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Library of Congress Classification System

Library of Congress Classification System
1. [Introduction][] 2. [Reading LOC Numbers][] 3. [The LOC Categories][] Introduction ————————————————————————————- The Library of Congress Classification System organizes material in libraries according to twenty-one branches of knowledge (listed below). The 21 categories (labeled A to Z, but missing I, O, W, X and Y) are further divided by adding one or two additional letters and a set of numbers. This system is in use at the Library of Congress and at many academic and research libraries in Canada and the United States. Sources for this data include the LC Classification Outline. Sixth Edition. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1990. (Call number: Z 696.U42.1990) and the in-depth outlines at the beginning of Library of Congress Classification Schedules. Reading LOC Numbers ——————————————————————————————————————— To be able to efficiently read Library of Congress (LC) call numbers is quite a skill. This tutorial (adapted from one on [about.com][]) should help. Let’s start with a sample call number:

### QE534.2.B64

### Call numbers can begin with one, two, or three letters. - The first letter of a call number represents one of the 21 major divisions of the LC System. In the example, the subject “[Q][]” is Science.

- The second letter “[E][]” represents a subdivision of the sciences, Geology. All books in the [QE’s][E] are primarily about Geology.

- Books in categories [E][1], United States History, and [F][], Local U.S. History and American History, do not have a second letter (exception: in Canada, [FC][] is used for Canadian history).

- Books about Law, [K’s][], can have three letters, such as [KFH - Law of Hawaii][]. Some areas of history ([D][]) also have three-letter call numbers. - Most other subject areas will have call numbers beginning with one or two letters.

- For most of the subject areas, the single letter represents books of a general nature for that subject area (i.e. [Q - General Science][Q] or [D - General World History][D]). ### Numbers after letters. - The first set of numbers in a call number help to define a book’s subject. - “534.2” in the example teaches us more about the book’s subject. The range QE 500-625 are books about “Dyamic and Structural Geology.” - Books with call numbers QE534.2 are specifically “Earthquakes, Seismology - General Works - 1970 to Present” - One of the most frequently used number in call numbers is “1” which is often used for general periodicals in a given subject area. - For example, Q1.S3 is the call number for the journal *Science.* - Journals are also given call numbers based on the specific subject. - For example, QE531.E32 is the call number for the journal *Earthquake Spectra* as QE531 is the call number for periodicals about “Earthquakes, Seismology” ### Cutter Number - The cutter number is a coded representation of the author or organization’s name or the title of the work (also known as the “Main Entry” in library-lingo). - Charles Ammi Cutter first developed cutter numbers using a two-number table. - A three-number table was developed in 1969. - In our above example, QE534.2.B64, the B64 is taken from the two-number table and represents the author’s last name, Bruce A. Bolt. - The book is *Earthquakes*. - Some books have two Cutters, the first one is usually a further breakdown of the subject matter. - For example, QA 76.76 H94 M88 is a book located in the Mathematics section of the Q’s. - QA 76 is about Computer Science. - The “.76” indicates Special Topics in Automation. - “H94” tells us that this is a book about HTML. - “M88” represents the last name of the first author listed’s last name, Musciano. - The book is *HTML: The Definitive Guide*

Shelving and Locating ——————————- Items are shelved by call numbers - in both alphabetical and numerical order. The letters at the beginning of the call number are alphabetical. The numbers immediately following are in basic numerical order, i.e. 5 then 6, 50 is after 49 and before 51, and 100 is after 99. Thus,

———- ———- ———- ———— ———— QD 1\ QD 2\ QD 3\ QD 29\ QD 30 A3 A 31 Z 4 C 3 A 2 ———- ———- ———- ———— ————

The cutter numbers (A3, A31, Z4, C3, and A2 in the above example) are sorted first by the letter and then by the number as a decimal. For QD 1 A5 think of it as being QD 1 A 0.5, for QD 1 A332 read QD 1 A 0.332. Therefore,

———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- QD 1\ QD 1\ QD 1\ QD 1\ QD 1\ QD 1\ QD 1 A3 A 31 A 311 A 4 A 41 A 415 A 42 ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———- ———-

Dates, volume and issue numbers, copy numbers, and other annotations are like an additional cutter number but are shelved by basic alphabetization (numbers alone come before letters):

Q 10 C 3

Q 10 C 3 1933

Q 10 C 3 1990

Q 10 C 3 1996 copy 1 Q 10 C 3 1996 copy 2 QD 1 A 5 Vol. 1

QD 1 A 5 Vol.2

QD 1 A 5 Vol. 2 Plates QD 1 A 5 Vol. 2 Supplement

The LOC Categories —————————————————————————————————————-

- [A - General Works][] - [B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion][] - [C - Auxiliary Sciences of History][] - [D - History: General & Outside the Americas][] - [E - History: United States][] - [F - History: United States Local & America][] - [G - Geography, Anthropology, Recreation][] - [H - Social Sciences][] - [J - Political Science][] - [K - Law][] - [L - Education][] - [M - Music][] - [N - Fine Arts][] - [P - Language and Literature][] - [Q - Science][] - [R - Medicine][] - [S - Agriculture][] - [T - Technology][] - [U - Military Science][] - [V - Naval Science][] - [Z - Library Science & Information Resources][]

A - General Works =================

———— ———————————————————————————- [AC][] [Collections, Series, Collected Works.][AC] [AE][] [Encyclopedias (General).][AE] [AG][] [Dictionaries and Other General Reference Works.][AG] [AI][] [Indexes (General).][AI] [AM][] [Museums. Collectors and Collecting.][AM] [AN][] [Newspapers.][AN] [AP][] [Periodicals.][AP] [AS][] [Academies and Learned Societies (General).][AS] [AY][] [Yearbooks. Almanacs. Directories.][AY] [AZ][] [History of Scholarship and Learning. The Humanities.][AZ] ———— ———————————————————————————- * * * * * ————————————————- ——————- ————————————————————————————- **AC** **1-199** **Collections, Series, Collected Works** 1-195 Collections of Monographs, Essays, etc. 801-895 Inaugural and Program Dissertations 901-995 Pamphlet Collections 999 Scrapbooks **AE** **1-90** **Encyclopedias (General)** **AG** **1-600** **Dictionaries and Other General Reference Works** 1-90 Dictionaries, Minor Encyclopedias 103-190 General Works, Pocketbooks, Receipts, etc. 195-196 Questions and Answers 240-243 Wonders, Curiosities 250 Pictorial Works 305-313 Notes and Queries 500-551 Clipping Bureaus, Information Bureaus **AI** **1-21** **Indexes (General)** 21 Indexes to Individual Newspapers **AM** **1-501** **Museums (General), Collectors and Collecting** 10-101 Museography 111-160 Museology, Museum Methods, Techniques, etc. 200-501 Collectors and Collecting, Private Collections **AN** **Newspapers** **AP** **1-271** **Periodicals (General)** 101-115 Humorous Periodicals 200-203 Juvenile Periodicals **AS** **1-911** **Academies and Learned Societies (General)** **AY** **10-2001** **Yearbooks, Almanacs, Directories (General)** 30-1730 Almanacs 2001 Directories **AZ** **20-999** **History of Scholarship and Learning, The Humanities** 999 Popular Errors, Delusions, and Superstitions ————————————————- ——————- ————————————————————————————- B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion ==================================== ———— —————————————————————————— [B][] [Philosophy (General).][B] [BC][] [Logic.][BC] [BD][] [Speculative Philosophy.][BD] [BF][] [Psychology, Parapsychology, Occult Sciences.][BF] [BH][] [Aesthetics.][BH] [BJ][] [Ethics. Social Usages. Etiquette.][BJ] [BL][] [Religion.][BL] [BM][] [Judaism.][BM] [BP][] [Islam, Bahaism, Theosophy.][BP] [BQ][] [Buddhism.][BQ] [BR][] [Christianity.][BR] [BS][] [The Bible.][BS] [BT][] [Doctrinal Theology.][BT] [BV][] [Practical Theology.][BV] [BX][] [Christian Denominations.][BX] ———— —————————————————————————— * * * * *
**B** **1-5739** **Philosophy (General).**
108-708 Ancient
720-765 Medieval
770-785 Renaissance
***790-5739*** ***Modern***
850-5739 By Region or Country
**BC** **1-199** **Logic.**
**BD** **10-701** **Speculative Philosophy.**
10-41 General Philosophical Works
95-131 Metaphysics
143-236 Epistemology, Theory of Knowledge
240-260 Methodology
300-450 Ontology (including the soul, life, death)
493-701 Cosmology (including teleology, space and time, structure of matter, plurality of worlds)
**BF** **1-1999** **Psychology, Parapsychology, Occult Sciences.**
**1-940** **Psychology**
173-175 Psychoanalysis
176 Psychological Tests and Testing
180-205 Experimental Psychology
207-209 Psychotropic Drugs
231-299 Sensation, Aesthiology
309-499 Consciousness, Cognition, Perception, Intuition (including learning, attention, comprehension, memory, imagination, genius, intelligence, thought and thinking, mental fatigue)
501-504.3 Motivation
511-593 Emotion, Feeling, Affection
608-635 Will, Choice, Volition
636-637 Applied Psychology
660-685 Comparative Psychology
698-698.9 Personality
699-711 Genetic Psychology
***712-724.85*** ***Developmental Psychology***
721-723 Child Psychology
795-839.5 Temperament, Character (Ethology)
839.8-861 Physiognomy
866-885 Phrenology
889-905 Graphology
908-940 The Hand, Palmistry
***1001-1389*** ***Parapsychology***
1048-1108 Hallucinations, Sleep, Dreaming, Visions
1111-1156 Hypnotism, Suggestion, Mesmerism, Subliminal Projection
1161-1171 Telepathy, Mind Reading, Thought Transference
1228-1389 Spiritualism (including mediumship, spirit messages, clairvoyance)
***1404-1999*** ***Occult Sciences***
1445-1486 Ghosts, Apparitions, Hauntings
1501-1562 Demonology, Satanism, Possession
1562.5-1584 Witchcraft
1585-1623 Magic, Hermetics, Necromany
1651-1729 Astrology
1745-1779 Oracles, Divinations
1783-1815 Seers, Prophets, Prophecies
1845-1891 Fortune-Telling

**BH**

**1-301** **Aesthetics.**
**BJ** **1-2195** **Ethics. Social Usages. Etiquette.**
71-1185 History and Systems (including individual ethical philosophers)
1188-1295 Religious Ethics
1518-1697 Individual Ethics, Character, Virtue (including practical and applied ethics, conduct of life, success)
1725 Ethics of Social Groups, Classes, etc., Professional Ethics
1801-2195 Social Usages, Etiquette
**BL** **1-2790** **Religions, Mythology, Rationalism**
1-50 Religion (General)
51-65 Religion in Relation to Special Subjects
70-71 Sacred Books (General)
71.5-72 Biography
74-98 Religions of the World
***175-290*** ***Natural Theology***
175-190 General
200 Theism
205-215 Nature and Attributes of Deity
217 Polytheism
218 Dualism
220 Pantheism
221 Monotheism
224-226 Creation, Theory of the Earth
239-265 Religion and Science
270 Unity and Plurality
290 The Soul
300-325 The Myth, Comparative Mythology
350-385 Classification of Religions
410 Religions in Relation to One Another
***425-490*** ***Religious Doctrines (General)***
430 Origins of Religion
435-457 Nature Worship
458 Women in Comparative Religion
460 Sex Worship, Phallicism
465-470 Worship of Human Beings
473-490 Other
500-547 Eschatology
500-619 Worship, Cults
624-627 Religious Life
630-632.5 Religious Organization
***660-2670*** ***History and Principles of Religions***
660 Indo-European, Aryan
685 Ural-Altaic
687 Mediterranean Region
*690-980* *European, Occidental*
700-820 Classical (Etruscan, Greek, Roman)
830-875 Germanic and Norse
900-980 Other European
*1000-2370* *Asian, Oriental*
1000-1035 General
1050-1060 By Region
*1100-1295* *Hinduism*
1100-1107.5 General
1108.2-1108.7 Religious Education
1109.2-1109.7 Antiquities
*1111-1143.2* *Sacred Books, Sources*
1112.2-1137.5 Vedic Texts
1140.2-1140.4 Puranas
1141.2-1142.6 Tantric Texts
1145-1146 Hindu Literature
1150-1168 By Religion or Country
1212.32-1212.56 Doctrines, Theology
1216-1225 Hindu Pantheon, Deities
1225.2-1243.58 Religious Life
1243.72-1243.78 Monasteries, Temples, etc/
*1271.2-1295* *Modifications, Sects*
1284.5-1288.8 Vaishnavism
*1300-1380* *Jainism*
1310-1314.2 Sacred Books, Source
1315-1317 Jain Literature
1376-1378.85 Forms of Worship
1379-1380 Modifications, etc.
1500-1590 Zoroastrianism (Mazdeism), Parseeism
1595 Yezidis
*1600-1695* *Semitic*
1600-1605 General
1610 Aramean
1615-1616 Sumerian
1620-1625 Assyro-Babylonian
1630 Chaldean
1635 Harranian, Pseudo-Sabian
1640 Syrian, Palestinian, Samaritan
1650 Hebrew. Judaism, see [BM][]
1660-1665 Phenician, Cathaginian, etc.
1670-1672 Canaanite
1675 Moabite, Philistine
1680-1685 Arabian (except Islam, see [BP][]
1695 Druses
1710 Eithiopian
*1750-2350* *By Region or Country*
*1800-1975* *China*
1830-1882 Confucianism
1899-1942 Taoism
*2000-2032* *India*
2017-2018.7 Sikhism
*2200-2228* *Japan*
2216-2227.8 Shintoism
2230-2240 Korea
*2400-2490* *African*
2420-2460 Egyptian
2500-2592 American. American Indians, see [E][2] and [F][3]
2600-2630 Oceania
2690 Arctic Regions
2700-2790 Rationalism
**BM** **1-990** **Judaism**
***1-449*** ***70-135***
70-135 Study and Teaching
*150-449* *History*
201-449 By Region or Country
***480-488.5*** ***Pre-Talmudic Jewish Literature***
487-488.5 Dead Sea Scrolls
***495-532*** ***Sources of Jewish Religion, Rabbinical Literature***
*497-509* *Talmudic Literature*
497-497.8 Mishnah
498 Palestinian Talmud
499-504.7 Babylonian Talmud
507-507.5 Baraita
508-508.5 Tosefta
510-518 Midrash
520-523.7 Halacha
525 Cabala
529 Jewish Tradition
534-538 Relation of Judaism to Special Subject Fields
545-582 Principles of Judaism (General)
585-585.2 Controversial Works Against the Jews
590-591 Jewish Works Against Christianity ond Islam
600-645 Dogmatic Judaism
646 Heresy, Heresies
648 Apologetics
***650-747*** ***Practical Judaism***
651-652.7 Rabbis, Priests, etc.
653-653.7 Congregations, Synagogues
654-655.6 The Tabernacle, The Temple
656-657 Forms of Worship
660-679 Liturgy and Ritual
690-695 Festivals and Fasts
700-720 Rites and Customs
723-729 Jewish Way of Life, Spiritual Life, Personal Religion
730-747 Preaching, Homilitics
750-755 Biography
900-990 Samaritans
**BP** **1-610** **Islam, Bahaism, Theosophy.**
***1-253*** ***Islam***
*1-68* General
42-48 Study and Teaching
50-68 History
*70-80* *Biography*
75-77.75 Mohammad
87-89 Islamic Literature
*100-137.5* *Sacred Books*
*100-134* *Koran*
128.15-129.83 Special Parts and Chapters
130-134 Works About the Koran
135-136.9 Hadith Literature, Traditions, Sunna
137-137.5 Koranic and Other Islamic Legends
160-165 General Works on Islam
165.5 Dogma (‘Aqa’id)
166-166.94 Theology (Kalam)
167.5 Heresy, Heresies
168 Apostasy from Islam
169 Works Against Islam and the Koran
170 Works in Defense of Islam, Islamic Apolpgetics
170.2 Benevolent Work, Social Work, Welfare Work, etc.
170.3-170.5 Missionary Work of Islam
171-173 Relation of Islam to Other Religions
173.25-173.45 Islamic Sociology
*174-190* *The Practice of Islam*
176-181 The Five Duties of a Moslem
182 Jihad (Holy War)
184-184.9 Religious Ceremonies, Rites, etc.
186-186.97 Special Days and Seasons, Fasts, Feasts, Festivals, etc.
187-187.9 Shrines, Sacred Places, etc.
*188-190* *Islamic Religious Life*
188.2-188.3 Devotional Literature
188.45-189.65 Sufism, Mysticism, Dervishes
189.68-189.7 Monasticism
*191-253* *Branches, Sects, and Modifications*
192-194.9 Shiites
221-223 Black Muslims
231-233 Moorish Science Temple of America
251-253 Nurculuk
300-395 Bahaism
500-585 Theosophy
595-597 Anthroposophy
600-610 Other Beliefs and Movements
**BQ** **1-9800** **Buddhism.**
251-799 History
840-999 Biography
860-939 Gautama Buddha
1001-1045 Buddhist Literature
1100-3340 Tripitaka (Canonical Literature)
4061-4570 Doctrinal and Systematics Buddhism
4620-4890 Buddhist Pantheon
4911-5720 Practice of Buddhism, Forms of Worship
5851-5899 Benevolent Work
5901-5975 Missionary Work
6001-6388 Monasticism
7001-9800 Modifications, Schools, etc.
**BR** **1-1725** **Christianity.**
60-67 Early Christian Literature, Fathers of the Church
140-1500 History
1690-1725 Biography
**BS** **1-2970** **The Bible.**
410-780 Works about The Bible
701-1830 Old Testament
1901-2970 New Testament

**BT**

**10-1480** **Doctrinal Theology.**
19-30 Doctrine and Dogma
98-180 God
119-123 Holy Spirit, The Paraclete
198-590 Christology
595-685 Mary, Mother of Jesus, Mariology
695-748 Creation
750-810.2 Salvation
819-891 Eschatology (Death, Resurrection, Judgment, Immortality, etc.)
899-950 Future Life
1095-1255 Apologetics, Evidences of Christianity
1313-1480 History of Specific Doctrines and Movements
**BV** **1-5099** **Practical Theology**
5-530 Worship (Public and Private)
590-1652 Ecclesiastical Theology
2000-3705 Missions
3750-3799 Evangelism, Revivals
4000-4470 Pastoral Theology
4485-5099 Practical Religion, The Christian Life
**BX** **1-9999** **Christian Denominations.**
1-9.5 Church Unity, Ecumenical Movement
100-189 Eastern Churches
200-754 Orthodox Eastern Church
800-4795 Roman Catholic Church
4800-9999 Protestantism
C - Auxiliary Sciences of History =================================

