By April of 1910, W. B. Schwartz had returned to Indianapolis. When the census was enumerated, he was living with his daughter, Portia, and her family. Portia was married two months before her father was arrested in 1906. Both of her children were born while her father was in prison.
1910 U.S. census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis City Ward 2, enumeration district (ED) 54, sheet 2-B, dwelling 43, family 43, Pearl A. Davis; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 1 May 2014); NARA microfilm publication T624, roll 366.
Interesting document…..again, just from the standpoint of SO MUCH data. The last three questions I wouldn’t have expected, i.e., survivor of Civil War, blind or deaf/dumb.
The census records provide a wealth of information, and every year was different. The 1940 census asks for each person’s education level, so you see all these people who only received an eighth grade education (or less).