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Exhibition history for items in Hamnet gets recorded in the [[MARC 585 Exhibitions Note]]. For exhibitions held at the Folger, use the wording from this list when updating Hamnet. Starting in June 2014, openings for multi-page material are also recorded here (between 1982 and 2014, openings were instead recorded on "exhibition history" slips pasted on the inside back cover). 
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Obsolete citation forms for the "Exhibition history" field in Hamnet are preserved in the editing history of this article. For current forms, see the [[MARC 585 Exhibitions Note]] article.  
  
 
For descriptions of exhibitions at the Folger Shakespeare Library, please see [[Exhibitions at the Folger]].
 
For descriptions of exhibitions at the Folger Shakespeare Library, please see [[Exhibitions at the Folger]].
 
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== List of citation forms ==
 
 
These common citation forms for tracing when an item has been on exhibit (585) and/or when it has appeared in an exhibition catalog (510) can be copied from this page and pasted directly into OCLC and Hamnet. Note: not every exhibition was accompanied by a catalog.
 
 
*Beyond Home Remedy, Jan. 21, 2011–May 14, 2011.
 
<pre> 585  Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Beyond Home Remedy. ǂ5DFo</pre>
 
 
*Breaking News: Renaissance Journalism and the Birth of the Newspaper, Sept. 25, 2008-Jan. 31, 2009
 
<pre> 585  Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2008-2009. Breaking News. ǂ5DFo</pre>
 
<pre>510 4 Folger Shakespeare Library. Breaking news, ǂc xx</pre>
 
 
*Cathedral: Faith in Stone, May 1 through October 12, 1990.
 
<pre>585 Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 1990. The Cathedral. ǂ5DFo</pre>
 
 
*The Collector and the Dream, April 1982 through December 1983. (Note: this exhibit was in at least three parts)
 
<pre>585  Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library. The Collector and the Dream, 1982-1983. ǂ5DFo</pre>
 
 
*The Compleat Gentleman : Books from English Country Houses, November 1, 1985-April 28, 1986
 
<pre>581  The compleat gentleman : books from English country houses. Washington, D.C. : The Library, 1985.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library. The Compleat Gentleman: Books from English Country Houses, 1985-1986.</pre>
 
 
*Consuming Splendor: Luxury Goods in England, 1580-1680, September 15 through December 31, 2005.
 
<pre>581 Consuming splendor : society and culture in seventeenth-century England / Linda Levy Peck. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005, p.</pre>
 
<pre>585 Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library. Consuming Splendor, 2005.</pre>
 
 
*The Curatorial Eye: Discoveries from the Folger Vault, June 13-August 29, 2009.
 
<pre>585 Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library. The Curatorial Eye, 2009.</pre>
 
 
*David Garrick (1717-1779), A Theatrical Life, April 22–August 30, 2005
 
<pre>585 Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library. David Garrick, 2005.</pre>
 
 
*A Decade of Collecting: Celebrating Ten Years of Acquisitions, June 28, 2000, through November 25, 2000.
 
<pre>581  A Decade of Collecting: Celebrating Ten Years of Acquisitions, 1990-1999. Washington, D.C. : The Folger Shakespeare Library, 2000, no.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library. A Decade of Collecting, 2000.</pre>
 
 
*Designer Bookbinders in North America curator dates
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
 
*"Designs from Fancy": George Romney's Shakespearean Drawings curator November 10, 1998, through March 20, 1999 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
 
*"Designs from Fancy": George Romney's Shakespearean Drawings, by Yvonne Romney Dixon. Washington, DC, 1998. 248 pp., 104 b&w and 5 color illus., $42.00 (plus postage and handling).
 
 
*Elizabeth I, Then and Now, Georgianna Ziegler, Curator, March 21 through August 2, 2003.
 
<pre>581  Elizabeth I : then and now / compiled and edited by Georgianna Ziegler. Washington, DC : Folger Shakespeare Library ; Seattle : Distributed by University of Washington Press, 2003, p.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Elizabeth I, Then and Now, curated by Georgianna Ziegler, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., March 21-August 2, 2003.</pre>
 
 
*The Elizabethan Theater: the Theater Art of C. Walter Hodges, curated by Werner Gundersheimer, April 1988-October 1988
 
<pre>585 Exhibited: The Elizabethan Theater: the Theater Art of C. Walter Hodges, curated by Werner Gundersheimer, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., April 1988-October 1988.</pre>
 
 
*The Elizabethan View of Italy, curators: Miranda Johnson-Haddad with Mary Tonkinson, Werner Gundersheimer, Robert Eisenstein, March 24-June 12, 1993.
 
