Purpose: Pre-stamps and Post stamps generally provide detailed location information within more general areas such as Special Collection. Below is a comprehensive list of all call number prestamps, poststamps, and special local call number types used for items cataloged by Fogler Library.
Prestamps are entered before/above an LC call number. In most cases, the prestamp is added to the call number field in URSUS. In a few cases, the prestamp is not added in URSUS, but is added to the call number label (see below). See notes for ordering of multiple prestamps.
When possible, a link to the corresponding procedures page has been provided.
* Denotes inactive or closed collection; new items rarely, if ever, received.
GeoScan (For items with location = ogsn; stamp on label only, not in URSUS call number field; note status = o : Libr Use Only)
Ref (For Reference books; stamp on label only, not in URSUS call number field)
orefa (atlas) Times Atlas of China / i1709916x
RRR (For Reserve Reading Room; stamp on label only, not in URSUS call number field)
SciPTDL (Patent & Trademark Deposit Library)
SciRef (For Science Reference books; stamp on label only, not in URSUS call number field); amended 3/15/10
Poststamps are added after/below complete LC call numbers (including volume information).
Vickery (For items from the James B. Vickery gift collection. Note that Vickery items do not circulate)
Special call number types
The following terms are not prestamps but prefixes for local call number systems. Follow each link to the appropriate procedures page.
When an oversize book requires a location prestamp, the location prestamp should come first, then the word "Folio," then the call number. For example:
090 __ Maine Folio G1218.W4 $b 1881 .C65 2004
090 __ Rare Folio S1 $b .G73 1850
Rare is placed before Maine for items that overlap the two collections. For example:
090 __ Rare Maine JS451.M23 $b P6 1822
090 __ Rare Maine Folio ND210 $b .B74 1974