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Census Tract Data, 1940: Elizabeth Mullen Bogue File
Census 1940 Tract Documentation


  1940 1950 1960 1970
ABILENE, TEX     X X
AKRON, OH X X X X
ALBANY, GA       X
ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY, NY     X  
ALBEQUERQUE, NM     X X
ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM-EASTON, PA-NJ     X X
ALTOONA, PA     X X
AMARILLO, TX       X
ANDERSON, IND       X
ANN ARBOR, MICH     X X
APPLETON-OSHKOSH, WIS       X
ASHVILLE, NC       X
ATLANTA, GA X X X X
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ X   X X
AUGUSTA, GA X   X X
AUSTIN, TX X X X X
BAKERSFIELD, CA     X  
BALTIMORE, MD X X X X
BATON ROUGE, LA     X X
BAY CITY, MICH       X
BEAUMONT, TX     X X
BERKELEY, CA X      
BILLINGS, MONT       X
BILOXI-GULFPORT, MISS       X
BINGHAMTON, NY     X  
BIRMINGHAM, AL X X X  
BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL, ILL       X
BOISE CITY, IDAHO       X
BOSTON, MASS X X X  
BRIDGEPORT, CT   X X X
BRISTOL, CT       X
BROCKTON, MA     X X
BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO, TX       X
BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, TX       X
BUFFALO, NY X X X X
CAMBRIDGE, MA X      
CAMDEN, NJ X      
CANTON, OH     X X
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA       X
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA, ILL       X
CHARLESTON, SC     X X
CHARLESTON, WV       X
CHARLOTTE, NC     X X
CHATTANOOGA, TENN-GA   X X X
CHICAGO, ILL X X X  
CINCINNATI, OH-KY X X X  
CLEVELAND, OH X X X X
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO     X X
COLUMBIA, MO       X
COLUMBIA, SC     X X
COLUMBUS, GA     X  
COLUMBUS, OH X X X X
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX     X X
DALLAS, TX X X X X
DANBURY, CT       X
DAVENPORT, IOWA     X  
DAYTON, OH X X X X
DECATUR, ILL     X X
DENVER, CO X X X X
DES MOINES, IA X   X X
DETROIT, MICH X X X  
DULUTH-SUPERIOR, MINN-WIS X X X X
DURHAM, NC   X X X
ELIZABETH, NJ X      
EL PASO, TX     X X
ERIE, PA     X X
EUGENE, OR       X
EVANSVILLE, IND-KY     X X
FALL RIVER, MA-RI     X  
FAYETTEVILLE, NC       X
FITCHBURG-LEOMINSTER, MA       X
FLINT, MICH X X X X
FRESNO, CA     X  
FT. LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD, FL       X
FT. SMITH, ARK     X X
FT. WAYNE, IND     X X
FT. WORTH, TX   X X  
GADSDEN, AL     X  
GAINESVILLE, FL       X
GALVESTON-TEXAS CITY, TX     X X
GARY, IND     X  
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH     X X
GREAT FALLS, MONT       X
GREEN BAY, WIS     X X
GREENSBORO-HIGH POINT, NC   X X X
GREENVILLE, SC     X X
HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN, OH     X X
HARRISBURG, PA     X X
HARTFORD, CT X X X X
HONOLULU, HI     X X
HOUSTON, TX X X X X
INDIANAPOLIS, IND X X X X
JACKSONVILLE, FL     X X
JACKSON, Ml     X X
JACKSON, MS       X
JERSEY CITY, NJ X   X  
JOHNSTOWN, PA     X X
KALAMAZOO, MICH   X X X
KANSAS CITY, KS-MO X X X X
KENOSHA, WIS       X
KNOXVILLE, TENN     X X
LA CROSSE, WI       X
LAFAYETTE, IN       X
LAFAYETTE, LA       X
LAKE CHARLES, LA       X
LANCASTER, PA     X X
LANSING, MICH     X X
LAREDO, TX     X X
LAS VEGAS, NEV     X X
LAWRENCE, MASS HAVERHILL, NH     X X
LAWTON, OKLA       X
LEWISTON-AUBURN, MAINE       X
LEXINGTON, KY     X X
LIMA, OH     X X
LINCOLN, NEBR     X X
LITTLE ROCK, ARK     X X
LONG BEACH, CA X      
LORAIN-ELYRIA, OH     X  
LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH, CA X   X  
LOUISVILLE, KY-IND X X X  
LOWELL, MA     X X
LUBBOCK, TX     X X
LYNCHBURG, VA       X
MACON, GA X   X X
MADISON, WIS     X X
MANCHESTER, NH     X X
MANSFIELD, OH       X
MEMPHIS, TENN X X X X
MERIDIEN, CT       X
MIAMI, FL   X X  
MIDLAND, TX       X
MILWAUKEE, WI X X X X
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINN X   X  
MOBILE, AL     X  
MONROE, LA     X X
MONTGOMERY, AL     X  
MUNCIE, IND     X X
MUSKEGON, MICH     X X
NASHUA, NH       X
NASHVILLE, TN X X X X
NEW BEDFORD, MA     X  
NEW BRITAIN, CT     X X
NEW HAVEN, CT X X X  
NEW ORLEANS, LA X X X X
NEW YORK, NY X   X  
NEWARK, NJ X   X  
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA     X X
NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH, VA   X X  
NORWALK, CT     X  
ODESSA, TX     X X
OGDEN, UTAH     X X
OAKLAND, CA X      
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK X X X  
OMAHA, NEBR   X X  
ORLANDO, FL     X X
PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC, NJ X X X  
PENSACOLA, FL       X
PEORIA, ILL     X X
PETERSBURG-COLONIAL HGTS, VA       X
PHILADELPHIA, PA X X X  
PHOENIX, AZ     X X
PINEBLUFF, AR       X
PITTSBURGH, PA X X X X
PITTSFIELD, MA     X X
PORTLAND, ME     X X
PORTLAND, OR-WA X X X X X
PROVIDENCE, RI PAWTUCKET, MA X X X X X
PROVO-OREM, UTAH       X
PUEBLO, CO     X X
RACINE, WIS       X
RALEIGH, NC     X X
READING, PA     X X
RENO, NEV       X
RICHMOND, VA X X X X
ROANOKE, VA       X
ROCHESTER, MN       X
ROCHESTER, NY X X X X
ROCKFORD, ILL     X X
SACRAMENTO, CA   X X  
SAGINAW, MICH     X X
ST. JOSEPH, MO       X
ST. LOUIS, MO-ILL X X X X
ST. PAUL, MN X      
SALEM, OR       X
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH     X X
SAN ANGELO TX     X X
SAN ANTONIO, TX     X X
SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTARIO, CA     X  
SAN DIEGO, CA   X X  
SAN FRANCISCO, CA X   X  
SAN JOSE, CA   X X  
SANTA BARBARA, CA     X  
SAVANNAH, GA X   X X
SCRANTON, PA     X X
SEATTLE, WA X X X  
SHERMAN-DENISON, TX       X
SHREVEPORT, LA     X X
SIOUX CITY, IA     X X
SIOUX FALLS, SD       X
SOUTH BEND, IND     X X
SPOKANE, WASH   X X X
SPRINGFIELD, ILL       X
SPRINGFIELD, MO     X X
SPRINGFIELD-CHICOPEE-HOLYYOKE, MA   X X  
SPRINGFIELD, OH     X X
STAMFORD, CT     X  
STEUBENVILLE, WEIRTON-OHIO-W. VA     X  
STOCKTON, CA     X  
SYRACUSE, NY X X X X
TACOMA, WASH   X X X
TALLAHASSEE, FL       X
TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG, FL     X  
TERRE HAUTE, IND       X
TEXARKANA, TX-ARK     X X
TOLEDO, OH X X X X
TOPEKA, KS     X X
TRENTON, NJ X X X X
TUCSON, AZ     X X
TULSA, OK     X X
TYLER, TX     X X
UTICA-ROME, NY   X X X
WACO, TX     X X
WASHINGTON, DC-MD-VA X X X X
WATERBURY, CT     X  
WATERLOO, IOWA     X X
WEST PALM BEACH, FL       X
WESTCHESTER CO, NY   X    
WHEELING, W. VA-OH     X  
WICHITA FALL, TX     X  
WICHITA, KS   X X X
WILKES-BARRE-HAZLETON, PA     X X
WILMINGTON, DEL-NJ     X X
WILMINGTON, NC       X
WINSTON-SALEM, MA     X  
WORCHESTER, MA     X X
YONKERS, NY X      
YORK, PA     X X
YOUNGSTOWN-WARREN, OH     X X


Date : April 14, 1999
Reply to Attn of : NWME (Hull)
Subject: User Note #1: 1940 Census Tract Data Conversion
TO : File

The tiles Census Tract Data, 1940: Elizabeth Mullen Bogue File data tiles were transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration in EBCDIC, with variable block/length records. At the beginning of each record is a 4-character compressed blocksize/record length counter, which is retained in the EBCDIC version and preservation copy of the file. The documentation and record layout conforms to the preservation copy of the data. If the data is converted to ASCII for distribution, the 4-character compressed blocksize/record length counter is necessarily dropped. Users can only obtain copies of the files in ASCII, if output to CD-ROM, with record delimited records. Therefore, users of ASCII versions of the files should be aware that positions of individual data elements in the records will be 4 positions less than that indicated on the record layout.
Note however that the general record layout for these data in ASCII is as follows:
For the City/Metro Level records, the geographic identifiers (file/record title and # of tracts) appear in positions 1-66; each data element thereafter is 8 characters in length to the end of the record.
For the Tract Level records, the Tract ID Number appears in positions 1-13; each data element thereafter is 5 characters in length to the end of the record.
Note finally that the original documentation that accompanied the transfer of these data to
NARA is provided with the standard documentation package. If there is any question about the identification of a particular data element, researchers should consult the definitions in the original documentation.

