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300 + ‡e Example 2

300 + ‡e; ‡a single volume / ‡e single volume -- separate piece -- different subcollection

This example shows a single volume item with an accompanying sound cassette, each with an individual barcode and housed in a separate subcollection. Since each item has a different call number, no identifying label is necessary.

Bibliographic record:

The union of words and music in medieval poetry / edited by Rebecca A. 
  Baltzer, Thomas Cable, and James I. Wimsatt. -- 1st ed. -- Austin : 
  University of Texas Press, 1991.
    vii, 157 p. : ill., music ; 24 cm. + 1 sound cassette (ca. 65 min. : 
  analog)

L.C. CALL NO: ML172.U54 1991

RLIN holdings screen:

CALL ML172‡b.U54 1991
 VOL
 ANT
 INS T
 FNT

 LOC MUSIC    LCAL
LVOL
LANT \Accompanying sound cassette shelved in Music Media: Cassette 129.\
LINS N
LFNT
   COP 1           MDES
   CST C
  CCAL STACKS ‡bML172.U54 1991
  SHNT ‡r39030...
   COP 1           MDES
   CST C
  CCAL CASSETTE ‡b129
  SHNT ‡r39030...

NOTE: Ordinarily we would not use a CCAL for this main item since the ‡a is STACKS and the ‡b repeats the CALL without additional information. However, in this case we use both CCAL ‡a and ‡b for the main item since our practice is to use a CCAL for all items in a library whenever it is needed for any item in that library.

NOTE: You must include a space after the subcollection and before the ‡b in CCAL so that the subcollection and call number display properly on the RLIN PAR screen. Without a space they run together. However, if the space is placed after the ‡b rather than before it, some IRIS programs will sort the call number incorrectly in those reports.



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