Thanks Kate! It was an RDA Toolkit user malfunction that I didn't find
it. I did a keyword search on the word "chapter" and looked on the
results screen for anything from chapter 11 and I didn't find it. The
problem was that I didn't notice that there were more than 25 results and
I had to continue to look at later results. I also tried "lodge" as a
keyword search and got nothing. And there was no link in AACR2 24.9 in
RDA Toolkit, to RDA 18.104.22.168.
That takes care of the addition of local place if the corporate body is
subordinate. But it still is NOT clear if a body such as "Leif Erikson
Lodge No. 1" fits any of the categories in RDA for subordinate entry. The
name is not "general in nature" (22.214.171.124.3) and it is not clear to us
that it "SIMPLY [emphasis added] indicates a geographic, chronological, or
numbered or lettered subdivision of a parent body." There's nothing in
the LCC-PC PSs like there is in LCRI 24.9 that tells us that subordinate
entry should be done in all these cases.
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On Fri, 24 Oct 2014, James, Kate wrote:
> Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 16:43:45 -0400
> From: "James, Kate" <[log in to unmask]>
> Reply-To: Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: Re: Subordinate or not: fraternal organization chapters
> The equivalent of AACR2 24.9 is within 126.96.36.199, and can be quickly
> found by doing an advanced search for the phrase "chapter, branch".
> See the part of 188.8.131.52 below the Optional Addition:
> a chapter, branch, etc., is recorded as a subdivision of a higher body (see 184.108.40.206)
> it carries out the activities of the higher body in a particular locality
> the name of the locality is not already part of the name of the chapter, branch, etc.
> add the name of the locality.
> Knights Templar (Masonic order). Grand Commandery (Ohio)
> Knights Templar (Masonic order). DeWitt Clinton Commandery No. 1 (Virginia City, Nev.)
> Knights Templar (Masonic order). Boston Encampment
> not Knights Templar (Masonic order). Boston Encampment (Boston, Mass.)
> Kate James
> Policy and Standards Division
> Library of Congress
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> Subject: [PCCLIST] Subordinate or not: fraternal organization chapters
> AACR2 24.9 has no equivalent in RDA:
> If a chapter, branch, etc., entered subordinately (see 24.13), carries out the activities of a corporate body in a particular locality or within a particular institution, add the name of the locality or institution, unless it is part of the name of the chapter, branch, etc.
> The LCRI for it says:
> The rule is for any type of organization that covers a large geographic area in which chapters, branches, etc., are necessary for local activities of the membership. These chapters, branches, etc., can normally be recognized in two ways:
> 1) The organization is a fraternal one;
> 2) The designation of every chapter, branch, etc., includes a generic term that is either one traditionally used for such ("post," "lodge,"
> etc.) or an imaginative innovation to convey the same sense ("valley,"
> "stake," etc.).
> Consider the presence of any of these generic designations used for presumably all the chapters, branches, etc., as sufficient reason for subordinate entry in all cases.
> American Legion. William Peck Post No. 279 (Minneapolis, Minn.) Grand Army of the Republic. St. Paul Camp No. 1 Scottish Rite (Masonic order). Valley of Minneapolis Vasa Order of America. Carl XVI Gustav Lodge 716 (Dallas, Tex.)
> None of this has been carried over in RDA or LC-PCC PS.
> The only relevant RDA instruction that seems to apply is 220.127.116.11.3:
> Apply the instructions at 18.104.22.168 to a name that is general in nature (e.g., contains neither distinctive proper nouns or adjectives, nor subject words) or that simply indicates a geographic, chronological, or numbered or lettered subdivision of a parent body.
> We recently had to set up a body called Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1. It's a lodge within the Sons of Norway. It's not clear to us that "Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1" SIMPLY indicates a numbered subdivision of a parent body.
> "Lodge No. 1" would we think. But does "Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1"? As best we can determine there are many other Leif Erikson Lodges within Sons of Norway, but no other numbered No. 1. So the question is, which is the correct RDA result:
> Sons of Norway (U.S.). Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1 (Seattle, Wash.)
> Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1
> Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1 (Seattle, Wash.)
> Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1 (Sons of Norway (U.S.))
> or something else?
> If the answer is as we did it in AACR2 (the first result given above), then there's nothing in RDA or a policy statement that says to add the local place name as a qualifier unless it's part of the name. Don't we need a policy statement if we want to continue to get the same result as we did in AACR2?
> I searched OCLC authorities for RDA fraternal lodges and did not find any that were established differently than we were doing in AACR2. That implies that catalogers are not really applying RDA as written but simply carrying over their knowledge of AACR2 and the LCRI for 24.9.
> Adam L. Schiff
> Principal Cataloger
> University of Washington Libraries
> Box 352900
> Seattle, WA 98195-2900
> (206) 543-8409
> (206) 685-8782 fax
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