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Examples Found (Area 7)

Page history last edited by Manon Theroux 8 years, 5 months ago

7A4 (Local vs. General Notes)


Two issues noted, with no precedence determined. In the first, the word "Washington" on the engraved title page is unadorned and the plates are hand-colored. In the second, the word "Washington" on the title page is surrounded by scrollwork and the plates are uncolored

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16919154~S1

Status: Used 6/22/14


Two binding variants noted, one in red cloth and one in blue cloth

Status: Used 2/18/13

MT: From DCRM(B) 7B10.5 but not specific to books so kept as is. 2/118/13


One of two nearly identical editions. Left column of statistical data begins with California (at head: vignette of Oregon); right column begins with Maine (at head: vignette of California). Printed on a larger sheet with 15-20 mm of unprinted margins between the outer edges of the ornamental border and the edges of the sheet. Typeface height of "United States" in title measures 7 mm.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b17675104~S1

Image: http://content.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb9779p3cq/

RB: Cf. http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16219544~S1 for the other edition.

RB: Also suggest that first existing example, about the binding variants, is OK as is. Could very well be applied to cartographic materials. MT: Agree

Status: Used 4/20/13

RB: Does the above example fit the rule? Or do I need to keep looking?
MT: I think it fits. 4/20/13

MT: Deleted; didn't think it fit so well after all. 5/11/14


NYPL copy includes annotations in black and red ink, showing route of "S.S. Minneapolis, voy[age] 10, east bound," and listing coordinates of positions reached day by day

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b16857836~S1

Status: Used 4/27/14 


Copy 1: Removed from volume and mounted on cloth

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10835515~S60 

Status: Used 4/27/14


Bancroft Library copy: Imperfect: top portion of map wanting

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11414684~S60

Status: Used 2/18/13 

MT: Changed "Bancroft Library copy" to "Copy 2" since we already had a Bancroft example here. 4/27/14


Bancroft Library copy: Crudely hand col. by a "colorist [who] was apparently both hurried and ignorant"--Wheat

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16219544~S1 

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/4077046082/

Status: Used 2/18/13 


University of New Mexico copy has geographic names supplied in manuscript

Status: Used 8/13/12


Bancroft Library copy: Mounted on kraft paper; map mounted on verso: Map of the Briggs Tract, Oakland, [187-?]. Verso text and map obscured by mount.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11414685~S60


MT: I think we have enough examples. 4/27/14

7A5.1 Order of information

Revision of: 3rd ed. London : Macmillan, 1953

Status: Used

MT: The DCRM(B) example seems like it would work here, so I just deleted the "need C example" label. 5/18/13 

7A5.2 Quotations

"The letters E, F, S, D, Da, annexed to the names of the islands, denote them to belong either to the English, French, Spanish, Dutch, or Danes, &c."


Status: Used 3/10/13


"This map is based on the Steven Avery Powder-horn Map 1777, the Caleb Harris Survey 1795, the Daniel Anthony Map 1805, Henry R. Chace's 'Owners and Occupants' 1798 and on Documents owned by the R.I. Historical Society. S.R.B."


Status: Used 6/3/12 


"The version is that of Jacobus Angelus, edited and remodeled by Bernardus Sylvanus"--Sabin

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in J. Sabin's Bibliotheca americana)


Status: Used 6/3/12; revised 12/2/12 to remove Sabin number and add comment.


"Probably the first publication to be printed on American machine-made paper"--Hunter, D. Papermaking history and technique, p. 351

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b12070681~S1

Status: Used 12/2/12

MT: I have this vague idea that if the quotation is not from a bibliography as such, we don't need to make a formal 510 note for it. So, I just put the Hunter info in the same note rather than following the pattern for Sabin above. If others think it should go in a 510, I can delete all after "Hunter" and add a comment. 12/2/12


"Price 6d. plain. 1s. coloured and mounted"--Cover

Bib recordhttp://orbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=10582883

Image (of cover)

Status: Used 8/30/12

7A6.1. Other editions

Revision of: 2nd ed., 1869

Status: Used

MT: Taken from DCRM(B)

7A6.2. Other works

Abridgement of: Atlas Marianus / Wilhelm Gumppenberg. 1657-1659

Status: Used 6/3/12

MT: Example from CM (note: in chapter draft, author's name is missing final "g"). We should probably have 2 versions of the citation, as in DCRM(B), but we need to see a bib record and/ or image of the item to provide the transcribed statement of responsibility. 11/20/11

MT: I'm still unable to find an image to verify the transcription, but I found two bib records and they match so I used that. 6/3/12



7B1.1 Nature and scope

Celestial globe

Status: Used 8/13/12


Includes rhumb lines

Status: Used 8/13/12


Shows boundary lines in color as claimed by the United States, Great Britain, and an arbiter

Image: http://www.raremaps.com/gallery/enlarge/19525

Bib: http://hollis.harvard.edu/?itemid=|library/m/aleph|009516328

Status: Used 4/2/13
MT: Edited to remove words "in color" to make this more purely an example of a note about what is shown rather than also a note about coloring, which is covered by 7B11.3. 7/5/14


Airphoto mosaic "made by assembling 100 aerial photographs taken ... at an altitude of 10,000 feet"
Bib/image: http://lccn.loc.gov/90680339

Status: Used 2/8/14

MT: I replaced the existing "Shows dioceses" example inherited from CM with this one, wanting to show more examples of remote-sensing images in our rules. 2/8/14
MT: Corrected "1000 feet" (given in LC bib record) to "10,000" feet (what is actually on the item). 2/9/14


Shows the fictional island group San Serriffe, consisting of the islands of Upper Caisse and Lower Caisse; many of the place names are taken from printing terms

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/500061990

Status: Used 4/9/13

7B1.2. Geographic coverage

Covers area bounded by Julia St., Barrone St., Bienville St., and the Mississippi River

(Comment: Title proper is “Nanitz' great mercantile map of New Orleans”)

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10502439~S60

Status: Used 10/5/13


Covers northeastern Egypt

(Comment: Title proper is “Egypt”)

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/492964

Status: Used 10/5/13


Covers Atlantic Ocean from as far north as Halifax, N.S., and as far south as Puerto Rico

(Comment: Title proper is “Depths and temperatures observed in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean”)

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/11716037

Status: Used 10/5/13


Covers also Nevada

(Comment: Title proper is "Map of California")

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b15958041~S1

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/6097dv

Status: Used 2/1/14

7B1.3. Date of situation

Depicts boundaries as of March-August, 1939.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10733385~S60

