This table explains where particular resources are to be found,
by reference to their "Media" value, in the sixth column ("F") of the Index.

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Resources are filed depending on the media on which they reside, not their subject matter — as far as practicable in alpha order of Ref-ID.
ñ:  Our Newsletters are NOT stored in the Help Centre, but are emailed (or exceptionally posted) to every paid-up Member.
Maps  (& similar Snape Archive items) that are flat are in the map-chest.  Others are on a wide variety of media, incl. some as digital resources (PC).
Photos  can be any Media variant of book / booklet / paper, as card❋ or as PC (digital files) — but not "Photo" or "Photos", which are Categories.
Drawers  are numbered top to bottom in the four-drawer filing-cabinet (1 to 4), then in the three-drawer cabinet (5 to 7).
Media suffixes of letters B(ottom), Hanging, JH, Left, Middle, Right and Top — defined below for "book"/"booklet" — are common to other resources too.
Other suffixes:   (apple), (asterisk) and ¥ (yen-currency symbol) below are explained in the notes at the foot of the table.




[blank] (usually recently acquired) resource indexed, but awaiting filing (altho' its eventual destination may be quite obvious) [awaiting filing]
?missing item missing after having been registered [missing item]
BIO LK maroon slip-box containing Bryan Samain's family biographies, "The Lockdown Papers" (see Newsletter 55, page 13) Middle bookshelf TBC
book B book with a spine, up to 12" high Bottom bookshelf
book H book held in hanging pockets in drawer 5 hanging in drawer 5
book L larger book and/or 'desirable' book (for example, containing old photographs — Scans can be taken for personal use.) Left side of Cupboard
book M book with a spine, up to 10" high Middle bookshelf
book P&S Pen & Sword books reviewed by Chris Broom: read about their REFERENCE-BOOK status here (Ref-ID=@LEIS-LIB) at Leiston Library
book R larger book and/or 'desirable' book (for example, containing old photographs — Scans can be taken for personal use.) Right side of Cupb'd
book T book with a spine, up to 10" high Top bookshelf
booklet ... ... with suffix ❋, H, M, T or ¥: anything like a thin book but stapled, and/or a book/brochure smaller than say A5 (depends on the suffix)
booklet JH booklet donated by Janet Huckle, filed alphabetically in a semi-transparent white A5 ring-binder marked "JH" hanging in drawer 5
box BEN MI a box containing Benhall MI Project - Burial Register Verification Slips top of alcove cupbd
card printed card or laminated paper, maybe folded or concertinaed see note ❋ below
cassette audio cassette awaiting filing
CD () compact disk: apart from the ⬇︎"Family Tree" CDs⬇︎, a v.few are MAC-compatible (suffixed "" — see note below) drawer 6
CD FT () "Family Tree" magazine CD donated by Janet Huckle, within one of three CD-wallets (2004-06, 2007/08 and 2010-12) see note below
CD + PC held on CD, and also downloaded from there as a computer-file or files drawer 6 + PC-file(s)
DVD is now strictly reserved for video films drawer 6 
env H or envelope — For enveloped materials, usually first/only copy is in a lever-arch file, any extra copies hanging in drawer 5 (H=)drawer 5 | ❋ below
env HUX transparent plastic envelope of Frank Huxley's local-history notes/papers, mostly individually catalogued in Index hanging in drawer 5
fiche(s) packets of fiches aren't marked w/ ref-ID's, but filed in blue plastic fiche-box in order of their printed (not Index) titles drawer 4
ficheMIEX "Essex Monumental Inscriptions" (and similar Essex) fiches, filed in cardboard box "MIEX: ESSEX FICHES (MI's)" drawer 4
folder ... ... with suffix H, L or R: widely includes cardboard pocket-folders, photo-developers' envelopes and similar (per "book" above)
mag A4-format "Suffolk Roots" magazine drawer 5