Theodore J. Hull
September 14, 1998
NN3-CFS-96-999

Documentation for Census Tract Data, 1940: Elizabeth Mullen Bogue File
The data files known as the Census Tract Data, 1940: Elizabeth Mullen Bogue File, were deposited with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) by a deed of gift from Dr. Donald Bogue of The Community and Family Study Center, University of Chicago. The 1940 Census Tract files were originally created by keypunching the data from the printed publications prepared by the Bureau of the Census. Record copies of these publications can be found in the Publication of the U.S. Government (Record Group 287). The 1940 census tract data reported in those publications were manually keypunched by The Community and Family Study Center, under the direction of Dr. Bogue. Much of this work was accomplished by Elizabeth Mullen Bogue, the wife of the principal investigator, Ms. Maggie Gibson, and a number of other students and staff. Related funding for this project (for analysis and student training) came from a number of sources including the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, U.S. Agency for International Development, and the Social Science Division of the University of Chicago.
One of Dr. Bogue's students, Dr. Michael White, obtained copies of the Census Tract Data files. Dr. White of the Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University, arranged for the transfer of these files to NARA on behalf of Dr. Bogue. The 1940 Census Tract Data came to NARA in November 1998, along with a copy of the original documentation.
The documentation indicates that the data were originally keypunched onto multiple punchcards for the city/metro area as a whole and for each tract. NARA received 59 files, one per available tracted city, with variable length records. There are two record types in each file; a ' city and metro level' record type with a record length of 2058 and a ' tract level record type with a record length of 1261. Dr. White confirmed that at some point in time the original 80 column records were concatenated into one long record per area. Note that the first eight bytes in each block/record is a binary block length/record counter. NARA prepared record layouts for each record type based on the original documentation and a review of the Census Tract publications for Austin, Texas. A copy of the Austin report is included as part of the technical documentation.
The first two records in each file are for the 'city and metro level data and the remainder of the records in the file contain 'tract level' data, arranged numerically by tract. Each file has two records at the beginning of each file; a 'metro level' record followed by a 'city level' record. When applicable, the 'metro level' record incorporates data tabulated for suburban tracts. In cities without suburban tracts, both a 'metro level' record and city level' record are included in the file, but the data are identical. The 'metro level' and 'city level' records are distinguished by the characters METR and CITY in columns 61-64 of the records.
Documentation for the 1940 Census Tract files consist of this introduction, a copy of the general description of 'Population and Housing-Statistics for Census Tracts' from a typical 1940 census tract publication, the original documentation for the keypunched files (38 cards per area), NARA produced record layouts for the 'city and metro level' and 'tract level' record types, and a NARA produced sample printout of records from the file for Atlantic City, New Jersey. The 'Population and Housing- Statistics for Census Tracts' description includes a list of the 60 tracted cities and indicates those that include surrounding suburban tracts as ' metro areas. Included as supplemental documentation are copies of the 1940 Census Tract publications for Augusta, Georgia, and Atlantic City, New Jersey, and a copy of the Census Tract Manual (3rd edition, January 1947). Again, record copies of these publications can be found in the Publications of the U.S. Government (Record Group 287), or in various depository libraries across the United States. Among NARA's cartographic holdings are the original enumeration district maps, which also identify the tract areas for the 60 tracted cities.

Date : March 15, 2000
Reply to Attn of : NWME (Hull)
Subject : User Note #2: Record Length/Block Counters
To : File

The Census Tract Data, 1940-1970: Elizabeth Mullen Bogue Files were transferred to NARA in EBCDIC format with variable length records. The record layouts for the 1940 files were produced based on the misunderstanding that at the beginning of each file was a 4-byte counter. This counter is actually an 8-byte, IBM-standard record length and blocksize counter. Therefore, the actual record layout should extend to 3306 bytes for the city/metro area records and 2041 bytes for the tract level records. Researchers using these files in EBCDIC format should be aware of this error and add 4-bytes to the beginning and ending position for each field in the EBCDIC record layout. Users requesting the files converted to ASCII, where the IBM-standard counters are replaced with ASCII 4-byte record counters, should be aware that the position of any field in the erroneous record layout will actually be correct.
The NARA prepared record layouts for 1950-1960 files account for an 8-byte record length/block size counter. However, the record layout assumes that the files are blocked one record per block. For some of the 1960 files, the files are blocked (as preserved) with five records per block. For the second and subsequent records in any block there is only a 4-byte counter at the start of each record, not an 8-byte counter. So the 1960 record layout is inaccurate in this way.

Sincerely,
THEODORE J. HULL
Archivist
Center for Electronic Records

[Social Explorer Note: The following table contains the fixed record layout with the 8-byte counter at the beginning of each file. Please refer to the letter above titled 'User Note #2: Record Length/Block Counters']

