Portal:Arthur Oscar Freudenberg

Arthur Oscar Freudenberg
(1891–1968)
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Arthur Oscar Freudenberg (1891-1968) operated a typewriter repair shop, he was a real estate agent, and he was an insurance broker. His biography appeared in History of the Municipalities of Hudson County, New Jersey, 1630-1923. The Freudenberg family papers are archived at the Jewish Museum Berlin.

Arthur Oscar Freudenberg

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His obituary: "Arthur Freudenberg, 76, of 329 Summit Avenue, Jersey City, a Hoboken native; operated a real estate firm on Central Avenue in Jersey City."
"Arthur O. Freudenberg is searching for a new home for Mrs. Rose, a 64-year-old widow."
"Surviving are her husband, Ralph; two sisters, Miss Clara Freudenberg and Mrs. Grace Sanford; three brothers, Arthur, Richard and Ralph Freudenberg."
"Miss Selma Freudenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freudenberg, 11 Claremont Avenue, was united in marriage recently at Trinity Lutheran Church to Mr. Thomas Norton, second class seaman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Norton, 603 Garfield Avenue."
"Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freudenberg, 11 Claremont Avenue, recently announced the engagement of their daughter, Selma, to Mr. Thomas Norton, 603 Garfield Avenue."
"It developed that Freudenberg is under indictment for defrauding Mrs. Sarah Kane of 96 Stuyvesant Avenue of some $2,500 in a real estate deal."
"He is a son of Maximillian and Eloise (Lindauer) Freudenberg, the father a native of Germany, the mother of New York State."
"The young hero is survived by his parents Max and Eloise Freudenberg; three sisters, Ada, Clara and Grace, and by four brothers, Arthur, Eugene, Ralph and Richard, the last named being in the service at Camp Meade, Maryland."

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