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REGISTRAR - Humanities
- Field label
- Field mnemonic
- Field name
- Registrar Name
- Nom de l'archiviste
- Field definition
- This field contains the name of the registrar who processed the object.
- REGISTRATION FIELDS
- NOTE: This field has NOT been updated as part of the May 2010 Data Dictionary update. Priority for the Data Dictionary update was given to those fields that are required or strongly recommended for Artefacts Canada contribution. The Entry Rules for this field will be updated at a later date.
- Entry rules
- Enter names of individuals, from most recent to original, in the following format: surname, given name(s) or initial(s). Honorific titles or other information that ordinarily precede the name, should be entered after the given name or initials, and separated from them by a comma. Other descriptive information may be appended within parentheses. Initials should be followed by periods. Commas and periods should be followed by a space unless they are followed by other punctuation. A semicolon and a space should separate multiple entries.
- Cataloguers rules
- See also, Date Registered (REGD).
- Data type
- alpha-numeric string
- Beebe, W.
- Billings, Bradish
- Roy, C. A., Dr. (Director)
- Roy, C. A. (M.Sc.)
- Parker, Louise, Mrs. (Education)
- Roy, C. A. (Trent University)
- Dumoulin, Charles Albert
- Dumoulin, révérend père (directeur)
- Roy, C. A.
- Bélisle, Mireille-Andrée
- Roy, C. A., frère (directeur)
- CHIN ?
- Field label (French)
- NOM DE L'ARCHIVISTE
- Field mnemonic (French)
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