In 1920, she and husband, Jacob Solomon, are living at 2721 East 62nd Street in Cleveland.
|1920 U.S. Census, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, Roll T625_1369, E. D. 351,|
page 9A, lines 15-19, household of Jacob Solomon
|Detail of record of Solomon household in 1920|
Ray (Regina) is 26 years old. Her year of immigration is unknown (though I know it as 1911) and she is listed as Al (an alien, not a U.S. citizen).
They have two young daughters: Esther, age 4, and Hellen, age 1 7/12, who were both born in Ohio.
Rose Goodman, age 60, is listed as Mother (of the Head of Household). I'm working on confirming who she is...
I have not found the Solomon family in the 1930 U.S. Census, though I did find a few Jacob Solomons in Cleveland City Directories around this time.
By 1940, they had moved to 10517 Elgin Avenue, where Aunt Regina's husband is listed as Jack Solomon.
|1940 U.S. Census, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, Roll T627_3227, E.D. 92-604|
page 10A, lines 26-30, household of Jack [sic] Solomon
|Detail of record of Solomon household in 1940|
There are a whole bunch of snapshots taken on Rhodes Avenue, Akron from this time and I am very lucky to have these photographs, as well as lucky to have a mother-in-law with a sharp memory who has identified many of the people in the photographs.
More to come later about this couple.