Smithsonian Report on the Construction of Catalogues of Libraries and their Publication by Means of Separate, Stereotyped Titles With Rules and Examples
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Smithsonian Report on the Construction of Catalogues of Libraries and their Publication by Means of Separate, Stereotyped Titles With Rules and Examples

By Charles C. Jewett
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  • Smithsonian Report. ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF CATALOGUES OF LIBRARIES, AND THEIR PUBLICATION BY MEANS OF SEPARATE, STEREOTYPED TITLES.
  • CONTENTS.
  • PREFACE.
  • REPORT.
    • COPY OF A LETTER
    • REPORT
  • SYSTEM.
    • SMITHSONIAN CATALOGUE SYSTEM.
      • DIFFICULTIES IN PUBLISHING CATALOGUES.
      • PLAN FOR OBVIATING THESE DIFFICULTIES.
      • APPLICATION OF THE PLAN TO THE FORMATION OF A GENERAL CATALOGUE.
      • ADVANTAGES TO BE DERIVED FROM THIS SYSTEM OF PREPARING CATALOGUES.
      • DISTINCTION BETWEEN A CATALOGUE AND A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY.
      • PREPARATION OF TITLES SO AS TO SERVE FOR BOTH GENERAL AND PARTICULAR CATALOGUES.
      • FORM OF THE CATALOGUE.
      • NECESSITY OF RULES FOR THE PREPARATION OF CATALOGUES.
      • DUTIES OF COLLABORATORS AND SUPERINTENDENT.
      • PRINTING AND STEREOTYPING.
      • PRESERVATION AND USE OF THE PLATES.
      • METHOD OF USING THE STEREOTYPED TITLES IN THE FORMATION OF NEW CATALOGUES.
    • DIFFICULTIES IN PUBLISHING CATALOGUES.
    • PLAN FOR OBVIATING THESE DIFFICULTIES.
    • APPLICATION OF THE PLAN TO THE FORMATION OF A GENERAL CATALOGUE.
    • ADVANTAGES TO BE DERIVED FROM THIS SYSTEM OF PREPARING CATALOGUES.
    • DISTINCTION BETWEEN A CATALOGUE AND A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY.
    • PREPARATION OF TITLES SO AS TO SERVE FOR BOTH GENERAL AND PARTICULAR CATALOGUES.
    • FORM OF THE CATALOGUE.
    • NECESSITY OF RULES FOR THE PREPARATION OF CATALOGUES.
    • DUTIES OF COLLABORATORS AND SUPERINTENDENT.
    • PRINTING AND STEREOTYPING.
    • PRESERVATION AND USE OF THE PLATES.
    • METHOD OF USING THE STEREOTYPED TITLES IN THE FORMATION OF NEW CATALOGUES.
  • RULES.
    • RULES FOR PREPARING CATALOGUES.
      • TITLES.
      • HEADINGS.
      • CROSS-REFERENCES.
      • ARRANGEMENT.
      • MAPS, ENGRAVINGS, MUSIC.
      • EXCEPTIONAL CASES.
    • TITLES.
    • HEADINGS.
    • CROSS-REFERENCES.
    • ARRANGEMENT.
    • MAPS, ENGRAVINGS, MUSIC.
    • EXCEPTIONAL CASES.
  • EXAMPLES.
    • REMARKS ON THE EXAMPLES.
    • EXAMPLES.
    • INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
    • EXPLANATIONS OF INITIALS USED IN THE LOCAL INDEX.
    • LOCAL INDEX.
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