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Collection: Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Books

Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Untitled Page 6 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 12, saying “Sorry for the late response! We noticed that too, and contacted From the Page. Thankfully, the issue has been recently resolved.”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Untitled Page 6 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 12, saying “Is there a problem with the software? When I try to transcribe, I get only get a blank page. I tried a few times and several different pages. I can't proceed. ”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Untitled Page 27 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 6, saying “I can't believe I hit DONE again by mistake. Are you sure I can't get back into the page? ”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Untitled Page 36 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 6, saying “The memo on the top of the right page was omitted from the transcription. ”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 62-63 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “Sorry about the wait. Sadly, I don't believe we can let you back in. If you're worried the page will be left permanently unfinished, don't forget it still needs to be approved by a reviewer. It's likely that they will finish the page as they revie...”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Pages 62-63 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “Ok...no problem Anything yet about the problem I asked about last week....Reopening 68-69 .... I hit done before I was finished....”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 62-63 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “And finally, it's best to keep the addresses of the deceased in the Deceased column next to the names. It preserves the order of the text in the notebook.”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 62-63 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “ Additionally, since they do not directly impact how one reads or searches for ledger entries, feel free not to make note of the checks, red circles, or red boxes in future transcriptions. ”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 62-63 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “"Pencil checks" and "Red boxes" belong in Transcriber's Notes, not Margin Notes. Margin Notes are for pieces of information that don't cleanly fit in any other category (i.e. payment dates/symbols, measurements...). Transcriber's notes are for obs...”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 54-55 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “And finally, it's best to keep the addresses of the deceased in the Deceased column next to the names. It preserves the order of the text in the notebook.”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 54-55 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “Additionally, since they do not directly impact how one reads or searches for ledger entries, feel free not to make note of the checks, red circles, or red boxes in future transcriptions. ”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 54-55 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “"Pencil checks" and "Red boxes" belong in Transcriber's Notes, not Margin Notes. Margin Notes are for pieces of information that don't cleanly fit in any other category (i.e. payment dates/symbols, measurements...). Transcriber's notes are for obs...”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Page 1 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 4, saying “You're welcome! We apologize for not making that clear earlier.”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 52-53 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “"Pencil checks" and "Red boxes" belong in Transcriber's Notes, not Margin Notes. Margin Notes are for pieces of information that don't cleanly fit in any other category (i.e. payment dates/symbols, measurements...). Transcriber's notes are for obs...”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Pages 68-69 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 4, saying “Once again, I hit Done instead of save. 68-69 is far from done and not at all checked by me. Can you allow me back in? ”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Page 1 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 4, saying “That makes things much easier... Thank you. ”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Page 1 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 4, saying “Additionally, since they do not directly impact how one reads or searches for ledger entries, feel free not to make note of the checks, red circles, or red boxes in future transcriptions. ”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Page 1 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 4, saying “"Pencil checks" and "Red boxes" belong in Transcriber's Notes, not Margin Notes. Margin Notes are for pieces of information that don't cleanly fit in any other category (i.e. payment dates/symbols, measurements...). Transcriber's notes are for obs...”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Pages 10-11 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 3, saying “there is no SAVE button for this page.... May choices are EDIT or PREVIEW. I don't want to continue on the page if I can't save the work. Any advice? ”Note Added
Staten Island Museum
Staten Island Museum added a note to page Pages 54-55 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “Thank you for your note. I transcribed the header to the best of my ability in brackets in the header field using brackets and questions marks when I was unsure about a word. Please do the same for any text above the margin. Thank you for contribu...”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 24-25 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “The "read left to right" convention does not apply across pages. Working on one page at a time from left to right (e.g. transcribing all the information on page 28 first THEN page 29) makes reading and reviewing far easier. ”Note Added
Cheyenne
Cheyenne added a note to page Pages 74-75 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 2, saying “If you're unsure, then first refresh the page. If that didn't help, try leaving the book and returning to it after a few minutes to see if there is an option to transcribe. If not, then don't worry. The reviewers should be able to access the page ...”Note Added
Denise Giachetta-Ryan
Denise Giachetta-Ryan added a note to page Pages 74-75 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 2, saying “I think I hit Done instead of save. How can I get back into the document?”Note Added
Gambrelli
Gambrelli added a note to page Pages 6-7 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “The following is written in the Header space and is not transcribed anywhere, because the database system deleted it from the Header: "Bob Gibson; Aug 3; 3729".”Note Added
mnmeyers
mnmeyers added a note to page Pages 54-55 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “There is handwritten information at the top of page 54 that needs to be checked.”Note Added
Swanssi
Swanssi added a note to page Pages 22-23 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “On page 23 between entries noted as 175-177 There is a pencilled in bracket with the following notation: " 832.50 (32)"”Note Added
Gambrelli
Gambrelli added a note to page Pages 6-7 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “I see that the Frederick Douglas Memorial Park was founded for the same reason as South-View Cemetery in Atlanta. ”Note Added
Gambrelli
Gambrelli added a note to page Pages 6-7 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “I see now that hitting ENTER anywhere in a field creates another entry line. Did I miss that in the instructions? Perhaps it should be added. ”Note Added
eterginoso
eterginoso added a note to page Pages 14-15 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “3675 (Total from page 14) ”Note Added
Gambrelli
Gambrelli added a note to page Pages 6-7 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “How do I add entry lines? On other transcription projects, the lines populate automatically as you approach the bottom. That should apply to this project. Thank you.”Note Added
Gambrelli
Gambrelli added a note to page Pages 6-7 in the work Frederick Douglass Memorial Park Ledger Book 1, saying “Why did you delete Clifford Holder from Page 6 after I saved it? Will try entering it again. ”Note Added