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#1 pinidion

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Posted 09 September 2007 - 01:54 AM

ff [WRITER], [WRITERS LOCATION] [WRITERS CONTACT INFO] to [RECIPIENT], e-mail, [DATE], "[SHORT TITLE],"< [FILE],>< [RESEARCH SERIES],> [REPOSITORY]; privately held by [REPOSITORY REFERENCE], [REPOSITORY ADDRESS].

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[WRITER AND RECIPIENT], e-mail, [DATE].

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[REPOSITORY]. Various E-mails. Privately held by [REPOSITORY REFERENCE], [REPOSITORY ADDRESS].

prints something like
Joe Shmoe, Brooklyn, NY (E-ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE), to Jane Doe, e-mail, 5 July 2007, "happy day," Doe Research Files; privately held by Jane Doe, El Paso, Texas.

Shmoe to Doe, e-mail, 5 July 2007.

Doe Research Files. Various E-mails. Privately held by Jane Doe, El Paso, Texas.

#2 GenerationGoneBy

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Posted 09 September 2007 - 12:55 PM

Looks good. Can you tell us what group each source element is in so that you don't get duplications?
Glad to see you adding sources to the forum.

As agreed on TMG-L, we are going to use this forum for Source "sentences" too. SO that we can tell which are sentences and which are Source templates, please do as Pinidion did and put Source: and then the type of source in the subject line. That will make them easier to find by search.

#3 pinidion

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Posted 11 September 2007 - 08:23 AM

here goes:

short title - short title
writer & recipient - subtitle
writer - author
recipient - second person
date - date
writer's location - location
writer's contact info - second location
research series - record number (don't ask, i ran out of elements I think :))
file - film number

enjoy!




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