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1 Publication Number: M-1509 Publication Title: World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards Date Published: n.d. WORLD WAR I SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS On May 18, 1917, the Selective Service Act was passed authorizing the President to increase temporarily the military establishment of the United States. The Selective Service System, under the office of the Provost Marshal General, was responsible for the process of selecting men for induction into the military service, from the initial registration to the actual delivery of men to military training camps. The Selective Service System was one of "supervised decentralization. The office of the Provost Marshal General in Washington was responsible for formulating policy and transmitting it to the governors of the 48 states, the territories of Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Under the administration of the PMGO, it was the states, territories, and the District of Columbia which managed the operation of drafting men for military service in World War I. Under the office of the Provost Marshal General, the Selective Service System was made up of 52 state (or territory) offices, 155 district boards, 1319 medical advisory boards, and 4648 local boards. These organizations were responsible for registering men, classifying them, taking into consideration needs for manpower in certain industries and in agriculture, as well as certain special family situations of the registrants; handling any appeals of these classifications; determining the medical fitness of individual registrants; determining the order in which registrants would be called; calling registrants; and placing them on trains to training centers. The President established district boards, one or more for each Federal Judicial District. The average district board had jurisdiction over approximately 30 local boards, each with an average registration of 5000 men. The district boards had appellate jurisdiction over the decision of local boards in some claims and original jurisdiction in others. Local boards were established for each county or similar subdivision in each state, and for each 30,000 persons (approximately) in each city or county with a population over 30,000. The local boards were charged with the registration, determination of order, and serial numbers, classification, call, and entrainment of draftees. During World War I there were three registrations. The first, on June 5, 1917, was for all men between the ages of 21 and 31. The second, on June 5, 1918, registered those who attained age 21 after June 5, (A supplemental registration was held on August 24, 1918, for those becoming 21 years old after June 5, This was included in the second registration.) The third registration was held on September 12, 1918, for men age 18 through 45. The information included on each registration differs somewhat, but the general information shown includes order and serial numbers (assigned by the Selective Service System), full name, date and place of birth, race, citizenship, occupation, personal description, and signature. The registration cards consist of approximately 24,000,000 cards of men who registered for the draft (about 23% of the population in 1918). It is important to note that not all of the men who registered for the draft actually served in the military, and not all men who served in the military registered for the draft. 1

2 Moreover, these are not military service records. They end when an individual reports to the army training camp. They contain no information about an individual s military service. After the signing of the armistice of November 11, 1918, the activities of the Selective Service System were rapidly curtailed. On March 31, 1919, all local, district, and medical advisory boards were closed, and on May 21, 1919, the last state headquarters closed operations. The Provost Marshal General was relieved from duty on July 15, 1919, thereby finally terminating the activities of the Selective Service System of World War I. The records are arranged alphabetically by state, including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia; thereunder alphabetically by county or city (except for Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, which are arranged by divisions and counties); thereunder alphabetically by name of registrants. In rural areas one should be able to find a registrant s card knowing his name and the county in which he registered. For large cities and in some larger counties, the search could be more difficult. In New York City, for instance, there were 189 local boards. Microfilm publication M1860, Boundary Maps of Selected Cities and Counties of World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Boards, may of some assistance in narrowing down the problem to the appropriate board. Related records include Classification Lists or Docket Books maintained by local boards to show the process of classification, physical examination, claim for exemption or discharge from the draft, and the appeal process for each registrant. Each local board also maintained lists of men ordered to report to the board for induction. These show (for each individual ordered to report) the name, mobilization camp to which he was to report and the date he was to report, and the certification of officials of the mobilization camp that the man had (or had not) reported as ordered. There are also records of the appeals process, and records relating to American registrants living abroad and aliens living in the United States. CONTENTS Roll AL1 AL2 AL3 AL4 AL5 AL6 AL7 AL8 AL9 Description Alabama Autauga County; A-Z Baldwin County; A-Hubbart Baldwin County; H-Z Barbour County; A-L Barbour County; L-Z Bibb County; A-L Bibb County; L-Z Birmingham City # 1; A-H Birmingham City # 1; H-Z Birmingham City # 2; A-B Birmingham City # 2; B-L Birmingham City # 2; L-Z Birmingham City # 3; A-B Birmingham City # 3; B-L Birmingham City # 3; L-Z 2

