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Monday, May 6

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Wednesday, February 6

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    (include the exact wording, e.g., address of printer) to help distinguish among various editions, states and printings (do not substitute modern equivalents of letters, from v to u for example)
    1b. facsimile transcription: seeks to reproduce the appearance of the printed title page, including capitalization, notation of borders and line breaks
    à- this practice
    2. description of the format and collation – a formula for calculating the size in terms of the number of times the original printed sheet was folded to get the resulting number of leaves, which provides another method of distinguishing among manifestations of a title
    2b. description of ‘signatures’ which are letters or numerals printed in the tail margin of the first leaf of each gathering or section of a book, as a guide to the binder in assembling them correctly
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    donors
    binders
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    else connected by contextto the work in some way that is significant
    The goal is to provide enough info to
    - enable a researcher to make an informed choice about whether it is really necessary for them to handle the actual object
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Wednesday, January 23

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    Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)
    http://authorities.loc.gov
    http://id.loc.gov/authorities/http://id.loc.gov/
    Art & Architecture Thesaurus
    http://www.getty.edu/research/tools/vocabularies/
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    Catalogues consisted of printed cards interfiled into drawers; cards which had limited physical space for information, thereby necessitating standard abbreviations and punctuation.
    Cataloguing incorporates authority control and controlled vocabularies, thereby facilitating sharing of the work of cataloguing and the sharing of collection data, and materials.
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    include AACR2R, LCSH,LCSH via id.loc.gov, LCNAF.
    Rare book cataloguing is more like inventorying treasures
    - Treats books as objects rather than carriers of content
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    http://archive.ifla.org/VII/s13/pubs/isbda.htm
    “Older monographic publications are chiefly those produced prior to the introduction of machine printing in the nineteenth century and include those published for limited distribution or for sale on demand. ISBD(A) may also be used to prepare descriptions for later publications produced by hand or by methods continuing the tradition of the hand-produced book.”
    Bibliographic record for Steichen by Lumiere Press at UofT Thomas Fisher
    Learn more about rare book cataloguing:
    Rare Book School at University of Virginia
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