The Tennessee State Library and Archives just announced it will grant funds to 29 organizations across the state to preserve historical records and improve record storage. These funds may be used for items such as shelving, cabinets, archival folders, boxes, dehumidifiers, and other tools used by archivists. TSLA grants can make a big difference when it comes to keeping records safe and protected, as well as ensuring their long-term survival and use. We were thrilled to see six AASLH members on the list of awardees, and we congratulate them on their hard work and commitment to preserving history!
- Williamson County Archives (Franklin), members since 2013, awarded $5,000
- Bemis Mill Village (Bemis), members since 2003, awarded $3,700
- Heritage Alliance of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia (Jonesborough), members since 2003, awarded $3,000
- Stax Museum of American Soul Music (Memphis), members since 2005, awarded $2,700
- Travellers Rest Historic House (Nashville), members since 2003, awarded $1,725
- University of Memphis, C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa (Memphis), members since 2009, awarded $3,000
If you want to learn more about how to write and receive grants at your organization, check out our March webinars!
Getting Ready for Grants March 2 @3 pm EST
Writing the Grant: What’s the Process Like? March 9 @ 3 pm EST