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The electronic master file contains a key identifying each file as belonging to a specific subject record, a sequence number for the record, and data regarding the location of the record in each file. In the electronic master file, there are two sets of entries for a subject record in the master file. The first contains the sequence number for that record. The second contains the location of the record in the master file, what file the record is in, and its data.
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There are many important characteristics of the raw data files. The records will be dated when the record on the card was created. In addition, the records consist of three component parts. These components are the sequence number, file sequence number, and file. The file sequence number is an alphanumeric string of digits. This sequence number is associated with each card record and may be used to determine which order to process the records in. For example, if a record is located at the beginning of a file and the sequence number is 001, then the record is the first record in the file. The file sequence number always goes with the alphanumeric sequence number. The file sequence number is either a number or letter (alphabetically sorted). The file number represents the record location in the file. The record location is determined by the alphanumeric sequence number and the file sequence number.
This serial number is also from this server. The database is located at: http://www.swedatabsolut.se/jensj/Military/Pulaski_Station.zip. I created the database using a program called Easy Batch Convert. When I did it, the database was reported to be in Microsoft Access 97/2000 format. The database is currently in the OLE2 format. If you want to compare the original to this one, click on the serial number directly below. It will take you to the original database at the National Archives Online Catalog. So where is it? Although I don't know for sure, it would seem the Database was moved to a different Archival System. The Archival System where the database resides is at: http://www.archives.gov/fos/.../.../W0867. There is a good chance the database has moved to the National Archives Microfilm Edition, Records Group 52, Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1888-1990, starting with Box No.W0867, case no. 643043. The size of the DB was reported to be 86.9 MB, which I think is correct. If you have any questions about this database or it's contents, feel free to contact me.