Radburn, A Town for the Motor Age


10 Brearley Crescent1
b. 1929

10 Brearley Crescent was occupied by Blodgett Sage from 1931 until after 1941.2,3

New York Times, 2 May 1930
     A house in Radburn being build by the City Housing Corporation has been sold to Blodgett Sage of Rutherford.4

Blodgett Sage married Mary M.2 Blodgett Sage was a salesman.2

Arts and Crafts Guild, 1932
Woodcraft Class will meet with Mr S B Sage and Mr Oliver C Hall in the workshop. Instructions will be given in furniture design, construction of book cases, children's furniture, garden and porch furniture, coffee tables, footstools and the like. Assistance on furniture repairing. A new workbench, and some motorized equipment, jig and lathe are available. Mr. Sage has designed and build many pieces of furniture without the use of power equipment. He has had training in woodworking, metal working, forge and machine shop practice, and is a consultant on furniture design. Mr Hall's engineering training and knowledge of woodworking will provide much useful help in home construction projects.5

  1. [S2] Radburn Association, Map of Radburn, NJ, c. 1990.
  2. [S5] 1931 Directory.
  3. [S10] 1941 Directory.
  4. [S22] NY Times, May 2, 1930. pg. 46.
  5. [S20] Robert B Hudson, Hudson, pg. 109.


Compiler: Afina Broekman

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