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Steven,
    This is, of course, exactly the sort of thing that was envisioned
for ADD.  Whether the tag set is sufficient, I cannot say.

Michael Fox
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>From:  Steven Mandeville-Gamble[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent:  Friday, June 06, 1997 4:59 PM
>To:    Multiple recipients of list EAD
>Subject:       ADD etc.
>
>I have just completed marking up an 1867 page finding aid
>in EAD that started life as two large databases (one
>describing the record groups, subgroups, series and
>subseries in the collection and a second database listing
>all of the related folder titles and their box and folder
>numbers). Everything went very smoothly, and the document
>parses and displays cleanly.
>
>However, I have some supporting information that I would
>like to add to the guide and I cannot figure out exactly
>where/how to tag it.
>
>The collection is comprised of the records of a large civil
>rights law-firm (MALDEF).. In addition to the two source
>databases listed above, there is a third database
>describing the various cases that MALDEF worked on.  This
>database includes such information as Case title, case
>docket no., court in which the case was tried, a narrative
>description of the case, as well as a list of the
>supporting and opposing counsels.
>
>Does anyone have any suggestions on how to tag this
>information.  It does not seem to fit well into the ADD
>tag, though since I have not used the ADD much, I may not
>be seeing some obvious solution.
>
>Any suggestions would be welcome.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Steve
>
>
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>Dept. of Special Collections
>Stanford University Libraries
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