EAD Tag Library for Version 1.0


EAD Elements: <otherfindaid> Other Finding Aid

Description:

An Adjunct Descriptive Data <add> subelement for information about additional or alternative guides to the described material, such as card files, dealers' inventories, or lists generated by the creator or compiler of the materials. It is used to indicate the existence of additional finding aids; it is not designed to encode the content of those guides.

Do not confuse with <fileplan>, which designates information about a particular type of access tool, known as a file plan, which explains the classification scheme used by the parties originally responsible for creating or compiling the described materials.

The <archref> element may be used to give a formal citation to the other finding aid or to link to an online version of it.

The <otherfindaid> element is comparable to ISAD(G) data element 3.4.6.

May contain:

address, archref, bibref, blockquote, chronlist, extref, head, linkgrp, list, note, otherfindaid, p, ref, table, title

May occur within:

add, otherfindaid

Attributes:

ALTRENDER#IMPLIED, CDATA
AUDIENCE#IMPLIED, external, internal
ENCODINGANALOG#IMPLIED, CDATA
ID #IMPLIED, ID

Example:

<add>
<otherfindaid>
<bibref>The Society has published an expanded guide to this collection:
<title>Guide to the Records of the American Crystal Sugar Company</title>
Compiled by <persname role="author">David Carmichael; </persname>assisted by
<persname role="author">Lydia A. Lucas </persname>and <persname role="author">
Marion E. Matters. </persname>St. Paul. Division of Archives and Manuscripts. Minnesota
Historical Society. 1985.
</bibref>
</otherfindaid>
</add>


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