A Handbook of Classification and Cataloguing
For School and College Librarians
This book, first published in 1939, deals with the elements of classification and cataloguing from the school library point of view. The Dewey, Cheltenham and Bliss schemes are fully examined and there is a chapter on the practical application of classification in the library. There are simplified rules for Author and Title catalogues, while the different kinds of subject catalogues are compared, and instructions given for their compilation. Many practical examples of cataloguing entries are shown.
Table of Contents
1. The Nature of Book Classification 2. Schemes Suitable for School Libraries 3. How to Apply a Classification Scheme 4. Kinds of Catalogues, Display, Make-Up of Entry 5. The Author and Title Catalogue: Author Entries 6. The Author and Title Catalogue: Title Entries 7. Subject and Form Catalogues
Margaret S. Taylor