Documentation: Census 1960 Tracts Only Set
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Publisher: U.S. Census Bureau
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citation:
Social Explorer; U.S. Census Bureau; Census Tract-Level Data, 1960 [Computer file]. ICPSR version. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census [producer], 1971. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2007-12-13. doi:10.3886/ICPSR07552
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II. Description of File Contents-1960 Census Tract Summary Tape
A. Explanation of Tabulation Descriptions
Tabulation Description Elements (applies to subject tabulations only, not geographic codes.)

The data fields in each record are organized into tables in the documentation, which are described in terms of their major components or elements. The first element consists of DUALabs Data Descriptor Numbers for used with DUALabs 70-series program. These are 6-digit numbers consisting of a table number (first three digits) and a line number within a table (last three digits). (Geographic codes also have 6-digit Data Descriptors, which always begin with a G.)

The second element is the tabulation title which is a description of each tabulation on the tape. The order of presentation of items on the tape is not reflected in the title.
The third element is the total number of data items or fields in the table.

The fourth element is the universe being tabulated; e.g., persons, persons 14 years and over, vacant housing units.
The fifth element constitutes the variables or stratifiers by which the universe is classified; e.g. age, sex, plumbing facilities. The name of each stratifier is preceded by the word 'By' and followed in parentheses by the number of categories of the particular stratifier.

Below the stratifier names are listed the stratifier categories (sixth element) used to classify the universe in the particular tabulation.

A hypothetical example follows:  
021000 (A) POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY MARITAL STATUS, RACE, AND SEX (B) 20 (C)
Count of Persons 14 Years Old and Over (D)  
By: Race (2) (E) By: Sex (2) (E) By: Marital Status (5) (E)  
      Total: (F)  
      Male: (F)  
021001 (A) Now Married (excludes separated) (F)
002 (A) Widowed (F)
003 (A) Divorced (F)
004 (A) Separated (F)
005 (A) Never Married (F)
      Female: (F)  
006-101 (A) Repeat Marital Status (5) (F)
      Negro: (F)  
011-020 (A) Same as Total (10) (F)
Key: A= DUALabs Data Descriptor Numbers
B= Tabulation title
C= Total number of data items in tabulation
D= Universe
E= Stratifier names and number of categories
F= Stratifier categories


Note the use of the colon following some of the stratifier categories. This indicates that there is no actual item of data on the tape for that category as such. Looking back that the example, the first item or number in the tape for tabulation 21 is for Total Males Now Married, the second item for Total Males Widowed. Following five items of Marital Status for Males, the sixth item is Total Females Now Married, the 11th item Negro Males Now Married, and so on.

Position Identification
At the top of each page describing the data within this file is a unit identifier. It is used to pinpoint the physical location on the tape file of the first data field described upon that page. The elements describing the position are BLOCK (a physical division of the record on tape) and CHARACTER within block.

References for Subject Concept and Geographic Area Definitions and Geographic Code Identification
For definitions of subject concepts and geographic areas, consult the Census Users Dictionary, published as part of the 1970 Census User's Guide by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, Washington D.C. 20233. Also refer to Part III. Population and Housing Census Items, published as part of 1960 Censuses of Population and Housing: Procedural History.

For identification of the geographic codes and location areas, consult section II.D. of this document. Also refer to the 1960 Geographic Identification Code Scheme published by the Census Bureau. Specific higher-level geographic codes (States, County, MCD and Place) and their associated English-Language names are also contained on the 1960 Census Name Tape available from DUALabs or Census.

Xerox copies of the 1960 tract outline maps originally published as part of the report, U.S. Censuses of Population and Housing: 1960 Census Tracts, Final Report PHC (1), are also available.

B. Description of Geographic Records
Geographic Item1 Block 1, Character DUALabs Data Descriptor No.
Padding 20-Jan  
1960 State Code 21-22 G01001
Padding 23-24  
1960 County Code 25-27 G02001
1960 Tract Prefix 28-30 G03001(Entire Tract Code) Prefix= G03002;
1960 Tract Basic Code 31-34 Basic=G03003; Suffix=G03004
1960 Tract Suffix Code 35-37  
Padding 38-44  
Quasi-State Code 45-46 G04001
Padding 47-48  
1960 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Code 49-52 G05001
1960 Minor Civil Division (Census County Division) Code 53-55 G06001
Padding 56-68 G07001
1960 Urbanized Area Code 69-72  
Urban-Rural Code 73 G08001
Padding 74-76  
1960 Place Description Code 77 G09001
Padding 78-80  
1960 Tracted Area Code 81-84 G10001
1960 Tract Group Code 85-88 G11001
1960 Place Size Code 89-90 G12001
Padding 91-92  
1960 Place Code 93-96 G13001
Padding 97-100  
1960 Ward Code 101-102 G14001
Padding 103-104  
1960 Congressional District 105-106 G15001
Padding 107-108  
1960 State Economic Area Code 109-110 G16001
Padding 111-112  
1960 Standard Consolidated Area Code 113 G17001
Padding 114-116  
CVR (Crews of Vessels) Tract Indicator 117 G18001
Padding 118-132  
Tract in Central City County 133 G19001
Padding 134-136  
1960 State Economic Area Code 137 G20001
Padding 138-207  


Footnote:
1For Definitions of items see section II. D. of this document. Also refer to the 1960 Geographic Identification Code Scheme (G.I.C.S.) and the 1970 Census Users Guide

C. Description of Tabular Content of Data Record
Table of Contents
DUALabs Data Title
Descriptor No. Range
Complete Count Tables:
001001-008 Household relationship/whites
002001-006 Occupancy/vacancy status and tenure
003001-012 Housing Quality
004001-016 Rooms in Unit
005001-016 Persons in Unit
006001-008 Crowding
007001-006 Value
008001-008 Household relationship-nonwhites
09001 Count of renter-occupied units reporting rent
010001 Aggregate $ monthly contract rent for renter-occupied units reporting rent
011001-004 Race and sex-nonwhites
012001-050 Age-total population
013001-006 Age-nonwhites
014001-032 Age-white persons
015001-032 Age-nonwhites (continued from table 13)
016001-020 Marital Status
017001-003 Puerto Rican (Spanish) Birth or Parentage
018001-002 Nativity and Parentage
019001-014 Country of Origin
020001-018 Household Structure
021001-007 School Enrollment
022001-024 Years of School Completed
023001-019 Residence in 1955
024001-035 Unrelated Individual Income
026001-018 Employment Status
027001-006 Married Women in Labor Force
028001-048 Occupation
029001-004 Class of Worker
030001-025 Industry
031001-008 Means of Transportation to Work
032001-015 Place of Work
033001-032 Age-Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname
034001-010 Marital Status- Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname
035001-003 Urban-Rural residence
036001-008 Current Activity of Persons Not in Labor Force
037001-007 Farm Activity
038001-007 Tenure and Vacancy Status
39001 Count of Nonwhite Females 14 and Over
40001 Count of Nonwhite Population
041001-002 Tenure-Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname Units
042001-017 Condition and Plumbing
043001-003 Bathrooms
044001-024 Rooms
045001-013 Units in Structure
046001-011 Year Structure Built
047001-003 Basement
048001-006 Heating Equipment
049001-032 Number of Persona
050001-012 Persons per Room
051001-013 Year Moved into Unit
052001-004 Automobiles
053001-030 Value
054001-039 Gross Rent
055001-013 Contract Rent
056001-003 Number of Stories and Presence of Elevator
057001-002 Trailers
058001-004 Source of Water
059001-003 Sewage Disposal
060001-020 Urban-Rural Residence and Tenure
061001-008 Heating Fuel
62001 Count of Persons in the Experienced Civilian Labor Force
063001-231 Detailed Occupation


