.amarilloareafoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle region.

The Aflac Foundation, Inc.
1932 Wynnton Rd. Columbus, GA 31999-0001 FAX: (706) 320-2288; E-mail: fmedley@aflac.com; Additional E-mail: corporatephilanthropy@aflac.com; URL: http:// www.aflac.com/us/en/aboutaflac/ communityinvolvement.aspx Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on the greater Atlanta, GA, area.

The Allbritton Foundation
5615 Kirby Dr., Ste. 650 Houston, TX 77005-2460 Limitations: Giving on a national basis, including national organizations in New York, NY, and the greater metropolitan Washington, DC, area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

American Express Foundation
World Financial Ctr. 200 Vesey St., 48th Fl. New York, NY 10285-4804 (212) 640-5661 FAX: (212) 640-5661; URL: http:// home3.americanexpress.com/corp/ giving_back.asp Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis primarily in areas of company operations,

The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
505 5th Ave. S, Ste. 900 Seattle, WA 98104-3821 (206) 342-2030 FAX: (206) 342-3030; E-mail: info@pgafamilyfoundation.org; Additional contact inf. for Lisa Arnold, e-mail: lisaa@pgafamilyfoundation.org, fax: (206)

Ahmanson Charitable Community Trust
2699 White Rd., Ste. 101 Irvine, CA 92614-6258

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including in Asia, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, and Latin America, with emphasis on Phoenix, AZ, CA, Washington, DC, southern FL, MN, New York, NY, Greensboro, NC, Salt Lake City, UT, and VA.

Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations.

Mailing address: c/o David H. Strassler, P.O. Box 750, Great Barrington, MA 01230 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA.

Atherton Family Foundation
c/o Hawaii Community Foundation 1164 Bishop St., Ste. 800 Honolulu, HI 96813-2817 (808) 537-6333 FAX: (808) 521-6286; E-mail: Foundations@hcf-hawaii.org; Additional tel.: (888) 731-3863 (Hawaii and neighbor islands only); URL: http:// www.athertonfamilyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to HI; student aid for HI residents only.

The Baruch Fund
c/o Richard U. Puryear, CPA 82 Old Pasture Way Hendersonville, NC 28739-3133 Application address: c/o Jordan J. Baruch, 5630 Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 905, Chevy Chase, MD 20815 Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MA, MD, NJ, and NY.

The Peyton Anderson Foundation, Inc.
577 Mulberry St., Ste. 830 Macon, GA 31201-8223 (478) 743-5359 FAX: (478) 742-5201; E-mail: grants@peytonanderson.org; E-mail (for Juanita T. Jordan, Exec. Dir.): jtjordan@pafdn.org; URL: http://www.peytonanderson.org/ Limitations: Giving limited to Bibb County and Macon, GA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Baton Rouge Area Foundation
402 N. 4th St. Baton Rouge, LA 70802-5506 (225) 387-6126 FAX: (225) 387-6153; E-mail: jdavies@braf.org; Additional tel.: (877) 387-6126; Grant information E-mail: grantmaking@braf.org; URL: http://www.braf.org Limitations: Giving limited to the Baton Rouge, LA, area, including East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, Livingston, Ascension, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, East Feliciana, and West Feliciana parishes.

The Annenberg Foundation
2000 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 1000 Los Angeles, CA 90067-4704 (310) 209-4560 FAX: (310) 209-1631; E-mail: info@annenbergfoundation.org; Pennsylvania Address: Radnor Financial Ctr., Ste. A-200, 150 N. Radnor-Chester Rd., Radnor, PA 19087-5252, tel.: (610) 341-9066, fax: (610) 964-8688; E-mail for letters of request: requests@annenbergfoundation.org; URL: http://www.annenbergfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA; some grants to countries in Europe, Africa and Asia.

Avenir Foundation, Inc.
215 Union Blvd. Ste. 300 Lakewood, CO 80228-1841 (303) 232-2262 Limitations: Giving primarily in CO, as well as in Vienna, Austria.

Babbitt Family Charitable Trust
c/o Davis & Graber 150 E. 58th St., 22nd Fl. New York, NY 10155-0002 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Aon Foundation
200 East Randolph St. Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 381-3549 Application address: 200 E. Randolph St., Chicago, IL 60601; URL: http://www.aon.com/usa/ about-aon/community-involvement.jsp Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Chicago, IL.

Helen Bader Foundation, Inc.
233 N. Water St., 4th Fl. Milwaukee, WI 53202-5729 (414) 224-6464 FAX: (414) 224-1441; E-mail: info@hbf.org; URL: http://www.hbf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Milwaukee, WI, area for education and economic development; giving locally and nationally for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia; giving in Israel for early childhood development. PRI emphasis is Milwaukee.

Bauman Family Foundation, Inc.
c/o Jewett House 2040 S St. N.W. Washington, DC 20009-1110 (202) 328-2040 Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, and New York, NY.

The J. L. Bedsole Foundation
P.O. Box 1137 Mobile, AL 36633-1137 (251) 432-3369 FAX: (251) 432-1134; E-mail: info@jlbedsolefoundation.org; URL: http://www.jlbedsolefoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to Mobile, Baldwin, Clarke, Monroe, and Washington counties, AL.

Aratani Foundation
23505 Crenshaw Blvd., No. 230 Torrance, CA 90505-5223 Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Baltimore Community Foundation
2 E. Read St., 9th Fl. Baltimore, MD 21202-6903 (410) 332-4171 FAX: (410) 837-4701; E-mail: questions@bcf.org; Additional E-mail: asamples@bcf.org; Grant application E-mail: grants@bcf.org; URL: http:// www.bcf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, MD.

The Arca Foundation
1308 19th St. N.W. Washington, DC 20036-1602 FAX: (202) 785-1446; E-mail: grants@arcafoundation.org; URL: http:// www.arcafoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Bruce & Polly Behrens Foundation, Inc.
7506 L’ Hirondelle Club Rd. Ruxton, MD 21204-6417 Limitations: Giving primarily in Baltimore, MD.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The David Berg Foundation, Inc.
16 E. 73rd St., Ste. 1R New York, NY 10021-4129 (212) 517-8634 FAX: (212) 517-8636; E-mail: mtocci@bergfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Argosy Foundation
555 E. Wells St., Ste. 1650 Milwaukee, WI 53202-3819 E-mail: info@argosyfnd.org; Tel./Fax: (414) 721-0021; URL: http://www.argosyfnd.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily to CO, MA, VT and WI.

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.
401 S. Tryon St., NC1-021-02-20 Charlotte, NC 28255-0001 (800) 218-9946 URL: http://www.bankofamerica.com/foundation/ index.cfm?template=fd_funding Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving also in London, United Kingdom.

The Berlind Foundation
c/o Michael Schwartzbard & Assocs. 100 Eagle Rock Ave., Ste. 200 East Hanover, NJ 07936-3149 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Assisi Foundation of Memphis, Inc.
515 Erin Dr. Memphis, TN 38117-4211 E-mail: jyoung@assisifoundation.org; URL: http:// www.assisifoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in Memphis and Shelby County, TN.

Bankhead Foundation
P.O. Box 2385 Jasper, AL 35502-2385 Limitations: Giving primarily in AL.

The Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation
1150 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Ste. 101 Allentown, PA 18103-7937 FAX: (610) 437-1435; E-mail: pmbfound@ptd.net Limitations: Giving limited to CA, eastern PA and Israel.

The Barnett Family Foundation, Inc.
6742 S. Evanston Ave. Tulsa, OK 74136-4509 Limitations: Giving primarily in Tulsa, OK.

AT&T Foundation
208 S. Akard, Ste. 100 Dallas, TX 75202 FAX: (210) 351-2599; Additional tels.: (800) 591-9663, (210) 351-5259; URL: http:// att.sbc.com/gen/corporate-citizenship? pid=7736

J. Walton Bissell Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 370067 West Hartford, CT 06137-0067 (860) 586-8201 Limitations: Giving primarily in the Connecticut River Valley area, with emphasis on the greater Hartford, CT, area.

The Greater Barrington Foundation, Inc.
7-11 S. Broadway, Ste. 200 White Plains, NY 10601-3520

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The Blandin Foundation
100 N. Pokegama Ave. Grand Rapids, MN 55744-2739 (218) 326-0523 FAX: (218) 327-1949; E-mail: bfinfo@blandinfoundation.org; Additional tel.: (877) 882-2257; URL: http:// www.blandinfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to rural areas of MN; scholarships limited to graduates of an Itasca County, Hill City, or Remer, Blackduck, Northome, MN, high school, Northern Lights Community School, and Chief Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig Schools in MN.

B. H. Breslauer Foundation, Inc.
350 5th Ave., Ste. 7210 New York, NY 10118-7210 (212) 695-9043 FAX: (212) 279-8991; E-mail: bhbreslauerfdn@att.net Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

FAX: (651) 297-6485; E-mail: newdirection@bushfoundation.org; Fellowship programs URL: http:// www.bushfellows.org; URL: http:// www.bushfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in MN, ND, and SD.

The Deborah Loeb Brice Foundation
c/o Levin Capital Strategies, LP 595 Madison Ave., 17th Fl. New York, NY 10022-1907 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

The Gilbert & Ildiko Butler Conservation Fund, Inc.
c/o Butler Capital Corp. 745 5th Ave., Ste. 1702 New York, NY 10151-1706 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, ME, NY, SC, and VA; giving also to national organizations.

Blum-Kovler Foundation
875 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 3400 Chicago, IL 60611-1958 (312) 664-5050 Limitations: Giving primarily in the Chicago, IL, area.

The Jessica E. Smith and Kevin R. Brine Charitable Trust
c/o Kevin R. Brine, Tr. 50 Hill St., No. 243 Southampton, NY 11968-5317 E-mail: krbrine@gmail.com Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

The Robert G. Cabell III and Maude Morgan Cabell Foundation
901 E. Cary St., Ste. 1402 Richmond, VA 23219-4037 (804) 780-2050 FAX: (804) 780-2198; E-mail: Cabell.foundation@gmail.com Limitations: Giving limited to VA with emphasis in the Metro Richmond region.

Booth Ferris Foundation
c/o JPMorgan Private Bank, Philanthropic Svcs., attn: Ed Jones 345 Park Ave., 4th Fl., NY1-N040 New York, NY 10154-0004 (212) 464-2487 FAX: (212) 464-2305; E-mail for Connie Brandeis: connie.a.brandeis@jpmorgan.com; URL: http:// foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/boothferris/ Limitations: Giving limited to the New York, NY, metropolitan area for the arts, K-12 education, and civic and urban affairs; a broader geographic scope for higher education.

Brooklyn Community Foundation
45 Main St., Ste. 409 Brooklyn, NY 11201-1093 (718) 722-2300 FAX: (718) 722-5757; E-mail: info@brooklyncommunityfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.brooklyncommunityfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving limited to Brooklyn, NY.

The Cahnman Foundation, Inc.
c/o Brown Rudnick 7 Times Sq., 47th Fl. New York, NY 10036-6536 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Brown Foundation, Inc.
2217 Welch Ave. Houston, TX 77019-5617 (713) 523-6867 FAX: (713) 523-2917; E-mail: bfi@brownfoundation.org; Application address: P.O. Box 130646, Houston, TX 77219-0646; URL: http:// www.brownfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in TX, with emphasis on Houston.

The Cannon Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 548 Concord, NC 28026-0548 (704) 786-8216 FAX: (704) 782-2812; E-mail: info@cannonfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.cannonfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in NC.

The Booth-Bricker Fund
826 Union St., Ste. 300 New Orleans, LA 70112-1411 (504) 581-2430 Limitations: Giving primarily in New Orleans, LA.

William Boss Foundation
5858 Centerville Rd. St. Paul, MN 55127-6804 (651) 653-0599 Limitations: Giving primarily in the Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN, metropolitan area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
333 S. Hope St. Los Angeles, CA 90071-1406 URL: http://www.capgroup.com/about_us/ charitable_programs.html Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on CA, NY, Indonesia, Mexico, Pakistan, and Russia.

Joe W. & Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation
c/o The Brown Foundation Center 320 Hammond Hwy., Ste. 500 Metairie, LA 70005-5100 (504) 834-3433 FAX: (504) 834-3441; E-mail: BethBuscher@thebrownfoundation.org; Additional e-mail: MaryCalabrese@thebrownfoundation.org. Service Learning Program address: 320 Hammond Hwy., Ste. 502, Metairie, LA 70005, tel.: (504) 834-3433, ext. 215, e-mail: tinabouzon@thebrownfoundation.org, or tel.: (504) 834-3433, ext. 210, e-mail: barbaragasdaglis@thebrownfoundation.org; URL: http://www.thebrownfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to southern LA and the New Orleans area, and the Gulf Coast of MS.

Harlan Boss Foundation for the Arts
c/o W. Andrew Boss 332 Minnesota St., Ste. 2200 St. Paul, MN 55101-1385 Limitations: Giving primarily in Ramsey County, MN.

Capital One Foundation
1680 Capital One Dr. McLean, VA 22102-3407 (804) 284-2118 E-mail: communityaffairs@capitalone.com Limitations: Giving in greater New Orleans, LA, northern and central NJ, New York City and Long Island, NY, the greater Dallas and Houston, TX, areas, and Fairfax County, VA; giving also to national organizations.

Helen Brach Foundation
55 W. Wacker Dr., Ste. 701 Chicago, IL 60601-1609 Limitations: Giving primarily in the Midwest, and CA, MA, OH, PA and SC. No grants outside continental U.S.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Inc.
1241 N. Franklin Pl. Milwaukee, WI 53202-2901 (414) 291-9915 FAX: (414) 291-9991; URL: http:// www.bradleyfdn.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Milwaukee, WI; giving also on a national and international basis.

Carnegie Corporation of New York W. L. Lyons Brown, Jr. Charitable Foundation
320 Whittington Pkwy., Ste. 206 Louisville, KY 40222-4918 437 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022-7003 (212) 371-3200 FAX: (212) 754-4073; URL: http://www.carnegie.org Limitations: Giving primarily for U.S. projects, although some grants are made to selected countries in Sub-Saharan Africa through the International Development Program.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Bullitt Foundation
1212 Minor Ave. Seattle, WA 98101-2825 (206) 343-0807 FAX: (206) 343-0822; E-mail: info@bullitt.org; URL: http://www.bullitt.org Limitations: Giving in the Pacific Northwest including AK, OR, WA, and British Columbia; giving also in ID and MT.

The Bradley Foundation
1672 Main St., Ste. E-364 Ramona, CA 92065-5257 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with emphasis on San Diego; some funding nationally.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

E. Rhodes & Leona B. Carpenter Foundation
1735 Market St., Ste. 3420 Philadelphia, PA 19103-2921 (215) 979-3222 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, NC, NY, PA, TX, and Richmond, VA (for performing arts only).

The Mary Bremer Foundation
P.O. Box 6451 Incline Village, NV 89450-6451 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

Bush Foundation
332 Minnesota St., Ste. E-900 St. Paul, MN 55101-1314 (651) 227-0891

The Carson Family Charitable Trust
c/o Bank of America, N.A.

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One Bryant Park, NY 1-100-28-05 New York, NY 10036-6715 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Chartwell Charitable Foundation
1999 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 3050 Los Angeles, CA 90067-4613 (310) 556-7600 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY.

Amon G. Carter Foundation
201 Main St., Ste. 1945 Fort Worth, TX 76102-3114 (817) 332-2783 FAX: (817) 332-2787; E-mail: jrobinson@agcf.org; Application address: P.O. Box 1036, Fort Worth, TX 76101; URL: http://www.agcf.org/ Limitations: Giving largely restricted to Fort Worth and Tarrant County, TX.

New York, NY 10022-6211 E-mail: citigroupfoundation@citigroup.com; URL: http://www.citifoundation.com Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, limited to areas of company operations.

The Rhoda & David Chase Family Foundation, Inc.
c/o Chase Enterprises, Inc. Goodwin Sq., 225 Asylum St. Hartford, CT 06103-1516 (860) 549-1674 Limitations: Giving primarily in West Hartford, CT; some giving nationally.

Citizens Charitable Foundation
53 State St., 8th Fl. Boston, MA 02109-2802 URL: http://www.citizensbank.com/community/ corporate/grants.aspx Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on CT, DE, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, and VT.

