... that is the question. Can you help me discern between lowercase Z and lowercase S in handwritten text? My problem today is the word "recognize," which looks in the original most of the time to be spelled with an S, but which has been almost uniformly transcribed as spelled with a Z. (Per my good friend Merriam-Webster, "recognise" is a chiefly… Show more
Ethan warned me...be careful what you wish for! I just found a 32-page document that appears to be entirely in French. Are there any others who feel confident in transcribing French (as I do) who want to share transcribing and reviewing duties on it?
I don't have the capability to do accents on my keyboard(I think) but I could review. I have avoided the French documents because I felt someone could do it better. I took French through HS and some courses in college. I am not fluent but can read it. If you want, send me pages as you submit them and I can review them if you want.
I have been transcribing Mary Church Terrell. I have misread one item numerous times and today finally got a document that was more clearly written. She was a member of a Matron's Whist Club. The problem is that I had read it as Watrous, mistaking her M for a W and n for a u. I just wanted to alert the board in case someone is reviewing my… Show more
The "Find a new page" links are helpful, but I am interested in a link that would take me to documents that need review. I think reviewing documents is where I would like to focus my efforts. Also, I'm wondering if there will ever be a distinction made between more experienced transcribers and beginners. I see problems with the documents I… Show more
https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/letters-to-lincoln/1861-secession-inauguration-start-of-civil-war/mal0561500/mal0561500-… Hello Fellows! Since there's been discussion about trying to tag-team on reviews, I'm throwing this one out to you. It was a clean transcription, and the only thing I added was the number at the bottom. It's a quick… Show more
In the Mary Church Terrell collection, I came across an article from a magazine for which one of the pages was scanned out of order. The first page of the article was p. 46. The next image has pages 45 and 47 on it. Page 45 has the continuation of a totally unrelated article, but page 47 is a continuation of the Mary Church Terrell article. … Show more
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I was able to get into this page https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/mary-church-terrell-advocate-for-african-americans-and-women/speeches-and-writings/mss42… which I was locked out of last night. It is page one of an article in Dunbar News So, I copied the transcription and submitted it for review. Page two of the article still has the wrong… Show more