The <arrangement> element may occur within <archdesc> or as a subelement of <scopecontent>. Use the <organization> element to designate the manner in which described materials have been divided into smaller units, e.g., series.
The <arrangement> element is comparable to ISAD(G) element 3.3.4 and MARC field 351, subfield b.
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<dsc level="combined"> <c01 level="series"> <did>[...]</did> <scopecontent>[...]</scopecontent> <arrangement><p>Materials in this series are arranged alphabetically, based on the original order imposed by the creator of the collection. A small chronological file at the end of the series was created during processing and includes important items that were not an apparent part of the original order of the series when the collection was accessioned.</p> </arrangement> <c02 level="file"><did>[...]</did></c02> [other possible elements and text... ] </c01> </dsc>
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