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Canisius University

Buffalo, New York

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Brown University

Providence, Rhode Island

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Gratz College

Melrose Park, Pennsylvania

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University of Denver

Denver, Colorado

National Archives and Records Administration

Abilene, Kansas

University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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HBCU Radio Preservation Project

United States - Nationwide

Civil Rights Cold Case Records Review Board

Washington, D.C.

Civil Rights Cold Case Records Review Board

Washington, D.C.

Iowa State University

Ames, Iowa

Alfred University

Alfred, New York

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Rockefeller Archive Center

Sleepy Hollow, New York

NORC

Chicago, Illinois

The Watermill Center

Water Mill, New York

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Iowa State University

Ames, Iowa

Roy Lichtenstein Foundation

New York, New York

Institute for Advanced Study

Princeton, New Jersey

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The New York Public Library

Queens, New York

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IUPUI University Library

indianapolis, Indiana

Western Reserve Historical Society

Cleveland, Ohio

Western Reserve Historical Society

Cleveland, Ohio

Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut

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Director, Archives of American Art
The Archives of American Art (AAA or the Archives) is part of the Smithsonian Institution. The Archives is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and includes a research center in New York City, and microfilm repositories in Boston, Massachusetts; Fort Worth, Texas; and San Francisco and San Marino, California.  With a collection of more than 30 million items, the Archives is the largest and most widely used resource in the world on the history of American art and a leader in digitizing archival material and making it available to scholars, artists, and those in the art world as well as to teachers, students, and a broader public, both in the United States and around the globe.  In addition, the Archives has an ongoing oral history project to document living artists, produces an annual award


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