3 AL10 AL11 AL12 AL13 AL14 AL15 AL16 AL17 AL18 AL19 AL20 AL21 AL22 AL23 AL24 AL25 AL26 AL27 AL28 AL29 AL30 AL31 AL32 AL33 AL34 AL35 AL36 AL37 Birmingham City # 4; A-T Birmingham City # 4; T-Z Birmingham City # 5; A-K Birmingham City # 5; K-Z Birmingham City # 6; A-C Birmingham City # 6; C-Z Blount County; A-B Blount County; B-Z Bullock County; A-B Bullock County; C-Z Butler County; A-J Butler County; J-Z Calhoun County; A-E Calhoun County; E-S Calhoun County; S-Z Chambers County; A-H Chambers County; H-Z Cherokee County; A-D Cherokee County; D-Z Chilton County; A-M Chilton County; M-Z Choctaw County; A-W Choctaw County; W-Z Clarke County; A-Z Clay County; A-Z Cleburne County; A-Z Coffee County; A-L Coffee County; L-Z Colbert County; A-H Colbert County; H-Z Conecuh County; A-D Conecuh County; D-Z Coosa County; A-S Coosa County; S-Z Covington County; A-N Covington County; N-Z Crenshaw County; A-R Crenshaw County; R-Z Cullman County; A-O Cullman County; O-Z Dale County; A-T Dale County; T-Z Dallas County; A-M Dallas County; M-Z DeKalb County; A-F DeKalb County; F-Z Elmore County; A-Jesse Edwards Elmore County; E-Z Escambia County; A-B Escambia County; B-W Escambia County; W-Z 3

4 AL38 AL39 AL40 AL41 AL42 AL43 AL44 AL45 AL46 AL47 AL48 AL49 AL50 AL51 AL52 AL53 AL54 AL55 AL56 AL57 AL58 AL59 AL60 AL61 AL62 AL63 AL64 AL65 AL66 Etowah County; A-L Etowah County; L-Z Fayette County; A-Z Franklin County; A-J Franklin County; J-Z Geneva County; A-N Geneva County; N-Z Greene County; A-Z Hale County; A-H Hale County; H-Z Henry County; A-S Henry County; S-Z Houston County; A-R Houston County; R-Z Jackson County; A-M Jackson County; M-Z Jefferson County # 1; A-D Jefferson County # 1; D-M Jefferson County # 1; M-Wh Jefferson County # 1; Wi-Z Jefferson County # 2; A-R Jefferson County # 2; R-Z Jefferson County # 3; A-G Jefferson County # 3; G-W Jefferson County # 3; W-Z Lamar County; A-Z Lauderdale County; A-C Lauderdale County; C-V Lauderdale County; V-Z Lawrence County; A-Z Lee County; A-Z Limestone County; A-Z Lowndes County; A-Z Macon County; A-Mc Macon County; Mc-Z Madison County; A-H Madison County; H-V Madison County; V-Z Marengo County; A-T Marengo County; T-Z Marion County; A-Z Marshall County; A-C Marshall County; C-Z Mobile City # 1; A-M Mobile City # 1; M-Z Mobile City # 2; A-J Mobile City # 2; J-Z Mobile County; A-E Mobile County; E-S Mobile County; S-Z Monroe County; A-P 4

5 AL67 AL68 AL69 AL70 AL71 AL72 AL73 AL74 AL75 AL76 AL77 AL78 AL79 AL80 AL81 AL82 AL83 AL84 AL85 AL86 AK1 AK2 AK3 Monroe County; P-Z Montgomery City # 1; A-H Montgomery City # 1; H-W Montgomery City # 1; W-Z Montgomery County; A-Z Morgan County; A-R Morgan County; R-Z Perry County; A-T Perry County; T-Z Pickens County; A-W Pickens County; W-Z Pike County; A-W Pike County; W-Z Randolph County; A-Z Russell County; A-Z St. Clair County; A-G St. Clair County; G-Z Shelby County; A-H Shelby County; H-Z Sumter County; A-L Sumter County; L-Z Talledega County; A-K Talledga County; K-Z Tallapoosa County; A-I Tallapoosa County; I-Z Tuscaloosa County; A-E Tuscaloosa County; E-N Tuscaloosa County; N-Z Walker County; A-C Walker County; C-M Walker County; M-Z Washington County; A-H Washington County; H-Z Wilcox County; A-R Wilcox County; R-Z Winston County; A-Z Alaska Anchorage City; A-Z Cordova City; A-Z Douglas City; A-Z Eagle City; A-Z Fairbanks City; A-K Fairbanks City; K-Z Haines City; A-Z Iditarod City; A-Z Juneau City; A-Z Ketchikan City; A-Z McCarthy City; A-Z Nenana City; A-Z Nome City; A-Z 5

