Appendix: XML examples – The Metadata Manual

Appendix: XML examples

This appendix has XML records for exercises in Chapters 3 through 6. See Chapter 2 for an introduction to XML. Although you may never have to work directly in XML, you should be comfortable with interpreting an XML record, and understanding how the metadata is represented in XML. You may notice inconsistencies between records. All of these records are valid against the schemas, but individual institutions will need to create best practices for use within their institution.

Dublin Core (Chapter 3)

Exercise 3.1 Camel Rock, circa 1948

<metadata xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:dc="http://www.purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:dcterms="http://www.purl.org/dc/terms/">

 <dc:title>Camel Rock, circa 1948</dc:title>

 <dc:subject>Camel Rock (N.M.)</dc:subject>

 <dc:publisher>New Mexico State University Library</dc:publisher>

 <dc:type xsi:type="dcterms:DCMIType">Still Image</dc:type>

 <dc:format>image/jpeg</dc:format>

 <dc:identifier>02231280</dc:identifier>

 <dc:language xsi:type="dcterms:ISO639-3">eng</dc:language>

 <dcterms:isFormatOf>Ms02231280</dcterms:isFormatOf>

 <dcterms:isPartOf>Thomas K. Todsen Photograph Collection, Ms0223</dcterms:isPartOf>

 <dc:rights>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents</dc:rights>

</metadata>

Exercise 3.2 Motorcycle Machine Gun Corp, Las Cruces

<metadata xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:dc="http://www.purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:dcterms="http://www.purl.org/dc/terms/">

 <dc:title>Motorcycle Machine Gun Corp, Las Cruces</dc:title>

 <dc:subject>Motorcycle Machine Gun Corp</dc:subject>

 <dc:subject>Machine guns</dc:subject>

 <dc:subject>Motorcycle sidecars</dc:subject>

 <dc:description>Handwritten caption on photograph reads, "Motorcycle Machine Gun Corps, Las Cruces, 1913." Image shows a number of motorcycles parked in a large, grassy area. Digital image was created using Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh, at 8 bits and 300 dpi.</dc:description>

 <dc:publisher>New Mexico State University Library</dc:publisher>

 <dc:date xsi:type="dcterms:W3CDTF">1913</dc:date>

 <dcterms:created xsi:type="dcterms:W3CDTF">2009-02-26</dcterms:created>

 <dc:type xsi:type="dcterms:DCMIType">Still Image</dc:type>

 <dc:format>image/jpeg</dc:format>

 <dc:identifier>Ms00010258</dc:identifier>

 <dc:source>Ms0001, Box 4, Folder 3: black and white photograph</dc:source>

 <dc:language xsi:type="dcterms:ISO63 9-3">eng</dc:language>

 <dcterms:isFormatOf>Ms00010258</dcterms:isFormatOf>

 <dcterms:isPartOf>Branigan Memorial Library Photographs, Ms0001</dcterms:isPartOf>

 <dc:rights>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents</dc:rights>

</metadata>

Exercise 3.3: Men bagging chili peppers

<metadata xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:dc="http://www.purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:dcterms="http://www.purl.org/dc/terms/">

 <dc:title>Men bagging chile peppers</dc:title>

 <dc:subject xsi:type="dcterms:LCSH">Hot peppers</dc:subject>

 <dc:subject xsi:type="dcterms:LCSH">Hot pepper industry</dc:subject>

 <dc:description>Older database describes the image as, "Seven men sacking chile peppers for commercial sale," and notes that the item is oversized. Digital image was created using Adobe Photoshop CS5 Macintosh, at 24 bits and 300 dpi.</dc:description>

 <dc:publisher>New Mexico State University Library</dc:publisher>

 <dc:date>1920—1930</dc:date>

 <dcterms:created>2004-01-13</dcterms:created>

 <dc:type xsi:type="dcterms:DCMIType">Still Image</dc:type>

 <dc:format>image/jpeg</dc:format>

 <dc:identifier>04500241</dc:identifier>

 <dc:source>ua04500241, mounted photographic print</dc:source>

 <dcterms:isFormat0f>ua04500241</dcterms:isFormatOf>

 <dcterms:isPartOf>Fabian Garcia Papers, ua0450</dcterms:isPartOf>

 <dc:rights>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents</dc:rights>

</metadata>

EAD (Chapter 4)

