This book, first published in 1948, lays out the basic precepts for the useful cataloguing of a library’s collection. With catalogues being first compiled to serve as records of stock – a practice dating back to ancient Egypt – modern developments have updated the methods for doing so, for instance adding a bibliographic description to the record.
Table of Contents
1. Simple Main Author Entries 2. Author and Title Added Entries 3. Author References 4. Main Title Entries 5. Corporate Authorship 6. Contents, Notes, Analytics 7. Subject Cataloguing 8. Arrangement and Filing 9. Simplified Cataloguing
Margaret S. Taylor