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The Library World Volume 11 Issue 9

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 March 1909

Abstract

A classification scheme by its notation does not do more than locate the subject; therefore, after the books are classified according to the scheme adopted, a secondary arrangement must be provided for the shelves, whereby books in a given class may be arranged in some order to accelerate finding and to differentiate one book from another. There are several methods in vogue of so arranging books in a given class, but one's choice will be, to some extent, determined by the System of issue in use. The usual methods are by:—

Citation

(1909), "The Library World Volume 11 Issue 9", New Library World, Vol. 11 No. 9, pp. 325-364. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb008921

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MCB UP Ltd

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