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Genre and Physical Characteristics Terms
Used in the Online Catalog

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Textbooks.

Thanksgiving day addresses -- [date of Thanksgiving].
EXAMPLE: Thanksgiving day addresses -- 1788 Nov. 18.

Thanksgiving day proclamations -- [date of Thanksgiving].
EXAMPLE: Thanksgiving day proclamations -- 1794 Oct. 9.

Thanksgiving sermons -- [date of Thanksgiving].
EXAMPLE: Thanksgiving sermons -- 1799 Nov. 22.
Three-quarter bindings (Binding).
"As half bound, but with wider leather back and corners."--Carter, ABC. "The material extends almost to the corners on the sides, i.e., much more than in the case of a half binding."--Roberts & Etherington, Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books.

Trade catalogues -- [LCSH term].

Travel literature.

Travel literature -- Juvenile fiction.

Treaties.

Trompe l'oeil.
Used for illustrations that present an optical illusion. For example, a two dimensional image which appears three dimensional.
Tunebooks.
Used for music books with the following characteristics: introductory section on reading music; main content consisting of tunes in 3 or 4 parts; oblong format.
Turn-ins (Binding).
A turn-in is the extra length and width of the covering material overlapping the head, tail, and fore edges of the cover. AAS uses the term only when the overlapping material is different from that covering the flat surfaces of the boards.

Type specimens.

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Last updated December 2, 2002