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DUALabs'   Block Character
Data Descriptor 1 208
Number No. of Data Items
001000 Household Relationship-Whites* 6
  Count of White Persons  
By: Household Relationship (8)  
      001001 Head of Primary Family  
      002 Primary individual  
      003 Wife of head  
      004 Related single child under 18 1  
      005 Other relative of head 2  
      006 Non-relative of head 3  
Padding 1
      007 Inmate of institution 2
      008 Other in group quarters  
Padding 2
002000 Occupancy/Vacancy Status and Tenure* 1
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Year-Round Housing Units  
By: Occupancy/Vacancy Status, Tenure, and Race of Head (6)  
      002001 Total owner-occupied units  
Padding 1
      002 Nonwhite owner occupied 2
      003 Total renter occupied  
Padding 1
      004 Nonwhite renter occupied 1
Padding 1
      005 Vacant for rent 2
      006 Vacant for sale  
Padding 3
003000 Housing Quality* 6
Footnotes: *Tabulation is split by padding.
1This category does not necessarily include all own children under 18.
2 Includes own children 18 and over and also all married children under 18.
3Includes persons in secondary families.
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Units4  
By: Housing Quality and Race of Head (12)  
All occupied and vacant units:  
      003001 Sound, with all facilities  
      002 Sound, lacking or sharing hot water only  
      003 Sound, lacking or sharing other facilities  
      004 Deteriorating  
      005 Deteriorating, with all facilities  
      006 Deteriorating, lacking or sharing hot water only  
Padding 1
      007 Dilapidated 1
Padding 2
Nonwhite housing units:  
      008 Sound, with all facilities 2
      009 Sound, lacking or sharing some facilities  
Padding 1
      010 Deteriorating, with all facilities 3
      011 Deteriorating, lacking or sharing some facilities  
      012 Dilapidated 1
Padding  
Footnotes: 4Unless otherwise stated, vacant includes vacant seasonal, migratory, and year-round units.
004000 Rooms in Unit* 8
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Race of Head (2) By: Number of Rooms in Unit (8)  
All occupied and vacant units:  
      004001 1 room in unit  
      002 2 rooms  
      003 3 rooms  
      004 4 rooms  
      005 5 rooms  
      006 6 rooms  
      007 7 rooms  
      008 8 or more rooms  
Padding 1
Nonwhite Housing Units:  
009-016 Repeat Rooms (8) 8
005000 Persons in Unit 16
  Count of Occupied Housing Units  
By: Race of Head (2) By: Number of Persons in Unit (8)  
All occupied housing units:  
      005001 1 person in unit  
      002 2 persons  
      003 3 persons  
      004 4 persons  
      005 5 persons  
      006 6 persons  
      007 7 persons  
      008 8 persons or more  
Nonwhite housing units:  
      009-016 Repeat Persons (8)  
006000 Crowding 8
  Count of Occupied Units  
By: Race of Head (2) By: Persons per Room (4)  
All occupied units:  
      006001 .5 or less  
      002 .51 to .75  
      003 .76 to 1.00  
      004 1.01 or more  
Nonwhite housing units:  
      005-008 Repeat Persons Per Room (4)  
      Padding 1
007000 Value5 6
  Count of Owner-Occupied Units Reporting Value  
By: Value (6)  
      007001 Under $5,000  
      002 $5,000-$9,999  
      003 $10,000-$14,999  
      004 $15,000-$19,999  
      005 $20,000-$24,999  
      006 $25,000 or more  
Padding 3
Footnotes: 5Respondents estimate. Value is tabulated for owner-occupied units having only one unit on the property and no business. Units in multi-unit structures and trailers are excluded as are units on farms and units on ten or more acres. Value is tabulated on a 100-percent basis in places of 50,000 or more persons, 25-percent elsewhere.
008000 Household Relationship-Nonwhites*6 6
  Count of Nonwhite Persons  
By: Household Relationship (8)  
      008001 Head of primary family  
      002 Primary individual  
      003 Wife of head  
      004 Related single child under 18  
      005 Other relative of head  
      006 Nonrelative  
Padding 1
      007 Inmate of institution 2
      008 Other in group quarters  
Padding 1
Footnotes: 6See footnotes 1, 2, and 3, page 1.
009001 Count of Renter-Occupied Units Reporting Rent 1
010001 Aggregate $ Monthly Contract Rent for Renter-Occupied  
  Units Reporting Rent7 1
Padding 6
Footnotes: 7Excludes one-family houses on places of 10 or more acres. Contract rent is tabulated on a 100-percent basis in place of 50,000 or more population; 25-percent elsewhere.
011000 Race and Sex-Nonwhites 4
  Count of Nonwhite Persons  
By: Race (2) By: Sex (2)  
Negroes:  
      011001 Male  
      002 Female  
Other Nonwhites:  
      003-004 Repeat Sex (2)  
Padding 2
012000 Age-Total Population* 44
  Count of Persons  
By: Age (25) By: Sex (2)  
Under 1 Year:  
      012001 Male  
      002 Female  
1 Year:  
       003 · Male  
       004 · Female  
·  
·  
·  
·  
·  
·  
·  
·  
20 Years:  
      041 Male  
      042 Female  
21-24 Years  
      043 Male  
      044 Female  
Padding 32
75-79 Years:  
      045-046 Repeat Sex (2) 6
80-84 Years:  
      047-048 Repeat Sex (2)  
85 Years and Over:  
      049-050 Repeat Sex (2)  
013000 Age-Nonwhites8 6
  Count of Nonwhite Persons  
By: Age (3) By: Sex (2)  
18 Years:  
      013001 Male  
      002 Female  
19 Years:  
      003 Male  
      004 Female  
20 Years:  
      005 Male  
      006 Female  
Padding 11
Footnotes: 8See also Table 15.
014000 Age-White Persons 32
  Count of White Persons  
By: Age (16) By: Sex (2)  
Under 5 Years:  
      014001 Male  
      002 Female  
5-9 Years:  
      003-004 Repeat Sex (2)  
      10-14 Years:  
      005-006 Repeat Sex (2)  
15-19 Years:  
      007-008 Repeat Sex (2)  
20-24 Years:  
      009-010 Repeat Sex (2)  
25-29 Years:  
      011-012 Repeat Sex (2)  
30-34 Years:  
      013-014 Repeat Sex (2)  
35-39 Years:  
      015-016 Repeat Sex (2)  
40-44 Years:  
      017-018 Repeat Sex (2)  
45-49 Years:  
      019-020 Repeat Sex (2)  
50-54 Years:  
      021-022 Repeat Sex (2)  
55-59 Years:  
      023-024 Repeat Sex (2)  
60-64 Years:  
      025-026 Repeat Sex (2)  
65-69 Years:  
      027-028 Repeat Sex (2)  
70-74 Years:  
      029-030 Repeat Sex (2)  
75 Years and Over:  
      031-032 Repeat Sex (2)  
Padding 2
015000 Age-Nonwhites9 32
  Count of Nonwhite Persons  
By: Age (16) By: Sex (2)  
Under 5 Years:  
      015001 Male  
      002 Female  
5-9 Years  
      003 Male  
      004 Female  
      10-14 Years:  
      005-006 Repeat Sex (2)  
15-19 Years:  
      007-008 Repeat Sex (2)  
20-24 Years:  
      009-010 Repeat Sex (2)  
25-29 Years:  
      011-012 Repeat Sex (2)  
30-34 Years:  
      013-014 Repeat Sex (2)  
35-39 Years:  
      015-016 Repeat Sex (2)  
40-44 Years:  
      017-018 Repeat Sex (2)  
45-49 Years:  
      019-020 Repeat Sex (2)  
50-54 Years:  
      021-022 Repeat Sex (2)  
55-59 Years:  
      023-024 Repeat Sex (2)  
60-64 Years:  
      025-026 Repeat Sex (2)  
65-69 Years:  
      027-028 Repeat Sex (2)  
70-74 Years:  
      029-030 Repeat Sex (2)  
75 Years and Over:  
      031-032 Repeat Sex (2)  
Padding 2
Footnotes: 9See also Table 13.
016000 Marital Status* 10
  Count of Persons 14 and Over  
By: Race (2) By: Marital Status (5) By: Sex (2)  
White Persons:  
Single:  
      016001 Male  
      002 Female  
Married, not separated:  
      003-004 Repeat Sex (2)  
Separated:  
      005-006 Repeat Sex (2)  
Widowed  
      007-008 Repeat Sex (2)  
Divorced  
      009-010 Repeat Sex (2)  
Padding 2
Nonwhite Persons:  
      011-020 Repeat Marital Status and Sex (10) 10
Padding 17
017000 Puerto Rican Birth or Parentage10 3
  Count of Puerto Rican or Spanish Surname Persons  
By: Birth and Parentage (3)  
      017001 Born in Puerto Rico  
      002 Persons of Puerto Rican Parentage  
      003 Puerto Rican Nonwhites  
Footnotes: 10In Texas, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and California, tally is for Spanish surname persons. Categories are as follows: 0117001 Native born persons w/ Spanish surname; 017002 Foreign born with Spanish surname; 017003 Mexican born with Spanish surname.
018000 Nativity and Parentage 2
  Count of Foreign Stock Persons  
By: Nativity and Parentage (2)  
      018001 Foreign born  
      002 Native of foreign or mixed parentage  
019000 Country of Origin 14
  Count of Foreign Stock Persons  
By: Country of Origin (14)  
      019001 United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)  
      002 Ireland (Eire)  
      003 Norway  
      004 Sweden  
      005 Germany  
      006 Poland  
      007 Czechoslovakia  
      008 Austria  
      009 Hungary  
      010 U.S.S.R.  
      011 Italy  
      012 Canada  
      013 Mexico  
      014 All others and not reported  
020000 Household Structure 18
  Count of Married Couples, Persons in Households and Group Quarters  
By: Race (2) By: Presence and Age of Members (9)  
Whites:  
      020001 Total married couples in primary or secondary families  
002 With own household
003 With own child under 6 only
004 With own child under 18
005 With husband under 45
006 Husband under 45, child under 18
      007 Unrelated individuals (including group quarters persons)  
      008 Persons under 18 (own children)  
      009 Persons under 18, with both parents  
Nonwhites:  
      010-018 Repeat Household Structure (9)  
021000 School Enrollment 7
  Count of Persons 5 to 34 Years Enrolled in School  
By: Level and Type of School in Which Enrolled (7)  
      021001 Total in kindergarten  
      002 Public kindergarten
      003 Total in elementary school11  
      004 Public elementary school
      005 Total highschool  
      006 Public highschool
      007 College  
Footnotes: 11Elementary school is grades 1 to 8.
022000 Years of School Completed 24
  Count of Persons 25 and Over  
By: Race (3) By: Years of School Completed (8)  
Total population 25 and over:  
      022001 No school years completed  
      002 1 to 4 years  
      003 5 to 7 years  
      004 8 years  
      005 Highschool, 1 to 3 years  
      006 Highschool, 4 years  
      007 College, 1 to 3 years  
      008 College, 4 or more years  
Nonwhites 25 and over:  
      009-016 Repeat Years of School Complete (8)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname 25 and over:  
      017-024 Repeat Years of School Complete (8)  
023000 Residence in 1955* 1
  Count of Persons 5 and Over  
By: Race and Residence in 1955 (19)  
Total Population:  
      023001 Same house as 1960  
Padding 1
Different house:  
      002 Central City, this SMSA 2
      003 Other part of this SMSA  
Padding 1
      004 Outside this SMSA, North and West 8
      005 Outside this SMSA, South  
      006 Abroad  
      007 Moved, 1955 residence not reported  
      008 Different house, same county  
      009 Different house, same state  
      010 Different state  
Nonwhite Population:  
      011 Same house as 1960  
Padding 1
Different house:  
      012 Central City, this SMSA 8
      013 Other part of this SMSA  
      014 In U.S., outside this SMSA  
      015 Abroad  
      016 Moved, 1955 residence not reported  
      017 Different house, same county  
      018 Different county, same state  
      019 Different state  
Padding 6
024000 Family Income 35
  Count of Families  
By: Race and Family Income in 1959 (25)  
All families:  
      024001 Less than $1,000  
      002 $1,000-$1,999  
      003 $2,000-$2,999  
      004 $3,000-$3,999  
      005 $4,000-$4,999  
      006 $5,000-$5,999  
      007 $6,000-$6,999  
      008 $7,000-$7,999  
      009 $8,000-$8,999  
      010 $9,000-$9,999  
      011 $10,000-$14,999  
      012 $15,000-$24,999  
      013 $25,000 and over  
Nonwhite families:  
      014 Less than $1,000  
      015 $1,000-$1,999  
      016 $2,000-$2,999  
      017 $3,000-$3,999  
      018 $4,000-$4,999  
      019 $5,000-$5,999  
      020 $6,000-$6,999  
      021 $7,000-$7,999  
      022 $8,000-$8,999  
      023 $9,000-$9,999  
      024 $10,000 or more  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname Families:  
      025-035 Repeat Nonwhite Family Income (11)  
025000 Unrelated Individual Incomes 35
  Count of Unrelated Individuals 14 and Over  
By: Race and Income (35)  
All unrelated individuals 14 and over:  
      025001 Less than $1,000  
      002 $1,000-$1,999  
      003 $2,000-$2,999  
      004 $3,000-$3,999  
      005 $4,000-$4,999  
      006 $5,000-$5,999  
      007 $6,000-$6,999  
      008 $7,000-$7,999  
      009 $8,000-$8,999  
      010 $9,000-$9,999  
      011 $10,000-$14,999  
      012 $15,000-$24,999  
      013 $25,000 and over  
Nonwhite unrelated individuals 14 and over:  
      014 Less than $1,000  
      015 $1,000-$1,999  
      016 $2,000-$2,999  
      017 $3,000-$3,999  
