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Rundown of Business History Fellowships

Links to some of the major grants programs of interest to business and economic historians:

Hagley Museum and Library
    Hagley Grants and Fellowships, overview
    Henry Belin du Pont Fellowship
    Henry Belin du Pont Dissertation Fellowship
    Grants-in-aid for Research at the Hagley
Harvard Business School
    Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship
    Thomas K. McCraw Fellowship in Business History
    Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., Travel Fellowships
    Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., International Visiting Scholars in Business History Program
BAC Bursary for Business History Research
Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry Grants
Chemical Heritage Foundation Fellowships
Clark Research Grant Program, Benson Ford Research Center
EHA Research Fellowships
Economic History Society Grants
German Historical Institute, Washington, DC
    German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, Fellowship Overview
    GHI Doctoral Fellowship in International Business History
    GHI Fellowship in the History of Consumption
    GHI Fellowship in Economic and Social History
Hartman Center Research Grants
Lemelson Center Fellowships, at the National Museum of American History
Library Company of Philadelphia Fellowships
Pasold Research Fund, for research in textile history
PEAES Fellowships
Rockefeller Archive Center Grants
SHOT Fellowships
Virginia Historical Society, Betty Sams Christian Fellowships in Business History

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