Used 10/5/13


Shows sites of 1809 battles

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11263941~S60

Status: Used 10/5/13

7B1.3. Relief

Raised relief

Status: Used 8/13/12

7B1.4 Manuscript materials

Holograph, signed

Source: CM


Sketch map in the author's hand, signed

Status: Used 5/18/14

MT: This is a made-up example. 5/18/14


Signed by surveyor and chief engineer
Source: CM

MT: This example seems odd to me. It is illustrating the instruction to always note if a manuscript is signed. Wouldn't you just transcribe this in the statement of responsibility? Or, if it is an atlas and the names appear elsewhere than the title page, wouldn't you say where they appear (and include in the note what the names were)?  4/2/13

7B2.1 Language and script of material; translation or adaptation


Text in German, map titles in Latin, and place names in romanized Russian

Bib: http://lccn.loc.gov/map56000748

Status: Used 1/29/14


Translation of: Spieghel der zeevaerdt


Staus: Used 6/3/12

An adaptation of 'Le petit flambeau de la mer' by Georges Boissaye Du Bocage

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/9501912

Status: Used 12/2/12; deleted in favor of Turpin example below per decision at Dec. 2012 NYC meeting, 12/15/12


Adaptation of: Las Cases, Emmanuel-Auguste-Dieudonné, comte de. Atlas historique, généalogique, chronologique et géographique

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/11139321

Status: Used 12/2/12


An adaptation by Homan Turpin of Robert Morden's "The new description and state of England", first published in 1680

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/7717049

Status: Used 12/15/12

7B3.1 Source of title proper

Title from leaf [1] verso

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/34931339

Status: Used 4/28/13


Title from stand

Status: Used 8/13/12


Title from Wheat

(Comment:  A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in C.I. Wheat's Mapping the transmississippi West)

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10569626~S60

Status: Used 3/28/13


Title devised by cataloger

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16205026~S60

Image: http://content.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb1d5nb1s3/

Status: Used 3/28/13


MT: The DCRM(B) example seems like it would work here, so I just deleted the "need C example" label. 5/18/13


Note: Title from index map.


Status: Used 5/19/13

MT: I just used the example that we have under 1B3.4.

7B4.1 Variations in title

Spine title: États-Unis

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/pfkxw9

Status: Used 11/4/12


Title in upper margin: Carte generale du Duche de Silesie divisée en ses XVII moindres principautés et domaines

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/4m6i3y

Status: Used 4/8/13


Panel title: Manitoba-Pacific route to the new Northwest

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/6694673

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/jxw085

Status: Used 11/4/12


Title on box: Clemens' silent teacher, dissected map of the United States

Bib/image: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16070938~S1

Status: Used 8/18/12


Title on cover: Pocket map of Comstock Lode, 1875

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11259595~S1 

Images (cover) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947577922/ | (map) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947584236/

Status: Used 9/16/12


Added engraved t.p. reads: A new systeme of geography : reduced to a plain & easy method



Status: Used 2/18/13

TF: I'm not sure if we need to include the other title info or remove the colon and make it all one title. The title from the t.p. reads: A new system of geography designed in a most plain and easie method. 1/26/12

MT: The added engraved t.p. actually has additional other title info and a statement of responsibility. I think I'll give the complete title info in the note but change the beginning of the note to "Title on added engraved t.p." (because to me "Engraved t.p. reads" might suggest that we're noting all the text on the page, not just the title). Also, I think I'll just use the punctuation that is on the source. 2/18/13


[parallel titles]

Title on added illustrated t.p.: Atlas novus ad usum serenissimi Burgundiae Ducis = Atlas françois à l'usage de Monseigneur le duc de Bourgogne

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/oezhz4

Status: Used 4/9/13


[lengthy other title information]

Subtitle: The various empires, kingdoms, states, and republics throughout the known world with the particular description of the latest discoveries, the whole elegantly engraved on sixty four copperplates with a general introduction to geography and cosmography in which the elements of these sciences are compendiously deduced from original principles and traced from their invention to the latest improvements



Status: Used 2/20/13 

MT: The subtitle in the image had some differences from what was given above. Here's what I used in the example: "Describing the heavens and the earth, the distances, motions, and magnitudes of the celestial bodies, the various empires, kingdoms, states, and republics, and islands, throughout the known world, the whole elegantly engraved on sixty two copper plates, with a general introduction to geography and cosmography in which the elements of these sciences are compendiously deduced from original principles and traced from their invention to the latest improvements" 2/20/13

7B6.1. Statements of responsibility

Dedication signed: John Thomson.



Status: Used 2/18/13

Signed on prelim. p. [4]: Iudocus Hondius

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b13908729~S1

Image: http://dioscorides.ucm.es/proyecto_digitalizacion/index.php?doc=b22901516&y=2010&p=8

Status: Used 4/22/13


MT: The DCRM(B) example seems like it would work here, so I just deleted the "need C example" label. 5/18/13

7B6.3.1 Attributions (if no statement of responsibility) 

Attributed to Blaeu in: Atlantes Neerlandici / C. Koeman


MT: I think we should redo the style to match the Swift example in DCRM(B), but will need more info. Which Blaeu? And what is the citation number in the ref. source? Is there an actual bib record with this note that we can look at? 11/27/11

Attributed to [name] Blaeu. See Koeman, C.  Atlantes Neerlandici, [citation #]


Map attributed to Georges-Louis Le Rouge; see Cummings

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in W.P. Cumming's Southeast in early maps)

Bib: http://neworbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=6153447

Status: Used 6/3/12; revised 8/18/12


The preface and chapters of geographical and historical description have been attributed to Daniel Defoe. See Moore

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in J.R. Moore's A checklist of the writings of Daniel Defoe)

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/65319715

Status: Used 12/2/12


The maps are by Elizabeth Lilian Lancaster, called in the introduction a "young lady ... now in her fifteenth year." See British Library catalog and website of Roderick M. Barron (viewed Nov. 20, 2009). Often erroneously attributed to William Harvey, author of the introduction and the humorous verse below each map

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b13181893~S1
BL: http://explore.bl.uk/primo_library/libweb/action/dlDisplay.do?vid=BLVU1&afterPDS=true&institution=BL&docId=BLL01004839781

LC: http://www.loc.gov/item/84675540

Image: http://www.barron.co.uk/Lilian+Lancaster

Status: Used 2/23/13

MT: I expanded the note in the NYPL bib record slightly to indicate the frequent false attribution and to make "website" lower case and one word per Chicago Manual of Style 16th ed. 2/23/13


"The woodcuts were no doubt cut by Christoph Schweitzer"--Skelton

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in R.A. Skelton's County atlases of the British Isles, 1579-1850)

Bib: http://shakespeare.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=164537

Status: Used 9/1/12; revised 12/2/12

7B6.3.2 Attributions (relating to statement of responsibility)

Le Sage was the pseudonym of Emmanuel-Auguste-Dieudonné, comte de Las Cases

(Comment: The pseudonym “A. Le Sage” appears on the title page)

