Shelflisting: Part 2 Details, Applications --DRAFT--
Editions: Same Author & Title • If a subsequent edition has the same author, title, & class number, assign the same Cutter number as the previous editions. A date is used to distinguish between the earlier and later editions. • PN1995 .K23 1970Going steady / Pauline Kael. -- 1st ed. -- Boston : Little, Brown, 1970. • PN1995 .K23 1994Going steady : film writing, 1968-1969 / Pauline Kael. – New York : M. Boyars, 1994.
Editions: Variation in Title • If the title changes on the subsequent edition, but the author and class number are the same, assign the same Cutter number as the previous edition. • PE1408 .F478The way to write / by Rudolf Flesch. – New York : Harper, 1947. • PE1408 .F478 1949A new guide to better writing / by Rudolf Flesch & A.H. Lass. – New York : Harper & Row, 1949. • PE1408 .F478 1996The classic guide to better writing / by Rudolf Flesch and A.H. Lass. – 50th anniversary ed. -- New York : HarperPerennial, c1996.Rev. ed. of: A new guide to better writing, which was originally published as The way to write.
Editions: Pre/Post AACR2 • If both the author and title change, but the classification remains the same, • use the same book number unless the earlier edition was cataloged prior to AACR2 (in that case Cutter to the new author) • use the same guidelines for title main-entry situations.
Editions: Pre/Post AACR2 Example • Z696.U4 I5 1971Immroth, John Phillip.A guide to the Library of Congress classification. – 1971. • Z696.U4 C47 1999Chan, Lois Mai.A guide to the Library of Congress classification / by Lois Mai Chan. – 5th ed. -- 1999.
Editions: Post AACR2 • HB171.5.M187 1993Macroeconomics /Richard G. Lipsey ... [et al.]. 10th ed. c1993. • HB171.5.M187 1996 Lipsey, Richard G.,1928-Macroeconomics /Richard G. Lipsey, Paul N. Courant. 11th ed. c1996.
Editions: Class Number Change • If a subsequent edition should be assigned a different class number, the editions are not kept together. • JX1952 .V38 1964An inquiry into the nature of peace and the terms of its perpetuation / Thorstein Veblen. [New ed.] New York, A.M. Kelley, bookseller, 1964. • JZ5560 .V43 1998The nature of peace / Thorstein Veblen ; with a new introduction by Warren J. Samuels. New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, c1998. Originally published: An inquiry into the nature of peace and the terms of its perpetuation. New York : Macmillan, 1917.
Abridgements • For abridgements, condensations, or selections from an individual work, add 2 to the last Cutter • The date reflects the publication date of the abridgement • Do not apply to selections from an author’s works (use author specific schedule or the biography table)
(1) No Date Assigned to: • Serials (including supplements that are serials):
(2) No Date Assigned to: • Supplements (monograph example)
(3) No Date Assigned to: • Indexes (including indexes that are monographs):
(4) No Date Assigned to: • Monographic Series (if serial & classed together): • Analytic (series call number plus vol. number):
Assign Call No. Dates to Monograph Analytics for Classed-Separately Series • Series record: • Analytic:
Assign Call No. Dates to Classed-Together Multiparts (Cover) • Cover record for multipart: • Assign the date of the first/earliest part of the multipart
Assign Call No. Dates to Classed-Together Multiparts (Analytic) • Analytic Record:
No Date Assigned to Multipart if Part of a C.T. Series (1) • Cover record for the series: • The cover record for a non-multipart series is coded as a serial • A date is never added to the call number for serials
No Date Assigned to Multipart if Part of a C.T. Series (2) • Analytic multipart record for series: • If the multipart is part of a classed-together series, no date is added; the call number ends with the series no. of the first volume followed by ,etc.; includea caption if used with volume designation
Work Letters • Use capital letters • Use A for photocopies and facsimiles (narrowly defined) • Do not use A with reprint publications that use the same typeface (which publishers sometimes call “facsimile editions”)
Work Letters: Photocopy (“A”) • Consider as a photocopy any reprint-on-demand item.