6 AK4 Petersburg City; A-Z Ruby City; A-Z Seward City; A-Z Sitka City; A-Z St. Michael; A-Z Skagway; A-Z Tanana City; A-Z Valdez City; A-Z Wrangell; A-Z AZ1 Arizona Apache County; A-Z Cochise County ; A-E AZ2 Cochise County ; E -L AZ3 Cochise County ; M-Sk AZ4 Cochise County ; Sk-Z Coconino County; A -K AZ5 Coconino County; L-Z Gila County; A-G AZ6 Gila County; G-R AZ7 Gila County; R-Z Graham County; A-Z AZ8 Greenlee County; A-S AZ9 Greenlee County; S-Z Maricopa County; A-F AZ10 Maricopa County; F-M AZ11 Maricopa County; M-T AZ12 Maricopa County; T-Z Mohave County ; A-Z AZ13 Navajo County; A-Z Pima County; A-G AZ14 Pima County; G-V AZ15 Pima County; V-Z Pinal County; A-P AZ16 Pinal County; P-Z Santa Cruz County; A-Z AZ17 Yavapai County; A-Me AZ18 Yavapai County; Me-Z AZ19 Yuma County; A-Z AR1 AR2 AR3 AR4 AR5 AR6 Arkansas Arkansas County; A-Z Ashley County; A-Z Baxter County; A-Z Benton County; A-H Benton County; H-Z Boone County; A-N Boone County; N-Z Bradley County; A-Z Calhoun County; A-Mc Calhoun County; Mc-Z 6

7 AR7 AR8 AR9 AR10 AR11 AR12 AR13 AR14 AR15 AR16 AR17 AR18 AR19 AR20 AR21 AR22 AR23 AR24 AR25 AR26 AR27 AR28 AR29 AR30 AR31 Carroll County; A-Z Chicot County; A-G Chicot County; G-Z Clark County; A-L Clark County; L-Z Clay County; A-Mc Clay County; Mc-Z Cleburn County; A-Z Cleveland County; A-Z Columbia County; A-Ma Columbia County; Ma-Z Conway County; A-S Conway County; T-Z Craighead County; A-Mc Craighead County; Mc-Z Crawford County; A-K Crawford County; K-Z Crittenden County; A-H Crittenden County; H-Z Cross County; A-P Cross County; P-Z Dallas County; A-Z Desha County; A-D Desha County; D-Z Drew County; A-H Drew County; H-Z Faulkner County; A-L Faulkner County; L-Z Franklin County; A-S Franklin County; S-Z Fulton County; A-Z Garland County; A-G Garland County; G-Z Grant County; A-S Grant County; S-Z Green County; A-U Green County; U-Z Hempstead County; A-S Hempstead County; S-Z Hot Springs County; A-Z Howard County; A-Z Independence County; A-C Independence County; C-Z Izard County; A-J Izard County; J-Z Jackson County; A-R Jackson County; R-Z Jefferson County # 1; A-T Jefferson County # 1; T-Z Jefferson County # 2; A-M Jefferson County # 2; M-Z 7

8 Johnson County; A-L AR32 Johnson County; L-Z LaFayette County; A-Z AR33 Lawrence County; A-Z Lee County; A-C AR34 Lee County; C-Z AR35 Lincoln County; A-Z Little River County; A-D AR36 Little River County; D-Z Little Rock City # 1; A-H AR37 Little Rock City # 1; H-Z Little Rock City # 2; A-Boa AR38 Little Rock City # 2; Boa -Z AR39 Logan County; A-N AR40 Logan County; N-Z Lonoke County; A-L AR41 Lonoke County; L-Z Madison County; A-S AR42 Madison County; S-Z Marion County; A-Z Miller County; A-H AR43 Miller County; H-Z Mississippi County; A-D AR44 Mississippi County; D-R AR45 Mississippi County; R-Z Monroe County; A-H AR46 Monroe County; H-Z Montgomery County; A-Z AR47 Nevada County; A-Z Newton County; A-S AR48 Newton County; S-Z Ouachita County; A-Z AR49 Perry County; A-Z Phillips County; A-G AR50 Phillips County; G-Smith AR51 Phillips County; Smith-Z Pike County; A-Z AR52 Poinsett County; A-S AR53 Poinsett County; S-Z Polk County; A-Z Pope County; A-C AR54 Pope County; C-Z Prairie County; A-F AR55 Prairie County; F-Z Pulaski County # 1; A-L AR56 Pulaski County # 1; L-Z Pulaski County # 2; A-R AR57 Pulaski County # 2; R-Z Randolph County; A-Z St. Francis County; A-C AR58 St. Francis County; C-Z 8

