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Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2021 16:34:04 -0400
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We here in Camden reorganized our non-fiction some years ago and have
worked out most of the glitches over the years.  Drop us a note if you are
interested in hearing more about what we did or if you have specific

Nikki Maounis
Camden Public Library

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Subject: [MELIBS-L] Dewey Re-classification

Hi All, I have been seeing more interest in re-doing Dewey and
genrefication in Maine public and school libraries lately. I just received
a chart from the cataloger at the Public Library of Brookline, MA laying
out how they have re-organized their 000s and 300s. I am happy to share
those PDFs with anyone interested.  Deb

Deborah A. Clark, MLIS
Library Management Specialist
Maine State Library
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