DO NOT REMOVE FORMS FROM POCKET
Library card owner is responsible for all library material issued on his card.
PR EVEN T DAM AGE — A charge is made for damage to this
book or the forms in the p ocket.
RETURN BOOKS PROMPTLY — A fine is charged for each
day a book is overdue, including Sundays and holidays.
REPORT A LOST BOOK AT ONCE — The charge for a
lost book includes the cost of the b ook plus fines.
TH I S BOO K IS THE P R O P E R TY O F O RNE L IBRA RY
Call No. Cutter No.
New England LibrarY PRODUCTS CORP.
glue bottom flap second.
glue siDE FLAP FIRST
Arkham, m a s s .
MISKATONIC LIBRARY POCKET
Print on buff or manila paper, if possible. Don't use cardstock.
Score at dashed lines. Cut out pocket along solid black outline.
Fold at scored lines and glue side flap to back of pocket. Then glue
bottom flap to back of pocket.
Glue onto inside front cover or onto the flyleaf of the book of your
Hand-write call number/cutter number and book title in spaces
indicated. Alternatively, you could type the call number and title on a
sticker and attach it in the indicated space.
Some Sample DDC Numbers
A True and Faithful Relation of What Passed
for Many Years Between Dr. John Dee... and Some Spirits
On the Origin of Species
by Charles Darwin 575.0162 D228
Adventures in Arabia
by William Seabrook 915.3 S438A
Special Collections need not use DDC numbers, and every library creates its own system for
classification. Feel free to invent your own call number for special or restricted books. For
by Desiderius Papp Utopia P218C
Works of fiction and poetry generally do not get DDC numbers: they are shelved alphabetically
by the author's last name. Write "FIC" in the call number space.
In the 1920s and '30s, MU would almost certainly have used the Dewey Decimal Classification system for organizing its general collection.
Detailed information on the DDC can be found online; however, for those who fail their Library Use roll, the following info might help you get
The Dewey system has ten main
classes, which are listed below.
100 Philosophy and Psychology
300 Social Science
500 Natural Science and Mathematics
600 Technology (Applied Sciences)
900 Geography and History
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