Douglas Smith, The Huntington Library, “One Person, One Vote: Reapportionment and the political transformation of Southern California”

Major Research Grants

Grantee Org
Year
Project Description
Primary Contact
Amount
1999

Haynes/Historical Society of Los Angeles annual award of modest stipends for local history research to tenured faculty, Ph.D candidates, independent researchers, and professionals

Committee Chairperson
$20000
1999

How Best Can Private Dollars be Leveraged for Public Schools: A Pilot Study of Public Schools in Los Angeles

Dominic Brewer
$125000
1999

Re-Examining Boyle Heights: Multiethnic Interpretations of Neighborhood Life

George Sanchez
$48650
1998

Colonial California

Lisbeth Haas
$3600
1998

Art and the City: The Politics of Civic Identity, Culture, and Urban Growth in 1950’s Los Angeles

Sarah Schrank
$5400
1998

Defining an Improved Transit System for the San Fernando Valley

Robert Poole, Peter Gordon, James Moore, Thomas Rubin
$49450
1998

The USC Welfare Reform Neighborhood Impact Study

Rino Patti, Susan E. Smith
$334927
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
1998

Race and Class in Pacific Maritime Labor Markets, c.1880 to c.1960

Chris Friday
$1800

Upcoming Proposal Due Dates

Major Research Grants

September 2021: The Haynes Foundation is not accepting proposals for Major Research Grants until further notice.

For more information, see How to Apply.