Preface [Silently edited to create placeholders for G’s preface] Background



Download 1.35 Mb.
Page7/24
Date conversion18.07.2018
Size1.35 Mb.
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   ...   24

4A3.3. If the elements are not grammatically separable, or their transposition would result in an ambiguous or otherwise confusing construction, transcribe them in the order found and supply missing elements in square brackets as needed (see 0G6).

[London] : Engrav'd from the originals printed in Paris & sold in London by H. Overton & J. Hoole at [the] White-horse without Newgate, [ca. 1726]220

(Comment: The place of publication has not been transposed because it is not a grammatically separable element)

4A4. Fictitious or incorrect information

If all information relating to the publication, distribution, etc., area appearing on or with the material is known to be fictitious or incorrect, transcribe it nonetheless. If the real details are known, or can be reasonably surmised, supply them at the end of the area as a correction in square brackets. Give the source of this information in a note. If some but not all of the information is known to be fictitious or incorrect, apply the appropriate rule (see 4B9, 4C5, 4D2.4).

[B] Sadopolis : Chez Justin Valcourt ... à l'enseigne de la Vertumalheureuse, an 0000 [i.e. Brussels : Jules Gay, 1866]

Note: Corrected imprint from: Pia, P. Livres de l'Enfer

4A5. Altered information

If any of the original details relating to the publication, distribution, etc., area are altered (e.g, burnished out, scored through, covered by a label) and the material in hand shows later information, transcribe the later information. If the original details are visible or otherwise available, give them in a note.

London : Pub. by W. Holland, No. 50 Oxford Street, [after 1787]


Note: earlier imprint scored through: Pubd. Jany. 16th 1787 by Mrs. Jackson, Mary-le-bone Street, Golden Square221

4A6. Elements relating to publication, distribution, etc., vs. elements relating to manufacture

Consider the wording and layout of text in the source when determining the most appropriate place to transcribe information relating to the publication, distribution, etc., area. In cases where the roles of publishers, distributors, and sellers are not clearly delimited, a prominent statement relating to production may reflect the tendency of producers (printers, lithographers, photographers, etc.) to function as more than solely manufacturers. In such cases the statement may be more appropriately transcribed as the element of publication, distribution, etc. rather than in the element of manufacture. Consult the following instructions for guidance.


4A6.1. Statements relating to publication, distribution, etc., only

If the material bears only a statement relating to publication, distribution, etc., or multiple such statements, transcribe the statement(s) according to the instructions in 4B, 4C, and 4D.

[Paris] : Published by Corbeau at Paris and by Robinde at London, [1787]222

[London] : Publish'd April 3rd, 1784 by Wells, No. 132 Fleet Street : Sold by W. Humphrey, Strand, [1784]223

London : Publish'd as the act directs, Novr. 21st 1771, by H. Roberts, No. 56 almost opposite Great Turnstile, Holborn & sold by L. Tomlinson, No. 124 White Chapple, [1771]224

Meadville, Pa. ; St. Louis, Mo. : Keystone View Co., manufacturers and publishers, [1900?], copyright 1900 by B.L. Singley225


4A6.2. Statements relating to manufacture only

4A6.2.1. If the material bears only a statement relating to manufacture, or multiple such statements, generally assume the manufacturer(s) to also be functioning as publisher(s), distributor(s), etc. Transcribe the statement(s) according to the instructions in 4B, 4C, and 4D. Consider the words “place of publication” and “publisher” in those instructions to refer equally to the place of manufacture and name of manufacturer in such cases.

London : Printed by Rd. Barry, Chart & Printseller, St. Katharines, 1797226

Impressum Francofurti ad Moenum : apud Georgium Corvinum, MDLXXIX [1579]227

4A6.2.2. However, if the manufacturer is known not to be the publisher, distributor, etc., and the identity of the publisher, distributor, etc., can be determined or reasonably surmised, supply the name of the publisher, distributor, etc., in square brackets and transcribe the manufacturer statement as such according to the instructions in 4E, 4F, and 4G.