9 AR59 AR60 AR61 AR62 AR63 AR64 AR65 AR66 AR67 AR68 AR69 CA1 CA2 CA3 CA4 CA5 CA6 CA7 CA8 CA9 CA10 CA11 CA12 CA13 CA14 Saline County; A-Z Scott County; A-S Scott County; S-Z Searcy County; A-Z Sebastian County # 1; A-G Sebastian County # 1; G-Z Sebastian County # 2; A-F Sebastian County # 2; F-Z Sevier County; A-M Sevier County; M-Z Sharp County; A-Z Stone County; A-Z Union County; A-W Union County; M-Z Van Buren County; A-Z Washington County; A-H Washington County; H-Z White County; A-C White County; C-W White County; W-Z Woodruff County; A-Z Yell County; A-Z CALIFORNIA Alameda County # 1; A-Sp Alameda County # 1; Sp-Z Alameda County # 2; A-M Alameda County # 2; M-Z Alameda County # 3; A-Z Alpine County; A-Z Amador County; A-Z Berkeley City # 1; A-M Berkeley City # 1; M-Z Berkeley City # 2; A-Mac Berkeley City # 2; Mac-Z Butte County; A-Hoad Butte County; Hoad-Z Calaveras County; A-R Calaveras County; R-Z Colusa County; A-Z Contra Costa County # 1; A-D Contra Costa County # 1; D-R Contra Costa County #1; R-Z Contra Costa County # 2; A-G Contra Costa County # 2; G-W Contra Costa County # 2; W-Z Del Norte County; A-Z El Dorado County # 1; A-Z Fresno County # 1; A-D Fresno County # 1; D-P Fresno County # 1; P-Z 9

10 CA15 CA16 CA17 CA18 CA19 CA20 CA21 CA22 CA23 CA24 CA25 CA26 CA27 CA28 CA29 CA30 CA31 CA32 CA33 CA34 CA35 CA36 CA37 CA38 CA39 CA40 CA41 CA42 CA43 Fresno County # 2; A-D Fresno County # 2; D-R Fresno County # 2; R-Z Fresno City; A-Di Fresno City; Di-M Fresno City; M-Z Glenn County; A-Z Humboldt County; A-F Humboldt County; F-S Humboldt County; S-Z Imperial County; A-F Imperial County; F-P Imperial County; P-Z Inyo County; A-L Inyo County; L-Z Kern County # 1; A-L Kern County # 1; L-Z Kern County # 2; A-Bu Kern County # 2; Bu-P Kern County # 2; P-Z Kings County; A-K Kings County; K-Z Lake County; A-Z Lassen County; A-J Lassen County; J-Z Los Angeles City # 1; A-Z Los Angeles City # 2; A-Z Los Angeles City # 3; A-D Los Angeles City # 3; D-Z Los Angeles City # 4; A-Z Los Angeles City # 5; A-Mc Los Angeles City # 5; Mc-Z Los Angeles City # 6; A-R Los Angeles City # 6; R-Z Los Angeles City # 7; A-R Los Angeles City # 7; R-Z Los Angeles City # 8; A -S Los Angeles City # 8; T-Z Los Angeles City # 9; A-Z Los Angeles City # 10; A-C Los Angeles City # 10; C-Z Los Angeles City # 11; A-L Los Angeles City # 11; L-Z Los Angeles City # 12; A-Z Los Angeles City # 13; A-Z Los Angeles City # 14; A-K Los Angeles City # 14; K-Z Los Angeles City # 15; A-E Los Angeles City # 15; E-R Los Angeles City # 15 ; R-Z Los Angeles City # 16; A-Cr 10

11 CA44 CA45 CA46 CA47 CA48 CA49 CA50 CA51 CA52 CA53 CA54 CA55 CA56 CA57 CA58 CA59 CA60 CA61 CA62 CA63 CA64 CA65 CA66 CA67 CA68 CA69 CA70 CA71 CA72 CA73 CA74 Los Angeles City # 16; Cr-Mart. Los Angeles City # 16; Mart.-V Los Angeles City # 16; V-Z Los Angeles City # 17; A-D Los Angeles City # 17; D-J Los Angeles City # 17; J-O Los Angeles City # 17; O-T Los Angeles City # 17; T-Z Los Angeles City # 18; A-F Los Angeles City # 18; F-T Los Angeles City #18; T-Z Los Angeles County # 1; A-L Los Angeles County # 1; L-Z Los Angeles County # 2; A-D Los Angeles County # 2; D-Z Los Angeles County # 3; A-C Los Angeles County # 3; C-Z Los Angeles County # 4; A-Z Los Angeles County # 5; A-J Los Angeles County # 5; J-Sp Los Angeles County # 5; Sp-Z Los Angeles County # 6; A-K Los Angeles County # 6; K-Z Los Angeles County # 7; A-E Los Angeles County # 7; E-Z Los Angeles County # 8; A-Z Madera County; A-Z Marin County; A-H Marin County; H-Z Mariposa County; A-Z Mendocino County; A-C Mendocino County; C-Z Merced County; A-So Merced County; So-Z Modoc County; A-Z Mono County; A-Z Monterey County; A-H Monterey County; H-Z Napa County; A-C Napa County; C-Z Nevada County; A-M Nevada County; M-Z Oakland City # 1; A-L Oakland City # 1; L-Z Oakland City # 2; A-D Oakland City # 2; D-Z Oakland City # 3; A-V Oakland City # 3; V-Z Oakland City # 4; A-Si Oakland City # 4; Si-Z Oakland City # 5; A-He 11

