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Use for: Curiosa and miscellanea, Miscellaneous aspects

  • Use as a topical subdivision under subjects for works about miscellaneous or special aspects of those subjects for which no other subdivision exists or can be established and yet, because of their unusual nature, cannot be treated as general works on those subjects.
Interior decoration

Use for: Decoration, interior

  • The discipline focused on selecting and organizing the surface coverings, draperies, furniture, and furnishings of architectural interiors, usually of existing spaces.

Use for: Animal kingdom, Beasts, Fauna, Native animals, Native fauna, Wild animals, Wildlife


Use for: Conference, Congresses, Conventions

  • Meetings of two or more people for discussing matters of common concern, usually a formal or public exchange of views.

Use for: Periodical

  • Publications issued at regular intervals, but not daily, containing articles on various subjects by different authors for the general reader.

Use for: Babies, Infancy

  • Here are entered works on children from birth through two years of age.

Use for: singer, singer's, singers', vocalist, vocalists

  • People who perform vocal music.
Musicians (1)

Use for: Musician, Musicians', Musician's

  • Those skilled or specializing in the art or practice of music, such as composers, conductors, and performers.

Use for: Christmases, Mass of Christ, Christ's mass, Yule (Christmas)

  • Refers to the Christian feast and festival observed on December 25 to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Its observance is first documented in Rome in 336. The practice of celebrating on December 25 began in the 4th century in the Western church as a Christian replacement for the pagan festival held on the winter solstice to celebrate the birth of the unconquered sun. The East originally gave the date of January 6 for the nativity but the date of December 25 was generally accepted by the 5th century; the Armenian Church, however, still celebrates on January 6. Christmas took on the festivity (i.e. decorations and gift-giving) of the Roman Saturnalia and other pagan festivals of that time of year. Christmas has continued to accumulate traditions over the centuries; many of the customs associated with the holiday are of non-Christian origin. Evergreens, for example, are symbols of survival and have been associated with Christmas ever since the European Middle Ages. Christmas is traditionally regarded as a festival of the family and of children. In many countries presents are exchanged in the name of or in the spirit of the holiday's patron, Saint Nicholas, or Santa Claus.

Use for: Automobile, Autocars, Cars (automobiles), Gasoline automobiles, Horseless carriages, Motor-cars, Motorcars, Passenger cars (automobiles)

  • Self-propelled vehicles designed primarily to transport passengers over ordinary roads.

Use for: Photography--Yearbooks


Use for: Equus caballus, Farriery, Hippology, Horse


Use for: Beach

  • Shores comprised of an accumulation of sediment, such as sand or pebbles, along the edge of a sea or lake, and formed by coastal processes such as waves and tides.

Use for: Proposal

  • Includes offers by one person or organization to another of terms and conditions with reference to some work or undertaking and plans or schemes put forward for consideration, discussion, or adoption.
Vernacular photography
  • Here are entered works on amateur or anonymous photography that takes everyday life and objects as its subject.

Use for: Art music, Art music, Western, Classical music, Musical compositions, Musical works, Serious music, Western art music, Western music (Western countries)

Publications (documents)

Use for: Publications (document)

  • Documents distributed to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending.
Medical laboratories 1
Aerospace Engineering

Use for: engineering, aerospace

  • Branch of engineering that deals with the design, development, testing, and production of aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, rocket propulsion systems, and other equipment operating both within and beyond the earth's atmosphere.
Portrait X

Use for: Need to merge with Portraits

Portraits (1)

Use for: Portrait, Portraiture

  • Representations of real individuals that are intended to capture a known or supposed likeness, usually including the face of the person. For representations intended to be anonymous, or of fictional or mythological characters, see "figures (representations)."
Group portraits X

Use for: Group portraits, Portrait groups, Group portrait

  • Portraits depicting two or more individuals.

Use for: Edifices, Halls, Structures

  • Here are entered general works on structures or edifices. Works on the design and style of structures are entered under [Architecture.] Works on the process of construction are entered under [Building.]

Use for: Scrapbook, Album, scrap, Scrap Albums, Scrap-books

  • Blank books or albums designed so that a variety of items may be affixed to the pages, including photographs, clippings, and other memorabilia.
Photography--Equipment and supplies (2)

Use for: Photographic equipment, Photographic supplies, Photography--Apparatus and supplies


Use for: Films, Photographic film

Photographic chemicals

Use for: Chemicals, Photographic


Use for: Advertising, Pictorial, Picture posters


Use for: Darkroom technique in photography, Photographic processing, Photography-Darkroom technique, Processing, Photographic

Boats and boating

Use for: Boat handling, Boats, Boating, Boats, Primitive, Boats and boating--Recreational use, Pleasure boating, Recreation boating, Recreational boating, Recreational boats, Watercraft


Use for: News-letters

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Houses (8)

Use for: House

  • Individual dwellings designed to be occupied by a single tenant or family. May also refer to a building for human occupation, for some purpose other than that of an ordinary dwelling; with this usage,
Row houses

