Or you could just use the "audience" attribute which is available for all EAD elements.  Surround the name in question with a PERSNAME element, set the @AUDIENCE to INTERNAL, and make your publishing process create whatever visible indication you want - a blank, a black bar, the word [name redacted], whatever.


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From: Encoded Archival Description List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Custer, Mark
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Subject: Re: Ethical issues raised by EAD encoding

This, of course, led me to wonder if EAD should have a redacted tag (or attribute