Appendix C Crosswalks

DACS to ISAAR(CPF) to EAC(CPF) 

DACS 

ISAAR(CPF) 

EAC-CPF

Chapter 2 Identity Elements

 

2.6 Name of Creator(s)

5.1 Identity area

<identity>

2.7 Administrative/ Biographical History

5.2.2 History

<biogHist>

2.7.13 Names

5.1.2 Authorized form(s) of name

<nameEntry> or <nameEntryParallel> with <authorizedForm>

2.7.14 Family information

5.2.7 Internal structure/Genealogy

<structureOrGenealogy>

2.7.15 Dates

5.2.1 Dates of existence

<existDates>

2.7.16 Place of residence

5.2.3 Places

<place> or <places>

2.7.17 Education

5.2.2 History

<biogHist>

2.7.18 Occupation, life, and activities

5.2.5 Functions, occupations, and activities

<occupation> or <occupations>

2.7.19 Other relationships

5.2.8 General context

<relations>

2.7.20 Family relationships

5.2.7 Internal structure/Genealogy

<cpfRelation cpfRelationType="family">

2.7.21 Other significant information

5.2.9 Other significant information

<generalContext>

2.7.22–23 Administrative history

5.2.2 History

<biogHist>

2.7.24 Dates of founding and/or dissolution

5.2.1 Dates of existence

<existDates>

2.7.25 Geographical areas

5.2.3 Places

<place> or <places>

2.7.26 Mandate

5.2.6 Mandates/Sources of authority

<mandate> or <mandates>

2.7.27 Functions

5.2.5 Functions, occupations, and activities

<function> or <functions>, <occupation> or <occupations>

2.7.28 Administrative structure

5.2.7 Internal structure/Genealogy

<structureOrGenealogy>

2.7.29 Predecessor and successor bodies

5.2.2 History

<cpfRelation cpfRelationType="temporal-earlier"> or "temporal-later"

2.7.30 Amalgamations and mergers

5.2.2 History

<cpfRelation cpfRelationType="[value]">

2.7.31 Name changes

5.2.2 History

<cpfRelation cpfRelationType="[value]">

2.7.32 Names of officers

5.2.2 History

 

2.7.33 Other significant information

5.2.8 General context

<generalContext>

Part II: Chapter 9 Archival Authority Records / Chapter 10 Form of the Name

 

10.1 Authorized Form of the Name

5.1.2 Authorized form(s) of name

<nameEntry> or <nameEntryParallel> with <authorizedForm>

10.2 Type of Entity

5.1.1 Type of entity

<entityType>

10.3 Variant Forms of Names

5.1.3 Parallel forms of name

<nameEntryParallel>

10.3.2 Standardized form of the name according to other rules

5.1.4 Standardized forms of name according to other rules

<nameEntry> or <nameEntryParallel> with <authorizedForm>

10.3.3 Other forms of name

5.1.5 Other forms of name

<nameEntry> or <nameEntryParallel> with <alternativeForm>

10.4 Identifiers for Corporate Bodies

5.1.6 Identifiers for corporate bodies

<entityID>

Chapter 11 Description of the Person, Family, or Corporate Body

 

11.1 Dates of Existence

5.2.1 Dates of existence

<existDate>

11.2 Historical Summary

5.2.2 History

<biogHist>

11.3 Places

5.2.3 Places

<place> or <places>

11.4 Legal Status

5.2.4 Legal Status

<legalStatus> or <legalStatuses>

11.5 Functions, Occupations, and Activities

5.2.5 Functions, occupations, and activities

<function> or <functions>, <occupation> or <occupations>

11.6 Mandates/Source of Authority

5.2.6 Mandates/Sources of authority

<mandate> or <mandates>

11.7 Internal Structure/Genealogy

5.2.7 Internal structure/Genealogy

<structureOrGenealogy>

Chapter 12 Related Corporate Bodies, Persons, and Families

 

12.1–12.2 Names/Identifiers of Related Corporate Bodies, Persons, or Families and Type of Related Entity

5.3.1 Names/identifiers of related corporate bodies, persons or families

<cpfRelation> and <entityType>

12.3 Nature of Relationship

5.3.2 Category of relationship

<cpfRelation cpfRelationType="[value]">

12.3 Nature of Relationship

5.3.3 Description of the relationship

<objectXMLWrap> or <objectBinWrap> or <relationEntry>

 

