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''Index terms for occupations in archival and manuscript collections'' (ITOAMC) is a controlled vocabulary maintained as an Excel spreadsheet by Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress for use in authority and bibliographic records. New terms are added about once
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''Index terms for occupations in archival and manuscript collections'' (ITOAMC) is a controlled vocabulary maintained as an Excel spreadsheet by Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress for use in authority and bibliographic records. New terms are added about once every two years.<ref>DCRM-L discussion, October 9, 2013, see https://listserver.lib.byu.edu/pipermail/dcrm-l/2013-October/003288.html</ref> Folger catalogers sometimes use ITOAMC terms in authority records. The MARC source code is <code>itoamc</code>, but online searching reveals this is often typo'd as "itomac."  
every two years.<ref>DCRM-L discussion, October 9, 2013, see https://listserver.lib.byu.edu/pipermail/dcrm-l/2013-October/003288.html</ref> Folger catalogers sometimes use ITOAMC terms in authority records. The MARC source code is <code>itoamc</code>, but online searching reveals this is often typo'd as "itomac."  
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:49, 25 February 2015

Index terms for occupations in archival and manuscript collections (ITOAMC) is a controlled vocabulary maintained as an Excel spreadsheet by Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress for use in authority and bibliographic records. New terms are added about once every two years.[1] Folger catalogers sometimes use ITOAMC terms in authority records. The MARC source code is itoamc, but online searching reveals this is often typo'd as "itomac."

Term
Abolitionists.
Accountants.
Actors.
Actresses.
Actuaries.
Administrators.
Adventurers.
Advertisers.
Advertising executives.
Aeronauts.
Aerospace engineers.
Agents.
Agriculturists.
Air Force officers.
Aircraft designers.
Aircraft manufacturers.
Airline executives.
Airplane manufacturers.
Alchemists.
Ambassadors.
American loyalists.
Analysands.
Anatomists.
Anesthesiologists.
Animal rights activists.
Anthologists.
Anthropologists.
Antiquarians.
Archaeologists.
Architects.
Architectural historians.
Archivists.
Armaments experts.
Armorers.
Army Air Corps officers.
Army clerks.
Army officers.
Army paymasters.
Army prosecutors.
Army surgeons.
Art collectors.
Art connoisseurs.
Art consultants.
Art critics.
Art dealers.
Art directors.
Art historians.
Artists.
Assassins.
Astronomers.
Astrophysicists.
Atomic energy commissioners.
Attorneys general.
Authors.
Aviators.
Balloonists.
Bankers.
Baseball executives.
Baseball managers.
Baseball players.
Bibliographers.
Bibliophiles.
Biochemists.
Biographers.
Biologists.
Biophysicists.
Biotechnologists.
Blacksmiths.
Boatswains.
Book designers.
Bookbinders.
Booksellers.
Botanists
Brickmakers.
Broadcast executives.
Brokers.
Builders.
Businessmen.
Businesswomen.
Cabinet officers (State government).
Cabinet officers.
Cameramen.
Campaign workers.
Canal officials.
Cannon makers.
Capitalists.
Capitol pages.
Carpenters.
Cartographers.
Cartoonists.
Chancellors.
Chaplains, Military.
Chaplains, U.S. Senate.
Chaplains.
Chauffeurs.
Chemical engineers.
Chemists.
Chess players.
Child psychologists.
Cinematographers.
Circus owners.
Civic leaders.
Civil engineers.
Civil libertarians.
Civil rights activists.
Civil rights leaders.
Civil servants.
Classicists.
Clergy.
Clerks.
Clerks of court.
Clerks, U.S. Army.
Clerks, U.S. House of Representatives.
Clerks, U.S. Supreme Court.
Clubwomen.
Collectors, Autograph.
Collectors.
College administrators.
College presidents.
Colonial administrators.
Colonial agents.
Colonial officials.
Colonists.
Colonizers.
Comedians.
Commentators.
Commercial agents.
Communists.
Compilers.
Composers.
Computer scientists.
Conquerors.
Conservationists.
Conspirators.
Consuls.
Consultants.
Consulting engineers.
Contractors.
Cooks.
Coopers.
Coppersmiths.
County clerks.
Critics.
Curators.
Customs agents.
Customs inspectors.
Dancers.
Deacons.
Delegates, U.S. Continental Congress.
Demographers.
Dental surgeons.
Dentists.
Designers.
Desperadoes.
Dictators.
Diplomats.
Drafters.
Dramatists.
Economists.
Editors.
Educators.
Electrical engineers.
Electricians.
Electrochemists.
Emperors.
Empresses.
Engineers.
Engravers.
Entertainers.
Entomologists.
Entrepreneurs.
Epidemiologists.
Essayists.
Ethnologists.
Evangelists.
Examiners.
Examiners, U.S. Patent Office.
