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Police census, 1890

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981
on 59 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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An index for New York, New York City, Police Census is available online, click here.

Microfilm of original records in the municipal archives, New York City.

To find a location of a house you must use a city directory to find an address. Then you can: 1. Look at the Wilson Street Directory -- 2. Find the city blocks your address is between -- 3. Locate the street and block number on the A.D. maps -- 4. Using the block number, find the E.D. number -- 5. Find the book number for the E.D. -- 6. Locate the film number for the book.

To find a city directory, search the locality catalog for New York, New York City - Directories; or United States - Directories.

For further information search the locality catalog for: United States - Census - Inventories, registers, catalogs. Use the US state and special census register for film numbers of the census. This register is also on microfiche.

Census lists street and number, name, sex, and age, patrolman and enumerator, and police precinct.

Includes maps and lists of assembly districts, election districts, and book numbers of census; and Wilson's Street and avenue directory of the city of New York, 1888.

The volumes for about 100 of the election districts are missing. Volumes 953-1008 are part records of earlier volumes.

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