RESEND (Was sent as attachment before): FY 2000 Historic Preservation Fund Grants
           U.S. Department of the Interior-National Park Service
                         Save America?s Treasures
                 FY 2000 Historic Preservation Fund Grants

Central High School National Historic Site, Little Rock
Award amount:   $ 500,000
Central High School was the first important test for implementation of the
U.S. Supreme Court?s historic 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education decision.
This National Historic Landmark has become a symbol of the end of racially
segregated public schools in the United States.  The school is experiencing
extensive material failures ? crumbling ceiling and wall plaster, basement
and foundation problems, deteriorating roofs ? due to moisture
infiltration.  Funds will be used to eliminate moisture sources and to
repair damaged plaster.

?Saving Southwest Traditions: The Pottery Project,? Arizona State Museum,
Tucson       Award amount:   $ 400,000
The Arizona State Museum houses the largest and most comprehensive
collection of Southwest Native American ceramics in the world.  Storage
facilities lacking environmental controls threaten the collection.  If left
unchecked, these irreplaceable objects could disintegrate.  Funding will
support appropriate museum storage and protection and conservation work on
individual pieces.

Angel Island Immigration Station, Tiburon                      Award
amount:   $ 500,000
A National Historic Landmark, Angel Island Immigration Station served as
the primary West Coast port of entry for immigrants to the United States.
Chinese immigrants detained at the station carved poetry into the walls of
the barracks, leaving an invaluable historical record of the Pacific
immigration experience.  Long-term deterioration and water damage threaten
the structural integrity of the buildings.  Many of the inscriptions have
weathered to the point that they are barely legible.  Funding will enable
stabilization of the buildings and conservation work to ensure that the
poetry is not lost.

Knight Foundry Water-Powered Iron Works, Sutter Creek               Award
amount:   $ 250,000
One of the few intact late-19th-century industrial workplaces, Knight
Foundry is powered by Knight Water Motors, the direct-drive water turbines
invented by founder Samuel Knight.  In continuous operation as a foundry,
pattern shop and machine shop from 1872 to 1996, it is a repository of
nearly extinct foundry skills.  Structural decay and water damage threaten
the building and the collection of patterns, tools and machinery.  Funding
will support stabilization of the buildings and machinery restoration.

Old First National Bank, Telluride                             Award
amount:   $ 250,000
The Old First National Bank is a key structure in Telluride?s National
Historic Landmark District, which is significant for its 19th-century
?Boomtown? architecture.  Designed by prominent Colorado architect James
Murdoch, the building also housed the Telluride Power Company, operator of
the first commercial alternating current power plant.  The bank?s masonry
facades have deteriorated over time and have suffered damage due to
inappropriate repairs.  This grant will address these problems.

The District of Columbia
The Charter Murals, National Archives Building, Washington, D.C.
Award amount:  $ 500,000
The Charter Murals, The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution of
the United States, were completed by artist Barry Faulkner in 1936.
Located in the National Archives Rotunda above the Declaration of
Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, these murals are
viewed by hundreds of visitors each day.  Protruding bulges from fallen
plaster mar the murals, and years of dirt build-up have dulled them.  In
conjunction with a major renovation of the Rotunda, this grant will support
comprehensive conservation treatment of the murals.

Dance Heritage Coalition                                  Award amount:   $
   Katherine Dunham Archives, East St. Louis, Illinois
   Hulla Huhm Dance Collection, Honolulu, Hawaii
   Gertrude Kurath, Eleanor King, and Kealiinohomoku Collections,
Flagstaff, Arizona
These dance collections require urgent attention to conserve their historic
costumes, musical instruments, and historic photographs.  Storage
facilities lack climate control, threatening the records of  grass-roots
dance troops? collections.  Funds will address these problems and ensure
the preservation of these important African American, Korean American and
Native American traditions.

Historic Sound Recording Collections of the American People, Smithsonian
Institution    Award amount:  $ 750,000
Together the Smithsonian Institution and the Library of Congress hold the
largest and most significant collections of audio recordings documenting
the American experience from the 1890s to present.  These collections
contain icons of American oratory, such as Martin Luther King, Jr.?s I Have
a Dream speech, and tens of thousands of recordings of every genre of
American spoken word and music.  Many elements of the collections are in
poor condition and could be lost due to unstable original media.  This
grant will support conservation of the original recordings and copying to
stable formats.

