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        1,439  Grants awarded for  $639,065,805
        GranteeProjectDate AmountLocationProgram
        Henry E. Huntington Library & Art GalleryLibrary Conservation06/17/81$450,000San Marino, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Pierpont Morgan LibraryConservation Endowment03/18/81$600,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Newberry LibraryConservation Endowment03/18/81$600,000Chicago, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Tulane UniversityResearch Libraries Group Affiliation06/18/80$53,000New Orleans, LA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Johns Hopkins UniversityResearch Libraries Group Affiliation03/19/80$58,000Baltimore, MD, United StatesScholarly Communications
        New York UniversityResearch Libraries Group Affiliation03/19/80$56,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Northwestern UniversityResearch Libraries Group Affiliation03/19/80$60,000Evanston, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of PennsylvaniaResearch Libraries Group03/28/79$130,000Philadelphia, PA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Atlanta University Center, Inc.Library Planning12/13/78$10,000Atlanta, GA, United StatesScholarly Communications
        New-York Historical SocietyIndependent Research Libraries Program06/15/77$175,000New York, NY, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Yale UniversityResearch Libraries Group06/15/76$160,000New Haven, CT, United StatesScholarly Communications
        University of TorontoEast Asian Library12/12/73$75,000Toronto, Ontario, CanadaScholarly Communications
        Newberry LibraryCollection Endowment09/19/72$500,000Chicago, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications
        Associated Colleges of the Midwest, Inc.Newberry Library Seminar in the Humanities06/17/69$70,000Chicago, IL, United StatesScholarly Communications