This is a good example why everything like this should go to [log in to unmask]
That address is checked daily. With Paul Frank is on leave for a week and me not feeling very chipper of late, it could be a while if you send this anywhere else.
Your example, on the face of it, looks suspiciously like an unrealized earlier-later situation ...
>>> "Bob Hall" <[log in to unmask]> 9/4/2009 11:22 AM >>>
I hope all is well with you.
Who is my Concord NACO contact? I think it is Paul
Frank, and I will CC him in this email, If he isn't can you forward
this to the appropriate person?
As you know I am
also a cataloger at MIT. We are going to be a NACO library soon
(yippie). Until then, I have a question.
Here at MIT, I am working with the Database Manager to clean-up our local
database. We sent our entire database to LTI. It came back with
several (ca. 12-15) authority records that were problems. Most of them
were 4xx headings conflicting with 1xx headings. I will cut and past
one to show you.
My question is:
Should I report them to you, my NACO contact (in the form of cutting
and pasting said records as I did below?), [log in to unmask]
[http://www.loc.gov/help/contact-libarch-report.html] ? If I
had the pieces in front of me, I could fix these records, but unfortunately,
I do not have that luxury.
Thank you, and enjoy
the long weekend. Have you plans? Ugggh, Lot of patrol duty for me
this weekend. Oh well, "low man of the totem pole" thing. At
least John and I went to the Adirondacks last weekend for a lovely four-day
vacationette. Hope to see you in Boston. Ana, Williamson and
Mitchell are working on hotels so I'll probably be staying with them at
least part of the time. I live ca. 70 miles west, so it's not always
convenient to pahty until midnight, dirve home and have to be at a CC:DA
meeting the following morning at 0800 ... LOL!
was just talking to the Database Manager (Beth Brennan) about my NACO
training ... and freaked out ... OMIGAWD: I was down there in April
1995 and trained with Joe K., Jerry Wager and Dave Reser!
Enjoy. Please say hi to all.
The second 410 ...
b eng c CSmH
1102 Lockwood and Co.
4102 Lockwood & Co.
4102 Crosby Lockwood
670 Grant, A.H. The literature and curiosities of
dreams, 1869: b t.p. (Lockwood and Co., 7 Stationers'-Hall Court,
670 Brown, P.A.H. London publishers and printers, c.
1800-1870, 1982: b p. 116 (Lockwood (Crosby) & Co., 7 Stationers Hall
Ct., active 1859-1887)
670 OCLC, March 17, 2003 b (usage:
Lockwood and Co.)
... conflicts with this
040 OrU b eng c OrU d CSmH d OCoLC
1102 Crosby Lockwood &
4102 Crosby Lockwood and Co.
5102 Crosby Lockwood and Son
670 The rudiments of masonry ... 1878: b t.p. (Crosby
Lockwood & Co.)
670 RLIN, 9/7/94 b (hdgs.: Crosby Lockwood
& Co.; Crosby Lockwood and Co.; usages: Crosby Lockwood & Co.;
Crosby Lockwood and Co.)
670 OCLC, 10/6/94 b (hdg.: Crosby
Lockwood & Co. (London, England); usage: Crosby Lockwood & Co.)
670 Davidson, E.A. A practical manual of house-painting, graining,
marbling and sign-writing, 1888: b t.p. (London: Crosby Lockwood and Son,
7, Stationers' Hall Court, Ludgate Hill)
Robert C.W. Hall, Jr.
Technical Services Associate Librarian
Concord Free Public Library, Concord, MA 01742
978-318-3343 -- FAX:
978-318-3344 -- http://www.concordlibrary.org/
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