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" The title is to be an exact transcript from the titlepage, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions, and matter of any kind not essential may be omitted, omissions to be indicated by a group of three dots (...).... "
Papers and Proceedings of the ... General Meeting of the American Library ... - Page 136
by American Library Association. General Meeting - 1883
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English Cataloguing Rules

Library Association, New York State Library - Cataloging - 1902 - 46 pages
...brackets. 2 The title is to be an exact transcript from the titlepage, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions,...omissions to be indicated by a group of three dots (...). The typography and punctuation of the title need not be strictly adhered to. 3 The titles of...
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A. L. A. Rules

American Library Association - Cataloging - 1902 - 46 pages
...54. The title proper is to be an exact trau*rrlpt of the title-page, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions,...and matter of any kind not essential may be omitted and the omissions indicated by three dots (...) The titles of lxioks especially valuable for antiquity...
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Bulletin

1902
...brackets. 2 The title is to be an exact transcript from the titlepage, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions, and matter of any kind not essential maybe omitted, omissions to be indicated by a group of three dots ( . . . J. The typography and punctuation...
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Comparative Cataloguing-rules ...

Theresa Hitchler - Cataloging - 1903 - 31 pages
...o, u, in whatever language they may occur are to be written as on the title-page. 18 ALA BODLEIAN. The title is to be an exact transcript from the title-page,...heading, may be omitted if no ambiguity be occasioned thereby, and forenames which are given in full in the heading may be represented by initials in the...
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Comparative Cataloguing-rules ...

Theresa Hitchler - Cataloging - 1903 - 31 pages
...title. LAUK The title is to be an exact transcript from the title-page, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions,...omissions to be indicated by a group of three dots . . . 14 Names of translators, commentators, editors, and preface writers, if they do not occur in...
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Condensed Rules for an Author and Title Catalog

Cataloging - 1904 - 28 pages
...54. The title proper is to be an exact transcript of the title-page, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions,...and matter of any kind not essential may be omitted and the omissions indicated by three dots (...) The titles of books especially valuable for antiquity...
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Library School, Issues 11-20

New York State Library. School - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1905
...brackets. 2 The title is to be an exact transcript from the titlepage, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions,...omissions to be indicated by a group of three dots (...). The typography and punctuation of the title need not be strictly adhered to. :.{ The titles...
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Annual Report, Volume 85

New York State Library - Libraries - 1903
...brackets. 2 The title is to be an exact transcript from the titlepage, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions,...omissions to be indicated by a group of three dots (...). The typography and punctuation of the title need not be strictly adhered to. 3 The titles of...
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