Hello Mr. Kent,
Thank you for bringing this error to our attention. I will work on getting these images right side up today, but it may take several weeks for the new images to appear in the catalog.
In the meantime, you can download the images to your computer by clicking the blue icon with the downward arrow below each image. Once downloaded, you'll be able to rotate the images using whatever photo viewing software you have. You can also download the full .PDF of the documents by clicking the red PDF icon below the image. The images are all right side up in the PDF document and you can view the document using free Adobe Reader software.
Please let me know if I can provide further assistance.
Thank you, Mr. Elsom, for promising to presenting the images in this particular Transcription Mission "right side up" within the near future.
(I really don't think I will use your advice concerning downloading the files in order to work on this Mission, although if other Citizen Archivist Transcribers wish to do so, they may find satisfaction in doing so.)
I would like to say 2 other things connected to this:
1) (I forgot to explain this in my previous message : ) If you can read the title-page image (presented upside down) -- or know enough Spanish (or even just know the name of the capital of the Dominican Republic), you will probably (especially if you read the title page or Google concerning the Pueblo in question) soon realize that the proper name of the Pueblo in question is not "Santa Domingo Pueblo", but "Santo Domingo Pueblo".
I hope that someone can also (therefore) make the title of the File Unit more accurate at some near-future point as well.
2) (As I noted in my 1st message in this thread,) There are quite a few other related Pueblo Lands documents in the Catalog which also have their content presented "upside down" (including another document concerning Santo Domingo Pueblo) -- and I sincerely hope that (within the next few months) all of these "upside-down" images concerning Pueblo Indian lands may be re-presented to the Catalog "right side up" (especially if anyone with NARA/the National Archives were to wish us Citizen Archivist Transcribers to work with them as a "Mission".
(As for me, I have recently been busy with a Patent Office set of documents (initially-transcribed by another Citizen Archivist transcriber) concerning Auguste Bartholdi and what we know as the "Statue of Liberty" and with a more-recently-active "Transcription Mission" concerning "Landing Reports" of immigrants collected by the US District Court in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from 1798 on... -- and I am glad (as much of the text in the Patent Office set and all of the content of the Landing Reports Volume is hand-written) that all of the Images presented in those sets is as easy for me to read as possible. )
Again, Thank You, Mr. Elsom (including for the quick reply )
Ethan W. Kent/"EthanFromBellmore"..
I'm glad that it seems that the document in question has in fact now been transcribed (the Transcriber perhaps having followed Mr. Elsom's advice with respect to reading the pages).
Ethan W. Kent/"EthanFromBellmore".