Talk:World Archives Project: USHMM - Krakow, Poland, Applications for ID Cards for Jews during World War II (Part 5)
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What do you want done with the second page of the ID card? There is no name but there is a birth date. Key as ID card? Key as misc doc? Or make it a cover page? Thanks in advance. ~Rebecca 8/10/13
ID card on image was one whole "front" side [5,6,1]; next image was of one whole "back" side [2,3,4]. Other projects have forbidden us to assume that two sequential documents were about the same person unless the same name was on both. The image of the "back" side had no name, just birthdate and other info. What is the policy for this project? -- Mariel
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