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15 June 2013

Even Record Books Can Have a Preface

Printed books are not the only ones that can have prefatory material. Handwritten record books in the courthouse may also have prefatory material indicating whether a separate index exists or if the record book is really a copy of an original record book that was falling apart. And a handwritten copy of the original book can always contain the occasional error.

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