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==Catalog records==
 
==Catalog records==
  
When catalog records in [[Hamnet]] carry an advisory statement, it's usually for books that that have been bought but not yet been subjected to the scrutiny of a professional cataloger. This may be true even though the records look full and detailed, thanks to the economy of [[shared cataloging]]. The other occasion is when old catalog cards have been re-keyed by a vendor (as often happens with [[retrospective conversion]]). Folger catalogers call these notes HBCNs, or Handy Butt-Cover Notes.  
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When catalog records in [[Hamnet]] carry an advisory statement, it's usually for books that that have been bought but not yet been subjected to the scrutiny of a professional cataloger. This may be true even though the records look full and detailed, thanks to the economy of [[shared cataloging]]. The other occasion is when old catalog cards have been re-keyed by a vendor (as often happens with [[retrospective conversion]]). Folger catalogers call these notes HBCNs (Handy Butt-Cover Notes).  
  
 
===HBCNs for vault material===
 
===HBCNs for vault material===
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===HBCNs for open stacks material===
 
===HBCNs for open stacks material===
  This record represents material that has not been fully cataloged. It may contain incorrect or incomplete information.  
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  This record represents material that has not been fully cataloged. It may contain incorrect or incomplete information.
  
 
==Folgerpedia articles==
 
==Folgerpedia articles==

Revision as of 14:37, 20 March 2014

Advisory statements are used in catalog records and other public documents (such as Folgerpedia articles) when we cannot guarantee the content is complete, accurate, or current.

Catalog records

When catalog records in Hamnet carry an advisory statement, it's usually for books that that have been bought but not yet been subjected to the scrutiny of a professional cataloger. This may be true even though the records look full and detailed, thanks to the economy of shared cataloging. The other occasion is when old catalog cards have been re-keyed by a vendor (as often happens with retrospective conversion). Folger catalogers call these notes HBCNs (Handy Butt-Cover Notes).

HBCNs for vault material

Measurements from Folger catalog card. Not verified.
This record contains unverified data from a re-keying contract and may contain incorrect or incomplete text. Please consult Curator for assistance.
This record represents material that has not yet been cataloged. It may contain incorrect or incomplete information. Please consult Curator for assistance. 

HBCNs for open stacks material

This record represents material that has not been fully cataloged. It may contain incorrect or incomplete information.

Folgerpedia articles

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