The Annie E. Casey Foundation
701 St. Paul St. Baltimore, MD 21202-2311 (410) 547-6600 FAX: (410) 547-6624; E-mail: webmail@aecf.org; URL: http://www.aecf.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis, with emphasis on the ten sites that consist of the Making Connections initiative, as well as the foundation civic sites in Baltimore, MD, New Haven, CT, and Atlanta, GA.

M. A. Chisholm Charitable Trust
P.O. Box 1802 Providence, RI 02901-1802 Limitations: Giving primarily in MS and NY.

Claneil Foundation, Inc.
2250 Hickory Rd., Ste. 450 Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462-1074 (610) 941-1136 E-mail: cweiss@claneil.com; URL: http:// www.claneil.org Limitations: Giving primarily in southeastern PA, with emphasis on Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties.

The Chisholm Foundation
310 N. Magnolia St., Ste. 201 Laurel, MS 39440-3932 (601) 426-3378 FAX: (601) 649-2264; E-mail: info@chisholmfoundation.org; URL: http://www.chisholmfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in MS, New York, NY, and WA.

Harold K. L. Castle Foundation
146 Hekili St., Ste. 203 Kailua, HI 96734-2835 (808) 263-7073 FAX: (808) 262-6918; Contact inf. for E. N. Murph, e-mail: bmurph@castlefoundation.org; URL: http://www.castlefoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to HI with priority given to Windward Oahu.

Clark-Winchcole Foundation
3 Bethesda Metro Ctr., Ste. 550 Bethesda, MD 20814-5358 (301) 654-3607 Limitations: Giving primarily in the Washington, DC, area.

The Christensen Fund
394 University Ave. Palo Alto, CA 94301-1715 (650) 323-8700 FAX: (650) 462-8602; E-mail: info@christensenfund.org; URL: http:// www.christensenfund.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Southwest (Four Corners region), northern Mexico (including the Colorado Plateau and Delta, the Pueblo and Hispanic communities of the Rio Arriba/Rio Grande, the Sonoran Desert on both sides of the Mexican-U.S. border and east of the Colorado River, and the Sierra Tarahumara Montane West), Central Asia (the mountains and associated valleys of northeastern Turkey, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Tajikistan), the Rift Valley (especially southwest Ethiopia and adjacent areas of northern Kenya) and Northern Australia (especially Arhem Land, Far Northern Queensland, and the Kimberley and Torres Strait Islands).

The Cleveland Foundation
1422 Euclid Ave., Ste. 1300 Cleveland, OH 44115-2001 (216) 861-3810 FAX: (216) 861-1729; E-mail: grantsmgmt@clevefdn.org; TTY: (216) 861-3810; URL: http:// www.clevelandfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Cleveland, OH, area, with primary emphasis on Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Lake, and Geauga counties, unless specified by donor.

Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation
Pacific Guardian Ctr., Makai Twr. 733 Bishop St., Ste. 1275 Honolulu, HI 96813-4019 (808) 522-1101 FAX: (802) 522-1103; E-mail: snandmarycastle@hawaii.rr.com; URL: http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/ castle/ Limitations: Giving generally limited to HI.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Central New York Community Foundation, Inc.
500 S. Salina St., Ste. 428 Syracuse, NY 13202-3386 (315) 422-9538 FAX: (315) 471-6031; E-mail: peter@cnycf.org; URL: http://www.cnycf.org Limitations: Giving limited to Onondaga and Madison counties, NY.

The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc.
c/o Grants Admin. P.O. Box 1734 Atlanta, GA 30301-1734 (404) 676-2568 FAX: (404) 676-8804; E-mail: cocacolacommunityrequest@na.ko.com; URL: http://www2.coca-cola.com/citizenship/ foundation_coke.html Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Washington, DC, GA, NY, VA, WA, Colombia, Japan, Philippines, and Swaziland.

The Chutney Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 8688 Missoula, MT 59807-8688 (406) 721-7737 Limitations: Giving limited to the upper Blackfoot Valley area of western MT.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Champlin Foundations
300 Centerville Rd., Ste. 300S Warwick, RI 02886-0226 (401) 736-0370 FAX: (401) 736-7248; URL: http:// www.foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/ champlin Limitations: Giving primarily in RI.

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
200 W. 4th St. Cincinnati, OH 45202-2602 (513) 241-2880 FAX: (513) 852-6886; E-mail: info@greatercincinnatifdn.org; Grant application E-mail: penningtonk@greatercincinnatifdn.org; URL: http://www.greatercincinnatifdn.org Limitations: Giving limited to southeastern IN, northern KY, and the greater Cincinnati, OH area.

The George W. Codrington Charitable Foundation
Key Center, 39th Fl. 127 Public Sq. Cleveland, OH 44114-1291 Limitations: Giving limited to Cuyahoga County, OH, and the surrounding area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

H. A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust
1 Warren Pl., Ste. 1816 6100 S. Yale Tulsa, OK 74136-1923 (918) 496-7882 FAX: (918) 496-7887; E-mail: grants@chapmantrusts.com; URL: http:// www.chapmantrusts.org Limitations: Giving primarily in OK.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Circle of Service Foundation
P.O. Box 8529 Northfield, IL 60093-8529 E-mail: adam@circleofservicefoundation.org; URL: http://www.circleofservicefoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Cook and Lake counties, IL, with funding also in Chicago.

Colcom Foundation
2 Gateway Ctr., Ste. 1800 Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1442 (412) 765-2400 E-mail: contact@colcomfdn.org; Tel. for general questions: (412) 765-2400; URL: http:// www.colcomfdn.org/ Limitations: Giving nationally in the areas of population and immigration, regionally for the environment and conservation, and locally (Pittsburgh, PA) for community and economic development.

Charina Foundation, Inc.
85 Broad St. New York, NY 10004-2434 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Citi Foundation
425 Park Ave., 2nd. Fl.

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Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Carol & James Collins Foundation
6101 W. Centinela Ave., Ste. 100 Culver City, CA 90230-6337 E-mail: cathy@jamesacollins.com Limitations: Giving limited to southern CA.

New Haven, CT 06510-9755 (203) 777-2386 FAX: (203) 787-6584; E-mail: contactus@cfgnh.org; URL: http://www.cfgnh.org Limitations: Giving primarily in greater New Haven, CT, and the lower Naugatuck River Valley.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Community Foundation for Monterey County
2354 Garden Rd. Monterey, CA 93940-5326 (831) 375-9712 FAX: (831) 375-4731; E-mail: info@cfmco.org; Additional Address: 945 S. Main St., Ste. 207, Salinas, CA 93901; Additional E-mails: jackie@cfmco.org and jeff@cfmco.org; URL: http://www.cfmco.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Monterey County, CA.

Memphis, TN 38104-4029 (901) 728-4600 FAX: (901) 722-0010; E-mail: rfockler@cfgm.org; Tel. for scholarships: (901) 722-0054; E-mail for grants and scholarships: mwolowicz@cfgm.org; URL: http://www.cfgm.org Limitations: Giving limited to Crittenden County, AR, DeSoto, Marshall, Tate, and Tunica counties, MS, and Fayette, Shelby, and Tipton counties, TN.

The Collins Foundation
1618 S.W. 1st Ave., Ste. 505 Portland, OR 97201-5706 (503) 227-7171 FAX: (503) 295-3794; E-mail: information@collinsfoundation.org; URL: http://www.collinsfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to OR, with emphasis on Portland.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Community Foundation of Louisville, Inc.
Waterfront Plz. Bldg. 325 W. Main St., Ste. 1110 Louisville, KY 40202-4251 (502) 585-4649 FAX: (502) 587-7484; E-mail: info@cflouisville.org; Grant application e-mail: alexs@cflouisville.org; URL: http://www.cflouisville.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Louisville and Jefferson County, KY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Columbus Foundation and Affiliated Organizations
1234 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH 43205-1453 (614) 251-4000 FAX: (614) 251-4009; E-mail: tcfinfo@columbusfoundation.org; Additional E-mail: rbiddisc@columbusfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.columbusfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to central OH.

Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Inc.
700 S. Dixie Hwy., Ste. 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401-5854 (561) 659-6800 FAX: (561) 832-6542; E-mail: info@cfpbmc.org; Additional tel.: (888) 853-4438; URL: http:// www.yourcommunityfoundation.org Additional URL: http://www.cfpbmc.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Palm Beach and Martin counties, FL.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County, Inc.
214 E. Main St. P.O. Box 306 Madison, IN 47250-0306 (812) 265-3327 FAX: (812) 273-0181; E-mail: jeffcom@cfmjc.org; URL: http://www.cfmjc.org Limitations: Giving limited to Jefferson County, IN.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Comcast Foundation
c/o Exec. Dir. 1 Comcast Ctr., 48th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19103-2838 (215) 286-1700 E-mail for Scholarship Program Administrators: comcast@spaprog.com; URL: http:// www.comcast.com/corporate/about/ inthecommunity/foundation/ comcastfoundation.html Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations.

The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
1201 15th St. N.W., Ste. 420 Washington, DC 20005-2842 (202) 955-5890 FAX: (202) 955-8084; E-mail: tfreeman@cfncr.org; Tel. for grant applications: (202) 955-5890, ext. 119; E-mail for grant applications: areid@cfncr.org; URL: http://www.cfncr.org Limitations: Giving limited to the Washington, DC, Prince George’s and Montgomery counties, MD, and northern VA.

The Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County
2425 Porter St., Ste. 17 Soquel, CA 95073-2453 (831) 477-0800 FAX: (831) 477-0991; E-mail: cfhelp@cfscc.org; Additional E-mails: lance@cfscc.org and christina@cfscc.org; Grant application E-mail: grants@cfscc.org; URL: http://www.cfscc.org Limitations: Giving limited to Santa Cruz County, CA.

The Commonwealth Fund
1 E. 75th St. New York, NY 10021-2692 (212) 606-3800 FAX: (212) 606-3500; E-mail: info@cmwf.org; E-mail for questions from grant applicants: grants@cmwf.org; URL: http:// www.commonwealthfund.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Community Foundation of Broward
1401 E. Broward Blvd., Ste. 100 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-2116 (954) 761-9503 FAX: (954) 761-7102; E-mail: lcarter@cfbroward.org; Tel. for Sheri Brown: (954) 761-9503, ext. 103; Grant application E-mail: sbrown@cfbroward.org; URL: http://www.cfbroward.org Limitations: Giving limited to Broward County, FL.

Compass Bank Foundation
P.O. Box 10566, M.C. Birmingham, AL 35296-0002 (205) 297-3464 Application address: 15 S. 20th St., Birmingham, AL 35233, tel.: (205) 297-3960; URL: http:// www.compassbank.com/careers/ community.cfm Limitations: Giving primarily in AL, AZ, CO, FL, NM, and TX.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc.
5500 Caruth Haven Ln. Dallas, TX 75225-8146 (214) 750-4222 FAX: (214) 750-4210; E-mail: info@cftexas.org; Additional E-mail: jcook@cftexas.org; Grant inquiry E-mail: grants@cftexas.org; URL: http:// www.cftexas.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Dallas, TX, area (for grants from unrestricted funds).

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Community Foundation of Greater Jackson
525 E. Capitol St., Ste. 5B Jackson, MS 39201-2702 (601) 974-6044 FAX: (601) 974-6045; E-mail: info@cfgreaterjackson.org; URL: http:// www.cfgreaterjackson.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Hinds, Madison, and Rankin counties, MS.

Compton Foundation, Inc.
255 Shoreline Dr., Ste. 540 Redwood City, CA 94065-1444 (650) 508-1181 FAX: (650) 508-1191; URL: http:// www.comptonfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on an international basis to U.S.-based organizations for projects in Mexico, Central America, and Sub-Saharan Africa and on a national basis for programs in peace and population and the environment. Other funding limited to areas where board members reside: primarily San Francisco, Marin, and Santa Clara counties, CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc.
50 Hurt Plz., Ste. 449 Atlanta, GA 30303-2915 (404) 688-5525 FAX: (404) 688-3060; E-mail: info@atlcf.org; URL: http://www.atlcf.org Limitations: Giving limited to the 23-county metropolitan area of Atlanta, GA.

The Community Foundation of Greater Lakeland, Inc.
1501 S. Florida Ave. Lakeland, FL 33803-2258 (863) 683-3131 FAX: (863) 683-5909; E-mail: info@cfgl.org; Additional E-mail: jfitzwater@cfgl.org; URL: http://www.cfgl.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Lakeland, FL, area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Connelly Foundation
1 Tower Bridge, Ste. 1450 West Conshohocken, PA 19428 (610) 834-3222 FAX: (610) 834-0866; E-mail: info@connellyfdn.org; URL: http://www.connellyfdn.org Limitations: Giving in Philadelphia, and surrounding counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery, PA and Camden, NJ.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
70 Audubon St.

Community Foundation of Greater Memphis
1900 Union Ave.

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Cooper Foundation
870 Wells Fargo Ctr. 1248 O St. Lincoln, NE 68508-1493 (402) 476-7571 FAX: (402) 476-2356; E-mail: info@cooperfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.cooperfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving limited to NE, with emphasis on Lincoln and Lancaster County.

Limitations: Giving primarily in DE, with emphasis on Wilmington.

Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
60 Wall St., NYC60-2112 New York, NY 10005-2858 (212) 250-0555 URL: http://www.community.db.com/htm/ db_americas_foundation.html Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations with emphasis on NY, Canada, and Latin America.

Lewis B. & Dorothy Cullman Foundation, Inc.
c/o Lewis B. Cullman 767 3rd Ave., 36th Fl. New York, NY 10017-2023 (212) 751-6655 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Mary S. & David C. Corbin Foundation
910 Key Bldg. 159 S. Main St. Akron, OH 44308-1335 (330) 762-6427 FAX: (330) 762-6428; E-mail: corbin@nls.net; URL: http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/ corbin/ Limitations: Giving limited to Akron and Summit County, OH.

The Nathan Cummings Foundation
475 10th Ave., 14th Fl. New York, NY 10018-9715 (212) 787-7300 FAX: (212) 787-7377; E-mail: contact@nathancummings.org; URL: http://www.nathancummings.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S.

Miriam and Arthur Diamond Charitable Trust
c/o Withers Bergman LLP 430 Park Ave., 10th Fl. New York, NY 10022-3505 E-mail: Jay.McDowell@withers.us.com Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY; some funding nationally.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Cummins Foundation The Cord Foundation
418 Flint St. Reno, NV 89501-2008 Limitations: Giving primarily in northern NV and the rural counties of NV. P.O. Box 3005, M.C. 60909 Columbus, IN 47202-3005 (812) 377-3114 FAX: (812) 377-7897; E-mail: Cummins.Foundation@cummins.com; Additional tel.: (812) 377-3746; URL: http:// www.cummins.com/cmi/content.jsp? siteId=1&langId=1033&menuId=82&overviewId =5&anchorId=374&index=0&menuIndex=1 Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Lake Mills, IA, the Columbus and Seymour, IN, areas, Fridley, MN, Jamestown, NY, Rocky Mount, NC, Findlay, OH, Charleston, SC, Cookeville, Memphis, and Nashville, TN, El Paso, TX, Stoughton, WI and in Brazil, China, India, and Mexico; giving also to national organizations.

The DM Foundation
149 E. 63rd St. New York, NY 10065-7405 Limitations: Giving limited to the Northeast, primarily in CT, Washington, DC, MA, NH, NJ, and NY.

Dobkin Family Foundation
c/o BCRS Assocs., LLC 100 Wall St., 11th Fl. New York, NY 10005-3701 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Corning Incorporated Foundation
MP-BH-07 Corning, NY 14831-0001 FAX: (607) 974-4756; E-mail: martinkc@corning.com; URL: http://www.corning.com/about_us/ corporate_citizenship/community/ corning_foundation.aspx Limitations: Giving primarily in Glendale, AZ, Harrodsburg, KY, Kennebunk, ME, Keene, NH, Canton, Fairport, Oneonta, and the greater Corning-Elmira, NY, area, Concord, Hickory, Wilmington, and Winston-Salem, NC, Keller, TX, and Blacksburg, VA; giving also to national and international organizations.

Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
14 Maple Ave. P.O. Box 1239 Morristown, NJ 07962-1239 (973) 540-8442 FAX: (973) 540-1211; E-mail: info@grdodge.org; URL: http://www.grdodge.org Limitations: Giving primarily in NJ, with support for the arts and local humane groups limited to NJ, and support for other local projects limited to the Morristown area; some giving to national organizations for projects in NJ.

