It appears that they lived on 901 1/2 South Second St., or South Lucent St., maybe - I have difficulting reading it. Their housemates were a Vicente C. Pino and his family.
Estevan's family were: Estevan, head, male, white, 30 yrs old, married; Adelfina, wife, female, white, 27 years old, married; Pablita (my grandmother), daughter, female, white, 9 years old, single; Guadalupe, daughter, female, white, 7 years old, single; "Gertruditas" (Gertudes), daughter, female, white, 5 years old, single; and Estevan, son, male, white, 3 9/12 years old, single. Estevan is listed as a laborer at a saw mill, while his housemate Vicente Pino is a merchant. I think that the house probably belonged to Vicente Pino since he was a merchant and because Estevan didn't live in Albuquerue for very long. Maybe the store that the Pinos owned was in the house.
I'll have to check this information against the Albuquerque city directory. I'll probably go to the library tomorrow to check it out.
Estevan Zimmerly household, 1920 U.S. Census, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, population schedule, city of Albuquerque, enumeration district 20, supervisor's district 211, sheet 7B, dwelling 230, family 271, HeritageQuest Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com