———— ———————————————————————- [C][] [Auxillary Sciences of History (General).][C] [CB][] [History of Civilization.][CB] [CC][] [Archaeology.][CC] [CD][] [Diplomatics, Archives, Seals.][CD] [CE][] [Calendar, Technical Chronology.][CE] [CJ][] [Numismatics, Coins, Medals.][CJ] [CN][] [Inscriptions, Epigraphy.][CN] [CR][] [Heraldry.][CR] [CS][] [Genealogy.][CS] [CT][] [General Biography.][CT] ———— ———————————————————————-

* * * * * ————————————————- ————————- ——————————————————————————————————————— **C** **1-51** **Auxillary Sciences of History (General).** **CB** **3-481** **History of Civilization.** 156 Terrestrial Evidence of Interplanetary Voyages 158-161 Forecasts of Future Progress 195-281 Civilization and Race 305-430 By Period ***440-481*** ***Relation to Special Topics*** 478 Technology **CC** **1-960** **Archaeology.** 72-72.7 Philosophy, Theory 73-81 Methodology 135-137 Preservation, Restoration, and Conservation of Antiquities, Antiquities and State 140 Forgeries of Antiquities 200-255 Bells, Campanology 300-350 Crosses 600-605 Boundry Stones 700-705 Stone Heaps, Cairns, etc. of Unknown Purpose 710 Hill Figures 960 Lanterns of the Dead **CD** **1-6471** **Diplomatics, Archives, Seals.** ***1-511*** ***Diplomatics*** 70-79 Practice of Special Chancelleries 80-81 Formularies 87 Forgeries of Documents 91-392 Collection of Documents, Facimilies, etc. for Study ***921-4280*** ***Archives (Science of, Guides To, Inventories)*** 995-996.4 History and Statistics 997 Biographies of Archivists 1000-4280 By Region or Country ***5001-6471*** ***Seals*** 5201-5391 Ancient 5501-5557 Medieval 5561 Renaissance 5575-6471 Modern **CE** **1-97** **Calendar, Technical Chronology.** 21-46 Ancient 51-85 Medieval and Modern 91-92 Perpetual Calendars, Century Calendars, etc. **CJ** **1-6661** **Numismatics, Coins, Medals.** ***1-4625*** ***Coins*** 153-161 Finds of Coins 205-1397 Ancient 1509-4625 Medieval and Modern ***4801-5450*** ***Tokens*** 4861-4889 By Period 4901-5336 By Region or Country 5350-5450 Special Uses of Tokens ***5501-6661*** ***Medals and Medallions*** 5581-5690 Ancient 5723-5793 Medieval and Modern 5795-6661 By Region or Country **CN** **1-1355** **Inscriptions, Epigraphy.** ***120-745*** ***Ancient Inscriptions*** 350-455 Greek 510-740 Latin 750-753 Early Inscriptions 755 Medieval Inscriptions (General) 760 Modern Inscriptions 805-865 By Language 870-1355 By Region or Country **CR** **1-6305** **Heraldry.** 51-79 Crests, Monograms, Devices, Badges, Mottoes, etc. 91-93 Shields and Supporters 101-115 Flags, Banners, and Standards 191-1020 Public and Official Heraldry 1101-1131 Ecclesiastical and Sacred Heraldry 1179-3395 Family Heraldry 3499-4420 Titles of Honor, Rank, Precedence, etc. 4480-4485 Royalty, Insignia, Regalia, Crown and Coronets, etc. ***4501-6305*** ***Chivalry and Knighthood*** 4547-4553 Ceremonials, Pageants, Tournaments, etc. 4571-4595 Duels and Dueling 4651-6305 Orders **CS** **1-3090** **Genealogy.** 25-35 Genealogical Lists, etd., Covering More Than One Country or Continent 38-39 Family History Covering More Than One Country 42-2209 By Region or Country 2300-3090 Personal and Family Names **CT** **21-9999** **General Biography.** (for biography associated with a particular subject, see the subject.) 21-22 Biography as an Art or Literary Form 31-83 History of Biographical Literature, Lives of Biographers 93-206 General Collective Biography 206 Portraits 210-3150 National Biography ***3200-9999*** ***Biography, By Subject*** 3200-3830 Biography of Women (Collective) 3990 Academicicans, Scholars, Savants 4150-9950 Special Subjects 9960-9998 Other Miscellaneous Groups 9999 Blank Books for Personal Records, Diaries, etc. ————————————————- ————————- ———————————————————————————————————————

D - History: General & Outside the Americas =========================================== ————- —————————————————————————- [D][] [General World History.][D] [DA][] [Great Britian.][DA] [DAW][] [Central Eurpoe.][DAW] [DB][] [Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia.][DB] [DC][] [France.][DC] [DD][] [Germany.][DD] [DE][] [The Mediterranean Region.][DE] [DF][] [Greece.][DF] [DG][] [Italy.][DG] [DH][] [Belgium, Luxemburg.][DH] [DJ][] [Netherlands (Holland).][DJ] [DK][] [Russia and former Soviet Republics.][DK] [DL][] [Northern Europe, Scandinavia.][DL] [DP][] [Spain, Portugal.][DP] [DQ][] [Switzerland.][DQ] [DR][] [Balkan Peninsula.][DR] [DS][] [Asia.][DS] [DT][] [Africa.][DT] [DU][] [Oceania, Australia, New Zealand.][DU] [DX][] [Roma (Gypsies).][DX] ————- —————————————————————————-

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**D** **1-1075** **General World History.**
***1-24.5*** ***General***
1 Periodicals, Societies
2 Yearbooks, Registers
3 Congresses, Conferences, etc., By Country
5 Sources and Documents, Collections
5.5 Minor Sources, Source Books
6 Collected Works: Several Authors
7 Collected Works: Individual Authors
8 Minor Works, Pamphlets, etc.
9 Dictionaries
10 Minor Reference Books (anecdotes, curiosa, allusions, etc.)
11 Chronological Tables, etc.: General
11.5 Chronological Tables, etc.: Special
12 Pictorial Atlases
13 Historiography: General Works
13.2 Historiography: Criticisms and Reviews
14 Biographies of Historians: Collective
15 Biographies of Historians: Individual, A-Z
16 Methodology, Relation to Other Sciences
16.2 Study and Teaching: General Works
16.25 Study and Teaching: General Special
16.3 Study and Teaching: United States
16.4 Study and Teaching: Other Countries, A-Z
16.5 Study and Teaching: Schools, by Place or Name, A-Z
16.7 Philosophy of History: General Works to 1800
16.8 Philosophy of History: General Works 1801-
16.9 Special Topics
17 World Histories: Chronicles and Works Written before 1525
18 World Histories: Chronicles and Works Written from 1525 to 1800
20 World Histories: General Works, 1801-
21 World Histories: Compends, Textbooks, Outlines, Syllabi
21.1 World Histories: Pictoral Works
21.3 World Histories: General Special
21.5 World Histories: Historical Geography
22 History of Several Countries Treated Together
23 General Popular Works
23.5 Comic and Satirical Works
24 Historical Events Not Restricted to One Country or Period
24.5 Other
25-27 Military and Naval History
31-34 Political and Diplomatic History
51-95 Ancient History
101-110.5 Medieval and Modern History (General)
***111-203*** ***Medieval History***
135-149 Migrations
151-173 Crusades
175-195 Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, Latin Orient
198-199.7 Islamic Empire
200-203 Later Medieval (11th-15th Centuries)
***204-893*** ***Modern History***
219-234 1453-1648
*242-283.5* *1601-1715*
251-271 Thirty Years’ War, 1618-1648
274.5-6 Anglo-French War, 1666-1667
275-276 War of Devolution, 1667-1668
277-278.5 Dutch War, 1672-1678
279-280.5 War of the Grand Alliance, 1688-1697
281-283.5 War of Spanish Succession, 1701-1714
*284-297* *1715-1789*
291-294 War of Austrian Succession, 1740-1748
297 Seven Years’ War, 1756-1763
301-309 1789-1815, French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Period
*351-400* *Nineteenth Century*
371-379 Eastern Question
383 1815-1830, Holy Alliance, Quadruple Alliance - 1815
394-400 1871-, Later Nineteenth Century
*410-850* *Twentieth Century*
501-680 World War I (1914-1918)
720-728 Period Between World Wars (1919-1939)
731-838 World War II (1939-1945)
839-850 Post World War II History (1945- )
880-888 Developing Countries
890-893 Eastern Hemisphere
***900-1075*** ***Europe (General)***
901-980 Description and Travel
1050-1075 History
**DA** **1-995** **Great Britian, Ireland.**
10-18 British Empire
***20-690*** ***England***
20-27.5 General
*28-592* *History*
28-35 General
40-89.6 Political, Military, Naval, and Air Force History
90-125 Antiquities, Social Life and Customs, Races
*129-260* *Early and Medieval History to 1485*
140-199 Celts, Romans, Saxons, Danes, Normans
*200-260* *1154-1485, Angevins, Plantagenets, Lancaster-York*
250-260 War of the Roses, 1455-1485
*300-592* *Modern, 1485-*
310-360 Tudors, 1485-1603
350-360 Elizabethan Age, Elizabeth I
385-398 Early Stuarts, 1603-1642
400-429 Civil War and Commonwealth, 1642-1660
430-497 Later Stuarts, 1660-1714
*498-592* *House of Hanover (Windsor), 1714-*
550-565 Victorian Era, 1837-1901
566-592 Twentieth Century
600-668 Description and Travel
670 Counties, Regions, etc, A-Z
675-689 London
690 Other Cities, Towns, etc, A-Z
***700-745*** ***Wales***
700-713 General
714-722.1 History
725-735 Description and Travel, etc.
740-745 Local History and Description
***750-890*** ***Scotland***
750-757 General
*758-826* *History*
758-763 Genera;
765-774.5 Political and Military History, Antiquities, etc.
*777-790* *Early and Medieval to 1603*
783.2-45 War of Independence, 1285-1371
783.5-790 Stuarts
*800-814.5* *1603-1745*
807 The Union, 1707
813-814.5 The Jacobite Movements, 1707-1745
815-826 Nineteenth-Twentieth Centuries
850-878 Description and Travel
880-890 Local History and Description
***900-995*** ***Ireland***
900-908.7 General
*910-965* *History*
910-916.7 General History
916.8-927 Antiquities, Social Life and Customs, Races
930-937.5 Early and Medieval to 1603
933.3 English Conquest, 1154-1189
*938-965* *Modern, 1603-*
949.5 The Union, 1800
950-965 Nineteenth-Twentieth Centuries
963 Republic of Ireland, Eire, 1922-
969-987 Description and Travel, etc.
990-995 Local History and Description
990.U45-46 Northern Ireland (Ulster)
**DAW** **1001-1051** **Central Europe.**
1001-1028 General
1031-1051 History
**DB** **1-3150** **Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia.**
1-879 Austria
881-898 Lichtenstein
901-999 Hungary
2000-3150 Czech Republic, Slovakia (former Czechoslovakia)
**DC** **1-947** **France, Andorra, Monaco.**
1-20.5 General
21-29 Description and Travel
139-249 French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Period
630-655.5 Alsace-Lorraine
701-790 Paris
921-930 Andorra
941-947 Monaco
**DD** **1-901** **Germany.**
1-21 General
21.5-43 Description and Travel
201-261.7 19th-20th Centuries
253-256.5 The Third Reich (1933-1945)
280-289 East Germany
301-454 Prussia
701-901 Local History and Description
**DE** **1-100** **The Mediterranean Region, The Greco-Roman World.**
1-15 General
23-31 Geography
46-73 Antiquities, Social Life and Customs, Races
80-93 History
**DF** **10-951** **Greece.**
10-289 Ancient Greece
501-649 Medieval Greece, Byzantine Empire, 323-1453
701-951 Modern Greece
915-936 Athens
951 Other Cities and Towns
**DG** **11-999** **Italy.**
11-365 Ancient Italy, Rome to 476
61-69 Rome (Ancient City)
401-583 Medieval and Modern Italy, 476-
670-684.72 Venice
791-800 Papal States, Vatican City
803-817.3 Rome (Modern City)
861-868 Sicily
987-999 Malta
**DH** **1-925** **Belgium, Luxembourg.**
401-811 Belgium
901-925 Luxembourg
**DJ** **1-500** **Netherlands (Holland)**
1-30 General
34-40 Description and Travel
95-289 History
401-411 Local History and Description
**DK** **1-4800** **Russia, Former Soviet Republics, Poland**
1-18 General
70-112 Early History to 1613
113-264.8 House of Romanov, 1613-1917
265 Revolution, 1917-1921
541-579 St. Petersburg, Leningrad
590-609 Moscow
751-781 Siberia
4010-4800 Poland
**DL** **1-1180** **Northern Europe, Scandinavia.**
101-291 Denmark
301-398 Iceland
401-596 Norway
601-991 Sweden
1002-1180 Finland
**DP** **1-776** **Spain, Portugal.**
285-302 Spain Local History and Description
350-374 Madrid
501-900 Portugal
752-776 Lisbon
**DQ** **1-851** **Switzerland.**
301-800 Cantons
820-841 Alps
**DR** **1-2285** **Balkan Peninsula.**
51-98 Bulgaria
201-296 Romania
401-741 Turkey
716-739 Istanbul
901-998 Albania
1202-2285 Yugoslavia
**DS** **1-937** **Asia.**
1-5.9 General
31-35 History
35.3-35.8 The Islamic World
36-39.2 Arab Countries (including North Africa)
41-66 Southwestern Asia, Ancient Orient, Near East
67-79.9 Iraq
80-90 Lebanon
92-99 Syria
101-151 Israel, The Jews, Palestine
133-151 Jews Outside of Israel
153-154.9 Jordan
155-156 Asia Minor
161-199 Armenia
201-248 Arabian Peninsula, Saudi Arabia
251-326 Iran
327-329 Ancient Western and Central Asia
331-339.9 Southern Asia, Indian Ocean Region
350-375 Afghanistan
376-392.2 Pakistan
393-396.9 Bangladesh
401-486.8 India
488-490 Sri Lanka
493-495.8 Nepal
498-498.8 Goa
501-519 East Asia, The Far East
527-530.9 Burma
554-554.98 Cambodia
555-555.98 Laos
556-560.72 Vietnam
557-559.8 Vietnamese Conflict
561-589 Thailand
591-599 Malaysia
600-605 Malay Archipelago
611-649 Indonesia
651-689 Philippines
**701-799.9** **China**
777.545-779.29 People’s Republic
781-784.2 Manchuria
785-786 Tibet
798.92-799.9 Taiwan
801-897 Japan
901-937 Korea
930-937 Democratic People’s Republic
**DT** **1-3415** **Africa.**
43-154 Egypt
154.1-159.9 Sudan
160-177 North Africa
179.2-179.9 Northwest Africa
**181-346** **Maghrib, Barbary States**
211-239 Libya
241-269 Tunisia
271-299 Algeria
301-330 Morocco
331-346 Sahara
348-363.3 Central, Sub-Saharan Africa
**365-469** **Eastern Africa**
371-398 Ethiopia
401-409 Somalia
411-411.9 Djibouti
433.2-433.29 Uganda
433.5-434 Kenya
436-449 Tanzania
450-450.49 Rwanda
450.5-450.95 Burundi
468-469 East African Islands
**470-671** **West Africa**
**491-516.9** **British West Africa**
509-509.9 Gambia
509.97-512.9 Ghana
515-515.9 Nigeria
516-516.9 Sierra Leone
**521-555.9** **French West Africa**
541-541.9 Benin
543-543.9 Ghana
545-545.9 Ivory Coast
546.1-546.19 Gabon
546.2-546.29 Congo (Brazzaville)
546.3-546.39 Central African Republic
546.4-546.49 Chad
547-547.9 Niger
548 West Sahara
549-549.9 Senegal
551-551.9 Mali
554-554.9 Mauritania
555-555.9 Burkina Faso
561-581 Cameroon
582-582.9 Togo
**591-615.9** **Portuguese-Speaking West Africa**
613-613.9 Guinea-Bissau
615-615.9 Sao Tome and Principe
619-620.9 Spanish West Africa
620-620.9 Equatorial Guinea
621-637 Liberia
639 Congo River Region
641-665 Zaire
669-671 Islands
1001-1190 Southern Africa
1251-1465 Angola
1501-1685 Namibia, South-West Africa
**1701-2405** **South Africa**
1991-2054 Cape Province, Cape of Good Hope
2075-2145 Orange Free State
2181-2278 Natal
2291-2378 Transvaal, South African Republic
2421-2525 Botswana, Bechuanaland
2541-2686 Lesotho, Basutoland
2701-2825 Swaziland
2831-2864 British Central Africa, Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland
2871-3025 Zimbabwe, Southern Rhodesia
3031-3145 Zambia, Northern Rhodesia
3161-3257 Malawi-Nyasaland
3291-3415 Mozambique
**DU** **1-950** **Oceania, Australia, New Zealand.**
80-398 Australia
400-430 New Zeland
490 Melanesia
500 Micronesia
510 Polynesia
**520-950** **Smaller Island Groups**
620-629 Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands
739-747 New Guinea
810-819 Samoan Islands
**DX** **101-301** **Roma (Gypsies).**
E - History: United States ========================== —————————————- [The Revolution - 1776][] [Civil War][] [Twentieth Century][] —————————————- * * * * * ——————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————— ***11-143*** ***America*** 11-29 General. 29 Elements in the Population 31-49.2 North America. 51-73 Pre-Columbian America, The Indians *75-99* *Indians of North America* 81-83 Indian Wars. 99 Indian Tribes and Cultures *101-135* *Discovery of America and Early Explorations.* 103-110 Pre-Columbian Period 111-120 Columbus 121-135 Post-Columbian Period, El Dorado 141-143 Descriptive Accounts of America, Earliest to 1810. ***151-887*** ***United States*** 151-169.12 General *171-183.9* *History* *171-180* General 173 Sources and Documents 175-175.7 Historiography 176-176.8 Biography 179.5 Historical Geography 181 Military History. 182 Naval History 183-183.3 Political History. *183.7-183.9* *Diplomatic History, Foreign and General Relations* 183.8 Relations with Individual Countries *184-185.98* *Elements in the Population* *184.5-185.98* *African-Americans.* 185.2-185.89 Status and Development Since Emancipation 185.96-185.98 Biography, Genealogy *186-199* *Colonial History.* 186-189 General *191-199* *By Period* 191 1607-1689 *195-199* *1689-1775* 196 King William’s War, 1689-1697 197 Queen Anne’s War, 1702-1713 198 King George’s War, 1744-1748 199 French and Indian War, 1766-1763 201-298 The Revolution. ***300-453*** ***Revolution to Civil War.*** *300-302.6* *General* 302 Collected Works of American Statemen 302.1 Political History 302.5-302.6 Biography (late eighteenth century) *303-440.5* *By Period* 303-309 1775-1789, The Confederation, 1783-1789 *310-337* *Constitutional Period, 1789-1809.* 310.7 Diplomatic History, Foreign and General Relations 311-320 Washington’s Administration, 1789-1797. *321-330* *John Adams’ Administration, 1797-1801.* 323 Troubles with Frnace, 1796-1800 *331-337* *Jefferson’s Administration, 1801-1801.* 333 Louisiana Purchase, 1803 335 War with Tripoli, 1801-1805 336-336.5 Neutral Trade and Its Restrictions, 1800-1810 337.5 Nineteenth Century (General) *337.8-400* *Early Nineteenth Century, 1801-1845* 337.8-340 General 337.8 Collected Works of American Statesmen 339-340 Biography *341-370* *Madison’s Administration, 1809-1817.* 351-364.9 War of 1812. 365 War with Algeria, 1815 *371-375* *Monroe’s Administration.* 373 Missouri Compromise 374 Diplomatic History, Foreign Relations 376-380 John Quincy Adams’ Administration, 1825-1829. *381-385* *Jackson’s Administration.* 384.3 Nullification 386-360 Van Buren’s Administration, 1837-1841 391-392 William H. Harrison’s Administration, March 4-April 4, 1841 *396-400* *Tyler’s Administration, April 4, 1841-1845* 398 Northeastern Boundary Disputes, 1783-1845 *401-415.2* *War with Mexico, 1845-1849.* 408 Mexican Cessions of 1848 *415.6-440.5* *Middle Nineteenth Century, 1845-1861* *415.6-415.9* *General* 415.6 Collected Works of American Statements 415.8-415.9 Biography 416-420 Polk’s Administration, 1845-1849 *421-423* *Taylor’s Administration, 1849-July 9, 1850* 423 Slavery Question, 1849-1853 426-430 Filmore’s Administration, 1853-1857 *431-435* *Pierce’s Administration* 433 Slavery Question, 1853-1857 *436-440.5* *Buchanan’s Administration, 1857-1861* 438 Slavery Question, 1857-1861 440.5 State of the Country, November 1860-March 4, 1861 441-453 Slavery in the United States, Antislavery Movements. ***456-655*** ***Civil War Period, 1861-1865.*** 456-459 Lincoln’s Administration, 1861- April 15, 1865. 461-655 The Civil War, 1861-1865 482-489 Confederate States of America. 491-586 Armies, Troops 591-600 Naval History ***660-738*** ***Late Nineteenth Century.*** *660-664* *General* 660 Collected Works of American Statesmen 661.7 Diplomatic History, Foreign and General Relations 663-664 Biography *666-670* *Johnson’s Administration, April 15, 1865-1869.* 668 Reconstruction, 1865-1877 669 Purchase of Alaska, 1867 671-680 Grant’s Administration, 1869-1877 681-685 Hayes’ Administration, 1877-1881 686-687.9 Garfield’s Administration, March 4-September 19, 1881 691-695 Arthur’s Administration, September 19, 1881-1885 696-700 Cleveland’s First Administration, 1885-1889 701-705 Benjamin Harrison’s Administration, 1889-1893 706-710 Cleveland’s Second Administration *711-738* *McKinley’s First Administration, 1897-1901* 713 Annexation in 1898 of Hawaii, the Philippines, and Puerto Rico 714-735 Spanish-American War (War of 1898). ***740-837.7*** ***Twentieth Century.*** *740-749* *General* 740.5 Sources and Documents 742.5 Collected Works of American Statesmen *743-743.5* *Political History* 743.5 Un-American Activities 744-744.5 Diplomatic History, Foreign and General Relations 745 Military History 746 Naval History 747-748 Biography 751 McKinley’s Second Administration, March 4-September 14, 1901 756-760 Theodore Roosevelt’s Administration, September 14, 1901-1901. 761-765 Tafts’ Administration, 1909-1913 *766-783* *Wilson’s Administration, 1913-1921.* 768 Purchase of Danish West Indes (Virgin Islands), 1917 780 Internal History During World War I ***784-805*** ***Harding-Coolidge-Hoover Era, “The Twenties”*** 785-786 Harding’s Administration, 1921-August 2, 1923 791-796 Coolidge’s Administration, August 2, 1923-1929 801-805 Hoover’s Administration, 1929-1933. 806-812 Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Administration, 1933-April 12, 1945. 813-816 Truman’s Administration, April 12, 1945-1953. 835-837.7 Eisenhower’s Administration, 1953-1961 ***838-887*** ***Later Twentieth Century, 1961-*** *838-840.8* *General* 838.3 Sources and Documents 839.5-839.8 Political History 839.8 Un-American Activities 840-840.2 Diplomatic History 840.6-840.8 Biography (General) *841-843* *Kennedy’s Adminstrations, 1961- November 22, 1963* 842.9 Assasination, Funeral, Memorial Services, etc. 846-851 Johnson’s Administration, November 22, 1963-1969 *855-861* *Nixon’s Administration, 1969-August 9, 1974* 860-861 Watergate Affair, Resignation 865-868 Ford’s Administration, August 9, 1974-1977 872-874 Carter’s Administration, 1977-1981 *876-880* *Reagan’s Administration, 1981-1989* 877.3 Assasination Attempt 881-884 Bush Administration, 1989-1993 885-887 Clinton Administration, 1993- ——————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————— F - History: United States Local & America ========================================== ——————————————- [Eastern U.S.][] [Southern U.S.][] [Midwestern U.S.][] [Western U.S.][] [Canada][] [Mexico][] [Latin and South America][] ——————————————-