mag A5 A5-format "Suffolk Roots" from May 1990 onwards, stored by date within cardboard boxes drawer 5
mag A5 M small magazine, such as Aldeburgh and District LHS's "The Chronicle" (filed with the booklets) Middle bookshelf
mag H magazine hanging in drawer 5 hanging in drawer 5
mag 93-14 "SLHC Newsletter" or "Suffolk Review", 1993-2014 box on alcove cupbd
mag 2014+ "SLHC Newsletter" or "Suffolk Review" from 2014 [return to hanging pockets in filing-cabinet drawer 5?  Currently in ... box on alcove cupbd
map ... ... + suffix ❋ / H / JH / ¥: map (ref-ID prefixed "MAP"), incl. detailed graveyard maps (some w/ deceaseds' names) (per "book/let"  above)
map A0 Ordnance Survey 25"/1:2500 County Series Suffolk flat-sheet maps (with ref-ID prefix "O") see OS 25" maps page  map chest
map A1 Ordnance Survey [25"] 1:2500 National Grid Plan flat-sheet maps ,, map chest
map A2 Ordnance Survey 6"/1:10,560 or 1:10,000, and [50.688"] 1:1250 flat-sheet maps ,, map chest
map BXF OS 6-inch National Grid Plan TL94SE: Boxford (1958) 22" x 26.5” non-standard flat-sheet map ,, map chest (case BD)
map OS7 Ordnance Survey 1”:1 mile Map (7th Series) Index of Large-Scale National Plans (flat sheets) ,, map chest (case OW)
map SNA Snape Archive: map (or other document) of sundry formats incl. OS 25", Six-Inch and 1:2500 ,, map chest (case SNA)
NLii pno  ☞ ñ Newsletter article, prob.added some time after publication when we had closely relevant talk, showing issue/page no= Newsletter "ii" page"no"
paper a flimsy leaflet or single sheet or (usually) several stapled sheets — filed in  ❋ AVSFHG CARDS-ETC  lever-arch files see note ❋ below
papers JP papers donated by John Peters, Nov. 2019 (individually indexed in plastic folders marked "JP1", "JP2" and "JP3") hanging in drawer 5
PC digital file held on our Compaq desktop and/or one/more of our laptops (but usually on all of them) computer-files
PC audio ditto — audio track, typically .mp3 or .m4a computer-files
... +w3 (appended to ANY value above):  Item is also available via Downloads page OR viewable on a webpage (see toolbar-menu "maps+" above).
... +w3+PC as above, BUT ALSO available as a digital file on one/more of our computers (but usually on all of them)
ring-binder ring-binder Right side of Cupb'd
spiral-binder spiral-binder [or exceptionally "spiral M" on Middle bookshelf]  Right side of Cupb'd
www link to a (probably external) webpage with a more up-to-date version of a resource listed close-by in the Index named webpage
www + PC reproduced on our webpage indicated and also available as a digital file
VC/YouTube video cassette (item's Title also includes an alternative YouTube video's webpage-address, but not here as a hyperlink) awaiting filing
= Usually, only the "Family Tree" CD's dated March 2008 or later are also Mac-compatible, indicated as Media "CD FT " (that is, with an apple).
        CD's don't have our PROPERTY-OF labels.  Instead, in the Index, Ref-IDs' first two digits are the issue-year (so identify the relevant CD-wallet)  
        and the 3rd digit represents 1=January to 9=September, U=October/Autumn, V=November, W=December/Winter, X=Xmas, Y=year-only shown.
        All three CD-wallets, for 2004-06, 2007/08 & 2010-12 (and holding items with Media=" CD FT" or " CD FT") are on the bookcase's TOP shelf.
        A very few other (that is, not "Family Tree") CDs are also MAC-compatible (Media="CD "): these are simply filed in drawer 6 with the assorted CDs.
❋ = Delicate items, such as most cards, envelopes and paper (and some booklets) filed alphabetically (by ref-ID) in a set of three lever-arch files, marked
 ❋ AVSFHG CARDS ETC , to protect them from damage — index-entries for these items have an asterisk against "Media"-type. stored in drawer 2
¥ = Booklets and folded maps filed in the ¥ellow-lidded plastic box, in alpha-order: entries have yen-symbol against "Media". stored in drawer 6