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It looks like I added the superfluous reference. (Actually a program 
added it and I neglected to remove it before submitting the record.) 
It's gone now. Apologies to all.
Nancy

On 10/22/2018 6:29 AM, Ed M. Kazzimir wrote:
>
> I found this today in an authority record:
>
> 110  2   Alaska Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
>
> 410  1   United States. ǂb National Marine Fisheries Service. ǂb 
> Alaska Fisheries Science Center
>
> 410  1   United States. ǂb National Marine Fisheries Service. ǂb 
> Alaska Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
>
> Are both of these 410 fields allowed or even necessary?  I would think 
> that the second 410 field is not needed, because the qualifier in that 
> 410 already identifies the superior body in the hierarchy.
>
> The qualifier "(U.S.)" is added to the preferred form of name in order 
> to identify it as a federal level government agency.  Generally, when 
> a body is a hierarchical subordinate, we make the reference from the 
> higher body and plop the name entered directly into subfield-b.  But I 
> would think that we make logical changes that involve the additions to 
> the name, such as omitting data that are understood from context 
> within the cross-reference.
>
> Or do we always make a see-from reference under the exact access point 
> in 1XX for some technical reason?
>
> Ed Kazzimir
>
> ARLIS
>

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