<ead>

 <eadheader audience="internal" langencoding=" iso639-2b">

 <eadid countrycode="us">New Mexico State University Library</eadid>

 <filedesc>

 <titlestmt>

  <titleproper>Inventory of Photographs from the New Mexico State University Library</titleproper>

  <author>Processed by A. Jackson, R. Lubas, and I. Schneider</author>

 </titlestmt>

 <publicationstmt>

  <publisher>New Mexico State University Library, Archives and Special Collections</publisher>

  <address><addressline>Archives and Special

Collections</addressline><addressline>4th Floor Branson

Library</addressline><addressline>New Mexico State

University</addressline><addressline>Las Cruces, New

Mexico</addressline></address>

  <date>2 012</date>

  </publicationstmt>

 </filedesc>

 <profiledesc>

 <langusage>Finding aid is in <language>English</language></langusage>

 </profiledesc>

 <revisiondesc>

 </revisiondesc>

 </eadheader>

 <frontmatter>

 <titlepage><titleproper>Inventory of Photographs from the New Mexico State University Library</titleproper>

 <num>Collection number: MSS 01</num>

 <publisher>New Mexico State University Library, Archives and Special Collections</publisher>

 <date>Publication date: October 2012</date>

 <list>

  <head>Contact Information</head>

  <item>New Mexico State University Library</item>

  <item>Archives and Special Collections</item>

  <item>New Mexico State University</item>

  <item>Las Cruces, NM</item>

 </list>

 <list>

  <defitem>

  <label>Date processed:</label>

  <item>October 2012</item>

  </defitem>

 </list>

 </titlepage>

 </frontmatter>

 <archdesc level="collection">

 <did>

  <head>Collection Summary</head>

  <unittitle label="Title">Photographs from the New Mexico State University Library, <unitdate type="inclusive" >1913–194 8</unitdate></unittitle>

  <unitid label="Collection Number">MSS 01</unitid>

  <origination label="Creator">

  <corpname>New Mexico State University Library </corpname>

  </origination>

  <physdesc label="Size">

  <extent>1 folder (3 photographs) </extent>

  </physdesc>

  <repository label="Repository">

  <corpname>New Mexico State University. Archives and Special Collections.</corpname>

  </repository>

  <physloc label="Shelf Location">For current information on the location of these materials, please inquire at the access desk.</physloc>

  <langmaterial label="Language">

  <language langcode="eng">English.</language>

  </langmaterial>

 </did>

 <scopecontent>

  <head>Scope and Content</head>

  <p>These three photographs are dated from 1913–1948, and are included in The Metadata Manual: A Practical Workbook for exercises and examples.</p>

 </scopecontent>

 <bioghist>

  <head>Institutional History</head>

  <p>These photographs, from the New Mexico State University Library, are included in The Metadata Manual: A Practical Workbook for exercise examples. </p>

 </bioghist>

 <descgrp type="admininfo">

  <head>Administrative Information</head>

  <accessrestrict>

  <head>Access Restrictions</head>

  <p>None</p>

  </accessrestrict>

  <userestrict>

  <head>Copy Restrictions</head>

  <p>User responsible for all copyright compliance.</p>

  </userestrict>

  <prefercite>

  <head>Preferred Citation</head>

  <p>New Mexico State University Library, Archives and Special Collections, MSS 01</p>

  </prefercite>

 </descgrp>

 <controlaccess>

  <head>Access Terms</head>

  <subject source="lcsh">Motorcycle Machine Gun Corp</subject>

  <subject source="lcsh">Machine guns</subject>

  <subject source="lcsh">Motorcycle sidecars</subject>

  <subject source="lcsh">Hot peppers</subject>

  <subject source="lcsh">Hot pepper industry</subject>

  <geogname>Camel Rock (N.M.)</geogname>

 </controlaccess>

 <dsc type="in-<epth">

  <head>Contents List</head>

  <c01 level="item">

  <did>

   <container type="folder">1</container>

   <unittitle>3 photographs from various locations in New Mexico.</unittitle>

  </did>

  </c01>

 </dsc>

 </archdesc>

</ead>

CDWA (Chapter 5)