12.4 Dates of the Relationship

5.3.4 Dates of the relationship

<cpfRelation>/<date> or <dateRange> or <dateSet>

 

Authority Record Management

 

 

13.1 Repository Code

5.4.2 Institution identifiers

<maintenanceAgency/agencyCode and/or agencyName>

 

13.2 Authority Record Identifier

5.4.1 Authority record identifier

<recordId>

 

13.3 Rules or Conventions

5.4.3 Rules and/or conventions

<conventionDeclaration>

 

13.4 Status

5.4.4 Status

<maintenanceStatus>

 

13.5 Level of Detail

5.4.5 Level of detail

<localControl>

 

13.6 Date(s) of Authority Record Creation and Revision

5.4.6 Dates of creation, revision, or deletion

<maintenanceEvent>/<eventDateTime>

 

13.7 Languages or Scripts

5.4.7 Languages and scripts

<languageDeclaration>

 

13.8 Sources

5.4.8 Sources

<sources>

 

13.9 Maintenance Information

5.4.9 Maintenance notes

<maintenanceEvent>/ <maintenanceDescription>

 

Related Archival Materials and Other Resources

 

 

14.1 Identifiers and Titles of Related Resources

6.1 Identifiers and titles of related resources

<objectXMLWrap> or <objectBinWrap> or <relationEntry>

 

14.2 Types of Related Resources

6.2 Types of related resources

<resourceRelation xlink:role="[value]">

 

14.3 Nature of Relationship to Related Resources

6.3 Nature of relationships

<resourceRelation resourceRelationType=" [value]">

 

14.4 Dates of Related Resources and/or Relationships

6.4 Dates of related resources and/or relationships

<resourceRelation>/<date> or <dateRange> or <dateSet>

 

 DACS to RDA 

DACS

RDA

Part I

2.1 Reference Code

2.15 Manifestations; 2.19 Item-level (They have an archival example here.)

2.2 Name and Location of Repository

 

2.3 Title

2.3.2.11.4

2.4 Date

2.7.6.7

2.5 Extent

3.4.1.11

2.6 Name of Creator(s)

19, 21, 22

2.7 Administrative/Biographical History

9.17

2.7.13 Names

9.2

2.7.14 Family information

9.17

2.7.15 Dates

9.8-9.9

2.7.16 Place of residence

9.11; 9.8-9.9

2.7.17 Education

9.17

2.7.18 Occupation, life, and activities

9.15–9.16

2.7.19 Relationships

30 (Persons); 31 (Families); 32 (Corporations)

2.7.20 Family relationships

31 (Families)

2.7.21 Other information

9.17

2.7.22–2.7.23 Administrative history

11.11

2.7.24 Dates of founding and/or dissolution

11.4.3; 11.4.4

2.7.25 Geographical areas

11.3

2.7.26 Mandate

11.11

2.7.27 Functions

11.10

2.7.28 Administrative Structure

No RDA equivalent

2.7.29 Predecessor and successor bodies

32 (related bodies)

2.7.30 Amalgamations and mergers

 

2.7.31 Name changes

RDA wants you to create a separate record for each name.

2.7.32 Chief Officers

30 (related persons)

2.7.33 Other significant information

 

3.1 Scope and Content

7.10

3.2 System of Arrangement

7.8

4.1 Conditions Governing Access

4.4

4.2 Physical Access

No RDA equivalent (perhaps 3.21)

4.3 Technical Access

3.20

4.4 Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

4.5

4.5 Languages and Scripts of the Material

7.12; 7.13

4.6 Finding Aids

25.1 (related work)

5.1 Custodial History

2.17

5.2 Immediate Source of Acquisition

2.18

5.3 Appraisal, Destruction, and Scheduling Information

No RDA equivalent

5.4 Accruals

No RDA equivalent

6.1 Existence and Location of Originals

28.1 (related manifestations)

6.2 Existence and Location of Copies

28.1

6.3 Related Archival Materials

24.4.3 b (related works unstructured description)

6.4 Publication Note

25 (related work)

7.1 Notes

2.20 (manifestations/items)

8.1 Description Control

5.7 (work)

Part II

9 Archival Authority Records

19.2; 19.3

10.1 Authorized Form of the Name

9.19 (Person); 10.10 (Families); 11.13 (Corporate bodies)

