Encoded Archival Description Tag Library, Version 2002
<refloc> Reference Location
A linking element that provides the location of a reference <ref> that is a resource in an extended link.
While XML Linking Language (XLink) Version 1.0, which is the basis for EAD linking elements, is a stable document, examples of EAD usage are hypothetical and have not been tested in real XLink-based applications. Those wishing to use XLink are encouraged to consult the specification available online at <http://www.w3.org/TR/xlink/>.
#PCDATA, abbr, address, blockquote, chronlist, corpname, date, emph, expan, extptr, famname, function, genreform, geogname, lb, list, name, note, num, occupation, origination, persname, ptr, repository, subject, table, unitdate, unittitle
May occur within:
<archdesc level="collection"> <did>[...]</did> <arrangement> <p>This collection is organized into two major sections. The Original Gift portion reflects the materials originally donated to the Society by Mr. Provenance, while the Additions portion contains records transferred following his death. As these two groups of documents have not been physically interfiled, materials on any given topic may appear in either or both sections, each of which is divided into four parallel series. <linkgrp> <refloc target="a9"></refloc> <refloc target="s1"></refloc> <refloc target="s7"></refloc> </linkgrp> </p> <p id="a9">Personal Correspondence></p> <p id="a10">Financial Records</p> <p id="a11">Diaries</p> <p id="a12">Literary Manuscripts</p> </arrangement> <dsc type="combined"> <head>Original Gift</head> <c01 id="s1"> <did> <unittitle>Personal correspondence, </unittitle> <unitdate>1917-1965.</unitdate> </did> </c01> . . . </dsc> <dsc type="combined"> <head>Additions</head> <c01 id="s7"> <did> <unittitle>Personal correspondence, </unittitle> <unitdate>1922-1945.</unitdate> </did> </c01> . . . </dsc> </archdesc>
May 26, 2006