Decimal Classification and Relative Index for Libraries, Clippings, Notes, Etc

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Page 49 - •3 2 •33 •34 •35 •36 •37 •38 •39 •4 .41 .42 •43 •44 •45 .46 •47 48 •49 .02, Dramatic; .03, Romantic and Epic; .04, Lyric, Ballads; .05, Didactic; .06, Descrip. tive; .07, Satirical and Humorous; .09, History of French Poetry. Early French, 842-1400. " Chanson de Roland."
Page 190 - PAROCHIAL. 260 CHURCH. INSTITUTIONS. WORK. 270 RELIGIOUS HISTORY. 280 CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND SECTS. 290 NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS. 3OO Sociology. 310 STATISTICS. 320 POLITICAL SCIENCE. 330 POLITICAL ECONOMY. 340 LAW. 350 ADMINISTRATION. 360 ASSOCIATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS. 370 EDUCATION. 380 COMMERCE AND COMMUNICATION. 390 CUSTOMS. COSTUMES. FOLK-LORE. 4OO Philology. 410 COMPARATIVE. 420 ENGLISH. 430 GERMAN. 440 FRENCH.
Page 189 - NATURAL SCIENCE 6. USEFUL ARTS 7. FINE ARTS 8. LITERATURE 9. HISTORY OOO General Works. DIVISIONS. oio BIBLIOGRAPHY. 020 LIBRARY ECONOMY. 030 GENERAL CYCLOPEDIAS. 040 GENERAL COLLECTIONS. 050 GENERAL PERIODICALS. 060 GENERAL SOCIETIES. 070 NEWSPAPERS. 080 SPECIAL LIBRARIES.
Page 109 - Poetry. „ Drama. „ Fiction. „ Essays. „ Oratory. „ Letters. „ Satire, Humor. „ Miscellany. Minor Teutonic Literatures. French Literature. „ Poetry. „ Drama. „ Fiction. „ Essays. „ Oratory. „ Letters. „ Satire, Humor. „ Miscellany. Provencal Literature. 850 851 852 853 854 855 856 857 858 859 86O 861 862 863 864 865 866 867 868 869 87O 871 872
Page 97 - .2, Transvaal; .3, Zululand; .4, Natal; .5, Orange Free State; .6, Kaffraria; .7, Cape Colony; .8, West Coast; .9, Interior. Madagascar. Mauritius. North America. .1, Indians, Aborigines; .2, Lives of Indians; .3, Special Tribes; .4, Special States; .5, Government Relation and Treatment; .6, Special Subjects, Character, Civilization, Agriculture, etc. See 371.95, Education; 572.97,
Page 75 - In Philology the general works put under 400-419 deal almost entirely with the Indo-European languages. They are put here because they cover most of the divisions of this class, and in practice are most convenient here. Under 439, 479, and 489 are placed books limited to the Teutonic, Romance, or Hellenic groups, and under
Page 42 - 500 Science in General. 501-509 all have Science in General as their subject, but it is treated in these various form*. A periodical on Chemistry goes with 540.5, not 505, which is only for periodicals on Science in General. A Zero in any class number in any part of the classification
Page 190 - ITALIAN. 460 SPANISH. 470 LATIN. 480 GREEK. 490 MINOR LANGUAGES. 5OO Natural Science. 510 MATHEMATICS. 520 ASTRONOMY. 530 PHYSICS. 540 CHEMISTRY. 550 GEOLOGY. 560 PALEONTOLOGY. 570 BIOLOGY. 580 BOTANY. 590 ZOOLOGY. OOO Useful Arts. 610 MEDICINE. 620 ENGINEERING. 630 AGRICULTURE. 640 DOMESTIC ECONOMY. 650 COMMUNICATION AND COMMERCE. 660 CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY. 670 MANUFACTURES. 680 MECHANIC TRADES. 690 BUILDING. TOO Fine Arts. 710 LANDSCAPE GARDENING. 720 ARCHITECTURE. 730 SCULPTURE. 740 DRAWING.
Page 115 - theoretical speculation. On shelves; in catalogs; in dictionary catalogs; Systems of notation, figures, letters, symbols, combined; Importance and advantages; Difficulties; Close vs. broad classing; Mnemonic features; Basis of division; Co-ordination of special subjects. Reference. Reference books. Aids to readers. See 028 for general discussion of reading and aids. This is limited to library administration.
Page 6 - are numberd by the digits, I to 9. Cyclopedias, periodicals, etc., so general in character as to belong to no one of these classes, are markt naught, and form a tenth class. Each class is similarly separated

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