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When I am searching OCLC holdings from ILLiad, I see a column header of L with different letters under it and I am not sure what they mean?

  • You want to know what the Column header L is used for and what the letters below it mean
Applies to
  • ILLiad 

Column L indicates a one-character code identifying a designated library or program. Examples include: D - Library of Congress (LC), P - Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC), M - National Library of Medicine (NLM), G - U. S. Government Printing Office, A - National Agricultural Library, U - British Library, C - National Library of Canada, T - National Central Library of Taiwan.

For more information, refer to the Searching & Sending Requests: Searching OCLC documentation under the Search Results section.

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