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 Posted: Fri Nov 19th, 2021 01:47 pm
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Jason Presley

Joined: Mon Apr 3rd, 2017
Location: Huntsville, Alabama USA
Posts: 68
I've recently experienced a problem with where multiple issues from different years are combined in a single listing. I am reporting them as I find them, but should you find a listing that confuses you because it seems like it is in the wrong year, double check the date on the paper.

I was searching some early Roy Welch information and found that on several issues from the Dec 1931 Clovis News Journal, the first half of the paper (pp1-8) was Dec 1931, but the second half (pp9-16) was actually from March 1932.

It is a small thing, but can go a long way toward contributing to bad information being propagated in your research.