12 CA75 CA76 CA77 CA78 CA79 CA80 CA81 CA82 CA83 CA84 CA85 CA86 CA87 CA88 CA89 CA90 CA91 CA92 CA93 CA94 CA95 CA96 CA97 CA98 CA99 CA100 CA101 CA102 CA103 CA104 CA105 CA106 Oakland City # 5; He-St Oakland City # 5; St-Z California, Oakland City # 6; A-M Oakland City # 6; M-Z Oakland City # 7; A-J Oakland City #7; J-Z Orange County #1; A-H Orange County # 1; H-Z Orange County # 2; A-F Orange County # 2; F-Z Pasadena City # 1; A-Z Pasadena City # 2; A-L Pasadena City # 2; L-Z Placer County; A-R Placer County; R-Z Plumas County; A-Z Riverside County # 1; A-G Riverside County # 1; G-Z Riverside County # 2; A-Ho Riverside County # 2; Ho-Z Sacramento City # 1; A-F Sacramento City # 1; F-Z Sacramento County #1; A-L Sacramento County # 1; L-V Sacramento County#1; V-Z Sacramento County #2; A-Mi Sacramento County #2; Mi-Z San Benito County; A-S San Benito County; S-Z San Bernadino County # 1; A-Lo San Bernadino County # 1; Lo-W San Bernadino County # 1; W-Z San Bernadino County # 2; A-Z San Bernadino County # 3; A-Z San Diego City # 1; A-Co San Diego City # 1; Co-Z San Diego City # 2; A-Kn San Diego City # 2; Kn-W San Diego City # 2; W-Z San Diego County; A-P San Diego County; P-Z San Francisco City # 1; A-Co San Francisco City # 1; Co-Johnson San Francisco City # 1; Johnson-P San Francisco City # 1; P-W San Francisco City # 1; W-Z San Francisco City # 2; A-Ma San Francisco City # 2; Ma-Z San Francisco City # 3; A-D San Francisco City # 3; D-S San Francisco City # 3; S-Z 12

13 CA107 CA108 CA109 CA110 CA111 CA112 CA113 CA114 CA115 CA116 CA117 CA118 CA119 CA120 CA121 CA122 CA123 CA124 CA125 CA126 CA127 CA128 CA129 CA130 CA131 CA132 CA133 CA134 CA135 CA136 CA137 CA138 CA139 CA140 CA141 CA142 CA143 CA144 San Francisco City # 4; A-H San Francisco City # 4; H-Z San Francisco City # 5; A-K San Francisco City # 5; K-Z San Francisco City # 6; A-L San Francisco City # 6; L-Z San Francisco City # 7; A-S San Francisco City # 7; S-Z San Francisco City # 8; A-K San Francisco City # 8; K-Z San Francisco City # 9; A-Br San Francisco City # 9; Br-Mi San Francisco City # 9; Mi-Z San Francisco City # 10; A-Ci San Francisco City # 10; Ci-Ma San Francisco City # 10; Ma-Z San Francisco City # 11; A-S San Francisco City # 11; S-Z San Francisco City # 12; A-F San Francisco City # 12; F-Mo San Francisco City # 12; Mo-Z San Francisco City # 13; A-Co San Francisco City # 13; Co-Gro San Francisco City # 13; Gro-Lu San Francisco City # 13; Lu Pu San Francisco City # 13; Pu-Vi San Francisco City # 13; Vi-Z San Francisco City # 14; A-Gi San Francisco City # 14; Gi-Pi San Francisco City # 14; Pi-Z San Jose City; A-F San Jose City; F-Z San Luis Obispo County; A-Z San Mateo County; A-M San Mateo County; M-Z Santa Barbara County; A-Br Santa Barbara County; Br-Mo Santa Barbara County; Mo-Z Santa Clara County # 1; A-D Santa Clara County # 1; D-Z Santa Clara County # 2; A-T Santa Clara County # 2; T-Z Santa Cruz County; A-W Santa Cruz County; W-Z Shasta County; A-Z Sierra County; A-Z Siskiyou County; A-Ru Siskiyou County; Ru-Z Solano County; A-Hu Solano County; Hu-Z Sonoma County # 1; A-V 13

