1940 U.S. Census List of Residents in the Mayflower Hotel

We haven’t done one of these “They Were Neighbors” posts in a while, and we stumbled across this great collection of U.S. Census records from 1940. Below are all the pages listing the residents of the Mayflower Hotel in 1940. How cool is this?

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1940 U.S. Census - Mayflower Hotel - pg. 1
1940 U.S. Census – Mayflower Hotel – pg. 1
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1940 U.S. Census - Mayflower Hotel - pg. 2
1940 U.S. Census – Mayflower Hotel – pg. 2
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1940 U.S. Census - Mayflower Hotel - pg. 3
1940 U.S. Census – Mayflower Hotel – pg. 3
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1940 U.S. Census - Mayflower Hotel - pg. 4
1940 U.S. Census – Mayflower Hotel – pg. 4
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1940 U.S. Census - Mayflower Hotel - pg. 5
1940 U.S. Census – Mayflower Hotel – pg. 5
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1940 U.S. Census - Mayflower Hotel - pg. 6
1940 U.S. Census – Mayflower Hotel – pg. 6

Source: Ancestry.com

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Tom founded Ghosts of DC on January 4th, 2012 as a blog to uncover the lost and untold history of Washington, D.C. He has lived in the city for over a decade and loves exploring every corner of the District.

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  • Nelson

    Fascinating. Among the neighbors are Supreme Court Justice Stanley Reed and Jouett and Catherine Filene Shouse. Perhaps this was their weekday place, retiring to Wolf Trap Farm on the weekends?