Dade Community Foundation, Inc.
200 S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 505 Miami, FL 33131-5330 (305) 371-2711 FAX: (305) 371-5342; E-mail: ruth.shack@dadecommunityfoundation.o rg; Additional E-mails: charisse.grant@dadecommunityfoundation.org and gianne.ewingchow@dadecommunityfoundation.o rg; URL: http:// www.dadecommunityfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to Miami-Dade County, FL.

The Marion Stedman Covington Foundation
P.O. Box 29304 Greensboro, NC 27429-9304 (336) 282-0480 E-mail: asaycock@mscovingtonfoundation.org; URL: http://www.mscovingtonfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in NC.

P. L. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
1351 E. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32308-5107 Application address: c/o Luther Jones, 535 Luenga Ave., Coral Gables, FL 33146 Limitations: Giving primarily in FL.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Cowles Charitable Trust
P.O. Box 219 Rumson, NJ 07760-0219 (732) 936-9826 Limitations: Giving primarily along the Eastern Seaboard, with emphasis on FL and NY.

The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
225 Water St., Ste. 1510 Jacksonville, FL 32202-5185 (904) 359-0670 FAX: (904) 359-0675; E-mail: office@avdf.org; URL: http://www.avdf.org/ Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S., including possessions and territories.

Dodge Jones Foundation
P.O. Box 176 Abilene, TX 79604-0176 (325) 673-6429 Limitations: Giving primarily in Abilene, TX.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Dominion Foundation
501 Martindale St., Ste. 500 Pittsburgh, PA 15212-5835 (412) 690-1430 FAX: (412) 690-7608; Tel. for Dominion Educational Partnership: (800) 730-7217, E-mail: educational_grants@dom.com; Additional tel.: (412) 237-2973; URL: http://www.dom.com/ about/community/ charitable-giving-and-the-dominion-foundation.jsp Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, Christian, Sangamon, and Will County, IL, Lake County, IN, MD, MA, NY, Beaufort, Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Edgecomb, Gates, Granville, Halifax, Hertford, Hyde, Martin, Nash, Northampton, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Roanoke, Tyrell, Warren, Washington, and Weldon, NC, Allen, Ashland, Ashtabula, Auglaize, Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Guernsey, Hardin, Holmes, Knox, Lake, Mahoning, Medina, Mercer, Monroe, Muskingum, Noble, Paulding, Portage, Putman, Shelby, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Washington, Wayne, and Wood County, OH, Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Blair, Bucks,

The James M. Cox Foundation of Georgia, Inc.
c/o Cox Enterprises, Inc. P.O. Box 105357 Atlanta, GA 30348-5720 (678) 645-0000 Limitations: Giving in areas of company operations, with emphasis on FL and Atlanta, GA; giving also to national organizations.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
521 5th Ave., Ste. 1612 New York, NY 10175-1699 (212) 687-0011 FAX: (212) 687-8877; E-mail: info@delmas.org; URL: http://www.delmas.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis to organizations, but only in New York, NY, for performing arts grants; giving for individual research projects conducted in Venice or the Veneto, Italy. Research libraries primarily directed toward European and American letters.

Arie and Ida Crown Memorial
222 N. LaSalle St., Ste. 2000 Chicago, IL 60601-1109 (312) 750-6671 FAX: (312) 984-1499; E-mail: aicm@crown-chicago.com; URL: http:// www.crownmemorial.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in metropolitan Chicago, IL, with some giving in NY.

DeRoy Testamentary Foundation
26999 Central Park Blvd., Ste. 160N Southfield, MI 48076-4174 (248) 827-0920 FAX: (248) 827-0922; E-mail: deroyfdtn@aol.com Limitations: Giving primarily in MI.

Crystal Trust
P.O. Box 39 Montchanin, DE 19710-0039 (302) 651-0533

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Butler, Cambria, Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Crawford, Elk, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Juniata, Lawrence, Mercer, McKean, Potter, Somerset, Tioga, Venango, Washington, and Westmoreland County, PA, RI, VA, WV, and WI.

dsawyer@dupontfund.org (for Davena Sawyer); URL: http://www.dupontfund.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in the South, especially DE, FL, and VA.

The Eliasberg Family Foundation, Inc.
7 St. Paul St., Ste. 710 Baltimore, MD 21202-1687 (410) 752-7100 Limitations: Giving primarily in Baltimore, MD.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
35 E. Wacker Dr., Ste. 2600 Chicago, IL 60601-2102 (312) 977-2700 FAX: (312) 977-1686; E-mail: gddf@gddf.org; URL: http://www.gddf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Chicago, IL, area and in the Lowcountry area of SC.

Dyson Foundation
25 Halcyon Rd. Millbrook, NY 12545-6137 (845) 677-0644 FAX: (845) 677-0650; E-mail: info@dyson.org; URL: http://www.dysonfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Dutchess County, NY, and organizations providing services in Dutchess County; limited grants to other Mid-Hudson Valley counties (Columbia, Greene, Orange, Putnam and Ulster counties). National and other grants on a solicited basis.

The Lois & Richard England Family Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 341077 Bethesda, MD 20827-1077 (301) 657-7737 FAX: (301) 657-7738; E-mail: englandfamilyfdn@verizon.net; E-mail for Monica Smith: monicasmith.eff@verizon.net; URL: http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/ england/ Limitations: Giving primarily in the Washington, DC, area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The William H. Donner Foundation
60 E. 42nd St., Ste. 1560 New York, NY 10165-1520 (212) 949-0404 FAX: (212) 949-6022; E-mail: dfeeney@donner.org; Additional tel.: (212) 949-5213; URL: http:// www.donner.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, CO Washington, DC and NY, with some giving in VA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation
600 Corporate Park Dr. St. Louis, MO 63105-4204 FAX: (314) 512-4754; URL: http:// aboutus.enterprise.com/what_we_believe/ our_foundation.html Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations, with emphasis on CA, MO, NE, TX, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Earhart Foundation
2200 Green Rd., Ste. H Ann Arbor, MI 48105-1569 (734) 761-8592 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Dorot Foundation
439 Benefit St. Providence, RI 02903-2934 (401) 351-8866 FAX: (401) 351-4975; E-mail: info@dorot.org; URL: http://www.dorot.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MA, NY, and Israel.

George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation
79 S. Main St., 12th Fl. Salt Lake City, UT 84111-1929 (801) 246-5340 FAX: (801) 350-3510; E-mail: gseg@gseccles.org; URL: http://www.gsecclesfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the intermountain area, particularly UT.

The Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Inc.
5454 Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 1205 Chevy Chase, MD 20815-6934 (301) 913-5990 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation
1018 W. Main St. Midland, MI 48640-4292 (989) 631-3699 FAX: (989) 631-0675; E-mail: info@hhdowfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.hhdowfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to MI, with emphasis on Midland County.

Eden Hall Foundation
600 Grant St., Ste. 3232 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2713 (412) 642-6697 FAX: (412) 642-6698; URL: http:// www.edenhallfdn.org Limitations: Giving limited to southwestern PA.

Feintech Family Foundation
321 S. Beverly Dr., Ste. K Beverly Hills, CA 90212-4303 Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA.

Fidelity Foundation
82 Devonshire St., S2 Boston, MA 02109-3614 (617) 563-6806 URL: http://www.fidelityfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, including Jacksonville, FL, northern KY, Boston and Marlborough, MA, Merrimack, NH, Jersey City, NJ, lower Manhattan, NY, Durham and Raleigh, NC, Cincinnati, OH, Smithfield, RI, Dallas, Fort Worth, and northern TX, Salt Lake City, UT, and Toronto, Canada; giving also to regional and national organizations.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Educational Foundation of America
35 Church Ln. Westport, CT 06880-3515 (203) 226-6498 E-mail: efa@efaw.org; Letter of inquiry e-mail: loi@efaw.org; URL: http://www.efaw.org Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S.

The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
203 N. Wabash Ave., Ste. 1800 Chicago, IL 60601-2417 (312) 641-5772 FAX: (312) 641-5736; E-mail: driehausfoundation@ameritech.net; URL: http://www.driehausfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Chicago, IL, area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Eisner Foundation, Inc.
233 South Beverly Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90212-3896 FAX: (310) 777-3644; E-mail: info@eisnerfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.eisnerfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to Los Angeles County CA.

Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
650 5th Ave., 19th Fl. New York, NY 10019-6108 (212) 974-7000 FAX: (212) 974-7590; Additional tel.: (212) 974-7100; URL: http://www.ddcf.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Jerry and Nanette Finger Foundation
520 Post Oak Blvd., Ste. 750 Houston, TX 77027-9409 Limitations: Giving primarily in Aspen, CO, and Houston, TX.

El Paso Community Foundation
123 West Mills, Ste. 520 P.O. Box 272 El Paso, TX 79901 (915) 533-4020 FAX: (915) 532-0716; E-mail: info@epcf.org; URL: http://www.epcf.org Limitations: Giving limited to the El Paso, TX region: far west Texas, southern NM, and northern Chihuahua, Mexico.

J. B. Finley Charitable Trust
c/o PNC Bank, N.A. 620 Liberty Ave., 10th Fl. Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2705 (412) 762-7076 Additional address: c/o PNC Bank, N.A., Attn.: Advisors Charitable Trust Committee, 201 E. 5th St., Mail Drop B1-BM01-02-5, Cincinnati, OH 45202-4152; Additional tel.: (513) 651-8463

The Duke Endowment
100 N. Tryon St., Ste. 3500 Charlotte, NC 28202-4012 (704) 376-0291 FAX: (704) 376-9336; E-mail: info@tde.org; E-mail: cperkins@tde.org; URL: http:// www.dukeendowment.org Limitations: Giving limited to NC and SC.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Jessie Ball duPont Fund
1 Independent Dr., Ste. 1400 Jacksonville, FL 32202-5011 (800) 252-3452 FAX: (904) 353-3870; E-mail: contactus@dupontfund.org; Additional tel.: (904) 353-0890; Additional e-mails: smagill@dupontfund.org (for Sherry P. Magill), sdouglass@dupontfund.org (for Sally Douglass), ekingjr.@dupontfund.org (for Edward King), and

El Pomar Foundation
10 Lake Cir. Colorado Springs, CO 80906-4201 (719) 633-7733 FAX: (719) 577-5702; Additional tel.: (800) 554-7711; URL: http://www.elpomar.org Limitations: Giving limited to CO.

Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute, Inc.
201 S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 1310 Miami, FL 33131-4333 (305) 379-7007 FAX: (305) 577-0005; E-mail: ekress@famri.org; URL: http://www.famri.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

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Flora Family Foundation
2121 Sand Hill Rd., Ste. 123 Menlo Park, CA 94025-6909 (650) 233-1335 FAX: (650) 233-1340; E-mail: info@florafamily.org; URL: http://www.florafamily.org

Fremont Area Community Foundation
4424 W. 48th St. P.O. Box B Fremont, MI 49412-8721 (231) 924-5350 FAX: (231) 924-5391; E-mail: info@tfacf.org; Additional fax: (231) 924-7637; Additional E-mails: echerin@tfacf.org and gzerlaut@tfacf.org; URL: http://www.tfacf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Newaygo County, MI.

920-6834, ext. 5; URL: http:// www.generalservice.org Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S., Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.

Georgia Power Foundation, Inc.
241 Ralph McGill Blvd., N.E., Bin 10131 Atlanta, GA 30308-3374 (404) 506-6784 FAX: (404) 506-1485; E-mail: gpfoundation@southernco.com; URL: http://www.georgiapower.com/ community/charitable_home.asp#a Limitations: Giving primarily in GA.

The Ford Foundation
320 E. 43rd St. New York, NY 10017-4801 (212) 573-5000 FAX: (212) 351-3677; E-mail: office-secretary@fordfound.org; URL: http://www.fordfound.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, including the U.S., and some countries in Africa and the Middle East, Asia, Russia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Philip M. Friedmann Family Charitable Trust
2430 N. Lakeview Ave. Chicago, IL 60614-2877 Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL area, and the greater metropolitan Washington, DC, area.

The Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation
1 Embarcadero Ctr., Ste. 1050 San Francisco, CA 94111-3600 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with emphasis on the San Francisco Bay Area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Foundation for Arts Initiatives
770 Broadway, 2nd Fl New York, NY 10003-9557 Limitations: Giving primarily on a national and international basis.

The Fuller Foundation, Inc.
c/o Altman Co. 9255 Sunset Blvd., Ste. 901 Los Angeles, CA 90069-3306 (310) 278-4201 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and New York, NY.

J. Paul Getty Trust
1200 Getty Ctr. Dr., Ste. 800 Los Angeles, CA 90049-1679 (310) 440-7320 FAX: (310) 440-7703; URL: http://www.getty.edu Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on Los Angeles and Southern CA.

Foundation for the Carolinas
217 S. Tryon St. Charlotte, NC 28202-3201 (704) 973-4500 FAX: (704) 973-4599; E-mail: infor@fftc.org; Additional tel.: (800) 973-7244; Additional E-mail: bcollier@fftc.org; URL: http:// www.fftc.org Limitations: Giving primarily to organizations serving the citizens of NC and SC, with emphasis on the greater Charlotte, NC, region.

Robert W. Galvin Foundation
1301 E. Algonquin Rd. Schaumburg, IL 60196-4041 (847) 576-5300 Limitations: Giving primarily in IL, with emphasis on Chicago; some funding nationally.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Gannett Foundation, Inc.
7950 Jones Branch Dr. McLean, VA 22107-0001 FAX: (703) 854-2167; E-mail: foundation@gannett.com; Additional e-mail: gannettfoundation@gannett.com; URL: http://www.gannettfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations, including in the United Kingdom.

Gilder Foundation, Inc.
1775 Broadway New York, NY 10019-1903 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Gill Foundation
2215 Market St. Denver, CO 80205-2026 (303) 292-4455 FAX: (303) 292-2155; E-mail: info@gillfoundation.org; Additional toll free tel.: (888) 530-4455; Additional contact inf. (for Gay & Lesbian Fund for Colorado): 315 E. Costilla St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903, toll free tel.: (800) 964-5643, tel.: (719) 473-4455, FAX: (719) 473-2254, E-mail: info@gayand lesbianfund.org; URL: http:// www.gillfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis to national and state-wide organizations.

Foundation for the Mid South
134 E. Amite St. Jackson, MS 39201-2101 (601) 355-8167 FAX: (601) 355-6499; E-mail: ccrothers@fndmidsouth.org; URL: http:// www.fndmidsouth.org Limitations: Giving limited to AR, LA, and MS.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Gates Family Foundation
3575 Cherry Creek N. Dr., Ste. 100 Denver, CO 80209-3601 (303) 722-1881 FAX: (303) 316-3038; E-mail: info@gatesfamilyfoundation.org; URL: http://www.gatesfamilyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to CO, with emphasis on the Denver area, except for foundation-initiated grants.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Francis Family Foundation
800 W. 47th St., Ste. 717 Kansas City, MO 64112-1249 (816) 531-0077 FAX: (816) 531-8810; E-mail: info@francisfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.francisfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving limited to a 60-mile radius of Kansas City, MO, for educational and arts and cultural institutions, and to the U.S. and Canada for pulmonary fellowships.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Golden Rule Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 658 Camden, ME 04843-0658 E-mail: goldenrule@prexar.com; URL: http:// www.goldrule.org Limitations: Giving primarily in ME.

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
P.O. Box 23350 Seattle, WA 98102-0650 (206) 709-3100 FAX: (206) 709-3180; E-mail: info@gatesfoundation.org; Tel. for grant inquiries: (206) 709-3140; East Coast Office address: P.O. Box 6176, Benjamin Franklin Station, Washington, DC 20044; URL: http:// www.gatesfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis to support initiatives in health, learning, poverty alleviation and development. United States giving has an emphasis on the Pacific Northwest, international giving emphasis is on South America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Freeman Foundation
c/o The Rockefeller Trust Company 30 Rockefeller Plz. New York, NY 10112-0002 (212) 649-5853 Application address: 499 Taber Hill Rd., Stowe, VT 05672 Limitations: Giving primarily in VT for conservation and environment grants; Asian studies grants are awarded nationally.

