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1940 census ED for West University Place
Posted by: Bill Wright (ID *****2440) Date: April 05, 2012 at 06:34:06
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The Enumeration district finder page for the census lists only three cities in Harris County. West University Place is not included on the list. I have downloaded the census map that shows West University Place and the street where I think I lived with my parents, but I can't find the ED number on the map.

The area immediately to the east of West University Place is in ED 258-249A and I can see 249 hand written in pencil on the map in this area.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to what ED West University Place is in and particularly the area immediately west of Kirby Drive and the Houston city limits?

I am finding a lot of familiar names browsing 258-249!

Bill Wright
A native Texan and almost a native Houstonian


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