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- n. Alternative spelling of cataloguer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A simplified spelling of cataloguer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a librarian who classifies publication according to a categorial system
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Also, when I started Biblio File, I was a database cataloger, which is a library job, but not that exciting to blog about.
Since the cataloger associated the letter to the Norweb 1838-O proof half, the word “similar” is immensely significant.
All together, the monies raised bought equipment and supported fulltime positions for more than two years: one cataloger, the now-retired Sharon Frost, former collections assistant Alejandro Olivera and me.
From left, Halban Publishers; Hatje Cantz Verlag 'Pictures, Passions and Eye: A Life at Sotheby's' by Michel Strauss His life at Sotheby's began with a fierce rivalry with Bruce Chatwin, a cataloger at the auction house who later became a famed travel writer.
The collection of novelist Somerset Maugham was coming up for sale and both Chatwin and Mr. Strauss wanted to shine as its cataloger.
Commissioned by DLF Aquifer, the report was written by Greta de Groat, electronic media cataloger in the Metadata Development Unit of the Stanford University Libraries, and was supported by a grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
Assignment to cataloging was an indication of a young staff member's rising importance, and a senior cataloger, who had climbed up from a porter's job, was furious that a newcomer had been given the plum position.
Shortly after Michel Strauss joined Sotheby's in 1961 as a junior cataloger, the British auction house won the sale of Somerset Maugham's art collection.
It's a strange glitch in what otherwise serves to confirm the National Gallery's continuing importance as a collector, cataloger, and exhibitor of major works that resonate with its matchless collections.
The current LC/NACO contributor model has severe limitations, both in who is enabled to add and edit authority records and the rules that constrain what information can be entered (even if the cataloger knows more information).