LRTS Index

Volume 13, 1969

This year's index represents a departure from the pattern established by Esther J. Piercy for volumes 1-10 of LRTS and retained by the Managing Editor for volumes 11-12. In the interest of achieving greater depth of indexing while not lengthening the index unduly, the practice of repeating the full title of each article under every rele¬vant subject entry has been abandoned. Modified keywords have been adopted as "topic" headings, and these are followed by direct page references. Articles are indexed under appropriate topic words, under each author, and under the title (if the title would not file next to the topic heading). Book reviews are indexed under title, author of the review, and author(s), editor(s), etc.; where appropriate, they are also indexed under topic words. "Filler" items are indexed under title only.
Corporate names are recorded as written, not in catalog entry form. "Initialisms" are filed as if spelled as a word, whether or not they are so pronounced. Cross-references have been used sparingly; multiple listing has been utilized in most cases instead of references.
Since LRTS is paged continuously, it may be helpful to note that the separate issues are apportioned as follows:

A

Abstracting, 149-50. 388.

Academic libraries, 102-14, 115-41, 163-69, 203-05, 449-70, 520-30, 577-79.

"Acquisition Trends-1968," 373-79.

"An Acquisitionist Looks at Mr. Haro's Bibliographer," 170-74.

Acquisitions procedures, 125-27, 130-33, 163-69, 170-74, 307-08, 338-46, 373-79, 466-67.

Acquisitions Section (RTSD).
——Bylaws, 290.
——Nominees, 144.

ACRL Monographs, 577.

Adams, Bernhard, 436.

Administration of libraries, 304-05. 338-46, 438-39.

ALA Cataloging Rules for Author and Title Entries, 7-25.

ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards, 16-17, 22, 143, 291-94, 384.

"ALA to AA-An Obstacle Race," 7-25.

Allen, Thelma E., 432.

"Analyzing Acquisitions and Cataloging Costs," 127-36.

Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 7-41, 183-84, 202, 382-83, 432-36, 484-92, 574-75.

Anglo-American Conference on the Mechanization of Library Services, 146.

Approval plans. See Blanket ordering.

"An Argument Against the Use of Conventional Headings in the Cataloging of Primary Legal Sources," 198-202.

Arrearages, 102-14.

Artandi, Susan A., 303, 576.

Audiovisual materials, 35-41, 86-92. 93-98, 150-51, 301, 383, 502-10, 511-15.

Automation of libraries, 146-47, 182-83, 189-95, 303-04, 306-07, 378, 436-37, 516-19, 520-30, 531-32, 576. 579-81, 81-82.

Awards, 545-48, 549-52.

Ayrault, Margaret W., 380-86.

B

Backlogs, 102-14.

Ball, Katharine L., 545-48, 574.

Banks, Paul N., 295-98.

Belch, David E., 531-32.

Bible entries, 15, 19.

Bibliographers, 163-69. 449-70.

Bibliographies, 304, 308-09, 579-81.

Das Bibliothekswesen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 430-31.

Binding, 295-98

Blanket ordering and approval plans, 338-46, 376.

Bluh, Pamela, 367-71.

Bochum University Library, 436.

Boll, John J., 437-38.

Book selection, 163-69, 170-74, 203-05, 307-08, 338-46, 454-55.

Bookdealer-library relations, 373-75.

Bowling Green State University Library, 47-61.

The Brasenose Conference on the Automation of Libraries, 146-47.

Broadus, Robert N., 203-05.

Bundy, Mary Lee, 438.

Busse, Gisela von, 430.

Bylaws (RTSD), 290.

Byrn, James H., 520-30.

C

Camp, William L., 304.

Card preparation, 189-95, 361-65.

Carey, John T., 502-10.

The Career of the Academic Librarian, 577-79.

Case studies, 304-05.

Cassata, Mary B., 450-57.

Cataloging and Classification Section (RTSD).
——Annual report, J59-62.
——Bylaws, 290.
——Committees, 301, 422, 437.
——Nominees, 145.

Cataloging practices, 79-85, 93-98, 102-14, 147-49, 175-97, 198-202, 321-31, 422, 484-92, 493-501, 502-10.

Cataloging rules, 7-41, 183-84, 202, 382-84, 432-36. 484-92. 574-75.

Cataloging and Classification in British University Libraries, 147-49.

Centralized and cooperative acquisitions and cataloging, 115-41, 177-80, 206-08, 209-86, 307-08, 347-60, 366, 516-19, 537-44, 576-77.

Children's materials, 185-86, 422.

"Citations, Scholarships and Special Grants -1969," 298-99.

Clarke, Robert F., 533-36.

Classification, 47-61, 79-85, 86-92, 94-98, 184-89, 382, 437-38, 471-83, 493-501, 511-15.

