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Dewey decimal classification system

Dewey Decimal Classification System

Lecture 1

Bair-Mundy


Melvil dewey

Melvil Dewey

1851-1931

  • Librarian at Amherst College when he developed the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system

  • A Classification and Subject Index for Cataloguing and Arranging the Books and Pamphlets of a Library published in 1876

  • Original was 44 pages long


Ddc today

DDC today

  • Four volumes

  • Published every 8 years

    • Online version updated frequently

  • Responsive to customer needs


Four volumes of ddc 22

Four volumes of DDC 22

Volume

1

Manual

Tables

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

4

Index

Volume

3

600-999

Manual + Tables

Relative Index

Schedules


Two features introduced by dewey

Two features introduced by Dewey

  • Relative location - Dewey system numbers books in terms of their relation to one another without regard to the shelves or rooms where they are placed

  • Relative index - Brings together under one term the locations in the scheme of a subject which falls in several fields of study

000

999


Two ways to find a number in the schedules

Two ways to find a number in the schedules

  • Summaries

    • Front of schedules (Volume 2)

      • Ten main classes

      • Hundred divisions

      • Thousand sections

  • Relative index

    • Last volume (Volume 4)

    • Relates subjects to disciplines


The dewey decimal system

The Dewey Decimal System

  • Advantage: Orderly, hierarchical system that organizes the universe of knowledge

  • Disadvantage: Based on the decimal system. The real world isn’t neatly divided into tens (e.g. periodical table)


Dewey decimal classification system

Francis Bacon

W.T. Harris

Dewey

(Inverted)

Philosophy

(Reason)

Poesy

(Imagination)

History (Memory)

Science

Philosophy

Religion

Soc. & Pol. Sci.

Natural Sci.

Art

Fine arts

Poetry

Pure fiction

Literary misc.

History

Geography & Travel

Science

Philosophy

Religion

Sociology

Science

Art

Fine arts

Literature

History

Geography & Travel


Summaries

Summaries

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


First summary the ten main classes

First summaryThe Ten Main Classes

000Computer science, information & general works

100Philosophy & psychology

200Religion

300Social sciences

400Language

500Science

600Technology

700Arts& recreation

800Literature

900History & geography


Ten main classes

Ten main classes

000Computer science, information & general works

100Philosophy & psychology

200Religion

300Social sciences

400Language

500Science

600Technology

700Arts& recreation

800Literature

900History & geography

The first digit in the number indicates the main class.

Zeros are used to fill out the notation to the minimum required length of digits.


Ten main classes1

Ten main classes

000Computer science, information & general works

100Philosophy & psychology

200Religion

300Social sciences

400Language

500Science

600Technology

700Arts& recreation

800Literature

900History & geography


Ten main classes2

Ten main classes

000Computer science, information & general works

100Philosophy & psychology

200Religion

300Social sciences

400Language

500Science

600Technology

700Arts& recreation

800Literature

900History & geography

Includes 020 Library and information sciences


Second summary the hundred divisions

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

000Computer science, knowledge & systems

010Bibliographies

020Library & information sciences

030Encyclopedias & books of facts

040[Unassigned]

050Magazines, journals & serials

060Associations, organizations & museums

070News media, journalism & publishing

080Quotations

090Manuscripts & rare books

[040][Unassigned]

Most recently used in Edition 16


Second summary the hundred divisions1

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

  • 200Religion

  • 210Philosophy & theory of religion

  • 220The Bible

  • 230Christianity & Christian theology

  • 240Christian practice & observance

  • 250Christian pastoral practice & religious orders

  • 260Christian organization, social work & worship

  • History of Christianity

  • 280Christian denominations

  • 290Other religions


Second summary the hundred divisions2

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

500Science

510Mathematics

520Astronomy

530Physics

540Chemistry

550Earth sciences & geology

560Fossils & prehistoric life

570Life sciences; biology

580Plants (Botany)

590Animals (Zoology)


Second summary the hundred divisions3

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

Dual heading

570Life sciences; biology

Subordinate topic forms main part of the disciplinary area


Second summary the hundred divisions4

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

500Science

510Mathematics

520Astronomy

530Physics

540Chemistry

550Earth sciences & geology

560Fossils & prehistoric life

570Life sciences; biology

580Plants (Botany)

590Animals (Zoology)