<pre>581  The Elizabethan view of Italy : [an exhibition] March 24-June 12, 1993, The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C. / Miranda Johnson-Haddad ; with Mary Tonkinson, Werner Gundersheimer, Robert Eisenstein. Washington, D.C. : The Library, [1993].</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: The Elizabethan view of Italy, curated by Miranda Johnson-Haddad ; with Mary Tonkinson, Werner Gundersheimer, Robert Eisenstein, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., March 24-June 12, 1993.</pre>
 
 
*Fabulous Beasts: Renaissance Animal Lore, June 24-October 16, 1993.
 
<pre>581  Fabulous beasts : Renaissance animal lore / Rachel Doggett, Jean Dunnington, Jean Miller. Washington, D.C. : Folger Shakespeare Library, 1993, case</pre>
 
<pre> 585  Exhibited: Fabulous beasts : Renaissance animal lore, curated by Rachel Doggett, Jean Dunnington, and Jean Miller, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., June 24-October 16, 1993.</pre>
 
 
*Fakes, Forgeries & Facsimilies, curators: Heather Wolfe, Curator of Manuscripts, Erin Blake, Curator of Art, Rachel Doggett, Curator of Books August 20, 2003-January 3, 2004
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Fakes, Forgeries & Facsimilies, curated by Heather Wolfe, Erin Blake and Rachel Doggett, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., August 20, 2003-January 3, 2004.</pre>
 
 
*The Festive Renaissance: Illustrated Books from the Colt Collection curator date ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
*The Festive Renaissance, by Laura Hull Cofield. Washington, DC, 1995. 40 pp., 32 illus., paper, $11.95 (plus postage and handling)
 
 
*Fine and Historic Bookbindings, curators: Frederick A. Bearman, Nati H. Krivatsy, and J. Franklin Mowery, February 6, 1992-September 19, 1992.
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Fine and Historic Bookbindings, curated by Frederick A. Bearman, Nati H. Krivatsy, and J. Franklin Mowery, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., February 6, 1992-September 19, 1992.</pre>
 
 
*The First Folio of Shakespeare, curator: Peter Blayney, April 1 - September 24, 1991. (was in exhibit hall concurrently with an exhibit curated by Laetitia Yeandle on Royal Autographs)
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: The First Folio of Shakespeare, curated by Peter Blayney, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., April 1-September 24, 1991.</pre>
 
 
*Five Years of Acquisitions, exhibition committee chaired by Elizabeth Niemyer, Folger Shakespeare Library, October 26, 1990-March 17, 1991, includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>581  Five years of acquisitions : an exhibition / The Folger Shakespeare Library. Washington, D.C.: The Library, 1990, p.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Five Years of Acquisitions, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., October 26, 1990-March 17, 1991.</pre>
 
Five years of acquisitions : an exhibition, October 26, 1990-March 17, 1991. Washington, DC, 1990. xv, 95 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
 
 
*Fooles and Fricassees: Food in Shakespeare's England, Curators September 10, through December 30, 1999, includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>581  Fooles and Fricassees: Food in Shakespeare's England / edited by Mary Anne Caton, with an essay by Joan Thirsk. Washington, DC, 1999, p.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Fooles and Fricassees: Food in Shakespeare's England, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., September 10-December 30, 1999.</pre>
 
Fooles and Fricassees: Food in Shakespeare's England, edited by Mary Anne Caton, with an essay by Joan Thirsk. Washington, DC, 1999. 128 pp., 70 illus., $26.95 (plus postage and handling)
 
 
*Fortune: "All is But Fortune." Curated by Leslie Thomson. January 18, through June 10, 2000.
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2000, Fortune. ǂ5DFo</pre
 
<pre>510 4 Folger Shakespeare Library. Fortune, ǂc xx</pre>
 
 
*"Golden Lads & Lasses": Shakespeare for Children, Curators: Jeremy Ehrlich, Rosalind Larry, & Georgianna Ziegler, January 21 through May 13, 2006
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
 