Exercise 5.1: Scene at Santa Fe Station

<cdwa:cdwalite xmlns:cdwa="http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite/CDWALite-xsd-public-v1-1.xsd">

 <cdwa:descriptiveMetadata>

 <cdwa:objectWorkTypeWrap>

  <cdwa:objectWorkType>digital image</cdwa:object WorkType>

 </cdwa:objectWorkTypeWrap>

 <cdwa:titleWrap>

  <cdwa:titleSet>

  <cdwa:title>Scene at Santa Fe Station</cdwa:title>

  </cdwa:titleSet>

 </cdwa:titleWrap>

 <cdwa:displayCreator>unknown America</cdwa:display Creator>

 <cdwa:indexingCreatorWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingCreatorSet>

  <cdwa:nameCreatorSet>

   <cdwa:nameCreator>unknown</cdwa:nameCreator>

  </cdwa:nameCreatorSet>

  <cdwa:nationalityCreator>American</cdwa:nationalityCreator>

  <cdwa:roleCreator>artist</cdwa:roleCreator>

  </cdwa:indexingCreatorSet>

  </cdwa:indexingCreatorWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingMeasurementsWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingMeasurementsSet>

   <cdwa:formatMeasurements>JPEG</cdwa:format Measurements>

  </cdwa:indexingMeasurementsSet>

  </cdwa:indexingMeasurementsWrap>

 <cdwa:displayMaterialsTech>digital imaging</cdwa:displayMaterialsTech>

 <cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechSet>

  <cdwa:termMaterialsTech>digital imaging</cdwa:termMaterialsTech>

  </cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechSet>

 </cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechWrap>

 <cdwa:displayCreationDate>unknown</cdwa:display CreationDate>

 <cdwa:indexingDatesWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingDatesSet>

  <cdwa:dateQualifier>Date of original</cdwa:date Qualifier>

  <cdwa:earliestDate>unknown</cdwa:earliestDate>

  <cdwa:latestDate>1935-12</cdwa:latestDate>

  </cdwa:indexingDatesSet>

  </cdwa:indexingDatesWrap>

  <cdwa:locationWrap>

  <cdwa:locationSet>

   <cdwa:locationName>New Mexico State University Library</cdwa:locationName>

  </cdwa:locationSet>

  </cdwa:locationWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingSubjectWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingSubj ectSet>

   <cdwa:subjectTerm>Train stations</cdwa:subjectTerm>

   <cdwa:subjectTerm>Santa Fe (N.M.)</cdwa:subjectTerm>

  </cdwa:indexingSubjectSet>

  </cdwa:indexingSubjectWrap>

  <cdwa:descriptiveNoteWrap>

  <cdwa:descriptiveNoteSet>

   <cdwa:descriptiveNote>Image showing a scene from the courtyard of the Santa Fe Station in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Older database indicates the original item is a photomechanical color print.</cdwa:descriptiveNote>

  </cdwa:descriptiveNoteSet>

  </cdwa:descriptiveNoteWrap>

  <cdwa:inscriptionsWrap>

  <cdwa:inscriptions>Handwritten captions along top read "[Ms223, 466]" and "[RG88-168]." Printed caption on the bottom reads, "Scene at Santa Fe Station."</cdwa:inscriptions>

  </cdwa:inscriptionsWrap>

  <cdwa:relatedWorksWrap>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>related to</cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>

  <cdwa:labelRelatedWork>Ms02230466</cdwa:label RelatedWork>

  </cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>part of</cdwa:related WorkRelType>

  <cdwa:labelRelatedWork>Ms022 3, Thomas K. Todsen Photographs</cdwa:labelRelatedWork>

  <cdwa:locRelatedWork>New Mexico State University Library</cdwa:locRelatedWork>

  </cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

 </cdwa:relatedWorksWrap>

 </cdwa:descriptiveMetadata>

 <cdwa:administrativeMetadata>

  <cdwa:rightsWork>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents</cdwa:rightsWork>

 </cdwa:administrativeMetadata>

</cdwa:cdwalite>

Exercise 5.2: Automobile Road on La Bajada Hill

<cdwa:cdwalite xmlns:cdwa="http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite/CDWALite-xsd-public-v1-1.xsd">

