The way you handle this is to replace the subfield delimiter with a dash (two hyphens):
372 Real property--Valuation $2 lcsh
Hope that helps,
North Caroliniana Cataloger
Special Collections Technical Services
CB#3926, Wilson Library
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Long time lurker here. I’ve been in a confusing situation a couple of times already that I could use some help with. What if there’s an awesome LCSH that I want to use for a corporate body NAR in the 372 (field of activity), but the heading has a subfield x? Right now I’m working on an authority record for a board of real estate assessors, and the heading I want to use in the 372 is Real property ǂx Valuation (sh 85111745.) Is there a way to shove all that into the subfield a and still call it an LC heading? Should I go looking for a more appropriate controlled vocabulary? Skip the field altogether? Eat some cookies? I hope I’m not missing something really simple.
Thanks in advance,
Department of Technology, Content and Innovation
Chicago Public Library
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