This is a mandatory field. Every record must have a title.
|Repeatable||No. Use the alternative_title to enter one or more subtitle(s), translated title(s), or other alternate form of a title.|
|Definition||The name given to the image by the creator or publisher; may also be an identifying phrase or name supplied by the contributing institution.|
Transcribe the title from the object itself, if available. If original title includes harmful or offensive terms, either include a harmful language statement in the description or alter the title and note the change in the description.
If not available, supply a title. Add the line “Title supplied by cataloger” to the end of the description field if only some of the titles in the collection have been supplied. When every title in a collection is supplied, a note to that effect in the collection-level description will suffice.
End the title with a period(.).
Capitalize only the initial first letter and proper names.
Remove leading articles (e.g. A, An, The).
Bible, France, mid 13th century, fragment.
The uncommon perspective of M.E.J. Colter.
Frankie McCoy and Joan Robertson, 1946.
Louisville and New Albany streetcar number 102, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.
Autumn in Jacob Park, Louisville, Ky. [abbreviated state used because title came from published postcard]
American Indian Art.1850-1900 The golden anniversary. Kentucky School of Medicine and Hospital in the city of Louisville.