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Friday, 20 July 2012

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Richard Jerome

I actually didn’t create an EAC record for Wetmore myself, but we do use EAC for all the authority records in our database. I’ve had to create a lot of EAC person records for the field book project, but Wetmore was so prolific that someone else had already created his record for a different collection of field notes. On the other hand, I didn’t have to create a record for Husted because he didn’t actually create any notes.
-Rick Jerome

Jerry Simmons

Great post, Rick! Have you created EAC instances for the names mentioned in this post? -Jerry

dad

Rick,

Good job, very nice article

Dad

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