191.4 question

Scot Kamins kamins at dogeared.com
Thu Aug 4 20:46:27 EDT 2005


When the Guide presents a range of dates, the assertion is that a  
particular edition identified with its unique number (131.2, 396.1)  
was in print during the stated range.


On Aug 4, 2005, at 5:35 PM, GORDON NEAVILL wrote:

> Sept. 1968 was the first printing.  It was actually in print
> through 1971.  The first printing was 5,000 copies.  My guess
> is that there wasn't a second printing.
>
> Barry
>
> ---- Original message ----
>
>> Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 16:08:03 -0700
>> From: "Bill DiBenedetto" <billdi at earthlink.net>
>> Subject: 191.4 question
>> To: "Modlib listserv" <modlib at algol.owu.edu>
>>
>> I have a few questions; please excuse the inexperience and
>>
> ignorance here
>
>> displayed -- i still consider myself a newbie.
>> I recently acquired a fine edition of 191.4 (A Clockwork
>>
> Orange/Honey for
>
>> the Bears). It says FMLEd (Sept. 1968).  The guide has dates
>>
> 1968-70. Does
>
>> that mean it was published in each of those three years? Or
>>
> was the initial
>
>> printing only in 1968 and it remained in print until 1970,
>>
> with no  print
>
>> runs after 1968. If that is the case was  Sept., 1968 the
>>
> first printing or
>
>> are there editions that have an earlier month?
>>
>> bill
>> 206-491-0296 (wk)
>> 206-963-0499 (personal)
>>
>>
> Gordon B. Neavill
> Associate Professor
> Library and Information Science Program
> Wayne State University
> Detroit, MI 48202
> aa3401 at wayne.edu
>
>

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