      018 $4,000-$4,999  
      019 $5,000-$5,999  
      020 $6,000-$6,999  
      021 $7,000-$7,999  
      022 $8,000-$8,999  
      023 $9,000-$9,999  
      024 $10,000 or more  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname unrelated individuals 14 and over:  
      025-035 Repeat Nonwhite Income (11)  
026000 Employment Status 18
  Count of Persons 14 Years and Over  
By: Sex, Race, and Employment Status (18)  
      Male:  
Total:  
      026001 Employed civilians  
      002 Unemployed  
      003 Armed Forces  
      004 Not in labor force  
Nonwhite:  
      005-008 Repeat Employment Status (4)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname:  
      009-012 Repeat Employment Status (4)  
      Female:  
Total:  
      013 Employed civilians  
      014 Unemployed  
      015 Armed Forces  
      016 Not in labor force  
Nonwhite:  
      017 In labor force  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname:  
      018 In labor force  
027000 Married Women in Labor Force 6
  Count of Married Women in the Labor Force  
By: Race (3) By: Presence of Husband and Children Under 6 (2)  
      Total:  
      027001 Husband present  
      002 Husband present, children under 6  
Nonwhite:  
      003-004 Repeat Presence of Husband and Children (2)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname:  
      005-006 Repeat Presence of Husband and Children (2)  
028000 Occupation 48
  Count of Employed Civilians 14 and Over  
By: Sex (2) By: Race (2) By: Occupation (12)  
Male:  
      Total:  
      028001 Professional, technical, and kindred workers  
      002 Farmers and farm managers  
      003 Managers, officials, and proprietors  
      004 Clerical and kindred workers  
      005 Sales workers  
      006 Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers  
      007 Operatives and kindred workers, including mine  
      008 Private household workers  
      009 Service workers, except household  
      010 Farm laborers and foremen  
      011 Laborers except farm and mine  
      012 Not reported  
      Nonwhite:  
      013-024 Repeat Occupation (12)  
Female:  
      025-036 Same as Male (24)  
      037-048  
029000 Class of Worker 4
  Count of Employed Civilians 14 and Over  
By: Class of Worker (14)  
      029001 Private wage and salary worker  
      002 Government worker  
      003 Self-employed worker  
      004 Unpaid family worker  
030000 Industry 25
031000 Count of Employed Civilians 14 and Over  
By: Industry (25)  
      030001 Mining  
      002 Construction  
      003 Furniture, lumber, and wood  
      004 Metal industry  
      005 Machinery  
      006 Transportation equipment  
      007 Other durable goods  
      008 Food and kindred industries  
      009 Textile and apparel  
      010 Printing, publishing, and allied  
      011 Other nondurable goods  
      012 R.R. and Railway Express  
      013 Other transportation  
      014 Communications, utilities, sanitary services  
      015 Wholesale trade  
      016 Eating and drinking places  
      017 Other retail  
      018 Business and repair services  
      019 Private household services  
      020 Other personal services  
      021 Hospitals  
      022 Educational services  
      023 Other professional services  
      024 Public administration  
      025 Other, including not reported  
Means of Transportation to Work 8
Count of Working Persons 14 and Over (includes Armed Forces)  
By: Means of Transportation to Work (8)  
      031001 Railroad  
      002 Subway or elevated  
      003 Bus or streetcar  
      004 Other public means  
      005 Private auto or carpool  
      006 Walked  
      007 Worked at home (includes resident domestics)  
      008 Not Reported  
Padding 1
032000 Place of Work12 15
  Count of Working Persons 14 and Over (includes  
Armed Forces)  
By: Place of Work (15)  
      032001 Area A  
      002 Area B  
      003 Area C  
·  
·  
·  
·  
·  
      013 Area M  
      014 Elsewhere  
      015 Not reported  
Footnotes: 12For specific place names refer to place of work area codes available from the Central Users Service, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233.
033000 Age-Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname 32
  Count of Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname Persons  
By: Sex (2) By: Age (16)  
Male:  
      033001 Under 5 years  
      002 5-9  
      003 10-14  
      004 15-19  
      005 20-24  
      006 25-29  
      007 30-34  
      008 35-39  
      009 40-44  
      010 45-49  
      011 50-54  
      012 55-59  
      013 60-64  
      014 65-69  
      015 70-74  
      016 75 and over  
Female:  
      017-032 Repeat Age (16)  
034000 Marital Status-Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname 10
  Count of Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname Persons 14 and Over  
By: Sex (2) By: Marital Status (5)  
Male:  
      034001 Married, not separated  
      002 Windowed  
      003 Divorced  
      004 Separated  
      005 Single  
Female:  
      006-010 Repeat Marital Status (5)  
035000 Urban-Rural Residence* 1
  Count of Persons  
By: Urban-Rural Residence (3)  
      035001 Urban  
Padding 1
      002 Rural nonfarm* 2
      003 Rural farm*  
Note: *Determined for persons in places of less than 50,000 population only. Otherwise, left blank.
036000 Current Activity of Persons Not In Labor Force 8
  Count of Persons 14 and Over not in Labor Force  
By: Sex (2) By: Current Activity (4)  
Male:  
      036001 Inmate  
      002 Enrolled in school (ages 14 to 34 only)  
      003 Other under 65  
      004 Other, 65 and over  
Female:  
      005-008 Repeat Current Activity (4)  
037000 Farm Activity 5
  Count of Person 14 and Over Employed in Agriculture  
By: Sex and Farm Activity (5)  
      037001 Total employed in agriculture  
Male:  
      002 Farmers  
      003 Farm laborers  
Female:  
      004-005 Repeat Farm Activity (2)  
038000 Tenure and Vacancy Status 7
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Tenure, Vacancy Status, and Race of Head (7)  
Total units:  
      030001 Owner occupied  
      002 Renter occupied  
Nonwhite units:  
      003-004 Repeat Tenure (2)  
Vacant units:  
      005 Vacant-for-sale only  
      006 Vacant-for-rent  
      007 Other vacant (includes seasonal and migratory)  
039001 Count of Nonwhite Females 14 and Over 1
040001 Count of Nonwhite Population 1
041000 Tenure-Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname Units 2
  Count of Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname Occupied Housing Units  
By: Tenure (2)  
      041001 Owner occupied  
      002 Renter occupied  
042000 Condition and Plumbing 17
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Race of Head, Condition, and Plumbing Facilities (17)  
All occupied and vacant units:  
      042001 Sound, with all facilities  
      002 Sound, lacking or sharing hot water only  
      003 Sound, lacking or sharing private toilet, bath or running water  
      004 Deteriorating, with all facilities  
      005 Deteriorating, lacking or sharing hot water only  
      006 Deteriorating, lacking or sharing private toilet, bath, or running water  
      007 Dilapidated  
Nonwhite units:  
      008 Sound, with all facilities  
      009 Sound, lacking or sharing some facilities  
      010 Deteriorating, with all facilities  
      011 Deteriorating, lacking or sharing some facilities  
      012 Dilapidated  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname units:  
      013-017 Repeat Nonwhite Condition and Plumbing (5)  
043000 Bathrooms 3
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Number of Bathrooms (3)  
      043001 One bath  
      002 More than one  
      003 Shared or none inside the structure  
044000 Rooms 24
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Race of Head (3) By: Rooms in Unit (8)  
All occupied and vacant units:  
      044001 1 room in unit  
      002 2 rooms  
      003 3 rooms  
      004 4 rooms  
      005 5 rooms  
      006 6rooms  
      007 7 rooms  
      008 8 rooms or more  
Nonwhite units:  
      009-016 Repeat Rooms (8)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname units:  
      017-024 Repeat Rooms (8)  
045000 Units in Structure 13
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Race if Head and Units in Structure (13)  
All occupied and vacant units:  
      045001 In 1-unit structures  
      002 In 2-unit structures  
      003 In 3-4 unit structures  
      004 in 5-9 unit structures  
      005 in 10-or-more-unit structures  
Nonwhite units:  
      006 In 1-unit structures  
      007 In 2-unit structures  
      008 In 3-4 unit structures  
      009 In 5-or-more-unit structures  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname units:  
      010-013 Repeat Nonwhite Units in Structures (4)  
046000 Year Structure Built 11
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Tenure, Race of Head, and Year Structure Built (11)  
All occupied and vacant units:  
      046001 1950-1960  
      002 1940-1949  
      003 Before 1940  
Owner-occupied units:  
      004 1950-1960  
      005 Before 1950  
Nonwhite units:  
      006-008 Repeat Occupied and Vacant Year Structure Built (3)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname units:  
      009-011 Repeat Occupied and Vacant Year Structure Built (3)  
047000 Basement 3
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Type of Foundation (Basement) (3)  
      047001 Basement  
      002 Concrete slab  
      003 Other  
048000 Heating Equipment 6
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Units  
By: Heating Equipment (6)  
      048001 Steam or hot water  
      002 Warm air from furnace  
      003 Built-in room units  
      004 Other, with flue  
      005 Other, without flue  
      006 No heating equipment  
049000 Number of Persons 32
  Count of Occupied Housing Units  
By: Tenure and Head of House (4) By: Number of Person in Unit (8)  
All owner-occupied units:  
      049001 1 person in unit  
      002 2 persons  
      003 3 persons  
      004 4 persons  
      005 5 persons  
      006 6 persons  
      007 7 persons  
      008 8 persons or more  
All renter-occupied units:  
      009-016 Repeat Persons in Unit (8)  
Nonwhite units:  
      017-024 Repeat Persons in Unit (8)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname Units:  
      025-033 Repeat Persons in Unit (8)  
050000 Persons Per Room 12
  Count of Occupied Housing Units  
By: Race of Head (3) By: Persons Per Room (4)  
All occupied units:  
      050001 Less than 0.51 persons per rooms  
      002 0.51-0.75  
      003 0.76-1.00  
      004 1.01 or more  
Nonwhite occupied units:  
      005-008 Repeat Persons Per Room (4)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname occupied units:  
      009-012 Repeat Persons Per Room (4)  
051000 Year Moved Into Unit 13
  Count of Occupied Housing Units  
By: Tenure, Race of Head, and Year Head Moved Into Unit (13)  
All occupied units:  
      051001 1958-1960  
      002 1954-1957  
      003 1940-1953  
      004 Before 1940  
All owner-occupied units:  
      005 1958-1960  
      006 1954-1957  
      007 Before 1954  
Nonwhite occupied units:  
      008-010 Repeat Owner-Occupied Year Moved In (3)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname occupied units:  
      011-013 Repeat Owner-Occupied Year Moved In (3)  
052000 Automobiles13 4
  Count of Occupied Housing Units  
By: Number of Automobiles (4)  
      052001 None  
      002 1 automobile  
      003 2 automobiles  
      004 3 automobiles or more  
Footnotes: 1320-percent item in places of 50,000 or more populations, 5-percent elsewhere.
053000 Value14 30
  Count of Owner-Occupied Units Reporting Value  
By: Race of Head (3) By: Value (10)  
All Units:  
      053001 Under $5,000  
      002 $5,000-$7,499  
      003 $7,500-$9,999  
      004 $10,000-$12,499  
      005 $12,500-$14,999  
      006 $15,000-$17,499  
      007 $17,500-$19,999  
      008 $20,000-$24,999  
      009 $25,000-$34,999  
      010 $35,000 or more  
Nonwhite units:  
      011-020 Repeat Value (10)  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname units:  
      021-030 Repeat Value (10)  
Footnotes: 14Refer to footnote 5, page 3. This item obtained from the 25-percent sample for all units regardless of size of place in which located.
054000 Gross Rent 39
  Count of Renter-Occupied Units Reporting Gross Rent  
By: Race of Head and Gross Rent (39)  
All units:  
      054001 Less than $20  
      002 $20-$29  
      003 $30-$39  
      004 $40-$49  
      005 $50-$59  
      006 $60-$69  
      007 $70-$79  
      008 $80-$89  
      009 $90-$99  
