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Examples Found (Appendix T: Maps as Component Parts of Larger Works)

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

Throughout: Changed $ to ‡ in MARC subfield coding as needed. 10/16/13


T2. Analytical added entries

 

100  1   $a Lederer, John.

245  10  $a The discoveries of John Lederer : $b in three several marches from Virginia to the west of Carolina and other parts of the continent : begun in March 1669 and ended in September 1670 : together with a general map of the whole territory which he traversed / $c collected and translated out of Latine from his discourse and writings by Sir William Talbot baronet.

500      $a Contains: A map of the whole territory traversed by Iohn Lederer in his three marches.

700  12  $a Lederer, John. $t Map of the whole territory traversed by Iohn Lederer in his three marches.

(Comment: The bibliographic record for a book has been enhanced with an informal contents note and a name/title added entry.)

http://rla.unc.edu/Archives/accounts/Lederer/LedererText.html

Status: Used 7/8/15

 

100  1   ‡a Gregg, Josiah, ‡d 1806-1850.

245  10  ‡a Commerce of the prairies, or, The journal of a Santa Fé trader : during eight expeditions across the great western prairies and a residence of nearly nine years in northern Mexico : illustrated with maps and engravings / by Josiah Gregg ; in two volumes.

500      ‡a Includes: A map of the Indian Territory, northern Texas, and New Mexico, showing the great western prairies / by Josiah Gregg.

700  12  ‡a Gregg, Josiah, ‡d 1806-1850. ‡t Map of the Indian Territory, northern Texas, and New Mexico, showing the great western prairies ‡h [cartographic material].

740  02  ‡a Map of the Indian Territory, northern Texas, and New Mexico, showing the great western prairies ‡h [cartographic material].

(Comment: The bibliographic record for a book has been enhanced with an informal contents note, a name/title added entry, and an optional additional title added entry. The general material designation in both added entries is optional.)

Image (map): http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/4gju84
Image (book): http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/wi92e9

Bib (book): http://lccn.loc.gov/rc01000175

Status: Used 3/18/13

MT: Added missing ‡b and ‡c coding in 245 field. 10/13/16


T3.2 (transcribed title)

 

245  12  ‡a A map of the Indian Territory, northern Texas, and New Mexico, showing the great western prairies ‡h [cartographic material] / ‡c by Josiah Gregg.

(Comment: The general material designation is optional)

Image (map): http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/4gju84

Status: Used 3/20/13

 

T3.2 (Supplied title)

245  10  ‡a [Ursa major] / $c A. Jamieson for 1820.

500      ‡a Title from list of maps on p. 6 of atlas.

Image (map): http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/4fr64k

Image (source of title): http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/rgxpr2

Status: Used 3/20/13

MT: The map has "Plate VI" on upper right. We don't want to consider plate numbers as title information, do we?  I think it would look something like this if we did: 245 10 $a Plate VI. $p [Ursa major]. Should we put plate numbering in a note instead? 3/20/13

TF: I would put the plate number in a quoted note: "Plate VI" in upper right. 3/20/13

MT: Do we want to say anything about noting plate numbers when making In analytics? If so, would it be a required or optional note? It seems somewhat similar to the info called for under T3.5.2. (Location note). It could be a new rule under T3.5 - something akin to 7B17 (Numbers) but dedicated specifically to recording a plate number if present. 2/15/14

 

245  00  ‡a [Map of San Francisco showing points of interest].

500       ‡a Title devised by cataloger.

RB: Since this is a devised title, can we just make one up? 6/6/13

MT: Of course! There are many cities in the world called San Francisco though. To be on the safe side, I substituted a less ambiguous place name: "[Map of Washington, D.C.]." 7/9/13

Status: Used, as revised, 7/9/13


T3.3. Publication, distribution, etc., area

 

260      $a London : $b Published February 1, 1822, by G. & W.B. Whittakers, T. Cadell, & N. Hailes, $c [1822]

(Comment: Publication information taken from map. Imprint of the host item may be given in a note or in the linking entry in the 773 field)

Image (map): http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/4fr64k

Status: Used 3/20/13

 

260      $a [New York : $b Henry G. Langley ; $a London : $b Wiley & Putnam, $c 1844]

500      $a Imprint supplied based on title page of host volume. Map has copyright statement "Entered ... in the year 1844 by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel Breese in the Clerk's Office of the Southern District of New York".