* * * * * ————————————————————————— —————————————————————————————- — ***1-975*** ***United States Local History.*** 1-15 *New England.* 16-30 Maine. 31-45 New Hampshire. 46-60 Vermont. 61-75 Massachusetts. 76-90 Rhode Island. 91-105 Connecticut. 106 *Atlantic Coast.* 116-130 New York. 131-145 New Jersey. 146-160 Pennsylvania. 161-175 Delaware. 176-190 Maryland. 191-205 District of Columbia. 206-220 *The South.* 221-235 Virginia. 236-250 West Virginia. 251-265 North Carolina. 266-280 South Carolina. 281-295 Georgia. 296-301 *Gulf States.* 306-320 Florida. 321-335 Alabama. 336-350 Mississippi. 351-355 Mississippi River and Valley. 366-380 Louisiana. 381-395 Texas. 396 *Lower Mississippi Valley.* 406-420 Arkansas. 431-445 Tennessee. 446-460 Kentucky. 461-475 Missouri. 476-485 *Northwest Territory, Old Northwest.* 486-500 Ohio. 516-520 Ohio River and Valley. 521-535 Indiana. 536-550 Illinois. 550.5-553.2 *Great Lakes Region.* 561-575 Michigan. 576-590 Wisconsin. 590.3-596.3 *The West, Trans-Mississippi Region, Great Plains.* 597 *The Northwest.* 598 Missouri River and Valley. 601-615 Minnesota. 616-630 Iowa. 631-645 North Dakota. 646-660 South Dakota. 661-675 Nebraska. 676-690 Kansas. 691-705 Okahoma. 721-722 *Rocky Mountains.* 726-740 Montana. 746-755 Idaho. 756-770 Wyoming. 771-785 Colorado. 786-788 *Southwest.* 791-805 New Mexico. 806-820 Arizona. 821-835 Utah. 836-850 Nevada. 850.5-851.5 *Pacific States* 852-853 Pacific Northwest. **856-870** California. 871-885 Oregon. 886-900 Washington. 901-951 Alaska. 951 Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands 965 U.S. Territories (General) 970 Insular Possessions of the United States (General) 975 American countries with close U.S. political affiliations [Hawaii (DU)][] ***1001-1140*** ***Canada.*** 1001-1035 General 1035.8 *Maritime Provines, Atlantic Coast of Canada* 1036-1040 Nova Scotia, Acadia 1041-1045 New Brunswick 1046-1049.7 Prince Edward Island 1050 *St. Lawrence Gulf, River and Valley (General)* 1051-1055 Quebec 1056-1059.7 Ontario 1060-1060.97 *Canadian Northwest, Northwest Territories* 1061-1065 Manitoba 1067 Assiniboia 1070-1074.7 Saskatchewan 1075-1080 Alberta 1086-1089.7 British Columbia 1090 Rocky Mountains of Canada 1090.5 Arctic Regions 1091-1095.5 Yukon 1096-1100.5 Mackenzie 1101-1105.7 Franklin 1106-1110.5 Keewatin *1121-1139* *Newfoundland* 1135-1139 Labrador 1140 The Labrador Peninsula 1170 French America: Saint Pierre and Miquelon ***1201-3799*** ***Latin America, Spanish America*** *1201-1392* *Mexico.* 1218.5-1221 Antiquities, Indians 1401-1419 Latin America General. *1421-1577* *Central America.* 1435-1435.3 Mayas 1441-1457 Belize 1461-1477 Guatemala 1481-1497 Salvador (El Salvador) 1501-1517 Honduras 1521-1537 Nicaragua 1541-1557 Costa Rica 1561-1577 Panama 1569.2 Canal Zone, Panama Canal 1601-2191 *West Indies.* 1630-1640 Bermuda 1650-1660 Bahamas *1741-1991* *Greater Antilles* *1751-1854.9* *Cuba* 1788-1788.22 Communist Regime 1861-1896 Jamaica *1900-1941* *Haiti (Island), Hispaniola* 1912-1930 Haiti (Republic), 1931-1941 Dominican Republic 1951-1983 Puerto Rico 1991 Navassa *2001-2151* *Lesser Antilles* 2006 Leeward Islands 2011 Windward Islands 2016 Islands Along Venezuela Coast 2033-2129 Individual Islands 2131-2133 British West Indies 2136 Virgin Islands of the United States 2141 Netherlands West Indies, Dutch West Indies 2151 French West Indies 2155-2191 Caribbean Area, Carribbean Sea 2201-2239 South America General. 2251-2291 Colombia. 2301-2349 Venezuela. *2351-2471* *Guiana.* 2361-2391 Guyana, British Guiana 2401-2431 Surinam 2441-2471 French Guiana 2501-2659 Brazil. 2661-2699 Paraguay. 2701-2799 Uruguay. 2801-3021 Argentina. 3031-3031.5 Falkland Islands 3051-3285 Chile. 3301-3359 Bolivia. 3401-3619 Peru. 3701-3799 Ecuador. ————————————————————————— —————————————————————————————- — G - Geography, Anthropology, Recreation ======================================= ———— —————————————————————- [G][] [General Geography, Atlases, Maps.][G] [GA][] [Cartography, Mathematical Geography][GA] [GB][] [Physical Geography][GB] [GC][] [Oceanography][GC] [GE][] [Environmental Sciences][GE] [GF][] [Human Geography][GF] [GN][] [Anthropology][GN] [GR][] [Folklore.][GR] [GT][] [Manners and Customs.][GT] [GV][] [Recreation, Leisure.][GV] ———— —————————————————————- * * * * * ————————————————- —————————— ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— **G** **1-9980** **General Geography, Atlases, Maps** 100.5-108.5 Toponymy 140 Great Cities of the World 141 Historical Geography 142 Aerial Geography ***149-570*** ***Voyages and Travels*** *149-180* *Voyages and Travels (General)* 155-180 Travel and State, Tourist Trade 200-336 History of Discoveries, Explorations, and Travel 521-539 Adventures, Shipwreks, Buried Treasure, etc. 540-550 Searfaring Life, Ocean Travel, etc. 575-890 Polar Regions 905-910 Tropics 912-922 Northern and Southern Hemishpheres **1000.3-3122** **Atlases** 1000.3-1000.5 Atlases of the Moon, Planets, etc. 1001-1046 World Atlases 1050-1052 Northern and Southern Hemispheres 1053 The Tropics 1054-1055 Polar Regions 1059-1061 Maritime Atlases (General) ***1100-1779*** ***Western Hemishphere, America*** *1105-1694* North America 1110-1114 Greenland 1115-1193 Canada 1200-1534.24 United States 1535-1537 Caribbean Area 1540-1542 Latin America (General) 1545-1549 Mexico 1550-1594 Central America 1600-1694 West Indies 1700-1799 South America 1780-2799 Eastern Hemishphere 1791-2082 Europe 2200-2444 Asia 2445-2739 Africa 2740-2799 Australasia 2800-3064 Oceans (General) 3100-3102 Antarctica 3122 Atlases of Imaginary, Literary, and Mythological Places 3160-3182 Globes ***3190-9980*** ***Maps*** 3190-3192 Celestial Maps 3195-3199 Moon 3200-3202 World Maps 3210-3222 Northern and Southern Hemishpheres 3240-3241 Tropics 3250-3251 Temperate Zones 3260-3272 Polar Regions *3290-5668* *Western Hemishphere, America* *3300-5184* *North America* 3380-3384 Greenland 3400-3612 Canada 3690-4383 United States 4390-4392 Caribbean Area 4410-4763 Mexico 4800-4884 Central America 4900-5184 West Indies 5200-5668 South America *5670-9084* *Eastern Hemishphere* 5700-6966 Europe 7400-8198.54 Asia 8200-8904 Africa 8950-9084 Australasia 9095-9794 Oceans (General) 9800-9804 Antarctica 9900-9980 Unlocalized Maps **GA** **1-1776** Cartography, Mathematical Geography 1-87 Mathematical Geography 51-87 Surveys (General) ***101-1776*** ***Cartography*** 109 Aerial Cartography 109.5 Cadastral Mapping 109.8 Statistical Mapping 110-115 Projection 125-155 Map Drawing, Modeling, Printing, Reading, etc. 192-197.3 Map Libraries, Collections of Maps, Globes, etc. 260-288 Globe Making, Globes 300-325 World Maps, General Atlases, etc. 341-1776 Maps: By Region or Country **GB** **3-5030** **Physical Geography** 111-398.7 By Region or Country 400-649 Geomorphology 447 Climatic Geomorphology 448 Slopes 450-460 Coastal Geomorphology 461-468 Reefs 471-478 Islands 500-555 Mountains, Orography 561-649 Other Landforms (deserts, floodplains, caves, etc.) **651-2998** **Hydrology, Water** 980-992 Watersheds, Runoff, Drainage 1001-1199.6 Groundwater, Hydrogeology 1201-1598 Rivers, Streams 1601-1798.9 Lakes, Liminology 2401-2598 Ice, Glaciers 2601-2798 Snow, Snow Surveys 2801-2998 Hydrometerology 5000-5030 Natural Disasters **GC** **1-1581** **Oceanography** 63-78 Underwater Exploration 83-87.6 Submarine Topography 96-97.8 Estuarine Oceanography 100-103 Seawater 109-149 Chemical Oceanography ***150-181*** ***Physical Oceanography*** 150-155 Density 160-177 Temperature 177.6-181 Optical Oceanography 190-190.5 Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction ***200-376*** ***Dynamics of the Ocean*** 205-226 Waves 228.5-228.6 Ocean Circulation 229-296.8 Currents 297-299 Water Masses and Ocean Mixing 300-376 Tides 377-399 Marine Sediments 401-881 Oceanography. 1000-1023 Marine Resources, Applied Oceanography 1080-1581 Marine Pollution **GE** **1-140** **Environmental Sciences** 1 Periodicals, Societies, Serials 5 Congresses 10 Dictionaries, Encyclopedias 15 Terminology, Abbreviations, Notation 20 Directories ***25-35*** ***Communication in Environmental Sciences*** 25 General Works 30 Information Services 35 Environmental Literature ***40-45*** ***Philosophy, Relation to Other Topics, Methodology*** 40 General Works 45 Special Methods 50 History ***55-56*** ***Biography*** 55 Collective 56 Individual, A-Z 60 Vocational Guidance ***70-90*** ***Environmental Education, Study and Teaching, Research*** 70 General Works 75 Audio-Visual Aids *80-90* *By Region or Country* 80 United States: General Works 85 United States: By Region or State, A-Z 90 Other Regions or Countries ***95-100*** Museums, Exhibitions 95 General Works 100 By Region or Country 105 General Works 110 Popular Works 115 Juvenile Works 120 Pictorial Works 125 Public Opinion 140 Environmental Degradation, By Region or Country (to be developed) **GF** **1-900** **Human Geography** 53-71 Environmental Influences on Man 75 Man’s Influence on the Environment 101-127 Settlements 125 Urban Geography 127 Rural Geography 500-900 By Region or Country **GN** **1-890** **Anthropology** ***49-298*** ***Physical Anthropology*** 51-59 Anthropometry 62.8-263 Human Variation (including growth, physical form, skeleton, nervous system, skin, etc.) 269-279 Race (General) 280.7 Man as an Animal, Simian Traits Versus Human Traits *281-289* *Human Evolution* 282-286.7 Fossil Man, Human Paleontology 296 Medical Anthropology ***301-673*** ***Cultural Anthropology, Ethnology*** 357-367 Culture and Cultural Processes (including social change, structuralism, diffusion, etc.) 378-395 Collected Ethnographies 397-397.5 Applied Anthropology *406-517* *Cultural Traits, Customs, and Institutions* 406-442 Technology, Material Culture (including food, shelter, fire, tools, etc) 448-450.7 Economic Organization, Economic Anthropology 451-477.7 Intellectural Life (including communication, recreation, philosophy, religion, knowledge, etc.) 478-491.7 Social Organization 492-495 Political Organization, Political Anthropology 495.4-498 Societal Groups, Ethnocentrism, Diplomacy, Warfare, etc. 502-517 Psychological Anthropology *537-673* *Ethnic Groups and Races* 550-673 By Region or Country 700-890 Prehistoric Archaeology **GR** **1-950** **Folklore** 72-79 Folk Literature (General, including folktales, legends) 81 Folk Beliefs, Superstitions 100-390 By Region or Country ***420-950*** ***By Subject*** 430-487 Folklore Relating to Private Life (including dreams, love, children, nursery rhymes, etc.) 500-615 Supernatural Beings, Demonology, Fairies, Ghosts, Charms, etc. 620-635 Cosmic Phenomena 650-690 Geographical Topics 700-860 Animals, Plants, and Minerals 865-874 Transportation, Travel, Commerce, etc. 880 Medicine, Folk Medicine 890-910 Occupations 931-940 Signs and Symbols **GT** **1-7070** **Manners and Customs (General)** 170-476 Houses, Dwellings 485 Churches and Church Going 500-2370 Costume, Dress, Fashion 2400-3390 Customs Relative to Private Life (including children, marriage, eating and drinking, funeral customs, etc.) 3400-5090 Customs Relative to Public and Social Life (including town life, court life, festivals, holidays, ceremonies of royalty, etc.) 5220-5285 Customs Relative to Transportation and Travel *5320-6720* *Customs Relative to Special Classes (birth, rank, occupation, etc.)* 5320-5680 By Birth Rank, etc. 5750-6390 By Occupation **GV** **1-1860** **Recreation, Leisure** 181.35-181.55 Recreation Leadership, Administration of Recreation Services 182-182.5 Recreation Areas and Facilities ***191.2-200.66*** ***Outdoor Life*** 191.68-198.9 Camping 199-199.6 Hiking, Pedestrian Tours 199.8-200.3 Mountaineering 200.4-200.5 Orientation, Wilderness Survival 200.6 Water Oriented Recreation ***201-555*** ***Physical Education and Training*** 346-350 School and College Athletics, Intramural and Interscholastic Athletics 401-433 Sports and Physical Education Facilities (including gymnasiums, athletic fields, playgrounds, etc.) 435-436.5 Physical Measurements and Tests 450 Nudism, Sunbathing 460-555 Gymnastics, Gymnastic Exercises (including calisthenics, heavy exercises, acrobatics, etc.) ***561-1198.995*** ***Sports*** 711 Coaching 712-725 Athletic Contests, Sports Events 733-734 Professionalism in Sports, Professional Sports (General) 735 Umpires, Sports Officiating 743-749 Athletic and Sporting Goods, Supplies, etc. 750-770 Air Sports: Airplane Flying, Kite Flying, etc. 770.3-840 Water Sports: Canoeing, Sailing, Yachting, etc. 840.7-857 Winter Sports: Ice Hockey, Skiing, Bobsledding, etc. 861-1017 Ball Games: Baseball, football, golf, etc. 1020-1034 Automobile Travel, Motoring 1040-1060.2 Cycling, Bicycling, Motorcycling 1060.5-1098 Track and Field Athletics 1101-1150.6 Fighting Sports: Bullfighting, Boxing, Fencing, etc. 1151-1190 Shooting, Archery 1195-1198.995 Wrestling ***1199-1570*** ***Games and Amusements*** 1201.5 Hobbies (General) 1203-1218 Children’s Games and Amusements 1218.5-1220.7 Toys *1221-1469* *Indoor Games and Amusements* 1232-1299 Card Games 1301-1311 Gambling, Chance and Banking Games 1312-1469 Board Games, Move Games *1470-1511* *Parties, Party Games and Stunts* 1491-1507 Puzzles 1541-1561 Parlor Magic and Tricks 1580-1799 Dancing 1800-1860 Circuses, Spectacles, etc. (including rodeos, waxworks, amusement parks, etc.) ————————————————- —————————— ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— H - Social Sciences =================== —————- ——————————————————————————- [H][] [General Social Sciences.][H] [HA][] [Statistics.][HA] [HB][] [Economic Theory, Demography, Business Cycles.][HB] [HC-HD][] [Economic History.][HC-HD] [HE][] [Transportation and Communications.][HE] [HF][] [Commerce.][HF] [HG][] [Finance.][HG] [HJ][] [Public Finance.][HJ] [HM][] [General Sociology.][HM] [HN][] [Social History, Problems, and Reform.][HN] [HQ][] [Family, Marriage, Women.][HQ] [HS][] [Societies and Clubs.][HS] [HT][] [Cities, Communities, Races.][HT] [HV][] [Social Service, Welfare, Criminology.][HV] [HX][] [Socialism, Communism, Utopias, Anarchism.][HX] —————- ——————————————————————————- * * * * * ————————————————- —————————- —————————————————————————————————————————————————————- **H** **1-99** **General Social Sciences** **HA** **1-4737** **Statistics** 29-32 Theory and Method of Social Science Statistics 36-37 Organizations, Bureaus, Service 38-39 Registration of Vital Events, Registration ***154-4737*** ***Statistical Data*** 154-155 Universal Statistics 175-4737 By Region or Country **HB** **1-3840** **Economic Theory, Demography** ***1-846.8*** ***Economic Theory*** 71-74 Economics as a Science, Relation to Other Subjects 75-130 History of Economics 131-145 Metheodology 201-206 Value, Utility 221-236 Price 238-251 Competition, Production, Wealth 501 Capital, Capitalism *522-715* *Income, Factor Shares* 531-551 Interest 601 Profit 615-715 Entrepreneurship, Risk and Uncertainty, Property 801-843 Consumption, Demand 846-846.8 Welfare Theory 848-3697 Demography, Vital Events 3711-3840 Business Cycles, Economic Fluctuations **HC** **10-1085** **Economic History and Conditions** 79 Special Topics, A-Z 92 Economic Geography of the Oceans (General) 94-1085 By Region or Country **HD** **28-9999** **Economic History and Conditions** ***28-88*** ***Production*** 39-40.7 Capital, Capital Investments 41 Competition and Cooperation, Regulation and Restrict of Output 45-45.2 Control of Industry, Technological Innovations, Automations 47-47.4 Costs 49-49.5 Crisis Management and Overproduction, Inflation 50-50.5 Delegation of Authority, Decentralization 56-57.5 Industrial Productivity 58 Location of Industry 58.7-58.95 Organizational Behavior, Change and Effectiveness, Corporate Culture 59-59.6 Public Relations, Industrial Publicity 60-60.5 Social Responsibilities 61 Risk in Industry 62 Simplification, Standardization, Waste 62.2-62.8 Management of Special Enterprises 66 Work Groups 69 Other, A-Z 72-88 Economic Growth, Development, Planning ***101-1395.5*** ***Land Use*** *1241-1339* *Land Tenure Policy* 1259-1265 Eminent Domain, Expropriation, State Domain 1286-1289 Communal Ownership 1290-1291 Municipal Ownership 1301-1313 Nationalization (Agrarian Socialism) 1326-1329 Large Holdings 1330-1331 Landlord and Peasant 1332-1333.5 Land Reform, Agrarian Reform 1334-1335 Consolidation of Land Holdings 1336-1339 Small Holdings, Peasant Proprietors, Parcellation ***1401-2210*** ***Agriculture*** 1428-1431 International Cooperation 1470-1476 Size of Farms 1478 Sharecropping 1483-1486 Agricultural Associations, Societies, etc. 1491-1491.5 Cooperative Agriculture 1492-1492.5 Collective Farms 1493 Government Owned and Operated Farms, State Farms, Sovkhozes 1501-1542 Agricultural Classes 1549 Gleaning 1580 Melioration and Reclamation of Agricultural Land 1635-1702 Utilization and Culture of Special Classes of Lands 1711-1741 Irrigation ***2321-4730.9*** ***Industry*** 2329- Industrialization 2330 Rural Industry 2331-2336 House Industry 2337-2339 Sweating System 2340.8-2346.5 Small and Medium Industry, Artisans, Handicrafts, Trades 2350.8-2356 Large Industry 2365-2385 Contracting, Letting of Contracts 2421-2429 Trade and Industrial Associations 2709-2930.7 Corporations, Cartels, Trusts 2951-3575 Industrial Cooperation, Mutuality 3611-4730.9 The State and Industrial Organization ***4801-8943*** ***Labor*** 4861-4895 Labor Systems 4906-5100.7 Wages 5106-5267 Hours 5306-5474 Labor Disputes, Strikes, Lockouts 5481-5630.7 Arbitration and Conciliation 5650-5660 Employees’ Representation in Management, Shop Councils, Employee Ownership 5701-6000.7 Labor Market, Labor Supply and Demand 6050-6305 Classes of Labor 6350-6940.7 Trade Unions, Labor Unions, Workingmen’s Associations 6941-6948 Employers’ Associations 6951-6957 Industrial Sociology, Social Conditions of Labor 6958.5-6976 Industrial Relations 6977-7080 Wages and Cost of Living, Standard of Living 7088-7250.7 Social Insurance, Social Security, Pension 7255-7256 Rehabilitation of the Disabled 7260-7780.8 Industrial Hygiene, Welfare Work, Housing 7795-8027 Labor and the State, State Labor 8031 Labor in Politics 8038 Professions (General) 8039 Labor: by Industry or Trade, A-Z 8045-8942.5 By Region or Country ***9000-9999*** ***Special Industries and Trades*** 9000-9495 Agricultural and Other Plant and Animal Products, Food Products 9502-9502.5 Energy Industries (General), Energy Policy 9506-9624 Mineral and Metal Industries 9650-9663 Chemistry Industries 9665-9675 Drugs 9680-9714 Mechanical Industries 9715-9717.5 Construction Industry and Materials 9720-9975 Manufacturing Industries 9999 Miscellaneous Industries and Trades, A-Z **HE** **1-9900** **Transportation and Communication** 199-199.5 Freight (General) 199.9 Passenger Traffic (General) 305-311 Urban Transportation 323-328 Geography, Trade Routes ***331-380*** ***Traffic Engineering, Roads and Highways, Streets*** 