      010 $100-$119  
      011 $120-$149  
      012 $150-$199  
      013 $200 or more  
Nonwhite units:  
      014 Less than $20  
      015 $20-$29  
      016 $30-$39  
      017 $40-$49  
      018 $50-$59  
      019 $60-$69  
      020 $70-$79  
      021 $80-$89  
      022 $90-$99  
      023 $100-$119  
      024 $120-$149  
      025 $150 or more  
      026 no cash rent  
Puerto Rican/Spanish Surname units:  
      027-039 Repeat Nonwhite Gross Rent (13)  
055000 Contract Rent15 13
  Count of Renter-Occupied and Vacant-for-Rent Units  
Reporting Contract Rent  
By: Contract Rent (13)  
      055001 Less than $20  
      002 $20-$29  
      003 $30-$39  
      004 $40-$49  
      005 $50-$59  
      006 $60-$69  
      007 $70-$79  
      008 $80-$89  
      009 $90-$99  
      010 $100-$119  
      011 $120-$149  
      012 $150 or more  
      013 no cash rent  
Footnotes: 15 See footnote 7, page 4. This item obtained from the 25-percent sample for all units regardless of size or place in which located.
056000 Number of Stories and Presence of Elevator16 3
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Number of Stories and Presence of Elevator (3)  
      056001 2 stories or less  
      002 4 or more stories, with elevator  
      003 4 or more stories, without elevator  
Footnotes: 16This item tabulated for units in structures in places with 50,000 or more population only
057000 Trailers 2
  Count of Occupied Trailers  
By: Type (2)  
      057001 Mobile  
      002 Permanent foundation  
058000 Source of Water17 4
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Water Source (4)  
      058001 Private system or company  
      002 Connected to public sewer  
      003 Individual well  
      004 Other  
Footnotes: 17Omitted in places of 50,000 or more population
059000 Sewage Disposal18 3
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Housing Units  
By: Type of Sewage Disposal (3)  
      059001 Public sewer  
      002 Septic tank or cesspool  
      003 Other or none  
Footnotes: 18Ibid.
060000 Urban-Rural Location and Tenure 20
  Count of Occupied and Vacant Year-Round Housing Units  
By: Tenure, Race of Head, and Urban-Rural Location (20)  
Occupied and vacant units:  
Total:  
      060001 Urban  
      002 Rural  
      003 Rural farm (occupied only)  
      004 Rural nonfarm  
Nonwhite:  
      005-008 Repeat Urban-Rural (4)  
Owner-occupied units:  
Total:  
      009 Urban  
      010 Rural farm  
      011 Rural nonfarm  
Nonwhite:  
      012-014 Repeat Owner Urban-Rural (3)  
Renter-occupied units:  
      015-017 Repeat Owner Urban-Rural (3)  
Nonwhite:  
      018-020 Repeat Owner Urban-Rural (3)  
Padding19 1
Footnotes: 19In the original Census 8-block matrix, this field is identified as excess housing capacity, a statistic derived from the 5 percent questionnaire and calculated by subtracting persons from available rooms in tract. No Data Descriptor has been provided for this item because its usefulness is questionable. The user may provide his own Data Descriptor if he wishes or he may treat the field as padding.
061000 Heating Fuel 8
  Count of Occupied Units  
By: Heating Fuel (8)  
      061001 Coal or coke  
      002 Wood  
      003 Utility gas  
      004 Bottled gas or I.P. gas  
      005 Electricity  
      006 Fuel oil, kerosene  
      007 Other  
      008 No heating fuel  
062001 Count of Persons in the Experienced Civilian Labor Force 1
053000 Detailed Occupation  
  Count of Persons in the Experienced Civilian Labor Force  
By: Detailed Occupation (231)  
Professional, technical, and kindred workers:  
      063001 Accountants and auditors  
      002 Actors, dancers, and entertainers  
      003 Airplane pilots and navigators  
      004 Architects  
      005 Artists and art teachers  
      006 Authors  
      007 Chemists  
      008 Chiropractors  
      009 Clergymen  
College professors, presidents, and instructors:  
      010 Agricultural sciences  
      011 Biological sciences  
      012 Chemistry  
      013 Economics  
      014 Engineering  
      015 Geologists and geophysicists  
      016 Mathematics  
      017 Medical sciences  
      018 Physics  
      019 Psychology  
      020 Statistics  
      021 Natural sciences  
      022 Social sciences  
      023 Other subjects and unspecified  
      024 Dentists  
      025 Designers  
      026 Dieticians and nutritionists  
      027 Draftsmen  
      028 Editors and reporters  
Engineers-technical:  
      029 Aeronautical engineers  
      030 Chemical engineers  
      031 Civil engineers  
      032 Electrical engineers  
      033 Industrial engineers  
      034 Mechanical engineers  
      035 Metallurgical engineers  
      036 Mining engineers  
      037 Sales engineers  
      038 Engineers, not classified  
      039 Farm and home management advisors  
      040 Foresters and conservationists  
      041 Funeral directors and embalmers  
      042 Lawyers and judges  
      043 Librarians  
      044 Musicians and music teachers  
Natural scientists (NEC):  
      045 Agricultural scientists  
      046 Biological scientists  
      047 Geologists and geophysicists  
      048 Mathematicians  
      049 Physicists  
      050 Misc. natural scientists  
      051 Nurses, professional  
      052 Nurses, student professional  
      053 Optometrists  
      054 Osteopaths  
      055 Personnel and labor relations workers  
      056 Pharmacists  
      057 Photographers  
      058 Physicians and surgeons  
      059 Radio operators  
      060 Recreation and group workers  
      061 Religious workers  
      062 Social and welfare workers except group workers  
Social scientists  
      063 Economists  
      064 Psychologists  
      065 Statisticians and actuaries  
      066 Misc. social scientists  
      067 Surveyors  
      068 Teachers, elementary  
      069 Teachers, secondary schools  
      070 Teachers, NEC  
Technicians  
      071 Medical or dental  
      072 Electrical or electronic  
      073 Other engineering and physical  
      074 Technicians NEC  
      075 Therapists and healers  
      076 Veterinarians  
      078 Farmers and farm managers  
Managers, officials, proprietors, except farm  
      079 Buyers and department heads  
      080 Conductors, R.R.  
      081 Officers, pilots, pursers, engineers-shipping  
      082 Officials, State and local administration  
      083 Purchasing agents and buyers  
      084 Other managers, officials, proprietors except farm  
Managers, officials, proprietors, NEC  
      Salaried:  
      085 Eating and drinking places  
      086 Other industries  
      Self-employed:  
      087 Eating and drinking places  
      088 Other industries  
Clerical and kindred workers:  
      089 Attendants, physicians, and dental offices  
      090 Bookkeepers  
      091 Cashiers  
      092 Dispatchers and starters  
      093 Mail carriers  
      094 Office machine operators  
      095 Payroll clerks  
      096 Secretaries  
      097 Shipping clerks  
      098 Stenographers  
      099 Stock clerks and store keepers  
      100 Telegraph operators  
      101 Telephone operators  
      102 Typists  
      103 Other clerical and kindred workers  
      104 Insurance agents, brokers, underwriters  
      105 Real estate agents and brokers  
      106 Sales, rental trade  
      107 Sales, other  
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers:  
      108 Bakers  
      109 Blacksmiths  
      110 Boiler makers  
      111 Brick masons, tile setters, etc.  
      112 Cabinet makers  
      113 Carpenters  
      114 Cement and concrete finishers  
      115Compositors and type setters  
      116 Cranemen, derrickmen, hoisters  
      117 Electricians  
      118 Electrotypers and stereotypers  
      119 Engravers except photo  
      120 Excavating, grading, and [?] machine operators  
      121 Foremen, NEC  
      122 Forgemen and hammermen  
      123 Furriers  
      124 Glaziers  
      125 Heat treaters, annealers, temperers  
      126 Jewelers, watchmakers, gold/silversmiths  
      127 Job setters, metal  
      128 Linemen and servicemen, telephone and telegraph and power  
      129 Locomotive engineers  
      130 Locomotive firemen  
      131 Loom fixers  
      132 Machinists  
Mechanics and Repairmen:  
      133 Air conditioning, heating and refrigeration  
      134 Airplane  
      135 Automobile  
      136 Office machine  
      137 Radio and T.V.  
      138 R.R. and car shop  
      139 Mechanics, NEC  
      140 Millers, grain and flour, etc.  
      141 Millwrights  
      142 Molders, metal  
      143 Opticians, lens grinders, polishers  
      144 Painters, construction and maintenance  
      145 Paper hangers  
      146 Pattern and model makers, except paper  
      147 Photoengravers and lithographers  
      148 Plasterers  
      149 Plumbers and pipefitters  
      150 Pressmen, plate printers, printers  
      151 Rollers and roll hands, metal  
      152 Roofers and slaters  
      153 Shoemakers and repairers, except factory  
      154 Stationary engineers  
      155 Stone cutters and carvers  
      156 Structural metal workers  
      157 Tailors  
      158 Tinsmiths  
      159 Tool and die makers/setters  
      160 Upholsterers  
      161 Craftsmen and kindred workers, NEC  
      162 Other craftsmen and kindred workers  
Operatives and kindred workers:  
      163 Apprentices  
      164 Asbestos and installation workers  
      165 Assemblers  
      166 Attendants, auto service and parking  
      167 Blasters and powdermen  
      168 Brakemen, R.R.  
      169 Bus drivers  
      170 Chairmen, rodmen, axmen, surveying  
      171 Checkers, examiners, and inspectors, manufacturing  
      172 Deliverymen, routemen  
      173 Dressmakers, seamstresses, except factory  
      174 Dryers  
      175 Fillers, grinders, and polishers, metal  
      176 Furnacemen, smelters, pourers  
      177 Heaters, metal  
      178 Knitters, loopers, and toppers, textile  
      179 Laundry and dry cleaning  
      180 Meat cutters, except slaughterhouse, and packaging  
      181 Mine operatives and laborers  
      182 Motormen, mine, factory, logging  
      183 Motormen, streetcar, subway, etc.  
      184 Oilers and greasers, except autos  
      185 Packers and wrappers  
      186 Painters, except construction and maintenance  
      187 Photographic process workers  
      188 Power station operators  
      189 Sailors and deck hands  
      190 Sawyers  
      191 Sewers and stitchers, manufacturing  
      192 Spinners, textile  
      193 Stationary firemen  
      194 Switchmen, R.R.  
      195 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs  
      196 Truck and tractor drivers  
      197 Weavers, textile  
      198 Welders and flame cutters  
      199 Other specified operatives and kindred workers  
Operatives and kindred workers, NEC:  
      200 Manufacturing, durable goods  
      201 Manufacturing, nondurables goods  
      202 Non-manufacturing (includes not reported)  
Private household workers:  
      203 Living in  
      204 Living out  
Service workers, except private household:  
      205 Attendants, hospital and other institutional  
      206 Barbers  
      207 Charwomen, janitors, porters  
      208 Cooks, except household  
      209 Elevator operators  
      210 Hairdressers and cosmetologists  
      211 Housekeepers and stewards, except household  
      212 Midwives  
      213 Practical nurses  
      214 Firemen and fire protectors  
      215 Guards, watchmen, doorkeepers  
      216 Policemen and detectives  
      217 Sheriffs, constables, marshalls  
      218 Waiters, bartenders, counter workers  
      219 Watchmen (crossing and bridge), tenders  
      220 Other service workers  
Farm laborers and foremen:  
      221 Unpaid farm laborers, family workers  
      222 Farm laborers excluding unpaid workers  
Laborers, except farm and mine:  
      223 Carpenters and helpers, excluding logging and mine  
      224 Fishermen and oystermen  
      225 Longshoremen and stevedores  
      226 Lumbermen, raftsmen, woodcutters  
      227 Warehousemen, NEC  
      228 Other specified laborers  
Laborers, manufacturing, NEC:  
      229 Durable goods  
      230 Nondurable goods  
      231 Laborers, non-manufacturing, NEC (includes not reported)  
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D. Explanation of Geographic Codes Contained in File
1. 1960 State Code
A two-digit numeric code, the first digit indicating geographic division and the second the specific State within the division. Exceptions were made for Alaska and Hawaii because their codes were establish prior to their attainment of Statehood. (See listed codes.)

