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NOTE: For a way to determine what digital records are likely to be found within a collection or how to find missing images elsewhere, see Document 114052, How to use Film Notes in the Catalog to determine the content of a final browse point in Historical Records.
Question #1: Is the browse point Argentina, Córdoba, Catholic Church Records, 1557-1974 > Salta > Iglesia Matriz > Documentos eclesiásticos 1791-1801 located in the correct collection?
Answer #1: Since the Diocese of Salta was not created until 1806, these ecclesiastical documents for Salta are associated with the Archbishopric of Córdoba. The year span on the browse point should be corrected to Documentos eclesiásticos 1791-1804
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