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The classification and cataloging of maps and atlases

Samuel Whittemore Boggs

The classification and cataloging of maps and atlases

by Samuel Whittemore Boggs

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Published by Special libraries association in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cataloging of maps,
  • Cataloging of atlases,
  • Classification -- Maps

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Samuel W. Boggs and Dorothy Cornwell Lewis.
    ContributionsLewis, Dorothy Cornwell, 1899- joint author., Special Libraries Association.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ695.6 .B6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. l., 175 p.
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6485270M
    LC Control Number45009786
    OCLC/WorldCa2594187

      No one wanted to catalog the maps. 4. Why catalog maps? maps are important sources of information cataloging provides more access points than a geographic index, especially for maps covering more than one area users are more likely to request (and use resources) that are cataloged reduces wear (from browsing) Catalogers must be able to make. It also includes cartographic literature in the form of books, serials, and pamphlets relating to cartography and controlled by the division card catalog and the Bibliography of Cartography; a Pamphlet File (51 linear feet); and finding aids including card catalogs, bibliographies, inventories, as well as the Maps online data base. Atlases are.

    Europe Austria. Indisputably the largest map collection in Austria is the Map Department of the Austrian National Library in has about , maps, , geographic-topographic views, globes, 80 reliefs and models of fortresses, and ab volumes of technical literature and atlases, Also a department of the Austrian National Library is the world's only public Globe. Volume of cataloging rules created prior to the widespread availability of Library of Congress cataloging. Includes definitions and instructions on entry and style. Additional articles describe cataloging of special publications such as manuscripts, music, and maps and atlases.

      Use the library's catalog to search for a variety of materials relating to Maps. The books in the Library are arranged alphabetically using the Library of Congress Classification System (LC). For more information about the Library of Congress System, please see the link listed below. Examples of Maps and Atlases Available at the Library.   These atlases, most of which date from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, document the development of neighborhoods over time. The Library’s collection includes approximately atlases, covering 6, maps in 12 counties and more than 80 municipalities throughout Massachusetts.


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Classification and cataloging of maps and atlases. New York, Special libraries Association, (OCoLC) Online version: Boggs, Samuel Whittemore, Classification and cataloging of maps and atlases. New York, Special libraries Association, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

The classification and cataloging of maps and atlases / by Samuel W. Boggs and Dorothy Cornwell Lewis. The chief source of information for maps is the entire map. The chief source of information for atlases is the title page. Atlas vs.

Book. Treat a volume that consists primarily of maps with (or without) descriptive text as an atlas. Treat a volume that consists primarily of text with maps used as illustrations as a book. Fixed field. Type: e. Get this from a library. Notes on the cataloging, care, and classification of maps and atlases: including a list of publications compiled in the Division of maps and charts.

[Philip Lee Phillips; Library of Congress. Map Division.]. "To classify maps, atlases, and globes most advantageously in a collection extensively used by geographers, historians, economists, technicians or other specialists and students, it is believed that the categories to be considered, in order of importance, are: (1) Area, (2) Subject, and (3) Date, with (4) Author, frequently necessary.

for maps, digital maps and atlases. Optionally add the following: 1. for accompanying maps 2. for book aspects of atlases (LC is adding these when there is substantial text in an atlas so you’ll see it on copy occasionally.) 3.

for computer files aspects of digital maps C. for maps, digital maps and atlases. Cartographic materials, including maps, atlases and globes that receive original cataloging are cataloged according to the latest full national standard for descriptive cataloging.

For imprints published throughthe national standard is Descriptive Cataloging or Rare Materials (Cartographic), known as DCRM(C).

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Notes on the cataloging, care, and classification of maps and atlases including a list of publications compiled in the Division of maps. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., Library branch, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Philip Lee Phillips; Library of Congress.

Map Division. The geography and map division holds more t atlases, the largest and most comprehensive collection in the onal rare atlases are found in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. Geographical coverage of the atlas collection is heavily weighted toward the United States (47 percent), world (19 percent), and Europe (16 percent).

G Atlases G Atlases of the moon, planets, etc. G World atlases. Atlases of the Earth G Northern and Southern Hemispheres G Tropics. Torrid Zone G Polar regions. Frigid Zone G Maritime atlases (General) G By region or country G America.

Western HemisphereFile Size: 79KB. The Library of Congress is responsible for developing and maintaining a number of cataloging publications that serve as standards for cataloging library materials throughout the world, including: Library of Congress-Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements, Library of Congress Subject Headings, and Library of Congress Classification.

Cataloging Other Formats. Mixed Media Continuing Electronic Resources Monographic Electronic Resources Cataloging Microforms Cataloging Music Scores Cataloging Sound Recordings Cataloging Visual Materials Maps and Atlases Preservation Copies Rice Theses Shepherd School of Music Performances.

Cataloging WRC and Other Special Collections. The history and function of book numbers and rules for their use. Boggs, Samuel Whittemore.

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Map Division. 1 edition - first published in Map Cataloging Workshop Schedule David J. Bertuca, Map Librarian University Libraries University at Buffalo Maps and cartographic materials (e.g., maps, charts, satellite and aerial photographs, atlases) constitute a large body of important items that have value in all fields of life and learning.

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Get this from a library. Cataloging and filing rules for maps and atlases in the Society's collection. [Roman Drazniowsky; American Geographical Society of New York.]. Cataloging and filing rules for maps and atlases in the Society's collection. [New York] (OCoLC) Online version: American Geographical Society of New York.

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