Talk:World Archives Project: West Yorkshire, England, School Records, 1855-1914

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Q:  When there are two names on one image (one on the left side/one on the right side), do we key each name in a separate section or continue in list form?
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Q:  When there are two names on one image (one on the left side/one on the right side), do we key each name in a separate section or continue in list form?<br>
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:'''A:''' In cases where you have more than one name on the image you continue to key in the same section on the next record.
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  Q: When there are two names on one image (one on the left side/one on the right side), do we key each name in a separate section or continue in list form?

A: In cases where you have more than one name on the image you continue to key in the same section on the next record.

Suggestions/Additions

  If you have a suggestion or would like to make an addition to the project page, click “EDIT” and post your suggestion here. (If you click on Rich Editor you won't have to worry about formatting your entry.) Then click “WATCH” at the top right on this page and you will be notified via email when an update has been made.

1914 form

 If the event date is actually 1914 do we use the post 1914 form or the standard form for keying?

A: Any record with a 1914 date should be classified as a Post 1914 form type.
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