Max Goldenberg Foundation
c/o Harris Bank, N.A., Tax Division 111 W. Monroe St., 3rd Fl. E. Chicago, IL 60603-4096 (312) 461-2142 Limitations: Giving primarily in IL.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund
1 Daniel Burnham Ct., Ste. 330C San Francisco, CA 94109-5460 FAX: (415) 771-1797; URL: http:// foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/goldman/ Limitations: Giving primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA.

The Ella West Freeman Foundation
P.O. Box 13218 New Orleans, LA 70185-3218 (504) 895-1984 FAX: (504) 895-1988; E-mail: info@ellawest.org; URL: http://www.ellawest.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater New Orleans, LA, area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

General Service Foundation
557 N. Mill St., Ste. 201 Aspen, CO 81611-1513 (970) 920-6834 FAX: (970) 920-4578; E-mail: info@generalservice.org; Additional tel. (for William M. Repplinger, Cont.): (970)

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund
P.O. Box 29924 211 Lincoln Blvd.

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San Francisco, CA 94129-0924 (415) 345-6300 FAX: (415) 345-9686; URL: http:// www.goldmanfund.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, and Israel. Giving nationally and internationally in the areas of population and the environment.

Limitations: Giving limited to George, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Pearl River, and Stone counties, MS.

The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey
60 E. Willow St. 2nd Fl. Millburn, NJ 07041-1438 (973) 921-1210 FAX: (973) 921-1274; E-mail: info@hfnj.org; Additional e-mail (for Robert M. Hyfler): rhyfler@hfnj.org; URL: http://www.hfnj.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in NJ, with emphasis on Newark and Essex, Morris, and Union counties.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Agnes Gund Foundation
c/o Agnes Gund 517 Broadway, 3rd Fl. East Liverpool, OH 43920-3167 (330) 385-3400 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
375 Park Ave., Ste. 1602 New York, NY 10152-1600 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, NY and PA.

William Randolph Hearst Foundation The George Gund Foundation
1845 Guildhall Bldg. 45 Prospect Ave. W. Cleveland, OH 44115-1018 (216) 241-3114 FAX: (216) 241-6560; E-mail: rjaquay@gundfdn.org; URL: http://www.gundfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in northeastern OH and the greater Cleveland, OH, area. Hearst Twrs. 300 W. 57th St., 26th Fl. New York, NY 10019-3741 (212) 586-5404 FAX: (212) 586-1917; Address for applicants from West of the Mississippi: 90 New Montgomery St., Ste. 1212, San Francisco, CA 94105, tel.: (415) 908-4500, fax: (415) 908-4500; URL: http:// www.hearstfdn.org Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S. and its territories.

Gordon Parks Charitable Trust
c/o Genevieve Young 30 Park Ave. New York, NY 10016-3801 Limitations: Giving primarily in Chappaqua, NY.

The Florence Gould Foundation
c/o Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP 80 Pine St., Ste. 1548 New York, NY 10005-1702 (212) 701-3400 Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and France.

Mimi and Peter Haas Fund
201 Filbert St., 5th Fl. San Francisco, CA 94133-3238 (415) 296-9249 FAX: (415) 296-8842; E-mail: mphf@mphf.org; Contact e-mail: gmeagher@mphf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, CA; early childhood, direct service component is limited to San Francisco.

The Heinz Endowments
30 Dominion Twr. 625 Liberty Ave., 30th Fl. Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3115 (412) 281-5777 FAX: (412) 281-5788; E-mail: info@heinz.org; URL: http://www.heinz.org Limitations: Giving primarily to southwestern PA. Funding for projects outside the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is generally only at specific request of the foundation.

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
4 W. Burton Pl. Chicago, IL 60610-1416 FAX: (312) 787-6350; E-mail: info@grahamfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.grahamfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and internationally.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Walter and Elise Haas Fund
1 Lombard St., Ste. 305 San Francisco, CA 94111-1130 (415) 398-4474 URL: http://www.haassr.org Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco and Alameda County, CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Held Foundation
1880 Century Park E., Ste. 500 Los Angeles, CA 90067-1607 Limitations: Giving in the U.S., with emphasis on CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The GRAMMY Foundation
3030 Olympic Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90404-5073 (310) 392-3777 FAX: (310) 392-2188; E-mail: loi@grammy.com; URL: http://www.grammyfoundation.com/grants Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Hall Family Foundation
P.O. Box 419580, Dept. 323 Kansas City, MO 64141-6580 FAX: (816) 274-8547; URL: http:// www.hallfamilyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to greater Kansas City, MO.

Heritage Fund - The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County
538 Franklin St. P.O. Box 1547 Columbus, IN 47202-1547 (812) 376-7772 FAX: (812) 376-0051; E-mail: info@heritagefundbc.org; Additional E-mails: sstark@heritagefundbc.org and lmorgan@heritagefundbc.org; URL: http:// www.heritagefundbc.com Limitations: Giving limited to Bartholomew County, IN.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

William T. Grant Foundation
570 Lexington Ave., 18th Fl. New York, NY 10022-6837 (212) 752-0071 FAX: (212) 752-1398; E-mail: info@wtgrantfdn.org; URL: http://www.wtgrantfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving on a national basis; giving limited to NY, NJ, and CT for youth service grants.

The Hall-Perrine Foundation, Inc.
115 3rd St., S.E., Ste. 803 Cedar Rapids, IA 52401-1222 (319) 362-9079 FAX: (319) 362-7220; E-mail: kristin@Hallperrine.org; URL: http://www.hallperrine.org/ Limitations: Giving limited to Linn County, IA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Heritage Mark Foundation
P.O. Box 980 East Lansing, MI 48826-0980 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, MI, NM, NJ, NY and OH.

Phil Hardin Foundation The Greenwall Foundation
420 Lexington Ave., Ste. 2500 New York, NY 10170-0020 (212) 679-7266 FAX: (212) 679-7269; E-mail: admin@greenwall.org; URL: http://www.greenwall.org Limitations: Giving in New York, NY, for arts and humanities; giving nationally for bioethics. 1921 24th Ave. Meridian, MS 39301-3118 (601) 483-4282 FAX: (601) 483-5665; E-mail: info@philhardin.org; URL: http://www.philhardin.org Limitations: Giving primarily in MS; support also to out-of-state organizations for programs and projects benefiting the education of Mississippians.

Herrick Foundation
First National Bldg. 660 Woodward Ave., Ste. 2290 Detroit, MI 48226-3506 Limitations: Giving primarily in MI.

The Griffin-Cole Fund
c/o Goldman Sachs Family Office Bowling Green Sta. P.O. Box 73 New York, NY 10274-0073 Limitations: Giving primarily in Princeton, NJ.

Harman Family Foundation
397 South St. Needham, MA 02492-2761 E-mail: bharman@harman-foundation.org; URL: http://www2.harman-foundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA, Washington, DC, MD, and New York, NY.

Albert & Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation
6131 Westview Dr. Houston, TX 77055-5421 (713) 681-7868 FAX: (713) 681-3652; E-mail: mail@herzsteinfoundation.org; URL: http://www.herzsteinfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in TX.

Gulf Coast Community Foundation
11975 Seaway Rd., Ste. B-150 Gulfport, MS 39503 (228) 897-4841 FAX: (228) 897-4843; E-mail: rwestfall@mgccf.org; Additional E-mail: rdellenger@mgccf.org; URL: http://www.mgccf.org

The Irving Harris Foundation
191 N. Wacker Dr., Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60606-1899 (312) 621-0566 FAX: (312) 621-9179; For J. Matayoshi, e-mail: jm@whi.com.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
2121 Sand Hill Rd. Menlo Park, CA 94025-6909 (650) 234-4500

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FAX: (650) 234-4501; URL: http://www.hewlett.org Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for family and community development programs; performing arts primarily limited to the Bay Area.

Limitations: Giving primarily in Houston, TX; no grants outside the continental U.S.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Contribution Fund
1 Johnson & Johnson Plz. New Brunswick, NJ 08933-0001 (732) 524-3255 URL: http://www.jnj.com/connect/caring/ Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving also to national and international organizations.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Roy A. Hunt Foundation
1 Bigelow Sq., Ste. 630 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-3030 (412) 281-8734 FAX: (412) 255-0522; E-mail: info@rahuntfdn.org; URL: http://www.rahuntfdn.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Boston, MA, and Pittsburgh, PA, areas, also in CA, ID, NH, ME, and OH.

Hillcrest Foundation
c/o Bank of America, N.A. P.O. Box 831041 Dallas, TX 75283-1041 (214) 209-1965 Limitations: Giving limited to TX, with emphasis on Dallas County.

Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation
1060 Park Ave. New York, NY 10128-1033 Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and Central and Eastern Europe.

Henry L. Hillman Foundation
330 Grant St., Ste. 2000 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2309 (412) 338-3466 FAX: (412) 338-3463; E-mail: foundation@hillmanfo.com Limitations: Giving primarily in Pittsburgh and southwestern PA.

Fern Karesh Hurst Foundation
1060 5th Ave. New York, NY 10128-0104 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

The Johnson Family Fund
2099 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Ste. 900 Washington, DC 20006-6804 Limitations: Giving in the U.S., primarily in CA, Washington, DC, MN, NY, and VA.

The Hyde and Watson Foundation
31-F Mountain Blvd. Warren, NJ 07059-5617 (908) 753-3700 FAX: (908) 753-0004; E-mail: hydeandwatson@yahoo.com; URL: http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/ hydeandwatson Limitations: Giving is focused in the five boroughs of New York, NY, and primarily Essex, Union and Morris counties in NJ. No giving outside the U.S.

Bob & Nita Hirsch Family Foundation
c/o Robert Hirsch 3370 Judilee Dr. Encino, CA 91436-4210 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
College Rd. E. and Rte. 1 P.O. Box 2316 Princeton, NJ 08543-2316 (877) 843-7953 E-mail: mail@rwjf.org; URL: http://www.rwjf.org Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S.

Eleanor and Henry Hitchcock Charitable Foundation
c/o Bank of America, N.A. 231 S. LaSalle St., IL1-231-14-19 Chicago, IL 60697-1411 Limitations: Giving primarily in CO.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Inasmuch Foundation
210 Park Ave., Ste. 3150 Oklahoma City, OK 73102-5604 (405) 604-5292 FAX: (405) 604-0297; E-mail: nancy.woodson@inasmuchfoundation.org ; URL: http://www.inasmuchfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Colorado Springs, CO, and OK.

Edward C. Johnson Fund
82 Devonshire St., Ste. S3 Boston, MA 02109-3614 (617) 563-6806 Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Boston, MA, area.

The Hobbs Foundation
102 N. Westgate Ave., Ste. A Jacksonville, IL 62650-1718 Limitations: Giving primarily in Montgomery, AL.

Helen Jones Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 53665 Lubbock, TX 79453-3665 Limitations: Giving primarily in Lubbock, TX.

Iowa West Foundation
25 Main Pl., Ste. 550 Council Bluffs, IA 51503-0700 E-mail: grantinfo@iowawestfoundation.org; URL: http://www.iowawestfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in southwest IA, the Council Bluffs area, and Omaha, NE.

The Maximilian E. & Marion O. Hoffman Foundation, Inc.
970 Farmington Ave., Ste. 203 West Hartford, CT 06107-2134 (860) 521-2949 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT.

Joukowsky Family Foundation
410 Park Ave., Ste. 1610 New York, NY 10022-4407 FAX: (212) 355-3147; URL: http:// www.joukowsky.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the northeastern U.S.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Renate, Hans & Maria Hofmann Trust
c/o JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Svcs. Dept. P.O. Box 6089 Newark, DE 19714-6089 Limitations: Giving primarily in Germany, with some giving in New York, NY.

The James Irvine Foundation
575 Market St., Ste. 3400 San Francisco, CA 94105-2858 (415) 777-2244 FAX: (415) 777-0869; E-mail: grantsadmin@irvine.org; Southern CA office: 865 S. Figueroa St., Ste. 2308, Los Angeles, CA 90017-5430, tel.: (213) 236-0552, Fax: (213) 236-0537; URL: http://www.irvine.org Limitations: Giving limited to CA.

The Joyce Foundation
70 W. Madison St., Ste. 2750 Chicago, IL 60602-4344 (312) 782-2464 FAX: (312) 782-4160; E-mail: info@joycefdn.org; URL: http://www.joycefdn.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Great Lakes region, including IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI; limited number of environment grants made in Canada; culture grants are primarily restricted to the metropolitan Chicago, IL, area.

Mildred V. Horn Foundation
South Highway 53, Ste. 3, PMB 2028 La Grange, KY 40031-9119 Limitations: Giving primarily in KY (for homeless shelters and education) and historic homes (built between 1760-1860) open to the public in KY, IL, IN, MO, OH, TN, VA, and WV.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Jaharis Family Foundation, Inc.
499 Park Ave., 6th Fl. New York, NY 10022-1240 (212) 889-9250 Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NY, MA and PA; some giving also in Greece.

The JPMorgan Chase Foundation
270 Park Ave., 33rd Fl New York, NY 10017-2014 (212) 270-6000 E-mail: jpmorgan.chase.grants@jpmchase.com; URL: http://www.jpmorganchase.com/grants Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving also to U.S.-based international organizations active in areas of company operations abroad.

Greater Houston Community Foundation
4550 Post Oak Pl., Ste. 100 Houston, TX 77027-3143 (713) 333-2200 FAX: (713) 333-2220; E-mail: lgardner@ghcf.org; URL: http://www.ghcf.org

Jerome Foundation
400 Sibley St., Ste. 125 St. Paul, MN 55101-1928 (651) 224-9431 FAX: (651) 224-3439; E-mail: info@jeromefdn.org; Toll-free tel.: (800) 995-3766 (MN and New York City only); URL: http://www.jeromefdn.org Limitations: Giving limited to MN and the 5 boroughs of New York City, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Houston Endowment Inc.
600 Travis, Ste. 6400 Houston, TX 77002-3003 (713) 238-8100 FAX: (713) 238-8101; E-mail: info@houstonendowment.org; URL: http://www.houstonendowment.org

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
2400 Sand Hill Rd. Menlo Park, CA 94025-6941 (650) 854-9400 FAX: (650) 854-4800; E-mail: rwells@kff.org; Washington, DC Office Address: 1330 G St., N.W., Washington, DC 20005, tel.: (202)

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347-5270; fax: (202) 347-5274; URL: http:// www.kff.org Limitations: Giving limited to CA for the California Grants Program only; and South Africa for the international grants program; other grants nationwide.

southern CA, mainly the greater Los Angeles area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Limitations: Giving primarily in FL and NY; some funding also in MA.

Anna Maria & Stephen Kellen Foundation, Inc.
1345 Ave. of the Americas, 44th Fl. New York, NY 10105-0302 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Wachovia Financial Ctr., Ste. 3300 200 S. Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33131-2349 (305) 908-2600 FAX: (305) 908-2698; Additional tel. for publication requests: (305) 908-2629; E-mail: publications@knightfdn.org, or web@knightfdn.org; URL: http:// www.knightfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to projects serving the 26 communities where the Knight brothers published newspapers for communities and local grants: Long Beach and San Jose, CA, Boulder, CO, Boca Raton, Bradenton, Miami, and Tallahassee, FL, Columbus, Macon, and Milledgeville, GA, Fort Wayne and Gary, IN, Wichita, KS, Lexington, KY, Detroit, MI, Duluth and St. Paul, MN, Biloxi, MS, Charlotte, NC, Grand Forks, ND, Akron, OH, Philadelphia and State College, PA, Columbia and Myrtle Beach, SC, and Aberdeen, SD; international for Journalism.

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
1055 Broadway, Ste. 130 Kansas City, MO 64105-1595 (816) 842-0944 FAX: (816) 842-8079; E-mail: info@gkccf.org; Tel. for Donor Svcs. Ctr.: (816) 842-7444; Grant inquiry e-mail: mgray@gkccf.org; URL: http:// www.gkccf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the bi-state greater Kansas City region.

