World Archives Project: USHMM - Kraków, Poland, ID Card Applications for Jews During WWII, 1940-1941 (Part 7)

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About this project This collection contains records from the Stadthauptmann in Kraków, including questionnaires, identification cards, and administrative records.

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Miscellaneous Documents
Name List
Police Log
Population Card Page 1
Population Card Page 2
Residence Questionnaire Page 1
Residence Questionnaire Page 2
Microfilm

Miscellaneous Documents

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Choose the "Miscellaneous Documents" form type for records or documents that do not fall into one of the other pre-defined form types, but has names that should be keyed.

Document Place

Key the document place as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.Document place is the place the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page near the document place. On "Cards" form types the document place and date are not usually near each other. Document place will usually be "Krakau."
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Document Day

Key the day from the document date as seen on the record. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date.
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Document Month

Key the month in its three-letter abbreviation from the document date using the dictionary provided to assist you. If the month appears as a number, key as seen. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date. Months in German:1 - I - Januar2 - II - Februar3 - III - März4 - IV - April5 - V - Mai6 - VI - Juni7 - VII - Juli8 - VIII - August9 - IX - September10 - X - Oktober11 - XI - November12 - XII - Dezember
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Document Year

Key the year from the document date as seen on the record. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date.
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Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Dr," "Mr," or "Mrs," of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Only prefix values should be keyed into the prefix field.
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Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Initials should be keyed with a space between them and without entering periods.In some cases a given name may be clearly indicated by the words "Vorname," "Vor-," "Name," or "An den(die) Juden." In other cases, it may appear in a section labeled "betrifft," which means "subject."
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Surname

Key the surname as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.In some cases a surname may be clearly indicated by the words "Zuname," "Zu-," "Familienname," "Name," or "An den (die) Juden." In other cases, it may appear in a section labeled "betrifft," which means "subject."
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Maiden Name

For women, key the maiden name when given, as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you.
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Name List

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Choose the "Name List" form type for images that contain a list of individuals with various information depending on the type of list. Key each person as a unique record. Some lists may not have column headers. Key as much information as you are able. If a column appears to contain a place with a number, key this as street address.

ID Card Number

Key the ID card number from the column labeled "Kennkarten Nr." The ID card number is typically five digits, including leading zeros. Key the number as seen.
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Surname

Key the surname from the column labeled "Name" as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you. The surname is usually listed before the given name and may be printed in all caps or with extra spacing between each letter. Do not key the spaces or the capitalization. Key the name using proper casing and spacing.
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Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names from the column labeled "Name" as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you.  Typically the surname is written first, then the given name(s).
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Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Dr," "Mr," or "Mrs," of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Only prefix values should be keyed into the prefix field.
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Street Address

Key the street address as seen on the record. The street address usually includes a place name associated with a street number. For example, if this field says "Krakau, Wolnica ," you would key "Wolnica 5" into this field and "Krakau" should have been keyed in the residence location field.
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Residence Location

Key the residence location as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.
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Police Log

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Choose the "Police Log" form type for images with "Polizeiliche Abmeldung" or "Polizeiliche Anmeldung" at the top of the image in bold lettering.

Document Day

Key the day from the document date as seen on the record. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date.
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Document Month

Key the month in its three-letter abbreviation from the document date using the dictionary provided to assist you. If the month appears as a number, key as seen. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date. Months in German:1 - I - Januar2 - II - Februar3 - III - März4 - IV - April5 - V - Mai6 - VI - Juni7 - VII - Juli8 - VIII - August9 - IX - September10 - X - Oktober11 - XI - November12 - XII - Dezember
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Document Year

Key the year from the document date as seen on the record. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date.
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Residence Location

Key the residence location as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Residence location may be found on the line named "aus" or "zugezogen nach do". If there are two locations on the line, key both of them into this field seperated by a comma.
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Street Address

Key the street address as seen on the record. The street address usually includes a place name associated with a street number. Key both the place name and number into this field. Street address may be found on the line named "Strasse Ulica," "Nr.
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Surname

