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This part of the Universal Bibliography is a bibliography of bibliography.

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General[edit | edit source]

  • Power, A Handy-Book about Books, 1870 [1] [2]
  • Gore, Daniel. Bibliography for Beginners. 2nd Ed: 1973. A Beginner's Book of Bibliography. [3]
  • Higgins, Marion Villiers. Bibliography: A Beginner's Guide to the Making, Evaluation and Use of Bibliographies. H.W. Wilson Company. 1941. [4]
  • Witmer and Feagley. A Beginner's Guide to Bibliography, with Examples Drawn from the Field of Education. [5]
  • Gaskell. A New Introduction to Bibliography. Clarendon Press. 1972. [6]
  • Wynar, Bohdan S. Introduction to Bibliography and Reference Work: A Guide to Materials and Sources. (Library Science Text Series). Colorado Bibliographic Institute. 3rd Ed: 1965. Introduction to Bibliography and Reference Books: A Guide to Materials and Bibliographical Sources. Graduate School of Librarianship, University of Denver. 1963. [7] [8]
  • Oberman-Soroka and Ball. Introduction to Bibliography and Research Methods Handbook. Revised Ed: 1979 [9] Commentary: [10] [11]
  • Padwick, Eric William. Bibliographical Method: An Introductory Survey. (Aspects of Librarianship). James Clark. 1969. [12]
  • Abbott and Williams. An Introduction to Bibliographical and Textual Studies. Modern Language Association of America. 2nd Ed: 1985, 3rd Ed: 1999, 4th Ed: 2009, 2014. [13] [14]
  • McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees. An Introduction to Bibliography for Literary Students. Clarendon Press, Oxford. 1927. 2nd Ed: 1928. [15]
  • Schlichting (compiler). Introduction to Bibliographic Research in Literature: Basic Sources. L. A. Beeghly Library, Ohio Wesleyan University. 1974 [16]
  • Harmon. Elements of Bibliography: A Simplified Approach. Scarecrow Press. 2nd Ed: 1989 [17]. Elements of Bibliography: A Guide to Information Sources and Practical Applications. 3rd Ed: 1998  [18]
  • Feipel, Louis Nicholas. Elements of Bibliography. Published for the Bibliographical Society of America. University of Chicago Press. 1916. [19] [20] [21]
  • Esdaile's Manual of Bibliography. 4th Revised Ed: 1967, 5th Revised Ed: 1981, 6th Ed: 2001. A Student's Manual of Bibliography. 1st Ed: 1931, 2nd Ed: 1932, 3rd Revised Ed: 1954. [22]
  • Rogers, Walter Thomas. A Manual of Bibliography: Being an Introduction to the Knowledge of Books, Library Management and the Art of Cataloguing, with a List of Bibliographical Works of Reference, a Latin-English and English-Latin Topographical Index of Ancient Printing Centres, and a Glossary. New Edition. 1891. [23] [24] [25] [26]
  • Manual of Bibliography. National Library of Canada. 1968. [27]
  • Foxon, David Fairweather. The Technique of Bibliography. (The Book, issue 6). Published for the National Book League at the University Press. 1955. [28] [29]
  • Stokes, Roy Bishop. The Function of Bibliography. (A Grafton Book). 1st Ed. Andre Deutsch. 1969. 2nd Revised Ed. Gower. 1982. [30]
  • The Function of Bibliography in Literary Criticism Illustrated in a Study of the Text of "King Lear." 1933. [31]
  • Krummel, Donald William. Bibliographies: Their Aims and Methods. Mansell. 1984. [32]

Encyclopedias and dictionaries of words and phrases[edit | edit source]

  • Stokes, Roy Bishop. A Bibliographical Companion. Scarecrow Press. 1989. Paperback Ed. 2011. [33]

Periodicals[edit | edit source]

  • Bibliographical Notes and Queries (1935 to 1939)

Book reviews[edit | edit source]

  • Reference Guide to Book Reviews: A Checklist of Sources in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Fine Arts. [34]

Periodicals:

Universal[edit | edit source]

  • "Reflections on the Idea of a Universal Bibliography" (1971) 10 Herald of Library Science 215
  • "Universal Bibliography and its Substitutes" (1952) 2 Libri 292
  • The HPB Project: Phase II: Describing an Experiment in Creating a Computerized Cumulative Short-title Catalog of Hand-printed Books Leading to a Universal Bibliography of Books Printed 1453-1800 [35]

National[edit | edit source]

  • McGowan. "National Bibliography". Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. Marcel Dekker. 1976. Volume 19. Page 50 to 60.
  • Bell. An Annotated Guide to Current National Bibliographies. Saur. 1998 [36]
  • Heyl. Current National Bibliographies: A List of Sources of Information Concerning Current Books of All Countries. 1942 [37]
  • Peddie. National Bibliographies: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Works which Register the Books Published in Each Country. 1912 [38] [39] [40]

Norwegian:

  • Norsk bokfortegnelse. Norwegian National Bibliography.

