Recently, I found the following articles regarding historical directories:
- A New Genealogy Website went Online Today: Genealogy Gophers by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter - Dick highlights a new website that searches online historical and genealogical books across the internet, including city and other directories.
- A Free Book in Google Books Lists Details of all Voters in New York City for 1919 also by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter - call it a "voters' directory" if you will, but this ebook should be helpful for those searching for their NYC ancestors in the late 1910s/early 1920s.
- Women's History Month 2015: City Directories by Gena Philibert-Ortega at Gena's Genealogy - Gena explains how city directories are helpful tools in researching your female ancestors
- Birmingham's Public Library Has Street Name Changes--Does Your Library? by Michael John Neill at Search Tip of the Day - I've added a link to the Birmingham Public Library's Street Name Changes to the Jefferson County, Alabama Online Historical Directories page, by the way.
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