Unique reference number of a particular item or set of items in the catalogue usually made up of a pre-fix set of letters followed by numbers. It is important to include ‘*’ in a ‘Reference Number’ search to produce the best results.
Explanation of what the item is.
Detailed explanation of what the item is; may be referred to as ‘Scope and Content’ and include physical description/condition, and in some cases a transcription.
Tool used to find items relating to a particular subject. See the ‘Terms’ button in ‘Advanced search’ for options.
Normal locale of the item. See the drop down list in the ‘Advanced search’ option.
Tool to group different classifications of items together. See the drop down list in ‘Advanced search’.
Identification of author, artist, etc., associated with item.
Amount of items, objects, etc., within a particular unique reference number.
Relative position of an item within a collection, shown in scrollable tree form.
Pointers to similar items in the catalogue that may be of interest.
Information about people or organisations related to the item.
Information relating to places associated with the item.