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To be used when a work is falsely attributed.
The person responsible for the creation of the work.
Indicates the person running the firm that sold the work. This role is included if the firm is female-run.
The person who selected the works contained within a text. Usually applies to anthologies and collections.
The person responsible for the composition of music, most often in a play or psalm.
A person who contributed to a work in some way. Used when no more specific term was supplied.
The person who is identified in the Copyright Statement as owning the copyright. This data has come from the American Antiquarian Society catalogue; titles published outside of the United States usually do not indicate the copyright holder.
The person who selected, revised, and arranged the work for print.
The person responsible for turning an illustration into an engraving.
The person who created the image from which any engravings were created. Usually different than the Engraver.
The person who composed the introduction or any prefatory material for the work. Must be a different person than the author.
Indicates the person running the firm that printed the work. This role is included if the firm is female-run.
Indicates the person running the firm for whom the work was printed. This role is included if the firm is female-run.
The person who is responsible for translating the text from one language to another.