by Grand Forks Herald
May 19, 2012 at 5:31 pm in Grand Forks Herald
Millions of newly released forms from 1940 Census provide a deeply personal glimpse into an earlier America. Continue Reading
Tags: census, GF and EGF, Grand Forks, History 6 Comments »
An interesting insight into the realities of 72 years ago. But for those looking for people outside a small town like Grand Forks, success comes from knowing not only the address, but the cross street. I found my parents in Mpls, but only after mastering how the system worked. Together they made $1800 a year. Finding my grandfather’s ND farm was more difficult, as the nearest town was in a different county, and thus a different ED. Still have to research my other grandparents in St.Paul, who were not living at the addresse family history provided. So will need a phone directory which is not available up here.
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Gene have you checked at the local LDS Family History Center in Grand Forks?
Thanks for the tip. Would they have a 1940 St Paul phone directory? I figured I’d have to drive down there and visit the Historical Society.
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btw, where the heck is it?
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For those interested, here’s the link with all instructions, since Haga never provided it.
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The link was provided in the newspaper. It should have been included when the package was posted online late Saturday but apparently wasn’t. I’ve asked that it be added.
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