10.2 Type of Entity

 

10.3.1 Parallel forms of name

8.7 (variant forms)

10.3.2 Standardized form of the name according to other rules

9.19.2

10.3.3 Other forms of name

9.19.2

11 Description of the Person, Family, or Corporate Body

11.12

11.1 Dates of Existence

9.3 (Person); 10.4 (Family); 11.4 (Corporate bodies)

11.2 Historical Summary

9.17 (Person); 10.8 (Family); 11.11 (Corporate body)

11.3 Places

9.8–9.12 (Person); 10.5 (Family); 11.3 (Corporate body)

11.4 Legal Status

11.7

11.5 Functions, Occupations, and Activities

9.15–9.16 (Person); 11.10 (Corporate body)

11.6 Mandates/Sources of Authority

 

11.7 Internal Structure/Genealogy

10.8 (Family); 11.11 (Corporate body)

12.1 Names/Identifiers of Related Corporate Bodies, Persons, or Families

30 (Person); 31 (Families); 32 (Corporate body)

12.2 Type of Related Entity

 

12.3 Nature of Relationship

30.2 (Person); 31.2 (Family); 32.2 (Corporate body)

12.4 Dates of the Relationship

 

13.1 Repository Code

 

13.2 Authority Record Identifier

 

13.3 Rules or Conventions

 

13.4 Status

8.10

13.5 Level of Detail

 

13.6 Date(s) of Authority Record Creation and Revision

 

13.7 Languages or Scripts

8.4

13.8 Sources

8.12

13.9 Maintenance Information

 

14.1 Identifiers and Titles of Related Resources

18–22

14.2 Types of Related Resources

 

14.3 Nature of Relationship to Related Resources

K, Relationship designators

14.4 Dates of Related Resources and/or Relationships

 

ISAD(G) to DACS

 

ISAD(G)

 

DACS

3.1 Identity Statement Area

 

3.1.1 Reference code(s)

2.1 Reference Code

3.1.2 Title

2.3 Title

3.1.3 Dates

2.4 Date

3.1.4 Level of description

1 Levels of Description

3.1.5 Extent and medium of the unit

2.5 Extent

3.2 Context Area

 

3.2.1 Name of creator

2.6, Part II Describing Creators

3.2.2 Administrative/ Biographical history

2.7, 11.2 Administrative/Biographical History

3.2.3 Archival history

5.1 Custodial History

3.2.4 Immediate source of acquisition

5.2 Immediate Source of Acquisition

3.3 Context and Structure Area

 

3.3.1 Scope and content

3.1 Scope and content

3.3.2 Appraisal, destruction and scheduling

5.3 Appraisal, Destruction, and Scheduling Information

3.3.3 Accruals

5.4 Accruals

3.3.4 System of arrangement

3.2 System of Arrangement

3.4 Conditions of Access and Use Area

 

3.4.1 Conditions governing access

4.1 Conditions Governing Access

3.4.2 Conditions governing reproduction

4.4 Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

 3.4.3 Language/scripts of material

4.5 Languages and Scripts of the Material

3.4.4 Physical characteristics and technical requirements

4.2 Physical Access/4.3 Technical Access

3.4.5 Finding aids

4.6 Finding Aids

3.5 Allied Materials Area

 

3.5.1 Existence and location of originals

6.1 Existence and Location of Originals

3.5.2 Existence and location of copies

6.2 Existence and Location of Copies

3.5.3 Related units of description

6.3 Related Archival Materials

3.5.4 Publication note

6.4 Publication Note

3.6 Notes Area

 

3.6.1 Note

7 Notes

3.7 Description Control Area

 

3.7.1 Archivist's note

8.1.5 Archivist and date

3.7.2 Rules or conventions

8.1.4 Rules or conventions

3.7.3 Date(s) of descriptions

8.1.5 Archivist and date

 DACS to EAD and MARC

DACS

EAD

MARC

1 Level of Description

<archdesc> and <c> level attribute

351$c

2 Identity Elements

2.1.3 Local identifier

<unitid>

099, 090

2.1.4 Repository identifier

<unitid> repositorycode attribute

040$a

2.1.5 Country identifier

<unitid> countrycode attribute

The MARC21 format does not contain a straightforward mapping for this DACS subelement value.