1940 CENSUS TRACT DATA - LAYOUT FOR CITY AND METRO LEVEL DATA
BLOCKSIZE/RECORD LENGTH COUNTER 1-8
FILE/RECORD TITLE 9-68
NUMBER OF TRACTS 69-74
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION
"CARD 1, FIELD 1" TOTAL POPULATION 75-82
"CARD 1, FIELD 2" TOTAL WHITE POPULATION 83-90
"CARD 1, FIELD 3" NATIVE WHITE POPULATION 91-98
"CARD 1, FIELD 4" TOTAL NONWHITE POPULATION 99-106
"CARD 1, FIELD 5" NEGRO POPULATION 107-114
"CARD 1, FIELD 6" OCCUPIED DWELLING UNITS 115-122
"CARD 1, FIELD 7" POPULATON PER OCCUPIED DWELLING UNIT 123-130
"SOURCE TABLE 3, COUNTRY OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN " BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN WHITE (MALES)
"CARD 2, FIELD 1" ALL COUNTRIES 131-138
"CARD 2, FIELD 2" ENGLAND AND WALES 139-146
"CARD 2, FIELD 3" SCOTLAND 147-154
"CARD 2, FIELD 4" NORTHERN IRELAND 155-162
"CARD 2, FIELD 5" EIRE 163-170
"CARD 2, FIELD 6" NORWAY 171-178
"CARD 2, FIELD 7" SWEDEN 179-186
"CARD 2, FIELD 8" DENMARK 187-194
"CARD 2, FIELD 9" NETHERLANDS 195-202
"CARD 2, FIELD 10" BELGIUM 203-210
"CARD 2, FIELD 11" SWITZERLAND 211-218
"CARD 2, FIELD 12" FRANCE 219-226
"CARD 2, FIELD 13" GERMANY 227-234
"CARD 2, FIELD 14" POLAND 235-242
"CARD 2, FIELD 15" CZECHOSLOVAKIA 243-250
"CARD 2, FIELD 16" AUSTRIA 251-258
"CARD 3, FIELD 1" HUNGARY 259-266
"CARD 3, FIELD 2" YUGOSLAVIA 267-274
"CARD 3, FIELD 3" RUSSIA 275-282
"CARD 3, FIELD 4" LITHUANIA 283-290
"CARD 3, FIELD 5" FINLAND 291-298
"CARD 3, FIELD 6" ROMANIA 299-306
"CARD 3, FIELD 7" GREECE 307-314
"CARD 3, FIELD 8" ITALY 315-322
"CARD 3, FIELD 9" SPAIN & PORTUGAL 323-330
"CARD 3, FIELD 10" OTHER EUROPE 331-338
"CARD 3, FIELD 11" ASIA 339-346
"CARD 3, FIELD 12" CANADA-FRENCH 347-354
"CARD 3, FIELD 13" CANADA-OTHER 355-362
"CARD 3, FIELD 14" NEWFOUNDLAND 363-370
"CARD 3, FIELD 15" MEXICO 371-378
"CARD 3, FIELD 16" CUBA 379-386
"CARD 4, FIELD 1" CENTRAL AMERICA 387-394
"CARD 4, FIELD 2" OTHER 395-402
"SOURCE TABLE 3, COUNTRY OF BIRTH OF FORIEGN BORN WHITE (FEMALES)" BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN WHITE (FEMALES)
"CARD 5, FIELD 1" ALL COUNTRIES 403-410
"CARD 5, FIELD 2" ENGLAND AND WALES 411-418
"CARD 5, FIELD 3" SCOTLAND 419-426
"CARD 5, FIELD 4" NORTHERN IRELAND 427-434
"CARD 5, FIELD 5" EIRE 435-442
"CARD 5, FIELD 6" NORWAY 443-450
"CARD 5, FIELD 7" SWEDEN 451-458
"CARD 5, FIELD 8" DENMARK 459-468
"CARD 5, FIELD 9" NETHERLANDS 469-474
"CARD 5, FIELD 10" BELGIUM 475-482
"CARD 5, FIELD 11" SWITZERLAND 483-490
"CARD 5, FIELD 12" FRANCE 491-498
"CARD 5, FIELD 13" GERMANY 499-506
"CARD 5, FIELD 14" POLAND 507-514
"CARD 5, FIELD 15" CZECHOSLOVAKIA 515-522
"CARD 5, FIELD 16" AUSTRIA 523-530
"CARD 6, FIELD 1" HUNGARY 531-538
"CARD 6, FIELD 2" YUGOSLAVIA 539-546
"CARD 6, FIELD 3" RUSSIA 547-554
"CARD 6, FIELD 4" LITHUANIA 555-562
"CARD 6, FIELD 5" FINLAND 563-570
"CARD 6, FIELD 6" ROMANIA 571-578
"CARD 6, FIELD 7" GREECE 579-586
"CARD 6, FIELD 8" ITALY 587-594
"CARD 6, FIELD 9" SPAIN & PORTUGAL 595-602
"CARD 6, FIELD 10" OTHER EUROPE 603-610
"CARD 6, FIELD 11" ASIA 611-618
"CARD 6, FIELD 12" CANADA-FRENCH 619-626
"CARD 6, FIELD 13" CANADA-OTHER 627-634
"CARD 6, FIELD 14" NEWFOUNDLAND 635-642
"CARD 6, FIELD 15" MEXICO 643-650
"CARD 6, FIELD 16" CUBA 651-658
"CARD 7, FIELD 1" CENTRAL AMERICA 659-666
"CARD 7, FIELD 2" OTHER 667-674
"SOURCE TABLE 3, YEARS OF SCHOOL COMPLETED (MALES)"
"CARD 8, FIELD 1" PERSON 25 & OVER 675-682
"CARD 8, FIELD 2" NO SCHOOL COMPLETED 683-690
"CARD 8, FIELD 3" ELEMENTARY 1-4 691-698
"CARD 8, FIELD 4" ELEMENTARY 5-6 699-706
"CARD 8, FIELD 5" ELEMENTARY 7-8 707-710
"CARD 8, FIELD 6" HIGH SCHOOL 1-3 711-722
"CARD 8, FIELD 7" HIGH SCHOOL 4 723-730
"CARD 8, FIELD 8" COLLEGE 1-3 731-738
"CARD 8, FIELD 9" COLLEGE 4+ 739-746
"CARD 8, FIELD 10" NOT REPORTED 747-754
"CARD 8, FIELD 11" MEDIAN 755-762
"SOURCE TABLE 3, YEARS OF SCHOOL COMPLETED (FEMALES)"
"CARD 9, FIELD 1" PERSON 25 & OVER 763-770
"CARD 9, FIELD 2" NO SCHOOL COMPLETED 771-778
"CARD 9, FIELD 3" ELEMENTARY 1-4 779-786
"CARD 9, FIELD 4" ELEMENTARY 5-6 787-794
"CARD 9, FIELD 5" ELEMENTARY 7-8 795-802
"CARD 9, FIELD 6" HIGH SCHOOL 1-3 803-810
"CARD 9, FIELD 7" HIGH SCHOOL 4 811-818
"CARD 9, FIELD 8" COLLEGE 1-3 819-826
"CARD 9, FIELD 9" COLLEGE 4+ 827-834
"CARD 9, FIELD 10" NOT REPORTED 835-842
"CARD 9, FIELD 11" MEDIAN 843-850
"AGE BY RACE BY MALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 10, FIELD 1" MALE POPULATION 851-858
"CARD 10, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 859-866
"CARD 10, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 867-874
"CARD 10, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 875-882
"CARD 10, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 883-890
"CARD 10, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 891-898
"CARD 10, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 899-906
"CARD 10, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 907-914
"CARD 10, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 915-922
"CARD 10, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 923-930
"CARD 10, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 931-938
"CARD 10, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 939-946
"CARD 10, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 947-954
"CARD 10, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 955-962
"CARD 10, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 963-970
"CARD 11, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 971-978
"CARD 11, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 979-986
"CARD 11, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 987-994
"CARD 11, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 995-1002
"CARD 11, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1003-1010
"CARD 11, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1011-1018
"CARD 11, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1019-1026
"AGE BY RACE BY FEMALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 12, FIELD 1" FEMALE POPULATION 1027-1034
"CARD 12, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 1034-1042
"CARD 12, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 1043-1050
"CARD 12, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 1051-1058
"CARD 12, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 1059-1066
"CARD 12, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 1067-1074
"CARD 12, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 1075-1082
"CARD 12, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 1083-1090
"CARD 12, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 1091-1098
"CARD 12, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 1099-1106
"CARD 12, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 1107-1114
"CARD 12, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 1115-1122
"CARD 12, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 1123-1130
"CARD 12, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 1131-1138
"CARD 12, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 1139-1146
"CARD 13, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 1147-1154
"CARD 13, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 1155-1162
"CARD 13, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 1163-1170
"CARD 13, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 1171-1178
"CARD 13, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1179-1186
"CARD 13, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1187-1194
"CARD 13, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1195-1202
"AGE BY NATIVE WHITE MALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 14, FIELD 1" MALE POPULATION 1203-1210
"CARD 14, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 1211-1218
"CARD 14, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 1219-1226
"CARD 14, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 1227-1234
"CARD 14, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 1235-1242
"CARD 14, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 1243-1250
"CARD 14, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 1251-1258
"CARD 14, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 1259-1266
"CARD 14, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 1267-1274
"CARD 145, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 1275-1282
"CARD 14, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 1283-1290
"CARD 14, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 1291-1298
"CARD 14, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 1299-1306
"CARD 14, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 1307-1314
"CARD 14, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 1315-1322
"CARD 15, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 1323-1330
"CARD 15, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 1331-1334
"CARD 15, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 1335-1346
"CARD 15, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 1347-1354
"CARD 15, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1355-1362
"CARD 15, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1363-1370
"CARD 15, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1371-1378
"AGE BY NATIVE WHITE FEMALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 16, FIELD 1" FEMALE POPULATION 1378-1386
"CARD 16, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 1386-1394
"CARD 16, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 1395-1402
"CARD 16, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 1403-1410
"CARD 16, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 1411-1418
"CARD 16, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 1419-1426
"CARD 16, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 1427-1434
"CARD 16, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 1435-1442
"CARD 16, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 1443-1450
"CARD 16, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 1451-1458
"CARD 16, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 1459-1466
"CARD 16, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 1467-1474
"CARD 167, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 1475-1482
"CARD 16, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 1483-1490
"CARD 16, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 1491-1498
"CARD 17, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 1499-1506
"CARD 17, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 1507-1514
"CARD 17, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 1515-1522
"CARD 17, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 1523-1530
"CARD 17, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1531-1538
"CARD 17, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1539-1546
"CARD 17, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1547-1554
"AGE BY FOREIGN BORN WHITE MALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 18, FIELD 1" MALE POPULATION 1555-1562
"CARD 18, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 1563-1570
"CARD 18, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 1571-1578
"CARD 18, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 1579-1586
"CARD 18, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 1587-1594
"CARD 18, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 1595-1602
"CARD 18, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 1603-1610
"CARD 18, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 1611-1618
"CARD 18, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 1619-1626
"CARD 18, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 1627-1634
"CARD 18, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 1635-1642
"CARD 18, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 1643-1650
"CARD 18, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 1651-1658
"CARD 18, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 1659-1666
"CARD 18, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 1667-1674
"CARD 19, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 1675-1682
"CARD 19, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 1683-1690
"CARD 19, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 1691-1698
"CARD 19, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 1699-1706
"CARD 19, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1707-1714
"CARD 19, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1715-1722
"CARD 19, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1723-1730
"AGE BY FOREIGN BORN WHITE FEMALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 20, FIELD 1" FEMALE POPULATION 1731-1738
"CARD 20, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 1739-1746
"CARD 20, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 1747-1754
"CARD 20, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 1755-1762
"CARD 20, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 1763-1770
"CARD 20, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 1771-1778
"CARD 20, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 1779-1786
"CARD 20, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 1787-1794
"CARD 20, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 1795-1802
"CARD 20, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 1803-1810
"CARD 20, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 1811-1818
"CARD 20, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 1819-1826
"CARD 20, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 1827-1834
"CARD 20, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 1835-1842
"CARD 20, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 1843-1850
"CARD 21, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 1851-1858
"CARD 21, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 1859-1866
"CARD 21, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 1867-1874
"CARD 21, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 1875-1882
"CARD 21, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1883-1890
"CARD 21, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1891-1898
"CARD 21, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1899-1906
"EMPLOYMENT STATUS (MALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 22, FIELD 1" MALES 14 AND OVER 1907-1914
"CARD 22, FIELD 2" IN LABOR FORCE 1915-1922
"CARD 22, FIELD 3" EMPLOYED 1923-1930
"CARD 22, FIELD 4" WAGE AND SALARY 1931-1938
"CARD 22, FIELD 5" EMPLOYERS 1939-1946
"CARD 22, FIELD 6" UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS 1947-1954
"CARD 22, FIELD 7" NOT REPORTED 1955-1962
"CARD 22, FIELD 8" PUBLIC EMERGENCY WORK 1963-1970
"CARD 22, FIELD 9" SEEKING WORK 1971-1978
"CARD 22, FIELD 10" EXPERIENCED WORKERS 1979-1986
"CARD 22, FIELD 11" NEW WORKERS 1987-1994
