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RETAIL TRADE 
AREA STATISTICS 

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U.S. SUMMARY 
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CENSUS REGIONS AND GEOGRAPH 





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1963 CENSUS 
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RETAIL TRADE 
AREA STATISTICS 

PART 1 U.S. Summary and Alabama to Illinois 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, John T. Connor, Secretary 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, A. Ross Eckler, Director 



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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 
A. Ross Eckler, Director 

Howard C. Grieves, 

Deputy Director 

BUSINESS DIVISION 
Harvey Kailin, Chief 



Acknowledgments 

This report was prepared in the Business Division under the super- 
vision of Harvey Kailin, Chief, and Henry Wulff, Assistant Chief for 
Census Programs. 

Robert Viehman, Chief, Retail Trade Branch was responsible for the 
retail trade segment of the Census of Business. Philip Chenoweth 
was in charge of reviewing, selecting, and coding the Federal income 
tax reports for non-employer establishments. 

Gerda Mones was the division's liaison officer with the Jeffersonville 
Operations Office and supervised the division's professional staff at 
that office. Gerald Post contributed to the entire project, particularly in 
the analysis and collection of reports for the large and complex cor- 
porate organizations. Robert W. Scheidel, Patricia A. Clark, Mabel N. 
Foster, and 0. Daniel Bremer also participated in the analysis of data 
and preparation of the report. Staff assistance was provided by Ralph 
S. Woodruff, Assistant Division Chief, Research and Methodology, and 
Max Shor, Assistant Division Chief, Staff and Special Projects. 

Systems and procedures were developed in the Economic Operations 
Division, M. D. Bingham, Chief, by Sol Doileck, Assistant Chief for 
Systems, assisted by Samuel Schweid, Nathan Lesowitz, and Jack 
Margolis. Heyward D. Glisson developed and supervised the electronic 
computer programming under the direction of John S. Lannan. Quality 
control plans andprocedures were developed and supervised by Herman 
H. Fasteau, assisted by George Minton. Others who participated in the 
development of systems and procedures were Jack Scharff, Irving Weiss, 
Jerry S. Cooper, William W. Perry, Maxwell Jeane, Peter Ohs, and Carl 
Mueller. 

Processing of retail reports was performed at the Jeffersonville Opera- 
tions Office under the direction of Robert D. Krook. Gene P. King and 
Waller Wynne, Jr., were directly in charge of the Economic Census 
Operations Branch. Data processing and related operations were per- 
formed by the Data Processing Systems Division, Robert F. Drury, 
Chief, and R. M. Micoly, Assistant Chief. 

Louis Greenberg, in his capacity as Census of Business Coordinator, 
made important contributions to the planning and operational phases 
of the work. 



The statistics presented 
BC63-RA. 



n 

this volume incorporate the area preprints, series 



Library of Congress Card No. A66-7302 



Suggested Citation 

U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census of Business, 1963 

Vol. 2, Retail Trade — Area Statistics 

Part 1, U.S. Summary and Alabama to Illinois 

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1966 

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1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS 




Retail Trade— Area Statistics part i 



CONTENTS 



[Page numbers listed here show the chapter prefix which appears as part of number for each page] 

page 

PART 1 Introduction v 

Column Headings of Principal Tables: 

United States Summary VIII 

States IX 

United States Summary 1-1 

Alabama 2-1 

Alaska 3-1 

Arizona 4-1 

Arkansas 5-1 

California 6-1 

Colorado 7-1 

Connecticut 8-1 

Delaware 9-1 

District of Columbia 10-1 

Florida 11-1 

Georgia 12-1 

Hawaii 13-1 

Idaho 14-1 

Illinois 15-1 

PART 2 Indiana to New York 16-1 to 34-1 

PART 3 North Carolina to Wyoming 35-1 to 52-1 

Guam and the Virgin islands 53-1 to 54-1 

Appendixes 55-1 



The area chapters of this volume comprise the statistical portions of pre- 
viously published area reports (series BC63-RA) Errors found after the 
original publication of the reports have been corrected and carried to the 
cities and counties affected. Corrections have not been carried to the 
standard metropolitan statistical areas, States, etc., unless they signifi- 
cantly affect the data for such areas. 