14 CA145 CA146 CA147 CA148 CA149 CA150 CA151 CA152 CA153 CA154 CA155 CA156 CA157 CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5 CO6 CO7 CO8 CO9 CO10 CO11 Sonoma County # 1; W-Z Sonoma County # 2; A-Z Stanislaus County; A-M Stanislaus County; M-Z Stockton City; A-Be Stockton City; Be-Jo Stockton City; Jo-Sc Stockton City; Sc-Z Sutter County; A-Z Tehama County; A-Z Trinity County; A-Z Tulare County # 1; A-E Tulare County # 1; E-Sm Tulare County # 1; Sm-Z Tulare County # 2; A-T Tulare County # 2; T-Z Tuolumne County; A-Z Ventura County; A-G Ventura County; G-Z Yolo County; A-Z Yuba County; A-Z Colorado Adams County; A-Z Alamosa County; A-Z Arapahoe County; A-L Arapahoe County; L-Z Archuleta County; A-Z Baca County; A-Z Bent County; A-Z Boulder County; A-Hi Boulder County; Hi - Z Chaffee County; A-R Chaffee County; R-Z Cheyenne County; A-Z Clear Creek County; A-Z Colorado Springs City; A-M Colorado Springs City; M-Z Conejos County; A-Z Costilla County; A-Z Crowley County; A-Z Custer County; A-Z Delta County; A-Z Denver City #1; A-D Denver City #1; D-Z Denver City #2; A-G Denver City #2; G-Z Denver City #3; A-F Denver City #3; F-Z Denver City #4; A-K Denver City #4; K-Z 14

15 CO12 CO13 CO14 CO15 CO16 CO17 CO18 CO19 CO20 CO21 CO22 CO23 CO24 CO25 CO26 CO27 CO28 CO29 CO30 Denver City #5; A-T Denver City #5; T-Z Denver City #6; A-Z Denver City #7; A-N Denver City #7; N-Z Denver City #8; A-H Denver City #8; H-Z Denver City #9; A-D Denver City #9; D-Z Delores County; A-Z Douglas County; A-Z Eagle County; A-Z Elbert County; A-Z El Paso County; A-Q El Paso County; Q-Z Fremont County; A-Z Garfield County; A-M Garfield County; M-Z Gilpin County; A-Z Grand County; A-Z Gunnison County; A-Z Hinsdale County; A-Z Huerfano County; A-H Huerfano County; H-Z Jackson County; A-Z Jefferson County; A-S Jefferson County; S-Z Kiowa County; A-Z Kit Carson County; A-Z Lake County; A-R Lake County; R-Z La Plata County; A-Z Larimer County; A-J Larimer County; J-Z Las Animas County; A-D Las Animas County; D-R Las Animas County; R-Z Lincoln County; A-Z Logan County; A-Z Mesa County; A-C Mesa County; D-Z Mineral County; A-Z Moffat County; A-Z Montezuma County; A-Z Montrose County; A-Z Morgan County; A-K Morgan County; L-Z Otero County; A-P Otero County; P-Z Ouray County; A-Z Park County; A-Z 15

16 CO31 CO32 CO33 CO34 CO35 CO36 CO37 CO38 CO39 CO40 Phillips County; A-Z Pitkin County; A-Z Prowers County; A-Z Pueblo City #1; A-K Pueblo City #1; K-Z Pueblo City #2; A-K Pueblo City #2; K-Z Pueblo County; A-M Pueblo County; M-Z Rio Blanco County; A-Z Rio Grande County; A-Z Routt County; A-M Routt County; M-Z Saguache County; A-Z San Juan County; A-Z San Miguel County; A-Z Sedgwick County; A-Z Summit County; A-Z Teller County; A-Z Washington County; A-P Washington County; P-Z Weld County #1; A-M Weld County #1; M-Z Weld County #2; A-G Weld County #2; H-Z Yuma County; A-Z CT1 Connecticut Bridgeport City # 1; A-L CT2 Bridgeport City # 1; L-W CT3 Bridgeport City # 1; W-Z Bridgeport City # 2; A-R CT4 Bridgeport City # 2; R-Z Bridgeport City # 3; A-H CT5 Bridgeport City # 3; H-W CT6 Bridgeport City # 3; W-Z Bridgeport City # 4; A-M CT7 Bridgeport City # 4; M-Z Bridgeport City # 5; A-Chi CT8 Bridgeport City # 5; Chi-S CT9 Bridgeport City # 5; S-Z Bridgeport City # 6; A-K CT10 Bridgeport City # 6; K-Z Hartford City # 1; A-Bro CT11 Hartford City # 1; Bro-Mar CT12 Hartford City # 1; Mar-Z Hartford City # 2; A-Bon CT13 Hartford City # 2; Bon- L CT14 Hartford City # 2; L -U CT15 Hartford City # 2; U-Z Hartford City # 3; A-Ge 16

