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Examples Found (Area 5)

Page history last edited by Manon Theroux 10 years, 4 months ago

Area 5 Examples found


1 remote-sensing image on 6 sheets

Bib/image: http://lccn.loc.gov/90680339

Status: Used 2/8/14

5B14.2 Issued in fascicles

1 atlas ([32 p.])

Note: Issued in 3 fascicles

Bib: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008622173

Status: Used 2/1/14


1 map in 3 segments

Optional note: The three segments, depicting the northern, central, and southern areas of the country, are arranged side-by-side on the sheet

(Comment: A map of Chile)

Status: Used 5/9/13

MT: I made this up, based on the image in Appendix K. Is this what we had in mind? 5/9/13


1 map : photocopy

Status: Used 7/1/13


: hand col. maps

(Comment: It isn't clear whether the hand coloring was applied before or after publication)

Status: Used

RB: As a matter of style, would it be better to say "is not" in the example comment? Seems a little too informal to me. There is another "isn't" in the comment at 5C8.2. 6/5/13

MT: Fixed both. Or would "unclear" be better than "not clear"? 7/1/13


: hand col. maps
Note: "Price ten dollars plain, twelve dollars coloured"

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/269byd

Status: Used 9/8/12

5C5.3, 5C8.3

: maps

Optional local note: Bancroft Library copy with maps hand-colored

(Comment: Atlas has title “Black and white mileage atlas of the United States, Canada, and Mexico”)

Status: Used

RB: In the example, should we delete the hyphen in "hand colored"? All instances in the rules have it without the hyphen. Or is there a distinction that I'm missing? See also 5C8.3. 6/5/13

MT: The pattern we've used throughout matches that used in DCRM(B) and is recorded in the Editorial Guidelines wiki: "hand coloring" (noun) but "hand-colored" (adjective); in 300 field: "hand col.". 7/2/12


: 1 ill. (engraving)

Note: Illustration is a t.p. vignette depicting Atlas holding a globe aloft, surrounded by female figures and cherubs holding a divider, book, and compass

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/juj3l5

Status: used 5/9/13

MT: I think the note was added in the similar DCRM(B) example in order to emphasize that t.p. vignettes can qualify as illustrations (this was not allowed in DCRB). It does seem a little odd since nothing in the rule suggests making the note, but I guess it does no harm. 5/9/13


: ill., 39 col. maps

Note: One of the maps folded in pocket on inside back cover

Status: Used
MT: A made-up example.


: ill., col. maps

Note: Includes maps on lining papers

Status: Used
MT: A made-up example.


1 map : col.

Note: Hand-colored; includes key with explanation of colors

(Comment: Title contains the statement “colored to show the geological formations”)

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/9664028
Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/67mec0

Status: Used 5/30/11; Revised to match new instructions regarding hand-coloring and renumbered 5C9.3. 8/21/11


2 maps on 1 sheet ; 17 x 42 cm and 16 x 41 cm, sheet 42 x 50 cm

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b15828464~S60


Status: Used 1/16/14


8 maps on 1 sheet ; each 16 x 16 cm or smaller, sheet 55 x 40 cm

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b15901263~S60 


Status: Used 1/16/14


1 map on 2 sheets : hand col. ; sheets 74 x 56 cm or smaller.

(Note: the first sheet measures 74 x 56 cm; the second measures 74 x 55 cm.)


No image reguired


MT: Doesn't this fall under 5D1.8? I don't think we need another example there. 1/16/14

5D1.11 [had originally been proposed for 5D5]

1 map : col. ; 72 x 56 cm, folded in cover 20 x 11 cm

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11272079~S1

Images: (cover) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947556530/
| (map) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947562960/

Status: Used 1/20/14
MT: Although we had said at an earlier meeting that we wanted an example with a cover as a container, I don't think a cover constitutes a container after all. AACR2 says a container must be "physically separable from the material being housed". Also, we already have rule 5D1.11. which seems to cover (ha ha) maps issued in covers. That rule suggests we'd do this as: 72 x 56 cm, folded to # x # cm (whatever the folded sheet size is). Do we want to tweak rule 5D1.11 so that we are also giving the size of the cover (presumably slightly larger than the folded sheet) or is the size of the folded sheet enough? 9/8/12

TF: I would be in favor of tweaking 5D1.11 to include providing the size of the cover. I cannot find a specific rule or example in CM concerning dimensions of a cover, but I think it would be good to include mention of this in 5D1.11. As Manon points out, covers and containers are not necessarily the same thing, certainly not for these two rules. And I have quite often imported copy that gives the size of the cover in the 300; for late 19th century and a lot of 20th century material, maps within covers are quite common.

MT: Okay, I've put this example under 5D1.11 and I tweaked the rule. Moving discussion of the rule tweaking from the Examples to the Discussion page. 1/20/14


1 map : col. ; 41 x 74 cm, folded in cover 17 x 11 cm

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/

MT: I think one example of this type is plenty! Aside from the actual dimensions there is nothing different here from the example above. 9/8/12

5E1.2. (description of accompanying material)


1 map on 4 sheets : hand col. ; 192 x 162 cm., sheets 96 x 81 cm., folded to 32 x 27 cm., in portfolio 36 x 28 cm. + 1 book ([2], 17, [1] p. ; 33 cm.)

Note: "This map is accompanied by an explanatory memoir."  Its title reads: Memoir of a geological map of England : to which are added an alphabetical index to the hills and a list of the hills arranged according to counties.  London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1820.

Bib.: http://neworbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=584300

Image: [do we need an image of the map?]

TF: I would say no; it's a good example.

Status: Used 5/9/12

MT: Note: I used only the 300 $c and $e data, per pattern in existing examples, and deleted the periods after the "cm". I also wondered if "pamphlet" might be better than "book"? 5/9/13


1 map : col., dissected and mounted on cloth ; 68 x 88 cm, folded in slipcase 20 x 14 cm + indexes (2 v. (81, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates, 81, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates) : ill. ; 19 cm (8vo))

Note: Index volumes in Russian and French.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b16288839~S1

Images: (map) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947596612/ | (Russian index) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947599394/ | (French index) http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/7947601934/
Status: Used 9/8/12
MT: Used the 300 $c and $e data only, per pattern in existing examples. 9/8/12

RB: With some help from the Slavic languages cataloger here at UCB, I've re-cataloged this map. The $e now has more detail (see above). I leave it to you to decide whether you want to update the example.

MT: The expanded $e above no longer has the word "indexes" after the "+" (though the bib record does) - assume it should have it? 9/16/12

RB: Yes! My bad.

5E2. Issued in pocket

; 29 cm + 1 map

Note: Map folded in pocket on inside back cover of atlas

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b12543122~S1


MT: I used the 2nd bib to find out where the pocket was. 5/9/13
MT: Deleted example because maps in pockets are described in 300 $b (see 5C7.1). 1/16/14


; 29 cm + 1 CD-ROM

Note: CD-ROM in pocket on inside back cover of atlas

Status: Used 1/16/14
MT: A made-up example.  


lii, 484, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates : 2 maps ; 23 cm (4to) + 1 folded map

Note: One folded map on inside back cover

Bib.: http://neworbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=5474636

Image: [do we need an image of the map?]

MT: It looks to me like this is a primarily textual book that happens to have a few maps, rather than cartographic material and thus we wouldn't be using these rules to catalog this item to begin with?? If so, I think we need an example of cartographic material that has accompanying material issued in a pocket, e.g. an atlas with something folded in a pocket. 9/8/12

TF: You're right; one wouldn't catalog this using DCRM(C).




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