Duplicate images in Brazilian death records
Brasil, Paraná—Registro Civil, 1852–1996 [Parte B][M9PF-DXC]
On images 1 and 3 the photographers cut off the far right hand column of the right-hand page to fit the page into the frame. They then shifted the page left and took another photograph to capture the right hand side, thus creating images 2 and 4. The column that was cut off normally does not contain information that needs to be indexed, but in this case it contains the name of the spouse. Should I mark images 2 and 4 as duplicates, and still extract the data by opening in a second page (just like we do when a record is contniued from one image to the next)? If so, how can I alert the reviewer that that is what I did? Or should I index all the pages as if they were not duplicates (because they are not exact duplicates, just 99%)?
Thanks in advance.