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					 Naming: data value & content
Anglo-American cataloguing rules (AACR),
           Getty vocabularies,
    Library of Congress vocabularies

              Sherman Clarke
            New York University
            sherman.clarke@nyu.edu
                       AACR
pre-AACR – “old catalog heading” from LC authority file –
   example: New York (City). Museum of Modern Art
AACR1 – implemented ca. 1970, with practice of
   superimposition of headings
AACR2 – implemented 1981 – example: Museum of Modern
   Art (New York, N.Y.)
                               AACR

Part I: descriptive chapters on          Part II: choice of access points;
   books & rare books,                      headings for persons,
   cartographic materials,                  geographic names, corporate
   manuscripts & ms collections             bodies, uniform titles;
   [type of control], music, sound          references
   recordings, motion pictures &
   videos, graphic materials,
   electronic resources [type of         Appendices on capitalization,
   issuance], realia, serials [type of     abbreviations, numerals, and a
   issuance], analysis                     glossary and index
      Rules & rule interpretations (RIs)
AACR 24.18A – Enter a government agency subordinately to
  the name of the government is it belongs to one or more of
  the following types. …
Type 3. An agency with a name that is general in nature …

LCRI 24.18A. Type 3 – If a body is below the national level
  and its name does not fall into any other type under 24.18,
  enter it under the heading for the government unless either
  the name of the government is stated explicitly or is implied
  in the wording of the name or the name contains some other
  element tending to guarantee uniqueness (usually a proper
  noun or adjective). …
           Personal name headings from NAF,
                  according to AACR

Goldsworthy, Andy, 1956-
Stella, Frank
Apollonio di Giovanni, ca. 1415-1465
Henry, of Blois, Bishop of Winchester, ca. 1090-1171
Heinrich, von Freiberg, 13th cent.

Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929- [with references from Kennedy,
  Bouvier, Jackie, etc.]
           Corporate name headings from NAF,
                   according to AACR

Biennale di Venezia
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Italy. Soprintendenza alle gallerie di Bologna
Musée des beaux-arts de Calais
Bordeaux (France). Musée des beaux-arts
Henry & William Hutter (Firm)

La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art [name until late 1980s]
San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art [ca. 1990-1992]
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego [1992- ]
            Uniform title headings from NAF,
                  according to AACR

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. All’s well that ends well. Japanese
Bible. O.T. Psalms. Church Slavic
Catholic Church. Psalter (Canterbury psalter)
Catholic Church. Psalter (Cistercian : Ms. Library of Congress.
   BX2049.C5P7 1400z)
Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1475-1564. Florentine Pietà
    Art & architecture thesaurus (AAT)
Associated concepts facet             Materials facet
Physical attributes facet, e.g.       Objects facet, e.g. Object genres,
   Conditions and effects, Design       Components, Built
   elements, Color                      environment, Furnishings and
Styles and periods facet                equipment, Visual and verbal
Agents facet, e.g. People,              communication (including
   Organizations                        Information forms which
                                        includes document types)
Activities facet, e.g. Disciplines,
   Functions, Events, Processes
   and techniques
ID:NAFL79122680 ST:p EL:n STH:a MS:c UIP:a TD:20011130071418
KRC:a NMU:a CRC:c UPN:a SBU:a SBC:a DID:n DF:06-02-80
RFE:a CSC: SRU:b SRT:n SRN:n TSS:n TGA:? ROM:? MOD: LCT:
VST:d 12-03-01        Other Versions: earlier

010 n 79122680
035 (OCoLC)oca00354283
040 DLC$beng$cDLC$dDLC$dDLC-R$dOCoLC
053 0 PS3573.A76
100 1 Warhol, Andy,$d1928-
400 1 Warhola, Andrew,$d1928-
400 1 Warhol, Andrew,$d1928-
670 Pennsylvania. University. Institute of Contemporary Art.$bAndy Warhol,c1965.
670 His Warhol shadows, 1987:$bt.p. verso (Andy Warhol) p. 59 (d. 2/22/87)
670 Warhol, c1988:$bp. 5 (b. 10/28/30)
670 Tel. call to Leo Castelli Gallery, 8/28/87$b(Andy Warhol; b. 1930)
670 Tel. call to Andy Warhol Studio$b(Andy Warhol; b. 1928; the date is sometimes given as
1930, but it can't be verified)
670 His Andy Warhol, 1971:$bt.p. (Andy Warhol) p. 3 (Andrew Warhola II; b.Aug. 6, 1928;
date confirmed from 1945 school records in Pittsburgh)
670 Madrigal, M. Madrigal's magic key to Spanish, 1989:$bCIP t.p. (Andrew Warhol)
670 His Andi Wohoru isakuten, 1989:$bp. 111 (b. 6/6/29) p. 132 (d. 2/22/87)
ID:SAFL85112907 ST:p EL:n STH:a MS:c UIP:a TD:20030415093841
KRC:a NMU:b CRC:n UPN:n SBU:a SBC:a DID:i DF:01-31-03
RFE:b CSC: SRU:b SRT:n SRN:n TSS:n TGA:? ROM:? MOD: LCT:
VST:d 05-02-03        Other Versions: earlier

