33.13.1.  Personal and corporate authors (fields 700 and 710)

Since the definition of a newspaper often excludes publications emanating from corporate bodies or personal authors, a newspaper record will rarely require a corporate body or personal name added entry (CCM 33.1).  Several 18th and 19th century papers were authored by noteworthy individuals and some special interest newspapers are issued by corporate bodies that are not solely newspaper publishers.  Records for Native American tribal newspapers also include the corporate name added entry for the tribe.  Include an added entry for the body or individual as instructed in CCM 4.8.  The AACR2 form of the name is entered according to instructions in chapters 22 and 24, or as found in the LC/NACO Authority File.

245 00 $a Win awenen nisitotung = $b He who understands.

246 31 $a He who understands

260 ## $a Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. : $b Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

710 2# $a Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.

33.13.2.  Editors (field 700)

AACR2 12.7B6 explains when to record a note (field 500 ) for editors "considered to be an important means of identifying the serial."  Added entries for editors are also input when the editor’s name would be more widely known than the newspaper.  (See CCM 33.12.4 for the record example.)

See also:

Module 33.  Newspapers