National Historical Publications & Records Commission

Massachusetts Grants

NHPRC Grants by State and Territory


  • Entries span the dates of projects funded in that state since 1976.
  • Each list is categorized by:
    1. Records Projects
    2. Publications Projects
  • Each award is identified in parentheses by the year of the award and grant number.

These Massachusetts grants span 1976 - 2014

Records Projects

Massachusetts State Archives, Boston, MA
$37,750 to support the salary of a project archivist who will provide on-site assistance to records repositories, a statewide regrant program, and participation in a national archival organization. (RC10230-14)

Simmons College, Boston, MA
$102,602 to support a three-year project to develop training for municipal and county clerks in preserving the archival records under their care. This project will develop both in-person and on-line training for clerks and test it in Massachusetts with the cooperation of the Massachusetts State Archives and Board of Library Commissioners, and the Massachusetts Town and City Clerks Associations. (DI50002-13)

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Boston, MA
$50,000 to support a one-year project to convert 16 analog finding aids to make them accessible online and to process ten collections, also making those finding aids available online. All 26 collections are family manuscript collections related to Historic New England sites. (RH50051-13)

Presidents and Fellows of Harvard University, Boston, MA
$150,000 to support Those Extraordinary Blackwells: Leaders of Social Reform in 19th and 20th Century America, a two-year project to digitize five collections housed at the Schlesinger Library, comprising 189,074 pages, covering four generations of the Blackwell Family. The collections span from 1784 to 1981 and detail the activities of members of the Blackwell family in abolition, temperance, women's suffrage, and education. (RD10126-13)

Massachusetts Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$32,500 to support the salary of a project archivist who will provide on-site assistance to records repositories, grant-writing workshops, a historical forum, a statewide regrant program, and participation in a national archival organization. (RC10169-13)

Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA
$125,182 to support a project to establish an archives for the college. Founded in 1945, Berklee employs a demanding and pragmatic educational approach that includes jazz, R&B, pop, rock, gospel, and other forms of music. Alumni include producer and composer Quincy Jones, jazz saxophonist Branford Marsalis, songwriter Melissa Etheridge, and film composer Alan Silvestri. (RH50031-12)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
$42,950 to support a one-year project to digitize the records of Horace Mann Bond (1904-1972), African American historian, college president, writer, and social science researcher. (RD10101-12)

Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
$15,000 to support the Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board and its Roving Archivist Program. An archivist will work with as many as 17 institutions to assess their collections and provide advice on records processing, access, preservation, and institutional management. (RC10126-12)

Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
$75,692 to support a two-year project to process 74 manuscript collections drawn from the 18th and 19th centuries on Massachusetts history, including maritime history, notable Essex County individuals and families, volunteer militia, and Civil War campaigns. (RP50055-11)

City of Boston, Boston, MA
$91,604 to support a two-year project to consolidate the city's archival records in one location and establish procedures for the systematic transfer of records from government offices to the city archives. (RB50144-11)

Amherst College, Amherst, MA
$56,744 to process and make available the papers of three notable figures in post-World War II international politics and diplomacy: Charles R. Kades, who helped draft the constitution for Japan; Karl Loewenstein, who developed the post-war constitution and civil administration in Germany; and Willard R. Thorp, Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs under President Truman, and one of the principal architects of the Marshall Plan. (RP50040-10)

Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Stockbridge, MA
$108,213 to process and make available approximately 725 cubic feet of material on American artist Norman Rockwell and other 20th century American artists. (RB50088-10)

Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
$20,000 to support basic activities, three regional focus group meetings with stakeholders who will participate in strategic planning efforts, and a forum to introduce the goals of the new strategic plan. (RC10085-10)

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA
$69,500 to support a college archives and special collections electronic records start-up. (RE10026-10)

Simmons College, Boston, MA
$138,182 to build a digital curriculum laboratory for electronic records management, in partnership with students at New York University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. (DG10011-10)

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$150,000 to support the digitization of the control files of the Adams Papers collection. (DS50003-09)

