Nicholas Finke wrote:
>The DALF Guidelines from the Center Scholarly Editing and Document
>have an element <accMat> intended to describe "accompanying
>material" defined as "any significant additional material which may
>be closely associated with the letter." The examples make it clear
>that an enclosure fits this definition. This allows the recording of
>the relationship between the letters in a fairly simple way, and
>works even if you don't have a copy of the enclosure.
This same element is now "official" in TEI P5, as a part of the
msDescription module, which is what I would recommend for the
description of this kind of material.
>As an aside, I am a little puzzled by your use of typed <div>
>elements to record enclosures other than letters. If you need to
>keep them under the same <teiHeader>, you might use separate <text>
>elements to encode them.