World Archives Project: U.S., Guilford College Alumni Directory and Yearbooks, 1911-1937

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About this project This is a collection of Yearbooks and Alumni Directories from Guildford College.

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Alumni Directory
Yearbook Page
Cover page, Section header, etc.
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Alumni Directory

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Alumni Directory images are very name dense. and will have a heading that says "Guildford College Alumni Directory". Entries on Alumni Directory pages may contain information regarding the name of the primary individual, spouse name, and residence place.

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Prefix

Key any titles before the Given name, such as "Dr", "Rev", or "Mr", using a dictionary if provided for assistance. If a prefix does not appear in a dictionary then key the prefix as seen. In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in occurances of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs".Example 1: If the entry reads "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"It should be keyed as:Given: Lydia WinslowSurname: WhiteSpouse Given: J WardSpouse Surname: MoffettResidence City: North WalesResidence State: PAExample 2: If the entry reads "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"It should be keyed as:Given: LolaSurname: StanleySpouse Given: UriahSpouse Surname: Moore

Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person to whom the record pertains using the dictionary provided for assistance. If a name does not appear in the dictionary then key the name as seen.In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in occurances of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs".Example 1: If the entry reads "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"It should be keyed as:Given: Lydia WinslowSurname: WhiteSpouse Given: J WardSpouse Surname: MoffettResidence City: North WalesResidence State: PAExample 2: If the entry reads "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"It should be keyed as:Given: LolaSurname: StanleySpouse Given: UriahSpouse Surname: Moore

Surname

The Surname is the last name of the primary person to whom the record applies. Key the Surname using the dictionary provided for assistance. If the surname does not appear in the dictionary then key the surname as seen.In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in occurances of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs".Example 1: If the entry reads "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"It should be keyed as:Given: Lydia WinslowSurname: WhiteSpouse Given: J WardSpouse Surname: MoffettResidence City: North WalesResidence State: PAExample 2: If the entry reads "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"It should be keyed as:Given: LolaSurname: StanleySpouse Given: UriahSpouse Surname: Moore

Suffix

Key all titles, such as "Jr" or "III", following the surname of the primary person to whom the record applies using a dictionary if provided for assistance. If a suffix does not appear in a dictionary then key the suffix as seen.In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in occurances of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs".Example 1: If the entry reads "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"It should be keyed as:Given: Lydia WinslowSurname: WhiteSpouse Given: J WardSpouse Surname: MoffettResidence City: North WalesResidence State: PAExample 2: If the entry reads "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"It should be keyed as:Given: LolaSurname: StanleySpouse Given: UriahSpouse Surname: Moore

Spouse Given

The Spouse Given is the first name or initial and any middle names of the spouse of the primary person to whom the record applies. Key the Spouse Given name using the dictionary provided for assistance. If a spouse given name does not appear in the dictionary then key the spouse given name as seen. Spouse name may follow the letter "m" (Ex.: "Moore, Ezra 1917 m Mallie Edwards")In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in occurances of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs".Example 1: If the entry reads "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"It should be keyed as:Given: Lydia WinslowSurname: WhiteSpouse Given: J WardSpouse Surname: MoffettResidence City: North WalesResidence State: PAExample 2: If the entry reads "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"It should be keyed as:Given: LolaSurname: StanleySpouse Given: UriahSpouse Surname: Moore

Spouse Surname

The Spouse Surname is the last name of the spouse of the primary person to whom the record applies. Key the Spouse Given name using the dictionary provided for assistance. If a spouse given name does not appear in the dictionary then key the spouse given name as seen.In alumni directories, the name of the spouse is often keyed in occurances of married women. In these instances key the maiden name as the primary name, and the first name listed as the spouse name (do not key "Mrs".Example 1: If the entry reads "Moffett, Mrs. J Ward (Lydia Winslow White) 1929 h North Wales Pa m J Ward Moffett homemaker"It should be keyed as:Given: Lydia WinslowSurname: WhiteSpouse Given: J WardSpouse Surname: MoffettResidence City: North WalesResidence State: PAExample 2: If the entry reads "Moore, Mrs Uriah (Lola Stanley) 1889"It should be keyed as:Given: LolaSurname: StanleySpouse Given: UriahSpouse Surname: Moore

Residence City

Key the Residence City or Town using the dictionary provided for assistance.  If a city or town does not appear in the dictionary then key the city or town as seen.

Residence State

Key the state of residence using the dictionary provided for assistance.

Yearbook Page

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Yearbook pages will often contain photos and names.  Key name and residence places as they appear on the image.

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Prefix

Key any titles before the Given name, such as "Dr", "Rev", "Mr" or "Mrs", using a dictionary if provided for assistance. If a prefix does not appear in a dictionary then key the prefix as seen. On birth and death records "stillborn", "child", "unknown", or "not stated" may appear. Key these as prefixes. If "child of Peter Pan" appears, key the complete phrase into the prefix field unless there is a father name field. If there is a father field, key "child of" as a prefix then key the father name as Peter Pan.

Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person to whom the record pertains using the dictionary provided for assistance. If a name does not appear in the dictionary then key the name as seen.

Surname

The Surname is the last name of the primary person to whom the record applies. Key the Surname using the dictionary provided for assistance. If the surname does not appear in the dictionary then key the surname as seen.

Suffix

Key all titles, such as "Jr" or "III", following the surname of the primary person to whom the record applies using a dictionary if provided for assistance. If a suffix does not appear in a dictionary then key the suffix as seen.

Residence City

Key the Residence City or Town using the dictionary provided for assistance.  If a city or town does not appear in the dictionary then key the city or town as seen.

Residence State

Key the state of residence using the dictionary provided for assistance.

Cover page, Section header, etc.

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