Evolution of catalogue , Other Management

EVOLUTION OF CATALOGUE :

The custodial responsibility assumed by the libraries of the early stages obligated on them the functions of acquisition and conservation entailing also the use of some system of bibliographic control so that the items on the store could be located and retrieved.  

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