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How many persons between the grades of head of department and clerical attendants are connected with your cataloging force?
In short, do not attempt to show the exact detail by means of cataloging, such as is advisable in public libraries.
Nor have such problems as shelving, classifying and cataloging the documents been discussed.
Its maintenance will involve processes—of classification and cataloging—highly costly.
Chairman: Before this is done I want to call attention to the effect of binding after cataloging.
There is considerable dissatisfaction with the practice and some of the cataloging staff would prefer to give the size in inches.
Mr. Windsor: I think we can safely leave it open to all who are interested in the subject of cataloging.
Bibliographical rules govern the practical art of book description, what is technically known as cataloging.
The last chapter is devoted to a cataloging of the indications of social change from the standpoint of the community as a whole.
There are in print several books giving rules for cataloging.
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