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Genre term Scope note Archival description count Authority record count
Account books

Use for: Accounting journals, Accounting ledgers, Books of account, Journals, Accounting, Ledgers, Accounting

2 0
Administrative records (2)
  • Records that relate to budget, personnel, supply, and similar facilitative operations within an organization.
0 0

Use for: Ads (Advertisements)

3 0
Albums (books) (1)

Use for: Scrapbooks, Scrap albums, Scrap books, Souvenir albums

  • Books with blank pages that are used to collect, display, and preserve images, text, notated music, keepsakes, etc.
3 0
Annual reports

Use for: Reports, Annual, Reports, Yearly, Yearly reports

4 0
Architectural drawings 4 0
Architectural models
  • Representations that visualize architectural projects in three dimensions, often including a representation of the surrounding site or context, and usually, but not necessarily, built to scale.
2 0
Art (2)

Use for: Art works, Artworks, Fine art, Fine arts, Visual art, Works of art

0 0
Autochromes (photographs)

Use for: Autochromes

  • photographic transparencies
1 0
Biographies 2 0

Use for: MABs (Multi-author blogs), Multi-author blogs, Web logs, Weblogs

8 0
  • Labels affixed to a book to indicate ownership and often its location in a collection. They may be printed or engraved, frequently with a distinctive design, pasted or tipped into books on the inside of the upper cover.
1 0
  • Items comprising a collection of leaves of paper, parchment, wood, stiffened textile, ivory, metal tablets, or other flat material, that are blank, written on, or printed, and are strung or bound together in a volume.
5 0
Business correspondence 0 0
Collected works
  • All the writings of an author, including those which have not been printed previously, published in one volume or a number of volumes in a uniform style of binding, usually with an inclusive title.
0 0
Community cookbooks

Use for: Charitable cookbooks, Charity cookbooks, Church cookbooks (Community cookbooks), Fund raising cookbooks, Fundraising cookbooks

  • Cookbooks that contain recipes submitted by community organizations, often church or civic groups, frequently including a history of the organization and the region, personal recollections or local culinary traditions.
1 0
Cookbooks (1)

Use for: Cookery books, Cook-books, Recipe books

  • Collections of recipes in book form. For instructions listing ingredients and procedures to prepare something, especially food, see [Recipes.]
0 0
Correspondence (2)
  • Any forms of addressed and written communication sent and received, including letters, postcards, memorandums, notes, telegrams, or cables.
4 0
Costume accessories (4)
  • Items that do not form the primary articles of clothing, but are instead the smaller articles of dress, such as shoes, gloves, hats, jewelry, etc.
0 0
Costume (hierarchy name) (8)
  • The Costume hierarchy contains terms for objects worn or carried for warmth, protection, embellishment, or for symbolic purposes. It includes descriptors for garments considered as the main item of dress (e.g., "shirts," "trousers"), terms for garments worn under the main garments (e.g., "undershirts"), and terms for garments worn over the main garments (e.g., "parkas"). Also included are terms for protective wear, including types of armor; vestments and other ceremonial garments; uniforms; and an extensive listing of accessories, including those worn on the body (e.g., "headgear," "footwear") and those carried on the person (e.g., "evening bags," "parasols"). Relation to other hierarchies: Terms for accessories that involve measuring (e.g., "pocket watches" and "wrist watches") are in the Measuring Devices hierarchy. Terms for accessories that are weapons (e.g., "pocket pistols" and "dress swords") appear with other forms of weapons in the Weapons and Ammunition hierarchy. Terms for objects that may be used in the grooming and care of costume or the person (e.g., "clothes brushes," "nail clippers") are in the Tools and Equipment hierarchy. Terms for objects used to store or transport costume or other personal effects (e.g., "glove boxes," "suitcases") appear in the Containers hierarchy. Constituent parts of costume (e.g., "busks," "waistbands") appear in the Components hierarchy, which has a non-preferred, partitive hierarchical relationship to the Costume hierarchy.
0 0
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