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/3422036


Status: Used 12/2/12


Based on a 1762 map drawn by Nicholas Scull, surveyor-general of Pennsylvania, and published by Matthew Clarkson and Mary Biddle; falsely attributed to Benjamin Eastburn, the surveyor-general who preceded Scull

(Comment: The statement of responsibility reads “from an actual survey by Benjamin Easburn”)

Image: http://www.ny.bloomsburyauctions.com/detail/NY020/131.0



Status: Used 2/23/13; updated. 3/28/13

MT: It would be nice to be able to cite a print bibliography for this. The 3rd link above seems to suggest that M.P. Synder's "City Of Independence, Views Of Philadelphia Before 1800" might have something... 2/23/13

TF: The citation (which states Dury (who was responsible for publishing the map) omitted any credit to Nicolas Scull and gave it instead to Benjamin Easburn):

     Cf. Snyder, M.P.  City of independence, p. 96-97
MT: Thanks! I added the reference. 3/28/13 
MT: In case we need it (doubtful), just a note that I looked at the Snyder work. He provides textual explanation on p. 96 for this and several related maps, then lists the bibliographic entries themselves on p. 97; our map is entry 44.   

7B63.3. False attributions

Attribution to the Genoese chartmaker Battista Agnese questioned as "doubtful" by Wagner

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in H.R. Wagner's The manuscript atlases of Battista Agnese (PBSA 25 (1931))

Bib: http://vufind.carli.illinois.edu/vf-nby/Record/nby_315460/Description

Status: Used 10/5/13

7B6.4. Other statements.

At head of title: Compliments of Minneapolis Harvester Works, Minneapolis, Minn.

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/7npl2q

Status: Used 11/10/12


Translator's dedication signed: Wye Saltonstall


Status: Used 10/28/12


Engraved by Antonio Francesco Lucini; see Burden

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in P.D. Burden's Mapping of North America)


Status: Added 10/27/12


MT: Deleted need for example to parallel DCRM(B)'s "Woodcuts on leaves B2b and C5b signed: b" 5/18/13

7B6.5 Variant forms of names

By Jean-Baptiste Louis Franquelin

(Comment: Statement of responsibility reads: “par I.B.L.F. ydrographe du Roy")

Source: http://www.stonybrook.edu/libmap/coordinates/seriesa/no1/a1.htm (see above Figure 12) 

Status: Used: 2/23/13

MT: I have neither a bib record or a source for this one, but the article linked to has the statement of responsibility in quotes so I'm hoping this will do. 2/23/13

RB: Typo in 1st example: lowercase "roy". 6/5/13

MT: Fixed 7/7/13


The author is Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz.

(Comment: Statement of responsibility reads: "by the author of [the] history of that colony")


Status: Used 3/28/13

MT: I changed the note slightly to read: "By Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz, the author of Histoire de la Louisiane" to tie it more closely to the form found in the s.o.r. 3/28/13


By James Playfair, principal of the United College at the University of St. Andrews from 1800-1819

(Comment: Statement of responsibility reads: “by Principal Playfair, St. Andrews”)

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/bzcny8
Biog. info: http://archiveshub.ac.uk/features/03031902.html

Status: Used 4/8/13



Edition statement from cover.


Image (t.p.)

Image (cover)

Status: Used 2/18/13


[Another atlas example]

Edition statement from added engraved t.p.


Image (engraved t.p.)

Image (letterpress t.p.)

Status: Used 3/28/13

TF: This is an interesting atlas; the t.p. is from the 1635 edition; there is an added engraved t.p. for 1637 with the "Second edytion" statement and date of 1637. Should the note then read "Publication date and edition statement from added engraved t.p."?

MT: This situation seems really close to the one described in 0C2.1 except it is an engraved t.p. not a cover :

... if the atlas bears a cover issued by the publisher, and the cover contains all the elements typically given on a title page but with more recent information than that provided on the title page (e.g., a later edition statement and publication date), choose the cover as the chief source of information. Make a note to indicate that the cover has been chosen as the chief source of information (see 7B3.1).

But 0C2.2 clearly says to prefer a letterpress t.p. over an engraved t.p. as the chief source. Hmm. LC seems to be using the engraved t.p. as the chief source: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008626506 


Leaving that whole question aside, I think it's fine to use "Edition statement from added engraved t.p." as an example here. The note doesn't have to be exactly what we'd use in the bib record itself. It doesn't even have to be a real-life example as long as it is a plausible one. It just has to illustrate the rule. It's not like finding an example in which transcription is involved. 3/28/13


[This example is illustrating the final sentence in 7B7.1. "Note original position of any element that is transposed ..."]

Map of Mexico & California, 1863

Note: Edition statement precedes publication date in imprint.

Bib. record: http://orbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=4899994


Status: Used 9/1/12

MT: This note sounded strange to me at first glance because it is typical for an edition statement to precede an imprint. It wasn't until I looked at the image that I fully understood. Would it be clearer to say "Edition statement appears between the place and date of publication in the imprint"?

MT: The map says: Map of Mexico & California compiled from the latest authorities by Juls. Hutawa Lithr. Second St. 45 St. Louis, Mo. 2nd edition 1863.

It needn't affect our ability to use this example, I'm just curious how others would transcribe this. I could see two different ways of doing it, depending on whether you thought the info in the s.o.r. was separable or not.

One way:

Map of Mexico & California / compiled from the latest authorities by Juls. Hutawa, lithr. -- 2nd edition. -- St. Louis, Mo. : [Julius Hutawa] Second St. 45, 1863.
Note: On the map, the edition statement appears between the place and date of publication in the imprint; the street address appears before city name.

TF: I like this phrasing better than mine.
MT: Okay, I used this phrasing (but omitted the part about the street address and city, since we're only looking for an example about the edition statement in 7B7.1). 9/1/12

Another way:

Map of Mexico & California / compiled from the latest authorities by Juls. Hutawa, lithr., Second St. 45, St. Louis, Mo. -- 2nd edition. -- [St. Louis, Mo. : Julius Hutawa], 1863.

TF: I like your second choice, as it doesn't separate the lithographer from the address, which in a sense, are

inseparable (not grammatically so much as contextually).

7B7.2. (Edition and bibliographic history)

[Revision example]

Revision of the 1703 L'Isle map of Canada with "Etats Unis" added across New England.


Status: Used 4/22/13


The 9th Latin edition was called the 5th edition by error. See Phillips

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in A list of geographical atlases in the Library of Congress, compiled under the direction of P.L. Phillips)

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b13908729~S1

Status: Used 4/22/13


[Previous edition]

Previous ed.: Stockholm : Säljes hos Bokhandlar en Holmberg, 1780

Bib (1780 ed.): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/222403520

Bib (1790 ed.): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/215534348

Status: Used 4/18/13


Later state of Seutter map with Seutter's name replaced by Lotter's.

