Give as a title added entry probably means record it as a 730 or 740 added
entry, not as a variant title for the individual volumes.
Adam L. Schiff
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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 in
> England (OCLC #14107156) has "Harveian oration, 1895" on the cover, so I
> could put that on as a 246. But now I'm doing one from the 18th century,
> 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 and
> go back over our many 19th- and 20th-century examples and add it to all
> of them?
> I wonder if the person who created that authority didn't realize earlier
> ones were in Latin.
> Ted Gemberling
> UAB Lister Hill Library