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003 - CONTROL NUMBER IDENTIFIER

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005 - DATE AND TIME OF LATEST TRANSACTION

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010 ## - LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CONTROL NUMBER

  • LC control number: n 50012566

035 ## - SYSTEM CONTROL NUMBER

  • System control number: (OCoLC)oca00048053

040 ## - CATALOGING SOURCE

  • Original cataloging agency: DLC
  • Language of cataloging: eng
  • Description conventions: rda
  • Transcribing agency: DLC
  • Modifying agency: MoSR

046 ## - SPECIAL CODED DATES

  • Birth date: 1920
  • Death date: 20140614

100 1# - HEADING--PERSONAL NAME

  • Personal name: Slive, Seymour,
  • Dates associated with a name: 1920-2014

370 ## - ASSOCIATED PLACE

  • Place of birth: Chicago (Ill.)
  • Place of death: Cambridge (Mass.)
  • Source of term: naf

372 ## - FIELD OF ACTIVITY

  • Field of activity: Art--History
  • Field of activity: Art, Dutch
  • Source of term: lcsh

373 ## - ASSOCIATED GROUP

  • Associated group: Harvard University
  • Source of term: naf
  • Start period: 1954

373 ## - ASSOCIATED GROUP

  • Associated group: Fogg Art Museum
  • Source of term: naf

374 ## - OCCUPATION

  • Occupation: Art historians
  • Occupation: College teachers
  • Occupation: Art museum directors
  • Source of term: lcsh

375 ## - GENDER

  • Gender: male

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: His Dutch painting, 1953.

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Burlington magazine, August 2014:
  • Information found: pages 533-534 (Seymour Slive; born 1920 in Chicago, died June 14, 2014 in Cambridge, Mass., age 93; major figure in the study of Dutch art; on faculty of Harvard University beginning 1954, later director of Fogg Art Museum; publications include Rembrandt and his critics 1630-1730, Rembrandt drawings, and catalogues raisonnés of Frans Hals and Jacob van Ruisdael)