IV 



Introduction 



AUTHORITY AND SCOPE-The Census of Business is required 
by law under 13 U.S.C, sections 131 and 224. The 1963 
census covered businesses in retail trade, wholesale trade, 
selected services, dental laboratories, and public warehousing 
operated in the United States, Guam, and the Virgin Islands. 
A separate 1963 Census of Business and Manufactures for 
Puerto Rico was conducted jointly with the Commonwealth 
Government. The figures in this volume include those issued 
previously in the area reports, Series BC63-R. For definitions, 
see appendix A. 

KINDS OF BUSINESS COVERED-Retail trade as defined in the 
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Manual ' includes all 
establishments primarily engaged in selling merchandise to 
personal, household, and farm users. In this report, it also 
includes liquor stores operated by State and local govern- 
ments. Retail trade excludes post exchanges, ship stores, and 
other similar establishments operated on military posts by 
agencies of the Federal Government. A separate presentation 
of the data for such establishments is given in table 19 in 
the U.S. Summary chapter and table 8 in the State chapters 
of this volume. Data for administrative offices, warehouses, 
and other units which service and are auxiliary to retail 
establishments within the same organizations, also excluded 
here, will be presented in later reports. See Appendix A, 
Explanation of Terms, for definitions of the kind-of-business 
categories for which data are shown in this volume. 

METHOD OF ENUMERATION-For purposes of coverage in the 
1963 Census of Business, retail establishments were divided 
into two categories— those with some paid employment during 
1963 (i.e., the "employer" universe) and those with no paid 
employment during 1963 (i.e., the "nonemployer" universe). 
The method of obtaining census information for these two 
groups is described below. 

Enumeration of "Employers."— Information for establish- 
ments with some paid employment during 1963 was obtained 
by means of a mail canvass. Report forms were mailed to 
all business firms included in the active records of the Internal 
Revenue Service as subject to payment of Federal Insurance 
Contributions Act (FICA) taxes (i.e., employers of one or more 
persons) and which were classified in the records of the 
Social Security Administration (SSA) as wholly or partially 
engaged in retail and wholesale trade, and in manufacturing 
and mineral industries. Also included were those classified in 
major groups 70 (except 702 and 704), 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 
and 79 in the service industries portion of the SIC Manual; 
in SIC industry 8072, dental laboratories; and in public ware- 
housing, SIC major group 42 (except 421). In addition, report 
forms were mailed to all establishments which the SSA had not 
classified by kind of business prior to mailing of census 
report forms. Each establishment was mailed a report form 
appropriate to its SSA classification (for those cases for which 



1 Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget, Standard 
Industrial Classification Manual, 1957, and Supplement to 1957 
Edition, 1963. 



SSA classification had not yet been established, a general 
purpose form was used), but its census classification was 
determined by replies to questions on the census report form. 

Enumeration of "Nonemployers."— Information for this 
group of establishments was obtained from the 1963 Federal 
income tax returns of retail businesses other than those 
represented in the active FICA records of the Internal Revenue 
Service. Although made up of a large number of establish- 
ments, the nonemployer segment accounts for only about 5 
percent of total retail sales. 

Data were compiled from only one-half of the nonemployer 
tax returns and were multiplied by two to establish census 
totals. Only those establishments were included here which 
reported a sales volume of $2,500 or more during 1963, or, 
having been in operation for less than the full year, reported 
sales which would have reached a total of $2,500 or more 
on an annual basis, 

COMPARISON OF THE 1958 CENSUS WITH THE 1963 CENSUS- 
In all major respects, the 1958 and 1963 censuses were con- 
ducted under similar conditions and procedures. Strict com- 
parability of the data for the two censuses is limited by the 
following factors: 

1. In 1958, Alaska and Hawaii had not yet been admitted 
as States. Consequently, in the publications of the 1958 
census the totals for the United States included the then 
48 States and the District of Columbia. In the 1963 census 
publications, the United States totals include the 50 States 
and the District of Columbia, Tables in the 1963 publications 
which show United States totals for 1958 have been adjusted 
to include Alaska and Hawaii, 

2. The physical area of a number of urban places for 
which data are shown in the 1963 census is not the same as 
it was in the 1958 census because of annexations and other 
boundary changes which have occurred since 1958. 

