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866-868  Textual Holdings--General Information (R)

Record Type

BIB, LHR

Input Standards

Applicable Fields (R=Repeatable  NR=Nonrepeatable) Input Standards
866 Textual holdings--Basic Bibliographic Unit (R) Optional/Optional
867 Textual holdings--Supplementary Material (R) Optional/Optional
868 Textual holdings--Indexes (R) Optional/Optional
1st Indicator   Field encoding level [All fields]
blank character No information provided
3 Holdings level 3
4 Holdings level 4
5 Holdings level 4 with piece designation
2nd Indicator  Type of notation [All fields]
0 Non-standard
1 ANSI/NISO Z39.71 or ISO 10324
2 ANSI Z39.42
7 Source specified in subfield ǂ2
Subfields (R=Repeatable  NR=Nonrepeatable) Input Standards
ǂa Textual holdings (NR) [All fields] Mandatory/Mandatory
ǂx Nonpublic note (R) [All fields] Optional/Optional
ǂz Public note (R) [All fields] Optional/Optional
ǂ2 Source of notation (NR) [All fields] Optional/Optional
ǂ6 Linkage (NR) [BIB] [All fields] System supplied/System supplied
ǂ8 Field link and sequence number (R) [All fields] Mandatory/Mandatory

Definition

Textual description which may include both the captions and enumeration and chronology for the holdings of a bibliographic item in the collections of the reporting organization. These fields are normally not used in holdings for single-part items. They may be used instead of coded fields 853-855 and 863-865 for multipart and serial items when those fields cannot be used adequately to describe the holdings. The 866-868 fields may also be used in addition to fields 853-855 and 863-865 to record and generate an alternative display for all or part of the enumeration and chronology and captions and pattern fields.

A general description of the four types of holdings data fields, their relationship to each other and the repeatability of each is given in the 84x-87x Holdings Data Embedded in Bibliographic Records section. Guidelines for recording item information related to holdings data in the 866-868 fields is given in the 876-878 Item Information--General Information section.

Fields 866, 867, and 868 are not retained in the master bibliographic record, but are included in exported records and records delivered via other services.

1st Indicator

Field encoding level. The 1st indicator position contains a value that indicates the level of specificity of the enumeration and chronology in the field. Values 3 and 4 reflect requirements of Levels 3 and 4 of Holdings Statements for Bibliographic Items (ANSI/NISO Z39.71), formerly Serial Holdings Statement (ANSI Z39.44). Value 3 also reflects the requirements of Level 3 of Holdings Statements-Summary Level (ISO 10324). Values 3, 4, and 5 correspond to the level of specificity defined for the enumeration and chronology data at the record level by codes 3, 4, and 5 in ELvl, in local holdings records.

 
blank character

No information provided. The encoding level information is not provided.

3

Holdings level 3. The field contains summary enumeration and chronology (i.e., only at the first level of enumeration and chronology in a compressed form).

853 2 0 ǂ8 1 ǂa v. ǂb no. ǂu 9 ǂv r ǂi (year) ǂj (month) ǂw m ǂx 01 ǂy om06,07,08
863 3 2 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa 1-4 ǂi 1941-1943 ǂw g
863 3 2 ǂ8 1.2 ǂa 6-86 ǂi 1945-1987
866 3 1 ǂ8 0 ǂa v.1(1941)-v.86(1987) ǂx bound in 2 v. per year ǂz Some issues missing
[Field 866 replaces 863 fields to generate an alternative display]
4

Holdings level 4. The field contains detailed enumeration and chronology (i.e., at the first level and all subsequent levels and in either itemized or compressed form or a combination of the two).

853 2 0 ǂ8 1 ǂa (year) ǂw a
863 4 3 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa 1974
863 4 3 ǂ8 1.2 ǂa 1976
863 4 3 ǂ8 1.3 ǂa 1978
863 4 3 ǂ8 1.4 ǂa 1979
863 4 3 ǂ8 1.5 ǂa 1981
866 3 1 ǂ8 0 ǂa 1974-1981 ǂz Some issues lost
[Field 866 replaces 863 fields to generate an alternative display]
5

Holdings level 4 with piece designation. The field contains detailed enumeration and chronology information and an identifying number for the physical piece in subfield ǂa.

2nd Indicator

Type of notation. The 2nd indicator position contains a value that indicates whether the holdings contained in subfield ǂa is formulated according to standard or non-standard notation.

 
0

Non-standard. The holdings are not formulated according to a standard notation.

