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NA The First letter of a Library of Congress call number indicates the general class the material falls within. The numbers that follow the letter define the subject of the material.
.C## The "cutter" number is the next set of numbers separated by a period. The cutter numbers indicate the author or title of the material.
2022 The year of a publication follows the cutter number to indicate the edition.
Check out the Library of Congress Classification Outline to understand the organization of the subjects and subsections in the stacks.
|A, B,||General, Philosophy, Psychology Religion|
|C, D, E, F||
Sciences of History, World History,
|E, F||History of Americas|
|G||Geography, Anthropology, Recreation|
|H, J, K||Social Sciences, Political Science, Law|
|L, M||Education and Music|
|N||Fine Art and Architecture|
|Q, R, S||Science, Medicine, Agriculture|
|T, TR||Technology, Photography|
|U, V, Z||Military Science, Naval Science, Library Science, Typography, and Book Art|