|Statement||by J. C. M. Hanson|
|Series||The University of Chicago studies in library science|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 144 p.|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||39027493|
Get this from a library! A comparative study of cataloging rules based on the Anglo-American code of with comments on the rules and on the prospects for a further extension of international agreement and co-operation,. [J C M Hanson]. Catalog rules: author and title entries (American Library Association, ) A comparative study of cataloging rules based on the Anglo-American code of (University of Chicago Press, ) A Norwegian bibliographer and his latest work. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, v, pt () p. Alma mater: Luther College, Concordia . J. C. M. Hanson has written: 'A comparative study of cataloging rules based on the Anglo-American code of ' -- subject(s): Rules, Cataloging, Descriptive cataloging Asked in Authors, Poets. An important publishing event occurred in when the University of Chicago Press published Hanson’s Comparative Study of Cataloging Rules Based on the Anglo-American Code of , which summarized the points of agreement and disagreement between nineteen codes in nine languages. Along with this significant work, Hanson also was the author.
Full text of "Anglo-American cataloguing rules" See other formats. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. ALA Rules (2nd definitive edition, ) The edition was criticised for being too detailed and complex, and in A.L.A. Cataloging Rules for Author and Title Entries was published. This edition contained only rules for entry and heading. American alternative rules in the code were reflected in the code. The Genesis of the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules The Genesis of the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules MAXWELL, MARGARET F. by MARGARET F. MAXWELL The roots of the code of cataloging rules now in use by libraries, the AngloAmerican Cataloging Rules of , go deep, at least to and Anthony Panizzi's famed ninety-one rules for the cataloging of works at the British .