(124/162) Fair Lawn Ave1

It never did belong to Radburn proper, although it was located within the Radburn census district in 1930, and is still designated as Radburn in the 1931 and 1933 directories. After 1933 only people and businesses relevant to Radburn are included.2
The occupants of (124/162) Fair Lawn Ave were:

#1. Ernst Kammann (1930).
     Charles Pasi, Adelbert Philippi and Alfred Higgins were enumerated with him in the census.
The monthly rent in 1930 was $60.-.1

Ernst Kammann was born in 1876 in Germany.1 Ernst Kammann married Dorothy in 1906.1 Ernst Kammann appeared on the 1930 Census as the head of household at (124/162) Fair Lawn Ave, with Dorothy as wife, and their children Jerry and Marion. Enumerated with him was Charles Pasi, Adelbert Philippi and Alfred Higgins, boarder.1 Ernst Kammann was a clothing salesman.1 He did not own a radio in 1930.1 Dorothy was born in 1889 in Germany.1
Jerry Kammann was born in 1910 in Germany.1 Jerry Kammann was a gardener for a florist.1 Marion was born in 1914 in Germany.1

Charles Pasi was born in 1894 in Austria.1 Charles Pasi married Dorothy.2 Charles Pasi was in 1930 a construction laborer, in 1931 a fireman for the Erie Rail Road.1,2


  1. [S1] 1930 Federal Census, T626, Roll 1312, ED 2-66: sheet 6A (154), line 6-12.
  2. [S5] 1931 Directory.