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Hi! In reviewing transcriptions, what should I do if I encounter lines that have been added to the date heading of a journal entry? Here is an example: https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/clara-barton-angel-of-the-battlefield/diaries-and-journals-1901-1911/mss119730058/mss119… Am encountering some very good transcriptions that have these lines, and… (Show more)
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Aack, I hit Edit instead of Accept. (it would be nice if one could undo such a mistake if no changes were made). There were a few tiny things that weren't worth changing. Could someone please go and accept this lonely entry? It's the last one in its section. Sharon… (Show more)
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https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/letters-to-lincoln/1860-elected-first-republican-president-and-south-carolina-secedes/ma…   This transcription is complete, but still has a bracketed question and also needs the reference number added.   It's just an envelope.   Suz.
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Hello All,   I thought I'd share my discoveries and self-amusements here in the hope that some of you will relate or benefit...!   You know those times you're stumped on a review or a fresh transcription, when you read and re-read, look at it from 2 feet away, turn your head sideways, and still you can't make sense of what you think you're… (Show more)
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Hi, folks! So...I say yes, give me a page to review, and find it's in the middle of a letter, and the pages around it have been reviewed already! Does this mean that if you finish a page and say "gimme another, please!" you get a random page assigned, instead of the next page needing review?  I'd much prefer to review an entire letter than a… (Show more)
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If anyone can transcribe a document in German, please give this one a look: https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/letters-to-lincoln/1861-secession-inauguration-start-of-civil-war/mal0707500/
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Hi, Crowdies. I need some French assistance. I'm in Mary Church Terrell's German diaries again (boy, was she ever homesick!), and I have a French sentence she snuck in there. I think I did pretty well on it, actually, but it doesn't quite make sense. Can someone help with that? I promise to move on to Clara Barton now and do some reviewing,… (Show more)
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