 <cdwa:descriptiveMetadata>

 <cdwa:obj ectWorkTypeWrap>

  <cdwa:objectWorkType>digital image</cdwa:object WorkType>

 </cdwa:objectWorkTypeWrap>

 <cdwa:titleWrap>

  <cdwa:titleSet>

  <cdwa:title>Automobile road on La Bajada Hill</cdwa:title>

  </cdwa:titleSet>

 </cdwa:titleWrap>

 <cdwa:displayCreator>unknown American</cdwa:display Creator>

 <cdwa:indexingCreatorWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingCreatorSet>

  <cdwa:nameCreatorSet>

   <cdwa:nameCreator>unknown American</cdwa:nameCreator>

  </cdwa:nameCreatorSet>

  <cdwa:roleCreator>artist</cdwa:roleCreator>

  </cdwa:indexingCreatorSet>

 </cdwa:indexingCreatorWrap>

 <cdwa:indexingMeasurementsWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingMeasurementsSet>

  <cdwa:formatMeasurements>JPEG</cdwa:format Measurements>

  </cdwa:indexingMeasurementsSet>

  </cdwa:indexingMeasurementsWrap>

 <cdwa:displayMaterialsTech>digital imaging</cdwa:displayMaterialsTech>

 <cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechSet>

  <cdwa:termMaterialsTech>digital imaging</cdwa:termMaterialsTech>

  </cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechSet>

 </cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechWrap>

 <cdwa:displayCreationDate>unknown</cdwa:displayCreationDate>

 <cdwa:indexingDatesWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingDatesSet>

  <cdwa:dateQualifier>Date of original</cdwa:date Qualifier>

  <cdwa:earliestDate>unknown</cdwa:earliestDate>

  <cdwa:latestDate>1913-02</cdwa:latestDate>

  </cdwa:indexingDatesSet>

 </cdwa:indexingDatesWrap>

 <cdwa:locationWrap>

  <cdwa:locationSet>

  <cdwa:locationName>New Mexico State University Library</cdwa:locationName>

  </cdwa:locationSet>

 </cdwa:locationWrap>

 <cdwa:indexingSubjectWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingSubjectSet>

  <cdwa:subjectTerm>La Bajada Hill (N.M)</cdwa:subjectTerm>

  <cdwa:subjectTerm>United States Highway 66</cdwa:subjectTerm>

  </cdwa:indexingSubjectSet>

 </cdwa:indexingSubjectWrap>

 <cdwa:descriptiveNoteWrap>

  <cdwa:descriptiveNoteSet>

  <cdwa:descriptiveNote>Image showing cars traveling a hillside road with multiple switchbacks. Older database indicates the original item is a tinted photomechanical post card.</cdwa:descriptiveNote>

  </cdwa:descriptiveNoteSet>

 </cdwa:descriptiveNoteWrap>

 <cdwa:inscriptionsWrap>

  <cdwa:inscriptions>Printed caption on top left reads, "Automobile Road on La Bajada Hill on ‘Ocean to Ocean Scenic Highway,’ near Santa Fe, New Mexico."</cdwa:inscriptions>

 </cdwa:inscriptionsWrap>

 <cdwa:relatedWorksWrap>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>part of</cdwa:related WorkRelType>

  <cdwa:labelRelatedWork>Ms0223, Thomas K. Todson Photographs</cdwa:labelRelatedWork>

  <cdwa:locRelatedWork>New Mexico State University Library</cdwa:locRelatedWork>

  </cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

 </cdwa:relatedWorksWrap>

 </cdwa:descriptiveMetadata>

 <cdwa:administrativeMetadata>

 <cdwa:rightsWork>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents</cdwa:rightsWork>

 </cdwa:administrativeMetadata>

 </cdwa:cdwalite>

Exercise 5.3: Danzante (matachin) group

<cdwa:cdwalite xmlns:cdwa="http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation= "http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite "http://www.getty.edu/CDWA/CDWALite/CDWALite-xsd-public-<1-1.xsd">