Anderson Cottage, United States Soldiers? and Airmen?s Home
Award amount:  $ 750,000
Built in 1842-43, Anderson Cottage was the country home of George W. Riggs,
a prominent banker in Washington, D.C.  In 1851, it became part of the U.S.
Soldiers? and Airmen?s Home.  Anderson Cottage was a summer retreat for
Presidents Buchanan, Lincoln, Hayes and Arthur. Funds will support
restoration of the Cottage for use as a learning center dedicated to the
presidency of Abraham Lincoln, who wrote the first draft of the
Emancipation Proclamation there.

USS Missouri, Honolulu                                         Award
amount:   $ 300,000
The USS Missouri is the last bombardment battleship to be completed for the
United States Navy, as well as the last that remained in service.  The
formal instrument of Japanese surrender that ended World War II was signed
aboard the USS Missouri.  The ship last served in the Persian Gulf during
the 1991 Operation Desert Storm.  Corrosion of the superstructure and the
wear of 400,000 visitors in one year have taken a toll on the ship.
Funding will enable the USS Missouri Memorial Association to address these
issues and enable this popular historic ship to remain available to the

Woodbury County Courthouse, Sioux City                         Award
amount:   $ 300,000
A National Historic Landmark, the Woodbury County Courthouse is the largest
Prairie School style structure in the nation.  It epitomizes the theories,
design and presentation of this purely American style of architecture.
Water infiltration has resulted in extensive damage to structural elements
and interior finishes and features.  Funding will repair and restore the
internal structural elements, decorative plaster ceilings, leaded glass
windows, fixtures and stenciling.

Cahokia Mounds Archaeological Collection, Illinois State Museum,
Springfield Award amount:   $ 55,000
The Cahokia Site is one of the most important pre-Columbian archaeological
sites in North America.  The well-preserved artifact-bearing deposits at
the site chronicle the development of one of the first urban centers in the
Western Hemisphere.  Inadequate storage facilities and collection
management practices have resulted in damage and loss to components of the
collection recovered from the National Historic Landmark site.  This grant
will help support appropriate housing and conservation of the collection.

Edward E. Ayer American Indian History Collection, The Newberry Library,
Chicago Award amount:   $ 125,000
The Edward E. Ayer Collection, the most comprehensive collection of
manuscripts, maps, artifacts, paintings and photographs about Native
Americans.  The collection is in great demand by scholars, and funding will
stabilize and preserve the collection so that it will remain available for

Glessner House, Chicago                                        Award
amount:   $ 250,000
The 1886 Glessner House is one of the last and most mature of noted
architect Henry Hobson Richardson?s residential designs.  Many of the
furnishings are original to this National Historic Landmark house.  The
lack of an adequate climate control system has resulted in damage to
interior finishes and furnishings.  Funds will support conservation of
deteriorated historic materials and enable the installation of a climate
control system.

Frederick C. Robie House, Chicago                              Award
amount:   $ 250,000
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Robie House is one of the most
important buildings in the history of American architecture.  Completed in
1910, the building was a catalyst for a revolution in domestic
architecture, presaging many of the developments and styles that would
arise throughout the 20th century.  Like nearly all of Wright?s flat-roofed
structures, the National Historic Landmark Robie House suffers from water
infiltration that is damaging its interior features.  Funding will correct
the water penetration and repair damage to the interior.

Indiana Cotton Mill, Cannelton                                 Award
amount:   $ 250,000
Begun in 1849, the Indiana Cotton Mill was one of the first American mill
buildings to wed utility and aesthetics.  Steam powered the mill, an
innovation at a time when most mills used waterpower.  This National
Historic Landmark is constructed of native Indiana sandstone and has been
vacant for several decades.  Funds will be used to restore the building.

Chase County Courthouse, Cottonwood Falls                      Award
amount:   $ 250,000
The 1873 Chase County Courthouse represents the Kansas settlement period
and is the oldest continuously operating courthouse in the state.  This
Second Empire building is constructed of native limestone.  Funds will
support completion of a restoration that will enable the building to
continue to serve the community.

African House, Yucca House and Prudhomme-Roquier House, Natchitoches
Award amount:   $ 250,000
These three National Historic Landmarks are key components of the Cane
River National Heritage Area.  Dating from the late 18th and early 19th
centuries, they represent the Creole and African American architectural and
cultural traditions of the area and era.  Each building suffers moisture
and structural problems.  Funds will be used to  halt deterioration of
these important structures.