369-373 Traffic Surveys (General) 374-377 Bridges 379-380 Vehicular Tunnels ***380.8-971*** ***Water Transportation*** 380.8-560 Waterways *561-971* *Shipping* 730-943 Merchant Marine, Ocean Shipping, Coastal Shipping 1001-5600 Railways, Rapid Transit Systems 5601-5720 Automotive Transportation 5746-5749 Stage Lines 5751-5870 Ferries 5880-5990 Express Service 6000-7496 Postal Service, Stamps, Philately (Stamp Collecting) 7511-7549 Pneumatic Service ***7601-8700.9*** ***Telecommunication Industry, Telegraph*** 8660-8688 Radio, Wireless Telegraph 8689-8700.9 Radio and Television Broadcasting 8701-9680.7 Telephone Industry 9713-9715 Cellular Communications 9719-9721 Artificial Satellite Telecommunications 9751-9756 Messenger Service 9761-9900 Air Transportation **HF** **1-6182** **Commerce** 294-343 Boards of Trade, Chambers of Commerce, Merchants’ Associations, etc. 1014 Balance of Trade 1021-1027 Commercial Geography, Economic Geography 1040-1054 Commodities, Commercial Products 1701-2701 Tariff Policy 3000-4055 By Region or Country ***5001-6182*** ***Business*** 5381-5386 Vocational Guidance, Career Development 5387 Business Ethics 5410-5417.5 Marketing, Disribution of Products 5419-5422 Wholsale Trade, Commission Business, Agencies, Brokers, Factors, Jobbers 5428-5429.6 Retail Trade 5429.7-5430.6 Shopping Centers 5437-5444 Buying, Selling, Sales Personnel, Sales Executive 5446-5459 Canvassing, Peddling 5460-5469.5 Department Stores, Mail Order Business 5469.7-5481 Markets, Fairs 5482-5482.4 Secondhand Trade 5482.6-5482.65 Black Market 5484-5495 Warehousing and Storage 5520-5541 Equipment 5546-5548.6 Office Organization and Management 5548.7-5548.85 Industrial Psychology 5549-5549.5 Personnel Management, Employment Management 5601-5689 Accounting 5691-5716 Business Mathematics, Commercial Mathematics 5717-5746 Business Communication (including report writing, correspondence, filing, indexing, etc.) 5761-5780 Shipping of Merchandise, etc, Delivery of Goods 5801-6182 Advertising **HG** **1-9999** **Finance** 178 Liquidity 179 Personal Finance ***201-1496*** ***Money*** 261-312 Precious Metals, Bullion 315 Small Coins 321-329 Mints, Assaying 335-341 Counterfeiting 348-353.5 Paper Money 361-363 The Legal-Tender Power 381-395 International Currency 401-421 International Bimetallism, etc 451-1496 By Region or Country ***1501-3550*** ***Banking*** 1621-1638 Rate of Interest, Interest Tables 1641-1643 Loans, Bank Credit 1651-1654 Discount 1655 Acceptances 1656 Reserves, Liquidity 1660 Accounts and Deposits 1662 Insurance of Deposits 1685-1703 Checks, Drafts 1706-1708 Accounting, Bookkeeping 1709 Electronic Data Processing 1710 Electronic Fund Transfers 1722 Mergers 1723 Bank Stocks, Banking as an Investment 1725-1778 Banks and the State, State Supervision of Banks 1811-2351 Special Classes of Banks and Financial Institutions 2401-3550 By Region or Country 3691-3769 Credit, Debt, Loans 3810-4000 Foreign Exchange 4001-4280.7 Financial Management, Corporation Finance 4301-4480.9 Trust Services ***4501-6051*** ***Stocks, Investment, Speculation*** 4530 Investment Companies, Mutual Funds 4538 Foreign Investments 4551-4598 Stock Exchanges 4621 Stock Brokerage, Investment Advisors 4701-4751 Securities 4950-5993 By Region or Country 6001-6051 Speculation 6105-6270.9 Lotteries 7920-7933 Thrift and Saving ***8011-9999*** ***Insurance*** 8053.5-8045.45 Insurance for Professions, Malpractice Insurance 8059 Business Insurance 8075-8107 Insurance Business, Insurance Management 8111-8123 Insurance and the State, State Supervision 8205-8220 Government Insurance 8501-8745 By Region or Country *8751-9271* *Life Insurance* 8779-8793 Acturarial Science, Statistical Theory and Methodology Applied to Insurance 8799-8830 By Class Insured, By Risk, By Plan 8835-8899 Life Insurance Business, Management 8901-9245 Mutual Life Insurance, Assessment Life Insurance, Fraternal Life Insurance 9251-9262 Industrial Life Insurance 9271 Life Insurance for Children, Child Insurance 9291-9295 Maternity Insurance 9301-9343 Accident Insurance 9371-9399 Health Insurance 9651-9899 Fire Insurance 9956-9969 Casualty Insurance 9969.5-9999 Other Insurance (including automobile, burglary, disaster, title, etc.) **HJ** **9-9995** **Public Finance** 9-99.6 Documents, by Country 210-1620 History and Conditions 2005-2216 Income and Expenditure, The Budget ***2240-3192.7*** ***Taxation, Revenue*** 2321-2323 Incidence, Shifting, Distribution, Equality 2326-2327 Progressive, Proportional Taxation 2336-2337 Exemption 2338 Taxation of Government Property 2341-2343 Double Taxation 2347-2348 Taxation of Aliens, Nonresident, etc. 2348.5-2348.7 Tax Evasion 2351 Inflation and Taxation 2351.4 Tax Revenue Estimating 2360-3192.7 By Region or Country ***3231-5957*** ***Taxation, Administration and Procedure*** 3801-3844 Income from Sources other than Taxation 3851-4056.7 Direct Taxes (General) 4101-4939 Direct Taxes (Special) 5001-5225 Indirect Taxes (General) 5301-5508 Fees, Licenses, Stamp Tax 5521-5957 Other Special Forms 6603-7390 Customs Administration 7451-7980 Expenditure ***8003-8899*** ***Public Credit, Debts, Loans*** 8030-8033 Public Debts in Relation to State Policy, Welfare, etc. 8034 Public Debts and the Rights of Creditors 8036-8039 Public Debts in Relation to Specific Interests 8041 Increase 8043-8045 Colonial Debts 8046-8049 Creation of Debt, Borrowing, Forms of Loans 8052 Funding System, Sinking Funds, Amortization 8055 Reduction, Conversion, Liquidation 8061-8079 Insolvency, Repudiation, Partition, Allotment, Floating Debts 8083-8086 Foreign Loans 8101-8899 By Region or Country 8903-8963 Claims 9011-9695 Local Finance 9701-9995 Public Accounting **HM** **1-299** **General Sociology** 10-121 Culture, Progress 126 Unity, Solidarity 131-134 Association, Mutuality, Social Groups 136-146 Individualism, Differentation, Struggle 201-221 Social Elements, Forces, Laws 251-291 Social Psychology **HN** **1-981** **Social History, Problems, and Reform** 30-40 The Church and Social Problems 41-46 Community Centers, Social Centers 251-291 By Region or Country **HQ** **1-2039** **The Family, Marriage, Woman** ***12-449*** ***Sexual Life*** 19-30.7 Sexual Behavior and Attitudes, Sexuality 31-64 Sex Instruction and Sexual Ethics 71-72 Sexual Deviations 74 Bisexuality 75-76.8 Homosexuality, Lesbianism 77 Transvestism 77.7-77.9 Transsexualism 79 Sadism 101-440.7 Prostitution 447 Masturbation 449 Emasculation, Eunuchs, etc. 450-472 Erotica, Pornography ***503-1064*** ***The Family, Marriage, Home*** 750-755.5 Eugenics 755.7-759.92 Parents, Parenthood (including parent and child, husbands, fathers, wives, mothers) 760-767.7 Family Size, Birth Control, Abortion 767.8-792.2 Children, Child Development (including child rearing, child life, play, socialization, children’s rights) 799.5-799.9 Young Men and Women 799.95-799.97 Adulthood 800-800.4 Single People 801-801.83 Man-Woman Relationships, Courtship, Dating 802 Matrimonial Bureaus, Marriage Brokers 802.5 Matrimonial Advertisements 803 Temporary Marriage, Trial Marraige, Companionate Marraige 804 Breach of Promise 805 Desertion 806 Adultry 809-809.3 Family Violence 811-960.7 Divorce 961-967 Free Love 981-996 Polygamy 997 Polyandry 998-999 Illegitimacy, Unmarried Mothers 1001-1043 The State and Marriage 1051-1057 The Church and Marriage 1058-1058.5 Widows and Widowers, Widowhood 1060-1064 Aged, Gerontology (Social Aspects), Retirement 1073-1073.5 Thanatology, Death, Dying 1075-1075.5 Sex Role 1088-1090.7 Men ***1101-2030.7*** ***Women, Feminism*** 1871-2030.7 Women’s Clubs 2035-2039 Life Skills, Coping Skills, Everyday Living Skills 2042-2044 Life Style **HS** **1-3369** **Societies: Secret, Benevolent, etc.** 101-330.7 Secret Societies 351-929 Freemasons 951-1179 Odd Fellows 1201-1350 Knights of Pythias 1355 Other Societies, A-Z ***1501-2460.7*** ***Other Societies, By Classes*** 1501-1510 Benevolent and “Friendly” Societies and Mutual Assessment Fraternities 1525-1560 Religious Socieities 1601-2265 Race Socieities 2275 Occupation Societies 2301-2460.7 Political and “Patriotic” Socities 2501-3369 Clubs and Societies for Special Classes (including boys’ societies, Boy Scouts, girls’ societies) **HT** **51-1595** **Cities, Communities, Races** 51-65 Communities ***101-395*** ***Urban Groups, Urban Sociology, The City*** 161-165 Garden Cities, “The City Beautiful” 165.5-169.9 City Planning, Zoning 170-178 Urban Renewal, Urban Development 201-221 City Population (including children in cities, immigration) 231 Effect of City Life 251-265 Mental and Moral Life 281 Recreation, Amusements 321-325 The City as Economic Factor, City Promotion 330-334 Metropolitan Areas 351-352 Suburban Cities and Towns 361-384 Urbanization, City and Country 388 Regional Economics 390-395 Regional Planning 401-485 Rural Sociology ***601-1445*** ***Classes*** 621-635 Orgin of Social Classes 641-657 Classes Arising from Birth 675-690 Classes Arising from Occupation 713-725 Caste System 731 Freedmen 751-815 Serfdom 851-1445 Slavery 1501-1595 Race (including race as a social group and race relations in general) **HV** **1-9960** **Social Service, Welfare, Criminology** 40-69 Social Service, Social Work, Charities 70-72 State Regulation of Charities, Public Welfare Laws 85-525 By Region or Country 530 The Church and Charity 541 Women and Charity 544 Charity Fairs 544.5 International Social Work 547 Self-Help Groups ***551.2-639*** ***Emergency Management*** *553-639* *Relief in Case of Disasters* 560-583 Red Cross 599-639 Special Types of Disasters 640-645 Refugee Problems 650-670 Life Saving 675-677 Prevention of Accidents 680-696 Free Professional Services ***697-4959*** ***Protection, Assistance, Relief*** *697-1493* *Special Clases, By Age* 697-700.7 Families, Mothers, Widow’s Pensions *701-1420.5* *Children* 835-847 Foundlings 873-887 Destitute, Neglected, and Abandoned Children 888-907 Handicapped Children 931-941 Fresh-Air Funds 959-1420.5 Orphanages, Orphans 1421-1441 Young Adults, Youth, Teenagers 1442-1448 Women 1449 Homosexuals 1450-1493 Aged 1551-3024 Handicapped (including blind, deaf, mentally handicapped, physically handicapped) *3025-3174* *Special Classes, By Occupation* 3025-3163 Seamen 3165-3173 Shop Women, Clerks, etc. 3174 Other, By Occupation A-Z 3176-3199 Special Classes, By Race or Ethnic Group 4005-4013 Immigrants 4023-4470.7 Poor In Cities, Slums 4480-4630 Mendicancy, Vagabondism, Tramps, Homelessness 4701-4959 Protection of Animals, Animal Rights, Animal Welfare 4961-4995 Degeneration 4997-5000 Substance Abuse 5001-5720.5 Alcoholism, Intemperance, Temperance Reform 5725-5770 Tobacco Habit 5800-5840 Drug Habits and Abuse 6001-7220.5 Criminology 7231-9960 Criminal Justice Administration **HX** **1-970.7** **Socialism, Communism, Utopias, Anarchism** 806-811 Utopias 821-970.7 Anarchism ————————————————- —————————- —————————————————————————————————————————————————————- J - Political Science ===================== ———— 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328.6 Violence, Political Violence 329 Patriotism 345-347 Symbolism, Emblems of the State: Arms, Flag, Seal, etc. 348-497 Forms of the State ***501-607*** ***Purpose, Functions, and Relations of the State*** 571-607 The State and Individual, Individual Rights, Liberty **JF** **20-2112** **Political Institutions and Public Administration** ***20-1177*** ***General, Comparative Government*** 51-56 General Works, History *201-619* *Organs and Functions of Government* 251-289 Executive, Heads of State 331-341 Parliamentary Government 441-619 Legislation, Legislative Process, Law-Making 751-786 Federal and State Relations 800-1177 Political Rights, Political Participation ***1338-2112*** ***Public Administration*** 1411-1521 Civil Service 2011-2112 Political Parties **JK** **1-9993** **Political Institutions and Public Administration: United States.** ***401-1685*** ***Government, Public Administration*** *501-901* *Executive Branch* 631-873 Civil Service, Departments and Agencies *1001-1443* *Congress, Legislative Branch* 1154-1276 Senate 1308-1443 House of Representatives 1606-1685 Government Property, etc. ***1717-2248*** ***Political Rights, Practical Politics*** 1756-1761 Citizenship 1846-1936 Suffrage 1961-2248 Electoral System 2255-2391 Political Parties 2403-9593 State Government 9663-9993 Confederate States of America **JL** **1-3899** **Political Institutions and Public Administration: America Outside the U.S.** 1-500 Canada 599.5-839 West Indies, Carribbean Area 1200-1299 Mexico 1400-1679 Central America 1850-3899 South America **JN** **1-9689** **Political Institutions and Public Administration: Europe.** 1-97 Europe (General) 101-1179 Great Britian 1187-1371 Scotland 1400-1571.5 Ireland 1601-2191 Austria-Hungary, Austria, Hungray 2210-2229 Czech Republic, Czechoslovakia 2240 Slovakia 2301-3007 France 3201-4980 Germany 5001-5191 Greece 5201-5690 Italy 5701-5999 Netherlands 6101-6371 Belgium 6500-6598 Soviet Union, Russia, Former Soviet Republics 6615 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* * * * * ————————————————- ————————- —————————————————————————————————————— **K** **1-7720** **Law (General)** 1-36 Periodicals 37-44 Bibliography 46 Monographic Series 48 Encyclopedias 50-54 Dictionaries, Words and Phrases 58 Maxims, Quotations 64 Yearbooks 68-70 Directories 85-88 Legal Research 94 Legal Composition and Draftmanship 100-103 Legal Education 110 Law Societies, International Bar Associations 115-129 The Legal Profession 133 Legal Aid, Legal Aid Societies 140-165 History of Law 170 Biography 175 Congresses 176-177 Collected Works (nonserial) 179 Addresses, Essays, Lectures 181-184.7 Miscellany 190-195 Primitive Law, Ethnological Jurisprudence ***201-487*** ***Jurisprudence, Philosophy and Theory of Law*** 237-264 The Concept of Law 270-274 Acts and Events 280-286 Sources of Law 288-296 Interpretation and Application of Law, Lacunae in Law 300-304 Classification of Law *321-474* *Schools of Legal Theory* 325-328 Historical Jurisprudence 330-344 Positivism 368-380 Sociology of Law, Sociological Jurisprudence 400-474 Natural Law 486-487 Relation of Law to Other Topics ***520-5582*** ***Comparative Law, International Uniform Law*** 540-546 Trials 583-591 Legal Systems Compared *600-619* *Private Law* 605-615 Unification *623-968* *Civil Law* *625-709* *Persons* 670-709 Domestic Relations 720-792 Property 795-798 Trusts and Trustees 805-821 Succession Upon Death *830-968* *Obligations* 840-917 Contracts 920 Restitution, Quasi Contracts, Unjust Enrichment 923-968 Torts 970 Compensation to Victims of Crime, Reparation *1000-1388* *Commercial Law* 1010-1016 The Merchant, Business Enterprises 1021-1022 Commercial Agency *1024-1132* *Commercial Contracts* 1026-1045 Sale of Goods 1054-1065 Negotiable Instruments 1066-1088 Banking 1100-1104 Secured Transactions 1112-1116 Investments *1150-1231* *Maritime Law* 1195-1223 Maritime Social Legislation 1226-1231 Marine Insurance 1241-1287 Insurance 1301-1366 Business Associations 1370-1388 Insolvency and Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights *1401-1578* *Intellectual Property* 1411-1485 Copyright 1500-1578 Industrial Property *1700-1970* *Social Legislation* 1701-1841 Labor Law 1861-1929 Social Insurance 1960-1970 Public Welfare, Public Assistance *2100-2385* *Courts, Procedure* 2110-2155 Court Organization and Procedure 2201-2385 Civil Procedure 2390 Negotiated Settlement, Compromise 2400-2405 Arbitration and Award 3150 Public Law *3154-3367* *Constitutional Law* 3161 Constitutional History 3169 The State 3171-3179 Constitutional Principles 3185-3188 Structure of Government 3201-3205 Foreign Relations 3224-3278 Individual and State 3280-3282 Church and State 3285 Form of Government *3290-3367* *Organs of Government* 3290-3304 The People, Election Law 3310-3329 The Legislature 3332-3363 Heads of State and the Central Government 3367 The Judiciary 3375 Colonial Law *3400-3431* *Administrative Law* 3403-3416 The Administrative Process 3420-3431 Administrative Organization 3440-3460 Civil Service, Government Officials and Employees 3476-3558 Public Property, Public Restraint on Private Property 3566-3597 Public Health 3601-3609 Medical Legislation 3615-3617 Veterinary Laws, Veterinary Hygiene 3625-3649 Food, Drugs, Cosmetics 3651-3654 Alcohol, Alcoholic Beverages 3661-3674 Public Safety 3700-3705 Control of Social Activities 3740-3762 Education 3770-3793 Science and Arts, Research 3820-3832 Economic Constitution, Policy, Planning, and Development *3840-4375* *Regulation of Industry, Trade, and Commerce, Occupational Law* 3842-3862 Trade Regulations, Control of Trade Practices 3870-3918 Primary Production, Extractive Industries 3941-3974 Trade and Commerce 3978-3990 Public Utilities 4011-4339 Transportation and Communication 4360-4375 Professions and Occupations *4430-4675* *Public Finance* 4453-4640 National Revenue 4650-4675 State and Local Finance 4700-4705 Government Measures in Time of War, National Emergency or Economic Crisis *4720-4760* *National Defense, Military Law* 4725-4734 The Military Establishment, Armed Forces 4740-4760 Military Criminal Law and Procedure *5000-5570* *Criminal Law and Procedure* 5011-5316 Criminal Law 5401-5570 Criminal Procedure ***7000-7720*** ***Conflict of Laws*** 7051-7054 International Unification, Approximation, and Harmonization 7060-7081 Choice of Law 7085 Retroactive Law, Intertemporal Law 7090 Juristic Acts *7120-7197* *Persons* *7120-7148* *Status, Capacity and Disability* 7125-7140 Natural Persons 7145-7148 Juristic Persons, Associations *7155-7197* *Domestic Relations, Family Law* 7157-7178 Marriage, Husband and Wife 7181-7192 Parent and Child 7197 Guardian and Ward 7200-7222 Property 7230-7245 Succession Upon Death *7260-7335* *Obligations* 7265-7305 Contracts 7310 Restitution, Quasi Contracts, Unjust Enrichment 7315-7335 Torts *7340-7512* *Commercial Law* 7350-7444 Commercial Contracts 7449-7460 Maritime Law 7470 Insurance 7485-7495 Business Associations, Business Corporations 7510-7512 Insolvency and Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights *7550-7582* *Intellectual Property* 7555-7557 Copyright 7570-7582 Industrial Property 7585-7595 Social Legislation 7616-7686 Civil Procedure, International Civil Procedure 7690 Arbitration and Award **KD** **51-9500** Law of England and Wales 8850-9312 Local Laws of England 9320-9355 Local Laws of Wales 9400-9500 Wales **KDC** 51-990 Scotland **KDE** 21-580 Northern Ireland **KDG** 26-540 Isle of Man, Channel Islands **KDK** 21-1950 Ireland (Eire) **KDZ** 0-4999 America. North America. 