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      1,594  Grants awarded for  $742,266,305
      Grantee ProjectDateAmountLocationProgram
      Washington State UniversityMukurtu Shared: Platform for Archiving and Curation of Native American Collections09/11/17$555,000Pullman, WA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Washington State UniversityA Comprehensive Online Portal for Electronic Literature Works05/17/18$42,000Pullman, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of WashingtonSenior Library Conservator Endowment09/13/12$1,250,000Seattle, WA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Washington University in St. LouisHydra Implementation Project07/21/14$50,000St. Louis, MO, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association, Inc.Video Archive Collection Assessment09/20/10$61,500Arlington, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      National Symphony Orchestra Association of Washington, D.C.Audio Preservation12/09/10$200,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      The George Washington UniversityResearch on the Future of Libraries - Centers of Excellence for Information Services12/06/12$55,000Washington, DC, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of WashingtonUniversity Press Diversity Fellowship Program II12/13/18$1,205,000Seattle, WA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Washington University in St. LouisThe Eyes on the Prize Preservation Project03/10/11$550,000St. Louis, MO, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Survivors of the Shoah Visual History FoundationDigital Access08/23/02$9,000Los Angeles, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Survivors of the Shoah Visual History FoundationDigital Access12/16/02$1,000,000Los Angeles, CA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaElectronic Publishing Services 12/17/07$24,400Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaScholarly Editing Workshop06/19/09$90,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaFederating Repositories of Accessible Learning Materials for Higher Education12/13/18$1,000,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaSocial Networks and Archival Context - Cooperative Program Planning03/13/14$345,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public PolicyDeveloping an Online Prosopographical Database of the Founding Era - Phase I09/18/08$327,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaPlanning for Digital Edition Publishing Cooperatives12/07/17$100,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaScholarly Communications Institute03/14/08$1,203,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public PolicyDeveloping an Online Prosopographical Database of the Founding Era - Phase IV03/13/14$609,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaVirtual Collections in American Studies01/25/02$47,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaElectronic Imprint Part IV [Rotunda]06/13/08$750,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaEarly American Fiction - Phase II06/18/99$500,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      University of VirginiaDigital Imprint II 06/11/04$638,000Charlottesville, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Library of Virginia FoundationVirginia Historical Inventory Project09/12/97$270,000Richmond, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications
      Virginia Historical SocietySpecial Collections - Assessment 12/16/02$196,000Richmond, VA, United StatesScholarly Communications