We encourage you to read our highlight articles in Folgerpedia.
Learn more about our Mazarinades collection, a large selection of satirical French pamphlets from the late 17th century.
Explore the Lady Anne Kerr manuscript receipt book circa 1674 for early modern recipes and an insight into early modern women's lives and reading and writing practices.
Our past Exhibitions at the Folger archive lives on Folgerpedia—engage with our most expansive exhibition article Shakespeare's Sisters: Voices of English and European Women Writers, 1500-1700 (2012).
The first English Short Title Catalogue article on Folgerpedia, The Mothers Blessing by Dorothy Leigh details the lengthy print history and provenance of this devotional steady-seller.
The Love letter from Philip Williams to Elizabeth Nalson circa 1680 will demonstrate on a small scale the larger efforts of the newest digital initiative hosted by the Folger Shakespeare Library: Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO).