World Archives Project: California, History of the Bench and Bar of Southern California, 1909

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About this project Historical and biographical information relating to the law in Southern California.

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Biographies
Front Matter
History
Obituaries

Biographies

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Given

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History

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The "Historical" section comprises about half of the book. The first page has "Bench and Bar of Southern California" as a title. The first sentence begins with "A history of the bench and bar of any community....". Subsequent pages has the word "Historical" at the top center of the page. Classify any images that look like this as "History."

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Prefix

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Given

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Surname

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If no specific surname is given for the father, assume he has the same surname as the primary person. Parents are often listed in the form of "son of John and Jane Smith." In this example, you would apply "Smith" as the surname for both the father and mother. The mother's maiden name is often listed in parentheses. For example, "son of John and Jane (Wood) Smith." In this case, key the maiden name, "Wood," as the mother's surname and "Smith" as the father's surname.
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If no specific surname is given for the mother, assume she has the same surname as the primary person. Parents are often listed in the form of "son of John and Jane Smith." In this example, you would apply "Smith" as the surname for both the father and mother. The mother's maiden name is often listed in parentheses. For example, "son of John and Jane (Wood) Smith." In this case, key the maiden name, "Wood," as the mother's surname and "Smith" as the father's surname.
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