Browsing a library's collection in person is one way to find books on subjects. Libraries using the Library of Congress classification system will have many general materials on cultural property and related topics located under the call numbers K3791 and CC135. Materials focusing on a specific jurisdiction will be located with the other legal materials for that jurisdiction. For example, materials focusing on the United States will largely be clustered in the KF4288-KF4310 call number range.
You can find what the abbreviations stand for here.
CC --- Archaeology
N --- Fine arts
|N 5300-7429 --- Art History|
|NA --- Architecture|
|NB --- Sculpture|
|NC --- Drawing. Design. Illustration|
|ND --- Painting|
|NE --- Print media|
|NK --- Decorative arts|
|NX --- Arts in general|
|TR --- Photography|
|TT --- Handicrafts, Arts and Crafts|
Libraries using the LOC classification system will also use LOC subject headings to help you identify all of the library's holdings on a particular topics. Some subject headings that may be useful include:
For a full list of subject headings that can relate to your specific area of interest, see the official Library of Congress Authorities. You can search with keywords or browse the entire list of subject headings.
It can be helpful to aggregate these sources in a favorites list to search across all of them at once.
Bloomberg Law Treatises
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