Records the unique identifier that has been appointed to the unit of description by the archivists, in order to facilitate references made to the fonds on an international level.
GR-OF CA CA-SF01-S01-F03-SF002-0005 (54)
Records the name of the unit of description.
“Collection 1912 onwards”
Identifies the date of creation of the unit of description.
LEVEL OF DESCRIPTION:
Identifies the level of arrangement of the unit of description (fonds, sub-fonds, series, sub-series, file, sub-file, item).
EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
Records the extent of the unit of description. In case of an item description, it records the exact dimensions of the item.
FORMER REFERENCE CODE:
Records the former identifier of the item as given by the Historical G. P. Savvidis Catalogue.
NAME OF CREATOR(S):
Identifies the author or the creator of the unit of description.
CONTENT AND STRUCTURE AREA
SCOPE AND CONTENT:
Provides a summary of the scope (such as, time periods, geography) and content of the unit of description.
Handwritten list for the distribution of the 1912 onwards Collection consisting of a small piece of paperboard with the title of the issue, a piece of paper initially folded in a bifolio, and two small-sized sheets, one of which bears notes on both sides of the sheet, while the second only on one. The names of individuals are recorded in chronological order (1918-1920); next to the names is the number of issues to be sent to each of them as well as notes by Cavafy regarding the person who mediates for the acquisition of the issue or who will be the final recipient. At the top of the list it is stated that the distribution started in March 1918. The total of issues distributed is recorded at the end of each page and then it is carried forward to the top of the next one.
CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE AREA
LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT NOTES:
Identifies the language(s) and script(s) employed in the unit of description.
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Provides information about important physical characteristics of the unit of description.
Paperboard, notepaper. Black ink; black and blue pencil. Watermarks: Conqueror London. Physical item wear: oxidations.
Key-words aiming to facilitate search within the fonds.