*History in the Making: How Early Modern Britain Reimagined its Past, Curators Alan Stewart, Columbia University, Garrett Sullivan, Penn State University, Consultant: Ron Bogdan, Folger Shakespeare Library, January 24-May 17, 2008.
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: History in the Making: How Early Modern Britain Reimagined its Past, curated by Alan Stewart, Garrett Sullivan and Ron Bogdan, Folger Shakespeare Library, January 24-May 17, 2008.</pre>
 
 
*Housewife's Rich Cabinet: Remedies, Recipes, & Helpful Hints, Curated by Rachel Doggett, Jean Miller, & Francie Owens, August 27, 1997, through January 31, 1998. ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>581  The housewife's rich cabinet : remedies, recipes, and helpful hints / Jean Miller, Francie Owens, Rachel Doggett ; with an introduction by Heloise. Washington, D.C. : Folger Shakespeare Library, 1997, p.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Housewife's Rich Cabinet: Remedies, Recipes, & Helpful Hints, curated by Rachel Doggett, Jean Miller, & Francie Owens, Folger Shakespeare Library, August 27, 1997-January 31, 1998.</pre>
 
 
*Imagining China: The View from Europe, 1550-1700, curated by Timothy Billings (Middlebury College) and Jim Kuhn, from September 24, 2009-January 2, 2010. Will include exhibit catalog.
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Imagining China: The View from Europe, 1550-1700, curated by Timothy Billings (Middlebury College) and Jim Kuhn, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., September 24, 2009-January 2, 2010.</pre>
 
 
*Impressions of Wenceslaus Hollar curated by Rachel Doggett, Julie L. Biggs, and Carol Brobeck September 25, 1996 through February 3, 1997 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Impressions of Wenceslaus Hollar, curated by Rachel Doggett, Julie L. Biggs, and Carol Brobeck, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., September 25, 1996-February 3, 1997.</pre>
 
Impressions of Wenceslaus Hollar, by Rachel Doggett, Julie L. Biggs, and Carol Brobeck. Washington, DC, 1996. 124 pp., 83 illus., paper, $26.95 (plus postage and handling)
 
 
*The Kemble Family: A Theatrical Dynasty. April 11, 1985 through October 28, 1985 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: The Kemble Family: A Theatrical Dynasty, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., April 11, 1985-October 28, 1985.</pre>
 
 
*Letterwriting in Renaissance England, Curators: Alan Stewart, Guest Curator; Heather Wolfe, Curator of Manuscripts, November 18, 2004–April 2, 2005 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>581  Letterwriting in Renaissance England / compiled and edited by Alan Stewart and Heather Wolfe. Washington, DC: Distributed by University of Washington Press, 2004, no.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Letterwriting in Renaissance England, curated by Alan Stewart and Heather Wolfe, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., November 18, 2004-April 2, 2005.</pre>
 
 
*Marketing Shakespeare: The Boydell Gallery (1789-1805) and Beyond, Curators: Ann R. Hawkins, Georgianna Ziegler, September 20, 2007-January 5, 2008
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Marketing Shakespeare: The Boydell Gallery (1789-1805) and Beyond, curated by Ann R. Hawkins, Georgianna Ziegler, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., September 20, 2007-January 5, 2008.</pre>
 
 
*Mapping Early Modern Worlds (curators?) February 14, 1998, through July 1, 1998
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Mapping Early Modern Worlds, Folger Shakespeare Library, February 14-July 1, 1998.
 
New World of Wonders</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 1992-1993. New World of Wonders.ǂ5DFo </pre>
 
<pre>510 4 Folger Shakespeare Library. New world of wonders,ǂc xx</pre>
 
 
*Now Thrive the Armorers: Arms and Armor in Shakespeare, Curator: Jeffrey Forgeng (Higgins Amory Museum), with Bettina Smith (Folger Shakespeare Library), June 5–September 6, 2008
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
 
*"Noyses, Sounds, and Sweet Aires": Music in Early Modern England, curated by Jessie Ann Owens. June 2 through September 9, 2006 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>581  "Noyses, sounds, and sweet aires": music in early modern England, compiled and edited by Jessie Ann Owens. Washington, D.C. : Folger Shakespeare Library ; Seattle : Distributed by University of Washington Press, 2006, cat.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: "Noyses, Sounds, and Sweet Aires": Music in Early Modern England, curated by Jessie Ann Owens, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., June 2-September 9, 2006.</pre>
 
