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" A society is to be entered under the first word, not an article, of its corporate name, with references from any other name by which it is known, especially from the name of the place where its headquarters are established, if it is often called by that... "
transactions and proceedings of the third annual meeting of the library ... - Page 177
by ernest c. thomas, charles welch - 1881
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THE LIBRARY JOURNAL

MELVIL DEWEY AND R. R. BOWKER - 1878
...one name, references should be inserted from the name or names not used as headings to the one used. A society is to be entered under the first word, not...from the name of the place where its headquarters are esť* 26-40 tablishcd." A single dash indicates the omission of the preceding heading ; a subsequent...
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transactions and proceedings of the second annual meeting of the library ...

henry r. tedder, ernest c. thomas - 1880
...references should be inserted from the name or names not used as headings to the one used. Societies. 30. A society is to be entered under the first word, not...the place where its head-quarters are established. MISCELLANEOUS. 3i. A single dash indicates the omission Omissions. of the preceding heading; a subsequent...
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The Monthly Notes of the Library Association of the United Kingdom, Volume 1

Library science - 1880
...this respect. There remains another important point. Rule 30 of the Committee on Titleentries, that ." A society is to be entered under the first word, not...the place where its head-quarters are established," is, I think, the best way of managing transactions, except that prefixes such as " Royal," " Konigliche,"...
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the library journal

leypoldt - 1880
...reference should be inserted from the name or names not used as headings to the one used. Societies. 33. A society is to be entered under the first word, not...the place where its head-quarters are established. [The rules being only revised to this point, the remainder of them will have to wait until the Cambridge...
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Monthly Notes of the Library Association of the United Kingdom, Volume 1

Ernest Chester Thomas - Libraries - 1880
...name, references should be inserted from the name or names not nsed as headings to the one used. 35. A society is to be entered under the first word, not...name by •which it is known, and from the name of tJu; place where its Jteadquarters are estallinhed. MISCELLANEOUS. 36. The heading is not to be repeated...
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the library journal

f. leypoldt - 1881
...name, references should be inserted from the name or names not used as headings to the one used. 35. A society is to be entered under the first word, not...it is known, and from the name of the place where tli headquarters are established. I Miscellaneous. ' 36. The heading is not to be repeated ; a single...
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The Monthly Notes of the Library Association of the United Kingdom, Volume 2

Library science - 1881
...name, references should be inserted from the name or names not used as headings to the one used. 35. A society is to be entered under the first word, not...corporate name, with references from any other name by 84 •which it is known, and from the name of the place where its headquarters are established. MISCELLANEOUS....
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The Library Chronicle, Volume 2

Bibliography - 1885
...society is to be entered under the first word, not an article, of its corporate name, with references to any other name by which it is known, and from the...the place where its headquarters are established. MISCELLANEOUS. 35. The heading is not to be repeated; a single indent or dash indicates the omission...
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Rules for a Printed Dictionary Catalogue

Charles Ammi Cutter - Cataloging - 1889 - 133 pages
...anthor is much more known by his false than by his real name. In case of doubt use the real name. (1q A society is to be entered under the first word, not...references from any other name by which it is known, especially from the name of the place where its headquarters are established, if it is often called...
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A Book for All Readers: Designed as an Aid to the Collection, Use, and ...

Ainsworth Rand Spofford - Book collecting - 1900 - 509 pages
...author is much more known by his false than by his real name. In case of doubt, use the real name. A society is to be entered under the first word, not...references from any other name by which it is known, especially from the name of the place where its headquarters are established, if it is often called...
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