From checking in LC’s home database: That resource has not been withdrawn from LC’s collections, nor has its record been cancelled in the LC database. Do not know why OCLC #857110256 has ELvl “J”.
Carroll N. Davis, ABA, U.S. Arts, Sciences & Humanities Division, Library of Congress
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I'm thinking that "J" is withdrawn from LC, but not from OCLC or the CONSER database. Isn't that it? "J" for them; anything you want it to be for you?
On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 11:52 AM, Benjamin A Abrahamse <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
According to bib formats, encoding level "J" is for a deleted record. But see OCLC# 857110256 (Origins of Palestinian art, 2013) has an 042 lcccopycat, an lccn (2014453369), and 128 holdings attached to it. I can't find any other records for this work in OCLC. Can anyone explain why the encl is set to J, and would it be possible for a BIBCO library to recode it to Blank?
The last edit to this record (of course I have no idea what it could have been) was performed on Feb. 2nd, 2016.
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