Talk:World Archives Project: USHMM - Krakow, Poland, Applications for ID Cards for Jews during World War II (Part 6)
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I am not sure when to use "Index" or "Miscellaneous". Some are obvious lists and I use "Index". Others are more letter style but have a list of names in them. Which is correct? Patricia 18 Dec 2013 I got a reply from Support: Thank you for contacting Ancestry.com in regards to using "index" or "miscellaneous". After reviewing the project guide, I believe that "Miscellaneous" is the proper choice. 19 Dec 2013
Hi. For the first time ever I got a "need improvement" mark; I don't understand what I am doing wrong. Can one of the arbitrators get back to me on this please? thank you. Feb 25, 2014 (This is Rosibal65. I don't know where the forum went here :)
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