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Q. How do I find the Library of Congress Catalog Number for a journal?
Answered By: Ann Moriarty Last Updated: Aug 19, 2016 Views: 67
Like most universities Regent doesn't use the Library of Congress cataloging (LCC) number to keep track of our journals. But you can find the number by searching for the title in the Library of Congress' online catalog.
If you are unable to find the title through the online catalog (probably because you are searching for a foreign title), then it hasn't been cataloged by the Library of Congress. However, you may be able to find an LCC record in Princeton Theological Seminary's online catalog. You may want to include a not to your professor indicating that the title had no record in LOC's catalog and that this record comes from Princeton Theological Seminary.
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