W. K. Kellogg Foundation
1 Michigan Ave. E. Battle Creek, MI 49017-4005 (269) 968-1611 FAX: (269) 968-0413; URL: http://www.wkkf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S., with emphasis on MI, MS, and NM for funding for vulnerable children; funding also for Latin America and the Caribbean, and southern Africa.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The J. M. Kaplan Fund, Inc.
261 Madison Ave., 19th Fl. New York, NY 10016-2303 (212) 767-0630 FAX: (212) 767-0639; E-mail: info@jmkfund.org; Application address for Furthermore Grants in Publishing program:, c/o Ann Birckmayer, Prog. Assoc., P.O. Box 667, Hudson, NY 12534; tel.: (518) 828-8900; URL: http://www.jmkfund.org Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City; cross-borders of North America; and worldwide.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Ellsworth Kelly Foundation, Inc.
c/o Ellsworth M. Kelly P.O. Box 220 Spencertown, NY 12165-0220 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA and NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

William T. Kemper Foundation
c/o Commerce Bank, Trustee 118 W. 47th St. Kansas City, MO 64112-1692 Application address: Exec. Dir., c/o Commerce Bank, Tr., 922 Walnut St., Ste. 200, Kansas City, MO 64106-1809, tel.: (816) 234-2112 Limitations: Giving primarily in the Midwest with emphasis on MO and surrounding areas.

The Kohlberg Foundation, Inc.
111 Radio Cir. Mount Kisco, NY 10549-2609 FAX: (914) 241-1195; E-mail: dehaan@kfound.org; URL: http://www.kohlbergfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S., with emphasis on CA and MA; giving also in Baja CA, Mexico.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Karan-Weiss Foundation
2800 28th St., Ste. 105 Santa Monica, CA 90405-6204 E-mail: cristin@tabankinassoc.com

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Karsh Family Foundation
1201 Tower Grove Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210-2135 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
176 Federal St. Boston, MA 02110-2214 (617) 951-2525 FAX: (617) 951-2556; E-mail: request_info@kendall.org; URL: http:// www.kendall.org Limitations: Giving primarily in western Canada and in New England, the Northeast and the Northwestern United States.

Koret Foundation
33 New Montgomery St., Ste. 1090 San Francisco, CA 94105-4526 FAX: (415) 882-7775; E-mail: info@koretfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.koretfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the Bay Area counties of San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Santa Clara, and San Mateo, CA; giving also in Israel and on a national basis for Jewish funding requests.

The Jane and Robert Katz Foundation
c/o Goldman Sachs - Family Office Bowling Green Sta. P.O. Box 73 New York, NY 10040-0073 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY; funding also in Ridgefield, CT, and Boston, MA.

The Robert S. and Grayce B. Kerr Foundation, Inc.
c/o William G. Kerr 3465 N. Pines Way PMB 25106 Wilson, WY 83014 Limitations: Giving primarily in OK and WY.

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
4801 Rockhill Rd. Kansas City, MO 64110-2046 (816) 932-1000 FAX: (816) 932-1100; E-mail: info@kauffman.org; URL: http://www.kauffman.org Limitations: Giving limited to the U.S., with emphasis on the bi-state metropolitan Kansas City area (KS/MO) for K-12 education initiatives focused on math and science.

John and Janet Kornreich Charitable Foundation, Ltd.
4 Saddle Ridge Rd. Old Westbury, NY 11568-1150

The Elbrun and Peter Kimmelman Family Foundation, Inc.
800 3rd Ave., Ste. 3100 New York, NY 10022-7604 Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC and New York, NY.

The Kraus Family Foundation
c/o Goldman Sachs Family Office Bowling Green Station P.O. Box 73 New York, NY 10274-0073 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Kaye Foundation
c/o The Weidenfeld Law Firm 888 17th St. N.W., Rm. 1250 Washington, DC 20006-3328 Limitations: Giving in the U.S., with emphasis on CA, Aspen, CO, New York, NY, and Rosslyn, VA.

Klarman Family Foundation
1244 Boylston St., Ste. 309 Chestnut Hill, MA 02467-2116 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA.

The Kresge Foundation
3215 W. Big Beaver Rd. Troy, MI 48084-2818 (248) 643-9630 FAX: (248) 643-0588; E-mail: info@kresge.org; URL: http://www.kresge.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis with emphasis on Detroit, MI, as well as some international funding.

W. M. Keck Foundation
550 S. Hope St., Ste. 2500 Los Angeles, CA 90071-2617 (213) 680-3833 FAX: (213) 614-0934; E-mail: info@wmkeck.org; URL: http://www.wmkeck.org Limitations: Giving nationally to universities, colleges, and major independent medical research institutions. Arts and culture, civic and community, health care, and precollegiate education and early learning are restricted to

The John W. Kluge Foundation
c/o Edward Hopleins 15004 Sunflower Ct. Rockville, MD 20853-1748 (301) 929-9340 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Samuel H. Kress Foundation
174 E. 80th St. New York, NY 10075-0439 (212) 861-4993 FAX: (212) 628-3146; E-mail: wyman.meers@kressfoundation.org; URL: http://www.kressfoundation.org

KMD Foundation
980 N. Federal Hwy., Ste. 307 Boca Raton, FL 33432-2744

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Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and Europe.

Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Greater Lowell Community Foundation
100 Merrimack St., Ste. 202 Lowell, MA 01852-1723 (978) 970-1600 FAX: (978) 970-2444; E-mail: johncthibault@comcast.net; URL: http:// www.glcfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Lowell, Nashoba, and Western Merrimack Valley, MA, regions.

Albert & Bessie Mae Kronkosky Charitable Foundation
112 E. Pecan, Ste. 830 San Antonio, TX 78205-1574 (210) 475-9000 FAX: (210) 354-2204; E-mail: kronfndn@kronkosky.org; Additional tel.: (888) 309-9001; URL: http://www.kronkosky.org Limitations: Giving limited to Bandera, Bexar, Comal, and Kendall counties, TX.

The Levy-Markus Foundation, Inc.
520 N. Elm Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210-3419 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY.

The Liberty Mutual Foundation, Inc.
175 Berkeley St. Boston, MA 02116-5066 (617) 654-3470 Contact for Education Initiative: Jose Antonio Rosada, E-mail: Jose.Rosado@libertymutual.com; URL: http://www.libertymutualgroup.com/ omapps/ContentServer?pagename=LMGroup/ Views/LMG&ft=4&fid=1138356732952&ln=en Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Boston, MA, area.

Lucasfilm Foundation
c/o Tax Dept. P.O. Box 29901 San Francisco, CA 94129-1495 Application address: P.O. Box 2009, San Rafael, CA 94912 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Lane Family Foundation
3920 Antoinette Dr., Ste. A4 Montgomery, AL 36111-2722 Limitations: Giving primarily in Birmingham, Huntsville, and Montgomery, AL.

Lilly Endowment Inc.
2801 N. Meridian St. P.O. Box 88068 Indianapolis, IN 46208-0068 (317) 924-5471 FAX: (317) 926-4431; URL: http:// www.lillyendowment.org Limitations: Giving limited to IN, with emphasis on Indianapolis, for community development projects (including the arts, preservation, capital building funds, operating funds, and social services). Education funding focused principally on Indiana under invitational grant programs. National giving in religion, philanthropic studies, leadership education, and selected higher education initiatives, principally to increase educational opportunities for minorities.

The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc.
51 Madison Ave., 30th Fl. New York, NY 10010-1603 (212) 489-7700 FAX: (212) 581-9541; E-mail: hlf1@hluce.org; URL: http://www.hluce.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis; international activities limited to East and Southeast Asia.

Lannan Foundation
313 Read St. Santa Fe, NM 87501-2628 (505) 986-8160 FAX: (505) 986-8195; E-mail: info@lannan.org; Additional contact information (for Ruth Simms): Fax: (505) 954-5143, e-mail: ruth@lannan.org; URL: http://www.lannan.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Ann and Robert H. Lurie Foundation
440 W. Ontario St. Chicago, IL 60610-4014 Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL.

The Larson Legacy
14404 S.E. Krause Ln. Happy Valley, OR 97086-6534 Limitations: Giving primarily on an international basis, with some emphasis on India, as well as in the northwestern U.S., with a focus on CA, OR, and WA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
140 S. Dearborn St., Ste. 1200 Chicago, IL 60603-5285 (312) 726-8000 FAX: (312) 920-6258; E-mail: 4answers@macfound.org; TDD: (312) 920-6285; Second Life Virtual Location: The MacArthur Foundation Island; URL: http:// www.macfound.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on Chicago, IL.

The Lincy Foundation
150 S. Rodeo Dr., Ste. 250 Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2417 Limitations: Giving in the U.S., primarily in CA, NV, and in Armenia.

The Leonard and Evelyn Lauder Foundation
767 5th Ave., 40th Fl. New York, NY 10153-0003 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY, with some funding in CA.

Linden Trust For Conservation
156 W. 56th St., Ste. 900 New York, NY 10019-3927 URL: http://www.lindentrust.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MA, and New York, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

LEF Foundation
121 Circle Rd. San Rafael, CA 94903-3886 (415) 499-9591 FAX: (415) 499-9591; E-mail: marina@lef-foundation.org; New England address: P.O. Box 382066, Cambridge, MA 02238-2866, tel.: (617) 492-5333, fax: (617) 868-5603; e-mail: lyda@lef-foundation.org; URL: http://www.lef-foundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and New England; giving in other regions of the U.S. with relevant interests, including the Southwest and Hawaii.

The Earle I. Mack Foundation, Inc.
c/o M. Schwartzbard 100 Eagle Rock Ave. East Hanover, NJ 07936-3149 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

The W. Paul & Lucille Caudill Little Foundation, Inc.
c/o Bluegrass Community Fnd. 250 W. Main St., Ste. 1220 Lexington, KY 40507-1719 Application address: 250 W. Main St., Ste. 1220, Lexington, KY 40507, tel.: (859) 225-3343 Limitations: Giving limited to Elliott, Fayette and Rowan counties, KY.

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation
44 E. 64th St. New York, NY 10065-7306 (212) 486-2424 FAX: (212) 644-0765; E-mail: jmacyinfo@josiahmacyfoundation.org; URL: http://www.josiahmacyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

The Lenfest Foundation, Inc.
5 Tower Bridge 300 Barr Harbor Dr., Ste. 450 West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2984 (610) 828-4510 FAX: (610) 828-0390; E-mail: lenfestfoundation@lenfestfoundation.org; URL: http://www.lenfestfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in northern DE, southern NJ, and southeastern and south central PA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation
c/o Community Rels. 1000 Lowe’s Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117-8520 (704) 758-2831 FAX: (704) 757-4766; E-mail: cindy.l.williams@lowes.com; Additional address: P.O. Box 1000, Mooresville, NC 28115; Application address for Outdoor Classroom Grant Prog.: Outdoor Classroom Grant Prog., P.O. Box 3292, Memphis, TN 38173-0292; Tel. for Lowe’s Toolbox for Education: (800) 644-3561, ext. 208; E-mail for Lowe’s Toolbox for Education: info@toolboxforeducation.com; URL: http:// www.lowes.com/community Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas of company operations; giving on a national basis for the Outdoor Classroom Grant Program and Lowe’s Toolbox for Education.

The Maine Community Foundation, Inc.
245 Main St. Ellsworth, ME 04605-1613 (207) 667-9735 FAX: (207) 667-0447; E-mail: info@mainecf.org; Additional tel.: (877) 700-6800; Portland mailing address: 1 Monument Way, Ste. 200, P.O. Box 7380, Portland, ME 04101, tel.: (207) 761-2440, fax: (207) 773-8832; Grant information E-mail: ptaylor@mainecf.org; URL: http://www.mainecf.org Limitations: Giving limited to ME.

The Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust
29425 Chagrin Blvd., Ste. 201 Cleveland, OH 44122-4602 Limitations: Giving primarily in northeast OH.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Leon Levy Foundation
One Rockefeller Plaza 20th Fl. New York, NY 10020-2003 URL: http://www.leonlevy.org

Richard & Jane Manoogian Foundation
21001 Van Born Rd. Taylor, MI 48180-1300

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Limitations: Giving primarily in MI.

Marbrook Foundation
U.S. Trust Bldg. 730 2nd Ave. S., Ste. 1300 Minneapolis, MN 55402-2475 (612) 752-1783 FAX: (612) 752-1780; E-mail: jhara@marbrookfoundation.org; URL: http://marbrookfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, area.

area, except for programs in the environment which are made mainly in the 10 states bordering the Mississippi River and in the Twin Cities region, international aid, or research.

The Merrill Foundation, Inc.
c/o Wilbert H. Sirota 111 S. Calvert St., Ste. 2000 Baltimore, MD 21202-6114 E-mail: whsirota@duanemorris.com Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The McLean Contributionship
945 Haverford Rd., Ste. A Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-3814 (610) 527-6330 FAX: (610) 527-9733; URL: http:// foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/mclean/ Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Philadelphia, PA, area; some funding also in Nashua, NH, and Lake, Osceola and Pasco counties in FL.

Mertz Gilmore Foundation
218 E. 18th St. New York, NY 10003-3694 (212) 475-1137 FAX: (212) 777-5226; E-mail: info@mertzgilmore.org; URL: http://www.mertzgilmore.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis for Human Rights; also giving in the Northeast and New York City for Climate Change Solutions, and in New York City for Dance and Communities programs.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Marin Community Foundation
5 Hamilton Landing, Ste. 200 Novato, CA 94949-8263 (415) 464-2500 FAX: (415) 464-2555; E-mail: info@marincf.org; URL: http://www.marincf.org Limitations: Giving from Buck Trust limited to Marin County, CA; other giving on a national and international basis with emphasis on the San Francisco Bay Area.

John P. & Anne Welsh McNulty Foundation
c/o BCRS Assocs., LLC 100 Wall St., 11th Fl. New York, NY 10005-3701 Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NY and PA; some funding also in CO and Washington, DC.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Meyer Memorial Trust
425 N.W. 10th Ave., Ste. 400 Portland, OR 97209-3128 (503) 228-5512 E-mail: mmt@mmt.org; URL: http://www.mmt.org Limitations: Giving primarily in OR and Clark County, WA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Meijer Foundation Carl Marks Foundation, Inc.
c/o Foundation Source 501 Silverside Rd., Ste. 123 Wilmington, DE 19809-1377 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. c/o Michael R. Julien 2929 Walker NW Grand Rapids, MI 49544 (616) 791-5900 Limitations: Giving primarily in Grand Rapids, MI, some giving also in Greenville, MI.

Greater Milwaukee Foundation
101 W. Pleasant St., Ste. 210 Milwaukee, WI 53212 (414) 272-5805 FAX: (414) 272-6235; E-mail: info@greatermilwaukeefoundation.org; Additional address: N16 W23250 Stoneridge Dr., Ste. 6, Waukesha, WI 53188, tel.: (262) 522-8350, FAX: (262) 544-9301; URL: http:// www.greatermilwaukeefoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington, and Waukesha, WI.

MARPAT Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 1769 Silver Spring, MD 20915-1769 E-mail: jkoven@marpatfoundation.org; URL: http:// foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/marpat/ Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan Washington, DC, area.

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
140 E. 62nd St. New York, NY 10065-8124 (212) 838-8400 FAX: (212) 223-2778; E-mail: inquiries@mellon.org; URL: http://www.mellon.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis with some international giving, primarily focused on South Africa.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Frank W. & Sue Mayborn Foundation
10 S. 3rd St. Temple, TX 76501-7619 Limitations: Giving primarily in the central TX area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Minneapolis Foundation
800 IDS Ctr. 80 S. Eighth St. Minneapolis, MN 55402-2100 (612) 672-3878 FAX: (612) 672-3846; E-mail: e-mail@mplsfoundation.org; Additional E-mail: pverrette@mplsfoundation.org; URL: http://www.MinneapolisFoundation.org Additional URL: http://www.mplsfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to MN, with emphasis on organizations in the Twin Cities metropolitan region.

Richard King Mellon Foundation
BNY Mellon Ctr. 500 Grant St., 41st Fl., Ste. 4106 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2502 FAX: (412) 392-2837; URL: http://fdncenter.org/ grantmaker/rkmellon Limitations: Giving primarily in PA.

The Louis B. Mayer Foundation
6 W. 48th St., 10th Fl. New York, NY 10036-1802 (212) 812-4330 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

B. C. McCabe Foundation
8152 Painter Ave., Ste. 201 Whittier, CA 90602-3757 (562) 696-1433 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

The Robert and Joyce Menschel Family Foundation
c/o Goldman Sachs & Co. 85 Broad St. New York, NY 10004-2434 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Minnesota Community Foundation
55 5th St. E., Ste. 600 St. Paul, MN 55101-1718 (651) 224-0571 FAX: (651) 224-9502; E-mail: inbox@mncommunityfoundation.org; Additional tel.: (800) 875-6160; URL: http:// www.mncommunityfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to MN.

