Here’s a few other examples of this kind of association:
100 1 Bolt, Usain, ǂd 1986-
370 Sherwood Content (Jamaica)
370 ǂc Jamaica ǂ2 naf
370 ǂe Kingston (Jamaica) ǂ2 naf
372 Running races ǂ2 lcsh
373 Olympic Games (28th : 2004 : Athens, Greece) ǂa Olympic Games (29th : 2008 : Beijing, China) ǂa Olympic Games (30th : 2012 : London, England) ǂa Olympic Games (31st : 2016 : Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) ǂ2 naf
374 Runners (Sports) ǂa Athletes ǂa Olympic athletes ǂ2 lcsh
100 1 Blair, Bonnie, ǂd 1964-
370 Cornwall on Hudson (N.Y.) ǂc United States ǂe Champaign (Ill.) ǂ2 naf
372 Speed skating ǂ2 lcsh
373 Olympic Winter Games (14th : 1984 : Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina) ǂa Olympic Winter Games (15th : 1988 : Calgary, Alta.) ǂa Olympic Winter Games (16th : 1992 : Albertville, France) ǂa Olympic Winter Games (17th : 1994 : Lillehammer, Norway) ǂ2 naf
374 Speed skaters ǂa Olympic athletes ǂ2 lcsh
They each participated in four Olympics. Olympic games are events, coded 111 just as conferences/meetings are.
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Since a conference is a corporate body and a corporate body is by definition a group of persons, I don’t see any reason why you shouldn’t record one as an associated group.
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Hello, Colleagues -
(Apologies to my funnel for duplicating this question.)
I'm making a NAR for a nun who was president of the International Union of Religious Superiors and, as such, got to be an auditor at Vatican II.
I would like to make Vatican II an associated group (373 $a), but the only thing is, Vatican II is a conference. Can I nevertheless put Vatican II into the 373 field?