State 1960 Code
Alabama 63
Alaska 1
Arizona 86
Arkansas 71
California 93
Colorado 84
Connecticut 15
Delaware 51
District of Columbia 53
Florida 59
Georgia 58
Hawaii 2
Idaho 82
Illinois 33
Indiana 32
Iowa 42
Kansas 47
Kentucky 61
Louisiana 72
Maine 11
Maryland 52
Massachusetts 14
Michigan 34
Minnesota 41
Mississippi 64
Missouri 43
Montana 81
Nebraska 46
Nevada 88
New Hampshire 12
New Jersey 22
New Mexico 85
New York 21
North Carolina 56
North Dakota 44
Ohio 31
Oklahoma 73
Oregon 92
Pennsylvania 23
Rhode Island 15
South Carolina 57
South Dakota 45
Tennessee 62
Texas 74
Utah 87
Vermont 13
Virginia 54
Washington 91
West Virginia 55
Wisconsin 35
Wyoming 83


2. 1960 County Code
A three-digit numeric code assigned to counties and independent cities. Except in Virginia, Missouri, and Maryland, codes are assigned alphabetically within State. In Virginia, Missouri, and Maryland, independent cities follow the counties in alphabetic sequence.

3. 1960 Tract Code
A ten-digit code assigned uniquely to each tract within county and comprised of the following components:

a) a three-digit alphabetic tract prefix code,
b) a four-digit numeric tract basic code,
c) a three-digit alphabetic and/or numeric tract suffix code.

4. 1960 Quasi-State Code
A two-digit numeric code referring to the following four cities, which were assigned separate State codes and processed as separate States:

24    New York City
25    Philadelphia
36    Chicago
94    Los Angeles

5. 1960 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Code
A four-digit numeric code assigned to SMSAs alphabetically within the United States. (See listed codes, Appendix 1.)

6. 1960 Minor Civil Division (or Census County Division) Code
A three-digit numeric code assigned to minor civil divisions or census county divisions alphabetically within county. (For specific codes refer to the 1960 Geographic Identification Code Scheme (GICS) and/or the 1960 Census Name Tape.)

7. 1960 Urbanized Area Code
A four-digit numeric code assigned to Urbanized Area alphabetically within the United States. (See listed codes, Appendix 2.)

8. Urban-Rural Residence Designator
Each tract has been assigned a one-digit code: 0 if in an urban area, 1 if rural.

9. Place Description Code
A one-digit numeric code describing the place within which a tract occurs. Codes are as follows:
1    Central City (incorporated) of an SMSA only.
2    Central City (incorporated) of an Urbanized Area only.
3    Central City (incorporated) of both an SMSA and an Urbanized Area.
4    Other incorporated place.
5    Unincorporated place.
6    Urban towns in New England, urban township in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and urban counties elsewhere.
7    Not a place.

10. 1960 Tracted Area Code
A four-digit numeric code assigned to tracted area alphabetically within the United States.

11. 1960 Tract Group Code
A four-digit numeric code assigned in groups of tracts to form the following types of area in the cities specified.

Chicago = Community Areas
Detroit = Sub-community Areas
Los Angeles = Statistical Areas
Philadelphia = Wards
New York = Health [?] Areas

12. 1960 Place Size Code
A two-digit numeric code identifying the size of place within which the tract is located. Codes are as follows:

00 = under 200
01 = 200 to 499
02 = 500 to 999
03 = 1,000 to 1,499
04 = 1,500 to 1,999
05 = 2,000 to 2,499
06 = 2,500 to 4,999
07 = 5,000 to 9,999
08 = 10,000 to 19,999
09 = 20,000 to 24,999
10 = 25,000 to 49,999
11 = 50,000 to 99,999
12 = 100,000 to 249,999
13 = 250,000 to 499,999
14 = 500,000 to 999,999
15 = 1,000,000 or more

13. 1960 Place Code
A four-digit numeric code assigned to all place (incorporated and unincorporated) alphabetically with State. (For specific codes refer to the 1960 Geographic Identification Code Scheme (GICS) and/or the 1960 Census Name Tape.)

14. 1960 Ward Code
A two-digit code given to political subdivisions of a city which are used for voting and representation purposes. Not applicable to census tract summaries.

15. 1960 Congressional District Code
A two-digit numeric code assigned to each congressional district in a state. Boundaries are those delineated as of April 1, 1960.

16. 1960 State Economic Area Code
A two-digit numeric code assigned to a non-metropolitan county or group of non-metropolitan counties or a one-digit alphabetic code assigned to a metropolitan county or group of metropolitan counties to form approximately 525 State Economic Areas. (For specific codes refer to the 1960 Geographic Identification Code Scheme.)

