Talk:World Archives Project: West Yorkshire, England, School Records, 1855-1914
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Q: When there are two names on one image (one on the left side/one on the right side), do we key each name in a separate section or continue in list form?
- A: In cases where you have more than one name on the image you continue to key in the same section on the next record.
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If the event date is actually 1914 do we use the post 1914 form or the standard form for keying?
- A: Any record with a 1914 date should be classified as a Post 1914 form type.