Metabibliography[edit | edit source]

See w:Metabibliography

  • Taylor, Archer. A History of Bibliographies of Bibliographies. Scarecrow Press. New Brunswick. 1955. [41] Reviews: Stokes, "Reviews" (1956) The Library, vol s5-XI, Issue 4, (April),  p 299; Vosper, "Reviews", 26 The Library Quarterly 130 (No 2); Mearns (May 1956) College and Research Libraries, vols 17-18, p 275 [42]; (1956) 81 Library Journal 53 (August); Library Association Record [43]. Commentary: [44]
  • Josephson, Askel Gustav Salomon. Bibliographies of Bibliographies Chronologically Arranged with Occasional Notes and an Index. (Contributions to Bibliography 1). Bibliographical Society of Chicago. Chicago. 1901. [45] [46]
  • McCoy. "General bibliographies of bibliographies". Researching and Writing in History. 1974. Page 13 et seq.
  • Gobbers, "2.1 Bibliographies of bibliographies" in "Source Material for the Study of Dutch Literature" (1974) 1 Dutch Studies 151 at 152

Particular metabibliographies:

  • Besterman, Theodore. A World Bibliography of Bibliographies and of Bibliographical Catalogues, Calendars, Abstracts, Digests, Indexes, and the Like. Societas Bibliographica. 1st Ed: 1939 to 1940, 2nd Ed: 1947 to 1949, 3rd Ed: 1955 to 1956, 4th Ed: 1965 to 1966. Reprinted 1971 by Rowman and Littlefield. Reviews: [47] Commentary: [48] [49] [50] [51] [52] [53]
  • Toomey, Alice F.  A World Bibliography of Bibliographies 1964 - 1974. Rowman and Littlefield. 1977. [54] Reviews: [55] [56]

Bibliographies of books about bibliography[edit | edit source]

  • Mullins, John Davis. Bibliography: or Books about Books, their Making, etc. 1884. [57]

History of bibliography[edit | edit source]

  • Tanselle, "Bibliographical History as a Field of Study" (1988) [58] (included in Essays in Bibliographical History)
  • Taylor, Archer, "The History of Bibliography" in Bluhm, Heins (ed). Essays in History and Literature: Presented by Fellows of the Newberry Library to Stanley Pargellis. Newberry Library. 1965. Pages 193 to 199. [59]
  • Marla Roberson, "A Brief History of Bibliographies" (2001) 15 Social Epistemology 5 [60]
  • Breslau and Folter. Bibliography: Its History and Development. Grolier Club. 1984. [61] Review: Koda (1987) 22 Journal of Library History 111 [62] Commentary: [63] [64] [65] [66]
  • Tanselle, George Thomas. Bibliographical Analysis: A Historical Introduction. Cambridge University Press. 2009. [67]
  • Tanselle, George Thomas. Essays in Bibliographical History. Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia. 2013. [68]
  • Schneider, Georg. Theory and History of Bibliography. Translated by Ralph Robert Shaw. (Columbia University Studies in Library Service, Number 1). Columbia University Press. 1934. Scarecrow Press. 1961. [69] Commentary: [70]
  • Harmon, Robert Bartlett. "Historical Survey". Elements of Bibliography: A Guide to Information Sources and Practical Applications. Third Edition. Scarecrow Press. 1998. Chapter 2. Page 23 et seq.
  • Besterman, Theodore. The Beginnings of Systematic Bibliography. 2nd Ed. Oxford University Press. 1935. B Franklin. 1968. [71]
  • Blum, Rudolf. Kallimachos: The Alexandrian Library and the Origins of Bibliography. Translated by Hans H Wellisch. University of Wisconsin Press. 1991. [72]
  • Hale, Barbara M. "The Development of Subject Bibliography". The Subject Bibliography of the Social Sciences and Humanities. (International Series of Monographs in Library and Information Science, Volume 12). Pergamon Press. 1970. Chapter 2. Pages 4 to 22.
  • Jasenas, Michael. A  History of the Bibliography of Philosophy. (Studien und Materialien zur Geschichte der Philosophie, Volume 14). Georg Olms. New York. 1973. [73]. History of the Development of the Bibliography of Philosophy. Columbia University. 1967. [74]
  • Rath, "Evolution of Systematic Bibliographies in India, 1849-1993" (2018) 34 Library & Information History 160 [75]
  • Ishanyan. Hay matenagitutyan patmutyun. 1964 to 1966. (Armenian). [76] [77]
  • "History of bibliography in China" in "National Bibliography of China: retrospect and prospect" (1986) International Cataloguing: Quarterly Bulletin of the IFLA Committee on Cataloguing, vols 15-16, p 5 [78]
  • Russia. 1837 to 1862, see [79]. 1907 to 1917, see [80]
  • Taylor, Archer. Catalogues of Rare Books: A Chapter in Bibliographical History. University of Kansas Libraries.1935. [81]
  • Klancher, Jon. "Wild bibliography: the rise and fall of book history in the nineteenth century". Transfiguring the Arts and Sciences: Knowledge and Cultural Institutions in the Romantic Age. Cambridge University Press. 2013. Chapter 3. Page 85 et seq.

Bibliographical histories of particular topics[edit | edit source]

There are a number of books whose title or sub-title is "a bibliographical history of such and such" or the like. Commentary on historical bibliography: [82]