1940 U.S. Census Records from New York State Now Searchable by Name
New York is the latest addition to states where 1940 U.S Census records are searchable by name via Ancestry.com. Records are free to search.
Additional info/links in this blog post.
Other states with records searchable by name (as of June 6, 2012):
But wait, that’s not all!
More Records: New York State Archives Partners with Ancestry.com
See Also: 1940 U.S. Census to be Free on Ancestry.com
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