Key the surname as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Surname may be found in the column labeled "Name" or Nazwisko".
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Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Initials should be keyed with a space between them and without entering periods. Given name may be found in the column labeled "Vornamen," or "Imiona".
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Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Dr," "Mr," or "Mrs," of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Only prefix values should be keyed into the prefix field.
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Birth Day

Key the day from the birth date as seen on the record. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format. Birth date may be found in the column labeled "Geburts".
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Birth Month

Key the month in its three-letter abbreviation from the birth date using the dictionary provided to assist you. If the month appears as a number, key as seen. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format. Birth date may be found in the column labeled "Geburts".Months in German:1 - I - Januar2 - II - Februar3 - III - März4 - IV - April5 - V - Mai6 - VI - Juni7 - VII - Juli8 - VIII - August9 - IX - September10 - X - Oktober11 - XI - November12 - XII - Dezember
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Birth Year

Key the year from the birth date as seen on the record. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format. Birth date may be found in the column labeled "Geburts".
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Birth Location

Key the birth location as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Birth place may be found in the column labeled "Geburtsort".
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Nationality

Key the race as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Nationality may be found in the column labeled "Staatsangehorigkeit."
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Occupation

Key the occupation as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Occupation may be found in the column labeled "Beruf."
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Marital Status

Key the marital status from the field or column labeled "Familienstand." In some cases, the marital status is written or typed into the field. In other cases, statuses are pre-printed and the non-applicable statuses are crossed out. The status not crossed out is the one that should be keyed. Key the word in full, using the provided drop-down list and the list below to help you determine which word corresponds to which abbreviation. If an entry cannot be determined to match with one of the provided dictionary options, key the marital status as seen.Key the word shown in bold:Single - led. - ledigMarried - verh. - verheiratetWidowed - verw. - verwitwetDivorced - gesch. - geschiedenLiving apart - lebt getrennt
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ID Card Number

Key the ID Card Number as seen on the record. ID card number may be found in the column labeled "Nummer des Ausweises Numer Dowodu."
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ID Issued Day

Key the day from the ID Issued date as seen on the record. ID Issued date is usually written in day-month-year format. ID card date may be found in the column labeled "Datum der Ausstellung Data wystawienia."
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ID Issued Month

Key the month in its three-letter abbreviation from the ID Issued date using the dictionary provided to assist you. If the month appears as a number, key as seen. ID Issued date is usually written in day-month-year format. ID card date may be found in the column labeled "Datum der Ausstellung Data wystawienia."Months in German:1 - I - Januar2 - II - Februar3 - III - März4 - IV - April5 - V - Mai6 - VI - Juni7 - VII - Juli8 - VIII - August9 - IX - September10 - X - Oktober11 - XI - November12 - XII - Dezember
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ID Issued Year

Key the year from the ID Issued date as seen on the record. ID Issued date is usually written in day-month-year format. ID card date may be found in the column labeled "Datum der Ausstellung Data wystawienia."
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Population Card Page 1

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Choose the "Population Card Page 1" form type for images with "Nr. księgi kontroli ruchu ludności" near the top right of the image. These images usually have the alphabet across the top. Including the primary person, these images usually list a spouse and children. Key each person as an individual record with their relation to the primary person (head of household). The heads information is in the column labeled "Mezczyzna," and the spouse's information in the column labeled "Kobieta."

