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Related Fields


317 PROVENANCE NOTE

This field contains a note relating to the provenance of the item. It corresponds to the ISBD(A) Notes Relating to the Copy in Hand element in the Note area.

620 PLACE AND DATE OF PUBLICATION, PERFORMANCE, ETC.

This field contains access points for place of publication, production, etc., or place and date of performance or recording. It is not copy-specific: the information is valid for all copies of an edition or issue of an item.

702 PERSONAL NAME – SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITY

712 CORPORATE BODY NAME – SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITY

722 FAMILY NAME – SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITY

These fields may contain access points for former owners, donors, auctioneers, etc. When used in conjuction with fields 317 and 621 they must contain $4 Relator code and $5 Institution to which the field applies and preferably $6 Interfield Linking Data, especially if there is more than one provenance note for a specific copy.


Examples


EX 1: The $6 codes 01-02 below link the related fields.

Provenance notes:


317 ##$6b01$aSignature "Aymon", 17e siècle, au f. a2$5FR-FrLy: Rés Inc 233
317 ##$6b02$aEx libris ms. 16e siècle au titre d'Antoine Gérard. Ex-libris ms. 17e siècle au f. a2 du Collège de la Trinité des Jésuites de Lyon$5FR-FrLy: Rés Inc 501

Provenance place and date access points:


621 ##$aFrance$f16$5FR-FrLy: Rés Inc 233
621 ##$6b01$aFrance$f15$5FR-FrLy: Rés Inc 501
621 ##$6b02$aFrance$cRhône$dLyon$eCollège de la Sainte Trinité de la Compagnie de Jésus$f16$5FR-FrLy: Rés Inc 501

Personal and corporate name access points:


702 #1$6b01$aGérard$bAntoine$factif en 15--$4390$5FR-FrLy: Rés Inc 501
712 02$6b01$aCollège de la Sainte Trinité de la Compagnie de Jésus$cLyon$4390$5FR-FrLy: Rés Inc 501

EX 2: 317 ##$aInscription on fly-leaf: To Louisa, from E.W., with love, 25th March.


621 ##$fuuuu0325

Inscription shows a date without a year. There is no indication of place.

EX 3: 621 ##$6b01$aGreat Britain$bEngland$cHertfordshire$dWare$eWare Park
$5UK-WlAbNL: WingU124
621 ##$6b02$aGreat Britain$f17731227
621 ##$6b03$aGreat Britain$bWales$cGlamorgan$dPont-y-clun$eTal-y-garn$5UK-WlAbNL: WingU124

Personal name – secondary responsibility:

702 #1$6b01$aByde$bEdward$dd. 1712$4390$5UK-WlAbNL: WingU124
702 #1$6b02$aDimsdale$bThomas$cBaron$f1712-1800$4390$4320$5UK-WlAbNL: WingU124
702 #1$6b02$aZachary$bJohn$4390$5UK-WlAbNL: WingU124
702 #1$6b03$aClark$bGeorge Thomas$f1808-1898$4390$5UK-WlAbNL: WingU124

Coded fields for provenance data and associated secondary responsibility fields for a copy of Nicolai Vptoni De studio militari, libri quatuor. ... Londini, 1654, in National Library of Wales. Subfield $5 links all the copy-specific fields. Closely related data in the 621 and 702 fields are linked by $6 subfields. See 316 EX 15, 317 EX 10 and 702 EX 5.




626   TECHNICAL DETAILS ACCESS (ELECTRONIC RESOURCES) [OBSOLETE]

Field Definition


This field contains access points for types of computers, operating systems, and programming languages used for electronic resources. The access points may be used for on-line access or for selecting and arranging records for the production of printed indexes.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Make and Model of Machines

The type of machines on which the program will run. Not repeatable.

$b Programming Languages

The programming languages in which the software is written. Not repeatable.

$c Operating System

The name and version of the operating system needed to use the program. Not repeatable.

OBSOLETE: USE 337 WITH CONTROLLED VOCABULARY

Examples


EX 1: 626 ##$aIBM PC$bPascal$cDOS 1.1

An access point for a microcomputer software program intended to run on an IBM PC under DOS operating system version 1.1; it was written in the Pascal programming language.

EX 2: 626 ##$aApple II$cDOS 3.3

An access point for a microcomputer software program intended to run on an Apple II computer under DOS operating system version 3.3.




660   GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODE

Field Definition


This field contains an indication of the region covered by the work, in coded form, according to the Library of Congress geographic area codes.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable for each region indicated.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfield


$a Code

Geographic area code. 7 characters. Not repeatable. For codes see Appendix D.


Notes on Field Contents


The geographic area code was developed by the Library of Congress to facilitate retrieval of records by a geographic approach. The geographic area code is applied to an item when its text has a geographic orientation.

The coding scheme contains seven lower case alphabetic characters and/or hyphens and, as far as possible, provides a hierarchical breakdown of geographical and political entities.

When more than one geographic area code is assigned, each is entered in a separate field.

Related Fields


607 GEOGRAPHICAL NAME USED AS SUBJECT

The area code does not replace the geographical name used as subject, but may be included in the record in addition to it.


Examples


EX 1: 660 ##$an-us-md

A geographic area code for a book entitled Crabs in the United States, concentrating on the state of Maryland.

EX 2: 660 ##$ae-gx---

A geographic area code for a book entitled Popular songs of working class culture relating to Germany.

EX 3: 660 ##$aa-np---

A geographic area code for a book entitled Buddha and Buddhism about Buddhism in Nepal.

EX 4: 660 ##$an-uso--
660 ##$an-usm--

Geographic area codes for a book entitled Collection of steamboat records relating to steamboats operating in the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys concentrating on both the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Field 660 is repeated for code for each river.

EX 5: 660 ##$an-us---
660 ##$ae-fr---
660 ##$aa-ja---

Geographic area codes for a book entitled Comparative studies of national libraries relating to the United States, France, and Japan. Field 660 is repeated for each region.





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