Cataloging with RDA
Creating Access Points for
Persons
Chapter 9
Chapter 8
Identifying Persons
General Guidelines on
Recording Attributes of
Persons, Families, and
Corporate Bodies
Part 1
Chapter 9
Identifying Persons
9.0 Purpose and Scope
This chapter provides general guidelines and
instructions on:
a) choosing preferred names for persons
b) recording preferred and variant names for
persons
c) recording other identifying attributes of
persons
d) constructing authorized access points
representing persons
e) constructing variant access points
representing persons.
Chapter 8
8.6 Authorized Access Points Representing
Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies
8.6 General Guidelines on Constructing
Authorized Access Points to Represent Persons
When constructing an authorized access point to
represent a person, use the preferred name for
the person (see 9.2.2) … as the basis for the
access point.
Chapter 9
Identifying Persons
9.2.2 Preferred Name for the Person
CORE ELEMENT
9.2.2.1 Scope
The preferred name for the person is the name or form of name chosen to
identify the person. It is also the basis for the authorized access point
representing that person.
9.2.2.2 Sources of Information
Determine the preferred name for a person from the following sources (in
order of preference):
a) the preferred sources of information … in resources associated with
the person
b) other formal statements appearing in resources associated with the
person
c) other sources (including reference sources).
9.2.2.3 Choosing the Preferred Name
When choosing the preferred name for the person, generally choose the
name by which the person is commonly known. The name chosen can be
the person’s real name, pseudonym, title of nobility, nickname, initials, or
other appellation.
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CHOICE OF NAME
RDA 9.2.2.3, 9.19.1.1
9.2.2.3 Choosing the Preferred Name
RDA Rule
When choosing the preferred name for the person, generally choose the name by
which the person is commonly known. [Use 9.19.1.1 for examples.]
Field 100 -- Main Entry—Personal Name
1st Indicator 1 -- Surname
Subfield a -- Personal name
020
MARC Documentation
0395377226
100 1 Carter, Jimmy, ‡d 1924- ‡e author.
Bibliographic
record
245 1 4
The blood of Abraham / ‡c Jimmy Carter.
264 □ 1
300
336
337
338
500
Boston : ‡b Houghton Mifflin Company, ‡c 1985.
xx, 257 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates : ‡b maps ; ‡c 24 cm
text ‡2 rdacontent
unmediated ‡2 rdamedia
volume ‡2 rdacarrier
Includes index.
Authority
record
100 1
400 1
510 1
510 1
Carter, Jimmy, ‡d 1924Carter, James Earl, ‡d 1924Georgia. ‡b Governor (1971-1975 : Carter)
United States. ‡b President (1977-1981 : Carter)
[The use of the “510” references assumes the library already has entries under those names in the catalog.]
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RDA 9.2.2.3
9.2.2.3 Name by which the person is commonly known
020
038524942X
100 1 Neuharth, Allen, ‡e author.
245 1 0 Confessions of an S.O.B. / ‡c Al Neuharth.
250
First edition.
264 □ 1 New York : ‡b Doubleday, ‡c 1989.
300
372 pages ; ‡c 24 cm
336
text ‡2 rdacontent
337
unmediated ‡2 rdamedia
338
volume ‡2 rdacarrier
500
Includes index.
Authority record
100 1 Neuharth, Allen
400 1 Neuharth, Al
[LC has determined that the name commonly used is Allen Neuharth]
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CAPTAIN PAUL KÖNIG
7
Cover
CAPTAIN PAUL KOENIG
RDA 8.5.4
8.5.4 Accents and Other Diacritical Marks
Record accents and other diacritical marks appearing in a name as they
appear in the source of information.
100 1 König, Paul, ‡e author.
245
264
300
336
337
338
1 0 Voyage of the Deutschland : ‡b the first
merchant submarine / ‡c by Captain Paul König.
□ 1 New York : ‡b Hearst's International
Library Co., ‡c 1916.
xii, 247 pages, 29 unnumbered pages of plates : ‡b
illustrations ; ‡c 20 cm
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Authority record
100 1
400 1
König, Paul
Koenig, Paul
[The author's name on cover and spine: Paul Koenig.]
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JANET E. LANE-CLAYPON, M.D., D.Sc.
10
RDA 8.5.5, 9.2.2.10
8.5.5
Hyphens. Retain a hyphen between given names if the hyphen is used
by the person.
9.2.2.10 Variant names. Record as variant names forms of the name using other
parts of the compound surname as the first element
100 1
245
264
300
336
337
338
504
Lane-Claypon, Janet E., ‡e author.
1 4 The child welfare movement /
‡c by Janet E. Lane-Claypon.
□ 1 London : ‡b G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., ‡c 1920.
xi, 341 pages : ‡b maps ; ‡c 19 cm
text ‡2 rdacontent
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volume ‡2 rdacarrier
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Authority record
100 1
400 1
Lane-Claypon, Janet E.
