Jersey Journal/1948/Oscar A. Lindauer
Oscar A. Lindauer. Oscar A. Lindauer, 75, a former resident of Jersey City, who for many years conducted a real estate and insurance business on Pacific Avenue, died Saturday in Cincinnati, Ohio, after a long illness. Surviving Mr. Lindauer are his wife, Jean L. Courter; two sons, John Howard, and Charles Frederick Lindauer; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Cull, Jr., and Mrs. Alfred Richardson and eight grand-children.
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