Bibliography of Cooperative Cataloguing and the Printing of Catalogue Cards: With Incidental References to International Bibliography and the Universal Catalogue. (1850-1902)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903 - Bibliography, International - 116 pages
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Page 17 - index to scientific papers contained in the transactions of societies, journals and other periodical works . . . published from the beginning of the century ..." In three series numbered consecutively.
Page 72 - In indexing according to subject-matter regard shall be had not only to the title of a book or paper but also to the nature of the contents, and (2) That the needs of scientific investigators were to be given precedence over those of libraries. Translated in Science, ns 9: 825-835. Noticed in Library journal, 24: 501. (255 Aug. 31. Junker, Carl. Der Internationale katalog der exakten wissenschaften.
Page 88 - Library journal, 26: 209-211) Report of the discussions at the fifth annual meeting of the Pennsylvania library club and the New Jersey library association, held at Atlantic City, March, 1901. The plans for the issue of printed cards as developed by the A. LA Publishing board were considered. AH Hopkins presented their practical advantages. JCM Hanson showed how the printed cards can be maf'e to serve the various requirements of a particular catalogue.
Page 14 - In seeking a remedy for this evil, the idea occurred to me several years ago, to stereotype the titles separately, and to preserve the plates or blocks in alphabetical order of the titles ; so as to be able readily to insert additional titles in their proper places, and then to reprint the whole catalogue. By these means, the chief cost of re-publication — that of composition, together with the trouble of revision and correction of the press, would, except for the new titles, be avoided.
Page 31 - Conn., and the co-operation of the American Library Association and the Library Association of the United Kingdom.
Page 16 - Institute to be, that a separate catalogue should be prepared and published for America. In the opinion of the Committee, — The Catalogue should embrace the Mathematical and Physical Sciences, but should exclude Natural History and Physiology, Geology, Mineralogy, and Chemistry, which would properly form the subject-matter of a distinct catalogue or catalogues.
Page 16 - A communication from Professor Henry, of Washington, having been read, containing a proposal for the publication of a catalogue of philosophical memoirs scattered throughout the transactions of societies in Europe and America, with the offer of cooperation on the part of the Smithsonian institution, to the extent of preparing and publishing in accordance with the general plan which might be adopted by the British association, a catalogue of all the American memoirs on physical science, the committee...
Page 34 - Germany furnish a copy of their catalogues to be kept in a central place, and recommends a printed catalogue, embracing all public libraries in Germany, whereof a copy might be kept by any library or individual. Cf. Milkau, "Centralkataloge," p. 42-45. (87 1884. Stetson, W[illis] K[imball] Co-operative cataloging. (In Oct., Nov. Library journal, 9: 177, 191) A beginning in cooperative cataloguing might be made in government serials and Smithsonian publications, and with analyticals for sets. ( 88...
Page 25 - Conference of librarians, London, Oct. 1877. Transactions and proceedings. London, 1878. p. 101-103) "The question of a universal bibliography has been so often discussed by librarians that it could hardly fail to be brought before the London conference of 1877. Mr. Cornelius Walford's proposal took the more practical shape of a 'general catalogue ot English books,' and was in so far in harmony with the suggestions made by the late Mr.
Page 46 - Sept. 1894. Discusses the present disorder of bibliography, and its causes, and draws the programme for the future: the formation of (1) a training school for librarians, (2) a fund for the support of modern bibliographical research, and (3) a national bibliographical bureau. Reprinted in Campbell's "Theory of national and international bibliography," London, 1896, p. 241-259, in which see also his ' ' Memorandum relative to the need for special bibliographical societies, with an appendix on the...

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