Articles with keyword "50 States of Preservation"
An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant helps Delaware State University preserve a treasure trove of historic photographs.
An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant helps Fort Smith Museum of History preserve treasured artifacts of the town's past for thousands of visitors each year.
NEH Preservation Assistance Grants have helped Oklahoma's Edmond Historical Society & Museum preserve photographs, farm equipment, furniture, and artifacts documenting Edmond from its pioneer roots to the present.
the Katirvik Cultural Center maintains an ethnographic collection of materials from the Inupiat, Yupik, and St. Lawrence Island Yupik peoples of Alaska.
An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant helped Rockingham Free Public Library preserve photographs showing the town's history.
This feature is part of a series we call “50 States of Preservation,” in which we are touring small and mid-sized museums, libraries, historical societies, and other repositories
NEH Preservation Assistance Grants help Museum of Northern Arizona preserve 650,000 items telling the story of the Colorado Plateau's people and natural environment.
Stowe’s work was significant for its breadth and its influence on public opinion, an unusual feat for a woman of her time.
An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant helps Uintah County cultural institutions prepare for emergency care for fossils, textiles, documents, and photographs of Utah and its peoples.
An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant helps the Historic Mobile Preservation Society preserve and provide access to records of the first United States Mardi Gras and a historic home of the Old South.