This is a request for anyone who likes to figure out puzzles! I'm working on a family tree for my husband, whose family was living in Cleveland in the 1920s. I found the address on the 1920 Census, but can't read the street name. It looks like it ends in 2 L's (or maybe 2 T's) and MAYBE begins with an F, S, B, or R. I know that the census taker was on E 46th Street right before getting to this street and went to E 43rd Street right after, so it has to be somewhere close to those two streets. It is also likely in a jewish neighborhood, or what was a jewish neighborhood in the 1920s.
I tried to post a link to the actual census, but the link doesn't work. I truly appreciate any help or ideas!
IUI #1: December 2008 - BFN
IVF #1: Microdose Lupron - July 2009; only got 1 egg; BFN
IVF #2: Natural IVF - Sept 2009; BFP!; D&C Nov. 2009
IVF #3: Natural IVF - ER: Feb 4, 2010 - 1 "M2" egg retrieved; ET: Feb 9; Beta#1 (19dpo): 2567; Beta #2: 6933; BFP w/ singleton w/strong hrtbt! DS born October 2010
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