Analysis is the process of preparing a bibliographic record that describes a part or parts of an item. If a separate bibliographic record is necessary for a component, prepare an "In" analytic entry. A component is a bibliographic unit that is physically contained in another bibliographic unit (host item) in such a way that the host item must be identified to locate the component (e.g., one article in a serial, one chapter or paper in a book, or one band on a sound recording). "In" analytics are made in only very unusual circumstances and used mostly for special collection material.





The cowboy's warbonnet

President Roosevelt's New England and southern tour illustrated

Age and mental abilities

Native American images in advertising



The beginning of bop

Questioned imprints in the United States






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