Contents Note

Contents Note

Make a note of the contents of an item, either selectively or fully, if it is considered necessary to show the presence of material not implied by the rest of the description, or to stress items of particular importance, or to list the contents of a collection. When recording titles formally, take them from the head of the part to which they refer rather than from contents lists, etc.

Bibliography: p. 859-910

Includes bibliographies

Includes index

Statistical tables cover periods between 1849 and 1960

Contents: Love and peril / the Marquis of Lorne -- To be or not to be / Mrs. Alexander --

The melancholy hussar / Thomas Hardy

Partial contents: Recent economic growth in historica’ perspective / by K. Ohkawa and H. Rosovsky --

The place of Japan ... in world trade / by P.H. Tresize

Contents: How these records were discovered -- A short sketch of the Talmuds -- Constantine’s letter

UCR - For Eaton materials create contents notes for:

1) Multi-volume works in which each has a separate title

2) Single-volume collections of stories. 12-15 titles or less

3) Single-volume collections of novels, no title limit


If all works are by a single author

Contents: Flying high -- Falling low -- Sinking deep.

If works are by various authors

Contents: Off to Mars / John Doe -- The Gulf of Oklahoma / Fred Albert -- Excess baggage / Sam Smith.

When recording in 505 field, take titles (and authors) from the the head of the part to which they refer rather than from contents page (AACR2. Rule 2.7B18).



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