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Kate Covintree holds an MFA in poetry from Emerson College and an MLS from Simmons College. She currently works as a High School Librarian an a private school in Rhode Island.
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Kate Covintree holds an MFA in poetry from Emerson College and an MLS from Simmons College. She currently works as a High School Librarian at a private school in Rhode Island.
  
 
== Exhibitions format notes ==
 
== Exhibitions format notes ==

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Kate Covintree holds an MFA in poetry from Emerson College and an MLS from Simmons College. She currently works as a High School Librarian at a private school in Rhode Island.

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Person's name, curator of [[Exhibition name|''Exhibition name'']], one of the [[Exhibitions at the Folger]], discusses ....

Steven Turner, co-curator of Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible, one of the Exhibitions at the Folger, discusses Robert Boyle.
Kathleen Lynch, curator of Open City: London, 1500–1700, one of the Exhibitions at the Folger, discusses John Locke's principles.

Order for Links in Item Lists

Call number: #; displayed p. # and Finding Aid name and Blog post, The Collation and LUNA Digital Image and Binding image on LUNA.

  • ex1: Henry VIII. Writ under sign manual and signet, for Christopher Moore. Manuscript, 24 November 1539. Call number: L.b.1 and Guide to the Loseley Collection and LUNA Digital Image.
  • ex2: Sir Walter Raleigh. Speech before his execution, Manuscript, October 19 [i.e. 29], 1618. Call number: V.b.303; displayed p. 271 and Guide to Collection of Political and Parliamentary Documents and LUNA Digital Copy.
  • ex3: William Shakespeare. Mr. William Shakespeares comedies, histories, & tragedies : published according to the true originall copies. London: Isaac Iaggard and Ed. Blount, 1623. Call number: STC 13087 and LUNA Digital Image and Binding image on LUNA.
  • ex4: Pinkney Marcius-Simons. Watercolor and gouache paintings of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1908, added directly to William Shakespeare, Le songe d’une nuit d’été. Paris: L. Conquet, 1886. Call number: ART Vol. a71; displayed p. 28–29 and Blog post, The Collation and LUNA Digital Copy.