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City/Telephone directories are alphabetical lists of working men and women showing name, address, occupation and name of employer. Telephone directories came on the scene in about 1922. Besides the above, they list an individual's telephone number as well. They are particularly useful in helping to locate single, immigrant women who worked as maids and servants for example. Beginning in 1930, most city directories began publishing "criss cross" or "reverse" directories. These list everyone who lived at a certain address. They are located at the back of the directory.

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