Resources: U.S. Research Fellowships from Scholarly Organizations

Most major U.S. research libraries and centers have fellowship programs; in the United States, meta-lists include the Association of Research Libraries membership list and the National Archives list of presidential libraries; see also "Research Grants at Presidential Libraries." Looking ahead to the 2019-2020 academic year, we provide a (very) partial listing of major research organizations that offer fellowships.
American Antiquarian Society Fellowships
American Philosophical Society Fellowships
Baker Library Fellowships, Harvard Business School
Bancroft Library Fellowships, University of California Berkeley
Beinecke Library Fellowships, Yale University
Clements Library Fellowships, University of Michigan
David Library of the American Revolution Fellowships
Folger Shakespeare Library Fellowships
Hagley Museum and Library Fellowships
Harry Ransom Center Fellowships, University of Texas Austin
Houghton Library Fellowships, Harvard University
Huntington Library Fellowships
James Ford Bell Library Fellowships, University of Minnesota
John Carter Brown Library Fellowships
Library Company of Philadelphia Fellowships
Library of Congress Kluge Fellowship
Linda Hall Library Fellowships
Newberry Library Fellowships
New York Public Library (multiple fellowships)
Peabody Essex Museum Malamy Fellowship
Rubenstein Library Fellowships, Duke University (including Hartman Center)
Smithsonian Fellowships
Wilson Library, UNC Chapel Hill
Two other resources for research funding in specific repositories are meta-lists of state historical societies and state archives.