The first image on the right shows what could be considered a typical array of lines that overlap over a single node. If you were to try and include text or any additional information, the Leaflet map would be hard to view and contextualize. While our example here shows just three correspondence paths, as the PRINT project adds more data the macro level views will have be condensed and consolidated. This will force users to zoom to discern individual correspondence paths. In the second image on the right you can see an individual path of correspondence that has been selected. All other correspondence paths have changed style and opacity so as to bring the selected path into visual focus. With this style of view a tool tip and writing on the path can be viewed with easy, allowing more visual real estate for content and links to accompanying documentation.