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Tony Landreau Collection on Turkish Carpet Weaving and Village Life

Tony Landreau Collection on Turkish Carpet Weaving and Village Life Data Dictionary
Feb. 19, 2008; rev. Feb. 29, 2008; rev. Mar. 31, 2008; rev. Nov. 4, 2008; rev. Dec. 16, 2010

Metadata Liaison:  Mary St. Germain

Metadata Element

Dublin Core Mapping; Field Properties

Authority file

Comments

Title

Title

searchable=yes

hidden=no

required

 

A brief descriptive phrase.  The title is a concise phrase that will appear as the label of the thumbnails.

Note:  A good approach would be to use a concise description of the site, carpet or process plus the name of the town/village.

Examples:
TITLE: Setting up a loom in Sivas
TITLE: Mosque in Bursa
TITLE: Kilim carpet from…

Location

Coverage

searchable=yes

hidden=no

ControlledVocab = Yes

 

LCNAF and LCSH

 

Name of place where the object is located or from which it originated. Enter city, country, and any other relevant geographic location headings.

City and country names should be taken from LCNAF; other geographic names (roads, valleys, passes, rivers, etc.) should be taken from LCSH as available.

Places not found in LCNAF or LCSH should be established according to NACO or SACO procedures. The proposed heading can then be entered. If it is not possible to establish a heading (for example, for an unnamed dirt road), a descriptive phrase should be entered in "Location (uncontrolled)."

If an established name of a geographic feature, such as a road, would not indicate the locale of the feature to the average person, add a descriptive phrase in "Location (uncontrolled)."

Multiple entries should be separated with a semicolon.

Examples:
Istanbul (Turkey)
Kadikoy (Istanbul, Turkey)
Il yolu K.K. no. 70-50 (Turkey)

Location (uncontrolled)

Coverage

searchable=yes

hidden=no

ControlledVocab = Yes

 

Name of place where the object is located or from which it originated.

Primarily for names of roads and other geographic names that are not established in LCSH or LCNAF.

Multiple entries should be separated with a semicolon.

Temp. Box # / Folder Name

None

searchable=no

hidden=yes

 

Box number of slide in original collection, regional name, subject area assigned by Mary St. Germaine. (This will correspond with the folders/subfolders in which the image file is stored.)

Examples:
31-Icel-antiques
31-Icel-rugs

Temp. Image File Name

None

searchable=no

hidden=yes

 

A unique slide identifier assigned with a three letter code for city/village and a numerical number auto-assigned during scanning; a code for subject area may be inserted between letters and numbers.

Object/Building Name

Subject

searchable=yes

hidden=no

LCAF

The proper name given to the specific object or building represented in the image in authorized form when available.  The intent is to provide a consistent, uniform name as a search point, as opposed to the TITLE field, which is an uncontrolled, descriptive phrase.  (Note:  TITLE will often be a common English language phrase; OBJECT/BUILDING NAME will often be the official, vernacular name in the language of the country where the object is located.)

Examples:
TITLE: Blue Mosque
OBJECT/BUILDING NAME :  Sultanahmet    Camii (Istanbul, Turkey)

Historical Period or Date of Construction

Date

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

The period of which an object, structure or site is most commonly considered representative.  For rugs, the decade is best.  For structures and sites, the century is usually the closest realistic dating.

Examples: 
1950-1959
17th century

Dates

Date

searchable=yes

hidden=yes

required

 

Reflects the Date field. If the date is a single year, it is the same in both the Date and the Dates fields. If the date in the Date field is a "circa" date (e.g. ca. 1895), the Dates field contains the expanded version so that searching will find dates covered by the concept of a "circa" date. Five years on either side of the "ca." date is the preferred form.

Example
If the Date field reads "ca. 1910,": Dates: 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915

Earliest Date

None

searchable=no

hidden=yes

required

 

Reflects the Date field. If the date is a single year, it is the same in both the Date and the Earliest Date fields. If the date in the Date field is a "circa" date (e.g. ca. 1895) or date range (e.g., 1965-1973), the Earliest Date field contains the first date in the date range, in ISO 8601 format (YYYY, or YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD as needed).

Examples
If the Date field reads "1940," Earliest Date: 1940
If the Date field reads "ca. 1910," Earliest Date: 1905

Latest Date

None

searchable=no

hidden=yes

required

 

Reflects the Date field. If the date is a single year, it is the same in both the Date and the Latest Date fields. If the date in the Date field is a "circa" date (e.g. ca. 1895) or date range (e.g., 1965-1973), the Latest Date field contains the last date in the date range, in ISO 8601 format (YYYY, or YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD as needed).

Examples
If the Date field reads "1940,": Latest Date: 1940
If the Date field reads "ca. 1910,": Latest Date: 1915FONT

Exhibition site

Source

searchable=yes

hidden=no

LCAF

For items held in museums, etc., the name of the institution in which the item is normally held

Examples:  Vakiflar Hali Muzesi; Suleymaniye Camii (Istanbul, Turkey)

Subjects (AAT)

Subject

searchable=yes

hidden=no

ControlledVocab = Yes

AAT

The physical or purposive form of the object (Note: this will generally be a building type.)