Sotterley Plantation, Hollywood                                Award
amount:   $ 400,000
A National Historic Landmark, Sotterley Plantation is an intact fabric of
landscape, architecture and archaeological holdings.  The structures and
features that comprise this 90-acre site date from the 18th through the
early 20th centuries and include the 1717 Manor House and a rare surviving
slave cabin.  Funds will be used to correct structural failures in several
buildings and restore damage done by moisture and insects.

American Antiquarian Society Library, Worcester                     Award
amount:   $ 400,000
Established to collect, preserve and make available for study all materials
printed in the United States prior to 1877, the American Antiquarian
Society is the nation?s third oldest historical society.  Lack of a fire
suppression system in the Society?s 1910 building and antiquated storage
facilities threaten these irreplaceable collections.  This grant will
enable this National Historic Landmark institution to address these

Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield                                   Award
amount:   $ 400,000
Constructed in 1903, the Colonial Theatre has been considered one of the
best acoustical theatres in the nation.  Maintained in a controlled state
of deterioration by a long-term owner, the theatre needs a comprehensive
restoration to return it to its former grandeur.  Funding of this
restoration will enable the theatre to once again host the performances for
which it became famous.

Orchard House, Concord                                    Award amount:   $
This 300-year old National Historic Landmark was the family home of Louisa
May Alcott and the setting for her autobiographical classic, Little Women.
Literary greats such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry
David Thoreau were frequent visitors.  A large collection of archival
materials, including books, papers, photographs, and artwork, remains in
the house.  Lack of climate control, improper storage and water
infiltration threaten the collection.  Funds will be used to address these

Cranbrook House, Bloomfield Hills                              Amount
awarded:  $300,000
Built between 1908 and 1920, the Albert Kahn-designed Cranbrook House is an
outstanding example of early 20th-century design and craftsmanship.
Cranbrook House was the residence of George and Ellen Booth, founders of
the Cranbrook Educational Community, an idealist institution dedicated to
combating shoddy machine-age goods by making beautiful objects and creating
architectural settings with the finest quality details.
This National Historic Landmark house contains fine art, antiques and
unique examples of the Arts and Crafts movement.  Funding will support
restoration of portions of the roof, terrace and plaza deck.

St. Louis Civil Court Records, St. Louis                            Award
amount:   $ 175,000
The St. Louis Civil Court Records form a premier judicial collection
documenting westward expansion during the territorial and early statehood
period, 1790-1830.  This collection, which has been largely inaccessible
for two centuries, records the legal basis of the early court system,
profiles nationally prominent individuals and illustrates broad themes of
American intellectual and social history. Funds will be used for
conservation treatments that will make the documents available for research
and study.

Grand Opera House of Missisippi, Meridian                      Award
amount:   $ 400,000
The Grand Opera House, built in 1889-90 by noted theater designer J.B.
McElfatrick, is an excellent example of a second-floor opera house.
McElfatrick designs include the National Theater in Washington, D.C., and
the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Funds will
support the restoration of the Opera House and enable it to reopen as a
performing arts center.

Butte - Silver Bow Public Archives, Butte                           Award
amount:   $ 50,000
Government records of the city of Butte are an outstanding collection of
city council minutes, correspondence, petitions, reports of various
agencies, coroner reports and other public documents.  They provide a
context for the study of settlement, development and industrial growth of
the American West and are particularly important to the study of mining and
labor in America.  Funds will support conservation and appropriate storage
of the records, making 100 volumes of documents and over 150,000 rare,
primary source images available to scholars.

Stewart Indian Boarding School Historic District, Carson City
Award amount:   $ 250,000
Founded in 1890, the Stewart Indian Boarding School served Native American
students until 1980.  The campus and buildings constructed of colorful
native Nevada stone are a rare intact ensemble.  The site now houses a
museum and other teaching activities.  Deferred maintenance since the
school?s closing hastened the deterioration of its buildings, and funds
will be used to address for restoration needs.

New Hampshire
Canterbury Shaker Village, Canterbury                               Award
amount:   $ 250,000
Canterbury Shaker Village includes 25 historic buildings and hundreds of
acres of fields, ponds, and forests.  The 1793 Dwelling House, one of only
two remaining 18th-century Shaker dwelling houses, is the largest and most
endangered building in this National Historic Landmark complex.
Continuously occupied until the last Canterbury Sister died in 1992, the
Dwelling House suffers from decades of deferred maintenance and long-term
structural damage due to failing roofs.  Funds will be used to repair roofs
and address other preservation needs to avert additional damage.