"CARD 23, FIELD 1" NOT IN LABOR FORCE 1995-2002
"CARD 23, FIELD 2" HOUSEWORK 2003-2010
"CARD 23, FIELD 3" SCHOOL 2011-2018
"CARD 23, FIELD 4" UNABLE TO WORK 2019-2026
"CARD 23, FIELD 5" INSTITUTIONS 2027-2034
"CARD 23, FIELD 6" OTHER 2035-2042
"EMPLOYMENT STATUS (FEMALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 24, FIELD 1" FEMALES 14 AND OVER 2043-2050
"CARD 24, FIELD 2" IN LABOR FORCE 2051-2058
"CARD 24, FIELD 3" EMPLOYED 2059-2066
"CARD 24, FIELD 4" WAGE AND SALARY 2067-2074
"CARD 24, FIELD 5" EMPLOYERS 2075-2082
"CARD 24, FIELD 6" UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS 2083-2090
"CARD 24, FIELD 7" NOT REPORTED 2091-2098
"CARD 24, FIELD 8" PUBLIC EMERGENCY WORK 2099-2106
"CARD 24, FIELD 9" SEEKING WORK 2107-2114
"CARD 24, FIELD 10" EXPERIENCED WORKERS 2115-2122
"CARD 24, FIELD 11" NEW WORKERS 2123-2130
"CARD 25, FIELD 1" NOT IN LABOR FORCE 2131-2138
"CARD 25, FIELD 2" HOUSEWORK 2139-2146
"CARD 25, FIELD 3" SCHOOL 2147-2154
"CARD 25, FIELD 4" UNABLE TO WORK 2155-2162
"CARD 25, FIELD 5" INSTITUTIONS 2163-2170
"CARD 25, FIELD 6" OTHER 2171-2178
"MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUP (MALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 26, FIELD 1" MALES EMPLOYED 2179-2186
"CARD 26, FIELD 2" PROFESSIONAL 2187-2194
"CARD 26, FIELD 3" SEMIPROFESSIONAL 2195-2202
"CARD 26, FIELD 4" PROPRIETORS 2203-2210
"CARD 26, FIELD 5" CLERICAL 2211-2218
"CARD 26, FIELD 6" CRAFTMEN 2219-2226
"CARD 26, FIELD 7" OPERATIVES 2227-2234
"CARD 26, FIELD 8" DOMESTICS 2235-2242
"CARD 26, FIELD 9" SERVICE WORKERS 2243-2250
"CARD 26, FIELD 10" LABORERS 2251-2258
"CARD 26, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTED 2259-2266
"MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUP (FEMALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 27, FIELD 1" FEMALES EMPLOYED 2267-2274
"CARD 27, FIELD 2" PROFESSIONAL 2275-2282
"CARD 27, FIELD 3" SEMIPROFESSIONAL 2283-2290
"CARD 27, FIELD 4" PROPRIETORS 2291-2298
"CARD 27, FIELD 5" CLERICAL 2299-2306
"CARD 27, FIELD 6" CRAFTMEN 2307-2314
"CARD 27, FIELD 7" OPERATIVES 2315-2322
"CARD 27, FIELD 8" DOMESTICS 2323-2330
"CARD 27, FIELD 9" SERVICE WORKERS 2331-2338
"CARD 27, FIELD 10" LABORERS 2339-2346
"CARD 27, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTED 2347-2354
"DWELLING UNITS BY OCCUPANCY STATUS AND RACE, SOURCE TABLE 4"
"CARD 28, FIELD 1" ALL DWELLING UNITS 2355-2362
"CARD 28, FIELD 2" TOTAL OWNER OCCUPIED 2363-2370
"CARD 28, FIELD 3" WHITE OWNER OCCUPIED 2371-2378
"CARD 28, FIELD 4" NEGRO OWNER OCCUPIED 2379-2386
"CARD 28, FIELD 5" OTHER NONWHITE OWNER OCCUPIED 2387-2394
"CARD 28, FIELD 6" TOTAL TENANT OCCUPIED 2395-2402
"CARD 28, FIELD 7" WHITE TENANT OCCUPIED 2403-2410
"CARD 28, FIELD 8" NEGRO TENANT OCCUPIED 2411-2418
"CARD 28, FIELD 9" OTHER NONWHITE TENANT OCCUPIED 2419-2426
"CARD 28, FIELD 10" VACANT FOR SALE OR RENT 2427-2434
"CARD 28, FIELD 11" VACANT NOT FOR SALE OF RENT 2435-2442
"TYPE OF STRUCTURE, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 29, FIELD 1" ONE-FAMILY DETACHED 2443-2450
"CARD 29, FIELD 2" ONE-FAMILY ATTACHED 2451-2458
"CARD 29, FIELD 3" TWO-FAMILY SIDE BY SIDE 2459-2466
"CARD 29, FIELD 4" TWO-FAMILY OTHER 2467-2474
"CARD 29, FIELD 5" THREE-FAMILY 2475-2482
"CARD 29, FIELD 6" FOUR-FAMILY 2483-2490
"CARD 29, FIELD 7" ONE-FOUR-FAMILY WITH BUSINESS 2491-2498
"CARD 29, FIELD 8" FIVE-NINE-FAMILY 2499-2506
"CARD 29, FIELD 9" TEN-NINETEEN-FAMILY 2507-2514
"CARD 29, FIELD 10" TWENTY-FAMILY+ 2515-2522
"CARD 29, FIELD 11" OTHER 2523-2530
"NUMBER OF PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 30, FIELD 1" ALL OCCUPIED UNITS 2531-2538
"CARD 30, FIELD 2" 1-PERSON 2539-2546
"CARD 30, FIELD 3" 2-PERSONS 2547-2554
"CARD 30, FIELD 4" 3-PERSONS 2555-2562
"CARD 30, FIELD 5" 4-PERSONS 2563-2570
"CARD 30, FIELD 6" 5-PERSONS 2571-2578
"CARD 30, FIELD 7" 6-PERSONS 2579-2586
"CARD 30, FIELD 8" 7-PERSONS 2587-2594
"CARD 30, FIELD 9" 8-PERSONS 2595-2602
"CARD 30, FIELD 10" 9-PERSONS 2603-2610
"CARD 30, FIELD 11" 10-PERSONS 2611-2618
"CARD 30, FIELD 12" 11-PERSONS 2619-2626
"PERSONS PER ROOM, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 31, FIELD 1" UNDER .51 2627-2634
"CARD 31, FIELD 2" .51-.75 2635-2642
"CARD 31, FIELD 3" .76-1.00 2643-2650
"CARD 31, FIELD 4" 1.01-1.50 ALL OCCUPIED UNITS 2651-2658
"CARD 31, FIELD 5" 1.51-2.00 2659-2666
"CARD 31, FIELD 6" 2.01+ 2667-2674
"CARD 31, FIELD 7" NOT REPORTING 2675-2682
"CARD 31, FIELD 8" UNDER .51 2683-2690
"CARD 31, FIELD 9" .51-.75 2691-2698
"CARD 31, FIELD 10" .76-1.00 2699-2706
"CARD 31, FIELD 11" 1.01-1.50 TENANT OCCUPIED 2707-2714
"CARD 31, FIELD 12" 1.51-2.00 2715-2722
"CARD 31, FIELD 13" 2.01+ 2723-2730
"CARD 31, FIELD 14" NOT REPORTING 2731-2738
"VALUE OF HOME, SOURCE TABLE 5"
"CARD 32, FIELD 1" NUMBER REPORTING 2739-2746
"CARD 32, FIELD 2" UNDER 500 2747-2754
"CARD 32, FIELD 3" 500-699 2755-2762
"CARD 32, FIELD 4" 700-999 2763-2770
"CARD 32, FIELD 5" 1000-1499 2771-2778
"CARD 32, FIELD 6" 1500-1999 2779-2786
"CARD 32, FIELD 7" 2000-2499 2787-2794
"CARD 32, FIELD 8" 2500-2999 2795-2802
"CARD 32, FIELD 9" 3000-3999 2803-2810
"CARD 32, FIELD 10" 4000-4999 2811-2818
"CARD 32, FIELD 11" 5000-5999 2819-2826
"CARD 32, FIELD 12" 6000-7499 2827-2834
"CARD 32, FIELD 13" 7500-9999 2835-2842
"CARD 32, FIELD 14" 10000-14999 2843-2850
"CARD 32, FIELD 15" 15000-19999 2851-2858
"CARD 33, FIELD 1" 20000+ 2859-2872
"CARD 33, FIELD 2" MEDIAN 2873-2874
"CONTRACT MONTHLY RENT, SOURCE TABLE 5"
"CARD 34, FIELD 1" NUMBER REPORTING 2875-2882
"CARD 34, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 2883-2890
"CARD 34, FIELD 3" 5-6 2891-2898
"CARD 34, FIELD 4" 7-9 2899-2906
"CARD 34, FIELD 5" 10-14 2907-2914
"CARD 34, FIELD 6" 15-19 2915-2922
"CARD 34, FIELD 7" 20-24 2923-2930
"CARD 34, FIELD 8" 25-29 2931-2938
"CARD 34, FIELD 9" 30-39 2939-2946
"CARD 34, FIELD 10" 40-49 2947-2954
"CARD 34, FIELD 11" 50-59 2955-2962
"CARD 34, FIELD 12" 60-74 2963-2970
"CARD 34, FIELD 13" 75-99 2971-2978
"CARD 34, FIELD 14" 100-149 2979-2986
"CARD 34, FIELD 15" 150-199 2987-2994
"CARD 35, FIELD 1" 200+ 2995-3002
"CARD 35, FIELD 2" MEDIAN 3003-3010
"GROSS MONTHLY RENT, SOURCE TABLE 5"
"CARD 36, FIELD 1" NUMBER REPORTING 3011-3018
"CARD 36, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 3019-3026
"CARD 36, FIELD 3" 5-6 3027-3034
"CARD 36, FIELD 4" 7-9 3035-3042
"CARD 36, FIELD 5" 10-14 3043-3050
"CARD 36, FIELD 6" 15-19 3051-3058
"CARD 36, FIELD 7" 20-24 3059-3066
"CARD 36, FIELD 8" 25-29 3067-3074
"CARD 36, FIELD 9" 30-39 3075-3082
"CARD 36, FIELD 10" 40-49 3083-3090
"CARD 36, FIELD 11" 50-59 3091-3098
"CARD 36, FIELD 12" 60-74 3099-3106
"CARD 36, FIELD 13" 75-99 3107-3114
"CARD 36, FIELD 14" 100+ 3115-3122
"CARD 36, FIELD 15" MEDIAN 3123-3130
"STATE OF REPAIR AND PLUMBING, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 37, FIELD 1" NOT NEEDING MAJOR REPAIRS 3131-3138
"CARD 37, FIELD 2" --BATH AND TOILET 3139-3146
"CARD 37, FIELD 3" "--TOILET, NO BATH" 3147-3154
"CARD 37, FIELD 4" "WATER, NO TOILET" 3155-3162
"CARD 37, FIELD 5" --NO WATER 3163-3170
"CARD 37, FIELD 6" NEEDING MAJOR REPAIRS 3171-3178
"CARD 37, FIELD 7" --BATH AND TOILET 3179-3186
"CARD 37, FIELD 8" "TOILET, NO BATH" 3187-3194
"CARD 37, FIELD 9" "WATER, NO TOILET " 3195-3202
"CARD 37, FIELD 10" NO WATER 3203-3210
"CARD 37, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTING 3211-3218
"RADIO, REFRIGERATION, AND HEATING FUEL, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 38, FIELD 1" RADIO 3219-3226
"CARD 38, FIELD 2" NO RADIO 3227-3234
"CARD 38, FIELD 3" NOT REPORTING 3235-3242
"CARD 38, FIELD 4" REFRIGERATION--MECHANICAL 3243-3250
"CARD 38, FIELD 5" ICE 3251-3258
"CARD 38, FIELD 6" OTHER 3259-3266
"CARD 38, FIELD 7" NONE 3267-3274
"CARD 38, FIELD 8" NOT REPORTED 3275-3282
"CARD 38, FIELD 9" CENTRAL HEAT 3283-3290
"CARD 38, FIELD 10" NO CENTRAL HEAT 3291-3298
"CARD 38, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTED 3297-3306
1940 CENSUS TRACT DATA -LAYOUT FOR TRACT LEVEL DATA
BLOCKSIZE/RECORD LENGTH COUNTER 1-8
TRACT ID 9-21
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION
"CARD 1, FIELD 1" TOTAL POPULATION 22-26
"CARD 1, FIELD 2" TOTAL WHITE POPULATION 27-31
"CARD 1, FIELD 3" NATIVE WHITE POPULATION 32-36
"CARD 1, FIELD 4" TOTAL NONWHITE POPULATION 37-41
"CARD 1, FIELD 5" NEGRO POPULATION 42-46
"CARD 1, FIELD 6" OCCUPIED DWELLING UNITS 47-51
"CARD 1, FIELD 7" POPULATON PER OCCUPIED DWELLING UNIT 52-56
"SOURCE TABLE 3, COUNTRY OF BIRTH OF FORIEGN " BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN WHITE (MALES)
"CARD 2, FIELD 1" ALL COUNTRIES 57-61
"CARD 2, FIELD 2" ENGLAND AND WALES 62-66
"CARD 2, FIELD 3" SCOTLAND 67-71
"CARD 2, FIELD 4" NORTHERN IRELAND 72-76
"CARD 2, FIELD 5" EIRE 77-81
"CARD 2, FIELD 6" NORWAY 82-86
"CARD 2, FIELD 7" SWEDEN 87-91
"CARD 2, FIELD 8" DENMARK 92-96
"CARD 2, FIELD 9" NETHERLANDS 97-101
"CARD 2, FIELD 10" BELGIUM 102-106
"CARD 2, FIELD 11" SWITZERLAND 107-111
"CARD 2, FIELD 12" FRANCE 112-116
"CARD 2, FIELD 13" GERMANY 117-121
"CARD 2, FIELD 14" POLAND 122-126
"CARD 2, FIELD 15" CZECHOSLOVAKIA 127-131
"CARD 2, FIELD 16" AUSTRIA 132-136
"CARD 3, FIELD 1" HUNGARY 137-141
"CARD 3, FIELD 2" YUGOSLAVIA 142-146
"CARD 3, FIELD 3" RUSSIA 147-151
"CARD 3, FIELD 4" LITHUANIA 152-156
"CARD 3, FIELD 5" FINLAND 157-161
"CARD 3, FIELD 6" ROMANIA 162-166
"CARD 3, FIELD 7" GREECE 167-171
"CARD 3, FIELD 8" ITALY 172-176
"CARD 3, FIELD 9" SPAIN & PORTUGAL 177-181
"CARD 3, FIELD 10" OTHER EUROPE 182-186
"CARD 3, FIELD 11" ASIA 187-191
"CARD 3, FIELD 12" CANADA-FRENCH 192-196
"CARD 3, FIELD 13" CANADA-OTHER 197-198
"CARD 3, FIELD 14" NEWFOUNDLAND 199-206
"CARD 3, FIELD 15" MEXICO 207-211
"CARD 3, FIELD 16" CUBA 212-216
"CARD 4, FIELD 1" CENTRAL AMERICA 217-221
"CARD 4, FIELD 2" OTHER 222-226
"SOURCE TABLE 3, COUNTRY OF BIRTH OF FORIEGN BORN WHITE (FEMALES)" BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN WHITE (FEMALES)
"CARD 5, FIELD 1" ALL COUNTRIES 222-231
"CARD 5, FIELD 2" ENGLAND AND WALES 232-236
"CARD 5, FIELD 3" SCOTLAND 237-241
"CARD 5, FIELD 4" NORTHERN IRELAND 242-246
"CARD 5, FIELD 5" EIRE 247-251
"CARD 5, FIELD 6" NORWAY 252-256
"CARD 5, FIELD 7" SWEDEN 257-261
"CARD 5, FIELD 8" DENMARK 262-266
"CARD 5, FIELD 9" NETHERLANDS 267-271
"CARD 5, FIELD 10" BELGIUM 272-276
"CARD 5, FIELD 11" SWITZERLAND 277-281
"CARD 5, FIELD 12" FRANCE 282-286
"CARD 5, FIELD 13" GERMANY 287-291
"CARD 5, FIELD 14" POLAND 292-296
"CARD 5, FIELD 15" CZECHOSLOVAKIA 297-301
"CARD 5, FIELD 16" AUSTRIA 302-306
"CARD 6, FIELD 1" HUNGARY 307-311
"CARD 6, FIELD 2" YUGOSLAVIA 312-316
"CARD 6, FIELD 3" RUSSIA 317-321
"CARD 6, FIELD 4" LITHUANIA 322-326
"CARD 6, FIELD 5" FINLAND 327-331
"CARD 6, FIELD 6" ROMANIA 332-336
"CARD 6, FIELD 7" GREECE 337-341
"CARD 6, FIELD 8" ITALY 342-346
"CARD 6, FIELD 9" SPAIN & PORTUGAL 347-351
"CARD 6, FIELD 10" OTHER EUROPE 352-356
"CARD 6, FIELD 11" ASIA 357-361
"CARD 6, FIELD 12" CANADA-FRENCH 362-366
"CARD 6, FIELD 13" CANADA-OTHER 367-371
"CARD 6, FIELD 14" NEWFOUNDLAND 372-376
"CARD 6, FIELD 15" MEXICO 377-381
"CARD 6, FIELD 16" CUBA 382-386
"CARD 7, FIELD 1" CENTRAL AMERICA 387-391
"CARD 7, FIELD 2" OTHER 392-396
"SOURCE TABLE 3, YEARS OF SCHOOL COMPLETED (MALES)"
"CARD 8, FIELD 1" PERSON 25 & OVER 397-401
"CARD 8, FIELD 2" NO SCHOOL COMPLETED 402-406
"CARD 8, FIELD 3" ELEMENTARY 1-4 407-411
"CARD 8, FIELD 4" ELEMENTARY 5-6 412-416
"CARD 8, FIELD 5" ELEMENTARY 7-8 417-421
"CARD 8, FIELD 6" HIGH SCHOOL 1-3 422-426
"CARD 8, FIELD 7" HIGH SCHOOL 4 427-431
"CARD 8, FIELD 8" COLLEGE 1-3 432-436
"CARD 8, FIELD 9" COLLEGE 4+ 437-441
"CARD 8, FIELD 10" NOT REPORTED 442-446
"CARD 8, FIELD 11" MEDIAN 447-451
"SOURCE TABLE 3, YEARS OF SCHOOL COMPLETED (FEMALES)"
"CARD 9, FIELD 1" PERSON 25 & OVER 452-456
"CARD 9, FIELD 2" NO SCHOOL COMPLETED 457-461
"CARD 9, FIELD 3" ELEMENTARY 1-4 467-466
"CARD 9, FIELD 4" ELEMENTARY 5-6 467-471
"CARD 9, FIELD 5" ELEMENTARY 7-8 472-476
"CARD 9, FIELD 6" HIGH SCHOOL 1-3 477-481
"CARD 9, FIELD 7" HIGH SCHOOL 4 482-486
"CARD 9, FIELD 8" COLLEGE 1-3 487-491
"CARD 9, FIELD 9" COLLEGE 4+ 492-496
"CARD 9, FIELD 10" NOT REPORTED 497-501
"CARD 9, FIELD 11" MEDIAN 502-506
"AGE BY RACE BY MALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 10, FIELD 1" MALE POPULATION 507-511
"CARD 10, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 512-516
"CARD 10, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 517-521
"CARD 10, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 522-526
"CARD 10, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 527-531
"CARD 10, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 532-536
"CARD 10, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 537-541
"CARD 10, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 542-546
"CARD 10, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 547-551
"CARD 10, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 552-556
"CARD 10, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 557-561
"CARD 10, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 562-566
"CARD 10, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 567-571
"CARD 10, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 572-576
"CARD 10, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 577-581
"CARD 11, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 582-586
"CARD 11, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 587-591
"CARD 11, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 592-596
"CARD 11, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 597-601
"CARD 11, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 602-606
"CARD 11, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 607-611
"CARD 11, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 612-616
"AGE BY RACE BY FEMALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 12, FIELD 1" FEMALE POPULATION 617-621
"CARD 12, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 622-626
"CARD 12, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 627-631
"CARD 12, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 632-636
"CARD 12, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 637-641
"CARD 12, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 642-646
"CARD 12, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 647-651
"CARD 12, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 652-656
"CARD 12, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 657-661
"CARD 12, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 662-666
"CARD 12, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 667-671
"CARD 12, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 672-676
"CARD 12, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 677-681
"CARD 12, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 682-686
