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I had seen that the 1940 census was going to be released.
After more than 70 years, that year’s official count of United States residents would become public record, opening up a treasure trove of records for genealogy buffs.
With my 80-year-old uncle driving my 83-year-old mother back from her annual winter stay in Florida, perusing the records together when they arrived would make for a great night of story-telling about their teen years in New York.
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