Do you know what her Blood Type was? That is another possible identifying feature that could have been known about missing girls back then.Originally Posted by Silvia
Unfortunately, back in the 1950's, missing persons cases did not receive any where near the national coverage and press that they do today. It was often only local news and one has to go through microfilm and bound copies of old newspapers page by page to come up with such stories. Then, when such a story is found you have to continue looking through later papers to see if that missing person ever turned up.
The same is true of a lot of Unidentified John and Jane Does. Sometimes, however, you can find the Does in Coroner Inquest records.