Archival supplies small grants





(Photo Margaret Cherin, former archivist at Bard College at Simon’s Rock.  She recommended that oral history project coordinators consider the archive where their work will go even before they begin to do interviews.  We pass that advice along.)




This post is a grant announcement from the Mass SCHRAB

The Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board (MA SHRAB) is excited to announce, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), that grants of up to $500 are now available to cultural institutions in Massachusetts for the purchase of archival supplies.

Any institution or organization that maintains archival collections may apply, and preference will be given to those who have already received a Roving Archivist assessment and to those with collections spanning 500 linear feet or less (to learn more about the Roving Archivist program, please visit the SHRAB website). Funds may also cover supplies that are necessary to maintain research and reading room safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A small cost share of 25% is required from applicants, which can be covered through matching funds or in-kind services. For more information and to apply, please review the SHRAB Institutional Application for Regrants or email SH…

The deadline for applications is February 7, 2022. 

Sarah-Jane M. Poindexter
Roving Archivist

Massachusetts State Historic Records Advisory Board
Pronouns: she/her/hers

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