Tufts University, Medford, MA
$149,974 to support an accessioning program for electronic records. (RE10005-08)

City of Boston, Boston, MA
$113,400 to implement a city-wide archives and records management program, including the creation of a general finding aid to all 14,000 linear feet of records. (RA10057)

Northeastern University, Boston, MA
$84,729 to support the second year of its African American and Latino History project. (RA05605-06)

Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA
$143,050 to process the personal papers of Sterling Clark, businessman and art collector, and the institutional records of the institute. The Sterling Clark Papers, which cover the period 1912-1950 and total 83 linear feet, include correspondence, diaries, journals related to art purchases, records of early appraisals of works of art, receipts, and glass plate negatives. (RA05645-06)

City of Boston, Boston, MA
$113,861 to arrange, describe, and publish a finding aid on the Internet to approximately 250 cubic feet of records relating to the desegregation era of the Boston City Schools. (2005-085)

City of Newton, Newton, MA
$20,237 to preserve and make accessible to the public three centuries of municipal records in the Newton City Archives. (2005-042)

Northeastern University, Boston, MA
$89,985 to process and make available 436 cubic feet of manuscripts relating to Latino and African American communities in Boston. The records from six nonprofit organizations will add to those of the university. (2005-055)

Tufts University, Medford, MA
$196,908 for the Fedora and the Preservation of University Records project, to test the capabilities of the Fedora (Flexible Extensible Digital Object and Repository Architecture) software to serve as an electronic records preservation system at the Digital Collections and Archives of Tufts University and the Manuscripts and Archives section of the Yale University Library. (2004-083)

Smith College, Northampton, MA
$182,091 for the Archiving the Records of the YWCA of the USA project, to process and make available 813 linear feet of the YWCA dating from 1860 to 2003. A records management program will also be initiated in order to help ensure that historically valuable records created at the YWCA national office in Washington, DC, continue to be preserved. (2004-098)

Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$100,000 for a regrant project to continue to assist local repositories, increase the accessibility of historical records, improve the documentation of Massachusetts history, develop networks that can have a long-term impact on records and the historical records community, and implement the SHRAB's 1999 strategic plan. (2004-021)

Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$18,800 in partial support of two regional meetings of the New England boards. (2004-013)

City of Somerville, Somerville, MA
$15,400 to help develop a strategic plan for managing the city's records and ensuring that records with enduring value are properly preserved. (2003-101)

City of Boston, Boston, MA
$79,701 for its Public Schools Desegregation-Era Records Project to arrange, describe, and publish a Web-based finding aid to some 400 cubic feet of records relating to the desegregation era in city schools. (2003-070)

Massachusetts Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$50,000 for a regrant project to continue to assist local repositories, to increase the accessibility of historical records, to improve the documentation of Massachusetts, to develop networks that can have a long-term impact on records and the historical records community, and to implement the board's strategic plan. (2003-002)

Immigrant City Archives, Lawrence, MA
$24,663 for its Essex Company Collection Preservation Project to organize, describe, and make available its Essex Company Collection; to deal with photographic images in the collection; and to produce a curriculum unit based on the collection. (2002-081)

New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA
$84,603 for its Archives Development Project to establish an archives and records management program. (2002-078)

Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$20,000 in partial support of the board's administrative expenses for two years. (2002-031)

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$142,239 for its Archival Research Fellowships Program, to be instituted on behalf of itself, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University, and the WGBH Educational Foundation. (2001-094 and 2001-080)

American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA
$92,025 for its Manuscript Collections Access Project to support the cataloging and electronic dissemination of information about the museum's 740 manuscript collections and the processing of 25 of these collections that remain unarranged and undescribed. (2001-082)

The Global Industry Interagency Group, Woburn, MA
$199,998 for its Good Electronic Recordkeeping Practices Project to pull together from the best available knowledge and practices Good Electronic Records Practices for the long-term preservation of and access to electronic records. (2001-032)