17. Standard Consolidated Area Code
A one-digit alphabetic code assigned as follows:

A = New York - Northeastern New Jersey Standard Consolidated Area (composed of New York, Newark, Jersey City, Patterson-Clifton-Passaic Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Middlesex and Sommerset Counties, New Jersey).
B = Chicago - Northeastern Indians Standard Consolidated Area (composed of Chicago and Gary-Hammond-East Chicago Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas).

18. CVR Tract Indicator
A one-digit numeric code as follows:

Crews of vessels tract = 1
Other tract = 0

19. Central City County Code
A one-digit numeric code as follows:

0 = tract in central city county of an SMSA
1 = tract in other county

20. Central City Code
A one-digit numeric code as follows:

0 = tract in central city of SMSA
1 = tract not in central city.


Appendix 1. 1960 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Codes
Abilene[?], Tex. 0005
Akron, Ohio 0010
Albany, Ga. 0013
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N.Y. 0020
Albuquerque, N.M. 0030
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa.-N.J. 0040
Altoona, Pa. 0050
Amarillo, Tex. 0060
Ann Arbor, Mich. 0080
Asheville, N.C. 0090
Atlanta, Ga. 0100
Atlantic City, N.J. 0110
Augusta, Ga.-S.C. 0120
Austin, Texas 0130
Bakersfield, Calif. 0140
Baltimore, Md. 0150
Baton Rouge, La. 0160
Bay City, Mich. 0170
Beaumont-Port Arthur-Orange, Tex. 0180
Billings, Mont. 0185
Binghampton, N.Y.-Oa, 0190
Birmingham, Ala. 0200
Boston, Mass. 0210
Bridgeport, Conn. 0220
Brockton, Mass. 0230
Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito, Tex. 0235
Buffalo, N.Y. 0240
Canton, Ohio 0250
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 0260
Champaign-Urbana, Ill. 0270
Charleston, S.C. 0280
Charleston, W. Va. 0290
Charlotte, N.C. 0300
Chattanooga, Tenn.-Ga. 0310
Chicago, Ill. 0320
Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.-Ind. 0330
Cleveland, Ohio 0340
Colorado Springs, Colo. 0345
Columbia, S.C. 0350
Columbus, Ga.-Ala. 0360
Columbus, Ohio 0370
Corpus Christi, Tex. 0380
Dallas, Tex. 0390
Davenport-Rock Island-Moline, Iowa-Ill. 0400
Dayton, Ohio 0410
Decatur, Ill. 0420
Denver, Colo. 0430
Des Moines, Iowa 0440
Detroit, Mich. 0450
Dubuque, Iowa 0460
Duluth-Superior, Minn.-Wis. 0470
Durham, N.C. 0480
El Paso, Tex. 0490
Erie, Pa. 0500
Eugene, Oreg. 0505
Evansville, Ind.-Ky. 0530
Fall River, Mass.-R.I. 0540
Fargo-Morehead, N. Dak.-Minn. 0525
Fitchburg-Leominster, Mass. 0530
Flint, Mich. 0540
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Fla. 0545
Fort Smith, Ark.-Okla. 0550
Fort Wayne, Ind. 0560
Fort Worth, Tex. 0570
Fresno, Calif. 0580
Gadsden, Fla. 0590
Galveston-Texas City, Tex. 0600
Gary-Hammond-East Chicago, Ind. 0610
Grand Rapids, Mich. 0620
Great Falls, Mont. 0625
Green Bay, Wis. 0630
Greensboro-High Point, N.C. 0640
Greenville, S.C. 0650
Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 0660
Harrisburg, Pa. 0670
Hartford, Conn. 0680
Honolulu, Hawaii 0690
Houston, Tex. 0700
Huntington-Ashland W. Va.-Ky.-Ohio 0710
Huntsville, Ala. 0715
Indianapolis, Ind. 0720
Jackson, Mich. 0730
Jackson, Miss. 0740
Jacksonville, Fla. 0750
Jersey City, N.J. 0760
Johnstown, Pa. 0770
Kansas City, Mo.-Kans. 0780
Kenosha, Wis. 0800
Knoxville, Tenn. 0810
Lake Charles, La. 0815
Lancaster, Pa. 0820
Lansing, Mich. 0830
Laredo, Tex. 0840
Las Vegas, Nev. 0845
Lawrence-Haverhill, Mass.-N.H. 0850
Lawton, Okla. 0855
Lewiston-Auburn, Maine 0860
Lexington, Ky. 0870
Lima, Ohio 0880
Lincoln, Nebr. 0890
Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark. 0900
Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 0910
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif. 0920
Louisville, Ky.-Ind. 0930
Lowell, Mass. 0940
Lubbock, Tex. 0950
Lynchburg, Va. 0960
Macon, Ga. 0970
Madison, Wis. 0980
Manchester, N.H. 0990
Memphis, Tenn.-Ark. 1010
Meriden, Conn. 1012
Miami, Fla. 1020
Midland, Tex. 1025
Milwaukee, Wis. 1030
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. 1040
Mobile, Ala. 1050
Monroe, La. 1055
Montgomery, Ala. 1060
Muncie, Ind. 1070
Nashville, Tenn. 1090
New Bedford, Mass. 1110
New Britain, Conn. 1120
New Haven, Conn. 1130
New London-Groton-Norwich, Conn.1135 1135
New Orleans, La. 1140
New York, N.Y. 1160
Newark, N.J. 1100
Newport News-Hampton, Va. 1150
Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va. 1170
Norwalk, Conn. 1172
Odessa, Tex. 1175
Ogden, Utah 1180
Oklahoma City, Okla. 1190
Omaha, Nebr.-Iowa 1200
Orlando, Fla. 12[?]
Paterson-Clifton-Passaic, N.J. 1220
Pensacola, Fla. 1230
Peoria, Ill. 1240
Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J. 1250
Phoenix, Ariz. 1260
Pittsburgh, Pa. 1270
Portland, Maine 1300
Portland, Oreg.-Wash. 1310
Providence-Pawtucket-Warwick, RI-Mass. 1320
Provo-Orem, Utah 1325
Pueblo, Colo. 1330
Racine, Wis. 1340
Raleigh, N.C. 1350
Reading, Pa. 1360
Reno, Nev. 1365
Richmond, Va. 1370
Roanoke, Va. 1380
Rochester, N.Y. 1390
Rockford, Ill. 1400
Sacramento, Calif. 1410
Saginaw, Mich. 14[?]
St. Joseph, Mo. 1430
St. Louis, Mo.-Ill. 1440
Salt Lake City, Utah 1450
San Angelo, Tex. 1460
San Antonio, Tex. 1470
San Bernadino-Riverside-Cutario, Calif. 1400
San Diego, Calif. 1490
San Francisco-Oakland, Calif. 1500
San Jose, Calif. 1520
Santa Barbara, Calif. 1530
Savannah, Ga. 1540
Scranton, Pa. 1550
Seattle-Everett, Wash. 1560
Shreveport, La. 1570
Sioux City, Iowa-Neb. 1580
Sioux Falls, S.Dak. 1590
South Bend, Ind. 1600
Spokane, Wash. 1610
Springfield, Ill. 1620
Springfield, Miss. 1630
Springfield, Ohio 1640
Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke, Mass.-Conn. 16[?]
Stanford, Conn. 16[?]
Steubenville-Weirton, Ohio-W.Va. 1670
Stockton, Calif. 1680
Syracuse, N.Y. 1690
Tacoma, Wash. 1700
Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla. 1710
Terre Haute, Ind. 1720
Texarkana, Tex.-Ark. 1725
Toledo, Ohio-Mich. 1730
Topeka, Kans. 1740
Trenton, N.J. 1750
Tucson, Ariz. 1760
Tulsa, Okla. 1770
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1772
Tyler, Tex. 1775
Utica-Rome, N.Y. 1780
Waco, Tex. 1790
Washington, D.C.-Ma.-Va. 1800
Waterbury, Conn. 1810
Waterloo, Iowa 1830
West Palm Beach, Fla. 1830
Wheeling, W.Va.-Ohio 1840
Wichita, Kans. 1850
Wichita Falls, Tex. 1860
Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pa. 1870
Wilmington, Del.-N.J.-Md. 1880
Winston-Salem, N.C. 1890
Worcester, Mass. 1900
York, Pa. 1910
Youngstown-Warren, Ohio 1920