[London] : [Japan British Exhibition], [1910] (Dundee ; London and New York : Printed by Valentine & Son, Ltd.)228

[San Francisco] : [Examiner], [1894] (Chicago : The Winters Art Litho. Co.)229

[Chicago?] : [Abbey, Schoeffel & Grau?], [1893?] (Cinti [Cincinnati], New York : Strobridge Lith. Co.)230


4A6.3. Statements relating both to publication, distribution, etc., and to manufacture

If the publication bears statements relating both to publication, distribution, etc., and to manufacture, determine whether or not the statements are grammatically separable.



4A6.3.1. If the statements are grammatically inseparable, transcribe them according to the instructions in 4B, 4C, and 4D. Consider the words “place of publication” and “publisher” in those instructions to refer equally to the place of manufacture and name of manufacturer in such cases.

N.Y. : Lith. & published by James Baillie, 87th. Str. near 3d. Avenue, [1847]231

[GM] [London] : Published according to law & sold by R. Willock, bookseller in Cornhill, & J. Boydell, engraver in Cheapside, [would need to add date]

4A6.3.2. If the statements are grammatically separable, determine which statement is emphasized in the source, whether typographically through lettering (larger font size, uppercase letters, boldface, etc.) or by appearing first. Transcribe the statement emphasized in the source according to the instructions in 4B, 4C, and 4D. If a secondary statement identifies a person or entity with a publication, distribution, etc. role different than that identified in the primary statement, transcribe the secondary statement according to the instructions in 4E, 4F, and 4G.

New York : Published by W. Schaus, 629 Broadway, [1860?] (Boston : Printed at J.H. Bufford's)232

Coblenz : Bei J. Hölscher ; London : Published by Ackermann & Co., 96 Strand ; Paris : Arthus Bertrand, éditeur, [between 1839 and 1841] ([Paris] : Imp. de Bougeard)233


4B. Place of publication, distribution, etc.

4B1. General rule

4B1.1. Transcribe the names of places associated with publishers, distributors, and sellers as part of this element. Transcribe the names of places associated with printers and other manufacturers only if appropriate according to the instructions in 4A6 (i.e., when the wording, layout, or typography suggests that the manufacturer is also functioning as the publisher, distributor, etc.).

For unpublished material, transcribe or supply the place of creation if known and considered important. Keep in mind that drawings or photographic prints of a place are not necessarily created in that place.



4B1.2. Transcribe the place of publication, distribution, etc., as it appears in the source. If the place appears together with the name of a larger jurisdiction (e.g., country, state, or similar designation), or multiple such jurisdictions, transcribe this as well.

St. Louis, Mo.

Cincinnati, U.S.A.

Springland near Bristol, Pennsylva.Penna

Carbondale, Ill.

Tolworth, England

Lincoln, Nebr.

4B2. Places of publication, distribution, etc., with initial prepositions, etc.

Include in the transcription any prepositions appearing before the place of publication, distribution, etc., as well as any accompanying words or phrases associated with the place name.

In London

Se vend a Paris234

Imprinted at London235


4B3. Supplied modern forms of place names

If considered necessary for identification and if known, supply in square brackets the modern form of the name of the place. Use an English form of the name, if there is one.

Christiania [Oslo]236

Monachii [Munich]237



but Parisiis238

(Comment: Recognizable as “Paris” without qualification)



4B4. Supplied fuller forms of place names

If a place name is found only in an abbreviated form in the source, transcribe it as found. Supply in square brackets the full form of the name, or the remainder of the name, if considered necessary for identification.

Cin. O. [i.e. Cincinnati, Ohio]239

Philada. [i.e. Philadelphia]240

Phila[delphia]241

4B5. Supplied larger jurisdictions

Supply in square brackets the name of the country, state, province, etc., after the name of the place if it is considered necessary for identification, or if it is considered necessary to distinguish the place from others of the same name. Use a modern English form of the name, if there is one. Apply the abbreviations appearing in AACR2, Appendix B.

