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27 May 2014

Check for It All?

When making copies or images of records, newspaper items, etc. do you always make certain you have the entire item as you are making the copy? It may seem like a waste of time to check, but you don't want to realize days later that you left off the last three lines of a newspaper clipping or accidentally cropped off the right hand edge of a document.

1 comment:

  1. Recently, I saw a man in the archives making a copy of only ONE card from his ancestor's Confederate service record. That was sufficient for him, but no telling what he missed by not reading the whole file.