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| page = Nadia Sophie Seiler Rare Materials Residency
 
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| text = The Nadia Sophie Seiler Rare Materials Residency is a nine-month term-limited position for new library professionals made possible by the Nadia Sophie Seiler Memorial Fund. The residency focuses on rare materials cataloging, but also includes working with curators, public services, and other professionals in order to gain a thorough and practical understanding of rare materials librarianship.  
 
| text = The Nadia Sophie Seiler Rare Materials Residency is a nine-month term-limited position for new library professionals made possible by the Nadia Sophie Seiler Memorial Fund. The residency focuses on rare materials cataloging, but also includes working with curators, public services, and other professionals in order to gain a thorough and practical understanding of rare materials librarianship.  
 
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| page = The Plimpton "Sieve" portrait of Queen Elizabeth I
 
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| text = Completed by George Gower in 1579, this work is part of a series of portraits of Elizabeth I in which she holds a sieve to symbolize her chastity. It is the earliest of the "sieve" portraits, and the oldest painting in the Folger Collection.  
 
| text = Completed by George Gower in 1579, this work is part of a series of portraits of Elizabeth I in which she holds a sieve to symbolize her chastity. It is the earliest of the "sieve" portraits, and the oldest painting in the Folger Collection.  
 
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