010 sh 85112907
040 DLC$cDLC$dNNU
150 Repeat photography
450 Rephotography
550 $wg$aPhotography
670 The Focal encyclopedia of photography, c1993$b(repeat photography: the
making of photographs that duplicate the subject and the camera position used for
photographs made at an earlier time with the objective of revealing changes that have
taken place or revealing similarities and the absence of change)
670 ARTbibliographies modern, Jan. 3, 2003$b(hdg.: Rephotography)
670 Google, Jan. 3, 2003$b(repeat photography, rephotography)
                    “The Louvre”
The museum in NAF =                The building in SAF =
  Musée du Louvre                    Louvre (Paris, France)

SUBJECT USAGE: This heading        Here are entered works on the
  is used for works on the            Louvre palace. Works on the
  museum housed within the            museum housed within this
  Louvre palace. Works on the         building are entered under the
  building are entered under the      name heading |a Musée du
  subject heading Louvre (Paris,      Louvre.
  France).
        Thesaurus for graphic materials
             LC Prints & Photographs Division
             http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/tgm1/

LCTGM I                             LCTGM II
topical terms                       genre terms
                                    1st ed. entitled: Descriptive Terms
Women's suffrage--United States--       for Graphic Materials: Genre
                                        and Physical Characteristic
   1910-1920.
                                        Headings (coded gmgpc)

                                    Set design drawings--1940-1950.
               Personal names
AACR: heading control, not complete
 biography or consistency of inclusion;
 access point related to description; MARC
 coding; one preferred form
Goldsworthy, Andy, 1956-
Stella, Frank
Apollonio di Giovanni, ca. 1415-1465
Henry, of Blois, Bishop of Winchester, ca. 1090-1171
Heinrich, von Freiberg, 13th cent.
    Elements of personal name heading

NAF heading
100 1# $a Goldsworthy, Andy, $d 1956-

personal name = Andy Goldsworthy
type of name = personal; entered under surname
date of birth = 1956

additional information from authority record:
place of birth = Cheshire, England
nothing about profession on authority record
                  Corporate names
AACR: heading, not consistency of inclusion of
 qualifiers, etc.; access point related to
 description; MARC coding; one preferred form
Biennale di Venezia
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Italy. Soprintendenza alle gallerie di Bologna
Musée des beaux-arts de Calais
Bordeaux (France). Musée des beaux-arts
Henry & William Hutter (Firm)
              Geographic names

AACR: heading, but relative   TGN:
  consistency                 Paris (inhabited place) 
Paris (France)                  Ville de Paris,
Paris (Tex.)                    Département de
                                (department)  Ile-de-
                                France (region)  France
Ohio River Valley               (nation)  Europe
                                (continent)  World
                                (facet (hierarchical))
                              LCSH
Preferred order of subdivisions: topical,
  geographical, chronological, form
Disciplines vary
Precoordinated strings
Architecture – United States – 20th century.
Landscape painting, Dutch – Italian influences – Catalogs.
Furniture, Ancient – Italy – Herculaneum (Extinct city)
                      FAST
       Faceted Application of Subject Terminology

LCSH (1 heading)             FAST (3 headings)
Slavery – United States      Slavery (Topical)
– Fiction                    United States
                               (Geographic)
                             Fiction (Form)
                           AAT
$a Chromolithographs
$b American $a landscape architects
$a Architectural drawings $x American
$b Glass $a buildings $z Great Britain $z England $z London
   $y 1850-1940
$a Acetate film $x 8mm $x Super 8
$b Arts and crafts $b hammered $b pierced $b stamped $b
   copper $a jardinieres [stamped = adjectival form of
   “stamping (forming)” or “stamping (marking)”]

N.B. $a is noun or central term; $b, etc used for adjective(s) or
  modifier(s)
LC NAF & SAF
http://authorities.loc.gov

LCTGM I (topical terms) & II (genre terms)
http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/tgm1/
http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/tgm2/

Getty
http://www.getty.edu/research/tools/vocabulary

				
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