Library of Congress Classification. Class Kk-Kkc. Law of Germany
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Library of Congress Classification. Class Kk-Kkc. Law of Germany Cumulative Schedule and Index (Aall Publications Series) by Larry D. Dershem

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Published by Fred B Rothman & Co .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Classification,
  • Classification, Library of Con,
  • Classification, Library of Congress,
  • Books,
  • Germany,
  • Law

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8221803M
ISBN 100837793459
ISBN 109780837793450
OCLC/WorldCa48013678

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Classification. Class K. Subclass KD. Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland. [Prepared in the Subject Cataloging Division by John Fischer] Washington, Library of Congress [for sale by the Card Division] ZU5K4 Classification. Class K. Subclass KE. Law of Canada / Subject Cataloging Division, Processing Department, Library of.   The scheme was written by Elizabeth Moys as a thesis to substitute the missing class K for law materials in the Library of Congress Classification, and to improve on the provisions for Law Collections by Dewey Decimal Classification. Moys incorporates both enumerative number building concepts of LC and faceted theory of DDC. Finding Items at HLSL. Use this table to find the building and floor number for most Law School items with Library of Congress call numbers (e.g. KNSF53 ) The Library of Congress classification system for K (Law) is organized into subjects and : Mindy Kent. Library of Congress Classification Classification The intellectual process by which things or concepts are organized to have likeness or unity and by this likeness or – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on - id: b-NDc4O.