Hagley Museum and Library Grants-in-Aid of Research
Awarded by Hagley Museum and Library
To assist with travel and living expenses while using the research collections.
Candidates may apply for research in the imprint, manuscript, pictorial and artefact collections of the Hagley Museum and Library. In addition the resources of the 125 libraries in the greater Philadelphia area will be at the disposal of the visiting scholar. The Research Fellowship is to be used only in the Hagley Library.
Open to degree candidates and advanced scholars of any nationality. Research must be relevant to Hagley's collections.
Up to US$1,600 per month
Applicants must submit a completed application form with a five-page proposal.
March 31st, June 30th or October 29th
Located along the Brandywine River on the site of the first du Pont black powder works, the Hagley Museum and Library provide a unique glimpse into American life at home and at work in the 19th century. Set among more than 230 acres of trees and flowering shrubs, Hagley offers a diversity of restorations, exhibits and live demonstrations for visitors of all ages.