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Old microfilm number conversion of Family History Library numbers used before 1973 may be accomplished with the table below:

Old Serial Part No. New Number Old Serial Part No. New Number Old Serial Part No. New Number
010805 00002 065338 010807 00005 065367 010808 00017
010806 00001 065339   00006 065368 00018
  00002 065340   00007 065369 00019
  00003 065341   00008 065370 00020
  00004 065342   00009 065371 00021
  00005 065343   00010 065372 00022
  00006 065344   00011 065373 00023
  00007 065345   00012 065374 00024
  00008 065346   00013 065375 00025
  00009 065347   00014 065376 00026
  00010 065348   00015 065377 010809 00001
  00011 065349   00016 065378 00002
  00012 065350   00017 065379 00003
  00013 065351 010808 00001 065380 00004
  00014 065352   00002 065381 00005
  00015 065353   00003 065382 00006
  00016 065354   00004 065383 00007
  00027 065355   00005 065384 0100810 00001
  00018 065356   00006 065385 00002
  00019 065357   00007 065386 00003
  00020 065358   00008 065387 00004
  00021 065359   00009 065388 00005
  00022 065360   00010 065389 00006
  00023 065361   00011 065390 00007
  00024 065362   00012 065391 00008
010807 00001 065363   00013 065392 00009
  00002 065364   00014 065393 00010
  00003 065365   00015 065394 00011
  00004 065366   00016 065395 00012

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