NACO: Location of Data Cited
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Location of data cited

In the work being cited first (usually the work being cataloged), give chief source information first.
Show the exact location in the item (e.g., t.p., jkt., label, container, title frame) of the information being cited.
For print materials the form "t.p." should be used for any chief source substitute (cover, caption, etc.) if you are cataloging from that source.
For multipart items, include the volume number(s) of the work from which the information is being cited.

    110 20 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.‡bPrint Dept.
    670 Catalogs of 30 years of prints, 1985- :‡bv. 1, t.p. (Print Department at the Museum of Fine Arts)

Use "etc." after a beginning page number to avoid citing more than one non-prominent location.

    110 20 Augustinerchorherrenstift Polling
    670 Die Tradition des Stiftes Polling, 1993- :‡bT. 1, p. 7 (Augustinerchorherrenstift Polling) p. 60, etc. (burned 4-14-1444; est. 4-14-1010)