Bib: http://neworbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=6255129

Image: Lotter_1760.

Status: Used 8/25/12


Map of the United States and their territories between the Mississippi and the Pacific Ocean, and of part of Mexico [1851?]

Note: Date on map is 1850, however Wheat writes " ... ostensibly published in 1850, though it could not have gone to the engravers, Sherman and Smith of New York, until early in 1851."

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/4927384

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~2249~130154:Map-Of-The-United-States-And-Their-


MT: I don't think this is an example of edition and bibliographic history. It would seem to belong more in 4D2.4 (Fictitious or incorrect dates) or 7B9 (Publication). The bib record's transcription of the imprint seems iffy. I don't see "The Corps" on the piece anywhere. And wouldn't you put the 1850 date that appears on the map in the 260 field and then add the corrected date? Like this:

[Washington, D.C.: Corps of Topographical Engineers], 1850 [i.e. 1851?] (New-York : Engraved by Sherman and Smith)

If not, where would you put it? Also, we currently say in 1E that engravers go in the statement of responsibility. Does that mean the "Sherman and Smith" statement should go in the s.o.r. instead of the imprint? If not, then we probably need to say something in the rules about this. 8/25/12

TF: This is a good question, as it seems very odd to put the engraved statement in the s.o.r. (at least for this example). Maybe we ought to revisit including engraver as part of 1E.

MT: I see the bib record now has been revised. I added the Wheat quote as an example in 7B9.1. 3/28/13


State 5 (after 1645) with newly engraved sea around embellishments, especially in area found within 10⁰ and 20⁰ S, 240⁰ and 250⁰ longitude, showing many horizontal lines lacking any waves; see Burden, P.D.  Mapping of North America, 189.

[TF: This phrasing it taken directly from Burden.]



MT: We already have two other "state" examples. What we need are C examples that are similar to the the remaining B examples so we can have a variety of different types of notes (e.g. "Revision of: xxx", "Sequel to: xxx" (possibly not relevant??), "Previous ed.: xxx", "Detailed description of plates in: xxx". 10/28/12

MT: Also, I'm not sure this "state" example would justify making a new record; it might be an example where different states are identified using local notes. What do others think? Does Appendix E need further refinement to make it clearer what kinds of changes to plates are significant enough to justify a new record? In this case, I don't think anything in areas 1-6 of the description would be affected by the additional "sea" engravings. 10/28/12


(original publication title)

Isolario di Benedetto Bordone nel qual si ragiona di tutte l'isole del mondo

Note: First published in Venice in 1528 under title "Libro di Benedetoo Bordone nel qual si ragiona de tutte l'isole del monde"


Status: Used 5/13/13


"This curious map ... is (as to California) a quaint mixture of Frémont's maps and much 'imaginary geography.' The town of 'Germany City' appears southwest of Sutter's Fort near the site of Benicia."--Wheat, C.I. Maps of the California gold region, 55 [in description of 1848 ed.].

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16222287~S60


RB: Not sure if this illustrates the rule or not, but it's a cute note, right?

MT: It is! But, you're right, not sure it belongs here. And we have so many Wheat citations already, I think we might have to do without it. 5/13/13


Originally published: Spain. Dirección de Hidrografía. Carta esferica, desde el Golfo Dulce en la Costa Rica hasta Sn. Blas en la Nueva Galica. Madrid : Publicada en la Direccion de Hidrografia, año de 1822.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10511807~S1

Images: Full map: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8573125955/ | detail: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8573125133/

Original map: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10511805~S1 | http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8573124263/ | http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8574215842/ 

RB: Not sure if I've got this note right. When looked at side-by-side, these are clearly the same map. But there are several differences, in addition to new title and imprint: prime meridians, neat lines, lat. and long. lines (making for slightly different scale), etc. Apparently Patten had a habit of doing this kind of thing. He's referenced in a copyright infringement case from 1828 (thank you, Google Books!) for republishing someone else's nautical chart as his own.


MT: I think we have plenty of examples already. 5/13/13

7B7.3 [statement of limitation]

"This is a limited edition of 500 copies"

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10323516~S60


MT: It would be nice to find an example that was limited to something other than 500 copies, as we already have 2 such examples. 2/18/13 


"Of this edition one hundred and twenty one copies have been numbered and signed by Dr. Julian Wolff, B.S.I. and Hugh Pentecost"--T.p. verso

Bib: http://blacklight-dev.uits.iu.edu/catalog/1382763

Status: Used 5/6/13


"Auflage in 90 numerierten Stücken"--T.p. verso

Bib: http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/6183684

Image: http://www.nla.gov.au/apps/cdview/?pi=nla.map-ra334-s1b-v

Status: Used 3/19/13

7B7.4. [statement of limitation w/ statement of responsibility/other information]

"Reproduced from an original in the British Columbia Provincial Archives ... This edition limited to 500 copies"

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10270782~S60

Status: Used 2/18/13


"Facsimile printed on the occasion of the Tenth Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Map Libraries, London, Ontario, June 13-17, 1976. This edition limited to 500 copies"

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10477612~S60

RB: These 2 examples are basically the same. No need to use both.

7B7.5 [statement of limitation]

"Edition limited to 500 copies."

Earth Science Library has copy no. 62.

(Comment: Given in a local note)

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10018378~S60


MT: I think one example for this rule is fine. 2/18/13 


"This is number ... of an edition limited to 500 copies"

Library has copy no. 107

(Comment: Given in a local note)

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10543684~S60

Status: Used 2/18/13 

7B7.7. [material appears to have been physically separated from a larger work or appears to be identical with a component part of a larger work]


[Appears in]

Appears in Jan Jansson's Atlantis maioris appendix (1630) and Hendrik Hondius's Atlantis maioris appendix (1631)


No image needed

Status: Used 5/18/13

TF: An example of a map that appears in several works. 5/16/13


Appears in the van Keulen's De groote nieuwe vermeerderde zee-atlas ofte water-waereld.


No image needed


MT: One example is enough I think. 5/18/13



From Gerard Mercator's Atlas, 1632.


No image needed


MT: One example is enough I think. 5/18/13


From author's L'isole piu famose del mondo, 1576


No image needed

Status: Used 5/18/13

MT: Inserted "the" before "author's". 5/18/13

7B8.1. Scale

[multiple bar scales]

Optional note: Bar scales given in "milliaria Germanica," "milliaria Gallica," and "milliaria Danica."