New Jersey
Laundry and Hospital Outbuilding at Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty
National Monument  Award amount:  $ 500,000
Ellis Island was the country?s principal immigration station from 1892 to
1954.  The Laundry and Hospital Outbuilding, part of the first major
integrated hospital complex of the early 20th century, was designed by
James Knox Taylor, Architect of the Department of the Treasury Department.
Vacant for decades, the building is in extremely poor condition with a
collapsed roof and some major structural damage.  Funds will support
restoration of the roof and masonry and replacement of windows and doors.

New Mexico
Feather Cave Complex Collections Archeological Collections, Albuquerque
Award amount:  $ 75,000
The collection recovered from the Feather Cave Complex sites represents the
most complete assemblage of perishable prehistoric materials, including
miniature and full-size bows and arrows, feathers, wooden balls, sandals,
bone and shell beads and basketry fragments.  It also provides incomparable
data for research into the origins and development of indigenous
traditional practices in the Americas.  Subjected to temperature and
humidity fluctuations and contact with corrosive agents, the collections?
artifacts deteriorate and their research and educational value diminishes.
Funds will support conservation treatments and appropriate storage

New York
Harriet Tubman Historic Sites, Auburn                               Award
amount:   $ 450,000
Harriet Tubman was one of the recognized leaders of the Underground
Railroad.  The original wood frame house she occupied upon settling in
Auburn in 1858 was later improved with brick.  Nearby is the National
Historic Landmark Home for the Aged that Tubman established for aged and
indigent African Americans.  These and several other structures associated
with Tubman?s life and work have deteriorated to the point that major
restoration is needed.  This grant will support the restoration.

The Tenement at 97 Orchard Street, New York                         Award
amount:    $ 250,000
The Lower East Side Tenement Museum is the first museum in the country to
interpret the home and community life of urban, working class and poor
immigrants.  Housed in the tenement at 97 Orchard Street, the museum
focuses on tenement life in the second half of the 19th and first decades
of the 20th century.  Funding will be used to complete the tenement?s
restoration, making the entire building available to the public for the
first time.

Records of the United States Sanitary Commission, New York
Award amount:    $ 250,000
The United States Sanitary Commission, precursor to today?s Red Cross, was
a voluntary organization formed in 1861 to provide medical and physical
relief to the Union troops during the Civil War.  The Commission?s archives
include photographs, medical rolls, correspondence, memoranda, reports,
registers, scrapbooks, posters and diaries.  Currently, the collection is
not accessible to scholars due to its advanced state of deterioration.
Funds will support conservation and proper archival storage for the

The Metropolitan Opera Radio and Television Archives, New York
Award amount:    $ 200,000
The Metropolitan Opera Radio and Television Archives is an unprecedented
collection of recorded performances documenting live opera presentations
since 1931 and featuring the voices of three generations of great vocal
artists.  Deterioration of the material on which the broadcasts were
originally recorded threatens the collection.  Funds will be used to
remaster the most severely deteriorated broadcasts and to transfer them to
stable media.

Babe Ruth Scrapbooks, National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown
Award amount:    $ 50,000
These ten scrapbooks are an autobiographical record of the heart of George
Herman ?Babe? Ruth?s baseball career, 1921-1935.  The scrapbooks contain
newspaper clippings, photographs, playbills, posters, telegrams and the
inside of a baseball hat, and document both his baseball achievements and
his off-season barnstorming tours throughout small-town America.  The
ephemeral nature of the original materials and the scrapbook pages has led
to severe deterioration over time. Funding will support conservation of
these documents.

North Carolina
Union Tavern / Thomas Day House, Milton                        Award
amount:   $ 250,000
Thomas Day, a 19th-century free African American cabinetmaker (1801-1861),
has gained national recognition for his highly-prized furniture and
distinctive architectural woodwork.  The 1810 Federal style Union Tavern
served as his residence and workshop during the peak years of his career.
A 1989 fire severely damaged this National Historic Landmark, destroying
the roof, compromising its structural integrity and substantially damaging
the interior.  Funds will be used to complete the exterior restoration of
the building.

