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Isaac J Van Deusen Jr.

1865 - 1961

Isaac J Van Deusen Jr.
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Parents
Isaac Van Deusen
Isaac Van Deusen
1829 - 1918
Josephine Hicks
Josephine Hicks
1835 - 1921
Spouse
Anna Lott Franklin
Anna Lott Franklin
1877 - 1923
Children
Siblings

Went prospecting in Wyoming with his brother Paul in 1898.  Moved to Orlando Florida, and was a printer for the newspaper.  (On 1930 census).

1891


Age: 25y

residence


Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA ⇓
Living at 2105 Tioga Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1 Source ⇓

1910


Age: 44y
Isaac Van Deusen Sr. & Jr., Anna Lott Franklin, and Josephine Hicks - 1910 United States Federal Census

residence


Conway, Orange, Florida, USA ⇓
Isaac Van Deusen Jr. and his wife Anna (Franklin) Van Deusen are living with his parents, Isaac Van Deusen Sr. and Josephine (Hicks) Van Deusen. Isaac Van Deusen Sr. is a farmer.
1 Source ⇓
June 22, 1910 • The DELAG Zeppelin dirigible, Deutschland, makes the first commercial passenger flight from Friedrichshafen to Düsseldorf in Germany. The flight takes nine hours.

1913


May 6
Age: 48y

1915


Age: 49y
Isaac J Van Deusen Jr. - Orlando City Directory

residence


Orlando, Orange, Florida, USA ⇓
Manager of the printing department at the Orange County Citizen
1 Source ⇓

1920


Mar 1
Age: 54y
Isaac J Van Deusen Jr. - 1920 United States Federal Census

residence


Orlando, Orange, Florida, USA ⇓
Working as a printer for the newspaper
1 Source ⇓
1920 Finland joins the League of Nations.

1923


Age: 57y

residence


Orlando, Orange, Florida, USA ⇓
Working as a printer for the Orlando Sentinel
1 Source ⇓

1930


Apr 3
Age: 64y
December 7, 1930 • The television station W1XAV in Boston, Massachusetts, broadcasts video and audio from the radio orchestra program The Fox Trappers. This broadcast also includes the first television commercial in the United States, an advertisement for the I. J. Fox Furriers company which sponsored the telecast.

1940


May 24
Age: 75y
Isaac J Van Deusen Jr. - 1940 United States Federal Census

residence


Orlando, Orange, Florida, USA ⇓
Worked 60 hours a week as a proofreader for the newspaper.
1 Source ⇓