3. In the 1963 census, for the first time, nonemployer 
establishments which did not operate the entire year have 
been included if, during the period they operated, their re- 
ceipts were at a rate which would have reached an annual 
total of $2,500 or more had they operated the entire year. 
This change increases the count of nonemployer establishments 
but has little effect on the total volume of sales. 

4. The number of active proprietors shown in this volume 
is based on crediting each sole proprietorship with one active 
proprietor and each partnership with two active proprietors 
if the establishment was in operation during November 1963. 
In the 1958 census each business was asked to report this 
number. 

5. In the 1963 census, information was collected on 
retail sales by merchandise lines. Such information had last 
been collected as part of the 1948 census. These data are 
published in Vol. I, Retail Trade— Summary Statistics, and in 
separate reports as part of the subject preprint series, 
BC63-RS. The information collected in the 1963 census in- 
cludes broad merchandise lines for which all employer estab- 
lishments were required to report and a variable number of 
additional lines more specifically oriented to a single kind of 
business or a group of related businesses. In addition to its 
primary use of making possible the presentation of data on 



1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS 
FINAL REPORTS 



volume one 

RETAIL TRADE— SUMMARY STATISTICS 

Chapter 1. United States Summary 

2. Sales Size 

3. Employment Size 

4. Single Units and Multiunits 

5. Legal Form of Organization 

6. Miscellaneous 
Merchandise Line Sales: 

7A. United States Summary 

7B. New England States 

7C. Middle Atlantic States 

7D. East North Central States 

7E. West North Central States 

7F. South Atlantic States 

7G. East South Central States 

7H. West South Central States 

7J. Mountain States 

7K. Pacific States 

This volume incorporates the U.S. Summary previously 
issued as part of the area reports, series BC63-RA, 
and the subject reports issued as series BC63-RS. 
Chapter 6 was not published as a separate report. 



volume two 

RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 

A United States summary chapter and chapters for 
each State, the- District of Columbia, Guam, and the 
Virgin Islands. Statistics are presented by kind of 
business for counties, cities, standard metropolitan 
statistical areas, and for selected towns and townships 
in New England, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The 
kind-ofbusiness detail varies in accordance with the 
number of retail establishments in an area. This vol- 
ume incorporates the area preprints, series BC63-RA. 



volume three 

MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS STATISTICS 

A summary chapter and chapters for each of 116 
standard metropolitan statistical areas (SMSA's). Each 
SMSA chapter presents statistics for retail trade by 
kind of business and for hotels and motion picture 
theaters (a) in the entire SMSA, (b) in almost all cities 
of 100,000 inhabitants or more, and (c) in central 
business districts of these cities. Each chapter also 
presents statistics for the major retail centers outside 
the central business district showing (a) sales and 
establishment counts in three major subgroups of 
retail trade and (b) establishment counts only by 
kinds of business. This volume incorporates the major 
retail centers preprints, series BC63-MRC. 



volume four 

WHOLESALE TRADE— SUMMARY STATISTICS 

Chapter 1. United States Summary 

2. Sales Size, Employment Size, Single Units 
and Multiunits 

3. Receivables and Bad-Debt Losses 

4. Sales by Class of Customer 

5. Warehouse and Storage Space 

6. Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals 

7. Legal Form of Organization 

8. Commodity Line Sales 

9. Miscellaneous 

10. Public Warehousing 

This volume incorporates the U.S. Summary previously 
issued as part of the area reports, series BC63-WA 
and the subject reports issued as series BC63-WS. 
Chapters 7 and 9 were not published as separate 
reports. 



volume five 

WHOLESALE TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 

A United States summary chapter and chapters for 
each State, the District of Columbia, Guam, and the 
Virgin Islands. Statistics are presented by kind of 
business for counties, cities, standard metropolitan 
statistical areas, and for selected towns and townships 
of New England, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The 
kind-of-business detail varies in accordance with the 
number of wholesale establishments in an area. This 
volume incorporates the area preprints, series BC63- 
WA. 