Cambridge [England]

Cambridge [Mass.]

Newport [R.I.]

Washington [Pa.]

London [Ont.]


4B6. Two or more places of publication, distribution, etc.

4B6.1. If the source of information shows two or more places and all are related to the same publisher, distributor, etc., transcribe all in the order in which they appear.

Meadville, Pa. ; St. Louis, Mo. ; Portland, Ore. ; New York, N.Y. ; Toronto, Can. ; London, Eng.242



4B6.2. Optionally, if it is considered that the places are too numerous to list exhaustively, and that some may be omitted without significant loss of identification, the place of publication, distribution, etc., statement may be shortened by omitting all the places after the third. In such cases, use the mark of omission and supply after it in square brackets a phrase in the language and script of the cataloging agency to convey the extent of the omission. Include the number of omitted places (if more than one) in the supplied phrase.

Meadville, Pa. ; St. Louis, Mo. ; Portland, Ore. ... [and 3 other cities]



4B6.3. If a subsequent place of publication, distribution, etc., is not related to the same publisher, distributor, etc., transcribe it in association with the publisher, distributor, etc., to which it corresponds.

London : William Heinemann ; New York : McClure, Phillips & Co.243


4B6.4. Do not, however, transcribe a subsequent place as a place of publication, distribution, etc., if it must be recorded as a grammatically inseparable part of another element.

[Paris] : Published by Corbeau at Paris and by Robinde at London244


4B7. Places of publication, distribution, etc., in multipart resources

If the material is issued in more than a single physical part, and the place of publication, distribution, etc., changes, transcribe the place of publication, distribution, etc., of the first or earliest part and give the place of publication, distribution, etc., of the later part(s) in a note.

[B] Stuttgart ; Tübingen

Note: Place of publication in v. 33-40: Stuttgart ; Augsburg

4B8. Place names that are grammatically inseparable parts of other areas, etc.

If the place of publication, distribution, etc., appears only as a grammatically inseparable part of another area and is transcribed there, or appears only as a grammatically inseparable part of the publisher, distributor, etc., statement and is transcribed there, supply in square brackets the place of publication, distribution, etc., as the first element of the publication, distribution, etc., area (see 4C3). Use a modern English form of the name, if there is one.

[Springland, Pa.] : [W. Birch]245

(Comment: Place transcribed in statement of responsibility: … / drawn, engraved & published by W. Birch in Springland near Bristol, Pennsylva.)


4B9. Fictitious or incorrect places of publication, distribution, etc.

If the place of publication, distribution, etc., appearing on or with the material is known to be fictitious or incorrect, transcribe it nonetheless. If the real details are known, or can be reasonably surmised, supply them supply a correction in square brackets, using a modern English form of name, if there is one, and give the basis for the correction in a note. If, however, the entire statement consisting of place, publisher, and date is known to be fictitious or incorrect, apply 4A4.

Bethel. [i.e. London]246


Note: Fictitious place of publication represents Bethlehem Hospital, but presumably published in London based on satiric content

4B10. No place of publication, distribution, etc.

4B10.1. If no place of publication, distribution, etc., appears on or with the material supply one in square brackets if possible. Use a modern English form of the name, if there is one, and include the name of the larger jurisdiction if considered necessary for identification. Use the location associated with the first transcribed publisher, distributor, etc., if one is present. Provide a justification for the supplied place in a note if necessary.

[London] : Pub. by M. Darly, April 10, 1776247



Note: M. Darly was located in London

4B10.2. If the name of the place has changed over time, supply the name appropriate to the date of publication, distribution, etc., if known (e.g., Leningrad, not St. Petersburg, for works published in that city between 1924 and 1991). If considered necessary for identification, also supply the modern place name and the name of the larger jurisdiction.