1100-1199 Organization of American States **KE** 1-9450 **Law of Canda:** Federal Law, Common and Collective Provincial Law **KEA** 0-599 Alberta **KEB** 0-599 British Columbia **KEM** 0-599 Manitoba **KEN** 0-599 New Brunswick 1200-1799 Newfoundland 5400-5999 Northwest Territories 7400-7999 Nova Scotia **KEO** 0-1199 Ontario **KEP** 0-599 Prince Edward Island **KEQ** 0-1199 Quebec **KES** 0-599 Saskatchewan **KEY** 0-599 Yukon Territory **KEZ** 0-9999 Individual Cities, A-Z **KF** **1-9827** **Law of the United States:** Federal Law, Common and Collective State Law 1-8 Bibliography 16-49 Legislative Documents 50-90 Statutes and Administrative Regulations 101-153 Law Reports and Related Materials 154 Encyclopedias 156 Law Dictionaries, Words and Phrases 165 Uniform State Laws 170 Form Books 178 Yearbooks 180-185 Judicial Statistics 190-195 Directories 200 Society and Bar Association Journals and Yearbooks 202 Congresses ***204-224*** ***Collections*** 209 Monographic Series 210-211 Several Authors, Festschriften 213 Individual Authors 220-224 Criminal Trials 228 Records and Briefs of Individual Civil Suits 240-246 Legal Research, Legal Bibliography 250-251 Legal Composition and Draftsmanship 255 Law Reporting 260 Cases and Materials 262-292 Legal Education 294 Law Societies, A-Z 297-334 The Legal Profession 336-337 Legal Aid, Legal Aid Societies 338 Lawyer Referral Services 350-374 History 379-382 Jurisprudence and Philosophy of American Law 384 Criticism, Legal Reform, General Administration of Justice 385-391 General and Comprehensive Works 394-395 Common Law in the United States 398-400 Equity 410-418 Conflict of Laws 420 Retroactive Law, Intertemporal Law 425-435 General Principles and Concepts 445-450 Concepts Applying to Several Branches of Law ***465-553*** ***Persons*** 465-485 General, Status, Capacity 501-553 Domestic Relations, Family Law ***560-720*** ***Property*** 560-562 General, Ownership 566-698 Real Property, Land Law 701-720 Personal Property 726-745 Trusts and Trustees 746-750 Estate Planning 753-780 Succession Upon Death ***801-1241*** ***Contracts*** 801 General and Comprehensive Works 807-839 General Principles 841-869 Government Contracts *871-1241* *Particular Contracts* 871-890 Comprehensive, Commercial Law, Mercantile Transactions 894 Contract of Service, Master and Servant 898-905 Contract for Work and Labor 911-935 Sale of Goods 939-951 Contracts Involving Bailments 956-962 Negotiable Instruments 966-1032 Banking 1033 Foreign Exchange Brokerage 1035-1040 Loan of Money 1045 Suretyship, Guaranty 1046-1062 Secured Transactions 1066-1083 Marketing of Securities, Investments, Stock Exchange Transactions 1085-1086 Commodity Exchanges *1091-1137* *Carriers, Carriage of Goods and Passengers* 1091 General, Liability 1092 Carriage by Land 1093 Carriage by Air 1096-1114 Carriage by Sea, Maritime Commercial Law, Admiralty 1121-1132 Maritime Labor Law 1135-1137 Marine Insurance 1146-1238 Insurance 1241 Aleatory Contracts 1244 Restitution, Quasi Contracts, Unjust Enrichment 1246-1327 Torts 1328 Compensation to Victims of Crime 1341-1348 Agency ***1355-1480*** ***Associations*** 1355-1395 General *1361-1380* *Unincorporated Associations* 1361-1362 General 1365-1380 Business Associations, Partnership *1384-1480* *Corporations, Juristic Persons* 1384-1386 General 1388-1389 Nonprofit Corporations 1396-1477 Business Corporations 1480 Government-Owned Corporations and Business Organizations 1501-1548 Insolvency and Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights ***1600-2940*** ***Regulation of Industry, Trade, and Commerce, Occupational Law*** 1600 General and Comprehensive *1601-1666* *Trade Regulation, Control of Trade Practices* 1601-1611 General, Unfair Trade Practices 1614-1617 Advertising 1619-1620 Labeling 1624-1625 Restraint of Trade 1626-1629 Price Fixing 1631-1657 Monopolies, Antitrust Laws 1659-1659.1 Small Business 1661 Trade Associations 1663 State Jurisdiction, Trade Barriers 1665-1666 Weights and Measures *1681-1873* *Primary Production, Extractive Industries* 1681-1750 Agriculture, Forestry 1770-1773 Fishery 1801-1873 Mining, Quarrying, Oil and Gas 1875-1893 Manufacturing Industries 1900-1944 Food Processing Industries 1950 Construction and Building Industry 1970-2057 Trade and Commerce 2076-2140 Public Utilities 2161-2849 Transportation and Communication 2901-2940 The Professions ***2971-3192*** ***Intellectual Property*** 2971-2980 General 2986-3080 Copyright 3084 Author and Publisher 3086 Design Protection 3091-3192 Patent Law and Trademarks 3195-3198 Unfair Competition ***3300-3750*** ***Social Legislation*** 3300 General 3301-3580 Labor Law 3600-3686 Social Insurance 3720-3745 Public Welfare, Public Assistance 3750 Disaster Relief 3775-3813 Public Health, Sanitation 3821-3829 Medical Legislation 3832 Eugenics, Sterilization 3835-3838 Veterinary Law, Veterinary Hygiene 3841-3845 Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 3861-3894 Food, Drugs, Cosmetics 3901-3925 Alcohol, Alcoholic Beverages, Prohibition ***3941-3977*** ***Public Safety*** 3941-3942 Weapons, Firearms, Munitions 3945-3965 Hazardous Articles and Processes 3970 Accident Control 3975-3977 Fire Prevention and Control, Explosives ***3985-3995*** ***Control of Social Activities*** 3985 General 3987 Amusements 3989 Sports, Prizefighting 3992 Lotteries 3995 Other 4101-4258 Education ***4270-4330*** ***Science and the Arts, Research*** 4270 General 4280 Particular Branches and Subjects, A-Z 4288-4302 The Arts 4305 Museums and Galleries 4310-4312 Historical Buildings and Monuments 4315-4319 Libraries 4325 Archives, Historical Documents 4330 Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Exchanges ***4501-5130*** ***Constitutional Law*** 4501-4515 Sources 4520 Works on the Legislative History of the Constitution 4525-4528 Texts of the Constitution 4530 State Constitutions (Collections) 4541-4545 Constitutional History of the United States 4546-4554 General Works (History, Theory, and Interpretation of Constitutional Law) 4555 Amending Process 4558 Particular Amendments 4565-4578 Separation of Powers, Delegation of Powers 4581-4583 Sources and Relationships of Law 4600-4629 Structure of Government, Federal and State Relations, Jurisdiction 4635 National Territory, Noncontiguous Territories 4650-4694 Foreign Relations 4695 Public Policy, Police Power *4700-4856* *Individual and State* 4700-4720 Nationality and Citizenship 4741-4783 Civil and Political Rights and Liberties 4788 Political Parties *4791-4856* *Control of Individuals* 4791 Identification 4794-4794.5 Passports 4800-4848 Aliens 4850-4856 Internal Security 4865-4869 Church and State *4881-5130* *Organs of the Government* 4881-4921 The People, Election Law 4930-5005 The Legislature 5050-5125 The Executive Branch 5130 The Judiciary, Judicial Power 5150 National Emblem, Flag, Seal, Seat of Government, National Anthem 5152 Patriotic Customs and Observances 5153-5154 Decorations of Honor, Awards 5155-5156 Commemorative Medals 5300-5332 Local Government 5336-5398 Civil Service, Government Officials and Employees 5399 Police and Power of the Police 5401-5425 Administrative Organization and Procedure **KFA** 0-599 **Individual States:** Alabama 1200-1799 Alaska 2400-2999 Arizona 3600-4199 Arkansas **KFC** 0-1199 California 1800-2399 Colorado 3600-4199 Conneticut **KFD** 0-599 Delware 1200-1799 District of Columbia **KFF** 0-599 Florida **KFG** 0-599 Georgia **KFH** 0-599 Hawaii **KFI** 0-599 Idaho 1200-1799 Illinois 3000-3599 Indiana 4200-4799 Iowa **KFK** 0-599 Kansas 1200-1799 Kentucky **KFL** 0-599 Louisiana **KFM** 0-599 Maine 1200-1799 Maryland 2400-2999 Massachusetts 4200-4799 Michigan 5400-5999 Minnesota 6600-7199 Mississippi 7800-8399 Missouri 9000-9599 Montana **KFN** 0-599 Nebraska 600-1199 Nevada 1200-1799 New Hampshire 1800-2399 New Jersey 3600-4199 New Mexico 5000-6199 New York 7400-7999 North Carolina 8600-9199 North Dakota **KFO** 0-599 Ohio 1200-1799 Oklahoma 2400-2999 Oregon **KFP** 0-599 Pennsylvania **KFR** 0-599 Rhode Island **KFS** 1800-2399 South Carolina 3000-3599 South Dakota **KFT** 0-599 Tennessee 1200-1799 Texas **KFU** 0-599 Utah **KFV** 0-599 Vermont 2400-2999 Virginia **KFW** 0-599 Washington 1200-1799 West Virginia 2400-2999 Wisonsin 4200-4799 Wyoming **KFX** 0-9999 Individual Cities, A-Z **KFZ** 1800-2399 Northwest Territory 8600-9199 Confederate States of America **KG** **0-999** **Latin America (General)** **3000-3999** **Mexico and Central America (General)** **KGA** **0-9000** **Belize** **KGB** **0-9000** **Costa Rica** **KGC** **0-9800** **El Salvador** **KGD** **0-9900** **Guatemala** **KGE** **0-9990** **Honduras** **KGF** **0-9900** **Mexico** **KGG** **0-9800** **Nicaragua** **KGH** 0-8000 Panama 9000-9499 Panama Canal Zone **KGJ** **0-999** **West Indies, Caribbean Area (General)** 7000-7499 Anguilla **KGK** 0-499 Antigua and Barbuda 1000-1499 Aruba **KGL** 0-499 Bahamas 1000-1499 Barbados 2000-2499 Bonaire 3000-3499 British Leeward Islands 4000-4499 British Virgin Islands 5000-5999 British West Indies 6000-6499 British Windward Islands **KGM** **0-499** **Cayman Islands** **KGN** **0-9800** **Cuba** **KGP** 0-499 Curacao 2000-2499 Dominica **KGQ** **0-9800** **Dominican Republic** **KGR** 0-499 Dutch Leeward Islands (General) 1000-1499 Dutch West Indies (Netherlands Antilles) 2000-2499 Dutch Windward Islands (General) 3000-3499 French West Indies (General) 4000-4499 Grenada 5000-5499 Guadeloupe **KGS** **0-9000** **Haiti** **KGT** 0-499 Jamaica 1000-1499 Martinique 2000-2499 Montserrat **KGU** **0-499** **Navassa Islands** **KGV** **0-8200** **Puerto Rico** **KGW** 0-499 Saba 2000-2499 Saint Christopher (Saint Kitts), Nevis, and Anguilla 3000-3499 Saint Lucia 5000-5499 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 7000-7499 Sint Eustatius 8000-8499 Sint Martin **KGX** **0-499** **Trinidad and Tobago** **KGY** **0-499** **Turks and Caicos Islands** **KGZ** **0-499** **Virgin Islands of the United States** **KH** **0-999** **South America (General)** **KHA** **0-9800** **Argentina** **KHC** **0-8200** **Bolivia** **KHD** **0-9900** **Brazil** **KHF** **0-9800** **Chile** **KHH** **0-9900** **Columbia** **KHK** **0-9900** **Equador** **KHL** **0-9000** **Falkland Islands** **KHM** **0-9000** **French Guiana** **KHN** **0-9000** **Guyana** **KHP** **0-9700** **Paraguay** **KHQ** **0-9800** **Peru** **KHS** **0-9000** **Surinam** **KHU** **0-9800** **Uruguay** **KHW** **0-9900** **Venezuela** **KJ** **2-1040** **Europe: History of Law** 160-1040 Germanic Law **KJA** **2-3660** **Roman Law** **KJC** **2-9799** **Regional Comparative and Uniform Law** **KJE** **5-7975** **Regional Organization and Integration, Comparative Law** **KJG** **0-4999** **Albania** **KJH** **0-499** **Andorra** **KJJ** **0-4999** **Austria** **KJK** **0-4999** **Belgium** **KJM** **0-4999** **Bulgaria** **KJN** **0-499** **Cyprus** **KJP** **0-4999** **Czechoslovakia** **KJR** **0-4999** **Denmark** **KJT** **0-4999** **Finland** **KJV** **2-9158** **France: Mational Laws** **KJW** 51-4360 France: Individual Regions, Provinces, Departments, etc. 5201-9600 Individual Cities **KK** **2-9799.3** **Germany and West Germany** **KKA** **7-9796** **East Germany** **KKB-\ **Germany: Individual States, Provinces, Cities** KKC** **KKE** **0-4999** **Greece** **KKF** **0-4999** **Hungary** **KKG** **0-499** **Iceland** **KKH** **0-4999** **Italy** **KKJ** **0-499** **Liechtenstein** **KKK** 0-499 Luxembourg 1000-1499 Malta **KKL** **0-499** **Monaco** **KKM** **0-4999** **Netherlands** **KKN** **0-4999** **Norway** **KKP** **0-4999** **Poland** **KKQ** **0-4999** **Portugal** **KKR** **0-4999** **Romania** **KKS** **0-499** **San Marino** **KKT** **0-4999** **Spain** **KKW** **0-4999** **Switzerland** **KKX** **0-4999** **Turkey** **KKY** **0-490** **Vatican City** **KKZ** **0-4999** **Yugoslavia** ————————————————- ————————- —————————————————————————————————————— L - Education ============= ———— ———————————————————————————————— [L][] [Education (General).][L] [LA][] [History of Education.][LA] [LB][] [Theory and Practice of Education.][LB] [LC][] [Social Aspects of Education.][LC] [LD][] [Individual Institutions: United States.][LD] [LE][] [Individual Institutions: America except United States][LE] [LF][] [Individual Institutions: Europe][LF] [LG][] [Individual Institutions: Asia, Africa, Oceania][LG] [LH][] [College and School Magazines and Papers.][LH] [LJ][] [Student Fraternities and Societies in the United States.][LJ] [LT][] [Multi-Subject Textbooks.][LT] ———— ———————————————————————————————— * * * * *
**L** **7-991** **Education (General)**
7-97 Periodicals, Societies
101 Yearbooks
107 Congresses
111-791 Official Documents, Reports, etc.
797-898 Educational Exhibitions and Museums
899 School Fairs
900-991 Directories of Educational Institutions
**LA** **5-2396** **History of Education**
5-25 General
31-135 By Period
173-186 Higher Education
201-398 United States
410-2284 Other Regions or Countries
2301-2396 Biography
**LB** **5-3640** **Theory and Practice of Education**
5-45 General
51-885 Systems of Individual Educators and Writers
***1025-1050.7*** ***Teaching (Principles and Practices)***
1049.9-1050.75 Reading (General)
1050.9-1091 Educational Psychology
1101-1139 Child Study
1139.2-1139.5 Early Childhood Education
1140-1140.5 Preschool Education
1141-1489 Kindergarten
1501-1547 Primary Education
1555-1602 Elementary or Public School Education
1603-1696.6 Secondary Education, High Schools
***1705-2286*** ***Education and Training of Teachers***
1771-1773 Certification of Teachers
1775-1785 Professional Aspects of Teaching and School Administrators, Vocational Guidance
*1805-2151* *State Teachers Colleges*
1811-1987 United States
1991-2151 Other Regions or Countries
2165-2278 Teacher Training in Universities and Colleges
***2300-2430*** ***Higher Education***
2326.4-2330 Institutions of Higher Education
2331.7-2335.8 Teaching Personnel
2335.86-2335.885 Trade Unions
2335.95-2337 Endowments, Trusts, etc.
2337.2-2340.8 Student Financial Aid
2341-2341.95 Supervision and Administration, Business Management
2351-2359 Admission and Entrance Requirements
2361-2365 Curriculum
2366-2367.75 College Examinations
2371-2372 Graduate Education
2381-2391 Academic Degrees
2799-2799.3 Educational Consultants and Consulting
***2801-3095*** ***School Administration and Organization***
2831.6-2831.99 Administrative Personnel
2832-2844.1 Teaching Personnel
2844.52-2844.63 Trade Unions
*3011-3095* *School Management and Discipline*
3045-3048 Textbooks
3050-3060.87 Educational Tests, Measurements, Evaluations and Examinations
3201-3325 School Architecture and Equipment, School Physical Facilities, Campus Planning
3401-3499 School Hygene, School Health Services
3525-3575 Special Days
3602-3640
School Life, Student Manners and Customs
**LC** **8-6691** **Special Aspects of Education**
***8-59*** ***Forms of Education***
8 General Works
15 Conversation and Culture
25-33 Self-Education, Self-Culture
37-44.3 Home Education
45-45.8 Nonformal Education
*47-58.7* Private School Education
58-58.7 Preparatory Schools, Preparatory School Education
59 Public School Education
***65-245*** ***Social Aspects of Education***
65-67.68 Economic Aspects of Education
68-70 Demographic Aspects of Education
*71-120.4* *Education and the State*
72-72.5 Academic Freedom
107-120.4 Public School Question, Secularization, Religious Instruction in the Public Schools
129-139 Compulsory Education
142-148.5 Attendance, Dropouts
149-161 Literacy, Illiteracy
165-182 Higher Education and the State
184-188 Taxation of Schools and Colleges
*189-214.53* *Educational Sociology*
212-212.863 Discrimination in Education
212.9-212.93 Sex Differences in Education
213-214.53 Educational Equalization, Right to Education
*215-238.4* *Community and the School*
233 Schools as Community Centers
225-226.7 Home and School
230-235 Parent-Teacher Associations
237-238.4 College-University and the Community
241-245 Foundations, Endowments, Funds
***251-951*** ***Moral and Religious Education, Education Under Church Control***
251-318 Moral Education, Character Building
*321-951* *Religion and Education, Education Under Church Control*
*361-629* *Christian Education, Church Education*
446-454 Orthodox Eastern Church
461-510 Roman Catholic
531-629 Protestant
701-775 Jewish Education
901-915 Islamic Education
921-929.7 Buddhist Education
951 Other
***1001-1099.5*** ***Types of Education (humanistic, vocational, and professional)***
*1001-1024* *Humanistic Education, Liberal Education*
1022-1022.25 Computer-Assisted Education
1025-1027 Collective Education
1030 Communist Education
1031-1034.5 Competency Based Education
1035-1035.8 Basic Education, Basic Skills Education
1036-1036.8 Community Education
1037-1037.8 Career Education
1041-1048 Vocational Education (General)
1049-1049.8 Cooperative Education
1051-1072 Professional Education
1081-1087.4 Industrial Education (General)
1090-1091 Political Education
1099-1099.5 Intercultural Education (General)
***1390-5158*** ***Educating Special Classes of Persons***
1390 Boys
1401-2572 Women
2580-2582 Student-Athletes
2601-2611 Education in Developing Countries
2630-2638 Asian Americans, Asians in the United States
*2667-2698* *Latin Americans, Hispanic Americans*
2680-2688 Mexican Americans, Mexicans in the United States
2690-2698 Puerto Ricans, Puerto Ricans in the United States
2699-2913 Blacks, Afro-Americans
3001-3501 Asians
3503-3520 Gipsies
3530-3540 Lapps
3551-3593 Jews
3701-3740 Immigrants or Ethnic and Linguistic Minorities, Bilingual Schools and Bilingual Education
3745-3747 Children of Immigrants
3950-4806.5 Exceptional Children and Youth, Special Education
4812-5160.3 Other Special Classes
5161-5163 Fundamental Education
***5201-6660.4*** ***Education Extension, Adult Education, Continuing Education***
5451-5493 Aged Education
5501-5560 Evening Schools
5701-5771 Vacation Schools, Summer Schools
5800-5808 Distance Education
5900-6101 Correspondence Schools
6201-6401 University Extension
6501-6560.4 Lyceums and Lecture Courses, Forums
6571-6581 Radio and Television Extension Courses, Instruction by Radio and Television
6601-6660.4 Reading Circles and Correspondence Clubs
6681 Education and Travel
6691 Traveling Education Exhibits
**LD** **13-7501** **Individual Institutions: United States**
***13-7251*** ***Universities, Colleges***
6501 Community Colleges, Junior Colleges
7020-7251 Women’s Colleges
7501 Secondary and Elementary Schools
**LE** **3-78** **Individual Institutions: America, except United States**
3-5 Canada
7-9 Mexico
11-13 Central America
15-17 West Indies
21-78 South America
**LF** **14-5477** **Individual Institutions: Europe**
**LG** **21-961** **Individual Institutions: Asia, Africa, Oceania**
**LH** **1-9** **College and School Magazines and Papers**
**LJ** **3-75** **Student Fraternities and Societies in the United States**
**LT** **6-501** **Multi-Subject Textbooks**
M - Music ========= ———————- ——————————————————— [M][] [Instrumental and Vocal Music.][M] [ML][] [Literature of Music.][ML] [MT][] [Musical Instruction and Study.][MT] ———————- ———————————————————

