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Examples Found (Appendix H: Individual and Special Issues of Serials)

Page history last edited by Manon Theroux 10 years ago

Examples of cartographic serials not used:

 

Serial map service (1939-1946)

Bib for the serial: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/5904402

Bib for the serial: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15456828~S1

 

The monthly newsmap

Bib for the serial: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b14960266~S1
Bib for first issue: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/741690956 


Newsmap (serial)

 

Newsmap (individual Issues):

MT: How would one of these be cataloged and which rule would it illustrate? I had a hard time even deciding if they have distinctive titles or not.

TF: I would assume a distinctive title would be one other than the series title, as H2.3.1. instructs you to transcribe the series title when there is no distinctive title. The verso of many of these Newsmaps have distinctive titles; I have one in hand where the title "Mindanao, Philippine Islands" is clearly the main title and in larger font than Newsmap. But Newsmap is clearly the main title on the other side of the sheet. 10/18/13

Image (verso): http://www.flickr.com/photos/58619319@N08/5704253629/

Image (recto): http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc905/

MT: What I find confusing is knowing when the non-Newsmap title is the title of the issue and when it is the title of one of the maps or an article in the issue. 5/5/14

 

MT: Here is an image of a Newsmap issue and an LC bib record for that issue. The cataloging doesn't really match anything in Appendix H:

Image: http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc817/m1/1/zoom/

Bib: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010594452

 

More examples of bibs for individual issues from Todd:

Single sheet

Single sheet 


H2.3. Issues without distinctive titles

245  10  ‡a Maps of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. ‡n October, 1853.

Image for issue (on left): http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/18564/lot/4347/

Bib (for serial): http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15854947~S1

Status: Used 5/4/14

 

245  00  ‡a Cartactual : ‡b topical map service = service des cartes actuelles = aktueller Kartendienst. ‡n No. 10, vol. 3, 1967.

Image for issue: https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/kent-csi/vol12i3/images/v12i3a05p_Picture2.jpg/image.jpg

Bib for the serial (1965-1993): http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15456806~S1

Web page with info about the serial: https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/kent-csi/vol12i3/html/v12i3a05p_0001.htm

Status: Used 5/4/14

 

245  10  ‡a Newsmap for the armed forces. ‡p 245th week of the war, 127th week of U.S. participation. ‡n Monday, May 22, 1944. Week of May 11 to May 18. Volume III, no. 5.

Bib for serial: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/191715656

Image: http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p9539coll1/id/12434

Status: Used 5/5/14

MT: At first I wasn't sure if this had a distinctive title ("The war fronts"). But the IU website referenced above tells us that "The war fronts" was the name of a recurring article that appeared in each issue for a period of time, so I'm fairly certain this is an example of an issue without a distinctive title. 5/5/14

MT: Not sure if I've done the $n and $p coding correctly. The $n comes from the bottom of the recto of the sheet. One thing that gave me trouble especially is the "no.5". The problem is that the number of the recto of the sheet is actually 5F and the number on the verso is actually 5B. I assume the F=front and the B=back. I'm thinking that is the kind of detail that could be relegated to a note. 5/5/14

MT: One thing that needs more research: Is the name of the serial actually "Newsmap" or "Newsmap for the armed forces"? If the former, then "for the armed forces" should probably be coded $b. But they could be two different (related) serials. 5/5/14

 

245 04     $a Newsmap Southwest Pacific. $n Vol. 2, no. 11 (15 Sept. 1944).

Image (recto)

Image (verso)

Status: 

TF: ... "Newsmap Southwest Pacific" is really the only title so I suppose this could fall under the rule H2.3.1. [is the date recorded correctly? who is a serial cataloger here?]

MT: Or is "Southwest Pacific" the distinctive title and "Newsmap" the name of the serial? Many of the other examples on this page have only "Newsmap" as the title. But maybe "Newsmap Southwest Pacific" is its own serial, I don't know. 5/5/14

MT: An update. This issue does appear to be from a different serial than the "Newsmap" examples cited elsewhere on this page (that serial was published from 1942-1945, or 1946, depending on which source you cite). Todd's map is published by "Information and Education Section USAFFE" (USAFFE=United States Armed Forces Far East).

- Yale has this serial record:

Title: South-west Pacific newsmap

Publisher: Information Section, USAFFE (USAFFE=United States Armed Forces, Far East). Note: the 1xx main entry appears to be incorrect.

Dates: v. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1944)-v. 3, no. 15 (13 Apr. 1945).

http://neworbis.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=5937017

- Berkeley has this record (it's a multipart monograph record rather than a serial record):

Title: South Pacific Newsmap

Publisher: Information Branch, Information-Education Sec., Hq. SOPACBACOM (SOPABACOM=South Pacific Base Command)

Dates: 1944- (no end date given; holdings 1944-1945)

http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10705355~S1

I guess they are two different serials (south vs. southwest) but similar. In the 245 in Todd's individual issue example, the 245 $n should just be transcribed as found, so what he has done there looks correct to me. Not sure about the 245 $a though - should it be "Southwest Pacific newsmap"? The words "Southwest Pacific" appear superimposed on top of the word "Newsmap" so I'm thinking maybe you're supposed to read them first (plus it would match the order in the titles of the Yale and Berkeley serial records). 5/10/14


H3.2. Issues with distinctive titles

100  1   ‡a Parker, Mary Combs.

