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      13  Grants awarded for  $4,966,900
      Grantee ProjectDateAmountLocationProgram
      University of LondonCourtauld Institute of Art10/19/01$49,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      University of LondonGraduate Research Fellowships12/15/06$729,900London, United KingdomHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of LondonChair in the History of Art, Science, and Folk Practice12/08/16$530,000London, United KingdomArts and Cultural Heritage
      University of LondonInstitute of Historical Research 06/21/02$235,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      University of LondonEpiDoc Front-End Services05/22/17$71,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      University of LondonInstitute of Historical Research/British History Online03/19/04$900,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      University of LondonInstitute of Historical Research/British History Online II03/20/06$900,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      University of LondonSawyer Seminars - Fratricide/Fraternite06/13/08$144,000London, United KingdomHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of LondonGraduate Research Fellowships03/16/01$480,000London, United KingdomHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of LondonGraduate Research Fellowships03/21/03$553,000London, United KingdomHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of LondonWarburg Institute - Correspondence of Aby Warburg [Special Collections]06/11/04$248,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      University of LondonWarburg Institute - Correspondence of Aby Warburg [Special Collections]12/15/06$92,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications
      University of LondonWarburg Institute07/06/01$35,000London, United KingdomScholarly Communications