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001 - CONTROL NUMBER

  • control field: 619498

003 - CONTROL NUMBER IDENTIFIER

  • control field: OSt

005 - DATE AND TIME OF LATEST TRANSACTION

  • control field: 20170516020244.0

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010 ## - LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CONTROL NUMBER

  • LC control number: sh2005020550

040 ## - CATALOGING SOURCE

  • Original cataloging agency: WaU
  • Language of cataloging: eng
  • Transcribing agency: DLC

150 ## - HEADING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Hobbits (Fictitious characters)

450 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Halflings (Fictitious characters : Tolkien)

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  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Holbytlan (Fictitious characters)

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  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Little People (Fictitious characters : Tolkien)

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  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Periannath (Fictitious characters)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Work cat.: Tolkien, J.R.R. The hobbit, or, There and back again, c1997.

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: The hobbit site, via WWW, July 25, 2005:
  • Information found: introd. (Hobbits in JRR Tolkien's books)

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  • Source citation: The encyclopedia of Arda, via WWW, July 25, 2005
  • Information found: (Hobbits, The Little People. Other Names: Halflings, Holbytlan, Little People, Periannath. A mortal race almost certainly related to Men, though their origins are unknown. Their most distinguishing feature was their short stature; even the tallest Hobbits rarely exceeded four feet in height. Originally a widespread people, hobbits were found in much of the north of Middle-earth and down the Vales of Anduin. As the Third Age passed, the Hobbits moved north and west, eventually founding the land of the Shire in III 1601.)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: OED online, July 25, 2005
  • Information found: (hobbit: In the tales of J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973): one of an imaginary people, a small variety of the human race, that gave themselves this name (meaning "hole-dweller") but were called by others halflings, since they were half the height of normal men)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Taylor, M. J.R.R. Tolkien's The hobbit, c1992.

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Stanton, Michael N. Hobbits, elves, and wizards, 2002.