17 CT16 CT17 CT18 CT19 CT20 CT21 CT22 CT23 CT24 CT25 CT26 CT27 CT28 CT29 CT30 CT31 CT32 CT33 CT34 CT35 CT36 CT37 CT38 CT39 CT40 CT41 CT42 CT43 CT44 CT45 CT46 CT47 CT48 CT49 CT50 Hartford City # 3; Ge-R Hartford City # 3; R-Z New Britain City # 1; A-F New Britain City # 1; F-Y New Britain City # 1; Y-Z New Britain City # 2; A-R New Britain City # 2; R-Z New Haven City # 1; A-M New Haven City # 1; M-Z New Haven City # 2; A-G New Haven City # 2; G-Z New Haven City # 3; A-M New Haven City # 3; M-Z New Haven City # 4; A-D New Haven City # 4; D-Z New Haven City # 5; A-Cr New Haven City # 5; Cr-St New Haven City # 5; St-Z New Haven City # 6; A-P New Haven City # 6; P-Z Stamford City; A-Gr Stamford City; Gr-T Stamford City; T-Z Waterbury City # 1; A-Go Waterbury City # 1; Go-S Waterbury City # 1; S-Z Waterbury City # 2; A-G Waterbury City # 2; G-Z Waterbury City # 3; A-Bon Waterbury City # 3; Bon-Ki Waterbury City # 3; Ki-Sh Waterbury City # 3; Sh-Z Hartford County # 1; A-Go Hartford County # 1; Go-Tr Hartford County # 1; Tr-Z Hartford County # 2; A-H Hartford County # 2; H-Si Hartford County # 2; Si-Z Hartford County # 3; A-He Hartford County # 3; He-Z New Haven County # 1; A-N New Haven County # 2; A-G New Haven County # 2; G-Z New Haven County # 3; A-Z New Haven County # 4; A-To New Haven County # 4; To-Z New Haven County # 5; A-Ho New Haven County # 5; Ho-Sh New Haven County # 5; Sh-Z New London County # 1; A-Gi New London County # 1; Gi-Sh 17

18 CT51 CT52 CT53 CT54 CT55 CT56 CT57 CT58 CT59 CT60 CT61 CT62 CT63 CT64 CT65 CT66 CT67 DE1 DE2 DE3 DE4 DE5 DE6 DE7 DE8 DE9 DE10 DC1 DC2 New London County # 1; Sh-Z New London County # 2; A-Li New London County # 2; Li-Z New London County # 3; A-G New London County # 3; G-Z Fairfield County # 1; A-Sa Fairfield County # 1; Sa-Z Fairfield County # 2; A-I Fairfield County # 2; I-W Fairfield County # 2; W-Z Fairfield County # 3; A-Mo Fairfield County # 3; Mo-Z Fairfield County # 4; A-L Fairfield County # 4; L-Z Windham County # 1; A-M Windham County # 1; M-Z Windham County # 2; A-N Windham County # 2; N-Z Litchfield County # 1; A-Ko Litchfield County # 1; Ko-Z Litchfield County # 2; A-G Litchfield County # 2; G-Z Litchfield County # 3; A-Ch Litchfield County # 3; Ch-Z Middlesex County # 1; A-D Middlesex County # 1; D-Z Middlesex County # 2; A-J Middlesex County # 2; J-Z Tolland County; A-M Tolland County; M-Z Delaware Kent County; A-Z New Castle County; A-Mo New Castle County; Mo-Z Sussex County; A-E Sussex County; E-V Sussex County; V-Z Wilmington City #1; A-L Wilmington City #1; L-Z Wilmington City #2; A-F Wilmington City #2; F-Z Wilmington City #3; A-Po Wilmington City #3; Po-Z Wilmington City #4; A-K Wilmington City #4; K-Z District of Columbia District of Columbia # 1; A-M District of Columbia # 1; M-Z District of Columbia # 2; A-C 18

