EAD (Encoded Archival Description ; Version 2002 Official Site)

Encoded Archival Description Tag Library, Version 2002

EAD Elements

<descgrp> Description Group


An element that can be used to bring together any group of elements that are children of the Archival Description <archdesc> element except for the <did> and <dsc> elements. Description Group might be used, for example, to cluster elements into groups that correspond to the areas specified by the General International Standard Archival Description (ISAD(G)).

Description Group can be used in place of wrapper elements from EAD Version 1.0 such as Administrative Information <admininfo> and Adjunct Descriptive Data <add>.

Use the TYPE attribute to characterize the nature of the groupings.

May contain:

accessrestrict, accruals, acqinfo, address, altformavail, appraisal, arrangement, bibliography, bioghist, blockquote, chronlist, controlaccess, custodhist, descgrp, fileplan, head, index, list, note, odd, originalsloc, otherfindaid, p, phystech, prefercite, processinfo, relatedmaterial, scopecontent, separatedmaterial, table, userestrict

May occur within:

archdesc, archdescgrp, c, c01, c02, c03, c04, c05, c06, c07, c08, c09, c10, c11, c12, descgrp


AUDIENCE #IMPLIED, external, internal


        <head>Related and Associated Materials</head>
            <p>Photographs and sound recordings have been transferred to the
            appropriate custodial divisions of the Library where they are identified
            as part of these papers. Among the sound recordings are the following
            <p>Other papers of Earl Warren, which relate chiefly to his early
            years and public service in California, are held by the California State
            Archives in Sacramento.</p>
            <p>Records relating to the Warren Commission are held in the National
            Archives and Records Administration.</p>

        <head>Important Information for Users of the Collection</head>
            <p>Collection is open for research. Scrapbooks are extremely fragile
            and require close supervision by Special Collections staff during use.</p>
            <head>Publication Rights</head>
            <p>Property rights reside with the University of California. Literary
            rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For
            permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Head of Special
            Collections and Archives.</p>
            <head>Preferred Citation</head>
                <p>Eugene Loring Papers. MS-P02. Special Collections and Archives,
                The UCI Libraries, Irvine, California.</p>
            <head>Acquisition Information</head>
            <p>Gift of Eugene Loring, 1975 and 1980.</p>
            <head>Processing History</head>
            <p>Preliminary processing by Roger Berry in 1975 and 1980. Processing
            completed by Emma Kheradyar in 1996-1997. Guide edited by Laura Clark Brown
            in 1998 and completed by William Landis in 2000.</p>