530Physics

5 = Science

3 = Physics


Second summary the hundred divisions5

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

600Technology

610Medicine & health

620Engineering

630Agriculture

640Home & family management

650Management & public relations

660Chemical engineering

670Manufacturing

680Manufacture for specific uses

690Building & construction


Second summary the hundred divisions6

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

900History

910Geography & travel

920Biography & genealogy

930History of ancient world (to ca. 499)

940History of Europe

950History of Asia

960History of Africa

970History of North America

980History of South America

990History of other areas


Third summary the thousand sections

Third summaryThe Thousand Sections

020Library & information sciences

021Library relationships

022Administration of physical plant

023Personnel management

024[Unassigned]

025Library operations

026Libraries for specific subjects

027General libraries

028Reading & use of other information media

029[Unassigned]

[024][Unassigned]

Most recently used in Edition 18

[029][Unassigned]

Most recently used in Edition 18


Third summary the thousand sections1

Third summaryThe Thousand Sections

530Physics

531Classical mechanics; solid mechanics

532Fluid mechanics; liquid mechanics

533Gas mechanics

534Sound & related vibrations

535Light & infrared & ultraviolet phenomena

536Heat

537Electricity & electronics

538Magnetism

539Modern physics

534 Sound & related vibrations

4 = Sound

3 = Physics

5 = Science


Move to applied sciences

Move to applied sciences

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


Dewey decimal classification system

600

600Technology (Applied sciences)

See also 303.483 for technology as a cause of cultural change…

SUMMARY

601Philosophy and theory

602Miscellany

603Dictionaries, encyclopedias…

604Technical drawing, hazardous materials technology, history…

605Serial publications


Dewey decimal classification system

600

600Technology (Applied sciences)

See also 303.483 for technology as a cause of cultural change…

SUMMARY

601Philosophy and theory

602Miscellany

603Dictionaries, encyclopedias…

604Technical drawing, hazardous materials technology, history…

605Serial publications


630 dewey decimal classification 630

630Dewey Decimal Classification630

630Agriculture and related technologies

Standard subdivisions are added for agriculture and related technologies together, for agriculture alone

Class here interdisciplinary works on plants of agricultural importance…farming…

SUMMARY

630.1-.9Standard subdivisions

631Specific technologies; apparatus…

.2Agricultural structures

.3Tools, machinery, apparatus…

.4Soil science

.5Cultivation and harvesting


630 dewey decimal classification 6301

630Dewey Decimal Classification630

[.15] Scientific principles

Do not use; class in 630.21-630.29

.2Miscellany and scientific principles

.201Tabulated, illustrative, related materials; humorous treatment; audiovisual treatment

.201 1-.201 2Tabulated, illustrative, related materials

[ ] Square brackets mean

"Do not use"


631 agriculture and related technologies 631

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

631Specific techniques; apparatus, equipment, materials

Topics common to plant and animal husbandry or limited to plant culture

Class comprehensive works on apparatus, equipment, materials used in a specific auxiliary technique or procedure in 630.208, e.g., computers 630.2085

Explanatory material

For plant injuries, diseases, pests, see 632; for specific techniques, apparatus, equipment, materials for specific plant crops, see 633-635; …


621 engineering and allied operations 621

621 Engineering and allied operations 621

.93Cutting, disassembling, sawing tools

Including axes, crowbars, scissors, shears, slicers, trimmers


631 agriculture and related technologies 6311

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

.4Soil science

Class here interdisciplinary works on soils

.41Soil chemistry

.416Inorganic chemistry

.417 Organic chemistry

Including humus

Class here soil biochemistry

.42Soil fertility, acidity, alkalinity

631.417 What does this mean?

6?


Start with our summaries

Start with our summaries

Volume

1

Manual

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


First summary the ten main classes1

First summaryThe Ten Main Classes

000Computer science, information & general works

100Philosophy & psychology

200Religion

300Social sciences

400Language

500Science

600Technology

700Arts& recreation

800Literature

900History & geography


631 agriculture and related technologies 6312

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

.4Soil science

Class here interdisciplinary works on soils

.41Soil chemistry

.416Inorganic chemistry

.417 Organic chemistry

Including humus

Class here soil biochemistry

.42Soil fertility

631.417 What does this mean?

6Technology

63?


