The Digital Mitford’s Guide to 19th-Century British Postmarks, and How To Code Them in TEI

Here is a colorful, annotated series of powerpoint slides prepared by Greg Bondar, working from my notes on TEI coding, our photos of letters from the Reading Central Library (posted with their permission), and information from the canonical reference tome, Alcock and Holland’s The Postmarks of Great Britain and Ireland. (Note that the online version of this is not complete, and we have the hardbound version to consult within the Mitford project.) Greg designed this series of slides to help us with identifying and encoding some of the more challenging aspects of 19th-century mansucript letters! Thanks, Greg!

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2 comments

  1. Reblogged this on Confessions of a Digital Romanticist and commented:

    Sharing from our Digital Mitford Project Blog–a very helpful annotated guide to TEI encoding of the more challenging aspects of 19th-c. manuscript letters.

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  2. Kellie Donovan-Condron · · Reply

    This is really helpful, thanks!

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