Claypon, Janet E. Lane-
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RDA 9.2.2.3
9.2.2.3 Choosing the Preferred Name
The name chosen can be the person’s real name, pseudonym, title of nobility,
nickname, initials, or other appellation.
020
0394530152
100 1
Le Carré, John, ‡d 1931- ‡e author.
245 1 0 Little drummer girl / ‡c John Le Carré.
250
First edition.
264 □ 1 New York : ‡b Knopf, ‡c 1983.
300
429 pages ; ‡c 24 cm
336
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337
unmediated ‡2 rdamedia
338
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1001
4001
4001
4001
Le Carré, John, ‡d 1931Cornwell, David John Moore, ‡d 1931LeCarré, John, ‡d 1931Carré, John Le, ‡d 1931-
[The author’s real name is David John Moore Cornwell.]
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Sandra Scoppettone
RDA 9.2.2.8
Individuals with More Than One Identity
If an individual has more than one identity, choose the name associated with
each identity as the preferred name for that identity.
...
If an individual uses his or her real name as well as one or more pseudonyms,
consider the individual to have more than one identity.
020
0316776467
100 1
Scoppettone, Sandra, ‡e author.
245
250
264
300
336
337
338
Everything you have is mine / ‡c Sandra Scoppettone.
First edition.
Boston : ‡b Little, Brown and Company, ‡c [1991].
261 pages ; ‡c 25 cm
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10
□1
100 1 Scoppettone, Sandra
500 1 Early, Jack
[Sandra Scoppettone has published 8 novels under her own name and 3 under the pseud. Jack Early.]
[The use of the "500" reference assumes the catalog has entries under Jack Early.]
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RDA 9.2.2.8
Individuals with More Than One Identity
If an individual has more than one identity, choose the name associated with each
identity as the preferred name for that identity.
...
If an individual uses his or her real name as well as one or more pseudonyms, consider
the individual to have more than one identity.
020
053109796X
100 1
Early, Jack, ‡e author.
245
264
300
336
337
338
1 0 Razzamatazz : ‡b a novel / ‡c by Jack Early.
□ 1 New York : ‡b F. Watts, ‡c 1985.
331 pages ; ‡c 24 cm
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Authority record
100 1
500 1
Early, Jack
Scoppettone, Sandra
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BERNARD SHAW
18
RDA 9.2.2.5.1
Fullness
If the forms of a person’s name vary in fullness, choose as the preferred name the
form most commonly found.
100 1
Shaw, Bernard, ‡d 1856-1950, ‡e author.
245 1 0 Everybody's political what's what? /
‡c by Bernard Shaw.
264 □ 1 New York : ‡b Dodd, Mead & Company, ‡c 1944.
300
viii, 380 pages : ‡b portraits ; ‡c 21 cm
336
text ‡2 rdacontent
337
unmediated ‡2 rdamedia
338
volume ‡2 rdacarrier
500
Includes index.
100 1 Shaw, Bernard, ‡d 1856-1950
4001 Shaw, George Bernard, ‡d 1856-1950
400 1 Shaw, G. B. ‡q (George Bernard), ‡d 1856-1950
[Full name: George Bernard Shaw]
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D. LLOYD GEORGE
20
RDA 9.2.2.10.1
Established Usage
Record as the first element the part of the compound surname by which the person
prefers to be listed. If this is unknown, record as the first element the part of the name
under which the person is listed in reference sources in the person’s language or
country of residence or activity.
100 1 Lloyd George, David, ‡d 1863-1945, ‡e author.
245
264
300
336
337
338
1 0 Coal and power : ‡b the report of an
enquiry presided over by the Right Hon. D. Lloyd George, O.M.,
M.P.
□ 1 London : ‡b Hodder and Stoughton, Limited, ‡c [1924]
xiv, 139 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : ‡b illustrations ;
‡c 18 cm
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1001 Lloyd George, David, ‡d 1863-1945
4000 Lloyd George, David Lloyd George, ‡c 1st Earl,
‡d 1863-1945
4001 George, David Lloyd, ‡d 1863-1945
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Mary Roberts
Rinehart
24
RDA 9.2.2.10.1
Established Usage
[See example for Harriet Beecher Stowe, who also used her maiden
name as her middle name and her husband’s surname as her surname
after marriage]
1001
245
264
300
336
337
338
Rinehart, Mary Roberts, ‡d 1876-1958,
‡e author.
1 4 The swimming pool / ‡c Mary Roberts Rinehart.
□ 1 New York : ‡b Rinehart & Company, Incorporated, ‡c [1952].
312 pages ; ‡c 22 cm
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Authority record
100 10 Rinehart, Mary Roberts, ‡d 1876-1958
[No reference is provided for Mary Roberts. She did not write under that name.]
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Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
28
RDA 9.2.2.9.5
Words, Etc., Indicating Relationship Following Surnames
For Portuguese surnames, record Filho, Junior, Neto, Netto, or Sobrinho as part of the
surname.
