1930 Census - 922
East 22nd Street - Paterson, NJ
to US Lagoses in Paterson
The 1930 US Census was
the only census in which all 8 family members
would be counted at the same address at the same time; the 1920 Census
reflected the status of each household as of January 1 of that year,
and Josephine was born on the 13th; Carmen and Manny were out of the
houss well before 1940.
The following figures
represents those lines that apply to the Lagos
family. They were living at 922 East 22nd Street. The next
two columns represent unit and family counts. The third column
gives the names; as in 1920, Anglicized, rather than birth, names are
given where there are English equivalents. Anthony is shown as
head of household, Josephine as wife and the rest as sons or daughters.
The next column shows
that the house is rented; rent is $55 per month.
read next two columns.
The next 5 columns are
sex, race, age at last birthday, marital status,
age at first marriage.
The next 2 columns are
for education. <can't read>
The next 3 columns
show country of birth of the person, the person's
father and the person's mother, respectively.
The next column,
for the foreign born, gives the language spoken in the
home before coming to the US. Following that are three columns for
codes "for official use only." Following this are 3 columns on
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These are followed by
occupation, industry and two columns for codes.
Next, for those with
an occupation,whether or not currently employed,
with the next column only applicable if the answer to the first is
Finally, whether or
not the person is a veteran.