Grants, 1980-2015

Physical description:
13 boxes
Scope and content:

These materials consist of correspondence, funding requests, progress and budget reports, and grant proposals sent by CJPC staff to a variety of organizations. Represented in the grants files are: Campaign for Human Development; Clark Foundation; Paul Green Foundation; Prepared Funders for Alternatives to the Death Penalty; SOROS; Triangle Community Foundation; and Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. There are also files for several smaller grants received from individuals or foundations. Documents with Social Security numbers and similar personal information have been removed or redacted by library staff.


Arranged alphabetically by the name of the foundation. Within, files are in original mixed order.


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Access note. Collection contains some fragile audiovisual/photographic formats that may need to be reformatted before use. Contact Research Services for access.

Access note. Collection contains some electronic materials that require special equipment. Contact Research Services with questions.

Access restricted. Collection contains correspondence to and from incarcerated persons who are still living. These files have been segregated and are closed until 2060 or the death of the individual. Materials by and about deceased inmates are open to research access. Contact Research Services for more information.

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