245  14  ‡a The Maquoketa Formation (Upper Ordovician) in Iowa / ‡c by Mary Combs Parker.

490  1    ‡a Miscellaneous map series / Iowa Geological Survey ; ‡v 1

830      0  ‡a Miscellaneous map series (Iowa Geological Survey) ; ‡v 1.

Bib: http://clio.columbia.edu/catalog/10514989/librarian_view

Image: ftp://ftp.igsb.uiowa.edu/igspubs/pdf/MMS-01.pdf

Status: Used 5/5/14

 

100  1   ‡a Ashbaugh, Lewis E.

245  10  ‡a Colorado mineral production in 1929 : ‡b also indicating some of the development work actually in progress during the year and various leading potential resources / ‡c prepared by Lewis E. Ashbaugh, consulting engineer ; compiled from official federal and state sources ; issued by the Colorado Association.

490  1   ‡a Mineral age ; ‡v volume 20, number 11, November 1935

830   0  ‡a Mountain States mineral age (Denver, Colo. : 1931) ; ‡v v. 20, no. 11.

Bib: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/8302172

Status: Used 5/5/14

MT: I found no image. I'm not sure about the uniform title in the 830 field. I found one serial record with city and year in the qualifier as above and one with only the year as the qualifier. Needs more research. 5/5/14

MT: Apparently, another serial was issued in Denver with the same title from 1919-1930. RDA 6.27.19 basically says to use judgment when adding qualifiers to resolve conflicts. I'm thinking this 830 is probably fine as is. 5/9/14


H3.3. Issues without distinctive titles

110  2   ‡a American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.

245  10  ‡a Maps of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. ‡n October, 1853.

810  2   ‡a American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. ‡t Maps of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions ; ‡v 1853 Oct.

Image for issue (on left): http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/18564/lot/4347/

Bib (for serial): http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15854947~S1

Status: Used 5/4/14

 

245  00  ‡a Cartactual : ‡b topical map service = service des cartes actuelles = aktueller Kartendienst. ‡n No. 10, vol. 3, 1967.

830   0  ‡a Cartactual ; ‡v no. 10.

Image for issue: https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/kent-csi/vol12i3/images/v12i3a05p_Picture2.jpg/image.jpg

Bib for the serial (1965-1993): http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15456806~S1

Web page with info about the serial: https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/kent-csi/vol12i3/html/v12i3a05p_0001.htm

Status: Used 5/4/14

MT: I'm not sure if the 8xx $v is correct. It looks like the serial started out as a quarterly, with no. 1-4 called v. 1 (corresponding to 1965), no. 5-8 called v.2 (corresponding to 1966), no.9-12 called v. 3 (corresponding to 1967), etc. This made me think that the number alone was sufficient to distinguish the issues, but it has been a long time since I looked at the relevant rules. 5/5/14

 

245  10  ‡a Newsmap for the armed forces. ‡p 245th week of the war, 127th week of U.S. participation. ‡n Monday, May 22, 1944. Week of May 11 to May 18. Volume III, no. 5.

830   0  ‡a Newsmap for the armed forces ; ‡v v. 3, no. 5.

Bib for serial: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/191715656

Image: http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p9539coll1/id/12434

Status: Used 5/5/14

MT: Not sure if I've done the $n and $p coding correctly. The $n comes from the bottom of the recto of the sheet. One thing that gave me trouble especially is the "no.5". The problem is that the number of the recto of the sheet is actually 5F and the number on the verso is actually 5B. I assume the F=front and the B=back. I'm thinking that is the kind of detail that could be relegated to a note. 5/5/14


H3.4. Issue numbering 

H3.4.1. General rule. 

245  00  ‡a Cartactual : ‡b topical map service = service des cartes actuelles = aktueller Kartendienst. ‡n No. 10, vol. 3, 1967.

830   0  ‡a Cartactual ; ‡v no. 10.

Image for issue: https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/kent-csi/vol12i3/images/v12i3a05p_Picture2.jpg/image.jpg

Bib for the serial (1965-1993): http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15456806~S1

Web page with info about the serial: https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/kent-csi/vol12i3/html/v12i3a05p_0001.htm

Status: Used 5/4/14

MT: Or would one of the other examples be better? 5/5/14


H3.4.2. Chronological designation only. 

110  2   ‡a American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.

245  10  ‡a Maps of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. ‡n October, 1853.

810  2   ‡a American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. ‡t Maps of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions ; ‡v 1853 Oct.

