I'm cataloging a serial title "Exceptional release" currently published by the Logistics Officer Association. We have print holdings for 2009-2012, when it went to web-only (I believe, I'm still confirming that). I am working on the print title record at the moment.
I didn't think this was a fairly typical name but lo, I find in OCLC a serial of the same title (but different focus/topic) published at our Gunter Annex (across town) back in the 1940s. We cannot find any holdings locally despite our symbol on the OCLC record. There is a feeling that someone might have looked at the title & ignored the publication information when adding the holdings, but that is another story. Thus I am needing an addition to the 130 authorized access point for my title. The title in hand has been published by the Logistics Officer Association in Arlington, VA since 1999 and would be how our patrons would look for it. Prior to that, it was published by the Maintenance Officer Association of Springfield, VA between 1983-1999 as best I can determine through their online archive. When constructing the 130, do I need to use the first agency or location or may I use the current one? I'm contemplating the following variations: Exceptional release (Logistics Officer Association) Exceptional release (Arlington, VA) Exceptional release (Maintenance Officer Association) Exceptional release (Springfield, Va) Unfortunately right now our office copy of "RDA and serials cataloging" is on the loose. I'd appreciate any pointers on this 130. //SIGNED// Patricia Fogler Chief, Cataloging Section (AUL/LTSC) Muir S. Fairchild Research Information Center DSN 493-2135 Comm (334) 953-2135 To unsubscribe from RDA-L send an e-mail to the following address from the address you are subscribed under to: lists...@listserv.lac-bac.gc.ca In the body of the message: SIGNOFF RDA-L