The Marquis de Lafayette Prints Collection makes use of the following metadata fields:
Caption titles (printed or written) are transcribed as they appear on the print. Titles in square brackets are assigned by the cataloger.
Contains supplemental information (printed or written) that appears on the print and is not used in the creator/contributor/publisher/or notes fields.
Artists, engravers, lithographers, etchers, photographers, calligraphers associated with the print. Relator terms assigned to names.
Includes personal names, geographic names, and topical subjects that appear in the title, description note, and notes fields.
Name of publisher and/or printer as it appears on the print.
Date as it appears on the print. If it is a copyright date, the letter c precedes the date. If the print does not have a date, the field is left blank.
The process used for making the print.
The specific material designation (print) and the physical dimensions of the item (height and width in centimeters). Multiple size statements appear in the field.
Contains information related to Lafayette including historical scenes, political and social events, battles, homes, or anything not stated on the print. This field is also used to include descriptive information about the print.
Field used if print is fragile or damaged.
Donor’s name and date if known.
The prints from Special Collections are grouped into seventeen series. The Lafayette College Art Collection prints do not include a series statement.
The Special Collections item number contains Roman numerals which refer to the series followed by a number indicating the order within the series. The Lafayette Art Collection prints have accession numbers as their unique identifier.
Usage rights statement.
Entity responsible for publishing the digitized item.
Physical collection from which the item was scanned.
Name of the digital collection.
Link to downloadable reference image.
Link to image for close study.