 (Comment: The imprint supplied using information found on the host item's t.p. is given in normalized form, not transcribed as it appears; providing the copyright statement from the map is optional)

Image (book): http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/wi92e9

Bib (book): http://lccn.loc.gov/rc01000175

Status: Used 3/20/13

MT: Use a single set of square brackets? DCRM(G) has each element in its own set of square brackets. 3/20/13

TF: I would. 3/20/13
MT: Revised to enclose each bracketed element in its own pair of brackets. 10/16/13 
MT: Would anyone actually use the phrase "host volume" in a note? 3/20/13

RB: In the example, shouldn't we be using the word "deposit" instead of "copyright"? Also, the apostrophe in the comment in straight, not curly. 6/6/13
MT: Fixed apostrophe. 7/9/13 
MT: I don't know the answer to the copyright/deposit terminology question. Maybe we should simply remove all mention of it? It certainly isn't needed to illustrate the rule. Could be:

260      $a [New York] : $b [Henry G. Langley] ; $a [London] : $b [Wiley & Putnam], $c [1844]

500      $a Imprint supplied based on title page of host volume. 

 (Comment: The supplied imprint is given in normalized form, not transcribed as it appears on the host item's t.p.)

MT: Deleted mention of the copyright statement; changed "title page of host item" in note to "book title page". 1/19/14


T3.5.3

500       ‡a In: Historisch-genealogischer Calender, oder, Jahrbuch der merkwürdigsten neuen Welt-Begebenheiten für 1784.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10252586~S1 

Image: http://dcrmc.pbworks.com/w/file/67519768/historisch.jpg

RB: The map has not been cataloged separately in this case, but it could! Bib record is for the host. 6/6/13

Status: Used 7/9/13


T3.6.2

(brief host item entry)

773  0   ‡a Gregg, Josiah, 1806-1850. ‡t Commerce of the prairies, or, The journal of a Santa Fé trader ‡w(OCoLC)702556451

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/702556451

Status: Used 1/19/14

 

(lengthier host item entry)

ǂ7 p0am ǂi Folding plate in: ǂa Strabo. ǂs Geography. Latin & Greek. ǂt Strabōnos Geōgraphikōn bibloi iz = Strabonis Rerum geographicarum libri XVII. ǂd [Geneva] : Excudebat Eustathius Vignon Atrebat, MDLXXXVII [1587] ǂw (OCoLC)4815407

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b20776622~S1
Status:

RB: Would we include the parallel title in 773? I have included it so far, but am unsure if that is correct or not. If kept, would "Rerum" be lowercase?

MT: I think we've said we'd give access points according to RDA. I know the 773 isn't an access point, but the $s is supposed to correspond to the uniform title used in the host item, and the host item would not have a uniform title in RDA; it would have two 700 fields, one with the uniform title for the Latin, the other with the uniform title for the Greek. So, I'm thinking maybe we shouldn't include the $s here. As for the parallel title in the $t, MARC21 suggests to me that we wouldn't include it (http://www.loc.gov/marc/bibliographic/bd76x78x.html) though it would look strange to me without it (esp. with no $s). Maybe we should look for a more straightforward example. 1/19/14

 

773 08 ǂ7 p1am ǂi Folded plate in: ǂa Leavenworth, Charles S. ǂt Loochoo Islands. ǂd Shanghai : "North-China Herald" Office, 1905. ǂg Facing p. 186 ǂw (OCoLC)1074229

Bib for host item: http://lccn.loc.gov/43036538

Image: http://www.baxleystamps.com/litho/meiji/loochoo_1905.shtml

Status: Used 1/19/14

MT: Not so long in terms of overall length, but has more subfields than in the brief example so hopefully it is good enough. In $i, DCRM(G) used "Folding plate"; I used "Folded plate" (which is what I tend to say) - is that okay? 1/19/14

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