Identifying exhibition catalogues through Resource Library
(above: Edmund Ashe, Hunter with Mule, c. 1920, oil on masonite, 24 x 20 in. Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, South Carolina. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons)
In many of the thousands of articles and essays concerning museum exhibitions published in Resource Library, there are references to catalogues for the exhibitions. In 2013, searching solely within our domain and using the option "all these words" via Google advanced search, 2,590 Resource Library pages were retrieved for exhibition catalogue, 3,750 pages were retrieved for "this exact word or phrase" catalogue, and 650 pages were retrieved with "this exact word or phrase" exhibition catalogue.
For the above searches Traditional Fine Arts Organization, Inc (TFAO) chose Google advanced search.
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1. Resource Library usually uses the word exhibition rather than exhibit and the word catalogue instead of catalog.
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