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Cataloging with RDA. Creating Access Points for Persons. Chapter 9 Identifying Persons. Chapter 8 General Guidelines on Recording Attributes of Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies. Part 2. Title page. Title page verso. VISCOUNT MERSEY (Clive Bigham Mersey). RDA 9.2.2.14.

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Cataloging with RDA

Creating Access Points for

Persons

Chapter 9

Identifying Persons

Chapter 8

General Guidelines on Recording Attributes of Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies

Part 2


Title page

Title page verso

VISCOUNT MERSEY

(Clive Bigham Mersey)


RDA 9.2.2.14

[Field 100 -- Main Entry—Personal Name]

[Subfield c -- Titles and other words associated with a name.]

General Guidelines on Recording Names Containing a Title of Nobility

Record a name containing a title of nobility by applying the general guidelines on recording names at 8.5. Record the proper name as the first element of the name if the person: a) uses his or her title rather than surname in resources with which he or she is associated or b) is listed under his or her title in reference sources.

Follow the proper name in the title by the personal name in direct order. Exclude unused given names.

Follow the personal name with the term of rank in the language in which it was conferred (see appendix G). Precede the personal name and the part of the title denoting rank by commas.

  • 020 0836980883

  • 100 1 Mersey, Charles Clive Bigham, ‡c Viscount,

  • ‡d 1872-1956, ‡e author.

  • 245 1 4 The viceroys and governors-general of India, 1757-1947 / ‡c by

  • Viscount Mersey (Clive Bigham Mersey).

  • 264 □ 1 Freeport, N.Y. : ‡b Books for Libraries Press, ‡c 1971.

  • 300 xi, 179 pages, 34 unnumbered leaves of plates : ‡b illustrations; ‡c 23 cm.

  • 336 text ‡2 rdacontent

  • 337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

  • 338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

  • 490 1 Bibliography index reprint series

  • 500 Originally published: London : J. Murray, 1949.

  • Includes index.

  • 830 0 Bibliography index reprint series

100 1 Mersey, Charles Clive Bigham, ‡c Viscount, ‡d 1872-1956

400 1 Mersey, Clive Bigham, ‡c 2d Viscount, ‡d 1872-1956 [OLD CATALOG HEADING]

400 1 Bigham, Clive, ‡d 1872-1956

400 1 Bigham, Charles Clive, ‡c Viscount Mersey, ‡d 1872-1956


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Sidney and Beatrice Webb

44


RDA 9.2.2.17

Disclaimed and Newly Acquired Titles – If … a person disclaims a title of nobility then: choose the preferred name by applying the instructions at 9.2.2.7 [See example “Grigg, John” (Previously Baron Altrincham; peerage disclaimed)]

  • 100 1 Webb, Sidney, ‡d 1859-1947, ‡e author.

  • 245 1 4 The decay of capitalist civilization / ‡c by Sidney and

  • Beatrice Webb.

  • 264 □ 1 New York : ‡b Harcourt, Brace and Company, ‡c c1923.

  • xvii, 242 pages ; ‡c 20 cm

  • 336 text ‡2 rdacontent

  • 337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

  • 338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

  • 504 Includes bibliographical references and index.

  • 7001 □ Webb, Beatrice, ‡d 1858-1943, ‡e author.

100 1 0 Webb, Sidney, ‡d 1859-1947

400 1 0 Passfield, Sidney James Webb, ‡c Baron, ‡d 1859-1947

  • 100 1 Webb, Beatrice, ‡d 1858-1943

  • 1 Webb, Beatrice Potter, ‡d 1858-1943

  • 400 1 Passfield, Beatrice Potter Webb, ‡c Baroness, ‡d 1858-1943

  • 400 1 Webb, Sidney, ‡c Mrs., ‡d 1858-1943

  • 400 1 Potter, Beatrice, ‡d 1858-1943

  • 400 1 Potter, Martha Beatrice, ‡d 1858-1943

[He renounced the title Baron Passfield; she renounced the title Baroness Passfield.]