Surname

Key the surname as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Including the primary person, these images may list the primary persons parents, spouse, the spouse's parents and children. Key each person as an individual record with their relation to the primary person (head of household).Surnames for each person in the household may be found in the following places:Head of House: Next to the word "Nazwisko" in the top right of the image.Father & Mother to Head: In the row labeled ""Imiona rodzicow;" In the column labeled "Mezczyzna."Father & Mother to the head will be keyed as a seperate record with only a relationship.Father & Mother in Law to Head: In the row labeled ""Imiona rodzicow;" In the column labeled "Kobieta."Father & Mother in Law to the head will be keyed as a seperate record with only a relationship.
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Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Including the primary person, these images may list the primary persons parents, spouse, the spouse's parents and children. Key each person as an individual record with their relation to the primary person (head of household).Given names for each person in the household may be found in the following places:Head of House: In the row labeled "Imiona;" In the column labeled "Mezczyzna."Spouse to Head: In the row labeled "Imiona;" In the column labeled "Kobieta."Father & Mother to Head: In the row labeled ""Imiona rodzicow;" In the column labeled "Mezczyzna."Father & Mother to the head will be keyed as a seperate record with only a relationship.Father & Mother in Law to Head: In the row labeled ""Imiona rodzicow;" In the column labeled "Kobieta."Father & Mother in Law to the head will be keyed as a seperate record with only a relationship.Children to Head: In the coloumn located in the bottom left of the image labeled "Imiona."
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Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Dr," "Mr," or "Mrs," of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Only prefix values should be keyed into the prefix field.
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Maiden Name

For women, key the maiden name when given, as seen on the record using the dictionary provided to assist you.
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Relation to Head

Key the relationship to the head of household as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Ex: If the head has a spouse being keyed, the relation to head for the spouse will be "Spouse."
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Occupation

Key the occupation as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Occupation may be found next to the words "Zawod i stanowisko w zawodzie."
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Birth Day

Key the day from the birth date as seen on the record. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format. Birth dates for the head and spouse may be found in the row labeled "Urodzil (a) sie:." Birth dates for children may be found in the column labeled "Data i miejsce urodzenia."
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Birth Month

Key the month in its three-letter abbreviation from the birth date using the dictionary provided to assist you. If the month appears as a number, key as seen. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format. Birth dates for the head and spouse may be found in the row labeled "Urodzil (a) sie:." Birth dates for children may be found in the column labeled "Data i miejsce urodzenia."Months in German:1 - I - Januar2 - II - Februar3 - III - März4 - IV - April5 - V - Mai6 - VI - Juni7 - VII - Juli8 - VIII - August9 - IX - September10 - X - Oktober11 - XI - November12 - XII - Dezember
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Birth Year

Key the year from the birth date as seen on the record. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format. Birth dates for the head and spouse may be found in the row labeled "Urodzil (a) sie:." Birth dates for children may be found in the column labeled "Data i miejsce urodzenia."
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Birth Location

Key the birth location as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Birth locations for the head and spouse may be found in the row labeled "Miejsce urodzenia." Birth locations for children may be found in the column labeled "Data i miejsce urodzenia." Birt Location for each child is typically located directly below their birth date.
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Marital Status

Key the marital status from the field labeled "Stan Cywilny." In some cases, the marital status is written or typed into the field. In other cases, statuses are pre-printed and the non-applicable statuses are crossed out. The status not crossed out is the one that should be keyed. Key the word in full, using the provided drop-down list to help you. If an entry cannot be determined to match with one of the provided dictionary options, key the marital status as seen.
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ID Card Number

Key the ID Card Number as seen on the record. ID card may be found in the row labeled "Dowod osobisty."
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Nationality

Key the race as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Nationality may be found near the words "Przynaleznosc panstwowa."
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Population Card Page 2

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Choose the "Population Card Page 2" form type for images that immedietly follow "Population Card Page 1" form types and have "Poprzednie miejsce zamieszkania" written in the top left corner of the image.

Street Address

Key the last street address as seen on the record. The last address will be the address located at the bottom of a list of addresses. The street address usually includes a place name associated with a street number. Key both the place name and number into this field. Street address may be found in the column labeled "Ulica" and "Nr. domu."
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Residence Questionnaire Page 1

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Choose the "Cards Page 1" form type for images of small numbered cards. These cards usually have vertical lines on them used to seperate the numbered portions. "Cards page 1" form types typically have written in bold lettering near the top something like the following: "Zgłoszenie Zmiany Miejsca Zamieszkania", "Karta Zameldowania", "Ankieta A", "Zgłoszenie Nowego Adresu Miejsca Zamieszkania". This is not an all inclusive list.

