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1930 5%
1920 1%
1910 1%
1900 5%
1880 10%
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1930 5%
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1. Street, avenue, road, etc.
2. House number (in cities or towns).
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114. Column 1. Street, avenue, road, etc.-This column applies to cities and all other localities where the streets or roads are known by names or numbers or letters. Write the name of the street, avenue, court, place, alley, or road lengthwise, in the manner shown on the illustrative example.

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1920 1%
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Place of Abode:
1. Street, avenue, road, etc.
2. House number or farm, etc.
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1910 1%
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Location:
Street, avenue, road, etc.
House number (in cities and towns).
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90. Street and house number.—The first column applies to cities and all other localities where the streets or roads are known by names or numbers or letters. The second column applies to cities or other places where the houses are numbered. Write the name of the street, avenue, court, place, alley, or road in the first column lengthwise, in the manner shown on the illustrative example. Write the house number, if there is one, in the second column opposite the name of the first person enumerated in that house. If a house is in the rear of another one fronting on a street and has no number of its own, give it the same number as the front house and add the word "rear."

91. The places at which you begin and end work on any street are to be marked by heavy lines in ink (—) across the first and second columns. (See illustrative example, line 8.)


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1900 5%
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Location:
In cities: street; house number.
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96. Location.—Notice that this heading is divided into four columns and that the first two apply only in cites. By cities is meant here all bodies of population living close enough together to have a system of house numbers as a means of indicating location. If you are at work in a district or a part of a district having house number, write in the first column lengthwise the name of the street, avenue, court, place, or alley, as the case may be. In the second column write the number of the house on the same line with the name of the first person entered as living at that number on such street, avenue, etc. The places at which you begin and end work on any street, avenue, etc., are to be marked by heavy lines in ink across the first and second columns, as shown in illustrative example (Form 7-244).

97. If two or more houses are situated on a single lot, that is, one or more houses located in the rear of the house fronting on the street, avenue, court, place, or alley for which the enumeration is being made, designate the first (or front) house by the usual house number on the street, the second house by the same number with "R1" added, the third house by the same number with "R2" added, and so on, until all the houses are properly marked with reference to the house number of the lot on which they are situated.


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1880 10%
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In cities: Name of street; house number
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STREETS AND STREET NUMBERS IN CITIES

The first two columns (not numbered in series) on the population schedule require the entry, in cities, of the street and street number of each occupied dwelling house. The name of the street should be written lengthwise of the space.