For several years I worked on a project as a volunteer for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco identifying the locations of 1906 earthquake/fire photographs by Arnold Genthe. Consequently, I developed a deep familiarity with with the many ruined structures and the resources for identifying them. As a Citizen Archivist I thought I'd apply this knowledge to similar photos in the Archives collection. Mostly, this involved adding details. However, sometimes I come across some that are completely inaccurate. What do I do? So far, I've just added corrections about content and location as tags. The most egregious I've found is NAID 531018 which has the description totally wrong. Do I alert someone on staff to correct it? But, this seems so trivial in the scope of your holdings, is there staff that's concerned with this, especially if the correct information is in the tags? Do I add corrections to Comments? Are Comments searchable? Just "searching" for guidance? Thanks.