Executives.
Executors.
Expatriates.
Explorers.
Expressmen.
Farmers.
FBI agents.
Federalists.
Financiers.
Football coaches.
Foreign correspondents.
Foreign service officers.
Forest rangers.
Foresters.
Freight rate specialists.
Frontiersmen.
Gay rights activists.
Gemologists.
Geographers.
Geologists.
Geophysicists.
Government employees.
Governors.
Governors general.
Governors' spouses.
Grammarians.
Heads of state.
Healers.
Mercenaries.
Historians.
Horticulturists.
Hospital directors.
Housekeepers.
Housekeepers, White House.
Humorists.
Hymnologists.
Illustrators.
Immigration inspectors.
Importers.
Indian agents.
Indian chiefs.
Indian commissioners.
Indian fighters.
Industrial designers.
Industrial physicists.
Industrialists.
Insurance brokers.
Insurance executives.
Intelligence officers.
Internationalists.
Inventors.
Iron manufacturers.
Journalists.
Jurists.
Justices of the peace.
Kings.
Labor leaders.
Laborers.
Land agents.
Land speculators.
Landowners.
Landscape architects.
Lawyers.
Lecturers.
Legislative reporters.
Legislators (State government).
Lexicographers.
Librarians.
Librarians of Congress.
Linguists.
Literary agents.
Loan officers.
Lobbyists.
Lumbermen.
Lyricists.
Marine biologists.
Marine Corps officers.
Marine engineers.
Mariners.
Marines.
Marshals.
Mathematicians.
Mayors.
Merchants.
Metaphysicians.
Meteorologists.
Microbiologists.
Midshipmen.
Military historians.
Military scouts.
Militia officers.
Mill owners.
Missionaries.
Mistresses.
Monks.
Motion picture directors.
Motion picture producers.
Musicians.
Musicologists.
Nationalists.
Naturalists.
Naval architects.
Naval constructors.
Naval historians.
Naval officers.
Neurologists.
Neuropsychiatrists.
Newspaper editors.
Newspapermen.
Notaries.
Novelists.
Nuclear chemists.
Nuclear physicists.
Nurses.
Oceanographers.
Ophthalmologists.
Orators.
Ornithologists.
Painters.
Paleographers.
Palmists.
Pathologists.
Patriots.
Pharmacologists.
Philanthropists.
Philologists.
Philosophers.
Photographers.
Photographic assistants.
Physicians.
Physicists.
Physiologists.
Pianists.
Pilgrims.
Pioneers.
Plant pathologists.
Plantation owners
Poets.
Police chiefs.
Political activists.
Political commentators.
Political consultants.
Political scientists.
Politicians.
Postal clerks.
Postmasters.
Presidential advisors.
Presidents.
Prime ministers.
Princes.
Printers.
Prison wardens.
Privateers.
Promoters.
Prospectors.
Prothonotaries.
Psychiatrists.
Psychoanalysts.
Psychologists.
Psychotherapists.
Public officials.
Public relations consultants.
Publicists.
Publishers.
Purser's clerks.
Quakers.
Queens.
Radio directors.
Radio journalists.
Radio producers.
Railroad executives.
Railroad officials.
Ranchers.
Reformers.
Religious leaders.
Religious workers.
Representatives, U.S. Congress.
Research analysts.
Research superintendents.
Revenue-cutter service officers.
Revolutionaries.
River pilots.
Royal consorts.
Sailors.
Salesmen.
Scholars.
Scientists.
Scouts.
Sculptors.
Sea captains.
Seamen.
Secret service agents.
Secretaries, Presidential.
Secretaries, U.S. Senate.
Secretaries.
Senators, U.S. Congress.
Servants.
Set designers.
Ship captains.
Shipbuilders.
Shipowners.
Shipwrights.
Shoemakers.
Silversmiths.
Singers.
Slaveholders.
Slaves.
Social activists.
Social leaders.
Social secretaries.
Social workers.
Socialists.
Socialites.
Sociologists.
Soldiers.
Songwriters.
Speculators.
Spies.
Spiritualists.
Statesmen.
Stenographers.
Stonemasons.
Students.
Suffragists.
Supercargos.
Superintendents of schools.
Superintendents.
Surgeons.
Surveyors.
Swordmakers.
Tailors.
Talent agents.
Tanners.
Teachers.
Telegraphers.
Television directors.
Television personalities.
Television producers.
Theatrical directors.
Theatrical managers.
Theatrical producers.
Theologians.
Theosophists.
Topographical engineers.
Traders.
Tradesmen.
Translators.
Travelers.
Undertakers.
Ushers.
Vice presidents.
Viceroys.
Violinists.
Virologists.
Visionaries.
Whalers (Persons)
Whaling masters.
Wood-carvers.
Yeomen.
Zoologists.