[B] [Christiania i.e. Oslo]

[B] [Leona Vicario i.e. Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico]

4B11. Place of publication, distribution, etc., supplied based on address or sign

Supply in square brackets the name of the place of publication, distribution, etc., using a modern English form of the name, if there is one, when only an address or sign appears on or with the material. (Transcribe the address or sign as the publisher, distributor, etc., statement; see 4C4.1). When supplying the place, give a justification in a note if necessary.

[Paris]248

(Comment: Imprint reads: “à l’enseigne de l’éléphant,” the trade sign of a Parisian printer)

[London]249

(Comment: Imprint reads: “Publish'd March 25, 1786, by I. Mills, Strand”)


4B12. Place of publication, distribution, etc., uncertain or unknown

4B12.1. If the place of publication, distribution, etc., is uncertain, supply the name of the probable place of publication, distribution, etc., with a question mark, using a modern English form of the name, if there is one, all in square brackets. Keep in mind that drawings or photographic prints of a place are not necessarily created in that place.

[Amsterdam?]

[London?]

[Oslo?]


4B12.2. If no city of publication, distribution, etc., can be conjectured, supply if possible the name of a state, province, country, or other larger geographic entity as the place of publication, distribution, etc., with a question mark if necessary, using a modern English form of the name, if there is one, all in square brackets.

[Great Britain]

(Comment: Could be Scottish or English)

[Italy?]


(Comment: Drawing is of Roman ruins in Italy)

[Colorado?]

(Comment: Photographer unknown, but image depicts Garden of the Gods, Colorado)

4B12.3. If the reason for supplying the place is not apparent from the rest of the description, make a note to indicate the source of the information.

[Amsterdam or Venice?]



Note: Artist predominantly active in Amsterdam.

Comment: Drawing depicts Venice.

4B12.4. If no place of publication, distribution, etc., can be supplied, as a last resort use the abbreviation “s.l.” (sine loco) in square brackets.

[S.l.]

4B13. Place names in more than one language or script


4B13.1. If the name of the place of publication, distribution, etc., appears in more than one language or script, transcribe the statement in the language or script of the title proper, or if this criterion does not apply, transcribe the statement that appears first. Transcribe the remaining statement(s) as parallel statements, preceding each by an equals sign. Make a note to indicate the original position on the source of any transposed statements if considered important.

4B13.2. Optionally, if it is considered that the parallel statements are too numerous to list exhaustively, and that some may be omitted without significant loss of identification, omit parallel statements after the first using the mark of omission. Transcribe the omitted statement(s) in a note, if considered important.

4C. Name of publisher, distributor, etc.

4C1. Transcribe the names of publishers, distributors, and sellers as part of this element. Transcribe the names of printers and other manufacturers only if appropriate according to the instructions in 4A6 (i.e., when the wording or layout of text on the material suggests that the manufacturer is also functioning as the publisher, distributor, etc.).

Omit this element for material known to be unpublished.


4C2. Transcribe the name of the publisher, together with any associated words or phrases, as it appears on or with the material.

: Printed culloured and sould by Rob Walton at [the] Globe and Compasses at [the] West end of St Paules Church turning downe towards Ludgate250

: Published by Kennedy & Lucas, lithographers, no. 90 South 3rd St.; R.H. Hobson and S.M. Stewart, Chesnut Street251

: Lithographed by Edward Weber & Co.252


Optionally, omit addresses and insignificant information in the middle or at the end of the publisher, distributor, etc., statement, unless the information aids in identifying or dating the publication or is deemed important to the cataloging agency (e.g., for the purpose of capturing book trade data). Indicate all omissions by the mark of omission.

Printed for Robert Sayer ... at the Golden Buck ...253

Published by Ackermann & Co. ...254

If a statement such as “Privately printed” appears on the material, transcribe it as, or as part of, the publisher, distributor, etc., statement.

: Privately printed255

: Private plate256


4C3. Publisher, distributor, etc., statements containing grammatically inseparable place names or dates

If the publisher, distributor, etc., statement contains grammatically inseparable statements relating to place or date of publication, distribution, etc., transcribe the information as part of the publisher, distributor, etc., element. Supply the place or date of publication, distribution, etc., in square brackets in the appropriate element (see 4B8, 4D1.4; see also 4A3.3).