Image: http://brbl-images.library.yale.edu/MAPS/size3/D0028/1276027.jpg

Bib. record: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/8203996


MT: See comments for same example under Examples for Area 3. 6/2/12

TF: How about this as the optional note (following the tentative example given for 3B6 (2/8/13):

Bar scales given in milliaria Germanica, milliaria Gallica, and milliaria Danica; scale estimated by measurement of degree of latitude.

MT:Rather than repeating the same note here that was also given in 3B6, I used another one that had been suggested for 3B6 (see below). 5/13/13


Includes four bar scales; scale estimated by measurement of degree of latitude.

Here is the image of the scale representations on the map (as well as a graticule with coordinates), in case we really need to look at an example.

Status: Used 5/13/13


"It is not drawed from any measurement or scale, but the buildings are placed nearly in their natural situation"

Bib/image: http://lccn.loc.gov/00552211

Status: Used 10/27/12

7B8.2. Projection

Projections differ

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b18309650~S1

Status: used 1/6/16

7B8.3. Coordinates


Centesimal French grad map grid.

Bib: http://iucat.iu.edu/catalog/9725479  (without a note about grid system)

Image: http://cartotecadigital.icc.cat/cdm/ref/collection/oceania/id/674 (with Catalan description)

nak 3/27/14

Status: Used 3/29/14


Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich.
Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b15844663~S1

Status: Used 8/13/12


Prime meridians: Paris, Tenerife, and Cap Lezard.

Bib/image: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/4123824

Status: Used 9/16/12


Longitude coordinates given inaccurately on map as W 114°--W 136°

Bib record


Status: Used 6/29/14

MT: Todd, I'm just curious, how do you know the real coordinates? And how did you find the example? Anyone have any idea why the longitude coordinates on the bottom of the map, which purport to be W from Greenwich, are getting higher as you move W to E? It seems like an odd error to make. 4/22/14

TF: I approximated using Google Earth, although I probably should have merely reversed the coordinates given incorrectly on the map; thus, W 136°--W 114°. I think the map maker made a mistake and just reversed the coordinates from Greenwich (the coordinates from Washington at top are correct). Would this still qualify as an inaccurate (or better yet, distorted) coordinates or merely a mistake? 4/23/14


TF:Do we really need an example for the fourth paragraph of 7B8.3., "Make a note to indicate that coordinates have been approximated by comparison ..."? Wouldn't you expect the note to read nearly the same as the rule?

     Coordinates not given and have been approximated.

MT: I would find an example helpful, even if the wording were very similar to the rule. The example we have in 3D2.8 is "Coordinates not present on map; approximated by comparison with another map". We could just repeat that example in area 7 but it would be better if there other types of comparisons that we could show or slightly different wording that we could use. Something like "Coordinates not given on map; approximated based on comparison with similar maps from the same time period" - I'm just making this up as I've never actually done this before and I can't find any examples using OPAC searches. Todd's wording above does not mention comparison at all, so I'm hesitant to use it. 10/27/12

TF: I'm not entirely sure how one would approximate coordinates by comparison with another map. Nancy, any experience or advice on this? 

TF: How would one formulate a note for coordinates determined by using Google Earth (which is basically the ONLY way I approximate coordinates)? See the example below (feel free to offer alternatives as to how to phrase the note). 5/16/13

MT: I really don't know the answer to this one. 5/19/13

 (W 71°15'36"--W 71°06'00"/N 46°53'42"--N 46°47'30").

Note: Coordinates approximated and not present on map.



Status: Used 5/19/13

MT: I ended up using a variation of what we used in area 3: "Coordinates not present; approximated by comparison with another map" 5/19/13


[magnitude of celestial charts]

Magnitudes given in 11 gradations, down to 8, 8-9, 9, and 9-10.


No image needed

Status: Used 5/19/13

7B9. Publication


MT: We seem to have more than enough examples for this rule, so I deleted the remaining 4 that had been marked "need C example". 5/6/13


"Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1884 by H.J. Stevenson in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington"

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10846250~S60

Image: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb3k4005sn/

Status: Used 3/28/13 


"Ostensibly published in 1850, though it could not have gone to the engravers, Sherman and Smith of New York, until early in 1851"--Wheat

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in C.I. Wheat's Mapping the transmississippi West, 1540-1861)

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/4927384

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~2249~130154:Map-Of-The-United-States-And-Their-

Status:   Used 3/28/13

MT: Hoping we don't have too many "Wheat" examples at this point!


No more published

Status: Used
MT: From DCRM(B). 


"Price 25cts. Colored in counties, or six copies for $1.00. Mounted on linen with rollers, varnished, 2.50. Book form for army officers, with linen backs, cut for folding, 2.00"

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/7sytma

Status: Used 4/20/13


Publication date from Koeman


Status: Used 2/18/13

MT: Also added comment below note: (Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in C. Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici)


Imprint from colophon

Status: Used

Source: From DCRM(B)


Publisher statement from cover

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b17710188~S60

Images: (map) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570058795/ | (cover) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570027295/ 

Status: Used 3/28/13 

MT: This is very similar to the "Publication date from outside back cover" example we already have. I think your example is probably a more common situation, though, so I've replaced the existing example with yours. 3/28/13


Imprint from printed label affixed to lower right corner of sheet

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10605636~S1

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8571122570/ 

RB: For a variant of the map without the label, see http://www.davidrumsey.com/insightredirector/insightredirector.asp?cid=8&iia=0&ig=David%20Rumsey%20Collection&isl=0&gwisp=0%7CList%5FNo%7CList%20No%7C1%7C0233.013%7C2&gwia=3&gc=0

Status: Used 4/20/13 


Date of publication from t.p. of appendix

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10841809~S1 

Image: http://www.americanwest.amdigital.co.uk/Contents/Document-Details.aspx?documentid=1685

RB: The edition statement also comes from the appendix t.p. and I have combined those in a single note in my catalog record; for purposes of this example, the note can be given as above.

Status: Used 4/20/13

7B9.3 (transposition)

Place of publication appears at end of imprint

Bib: http://orbis.library.yale.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=8438114

Image: http://brbl-images.library.yale.edu/MAPS/size4/D0016/1211210.jpg 

Status: Used 5/18/14 

7B11. Physical Description


Blueline print

Status: Used


Paper has watermark "J Ruse 1804" 


Status: Used 5/29/12 


Title page printed in red; text and maps printed in red and black


Status: Used 6/3/12


Sun print

Bib record: http://www.loc.gov/item/2007627480

Status: Used 8/13/12 


Volumes numbered: 1, 2A, 2B, 2C, 3

MT: Added the example from DCRM(B) because an area 5 rule on volume numbering makes a reference to this section. 4/27/14


RB: Are there any incunable maps or atlases? If so, they should be known, right? Maybe we can find an example from a published description. If not, or if in doubt, couldn't we add "incunable" to the next paragraph? The instruction is nearly the same. Or delete the first paragraph? We deleted it for DCRM(S).