Western Fine Arts Collection, Oklahoma City                         Award
amount:    $ 140,000
This collection includes works by significant 19th-and 20th-century
artists, including Charles Russell, Frederic Remington, N. C. Wyeth and
members of the Taos Society of Artists.  Items from this collection are
constantly sought for exhibits at other institutions, subjecting the
paintings to considerable stress and wear over time.  This grant will
enable comprehensive conservation of the collection, ensuring its
preservation for the future.

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, Philadelphia
Award amount:    $ 500,000
Constructed in 1823, Eastern State Penitentiary was radical in both design
? its radial cellblock plan ? and in penal theory: rehabilitation through
solitary confinement.  It became the model for some 250 prisons throughout
the world.  Closed as a correctional facility in 1971, the Penitentiary
narrowly escaped demolition in 1987.  Now partially stabilized, the site is
open and interpreted to the public.  Water infiltration due to failing
cellblock roofs continues to threaten masonry, plaster and other materials.
Funds will enable restoration of roofs to halt further deterioration of
this National Historic Landmark site.

1777-78 Continental Army Winter Encampment Structures, Valley Forge
National Historical Park
Award amount:  $ 450,000
Four buildings that served as quarters for General Washington?s officers
during the Continental Army?s winter encampment ? General the Marquis de
Lafayette?s Quarters, General William Alexander?s (Lord Stirling) Quarters,
General William Maxwell?s Quarters / Philander Knox Estate Building and
General Huntington?s Quarters / Maurice Stephens House ? and a domestic
building that served the Army ? the David Potts House ? are threatened by
failing roofs and drainage systems.  Funding will restore the roofs and
improve the drainage systems to ensure the protection of these buildings.

Puerto Rico
Fort San Felipe del Morro, San Juan National Historic Site, San Juan
Award amount:  $ 750,000
Fort San Felipe del Morro is the largest of the fortifications at San Juan
National Historic Site, which contains the oldest and largest extant
Spanish fortifications in the New World.  The entire park is a World
Heritage Site, and the earliest features of the fort date to 1539.  The
harsh tropical climate, vegetation growth and public visitation have taken
a toll ? eroded masonry, loss of surface stucco, and corroded gun
emplacements.  Funds will support the restoration of masonry and stucco.

Rhode Island
Southeast Lighthouse, Block Island                             Award
amount:   $ 300,000
Block Island?s 1874 Southeast Lighthouse is an unusual combination of a
working first-order lens and a Gothic Revival building.  The lighthouse and
attached keeper?s house were planned as the showpiece of the U. S.
Lighthouse Bureau.  This National Historic Landmark ceased active service
in 1993.  Funds will be used to restore the lighthouse and keeper?s house
for a maritime museum.

South Carolina
Drayton Hall, Charleston                                  Award amount:   $
Begun in 1738, Drayton Hall is the oldest unrestored plantation house in
America that is open to the public.  Its design was inspired by Andrea
Palladio?s The Four Books of Architecture, and its recessed two-story
portico derives directly from Palladio?s Villa Pisani.  This National
Historic Landmark descended through seven generations of one family and
remains substantially unaltered and without electrical, plumbing or
mechanical systems.  Funds will be used to conserve historic finishes and
features and to address structural problems.

South Dakota
Corn Palace, Mitchell                                     Award amount:   $
The unique and highly popular Corn Palace features murals constructed of 10
colors of corn.  Forms of folk art, the murals are changed annually.
Constructed in 1921, the Corn Palace is a tribute to the state?s rich farm
heritage and remains an active center of civic life.  Funding will restore
the Corn Palace?s deteriorating roof and onion domes.

The Hermitage, near Nashville                                  Award
amount:   $ 340,000
The National Historic Landmark Hermitage presents two distinct presidential
homes to visitors ? the mansion of Andrew Jackson?s presidential and
retirement years and the two cabins comprising the First Hermitage of his
early political and military years.  Later occupied by slave families, the
nearly 200-year-old cabins are in fragile condition due to rot, weathering
and insect infestation.  Funding will support their restoration.

Promontory Cave Collection, Utah Museum of Natural History, Salt Lake City
Award amount:   $ 50,000
The Promontory Cave collection, recovered in early 1930s by noted
anthropologist Julian Steward, includes stone, clay, bone, wood, reed and
leather artifacts dating between about A.D. 1100 and A.D. 1600.  Steward?s
analysis of the artifacts led to his conclusion that they represented a
unique culture around the Great Salt Lake.  Funds will support conservation
and proper museum storage of the collection, dramatically improving its
educational and research potential.

