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 +**SCUA Cataloging**
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 +**Obtaining materials from SCUA**
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 +Contact Steve Robinson a few days before picking up a book truck of materials to be cataloged. This will give Steve time to create labels for each collection. ​
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 +**Processing Instructions**
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 +We will attach barcodes and the call number labels on ID strips supplied by SCUA and inserted into each book. 
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 +Also, lightly write in pencil the accession / call no. on the inside rear cover, but avoid putting it on decorated end papers or on illustrated pages. ​ If the rear cover is decorated use the last page of the item instead. ​ Some items will have a SCUA internal accession number already on them, in the form of yyyy-n, and the call number can go wherever that is located.
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 +**Call numbers and 590/830 information for the collections:​**
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 +**Parker Collection (Sarah): ** 
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 +099 $a Parker $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Barbara Parker History of the Book Collection. Gift of Barbara Parker.
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 +Also, 590 note on binding, marginalia, etc. (SCUA will supply)
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 +830: Barbara Parker History of the Book Collection
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 +**Brabançonne Collection (Sarah):​** ​
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 +099 $a Brabançonne $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Brabançonne Collection. Gift of ?
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 +830: Brabançonne Collection
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 +**East German Collection (Peter): ** 
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 +099 $a DDR $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the East German Collection. Gift of ?.
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 +830: East German Collection
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 +
 +**James Ellis Theater Collection (Everyone):​** ​
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 +099 $a Ellis $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the James Ellis Theater Collection. Gift of James Ellis.
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 +830: James Ellis Theater Collection
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 +
 +**James and Sibylle Fraser Collection (Sarah):​** ​
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 +099 $a Fraser $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the James and Sibylle Fraser Collection. Gift of James and Sibylle Fraser.
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 +830: James and Sibylle Fraser Collection
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 +**Halpern Collection (Marcelle):​** ​
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 +099 $a Halpern $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Paul Halpern Collection. Gift of Paul Halpern.
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 +830: Paul Halpern Collection
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 +**Hampshire Council of Governments Collection (Meghan):​** ​
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 +099 $a MS 704 $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Hampshire Council of Governments Collection. Gift of Hampshire Council of Governments.
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 +830: Hampshire Council of Governments Collection
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 +
 +**McCormack Collection (Sharon):​** ​
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 +099 $a McCormack $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Mark H. McCormack Collection. Gift of Mark H. McCormack.
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 +830: Mark H. McCormack Collection
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 +**Western New England Poetry Collection (Gary):​**  ​
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 +099 $a MS 561 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Western New England Poetry Collection. Gift of the Florence Poets Society and the author.
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 +830:  Western New England Poetry Collection
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 +**Athena Savas Collection (Eva):​** ​
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 +099 $a Savas $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Athena Savas Collection. Gift of Athena Savas.
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 +830: Athena Savas Collection
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 +**Science Fiction Collection (Barb and Peter):​** ​
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 +099 $a Lerner $a 1 
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Fred Lerner Science Fiction Collection. Gift of Fred Lerner.
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 +830: Fred Lerner Science Fiction Collection
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 +**Melinda McIntosh Cookbook Collection (Kay):​** ​
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 +099  Ask Danielle to explain
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 +590: UMass Amherst Special Collections copy shelved as part of the Melinda McIntosh Cookbook Collection. Gift of Melinda McIntosh.
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 +830: Melinda McIntosh Cookbook Collection
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 +**Catalog one book, then consult with Steve and Rob before continuing on with cataloging the rest of the collection.**
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 +**Item records should be coded as follows:**
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 +Sublibrary: UMSCA
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 +Collection: USPC
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 +Material type: BOOK
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 +Item status: 02
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 +**Multi-volume titles and serials**
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 +Each volume or issue gets its own number.
 +The range of numbers used for that title goes in the 099 field and the Holdings Record.
 +When the item is created, enter the volume or issue information in the "Enum. Level" and "​Description"​ fields. ​ Check the "​Temporary Location"​ box, and enter the individual item call number in the "Call No." field.
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 +For example, let's say a Parker collection title has three volumes, and the next three numbers to be assigned are Parker 8, 9, and 10:
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 +Bib Rec:
 +099 $a Parker $a 8-10
 +This gets automatically transferred to the Holdings Record when it is created.
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 +First Item:
 +Enum. Level.1 (A)(Vol.) ​ 1
 +Call No.:  $$hParker 8
 +Description: ​ v.1
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 +Second Item:
 +Enum. Level.1 (A)(Vol.) ​ 2
 +Call No.:  $$hParker 9
 +Description: ​ v.2
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 +Third Item:
 +Enum. Level.1 (A)(Vol.) ​ 3
 +Call No.:  $$hParker 10
 +Description: ​ v.3
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