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.
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<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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