London : Publish'd July 1st, 1790 by J & J. Boydell, Cheapside & at the Shakespeare Gallery Pall Mall, [1790]257

[London] : Publishd. Septr. 23d. 1799 & sold by all [the] book & printsellers in London, [1799]258


4C4. Publisher, distributor, etc., statements containing only addresses, signs, or initials

4C4.1. If only the address, sign, or initials of the publisher, distributor, etc., appear in lieu of the name, transcribe the statement containing the address, sign, or initials as the publisher, distributor, etc., statement (see also 4B11). If the publisher’s, distributor’s, etc., name can be identified, supply it in square brackets after the initials or before or after the address or sign, as appropriate, or give the information in a note.

: Pubd in Ryders Court [i.e. by Mary Darly] and to be had at the sign of the pannel painter in Cheapside, or at the bust of Impudence alias the brazen head in Leicester Square259



Note: Publisher identified in The Public advertiser Oct. 7, 1762: Mary Darly, in Rider's Court, near Leicester Square

: To be had at the Golden Acorn facing Hungerford, Strand [i.e. Darly & Edwards]260



Note: Address of Darly & Edwards in 1756

4C4.2. If the identification of the publisher, distributor, etc., is based on a device, supply the name of the publisher, distributor, etc., in square brackets, even if the device includes the publisher’s, distributor’s, etc., initials or spelled-out name. Make notes as necessary about the basis for the identification, the source of the information used, the presence of the device, etc.

[Eau Claire, Wis.] : [R.G. Shaker]261


Note: photographer's emblem of an "S" with decorative scrollwork also found on mounts with R.G. Shaker's name and address

4C5. Fictitious or incorrect publisher, distributor, etc., statements

If the publisher, distributor, etc., statement is known to be fictitious or incorrect, transcribe it nonetheless. If the real details are known, or can be reasonably surmised, supply a correctionthem in square brackets and give the basis for the correction in a note. If, however, the entire statement consisting of place, publisher (distributor, etc.), and date is fictitious or incorrect, apply 4A4.

: Pub. March 12, 1792, by Jno. Squabble, Oxford St.262

Note: Publisher's name is fictitious

4C6. Two or more names of publishers, distributors, etc.

4C6.1. If the publisher, distributor, etc., statement includes more than one publisher, distributor, etc., in a single source, transcribe all the names in the order in which they appear. Transcribe them as subsequent statements of publication, distribution, etc., only when they are not linked by connecting words or phrases.

: Engrav'd from the originals printed in Paris & sold in London by H. Overton & J. Hoole at [the] White-horse without Newgate263

: Published by R. Ackermann, 101 Strand ; sold by all respectable book and printsellers in the United Kingdom264

: Wm. Hannell at the Royal Exchange, Cornhill ; H. Jackson, Fleet Street ; R. Richards, Holbourn ; Danl. Paillet, Princes Street, Leicester Fields & all other printsellers & booksellers in London & Westminster265


4C6.2. Optionally, if it is considered that the names are too numerous to list exhaustively, and that some may be omitted without significant loss of identification, the publisher, distributor, etc., statement may be shortened by omitting all the names after the third. In such cases, use the mark of omission and supply after it in square brackets a phrase in the language and script of the cataloging agency to convey the extent of the omission. Include the number of omitted publishers (or firms) and the number of omitted places (if more than one) in the supplied phrase.

[B] : Printed for F.C. and J. Rivington, Otridge and Son, J. Nichols and Co. ... [and 26 others]

[B] : Printed and sold by J. Newbery and C. Micklewright, also by Mess. Ware, Birt, Astley, Austen, Robinson, Dodsley, and Needham, in London ...[and 8 others in 8 other places]



1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   ...   24


The database is protected by copyright ©hestories.info 2017
send message

    Main page