"CARD 12, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 687-691
"CARD 13, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 692-696
"CARD 13, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 697-701
"CARD 13, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 702-706
"CARD 13, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 707-711
"CARD 13, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 712-716
"CARD 13, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 717-721
"CARD 13, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 722-726
"AGE BY NATIVE WHITE MALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 14, FIELD 1" MALE POPULATION 727-731
"CARD 14, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 732-736
"CARD 14, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 737-741
"CARD 14, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 742-746
"CARD 14, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 747-751
"CARD 14, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 752-756
"CARD 14, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 757-761
"CARD 14, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 762-766
"CARD 14, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 767-771
"CARD 14, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 772-776
"CARD 14, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 777-781
"CARD 14, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 728-786
"CARD 14, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 787-791
"CARD 14, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 792-796
"CARD 14, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 797-801
"CARD 15, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 802-806
"CARD 15, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 807-811
"CARD 15, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 812-816
"CARD 15, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 817-821
"CARD 15, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 822-826
"CARD 15, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 827-831
"CARD 15, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 832-836
"AGE BY NATIVE WHITE FEMALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 16, FIELD 1" FEMALE POPULATION 837-841
"CARD 16, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 842-846
"CARD 16, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 847-851
"CARD 16, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 852-856
"CARD 16, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 857-861
"CARD 16, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 862-866
"CARD 16, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 867-871
"CARD 16, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 872-876
"CARD 16, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 877-881
"CARD 16, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 882-886
"CARD 16, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 887-891
"CARD 16, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 892-896
"CARD 16, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 897-901
"CARD 16, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 902-906
"CARD 16, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 907-911
"CARD 17, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 912-916
"CARD 17, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 917-921
"CARD 17, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 922-926
"CARD 17, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 927-931
"CARD 17, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 932-936
"CARD 17, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 937-941
"CARD 17, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 942-946
"AGE BY FOREIGN BORN WHITE MALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 18, FIELD 1" MALE POPULATION 947-951
"CARD 18, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 952-956
"CARD 18, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 957-961
"CARD 18, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 962-966
"CARD 18, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 967-971
"CARD 18, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 972-976
"CARD 18, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 977-981
"CARD 18, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 982-986
"CARD 18, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 987-991
"CARD 18, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 992-996
"CARD 18, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 997-1001
"CARD 18, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 1002-1006
"CARD 18, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 1007-1011
"CARD 18, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 1012-1016
"CARD 18, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 1017-1021
"CARD 19, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 1022-1026
"CARD 19, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 1027-1031
"CARD 19, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 1032-1036
"CARD 19, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 1037-1041
"CARD 19, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1042-1046
"CARD 19, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1047-1051
"CARD 19, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1052-1056
"AGE BY FOREIGN BORN WHITE FEMALES, SOURCE TABLE 2"
"CARD 20, FIELD 1" FEMALE POPULATION 1057-1061
"CARD 20, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 YEARS 1062-1066
"CARD 20, FIELD 3" AGE 5-9 1067-1071
"CARD 20, FIELD 4" AGE 10-14 1072-1076
"CARD 20, FIELD 5" AGE 15-19 1077-1081
"CARD 20, FIELD 6" AGE 20-24 1082-1086
"CARD 20, FIELD 7" AGE 25-29 1087-1091
"CARD 20, FIELD 8" AGE 30-34 1092-1096
"CARD 20, FIELD 9" AGE 35-39 1097-1101
"CARD 20, FIELD 10" AGE 40-44 1102-1106
"CARD 20, FIELD 11" AGE 45-49 1107-1111
"CARD 20, FIELD 12" AGE 50-54 1112-1116
"CARD 20, FIELD 13" AGE 55-59 1117-1121
"CARD 20, FIELD 14" AGE 60-64 1122-1126
"CARD 20, FIELD 15" AGE 65-69 1127-1131
"CARD 21, FIELD 1" AGE 70-74 1132-1136
"CARD 21, FIELD 2" AGE 75+ 1137-1141
"CARD 21, FIELD 3" UNDER 1 YEAR 1142-1146
"CARD 21, FIELD 4" 5 YEARS 1147-1151
"CARD 21, FIELD 5" 14 YEARS 1152-1156
"CARD 21, FIELD 6" 16-17 YEARS 1157-1161
"CARD 21, FIELD 7" 21 AND OVER 1162-1166
"EMPLOYMENT STATUS (MALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 22, FIELD 1" MALES 14 AND OVER 1167-1171
"CARD 22, FIELD 2" IN LABOR FORCE 1172-1176
"CARD 22, FIELD 3" EMPLOYED 1172-1181
"CARD 22, FIELD 4" WAGE AND SALARY 1182-1186
"CARD 22, FIELD 5" EMPLOYERS 1187-1191
"CARD 22, FIELD 6" UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS 1192-1196
"CARD 22, FIELD 7" NOT REPORTED 1197-1201
"CARD 22, FIELD 8" PUBLIC EMERGENCY WORK 1202-1206
"CARD 22, FIELD 9" SEEKING WORK 1207-1211
"CARD 22, FIELD 10" EXPERIENCED WORKERS 1212-1216
"CARD 22, FIELD 11" NEW WORKERS 1217-1221
"CARD 23, FIELD 1" NOT IN LABOR FORCE 1222-1226
"CARD 23, FIELD 2" HOUSEWORK 1227-1231
"CARD 23, FIELD 3" SCHOOL 1232-1236
"CARD 23, FIELD 4" UNABLE TO WORK 1237-1241
"CARD 23, FIELD 5" INSTITUTIONS 1242-1246
"CARD 23, FIELD 6" OTHER 1247-1251
"EMPLOYMENT STATUS (FEMALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 24, FIELD 1" FEMALES 14 AND OVER 1252-1256
"CARD 24, FIELD 2" IN LABOR FORCE 1257-1261
"CARD 24, FIELD 3" EMPLOYED 1262-1266
"CARD 24, FIELD 4" WAGE AND SALARY 1267-1271
"CARD 24, FIELD 5" EMPLOYERS 1272-1276
"CARD 24, FIELD 6" UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS 1277-1281
"CARD 24, FIELD 7" NOT REPORTED 1282-1286
"CARD 24, FIELD 8" PUBLIC EMERGENCY WORK 1287-1291
"CARD 24, FIELD 9" SEEKING WORK 1292-1296
"CARD 24, FIELD 10" EXPERIENCED WORKERS 1297-1301
"CARD 24, FIELD 11" NEW WORKERS 1302-1306
"CARD 25, FIELD 1" NOT IN LABOR FORCE 1307-1311
"CARD 25, FIELD 2" HOUSEWORK 1312-1316
"CARD 25, FIELD 3" SCHOOL 1317-1321
"CARD 25, FIELD 4" UNABLE TO WORK 1322-1326
"CARD 25, FIELD 5" INSTITUTIONS 1327-1331
"CARD 25, FIELD 6" OTHER 1332-1336
"MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUP (MALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 26, FIELD 1" MALES EMPLOYED 1337-1341
"CARD 26, FIELD 2" PROFESSIONAL 1342-1346
"CARD 26, FIELD 3" SEMIPROFESSIONAL 1347-1351
"CARD 26, FIELD 4" PROPRIETORS 1352-1356
"CARD 26, FIELD 5" CLERICAL 1357-1361
"CARD 26, FIELD 6" CRAFTMEN 1362-1366
"CARD 26, FIELD 7" OPERATIVES 1367-1371
"CARD 26, FIELD 8" DOMESTICS 1372-1376
"CARD 26, FIELD 9" SERVICE WORKERS 1377-1381
"CARD 26, FIELD 10" LABORERS 1382-1386
"CARD 26, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTED 1387-1391
"MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUP (FEMALES), SOURCE TABLE 3"
"CARD 27, FIELD 1" FEMALES EMPLOYED 1392-1396
"CARD 27, FIELD 2" PROFESSIONAL 1397-1401
"CARD 27, FIELD 3" SEMIPROFESSIONAL 1402-1406
"CARD 27, FIELD 4" PROPRIETORS 1407-1411
"CARD 27, FIELD 5" CLERICAL 1412-1416
"CARD 27, FIELD 6" CRAFTMEN 1417-1421
"CARD 27, FIELD 7" OPERATIVES 1422-1426
"CARD 27, FIELD 8" DOMESTICS 1427-1431
"CARD 27, FIELD 9" SERVICE WORKERS 1432-1436
"CARD 27, FIELD 10" LABORERS 1437-1441
"CARD 27, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTED 1442-1446
"DWELLING UNITS BY OCCUPANCY STATUS AND RACE, SOURCE TABLE 4"
"CARD 28, FIELD 1" ALL DWELLING UNITS 1447-1451
"CARD 28, FIELD 2" TOTAL OWNER OCCUPIED 1452-1456
"CARD 28, FIELD 3" WHITE OWNER OCCUPIED 1457-1461
"CARD 28, FIELD 4" NEGRO OWNER OCCUPIED 1462-1466
"CARD 28, FIELD 5" OTHER NONWHITE OWNER OCCUPIED 1467-1471
"CARD 28, FIELD 6" TOTAL TENANT OCCUPIED 1472-1476
"CARD 28, FIELD 7" WHITE TENANT OCCUPIED 1477-1481
"CARD 28, FIELD 8" NEGRO TENANT OCCUPIED 1482-1486
"CARD 28, FIELD 9" OTHER NONWHITE TENANT OCCUPIED 1487-1491
"CARD 28, FIELD 10" VACANT FOR SALE OR RENT 1492-1496
"CARD 28, FIELD 11" VACANT NOT FOR SALE OF RENT 1497-1501
"TYPE OF STRUCTURE, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 29, FIELD 1" ONE-FAMILY DETACHED 1505-1506
"CARD 29, FIELD 2" ONE-FAMILY ATTACHED 1507-1511
"CARD 29, FIELD 3" TWO-FAMILY SIDE BY SIDE 1512-1516
"CARD 29, FIELD 4" TWO-FAMILY OTHER 1517-1521
"CARD 29, FIELD 5" THREE-FAMILY 1522-1526
"CARD 29, FIELD 6" FOUR-FAMILY 1527-1531
"CARD 29, FIELD 7" ONE-FOUR-FAMILY WITH BUSINESS 1532-1536
"CARD 29, FIELD 8" FIVE-NINE- FAMILY 1537-1541
"CARD 29, FIELD 9" TEN-NINETEEN-FAMILY 1542-1546
"CARD 29, FIELD 10" TWENTY-FAMILY+ 1547-1551
"CARD 29, FIELD 11" OTHER 1552-1556
"NUMBER OF PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 30, FIELD 1" ALL OCCUPIED UNITS 1557-1561
"CARD 30, FIELD 2" 1-PERSON 1562-1566
"CARD 30, FIELD 3" 2-PERSONS 1567-1571
"CARD 30, FIELD 4" 3-PERSONS 1572-1576
"CARD 30, FIELD 5" 4-PERSONS 1577-1581
"CARD 30, FIELD 6" 5-PERSONS 1582-1586
"CARD 30, FIELD 7" 6-PERSONS 1587-1591
"CARD 30, FIELD 8" 7-PERSONS 1592-1596
"CARD 30, FIELD 9" 8-PERSONS 1597-1601
"CARD 30, FIELD 10" 9-PERSONS 1602-1606
"CARD 30, FIELD 11" 10-PERSONS 1607-1611
"CARD 30, FIELD 12" 11-PERSONS 1612-1616
"PERSONS PER ROOM, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 31, FIELD 1" UNDER .51 1617-1621
"CARD 31, FIELD 2" .51-.75 1622-1626
"CARD 31, FIELD 3" .76-1.00 1627-1631
"CARD 31, FIELD 4" 1.01-1.50 ALL OCCUPIED UNITS 1632-1636
"CARD 31, FIELD 5" 1.51-2.00 1637-1641
"CARD 31, FIELD 6" 2.01+ 1642-1646
"CARD 31, FIELD 7" NOT REPORTING 1647-1651
"CARD 31, FIELD 8" UNDER .51 1652-1656
"CARD 31, FIELD 9" .51-.75 1657-1661
"CARD 31, FIELD 10" .76-1.00 1662-1666
"CARD 31, FIELD 11" 1.01-1.50 TENANT OCCUPIED 1667-1671
"CARD 31, FIELD 12" 1.51-2.00 1672-1676
"CARD 31, FIELD 13" 2.01+ 1677-1681
"CARD 31, FIELD 14" NOT REPORTING 1682-1686
"VALUE OF HOME, SOURCE TABLE 5"
"CARD 32, FIELD 1" NUMBER REPORTING 1687-1691
"CARD 32, FIELD 2" UNDER 500 1692-1696
"CARD 32, FIELD 3" 500-699 1697-1701
"CARD 32, FIELD 4" 700-999 1702-1706
"CARD 32, FIELD 5" 1000-1499 1707-1711
"CARD 32, FIELD 6" 1500-1999 1712-1716
"CARD 32, FIELD 7" 2000-2499 1717-1721
"CARD 32, FIELD 8" 2500-2999 1722-1726
"CARD 32, FIELD 9" 3000-3999 1727-1731
"CARD 32, FIELD 10" 4000-4999 1732-1736
"CARD 32, FIELD 11" 5000-5999 1737-1741
"CARD 32, FIELD 12" 6000-7499 1742-1746
"CARD 32, FIELD 13" 7500-9999 1747-1751
"CARD 32, FIELD 14" 10000-14999 1752-1756
"CARD 32, FIELD 15" 15000-19999 1757-1761
"CARD 33, FIELD 1" 20000+ 1762-1766
"CARD 33, FIELD 2" MEDIAN 1767-1771
"CONTRACT MONTHLY RENT, SOURCE TABLE 5"
"CARD 34, FIELD 1" NUMBER REPORTING 1772-1776
"CARD 34, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 1777-1781
"CARD 34, FIELD 3" 5-6 1782-1786
"CARD 34, FIELD 4" 7-9 1787-1791
"CARD 34, FIELD 5" 10-14 1792-1796
"CARD 34, FIELD 6" 15-19 1797-1801
"CARD 34, FIELD 7" 20-24 1802-1806
"CARD 34, FIELD 8" 25-29 1807-1811
"CARD 34, FIELD 9" 30-39 1812-1816
"CARD 34, FIELD 10" 40-49 1817-1821
"CARD 34, FIELD 11" 50-59 1822-1826
"CARD 34, FIELD 12" 60-74 1827-1831
"CARD 34, FIELD 13" 75-99 1832-1836
"CARD 34, FIELD 14" 100-149 1837-1841
"CARD 34, FIELD 15" 150-199 1842-1846
"CARD 35, FIELD 1" 200+ 1847-1851
"CARD 35, FIELD 2" MEDIAN 1852-1856
"GROSS MONTHLY RENT, SOURCE TABLE 5"
"CARD 36, FIELD 1" NUMBER REPORTING 1857-1861
"CARD 36, FIELD 2" UNDER 5 1862-1866
"CARD 36, FIELD 3" 5-6 1867-1871
"CARD 36, FIELD 4" 7-9 1872-1876
"CARD 36, FIELD 5" 10-14 1877-1881
"CARD 36, FIELD 6" 15-19 1882-1886
"CARD 36, FIELD 7" 20-24 1887-1891
"CARD 36, FIELD 8" 25-29 1892-1896
"CARD 36, FIELD 9" 30-39 1897-1901
"CARD 36, FIELD 10" 40-49 1902-1906
"CARD 36, FIELD 11" 50-59 1907-1911
"CARD 36, FIELD 12" 60-74 1912-1916
"CARD 36, FIELD 13" 75-99 1917-1921
"CARD 36, FIELD 14" 100+ 1922-1926
"CARD 36, FIELD 15" MEDIAN 1927-1931
"STATE OF REPAIR AND PLUMBING, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 37, FIELD 1" NOT NEEDING MAJOR REPAIRS 1932-1936
"CARD 37, FIELD 2" --BATH AND TOILET 1937-1941
"CARD 37, FIELD 3" "--TOILET, NO BATH" 1942-1946
"CARD 37, FIELD 4" "WATER, NO TOILET" 1947-1951
"CARD 37, FIELD 5" --NO WATER 1952-1956
"CARD 37, FIELD 6" NEEDING MAJOR REPAIRS 1957-1961
"CARD 37, FIELD 7" --BATH AND TOILET 1962-1966
"CARD 37, FIELD 8" "--TOILET, NO BATH" 1967-1971
"CARD 37, FIELD 9" "--WATER, NO TOILET " 1972-1976
"CARD 37, FIELD 10" --NO WATER 1977-1981
"CARD 37, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTING 1982-1986
"RADIO, REFRIGERATION, AND HEATING FUEL, SOURCE TABLE 6"
"CARD 38, FIELD 1" RADIO 1987-1991
"CARD 38, FIELD 2" NO RADIO 1992-1996
"CARD 38, FIELD 3" NOT REPORTING 1993-1997
"CARD 38, FIELD 4" REFRIGERATION--MECHANICAL 1997-2001
"CARD 38, FIELD 5" --ICE 2002-2006
"CARD 38, FIELD 6" --OTHER 2007-2011
"CARD 38, FIELD 7" --NONE 2012-2016
"CARD 38, FIELD 8" --NOT REPORTED 2017-2021
"CARD 38, FIELD 9" CENTRAL HEAT 2022-2026
"CARD 38, FIELD 10" NO CENTRAL HEAT 2027-2031
"CARD 38, FIELD 11" NOT REPORTED 2032-2036
2037-2041


