Cutter, Rules For a Printed Dictionary Catalogue
(Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1876), 10.
Charles Cutter's use of the mob vs army metaphor is present in his Rules for a Dictionary Catalogue
from the first edition (1876) to the generally cited fourth edition (1904).
(12.) "Cutter's objectives." See Public Libraries in the United States of America: Their History, Condition, and Management, part 2, Rules for a Printed Dictionary Catalogue
, by Charles A.
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words descended from gauchos.
As early as 1933, music librarians attempted to standardize their indexing vocabulary by issuing a "provisional list" of subject headings based on the music card catalogues of the Library of Congress.(2) Two years later, the Music Library Association issued another list, this one containing subject headings for the literature of music used in the dictionary catalogues
of LC.(3) Once the lists were distributed, complaints followed.