Baird Society Resident Scholar
Sponsored by: Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Application Deadline March 1
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Applicant must be a researcher or student of the history and bibliography of the history of science and technology and/or American social and industrial history. Applicants must use the special collections of the Smithsonian Institution libraries in Washington D.C. or New York city
Requirements for the Baird Society Resident Scholar
Other postgraduate-level study
American History United States
Other Social Sciences
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On average, 2 people receive the Baird Society Resident Scholar.
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