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?

Click on each of these images to see a larger version and read through the names.

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

Source: Ancestry.com

 

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