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If you live near a National Archives branch, they now have city
directories on microfilm for years near 1930 in preparation for the
release of the 1930 census. This past week I was at a branch in
Pittsfield, MA and checked the Sioux City directories they have on m.f.
They have 1929-1930 and 1931-1932. I THINK I found the family I was
seeking in 1932, but to be sure, guess I'll have to wait to see the 1930
> Does anyone know if there are any Sioux City directories for late 1920's
> early 30's? I am looking for info. on a "Vorisek Meat Market" later changed
> to "Vorisek Market" on the corner of W. 3rd. Unfortunatley I do not know
> the cross street! Or anyone from the area ever heard of it- if so what is
> there now?
> Thanks a bunch
> Kellie Vorisek
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Does anyone know if there are any Sioux City directories for late 1920's
early 30's? I am looking for info. on a "Vorisek Meat Market" later changed
to "Vorisek Market" on the corner of W. 3rd. Unfortunatley I do not know
the cross street! Or anyone from the area ever heard of it- if so what is
Thanks a bunch
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