volume six 

SELECTED SERVICES— SUMMARY STATISTICS 

Chapter 1. United States Summary 

2. Receipts Size 

3. Employment Size 

4. Single Units and Multiunits 

5. Legal Form of Organization 

6. Hotels, Motels, and Tourist Courts 

7. Laundries, Cleaning Plants, Related Serv- 
ices 

8. Motion Pictures 

9. Miscellaneous 

This volume incorporates the U.S. Summary previously 
issued as part of the area reports, series BC63-SA, 
and the subject reports issued as series BC63-SS. 
Chapter 9 was not published as a separate report. 



volume seven 

SELECTED SERVICES— AREA STATISTICS 

A United States summary chapter and chapters for 
each State, the District of Columbia, Guam, and the 
Virgin Islands. Statistics are presented by kind of 
business for counties, cities, standard metropolitan 
statistical areas, and for selected towns and townships 
in New England, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The 
kind-of-business detail varies in accordance with the 
number of service establishments in an area. This 
volume incorporates the area preprints, series BC63- 
SA. 



VI 



the extent of diversification in retail establishments, this in- 
formation was also used in assigning establishments to specific 
kinds of business, 

6. The use of information on sales by merchandise lines 
in assigning kind-of-business codes has provided a more de- 
tailed basis for classification than previously was available. 
In some cases this could have resulted in classifications which 
were different than would have been assigned if the informa- 
tion available had been the same as in the 1958 census. In 
the 1963 census stores provided a breakdown by merchandise 
lines of all their sales rather than of major lines as in the 
1958 census. In the women's apparel field, for example, such 
differences in the inquiries may have occasioned a shift in the 
classification of a number of stores from the kind of business 
"women's ready-to-wear stores" to "women's accessory, 
specialty stores." In addition, the introduction of this system 
made possible the segregation of the new category "home, 
auto supply stores" (see the section on "Kind-of-Business 
Classifications" in appendix A) from the category "tire, battery, 
accessory dealers." 

7. Some changes were made in the 1963 census in the 
individual kind-of-business classifications which are detailed 
in appendix A. The kinds of business involved are: 

Meat markets 
General stores 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 
Home, auto supply stores 
Eating places 
Refreshment places 
Optical goods stores 
Nonstore retailers 

8. in 1963 a new method of determining the places in 
which business establishments were located was instituted. 
This method utilized high speed electronic computers and 
extensive files of addresses classified by place. It is believed 
that the major effect of this new procedure has been to cor- 
rectly allocate to suburban places some establishments which 
previously had been allocated to adjacent cities because of a 
tendency of respondents to identify their location as being in 
the adjacent city although actually located beyond that city's 
boundaries. In those cases where this procedure has resulted 
in significant differences, the 1958 data included in the 1963 
reports have been corrected or, if that was not feasible, 
appropriate notations made advising of the lack of com- 
parability. 

CENSUS DISCLOSURE RULES-ln accordance with Federal law 
governing census reports, any data which disclose the opera- 



tions of an individual establishment or business organization 
are not published. However, the number of establishments 
in a kind of business is not considered a disclosure, so that 
this item may appear in instances where other items of 
information for the same kind of business or locality are 
withheld. 

TYPES OF AREAS COVERED-This volume presents data by 
kind of business for (1) the State as a whole, (2) each standard 
metropolitan statistical area, (3) each county, and (4) each 
"city" of 2,500 or more inhabitants. The term "city" for 
purposes of this report includes places having 2,500 or more 
inhabitants in the 1960 Census of Population (or later special 
censuses) and which were incorporated as cities, boroughs, 
villages, or towns (except towns in New England, New York, 
and Wisconsin which are not considered "incorporated places" 
for Census Bureau purposes). In addition, data are shown for 
the following areas not classified as "incorporated places": 

1. Towns in the New England States which had an urban 
population, by Census of Population rules, of 2,500 or more 
inhabitants or which had a total population of 10,000 or more. 