Population and Housing-Statistics for Census Tracts
Introduction-General
The Census Tract bulletins present basic population and housing statistics for each tracted area, 33 reported at the Sixteenth Decennial Census, taken as of April 1, 1940. The 60 tract cities for which bulletins are presented are listed on page 3. The population items include sex, age, race, nativity, citizenship, country of birth, highest grade of school completed, employment status, class of worker, and occupation. Among the housing subjects are occupancy status, tenure, value or monthly rent, typo of structure, state of repair and plumbing equipment, size of household, race of bend of household, persons per room, radio, refrigeration equipment and heating fuel by type of heating equipment. In this bulletin population characteristics are presented in tables 1 to 3 and housing statistics in tables 4 to 6. The accompanying map shows the principal boundary streets for each tract.

Historical background
Dr. Walter Laidlaw, working with population statistics in New York City 40 years ago, became convinced that in order to study neighborhoods it was necessary to have population data for local areas smaller than boroughs or wards and to establish these areas so that they would remain unchanged from census to census. At his request the Census Bureau made tabulations of 1910 data by census tracts not only for New York, but also for the 7 other cities having a population of over 500,000. Tract data were tabulated for the same 8 cities in 1920, but this number was increased to 18 in 1930. The increase to 60 cities in 1940 is largely the result of active effort on the part of Clarence E. Batschelet, Geographer of the Bureau of the Census, to obtain the necessary local cooperation for the establishment of census tracts in all cities of 250,000 or more. Much credit is also due Howard Whipple Green, Chairman of the Committee on Census Enumeration Areas of the American Statistical Association, not only for the extension of the list of cities. but especially for increased local interest in census tract statistics and local use of them.

