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(no subject) GMCMILLA@VTVM1.BITNET 11 Apr 1991 15:44 UTC

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               <SERIALST@UVMVM.BITNET> From: Caitlin Robinson 5-9049
 <CADCAITS@UIAMVS.BITNET> Subject: ANSI Holdings To: Charles Litchfield
               Gail McMillan <GMCMILLA@VTVM1.BITNET>,
               "MISSYO@VTVM1 Melissa Wilson Obenhaus" <MISSYO@VTVM1.BITNET>,
               Robert Pillow <PILLOW@VTVM1.BITNET>,
               Marilyn Norstedt <SWEDE@VTVM1.BITNET>

 This is a real nitty gritty question related to application of the draft ANSI
 Format for Non-Serial Holdings...a warning to those faint of heart.

 We are using this draft standard in our online holdings records for
 continuations (as opposed to serials) Examples include looseleaf services,
 treatises with supplementation, etc.

 We recently received a volume containing two "non-contiguous" code titles,
 e.g., Title 10 and Title 13. We know that two bibl. units bound in a single
 physical unit is recorded Title 10/13 and that a run of titles (or volumes)
 each in a single physical unit are recorded Title 10-13 (compressed) BUT WHAT
 DO WE DO WITH THIS? The standard does not provide direct guidance, unless I am
 missing it. We have elected to record the volume in this manner but would
 welcome any better suggestions:

              Title 1-9 Title 10 13 Title 14-22

 Thanks, and don't ask why we are applying this draft standard, its a long

 Caitlin Robinson, Head Technical Services and Automated Systems, University of
 Iowa Law Library.

 We would add Title 10 and Title 13 on separate lines (two 863s or two 866s).
 Either way, each line would get a $z 'bound with' note.

 Gail McMillan (gmcmilla@VTVM1)
 Serials Cataloging, University Libraries
 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University