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—John D. Rockefeller, Sr.
Rockefeller Archive Center Grant Programs
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The Rockefeller Archive Center's competitive programs are designed to provide assistance to scholars who need to visit the Rockefeller Archive Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY to conduct research in its collections. The Archive Center's programs do not support research at other institutions, and they do not provide general tuition support.

We require potential grant applicants to contact the Archive Center's staff by email or by fax at 914-631-6017 well in advance of the application deadline with a description of the research project for which they seek support. Such descriptions should describe the project briefly and include the names of any individuals and institutions that are central to the story, and the years covered by the study. This will help our staff respond with a description of any relevant material in the collections located here, which in turn helps applicants complete the application form and estimate the duration of their proposed research trip.

Click on the links listed below for comprehensive information about its grants, deadlines, and grant applications.

Grants-in-Aid

Special Grant for Research in the Paul Ehrlich Papers


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