Folger Shakespeare Library


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Folger Shakespeare Library

(fōl`jər): see under Folger, Henry ClayFolger, Henry Clay
, 1857–1930, American industrialist and collector of Shakespeareana. His connection with Standard Oil companies, beginning in 1879, continued until his retirement 49 years later as chairman of the board of the New York company.
..... Click the link for more information.
.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Pen's Excellencie: Treasures from the Manuscript Collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library.
3) The Folger copy is also included on a microfilm series Prompt Books from the Folger Shakespeare Library, which is accompanied by a printed inventory entitled Drama on the World Stage.
The Shakespeare Quartos Archive, which was made possible through a joint transatlantic grant from Jisc in the UK and the National Endowment for the Humanities in the US, contains texts held by the Bodleian Library, the British Library, the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Huntington Library, the National Library of Scotland and the University of Edinburgh Library.
These he housed eventually in the Folger Shakespeare Library, a monumental gift to the nation.
I came by the manuscript through contacts in Cuba and took it to the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington DC.
An Annotated Catalogue of the Music Manuscripts in the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.
It is also the title of an exhibition assembled by Jesse Ann Owens at the Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, DC) from which the book is drawn.
The collection at the Folger Shakespeare Library includes, according to its website, "materials related to the entire early modern age in the West, from about 1450 to the mid-1700s, and materials related to William Shakespeare and the theater, up to the present day" (http://www.
One might guess that this negativity regarding children and the theater, accompanied by the play's mature subject matter and, as the Folger Shakespeare Library notes, the fact that, at 4,042 lines, Hamlet is Shakespeare's longest play, children's authors would want to avoid it (Folger n.
Hedges says that he's made arrangements with the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.
Sturgess' focus is Shakespeare's enthusiastic reception from the War of Independence through the dedication of the Folger Shakespeare Library in 1932, with a particular emphasis on the nineteenth century.
In 1975, the SAA had committed to host the Bicentennial World Shakespeare Congress of 1976 at Washington, DC, in association with the fledgling ISA and the Folger Shakespeare Library.