[Classweb-users] LB 875 .D John Dewey
Pietris, Mary Kay
mpie at loc.gov
Wed Mar 16 06:51:19 EDT 2011
If you wish to know where the Library of Congress has classed a particular work by John Dewey, you should do a call number search for LB875.d at http://catalog.loc.gov. Following the preferred shelflist order, collected and selected works should be filed first, followed by individual works in alphabetical order. For example, his Democracy and education is at .D35; his Schools of tomorrow is Cuttered .D46. Biography and general criticism of Dewey are in LB875.D5.
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Mary K. D. Pietris
Library of Congress
Acquisitions and Bibliographic Acccess Directorate Policy and Standards Division
From: classweb-users-bounces at classificationweb.net [mailto:classweb-users-bounces at classificationweb.net] On Behalf Of Doug Kariel
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 6:20 PM
Subject: [Classweb-users] LB 875 .D John Dewey
I'm trying to determine what cutter to use for John Dewey under LB 875 .D The schedule has .D34-D49. Works.
How do I decide what cutter in the range to use? Once it is used, I assume that this is the cutter number that should always be used for Dewey within this class number.
I looked for guidance in the LC Shelflisting manual and the LC Classifcation manual, but I couldn't find anything.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
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