McCune Foundation
750 6 PPG Pl. Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 644-8779 E-mail: info@mccune.org; URL: http:// www.mccune.org:81/ foundation:Website,mccune,index Limitations: Giving primarily in southwestern PA, with emphasis on the Pittsburgh area.

David and Laura Merage Foundation
6400 Fiddler’s Green Cir., Ste. 2000 Englewood, CO 80111-4938 URL: http://www.merage.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, CO, and in Israel.

The Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation
P.O. Box 8937 The Woodlands, TX 77387-8937 Limitations: Giving limited to TX. (713) 377-5060

John P. McGovern Foundation
2211 Norfolk St., Ste. 900 Houston, TX 77098-4044 (713) 661-4808 Limitations: Giving primarily in TX, with emphasis on Houston; giving also in the Southwest.

The John Merck Fund
2 Oliver St., 8th Fl. Boston, MA 02109 (617) 556-4120 FAX: (617) 556-4130; E-mail: info@jmfund.org; URL: http://www.jmfund.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis in the areas of reproductive health, the environment, and job opportunities; giving in Latin America in the area of human rights.

The Ambrose Monell Foundation
c/o Fulton, Rowe, & Hart 1 Rockefeller Plz., Ste. 301 New York, NY 10020-2002 FAX: (212) 245-1863; E-mail: info@monellvetlesen.org; URL: http:// www.monellvetlesen.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

The McKnight Foundation
710 S. 2nd St., Ste. 400 Minneapolis, MN 55401-2290 (612) 333-4220 FAX: (612) 332-3833; E-mail: info@mcknight.org; URL: http://www.mcknight.org Limitations: Giving limited to organizations in MN, especially the seven-county Twin Cities, MN,

Mercury Foundation of New York, Inc.
767 5th Ave., 44th Fl. New York, NY 10153-0003 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

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Monterey Peninsula Foundation
1 Lower Ragsdale Dr., Bldg. 3, Ste. 100 Monterey, CA 93940-5769 (831) 649-1533 FAX: (831) 649-1763; E-mail: info@montereypeninsulafoundation.org; Additional contact information (for Laurel Lee-Alexander): tel.: (831) 649-1533, ext. 230; e-mail: lla@attpbgolf.com; E-mail to submit electronic applications: grants@montereypeninsulafoundation.org; URL: http:// www.montereypeninsulafoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Benito counties, CA; limited grants to Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area, CA.

M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust
703 Broadway, Ste. 710 Vancouver, WA 98660-3308 (360) 694-8415 FAX: (360) 694-1819; Mailing address: P.O. Box 1618, Vancouver, WA 98668; E-mail for D. Miller: danam@murdock-trust.org; URL: http:// www.murdock-trust.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Pacific Northwest (AK, ID, MT, OR, and WA).

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The New York Times Company Foundation, Inc.
230 W. 41st St., Ste. 1300 New York, NY 10036-7207 (212) 556-1091 FAX: (212) 730-0927; URL: http://www.nytco.com/ foundation Additional URL: http://www.nytimes.com/ scholarship Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on the New York, NY, metropolitan area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Dan Murphy Foundation
P.O. Box 711267 Los Angeles, CA 90071-9767 Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The New-Land Foundation, Inc.
1114 Ave. of the Americas, 46th Fl. New York, NY 10036-7798 (212) 479-6162 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, CO, Washington, DC, and New York, NY; some funding also in London, England.

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
1661 Page Mill Rd. Palo Alto, CA 94304-1209 (650) 213-3000 FAX: (650) 213-3003; E-mail: info@moore.org; Additional e-mail: grantprocessing@moore.org; URL: http://www.moore.org/ Limitations: Giving on a worldwide basis, with some focus on the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for selected projects.

Nash Family Foundation
25 W. 45th St., Ste. 1400 New York, NY 10036-4902 E-mail: info@nashff.org; Additional e-mail: judith@nashff.org; URL: http://www.nashff.org Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY and Israel.

Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, Inc.
c/o Paul Scherer & Co. LLP 1440 Broadway, 12th Fl. New York, NY 10018 (212) 588-2200 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City.

Alex G. Nason Foundation, Inc.
1177 High Ridge Rd., Ste. 111 Stamford, CT 06905-1221 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, FL, and NY.

The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
1521 Georgetown Rd., Ste. 205 Hudson, OH 44236-4093 (330) 655-1366 FAX: (330) 655-1696; E-mail: inquiry@mcmfdn.org; URL: http://www.mcmfdn.org Limitations: Giving primarily in northeast OH counties: Ashland, Ashtabula, Carroll, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Holmes, Jefferson, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarwas and Wayne.

Newman’s Own Foundation
790 Farmington Ave., No. 4B Farmington, CT 06032-2300 E-mail: info@newmansownfoundation.org; URL: http://www.newmansownfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on AK, CA, CT, DC, FL, IL, MA, NY, OH, and WA, and in Australia, Canada, and South Africa.

National Film Preservation Foundation
870 Market St., Ste. 1113 San Francisco, CA 94102-2920 (415) 392-7291 FAX: (415) 392-7293; E-mail: info@filmpreservation.org; URL: http:// www.filmpreservation.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Moriah Fund
1 Farragut Sq. S. 1634 I St. N.W., Ste. 1000 Washington, DC 20006-4015 (202) 783-8488 FAX: (202) 783-8499; E-mail: info@moriahfund.org; Additional e-mail: proposals@moriahfund.org; Requests in Israel: Don Futterman, Beilenson St., No. 3, Apt. 1, Kfar Saba, Israel 44350; URL: http://www.moriahfund.org/index.htm Limitations: Giving nationally and internationally in the United States, Latin America and Israel. Giving for the Economic Justice Program focuses on Washington, DC, MD and VA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Nicholas Family Charitable Trust The Greater New Orleans Foundation
1055 St. Charles Ave., Ste. 100 New Orleans, LA 70130-3981 (504) 598-4663 FAX: (504) 598-4676; E-mail: albert@gnof.org; Additional E-mail: richard@gnaf.org; URL: http:// www.gnof.org Limitations: Giving limited to southeastern LA, including the greater New Orleans area. c/o Nicholas J. Nicholas, Jr. 88 Central Park W. New York, NY 10023-5209 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA and NY.

Edward John Noble Foundation, Inc.
32 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022-2513 (212) 759-4212 Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan New York, NY, area for arts organizations; St. Catherine’s Island, GA, and the eastern states for conservation projects and family planning; and the Northeast for private colleges and universities.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The New York Community Trust
909 3rd Ave., 22nd Fl. New York, NY 10022-4752 (212) 686-0010 FAX: (212) 532-8528; E-mail: info@nycommunitytrust.org; Grant application E-mail: grants@nycommunitytrust.org; URL: http:// www.nycommunitytrust.org Limitations: Giving limited to the metropolitan New York, NY, area.

The Morning Star Family Foundation
3628 Beverly Dr. Dallas, TX 75205-2868 Limitations: Giving primarily in Dallas, TX.

The Norcliffe Foundation
999 3rd Ave., Ste. 1006 Seattle, WA 98104-4001 (206) 682-4820 FAX: (206) 682-4821; E-mail: arline@thenorcliffefoundation.com; URL: http://www.thenorcliffefoundation.com/ Limitations: Giving in the Puget Sound region of WA, with emphasis in and around Seattle.

Peter A. Morton Foundation, Inc.
510 N. Robertson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90048-1731 Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust
c/o Jensen Baird Gardner & Henry 10 Free St. Box 4510 Portland, ME 04112-4865 (207) 775-7271 FAX: (207) 775-7935; E-mail: mquinlan@jbgh.com Limitations: Giving limited to ME.

New York Life Foundation
51 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10010-1655 (212) 576-7341 E-mail: NYLFoundation@newyorklife.com; URL: http://www.newyorklifefoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in New York and Westchester County, NY; giving also to national organizations serving two or more of the following cities and regions: Phoenix, AZ, Los Angeles, Sacramento, and San Francisco, CA, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and Tampa, FL, Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, Westwood/Boston, MA, Detroit, MI, Minneapolis, MN, Kansas City, MO, Clinton/ Hunterdon, Middlesex, and Morris/Parsippany counties, NJ, Cleveland, OH, Philadelphia, PA, Austin, Dallas, and Houston, TX, Salt Lake City, UT, Richmond, VA, and Seattle, WA.

The Nord Family Foundation
747 Milan Ave. Amherst, OH 44001-1310 (440) 984-3939 FAX: (440) 984-3934; E-mail: johnm@nordft.org; Additional tel.: (800) 745-8946; E-mail: info@nordff.org or execdir@nordff.org; URL: http://www.nordff.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Lorain and Cuyahoga County, OH, areas; also gives secondarily in Denver, CO, Boston, MA, and Columbia, SC.

Stewart R. Mott Charitable Trust
122 Maryland Ave. N.E. Washington, DC 20002-5610 (202) 546-3732 FAX: (202) 543-3156; E-mail: info@srmtrust.org; URL: http://www.srmtrust.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. with emphasis on Washington, DC and internationally.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

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The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation
11 Golden Shore, Ste. 450 Long Beach, CA 90802-4274 (562) 435-8444 FAX: (562) 436-0584; E-mail: grants@ktn.org; Additional e-mail: accordino@ktn.org; URL: http://ktn.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA.

Open Society Institute
400 W. 59th St. New York, NY 10019-1105 (212) 548-0600 FAX: (212) 548-4600; URL: http://www.soros.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis.

The William Penn Foundation
2 Logan Sq., 11th Fl. 100 N. 18th St. Philadelphia, PA 19103-2757 (215) 988-1830 FAX: (215) 988-1823; E-mail: moreinfo@williampennfoundation.org; URL: http://www.williampennfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Philadelphia region, including Camden, NJ. (An expanded region for some environmental grants may be viewed on the foundation web site).

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Northwest Area Foundation
60 Plato Blvd. E., Ste. 400 St. Paul, MN 55107-1832 (651) 224-9635 FAX: (651) 225-7701; E-mail: info@nwaf.org; URL: http://www.nwaf.org Limitations: Giving limited to IA, ID, MN, MT, ND, OR, SD, and WA.

The Oregon Community Foundation
1221 S.W. Yamhill, Ste. 100 Portland, OR 97205-2108 (503) 227-6846 FAX: (503) 274-7771; E-mail: mschumaker@oregoncf.org; URL: http:// www.oregoncf.org Limitations: Giving limited to OR.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Perot Foundation
P.O. Box 269014 Plano, TX 75026-9014 (972) 535-1900 Limitations: Giving primarily in TX.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Peter Norton Family Foundation
225 Arizona, Ste. 350 Santa Monica, CA 90401-1244 (310) 576-7700 Limitations: Giving primarily in southern CA for human/social services; giving on a national basis for arts-related grants.

The Overbrook Foundation
122 E. 42nd St., Ste. 2500 New York, NY 10168-2500 (212) 661-8710 FAX: (212) 661-8664; E-mail: contact@overbrookfoundation.org; URL: http://www.overbrook.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S. and Latin America, with emphasis on Brazil, Mexico and Ecuador.

The Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation, Inc.
950 3rd Ave., 30th Fl. New York, NY 10022-2705 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

The Philadelphia Foundation
1234 Market St., Ste. 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19107-3794 (215) 563-6417 FAX: (215) 563-6882; E-mail: aswinney@philafound.org; Additional E-mail: cbonner@philafound.org; URL: http:// www.philafound.org Limitations: Giving limited to Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties in southeastern PA, except for designated funds.

A. Lindsay and Olive B. O’Connor Foundation
731 Main St. P.O. Box D Hobart, NY 13788 (607) 538-9248 FAX: (607) 538-9136; E-mail: office@theoconnorfoundation.org; Application address: P.O. Box D, Hobart, NY 13788; URL: http://theoconnorfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in Delaware County, NY, and 7 contiguous rural counties in upstate NY (Broome, Chenango, Greene, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan, and Ulster).

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
300 2nd St. Los Altos, CA 94022-3632 (650) 948-7658 E-mail: inquiries@packard.org; URL: http:// www.packard.org Limitations: Giving for national and international grants, with special focus on the Northern CA counties of San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation
10 2nd St., N.E., Ste. 200 Minneapolis, MN 55413-2647 (612) 623-1654 FAX: (612) 623-1653; E-mail: phillipsfnd@phillipsfnd.org; Additional tel. (for Dana Jensen, Grants Mgr.): (612) 623-1652; URL: http://www.phillipsfnd.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the Twin Cities metropolitan, MN, area.

The John R. Oishei Foundation
1 HSBC Ctr., Ste. 3650 Buffalo, NY 14203-2805 (716) 856-9490 FAX: (716) 856-9493; E-mail: info@oisheifdt.org; URL: http://www.oishei.org Limitations: Giving limited to the Buffalo, NY, area.

The Packard Humanities Institute
300 2nd St. Los Altos, CA 94022-3694 URL: http://www.packhum.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

William S. Paley Foundation, Inc.
420 Columbus Ave. Valhalla, NY 10595-1382 (914) 769-5005 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Oki Foundation
c/o Laurie D. Oki 1416 112th Ave. N.E. Bellevue, WA 98004-3710 Limitations: Giving limited to King County, WA.

The Pineywoods Foundation of Lufkin
P.O. Box 3659 Lufkin, TX 75903-3659 Application address: c/o Bob Bowman, 515 S. 1st St., Lufkin, TX 75901, tel.: (936) 634-7444 Limitations: Giving limited to Angelina, Cherokee, Hardin, Houston, Jasper, Nacogdoches, Panola, Polk, Sabine, San Augustine, San Jacinto, Shelby, Trinity, and Tyler counties, TX.

Park Foundation, Inc.
301 E. State St. Ithaca, NY 14851-0550 (607) 272-9124 FAX: (607) 272-6057; E-mail: info@parkfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.parkfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the eastern U.S., primarily in central NY, Washington, DC, and NC.

Oklahoma City Community Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 1146 Oklahoma City, OK 73101-1146 (405) 235-5603 FAX: (405) 235-5612; E-mail: info@occf.org; Additional address: 1000 N. Broadway Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73102; Additional E-mails: n.anthony@occf.org and c.nestlen@occf.org; URL: http://www.occf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater Oklahoma City, OK, area.

The Pittsburgh Foundation
5 PPG Pl., Ste. 250 Pittsburgh, PA 15222-5414 (412) 391-5122 FAX: (412) 391-7259; E-mail: email@pghfdn.org; Grant application E-mail: pearlmanj@pghfdn.org; URL: http://www.pittsburghfoundation.org Limitations: Giving from unrestricted funds limited to Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, PA.

The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation
901 E. Cary St., Ste. 1404 Richmond, VA 23219-4037 Limitations: Giving primarily in VA, with an emphasis on Richmond.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Olive Bridge Fund, Inc.
c/o Ralph E. Hansmann 500 5th Ave., 50th Fl. New York, NY 10110-5099 (212) 391-8960 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA and NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
888 W. 6th St., Ste. 700 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 362-7600 URL: http://www.parsonsfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to Los Angeles County, CA.

The PNC Foundation
1 PNC Plz. 249 5th Ave., P1-POPP-20-1 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 762-2748 FAX: (412) 705-3584; E-mail: eva.blum@pnc.com; URL: http:// www.pnccommunityinvolvement.com/ PNCFoundation.htm Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations in Washington, DC, DE, IN, KY, MD, NJ, OH, and PA.

Elis Olsson Memorial Foundation
P.O. Box 151 West Point, VA 23181-0151 (804) 843-9066 Limitations: Giving primarily in VA.

The Penates Foundation
1 Liberty Ln. Hampton, NH 03842-1819 (603) 926-5911 Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, NH, and NY.

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Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.
20 W. Kinzie St., Ste. 1110 Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 527-4684 FAX: (312) 527-4681; E-mail: info@polkbrosfdn.org; URL: http://www.polkbrosfdn.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL.

