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ISI 5102 pp

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  • 1. Seymour Lubetzky 1898 - 2003 Cataloguing Theorist, Teacher, Prominent Librarian
  • 2. Education and CareerHighlights  Education  BA from UCLA  MA UC Berkeley  General Secondary Teachers Credential  Certificate of Librarianship  Career  Sequoia National Park Library, accessions assistant (1936-1942)  UCLA, cataloguer; reviser; chief classifier (1936- 1942)  Library of Congress, Chief, Catalogue Maintenance Division (1943-1960)  UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, Professor (1960-1967)
  • 3. Major Contributions Publications  Cataloging Rules and Principles (1953)  Code of Cataloging Rules, an unfinished draft (1960)  Principles of Cataloging (1969) Major Influence in  The development of the “Paris Principles”  The Anglo-American Cataloging Rules (AACR and AACR2)
  • 4. Conclusion Lubetzky was an unrivaled cataloguing theorist in the 20th century A remarkable individual who was fluent in 6 languages Lived to the age of 104 and contributed to the field of modern cataloguing for close to sixty years.