Author: Library of Congress Descriptive Cataloging Division,Paul Maher
Language: English Hebrew Yiddish
Publisher: Library of Congress (December 1, 1987)
Category: Social Sciences
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I. Library of Congress. 5. Hebrew and yiddish romanization
I. Hebrew and yiddish romanization. The ALA/LC Hebraica Romanization Tables. The vowels are supplied on a Ianguage-specific basis. ALA/LC romanization assumes a close familiarity with the general principles of supplying vowels for unpointed Hebrew texts.
Until March 1948 the ALA/LC Hebraica romanization table was based on German spelling, a practice which appears to go back to Cutter's recommendation to use the Jewish Encyclopedia of 1901-1905 as the basis for Hebrew romanization1.
English text with some Hebrew and Yiddish. iṭlug ṿe romanizatsyah.
Physical description. English text with some Hebrew and Yiddish.
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Prepared by Isamu Tsuchitani. Library of Congress, 2006. Melody Busse Lembke, Rhonda K. Lawrence.
This will be referred to as HCM2. Vocalization in Even-Shoshan. Such supplied information should be omitted in corresponding 880 fields.
Until 2011 the Judaica collection in Hebrew and Yiddish of the University . Library of Congress: ALA-LC Romanization Tables.
Until 2011 the Judaica collection in Hebrew and Yiddish of the University Library J. C. Senckenberg were catalogued with transcription only. The aim of this work is to develop an open-source system to aid in the automatic conversion of Hebrew transcription back into Hebrew script, using a multi-faceted approach.
OCLC published the following announcement in December 2008: The National Library of Israel and OCLC have completed a pilot project that has resulted in the addition of more than 788,000 new bibliographic records and . million holdings from the national library to WorldCat. The successful completion of this project was the result of a number of policy decisions and technological developments.
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