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RDA 9.2.2.18

General Guidelines on Recording Names Containing Neither a Surname nor a Title of Nobility

Record as the first element the part of the name under which the person is listed in reference sources. … If a person is commonly associated with a place of origin or domicile … include these words or phrases as an integral part of the name. Precede such words or phrases by a comma.

[Field 100 -- Main Entry—Personal Name]

[1st Indicator 0 -- Forename]

  • 100 0 Leonardo, ‡c da Vinci, ‡d 1452-1519, ‡e author.

  • 245 1 4 The notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci / ‡c arranged, rendered

  • into English and introduced by Edward MacCurdy.

  • 264 □ 1 New York : ‡b George Braziller, ‡c 1954.

  • 1247 pages, 8 unumbered leaves of plates : ‡b illustrations ; ‡c 22 cm

  • 336 text ‡2 rdacontent

  • 337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

  • 338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

  • 500 Originally published: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1939.

  • 504 Includes bibliographical references (pages 1163-1173) and indexes.

  • 700 1 □ McCurdy, Edward, ‡d 1871- ‡e editor, ‡e translator.

(PCC guidelines for rel.desig.)

100 0 Leonardo, ‡c da Vinci, ‡d 1452-1519

400 1 Vinci, Leonardo da, ‡d 1452-1519

400 0 Leonardo da Vinci, ‡d 1452-1519 [OLD CATALOG

HEADING]

400 1 Da Vinci, Leonardo, ‡d 1452-1519


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By “M”


RDA 9.2.2.21

General Guidelines on Recording Names Consisting of Initials, or Separate Letters, or Numerals

Record a name consisting of initials, or separate letters, or numerals, or consisting primarily of initials by applying the general guidelines at 8.5.

Record the initials, letters, or numerals in direct order.

  • 100 0 M.

  • 245 1 4 The sensuous man : ‡b the first how-to

  • book for the man who wants to be a great

  • lover / ‡c by M.

  • 264 □ 1 New York, N.Y. : ‡b Lyle Stuart, Inc., ‡c [1971].

  • 253 pages ; ‡c 21 cm

  • 336 text ‡2 rdacontent

  • 337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

  • 338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

100 0 M.


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by the author of The Cloud of Unknowing


RDA 9.2.2.26

Phrase Naming Another Work by the Person - If a person is commonly identified by a phrase naming another work by the person in resources associated with the person and in reference sources, consider this phrase to be the preferred name for the person. Record the phrase by applying the general guidelines on recording names at 8.5. Record the phrase in direct order.

Alternative - Omit an initial article … when recording a phrase naming another work by the person.

[LCC follows this alternative]

  • 020 0809129728 (pbk.)

  • 020 0809104040

  • 100 0 Author of The cloud of unknowing.

  • 245 1 4 The pursuit of wisdom and other works / ‡c by the

  • author of The cloud of unknowing ; translated, edited,

  • and annotated by James A. Walsh ; preface by George A. Maloney.

  • 264 □ 1 New York : ‡b Paulist Press, ‡c [1988].

  • ix, 325 pages ; ‡c 23 cm.

  • 336 text ‡2 rdacontent

  • 337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

  • 338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

  • 490 0 Classics of western spirituality

  • 500 Writings of a 14th century mystic.

  • 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 314-319) and index.

  • 1 Walsh, James, ‡d 1920-

  • 830 0 Classics of western spirituality

100 0 Author of The cloud of unknowing

400 0 Cloud of unknowing, Author of The


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RDA 9.6.1.5, 9.19.1.2e, 9.19.1.2.5, E.1.2.2

Basic Instructions on Recording Other Designations Associated with Persons

9.6.1.5 Spirits - For a spirit, record Spirit. (9.6 says this is Core element for spirit)

9.19.1.2 Title or Other Designation Associated with the Person – Add to the name one or more of the following elements (in this order), as applicable: … e) the term Spirit

9.19.1.2.5 Construct the authorized acess point for the spirit of a person by combining (in this order): a) the authorized access point for the person b) the term Spirit [See example: “Garland, Judy (Spirit)”]

E.1.2.2 Access Points Representing Persons - Enclose the term Spirit in parentheses.

