The John Randolph Haynes Foundation

Upcoming Proposal Due Dates

Major Research Grants
November 7, 2018
March 7, 2019
May 9, 2019
August 8, 2019
October 23, 2019

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MAJOR RESEARCH GRANTS (Page 7 of 75)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
Claremont Graduate University 1998 Secessionst Movement in Los Angeles Dean E. McHenry $8000
The Huntington 1998 Urban Development and Citizenship in the 'Immigrant' Districts of Los Angeles, 1900-1940 H. Mark Wild $3600
Claremont Graduate University 1998 Awarded for the academic year 1998-1999, Dissertation Report entitled, "Productive Government Expenditures and Optimal Finance in a Growing Economy" John Stinespring $16000
The Huntington 1998 A Research and Archival project, "From 'Semi-Tropic Paradise' to 'Nature's Workshop:' Photography and the Creation of Los Angeles, 1880-1930" Jennifer Watts $37852
KCRW National Public Radio 1998 Annual Funding for the Public Affairs program, "Which Way, LA?" hosted by Warren Olney Development Office $25000
Claremont Graduate University 1998 Awarded for the academic year 1998-1998, Dissertation entitled, "Ingroup Bias and Self-Esteem: A Meta Analysis" Christopher Aberson $16000
University of Southern California 1998 Civic and Transnational Roles of Ethnic and Immigrant Congregations in Los Angeles Donald E. Miller $242718
The Huntington 1998 Colonial California Lisbeth Haas $3600
Southwest Museum 1998 Cataloging California Historic Photographs in the Braun Research Library Kim Walters $69500
Claremont Graduate University 1998 First Year Graduate Fellowships awarded for the academic year 1998-1999 to the following students: Thomas Cotton, Theodore Joesph, Timothy Lanning, Melanie Marlowe, Timothy Miles, Patrick Roberts, Lanny Tan, and Darius Udrys Financial Aid Office $96000