EAD Tag Library for Version 1.0


EAD Elements: <sponsor> Sponsor

Description:

Name(s) of institution(s) or individual(s) who endorsed, financed, or arranged the acquisition, appraisal, and processing of the described materials or the preparation and distribution of the finding aid. Because acknowledgment of such contributors often appears on title pages of finding aids, the <sponsor> element is available in both the optional <titlepage> element in <frontmatter> and in the required <titlestmt> portion of the <eadheader>. Do not confuse with <author>, which is used to denote the persons or institutions responsible for the intellectual content of the finding aid, or with <repository>, which is used to identify the institution or corporate body providing intellectual access to the described materials.

May contain:

#PCDATA, emph, extptr, lb, ptr

May occur within:

titlepage, titlestmt

Attributes:

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

Example:

<filedesc>
<titlestmt>
<titleproper encodinganalog="245$a" pubstatus="pub">The Edgar Holden Papers, <date
type="span">1978-1993</date></titleproper>
<subtitle encodinganalog="245$b">A Guide to the Holden Papers at the University of
Ishtaba</subtitle>
<author>Finding aid prepared by Avery Thimble</author>
<sponsor>Processing sponsored by grant funding from the National Historical
Publications and Records Commission, grant number 94-0123</sponsor>
</titlestmt>
[other possible elements and text... ]
</filedesc>

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