Now and Then is a collaborative work, bringing together the contributions of many people.
You are invited to use the work contributed to Now and Then, but there can be no warranty on the reliability of the content of this website and/or links to other websites that it contains. We encourage our contributors to use best practice in referencing and acknowledgement, but we do not verify or fact check contributions here. You use the information on this website entirely at your own risk. Where you see an error or omission we encourage you to identify it using the discussion tab on the relevant article or by correcting it yourself. Wiki communities are self-managing. We need your contributions to make the information here the best it can be.
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The administrators cannot be held responsible for the content of any image or text submitted beyond the right to remove and/or block any content for any reason at their discretion.
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Wiki Rules of Conduct
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You can choose to use your real name as your username, but we recommend using a shortened non-identifiable version (such as Mary2529). You can add your real name in the registration form to make it easier to locate you, but the only name that we will disclose on the site is the username you select.
CITATION: Contributors are strongly encouraged to cite their sources, using the referencing and source listing tools provided, including hyperlinking to online sources (eg. Trove).
RESPECT FOR PRIVACY OF BUILDING AND BUSINESS OWNERS: We respect the privacy of current property and business owners. Owners are welcome to include their names on wiki entries, but others should not include current owner names, especially of private homes, without the explicit permission of the owners. If a current owner requests that information about them be removed, then it will be removed.
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