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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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
or library of congress
or internet archive