* * * * * ————————————————- ————————- —————————————————————————————————————————————————————— — **M** **1-5000** **Music** 1 . A1-A15 Music Printed or Copied in Manuscript in the United States or the Colonies Before 1860 2-2.3 Collections of Musical Scores 3-3.1 Collected Works of Individual Composers 3.3 First Editions ***5-1490*** ***Instrumental Music*** 6-175.5 Solo Instruments 176 Instrumental Music for Motion Pictures 176.5 Instrumental Music for Radio and Television *177-990* *Music for Two or More Solo Instruments* 180-298.5 Duets 300-386 Trios 400-486 Quartets 500-586 Quintets 600-686 Sextets 700-786 Septets 800-886 Octets 900-986 Nonets and Larger Combinations of Purely Chamber Music 990 Chamber Music for Instruments of the 18th Century and Earlier 1000-1075 Orchestra 1100-1160 String Orchestra 1200-1269 Band 1270 Fife (Bugle) and Drum Music, Field Music, etc. 1350-1353 Reduced Orchestra 1356-1356.2 Dance Orchestra and Instrumental Ensembles 1360 Mandolin and Similar Orchestras od Pleactral Instruments 1362 Accordion Band 1365 Ministrel Music 1366 Jazz Ensembles 1375-1420 Instrumental Music 1450 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* * * * * ————————————————- ————————— ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— **R** **5-920** **Medicine (General)** 5-130.5 General Works 131-687 History of Medicine, Medical Expeditions 690-697 Medicine as a Profession, Physicians 702-703 Medicine and Disease in Relation to Histroy, Literature, etc. 713-713.97 Directories 722-722.32 Missionary Medicine, Medical Missionaries 723-726 Medical Philosophy, Medical Ethics 726.5-726.8 Medicine and Disease in Relation to Psychology, Terminal Care, Dying 727-727.8 Physician and the Public 728-733 Practice of Medicine, Medical Practice Economics 735-854 Medical Education, Medical Schools, Research 856-857 Biomedical Engineering, Electronics, Instrumentation 858-859.7 Computer Applications to Medicine 864 Medical Records 895-920 Medical Physics, Medical Radiology, Nuclear Medicine **RA** **1-1270** **Public Aspects of Medicine** ***1-418.5*** ***Medicine and the State*** 396 Regulation of Medical Education, Licensure 398 Registration of Physicians, Pharmacists, etc. 399 Regulation of Medical Practice, Evaluation and Quality Control of Medical Care 405 Death Certification 407-409.5 Medical Statistics and Surveys 410-410.9 Medical Economics, Economics of Medical Care 411-415 Provisions for Personal Medical Care, Medical Care Plans 418-418.5 Medicine and Society, Social Medicine, Medical Sociology ***421-790.85*** ***Public Health, Hygiene, Preventive Medicine*** 428-428.5 Public Health Laboratories, Institutes, etc. 440-440.85 Study and Teaching, Research 565-600 Environmental Health (including sewage disposal, air pollution, nuisances, water supply) 601-602 Food and Food Supply in Relation to Public Health 604-618 Parks, Public Baths, Public Carriers, Buildings, etc. 619-636.7 Disposal of the Dead, Undertaking, Cemeteries 638 Immunity and Immunization in Relation to Public Health 639-642 Transmission of Disease 643-645 Disease and Public Health 645.3-645.37 Home Health Care Services 645.5-645.9 Emergency Medical Services 646-648.3 War and Public Health 648.5-766 Epidemics, Epidemology, Quarantine, Disinfection 771-771.7 Rural Health and Hygiene (including clothing, bathing, exercise, travel, nutrition, sleep, sex hygiene) 790-790.85 Mental Health 791-954 Medical Geography, Medical Climatology and Meteorology 960-999 Medical Centers, Hospitals, Dispensaries, Clinics (including ambulance service and nursing homes) 1001-1171 Forensic Medicine, Medical Jurisprudence, Legal Medicine 1190-1270 Toxiciology, Poisons **RB** **1-214** **Pathology** 1-17 General Works 24-33 Pathology Anatomy and Histology 37-56 Clinical Pathology, Laboratory Technique 57 Post-Mortem Examination, Autopsies 127-150 Manifestation of Disease 151-214 Theories of Disease, Etiology, Pathogenesis **RC** **31-1245** **Internal Medicine, Practice of Medicine** 49-52 Psychosomatic Medicine 71-78.7 Examination, Diagnosis (including radiography) 81-82 Popular Medicine 86-88.9 Medical Emergencies, Critical Care, Intensive Care, First Aid 91-103 Diseases Due to Physical and Chemical Agents 110-216 Infectious and Parasitic Diseases 251 Constitutional Diseases (General) 254-282 Neoplasms, Tumors, Oncology (including cancer and carcinogens) 306-320.5 Tuberculosis ***321-571*** ***Neurology and Psychiatry, Neuropsychiatry*** 346-429 Neurology, Diseases of the Nervous System (including speech disorders) *435-571* *Psychiatry* 475-489 Therapeutics, Psychotherapy 490-499 Hypnotism and Hypnosis, Suggestion Therapy 500-510 Psychoanalysis *512-571* *Psychopathology* 512-528 Psychoses 530-552 Neuroses 554-569.5 Personality Disorders, Behavior Problems (including sexual problems, drug abuse, suicide, child abuse) 569.7-571 Mental Retardation ***581-951*** ***Specialties of Internal Medicine*** 581-607 Immunologic Diseases, Allergy 620-627 Nutritional Diseases, Deficiency Diseases 627.5-632 Metabolic Diseases 633-647.5 Diseases of the Blood and Blood-Forming Organs 648-665 Diseases of the Endocrine Glands 666-701 Diseases of the Circulatory (Cardiovascular) System 705-779 Diseases of the Respiratory System 799-869 Diseases of the Digestive System, Gastroenterology 870-923 Diseases of the Genitourinary System, Urology 924-924.5 Diseases of the Connective Tissues 925-935 Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System 952-954.6 Geriatrics 955-962 Arctic and Tropical Medicine 963-969 Industrial Medicine, Industrial Hygiene 970-1015 Military Medicine, Naval Medicine 1030-1160 Transportation Medicine (including automotive, aviation, and space medicine) 1200-1245 Sports Medicine **RD** **1-811** **Surgery** 1-31.7 General Works 32-33.9 Operative Surgery, Technique of Surgical Operations 49-52 Surgical Therapeutics, Preoperative and Postoperative Care 57 Surgical Pathology 58 Reparative Processes After Operations (Physiological) 59 Surgical Shock, Traumatic Shock 63-76 Operating Rooms and Theaters, Instruments, Apparatus, and Appliances 78.3-87.3 Anesthesiology 91-91.5 Asepsis and Antisepsis, Sterilization (Operative) 92-97.8 Emergency Surgery, Wounds and Injuries 98-98.4 Surgical Complications 99-99.35 Surgical Nursing 101-103 Fractures (General) 118-120.5 Plastic Surgery, Repatative Surgery 120.7-129.5 Transplantation of Organs, Tissues, etc. 130 Prosthesis, Artificial Organs 150-498 Military and Naval Surgery 520-599.5 Surgery by Region, System, or Organ 651-678 Neoplasms, Tumors, Oncology 680-688 Diseases of the Locomotor System (Surgical Treatment) ***701-811*** ***Orthopedics*** 792-811 Physical Rehabilitation **RE** **1-994** **Opthamology** 80-87 Eye Surgery 88 Ophthalmic Nursing 91-912 Particular Diseases of the Eye 918-921 Color Vision Tests, Charts, etc. 925-939 Refraction and Errors of Refraction and Accommodation 940-981 Optometry, Opticians, Eyeglasses 986-988 Artificial Eyes and Other Prostheses 991-992 Ocular Therapeutics **RF** **1-547** **Otorhinolaryngology (Ear, Nose, Throat)** 110-320 Otology, Diseases of the Ear 341-437 Rhinology, Diseases of the Nose, Accessory Sinuses, and Nasopharynx 460-547 Laryngology, Diseases of the Throat **RG** **1-991** **Gynecology and Obstetrics** 103-104.6 Operative Gynecology 133-137.6 Conception, Artificial Insemination, Contraception 138 Sterilization of Women 159-208 Functional and Systemic Disorders 211-483 Abnormalities and Diseases of the Female Genital Organs 484-485 Gynecological and Obstetric Urology 491-499 Diseases of the Breast ***500-991*** ***Obstetrics*** 551-591 Pregnancy *600-649* *The Embryo and Fetus* 648 Spontaneous Abortion, Miscarriage 651-721 Labor, Parturition 725-791 Obstetric Operations, Operative Obstetrics 801-871 Puerperal State 940-991 Maternal Care **RJ** **1-570** **Pediatrics** 47.3-47.4 Genetic Aspects 50-51 Examination, Diagnosis 52-53 Therapeutics 59-60 Infant and Neonatal Morbidity and Mortality 91 Supposed Prenatal Influence, Prenatal Culture, Stirpiculture 101-103 Hygiene and Care of Children 125-145 Physiology of Children and Adolescents 240 Immunization of Children (General) 242-243 Hospital Care 245 Nursing of Children, Pediatric Nursing 250 Premature Infants 251-325 Newbord Infants (including physiology, care, treatment, diseases) ***370-550*** ***Diseases of Children and Adolescents*** 499-507 Mental Disorders, Child Psychiatry **RK** **1-715** **Dentistry** 58-59.3 Practice of Dentistry, Dental Economics 60.7-60.8 Preventive Dentistry 280 Oral and Dental Anatomy and Physiology 301-493 Oral and Dental Medicine, Pathology, Diseases 501-519 Operative Dentistry 520-528 Orthodontics 529-535 Oral Surgery 641-667 Prosthetic Dentistry, Prosthodontics **RL** **1-803** **Dermatology** 87-94 Care and Hygiene 95 Pathological Anatomy 110-120 Therapeutics 130-169 Diseases of the Glands, Hair, Nails 201-331 Hyperemias, Inflammations, and Infections of the Skin 391-489 Atrophies, Hypertrophies 675 Chronic Ulcer of the Skin, Bedsores 701-751 Diseases Due to Psychosomatic and Nerve Disorders, Dermatoneuroses 760-785 Diseases Due to Parasites 790 Pigmentation, Albinism 793 Congenital Disorders of the Skin, Nevi, Moles **RM** **1-931** **Therapeutics, Pharmacology** 138 Drug Prescribing 139 Prescription Writing 146-146.7 Misues of Therapeutic Drugs, Medication Errors 147-180 Administration of Drugs and Other Therapeutic Agents 182-190 Other Therapeutic Procedures (including acupuncture, pneumatic aspiration, spinal puncture, pericardial puncture) 214-258 Diet Therapy, Diet and Dietetics in Disease, Dietary Cookbooks 259 Vitamin Therapy 260-263 Chemotherapy 265-267 Antibiotic Therapy, Antibiotics 270-282 Serum Therapy, Immunotherapy 283-298 Endocrinotherapy, Organotherapy 300-666 Drugs and their Actions 671-671.5 Commercial Preparations, Patent Medicines ***695-890*** ***Physical Medicine, Physical Therapy (including massage, exercise, occupational therapy, hydrotherapy, phototherapy, radiotherapy, thermotherapy, electrotherapy)*** 845-862 Medical Radiology 930-931 Rehabilitation Therapy **RS** **1-441** **Pharmacy and Materia Medica** 125-131.9 Formularies, Collected Prescriptions 139-141.9 Pharmacopoeias 151.2-151.9 Dispensatories ***153-441*** ***Materia Medica*** 160-167 Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Substances (plant, animal, and inorganic) 189-190 Assay Methods, Standardization 192-199 Pharmaceutical Processes 200-201 Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms 250-252 Commercial Preparations, Patent Medicines 355-356 Pharmaceutical Supplies 400-431 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 441 Microscopical Examination of Drugs **RT** **1-120** **Nursing** 89-120 Specialties in Nursing **RV** **1-431** **Botanic, Thomsonian, and Eclectic Medicine** **RX** **1-681** **Homeopathy** 211-581 Diseases, Treatment, etc. 601-675 Materia Medica and Therapeutics **RZ** **201-999** **Other Systems of Medicine** 201-275 Chiropractic 301-397.5 Osteopathy 399 Osteo-Magnetics, Neuropathy, etc. A-Z 400-408 Mental Healing 409.7-999 Miscellaneous Systems and Treatments (including magnetotherapy, mesmerism, naturopathy, organomic medicine, phrenology, radiesthesia, etc.) ————————————————- ————————— ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— S - Agriculture =============== ———— ——————————————- [S][] [Agriculture (General).][S] [SB][] [Plant Culture.][SB] [SD][] [Forestry.][SD] [SF][] [Animal Culture.][SF] [SH][] [Aquaculture.][SH] [SK][] [Hunting.][SK] ———— ——————————————-

