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From: Brad Rogers <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] How does SEAX work?
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:10:35 +0100
On Thu, 30 Jun 2011 07:34:01 -0700
Jennifer <> wrote:
> them. Is it just a record of holdings or are these items digitized?
Some are, some aren't.
Any search will give a list of results (obviously). If there's just a
description, such as;
12 D/DU 2318/10Photograph of Leslie RATCLIFF Speakman
Then there is nothing online, except a (slightly) more detailed listing
of the holding.
If there's am icon that looks like a picture frame, then there's also
digitised images. For eaxmple;
2 T/Z 562/1 Digital copies of photograph album of Speakman family of
Danbury, c.1870 - early 20th century [Item contains images.] 1870-1940
Note the part [Item contains images.]. That is where the icon is
located. Click that icon, and you'll go to a page with description and
a drop-down list of the images available. They could number quite a few.
Hope this helps.
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