Clugston, Katharine W., 35-41.

The Code and the Cataloger, 574-75.

Coen, James A., 62-78.

"Collection Evaluation and the Bibliographer," 449-70.

Colloquium on the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 574-75.

"The Colorado Academic Libraries Book Processing Center Study," 115-41.

Colvin, Laura C., 432-36.

"Commercial Processing Firms: A Directory," 209-86.

Committee on Audiovisual Media in Libraries (RTSD-CGS), 301.

"Committee on the Cataloging of Children's Materials: Report," 422.

"Comparison of 1942 and 1868 ALA Filing Rules," 143.

"The Computer-Controlled Periodicals System at the San Francisco Public Library," 531-32.

Computer-output-microfilm, 391-93.

Computers in libraries. See Automation of libraries.

Continuations. See Serials.

Conventional entries, 198-202.

Cook, C. Donald, 7, 437.

Cooper, Marianne, 294.

Cooperative acquisitions and cataloging. See Centralized and cooperative acquisitions and cataloging.

"Cooperative Acquisitions of Latin American Materials," 347-60.

Copyright, 403-07.

Corporate entries, 20, 24, 32-34, 199-201.

Cost analyses, 47-61, 99-101, 116-17, 127-41, 361-65, 372.

"Council of Regional Groups Report," 564-65.

"Cumulative Index to Scientific and Technical Translations," 366.

"Current Awareness Lag Times of Selected Scientific Screening Services," 533-36.

D

Dahl-Hansen, Abigail, 373-79.

Dale, Doris Cruger, 471-83.

DAVI, 38-40, 383.

"Decimal Classification Editorial Policy Committee Report," 565-67.

DeLerma. See Lerma.

De Prospo, Ernest R., Jr., 438-39.

Desmond, Robert D., 387-390.

"The Development of Classification Systems for Government Publications," 471-83

"Developments in Reproduction of Library Materials and Graphic Communication, 1868," 391-421.

Dewey, Gene L., 450-57.

Dewey Decimal Classification, 47-61, 186, 188-89, 300, 382, 422-23, 565-67.

Dickman, Daryl Ann, 432.

Diffusion of Abstracting and Indexing Services for Government Sponsored Research, 149-50.

Dougherty, Richard M., 115, 136-41, 373-79, 449, 549-52.

Dunkin, Paul S., 142-43, 574-75.

E

Editions cataloging, 484-92.

Education materials, 304.

Eisenhart, Ruth C., 147-49.

Elektronische Datenverarbeitung in der Universitdtsbibliothek Bochum, 436-37.

Effinger, Werner, 198, 200.

Entry choice, 26-29, 484-92.

Entry form, 29-31, 198-202.

ERIC/CLIS Abstracts, 424-29, 569-73.

Erncstus, Horst, 430.

Esther J. Piercy Award, 549-52.

"The Evaluation of a University Library Collection," 450-57.

"An Expandable Classification Scheme for Phonorecord Libraries," 511-15.

F

Farmington Plan, 350, 353-54.

Filing rules, 16-17, 22, 143, 196-97, 291-94, 384.

Film cataloging, 35-41.

Five Associated University Libraries (FAUL), 451.

Form headings, 198-202.

Franey, Carlyle J., 553, 559-62, 565-67.

Fraser, Lorna D., 545-48.

Friedman, Joan, 147.

Fristoe, Ashby J., 549-52.

"From the Editor's Desk," 142-43.

"The Future of Telefacsimile in Libraries," 42-46.

G

German librarianship, 430-31.

Government publications, 471-83.

"A Guide for Beginning Bibliographers," 462-79.

A Guide to Computer Literature, 579-81.

Guide to Periodicals in Education, 304.

H

Haro, Robert P., 163-69.

Harris, Jessica L., 581-82.

Harrison, John, 146.

Heinritz, Fred J., 99-101, 206-08, 537-44.

Hewitt, Joe, 361-65.

Hinton, Frances, 32-34.

Hsiao, James C., 206-08, 537-44.

I

"In the Mail," 294-98.

Indexing, 149-50, 388-89.

Indiana University Library, 86-92.

Information Retrieval Systems, 576.

Information storage and retrieval. See Automation of libraries.

Institute on the Use of the Library of Congress Classification, 437.

International Directory of Back Issue Vendors, 575-76.

An Introduction to Computers in Information Science, 303-04.

Inventories, 367-71.

"An Investigation of Indirect Subdivision by Place in Library of Congress Subject Headings," 62-78.

J

Jeffreys, Alan, 147.

Johns Hopkins University Library, 367-71.

K

Kann, Paul J., 308-09.

"Katharine L. Ball," 545-48.

King, Donald R., 579-81.

Kirkus Service, 203-05.

Klempncr, Irving M., 149.

