A r t N A C O

ADDITIONAL 670 EXAMPLES
(MOSTLY IN THE ORDER OF THE NACO PARTICIPANTS MANUAL, 3RD EDITION)
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/pcc/naco/npm3rd.pdf

The examples below are taken from 670 fields in name authority records, used to verify a heading and/or references. The section numbering is from the manual. Some diacritical marks have been omitted.

II. citing the main entry

III. citing the title IV. citing the imprint or other date V. citing numeric/chronological designation VI. citing location of data found IX. citing bibliographic records (LC, OCLC, other opacs) X. citing reference sources XI. citing NUC (and other pre-web catalogs) XII. citing in-house files XIV. citing non-bibliographic sources, e.g., telephone calls, letters, other communications XV. citing internet resources miscellaneous


These examples have been compiled since the founding of Art NACO in 1993. Some are a bit dated in style but still display what sorts of information one might include in a 670. This page was updated, at the instigation of my NYU colleague Elizabeth Lilker, in October 2007 to match the chapters in the third edition. Also, she provided a number of new examples. I would also like to thank Mary Jane Cuneo of Harvard Fine Arts for recent input on 670 examples.


Last updated: 30 November 2014

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