[Classweb-users] Fwd: NA995

Cynthia Lange cgl2 at cornell.edu
Thu Apr 30 09:34:50 EDT 2009

Hello Ruby,

I believe that NA995 is intended to cover "Other local" within Great 
Britain as in the schedule's example of the Isle of Wight. It isn't a 
redundant classification.

Best regards,
Cynthia Lange

Olin Library
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY

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>NA995 "Architecture--History--Architecture of special 
>countries--Europe--Great Britain. England--Other local, A-Z"  would 
>seem to be a redundant number.
>  It is listed after the headings for England, Scotland, Ireland and 
> Wales which all have their own local subdivisions. This has 
> resulted in items on the same subject being split between two numbers.
>E.g. Architecture of Edinburgh can be found under NA981.E3  and  NA995.E35.
>Could NA995 be bracketed as obsolete or otherwise removed from use?
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