OCLC Codes Search

For more information about how to use this search form, see the Notes section below the form.

Enter your search terms in only one or two fields. If you enter search terms in more than one field, any results you get will have to match what you entered in all of those fields. Because of this, consider beginning by searching on only one field.

Note: This database includes OCLC Codes. OCLC (The Ohio Consortium of Library Catalogues) has been incorporated into Worldcat since the library locations of many scores in this Index were collected. The OCLC codes are used here to save the time and space that would be needed to decode them. Many more libraries have contributed to the Worldcat, so you will want to search that web site (it is free) to find more locations if you want them. Worldcat does not use nearly as many codes as OCLC did, making it a much easier resource to use.





Notes on searching

This search engine is very basic: it will not correct for spelling errors.

Enter your search terms in only one or two fields. If you enter search terms in more than one field, any results you get will have to match what you entered in all of those fields. Be as accurate as possible in your spellings, Do not include any punctuation or quotation marks in your entries. If you get no results, reduce the number of fields in which you search.