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A lot of text on this page - but covered by a piece of paper in part. The next page in the transcribing sequence is the log page that I expected after a weather page.http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Jeannette/vol001of004/vol001_009_1.jpg This might need to be done again
Not sure where this goes anymore so I'll put it here:http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USCS%20Yukon/Book%202/IMG_4192_1.jpgTimes have been cut off on the left. I only entered AM and PM except for noon in both cases where 2 M is visible. Here the problem is the scanning so I am not sure if TWYS applies since we would not be second guessing the log keeper if we put in the complete time? The sequence goes 6 AM 12 M, 6 PM, 6 AM 12 M, 6 PM (two days per log page). I can go back and correct this if you agree?