Definition Specific reference within a bibliographic or archive item.
Guidance Use to record details specific to the volume number, chronological designation, page numbers, figures and plates. The bibliographic reference may be a general one, for example citing a whole article, or a specific cross-reference, for instance citing a page within an article as a source for descriptive text. If a monograph is being cross-referenced it will be necessary only to record the page, figure and plate numbers.
Controlled entry Free text.
Information group Archive and Bibliography
Examples VOLUME 36; NOVEMBER 1992; PAGES 77–85; FIGURE 1.