EAD Tag Library for Version 1.0


EAD Elements: <publisher> Publisher

Description:

When used in the <publicationstmt> portion of <eadheader> and in the <titlepage> element in <frontmatter>, the <publisher> is the name of the party responsible for issuing or distributing the encoded finding aid. Often this party is the same corporate body identified in the <repository> element in the finding aid. When used in the <imprint> section of a Bibliographic Reference <bibref>, the <publisher> is the name of the party issuing a monograph or other bibliographic work cited in the finding aid.

May contain:

#PCDATA, emph, extptr, lb, ptr

May occur within:

imprint, publicationstmt, titlepage

Attributes:

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

Examples:

  1. <filedesc>
    <titlestmt>[...]</titlestmt>
    [other possible elements and text... ]
    <publicationstmt>
    <date>1995</date>
    <publisher>Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress</publisher>
    <address><addressline>Washington, D.C. 20540</addressline></address>
    </publicationstmt>
    [other possible elements and text... ]
    </filedesc>

  2. <add>
    <bibliography>
    [other possible elements and text... ]
    <bibref>
    <persname role="author">Kinder, Dolores.</persname>
    <title pubstatus="pub">Once Upon a Lullaby.</title>
    <imprint><geogname>New York: </geogname>
    <publisher>Wells & Sons, </publisher>
    <date type="publication">1931</date></imprint>
    </bibref>
    [other possible elements and text... ]
    </bibliography>
    </add>
    
    
    

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