Encoded Archival Description Tag Library, Version 2002
<div> Text Division
A generic element that designates a major section of text within <frontmatter>. Examples of these text divisions include a title page, preface, acknowledgments, or instructions for using a finding aid. Use the <head> element to identify the <div>'s purpose.
address, blockquote, chronlist, div, head, list, note, p, table
May occur within:
1. <frontmatter> <titlepage>[...]</titlepage> <div> <head>Acknowledgements</head> <p>The University of California, Irvine Libraries wishes to acknowledge the generosity of the family of Edgar Holden for an endowment in support of the processing and maintenance of this collection and the University of California Office of the President for grant funding in support of the encoding of this and other finding aids using the Encoded Archival Description standard.</p> </div> . . . </frontmatter> 2. <frontmatter> <titlepage> <titleproper>Inventory of the Rietta Hines Herbert Papers, 1940-1969</titleproper> <author>Processed by: Debra Carter</author> <publisher>Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture<lb/> The New York Public Library</publisher> <date>August, 1977</date> &schtp; <p> © <date>1999 </date> The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. All rights reserved.</p> </titlepage> <div> <head>Preface</head> <p>This inventory is one of several prepared as a part of the archival preservation program at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, a research division of The New York Public Library.</p> <p>The Schomburg archival preservation program involves the organization and preservation of primary source material held by the Center and of significance to the study of the Black Experience. It furthermore includes the preparation of detailed inventories of these records, making the information contained therein accessible as well as available to scholars.</p> <p>The necessary staff and supplies for this program were made available through a combination of Library, National Endowment for the Humanities grant, and State of New York grant funds.</p> </div> </frontmatter>
May 26, 2006