Portal:Bibliography and Library Science

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Bibliography and Library Science
This is the top-level portal for Class Z: Bibliography and Library Science.

Note that these subclasses diverge from the Library of Congress Classification more than other Wikisource portals; see Wikisource:Portal classification system adaptation for more information

Subclass ZA: Information resources

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Information resources covers information services, databases, and the internet, as well as specific formats and media.

Child portals: Audio recordingsFilm (Star Film CompanyUniversal NewsreelVan Beuren Studios)

Subclass ZB: Books

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Books covers the subject of books in general, including the history of books.

Subclass ZC: Writing

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Writing covers the how (from calligraphy and penmanship to type-writers and word-processors) and what (including shorthand and cryptography) of writing.

Subclass ZD: Paleography

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Paleography is the study of ancient writings.

Subclass ZE: Book industries and trade

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Book industries and trade covers the commercial aspects of bibliography and the practical processes of book creation.

Child portals: American Type FoundersLicense documents

Publishing companies: Alfred A. KnopfAmerican Book Co.Angus & RobertsonAscherberg, Hopwood & Crew, LimitedCambridge University PressCentury Co.Chappell Harms, Inc.Charles Scribner's SonsDodd, Mead & CompanyFrancis, Day & Hunter Ltd.Frederick A. Stokes & BrotherGinn & Co.G.P. Putnam's SonsHarvard University PressHeath & Co.J. W. ArrowsmithThe Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.Macmillan and CompanyMcLoughlin BrothersPortal:Oxford University PressP. J. Kennedy & SonsPater & KnaptonR. Shugg & Co.Religious Tract SocietySociety of SS. Peter and PaulTime Inc.Yale University Press

Subclass ZF: Libraries

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Libraries covers library and information science, their collections, buildings and administration.

Subclass ZG: Bibliography

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Bibliography covers lists of books and related theory and philosophy.

Child portals: Anonymous textsBanned books

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