Most libraries that have EEBO will also have purchased EEBO MARC records from ProQuest. We can provide a map that will allow you to add a link within a given EEBO MARC record to the associated TCP text, where one exists.
This map associates our internal “TCPid” numbers with STC numbers, catalog attributes (Redgrave, Wing, or Thomason Tracts), citation ‘accession’ numbers as supplied in the 001 field of ProQuest MARC records, image-set ID numbers assigned by ProQuest (appearing in the 856 field of ProQuest MARC records), date of publication (normally from DATE1 of MARC), and the number of page images in the EEBO image set.
Although we have made best efforts to map these relationships accurately, the TCP makes no guarantees regarding that accuracy. Because ProQuest continues to catalog, revise its cataloging, to scan, and to re-scan, none of these relationships is absolutely stable.
Note: In order to read this file, you will need to unzip it and then open it with a text editor.
Unfortunately, the TCP does not have the resources to create new catalog records for each text we produce (though you are welcome to do so, and if you are willing to share them we would be very glad to know about it).