As part of a Digital Libraries class, I collaborated on a Dspace project presenting a Civil War era correspondence belonging to the Richard Thompson Archer Family Papers at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. The peculiarity of this collection was that decorative seals had been pressed into the pages of several letters, necessitating an approach that ideally would allow users to visualize the seal or the letter, while also being able to relate the seal to the pages of the letter on which it appears. Two classmates and I participated on the infrastructure team. Our responsibilities included developing XML templates for the Dublin Core and VRA metadata fields, generating the markup and contents files for all the items in our collection, and writing a script to utilize the batch upload feature of Dspace.