Second summary the hundred divisions7

Second summaryThe Hundred Divisions

600Technology

610Medicine & health

620Engineering

630Agriculture

640Home & family management

650Management & public relations

660Chemical engineering

670Manufacturing

680Manufacture for specific uses

690Building & construction


631 agriculture and related technologies 6313

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

631.417 What does this mean?

.4Soil science

Class here interdisciplinary works on soils

.41Soil chemistry

.416Inorganic chemistry

.417 Organic chemistry

Including humus

Class here soil biochemistry

.42Soil fertility

6Technology

63Agriculture

631 ?


Third summary the thousand sections2

Third summaryThe Thousand Sections

630Agriculture & related technologies

631Techniques, equipment & materials

632Plant injuries, diseases, pests

633Field & plantation crops

634Orchards, fruits, & forestry

635Garden crops (Horticulture)

636Animal husbandry

637Processing dairy & related products

638Insect culture

639Hunting, fishing, & conservation


631 agriculture and related technologies 6314

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

631.417

6Technology

63 Agriculture

631 Techniques, equipment, & materials

.4Soil science

Class here interdisciplinary works on soils

.41Soil chemistry

.416Inorganic chemistry

.417 Organic chemistry

Including humus

Class here soil biochemistry

.42Soil fertility

631.4?


631 agriculture and related technologies 6315

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

.4Soil science

Class here interdisciplinary works on soils

.41Soil chemistry

.416Inorganic chemistry

.417 Organic chemistry

Including humus

Class here soil biochemistry

.42Soil fertility

631.417

6Technology

63 Agriculture

631 Techniques, equipment, & materials

631.4?

Soil science


631 agriculture and related technologies 6316

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

.4Soil science

Class here interdisciplinary works on soils

.41Soil chemistry

.416Inorganic chemistry

.417 Organic chemistry

Including humus

Class here soil biochemistry

.42Soil fertility

631.417

6Technology

63 Agriculture

631 Techniques, equipment, & materials

631.4 Soil science

631.41?

Soil chemistry


631 agriculture and related technologies 6317

631.417

6Technology (applied science)

63Agriculture and related technologies

631Specific techniques… materials

631.4Soil science

631.41Soil chemistry

631.417Organic chemistry

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

.4Soil science

Class here interdisciplinary works on soils

.41Soil chemistry

.416Inorganic chemistry

.417 Organic chemistry

Including humus

Class here soil biochemistry

.42Soil fertility

631.417

Organic chemistry of soils


631 agriculture and related technologies 6318

631 Agriculture and related technologies 631

.53Plant propagation

Class here comprehensive works on plant propagation and nursery practices

.531Propagation from seeds (Sowing)

.532Propagation from bulbs and tubers

.533Propagation from suckers, runners, buds

.534Propagation by layering

.535 Propagation from cuttings and slips

.536Transplanting


Using the relative index

Using the Relative Index

Volume

1

Manual Tables

Volume

4

Index

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


Relative index

Relative Index

Persuasion303.342

logic168

political science320.014

psychology153.852

rhetoric808

social process303.342

Class numbers (not page numbers)

100Philosophy & psychology

300Social sciences

800Literature


Relative index1

Relative Index

Previous subject

Publicity

Publishers 070.5

biography070.509 2

business organizations338.761 070 5

occupational ethics174.907

relations with authors070.52

Publishers' catalogs015

Publishing070.5

accounting657.84

journalism070.5

law343.099 8

Pubs647.95

Publishing law

Change to totally new subject


Relative index2

Relative Index

Punctuation411

specific languagesT4—11

T4 refers to Table 4

–11 are digits to be appended to a number in the schedule


Relative index3

Relative Index

MexicansT5—687 2

Mexico972

T2—72

Mexico (Mexico)T2—725 2

Mexico, Gulf of551.463 4

T2—163 64

Mexico in the twentieth century


972 general history of north america 972

972 General history of North America 972

972Middle AmericaMexico

SUMMARY

972.000 1–.000 9Standard subdivisions of Middle America

.001–.009Standard subdivisions of Mexico

.01–.08Historical periods of Mexico

Mexico in the twentieth century


Classifying in dewey getting started

Classifying in Dewey - getting started

  • Look up your topic in Relative Index or use the summaries

  • Go to the schedule

  • Check in the hierarchy to make sure the topic is contextually correct

  • Write the number down and follow any additional instructions


An illustrated book of farmhouses

An illustrated book of farmhouses

631.21

6Technology

63Agriculture

631Specific techniques; apparatus, equipment, materials

631.2Agricultural structures

631.21Farm houses


The scientific principles of crop rotation

The scientific principles of crop rotation

631.582

6Technology

63Agriculture

631Specific techniques…

631.5Cultivation and harvesting

631.58 Special methods

631.582 Crop rotation

How do we add the idea of scientific principles?


