Category Archives: grants
The AHC has completed a grant project to digitize photographs, glass plate negatives, glass lantern slides, and stereo cards from the Isberg Family papers, a collection of a Laramie family with material dating from 1884 to 1930. Continue reading
The American Heritage Center is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of a grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund for the 2015 calendar year. The grant will fund the digitization, preservation, and online access of four collections … Continue reading
We hope that you can join us on March 11th for Dr. Ellen Wald’s lecture! Dr. Wald is the 2012 recipient of the Bernard Majewski research fellowship.
Have you ever passed a dam and paused to think of how it came to be? In the early and mid 20th century, the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation industriously set to altering much of the hydrological … Continue reading
Another Depression-era collection has been processed and made available online thanks to an NHPRC grant! Two important news events during the Great Depression were the Charles Lindbergh baby kidnapping case and the conviction of Al Capone. Frank Wilson, Chief of … Continue reading
The AHC has completed a project to digitize over 900 negatives from Rawlins-area photographer Frank Meyers. Frank J. Meyers (1890-1973) purchased the Rawlins photography business of Hugh J. Rogner in 1923. Meyers ran the business for 50 years until his … Continue reading
Jack Benny on a USO tour, 1945 Another Depression era collection has been processed thanks to the NHPRC grant! 130 cubic feet of Jack Benny papers have been re-processed, and the finding aid is now available online. An inexpensive … Continue reading