Use for: row house, dwellings, row, houses, row, row dwellings, row housing

  • Urban dwellings attached in a series of three or more. For individual freestanding urban dwellings use
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town houses

Use for: town house, houses, town, houses, urban, townhouses, urban houses

  • Use only for individual freestanding urban dwellings. For attached urban dwellings each having its own private entrance, use
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Dwellings (12)
  • Accommodations designed or adapted for residential occupancy, usually but not always intended for human occupancy rather than for animals. For hotels or other buildings intended for use by transients see
multiple dwellings (2)

Use for: multiple dwelling, dwellings, multiple, multiple-unit dwellings

  • Dwellings containing two or more complete residential units, each usually occupied by separate households.

Use for: Blue-prints, Cyanotypes

Engineering drawings

Use for: Technical drawings

World War, 1939-1945

Use for: European War, 1939-1945, Second World War, 1939-1945, World War 2, 1939-1945, World War Two, 1939-1945, WW II (World War, 1939-1945), WWII (World War, 1939-1945), World War II, 1939-1945

Civil engineering

Use for: Engineering, civil

  • Branch of engineering concerned primarily with public works such as highways, bridges, waterways, harbors, and water supply systems, but also private enterprises such as land drainage and railroad building

Use for: Opera-houses, Playhouses (Theaters), Theatres

  • Here are entered works on facilities used to stage drama. Works on drama as a literary form are entered under [Drama.] Works on drama as acted on the stage are entered under [Theater.]
Flash equipment
  • Equipment used to provide a brief flash of light on a subject in order to photograph it.
Hotel management

Use for: Hotel administration, Hotels--Management

Stereographs (4)

Use for: Stereograms, Stereoviews, Stereo photographs, Stereograms, Stereograph, Card stereographs, Stereo cards, Stereocards

  • Refers to the most popular and common form of stereoscopic photographs, which are double photographs of the same image taken from two slightly different perspectives. Stereographs are distinctive among other stereoscopic photographs because they are photographic prints mounted on cards, while other types could be daguerreotypes, negatives, or unmounted prints. From 1856 they were produced with twin-lens cameras, creating a three dimensional effect when viewed through a stereoscope. Stereographs were especially popular during the Victorian period.
half stereographs

Use for: half stereograph, stereographs, half, half stereos, one-half stereographs

  • Photographs originally taken as one of a pair of stereoscopic photographs but then printed or mounted as a single image.
tissue stereographs

Use for: tissue stereographs


Use for: anaglyph

  • Stereoscopic photographs in which the two images are in contrasting colors and produce a three-dimensional effect when viewed through colored filters.
parallax stereograms

Use for: parallax stereographs


Use for: Canis canis, Canis domesticus, Canis familiarus, Canis familiarus domesticus, Canis lupus familiarus, Dog, Domestic dog

College campuses

Use for: Campuses, College, University campuses

Brownie camera 120
Photography--Equipment and supplies--Catalogs 120
Commercial portraiture

Use for: Portrait photography, Portraiture, commercial, Professional portrait photography, Studio portraiture

Photography (process) (1)

Use for: Photographic

  • The art or process of making photographs, which are pictures produced by means of the chemical action of light on a sensitive film, glass, paper, metal, or by digital means.
Electrical engineering

Use for: Electric engineering, Engineering, electric, Engineering, electrical

  • Branch of engineering that deals with the practical application of electricity, especially with the design and construction of electrical devices, the transmission of electrical power, and communication devices.

Use for: Free time, Leisure time

  • Freedom from work or other obligatory activities.

Use for: Couple

  • Groups comprising two people united by love, marriage, betrothal, or sexual union. To specify people joined by marriage, use

Use for: Laborers, Personnel, Workers

Clubs 4
Sound recordings

Use for: Audio discs, Audio recordings, Audiorecordings, Discs, Audio, Discs, Sound, Phonodiscs, Phonograph records, Phonorecords, Recordings, Audio, Recordinds, Sound, Records, Phonograph, Records, Sound, Sound discs

  • Here are entered works on all types of media used for the recording of sound including cylinders, analog discs, digital discs, films, tapes, and wires, as well as works about analog discs alone.

Use for: Drama--Philosophy, Drama, Modern, Dramas, Dramatic works, Plays, Playscripts, Stage

  • Here are entered works on drama as a literary form. Works on drama as acted on the stage are entered under [Theater.] Works on facilities used to stage drama are entered under [Theaters.]
Universities and colleges--Faculty

Use for: College faculty, Faculty, College, Faculty, University, University faculty

Home economics

Use for: Domestic economy, Domestic science, Family and consumer science, Household management, Household science

Motion-picture cameras

Use for: Motion-picture camera, Motion picutre camera

  • Cameras adapted to make rapid exposure of moving objects on a strip of film.