For languages other than Portuguese, record similar terms (e.g., Jr., Sr., fils, père) and
numbers (e.g., III) following the person’s given name or names, preceded by a comma.
100 1
245
264
300
336
337
338
504
100 1
400 1
400 1
Schlesinger, Arthur M., ‡c Jr.
‡q (Arthur Meier), ‡d 1917- ‡e author.
1 2 A thousand days : ‡b John F. Kennedy in the White
House / ‡c Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
□ 1 Boston : ‡b Houghton Mifflin Company, ‡c 1965.
xiv, 1087 pages ; ‡c 22 cm
text ‡2 rdacontent
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Schlesinger, Arthur M. ‡q (Arthur Meier), ‡c Jr.,
‡d 1917Schlesinger, Arthur, ‡d 1917Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, ‡d 1917-
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MAZO DE LA ROCHE
30
RDA 9.2.2.11.1, F.11.4
9.2.2.11.1 Articles and Prepositions
If a surname includes an article or preposition, or a combination of the two, record as the first
element the part most commonly used as the first element. Determine common usage by consulting
alphabetically arranged lists in the person's language or from the person's country of residence or
activity. See appendix F for additional guidance on recording such names in the following languages
and language groups: Afrikaans (see F.11.1) ... English (see F.11.4)
F.11.4 English
Record the prefix as the first element.
1001
De La Roche, Mazo, ‡d 1879-1961, ‡e author.
245
250
264
300
336
337
338
500
The building of Jalna / ‡c by Mazo De La Roche.
Whiteoak edition.
Boston : ‡b Little, Brown, and Company, ‡c 1944.
366 pages ; ‡c 19 cm
text ‡2 rdacontent
unmediated ‡2 rdamedia
volume ‡2 rdacarrier
"An Atlantic Monthly Press book."
1 4
□ 1
1001 De la Roche, Mazo, ‡d 1879-1961
4001 La Roche, Mazo de, ‡d 1879-1961
4001 Roche, Mazo de la, ‡d 1879-1961
[This author wrote in English]
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KLAUS VON BEYME
34
RDA 9.2.2.11.1, F.11.6
F.11.6 German
If the name is German and the prefix consists of an article or a contraction of an
article and a preposition, record the prefix as the first element...
For other German and Dutch names, record the part of the name following the prefix
as the first element. [See Example “Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von”]
020
0312004222
100 1
Beyme, Klaus von, ‡e author.
245
264
300
336
337
338
504
1 0 America as a model : ‡b the impact of
American democracy in the world /
‡c Klaus von Beyme.
□ 1 New York : ‡b St. Martin's Press, ‡c 1987.
137 pages ; ‡c 23 cm
text ‡2 rdacontent
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1001 Beyme, Klaus von
4001 Von Beyme, Klaus
[Although this particular work is in English, most of the author’s works are in German.]
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RDA 9.2.2.11.1, F.11.5
F.11.5 French
If the prefix consists of an article or of a contraction of an article and a preposition, record the prefix
as the first element. For other French names, record the part of the name following the preposition as
the first element.
020
0671211188
100 1
Gaulle, Charles de, ‡d 1890-1970, ‡e author.
245
10
264
300
336
337
338
500
500
□1
Memoirs of hope : ‡b renewal and endeavor / ‡c Charles
de Gaulle ; translated by Terence Kilmartin.
New York : ‡b Simon and Schuster, ‡c c1971.
392 pages : ‡b illustrations ; ‡c 23 cm
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First published in France under the title: Mémoires d’espoir.
Includes index.
100
400
400
510
1
1
1
1
Gaulle, Charles de, ‡d 1890-1970
De Gaulle, Charles, ‡d 1890-1970
Gaulle, Charles de, ‡c Pres. France, ‡d 1890-1970
France. ‡b President (1959-1969 : De Gaulle)
[Although this particular work is in English, de Gaulle’s works were written in French.]
[The use of the “510” reference assumes the library already has an entry under that name in the catalog.]
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Ch.-M des Granges
RDA 9.2.2.11.1, F.11.5
F.11.5 French
If the prefix consists of an article or of a contraction of an article and a preposition, record the prefix
as the first element. For other French names, record the part of the name following the preposition
as the first element.
100 1
Des Granges, Charles Marc, ‡d 1861‡e author
245
264
300
336
337
338
700
1 0 Histoire de la civilisation française des origines
à nos jours / ‡c par Ch.-M des Granges et
Oliver Towles, Ph.D.
□ 1 New York : ‡b Prentice-Hall, Inc., ‡c [1933].
xxi, 473 pages : ‡b illustrations, maps ; ‡c 21 cm
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1 □ Towles, Oliver, ‡e author.
100 1 Des Granges, Charles Marc, ‡d 1861400 1 Granges, Charles Marc Des, ‡d 1861[This author wrote in French.]
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