|Posted By:||Robert Coogan|
|Subject:||Re: Jomes' five and Dime Store in Oak Park|
|Post Date:||October 18, 2002 at 16:37:29|
|Forum:||Sacramento County, CA Genealogy Forum|
John, Here is the info from the Sacramento city directories
Iven is used rather than Ivan in all but one directory.
1930 Jones, I.D. 2980 35th [Oak Park}
1931 " Iven D.(Alice) notions 2980 35th, h 4820 8th Av
1932, 1933, 1934, 1935 Same as 1931
1936 Same with 2nd store 1823 Del Paso Bl. No.Sacramento
1937 Moved store to 2962 35th same home address
1939 No. Sac store moved to 2010 Del Paso Bl.
1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1945 Same for other addresses
1945 New home address: Sierra Oaks [very wealthy area]
1947 Home address: 483 Crocker Rd. Sierra Oaks area had and still does have very expensive homes.
State Library did not have 1944, 1946, 1948, 1950/1
1949 Same info and Ivan L, Jones(Irene) 1927 I St.
1952 Hew home address" 4224 Los Coches Way
Arden Park area of expensive homes
1953 Jones 5 and 10 Variety No Iven D.
1954 Iven D. no longer appears in the directories
1953 Ivan L.(Irene) RD6 Box 1743
1956 Ivan L.(Irene) 5304 Hamilton
This is in response to the Sacramento County genealogy forum, re" Jomes five and Dime Store in Oak Park.
Oak Park is now a low income neighborhood,; it wasn't in the 30s and 40s. The neighborhood was middle income people who bought wooden frame houses built after World War I.