Records, 1974-[ongoing].

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Records, 1974-[ongoing].

Records, 1974-1990s, containing administrative files, grant applications, project planning grants, videotapes and slide presentations. The administrative files include conference and workshop proceedings, subject files, videotapes, mailing lists, and press releases pertaining to the work of the Foundation. The bulk of this collection contains the initial grant proposals that were withdrawn or rejected as unqualified as well as files on the projects that were funded by the Foundation. The latter files (called "planning grants") include applications, financial breakdowns for the Foundation's monies, project overviews, oral histories, and press releases for projects on women, Afro-Americans, Alabama history, Alabama folk and rural life, technology and education, and the role of the humanities in society. The applicants are equally diverse including county and local organizations, state universities, public libraries, museums, and churches. The videotapes and slide presentations focus on the humanities as well as Alabama history.

75 cubic ft. (75 records center cartons).

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Alabama Public Library Service

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Miles Memorial College (Birmingham, Ala.)

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Birmingham museum of Art Birmingham, Ala.

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Auburn university

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East Alabama Male College, sponsored by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was chartered in May 1856. Classes opened in 1859 in Auburn, Alabama, but the college closed during the Civil War. Reopening in 1866, the college became a land-grant institution in 1872 and changed its name to Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama. The college was known as Alabama Polytechnic Institute from 1899 to 1960, when it became Auburn University. From the description of Founders Day collec...

Mobile Public Library (Ala.)

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University of South Alabama

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University of Alabama in Birmingham

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Samford University

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Alabama Caucus of Black Aged.

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American Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.

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Nixon, E. D.

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Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

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Alabama Humanities Foundation

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The Alabama Humanities Foundation (AHF) (formerly the Alabama Committee for the Humanities and Public Policy) was founded in 1974 and serves as a private non-profit organization affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The Foundation provides grants for projects sponsored by non-profit organizations to promote understanding and appreciation of the humanities in the state of Ala. The projects must be representative of the areas of the humanities id...

Alabama Committee for the Humanities and Public Policy.

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Wheeler Basin Regional Library.

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Temple Beth El (Birmingham, Ala.)

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National Endowment for the Humanities

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University of Montevallo

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Selma Public Library.

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Spring Hill College

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University of Alabama

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Tuskegee Institute

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