2. Townships in New Jersey and Pennsylvania which had 
10,000 or more inhabitants. 

The standard metropolitan statistical areas (SMSA's) for 
which data are shown are those defined by the Bureau of the 
Budget in 1964.- A standard metropolitan statistical area is 
a county or group of contiguous counties (except in New 
England) which contains at least one central city of 50,000 
or more inhabitants or "twin cities" with a combined popula- 
tion of at least 50,000. In addition to the county or counties 
containing such a city or cities, contiguous counties are in- 
cluded in an SMSA if, according to certain criteria, they are 
essentially metropolitan in character and are socially and 
economically integrated with the central city. In New England, 
towns and cities rather than counties are the units used in 
defining an SMSA. 

In addition to the above areas, data are presented for 
"Major Retail Centers" covering the central business districts 
(CBD's) of 113 cities which have a population of 100,000 
inhabitants or more and approximately 1,000 major retail 
centers (other than CBD's) located in the SMSA's for which 
CBD data are shown. These data are published in Volume 3, 
Retail Trade— Major Retail Centers, and in separate reports 
as part of the preprint series BC63-MRC. 



2 Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget, Standard 
Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1964. 



VII 



U.S. Summary Column Headings of Principal Tables 

For a complete list of tables, see table of contents 



UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
TABLES 2, 7. 8 REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 



SIC 
code 



Area and/oi kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
worliweeli 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


worltweeli 


tors ol 


ended 


unincor 


nearest 


porated 


Nov 15 


businesses 


(number) 


(number) 



TABLE 9 



REGIONS, DIVISIONS, AND STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 





Retail trade, total 


Lumber, building material? hardware, farm equipment dealers j 




Establishments 


Sales 


Total 


( 
Lumber yards > 


Region, division, and State 


Establishments 


Sales 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments vnith 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


\ 

Sales (' 

1 

($1,000) ) 



Establishments and Sales for all SIC groups 



TABLE 11 



SMSAS AND CENTRAL CITIES RANKED BY SALES AND BY POPULATION 





Entire SMSA 


Central cities 


Standard metropolitan statistical area 


Sales 


Papulation 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


Sales 


Population 


Per 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Number of 
inhabitants 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Number of 
inhabitants 


capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



ALL SMSAS COMBINED AND REMAINDER OF U.S., BY KIND-OF-BUSINESS GROUP 

CITY SIZE-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

CITY SIZE-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 



TABLES 13, 16, 17 





United States or division 


All SMSA's 


Remainder of United States or division 


Kind of business or area and city size 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
entire year 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 



TABLES 14, 15 



COUNTIES WITH 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY SALES 
CITIES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY SALES 



State and county or city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 



($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



State and county or city 



Rank 



Sales 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars! 



VIII 



state Column Headings of Principal Tables 

For a complete list of tables, see table of contents 



1963 DATA 
TABLES 2, 4, 5, 6 



THE STATE 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS 
COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 



SIC 
code 



Area and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 

ended 
, neatest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



1963 DATA 
TABLE 3 



COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 





(i)unty and citK 


Total 


Kind-of-business group \ 


E 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 


General ) 
merchandise ( 
group stores " / 




Total 

(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 


\ 

Sales 1 

1 

($1,000) / 



/ Kind-of-business group -continued 




/ Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


1 


/ Estab- 
\ lish- 
1 ments 

\ (number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab 

lish- 

ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


,1 



1958 DATA 
TABLE 9 



COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 



County and city 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, ail 

establlsti- 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments witti 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



County and city 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1958 DATA 
TABLES 10, 11, 12 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS 
COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(W.OOO) 



I 






U.S. Summary 



CONTENTS 

[Page numbers listed here omit the chapter prefix, 1-, which appears as part of number for each page] 



page 

Map: Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1964 2 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 5 



TABLE 1 United States: 1963 and 1958 6 

2 United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 7 

3 United States, by Kind of Business: 1958 9 

4 Divisions and States: 1963 11 

5 Divisions and States: 1958 12 

6 United States, Regions, and Divisions, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 and 

1958 13 

7 Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963 16 

8 Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 24 

9 Regions, Divisions, and States, by Kind of Business: 1963 42 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, by Kind of Business Group: 1963 — 68 