TF: There are certainly incunable atlases. My only concern is the "if no account is found in a bibliographical resource ..." bit; finding an example wouldn't be difficult. Finding one not already described in some source may be. Should we provide an example even if it's already been described someplace?
MT: I think so. I added one that I found in Worldcat, below. It has no type measurement but hopefully it's good enough. 4/27/13


Printed in 2 columns; 53 lines
Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/42297070

Status: Used 4/27/13

7B11.3 (illustrations)

Includes decorative cartouche and compass rose.


Status: used 3/10/13


With portraits of John C. Fremont and William L. Dayton, the 1856 presidential and vice presidential candidates of the Republican Party

Bib/image: http://lccn.loc.gov/2003627003

Status: Used 10/27/12


Includes 12 illustrations of cherubim representing the 12 classical wind directions

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10037468~S60

Image: http://cluster3.lib.berkeley.edu/EART/maps/world-1544.gif

Status: Used 4/30/13 


County borders are hand-colored


Status: Used 7/5/14


Illustration on title page depicts "First landing of Columbus in the New World" and is signed "Barralet del." and "Humphreys sc."


(illustration on atlas t.p. per 5C1.4)

Status: Used 5/29/12

MT: Let me know if this wording isn't okay. 5/29/12

Engraved frontispiece portrait of Elizabeth I dated 1579

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b16212903~S1

Status: Used 2/18/13

Map surrounded by an ornamental border of state seals, with two columns of brief statistical text relative to each state.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b17675104~S1

Image: http://content.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb9779p3cq/
Status: Used 2/18/13

7B11.4 Containers, frames, and stands

In a wooden case bearing, on its inner faces, representations of the celestial hemispheres

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/498124903

Status: Used 8/13/12


Celestial globe in mahogany stand with original brass meridian circles and hour rings
Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/224276814

Status: Used 8/13/12


Includes swing meridian

Status: Used 8/13/12


Globe constructed over a wooden frame, covered with papier mache and coated with plaster to provide smooth finish to paper gore. Paper gore hand-colored. Mounted in a three-legged mahogany stand with magnetic compass. Four wooden arms support a wooden horizontal ring showing months of the year and signs of the zodiac

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/775601562

Status: Used 8/13/12


Yale copy: Modern base in clear plastic

Status: Used 8/13/12 

7B11.5 (Dissection and mounting)

Dissected into 24 sections and mounted on linen

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b15951599~S60

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/maps1471.html


(RB: Rumsey site not connecting, 5/12/13)

MT: I added a link that seems to work, but I'll use the other one you found. 5/13/13


RB: This one might be a better example, because apparently the mounting is mentioned on the map.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16097746~S60

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/0susgr

But, I can't get the Rumsey site to connect, so can't look at it to figure out how the note should be formulated. 5/12/13

Status: Used 5/13/13  

MT: I added a link that seems to work. 5/13/13  

MT: I worded the note as follows but am open to tweaking: "Dissected into 36 sections, mounted on linen, and edged with cloth. Folds into brown cloth-covered boards with ties" 


Bancroft Library copy: Mounted on kraft paper with 2 maps mounted on verso: Arnold, T.J. Map of part of plot 6, Kellersbergers survey of Vicente & Domingo Peralta Rancho ... S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] : Britton, Rey & Co., lith., [1876] -- Map of the Fifty Associates Tract ... [Oakland, Calif.? : s.n., 187-?]

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11098029~S1

Status: Used 7/5/14

MT: Revised to delete marks of omission and add square brackets around each element as needed. 7/5/14

7B11.6 (binding)

LC copy bound in 4 v.

Status: Used 4/27/14

MT: This is a made-up example; just took the DCRM(B) example and changed the institution name. 4/27/14


Library copy: Map 5 incorrectly bound between map 3 and map 4

Status: Used 5/17/14

MT: This is a made-up example. 5/17/14


Red embossed cloth binding, title stamped in gilt on front cover

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947568430/

Status: Used 9/16/12

MT: Revised to "Red embossed cloth publisher's binding; title stamped in gilt on front cover" to to make it clear why this is not a local note. 7/5/14


Dark green bead-grained cloth binding, printed title label mounted on front cover

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947556530/

Status: Used 9/16/12

MT: Revised to "Publisher's binding: Dark green bead-grained cloth, with printed title label mounted on front cover" to make it clear why this is not a local note. 7/5/14

MT: Deleted example; decided needed only one publisher's binding example. 7/5/14


British Library copy: late 17th-century binding in red goatskin, gold-tooled

Status: Used 5/11/4

MT: Kept DCRM(B) example. 5/11/14


British Library copy: late 17th-century English binding; red goatskin, gold-tooled, over paper boards; gold-tooled spine with five raised bands; gilt edges; gold roll on edges of boards; marbled endpapers

Status: Used 5/11/4

MT: Kept DCRM(B) example. 5/11/14


7B12. Accompanying material

Accompanied by: Index to cities and towns, populations, and mileage by automobile highway from Columbus Circle (B'way and 59th St.) New York City (1 sheet ; 42 x 67 cm)

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11049727~S60
RB: In the bib record, it says "1 leaf"; I changed it to "sheet" for this example

Status: Used 1/5/13


Accompanied by: Political & road guide map Tamil Nadu (1 map : col. ; 50 x 38 cm, folded to 19 x 13 cm, attached to p. [3] of cover).

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b18556844~S60

RB: This ex. comes from a record for a modern atlas. Perhaps only one needed; prefer first?


MT: I think one example is plenty! Used the first one. 1/5/13


Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b19561963~S1

NK: This is a little ambiguous -- is it really an accompanying index, or if the map comes folded within the cover of the index, is it a cover of a map with pages of text and index?  12/7/12


MT: I agree, this is a little ambiguous. But the example Randy provided above works just fine. 1/5/13

7B13. Series


Series statement from dust jacket

Status: used

Source: DCRM(B)



Series numbering precedes series title

Status: used

Source: DCRM(B)



Issued also in series: Mis. doc. (United States. Congress. House) ; 52nd Congress, 1st session, no. 261

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/2082674

Status: Used 4/20/13

7B14. Dedications

"Dedicated to the citizens of Baltimore"

Bib.: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b14948191~S1

Image: http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/id?434630



"Most humbly inscrib'd to the Right Honoble. the Earl of Berkshire &c., deputy earl marshal of England"

Bib.: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16193390~S1

Image: http://www.raremaps.com/gallery/enlarge/23198



"To Mr. Micajah Perry of London, merchant, this map of Virginia &ca. is humbly dedicated and presented"

http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15410345~S1 (bib record)

http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/id?464999 (image)

Status: Used 3/29/14

MT: Revised to add "a" in "&ca." (letter is superscript in the source and thus easily overlooked. 11/24/13 


Dedication in separate cartouche at bottom right corner of sheet reads: "To His Grace, Charles, Duke of Grafton ... this map is humbly dedicated ..."

