Talk:World Archives Project: USHMM - Krakow, Poland, Applications for ID Cards for Jews during World War II (Part 4)
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Extra Keying Helps
Common Keying Errors Found by Reviewers
There is a second page of the Ergänzungsbogen, which contains the signature of the primary person. No information will be keyed from this page. It is to be classified as "Cover Page." Some keyers are still keying this as a miscellaneous document. Please read instruction page under Ergänzungsbogen.
Questions and Answers
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Residence request question: Sometimes on a residence request, there is a handwritten number on the upper right-hand corner of the page. Some people have been keying this as the ID number. My understanding was that an ID number was only given when a request was accepted. So is it correct that if the request is denied, an ID number should not be keyed? ~Rebecca 6-17-2013
Ergaenzungsbogen question: When I was keying earlier Krakau projects and did see photos, the photos were of the primary person or RELATIVE. Some keyers are adding a NO to the Photo field for the HEAD person. Is it correct that a No should only be entered for the RELATIVE and not for the HEAD in the photo field? So basically when entering info for the HEAD, name, surname and relationship should only be keyed, correct? ~Rebecca 6-17-2013
Sometimes children's names are also on the Residence Request and some Miscellaneous documents. Sometimes the given name is only written. I have seen some keyers just assume that the children have the same last name of the primary person of the form. I have seen children have a different last name if their parents were married through religious ceremonies and not Civil marriages. Wouldn't it be considered inferred information if keyers key the same last name for the children if it is not written. Shouldn't the last name only be keyed if it is actually written? ~ Rebecca 6-17-2013
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