Concord Free Public Library, Concord, MA
$39,275 to improve access to and preservation of the 5, 884 images making up the Robbins-Mills Collection of Herbert Wendell Gleason Photographic Negatives (Gleason Collection). (2000-107)

Massachusetts Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$150,000 for its SHRAB Collaborative Action Regrant Project to help local repositories increase the accessibility of historical records, improve the documentation of Massachusetts history, develop networks that can have a long-term impact on records and the historical records community, identify permanent funding sources for outreach and grant programs, and revise the strategic plan. (99-069)

Northeastern University, Boston, MA
$153,155 for a project to identify, locate, and secure collections for four under-documented Boston communities-the African American, Chinese, lesbian and gay, and Puerto Rican-and to arrange and describe three major collections documenting organizations from three of these communities. (98-100)

Concord Free Public Library, Concord, MA
$7,547 for a 12-month project to provide access to and preserve 1, 735 negatives (1870-1937) contained in five collections. (97-063)

WGBH Foundation, Boston, MA
$60,000 to develop and build support for a Universal Preservation Format (UPF) for audio and video digital recordings. (97-029)

Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$69,302 for an 18-month, strategic planning project to consider the board's mission and goals, identify strategic issues, and involve stakeholders in developing an action agenda and plan. (97-024)

Northeastern University, Boston, MA
$59,833 to process and make accessible the records of Freedom House, a community-based social agency in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and the personal papers of its founders, Muriel and Otto Snowden. (96-062)
Project Web Site

Five Colleges, Incorporated, Amherst, MA
$41,760 for a three-year project to help secondary school teachers probe the history of slavery and emancipation via primary documents and to enable them to use these primary documents in their classrooms. (95-108)

Concord Free Public Library, Concord, MA
$59,487 to improve local control over, physical storage of, and national and regional access to the 800 linear feet of archival and manuscript materials that comprise the Vault Collection. The Vault Collection includes the papers of Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson, as well as account books, parish records, and diaries depicting everyday life in Concord since the 18th century. Collection descriptions will be entered into RLIN (Research Libraries Information Network), OCLC (Online Computer Library Center), and the regional Minuteman Library Network. (95-048)

President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
$52,834 to implement a preservation program for more than 3,700 daguerreotypes (ca. 1840-1865) housed at 14 repositories throughout the university, to improve accessibility to the images by providing consistent bibliographic descriptions of the collections, and to create surrogate images of approximately 700 items for research use. (95-044)
Project Web Site

Boston College, Thomas P. O'Neill Library, Chestnut Hill, MA
$2,000,000 to enhance, preserve, and improve computerized access to the library's research, instructional and government documents collections. (95-028)

President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
$46,182 for a one-year project to process the approximately 450 cubic feet (1938-92) that make up the records of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. (94-110)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
$61,509 for a 16-month project to create approximately 600 collection-level MARC AMC (MAchine-Readable Cataloging Archival and Manuscripts Control) format records using the Research Libraries Information Network (RLIN). The RLIN records also will be loaded into BARTON, the MIT Libraries' online catalog. (94-108)

WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston, MA
$48,540 for a one-year project to gain intellectual control over approximately 635 linear feet of records of the Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council (1945-58) and the WGBH Educational Foundation (1951-90). (94-096)

Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA
$37,232 for a one-year project to process and make accessible 117 cubic feet of institutional records and 23 cubic feet of manuscript materials. (94-087)

Lasell College, Newton, MA
$1,500 to hire a consultant to assist the college with plans to develop an archives and records management program for its records. (94-086)

Berkshire County Historical Society, Pittsfield, MA
$27,965 for a 15-month project to develop an archival program for the society's collections. (94-052)

Radcliffe College, Schlesinger Library, Cambridge, MA
$30,850 to host an archival administration fellowship. (93-049)

President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
$85,164 to appraise, arrange, and describe 1,400 cubic feet of the archives of the Unitarian Universalist Association and two predecessor organizations, the Universalist Church of America and the American Unitarian Association, and to prepare retention guidelines for the active records. (92-140)

