A NAR has two authors confused, and I'm in the process of differentiating them. The existing record is "undifferentiated" but only in the sense that two people are represented on it. Name: (008/32) is coded a. The 670 fields are not formulated for an undifferentiated situation.
Would you put:
667 Formerly on undifferentiated record:
667 Formerly on:
I ask because of an automated process that makes use of the term undifferentiated in 667 fields. I'd like that process to pick up on the record I create. Otherwise, use of the term is strictly speaking incorrect.
I've included the existing record below. The author of the titles in 670/2-3 (apparently an architect in Arizona) is not the one for which the
record was originally created, but (sigh) I get to create a new record for the original person, not the interloper.
Thanks - Ian
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010 n 86812356 ǂz n 2001006058
040 DLC ǂb eng ǂc DLC ǂd DLC
1001 Fuller, Stephen S.
4001 Fuller, Stephen ǂq (Stephen S.)
670 nuc86-20436: His Federal purchases in the Washington ... c1984 ǂb (hdg. on DGW rept.: Fuller, Stephen S.; usage: Stephen S. Fuller)
670 The Continental collection, c1992: ǂb 1st prelim. p. (Stephen S. Fuller)
670 Fuller, Stephen. Elements of style, c2000: ǂb t.p. (Stephen Fuller)