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Appalachian Mountain Club Historical Photograph Digitization Project
Scanning and inventory 1,000 photographic prints of New Englanders enjoying the outdoors between 1930-1950.
Appalachian Mountain Club
Boston, MA, Suffolk County (Greater Boston)

project director: Rebecca Fullerton
grant type: Research Inventory
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $1,500
Proctor Comb and Button Manufacturing Inventory
Inventory of 12 boxes of artifacts and records from the Proctor Comb and Button Manufacturing Company, a significant industry in the town from the mid-1800s into the early 1900s.
Northborough Historical Society
Northborough, MA, Worcester County (Central)

project director: Ellen Racine
grant type: Research Inventory
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $1,500
Gardner's Colony for the Insane: A Story to Tell
Inventory of negatives and photographs taken at Gardener's Colony for the Insane during the 1950s and 1960s and reproduce them in print for researchers and online for the public.
Westminster Historical Society
Westminster, MA, Worcester County (Central)

project director: Betsy Hannula
grant type: Research Inventory
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $1,500
Family Reading Program
A reading and discussion series for fathers and their five-to-nine year olds based on our Family Adventures in Reading program.
Foxborough Regional Charter School
Foxborough, MA, Norfolk County (Southeast)

project director: Karen Harris
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $3,160
Work + House Research and Exhibit Grant
Research, design, and installation of Work + House, an exhibit focused on workers' housing in the city's industrial past that began with the paper and textile mills.
City of Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development
Pittsfield, MA, Berkshire County (Berkshire)

project director: Megan Whilden
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $5,000
James Baldwin Transmedia Project
A series of six events combining film, live performances, and conversations with community leaders and humanities scholars on Baldwin's life, work, and message of equality.
Maysles Institute
New York, NY, New York County

project director: Karen Thorsen
grant type:
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $24,990
Worcester Revolution 1774
A county-wide reenactment of the events of September, 1774, when the local British government was overthrown by weaponless militiamen.
Worcester Historical Museum
Worcester, MA, Worcester County (Central)

project director: William D. Wallace
grant type: Project: Crisis, Community, & Civic Culture
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $10,000
The A.R.T of Human Rights
An extensive collaborative program exploring art and human rights, to be held as interactive seminars, theatrical productions and public conversations at the Loeb Drama Center and participating schools and organizations.
American Repertory Theatre
Cambridge, MA, Middlesex County (Greater Boston)

project director: Timothy P. McCarthy
grant type: Project: Crisis, Community, & Civic Culture
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $10,000
The Golden Door
Performances of a new musical play on the immigration history of Boston and honoraria for a humanities scholar and panelists for post-performance talk back in three communities.
In Good Company
Boston, MA, Suffolk County (Greater Boston)

project director: Kay Dunlap
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $3,970
Sanford Tavern Archaeology Field Training Program
A summer school for budding archaeologists from underserved area high schools.
Sons and Daughters of Hawley, Inc.
Hawley, MA, Franklin County (CT Valley)

project director: John F. Sears
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $4,334
Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" in a new adaptation.
Production of two performances of an adaptation of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" with performances at Springfield Historical Museum and including an educational outreach component to include Springfield youth participants and play development workshops in Greenfield.
Old Deerfield Productions, Inc.
Deerfield, MA, Franklin County (CT Valley)

project director: Linda McInerney
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $5,000
Multi-Sensory Interpretation at Gore Place
Finalization of improvements to their accessibility measures for sight-impaired visitors, including experiential interpretation, and for a workshop sharing best practices learned from this project.
Gore Place
Waltham, MA, Middlesex County (Metrowest Boston)

project director: Thom Roach
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $5,000
Religion Refocused
A partnership with upwards of ten faith-based groups of diverse traditions uniting to host five film-and-discussion events on civics and religion.
The Pluralism Project
Cambridge, MA, Middlesex County (Greater Boston)

project director: Elinor Pierce
grant type: Project: Engaging New Audiences
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $10,000
Women at Work: An Oral History of Working Class Women in Fall RIver, MA 1910-1940
Documentation of the oral histories of the working-class life of women and/or their descendants during the 1910-1940 period.
Fall River Historical Society
Fall River, MA, Bristol County (Southeast)

project director: Joyce B. Rodrigues
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $5,000
Sojourner Truth's Florence
Transportation of 75 Commonwealth Academy students to Sojourner Truth's Florence abolition and slavery walking tour, which will also be overhauled with streamlined, age-appropriate educational materials and online resources.
Committee for Northampton, Inc.
Florence, MA, Hampshire County (CT Valley)

project director: Terrence O'Toole
grant type: Project: Engaging New Audiences
awarded on: 2014-06-20
amount: $9,248
Listening to Change on Working Waterfront
Development of a thematic and comprehensive understanding of facilitated discussion with the fishing community recorded since 2004 on the Narrative Stage and preparation of the materials for archival storage and public access.
Community Economic Development Center of Southeast
New Bedford, MA, Bristol County (Southeast)

project director: Laura Orleans
grant type: Scholar in Residence
awarded on: 2014-03-31
amount: $3,000
Worcester Revolution 1774
A county-wide reenactment of the events of September, 1774, when the local British government was overthrown by weaponless militiamen.
Worcester Historical Museum
Worcester, MA, Worcester County (Central)

project director: William D. Wallace
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2013-12-13
amount: $10,000
Mill, Mountain, River: A Child's Eye View of Olde Colraine
A residency to produce the local history theatre piece Mill, Mountain, River: A Child's Eye View of Olde Colraine alongside third and fourth graders in Colrain, MA. The play tells the story of child workers in the Griswoldville factories and will be produced over two weeks and presented publicly as well as to the school community.
Fractured Atlas
New York, NY, New York County

project director: Jonathan Mirin
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2013-12-13
amount: $4,150
Boston Muslim Film Festival
Support for speakers, scholars, and publicity materials for the seventh annual Boston Muslim Film Festival.
American Islamic Congress
Boston, MA, Suffolk County (Greater Boston)

project director: Edina Skaljic
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2013-12-13
amount: $4,900
Stony Beach Outdoor Interpretation
Production and installation of outdoors signage to help visitors interpret the history of the precarious entrance to Boston Harbor as viewed from Stony Beach in Hull, including the stories of pilots, lifesavers, lighthouse keepers and more.
Hull Lifesaving Museum, Inc.
Hull, MA, Plymouth County (Southeast)

project director: Victoria Stevens
grant type: Project
awarded on: 2013-12-13
amount: $5,000
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