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Dear Ms. Schupp,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
We were unable to find Washington Street in Manhattan on the 1880 census records using a direct search. Were you browsing using the 1870 ED? If so, you won’t find it that way in 1880 because the EDs had greatly changed between those two census years.
One way we located Washington Street on Ancestry.com was to put “Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA” in the Lived In field and “Washington Street” in the Keyword field on the search form for the 1880 Census. You could try that search, but add in a first name and surname (or just surname) to narrow the results.
If you have the specific address on Washington Street from 1870, you may have luck using Steve Morse’s ED finder for 1880: https://stevemorse.org/ed/ed.php?year=1880&state=NY&keywords=&county=New%20York%20City-Manhattan. You would need to put the house number and street name in as a Keyword. Based on those results she could browse the pages within the specific ED on Ancestry or FamilySearch.
We hope this information helps. Best of luck with your family research!
[Information provided by Elizabeth Burnes, Subject Matter Expert]
I am "assuming" that it is the name Schupp that you are researching, you did not specity.
I found a Philip Schupp in the 1880 New York Census ran a saloon and boarding house with his wife Carrie and 4 month old son Richard. Looks like it might have been at 25 Water Street.??? See Below