Darien City Directory, 1953
Saturday, January 21 at 2 PM
Co-sponsored by Darien Library and the Middlesex Genealogical Society, presented by Toni McKeen.
City directories are one of the most overlooked source of historical information about families. You will learn how and where to find city directories, the important and surprising clues they hold, and their use in finding those missing census records and vital records.
For the last 7 years, Toni McKeen has been teaching several levels of genealogy in her home town of Ridgefield, Connecticut. Toni also has been a popular lecturer at various genealogical societies in the New York, Connecticut, Boston, and Long Island areas. Toni has been a frequent presenter at MGS meetings. In her lectures, Toni shares the tips and tricks she has developed over the years to help locate difficult relatives who don’t seem to want to be found.
Effective Use of City Directories
Skill Building: Analyzing City Directories
Using City Directories in Genealogical Research
City Directories on Microfilm at the Library of Congress
Circa 1930 City Directories available at the National Archives
City Directories of the United States of America
Old Directory Search: Stamford, Connecticut, 1907
Your Guide to Finding Ancestors in City Directories
City Directories at DistantCousin.com
Additional parking for evening and weekend Library programs available on Thorndal Circle (behind Nielsen's).