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Describing North Carolina Maps: Sample Record

The following examples show catalog records for the 1893 map of Alamance County published by William Luther Spoon. The examples include a MARC record (used by the UNC Library), an EAD record (used by the North Carolina State Archives), and a record created from these for the North Carolina Maps project.

MARC Record

LEADER 00000cem  2200361Ia 4500 
001    52488349 
005    20030624114932.0 
007    aj canzn   
008    030624s1893    ncud      a  c  0   eng d 
034 1  a|b31680 
040    NOC|cNOC 
043    n-us-nc 
052    3903|bA3 
099  9 Cm912.1|a1893s 
100 1  Spoon, William L.|q(William Luther),|d1862-1942. 
245 10 Map of Alamance County, North Carolina|h[cartographic 
       material]. 
255    Scale [1:31,680]. 2 in. = 1 mile. 
260    Burlington, N.C. :|bWm. L. Spoon,|cc1893.|e(Cleveland, O. 
       :|fH.B. Stranahan & Co., Engravers) 
300    1 map :|bill., col. ;|c130 x 80 cm. 
500    Relief shown by hachures. 
500    Shows cities and towns, townships, roads, houses, churches,
       mills, and businesses. 
500    Includes ill. and portraits in top margin: Oneida Cotton 
       mills -- Chief Justice Thos. Ruffin -- Governor Thos. M. 
       Holt. 
500    In right margin: Alphabetical list of distances from 
       Graham -- Miscellaneous distances -- Historical, 
       statistical and geological facts -- Agriculture and 
       manufacturing. 
500    "Approved by the Board of County Commissioners of Alamance
       County." 
650  0 Roads|zNorth Carolina|zAlamance County|vMaps. 
650  0 Church buildings|zNorth Carolina|zAlamance County|vMaps. 
650  0 Business enterprises|zNorth Carolina|zAlamance County
       |vMaps. 
650  0 Households|zNorth Carolina|zAlamance County|vMaps. 
651  0 Alamance County (N.C.)|xGenealogy|vMaps. 
651  0 Alamance County (N.C.)|vMaps. 
651  0 Alamance County (N.C.)|xHistory. 
935    BHP-3580 
994    02|bNOC


EAD Record

<c04 level="Item">
  <did>
    <unitid type="Mars">3.1.1.3</unitid>
    <unittitle>Map of Alamance County, North Carolina (William Luther Spoon)</unittitle>
    <unitdate>1893</unitdate>
    <container id="MC.001.1893s"/>
    <physdesc>
      <genreform>Photographs</genreform>
      <desc>Manuscript mounted on linen, hand-applied colors</desc>
      <dimensions>131x89cm.</dimensions>
      <physfacet type="unknown">2 mi./1 in. [or 1:126,720]</physfacet>
      <extent>
        <quantity>1</quantity>
        <unit>Sheet(s)</unit>
      </extent>
    </physdesc>
    <physloc>
      <site>Archive Stacks</site>
      <loc/>
    </physloc>
    <origination>
      <persname>Spoon, William Luther</persname>
    </origination>
    <note>Map formerly numbered M.C.86-B.</note>
  </did>
  <edid>
    <catid>354329</catid>
    <sorttext>MMC 00000122880000000000000-4136960000012288</sorttext>
    <iutitle catid="354323" seq="0">North Carolina Maps</iutitle>
    <iutitle catid="354324" seq="1">North Carolina County Maps</iutitle>
    <iutitle catid="354326" seq="2">Alamance County Maps</iutitle>
    <class>MC</class>
    <enc-container-flag>True</enc-container-flag>
  </edid>
  <controlaccess>
    <corpname source="SASH">H. B. Stranahan and Co.</corpname>
    <corpname source="SASH">Oneida Cotton Mills</corpname>
    <corpname source="SASH">Stranahan, H. B., and Co.</corpname>
    <persname source="SASH">Holt, Thomas M.</persname>
    <persname source="SASH">Ruffin, Thomas</persname>
    <geogname source="SASH">Oneida Cotton Mills</geogname>
    <subject source="SASH">Engravers</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Townships</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Landowners</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Churches</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Post Offices</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Blacks</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Stores, Retail</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Mines and Mineral Resources</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Canneries</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Schools</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Sawmills</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Fairgrounds</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Factories</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Battlefields</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Wagon Shops</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Geological Data</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Statistical Data</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Historical Data</subject>
    <subject source="SASH">Manufacturing Data</subject>
  </controlaccess>
  <scopecontent>
  Map drawn by William Luther Spoon, (1862-1942). 
Engraved by H.B. Stranahan and Co., Engravers, Cleveland, Ohio. Map shows townships, landowners, churches, post offices, Black churches, retail stores, mines, canneries, schools, sawmills, fairgrounds, factories, battlefields, wagon shops.
In the upper border are photographs of Oneida Cotton Mills in Graham, NC, Governor Thomas M. Holt, and Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin, with statistical data reported under each photograph. Also reported in the margins are the County Officers, the Board of County Commissioners, county data on agriculture and manufacturing, distances between towns, and historical, statistical, and geological data. </scopecontent> <othercopy> <loc>SR</loc> <callnumber>MC.001.1893s c.2</callnumber> </othercopy> <othercopy> <loc>SR</loc> <callnumber>MC.001.1893s1</callnumber> </othercopy> <othercopy> <loc>SR</loc> <callnumber>MC.001.1893s1 c.2</callnumber> </othercopy> </c04>

