Widener Library Shelflists, 15 Periodical Classes (No. 15) ebook
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A library shelflist is a record of the by computerized photocomposition tech . 15. Periodical Classes. 758 p. 25,685 titles.
A library shelflist is a record of the by computerized photocomposition tech-. After each class and its corresponding classification schedule have been con-verted to machine readable form, a three-part catalog of the holdings in the class is published in the Widener Li-brary Shelflist series. The first part con-tains the classification schedule and a list of the entries in the class in call number (. classification) sequence with subclass headings (derived by pro-gram from the machine readable classi-fication schedule) interspersed through-out the list.
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