Appendix 2. 1960 Urbanized Area Codes
Alabama  
Birmingham 0260
Columbus (Ga.-Ala.) 0440
Gadsden 0760
Huntsville 0690
Mobile 1330
Montgomery 1350
Tuscaloosa 2220
Arizona  
Phoenix 1600
Tucson 1200
Arkansas  
Fort Smith (Ark.-Okla.) 0?20
Little Rock-North Little Rock 1150
Texarkana (Tex.-Ark.) 2160
California  
Bakersfield 0170
Fresno 0750
Los Angeles-Long Beach 1170
Sacramento 1800
San Bernardino-Riverside 1890
San Diego 1900
San Francisco-Oakland 1910
San Jose 1920
Santa Barbara 1930
Stockton 2100
Colorado  
Colorado Springs 0420
Denver 0530
Pueblo 1690
Connecticut  
Bridgeport 0280
Hartford 0850
Meriden 1270
New Britain 1400
New Haven 1420
Norwalk 1470
Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke (Mass.-Conn.) 2070
Stamford 2030
Waterbury 2270
Delaware  
Wilmington (Del.-N.J.) 2330
District of Columbia  
Washington (Md.-Va.) 2260
Florida  
Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood 0710
Jacksonville 0930
Miami 12??
Orlando 1530
Pensacola 1570
St. Petersburg 1840
Tampa 2140
West Palm Beach 3280
Georgia  
Albany 0025
Atlanta 0120
Augusta 0140
Chattanooga (Tenn.-Ga.) 0380
Columbus (Ga.-Ala.) 0440
Macon 1220
Savannah 1940
Hawaii  
Honolulu 0365
Illinois  
Aurora 0150
Champaign-Urbana 0340
Chicago-Northwest Indiana 390
Davenport-Rock Island-Molina (Iowa-III.) 0490
Decatur 0520
Dubuque (Iowa-Ill.) 0560
Joliet 0950
Peoria 1580
Rockford 1780
St. Louis (Mo.-Ill.) 1830
Springfield 2040
Indiana  
Chicago, Ill.-Northwest Indiana 390
Ivansville 0640
Fort Wayne 0730
Indianapolis 0800
Louisville (Ky.-Ind.) 1180
Muncie 1360
South Bend (Ind.-Mich.) 2010
Terre Haute 2150
Iowa  
Cedar Rapids 0330
Des Moines 0540
Dubuque (Iowa-Ill.) 0560
Omaha (Neb.-Iowa) 1510
Sioux City (Iowa-Neb.-S.D.) 1990
Waterloo 2275
Kansas  
Kansas City (Mo.-Kansas) 0970
St. Joseph (Mo.-Kansas) 1820
Topeka 2130
Wichita 2300
Kentucky  
Cincinnati (Ohio-Ky.) 0400
Huntington-Ashland (Ohio-W.Va.-Ky.) 0880
Lexington 1120
Louisville (Ky.-Ind) 1180
Louisiana  
Baton Rouge 0190
Lake Charles 1030
Monroe 1340
New Orleans 1?30
Shreveport 1930
Maine  
Lewiston-Auburn 1110
Portland 1660
Maryland  
Baltimore 0180
Washington, D.C. (Md.-Va.) 2260
Massachusetts  
Boston 0270
Brockton 0290
Fall River (Mass.-R.I.) 0660
Fitchburg-Leominster 0680
Lawrence-Haverhill (Mass.-N.H.) 1090
Lowell 1190
New Bedford 1390
Pittsfield 1620
Providence-Pawtucket (RI-Mass.) 1680
Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke (Mass.-Conn) 2070
Worchester 2390
Michigan  
Ann Arbor 0090
Bay City 0210
Detroit 0550
Flint 0690
Grand Rapids 0780
Jackson 0910
Kalamazoo 0960
Lansing 1060
Muskegon-Muskegon Heights 1370
Saginaw 1810
South Bend (Ind.-Mich.) 2010
Minnesota  
Duluth-Superior (Minn.-Wisc.) 0570
Fargo-Morehead (N.D.-Minn.) 0630
Minneapolis-St. Paul 1320
Mississippi  
Jackson 0920
Missouri  
Kansas City (Mo.-Kans.) 0970
St. Louis (Mo.-Ill.) 1830
St. Joseph (Mo.-Kans.) 1820
Springfield 2050
Montana  
Billings 0230
Great Falls 0790
Nebraska  
Lincoln 1140
Omaha (Neb.-Iowa) 1510
Sioux City (Iowa-Neb.-S.D.) 1990
Nevada  
Las Vegas 1880
Reno 1730
New Hampshire  
Lawrence-Haverhill (Mass-NH) 1090
Manchester 1240
New Jersey  
Atlantic City 0130
New York-Northeastern N.J. 1450
Philadelphia (Pa.-N.J.) 1590
Trenton (N.J.-Pa.) 2190
Wilmington (Del.-N.J.) 2330
New Mexico  
Albuquerque 0040
New York  
Albany-Schenectady-Troy 0030
Binghampton 0250
Buffalo 0310
New York-Northeastern N.J. 1450
Rochester 1770
Syracuse 2110
Utica-Rome 2240
North Carolina  
Asheville 0110
Charlotte 0370
Durham 0580
Greensboro 0810
High Point 0860
Raleigh 1710
Winston-Salem 2350
North Dakota  
Fargo-Morehead 0660
Ohio  
Akron 0020
Canton 0320
Cincinnati (Ohio-Ky.) 0400
Cleveland 0410
Columbus 0450
Dayton 0500
Hamilton 0830
Huntington-Ashland (Ky.-W.Va.-Ohio) 0880
Lima 1130
Lorain-Elyria 1160
Springfield 2060
Steubenville-Weiron (Ohio-W.Va.) 2090
Toledo 2170
Wheeling (W.Va.-Ohio) 2290
Youngstown-Warren (Ohio-Pa.) 2410
Oklahoma  
Fort Smith (Ark.-Okla.) 0720
Lawton 1100
Oklahoma City 1500
Tulsa 2310
Oregon  
Eugene 0630
Portland (Oreg.-Wash.) 1070
Pennsylvania  
Allentown-Bethlehem 0050
Altoona 0060
Erie 0620
Harrisburg 0840
Johnstown 0940
Lancaster 1050
Philadelphia (Pa.-N.J.) 1590
Pittsburgh 1610
Reading 1720
Scranton 1950
Trenton (N.J.-Pa.) 2190
Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton 2330
York 2400
Youngstown-Warren (Ohio-Pa.) 2410
Rhode Island  
Fall River (Mass.-R.I.) 0650
Providence-Pawtucket (R.I.-Mass.) 1680
South Carolina  
Augusta (Ga.-S.C.) 0140
Charleston 0350
Columbia 0430
Greenville 0820
South Dakota  
Sioux City (Iowa-Neb.-S.D.) 1990
Sioux Falls 2000
Tennessee  
Chattanooga (Tenn.-Ga.) 0380
Knoxville 1000
Memphis 1260
Nashville 1380
Texas  
Abilene 0010
Amarillo 0070
Austin 0160
Beaumont 0220
Corpus Christi 0460
Dallas 0470
El Paso 0610
Fort Worth 0640
Galveston-Texas City 0770
Harlingen-San Benito 0835
Houston 0870
Laredo 1010
Lubbock 1200
Midland 1300
Odessa 1400
Port Arthur 1650
San Angelo 1870
San Antonio 1880
Texarkana (Tex.-Ark.) 2160
Tyler 2230
Waco 2250
Wichita Falls ?310
Utah  
Ogden 1490
Provo-Orem 1685
Salt Lake City 18?0
Virginia  
Lynchburg 1210
Newport News-Hampton 1440
Norfolk-Portsmouth 1460
Richmond 1740
Roanoke 1760
Washington, D.C. (Md.-Va.) 0260
Washington  
Portland (Oreg.-Wash) 1670
Seattle 1970
Spokane 2030
Tacoma 2120
West Virginia  
Charleston 0360
Huntington-Ashland (Ohio-W.Va.-Ky.) 0880
Stuebenville-Weirton (Ohio W.Va.) 2090
Wheeling (W.Va.-Ohio) 2290
Wisconsin  
Duluth-Superior (Minn.-Wisc.) 0570
Green Bay 0800
Kenosha 0980
Madison 1230
Milwaukee 1310
Racine 1700
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