020 0130185159

020 0130185647 (pbk.)

100 1 James, William, ‡d 1842-1910 ‡c (Spirit)

245 1 4 The afterdeath journal of an American philosopher :

‡b the world view of William James / ‡c Jane Roberts.

264 □ 1 Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : ‡b Prentice-Hall, Inc., ‡c [1978].

  • 241 pages ; ‡c 24 cm

    336 text ‡2 rdacontent

    337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

    338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

    500 Includes index.

    700 1 □ Roberts, Jane, ‡d 1929-

100 1 James, William, ‡d 1842-1910 ‡c (Spirit)

This authority record is based on the LC name authority record for him as a person.


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RDA 9.2.2.9.3

Persons Known by a Surname Only

If the name by which a person is known consists of a surname only and the surname is associated with a word or phrase, either in resources that are associated with the person or in reference sources then treat the word or phrase associated with the name as an integral part of the name. Record the surname, followed by a comma and the word or phrase.

020 0394929209 (lib. bdg.)

020 0394829204

100 1 Seuss, ‡c Dr., ‡e author.

245 1 0 There's a wocket in my pocket! / ‡c by Dr. Seuss.

264 □ 1 New York : ‡b Beginner Books, ‡c [1974].

  • 34 unnumbered pages : ‡b color illustrations ; ‡c 24 cm.

    336 text ‡2 rdacontent

    337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

    338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

    490 1 A bright & early book

    520 A household of unusual creatures help beginning readers

    recognize common household words.

    830 2 A bright & early book

100 1 Seuss, ‡c Dr.

400 1 Seuss, ‡c Doctor

400 0 Dr. Seuss

400 0 Doctor Seuss

500 1 Geisel, Theodor Seuss, ‡d 1904-

[His real name is Theodor Seuss Geisel. The use of the "500" reference assumes the catalog has entries under Theodor Seuss Geisel.]


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MRS HUMPHRY WARD


RDA 9.2.2.9.4

Married Person Identified Only by a Partner’s Name

If a married person is identified only by a partner’s name, treat a term of address as an integral part of the name. Record the term of address following the part of the partner’s name that is recorded as the last element in that name.

[See example “Davis, Maxwell, Mrs.”]

  • 020 0192817523 (pbk.)

  • 100 1 Ward, Humphry, ‡cMrs., ‡d 1851-1920, ‡e author.

  • 245 1 0 Robert Elsmere / ‡c Mrs. Humphry Ward ; edited with an

  • introduction by Rosemary Ashton.

  • 264 □ 1 Oxford ; ‡a New York : ‡b Oxford University Press, ‡c 1987.

  • xxiv, 585 pages ; ‡c 19 cm.

  • 336 text ‡2 rdacontent

  • 337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

  • 338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

  • 490 1 The world’s classics

  • 504 Includes bibliographical references (page [xix]).

  • 1 □ Ashton, Rosemary, ‡d 1947-

  • 830 4 The world’s classics

100 1 Ward, Humphry, ‡c Mrs., ‡d 1851-1920

400 1 Ward, Mary Augusta Arnold, ‡d 1851-1920

400 1 Arnold, Mary Augusta, ‡d 1851-1920


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RDA 9.4.1.4.1, 9.19.1.2, E.1.2.2

9.4.1.4.1 Person with the Highest Royal Status within a State, Etc.

For the person with the highest royal status within a state or people, record the person’s title and the name of the state or people. Record both in a language preferred by the agency creating the data if there are satisfactory equivalents in that language. [9.19.1.2.1 gives additional examples]

E.1.2.2 Precede a title of royalty … by a comma and a space.

  • 020 0306701553

  • 100 0 George ‡b III, ‡c King of Great Britain, ‡d 1738-1820, ‡e author.

  • 245 1 4 The correspondence of King George the Third with Lord North,

  • 1768 to 1783 / ‡c edited with an introduction and notes by W.

  • Bodham Donne.

