(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.

Examples:

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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