While looking for someone else in the 1930 US Census of Brookline, Mass., I noticed Mary E. Fankhauser from Ohio. The name is familiar to me from Belmont County, although I don't know the family itself. Here are the details:
1930 US Census, Brookline Precinct 5, Norfolk Co, MA, Enum.11-27, Super.9, printed p.119-A, sheet 1-A, 2 Apr 1930, 318 Walnut St., dwelling 9, family 9:
--Bradford, Mary A, head, rents for $125/mo, 52, single, b.MA-MA-MA, special teacher in private schools and families, working on own account.
--Bradford, Annie A., mother, 79, widow, b.MA-MA-MA.
--Breed, Mildred C, boarder, 40, single, b.MA-NH-MA, teacher in private school, wage-earner.
--Lamont, Margaret, boarder, 28?, single, b.NJ-NJ-NJ, teacher in private school, wage-earner.
--Adams, Marjorie O, boarder, 24, single, b.NY-NY-NY, teacher of music in private school, wage-earner.
--Fankhauser, Mary E., boarder, 21, single, b.OH-OH-OH, teacher in private school, wage-earner.
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