This paper demonstrates a methodology for analyzing two or more files when the only common
information is name and address that is subject to significant error. Such a situation might arise
with lists of businesses. We assume that a small proportion of records can be accurately matched.
With the matched pairs we build an edit/imputation model and add predicted quantitative values,
via a regression analysis to each file. Matching is then repeated with the common quantitative data
and with name and address information. If necessary, the edit/impute, regression, and matching steps
can be repeated in a recursive fashion. In large measure the ideas of Neter, Maynes, and Ramanathan
(1965) are revised but with new tools.