10. Notes (Table of Contents)

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1. Terry Cook, "The Concept of the Archival Fonds", in Terry Eastwood, ed., The Archival Fonds: From Theory to Practice. (Bureau of Canadian Archivists, 1992), p. 43. (Return)

2. RAD uses a mnemonic system for numbering its rules: all of the rules relating to title will be in the ".1" section of each chapter. The general rules are in 1.1, rules for giving titles to textual record units are in 3.1, etc. (Return)

3. Dates of founding/dissolution (Return)

4. Mandate/sphere of functional responsibility (Return)

5. Predecessor and successor bodies (Return)

6. Administrative relationships (Return)

7. Administrative structure (Return)

8. Names of the corporate bodies. (Return)

9. Name(s) of the chief officers (Return)

10. One might also include a series called "Photographs"; however, records are not usually divided into series based on media but rather on the activity that created them. This is also true for the oversize posters, which, despite the fact that they are stored in a separate storage area of the archives are still a part of the series whose functions they document. (Return)

11. Names and vital events (Return)

12. Place of residence (Return)

13. Education (Return)

14. Occupation, life and activities (Return)

15. RAD Manual, Rule 9.0A1, p. 9-1. (Return)

16. If there is a GMD there will be no specific material designation. (Return)