[Classweb-users] PR1365 vs. PR1369
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Thu Feb 17 08:23:23 EST 2011
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From: classweb-users-bounces at classificationweb.net [mailto:classweb-users-bounces at classificationweb.net] On Behalf Of Laurence Creider
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2011 1:16 PM
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Subject: [Classweb-users] PR1365 vs. PR1369
I am cataloging some 18th century republications of the Guardian (1713) and the Spectator (1711-1714). When I look at the schedules, PR1365 is for 17-18th century collections of essays and PR1369 is for Special, A-Z, e.g. The Englishman, The Guardian, The Rambler, The Spectator, The Tatler.
When I checked LC's practice, there are far more versions of The Guardian and The Spectator classed in PR1365 rather than PR1369.
So my questions are which should be used? What, if any, is the chronology of the change, and if PR1369 is to be used, could there be a clear reference in the schedule from P1364-1368 to PR1369 and a better caption than "Special?"
Laurence S. Creider
Special Collections Librarian
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, NM 88003
lcreider at lib.nmsu.edu
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