City of Gloucester, Gloucester, MA
$30,333 to develop an archives and records management program for the city's records. (92-114)

Friends of Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA
$19,600 to establish a formal archival program at the cemetery, arrange and describe the archival records of the cemetery, and prepare a procedures manual for the care of garden cemetery records. (92-109)

City of Gloucester, Gloucester, MA
$3,000 for a consultant to advise on the establishment of an archives and records program. (91-078)

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston, MA
$37,300 to establish an archives and records management program. (90-115)

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, MA
$152,787 to prepare a publication on the functional and institutional components of the U.S. health care system, with additional information on documentary issues and problems specific to these functions and institutions. (90-037)

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston, MA
$3,450 for consultation on the appraisal and placement of its archival records and the establishment of a records management system. (90-004)

Metropolitan District Commission, Boston, MA
$48,843 to bring its records under control by developing retention schedules; surveying, appraising, describing, and preserving those records; and transferring original documents to the State Archives. The MDC has jurisdiction over parks, reservoirs, and similar public works in the Boston area. (88-113)

President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
$67,580 to assess the current status of archival descriptive standards, identify standards that need to be developed, prepare a handbook of practical information about standards, and address other issues relating to standards development and implementation. (88-105, 88-105S, 91-050S)

Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA
$31,390 to develop an archives and records management program at the museum, including long-range planning for continuation of the program. (88-096)

American Mathematical Society, Cambridge, MA
$4,668 to hire a consultant to survey the records of the society and to recommend approaches to developing a records management program. (88-036)

Forbes Library, Northampton, MA
$2,750 for a consultant to evaluate the papers of President Calvin Coolidge held by the library and to recommend preservation and access measures for them. The Forbes Library is the largest repository of Coolidge papers outside of the Library of Congress. (87-120)

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA
$54,204 to support development of an archives and records management program for the museum's records and other manuscript materials relating to individuals who were driving forces in establishing art collections in the late 19th-century United States. (87-119)

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA
$11,718 to microfilm the Mary Lyon papers and a collection of letters from leading educators in 19th-century New England relating to the development of women's education. Included are letters of Catharine Beecher, Emma Willard, Joseph Emerson, Amos Eaton, and Edward Hitchcock. (87-107)

City of Boston, Boston, MA
$40,000 for development of Boston's municipal archives program. (86-125)

Peabody Museum of Salem, Salem, MA
$21,000 to preserve and make available the museum's maritime history manuscript collections. The collections document the participation of Salem and New England in the lucrative trade with Africa, Asia, and Oceania from the late-17th century through the 19th century. (86-120)

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Boston, MA
$24,218 to prepare a guide to the archival records of the Courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1630 to date. (86-042)

City of Boston, Public Facilities Commission, Boston, MA
$75,000 to establish a municipal archives, covering 350 years of city government. (85-091)

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$4,139 to preserve and make available glass negatives in the Henry Wheeler, Arthur Shurcliff and Francis Blake collections. Included are negatives of important historical buildings in many Massachusetts towns, and negatives depicting the work of Shurcliff, a noted landscape architect. (84-122)

Nantucket Historical Association, Nantucket, MA
$23,236 to preserve and make available portions of its manuscript and photograph holdings and to establish an archival program for these holdings, and to inventory, identify, and store 200 reels of microfilm discovered during an earlier project. (84-096)

Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA
$27,220 to prepare an administrator's guide to preservation microfilming. (84-090)

President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
$203,313 to conduct a comprehensive survey of Harvard University's holdings of archives and manuscript materials, and to enter survey data into the Research Libraries Information Network (RLIN), the national on-line computer system of the Research Libraries Group. (84-088, 85-111)

Smith College, Northampton, MA
$2,150 for a consultant to advise on preservation, arrangement, description, and future accessions of photographs in the Sophia Smith Collection and the Smith College Archives. (84-065)

