What does the shelfmark prefix 'Pam' mean?

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What does the shelfmark prefix 'Pam' mean?

Postby d67a9y » 01 Sep 2009, 09:36

The letters 'Pam' at the start of a shelfmark indicate that the item in question is a pamphlet, which could get lost or damaged on standard book shelves. In the Main library, pamphlets are kept in boxes on Level 1 in the West Wing. At Palace Green, pamphlets are housed in the same room as standard books of the same classmark.

For more information:

http://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/library/ ... COLOUR.pdf
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