2.2 Name and Location of Repository

<repository>

852, 524 (if the preferred citation indicates both the name and location of the repository)

2.3 Title

<unittitle>

245$a

2.4 Date

<unitdate>

264 _0 $c

2.5 Extent

<physdesc> and subelements <extent>, <dimensions>, <genreform>, <physfacet>

300$a and potentially other subfields

2.6 Name of Creator(s)

<origination>

100, 110, or 111; 700, 710, or 711 for names in addition to that of the predominant creator

2.7 Admininstrative/Biographical History

<bioghist>

545

3 Content and Structure Elements

3.1 Scope and Content

<scopecontent>

520

3.2 System of Arrangement

<arrangement>

351

4 Access Elements

4.1 Conditions Governing Access

<accessrestrict>

506

4.2 Physical Access

<accessrestrict>, <phystech>, <physloc>

340, 506

4.3 Technical Access

<phystech>

340, 538

4.4 Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

<userestrict>

540

4.5 Languages and Scripts of the Material

<langmaterial>

546

4.6 Finding Aids

<otherfindaid>

555

5 Acquisition and Appraisal Elements

5.1 Custodial History

<custodhist>

561

5.2 Immediate Source of Acquisition

<acqinfo>

541

5.3 Appraisal, Destruction, and Scheduling Information

<appraisal>

583

5.4 Accruals

<accruals>

584

6 Related Materials Elements

6.1 Existence and Location of Originals

<originalsloc>

535

6.2 Existence and Location of Copies

<altformavail>

530, 533

6.3 Related Archival Materials

<relatedmaterial>

<separatedmaterial>

544

6.4 Publication Note

<bibliography><p> or <bibliography><bibref>

581

7 Notes1

<odd>, <note>

500

8 Description Control

<processinfo>

583

8.1.4 Rules or conventions

<descrules>

040$e

8.1.5 Archivist and date

<processinfo><p><date>

583

DACS to ISAD(G)

DACS 

ISAD(G)

1 Levels of Description

3.1.4 Level of description

2 Identity Elements

 

2.1 Reference Code

3.1.1 Reference code(s)

2.3 Title

3.1.2 Title

2.4 Date

3.1.3 Dates

2.5 Extent

3.1.5 Extent and medium of the unit

2.6 Name of Creator(s)

3.2.1 Name of creator

2.7 Administrative/Biographical History

3.2.2 Administrative/Biographical history

3 Content and Structure Elements

 

3.1 Scope and Content

3.3.1 Scope and content

3.2 System of Arrangement

3.3.4 System of arrangement

4 Access Elements

 

4.1 Conditions Governing Access

3.4.1 Conditions governing access

4.2 Physical Access

3.4.4 Physical characteristics and technical requirements

4.3 Technical Access

3.4.4 Physical char. and technical req.

4.4 Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

3.4.2 Conditions governing reproduction

4.5 Languages and Scripts of the Material

3.4.3 Language/scripts of material

4.6 Finding Aids

3.4.5 Finding aids

5 Acquisition and Appraisal Elements

 

5.1 Custodial History

3.2.3 Archival history

5.2 Immediate Source of Acquisition

3.2.4 Immediate source of acquisition

5.3 Appraisal, Destruction, and Scheduling Information

3.3.2 Appraisal, destruction, scheduling

5.4 Accruals

3.3.3 Accruals

6 Related Materials Elements

 

6.1 Existence and Location of Originals

3.5.1 Existence and location of originals

6.2 Existence and Location of Copies

3.5.2 Existence and location of copies

6.3 Related Archival Materials

3.5.3 Related units of description

6.4 Publication Note

3.5.4 Publication note

7 Notes

3.6.1 Note

8 Description Control

3.7.1 Archivist’s note

8.1.4 Rules or conventions

3.7.2 Rules or conventions

8.1.5 Archivist and date

3.7.3 Date(s) of descriptions

Part II: Introduction to Describing Creators

3.2.1 Name of creator

10 Form of the Name

3.2.2 Administrative/Biographical history

11 Description of the Person, Family, or Corporate Body

 

12 Related Corporate Bodies, Persons, and Families

 

13 Authority Record Management

 

14 Related Archival Materials and Other Resources

 

 


[1] Notes should only be encoded using the more generic <odd> and <note> elements (EAD) or 500 field (MARC 21) when they do not correspond to a more specific EAD element or MARC 21 field.

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