How to Proceed

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A Procedures Manual for the Southern Historical Collection and General Manuscripts University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

Preparing to Process

Arranging

   *Basic Premises
         **If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It
         **Relative Research Value
               ***Priority Level
               ***Processing Levels
   *The Break Down
         **Type/Format Arrangements
         **Activity/Function Arrangement
         **The Twain Shall Meet
         **The One and Only, Part I
         **Subgroups
         **Series and Subseries
         **Sequence of Series
         **Files and Items
         **Separated Material
   *Chunking It Out
   *Control
         **Collection-level control
         **Series-level control
         **File-level control
         **Item-level control
         **Multiple control levels
   *Where Should I Put It?
         **Correspondence
         **Writings
         **Financial and Legal Materials
         **Subject Files
         **Research Notes
         **Printed Material/Clippings
         **Other Materials
         **Volumes
         **Pictures
         **Audio/Film/Video/Microform/Electronic Media
         **Museum Items
   *Additions


4. Describing

5. Housing and Preserving

6. Finishing the Job


Appendices

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