Source: LC/NACO RDA Bridge Training, BL Guide, Z1, RDA 9.8-9.11, 10.5, 11.3.2-11.3.3, 11.9, 6.5
370: No indicators. Repeatable.
|‡a||Place of birth (NR)|
|‡b||Place of death (NR)|
|‡c||Associated country (R)|
|‡e||Place of residence/headquarters (R)|
|‡f||Other associated place (R)|
|‡g||Place of origin of work (R)|
|‡s||Start period (NR)|
|‡t||End period (NR)|
|‡u||Uniform Resource Identifier (R)|
|‡v||Source of information (R)|
|‡2||Source of term (NR) <lcsh if non-jurisdictional; for jurisdictions, naf not necessary at this time, but recommended>|
‡2: if taken from NAF, ‡2 naf is not mandatory, but note the change at Sept. 2013 below. If taken from LCSH, use ‡2 lcsh. If not established in either, no ‡2.
BL: A non-jurisdictional name coded as 110 in the NAF is treated as a jurisdiction: Auschwitz (Concentration camp); Queen Mary (Ship). A person could be born or died in a concentration camp or on a ship.
As of Sept. 2013: the form of the name of the place should be in the authorized RDA form.* Since there is now no discrepancy between the 370 form and the 151, probably it would be best to add ‡2 naf if the name has been established.
*Formerly: written as it would be in a qualifier in the 1XX (no parentheses)
Even if it is not established in the NAF yet, record it in RDA form but do not establish the name in the NAF simply to justify the 370.
Name changes: always use the latest place that applies to the AAP; optionally, add also the earlier name.
|100||1||Singer, Isaac Bashevis, ‡d 1904-1991|
|370||Radzimyn (Poland) ‡b Surfside (Fla.) ‡2 naf|
Place of residence/Other Associated Place
|370||‡c United States ‡e New Haven (Conn.) ‡f Bennington (Vt.) ‡2 naf|
|373||Bennington College ‡2 naf|
YUL example: Mattison home page: residence, New Haven; teaches at Bennington College (in Bennington, Vermont)
BL recommends always adding ‡c primarily to facilitate machine-actionable processing “to distinguish and match people.”
|100||1||Parker, Bobby ‡c (Poet)|
|370||‡c Great Britain ‡f Kidderminster (England) ‡2 naf|
Difference in punctuation: qualifier in 130 vs 370
|130||1||Gazette (Shiner, Tex.)|
|370||Shiner (Tex.) ‡2 naf|
If the qualifier of a place [Korea (South), Washington (State)] is not a larger jurisdiction, the qualifier is dropped from the AAP when the place itself is used as a qualifier. Prior to the Z1 update Sept 2013, the qualifier was also dropped from the 370. Now that it matches on 151, the cataloger can add ‡2 naf to the 370s for Korea (South) and Washington (State).
|151||Masa Pangmulgwan (Korea)|
|370||‡c Korea (South) ‡2 naf|
|110||2||Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (Wash.)|
|370||Washington (State) ‡2 naf|
Countries in ‡c
Another change: prior to Sept. 2013, countries in ‡c were abbreviated if they were on the list of abbreviations in Appendix B11; notably United States was entered as U.S. The Appendix B abbreviations are no longer applied; spell out United States.
The other countries with abbreviations in Appendix B: New Zealand (N.Z.), Russian Soviet Federated Republic (R.S.F.S.R), Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.)
Use Great Britain instead of U.K. in ‡c.
- ‡a and ‡b are specific to Personal Names
- ‡g is specific to Works
- All other subfields are available for all types of NAR’s, as shown in the RDA instruction references.
- If more than one ‡s start and ‡t end period related with a particular place, repeat the field, not the subfields.
Turkey is established but Ionia is not:
|100||1||Homer. ‡t Iliad|
|370||‡g Ionia <this is an ancient region in coast Turkey not est. in LCSH; RDA form not applicable>|
|370||‡g Turkey ‡2 naf|
Place of origin and dates:
|100||1||Joyce, James, ‡d 1882-1941. ‡t Ulysses|
|370||‡g Trieste (Italy) ‡g Zürich (Switzerland) ‡g Paris (France) ‡2 naf|
|370||‡s 1914 ‡t 1922|
Place and date are on the last page of Ulysses, but not in hand at this writing.