|An item printed solely as a means of advertising a product or service, but not an event (See Programs).
|Forms that have been printed blank, which may or may not have been filled in; the document was typically meant to be returned to the publisher (e.g., subscription lists, petitions).
|Single-sheet notices or announcements printed on one or both sides, intended to be read unfolded.
|Simple or descriptive list.
|Objects with physical evidence suggesting extraction from a larger entity (e.g., books, newspapers).
|Unbound volumes with fewer than five pages.
|Items printed solely for use as menus (i.e., a program that includes a dinner's bill of fare has been called a program, not a menu).
|Published, non-serial volumes with no cover or with a paper cover; usually five or more pages and fewer than 49.
|Printed matter of a more general nature, not readily fitting into any other category.
|Official or general notices in which the word "proclamation" is used in the heading.
|Lists of the events, pieces, performers, speakers, etc., of an entertainment, ceremony, or the like.
|Items printed solely for use as timetables (e.g., train schedules).