Use for: Consumer goods--Marketing, Domestic marketing, Retail marketing, Retail trade--Marketing

  • Any forms of addressed and written communication sent and received, including letters, postcards, memorandums, notes, telegrams, or cables.

Use for: Journalistic

  • Communications field concerned with the collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary through the mass media, both print and electronic.
Instant cameras

Use for: Instant camera, Cameras, instant, Polaroid camera, Polaroid cameras

35mm cameras

Use for: 35 mm cameras, Thirty-five millimeter cameras, cameras, thirty-five millimeter, cameras, 35mm, 35mm camera

  • Cameras of varied form designed to shoot images on frames of strip film 35mm wide.
stereoscopic cameras

Use for: double-lens cameras, twin-lens cameras, stereo cameras

rangefinder cameras

Use for: rangefinder camera, rangefinders (cameras)

  • Cameras that focus by means of a coupled or un-coupled rangefinder device. Though many cameras may be fitted with a rangefinder including some press or view cameras, this term is most commonly used to refer to cameras that rely solely on the rangefinder for composing and focusing, rather than a through-the-lens reflex system.
Cameras (photographic equipment) (12)

Use for: Camera

  • Lightproof boxes fitted with a lens through the aperture of which the image of an object is recorded on light-sensitive material such as film, or transformed into electrical impulses for direct transmission or for video recording.
digital cameras

Use for: digital cameras, cameras, digital

panoramic cameras

Use for: panoramic camera, cameras, circuit, cameras, cirkut, circuit cameras, cirkut cameras, cameras, panoramic

  • Cameras with a special horizontally scanning lens which rotates about its rear nodal point. It produces an image on a curved plate or film and can cover a very wide angle of view.
box cameras

Use for: box camera

press cameras

Use for: press camera, camera, press

advanced photo system

Use for: APS

  • Advanced Photo System (APS) is a discontinued film format for still photography first produced in 1996. It was marketed by Eastman Kodak under the brand name Advantix, by FujiFilm under the name Nexia, by Agfa under the name Futura and by Konica as Centuria.
folding cameras

Use for: folding camera, cameras, folding

view cameras (1)

Use for: view camera, cameras, field, cameras, view, cameras, flatbed, field cameras, flatbed cameras , technical cameras

Photography--Information resources 205
Newspaper 2
Photographic apparatus 49
Advertising (2)
  • Public presentation of or calling attention to a product, service, event, or idea, that is openly paid for by an identified entity. Media for advertising include print and online publications, posters, television, and other media.

Use for: Architecture, Western (Western countries), Building design, Buildings--Design and construction, Construction, Western architecture (Western countries)

  • Here are entered works on the design and style of structures. Works on the process of construction are entered under [Building.] General works on structures or edifices are entered under [Buildings.] This heading is subdivided by place for works on architecture indigenous to the place named, e.g. [Architecture--United States.] The heading is qualified by a national qualifier for works on architecture of the type named in the qualifier but located in other places, e.g. [Architecture, American--India.]
History (discipline)

Use for: historical, history

  • Discipline that studies the chronological record of events, such as affecting a nation, community, individual, object, or place, based on a critical examination of source materials and usually presenting an explanation of their causes.
Families (1)

Use for: Family, Families--Social aspects, Families--Social conditions, Family life, Family relationships, Family structure, Relationships, Family, Structure, Family

  • Here are entered works on the sociological concept and structure of families as well as works on the everyday life, interactions, and relationships of family members.

Use for: Childhood, Kids (Children), Pedology (Child Study), Youngsters

  • Here are entered works on people from birth through twelve years of age.
Special Events

Use for: Events, Special


Use for: Basket-ball

Athletics 9
stereoscopic photographs (5)
  • Refers to double pictures of the same scene that produce the effect of three dimensionality when viewed through a stereoscope. They were first envisioned in 1832 by the English physicist Charles Wheatstone, who described this as a uniquely photographic art form, since a draftsman could not draw two scenes in exact perspective from viewpoints separated only 2 1/2 inches, which is the normal distance between human eyes necessary for the three-dimensional effect. Wheatstone's mirror stereoscope was not practical for use with photographs, and the invention was not popular until the 1850s, when Sir David Brewster, a Scottish scientist, designed a simpler viewing instrument. The introduction of the collodion process, which simplified exposure and printing techniques, allowed three-dimensional photographs to become a popular craze. They may be daguerreotypes, negatives, or other forms of photographs. For images in the form of photographic prints on cards, use the more specific term
aerial photographs

Use for: aerial photograph , air photographs, air photos, airphotos, photographs, aerial

  • Photographs of the earth taken from aircraft. For photographs taken from beyond the earth's atmosphere, use
Photographs (8)
  • Refers to still images produced from radiation-sensitive materials (sensitive to light, electron beams, or nuclear radiation), generally by means of the chemical action of light on a sensitive film, paper, glass, or metal. Photographs may be positive or negative, opaque or transparent. The concept does not include reproductive prints of documents and technical drawings, for which descriptors found under
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