Grants available to preserve historical records

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Historical Records Advisory Board is now accepting applications for State and National Archival Partnership grants.

The awards are a program for improving the preservation of and access to Tennessee's historical records. Since 2009, the advisory board has awarded $148,000 in such grants to archives and historical records repositories across the state.

Eligible institutions include government organizations, small and medium-sized historical repositories and nonprofit professional organizations.

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