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This is a collection of city directories which includes address books and emigration records from the city and county of Fürth, Germany, covering the years 1805-1921. These books include residential directories with index, directory of those who have mercantile and factory rights in the city, directory of home owners of the various businesses, public offices, and institutions with the new and old street numbers (business directory).
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- Fürth Magistrat. Germany, Bavaria, Fürth, emigration records and city directories. Stadtarchiv Fürth, Bayern, Germany.
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