 
*Papers and Porcelains: Two Recent Gift Collections, curators July 15, 1998, through October 24, 1998 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
Papers and Porcelains: Two Recent Gift Collections. The Valerian and Laura Lada-Mocarski Decorated Paper Collection, by J. Franklin Mowery and Linda Hohneke. The Babette Craven Collection of Theatrical Memorabilia, by Elizabeth Walsh and Joan Morrison. Washington, DC, 1998. 64 pp., 30 color illus., paper, dos-a-dos binding, $16.95 (plus postage and handling)
 
 
*Power of Appearances: Renaissance and Reformation Portrait Prints & Medals. Exhibit at Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Oct. 7 to Dec. 3 2000, to which the Folger loaned 3 items. (Record of exhibition slips may say "Dartmouth Loan".)
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: The Power of Appearances: Renaissance and Reformation Portrait Prints & Medals, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 7-December 3, 2000.</pre>
 
 
*"The pen's excellencie" : treasures from the manuscript collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library, Feb. 6-June 8, 2002
 
<pre>581  "The pen's excellencie" : treasures from the manuscript collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library / compiled and edited by Heather Wolfe. Seattle : Distributed by University of Washington Press, 2002, p.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: "The Pen's Excellencie" : Treasures from the Manuscript Collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library, curated by Heather Wolfe, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., February 6- June 8, 2002.</pre>
 
 
*The Reader Revealed, curated by Sabrina Alcorn Baron with Elizabeth Walsh and Susan Scola, September 4, 2001, through January 19, 2002
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2001-2002. The Reader Revealed.ǂ5DFo </pre>
 
<pre>510 4 Folger Shakespeare Library. Reader revealed,ǂc p. xx</pre>
 
 
*Reign of the Horse, curators: Elizabeth Niemyer and Susan Scola. Oct. 3 1991-Jan. 25, 1992.
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Reign of the Horse, curated by Elizabeth Niemyer with the assistance of Susan Scola, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., October 3, 1991-January 25, 1992.</pre>
 
 
*Roasting the Swan of Avon. Curator: Bruce R. Smith. March 1-June 4, 1994 ... includes related text.
 
<pre>581  Roasting the Swan of Avon: Shakespeare’s redoubtable enemies & dubious friends / Bruce R. Smith. Washington, D.C.: Folger Shakespeare Library; Seattle: distributed by University of Washington Press, 1994, p.</pre>
 
<pre> 585  Exhibited: Roasting the Swan of Avon, curated by Bruce R. Smith, Folger Shakespeare Library, March 1-June 4, 1994.</pre>
 
 
*Royal autographs, curators: Laetitia Yeandle and Rachel Doggett. April 1-September 24, 1991 (was in exhibit hall concurrently with an exhibit curated by Peter Blayney on The First Folio of Shakespeare)
 
<pre>581  Royal autographs : the Tudor and Stuart monarchs of England : an exhibition, the Folger Shakespeare Library, April-September 1991 / by Laetitia Yeandle and Rachel Doggett. Washington, D.C. : Folger Library Publications, 1991.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Royal autographs : the Tudor and Stuart monarchs of England, curated by Laetitia Yeandle and Rachel Doggett, Folger Shakespeare Library, April 1-September 24, 1994.</pre>
 
 
*Seeing What Shakespeare Means curators April 3 through August 21, 1999
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
 
*Shakespeare in American Life, Curators: Virginia Mason Vaughan and Alden T. Vaughan, March 8, 2007, though August 18, 2007
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2007. Shakespeare in American Life.ǂ5DFo </pre>
 
<pre>510 4 Folger Shakespeare Library. Shakespeare in American life,ǂc xx</pre>
 
 
*Shakespeare: The Works, Curators: Philip Knachel, Rosalind Larry, Barbara Mowat, April 23 - September 19 1989
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Shakespeare: The Works, curated by Philip Knachel, Rosalind Larry and Barbara Mowat, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., April 23-September 19, 1989.</pre>
 
 
*Shakespeare's Unruly Women curators February 18, through August 9, 1997
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
Shakespeare's Unruly Women, by Georgianna Ziegler, with Frances E. Dolan and Jeanne Addison Roberts. Washington, DC, 1997, 112 pp., 36 illus., paper, $21.95 (plus postage and handling).
 
