3 edition of Eclectic Card Catalog Rules: Author and Title Entries, Based on Dziatzkos Instruction ... found in the catalog.
by C. A. Cutter
Written in English
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Eclectic Card Catalog Rules: Author and Title Entries Based on Dziatzko's Instruction Compared With the Rules Author: Klas August Linderfelt. Eclectic card catalog rules; author and title entries, based on Dziatzko's "Instruction" compared with the rules of the British Museum, Cutter, Dewey, Perkins and other authorities, with an appendix, containing a list of oriental titles of honor and occupations.
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Full text of "Catalog Rules: Author and Title Entries" See other formats. LINDERFELT. Eclectic card catalogue rules, author and title entries; based on Dziatzko's Instruction, by Klas August Linderfelt.
Bost. Cutter, but the titles of the book with its date and size, may precede the refer- ences if this is more convenient. Eclectic Card Catalog Rules: Author and Title Entries: Based on Dziatzko’s “Instruction” Compared with the Rules of the British Museum, Cutter, Dewey, Perkins and Other Authorities, with an Appendix Containing a List of Oriental Titles of Honor and Occupations.
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texts. eye Of course, every catalog entry typically contains also the basic bibliographic data that describes the work (book, serial, etc.) referenced.
Thus a catalog entry consists of a heading (title, author, subject) and a body containing such bibliographic data as publisher, place of publication, publication data, pagination, notes, and so on.
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In Prof. Dziatzko published his "Instruction für die Ordnung der Titel im alphabetischen Zettelkatalog der Königlichen und Universitäts-Bibliothek zu Breslau" which Mr. Linderfelt of Milwaukee translated and adapted inwith the other standard rules, under the title "Eclectic Card Catalog Rules, Author and Title Entries.
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