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MRIs: Chapter 4

Manuscripts


Rule Interpretation
4.4

Revise to read:4.4. Production area

Record the the place , name and date of production for manuscripts..

[MARBI has added 264 2nd indicator 0 to MARC21 for "production".]

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4.4B1

Revise examples to read:

Exil / St.-J . Perse. -- [S.l.] : St.-J. Perse, 1941.

Correspondence / William Allen. -- Washington, D.C. : William Allen, 1821-1879.

Records / American Colonication Society. -- Washington, D.C.: American Colonization Society, 1816-1908.

Alice's adventures underground : a Christmas gift to a dear child in memory of a summer day / Lewis Carroll [Rev. C.L. Dodgson]. -- [London, England?] : Lewis Carroll, 1864.

Sonnet, to Genevra / [Lord Bron]. -- [London, England?] : [Lord Byron], 1813 December 1.

[MARBI introduced to MARC21 264 2nd indicator 0 for "production.]

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4.4B2

Revise example to read:

[Speech] Glasgow Labour Club / James Maxton. -- [Glascow, Scotland] : James Maxton., 1928 January.

Note: Delivered February 8 1928

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4.5B1

Revise fourth, fifth, eighth, eleventh, twelfth, fourteenth through sixteenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, and twenty-first, and twenty-third examples to read:

[4] pages

[4], 103 pages

[4], 20, 30 pages, bound

[2] pages on 1 leaf

[5] pages on 3 leaves

about 400 items

6 volumes

3 volumes (183 items)

3 ft. (about 2250 items)

6 ft. (75 volumes)

2 ft. (about 70 items, 12 bound)

15 ft. (12 boxes, about 1000 items)

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4.5C2

Revise examples to read:

30 pages : illustrations

[3], 20 leaves : vellum, illustrations, maps

30 pages : coloured illustrations

6 volumes : illustrations

3 volumes (183 items) : illustrations (some coloured)

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4.6

Reword to read:

4.6. SERIES AREA

4.6A. Do not use this area for manuscripts.

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4.7B1

Reword second sentence of first paragraph to read:

Use one of the following terms as appropriate:

holograph(s) (for manuscripts handwritten by the person(s) responsible for

the work(s) contained therein)


manuscript (for all other single handwritten manuscripts)

manuscripts (for two or more non-holographic manuscripts)

printout(s)

typescript(s)

Revise second example to read:

Manuscript

Revise second, third, and fourth examples following third paragraph to read:

Manuscript (photocopy, negative)

Manuscript, signed (photocopy)

Manuscripts (transcripts, handwritten)

Revise examples following fourth paragraph to read:

Manuscripts (some photocopies)

Manuscripts (transcripts, handwritten, and photocopies)

Manuscripts (photocopies, some negative)

Revise first example following fifth paragraph to read:

Manuscript (photocopy), original in the British Library Humanities and Social

Sciences

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4.7B10

Revise third and last examples to read:

Manuscript torn in half and rejoined

In case 20 x 24 cm

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4.7B11

Revise first and third examples to read:

Accompanied by autobiographical sketch (2 pages, holograph)

Envelope (holograph) with enclosure (4 pages on 2 leaves, holograph, signed)

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4.7B23

Revise third example following third paragraph to read:

Colour drawing of Jacob’s dream on leaf [23]*

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