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Please note that our practice is changing to put citations to exhibition catalogs in field 510 instead of 581, and in substantially shortening them. These entries will be updated as the catalogs are worked during the Exhibition Catalog Project. If there is a conflict between this list and that on Exhibition Catalog Project, prefer the form found on the Exhibition Catalog Project Form.
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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.  
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== List of citation forms ==
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For descriptions of exhibitions at the Folger Shakespeare Library, please see [[Exhibitions at the Folger]].
  
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.
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:Beyond Home Remedy: Women, Medicine, and Science, Curator(s): Rebecca Laroche with Georgianna Ziegler, Leslie Overstreet, and Steven Turner, Jan. 21, 2011–May 14, 2011.
 
<pre> 585  Exhibited: Beyond Home Remedy: Women, Medicine, and Science, curated by Rebecca Laroche with Georgianna Ziegler, Leslie Overstreet, and Steven Turner, Folger Shakespeare Library, January 21, 2011-May 14, 2011.</pre>
 
 
 
:Breaking News: Renaissance Journalism and the Birth of the Newspaper, Sept. 25, 2008-Jan. 31, 2009
 
<pre> 585  Exhibited: 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, Curators: Janet Griffin, Joan Morrison, Philip Knachel and Betsy Walsh, May 1 through October 12, 1990.
 
<pre>585 Exhibited: The Cathedral: Faith in Stone, curated by Janet Griffin, Joan Morrison, Philip Knachel and Betsy Walsh, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., May 1-October 12, 1990.</pre>
 
 
 
:The Collector and the Dream, April 1982 through December 1983. (Note: this exhibit was in at least three parts)
 
<pre>585    Exhibited: The Collector and the Dream, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., April 1982-December 1983.</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  Exhibited: The Compleat Gentleman : Books from English Country Houses, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., November 1, 1985-April 28, 1986.</pre>
 
 
 
:Consuming Splendor: Luxury Goods in England, 1580-1680, Curators: Linda Levy Peck and Rachel Doggett, 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 Exhibited: Consuming Splendor: Luxury Goods in England, 1580-1680, curated by Linda Levy Peck and Rachel Doggett, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., September 15-December 31, 2005.</pre>
 
 
 
:The Curatorial Eye: Discoveries from the Folger Vault, Curators: Erin Blake, Ronald Bogdan, Alison Bridger, Kathleen Burlingame, Stephanie Fell, Steven Galbraith, James Kuhn IV, Rosalind Larry, J. Franklin Mowery, Nadia Seiler, Bettina Smith, Elizabeth Walsh, Heather Wolfe, Georgianna Ziegler, June 13-August 29, 2009.
 
<pre>585 Exhibited: The Curatorial Eye: Discoveries from the Folger Vault, curated by Folger Shakespeare Library staff, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., June 13-August 29, 2009.</pre>
 
 
 
:David Garrick (1717-1779), A Theatrical Life, Curators: Erin Blake, Jim Kuhn, & Richard Kuhta, April 22–August 30, 2005
 
<pre>585 Exhibited: David Garrick (1717-1779), A Theatrical Life, curated by Erin Blake, Jim Kuhn, & Richard Kuhta, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., April 22–August 30, 2005.</pre>
 
 
 
:A Decade of Collecting: Celebrating Ten Years of Acquisitions, Curators: Laura Cofield, Melissa Cook, Werner Gundersheimer, & Richard Kuhta, June 28, 2000, through November 25, 2000 ... includes exhibit catalog
 
<pre>581  A Decade of Collecting: Celebrating Ten Years of Acquisitions, 1990-1999 / [curated by Laura Cofield ... et al.]. Washington, D.C. : The Folger Shakespeare Library, 2000, no.</pre>
 
<pre>585  Exhibited: A Decade of Collecting: Celebrating Ten Years of Acquisitions, curated by Laura Cofield, Melissa Cook, Werner Gundersheimer, & Richard Kuhta, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., June 28-November 25, 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>
 

Latest revision as of 22:29, 26 February 2015

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.