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The genealogist's address book

Elizabeth Petty Bentley
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Genealogical Publishing Company, c1992
ix, 539 p.
1992-93 ed
080631348X

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Includes indexes.

"The information in the 1992-93 edition of [this book] is based largely upon data received in response to questionnaires sent to archives, libraries, genealogical and historical societies, publishers, and vendors across the country. The new edition also updates addresses and accompanying details, includes organizations new to the scene or overlooked in the previous edition, and contains a Yellow Pages advertising supplement, and has a more precise index to periodicals"--Introd.

This edition is divided into the following four parts: (1) National addresses (2) State addresses (3) Ethnic and religious organizations and research centers (4) Special resources.

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