Thanks, but what would be the advantage of doing that over a 4XX?
Actually, I can see one right away, that for an SAR you ordinarily like
to specify publishers, and the Harveian orations have been published by
many people over the centuries. The current SAR lists Smith, Elder, &
Co., but I doubt that many of them were really published by that
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Give as a title added entry probably means record it as a 730 or 740
entry, not as a variant title for the individual volumes.
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On Mon, 20 Oct 2008, Ted P Gemberling wrote:
> I ran into a bit of a conundrum. For Harveian oration, the series
> authority record says "give as a title added entry." I assumed that
> meant that you didn't set it up as a 4XX, but just used the phrase
> "Harveian oration" from somewhere on the piece. So far that has worked
> for me, because normally, though "Harveian oration" may not be on the
> t.p., it will be on the cover. So for example, The rise of physiology
> England (OCLC #14107156) has "Harveian oration, 1895" on the cover, so
> could put that on as a 246. But now I'm doing one from the 18th
> and that early, they were usually in Latin, so that phrase will not
> occur anywhere on the piece. Do I need to create a series authority
> go back over our many 19th- and 20th-century examples and add it to
> of them?
> I wonder if the person who created that authority didn't realize
> ones were in Latin.
> Ted Gemberling
> UAB Lister Hill Library