Hi, Eric,

You can download a set of about 1,700 EAC-CPF files from http://demo.rampeditor.info (click on the "Export" link at the top). These files have been derived from Library of Congress finding aids.

The RAMP editor is a tool that utilizes EAC-CPF as a data exchange format: it's designed to let librarians and archivists repurpose existing descriptive metadata and contribute it to Wikipedia.

Best regards,
Tim

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De: Encoded Archival Description List <[log in to unmask]> en nombre de Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]>
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This is all very interesting. Where can I get a pile o’ sample EAC-CPF files, and where can I get an XSL stylesheet enabling me to transform them into serialized RDF? —Eric Morgan