“What the Bibliographer Says to the Cataloger”

MICHAEL WINSHIP

Abstract

The title of my paper, “What the Bibliographer Says to the Cataloger,” is borrowed from a talk that Thomas Franklin Currier gave on April 17, 1940, to the Boston Group of Catalogers and Classifiers.1 Currier is one of my heroes, and in some ways my own work has depended and built on his. He was qualified to talk on this topic for he made important contributions both as cataloger and as bibliographer. Born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, in 1873, Currier was educated at the Roxbury Latin School and Harvard College. After a brief stint of six months as an assistant in . . .

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