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001 - CONTROL NUMBER

    control field: 4

003 - CONTROL NUMBER IDENTIFIER

    control field: DLC

005 - DATE AND TIME OF LATEST TRANSACTION

    control field: 20140518162401.0

008 - FIXED-LENGTH DATA ELEMENTS

    fixed length control field: 800312n| azannaabn |b aaa

010 ## - LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CONTROL NUMBER

    LC control number: n 50002729

035 ## - SYSTEM CONTROL NUMBER

    System control number: (OCoLC)oca00038362

040 ## - CATALOGING SOURCE

    Original cataloging agency: DLC

    Language of cataloging: eng

    Description conventions: rda

    Transcribing agency: DLC

    Modifying agency: DLC

    Modifying agency: OCoLC

    Modifying agency: DLC

    Modifying agency: DLC

    Modifying agency: InU

    Modifying agency: IEN

    Modifying agency: DLC

    Modifying agency: BSSC

046 ## - SPECIAL CODED DATES

    Birth date: 19180511

    Death date: 19880215

100 1# - HEADING--PERSONAL NAME

    Personal name: Feynman, Richard P.

    Fuller form of name: (Richard Phillips),

    Dates associated with a name: 1918-1988

370 ## - ASSOCIATED PLACE

    Place of birth: New York (N.Y.)

    Place of death: Los Angeles (Calif.)

    Source of term: naf

373 ## - ASSOCIATED GROUP

    Associated group: Manhattan Project (U.S.)

    Source of term: naf

374 ## - OCCUPATION

    Occupation: Physicists

    Occupation: College teachers

    Source of term: lcsh

375 ## - GENDER

    Gender: male

400 1# - SEE FROM TRACING--PERSONAL NAME

    Personal name: Feynman, Richard Phillips,

    Dates associated with a name: 1918-1988

400 1# - SEE FROM TRACING--PERSONAL NAME

    Personal name: Feĭnman, Richard P.,

    Dates associated with a name: 1918-1988

400 1# - SEE FROM TRACING--PERSONAL NAME

    Personal name: Feynman, R. P.

    Fuller form of name: (Richard Phillips),

    Dates associated with a name: 1918-1988

400 1# - SEE FROM TRACING--PERSONAL NAME

    Personal name: פינמן, ריצ'רד פיליפס. ‬

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: The principle of least action in quantum mechanics, 1952.

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: LCCN 64-25171: His Quantum mechanics and path integrals, 1965

    Information found: (hdg.: Feynman, Richard Phillips; usage: R.P. Feynman)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: "Surely you're joking, Mr. Feynman," 1984, c1985:

    Information found: CIP t.p. (Richard P. Feynman)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: What do you care what ... 1989, c1988:

    Information found: CIP t.p. (Richard P. Feynman) jacket (d. Feb. 15, 1988)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: What do you care what other people think? 1988:

    Information found: t.p. (Richard P. Feynman) p. 8 (d. 1988)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: The Feynman lectures on physics, c1989:

    Information found: CIP t.p. (Richard Feynman)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: QED: the strange theory of light and matter, 2006:

    Information found: t.p. (Richard P. Feynman) p. 4 of cover (1918-1988)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: Nobel Foundation's WWW site, Nobelprize.org, viewed July 22, 2013 (Richard P. Feynman; Born 11 May 1918, New York, NY, USA ; Died 15 February 1988, Los Angeles, CA, USA)

    Uniform Resource Identifier: http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1965/feynman-facts.html

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: Biog. resource center (Contemp. authors), June 29, 2010

    Information found: (Richard Phillips Feynman; b. May 11, 1918, New York, N.Y.; d. Feb. 15, 1988, Los Angeles, Calif.; Princeton University, Ph. D., 1942; California Institute of Technology, Tolman Professor of theoretical physics, 1951-88)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

    Source citation: Wikipedia, April 30, 2014

    Information found: (Richard Phillips Feynman; born May 11, 1918; died February 15, 1988; theoretical physicist known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics, and the physics of the superfluidity of supercooled liquid helium, as well as in particle physics. Jointly with Julian Schwinger and Sin-Itiro Tomonaga, he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965. He assisted in the development of the atomic bomb during World War II and became known to a wide public in the 1980s as a member of the Rogers Commission, the panel that investigated the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster. His sister is astrophysicist Joan Feynman)