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US MARC: United States Machine Readable Cataloguing

United States Machine Readable Cataloguing (US MARC) is a set of standards for the representation and communication of bibliographic data and related information in machine-readable format, originally developed and maintained for use in the United States by the Library of Congress. US MARC superseded in 1999 by MARC 21.

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