  • 246 1 7 George the Third's Letters to Lord North

  • 264 □ 1 New York : ‡b Da Capo Press, ‡c 1971.

  • 2 volumes (lcii, 307, 452) ; ‡c 24 cm.

  • 336 text ‡2 rdacontent

  • 337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

  • 338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

  • 490 1 The era of the American Revolution

  • 500 "A Da Capo Press reprint edition"—Title page verso.

  • 500 Reprint. Originally published: London : J. Murray, 1867.

  • 504 Includes bibliographical references.

  • 700 1 □ North, Frederick, ‡c Lord, ‡d 1732-1792, ‡e addressee.

    • 1 □ Donne, William Bodham, ‡d 1807-1882, ‡e editor.

  • 830 4 The era of the American Revolution

100 0 George ‡b III, ‡c King of Great Britain, ‡d 1738-1820

410 1 Great Britain. ‡b Sovereigns, etc., 1760-1820 (George III)

510 1 Great Britain. ‡b Sovereign (1760-1820 : George III)

[The use of the “510” reference assumes the library already has an entry under that name in the catalog.]


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William P. Mack

and

William P. Mack, Jr.


RDA 9.3.1.3, 9.3.2.3, E.1.2.2

9.3.1.3 Recording Dates Associated with Persons

Record dates associated with persons by applying these instructions, as applicable:

date of birth (see 9.3.2), date of death (see 9.3.3), period of activity (see 9.3.4).

9.3.2 [also 8.3 - Date of birth is core element in RDA if readily ascertainable]

E.1.2.2 Precede a date or range of dates by a comma and a space.

[Field 100 -- Main Entry—Personal Name]

[Subfield d -- Dates associated with a name.]

[Field 700 -- Added Entry—Personal Name]

[Subfield d -- Dates associated with a name.]

020 0933852703

020 093385269X (invalid)

100 1 Mack, William P., ‡d 1915- ‡e author

245 1 0 South to Java : ‡b a novel / ‡c by William P. Mack and William

P. Mack, Jr.

264 □ 1 Baltimore, Md. : ‡b The Nautical & Aviation Publishing Company of America, Inc., ‡c [1987].

  • 460 pages ; ‡c 24 cm

    336 text ‡2 rdacontent

    337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

    338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

    700 1 □ Mack, William P.,‡c Jr., ‡d 1943- ‡e author.

100 1 Mack, William P., ‡d 1915-

100 1 Mack, William P., ‡c Jr., ‡d 1943-


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RDA 9.5.1.3, 9.19.1.4, E.1.2.2

9.5.1.3 Recording Fuller Forms of Names

If a fuller form of a person’s name is known and the preferred name does not include all of that fuller form then record, as appropriate a) the fuller form of all the inverted part of the name (given names, etc.) and/or b) the fuller form of the part of the name recorded as the first element of the name (surname, etc.).

9.19.1.4 Add a fuller form of the person’s name if needed to distinguish one access point from another.

E.1.2.2 Enclose a fuller form of name in parentheses.

[Field 100 -- Main Entry—Personal Name]

[Subfield q -- Fuller form of name.]

  • 1 Lewis, C. S. ‡q (Clive Staples), ‡d 1898-1963,

    ‡e author.

    245 1 0 That hideous strength : ‡b a modern fairy-tale for grown-ups /

    ‡c by C.S. Lewis.

    264 □ 1 New York : ‡b The Macmillan Company, ‡c 1946.

    300 viii, 459 pages ; ‡c 21 cm

    336 text ‡2 rdacontent

    337 unmediated ‡2 rdamedia

    338 volume ‡2 rdacarrier

100 1 Lewis, C. S. ‡q (Clive Staples), ‡d 1898-1963

400 1 Lewis, Clive Staples, ‡d 1898-1963

400 1 Lewis, Jack, ‡d 1898-1963

400 1 Hamilton, Clive, ‡d 1898-1963

400 1 Clerk, N. W., ‡d 1898-1963

[The last three “400” references would be made only if it is a library’s policy to make references from other names used by a person even if those names are not represented in the catalog.]


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