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The revised nomenclature for museum cataloging

a revised and expanded version of Robert G. Chenall"s system for classifying man-made objects

by James R. Blackaby

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Published by AASLH Press in Nashville, TN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Museum registration methods.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames R. Blackaby, Patricia Greeno, and the Nomenclature Committee.
    ContributionsGreeno, Patricia., Chenhall, Robert G., 1923-, Nomenclature Committee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAM139 .C493 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2038256M
    ISBN 100910050937
    LC Control Number88014625

      [Popular Books] The Revised Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging: A Revised and Expanded Version of. Now The Revised Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging develops Chenhall's ideas to provide updated material so museums can use their collections to the fullest extent. The Revised Nomenclature provides a universally accepted classification system with terminology that allows curators, registrars, and catalogers to describe artifacts precisely.

    The Source may be The Revised Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging (RNMC) or a user, if you have added terms to the Lexicon. The Changes field usually contains notes on how the classification changed between The Revised Nomenclature and Nomenclature The Category, Classification, Sub-Classification, and Terms levels appear on the right. • Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging: Third edition of Robert G. Chenhall’s System for Classifying Man-Made Objects by Paul Bourcier, Ruby Rogers, and the Nomenclature Committee, AASLH Book Series, published by AltaMira Press, Janu • NPS Classification Terms based on the NPS Museum Handbook, Part II, Museum Records (MH-II).

    However, since the Revised Nomenclature was the original source of terms within the Parks Canada Classification System, and since many terms from the Parks Canada Classification System were submitted to the Nomenclature Task Force for inclusion in Nomenclature and , there is substantial overlap between the two systems. Nomenclature is a much-expanded edition of Robert G. Chenhall's system for classifying man-made objects, originally published in The Chenhall system is the standard cataloging tool for thousands of museums and historical organizations across the United States and : Paul Bourcier.


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