|The Puerto Rico 1920 U.S. Federal Census is available in
microfilm or CD-ROM format. You can purchase, rent or even, possibly, check
it out for free at your public library. Films would be the more costly choice
because it would require the purchase of a film viewer (if you're going to
be working with the film at home or at the office). Here is a list of sources
you can check into.
LDS Family History Centers - Browsing is free for in-stock films (they
also have the viewers for your use). There's a $3 charge if the film has
to be ordered from elsewhere. The films must stay at the LDS Library. Check
your local phone book under "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints"
or visit them at their web site:
to find your local Family History Center.
- Sells CD's. Several imaging programs are included on the CD's to give you
flexibility in working with the images files..
- Sells microfilms and CD's. If you become a member, you get reduced
prices and get the additional option of renting films and CDs.
Expeditors - A good source for the microfilms and the film readers.
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
The Federal Government has Regional Archives in many locations. If you are
located near one, you can view the film at their site.Check the
Archives, for a site near you. They also have a
Rental Program. This is another another source you may want to look
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