854 2 0 ǂ8 1 ǂa v. ǂi (year) ǂw a
864 3 2 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa 1-2 ǂi 1942-1944
864 3 2 ǂ8 1.2 ǂa 4-7 ǂi 1946-1948
867 3 0 ǂ8 0 ǂa Supplements to v. 1-7 (1942-1948) ǂz bound in one volume
[Field 867 replaces 864 fields to generate an alternative display, which is not prescribed in the standard]
1

ANSI/NISO Z39.71 or ISO 10324. The holdings are formulated according to Holdings Statements for Bibliographic Items (ANSI/NISO Z39.71) (which replaces the previous holdings standards, Serial Holdings Statements (Z39.44) and Holdings Statements for Non-Serial Items (Z39.57)) or Holdings Statements-Summary level (ISO 10324).

866 3 1 ǂ8 2 ǂa v.37-52 ǂz Bound; some issues missing
2

ANSI Z39.42. The holdings are formulated according to ANSI Z39.42 (replaced by Z39.71).

7

Source specified in subfield ǂ2. The holdings are formatted according to another standard. Identify the source in subfield ǂ2.

Subfields

 
ǂa Textual holdings

Contains the textual form of the holdings. This form may be used either instead of or in addition to fields 853-855 and 863-865.

853 2 0 ǂ8 1 ǂa v. ǂb no. ǂu 9 ǂv r ǂi (year) ǂj (month) ǂw m ǂx 01 ǂy om06,07,08
863 3 2 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa 1-4 ǂi 1941-1943
863 3 2 ǂ8 1.2 ǂa 6-86 ǂi 1945-1987
866 3 1 ǂ8 0 ǂa v.1(1941)-v.86(1987) ǂx bound in 2 v. per year ǂz Some issues missing
855     ǂ8 1 ǂa year ǂo alphabetical index
865 4 2 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa 1937-1942
865 4 2 ǂ8 1.2 ǂa 1946-1968
865 4 2 ǂ8 1.3 ǂa 1969-1978 ǂo Ten year cumulative index
868 3 0 ǂ8 0 ǂa 1937-1942, 1946-1968, plus 1969/1978 cumulative vol.
[Field 868 provides an alternative display and replaces the 865 fields]
ǂx Nonpublic note

Contains a note relating to the field. The note is not written in a form that is adequate for public display.

853 2 3 ǂ8 1 ǂa v. ǂi (year)
863 2 3 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa 36-40 ǂi 1961-1965
863 2 3 ǂ8 1.2 ǂa 41 ǂi 1966 ǂz Offsite storage has no. 1-10 (Jan.-Oct.) only
863 2 3 ǂ8 1.3 ǂa 42-48 ǂi 1967-1973
863 2 3 ǂ8 1.4 ǂa 49 ǂi 1974 ǂz Offsite storage has no. 1-8 (Jan.-Aug.) only
866 2 3 ǂ8 0 ǂa v.36(1961)-v.49(1974) ǂx incomplete vols. unbound ǂz some issues missing
ǂz Public note

Contains a note relating to the field. The note is written in a form that is adequate for public display. For example, it may be used to specifically record missing issues or numbering irregularities.

854 2 0 ǂ8 1 ǂa v. ǂi (year) ǂw a
864 3 2 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa 1-2 ǂi 1942-1944 ǂw g
864 3 2 ǂ8 1.2 ǂa 4-7 ǂi 1946-1948
867 3 0 ǂ8 0 ǂa Supplements to v.1-2 (1942-1944), 4-7 (1946-1948) ǂz bound in one volume
ǂ2 Source of notation

Contains a MARC code that identifies the source of the notation used to formulate the holdings statement. Use only when the 2nd indicator value is 7. See Holding Schemes Source Codes.

866 3 7 ǂ8 0 ǂa <1967:4:15-1979:9:14> ǂ2 usnp
[Indicates that the holdings are formulated according to the United States Newspaper Program (USNP) guidelines as set forth in The Newspaper Cataloging and Union Listing Manual]

For more information about subfield ǂ2, see Control Subfields.

ǂ6 Linkage

Data that link fields when non-Latin script is entered. This subfield is system supplied and does not appear in OCLC online displays. Do not add subfield ǂ6. For more information about subfield ǂ6, see Control Subfields.

ǂ8 Field link and sequence number

For information about subfield ǂ8, see Control Subfields.

855 2 0 ǂ8 1 ǂa [captions and pattern]
855 2 0 ǂ8 2 ǂa [captions and pattern]
855 2 0 ǂ8 3 ǂa [captions and pattern]
855 2 0 ǂ8 4 ǂa [captions and pattern]
865 4 3 ǂ8 1.1 ǂa [enumeration and chronology]
865 4 3 ǂ8 2.1 ǂa [enumeration and chronology]
865 4 3 ǂ8 3.1 ǂa [enumeration and chronology]
865 4 3 ǂ8 4.1 ǂa [enumeration and chronology]
868 4 0 ǂ8 2 ǂ8 3 ǂa [textual holdings for display]

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