Beinecke Cataloging Manual - Italian Festivals
Scope | Size | Marking | Classification | Subjects
The Italian Festivals Collection was acquired over a four year period. It consists of 247 titles dating from 1541 to 1862. The general cataloging policies for pre-1800 monographs are followed. This is a closed collection; however, policies for notes and access points are followed for other festival books.
SizeThe size boundaries are:
MarkingThe following guidelines are used when marking volumes for Italian Festivals.
ClassificationItalian Festivals are classed as a name collection with sequential numbering. The festival books are arranged by city of publishing, and then by date.
Octavo ‡b beingen ‡h Italian Festivals ‡i 8 Quarto ‡b beingen ‡h Italian Festivals ‡i +3 Folio ‡b beingen ‡h Italian Festivals ‡i Folio 2
Provide a summary note describing the festival (e.g. Festival in Ferrara for the occasion of the marriage of Francis Stephen, Duke of Lorraine, and Maria Theresa, Archduchess of Austria, held in the presence of Count Ludwig Khevenhüller)
Cite the following whenever appropriate:
Adams, Herbert Mayow.
Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries.
London: Cambridge University Press, 1967. 2 vols.
CITE AS: Adams
Harvard College Library. Dept. of Printing and Graphic Arts.
Catalogue of books and manuscripts. Compiled by Ruth Mortimer under the supervision of Philip Hofer and
William A. Jackson. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1964-74,
pt. 2. Italian 16th century books (2 v.).
CITE AS: Mortimer, R. Italian 16th cent.
Festivals and ceremonies: a bibliography of works relating to court, civic and religious festivals in Europe 1500-1800
Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly and Anne Simon. London: Mansell, 2000.
CITE AS: Watanabe-O'Kelly & Simon. Festivals and ceremonies
510 4 ‡a Watanabe-O'Kelly & Simon. Festivals and ceremonies, ‡c 718
Subject, genre, and added tracings
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