Springfield City Library, Springfield, MA
$9,000 to arrange and describe historical records relating to the growth and development of Springfield and other Connecticut Valley communities, and to train library staff in archives management. (83-042)

Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA
$10,000 to offer eight hands-on conservation workshops in the center's service region. (83-041)

Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA
$5,000 for consultation and meetings to plan a national study and develop guidelines on methods of duplicating historical photo negatives. (82-030)

Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA
$12,945 to provide practical training in conservation planning for records custodians in the northeastern United States. (82-029)

National Conservation Advisory Council, Cambridge, MA
$7,750 to draft a formal standard for protective environmental conditions for storage of paper-based library and archival holdings. (82-025)

McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA
$20,730 to establish an archives for the hospital, one of the oldest institutions in the United States for the care of the mentally ill. (81-154)

Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, North Andover, MA
$18,180 to complete a project to arrange and describe its collections, which relate to the American textile industry, and to prepare easily updated final inventories using word-processing equipment. (81-149)

Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$24,687 to analyze the current condition of historical records in the state, identify problems, frame potential solutions, and outline actions that can be taken. (81-118)

University of Massachusetts/Boston Harbor Campus, Boston, MA
$5,772 for a feasibility study leading to the survey of records of Boston area charity and community organizations. (81-064)

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
$3,059 to microfilm early records of the Massachusetts School of Nursing. (81-050)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
$20,728 to arrange and describe the papers of prominent African-American educator Horace Mann Bond (1904-72) and his family, including his father, James, and his sons, James and Julian. (80-120)

Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, North Andover, MA
$13,085 to inventory and begin work on a guide to the manuscript holdings of the museum, which relate to the American textile industry. (80-099)

Massachusetts Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records (COPAR), Cambridge, MA
$20,482 to conduct a field survey of architectural records in private hands in the Boston area. (80-083)

New England Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA
$9,650 for conservation seminars and workshops in New York, New Jersey, and New England, for an audience of archivists, records custodians, librarians, and historical society personnel. (80-080)

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Boston, MA
$31,174 to convert endangered nitrate negatives to safety film. The negatives, produced from the 1890s to the 1930s, relate to New England architectural history and include systematic photo surveys of entire areas. (80-053)

Social Law Library, Boston, MA
$72,869 for conservation of additional records of the Suffolk Inferior Court of Common Pleas, 1692-1830, as part of the library's Colonial Court Records Project and the Massachusetts Judicial Records Commission's plan for a statewide court records conservation program. (79-100)

Massachusetts Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records (COPAR), Cambridge, MA
$5,880 for a pilot project to survey architectural records in private hands and in architectural offices in the Boston area, and to lay the groundwork for additional surveys and accessions. (79-076)

New England Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA
$32,971 to further develop the center's microform consulting and production services program. (79-061)

Immigrant City Archives, Lawrence, MA
$11,000 to survey, accession, preserve, and process records relating to ethnic communities in Lawrence. (79-056, 80-059)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
$5,640 for restoration of architectural theses and drawings in the M.I.T. Historical Collections. (79-039)

County of Franklin, Greenfield, MA
$14,456 for the survey, description, and conservation of municipal records throughout Franklin County. (79-028)

Radcliffe College, Schlesinger Library, Cambridge, MA
$16,270 in support of its Archives of Women's Organizations program. (79-004)

Clark University, Worcester, MA
$14,760 to process, preserve, and prepare a register to the papers of Robert H. Goddard and Esther K. Goddard relating to early technical and theoretical work in rocketry. (78-126)

Ashfield Historical Society, Ashfield, MA
$31,900 for preservation, duplication, and description of selected glass plate photo negatives in the Howes Brothers collection. These photos, ca. 1880-1907, document many aspects of life in the Connecticut River Valley. (78-124)

Massachusetts Judicial Records Committee, Boston, MA
$57,935 to develop verified sampling techniques applicable to case files in the post-1859 records of the Superior Court of Massachusetts. (78-110)