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/i9nive

Status: Used 3/29/14


Dedication to Charlotte Augusta, Princess of Wales, on added engraved dedication leaf

Image: http://richardsmithrarebooks.com/products-page/books/laurie-and-whittle-a-new-and-elegant-general-atlas/

Status: Used 3/29/14


Dedication "to His Most Sacred Majesty George II, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland ..." by Margaret Flamsteed and James Hodgson on p. [3] (first count)

Image: http://lhldigital.lindahall.org/u?/astro_atlas,1153

Status: Used 3/29/14

7B15.1 References to published descriptions (used to supply element of the description)

References: Wheat, C.I.  Mapping the transmississippi West, 727

(Comment: Made in conjunction with a general note reading: "Date of publication from Wheat")

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16205026~S60

Image: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb1d5nb1s3

Status: Used 4/20/13

RB: In the example, should the label "References:" be added? 6/5/13

MT: Fixed 7/7/13 

7B15.2. References to published descriptions (other)

References: Koeman, C. Atlantes Neerlandici, Ort 1B 


Status: Used 6/3/12


References: GW 3870
Bib: http://catalog.lib.utexas.edu/record=b4833373~S18

Status: Used 4/28/13; deleted 5/18/14 (replaced with the "mappier" Hyde example)


References: Hyde, R.  Printed maps of Victorian London, 97(2)

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/10582883

Status: Used 5/18/14

MT: Deleted the word "no." used in the bib record and added "Printed" (the first word of the title). 5/18/14


References: Perry & Prescott. Guide to maps of Australia, 1814.07

[checked ref. book in Google Books to determine how entries are numbered]

Status: Used 6/3/12


References: Phillips 1223


Status: Used 6/3/12


References: Wagner-Camp (4th ed.) 164a

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10631237~S60

Status: Used 4/2/13

RB: Should there be a comma before the number? I don't have SCF in front of me.

MT: The example B was very similar and didn't include a comma, so I'm going to trust that this one is fine. 4/2/13


References: Wheat, C.I.  Maps of the California gold region, 171

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b17625297~S60

Status: Used 4/2/13

RB: Typo in last example: "References:" duplicated. 6/5/13

MT: Fixed 7/7/13 

7B15.3. References to published descriptions ("Not in")


Map of the canals and railroads of Pennsylvania and New Jersey and adjoining states, 1839.

Not in Phillip's A list of maps of America, 1901


MT: This needs to be in proper SCF citation format. 6/2/12


Not in: Wheat, C.I.  Maps of the California gold region. Cf. 100

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10264682~S60

MT: I think one is plenty here. And we've used Wheat titles so much already! 4/2/13 


Not in: Wagner, H.R. Cartography of the northwest coast of America to the year 1800. Cf. 35

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10497845~S60

Status: Used 4/2/13
MT: I assume this bibliography attempts to be comprehensive for its scope? 4/2/13

7B17.1 Contents - General

Includes table of distances in lower left corner
Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16222417~S1

Status: Used 8/13/12


"Appendix to the eighteenth edition of Paterson's roads": 44 p. at end

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/583395

Status: Used 2/18/13


Includes advertisements for "Lloyd's great military map of the fifteen southern states" and "$100,000 topographical map of the state of Virginia"

Bib/image: http://lccn.loc.gov/99448362

Status: Used 10/27/12


MT: Deleted need for example to parallel DCRM(B)'s "Includes Joseph Pike's ..." 5/18/13

7B17.2 Cartographic materials other than atlases

RB: I know! Way too many. I'll get some images this week and add them so you can decide which examples you want to use. Images added 3/18/13


Inset map: Aleutian Islands. Scale ca. 1:8,000,000

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10499444~S6

Image: (full map) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570048707/ | (inset) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8571141256/ 

RB: This is a manuscript map (not that that makes any difference here...)

Status: Used 4/20/13


Inset maps: Mazatlan / by Captn. Beechey, 1827 -- Sketch of the mouth of Chamatla River, 1827 / by E. Belcher -- San Blas / by Captn. Beechey

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10702881~S6

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570037857/ 

Status: Used 4/20/13


Inset maps: Entrance to San Francisco Harbour. Scale ca. 1:62,000 -- Harbour of San Francisco / by Captn. F.W. Beechey, R.N., F.R.S. Scale ca. 1:400,000 -- Bay of Monterey / by M. de Tessan of the French Navy. Scale ca. 1:140,000 -- Guayamas / by M. de Fisquet of the French Navy. Scale ca. 1:150,000 -- Magdalen Bay / by M. de Tessan of the French Navy. Scale ca. 1:437,760 -- Mazatlan / by Captn. F.W. Beechey, R.N., F.R.S. Scale ca. 1:49,000

Inset views: Farallones ... -- Making San Francisco from the southward -- The entrance to San Francisco ... -- View of the north end of Guadaloupe ... -- View of the Alijos Rocks ... -- View of the entrance to Guayamas ... -- The Bay of Magdalen ... -- View taken in approaching the Bay of Monterey ...

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10569333~S6

RB: This map is going to be very difficult to photograph. If image is desired/necessary, I'll give it a try...

Status: Used 4/20/13
MT: I changed this one to be an example of the final sentence (make a note in general terms if insets are numerous): "With 6 inset maps and 8 inset views". 4/20/13


Inset maps: Oustié Rekié Astaré = Embouchure de la Rivière d'Astara -- Oustié Rekié Sebdouri = Embouchure de la Rivière de Sebdoura -- Oustié Rekié Krudosel = Embouchure de la Rivière de Kroudosel -- Zalif Sinsilenskoi = Golfe de Sinsilen -- Zalif Astrabatskié = Golfe d'Astrabat

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16204968~S6

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8571138888/ 

Status: Used 4/20/13
MT: I made the words "Rekié" and "Rivière" lower-case per AACR2 capitalization rules. Also deleted the accents in "Rivière" because they aren't found on the piece. 4/20/13


Includes inset illustration of cod fishing and processing in Newfoundland

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10219781~S6

Image: (full map) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8571137504/ | (inset) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570041177/ 

Status: Used 4/20/13 


Includes inset map showing the Bay of Naples (Neapolis) and environs


Image: (full map) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570050903/ | (inset) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570049771/ 



With 16 inset maps including "Oregon and Mandan Districts," profiles, and statistical tables.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10641250~S6

Image: (partial) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8571133636/

RB: This map is too large for me to photograph in one shot; only one corner shown in image



With 10 marginal vignettes

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10293240~S1

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8570046411/

RB: Or does this belong in 7B11.3?


