Russian printing to 1917 : [a catalogue of an exhibition in the University Library, Cambridge, 22 April to 29 June 1974]. (OCLC #2137460)
In standards prior to RDA, the publisher could be recorded in the shortest recognizable form. In the record for this piece (entered into OCLC in 1976), the creator and the publisher were recognized to be the same body, so the publisher was recorded very briefly as “The Library”, as it could be recognized from earlier on the card:
110 2_ ǂa Cambridge University Library. 245 10 ǂa Russian printing to 1917 : ǂb [a catalogue of an exhibition in the University Library, Cambridge, 22 April to 29 June 1974]. 260 [Cambridge] : ǂb [The Library], ǂc 1974.
Creators of this standard had no idea that this data would eventually all be uncoupled and the publisher separately indexed in a way that would make all similar “The Library”’s the same. A search for this publisher (or at least, a publisher described in this brief way) in my own catalog produced many different libraries, including the National Library of Singapore, the Enoch Pratt Free Library, and the Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library.