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Question #1: There are no names beginning with the letter “O” in the file titled: Onci, Adam - Pace, Joseph F. Are these records available?
Answer #1: The titles of two files were flipped. The file labeled as: Onci, Adam - Pace, Joseph contains the records for Pace, Josephine - Parent, Stanley L and the file labeled Pace, Josephine - Parent, Stanley L contain the records for Onci, Adam - Pace, Joseph F.
Question #2: In the file named Rayment, Cortland B. – Renoud, Joseph A, the first image is for Joseph A Renaud rathre than Cortland B Rayment. How are these images arranged?
Answer #2: For some reason the index cards which are the source of these images were filmed in reverse order. Additionally Renoud should be spelled Renaud.
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