North Carolina Maps Record

Title Map of Alamance County, North Carolina (William Luther Spoon)
Creator - Individual Spoon, William Luther
Creator - Organization H.B. Stranahan and Co.
Place of Publication Cleveland, Ohio
Publisher H.B. Stranahan and Co.
Date Published 1893
Date Depicted 1893
Abstract Manuscript mounted on linen, hand-applied colors. Relief shown by hachures. Map shows townships, landowners, churches, post offices, African American churches, retail stores, mines, canneries, schools, sawmills, fairgrounds, factories, battlefields, wagon shops. In the upper border are photographs of Oneida Cotton Mills in Graham, N.C., Governor Thomas M. Holt, and Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin, with statistical data reported under each photograph. Also reported in the margins are the County Officers, the Board of County Commissioners, county data on agriculture and manufacturing, distances between towns, and historical, statistical, and geological data. Townships shown include Morton, Faucette, Pleasant Grove, Melville, Graham, Burlington, Boon Station, Thompson, Albright, Coble, Patterson, and Newlin.
Theme County Maps
Type General
Layers Businesses
Colors
Creeks and Streams
Decorative Illustrations
Distances
Houses
Landowners
Mills
Mountains
Places of Worship
Population
Post Offices
Railroads
Roads
Schools
Stores
Townships
Subject - Geographic Alamance County (N.C.) -- Maps.
Alamance County (N.C.) -- History.
Alamance County (N.C.) -- Genealogy -- Maps.
Subject - Name Ruffin, Thomas, 1824-1888.
Holt, Thomas M. (Thomas Michael), 1831-1896.
Subject - Organization Oneida Cotton Mills (Graham, N.C.)
Subject - Topical Roads -- North Carolina -- Alamance County -- Maps.
Church buildings -- North Carolina -- Alamance County -- Maps.
Households -- North Carolina -- Alamance County -- Maps.
Business enterprises -- North Carolina -- Alamance County -- Maps.
Subject - Graphic Portraits
Mills
Scope United States, North Carolina, Piedmont Region, Alamance County
Places Depicted Alamance County (N.C.)
West Longitude -79.536111
East Longitude -79.233333
North Latitude 34.244444
South Latitude 35.833333
Scale 1:126,720
Size 131 x 89 cm.
Medium Paper
Language English
Repository North Carolina State Archives
Digital Collection North Carolina Maps
Host University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sponsor Library Services and Technology Act, distributed through the State Library of North Carolina
Call Number MC.001.1893s;MARS Id 3.1.1.1.3
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