Image for issue (on left): http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/18564/lot/4347/

Bib (for serial): http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15854947~S1

Status: Used 5/4/14

MT: It would be nice to have an example with a day as well but this will have to do for now. 5/5/14


H4. Relating special issues to the serial as a whole 

 

H4.2  Special issues outside the numbering of a serial

100  1    ‡a Tamsma, Robert.

245  14  ‡a The Netherlands in one hundred maps / ‡c by R. Tamsma.

500        ‡a "TESG special issue, Journal of economic and social geography."

730  0    ‡a Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie.

Bib: http://lccn.loc.gov/79306689

Status: Used 5/11/14

MT: Two similar titles are "The Netherlands in maps" (1994) and "The Netherlands in fifty maps" (1988). Each of these three special issues contains reprints of maps appearing in the journal over a certain period of time. 5/11/14

 

100  1   ‡a Basque, Garnet.

245  10  ‡a British Columbia ghost town atlas / ‡c Garnet Basque.

500        ‡a "The history of the Canadian West, special issue"‑‑Cover.

730  0    ‡a History of the Canadian West. 

Bib: http://lccn.loc.gov/85164730

Status: Used 5/5/14

MT: We'd probably be okay with just this one example in H4.2, so I'll delete the need for a second example. We can always add another if we find it. 5/5/14

 

245  14  ‡a The cerographic Bible atlas / by Sidney E. Morse, A.M.

500        ‡a "Quarterly supplement to the New York observer".

730  0    ‡a New York observer (New York, N.Y.). ‡p Supplement.

Bib (1844): http://lccn.loc.gov/map46000374

Image (1846): https://www.raremaps.com/gallery/detail/33074/The_Cerographic_Bible_Atlas_5_maps/Morse-Breese.html

Status:

MT: Does this work? I saw no instructions for supplements. Maybe a supplement is not considered a special issue of a serial? 5/16/13

MT: Consulted with S editors and read CONSER Cataloging Manual. A supplement and a special issue are two different things, so we can't use this one. 5/5/14

 

245 10 $a Portuguese expansion and discovery, 1415-1600 / $c produced by History today in conjunction with its special issue of June 1986 marking the 600th anniversary of the Anglo-Portuguese alliance ; designer, Colin Barker ; editorial consultant, Helen Wallis.

Bib: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/6325300

Link to page for the individual issue: 
http://www.historytoday.com/archive/history-today/1986/volume-36-issue-6

Status:

MT: I found this but it probably doesn't work because the map by itself is not the special issue, it was produced "in conjunction" with the special issue. The cover image for the issue says that the map is "free inside" - most of the issue consists of articles. 5/5/14


H4.3. Special issues within the numbering of a serial

100  1    ‡a Ito, Hajime, ‡c Dr.

245  10  ‡a Sea ice atlas of northern Baffin Bay = ‡b Meereis-Atlas der nördliche Baffin-Bay = Atlas des glaces en mer de la partie nord de la Baie de Baffin / ‡c Hajime Ito.

490  1   ‡a Special issue of "Zürcher geographische Schriften" ; ‡v no. 7 (ZGS 7)

830   0  ‡a Zürcher geographische Schriften ; ‡v Heft 7.

Bibs: 
http://madcat.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=645101

http://lccn.loc.gov/83234434

Status: Used 5/5/14

MT: I can't find an image but I checked LC's copy. Series statements appear on both the t.p. and on the cover. Of those two sources, we are supposed to prefer the t.p. so that's what I've used for the transcription in the 490 field. In the 830 field, I used the "Heft" numbering specified in the series authority record. The series on the cover simply appears as "Zürcher geographische Schriften 7". 5/9/14


H5. Relating separately published monographs to the serial as a whole

100  1   ‡a Ashbaugh, Lewis E.

245  10  ‡a Colorado mineral production in 1929 : ‡b also indicating some of the development work actually in progress during the year and various leading potential resources / ‡c prepared by Lewis E. Ashbaugh ...

500      ‡a Also published as Mountain States mineral age, v. 20, no. 11 (Nov. 1935)

730   0  ‡a Mountain States mineral age (Denver, Colo. : 1931)

Bib: http://roger.ucsd.edu:80/record=b4510106~S9

Status: Used 5/10/14

MT: No image found. Apparently this map was first issued as a monograph, c1930, by the Colorado Association, and later published as an issue of the serial "Mountain States mineral age". We have the latter as an example under H3.2. I'd feel better about these if I could verify the transcriptions, but this example in particular proved very hard to find. 5/10/14

 

MT: Deleted need for more than 1 example. 5/10/14


H6. Linking records for individual issues to the serial record

773  0   ‡a American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. ‡t Maps of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. ‡g 1853 Oct.

Image for issue (on left): http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/18564/lot/4347/

Bib (for serial): http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15854947~S1

Status: Used 5/4/14

 

773  0   ‡t Cartactual. ‡g No. 10

Image for issue: https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/kent-csi/vol12i3/images/v12i3a05p_Picture2.jpg/image.jpg

Bib for serial: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b15456806~S1

Status: Used 5/4/14

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