CALL FOR ENTRIES
Charles E. Beveridge 2021 Research Fellowship
Supporting research and projects
utilizing the Olmsted Archives at
Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
Application Deadline: April 30, 2021
The Charles E. Beveridge Research Fellowship honors the eminent scholar, Charles E. Beveridge, Series Editor of The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, and devoted friend of Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site and its archives and collections. The award will be made annually directly to one or more selected recipients.
The Beveridge Fellowship supports research and projects utilizing the Olmsted Archives at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site and the continued development of scholarship related to the Olmsted legacy.
WHO SHOULD APPLY
Students and professionals engaged in art or architectural history, landscape architecture, architecture, urban planning, historic preservation, engineering, American studies, or related disciplines.
The Fellowship consists of a stipend (up to $3,000). There may be more than one award in a given year.
Applicants currently enrolled in graduate academic and professional programs, or who have completed their studies, are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to emerging professionals. Public agencies may also apply to broaden the understanding of the Olmsted legacy at the state, regional, and municipal level. The Fellowship cannot be used to supplement fees associated with commercial, for-profit contracts. The research project must utilize the Olmsted Archives at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site; other related repositories may also be helpful. For example, the Library of Congress contains the majority of the Olmsted firm’s correspondence and Harvard’s Loeb Library has an extensive collection related to John Charles Olmsted.
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