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A card catalog is a list of the holdings of a library, printed, typed, or handwritten on catalog cards, each representing a single bibliographic item in the collection.  Catalog cards are normally filed in a single alphabetical sequence (dictionary catalog), or in separate sections by author, title, and subject (divided catalog), in the long narrow drawers of a specially designed wood filing cabinet.


A book publisher and author utilizes the Dewey Decimal System whereas a library may use the LC system.

  • This online Library collection specializes in rare and hard to find books and magazine articles and it uses it's own filing system below
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TITLE INDEX REFERENCE FILE

A-Z by Title

Coming Tribulation, Cecil J. Lowry (1943) [ref. #13.0]
Creation Bible [ref. #14.0]
Earth's Shifting Crust,Saturday Evening Post (Jan. 10, 1959)  [ref. #19.0]
Egg for a hot chick, Life (Oct.26,1953)  [ref. #16.1]
Energy Non-Crisis, Lindsey Williams (July 1980) [ref. #11.0]
Evolution of the Computer, Tomorrow's World (May 1971) [ref. #9.0]
History of the English Bible [ref. #0.2]
Holy Bible, King James Version  (1611) [ref. #0.0]
How did the Ark hold all those animals?, Tomorrow's World (May 1971)[ref. #9.0]
Keil & Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament (1866) [ref. #12.0]
Living Bible, Kenneth Taylor [ref. #1.0]
Mystery of the Frozen Mammoths, Coronet (September 1960)  [ref. #20.0]
New English Bible [ref. #3.0]
No truth to statement 'Dead men tell no tales', William Gildea (1977) [ref. # 16.0]




Additions are being made here from time to time and this library collection will always be small but noteworthy.

Can't find what you're looking for? Consult world catalog
https://www.worldcat.org
or library of congress
https://www.loc.gov
or internet archive
https://archive.org/index.php