11 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Central Cities Ranked by Volume 

of Sales and by Population: 1963 74 

12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder of Areas, by 

Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 77 

13 All Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas Combined and Remainder of United 

States, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 114 

14 Counties With 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume of Sales: 1963 115 

15 Cities With 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume of Sales: 1963 123 

16 City Size — United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 135 

17 City Size — Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 143 

18 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 215 

19 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 220 




U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



1958 



$200,364,678,000 



U.S. total 




1963 



$244,201,777,000 



EACH SYMBOL = ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ „„„, 
5% CHANGE = = = = = LLIo 



UNITED STATES Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 



14,326 
14,606 



Lumber. Bldg. Materials. Farm 
Equip., Hardware Dealers 



General Merchandise 
Group Stores 



Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



Gasoline Service 
Stations 



Apparel, ^12,569 

Accessory Stores PJ^ 14,040 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^10 110 

Equipment Stores V 1C(,926 




Eating, Drinking Places 



= 15.290 



Drug Stores, N 6R03 
Proprietary Stores ^8 487 

##'###25% 



Other Retail Stores 



18,525 
I 21,309 






Nonstore Retailers fig' 204 

"^^ " 1958 1963, 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department .of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 



1-5 



1-6 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 1. 



United States: 1963 and 1958 



SIC 
code 



Establishments 



1963 
(number) 



1958 
(number) 



Sales 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1,000) 



Percent 

change. 

1958 to 

1963' 



Payroll, entire year 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1,000) 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963' 



52 
521 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



51 
5141 



55 EX 551 

551 

552 

553 



55PT(55«) 



56 
561i567 



565 
566 



57 

571 

572.573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59PT(591) 
591 



59 EX 591 

592 

5962 

597 

598 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL . 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERSi FRANCHISED 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS) NONFRANCH I SED , , , . 
TIREi BATTERYi ACCESSORY DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

TOTAL 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL . . 

MEMSi BOYIS APPAREL STORESi CUSTOM TAILORS. 

WOMENtS READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGSi 
EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCEi RADIOi TVt MUSIC STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES , 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

HAYt GRAINt FEED STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUELi ICE DEALERS 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