Definition of a census tract
Census tracts are small areas; having a population usually between 3,000 and 6,000, into which certain large cities (and sometimes their adjacent areas) have been subdivided for statistical and local administrative purposes, through cooperation with a local committee in each case. While this sub division into tracts has been more or less arbitrary, several principles have been followed in general in laying out the tracts for each city. The tract areas are established with a view to approximate uniformity in population, with some consideration of uniformity in size, and with due regard for natural barriers. Each tract is designed to include an area fairly homogeneous in population characteristics. In cities where the ward lines are infrequently changed, the tracts may form subdivisions of the wards, though they are usually laid out without regard to the ward boundaries. The tracts are intended to remain unchanged from census to census and thus to make possible studies of changes in social and economic characteristics of the population within small sections of the city.1

Suburban tracts
The tracted area of 35 cities is confined to the corporate limits of the cities; the tracted area for the remaining 25 cities extends into the suburbs. There are 9,169 tracts within the boundaries of the 60 central tract cities. In addition, in the areas surrounding the 26 cities there are 1,292 tracts. The majority of the suburban tracts are subdivisions or urban places.

Uses of census tract data
Tract data are perhaps most widely used by city departments, welfare organizations, commercial establishments, and agencies for social research. Current and long range planning by public and private organizations is facilitated in runny ways by the use of tract statistics. In the study of small neighborhoods within a city, tract figures provide a valuable source of factual material, especially when census data are supplemented by records collected by local agencies. Tract statistics are commonly used as bases for the computation of rates and of significant indexes of economic and social characteristics of the various sections of the city, Local data often used in this manner are records of births, deaths, contagious diseases, and juvenile delinquency, and current statistics on unemployment, relief, and housing conditions.

