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Endangered Archives Programme Calls for Applications

The British Library’s Endangered Archives Programme (EAP) is now accepting grant applications for its next round of funding. Applications are due on Nov. 7, 2014 and can be submitted in English or French.

Archival materials considered for the EAP grant relate to a premodern period of history, which typically means any period before industrialization. Materials can include rare printed books, newspapers, periodicals, and photographs.

The EAP, which is sponsored by Arcadia, has funded 244 projects in 77 countries since it launched 10 years ago. Its goal is to contribute to the preservation of global archival materials that are in danger of being destroyed, are neglected, or are physically deteriorating.

Source: British Library

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