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Banner of work and statue at the Sam Rayburn Library, TX
Save America's Treasures Grant Program

The Federal Save America's Treasures Grants are administered by the National Park Service in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute of Museum and Library Services,and the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities.

Please contact the partner agencies for additional information.

For Collections Projects

   National Endowment for the Arts
   Telephone   202.682.5457
   E-mail          mclaughm"at"

   National Endowment for the Humanities
   Telephone   202.606.8570
   E-mail          lword"at"

   Institute of Museum and Library Services
   Telephone   202-653-4641
   E-mail          sshwartzman"at"

For Historic Property Projects
   National Park Service
   Telephone   202.354.2020, ext. 1
   E-mail          Preservation_Grants_Info"at"

For General Information
   The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities
   Telephone   202.682.5661
   E-mail          kcraine"at"

The Save America's Treasures program received the 2007 Keystone Award, the highest award given to organizations outside the architectural field for outstanding contributions to society, from the American Institute of Architects and the American Architectural Foundation.

Dubuque Shot Tower
"The Shot Tower has long been a Dubuque treasure rich in history. It is a riverfront icon siginificant to the cultural identity of the city and sense of pride amongst its citizens. Through the generosity of NPS and the efforts of many , the project has transformed the Shot Tower into a true national landmark that has inspired and raised the historical awareness of people in Dubuque and the surrounding region. For that, the City of Dubuque is grateful beyond measure."

- Roy Buol, Mayor of Dubuque

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