Four volumes of ddc 21

Four volumes of DDC 21

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


Table 1 standard subdivisions

Table 1. Standard Subdivisions

The following notation is never used alone, but may be used as required with any regular schedule number, e.g., workbooks (—07 in this table) in arithmetic (513): 513.076. When adding to a number from the schedules, always insert a decimal point between the third and fourth digits of the complete number.


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t1

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

SUMMARY

—01Philosophy and theory

—02Miscellany

—03Dictionaries, encyclopedias, concordances

—04Special topics

—05Serial publications

—06Organizations and management

—07Education, research, related topics

—08History and description with respect to kinds of persons

—09Historical, geographic, persons treatment


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t11

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—01Philosophy and theory

Class here methodology, schools of thought

Class interdisciplinary works on philosophy in 100

—011Systems

—012Classification

—014Language and communication

—0148Abbreviations and symbols

—015Scientific principles

Use of science to analyze and describe the subject…

The scientific principles of crop rotation

631.582

015

Crop rotation


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t12

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—02Miscellany

—020 2Synopses and outlines

Including chronologies

Class works called synopses and outlines that are regular treatises or introductions to a subject in 001-999 without use of notation 0202 from Table 1; class interdisciplinary chronologies in 902.02

—020 7Humorous treatment

space between numbers just for legibility; don't record in call number

Crop rotation cartoons

631.582

0207

Crop rotation


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t13

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—(026)Law

(Optional number; prefer 341-347)

Do not use the optional number!

Use the preferred number.


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t14

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—03Dictionaries, encyclopedias, concordances

—04Special topics

Use this subdivision only when it is specifically set forth in the schedules….

Use —04 only when told to do so in the schedules


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t15

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—05Serial publications

Regardless of form (print or electronic) or frequency

Class here house organs, magazines, newspapers, yearbooks…

—06Organizations and management

Class here Greek-letter societies…student organizations…; history, charters, regulations, membership lists, administrative reports


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t16

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—07Education, research, related topics

Including programmed texts

Class here subject-oriented study programs…

—072Research; statistical methods

Class here laboratory manuals used in research, research techniques not provided for elsewhere in Table 1, comprehensive works on scientific method


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t17

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—09Historical, geographic, persons treatment

SUMMARY

—090 05Serial publications

—090 1–090 5 Historical periods

—091Treatment by areas, regions, places in general

—092Persons

—093–099Treatment by specific continents, countries, localities; extraterrestrial worlds


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t18

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—090 1To 499 A.D.

—090 12To 4000 B.C.

—090 133999 – 1000 B.C.

—090 14999 – 1 B.C.

—090 151st – 5th centuries, 1– 499

—090 26th – 15th centuries, 500-1499

Class here Middle Ages (Medieval period)

—090 216th – 12 centuries, 500-1199

—090 2213th century, 1200-1299

—090 2314th century, 1300-1399


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t19

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—092Persons

Biography, autobiography, descriptions and critical appraisal of work, diaries, reminiscences, correspondence of persons regardless of area, region, or place who are part of the subject or who study the subject, e.g., biographers, collectors, leaders and followers, practitioners and clients, scholars


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t110

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—093–099Treatment by specific continents, countries, localities; extraterrestrial worlds

Add "Areas" notation 3–9 from Table 2 to base number —09, e.g. the subject in United States —0973, in Brazil —0981, in North America —097.