Kujoth, Jean Spealman, 150.

L

LaHood, Charles G., Jr., 563-64.

Lancaster, F. Wilfrid, J76.

Laslett, Peter, 146.

Latin American materials, 307-08, 347-60.

Law materials, 198-202.

"LC and BG: Friendship Without Marriage," 47-61.

League of Nations documents, 476-77.

Leonard, Lawrence E., 116-27.

Lerma, Dominique-Rene de, 86-92.

Library of Congress.
——Card Division, 189-95.
——Cataloging policies, 7-41, 484-92.
——Classification system, 47-61, 87-88, 187-88, 382, 437-38.
——MARC project, 378, 381, 581-82.
——Processing Department, 175-97.
——Subject headings, 62-78, 186.

Lockset method of sequential programming, 537-44 .

Lopez, Manuel D., 462-70.

Lowell, Mildred H., 304.

M

Machine-Readable Cataloging Project, 378, 381, 581-82.

Maier, Joan M., 127-36.

The Management of Libraries and Information Centers, 304-05.

MARC. See Machine-Readable Cataloging Project.

Margaret Mann Citation, 545-48.

Mechanization of libraries. See Automation of libraries.

Mechanized Information Storage, Retrieval and Dissemination, 306-07.

Microforms, 79-85, 308-09, 372. 391-403.

Minder, Thomas, 576.

Moore, Jane Ross, 287-89, 554-56. 564-65.

Morehouse, Harold G., 42-46.

Morrison, Perry D., 517.

Moulton, Priscilla L., 422.

"Multiple Editions and Serial Cataloging," 484-92.

N

National Agricultural Library, 10-11, 18, 23, 178.

National Education Association, Department of Audiovisual Instruction, 38-40, 383.

National Library of Medicine, 11, 15, 20, 23, 178.

National Program for Acquisitions and Cataloging. 177-79, 358-59, 377.

National Union Catalog, 13, 14, 196, 378-79, 431-32.

"Neither Book nor Manuscript," 493-501.

"Networks, Automation and Technical Services," 516-19.

Neverman, John, 575.

New Rules for an Old Game, 432-36.

"The New Rules in Action," 7-41.

New York State Library, 516-19.

"1968: A Summary Treatment Year in Serials," 387-90.

"1966 Microfilm Rate Indexes,"

Nitecki, Joseph Z., 79-85.

"Nominees for 1969 Election," 144-45.

Nonbook materials, 150-51, 301, 383, 493-501, 502-10, 511-15.

"Nonprofessionals and Cataloging," 321-31.

Northern Illinois University Library, 511-15.

Norton, Elizabeth F., 304.

O

Operations research techniques, 99-101, 206-08, 537-44.

"Optimum Allocation of Technical Services Personnel," 99-101.

"Optimum Distribution of Centrally Processed Material," 206-08, 537-44.

Ordering. See Acquisitions procedures.

"Organization of Recorded Sound," 93-98.

Osborn, Jeanne, 484-92.

P

Packer, Katherine H., 574.

Painter, Ann F., 149-50, 576-77.

Paulson, Peter J., 516-19.

Periodicals. See Serials.

Personnel allocation, 99-101, 321-31.

Petriwsky, Eugene, 361-65.

Pflug, Gunther, 436.

Philadelphia Free Library, 32.

Phillips, Delores, 574.

Phillips, Don, 511-15.

"Philosophy and Practice of Phonorecord Classification at Indiana University," 86-92.

Phonorecord cataloging, 86-92, 93-98, 502-10, 511-15.

Piercy Award, 549-52.

Piternick, George, 102-14.

Pittsburgh Studies in Library and Information Sciences, 577.

Plate, Kenneth H., 577-79.

"Plea for ALA Scholarship Contributions," 298.

Point Park College Library, 96-98.

"President's Report," 557-59.

Pritchard, Alan, 579.

Processing centers, 115-41, 206-08, 209-86, 376-77, 516-19.

"The Processing Department of the Library of Congress in 1968," 175-97.

"Producing Card Copy from Book Catalogs with the Xerox Model 4 Camera," 361-65.

"Project CoED: A University Library Collection Evaluation and Development Program," 457-62.

Public Law 480 Program, 179-80.

Q

"Questionnaires for Photoduplication Directory," 298.

R

Raney, Carol H., 557-59.

Rate indexes, 372.

Reader in Library Administration, 438-39.

Readings in Nonbook Librarianship, 150-51.

Rebuldela, Harriet K., 342-45. Reclassification, 47-61.

Recordings, 86-92, 93-98, 502-10, 511-15.

Regional Groups reports, 287-89, 554-56, 564-65.

The Regional Library Center in the Mid 1970'S, 576-77.

Rehrauer, George P., 150-51.

Reichmann, Felix, 430-31. 436-37.

