The release of 1950 federal census records has genealogists happily exploring newly available family history records. Currently available through the U.S. National Archives, the census can tell us a lot of information about our relatives’ lives. You can learn where they were living and working, and important details about the other people in the household. But can the census tell us anything about what life was really like in the 1950s?
This sent me down a doughnut rabbit hole!