Crop rotation in the United States

631.582

09

73 United States

Crop rotation


Frequently used standard subdivisions from table 1

Frequently-Used Standard Subdivisions(from Table 1)

—01Philosophy and theory

—03Dictionaries, encyclopedias, concordances

—05Serial publications

—06Organizations and management

—07Education, research, related topics

—072Research; statistical methods

—09Historical, geographic, persons treatment

—092Persons

—093–099Treatment by specific continents, countries, localities; extraterrestrial worlds


659 management and auxiliary services 659

659 Management and auxiliary services 659

659Advertising and public relations

Class here publicity

.1Advertising

.104Special topics of advertising

.104 2Social aspects of advertising


Adding specificity table 1

Adding specificity - Table 1

Standard Subdivisions

  • Add (concatenate) to any number from schedule

  • Only one standard subdivision allowed

  • Use —04 only when directed to do so

  • Consult table of preference when two or more subdivisions appear applicable


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t111

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

Table 1. Standard Subdivisions (continued)

Unless other instructions are given, observe the following table of preference, e.g. language and communication in education and research —07 (not —014):

Special topics—04

Persons—092

Education, research, related topics —07

Management—068

Humorous treatment—0207


Adding subdivisions number of zeros 1

Adding subdivisions - number of zeros (1)

  • If there is no indication to the contrary, use one zero for the standard subdivision:

    • 398.609History of riddles


Adding subdivisions number of zeros 2

Adding subdivisions - number of zeros (2)

Types of instructions to indicate when different number of zeros must be used:

  • Notation in the number column

  • Footnotes leading to an add table where subdivisions are supplied

  • Footnotes from the add instruction itself stipulating the use of extra zeros


321 systems of governments and states 321

321 Systems of governments and states 321

321Systems of governments and states

Including heads of state and administration

Class here kinds of states

.001–.009Standard subdivisions

.01Systems of relating parts of a state to the whole

From Table 1:

—05standard subdivision for serial publications

Systems of government journal

321.

005Serial publications

Systems of govt.


600 technology applied sciences 600

600 Technology (Applied sciences) 600

601Philosophy and theory

602Miscellany

[.72]Patents

Do not use; class in 608

.75Trademarks and service marks

.9Commercial miscellany

603Dictionaries, encyclopedias, concordances

604Technical drawing, hazardous materials technology…

—020 7standard subdivision for humorous treatment

Technology jokes

6

0207 humorous treatment

02.07

Technology


502 natural sciences and mathematics 502

502 Natural sciences and mathematics 502

506Organizations and management

507Education, research, related topics

.2Research; statistical methods

.8Use of apparatus and equipment in study and teaching

Class here science fair projects, science projects in schools

508Natural history

Do not use for history and description of natural sciences and mathematics with respect to groups of persons; class in 500.8

Class here description and surveys of phenomena in nature


334 economics 334

334 Economics 334

334 Cooperatives

.1Housing cooperatives

Class here building cooperatives…

.2Banking and credit cooperatives

.22Credit unions

.5Consumer cooperatives

—025standard subdivision for directories

A directory of housing cooperatives

334.1

025

Housing cooperatives


335 economics 335

335 Economics 335

335 Socialism and related systems

Standard subdivisions are added for socialism and related systems together, for socialism alone

Class here schools of thought featuring planned economies…

.001–.009Standard subdivisions

.02Utopian systems and schools

—01standard subdivision for philosophy and theory

Philosophy and theory of socialism

335

.001

Socialism


618 medical sciences medicine 618

618 Medical sciences Medicine 618

.9 Pediatrics and geriatrics

.92Pediatrics

Medicine for infants and children up to puberty…

.920 001–.920 007Standard subdivisions

As modified under 616.1–616.9

.920 008History with respect to kinds

of persons

—03standard subdivision for dictionaries

Dictionary of pediatrics

618.92

0003

Pediatrics


Four volumes of ddc 211

Four volumes of DDC 21

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


Table 2 geographic areas historical periods persons

Table 2. Geographic Areas, Historical Periods, Persons

The following numbers are never used alone, but may be used as required (either directly when so noted or through the interposition of notation 09 from Table 1) with any number from the schedules, e.g. wages (331.29) in Japan (—52 in this table): 331.2952 …


T2 table 2 areas periods persons t2

T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2

SUMMARY

—001–009Standard subdivisions

—01–05Historical periods

—1Areas, regions, places in general…

—11Frigid zones

—12Temperate zones…

—2Persons

—22Collected treatment

—3The ancient world

—31China


T2 table 2 areas periods persons t21

T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2

—4Europe Western Europe

—41British Isles

—42England and Wales

—43Central Europe Germany

—44 France and Monaco

—45Italian Peninsula and adjacent islands Italy

—5Asia Orient Far East

—51China and adjacent areas

—52Japan

—53Arabian Peninsula …


T2 table 2 areas periods persons t22

T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2

—4–9Modern world; extraterrestrial worlds

Class comprehensive works on specific jurisdictions, regions, or features extending over more than one country, state, county, or other unit and identified by * with the unit where noted in this table…

