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The source pages exist mainly as a place to gather collections of related source images or for textual sources that do not have related images. An example of a collection of related source images would be pages from a family Bible, or headstones from a given cemetery. An example of textual sources would be transcripts of cemetery headstones or transcripts from a census. Pages may be a mixture of both and images are much desired whenever possible and practicable. (Obviously we will not be having room to save images from every page of every census, so broad census coverage is a good example of where this general preference for images fails. We simply cannot dedicate the resources for potentially tens of thousands of census images.)



See also: Category: Place Pages