Classification. Class Z. Bibliography and Library Science: Adopted 1898. As in Force January 1, 1902

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1902 - Classification - 68 pages
 

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Page 23 - Continued. 1457 Special topics. (History; Literature, etc.) 1458 Local. 1459 Catalogues. Guatemala. 1461 General. 1463 Periodicals. 1465 Government publications. 1467 Special topics. 1468 Local. , 1469 Catalogues. Honduras. 1471 General. 1473 Periodicals. 1475 Government publications. 1477 Special topics. 1478 Local. 1479 Catalogues. Nicaragua. 1481 General. 1483 Periodicals. 1485 Government publications. 1487 Special topics. 1488 Local. 1489 Catalogues. Salvador. 1491 General. 1493 Periodicals....
Page 1 - ... PREFATORY NOTE. The schedules here printed show the arrangement of the bibliographical collection of the Library of Congress. This arrangement does not, except incidentally, represent the order of other classes of literature in the Library. In Subject bibliography only subjects represented by books on the shelves are, as a rule, included in the schedules and in the index.
Page 1 - The order of the main groups, the arrangement under Library Science, and many other details not easily specified are, in part, from an advance outline (1898) of Cutter's 7th Expansive classification. The numbers used for "topics" are from the Cutter-Sanborn table.
Page 35 - Z1201Z5000, the subdivision History and description under countries. 6001 General. 6002 Early. 6003 Periodicals. Societies. Special. 6004 Other than local.
Page 8 - General works and treatises. Before 1800. 104 Ciphers. General works and special codes or ' ' ciphers. '
Page 29 - F8 Individual. 5055. F8M7 Bibliography of publications of the University of Montpellier, its officers and alumni; catalogues of theses, etc., published by the University itself. 5055.F8M7G Bibliography of the University of Montpellier, by Daniel Grand.
Page 1 - Thackeray, are referred to. To avoid repetition of form and other like divisions more or less uniformly used in National and Subject bibliography, tables of these divisions are printed at pages 66-67; reference is made to these tables in the scheme wherever they are applicable. Numbers preceded by the abbreviation "Chap.
Page 1 - ... other classes of literature in the Library. In Subject bibliography only subjects represented by books on the shelves are, as a rule, included in the schedules and in the index. The class mark of a given work is occasionally added for illustration. References to personal bibliographies...
Page 64 - No. 1.' (9) Miscellaneous catalogues, etc. Table No. 3. (1) General. (2) Special : (3) Local. (4) Topics. (5) Catalogues, TABLES OF SUBDIVISIONS USED IN SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Page 11 - Specimen books. 251 Type-founding. 252 Stereotyping ; electrotyping. 253 Composition, typesetting ; typesetting, distributing, and founding machines.

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