Books in the History of Cataloging and Classification, 1822-1991 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 35/2/55
Acquired: 11/10/2000, 10/04/2004
Volume: 3.0 cubic feet
None: Open for public research.
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Description: Books and pamphlets relevant to the history of cataloging and classification, donated by Richard D. Spoor, former director of the Union Theological Seminary Library, includes publications by Charles Cutter and Melvil Dewey, and William B. Lacey's sermon, "The Utility of Apprentices Libraries" (1822); and works concerning Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR), catalog cards, indexing, international issues, Library of Congress classification and subject headings; and cataloging and classifying Persian materials and Catholic, Judiac, Lutheran, and other religious items; also includes cataloging rules of Belgium, Great Britain, Prussia, and the United States.
Access Restriction: None: Open for public research.