Recipient address

This from Elena via the forums. Apparently there is a need in CMS for
both sending and receiving addresses. Her suggestion is to add
“recipient-place”. Seems pretty straightforward.

Well, it would be great to cover both a place of writing and the
destination address (see example below). How about “event-place” for
place where the letter was written, and “recipient-place” for
destination?

Percy Bysche Shelley, Padua, to Mary Wollenstonecraft Shelley, Este,
22 September, 1818, transcript in the hand of Mary Wollenstonecraft
Shelley, Special Collections, Joseph Regenstein Library, University of
Chicago, Chicago.

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, Padua, to Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Este, 22
September 1818. Transcript in the hand of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.
Special Collections, Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago,
Chicago.

Frank

Given how busy I am ATM, I’m tending only to immediately reply when I
have some obvious solution in mind …

This from Elena via the forums. Apparently there is a need in CMS for
both sending and receiving addresses. Her suggestion is to add
"recipient-place". Seems pretty straightforward.

http://forums.zotero.org/discussion/8579/addresses-and-the-csl-personalcommunication-type/#Item_2

Well, it would be great to cover both a place of writing and the
destination address (see example below). How about “event-place” for
place where the letter was written, and “recipient-place” for
destination?

This is part of the downsides of using the flat model we’re using for CSL.