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In the Iron Age of Cataloging
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Library Resources and Technical Services Volume 25, Number 4,

Abstract

Reviews the questions and problems in library cataloging addressed through the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by Panizzi, Cutter, and Lubetzky; asks whether computerization represents an advance that will free catalogers from earlier difficulties; and discusses the ongoing relevance of the principles of cataloging. A reference list is attached. (JL)

Citation

Van Houten, S. (1981). In the Iron Age of Cataloging. Library Resources and Technical Services, 25(4), 362. Retrieved January 25, 2020 from .

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