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035 (System Control Number)

040 (Cataloging Source)

041 (Language Codes)

042 (Authentication Code)

043 (Geographic Area Code)

079 (OCLC Master Record Number)

099 (Local Call Number)

 

 

035 (System Control Number)

Required for records linked to a finding aid in YFAD.

·         Standard form: (YUL)ead.beinecke.[ead id] where ead id is the finding aid file name.  

·         Enter the same file name in the “EAD identifier” field in the finding aid template.

·         Do not use 035 for any other purpose.

  • Do not edit or delete existing 035s.

Example:

035 __ ‡9 (YUL)ead.beinecke.prycejon

 

040 (Cataloging Source)

Required for all records.

Subfields a and c: Beinecke’s NUC code: CtY-BR
Subfields ‡b: language code: eng

Subfield ‡e:

·         Single item (leader/bibliographic level = m): appm

            for Steven Henson, Archives, Personal Papers, and Manuscripts

·         Collections (leader/bibliographic level = c): dacs

            for Society of American Archivists, Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Examples:

040 __ ‡a CtY-BR ‡b eng ‡c CtY-BR ‡e appm

040 __ ‡a CtY-BR ‡b eng ‡c CtY-BR ‡e dacs

 

041 (Language Codes)

Required when two or more languages are recorded in 546.

·         Do not use when there is only one language; enter that code in 008/Language.

·         For two or more languages, enter the code for the predominant language in 008/Language, and codes for each language in 041.

·         Enter codes in the order that languages are recorded in 546.

Example:

041 0_ ‡a eng ‡a ita

 

042 (Authentication Code)

No additional local guidelines.


043 (Geographic Area Code)

Optional, when justified by geographic subject headings or topical subject headings with geographic subdivisions.

  • Especially consider for historical materials with geographic access points.
  • Generally do not use for for literary genres.
  • Generally use the most specific applicable codes. 

079 (OCLC Master Record Number)

No additional local guidelines.

 

099 (Local Call Number)

Required for former call numbers superceded by full or baseline processing/cataloging.

  • List all uncat or other former call numbers, separated by commas.
  • Also list former call numbers in MFHD 852 ‡z.
  • Indexed as keyword (simple or advanced search).
  • Does not display in the OPAC.

Standard wording: Former call number[s]: [list]

·         No period at end.

·         First indicator blank and second indicator 9.

Examples:

099 _ 9 ‡a Former call numbers: ZA Wilson, Uncat ZA Wilson, and Za W6933 +1

852 8 0 ‡b beinycal ‡h YCAL MSS ‡i 187 ‡z Former call numbers: ZA Wilson, Uncat ZA Wilson, and Za W6933 +1 ‡x Processing completed and Orbis record updated; bein, ms 04/04

 

 

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