* * * * * ————————————————- —————————- ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— **S** **1-954** **Agriculture (General)** 1-19 Periodicals and Societies 21-400 Documents and Other Collections 401 Congresses 403 Agricultural Missions, Voyages, etc. 405-407 Collected Works 411 Encyclopedias 413 Tables 414 Calendars (Yearbooks), Almanacs 415-417 Biography 419-471 History 484-485 Agriculture Departments 491-523 General Works ***530-559*** ***Agricultural Education*** 531-539 Schools, Study and Teaching 539.5-542 Research, Experimentation 544-545 Agricultural Extension Work 548-548.6 Historic Farms 550-559 Expositions, Fairs, etc. 560-572 Farm Economics, Farm Management 583-587.5 Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural Chemicals 589-589.6 Agricultural Physics (including radioisotopes in agriculture) 589.7 Agricultural Ecology (General) 589.75-589.76 Agricultural Pollution 589.8-589.85 Plant Growing Medica, Potting Soils 590-599.9 Soils (including soil surveys, soil chemistry, soil structure, soil-plant relationships) 600-600.7 Agricultural Meteorology, Crops and Climate 602.5-604.37 Methods and Systems of Culture, Cropping Systems (including fallowing, rotation of crops, plowing) 604.5-604.64 Agricultural Conservation ***604.8-621.5*** ***Melioration: Improvement, Reclamation, Fertilization, Irrigation, etc., of Lands*** 605.5 Organic Farming, Organoculture 606-621 Special Classes of Lands and Reclamation Methods (including woodlands, burning of lands, deserts, saline environments, moors) 622-627 Soil Conservation 631-667 Fertilizers and Soil Improvement 671-760 Farm Machinery and Engineering 770-790.3 Agricultural Structures, Farm Buildings 900-954 Conservation of Natural Resources (including land conservation) **SB** **1-668** **Plant Culture** 39 Horticultural Voyages, etc. 107-109 Economic Botany 110-111 Methods for Special Areas (including dry farming, tropical agriculture) 112 Irrigation Farming 113.2-118.45 Seeds 118.5-118.75 Nurseries, Nursery Industry 119-124 Propagation (including breeding, selection, grafting, air layering) 125 Training and Pruning 126 Artificial Light Gardening 126.5 Soilless Agriculture, Hydroponics 127 Forcing 128 Growth Regulators 129 Harvesting, Curing, Storage 170-171 Tree Crops 175-177 Food Crops 183-317 Field Crops (including cereals, forage crops, grasses, legumes, root crops, sugar plants, textile plants, alkaloidal plants, medicinal plants) **317.5-450.87** **Horticulture, Horticultural Crops** 320-353.5 Vegetables ***354-402*** ***Fruit Culture and Orchard Care*** 381-386 Berries and Small Fruits 387-399 Grape Culture, Viticulture 401 Nuts ***403-450.87*** ***Flowers and Flower Culture, Ornamental Plants*** 406.7-406.83 Plant Propagation 409-413 Culture of Individual Plants 414 Forcing 414.6-417 Greenhouses and Greenhouse Culture 418-418.4 Container Gardening 419-419.3 Indoor Gardening and Houseplants 419.5 Roof Gardening, Balcony Gardening 421-439.8 Classes of Plants (including annuals, climbers, ferns, lawns, perennials, shrubs) 441-441.75 Flower Shows, Exhibitions 442.5 Care and Preparation of Cut Flowers and Ornamental Plants for Market 442.8-443.4 Marketing, Cut Flower Industry 444-446.6 Horticultural Service Industry 447 Preservation and Reproduction of Flowers, Fruits, etc. 447.5 Bonkei, Tray Landscapes 449-450.87 Flower Arrangement and Decoration 450.9-467 Gardens and Gardening 469-476 Landscape Gardening, Landscape Architecture 481-485 Parks and Public Reservations (including works on theory, management, history) ***599-990.5*** ***Pests and Diseases*** 608 Individual or Types of Plants or Trees 610-615 Weeds, Parasitic Plants, etc. 617-618 Poisonous Plants 621-795 Plant Pathology 818-945 Economic Entomology *950-989* *Pest Control and Treatment of Diseases, Plant Protection* 950.9-970.4 Pesticides 973-973.5 Soil Disinfection 974-989 Organic Plant Protection, Biological Control 992-998 Economic Zoology Applied to Crops, Agricultural Zoology (including animals injurious and beneficial to plants) **SD** **1-668** **Forestry** 119 Voyages 338 Forestry Machinery and Engineering 388.5 Tools and Implements 389 Forest Roads 390-390.3 Forest Soils 390.5-390.7 Forest Meteorology, Forest Microclimatology 391-409.5 Sylviculture 411-428 Conservation and Protection (including forest influences, damage by elements, fires, forest reserves) 430-557 Exploitation and Utilization (including timber trees, fuelwood, logging, transportation, valuation) 561-668 Forest Policy and Administration **SF** **1-1100** **Animal Culture** 84-84.45 Economic Zoology 84.82-85.6 Stock Ranges, Range Management 87 Acclimatization 89 Transportation 91 Housing and Environmental Control 92 Equipment and Supplies 95-99 Feeds and Feeding, Animal Nutrition 101-103.5 Brands and Branding, and Other Means of Identifying 105-109 Breeding 111-113 Cost, Yield, and Profit, Accounting 114-121 Exhibitions, Judging, Stock Shows 170-180 Working Animals ***191-275*** ***Cattle*** 221-250 Dairying 250.5-275 Dairy Processing, Dairy Products ***277-360.3*** ***Horses*** 294.2-297 Horse Sports, Horse Shows 305-307 Driving 308.5-310.5 Horsemanship, Riding 311-312 Draft Horses 315-315.5 Ponies 318 Care of Stables 321-359.7 Racing 361 Donkeys 362 Mules 371-379 Sheep, Wool 380-388 Goats 391-397.83 Swine 402-405 Fur-Bearing Animals 405.5-407 Laboratory Animals 409 Small Animal Culture ***411-459*** ***Pets*** 421-440.2 Dogs 441-450 Cats 451-455 Rabbits and Hares 456-458.83 Fishes, Aquariums 459 Other Animals 461-473 Birds 481-507 Poultry, Eggs 508-510 Game Birds 511 Ostrich 512-513 Ornamental Birds 518 Insect Rearing 521-539 Bee Culture 541-560 Sericulture, Silk Culture 561 Lac-Insects ***600-1100*** ***Veterinary Medicine*** 756.5-769.5 Special Preclinical Sciences (including veterinary genetics, ethology, anatomy, physiology, embryology) 780.2-780.7 Veterinary Microbiology 780.9 Veterinary Epidemiology, Epizootiology 781-809 Communicable Diseases of Animals (General) 810 Veterinary Parasitology 810.5-810.7 Predatory Animals and Their Control 811-909 Veterinary Medicine of Special Organs, Regions, and Systems 910 Other Diseases and Conditions 910.5 Veterinary Orthopedics 911-914 Veterinary Surgery 914.3-914.4 Veterinary Traumatology, Veterinary Emergencies 914.5 Veterinary Acupuncture 915-919.5 Veterinary Pharmacology 925 Veterinary Physical Medicine 951-997.5 Diseases of Special Classes of Animals **SH** **1-691** **Aquaculture, Fisheries, Angling** ***20.5-191*** ***Aquaculture*** 138 Mariculture *151-179* *Fish Culture* 171-179 Diseases and Adverse Factors 185-191 Frogs, Leeches, etc. ***201-399*** ***Fisheries*** 327.5-327.7 Fishery Resources, Fishery Conservation 328-329 Fishery Management, Fishery Policy 334.5-334.7 Fishery Technology 334.9-336.5 Fishery Processing 337 Packing, Transportation and Storage 337.5 Fishing Port Facilities 343.2-343.3 Fishery Oceanography, Fishery Meteorology 343.4 Fishery Research Vessels 343.5 Exploratory Fishing 343.8 Navigation 343.9 Safety Measures 344-344.8 Methods and Gear, Catching of Fish 346-351 Fishery for Individual Species 360-363 Seal Fisheries, Fur Sealing 364 Sea Otter 365-380.92 Shellfish Fisheries, Shellfish Culture 381-385 Whaling 387 Porpoises, Dolphins 389-391.5 Algae Culture, Seaweed 393 Seagrasses 396 Sponge Fisheries 400-400.8 Seafood Gathering 401-691 Angling (including tackle, casting, methods of angling, angling for special kinds of fish) **SK** **1-579** **Hunting** 37-39.5 Shooting ***281-293*** ***Special Methods and Types of Hunting (including bolos, game calling, tracking, trapping, dressing)*** 284-287 Fox Hunting 291-292 Coursing 293 Ferreting 295-305 Big Game 311-335 Bird Hunting 336 Varmint Hunting (General) 341 Other Game 351-579 Wildlife Management, Game Protection ————————————————- —————————- ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— T - Technology ============== ———— ——————————————————————————— [T][] [General Technology][T] [TA][] [General Engineering, General Civil Engineering][TA] [TC][] [Hydraulic and Ocean Engineering][TC] [TD][] [Environmental Technology, Sanitary Engineering][TD] [TE][] [Highway Engineering][TE] [TF][] [Railroads][TF] [TG][] [Bridge Engineering][TG] [TH][] [Building Construction][TH] [TJ][] [Mechanical Engineering][TJ] [TK][] [Electrical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering][TK] [TL][] [Motor Vehicles, Aeronautics, Astronautics][TL] [TN][] [Mining, Metallurgy][TN] [TP][] [Chemical Technology][TP] [TR][] [Photography][TR] [TS][] [Manufactures][TS] [TT][] [Arts and Crafts, Handicrafts][TT] [TX][] [Home Economics][TX] ———— ——————————————————————————— * * * * *
**T** **1-995** **General Technology.**
10.5-11.9 Communication of Technical Information
11.95-12.5 Industrial Directories
14.7-33 History of Technology
44-51 General Works
55-55.3 Industrial Satety, Industrial Accident Prevention
***55.4-60.8*** ***Industrial Engineering, Management Engineering***
*57-57.97* *Applied Mathematics, Quantitative Methods*
57.6-57.97 Operations Research, Systems Analysis
58.4 Managerial Control Systems
58.5-58.64 Information Technology
58.6-58.62 Management Information Systems
58.7-58.8 Production Capacity, Manufacturing Capacity
59-59.2 Standardization
59.5 Automation
59.7-59.77 Human Engineering in Industry, Man-Machine Systems
60-60.8 Work Measurement, Methods Engineering
61-173 Technical Education, Technical Schools
173.2-174.5 Technological Change
175-178 Industrial Research, Research and Development
201-342 Patents, Trademarks
351-385 Mechanical Drawing, Engineering Graphics
391-995 Exhibitions, Trade Shows, World’s Fairs
**TA** **1-2040** **General Engineering, General Civil Engineering.**
164 Bioengineering
165 Engineering Instruments, Meters, etc., Industrial Instrumentation
166-167 Human Engineering
168 Systems Engineering
170-171 Environmental Engineering
174 Engineering Design
177.4-185 Engineering Economy
190-194 Management of Engineering Works
197-198 Engineering Meteorology
213-215 Engineering Machinery, Tools, and Implements
329-348 Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Analysis
349-359 Mechanics of Engineering, Applied Mechanics
365-367 Acoustics in Engineering, Acoustical Engineering
401-492 Materials of Engineering and Construction, Mechanics of Materials
495 Disasters and Engineering
501-625 Surveying
630-695 Structural Engineering (General)
703-712 Engineering Geology. Rock and Soil Mechanics, Underground Construction
715-787 Foundations, Earthwork
800-820 Tunnels, Tunneling
1001-1280 Transportation Engineering (General)
1501-1820 Applied Optics, Photonics
2001-2040 Plasma Engineering, Applied Plasma Dynamics
**TC** **1-1800** Hydraulic and Ocean Engineering.
***1-978*** ***Hydraulic Engineering***
160-181 Technical Hydraulics
183-201 General Preliminary Operations, Dredging, Submarine Building
203-380 Harbors and Coast Protective Works, Coastal Engineering, Lighthouses
401-506 River, Lake, and Water-Supply Engineering (General)
530-537 River Protective Works, Regulation, Flood Control
540-558 Dams, Barrages
601-791 Canals and Inland Navigation, Waterways
801-978 Irrigation Engineering, Reclamation of Wasteland, Drainage
***1501-1800*** ***Ocean Engineering***
**TD** **1-1066** **Environmental Technology, Sanitary Engineering.**
159-168 Municipal Engineering
169-17185 Environmental Protection
172-193.5 Environmental Pollution
194-195 Environmental Effects of Industries and Plants
***201-500*** ***Water Supply for Domestic and Industrial Purposes***
419-428 Water Pollution
429.5-480.7 Water Purification, Water Treatment and Conditioning, Saline Water Conversion
481-493 Water Distribution Systems
511-780 Sewage Collection and Disposal Systems
783-812.5 Municipal Refuse, Solid Wastes
813-870 Street Cleaning, Litter and its Removal
878-894 Special Types of Environmental Pollution (including soil, air, and noise pollution)
895-899 Industrial and Factory Sanitation and Wastes
920-934 Rural and Farm Sanitary Engineering
940-949 Low Temperature Sanitary Engineering
1020-1066 Hazardous Substances and Their Disposal
**TE** **1-450** **Highway Engineering.**
175-176.5 Highway Design, Interchanges and Intersections
177-178.8 Roadside Development, Landscaping
200-205 Materials for Roadmaking
206-209.5 Location Engineering
210-228.3 Construction Details (including foundations, maintenance, equipment)
250-278.8 Pavements and Paved Roads
279 Streets
***279.5-298*** ***Pedestrian Facilities***
280-295 Sidewalks, Footpaths, Flagging
298 Curbs, Curbstones
**TF** **1-1620** **Railroads.**
200-320 Railway Construction
340-499 Railway Equipment and Supplies
501-668 Railway Operation and Management
***670-851*** ***Local and Light Railways***
840-851 Elevated Railways and Subways
855-1127 Electric Railways
1300-1620 High Speed Ground Transportation
**TG** **1-470** **Bridge Engineering.**
21-127 Country Divisions
215-255 Bridge Legislation and Laws (now Class [K][])
327-418 Special Types of Bridges
420-470 Bridges for Special Uses
**TH** **1-9745** **Building Construction**
845-895 Architectural Engineering, Structural Engineering of Buildings
900-915 Construction Equipment in Buildings
1000-1725 Systems of Building Construction.
2025-3000 Details in Building Design and Construction (including walls, roofs)
3301-3411 Maintenance and Repair
4021-4977 Buildings: Construction with Reference to Use (including public buildings, dwellings)
5011-5701 Construction by Phase of Work
6014-6081 Environmental Engineering of Buildings, Sanitary Engineering of Buildings
6101-6887 Plumbing and Pipefitting
7005-7699 Heating and Ventilation, Air Conditioning
7700-7975 Illumination, Lighting
8001-8581 Decoration and Decorative Furnishings
9025-9745 Protection of Buildings (including protection from dampness, fire, burglary)
**TJ** **1-1570** **Mechanical Engineering.**
163.12-163.25 Power Resources
163.26-163.5 Energy Conservation
170-179 Mechanics Applied to Machinery, Dynamics
181-210 Mechanical Movements
210.2-211.47 Mechanical Devices and Figures, Automata, Ingenious Mechanisms, Robots (General)
212-225 Control Engineering Systems, Automatic Machinery (General)
227-240 Machine Design and Drawing
241-254.7 Machine Construction (General)
255-265 Heat Engines
266-267.5 Turbines, Turbomachines (General)
***268-740*** ***Steam Engineering***
603-695 Locomotives