 <cdwa:descriptiveMetadata>

 <cdwa:obj ectWorkTypeWrap>

  <cdwa:objectWorkType>digital image</cdwa:objectWorkType>

 </cdwa:objectWorkTypeWrap>

 <cdwa:titleWrap>

  <cdwa:titleSet>

  <cdwa:title>Danzante (matachin) group</cdwa:title>

  </cdwa:titleSet>

 </cdwa:titleWrap>

 <cdwa:displayCreator>unknown</cdwa:displayCreator>

 <cdwa:indexingCreatorWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingCreatorSet>

  <cdwa:nameCreatorSet>

   <cdwa:nameCreator>unknown</cdwa:nameCreator>

  </cdwa:nameCreatorSet>

  <cdwa:roleCreator>photographer</cdwa:role Creator>

  </cdwa:indexingCreatorSet>

 </cdwa:indexingCreatorWrap>

 <cdwa:indexingMeasurementsWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingMeasurementsSet>

  <cdwa:formatMeasurements>JPEG</cdwa:format Measurements>

  </cdwa:indexingMeasurementsSet>

 </cdwa:indexingMeasurementsWrap>

 <cdwa:displayMaterialsTech>digital imaging</cdwa:displayMaterialsTech>

  <cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechSet>

  <cdwa:termMaterialsTech>digital imaging</cdwa:termMaterialsTech>

  </cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechSet>

 </cdwa:indexingMaterialsTechWrap>

 <cdwa:displayCreationDate>2009-02-19</cdwa:displayCreationDate>

 <cdwa:indexingDatesWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingDatesSet>

  <cdwa:dateQualifier>Date of original</cdwa:date Qualifier>

  <cdwa:earliestDate>1907-01-01</cdwa:earliestDate>

  <cdwa:latestDate>1907-12-31</cdwa:latestDate>

  </cdwa:indexingDatesSet>

 </cdwa:indexingDatesWrap>

 <cdwa:locationWrap>

  <cdwa:locationSet>

  <cdwa:locationName>New Mexico State University Library</cdwa:locationName>

  </cdwa:locationSet>

 </cdwa:locationWrap>

 <cdwa:indexingSubjectWrap>

  <cdwa:indexingSubjectSet>

  <cdwa:subjectTerm>Matachines (Dance)</cdwa:subjectTerm>

  </cdwa:indexingSubjectSet>

 </cdwa:indexingSubjectWrap>

 <cdwa:descriptiveNoteWrap>

  <cdwa:descriptiveNoteSet>

  <cdwa:descriptiveNote>Description in older database reads, "Danzante (matachin) group, man third from right is Cenovio Avalos, second from right is Francisco Dominguez. Las Cruces or Tortugas, New Mexico," and indicates that the original is a glass negative. Image shows a group composed of men in costume and young girls in white dresses. Digitized using Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh, at 8 bits, 300 dpi.</cdwa:descriptiveNote>

  </cdwa:descriptiveNoteSet>

 </cdwa:descriptiveNoteWrap>

 <cdwa:relatedWorksWrap>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>related to</cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>

  <cdwa:labelRelatedWork>Ms00040260</cdwa:labelRelatedWork>

  <cdwa:locRelatedWork>New Mexico State University Library, Archives and Special Collections Department, Rio Grande Historical Collections</cdwa:locRelatedWork>

  </cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>part of</cdwa:related WorkRelType>

  <cdwa:labelRelatedWork>Ms0004 Amador Family Papers</cdwa:labelRelatedWork>

  <cdwa:locRelatedWork>New Mexico State University Library, Archives and Special Collections Department, Rio Grande Historical Collections</cdwa:locRelatedWork>

  </cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

  <cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>part of larger context</cdwa:relatedWorkRelType>

  <cdwa:labelRelatedWork>Rocky Mountain Online Archives, Register of the Amador Family Papers, 1836–1949, http://rmoa.unm.edu/docviewer.php?docId=nmlcu1 ms4.xml</cdwa:labelRelatedWork>

  </cdwa:relatedWorkSet>

 </cdwa:relatedWorksWrap>

 </cdwa:descriptiveMetadata>

 <cdwa:administrativeMetadata>

 <cdwa:rightsWork>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents</cdwa:rightsWork>

 </cdwa:administrativeMetadata>

</cdwa:cdwalite>

VRA (Chapter 6)

