Indent each note three spaces. Be certain to end each note with a period.
Give quotations from the material or from other sources in quotation marks. Follow the quotation by an indication of its source separated by two dashes. Use square brackets for interpolations within quotations.
When making informal notes, use statements that present the information as briefly as clarity, comprehension, and grammar permit.
Note on the source of a title (e.g. Title from printed label on back of image).
Continuation of title (e.g. Title continues...in the garden the day after the announcement and on the eve of his fifty-seventh birthday).
Continuation of caption (e.g. Caption continues...).
Type of finding aid (e.g. Unpublished finding aid to collection available from repository -- history, scope and content note, box listing).
Physical condition (e.g. Bad tear in upper right corner).
Contents of a collective entry (e.g. Contents: Winter -- Spring -- Summer -- Fall).
Notes on contacts with a repository (e.g. Royalty fees required).