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      13  Grants awarded for  $2,301,404
      GranteeProjectDate AmountLocationProgram
      Library of CongressAssessment of storage conditions of books in academic libraries12/13/18$540,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Library of CongressPhotographic Conservation - Assessment07/05/05$40,000Washington, DC, United StatesArts and Cultural Heritage
      Library of CongressDigital Archive of the Hannah Arendt Papers12/14/98$520,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Library of CongressNational Digital Library Program06/08/98$520,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Library of CongressPostdoctoral Fellowships 12/06/96$330,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Library of CongressLatin American Studies - Library Resources and Networks - Handbook06/17/94$27,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Library of CongressCollection Evaluation10/08/93$45,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Library of CongressCzechslovak Library Assessment09/30/91$12,404Washington, DC, United StatesOther
      Library of CongressPreservation Symposium/Film12/15/88$27,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Library of CongressReassessment Project06/14/88$50,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Library of CongressBookbinding Film03/24/88$30,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Library of CongressPreservation Internships06/15/83$135,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Library of CongressAdvisory Committees03/31/76$25,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities