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Currently, public access to is through NARA’s ARC system; a web-accessible front end will be included in the new TMS
Discovery Tool (Summon), under development.
Exhibitions in Reading Rooms.
Finding aids are published to the Online Archive of California.
Images and data for portion of one large collection available in digital image database.
MS Word documents with box/folder/item detail on hard drive.
On-line galleries of reference photographs of items in the collection.
Paper printout of in-house ﬁnding aid.
Searchable ﬁnding aids database.
Temporary exhibitions within the library occasionally include artifacts.
VuFind search and discovery layer.
We are awaiting integration of our EAD ﬁnding aids into Primo, but for technical reasons having to do with this
software, this has not yet succeeded.
Web-accessible front end to Media Manager.
WordPress installation; Fedora repository (at least theoretically).
Numbering System for Artifacts
29. Does each artifact have a unique number? N=63
Always 13 21%
Sometimes 42 67%
Never 8 13%
30. What numbering system do you use for artifacts? Check all that apply. N=58
Archival identiﬁer (i.e., series, box, folder, etc.) 38 66%
Accession number (i.e., 2009.1.4) 37 64%