 
*A Shared Passion: Henry Clay Folger, Jr. and Emily Jordan Folger as Collectors, Curator: Donald Farren, June 26 - October 28, 2002
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: A Shared Passion: Henry Clay Folger, Jr. and Emily Jordan Folger as Collectors, curated by Donald Farren, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., June 26-October 28, 2002.</pre>
 
 
*Technologies of Writing in the Age of Print, Curators: Peter Stallybrass, Michael Mendle, and Heather Wolfe, September 28, 2006 - February 17, 2007
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Technologies of Writing in the Age of Print, curated by Peter Stallybrass, Michael Mendle, and Heather Wolfe, Folger Shakespeare Library, September 28, 2006-February 17, 2007.</pre>
 
 
*Time: The Greatest Innovator -- Timekeeping and Time Consciousness in Early Modern Europe, Curators: Rachel Doggett, October 1986-March 1987.
 
<pre>581  Time: the greatest innovator : timekeeping and time consciousness in early modern Europe / edited by Rachel Doggett with the assistance of Susan Jaskot and Robert Rand. [Washington, D.C.] : Folger Shakespeare Library, [c1986].</pre>
 
<pre>585 Exhibited: Time: The Greatest Innovator -- Timekeeping and Time Consciousness in Early Modern Europe, curated by Rachel Doggett, Folger Shakespeare Library, October 1986-March 1987.</pre>
 
 
*To Sleep, Perchance to Dream, Curator(s): Carole Levin and Garrett Sullivan, February 19–May 30, 2009
 
<pre>581  To sleep, perchance to dream : a commonplace book / [edited by] Carole Levin and Garrett Sullivan, with Steven Galbraith and Heather Wolfe. Washington, DC : Folger Shakespeare Library, c2009.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: To Sleep, Perchance to Dream, curated by Carole Levin and Garrett Sullivan, Folger Shakespeare Library, February 19-May 30, 2009.</pre>
 
 
*"Thys Boke is Myne" Curator: Richard Kuhta, November 13, 2002-March 1, 2003
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
 
*Treatment of Books and Art Materials (Conservation Exhibition), Curators: Frank Mowery and [first name?] Garlick, September 15-October 19, 1983
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: The Treatment of Books and Art Materials, curated by Mowery and Garlick, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., September 15-October 19, 1983.</pre>
 
 
*Voices for Tolerance in an Age of Persecution, Vincent Carey, Guest Curator; Elizabeth Walsh, Head of Reader Services; Ron Bogdan, Senior Rare Book Cataloger, June 9–October 30, 2004 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2004. Voices for Tolerance in an Age of Persecution.ǂ5DFo </pre>
 
<pre>510 4 Folger Shakespeare Library. Voices for tolerance in an age of persecution,ǂc xx</pre>
 
 
*Women in the Renaissance, September 26, 1989 - February 17, 1990
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Women in the Renaissance, Folger Shakespeare Library, September 26, 1989-February 17, 1990.</pre>
 
 
*Word & Image: The Trevelyon Miscellany of 1608, Exhibition Curators: Heather Wolfe, Curator of Manuscripts, Erin Blake, Curator of Art, Rachel Doggett, Curator of Books, Frank Mowery, Head of Conservation, January 23 - May 22, 2004
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: .</pre>
 
 
*World of 1607. (Outside exhibit to which the Folger loaned many items.) Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Williamsburg, Virginia, April 2007 - April 2008 (in 4 cycles).
 
Cycle 3:
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: The World of 1607, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Williamsburg, Virginia, October 10, 2007-January 10, 2008.</pre>
 
 
*Writing on Hands: Memory and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, Claire Sherman, Curator, December 13. 2000, through March 4, 2001
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 2000-2001. Writing on Hands.ǂ5DFo </pre>
 
<pre>510 4 Folger Shakespeare Library. Writing on hands,ǂc xx</pre>
 
 
*Yesterday's News: Seventeenth-Century English Broadsides and Newsbooks curated by Elizabeth Walsh, LuEllen DeHaven, and Theresa Helein, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., March 29-August 31, 1996
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: Yesterday's News: Seventeenth-Century English Broadsides and Newsbooks, curated by Elizabeth Walsh, LuEllen DeHaven, and Theresa Helein, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., March 29-August 31, 1996.</pre>
 
 
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Revision as of 12:49, 24 November 2014

Obsolete citation forms for the "Exhibition history" field in Hamnet are preserved in the editing history of this article. For current forms, see the MARC 585 Exhibitions Note article.

For descriptions of exhibitions at the Folger Shakespeare Library, please see Exhibitions at the Folger.