Work Letters: Reprints (No “A”) • Consider a reprint publication to be a new edition
Work Letters: Questionable Date • Use work letter Z for questionable dates
Volume Numbers • Volume numbers are used to differentiate call numbers for analytics of series. • For serial monographic series, no date is used:050 00 $a HT101 $b .R393 no. 181050 00 $a HT101 $b .R393 no. 185 • For multipart item series, the initial date of the series precedes the volume number:050 00 $a PN4855 $b .H57 1994 no. 2050 00 $a PN4855 $b .H57 1994 no. 3
Corporate Main Entry • Same Cutter is used if the corporate main entry is the same • Differentiation of works is by date rather than Cutter • Work letters a-z are used to distinguish different works published in the same year • Add to year for monographs • Add to Cutter for serials • For local purposes, begin with B for work letters
Geographic Cutters Type 1 • Locality is assigned to a specific Cutter or Cutter range in the schedules: • History of France—Local history and description—Regions, provinces, departments, etc. A-Z • DC611.A7263 Arles.DC611.A7265-.A7295 ArmagnacDC611.A8 Artois (Province)DC611.A887-.A896 Aube
Geographic Cutters Type 2 • Region or Country Table. Cutter is assigned from the SCM G 300 Table when the schedule says to assign “By region or country, A-Z” under a given call number • State and Province Table. Cutter is assigned from the SCM G 302 Table when the schedule says to assign “By state, A-Z” or “By province, A-Z”
Geographic Cutters Type 3 • Type 3’s are not table-based • Locality is smaller than region or country, or, within U.S./Canada, smaller than state or province • Local Cutter is usually the second Cutter number • Local Cutter is constructed like any other Cutter from the LC Cutter Table and adjusted to the local shelflist
NA4415Capitol & Parliament BuildingsBy Country A-Z. Subarranged by Locality, A-Z • .I732 The Cutter number for Ireland (I73) with an additional digit (2) to indicate further subdivision by locality within Ireland • .D835 The 2nd Cutter D83 for Dublin, with an additional digit (5) to further subarrange by main entry (Griffin)
Type 2 Consistency Guidelines • Trailing X: leave Geographic Cutter as is • Member Call Number (including PCC): • If a Geographic Cutter has already been assigned in Orbis, use the Orbis Cutter • If a GC has not been assigned in Orbis, accept the number as given if there is no conflict with the alphabetical arrangement; otherwise, adjust • New call numbers: same as 050 _4
Type 2 Special PCC Guidelines • Shelflist against the LC Online Catalog • Use the Cutter previously assigned by LC if available, even if it conflicts with the G 300/G 302 table • If a number has not been assigned, use the G 300/G 302 table, but adjust the number if necessary to maintain alphabetical sequence
Geographic Cutter Tip • Make use of the Cataloging Calculator! • CC provides a quick look-up for country, state, & province • CC provides quick construction for numbers based on the standard LC table • Avoids booting up Cataloger’s Desktop • http://calculate.alptown.com/
Topical Cutters • Topical Cutters must be established in the schedule • Copy Cataloging guidelines: topic Cutter does not need to be verified • Original cataloging: do not make-up topic numbers; submit a SACO proposal if a topic number is needed • EXCEPTION: OK to insert new topic Cutters under Z class Subject Bibliographies but do not code as pcc if the number is not in the schedule
Form Numbers • Form Numbers resemble Cutter numbers but do not map to names or titles or topics. • Commonly found in auxiliary tables in the schedules and also in general tables in SCM:Shelflisting
General Application Tables: Biography SCM:Shelflisting G 320 Biography Table
Filing Order: General (1) • Nothing before something • Ignore diacritics in filing • Ignore initial articles in titles, but include initial articles in personal & place names • File abbreviations as written, not as spelled out; file abbreviations without periods as words
Filing Order Examples • M.B.S. news bulletinMacNamara, DesmondThe Mafia in HavanaMärchen aus aller WeltMbotela, JamesMBS Clearing CorporationMcDonald’s Corporation Mister RobertsMme. Chiang Kai-ShekMr. and Mrs. Smith
Filing Order: General (2) • Arabic & roman numerals file before words (numbers written out are filed as words), ampersand (&) files before numerals • Words separated by hyphens are treated as separate words • When subarranging by title, include subtitle but not statement of responsibility
Ampersands & Numbers • You & meYou 2?You and eye • .45-caliber manhunt1, 2 & 3 John1-2-3 family tree1-2 Chronicles1/2 of the world1 in 10II III centenario di S. Filippo Neri, 26 maggio 1895“A” is for abductive …
Hyphens & Subtitles • Inter-American affairsInter-faith monthlyInteramerican legal studiesInterfaith dialogue … • The mystery.Mystery & detection annual.Mystery! : a celebration / edited by Ron Miller.Mystery and meaning of the Dead Sea Scrolls. The mystery : Colossians 1.25-1.27 / Richard Mallette, ed.Mystery midrash : an anthology of Jewish mystery & detective fiction / [edited by Lawrence W. Raphael]
Filing Order: Personal Names • File a name with no date before a name with a date; file dates in chronological order • Ignore date qualifications such as b., d., ca., fl. when filing; file dates in the form 16th century as a range 1500-1599 • File single forenames before single surnames • File single surnames before compound forenames • File compound forenames before compound surnames
Forenames: Henry • Forename aloneHenry <nothing before something> • Forename with numeration/Forename date (interfiled in numerical order)Henry II, King of Castile, 1333-1379Henry II, King of England, 1133-1189Henry III, King of England, 1207-1272Henry, 1790-1863 • Forename with additional wordsHenry, the Minstrel, fl. 1470-1492