(C) 150 Eighteen fifties [Not Subd Geog] [sp2009001871]
450 UF 1850s
450 UF 50s (Nineteenth century decade)
450 UF Fifties (Nineteenth century decade)
550 BT Nineteenth century
Really? They've just decided to establish this heading, based on Mr Darwin's Incredible Shrinking World? And shouldn't they, for convenience's sake, have RTs for its neighboring decades? I'm glad they have the UFs they do, though.
(C) 150 Fruit washers [May Subd Geog] [sp2009001465]
450 UF Washers, Fruit
550 BT Fruit—Machinery
Hmm. Suggested by Oregon State University, the warrants for what seems to me to be a new heading are all from the 1920s and 30s. (Tempting titles like The Oregon Fruit Washer, 1927, Partial List of Fruit and Vegetable Washers, 1936, The State College of Washington Experimental Fruit Washer, 1933, and Bean Models E & F Under-brush Flood Type Fruit Washers, 1935. Experimental fruit washer!)
* 150 Goddesses DELETE GEOG [sp 85055594]
150 Goddesses, Asian [Not Subd Geog] [sp2009001895]
450 UF Asian goddesses
150 Hawaiian goddesses [May Subd Geog] [sp2003005339]
* 450 UF Goddesses, Hawaiian
Why is the Hawaiian model different, I wonder?
150 Illegal aliens in literature [Not Subd Geog] [sp2009001797]
ILLEGAL ALIENS? Seriously?
150 Urban fiction [Not Subd Geog] [sp2009002078]
450 UF Gangsta fiction
450 UF Gangsta lit
450 UF Ghetto lit
450 UF Hip hop fiction
450 UF Street fiction
450 UF Street lit
550 BT Fiction
Uh, yeah. This term has been accepted in librarianship for how long? It first showed up in Library Journal in 2004. (Barbara Conaty. "Gotham Tragic." Review. Library Journal, February 1, 2004, 126.)
PS As always, I am irritated by how quickly the Library of Congress Authorities catalog times out.