Document Place

Key the document place as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.Document place is the place the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page near the document place. On "Cards" form types the document place and date are not usually near each other. Document place will usually be "Krakau."
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Street Address

Key the street address as seen on the record. The street address usually includes a place name associated with a street number. For example, if this field says "Krakau, Wolnica ," you would key "Wolnica 5" into this field and "Krakau" should have been keyed in the residence location field.
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Surname

Key the surname as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Pressing F3 will copy the surname down from the above record.
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Given

Key the first name or initial and any middle names of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Initials should be keyed with a space between them and without entering periods.
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Prefix

Key any titles before the given name, such as "Dr," "Mr," or "Mrs," of the primary person as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance. Only prefix values should be keyed into the prefix field.
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Maiden Name

Key the surname as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.
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Relation to Head

Key the relationship to the head of household as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.
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Occupation

Key the occupation as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.
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Birth Day

Key the day from the birth date as seen on the record. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format.
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Birth Month

Key the month in its three-letter abbreviation from the birth date using the dictionary provided to assist you. If the month appears as a number, key as seen. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format.Months in German:1 - I - Januar2 - II - Februar3 - III - März4 - IV - April5 - V - Mai6 - VI - Juni7 - VII - Juli8 - VIII - August9 - IX - September10 - X - Oktober11 - XI - November12 - XII - Dezember
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Birth Year

Key the year from the birth date as seen on the record. Birth date is usually written in day-month-year format.
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Birth Location

Key the birth location as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.
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Marital Status

Key the marital status from the field or column labeled "Familienstand." In some cases, the marital status is written or typed into the field. In other cases, statuses are pre-printed and the non-applicable statuses are crossed out. The status not crossed out is the one that should be keyed. Key the word in full, using the provided drop-down list and the list below to help you determine which word corresponds to which abbreviation. If an entry cannot be determined to match with one of the provided dictionary options, key the marital status as seen.Key the word shown in bold:Single - led. - ledigMarried - verh. - verheiratetWidowed - verw. - verwitwetDivorced - gesch. - geschiedenLiving apart - lebt getrennt
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Religion

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Nationality

Key the race as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.
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Residence Questionnaire Page 2

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Choose the "Cards Page 2" form type for the back side of "Cards Page 1" form types. These small numbered cards usually have vertical lines on them used to seperate the numbered portions. "Cards Page 2" images typically start on number 7-10.

Document Day

Key the day from the document date as seen on the record. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date.
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Document Month

Key the month in its three-letter abbreviation from the document date using the dictionary provided to assist you. If the month appears as a number, key as seen. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date. Months in German:1 - I - Januar2 - II - Februar3 - III - März4 - IV - April5 - V - Mai6 - VI - Juni7 - VII - Juli8 - VIII - August9 - IX - September10 - X - Oktober11 - XI - November12 - XII - Dezember
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Document Year

Key the year from the document date as seen on the record. Document date is the date the document was signed or written and is not available on every image. It can usually be found near the top or bottom of the page, following the word "den", "Am Dnia" or "Data."Document date will usually appear in day-month-year format. If no document date appears, you may leave this field blank. If the date is in a range, key the most recent date.
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Marital Status

Key the marital status from the field or column labeled "Familienstand." In some cases, the marital status is written or typed into the field. In other cases, statuses are pre-printed and the non-applicable statuses are crossed out. The status not crossed out is the one that should be keyed. Key the word in full, using the provided drop-down list and the list below to help you determine which word corresponds to which abbreviation. If an entry cannot be determined to match with one of the provided dictionary options, key the marital status as seen.Key the word shown in bold:Single - led. - ledigMarried - verh. - verheiratetWidowed - verw. - verwitwetDivorced - gesch. - geschiedenLiving apart - lebt getrennt
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Nationality

Key the race as seen on the record using the dictionary provided for assistance.
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Microfilm

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Choose the "Microfilm" form type for all images that contain information about the microfilm reel. These are images that were introduced to the collection when it was microfilmed, and are not part of the registers. See the wiki page for examples.



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