Example: 
Four-iwan mosques;Minarets

Objects made or used by people, especially the artifacts produced by traditional methods.  People performing a specific social function or indicative of a specific social group.

Example: 
Turkish rugs;Frame looms

Use multiple headings as necessary to describe an object; separate headings with a semicolon.

Example:
Kilims;Double-niche Ushaks

Subjects (LC)

Subject

searchable=yes

hidden=no

ControlledVocab = Yes

LC NAF

Enter names of people depicted in the image.

Form of name should be taken from the Library of Congress Name Authority File (LC NAF).

If the name is not listed in LC NAF, the name should be established following NACO procedures. If for some reason the name cannot be established, enter the form of the name by which the person is commonly known. The name should be romanized, in the form most frequently found in English-language references.

Alternate name forms can be entered, either in this field or in notes, at the discretion of the cataloger.

Multiple headings should be separated by a semi-colon.

Note

Description

searchable=yes

hidden=no

 

Add any known significant information not covered in other fields in a concise form.  The type of object should be specified.

Example:
Woman weaving by cutting the yarn before knotting instead of after

Category of slide

None
searchable=yes
hidden=yes

 

Enter one of the following three values: weaving, monuments or villages.

Digital Collection

Relation

searchable=no

hidden=no

required

 

Tony Landreau Collection on Turkish Carpet Weaving and Village Life

Order number

Identifier

searchable=yes

hidden=no

 

A unique slide identifier assigned with a three letter code for collection (TUR) plus a minimum two digit slide number (without a space).

Examples:
TUR01
TUR10
TUR11009

Ordering Information

Description

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

Enter the following text:

To order a reproduction, inquire about permissions, or for information about prices see:  http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/service/reproduction.html<br>Please cite the order number when ordering.

Repository

Source

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

The institution where the item is physically located.

Repository Collection

Relation

searchable=yes

hidden=no

 

This field contains the collection name and its number, represented as a phrase.

At present the collection name can be entered as “Tony Landreau Collection on Turkish Carpet Weaving and Village Life; however a number will not be available until assigned in Special Collections.”

Repository Collection Guide

None

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

This field contains the url link to the EAD finding aid.

Digital reproduction information

Format

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

Describes the digital conversion process, date scanned, etc.

Photographer

Creator

searchable=yes

hidden=no

LCAF

Creator of original visual image

Example:  Landreau, Anthony N., 1930-

Date of Photograph

Date

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

Year the photograph was taken.  Take the information from the slide housing.

Example:  1983

Dates of Photograph

Date

searchable=yes

hidden=yes

required

 

Reflects the Date of Photograph field. If the date is a single year, it is the same in both the Date of Photograph and the Dates of Photograph fields. If the date in the Date of Photograph field is a "circa" date (e.g. ca. 1895), the Dates of Photograph field contains the expanded version so that searching will find dates covered by the concept of a "circa" date. Five years on either side of the "ca." date is the preferred form.

Example
If the Date of Photograph field reads "ca. 1910," Dates of Photograph = 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915

Earliest Date of Photograph

None

searchable=no

hidden=yes

required

 

Reflects the Date of Photograph field. If the date is a single year, it is the same in both the Date of Photograph and the Earliest Date of Photograph fields. If the date in the Date of Photograph field is a "circa" date (e.g. ca. 1895) or date range (e.g., 1965-1973), the Earliest Date of Photograph field contains the first date in the date range, in ISO 8601 format (YYYY, or YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD as needed).

Examples
If the Date of Photograph field reads "1940," Earliest Date = 1940
If the Date of Photograph field reads "ca. 1910," Earliest Date = 1905

Latest Date of Photograph

None

searchable=no

hidden=yes

required

 

Reflects the Date of Photograph field. If the date is a single year, it is the same in both the Date of Photograph and the Latest Date of Photograph fields. If the date in the Date of Photograph field is a "circa" date (e.g. ca. 1895) or date range (e.g., 1965-1973), the Latest Date of Photograph field contains the last date in the date range, in ISO 8601 format (YYYY, or YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD as needed).

Examples
If the Date of Photograph field reads "1940," Latest Date of Photograph = 1940
If the Date of Photograph field reads "ca. 1910," Latest Date of Photograph = 1915

Object type

Type

searchable=yes

hidden=no

 

Term for object scanned.

When describing single slides use:
Slide

If describing groups of slides use:
Slides

Physical description

Format

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

Includes additional descriptive information about type of material or medium, color, and dimensions.  For 35 mm slides enter the following:

color ; 35 mm.

Copyright statement

Rights

searchable=no

hidden=no

 

Enter the following text:

For information on permissions for use and reproductions please visit UW Libraries Special Collections "Reproductions: Order Photographs & Scans" page: <br> http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/service/reproduction.html

Type

Type

searchable=yes

hidden=yes

required

DCMI Types

Enter "StillImage."

This describes the nature or genre of the content of the resource. It is a value from the Dublin Core Type Vocabulary at http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-terms/