Encoded Archival Description Tag Library, Version 2002
<separatedmaterial> Separated Material
Information about materials that are associated by provenance to the described materials but that have been physically separated or removed. Items may be separated for various reasons, including the dispersal of special formats to more appropriate custodial units; the outright destruction of duplicate or nonessential material; and the deliberate or unintentional scattering of fonds among different repositories. Do not confuse with <relatedmaterial>, which is used to encode descriptions of or references to materials that are not physically or logically included in the material described in the finding aid but that may be of use to a reader because of an association to the described materials. Items encoded as <relatedmaterial> are not related to the described material by provenance, accumulation, or use.
In EAD Version 1.0 <separatedmaterial> was a subelement of Adjunct Descriptive Data <add>, which has been deprecated in EAD 2002 (see Appendix B). The new Description Group <descgrp> element, which can group any of the <did>-level elements (except the Description of Subordinate Components <dsc>), may be used to wrap elements where a group heading is desirable. The <descgrp> element can be used to replace <add> when converting finding aids encoded in EAD V1.0 to EAD 2002.
The <separatedmaterial> element is comparable to ISAD(G) data element 3.5.3 and MARC field 544 with indicator 0.
address, archref, bibref, blockquote, chronlist, extref, head, linkgrp, list, note, p, ref, separatedmaterial, table, title
May occur within:
archdesc, archdescgrp, c, c01, c02, c03, c04, c05, c06, c07, c08, c09, c10, c11, c12, descgrp, separatedmaterial
1. <separatedmaterial> <head>Materials Cataloged Separately</head> <p>Photographs have been transferred to Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.</p> </separatedmaterial> 2. <separatedmaterial> <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 broadcasts:</p> <list>[...]</list> </separatedmaterial> <separatedmaterial> <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> </separatedmaterial> <relatedmaterial> <p>Records relating to the Warren Commission are held in the National Archives and Records Administration.</p> </relatedmaterial>
May 26, 2006