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Just a note.
     I'm pleased that there is an award under Archie's name. He was a 
wonderful friend, and I was on the phone with him shortly before he 
died; he was finishing the red book series.
    More recently I met up with Joe Hickerson in Portland, OR. He was 
there at LC when I was in NY and we met up a number of times back in the 
60s.
Paul Jackson

On 2/4/2022 8:35 AM, Lerman, Maya wrote:
> Hello ARSC colleagues,
>
> Please excuse cross-postings.
>
> The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress invites applications for three competitive awards in 2022. The awards support ethnographic fieldwork with occupational groups; work with ethnographic collection materials at the Library of Congress; and activities directly involving folk artists, such as apprenticeships, recording projects, or performances.
>
>                Archie Green Fellowships<https://www.loc.gov/folklife/grants.html?loclr=eafe#archie>
>                               Supports new, original, independent field research into the culture and traditions
>                               of contemporary American workers and/or occupational groups.
>                The Gerald E. and Corinne L. Parsons Fund Award<https://www.loc.gov/folklife/grants.html?loclr=eafe#parsons>
>                               To make the collections of primary ethnographic materials housed anywhere at the
>                               Library of Congress available for the needs and uses of those in the private sector.
>                The Henry Reed Fund Award<https://www.loc.gov/folklife/grants.html?loclr=eafe#reed>
>                               Supports activities directly involving folk artists.
>
> The deadline for proposals is March 7, 2022. Information about the application and procedures is at the links above.
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> Maya Lerman
> Archivist
> Library of Congress
> American Folklife Center