We’ve been working in and around 2400 Eager Street, so we figured we’d tell you a little bit about the folks who lived here in 1910, just a few years after it was first built.
Caspar Getz was born in Baltimore in 1859 to German parents. He worked as a laborer in an ice factory. Caspar was married to Maggie, also a Marylander of German ancestry.
2400 Eager Street in 1910 must have been quite a busy house- Caspar and Maggie lived there with their 8 children! Constant, 24, worked at the ice factory with his pops. Maggie, 18, worked as a clerk at a department store. Then followed Charles, John, Edward, Albert, Evlin, and baby Annie.
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