A Manual of Cataloguing and Indexing
This book, first published in 1933, shows the more common difficulties in constructing library entries for author single-entries with references, and author-entries with added entries. These basic principles of cataloguing practice offer valuable advice to the cataloguer of books.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Author Single-Entry 1. Introductory: Qualifications and Essentials 2. Cataloguing Conventions 3. The Arrangement of Material 4. References 5. Anonymous and Pseudonymous Literature 6. Titles, Prefixes and Compound Names 7. The Series-Entry 8. Latin and Greek Authors 9. The Bible and Biblical Literature 10. Periodical Literature Part 2. Subject-Entry 11. Standard Forms of Catalogues 12. Short Catalogue-Entries 13. Joint-Authors 14. Cataloguing Fiction 15. Names and Headings 16. Anonymous Works 17. Various Forms of Names 18. Series-Entries 19. Classical Authors, the Bible, Periodicals 20. Analytical Entries 21. Books with Lengthy and Obscure Titles 22. The Cataloguing of Music 23. Annotations, Catalogues for Children 24. Alphabetical Arrangement Part 3. Book-Indexing 25. Book-Indexing
J. Henry Quinn and H.W. Acomb