Other publications including data for census tracts
The total population of each tract is shown in the first series of Population bulletins for States. Limited tabulations of the housing data by city blocks are given in supplements to the first series of Housing bulletins and summarized by tracts for the tract cities. Three housing items not included in the present bulletin appear in these block summaries, namely, number of residential structures, dwelling units by year built, and owner occupied units by mortgage status. With these exceptions, this bulletin includes all of the population and housing figures that will be published for census tracts by the Bureau of the Census.

Available unpublished tract data
All of the items shown for larger areas in the second series of Population and Housing bulletins for States have been tabulated for data are not published in full detail. The unpublished statistics, however, can be made available, upon request, for the nominal cost of transcribing or reproducing them. Requests for such unpublished statistics, addressed to the Director of the Census, Washington, D. C., will receive a prompt reply which will include an estimate of the cost of preparing the data.

1Additional tracts will normally be formed when territory is annexed to a city, with perhaps some changes in the boundaries of the tracts adjacent to the annexation. Tracts in which there are very large increases in population may be subdivided into two or more smaller tracts, if occasion seems to demand it.

Definitions of Terms and Explanations
Brief definitions are explanations of the principal terms used in the tract tables are presented in the following paragraphs. More complete explanations of these terms may be found in the second series of Population bulletins for States and the first and second series of Housing bulletins for States.

Race, nativity and age
Three major race classifications are distinguished in this bulletin, namely, white, Negro, and other races. Persons of Mexican birth or ancestry who were not definitely Indian or of other nonwhite race were returned as white in 1940. In tables 3a and 6a statistics for the nonwhite (Negroes and other nonwhite races combined) are shown separately for tracts with 250 or more nonwhite persons. Occupation statistics for nonwhites are presented for Southern cities only. The white population is divided into two nativity groups, native and foreign born. A person born in the United States or in any of its territories or possessions is counted as native. The foreign-born white are presented by country of birth. The country of birth classification is based on political boundaries as of January 1, 1937, and therefore includes such countries as Austria; Czechoslovakia, and Poland.
The age classification is based on the age of the person at his last birthday before the date of the census, that is, the age of the person in completed years.

Highest grade of school completed
The 1940 census included a question on the last full grade that the person had completed in the regular school system-public, private, or parochial school, college, or university. The tabulation of last grade or year of school completed for census tracts is restricted to persons 25 years old and over, practically all of whom have completed their formal education. In the computation of median years of school completed, the first year of high school is uniformly represented by 9, although there are some areas with only 7 years of elementary school.

Employment status
On the basis of their employment status or activity during the week of March 24 to 30, 1940, all persons 14 years old and over were classified into two large groups: (a) Persons in the labor force, including those employed (at work or with a job, except on public emergency work), those on public emergency work, and those seeking work; and (b) persons not in the labor force, including those engaged in own home housework, those in school, those unable to work, inmates of institutions, other persons not in the labor force, and those whose employment status was not reported.
In the interpretation of the data for persons on public emergency work, allowance must be made for the misclassification in the census returns of some public emergency workers, as a result of which the number of such workers is considerably understated.

Occupation and class of worker
The statistics presented in this bulletin showing workers classified by major occupation groups and class of worker are limited to employed workers, that is, persons 14 years old and over who were actually at work or who had a job in the week of March 2.1 to 30, 1940.
The occupation statistics presented in this bulletin are in terms of 10 major groupings of the 451 specific occupation titles of the 1940 classification system used by the Bureau of the Census. It may be noted that the occupations Farmers (owners and tenants) and Farm managers are included in the major occupation group Proprietors, managers, and officials; and that the occupations Farm laborers (wage workers) and farm foremen and Farm laborers (unpaid family workers) are included in the major occupation group Laborers.

Dwelling unit
A dwelling unit is defined as the living quarters occupied by, or intended for occupancy by, one household. A dwelling unit may be a detached house; a tenement, flat, or apartment in a larger building (apartment house, apartment hotel, or section of a hotel devoted entirely to apartment rather than transient use); or a room in a structure used primarily for business or other nonresidential purposes. It may be a tourist cabin, trailer, railroad car, boat, etc., if occupied by person having no other place of residence.

Population per occupied dwelling unit
The number of occupied dwelling units in 1940 is, roughly comparable with the number of private families or homes show in census reports for 1930. Thus the population per occupied unit in 1940 may be compared with the population per private family in 1930 to indicate changes in family size. The 1930 data and corresponding items for 1940 are not comparable, however, in the few tracts where the resident population in institutions or other special types of dwelling places accounts for a large proportion of the total population of the area.

Occupancy and tenure
Dwelling units are classified by occupancy and tenure into four groups: Owner occupied; tenant-occupied; vacant, for sale or rent; and vacant, not for sale or rent. Dwelling units are classified as occupied if occupied at the time of enumeration by households enumerated at their usual place of residence. The relatively small group classified as vacant, not for sale or rent" includes dwelling Units that were neither occupied nor available for sale or rent at the time of enumeration because they were being held for absent households, and dwelling units that were occupied temporarily by nonresident households.

Value and monthly rent
The enumerator was instructed to report for each owner-occupied dwelling unit the estimated current market value of the home and, if nonfarm, its estimated monthly rental value; for each tenant-occupied unit, the monthly contract rent or, if no cash rent was paid, the estimated monthly rental value based on rents for similar dwelling units in the neighborhood; and far each vacant unit, the rent asked or the estimated rental value. The rental reported for a vacant seasonal dwelling unit represents the actual or estimated monthly amount charged for the unit during the portion of the year it is generally occupied. Average and median values and rents are presented for each census tract. The median value or rent may be defined as that value or rent which divides the whole number of dwelling units into two equal groups, one having values or rents higher than the median, and one having lower.

Gross rent
Gross monthly rent, computed for tenant-occupied nonfarm dwelling units only, represents the estimated rent of the dwelling unit without furniture plus the reported average monthly cost to the tenant of water, electricity, gas, and other fuel. Rent differentials which result from varying practices with respect to inclusion of heat, utilities, and furniture as a part of the contract rent, are therefore eliminated from the gross rent figures.

Type of structure
Dwelling units are classified into 11 groups, according to the type of structure in which they are located. A 1-family detached structure has open space on all four sides and contains only one dwelling unit. A 1-family attached structure has one or both sides built directly against an adjoining structure or structures. Each dwelling unit in a group of three or more row houses is a 1-family attached structure, but two attached dwelling units by themselves constitute a 2-family side-by-side structure.

State of repair and plumbing equipment
Instructions specified that dwelling units were to be classified as needing major repairs when repairs were needed on such parts of the structure as floors, roof, plaster, Walls, or foundations, the continued neglect of which would impair the soundness of the structure and create a hazard to its safety as a place of residence.

Size of household
All persons enumerated as members of the household (including lodgers, servants, and other unrelated persons having no other usual place of residence) are counted in determining the number of persons that occupy each dwelling unit. The statistics on size of household, as presented in this report, should be distinguished from the statistics on size of family as shown in the 1930 reports, since in the 1930 tabulation of families by size only related persons were included.

Persons per room
The number of persons per room, used as an index of crowding, is obtained by dividing the number of persons in the household by the number of rooms in the dwelling unit. This average was computed for each occupied dwelling unit.

Heating fuel by central heating
Steam or hot water systems, piped warm-air systems, and pipeless warm air furnaces are classified as central heating equipment.

Evaluation of data for smell areas
Users of data for the smaller areas (5,000 and under) should bear in mind that the data compiled for such areas represent the work of a very small number of enumerators (often only one or two). Consequently, the data for such areas are subject to a wider margin of error than is to be expected for larger areas. This qualification applies particularly to classifications involving complex definitions which require some judgment on the part of enumerators, such as the question on the need of major repairs. The misinterpretation by an enumerator of instructions pertaining to a particular item may cause a significant bias in the statistics for a very small community, even though it would have a negligible effect upon the figures for a large area.

Footnote:
1In computing the median values the class intervals shown in the tables were used. Rents were reported to the nearest dollar; and in computing the medians the limits of the class intervals were assumed to stand at the mid-point of the one-dollar interval between the end of one of the rent groups and as shown in the table and the beginning of the next. For example, the limits of the interval designated, in round dollars, $10 to $14, were assumed to be $9.50 to $14.95.

List of Census Tract Cities

Akron, Ohio.
Atlanta, Ga.*
Atlantic City, N. J.
Augusta. Ga.
Austin. Tex.
Baltimore, Md.
Berkeley, Calif.*
Birmingham. Ala.
Boston. Mass.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Cambridge. Mass.
Camden, N. J.
Chicago, III.
Cincinnati, Ohio.*
Cleveland, Ohio:
Columbus. Ohio.
Dallas, Tex.
Dayton, Ohio.
Denver, Colo.
Des Moines, Iowa.
Detroit. Mich.
Duluth, Minn.
Elizabeth, N. J.
Flint, Mich.*
Hartford, Conn.
Houston, Tex.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jersey City, N. J.*
Kansas City, MO.
Long Beach, Calif.*
Los Angeles, Calif.*
Louisville, Ky.*
Macon, Ga.
Memphis, Tenn.
Milwaukee. Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn.*
Nashville, Tenn.
Newark, N. J.
New Haven, Conn.
New Orleans, La.
New York City.
(Statistics for health areas.) Oakland, Calif.*
Oklahoma city, Okla.
Paterson, N. J.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.*
Portland, Oreg.
Providence, R. I.
Richmond, Va.
Rochester. N. Y.
St. Louis, Mo.*
St. Paul, Minn.*
San Francisco. Calif.
Savannah, Ga.*
Seattle. Wash.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Toledo, Ohio.
Trenton, N. J.
Washington, D. C.
Yonkers. N. Y.

*Suburban tracts included

Although tract IDs are allocated to an 8 column field, there are four possible subfields to the ID: prefix, tract number, suffix, and a code for split tracts. The subfields are to be punched as follows:

Columns Field
1-2 prefix (generally alphabetic)
3-5 tract number
6-7 suffix (alphabetic or numeric)
8 code for split tracts (0 if not split)