751-805 Miscellaneous Motors and Engines (including gas, gasoline, diesel engines)
807-830 Renewable Energy Sources
836-927 Hydraulic Machinery
940-940.5 Vacuum Technology
950-1030 Pneumatic Machinery
1040-1119 Machinery Exclusive of Prime Movers
1125-1345 Machine Shops and Machine Shops Practice
1350-1418 Hoisting and Conveying Machinery
1425-1475 Lifting and Pressing Machinery
1480-1496 Agricultural Machinery, Farm Machines
1501-1519 Sewing Machines
**TK** **1-9971** **Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Nuclear Engineering.**
301-399 Electric Meters
452-454.4 Electric Apparatus and Materials, Electric Circuits, Electric Networks
1001-1841 Production of Electric Energy or Power, Powerplants, Central Stations
2000-2891 Dynamoelectric Machinery and Auxiliaries (including generators, transformers, motors)
2896-2985 Production of Electricity by Direct Electricity Conversion
3001-3521 Distribution or Transmission of Electric Power
4001-4102 Applications of Electric Power
4125-4399 Electric Lighting
4601-4661 Electric Heating
5101-6720 Telecommunication (including telegraphy, telephone, radio, radar, television)
***7800-8360*** ***Electronics***
7885-7895 Computer Engineering, Computer Hardware
8300-8360 Photoelectronic Devices (General)
9001-9401 Nuclear Engineering, Atomic Power
9900-9971 Electricity for Amateurs, Amateur Constructors’ Manuals
**TL** **1-4050** **Motor Vehicles, Aeronautics, Astronautics**
1-484 Motor Vehicles, Cycles
500-777 Aeronautics, Aeronautical Engineering
780-785.8 Rockets
787-4050 Astronautics, Space Travel
**TN** **1-997** **Mining Engineering, Metallurgy.**
165-205 Study and Teaching
275-269 Mineral Deposits, Metallic Ore Deposits
270-271 Prospecting
275-325 Practical Mining Operations, Safety Measures
400-580 Ore Deposits and Mining of Particular Metals
600-799 Metallurgy
799.5-948 Nonmetallic Minerals
950-997 Building and Ornamental Stones
**TP** **1-1185** **Chemical Technology.**
155-156 Chemical Engineering
200-248 Manufacture and Use of Chemicals
248.13-248.65 Biotechnology
250-261 Industrial Electrochemistry
267.5-301 Explosives and Pyrotechnics
315-360 Fuel
368-456 Food Processing and Manufacture
480-498 Low Temperature Engineering, Cyrogenic Engineering, Refrigeration
500-660 Fermentation Industries, Beverages, Alcohol
***670-699*** ***Oils, Fats, and Waxes***
690-692.4 Petroleum Refining and Products
751-762 Gas Industry
785-869 Ceramics, Clay Industries, Glass
875-888 Cement Industries
890-933 Textile Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing, etc.
934-945 Paints, Pigments, Varnishes, etc.
1080-1185 Polymers, Plastics
**TR** **1-1050** **Photography.**
250-265 Cameras
287-500 Photographic Processing
504-508 Transparencies, Diapositives
510-545 Color Photography
550-581 Studio and Laboratory
590-620 Lighting
624-835 Applied Photography
845-899 Cinematography, Motion Pictures
925-1050 Photomechanical Processes
**TS** **1-2301** **Manufactures.**
155-194 Production Management
195-198.8 Packaging
200-770 Metal Manufactures, Metalworking
780-788 Stonework
***800-937*** ***Wood Technology, Lumber***
840-915 Wood Products, Furniture
920-937 Chemical Processing of Food
940-1047 Leather Industries, Tanning
1080-1268 Paper Manufacture and Trade, Woodpulp Industry
1300-1865 Textile Industries
1870-1935 Rubber Industry
1950-1982 Animal Products
2120-2159 Cereal, Grain and Flour, Milling Industry
2220-2283 Tobacco Industry
2284-2288 Animal Feeds and Feed Mills, Pet Food Industry
**TT** **1-999** **Arts and Crafts, Handicrafts.**
161-170.7 Manual Training, Industrial Arts, School Shops
174-176 Articles for Children
180-200 Woodworking, Furniture Making, Upholstering
201-203 Lathework, Turning
205-267 Metalworking
300-382.8 Painting, Industrial Painting, Wood Fininshing
387-410 Soft Home Furnishings
490-695 Clothing Manufacture, Dressmaking, Tailoring
697-927 Home Arts, Home Crafts (including sewing, embroidery, decorative crafts)
950-979 Hairdressing, Beauty Culture, Barbers’ Work
980-999 Laundry Work
**TX** **1-1107.4** **Home Economics.**
301-329 The House: Logistics, Finance, Care
341-641 Nutrition, Food and Food Supply
643-840 Cookery
851-885 Dining-Room Service
901-946.5 Hospitality Industry, Hotels, Clubs, Restaurants, Food Service, etc.
950-953 Taverns, Barrooms, Saloons
955-985 Building Operation and Housekeeping
1100-1105 Mobile Home Living
1110 Recreational Vehicle Living
U - Military Science ==================== ———— —————————————————————————————- [U][] [Military Science (General)][U] [UA][] [Armies: Organization, Description, Facilities, etc.][UA] [UB][] [Military Administration][UB] [UC][] [Maintenance and Transportation][UC] [UD][] [Infantry][UD] [UE][] [Cavalry, Armored and Mechanized Cavalry][UE] [UF][] [Artillery][UF] [UG][] [Military Engineering, Air Forces, Air Warfare][UG] [UH][] [Other Services][UH] ———— —————————————————————————————- * * * * * ————————————————- ————————- —————————————————————————————————————————- **U** **1-900** **Military Science (General).** 21-22.3 War, Philosophy, Military Sociology 27-43 History of Military Science 164-167.5 Tactics 250-225 Maneuvers (Combined Arms) 320-325 Physical Training of Soldiers 400-714 Military Education and Training 750-773 Military Life, Manners, and Customs 799-897 History of Arms and Armor **UA** **10-997** **Armies: Organization, Description, Facilities, etc.** 21-880 By Region or Country 910-915 Mobilization 926-927 Civil Defense 929.5-929.95 War Damage in Industry, Industrial Defense 940-945 Military Communications 985-997 Military Geography **UB** **1-900** **Military Administration.** 320-338 Enlistment, Recruiting, Placement, Promotion, Discharge, etc. 340-345 Compulsory Service 356-369.5 Provision for Veterans 380-385 Soldiers’ and Saliors’ Homes 410-415 Officers 416-419 Minorities, Women, etc. in Armed Forces **UC** **10-780** **Maintenance and Transportation.** 20-258 Organization of the Service 260-267 Supplies and Stores 270-360 Transportation 400-440 Barracks, Quarters, Camps 460-535 Clothing and Equipment 600-695 Horses, Mules, Remount Service 700-780 Subsistence **UD** **1-495** **Infantry.** 157-302 Tactics, Maneuvers, Drill Regulations 380-425 Small Arms 480-485 Airborne Troopes, Parachute Troops 490-495 Airmobile Operations **UE** **1-500** **Cavalry, Armored and Mechanized Cavalry.** 157-302 Tactics, Maneuvers, Drill Regulations 460-475 Horses **UF** **1-910** **Artillery.** 157-302 Tactics, Maneuvers, Drill Regulations 400-405 Field Artillery 520-537 Ordnance and Small Arms 540-545 Arsenals, Magazines, Armories, etc. 560-780 Ordnance Material (Ordnance Proper) 820-830 Ballistics, Velocities and Motions of Projectiles **UG** **1-1530** **Military Engineering, Air Forces, Air Warfare** ***1-620*** ***Military Engineering (including fortification, chemical warfare, signaling)*** 160-302 Tactics and Regulations 360-390 Field Engineering 410-442 Fortifications and Defenses, By Region of Country 443-449 Attack and Defense, Siege Warfare 470-474 Military Surveying, Topography, and Mapping 500-565 Technical Troops and Other Special Corps 570-582 Military Signaling 590-613.5 Military Telegraphy and Telephony ***622-1530*** ***Air Forces, Air Warfare*** 633-635 By Region or Country 637-639 Education and Training 770-1045 Organization, Personnel Management 1097 Air Bases ***1100-1435*** ***Equipment and Supplies*** 1240-1245 Airplanes 1500-1530 Military Astronautics, Space Warfare **UH** **20-910** **Other Military Services.** 20-25 Chaplains 201-485 Medical and Sanitary Service 520-560 Care of Sick and Wounded 750-769 Military Social Work, Social Welfare Services 800-910 Recreation and Information Services ————————————————- ————————- —————————————————————————————————————————- V - Naval Science ================= ———— ———————- ————————————————————————————- **V** **1-995** Naval Science (General). 400-695 Naval Education 720-743 Naval Life, Manners, and Customs ***750-995*** ***War Vessels: Construction, Armament, etc.*** 990-995 Fleet Ballistic **VA** 10-750 **Navies: Organization, Description, Facilities, etc.** **VB** **15-995** **Naval Administration.** 21-124 By Region or Country 260-275 Enlisted Personnel 320-325 Minorities, Women, etc. in Navies **VC** **10-580** **Naval Maintenance.** 20-258 Organization of Service 270-279 Equipment of Vessels, Supplies, Allowances, etc. 412-425 Navy Yards and Stations, Shore Facilities 530-580 Naval Transportation **VD** **7-430** **Naval Seamen.** 21-124 By Region or Country 160-302 Drill Regulations **VE** **7-500** **Marines.** 23-124 By Region or Country 160-302 Drill Regulations **VF** **1-580** **Naval Ordnance.** 21-124 By Region or Country 160-302 Ordnance Instructions and Drill Books 390-510 Ordnance Material (Ordnance Proper) **VG** **20-2029** **Minor Services of Navies.** 70-85 Naval Communication by Telegraphy, Telephone, etc. 100-475 Medical Service **VK** **1-1661** **Navigation, Merchant Marine.** 15-124 History, Conditions, etc. 558-597 Marine Hydrography, Hydrographic Surveying 600-794 Tide and Current Tables 798-997 Sailing Directions, Pilot Guides 1000-1249 Lighthouse Service 1250-1299 Shipwrecks and Fires 1300-1491 Saving of Life and Property 1500-1661 Pilots and Pilotage **VM** **1-989** **Naval Engineering, Shipbuilding.** 15-124 History 311-466 Special Types of Vessels ***595-989*** ***Marine Engineering*** 975-989 Diving ———— ———————- ————————————————————————————- Z - Library Science & Information Resources =========================================== ————————— ———————————————————— [Z 4-115.5][] [Books in General][Z 4-115.5] [Z 116-659][] [Book Industries and Trade][Z 116-659] [Z 662-1000.5][] [Libraries][Z 662-1000.5] [Z 1001-8999][] [Bibliography][Z 1001-8999] [ZA][] [Information Resources][ZA] ————————— ———————————————————— * * * * * ————— ——————————————————————————- ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ***Z*** ***4-115.5*** ***Books in General.*** 4-8 History of Books and Bookmaking *40-104.5* *Writing* 41-42.5 Autographs, Signatures 43-45 Calligraphy 48 Copying Processes 49-51.5 Typewriting, Typewriters 52-52.5 Word Processing 53-102 Shorthand, Stenography, Phonography 102.5-104 Cryptography 104.5 Invisible Writing 105-115.5 Paleography ***116-659*** ***Book Industries and Trade.*** 116.A2 Treatises on the Modern Printed Book 116.A3 Book Design *116.A5-265* *Printing* 124-228 Printing: History 231-232 Printers and Printing Establishments 234 Medallic History of Printing, Tokens 235-236 Printer’s Marks, Mottoes, etc. 237 Paper, Watermarks, etc. 239-239.9 Books, Noteworthy as Examples of Fine Printing 240-241.5 Incunabula, Block Books (including broadsides, playing cards) 243-264.5 Practical Printing (including printing as a business, layout, paper and ink, machinery, type and type founding, electrotyping, typesetting, presswork) 265 Reproduction of Books, Documents, etc. by Photography, Microphotography, etc. 266-276 Bookbinding, Book Decoration 278-549 Bookselling and Publishing 551-656 Copyright 657-659 Freedom of the Press, Censorship ***662-1000.5*** ***Libraries*** 662-664 Collected Works *665-718.8* *Library Science, Information Science* 672 Library Cooperation and Coordination 674.2-674.5 Information Services, Information Centers 674.7-674.83 Library Information Networks 675 Classes of Libraries 678-678.88 Library Administration and Organization, Constitution 678.89-678.892 Library Service Agencies 678.9 Automation 679-680 Architecture and Planning of the Library (including space utilization, security, safety, lighting, etc.) 680.3-680.6 Library Communication Systemd 681 Photography and Other Methods of Reproduction in Library Science 681.5 Trustees, Library Boards, Committees, etc. 682-682.3 Personnel 683-683.5 Finance, Insurance 684-685 Supplies, Shelving, Bookstacks 686 Branches, Delivery Stations, Bookmobiles *687-718.8* *The Collections, The Books* 688 Special Collections 688.5 Processing 689 Acquisition (selection, purchase, gifts, duplicates) 690 Exchanges 691-692 Special Classes of Materials (including manuscripts, maps, microforms, serials) 693-695.83 Cataloging 695.85 Library Handwriting 695.87 Printing of Catalogs 695.9-695.94 Indexing, Abstracting 695.95 Alphabetizing, Filing 695.98 Recataloging, Reclassification 696-697 Classification and Notation 698 Shelflisting, Author Notation 699-699.5 Machine Methods of Information and Retrieval, Mechanized Bibliographic Control 700 Bookbinding 701-701.5 Injuries to Books, Book Hygiene 702 Thefts and Losses of Books 703.5-703.6 Moving, Disposition of Books on Shelves, etc. (including discarding, weeding) 711-711.92 Reference Work 712-714 Circulation, Loans, Charging Systems 716-716.1 Library Extension, Library Commissions, Travelling Libraries 716.2-718.8 Libraries in Relation to Special Topics 719-725 Libraries (General) 719-871 Library Reports of Individual Libraries, History, Statistics 881-980 Library Catalogs and Bulletins 987-997.2 Private Libraries, Book Collecting (including bibliophilism, bookplates) 998-1000.5 Booksellers’ Catalogs, Book Prices ***1001-8999*** ***Bibliography.*** 1001 Introductions to Bibliography, Documentation 1003-1003.5 Choice of Books, Books and Reading 1011-1017 General Bibliographies 1019-1033 Special Classes of Books (including prohibited books, rare books, paperbacks, reprints) 1035-1035.9 Best Books 1036 Booksellers’ General Catalogs of Modern Books 1037-1039 Books for Special Clases of Persons, Institutions, etc. 1041-1121 Anonyms and Pseudonyms *1201-4980* *National Bibliography* *1201-1946* *America* 1215-1363 United States 1365-1401 Canada, British North America 1411-1939 Latin America 2000-2959 Europe 3001-3496 Asia 3501-3975 Africa 4001-4980 Australia, Oceania 5051-7999 Subject Bibliography 8001-8999 Personal Bibliography ***ZA*** **3040-5185** **Information Resources** 3075-3080 Research, How to Find Information 3150-3159 Information Services, Information Centers 3201-4150 Information Superhighway 4201-4251 Internet 4375-4390 Research, How to Use Networks, Online Services, etc. 4450-4460 Databases 4550 Motion Pictures, Video Recordings 4650 Photographs 4750 Sound Recordings 5050-5055 Government Information 5070-5185 Government Information in Specific Formats or Media ————— ——————————————————————————- ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————