|1920 Federal Census Team Transcription
|Microfilmed on 6 rolls, T625-699 to T625-704|
|Enum. District Numbers||Enumeration District Descriptions (Brief)|
|T625-699||EDs 1-13, 195, 23-26, 14-22, and 187-190||Chicopee city: Wards 1-7
Towns: Agawam, Blandford, Brimfield, Chester, and West Springfield, .
|T625-700||EDs 27-50, 192, 51-57, and 62-68||Holyoke city: Wards 1-4 and Ward 6
Towns: East Longmeadow, Granville, and Holland.
Institution(s): Brightside Home for Orphan Children; Engleside Home for Girls; Bevan-Kelly Home for Aged Men
|T625-701||EDs 74-80, 85-86, 69-73, 81-84, and 179-186||Holyoke city: Wards 5 and 7
Towns: Longmeadow, Ludlow, Monson, Montgomery, Palmer, Russell, Southwick, and Westfield.
Institution(s): Monson State Hospital
|T625-702||EDs 87, 193, 88-113, and 124-134||Springfield city: Wards 1, 2, and 4
Institution(s): French Schools; Home for Aged Women; Hospital (no name); Springfield Hospital; Mercy Hospital; Wessen Maternity Hospital
|T625-703||EDs 114-123 and 135-163||Springfield city: Ward 3, 5. 6, and 7
Institution(s): County Jail; Home for Friendless Children; Home for Friendless Women and Children; Hospital; Springfield Armory
|T625-704||EDs 164-173, 194, 174-175, 196, 176-178, and 191||Springfield city: Ward 8
Towns: Tolland, Wales, Wilbraham
Institution(s): American International College; City Almshouse; Hospital; Tuberculosis Hospital; Home of the Good Shepherd