Adressbücher- Address Books

Former Places & Locations

ManyRoads is pleased to provide this collection of address books from West/ East Prussian, as well as other former Eastern German Provinces. We are continually seeking additional texts for inclusion on these pages. Should you know of additional West Prussian address or business books that you believe we should archive and present, please use our Contact page to let us know. Our texts have been sourced from across the Internet, we are thankful to all the organizations that have provided us with these excellent source materials.

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  1. Going forward all current & new ManyRoads documents will be available in our “xoda” libraries.
  2. Our old libraries will no longer be enhanced or expanded.
  3. The old ManyRoads libraries will have links labelled ManyRoads; any external links will have the relevant source library name.
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ManyRoads’ “Alte” Adressbücher/ “Old” Address Books

External Addressbook Collection

ManyRoads Adressbücher- Address Books

(Select by city name or area. Note: large collections take a while to open.
To sort addressbooks, click on the “filename” header, if sorting “sticks” then click on the folder name
in the breadcrumb trail, listed left of the circled “i” & try again.)

ManyRoads Membership

A lifetime ManyRoads membership is automatic with your donation of $20 or more through paypal. Your donation will help us purchase materials and resources (network bandwidth, etc.) so that we may continue to expand and share our libraries and data. We hope to continue to find new “for fee” texts to purchase and share with our readers. If you want to help us in this effort, please donate!

2 Comments

  1. Oxa
    May 09, 2011 @ 09:15:51

    It would be nice if these were in a readily accessible format (e.g., .pdf instead of .djvu).

  2. Mark Rabideau
    May 09, 2011 @ 09:19:17

    They were sourced as djvu documents and I maintain them in their original format for speed of download purposes. See the article on the topic at: http://www.many-roads.com/2009/11/21/why-djvu-and-not-pdf/

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