West Virginia
B & O Railroad Roundhouse Complex, Martinsburg            Award amount:   $
The B & O Railroad Roundhouse complex is the finest and most complete
example of mid-19th-century railroad shop complexes in the United States.
It was the site of a labor action that led to the widespread 1877 railroad
workers? strike.  Vacant and unsecured for over a decade, the buildings
suffer from water infiltration, vandalism and general neglect.  This grant
will secure the buildings and restore their exteriors.

Ten Chimneys, Genesee Depot                                    Award
amount:   $ 250,000
From the 1920s through the 1960s, Ten Chimneys was home to Alfred Lunt and
Lynne Fontanne, one of the nation?s premier acting teams and husband and
wife off stage.  Nearly all the hand-painted finishes, furnishings,
collections and personal memorabilia are original to the home.  Deferred
maintenance and water infiltration have led to deterioration of many
interior features and objects.  Funding will support appropriate
preservation treatments for the exterior, which will avert further damage
to the significant furnishings and collections.
           U.S. Department of the Interior-National Park Service
                         Save America?s Treasures
                 FY 2000 Historic Preservation Fund Grants

Sitka Pioneer Home, Sitka                                 Award amount:
Funding will go to replace the home?s roof.

Unalaska Aerology Building, Unalaska                           Award
amount:   $100,000
Funding will help preserve stairs, wood finishes and mosaics as the
building is made into a Visitors Center.

Saturn V Rocket, G.C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville
Award amount:   $700,000
Funding will restore the rocket and construct exhibits.

Tannehill/Brierfield Ironworks, McCalla                             Award
amount:   $250,000
Funding will protect the archeological site and construct exhibits.

Mission San Juan Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano                    Award
amount:   $320,000
Funding will stabilize and repair the Sanctuary Dome of the Mission.

Mark Twain House (Nook Farm), Hartford                         Award
amount:   $2,000,000
Funding will help make structural repairs, install a heating, ventilation
and air conditioning system, and build a Collections Annex.

Old City Hall, Safford House, and Historic Railroad Depot      , Tarpon
Springs     Award amount:   $150,000
Funding will repair these three properties in the Tarpon Springs Historic

Aurora Civil War Memorial, Aurora                              Award
amount:   $300,000
Funding will repair the foundation, control dampness, and improve

African American Heritage Center, Trolley Barn Complex, Louisville
Award amount:   $1,000,000
Funding will repair the Trolley Car Barn for use as a Heritage Center.

River Heritage Museum, Paducah                            Award amount:
Funding will help fund general renovations to the museum.

Sewell Building, Dimmock Center, Roxbury                       Award
amount:   $300,000
Funding will repair the Sewell Maternity Building (formerly the New England
Hospital for Women).

Mari Sandoz High Plains Cultural Center, Chadron                    Award
amount:   $450,000
Funding will repair Chadron State College Library for use as a Heritage

New York
Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York City                        Award
amount:   $2,500,000
Funding will help construct a new Visitors? Center.

McKinley Monument, Canton                                 Award amount:
Funding will repair stairs, repaint the interior, and replace the security

National First Ladies Library/City National Bank, Canton
Award amount:   $2,500,000
Funding will renovate the former bank to become a First Ladies Museum and
Research Center.

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, VA Medical Center, Dayton
Award amount:   $130,000
Funding will help stabilize the building.

Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, Philadelphia                   Award
amount:   $300,000
Funding will make structural repairs and improvements to meet ADA
accessibility requirements.

Thaddeus Stevens Hall, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg
Award amount:   $300,000
Funding will help restore the Hall.

Montpelier, Orange County                                 Award amount:
Funding will restore the private chambers of Dolley Madison.

Admiral Theatre, Bremerton                                Award amount:
Funding will upgrade the stage and flyways.

Mukai Farm and Garden, Vashon Island                           Award
amount:   $150,000
Funding will acquire Mukai Gardens and help develop a plan for their
long-term restoration and operation.

Nathaniel Orr Pioneer Home Site, Steilacoom                         Award
amount:   $250,000
Funding will restore the Orr Pioneer Home and establish a museum and
interpretive center.

Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma                                 Award amount:
Funding will support new construction to protect the museum?s collection.

West Virginia
Weston State Hospital, Weston                                  Award
amount:   $750,000
Funding will stabilize and make essential repair


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