Re: finding a street address in 1910 census #general

Mark Jacobson


I sent this message privately to Mitchell Fine, but
I'm sending it to the group also. will help
you find the Enumeration District, then you have to
search the images in the ED through Ancestry (or the
microfilmed census >from a library or the National
Archives) until you find the right address. It could
take a few minutes or a few hours looking through the
pages, but it's the best way on the internet. There is
also a good microfiche available at most Family
History Libraries (once a branch orders it, they own
it so it is easy to find) and the National Archives
(as mentioned by Monica Leonards) where you can look
up addresses for the 1910 census and find the exact
ED. I think it's called the 1910 Census Street and
Address Index. There are 50 fiches which
alphabetically list streets and addresses and
corresponding Enumeration Districts for 39 major US
cities including Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles,
Phildelphia, San Francisco, and New York City (all
boroughs except Queens). I have a list of which city
is on which fiche. Before the internet this was the
only way to find people in the 1910 census (in non
miracode indexed states)

Mark Jacobson
Boca Raton, FL

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