Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Aug 02, 2018 Views: 14
LC is an alpha-numeric library classification system developed by the Library of Congress that establishes the order of books on the shelf by subject heading (topic). Most academic libraries use this numbering system. Most public libraries use the Dewey Decimal system. An updated list of the major Library of Congress (LC) classification headings and subheadings can be found on LOC.gov.
In our library Books classified A-BT are in Basement A. Books classified BV- ZZ are located in Basement B.