Consultant on Bibliographic and Cataloging Policy in the Library of Congress


For his scholarly analysis and critiques which have stimulated and influenced profoundly the revision of cataloging rules and are leading the library profession to a clear statement of principles as the basis for future cataloging policy. Well known for his report "Cataloging Rules and Principles" published in 1953.

Awards Won

Title Year
Margaret Mann Citation
The Margaret Mann Citation is awarded by the ALA ALCTS Cataloging and Classification Section for outstanding professional achievement in cataloging or classification either through publication of significant professional literature, participation in professional cataloging associations, or valuable contributions to practice in individual libraries.
1955 - Recipient(s)