|IS1: Photograph Zs are housed in order.|
|IS3: Photograph z's: If you have five or fewer picture folders, file them with the Photo z run in collection-number order.|
|AppendixE31.JPG: Special Format Photographs: One or two envelopes then go into a small box labeled with the item number(s).|
|IS9: Hollinger Image Boxes|
|IS10: Image Box, with an IB Label|
|IS43: The small boxes are placed in larger grey boxes, which are labeled and placed on the shelves with the other special format photographs.|
| IS4: Paige Box showing Image Box label
If you have 6 or more picture folders, place them in a document case(s) or records cartons and file them at the end of your collection. Begin numbering the picture box(es) with "Image Box 1.
needphoto: One or two envelopes then go into a small box labeled with the item number(s).
needphoto: The small boxes are placed in larger grey boxes, which are labeled and placed on the shelves with the other special format photographs.
|IS2: The contents of the box are recorded on a label on the box lid.|
|IS5: oversize photograph box The sticker indicates that this is a oversize photograph box.|
|IS11: Range of oversize boxes|
|IS12: Open map case drawer|
|IS35: folder with labels|
|IS36: folder with labels|
|IS17: labeling an oversize photograph|
|IS18: labeling and oversize photograph|
|IS20: space here flag|
|IS21: folder with labels|
|IS22: flag in oversize box|
needphoto: photo folder for items Photograph folder containing photographs described at the item level.
needphoto: photo folder for image folders Photograph folder containing photographs described at the folder level.
needphoto: Oversize materials Example of item level treatment
needphoto: Loose items in an oversize materials box
needphoto: folder showing box label Record the box number on the folder.
needphoto: An extra-oversize folder showing an item-level treatment
needphoto: An extra-oversize folder showing folder-level treatment
|IS6: Wrapped volumes are labeled on the side so the label is clearly visible when the volume is placed on the shelf. They are also labeled on the top|
|IS7: Unwrapped volumes on shelves|
|IS8: Boxed volume. Occasionally, a volume may warrant a box made by the Conservation Department.|
|IS45: Use the same box labels as for document cases or records center cartons. A box label for a volume looks like this.|
|IS23: photoalbums in a box|
|IS24: photoalbums wrapped|
needphoto: Volumes that take up a single shelf width.
needphoto: Volumes that take up a double shelf width.
needphoto: Oversize volumes in oversize materials box
|IS14: Audio cassettes are labeled on the tape itself|
|IS34: Housing audio tapes is less complex than audio cassettes. They simply live in their box on the shelf. You do not need to house the tapes in collection number order.|
|IS13: Write the item number in the upper right corner of the jacket. Audiodiscs are housed Z-style in boxes corresponding to their size|
|IS27: The item number is recorded on the container, not on the film itself. If the container will not take pencil, use a black magic marker to label films with their item numbers.|
|IS40: The item number is recorded on the tape itself|
|IS39: And on the spine of the case.|
|IS15: Label the discs on the spine|
|IS31: Discs are housed Z-style with other discs of their like format.|
|AppendixE11.JPG: Also write the item number on the inner plastic part the disc with a special CD marking pen.|
|AppendixE17.JPG: Label the audiotape itself? and on the spine or front of the box.|
|IS28: audio discs|
|IS29: DCD boxes|
|IS33: wire recording boxes
|IS44: video tape spine|
|IS37: creator provided metadata|
|IS38: creator provided metadata|