Address directories are good resources for many types of research:
All of the directories listed below from the Library of Congress collections include both business and private addresses.
We provide finding aids for the two volumes of the address directory from 1923, because each one of its chapters starts with page number 1. We compiled a table of contents with the digital image numbers for both volumes.
As street names have been changed over time, researchers might find it useful to consult one of the older street guides for Bucharest (ghidul străzilor) available in the Library of Congress, or historic maps of the towns that they are researching.
The following collection titles link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. If you would like us to retrieve directories for you before you visit our library, you can contact us through our Ask a Librarian service.
|City, county, or region
|Title in Romanian
|Title in English
Volume I covers București
Volume II covers the rest of Romania
Anuarul "Socec" al României-Mari
|"Socec" Annuary of Greater Romania
Compiled 1922-23, published in later years without updates. It is the most complete survey of Greater Romania during the interwar period.
See our finding aids:
Almanach du high-life
|Calendar of the newspaper called High-Life
Directories of diplomats, embassies, consulates, government, the royal family, and charity organizations.
Directory of appr. 3,000 members of society, their office or profession, address, family members, women’s maiden names, telephone numbers.
Also contains calendar, information about horse racing, music, and sports.
Anuarul de adrese din cuprinsul municipiului București.
|Annual directory of addresses of Bucharest municipality
Organizations. Lists ministries, agencies, schools, cultural associations, etc.
Individuals. Includes an alphabetical listing of companies, tradesmen, and practitioners of the free professions.
The subscription resources marked with a padlock are available to researchers on-site at the Library of Congress. If you are unable to visit the Library, you may be able to access these resources through your local public or academic library.