7B17.3. Contents - Atlases

Melish's universal school atlas. Philadelphia, 1820.


(Contents on t.p. have slightly different titles than titles on maps themselves)

Status: Used 2/18/13

MT: Provided formal contents note from t.p. after first paragraph. Provided formal contents note from individual maps after 2nd paragraph. In the first note, I couldn't bring myself to transcribe ".... Mercator's" as "-- Mercator's" because it looked too weird with all the other dashes in the contents note. I just ignored it. Let me know if you object or have another suggestion. 2/18/13

7B18. Numbers

"Form M-111"

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b12497502~S1

Image: none found

Status: Used 9/22/12


"Plate no. 27"

MT: Used 7/12/14

Note: Taken from CM.

7B19. “With” notes



With: Warner & Beers. An illustrated historical atlas of St. Clair Co., Illinois. Chicago : Warner & Beers, 1874.

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b11034485~S1

Image: none found


Note: not sure if this quite qualifies, because it's part of a reprint (so how should the date and pub info really be done?), and the original is not a "with" situation. NK 8/27/14

MT: Yeah, I think we'd need to use the imprint for the reprint. I'll see if I can find something older. 8/30/14


With (on recto): Bethea, P.Y. Map of Marion County, South Carolina / original survey made by Harllee about 1815 ; enlarged and improved May 1882 by P.Y. Bethea. [South Carolina?] : [P.Y. Bethea], [1882]

(Comment: The note is added to the description of the map on the verso of the sheet) 

Bib/images: http://lccn.loc.gov/2013593125

Status: Used 8/30/14

MT: I hope this does the trick. 8/30/14


7B19.3. ("bound with")

Bancroft Library copy: Mounted on kraft paper with 2 maps mounted on verso: Arnold, T.J. Map of part of plot 6, Kellersbergers survey of Vicente & Domingo Peralta Rancho ... S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] : Britton, Rey & Co., lith., [1876] -- Map of the Fifty Associates Tract ... [Oakland, Calif.? : s.n., 187-?]


RB: This rule (and other local notes rules) are still very book-centric. Do they need to be revised to include sheet maps? 5/12/13

MT: Good question. I guess we'd need to decide whether expand the whole "Bindings" section to also cover mountings, containers, etc. or to keep Bindings as its own section and add a new section on Mountings, etc. 5/13/13

TF: I don't know instances for single-sheet maps where a binding note might apply. The only circumstance I could think of is a map in a cover, which most likely would not be a local note (and anyway we have rules on covers in Area 5). Although 7B20.3 is a bit book-centric, I can see these rules applying to bound atlases. 4/22/14

MT: I added this as example of local note under 7B11.5 (section on mountings) for now but am still pondering the larger question of how to indicate local "with-ness" in cases that do not involve bindings. I think the bound-with rule probably should be taken out of Bindings, incorporated into the "With" notes section, and expanded to include other forms of "with-ness" such as mountings. 7/5/14   Follow-up: Made rule change, still need to move this example back from 7B11.5. 7/5/14


Library copy bound with: Kiepert, H. Supplementheft zum Atlas von Hellas und den hellenischen Colonien. Berlin : Verlag der Nicolaischen Buchhandlung, 1851

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/2511747

Status: Used 7/5/14

MT: This is an example of an atlas bound with a separately issued supplement. 7/5/14


Special Collections copy: No. 4 of 20 maps bound together in a composite atlas with binder's title: American atlas

Status: Used 7/5/14

MT: This is a made-up example. It is based on the following atlas but I decided to normalize the spelling of the binder's title because I didn't want an interpolated [sic] or [i.e. American] to distract from the main point of the rule: http://digital.lib.lehigh.edu/dse/atlas/

7B20. Provenance

Underneath the base is engraved an inscription dated 1794, added by the first owner, John Smith of Cheapside

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/498344126
MT: This was suggested by Larry in his globes document, adapted from the OCLC record (by adding a fake owner's name). But the way the provenance examples are set up we need two versions of each example, one a brief "summary" note, the other a detailed transcription. 8/13/12


Bancroft Library copy: Annotated to show routes traveled by S.C. Evans on his 1888 visit to the Hawaiian Islands

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b18603159~S60

MT: Ditto above. 5/13/13


Bancroft Library copy: Armorial bookplate of Rev. Nathaniel S. Thomas (shelfmark: no. 6395)

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10641316~S60

MT: Ditto above. 5/13/13


Bancroft Library copy: Ownership signature and annotations of T.J. Cobden-Sanderson

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b18347543~S6

MT: All of these are perfectly good examples but, as I mentioned above: If we are going to follow DCRM(B)'s lead here, we need two versions of each provenance example; after the first paragraph goes a "short form" of the example. After the 2nd paragraph, a longer form. This is intended to show the different levels of detail that are possible for representing the same data. Do we want to ditch this approach and not use "pairs" of examples? 5/13/13

TF: I think we can find good examples for the short and long forms (see below).4/22/14


Short: Beinecke Library copy with inscription of Cyrus Woodman dated 1871.

Long: Beinecke Library copy with inscription "Yale College, from Cyrus Woodman, Cambridge, Mass., September 26, 1871."

Bib record

Status: Used 4/27/14

MT: For added detail, I added "on verso" at the end of the long version; let me know if you want to substitute the real location, whatever that is. 4/27/14


Short: Newberry Library copy: Manuscript annotations, dated 1860, show course of a journey from England to Manitoba and back

Long: Newberry Library copy: Manuscript annotations in pen and ink show course of a journey from England to Norway House, Manitoba, and back (with a side trip to a Northwest Fur Company post in Minnesota, possibly at Lake Pokegama). The outward voyage is labeled "To New York, course of Great Eastern on her 1st voyage June 1860" and continues via the Erie Canal and the Great Lakes. The return voyage, via the St. Lawrence River, is labeled "Homeward bound in Bohemian for Liverpool"

Bib: http://www.biblioserver.com/newberry/index.php?m=search&id=&ftype=rid&q=9761

Status: Used 5/1/14  



Presented by Benjamin Franklin, with an endorsement in his hand

(Comment: A manuscript map, thus a general note rather than a local note)


Presented by Benjamin Franklin, with an endorsement in his hand on verso: "Mr. Bartram's map, very curious"

(Comment: A manuscript map, thus a general note rather than a local note)

Bib: 3rd item on this list: http://www.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/Misc.Maps-ead.xml

Image: http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/graphics:5727

Status: Used 7/17/15



Folger copy: Purchased; N. Israel; 29 Sept. 1955

Bib: http://shakespeare.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=153091

Status: Used 5/18/14

MT: Edited to match style in MARC 541 field documentation. 5/18/14




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