The Depression and World War II
He was a bookkeeper or accountant. He belonged with such social groups as the Masons and the Elks whom he offered his service to find customers.
|The Coopers' new home on Long Island, New York.|
9435 221st St.
|Baby Walter, Jack and Bud.|
The Brooklyn Standard Union. 31 Jan 1923. page 4.Col. 7. Old Fulton New York Postcards: accessed 18 Oct 2015.
New York. Queens County. 1922-1926. Municipal Archives, New York City. Microfilm #2,169,022. Family History Library, Salt Lake City: accessed 22 Jul 2003.
Third son, Stanley Gibson Cooper was born 12 April 1924.
|Honey with baby Stan and Bud|
Honey sends this photo of John Austin Cooper, their son, in a box addressed to Paris. How cute!
|Jack and Honey Cooper|
|Sophie Ramona Piña "Honey"|
“UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960.” database with images, Ancestry (https://Ancestry.com: accessed 22 June 2016)
|Jack Cooper in 1906 in New York City.|
|Rotuna Maternaty Hospital, late 19th century. The National Archives of Ireland.|
__Rotunda_c.1900_lro-01.html : accessed 18 June 2016.
|Dublin, Ireland, Birth Registrations; Civil Registration Office, Roscommon, Ireland|
|Manifest, SS Oceanic, August 1906, stamped page 30, line 27, John Cooper, age 20; image New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957, Ancestry.com. (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 18 June 2016).|
|United States. "Selected U. S. Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1790-1974," Ancestry.com|
(http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 18 June 2016).