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In both cases, each card has been digitized and described separately, but the connection to the rest of the set has been maintained in the record.
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night we sat eating the potato chips & drinks Transcription of any hand-written message on the back of the card, if present.
* British and Canadian cards ** Incomplete chronological assessment # Some sources say 1926.
Several controlled vocabularies have been used, including the Library of Congress Thesaurus for Graphic Materials (TGM), the Library of Congress Authorities, the Canadiana Authorities, and Geographical Names of Canada. We endeavour to be as accurate and thorough as possible when describing these images.
The image below is an example of some of the metadata for a digitized postcard from the Prairie Postcards Collection. If you have any corrections or additional information, please contact us.
Transcription of any text (other than the caption) on the front of the card, or any text (other than the statement of publication) on the back of the card. Example: Written on front in ms.: What do you think of our hotel here; Written in ms.: The x is [were] our car was the Sat.