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Re: postal addresses for 1890s ?
Posted by: Taryn (ID *****2998) Date: February 04, 2013 at 20:08:41
In Reply to: postal addresses for 1890s ? by Donald morrison munro of 18137

They could be on the census in Minnesota of 1895 or 1900, and if you can see the original census image, the address is written along the left side of the page, if they lived in a city. Rural addresses were not so precise.

There are also city directories for places.



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