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Can anyone tell me about the Martin Hotel, where I believe my great grandfather, Patrick Emmett Lynch, worked in the late 1910s and '20s?
Where in Sioux City was it located? Does it still exist? Any information would be appreciated.
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Does anyone have access to city directories for Sioux City in the time
period from 1900 to 1932?
I am trying to locate Asa Rucker and wife, Mary Lorena (Hulett) (Rudd)
Rucker. I have been told that when she died in 1932, she was married to
??? Sorenson. I have been unable to find her in the Soundex for 1920,
and haven't looked through 1910 since Sioux City is so big.
If someone would check this for me, I sure would appreciate it. Living
in VT it's hard to research in Iowa! Or maybe you'd have some
suggestions as to where to write for information???
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