Radburn, A Town for the Motor Age


18 Aberdeen Place1
b. 1929

18 Aberdeen Place was occupied by Carl S Carlson from before the census until after 1941.2,3,4,5,6,7,8

New York Times, 23 June 1929
Carl Carlson, the occupant of 18 Aberdeen Place is mentioned among the early settlers of Radburn.9

Carl S Carlson was born in 1899 in Connecticut.2 He married Grace L in 1923.2 Carl S Carlson appeared on the 1930 Census as the head of household at 18 Aberdeen Place, with Grace L as wife, and their child Lenore.2 The value of the house was $8,500.2 Carl was in building construction as an assistant superintendant and construction manager for the City Housing Corp. At 115 (201) Plaza Road North in Radburn.2,3 He owned a radio in 1930.2 Carl S Carlson was a Veteran of the World War.2 Before Carl S Carlson came to Radburn, he lived at Sunnyside, the first development of the City Housing Corporation.9

  1. [S2] Radburn Association, Map of Radburn, NJ, c. 1990.
  2. [S1] 1930 Federal Census, T626, Roll 1312: sheet 1B (149), line 72-74.
  3. [S5] 1931 Directory.
  4. [S6] 1933 Directory.
  5. [S7] 1935 Directory.
  6. [S8] 1937 Directory.
  7. [S9] 1939 Directory.
  8. [S10] 1941 Directory.
  9. [S22] NY Times, Jun 23, 1929. pg. RE1.


Compiler: Afina Broekman

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