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Symbols of American libraries / Library of Congress, Union Catalog Division, Processing Department.

Previous Title: Symbols used in the National Union Catalog of the Library of Congress
Language(s): English
Published: Washington : Library of Congress, 1969-1992.
Subjects: Libraries.
Libraries > Canada > Abbreviations > Periodicals.
Libraries > United States > Abbreviations > Periodicals.
United States.
Directory.
Abbreviations.
Note: Vols. for 1996- published as: USMARC code list for organizations.
14th ed. includes symbols approved for use as the USMARC code list for organizations.
Symbols used in the National union catalog of the Library of Congress.
Vols. for 1969 compiled by: Union Catalog Division; 1976-1980 compiled and edited by: Catalog Publication Division; 1985 by: Catalog Management and Publication Division; 1992 by: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service.
Physical Description: 5 v. ; 27 cm.
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