Title: 1880 Census for Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
Title: World War I Draft Registration Card - Rowland Warren Henry
Title: 1910 Census for New York Co., New York
Title: 1920 Census for New York Co., New York
Title: 1930 Census for New York Co., New York
Note: The 1910 federal census for New York Co., New York shows that he had nine servants living in his dwelling.
His World War I Draft Registration Card shows the following information: Name: Arthur Cheney Train Permanent home address: 113 E. 73 St., New York, New York, New York Date of birth: 6 September 1875 Present occupation: Lawyer Employer's name: Self Place of employment or business: New York, New York, New York Nearest relative: Ethel K. Train Address: 113 E. 73 St., New York, New York, New York Height: Medium Build: Medium Color of eyes: (illegible - probably Gray) Color of hair: Brown Manhattan City, New York -- 5 September 1918
The 1920 federal census for New York Co., New York shows that he had six servants living in his dwelling.
The 1930 federal census for New York Co., New York shows the value of his home as $150,000. He also had one governess and seven servants living in his dwelling.
"Arthur Cheney Train (1875-1945): Arthur Cheney Train was an American author who received a law degree from Harvard in 1899 and eventually became the assistant district attorney in New York City. His interractions with clients, together with his experiences in the courtroom, provided the material for the more than 250 short stories and novels he would write during his lifetime." Source: Picture History - http://www.picturehistory.com/product/id/5008
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