New York, NY 10019-6908 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation
c/o Frost National Bank P.O. Box 2127 Austin, TX 78768-2127 (512) 473-4803 FAX: (512) 473-4835; E-mail: smcgillicuddy@frostbank.com; Additional e-mail: beverly.scott@frostbank.com; URL: http://www.akrfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to 50 specified counties in south central TX, (Aransas, Atascosa, Bandera, Bee, Bexar, Blanco, Brooks, Caldwell, Calhoun, Cameron, Colorado, Comal, DeWitt, Dimmit, Duval, Fayette, Frio, Goliad, Gonzalez, Guadalupe, Harris, Hays, Hidalgo, Jackson, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Karnes, Kendall, Kenedy, Kleberg, LaSalle, Lavaca, Live Oak, Matagorda, Maverick, McMullen, Medina, Nueces, Rufugio, San Patricio, Starr, Travis, Uvalde, Victoria, Webb, Wharton, Willacy, Wilson, Zapata and Zavala).

The Stephen D. Quinn Foundation
c/o Marks Paneth and Shron LLP 622 3rd Ave., 7th Fl. New York, NY 10017-6701 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and UT.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Post and Courier Foundation
134 Columbus St. Charleston, SC 29403-4800 (843) 937-5605 Limitations: Giving primarily in Charleston, SC.

Qwest Foundation
1801 California St., 50th Fl. Denver, CO 80202-2635 (303) 896-1266 FAX: (303) 896-4982; E-mail: qwest.foundation@qwest.com; URL: http://www.qwest.com/about/company/ community/foundation/ Limitations: Giving on a national basis in areas company operations in AR, IA, ID, CO, MN, MO, ND, NE, NM, OR, SD, UT, WA, and WY.

Tina & Steven Price Charitable Foundation
c/o Tag Assoc., LLC 75 Rockefeller Plz., Ste. 900 New York, NY 10019-6908 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Colonel (IL) James N. Pritzker Charitable Distribution Fund
104 S. Michigan Ave., Ste. 600 Chicago, IL 60603-5950 (312) 251-3095 FAX: (312) 251-1332; E-mail: etracy@tawanifoundation.net; URL: http://www.tawanifoundation.org/

Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, Inc.
P.O. Box 4019 Wilmington, DE 19807-0019 (302) 655-4440 FAX: (302) 655-3223; URL: http://www.rfca.org Limitations: Giving to domestic and international programs affiliated with the Roman Catholic church.

RGK Foundation
1301 W. 25th St., Ste. 300 Austin, TX 78705-4236 (512) 474-9298 FAX: (512) 474-7281; E-mail: shaffey@rgkfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.rgkfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

The John and Lisa Pritzker Family Fund
c/o Seiler LLP 3 Lagoon Dr., Ste. 400 Redwood City, CA 94065-5157 Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, CA.

Rasmuson Foundation
301 W. Northern Lights Blvd., Ste. 400 Anchorage, AK 99503-2648 E-mail: rasmusonfdn@rasmuson.org; Tel./fax: (907) 297-2700; URL: http://www.rasmuson.org Limitations: Giving limited to AK.

The Rhode Island Foundation
1 Union Station Providence, RI 02903-1746 (401) 274-4564 FAX: (401) 331-8085; Artist grants E-mail: dkertzner@rifoundation.org; URL: http:// www.rifoundation.org Limitations: Giving through discretionary funds limited to RI.

The Procter & Gamble Fund
2 Procter & Gamble Plz. Cincinnati, OH 45202-3315 (513) 983-2139 FAX: (513) 983-2147; E-mail: pgfund.im@pg.com; Additional contact: Paula Long, V.P. and Secy., tel.: (512) 983-2143; URL: http://www.pg.com/ company/our_commitment/community.jhtml Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis primarily in areas of company operations, with emphasis on Washington, DC, NY, and OH, and in China, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Zimbabwe.

The Reed Foundation, Inc.
500 5th Ave., Ste. 2222 New York, NY 10110-0004 E-mail: lathamdc@thereedfoundation.org; URL: http://www.thereedfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan New York, NY, area; some limited funding also in the Caribbean Basin.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Sid W. Richardson Foundation
309 Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76102-4006 (817) 336-0494 FAX: (817) 332-2176; E-mail: cjohns@sidrichardson.org; URL: http:// www.sidrichardson.org Limitations: Giving limited to TX, with emphasis on Fort Worth for the arts and human services, and statewide for health and education.

Regions Bancorporation Foundation
c/o Regions Bank P.O. Box 11426 Birmingham, AL 35202 (205) 326-5305 Limitations: Giving primarily in AL and FL; some giving also in GA and TN.

The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc.
99 Park Ave., Ste. 2220 New York, NY 10016-1601 (212) 370-1165 FAX: (212) 599-6282; E-mail: grants@prospect-hill.org; URL: http:// foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/prospecthill/ Limitations: Giving primarily on a national basis with emphasis on MA, NJ, NY, and RI; limited support is directed towards environmental conservation and reproductive health projects in the Mayan Region of Latin America.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Rittenhouse Foundation
1601 Walnut St., Ste.1010 Philadelphia, PA 19102-2944 (215) 569-0202 Limitations: Giving primarily in the Philadelphia, PA, area.

The Reinberger Foundation
27600 Chagrin Blvd., No. 355 Cleveland, OH 44122-4498 (216) 292-2790 FAX: (216) 292-4466; E-mail: info@reinbergerfoundation.org; URL: http://www.reinbergerfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Columbus and in northeastern OH.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

RMF Family Fund, Inc.
P.O. Box 38054 Albany, NY 12203-8054 Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NJ and NY.

Protective Life Foundation
P.O. Box 2606 Birmingham, AL 35202-2606 (205) 268-4434 FAX: (205) 268-5547; E-mail: kate.cotton@protective.com; URL: http:// www.protective.com/default.asp?id=4 Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations in Birmingham, AL, area.

The Ressler/Gertz Foundation
16130 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 320 Encino, CA 91436-2531 Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA.

Gilroy & Lillian P. Roberts Charitable Foundation
101 W. Elm St., Ste. 500 Conshohocken, PA 19428-2075 Limitations: Giving primarily in Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Delaware counties, PA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Charles H. Revson Foundation, Inc.
55 E. 59th St., 23rd Fl. New York, NY 10022-1112 (212) 935-3340 FAX: (212) 688-0633; E-mail: info@revsonfoundation.org; Contact inf. for A. Akst, e-mail: aakst@revsonfoundation.org, tel.: (212) 935-3340, ext. 13; URL: http:// www.revsonfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY and Israel.

Vin & Caren Prothro Foundation
PMB 377 25 Highland Park Village, No. 100 Dallas, TX 75205-2785 Limitations: Giving primarily in TX.

Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 271588 West Hartford, CT 06127-1588 (860) 233-0228 FAX: (860) 236-8098; E-mail: edwannroberts@att.net; Address for hand delivery of proposals: 45 S. Main St., Ste. 311, West Hartford Ctr., West Hartford, CT 06107;

Queensgate Foundation
c/o TAG Assocs., Ltd. 75 Rockefeller Plz., Ste. 900

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URL: http://www.foundationcenter.org/ grantmaker/e&aroberts Limitations: Giving limited to Hartford, CT, and the immediately surrounding area.

Arthur Ross Foundation, Inc.
c/o Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP 1375 Broadway New York, NY 10018-7001 (212) 737-7311 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Rochester Area Community Foundation
500 East Ave. Rochester, NY 14607-1912 (585) 271-4100 FAX: (585) 271-4292; E-mail: edoherty@racf.org; Grant application E-mail: mhartmann@racf.org; URL: http://www.racf.org Limitations: Giving limited to Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, and Wayne counties, NY, except for donor-designated funds.

The Judith Rothschild Foundation
535 W. 23rd St., Ste. S-3K New York, NY 10011-1144 (212) 929-0669 FAX: (212) 929-0633; Grant program mailing address: P.O. Box 3818, Minneapolis, MN 55403; URL: http://www.judithrothschildfdn.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis.

The Sanders Foundation
201 E. Main St., 4th Fl. El Paso, TX 79901-1340 Limitations: Giving primarily in NM and TX.

The Reba Judith Sandler Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 990129 Boston, MA 02199-0129 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc.
475 Riverside Dr., Ste. 900 New York, NY 10115 (212) 812-4200 FAX: (212) 812-4299; E-mail: info@rbf.org; Additional e-mail for grant inquiries: grants@rbf.org; URL: http://www.rbf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in NY, and in Central and Eastern Europe (with emphasis on the Balkans), East and Southeast Asia (with emphasis on Southern China), and South Africa.

Harold Rubenstein Family Charitable Foundation
1824 Phelps Pl. N.W. Washington, DC 20008-1850 Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, and MA; some funding nationally.

Santa Barbara Foundation
15 E. Carrillo St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101-2706 (805) 963-1873 FAX: (805) 966-2345; E-mail: rgallo@sbfoundation.org; Grant inquiry E-mail: eneumann@sbfoundation.org; URL: http://www.sbfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to Santa Barbara County, CA.

The Marilyn and Barry Rubenstein Family Foundation
68 Wheatley Rd. Glen Head, NY 11545-2922 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Dr. Scholl Foundation
1033 Skokie Blvd., Ste. 230 Northbrook, IL 60062-4109 (847) 559-7430 URL: http://www.drschollfoundation.com Limitations: Giving primarily in the U.S., with some emphasis on the Chicago, IL area.

The Rockefeller Foundation
420 5th Ave. New York, NY 10018-2702 (212) 869-8500 URL: http://www.rockfound.org Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City, Africa, North America, and Southeast Asia.

May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.
c/o Rudin 345 Park Ave. New York, NY 10154-0001 (212) 407-2512 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York City.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Robert Russell Memorial Foundation
c/o Norman H. Lipoff, Esq. 1221 Brickell Ave., 17th Fl. Miami, FL 33131-2804 FAX: (305) 961-5503; E-mail: Lipoffn@Gtlaw.com Limitations: Giving primarily in the Miami-Dade County, FL, area; limited giving also in Israel.

The Schumann Center for Media and Democracy, Inc.
33 Park St. Montclair, NJ 07042-3407 (973) 783-6660 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington, DC, and New York, NY.

Rockwell Fund, Inc.
770 S. Post Oak Ln., Ste. 525 Houston, TX 77056-6660 (713) 629-9022 FAX: (713) 629-7702; E-mail: jahlgrim@rockfund.org; URL: http://www.rockfund.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Houston, TX.

The Eric & Erica Schwartz Family Foundation
c/o Goldman Sachs, Family Office P.O. Box 73 Bowling Green Sta. New York, NY 10274-0073 Limitations: Giving primarily in PA, NY and Washington, DC.

The Rockwern Charitable Foundation
30 Garfield Pl., Ste. 1030 Cincinnati, OH 45202-4357 (513) 621-2850 Limitations: Giving primarily in Cincinnati, OH.

Sacks Family Foundation
c/o Michael Sacks 1850 2nd St., Ste. 201 Highland Park, IL 60035-3176 Limitations: Giving primarily in Chicago, IL.

William D. Rollnick and Nancy Ellison Rollnick Foundation
1 N. Breakers Row, Ste. 262 Palm Beach, FL 33480-4071 Limitations: Giving on a national basis, with emphasis on New York, NY, and Washington, DC.

The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc.
350 5th Ave., Ste. 4301 New York, NY 10118-4301 (212) 239-3030 FAX: (212) 239-3039; E-mail: info@samuels.org; URL: http://www.samuels.org Limitations: Giving limited to New York City.

The Seattle Foundation
1200 5th Ave., Ste. 1300 Seattle, WA 98101-3151 (206) 622-2294 FAX: (206) 622-7673; E-mail: info@seattlefoundation.org; Grant application E-mail: grantmaking@seattlefoundation.org; URL: http://www.seattlefoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to King County, WA.

The RosaMary Foundation
P.O. Box 13218 New Orleans, LA 70185-3218 (504) 895-1984 FAX: (504) 895-1988; E-mail: info@rosamary.org; URL: http://www.rosamary.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater New Orleans, LA, area.

The San Diego Foundation
2508 Historic Decatur Rd., Ste. 200 San Diego, CA 92106-6138 (619) 235-2300 FAX: (619) 239-1710; E-mail: info@sdfoundation.org; Additional tel.: (858) 674-6979 (for Rancho Bernardo); (760) 269-3882 (for Solana Beach); URL: http://www.sdfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater San Diego, CA, region.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Semel Charitable Foundation
9460 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 600 Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2712 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington, DC and NY.

The Dorothy L. & Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. Foundation, Inc.
1 N. Charles St., 22nd Fl. Baltimore, MD 21201-3740 Limitations: Giving primarily in MD.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Mickey Shapiro Charitable Trust
31550 Northwestern Hwy., Ste. 200 Farmington Hills, MI 48334-2532

The San Francisco Foundation
225 Bush St., Ste. 500 San Francisco, CA 94104-4224 (415) 733-8500 FAX: (415) 477-2783; E-mail: info@sff.org; Intent to Apply e-mail: apps@sff.org; URL: http:// www.sff.org

Leo Rosner Foundation, Inc.
6 Westway White Plains, NY 10605-3523 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

Sheffield-Harrold Charitable Trust
61 Brighton Rd. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30309-1518 Limitations: Giving primarily in Atlanta, GA.

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The Shiloh Foundation
1506 Dunbarton Rock Court N.W. Washington, DC 20007-2956 FAX: (202) 965-4525; E-mail: cmwheel@earthlink.net Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC.

Sparkplug Foundation
Park West Finance Station P.O. Box 20956 New York, NY 10025 (877) 866-8285 FAX: (877) 866-8285; E-mail: info@sparkplugfoundation.org; URL: http://www.sparkplugfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving to every state in the USA. Some giving in Israel for projects that involve Palestinian communities.

The Sternlicht Family Foundation, Inc.
c/o Foundation Source 501 Silverside Rd., Ste. 123 Wilmington, DE 19809-1377 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation
2440 West El Camino Real, Ste. 300 Mountain View, CA 94040-1498 (650) 450-5400 FAX: (650) 450-5401; E-mail: info@siliconvalleycf.org; Additional E-mail: vlbennett@siliconvalleycf.org; Grant inquiry E-mail: grants@siliconvalleycf.org; Grant application E-mail: grantproposals@siliconvalleycf.org; URL: http:// www.siliconvalleycf.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily for endowment-building in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, CA.

Stockman Family Foundation Trust
102 Castlewood Rd. Baltimore, MD 21210-1380 (410) 433-2901 E-mail: hstockman@comcast.net; Application address: c/o Hervey S. Stockman, Jr., Pres., 102 Castlewood Rd., Baltimore, MD 21210; tel.: (410) 433-2901 Limitations: Giving in the U.S.

The Spencer Foundation
625 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 1600 Chicago, IL 60611-3109 (312) 337-7000 FAX: (312) 337-0282; E-mail: information@spencer.org; Additional e-mail for M. McPherson: pres@spencer.org; URL: http://www.spencer.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis.

Stoddard Family Foundation, Inc.
29600 Southfield Rd. Southfield, MI 48076-2039 Limitations: Giving primarily in MI.

The Dr. Hila Louise Chashin Simon Foundation, Inc.
22741 El Dorado Dr. Boca Raton, FL 33433-6002 Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA.

The W. L. S. Spencer Foundation
1660 Bush St., Ste. 300 San Francisco, CA 94109-5308 (415) 561-6540 FAX: (415) 561-6477; E-mail: mgregory@pfs-llc.net; URL: http://www.pfs-llc.net/spencer/ spencer.html Limitations: Giving on a worldwide basis through intermediaries based in the United States.

Charles H. Stout Foundation
P.O. Box 20733 Reno, NV 89515-0733 E-mail: richardmstout@earthlink.net; URL: http:// www.chstoutfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Siloam Springs, AR, Del Mar, CA, Reno, NV, New York, NY, or in communities where foundation trustees live or visit regularly.

Juliet L. Hillman Simonds Foundation
330 Grant St., Ste. 2000 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2309 (412) 338-3466 FAX: (412) 338-3463; E-mail: foundation@hillmanfo.com Limitations: Giving primarily in Pittsburgh, PA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
630 5th Ave., Ste. 2550 New York, NY 10111-0242 (212) 649-1649 FAX: (212) 757-5117; URL: http://www.sloan.org Limitations: Giving primarily focused on U.S. institutions with occasional grants to foreign institutions.

The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation
c/o Bank of America, N.A. 1 Bryant Park NY1-100-28-05 New York, NY 10036-6715 (646) 855-1011 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY, NJ, Boston and Cape Cod, MA, ME and San Diego, CA.

