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This finished textual content clarifies the principles and practices of descriptive and topic cataloging of Hebrew-alphabet fabrics. even as it chronicles the ancient and descriptive cataloging and category traditions in facilities of Hebrew cataloging-Washington and Jerusalem. The authors offer instructions for formulating headings and uniform titles; study and show platforms for transliteration and transcription; and hint (structurally and traditionally) category structures for Judaica, Hebraica, and Israelitica. Librarians with web entry to Israeli structures also will locate the instruments they should seek and comprehend these catalogs. This exploration and comparability of the methods of America's RLIN and Israel's ALEPH bibliographic networks closes with an research of the possibility of changing Hebrew bibliographic facts and a forecast of the implication of automation for the way forward for Hebrew cataloging all over the world.

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40Avram Rosenthal, "Experiences at the Hebrew University Library in Jerusalem," ALA Bulletin 51 (February 15,1957): 113. 41Bernard Hugo Rabenstein, "A Survey on the Use of Alphabetical Forms in Author and/or Title Headings in the Catalogs of Israeli Libraries," p. 58-61. < previous page page_25 next page > < previous page page_26 next page > Page 26 In addition to supplying Rabenstein with extensive descriptive information on the separate catalog practices of Israeli libraries, and particularly the JNUL, Kaethe Lewy went on to express some critical comments on the situation to Rabenstein.

Traditional Bibliographies and Published Hebraica Catalogs Older British catalogs, like LC printed cards, also practiced partial romanization. Both Steinschneider's midnineteenth century Latin-language catalog of Hebraica in the Bodleian Library20 and Cowley's 1929 Englishlanguage catalog of Bodleian Hebraica21 recorded the title proper in Hebrew characters and romanized the author main entry. Zedner's catalog of Hebrew books in the British Museum,22 published a few years after Steinschneider's catalog, gives fuller title information, place and date all in Hebrew characters, as well as in the roman or Cyrillic alphabet and in Arabic numerals, respectively.

The Israelis frequently read literature in non-Hebrew alphabets. Libraries are obliged to build large collections of non-Hebrew books and to establish catalogs with non-Hebrew headings as well as catalogs with Hebrew headings. c. The Israelis can read many alphabets. They need no aid from the conversion of alphabetical characters that they can read in the original. d. ) do not have trouble working with different alphabets that they usually can read. 32Elizabeth Vernon, "Hebrew and Arabic Script Materials .

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