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Dewey, Weine and Elazar: Classifying Books in the Library, May 1, 2009 by Temple B’nai Israel Weinberg, Bella Hass. Judaica Classification Schemes for Synagogue and School Libraries: A Structural Analysis in Judaica Librarianship vol.1 no. 1 Fall 1983 p. 26-30. Elazar, David. The Making of a Classfication Scheme for Libraries of Judaica in Judaica Librarianship vol.14 (2008) p. 15-25. Collection Development in Smaller Judaica Libraries: Resource guide. By: Susan Freiband and Barbara Leff, AJL, 2006 Defining the scope of Judaica: Complementary problems in bibliographic control and bibliographic organization by: Bella Hass Weinberg in Library Acquisitions: Practice and Theory 15, no. 2 (1991): 155-163. Judaica Reference Sources: A Selective, Annotated Bibliographic Guide, 3ed. By: Charles Cutter. Libraries Unlimited, 2004. Creating a Collection: A Resource Booklet for a Beginning Judaic Library.

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