King's Chapel, Boston, MA
$3,200 for an archival consultant to advise on the appraisal, arrangement, and description of the records of King's Chapel, an active church since the late-17th century. (78-105)

Massachusetts Archives Advisory Commission, Boston, MA
$8,500 to continue a Massachusetts historical document survey, to conduct workshops in archival inventory techniques, and to refine a statewide historical records preservation plan. (78-098)

Social Law Library, Boston, MA
$37,787 to preserve records of the Suffolk Inferior Court. (78-013)

Archdiocese of Boston, Boston, MA
$42,820 to hire a professional archivist to develop an archival program for the records of the archdiocese, arrange and describe the archives of the archdiocese, publish a guide to its holdings, and refine policies and procedures for an ongoing archival program. (78-012, 79-030)

New England Document Conservation Center, North Andover, MA
$73,745 to develop an archival microform capability and an archival microform consulting service. (77-124)

Historic Newton, Newton, MA
$22,400 for inventory, appraisal, and basic preservation activities for the records of the City of Newton, a community which separated from Cambridge in 1679. (77-121)

Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board, Boston, MA
$13,400 to support a survey of archival repositories in Massachusetts and to develop a comprehensive statewide records preservation plan. (77-101)

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
$1,705 to microfilm for preservation the letterbooks of Louis Agassiz, a major figure in American science in the mid-19th century and founder of the museum, and his son Alexander, second director of the museum. (77-098)

Massachusetts Judicial Records Committee, Boston, MA
$7,835 to survey the historical records of the Massachusetts Superior Court and its predecessors dating back to 1692, publish an inventory of the records, and make recommendations toward an improved historical records program for the Superior Court System. (77-091)

New England Document Conservation Center, North Andover, MA
$5,800 for support of regional conservation seminars in the New England states. (77-070)

New England Document Conservation Center, North Andover, MA
$11,850 for support of the center's conservation training program. (77-069)

Radcliffe College, Schlesinger Library, Cambridge, MA
$26,302 to arrange and describe the records of the North Bennet Street Industrial School, which was founded in Boston's North End in 1881 to offer vocational education and other programs to serve the local immigrant population. (76-073, 77-123)

Subtotal (Records Projects) $7,838,884

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Publications Projects

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$4,294,053 for the Adams Family Papers. (1976-2014)
Project In Progress
Project Web Site

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
Endorsement for the Robert Treat Paine Papers, for an online edition of the papers of this lawyer, state legislator, and member of the Continental Congress. (2010)

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$59,500 to support a Fellowship at the Adams Family Papers. (DF10008-10)

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$55,000 to support a Fellowship at the Adams Family Papers. (DF10004-07)

Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA
$90,000 for subvention support for the Adams Papers. (through 2003)

Clark University, Worcester, MA
$468,902 for the Documentary History of George Rapp's Harmony Society. (1982-91)

Northeastern University Press, Boston, MA
$43,800 for subvention support for the Papers of Charles Sumner and the Diary of Elizabeth Drinker. (1991)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
$85,339 for the Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. (1980-90)
Project Completed at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

MIT Press, Cambridge, MA
$4,488 for subvention support for the Journal and Letters of James McKeen Cattell. (1981)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
$162,342 for the Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child. (1977-80)
Project Completed

Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA
$26,150 for the Papers of the Women's Trade Union League and Its Principal Leaders. (1975-78)
Project Completed

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
$16,165 for the Papers of W.E.B. DuBois. (1978)
Project Completed

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$23,000 for Plymouth Court Records, 1686-1859. (1977)
Project Completed

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
$48,790 for the Papers Relating to the Quincy, Wendell, Holmes, and Upham Families at the Massachusetts Historical Society together with the Quincy, Wendell, Holmes, and Upham Family Papers in the Collection of Hugh Upham Clark, of Arlington, Virginia. (1976-77)
Project Completed

Subtotal (Publications Projects) $5,377,529

TOTAL $13,216,413

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