World Archives Project: U.S., Guilford College Alumni Directory and Yearbooks, 1911-1937

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About this project This is a collection of Yearbooks and Alumni Directories from Guildford College.

Contents

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Project-specific sample images and form field help:

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Alumni Directory
Yearbook Page
Cover page, Section header, etc.
Image with no data

Alumni Directory

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Alumni Directory images are very name dense. and will have a heading that says "Guildford College Alumni Directory". Entries on Alumni Directory pages may contain information regarding the name of the primary individual, spouse name, and residence place.

Additional Image Samples

Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Dr", "Professor", or "Mr", as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you.


In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in concurrence of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs").

Example 1: "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lydia Winslow
  • Surname: White
  • Spouse Given: J Ward
  • Spouse Surname: Moffett
  • Residence City: North Wales
  • Residence State: PA

Example 2: "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lola
  • Surname: Stanley
  • Spouse Given: Uriah
  • Spouse Surname: Moore


Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assistance.

In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in concurrence of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs").

Example 1: "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lydia Winslow
  • Surname: White
  • Spouse Given: J Ward
  • Spouse Surname: Moffett
  • Residence City: North Wales
  • Residence State: PA

Example 2: "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lola
  • Surname: Stanley
  • Spouse Given: Uriah
  • Spouse Surname: Moore


Surname

Key the surname of the primary person as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you.

In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in concurrence of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs").

Example 1: "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lydia Winslow
  • Surname: White
  • Spouse Given: J Ward
  • Spouse Surname: Moffett
  • Residence City: North Wales
  • Residence State: PA
  • Residence State: PA

Example 2: "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lola
  • Surname: Stanley
  • Spouse Given: Uriah
  • Spouse Surname: Moore


Suffix

Key all titles, such as "Jr" or "III", following the surname of the primary person as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you. Do not key any jobs or degrees in the suffix field.

In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in concurrence of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs").

Example 1: "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lydia Winslow
  • Surname: White
  • Spouse Given: J Ward
  • Spouse Surname: Moffett
  • Residence City: North Wales
  • Residence State: PA

Example 2: "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lola
  • Surname: Stanley
  • Spouse Given: Uriah
  • Spouse Surname: Moore


Spouse Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the spouse of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you. Spouse name may follow the letter "m" (Ex.: "Moore, Ezra 1917 m Mallie Edwards")

In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in concurrence of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs").

Example 1: "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lydia Winslow
  • Surname: White
  • Spouse Given: J Ward
  • Spouse Surname: Moffett
  • Residence City: North Wales
  • Residence State: PA

Example 2: "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lola
  • Surname: Stanley
  • Spouse Given: Uriah
  • Spouse Surname: Moore


Spouse Surname

Key the surname of the spouse of the primary person as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you. Spouse name may follow the letter "m" (Ex.: "Moore, Ezra 1917 m Mallie Edwards")


In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in concurrence of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs").

Example 1: "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lydia Winslow
  • Surname: White
  • Spouse Given: J Ward
  • Spouse Surname: Moffett
  • Residence City: North Wales
  • Residence State: PA

Example 2: "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"

It should be keyed as:

  • Given: Lola
  • Surname: Stanley
  • Spouse Given: Uriah
  • Spouse Surname: Moore


Residence City

Key the residence city or town as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you.

Residence location may follow the letter "h" (Ex.: "Moore, Ezra 1917 h Lexingtion N C").


Residence State

Key the state of residence using the dictionary provided for assistance.

Keying Image Samples

Yearbook Page

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Yearbook pages will often contain photos and names.  Key name and residence places as they appear on the image.

Additional Image Samples

Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Dr", "Professor", "Mr" or "Mrs", as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you.

Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you.

Surname

Key the surname of the primary person as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you.

Suffix

Key all titles, such as "Jr" or "III", following the surname of the primary person as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you. Do not key any jobs or degrees in the suffix field.

Residence City

Key the residence city or town as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you.

The residence location will typically appear underneath or next to an individual's name. Not all individuals will have a residence location next to their name.


Residence State

Key the residence state as seen on the image using the dictionary provided to assist you.

The residence loaction will typically appear underneath or next to an individual's name. Not all individuals will have a residence location next to their name.

Keying Image Sample

Cover page, Section header, etc.



Use the “Cover page, Section header, etc” type for images that don’t contain any data, but might be interesting to look at because they provide some type of context for the image set. For instance, historical notes, affidavits, and so forth.

Additional Image Samples

Image with no data

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Use the “Image with no data” type for images that don’t contain any data or any useful context that might be interesting for someone to look at. For instance, an image containing only the blank background or an image with a microfilm target on it.

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