—4Europe Western Europe


T2 table 2 areas periods persons t23

T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2

SUMMARY

—41British Isles

—411Scotland

—412Northeastern Scotland

—413Southeastern Scotland

—414Southwestern Scotland

—415Ireland

—416Ulster Northern Ireland

—417Republic of Ireland (Eire)

—418Leinster

—419Munster

—42England and Wales

—421Greater London


Adding specificity table 2

Adding specificity - Table 2

Two ways to utilize

  • Add number for geographic area from Table 2 when directed to do so in schedule

    or

  • Add —09 standard subdivision from Table 1, then for locale from Table 2


Our book

Our book:

Local taxes in Selby


Where do we find numbers for taxes

Where do we find numbers for taxes?

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


336 economics 336

336 Economics 336

.201 41Local taxes in areas, regions, places in general…

.201 43–.201 49Local taxes in specific continents, countries, states and provinces

Add to base number 336.2014 notation 3–9 from Table 2, e.g., local taxes in Pennsylvania 336.2014748

Go to Table 2

Local taxes in Selby

Local taxes in locality

336.2014


T2 table 2 areas periods persons t24

T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2

—428 4North Yorkshire and York City

—428 41Craven District

—428 42Harrogate Borough

—428 43York City

—428 45Selby District

—428 46Ryedale District

Local taxes in Selby

336.2014

42845

Local taxes

Local taxes

(schedule)

+

Selby

(Table 2)


796 recreational and performing arts 796

796 Recreational and performing arts 796

.72Automobile racing

.7206Organizations, facilities, management

.720 68Racetracks and speedways

Do not use for management; class in 796.72069

Add to base number 796.72068 notation 1–9 from Table 2, e.g. Indianapolis Motor Speedway 796.7206877252

Go to Table 2

Automobile Racetracks in Loch Lomond

Racetracks & speedways

796.72068


Looking for loch lomond

Looking for Loch Lomond

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


Relative index4

Relative Index

Loch Broom (Scotland)T2―411 52

Loch Lomond (Scotland)T2—414 2

Loch Ness (Scotland)T2—411 56

Loch Ness monster001.944

Lochaber (Scotland)T2—411 56

Lockouts331.894

Automobile Racetracks in Loch Lomond

Racetracks & speedways

796.72068


Four volumes of ddc 212

Four volumes of DDC 21

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


T2 table 2 areas periods persons t25

T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2

—414 2Argyll and Bute

Class here western part of former Dumbarton District; Campbeltown, Dunoon, Helensburgh, Oban; Loch Lomond

Automobile Racetracks in Loch Lomond

Racetracks & speedways

796.72068

4142

Racetracks

(schedule)

Loch Lomond

(Table 2)

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796 recreational and performing arts 7961

796 Recreational and performing arts 796

.73Automobile rallies

.75Motorcycle and motor scooter racing

.756Motocross

.76Midget car racing (Karting)

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Motorcycle racing in Loch Lomond

Motorcycle racing

796.75


Four volumes of ddc 213

Four volumes of DDC 21

Volume

1

Tables

Volume

4

Index

Manual

Volume

2

000-599

Volume

3

600-999


T1 table 1 standard subdivisions t112

T1 Table 1. Standard Subdivisions T1

—093–099Treatment by specific continents, countries, localities; extraterrestrial worlds

History and description by place, by specific instance of the subject

Add to base number —09 notation 3–9 from Table 2…

Go to Table 2

Motorcycle racing in Loch Lomond

Motorcycle racing

796.75

09


T2 table 2 areas periods persons t26

T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2

—414 2Argyll and Bute

Class here western part of former Dumbarton District; Campbeltown, Dunoon, Helensburgh, Oban; Loch Lomond

Motorcycle racing in Loch Lomond

Motorcycle racing by locality

796.7509

4142

Motorcycle racing

(schedule)

By locality

(Table 1)

Loch Lomond

(Table 2)


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