(Comma needed: P.9: Places, dates, addresses, personal titles.)  Gilman Punctuation Rules:

Use commas to set off all geographical names, items in dates (except between the month and day), addresses (except between the street name and number), and titles in names.


Birmingham, Alabama, gets its name from Birmingham, England.
July 22, 1959, was a momentous day in his life.
Who lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.?
Donald B. Lake, MD., will be the principal speaker.

Using Commas (Darling et al)

Using Commas: Exercise 1
Using Commas: Exercise 2
Using Commas: Exercise 3
Using Commas: Exercise 4
Using Commas: Exercise 5
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