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At the University of Utah, many of what other institutions would call preliminary inventories are on-line.  The sad fact is that with this triage approach (Minimal level processing) to processing collections, some inventories are never revisited.  The preliminary inventory becomes then the inventory.  Examples can be seen by searching our EAD database at:
http://db2-sql.staff.library.utah.edu:8801/lucene/search.jsp
 
Sample Search: Michael Joseph Gorrell

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I am interested in this question, too.

For anyone who does post their prelims online, are they in PDF or what?

Thanks.

Lesley W. Brunet
Historical Resources Center
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
713-792-8220
713-563-3650 (fax)



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Does anyone post these EAD preliminary inventories online, or are they
only for in-house use?

Jordan Patty