19 DC3 DC4 DC5 DC6 DC7 DC8 DC9 DC1O DC11 DC12 DC13 DC14 DC15 DC16 DC17 FL1 FL2 FL3 FL4 FL5 FL6 FL7 FL8 FL9 FL10 FL11 FL12 FL13 District of Columbia # 2; C-Po District of Columbia # 2; Po-Z District of Columbia # 3; A-G District of Columbia # 3; H-Z District of Columbia Board # 4; A-S District of Columbia Board # 4; S-Z District of Columbia Board # 5; A-J District of Columbia Board # 5; J-Z District of Columbia Board # 6; A-C District of Columbia Board # 6; C-O District of Columbia Board # 6; O-Z District of Columbia Board # 7; A-Ho District of Columbia Board # 7; Ho-Z District of Columbia Board # 8; A-F District of Columbia Board # 8; F-St District of Columbia Board # 9; A-L District of Columbia Board # 9; L-Z District of Columbia Board # 10; A-D District of Columbia Board # 10; D-Sh District of Columbia Board # 10; Sh-Z District of Columbia Board # 11; A-M District of Columbia Board # 11; M-Z Florida Alachua County; A-T Alachua County; T-Z Baker County; A-Z Bay County; A-Z Bradford County; A-E Bradford County; E-Z Brevard County; A-Z Broward County; A-Z Calhoun County; A-Z Citrus County; A-Z Clay County; A-Z Columbia County; A-K Columbia County; K-Z Dade County; A-J Dade County; J-Z De Soto County; A-Z Duval County; A-Si Duval County; Si-Z Escambia County; A-J Escambia County; J-Z Flagler County; A-Z Franklin County; A-Z Gadsden County; A-Z Hamilton County; A-Z Hernando County; A-Z Hillsborough County; A-G Hillsborough County; G-Z 19

20 FL14 FL15 FL16 FL17 FL18 FL19 FL20 FL21 FL22 FL23 FL24 FL25 FL26 FL27 FL28 FL29 FL30 FL31 FL32 FL33 FL34 FL35 FL36 FL37 FL38 Holmes County; A-Z Jackson County; A-M Jackson County; M-Z Jacksonville City # 1; A-L Jacksonville City # 1; L-Z Jacksonville City # 2; A-H Jacksonville City # 2; H-Z Jacksonville City # 3; A-Br Jacksonville City # 3; Br-Mo Jacksonville City # 3; Mo-Z Jefferson County; A-N Jefferson County; N-Z Lafayette County; A-Z Lake County; A-Z Lee County; A-Z Leon County; A-Z Levy County; A-Z Liberty County; A-Z Madison County; A-M Madison County; M-Z Manatee County; A-Z Marion County; A-Z Monroe County; A-D Monroe County; D-Z Nassau County; A-Z Okaloosa County; A-Z Okeechobee County; A-Z Orange County; A-Z Osceola County; A-Z Palm Beach County; A-H Palm Beach County; H-Z Pasco County; A-Z Pinellas County; A-H Pinellas County; H-Z Polk County; A-H Polk County; H-Z Putnam County; A-Z St. Johns County; A-T St. Johns County; T-Z St. Lucie County; A-Z Santa Rosa County; A-Z Seminole County; A-Z Sumter County; A-Z Suwannee County; A-J Suwannee County; K-Z Tampa City # 1; A-N Tampa City # 1; O-Z Tampa City # 2; A-S. Llosa Tampa City # 2; E. Lloret-Z Taylor County; A-Z Volusia County; A-Z 20

21 FL39 GA1 GA2 GA3 GA4 GA5 GA6 GA7 GA8 GA9 GA10 GA11 GA12 GA13 GA14 GA15 GA16 GA17 GA18 GA19 GA20 GA21 GA22 GA23 GA24 Wakulla County; A-Z Walton County; A-Z Washington County; A-Z Georgia Appling County; A-Z Atlanta City # 1; A-G Atlanta City # 1; H-Z Atlanta City # 2; A-Z Atlanta City # 3; A-V Atlanta City # 3; W-Z Atlanta City # 4; A-Q Atlanta City # 4; R-Z Atlanta City # 5; A-L Atlanta City # 5; M-Z Atlanta City # 6; A-L Atlanta City # 6; M-Z Atlanta City # 7; A-J Atlanta City # 7; K-Z Augusta City # 1; A-G Augusta City # 1; H-Z Augusta City # 2; A-G Augusta City # 2; H-Z Bacon County; A-Z Baker County; A-Z Baldwin County; A-Z Banks County; A-I Banks County; J-Z Barrow County; A-Z Bartow County; A-H Bartow County; I-Z Ben Hill County; A-Z Berrien County; A-Z Bibb County; A-Z Bleckley County; A-Z Brooks County; A-Z Bryan County; A-Z Bulloch County; A-Z Burke County; A-Z Butts County; A-Z Calhoun County; A-Z Camden County; A-Z Campbell County; A-Z Candler County; A-Z Carroll County; A-C Carroll County; D-Z Catoosa County; A-Z Charlton County; A-Z Chatham County; A-Z Chattahoochee County; A-Z Chattooga County; A-Z 21

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