The following is from census records, city of Racine: 1900 household Rasmussen, Hans born Feb. 1842 Denmark, emigrated 1868 Annie born Aug. 1850 Norway, emigrated 1876 Amanda born June 1880 Wisc. Thora born Jan. 1882 Wisc. Edwin born Nov. 1883 Wisc. Theodore born July 1886 Wisc. Amundsen, Carrie born March 1846 (sister in-law) lived on Albert St. in Racine
1910 household Rasmussen, Hans age 67, married 32 years, em. 1870, wagonmaker (Probably at Mitchell Wagon Works) Rasmussen, Anna age 59, mother of 4 children 3 living, em. 1875 Rasmussen, Thora age 28 still living on Albert St.
Young, George M. age 38, married 5 years, born Wisc. Amanda age 29, mother of 1 living child Jeanette age 1.5 living on N. Wisconsin St.
1920 household Rasmussen, Hans age 78, em. 1866, became citizen 1884 Thora age 37, bookkeeper phone company
Young, George age 48, stock clerk radiator co. Amanda age 39 Jeanette age 11 Catherine age 9 Edward age 5 Margaret age 3 11/12 The 2 families were living next-door to each other on Geneva St. The radiator company George was working at was probably Young Radiator Co. (any relation?)
1930 household Rasmussen, Hans age 88, em. 1867, age 40 at first marriage Thora age 48, phone operator living back on Albert St.
Young, George, salesman publishing house (probably Western Publishing), non-veteran. Amanda and all 4 children still at home. Living on LaSalle St.
In the 1910 census it says that Anna Rasmussen has only 3 living children, so by 1910 either Edwin or Theodore has died. I couldn't find either in subsequent census records. The emigration date for Hans seems to vary which I've found is not unusual in the census.