The Strong Foundation
c/o Bank of Hawaii P.O. Box 3170 Honolulu, HI 96802-3170 Limitations: Giving limited to HI.

Stuart Foundation
500 Washington St., 8th Fl. San Francisco, CA 94111-4735 (415) 393-1551 FAX: (415) 393-1552; E-mail: info@stuartfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.stuartfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and WA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Starbucks Foundation
c/o Starbucks Corp. 2401 Utah Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98134-1436 E-mail: foundationgrants@starbucks.com; URL: http://www.starbucksfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis in areas of company operations and in countries where the company buys coffee, tea, and cocoa, with emphasis on CA, LA, NY, OH, WA, Africa, Asia, China, Europe, and Latin America; giving in the U.S. and in Canada, Ecuador, South Africa, Thailand, and the United Kingdom for the Starbucks Social Entrepreneurs Fund.

Albert & Lillian Small Foundation, Inc.
7501 Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 1103 Bethesda, MD 20814-6515 (301) 215-7997 Limitations: Giving primarily in Washington, DC, MD, and New York, NY.

The Summerlee Foundation
5956 Sherry Ln., Ste. 610 Dallas, TX 75225-8017 (214) 363-9000 FAX: (214) 363-1941; E-mail: info@summerlee.org; Animal Protection Program Address: c/o Melanie A. Lambert, Prog. Dir., 716 N. Tejon, Ste. 9, Colorado Springs, CO, 80903; tel.: (800) 256-7515, fax: (719) 266-5459; URL: http:// www.summerlee.org/ Limitations: Giving primarily in TX for history programs; National and international giving for animal welfare program.

The Smart Family Foundation, Inc.
74 Pin Oak Ln. Wilton, CT 06897-1329 (203) 834-0400 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

The Christine & Edward Snider Foundation
Wachovia Ctr. 3601 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19148-5250 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and PA.

The Starr Foundation
399 Park Ave., 17th Fl. New York, NY 10022-4614 (212) 909-3600 FAX: (212) 750-3536; E-mail for Suzanne Eden: suzanne.eden@starrfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.starrfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, with emphasis on New York, NY and emphasis on Asia internationally.

Sun Hill Foundation
c/o Fred F. French Investing, LLC 1 Station Pl. Stamford, CT 06902-6800 (203) 353-5320 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, Washington, DC, the greater Boston, MA, area, New York, NY and South Royalton, VT.

The Jonathan Sobel and Marcia Dunn Foundation
c/o Goldman Sachs- Family Office Bowling Green Sta. P.O. Box 73 New York, NY 10274-0073 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

The Staten Island Foundation
260 Christopher Ln., Ste. 3B Staten Island, NY 10314-1658 (718) 697-2831 FAX: (718) 697-3180; URL: http:// www.thestatenislandfoundation.org/ Limitations: Giving only in Staten Island, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

SunTrust Mid-Atlantic Foundation
c/o SunTrust Banks, Inc. 919 E. Main St. Richmond, VA 23219-4625 (804) 782-7907 Limitations: Giving limited to areas of company operations, with emphasis on Washington, DC, MD, and VA.

Y & H Soda Foundation
1635 School St. Moraga, CA 94556-1150 (925) 631-1133 FAX: (925) 631-0248; E-mail: info@yhsodafoundation.org; URL: http:// www.yhsodafoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to Alameda and Contra Costa counties, CA.

Louis and Bessie Stein Foundation/Fund No. 2
1701 Locust St., Ste. 1414 Philadelphia, PA 19103-7613 (610) 642-6413 Limitations: Giving primarily in PA, with some giving in CA and CT.

Surdna Foundation, Inc.
330 Madison Ave., 30th Fl.

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New York, NY 10017-5001 (212) 557-0010 FAX: (212) 557-0003; E-mail: questions@surdna.org; URL: http://www.surdna.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington DC, and NY.

Limitations: Giving primarily in NY state.

Princeton, NJ 08540-1517 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

The Tiffany & Co. Foundation
600 Madison Ave., 5th Fl New York, NY 10022-1615 (212) 230-6591 URL: http://www.tiffanyandcofoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, Washington, DC, NY, and VA.

Ventura County Community Foundation
1317 Del Norte Rd., Ste. 150 Camarillo, CA 93010-8364 (805) 988-0196 FAX: (805) 485-5537; E-mail: vccf@vccf.org; URL: http://www.vccf.org Limitations: Giving primarily in Ventura County, CA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Tapper Charitable Foundation
509 Falmouth Rd. Mashpee, MA 02649-2699 Limitations: Giving primarily in Worcester, MA.

The Bruce E. and Robbi S. Toll Foundation
250 Gibraltar Rd. Horsham, PA 19044-2323 Limitations: Giving primarily in Philadelphia, PA; funding also in New York, NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Target Foundation
c/o Community Rels. Opers. 1000 Nicollet Mall, TPS2688 Minneapolis, MN 55403 (800) 388-6740 FAX: (612) 696-4706; E-mail: community.relations@target.com; URL: http://www.target.com/community Limitations: Giving limited to the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN 7-county metropolitan area.

Verizon Foundation
1 Verizon Way Basking Ridge, NJ 07920-1025 (800) 360-7955 FAX: (908) 630-2260; E-mail: verizon.foundation@verizon.com; URL: http://foundation.verizon.com/grant/ guidelines.shtml Limitations: Giving on a national basis and in PR, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela.

Tomorrow Foundation
650 Madison Ave., 16th Fl. New York, NY 10022-1029 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Travelers Foundation
385 Washington St., M.C. NB10T St. Paul, MN 55102-1309 (651) 310-7757 FAX: (651) 310-2327; E-mail: lcolanin@travelers.com; Application materials address: 1 Tower Sq., Hartford, CT 06183; URL: http://www.travelers.com/ corporate-info/about/community/ foundation.aspx Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of significant company operations, with emphasis Hartford, CT and St. Paul, MN; limited giving to national organizations.

Vermont Community Foundation
3 Court St. P.O. Box 30 Middlebury, VT 05753-1405 (802) 388-3355 FAX: (802) 388-3398; E-mail: info@vermontcf.org; URL: http://www.vermontcf.org Limitations: Giving limited to VT.

T. L. L. Temple Foundation
204 Champions Dr. Lufkin, TX 75901-7321 (936) 639-5197 Limitations: Giving primarily in counties in TX constituting the East Texas Pine Timber Belt.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Temple-Inland Foundation
1300 S. Mopac Expwy., FL 3N Austin, TX 78746-6907 (936) 829-1721 Additional address: 303 S. Temple Dr., Diboll, TX 75941, tel.: (936) 829-1721; URL: http:// www.templeinland.com/OurMission/ CorporateCitizenship/social.asp Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of company operations.

Vital Projects Fund, Inc.
c/o Robert B. Menschel 375 Park Ave., Ste. 1602 New York, NY 10152-1600 Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Trust for Mutual Understanding
6 W. 48th St., 12th Fl. New York, NY 10036-1802 (212) 843-0404 FAX: (212) 843-0344; E-mail: tmu@tmuny.org; URL: http://www.tmuny.org Limitations: Giving for exchanges between the U.S. and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, primarily the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Russia, and Slovakia. Support is also provided, to a lesser extent, for exchanges involving Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and Ukraine.

Archie D. and Bertha H. Walker Foundation
23505 Smithtown Rd., No. 260 Excelsior, MN 55331-4548 (952) 380-1350 Limitations: Giving primarily in the seven-county Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, metropolitan area.

Eugene V. & Clare E. Thaw Charitable Trust
P.O. Box 2422 Santa Fe, NM 87504-2422 E-mail (for Sherry Thompson): sherryt@thawtrust.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Wallis Foundation
1880 Century Park E., Ste. 950 Los Angeles, CA 90067-1612 (310) 286-9777 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation
4321 N. Ballard Rd. Appleton, WI 54919-0001 (800) 236-3736 FAX: (920) 628-5165; E-mail: foundation@thrivent.com; Additional application addresses: Lutheran Grant Prog.: Kathy Larson, Church and Community Engagement, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Lutheran Grant Prog., 4321 N. Ballard Rd., Appleton, WI 54919-0001, tel.: (920) 628-5099, FAX: (920) 628-5165, Corporate Community Grant Prog., Twin Cities, MN: David Jones, Community Rels., Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, 625 4th Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55415-1624, tel.: (612) 340-8281, Fox Cities, WI: Jenni Eickelberg, Community Rels., Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, 4321 N. Ballard Rd., Appleton, WI 54919-0001, tel.: (920) 628-4610; E-mail for Charitable Gifting Initiative: charitablegifting@thrivent.com; URL: https:// www.thrivent.com/foundations/tflfoundation/ index.html Limitations: Giving on a national basis for the Lutheran Grant Program; giving limited to the Twin Cities, MN, including Minneapolis and St. Paul, and the Fox Cities, WI, including Appleton, for Corporate Community Grants; giving to national organizations for the Charitable Gifting Initiative.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

U.S. Bancorp Foundation, Inc.
BC-MN-H21B 800 Nicollet Mall, 21st Fl. Minneapolis, MN 55402 (612) 303-4000 FAX: (612) 303-0787; URL: http:// www.usbank.com/cgi_w/cfm/about/ community_relations/charit_giving.cfm Limitations: Giving primarily in AR, AZ, CA, CO, ID, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NV, OH, OR, SD, TN, UT, WA, WI, and WY.

The Dale & Edna Walsh Foundation
6461 Valley Wood Dr. Reno, NV 89523-1271 FAX: (847) 901-9193; E-mail: mail@dewfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.dewfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to U.S.-based organizations only.

Walton Family Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 2030 Bentonville, AR 72712-2030 (479) 464-1570 FAX: (479) 464-1580; E-mail: info@wffmail.com; URL: http://www.waltonfamilyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving through two of four funding areas is limited to northwest AR and the Mississippi River’s delta region of AR and MS. Educational funding is limited to target school districts.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The UPS Foundation
55 Glenlake Pkwy., N.E. Atlanta, GA 30328-3474 FAX: (404) 828-7435; URL: http:// community.ups.com/foundation/index.html Limitations: Giving on a national basis and in Brazil, Canada, China, Malaysia, Mexico, and South Africa; giving also to statewide, regional, national, and international organizations.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
65 Bleecker St., 7th Fl. New York, NY 10012-2420 (212) 387-7555 FAX: (212) 387-7560; E-mail: info@warholfoundation.org; E-mail for proposals: deadline@warholfoundation.org; URL: http://www.warholfoundation.org Limitations: Giving on a national basis.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Tianaderrah Foundation
c/o Robert L. Gipson P.O. Box 639 Unadilla, NY 13849-0639

The Melinda & William J. Vanden Heuvel Foundation, Inc.
c/o Joseph Hanlon 358 Wall St.

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Warren Family Foundation
P.O. Box 915 Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067-0915 (858) 756-3711 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with emphasis on San Diego.

Wasserman Foundation
12100 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 400 Los Angeles, CA 90064-1052 (310) 407-0200 FAX: (310) 882-4601; E-mail: feedback@wassermanfoundation.org; URL: http://www.wassermanfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in CA.

Buffalo, NY 14209-2256 (716) 839-4225 FAX: (716) 883-1107; E-mail: bgosch@wnyfoundation.org; URL: http:// www.wnyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving limited to the 8th Judicial District of NY (Erie, Niagara, Genesee, Wyoming, Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Chautauqua counties).

520 83rd St., Ste. 1R Brooklyn, NY 11209-4520 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Esther & Morton Wohlgemuth Foundation, Inc.
c/o Irwin M. Thorpe 440 Park Ave. S., Ste. 5 New York, NY 10016-8012 Limitations: Giving primarily in NY.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

White Flowers Foundation
c/o Neufield Doudna LLC 103 5th Ave., 5th Fl. New York, NY 10003-1009 Limitations: Giving primarily in Boston, MA and the metropolitan New York, NY, area, including Long Island and Westchester.

Wood-Claeyssens Foundation
P.O. Box 30586 Santa Barbara, CA 93130-0586 Limitations: Giving limited to Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, CA.

Weeden Foundation
747 3rd Ave., 34th Fl. New York, NY 10017-2803 FAX: (212) 888-1354; E-mail: weedenfdn@weedenfdn.org; URL: http:// www.weedenfdn.org Limitations: Giving on a national and international basis, primarily in northern CA, the Pacific Northwest, Latin America (Chile), Central Siberia and the Altai Republic in Russia.

Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, Inc. E. L. Wiegand Foundation
Wiegand Ctr. 165 W. Liberty St., Ste. 200 Reno, NV 89501-2902 (775) 333-0310 Limitations: Giving primarily in NV and adjoining western states, including AZ, ID, OR, UT and WA; public affairs grants given primarily in Washington, DC, and New York, NY. 50 Hurt Plz., Ste. 1200 Atlanta, GA 30303-2951 (404) 522-6755 FAX: (404) 522-7026; E-mail: fdns@woodruff.org; URL: http://www.woodruff.org Limitations: Giving primarily in GA, with emphasis on the metropolitan Atlanta area.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Wunderkinder Foundation
c/o Breslauer, Rutman & Anderson, LLC 11400 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 550 Los Angeles, CA 90064-1551 (310) 481-3513 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY.

Theodore & Renee Weiler Foundation, Inc.
24 Rock St. Brooklyn, NY 11206-3812 Limitations: Giving primarily in Palm Beach, FL, and New York, NY.

Malcolm Hewitt Wiener Foundation, Inc.
c/o The Millburn Corporation 66 Vista Dr. Greenwich, CT 06830-7128 Limitations: Giving primarily in CT, NJ, NY and PA.

Yawkey Foundation II
990 Washington St., Ste. 315 Dedham, MA 02026-6716 (781) 329-7470 URL: http://www.yawkeyfoundation.org Limitations: Giving primarily in MA, with emphasis on the greater metropolitan Boston area.

George and Joyce Wein Foundation
c/o Berlin & Kolin 150 E. 69th St., Ste. 27K New York, NY 10021-5704 (212) 535-0419 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY.

George N. Wilcox Trust
c/o Bank of Hawaii, Fdn. Admin. P.O. Box 3170 Honolulu, HI 96802-3170 FAX: (808) 694-4006; E-mail: paula.boyce@boh.com; Additional e-mail: elaine.moniz@boh.com Limitations: Giving limited to HI, with emphasis on the Island of Kauai.

YPI Charitable Trust
1359 S. 3rd St., No. 4 Louisville, KY 40208-2379 Limitations: Giving primarily in FL, NY and WY; some giving in the Bahamas, England, and Ireland.

John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation
c/o BCRS Assocs., LLC 100 Wall St., 11th Fl. New York, NY 10005-3701 Limitations: Giving primarily in the metropolitan New York, NY area; giving also in Greenwich, CT and DE.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Vincent Wilkinson Foundation
1650 Tysons Blvd., Ste. 900 McLean, VA 22102-4826 Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater metropolitan Washington, DC, area, including MD and VA, and the New York, NY, area.

The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation
401 S. Boston Ave., Ste. 900 Tulsa, OK 74103-4012 (918) 295-8004 FAX: (918) 295-8049; E-mail: jgillert@zarrow.com; URL: http://www.zarrow.com/ahz.htm Limitations: Giving primarily in the Tulsa, OK, area.

Weingart Foundation
1055 W. 7th St., Ste. 3050 Los Angeles, CA 90017-2305 (213) 688-7799 FAX: (213) 688-1515; E-mail: info@weingartfnd.org; URL: http://www.weingartfnd.org Limitations: Giving limited to 6 southern CA counties; Los Angeles, Orange, Santa Barbara, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura.

Dave H. & Reba W. Williams Foundation
c/o Silvercrest 1330 Ave. of the Americas, 38th Fl. New York, NY 10019-5400 Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY and Fairfield County, CT.

Zemurray Foundation
228 St. Charles Ave., Ste. 1024 New Orleans, LA 70130-2651 Limitations: Giving primarily in New Orleans, LA, and Cambridge, MA.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

Publishes an annual or periodic report.

The Margaret L. Wendt Foundation
40 Fountain Plz., Ste. 277 Buffalo, NY 14202-2220 (716) 855-2146 Limitations: Giving primarily in Buffalo and western NY.

Williamson Family Foundation
8399 Tippecanoe Rd. Canfield, OH 44406-8106 Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and OH.

The Western New York Foundation
11 Summer St., 4th Fl.

The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust
c/o Robert W. Wilson

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