Exercise 6.1: Booth of Casey-Ranch, Roswell Apple Show

<vra xmlns="http://www.vraweb.org/vracore4.htm" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.vraweb.org/vracore4.htm "http://www.vraweb.org/projects/vracore4/vra-4.0-restricted.xsd">

 <work id="w_04500236" refid="Ms04500236">

 <agentSet>

  <display>unknown (American)</display>

  <agent>

  <culture>American</culture>

  </agent>

 </agentSet>

 <culturalContextSet>

  <culturalContext>American</culturalContext>

 </culturalContextSet>

 <dateSet>

  <display>1911-10</display>

  <date type="creation">

  <earliestDate>1911-10</earliestDate>

  <latestDate>1911-10</latestDate>

  </date>

 </dateSet>

 <descriptionSet>

  <description>Image of a decorative produce display at the Roswell Apple Show. Display contains arranged crates showcasing a number of different types of apples. Identification signs among the crates read "Bellflower", "Vandi Ver Pippin", "R.I. Greening", "Keiffer Pears", "Apple-Commerce", "Gano", and "Blacktwig."</description>

 </descriptionSet>

 <inscriptionSet>

  <inscription>

  <position>Bottom right</position>

  <text>Winner of 5-Blue-Ribbons, 1 Second + Diploma, Roswell Apple Show. Oct, 5, 6, 7, 1911, copyright 1912 by L.W. Adams.</text>

  </inscription>

 </inscriptionSet>

 <locationSet>

  <location type="repository">

  <name type="corporate">New Mexico State University Libraries (Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States)</name>

  </location>

  <location type="site">

  <name type="geographic">Roswell (N.M.)</name>

  </location>

 </locationSet>

 <materialSet>

  <material>Photographic prints</material>

 </materialSet>

 <relationSet>

  <relation type="depicts">Booth of Casey Ranch, Roswell Apple show</relation>

 </relationSet>

 <rightsSet>

  <rights type="copyrighted">

  <text>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents, Please send questions to archives@lib.nmsu.edu</text>

  </rights>

 </rightsSet>

 <subjectSet>

  <subject vocab="LCSH" refid="n 80150257">

  <term type="geographicPlace">Roswell (N.M.)</term>

  </subject>

  <subject>

  <term type="corporateName">Casey Ranch</term>

  </subject>

  <subject>

  <term type="otherName">Roswell Apple Show</term>

  </subject>

  <subject vocab="LCSH" refid="sh 85002317">

  <term type="descriptiveTopic">Agricultural exhibitions</term>

  </subject>

  <subject vocab="LCSH" refid="sh 85047239">

  <term type="descriptiveTopic">Farm produce</term>

  </subject>

 </subjectSet>

 <titleSet>

  <display>Booth Casey-Ranch, Roswell Apple Show </display>

  <title type="descriptive" pref="true" xml:lang="en">Booth Casey-Ranch, Roswell Apple Show </title>

 </titleSet>

 <worktypeSet>

  <worktype vocab="AAT" refid="300127104">Photographic Prints</worktype>

 </worktypeSet>

 </work>

 <image id="i_04500236" refid="04500236">

  <dateSet>

  <display>2004-01-13</display>

  <date type="creation">

   <earliestDate>2004-01-13</earliestDate>

   <latestDate>2004-01-13</latestDate>

  </date>

  </dateSet>

  <descriptionSet>

  <description>Digitized at 24 bits and 200 dpi</description>

  </descriptionSet>

  <relationSet>

  <relation type="imageOf" relids="w_04500236"></relation>

  </relationSet>

  <techniqueSet>

  <display>digital imaging</display>

  <technique/>

  </techniqueSet>

  <titleSet>

  <title>Digitized image from black &amp; white photograph</title>

  </titleSet>

  <worktypeSet>

  <display>digital image</display>

  <worktype/>

  </worktypeSet>

 </image>

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Exercise 6.2: Cliff dwellings west of Santa Fe, N.M.

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Exercise 6.3: La Fonda, the Harvey Hotel at Santa Fe, New Mexico

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  <relation type="partOf">Thomas K. Todsen Photograph Collection</relation>

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  <text>Copyright NMSU Board of Regents. Please send questions to archives@lib.nmsu.edu</text>

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