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| [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlehitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&callno=941.5+D27gj Link]. Call number (<u>book</u> in this case) automatically detected!
 
| [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlehitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&callno=941.5+D27gj Link]. Call number (<u>book</u> in this case) automatically detected!
 
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| {{tlx|FHL|977.5 H2q vol. 3j}}  
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| {{FHL|977.5 H2q vol. 3}}  
 
| {{FHL|977.5 H2q vol. 3}}  
 
| [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlehitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&callno=977.5+H2q+vol.+3 Link]. Call number (<u>book</u> with a specific volume in this case) automatically detected!
 
| [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlehitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&callno=977.5+H2q+vol.+3 Link]. Call number (<u>book</u> with a specific volume in this case) automatically detected!
 
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| {{tlx|FHL|973 A1 no. 45j}}  
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| {{FHL|973 A1 no. 45}}  
 
| {{FHL|973 A1 no. 45}}  
 
| [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlehitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&callno=973+A1+no.+45 Link]. Call number (<u>pamphlet</u> in this case) automatically detected! Thousands of the "A1"s exists. A1 means its a small book-too small for the call number to placed on the spine, so they put them in bins.
 
| [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlehitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&callno=973+A1+no.+45 Link]. Call number (<u>pamphlet</u> in this case) automatically detected! Thousands of the "A1"s exists. A1 means its a small book-too small for the call number to placed on the spine, so they put them in bins.

Revision as of 20:12, 19 August 2010

At this time, this only works based upon film, fiche, or book number. Other IDs or other cases are not set up to work as examples may be needed or other answers. Are there other cases needed to link to the Family History Library Catalog? If so, please discuss them in the right section on the Discussion page.

This is the {{FHL}} template. This template is used for formatting the text and links for FHL items generally used in source citations. Only one parameter is used and required, the FHL item number. When you search the Family History Library Catalog at http://www.FamilySearch.org/, you will find the call number which should be entered in the template as the first parameter.

Examples

All film or fiche require a "Film Number Search" (using only numbers, no letters, spaces, commas, or periods (none of these should be included)). Books, pamphlets, CDs, pedigrees, and maps require a "Call Number Search" (contains a combination of numbers and letters and always a space).

Entered Produces Notes
Current FHLC
{{FHL|782195}} FHL 782195 Link. No type specified. Automatically detect either a call number or a film number (this case). This is the recommended method.
{{FHL| 782195 }} FHL 782195 Spaces before and after are automatically sucked up.
{{FHL|941.5 D27gj}} FHL 941.5 D27gj Link. Call number (book in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|977.5 H2q vol. 3}} FHL 977.5 H2q vol. 3 Link. Call number (book with a specific volume in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|973 A1 no. 45}} FHL 973 A1 no. 45 Link. Call number (pamphlet in this case) automatically detected! Thousands of the "A1"s exists. A1 means its a small book-too small for the call number to placed on the spine, so they put them in bins.
{{FHL|016.9291 K128g supp. 1987}} FHL 016.9291 K128g supp. 1987 Link. Call number (book with a supplemental year in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|289.309 R541c index}} FHL 289.309 R541c index Link. Call number (book index in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|428.1 M855a v. 1 pt. 1 1995}} FHL 428.1 M855a v. 1 pt. 1 1995 Link. Call number (book with volume, part, and year in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|792.026 K824h}} FHL 792.026 K824h Link. Call number (book in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|973 E7fra}} FHL 973 E7fra Link. Call number (map in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|CD-ROM no. 1126}} FHL CD-ROM no. 1126 Link. Call number (CD in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|no. 1126}} FHL no. 1126 Link. Call number (pedigree in this case) automatically detected!
{{FHL|782195|film}} FHL 782195 This type has been kept around for purposes of backward compatibility. It may be used to override the automatic detection. However, automatic detection is strongly recommended.
{{FHL|941.5 D27gj|book}} FHL 941.5 D27gj This type has been kept around for purposes of backward compatibility. It may be used to override the automatic detection. However, automatic detection is strongly recommended.
{{FHL|782195|junk}} FHL 782195 Invalid type. Do same as no type specified.
{{FHL}} INVALID/MISSING FHL number Missing number
Is this needed?
{{FHL|343687|item}} FHL Collection Link. For some unusual cases. The display would not make sense to display the ID used internal to the FHLC. Do we need this?
Beta FHLC
{{FHL|782195}} FHL 782195 Link. No type specified. Either a book call number (starts with a '9') or a film number (this case). This is the recommended method.
{{FHL| 782195}} FHL 782195 Spaces before and after are automatically sucked up. For film numbers only, should commas & periods (international) be sucked up?
{{FHL|941.5 D27gj}} FHL 941.5 D27gj Link. Book automatically detected since they ALWAYS start with a '9'!
{{FHL|782195|film}} FHL 782195 This type has been kept around for purposes of backward compatibility. It may be used to override the automatic detection. However, automatic detection is strongly recommended.
{{FHL|941.5 D27gj|book}} FHL 941.5 D27gj This type has been kept around for purposes of backward compatibility. It may be used to override the automatic detection. However, automatic detection is strongly recommended.
{{FHL|782195|junk}} FHL 782195 Invalid type. Do same as no type specified.
{{FHL}} INVALID/MISSING FHL number Missing number
Is this needed?
{{FHL|343687|item}} FHL Collection Link. For some unusual cases. The display would not make sense to display the ID used internal to the FHLC. Do we need this?

See also