"Report on Preliminary Considerations of the Committee for the Use of Audiovisual Materials in Libraries," 301.

Reproduction of library materials, 42-46, 391-421.

Reproduction of Library Materials Sec¬tion (RTSD).
——Annual report, 562-63.
——Bylaws, 290.
——Nominees, 145.

Resources and Technical Services Divi¬sion (ALA).
——Annual reports, 557-67.
——Board of Directors, 289.
——Bylaws, 29o.
——Nominees, 144-45.
——Regional groups, 287-89, 554-56, 564-65.
——(See also names of committees, sections, etc.)

"The resources and Technical Services Division of ALA," 332-37.

Resources Committee (RTSD), 332-37.

Reviews, 146-52, 303-09, 430-39, 574-82.

"Richard M. Dougherty," 549-52.

Richmond, Phyllis A., 146-47. 303-04.

Rodell, Elizabeth, 142-43, 289, 553.

Rogers, A. Robert, 47-61.

Rosenthal, Joseph A., 321-31.

S

Samuelson, Kjell, 306.

San Francisco Public Library, 531-32.

Savary, M. Jennifer, 307.

Schimmelpfeng, Richard H., 437

"School Library Services and Administration at the School District Level," 151-52.

Science materials, 533-36.

Screening services, 533-36.

Sealock, Richard B., 300.

Seely, Pauline A., 7-25, 291-94.

Selection of library materials, 163-69, 170-74, 203-05, 307-08, 332-37, 338-46, 389, 454-55, 462-70.

Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Materials (SALAM), 307-08, 347-60.

Serials, 19-21, 23-24, 185, 383, 387-90, 484-92, 531-32, 533-36, 575-76.

Serials Section (RTSD).
——Annual report, 563-64.
——Bylaws, 290.
—— Nominees, 145.

Shared Cataloging Program, 177-79, 358-59, 377.

Shepard, Marietta Daniels, 347-60.

Shoemaker, Richard H., 431-32.

"Simplified Classification and Cataloging of Microforms," 79-85.

Small, Carolyn A., 26-31.

"Some Administrative Aspects of Blanket Ordering," 338-46.

Spanish drama, 308-09.

Special materials. See Nonbook materials.

Springfield (Mass.) City Library, 502-10.

Srygley, Sara K., 151.

Standard Book Numbers, 375.

State University of New York at Buffalo Libraries, 450-57.

Stevens, Norman D., 306-07, 332-37.

Strain, Paula M., 575-76.

Stubbs, Walter R., 203-05.

"A Study of an Inventory," 367-71.

"Subject Analysis of Library Materials," 299.

Subject headings, 62-78, 186.

Successive entry, 19-21, 484-92.

Sullivan, Peggy, 151-52.

Sullivan, Robert C., 372, 391-421.

Sunder, Mary Jane, 93-98.

Superimposition, 10, 27, 434.

Superintendent of Documents classification, 473-75.

T

Talmadge, Robert L., 422-423.

Technical Services Cost Committee (RTSD), 115.

Technical services personnel, 99-101, 321-31.

Telefacsimile in libraries, 42-46, 416-17.

Thom, Ian W., 338-42, 345-46.

Thompson, Lawrence S., 308-09.

Time studies, 99-101, 116-27.

Title entries, 22-23.

Treyz, Joseph H., 562-63.

"A Tribute to Elizabeth Rodell," 553.

"Tribute to Mrs. Rodell," 289.

Trueswell, Richard W., 294-95.

Tuttle, Helen Welch, 170-44.

U

Union lists, 13, 14, 196, 378-79, 388, 431-32, 518, 531-32.

United Nations documents, 476-81.

United States of America Standards Institute, 389-90, 419.

"Universal Decimal Classification-Economics and Social Sciences," 568.

"University Library Arrearages," 102-14.

University of British Columbia School of Librarianship, 432.

University of California Library, Los Angeles, 493-501.

University of Colorado Libraries, 457.

University of Toronto School of Library Science, 574-75.

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee-Library, 80-85.

The Use of the Library of Congress Classification, 437-38.

User requirements, 294-95.

V

"The Value of the Kirkus Service for College Libraries," 203-05.

"The Visible Index Method of Cataloging Phonorecords," 502-10.

Volkersz, Evert, 493-501.

Von Busse. See Busse.

W

Wasserman, Paul, 438.

Weber, David C., 304-05.

Webb, William, 457-62.

Weiss, Dudley A., 295-96.

Welsh, William J., 175-97.

West, Stanley L., 307-08.

Westby, Barbara M., 209-86, 366.

Willard, D. Dean, 198-202.

X

Xerographic copying of catalog entries, 361-65.

Y

Yale University Library, 26-31.

"Year's Work" papers, 373-421.