Hi Ed, Apologies if any of my Stanford cohorts have informed you about the Bassi Veratti Collection Site ( http://bv.stanford.edu ) we created here last year using Blacklight. You can drill down into boxes and folders of each of the Series in the "Content inventory" ( http://bv.stanford.edu/en/inventory ). In each folder you will find thumbnails of various items that then link to a full description and digital image. We are hosting the EAD on GitHub if you're interested in looking at the original XML ( https://github.com/sul-dlss/bassi-ead-xml ). I would be more than happy to explain more about the background if it's useful. Hope that helps! - Jessie On Jan 14, 2014, at 7:38 AM, Edward Summers <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Hi all, > > I was wondering if anyone can point me at example(s) of finding aids (either EAD XML or HTML) that are linked to digital object of some kind. For example a container list that links to a digital image that is available on the Web. > > Iím doing a bit of an informal survey so if you see someone has responded, but you have a different example please send it along either here on list or to me directly. > > Thanks! > //Ed > > PS. sorry for the duplication.