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A 1940 census taker uses sled dogs to make sure that even people in remote areas of Alaska are enumerated.  (Only 27 more days!)

A 1940 census taker uses sled dogs to make sure that even people in remote areas of Alaska are enumerated.  (Only 27 more days!)

By now you’ve probably seen the commercials that Santa Claus did for Ancestry.com.  But, did you know his wife’s name was Mabel and that in 1930 they were living in Marshall, Missouri with six children?

By now you’ve probably seen the commercials that Santa Claus did for Ancestry.com.  But, did you know his wife’s name was Mabel and that in 1930 they were living in Marshall, Missouri with six children?

Happy 110th Birthday to Mr. Walter Elias Disney!  Here, he is an 8 year old boy living with his parents in Marceline, Missouri in the 1910 census.  Did YOU have family in Marceline in 1910?

Happy 110th Birthday to Mr. Walter Elias Disney!  Here, he is an 8 year old boy living with his parents in Marceline, Missouri in the 1910 census.  Did YOU have family in Marceline in 1910?

Cloris Leachman

We met Cloris Leachman at the GBK Emmy Gift Lounge in September and got her started building her family tree.  The first record we found?  Her, as a 3 year old little girl in the 1930 census with her parents and her sister, Mary.

She was very excited!  "That’s me.  I exist!"

Have you shared a 1930 census entry with an older, living relative?  You might be surprised to find out what they remember with this little prompt.