Those interested in applying for a grant must meet certain foundation standards. If an author/compiler receives funding, the foundation pays to publish several hundred copies of said work, which the author may sell. The publications have gone to more than 40 libraries and archives in Georgia and around the United States. The foundation is seeking more libraries in which to place books. Its website has information for interested libraries. To apply for a grant or to get more information on the foundation, go to taylorfoundation.org. Georgians are very fortunate that Taylor had the vision to create this unique institution that provides more access to Georgia records.
Georgia’s historic theaters lecture topic
Leigh Burns, director of the Fox Theatre Institute of Atlanta, will speak virtually on March 12 at the Lunch and Learn Lecture on the Georgia Archives website. She will discuss the institute and Georgia’s historic theaters. To join in, check GeorgiaArchives.org, its Facebook page, or https://tinyurl.com/yxabmete .