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The Annual Literary Index,
EDITED BY W. 1. FLETCHER and R. R. BOWKER, with the co-operation of members of the American Library Association and of the Library Journal staff.
THE ANNUAL LITERARY INDEX for 1893 complements the "Annual American Catalogue" of books published in 1893 by indexing (1) articles in periodicals published in 1893; (2) essays and book-chapters in composite books of 1893; (3) authors of periodical articles and essays; (4) special bibliographies of 1893; (5) authors deceased in 1893. The two volumes together make a complete record of the literary product of the year.
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HE above cut is a reduced photograph of the upper end of two card holders hinged together. These holders are 41⁄2 x 16 inches, full size. In the Bibliography column the work was first typewritten on thin paper, five to eight copies at once. One of these copies was pasted on cardboard, and by the use of a RUDOLPH CARD CUTTER, cut apart, each book separately; yet the cards are easily separated for the insertion of new books, each in its proper place.
In the Biography column the printed matter is simply a leaf from an ordinary catalogue, pasted on cardboard and then treated in the same way.
The card holders are hinged alike at both ends, producing an ENDLESS INDEX CHAIN which is revolved by a crank under the glass lid of the case, showing five pages at once. The size of Indexer Case is 34 inches long by 24 inches wide, 42 inches high. About the only practical difference in use between the RUDOLPH INDEXER and an Unabridged Dictionary is that you turn the Dictionary leaves by hand, while in the Indexer an endless succession of leaves is revolved by a crank. It will accommodate equally a library of 1000, 10,000 or 20,coo volumes. It takes the place of the old style card finding list, is accessible to the public, yet cannot be tampered with, and renders the publication of supplements unnecessary. If the problem of a World's Central Cataloguing Bureau is ever solved it will be done by the use of the RUDOLPH INDEXER.
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