92 703 

28 979 

29 595 
16 362 



62 063 

^ 251 

22 378 

35 131 



519 133 

211 838 



98 511 
33 319 
27 981 
20 913 



116 223 

22 151 

29 696 

18 139 

21 568 



93 619 
51 889 
38 760 



331 181 
223 876 
110 605 



51 732 
50 318 



211 868 
10 188 
13 926 

20 935 

21 956 



1 791 711 



108 379 

31 867 

31 670 

19 008 



86 611 

3 157 

21 017 

62 170 



356 751 
259 796 



93 685 
38 555 
25 331 
'0 912 



119 252 

18 116 

26 559 

13 551 

21 137 



103 715 
51 158 
18 959 



316 215 
229 815 

111 925 



56 379 
17 032 



211 111 
37 068 
16 782 
23 751 
28 559 



211 2C1 777 



11 605 836 

7 022 718 

2 559 677 

3 626 072 



30 002 761 

20 537 280 

1 533 315 

1 927 139 



57 079 186 
52 565 955 



15 376 290 

37 371 711 

3 087 018 

2 517 972 



17 759 917 



11 039 979 

2 910 112 

1 127 797 

2 701 282 
2 390 288 



10 925 813 
6 826 198 
1 099 615 



18 112 111 

13 919 391 

1 193 020 



8 186 682 
8 170 701 



21 309 222 
5 189 219 
3 339 570 
1 560 061 
3 100 911 



6 203 611 



200 361 678 



11 326 015 

7 122 631 

2 717 163 

3 185 715 



21 970 695 

13 359 167 

3 620 600 

1 899 039 



19 221 978 
13 696 343 



31 901 632 

25 325 753 

2 983 191 

2 125 181 



11 228 006 



12 569 218 

2 578 956 

1 009 098 

2 351 111 
2 129 699 



10 109 681 
5 988 919 
1 065 276 



15 290 005 

11 037 611 

1 163 837 



6 803 310 
6 113 269 



18 525 096 

1 201 958 

3 117 292 

1 191 770 

3 172 659 



2.0 
-1.1 
-5.6 
13.8 



36.6 

53.7 

25.3 

0.6 



16.0 
20.3 



12.2 

17.6 

5.5 

5.1 



21.8 



11.7 
22.5 

10.1 
11.7 
12.2 



20.1 

26.1 

7.9 



21.7 
27.1 



15.0 

23.5 

7.1 

1.1 

-2. 1 



11.6 



27 631 988 



1 727 252 

676 167 

301 516 

332 183 



1 183 802 

2 911 911 
710 185 
551 678 



1 218 771 
5 695 271 



1 111 176 

3 325 552 
181 387 
382 331 



957 265 
152 792 
616 119 
316 759 
325 777 



1 535 773 

1 007 635 

528 110 



1 065 323 

5 571 270 

691 055 



1 169 651 
1 137 256 



2 229 107 
321 969 
211 615 
231 865 
173 152 



21 673 269 



1 599 083 

635 113 

298 178 

275 918 



5 215 109 

2 217 916 

571 861 

156 629 



5 160 025 
2 619 356 



3 039 875 

2 161 510 

151 317 

316 661 



1 710 198 
367 510 
589 857 
511 335 
281 085 



1 589 719 
866 993 
517 570 



5 059 077 

2 160 608 

537 661 



878 537 
853 126 



1 713 286 

225 385 

178 101 

225 959 

395 906 



8.0 

1.9 

2.1 

20.5 



29.0 
32.6 
23.5 

21.2 



31,5 
39.1 



55.2 
55.9 
19.5 
20.7 



11.1 
17.8 
9.6 
11.1 
15.9 



10.5 

16.2 

2.0 



55.6 
35.9 
29.0 



33.1 
53.3 



27.9 
12.9 
18.6 
2.6 
20.1 



22.0 



*Nonstore tetaileis, part of SIC major group S3, are shown separately in this table. 
Minus sign (-) before a number denotes decrease. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-7 



TABLE 2 United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



Willi 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



RETAIL TI^ADEt TOTAL. 



52 

521 

522 

52J 
52"t 
5251 
5252 



S3 PART» 
531 
533 
539 



54 

541 

5X2 

543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



56 

561.567 
561 
567 

562-31 56 
562 

563.568 
563 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDINS MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STOSES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND I,--;P0STEO CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

HEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



1 707 931 



92 703 
18 705 

10 274 
4 648 

11 617 
1 502 

29 595 
16 362 



62 063 

4 251 
22 378 
27 344 

5 524 
2 566 



319 433 

244 838 

16 457 

3 630 
8 874 

14 979 

6 346 

18 631 

14 328 

4 303 
2 697 
2 981 



98 514 

33 349 

28 621 

2 115 

2 613 

27 984 

20 913 

4 986 

11 282 

1 820 

4 365 

4 061 

1 035 



116 223 

22 451 

19 423 

3 028 

44 412 

29 695 

14 716 

3 243 

1 879 
692 

5 652 

2 250 

18 139 

24 568 

2 087 

4 048 
815 

17 618 

5 707 
945 



93 649 

54 889 

37 216 

7 801 

5 165 

1 841 

2 856 



74 803 

17 507 

8 058 

3 194 

8 855 

925 

22 189 

13 974 



51 417 
4 251 

20 175 

21 442 
4 108 
1 440 



178 170 

132 129 

10 483 

1 848 

3 638 
7 121 

4 524 
15 877 
12 888 

2 989 
1 251 
1 299 



75 538 

33 145 

28 461 

2 085 

2 599 

13 401 

16 920 

4 976 

7 095 

1 026 

2 670 
2 931 

469 



96 015 
18 853 
17 417 

1 436 

37 826 
26 065 

11 760 

2 445 
1 441 

502 
5 936 
1 436 

12 635 
21 450 

1 997 
4 014 

743 

14 596 

4 879 

372 



69 393 

39 165 

25 982 

5 117 

3 537 

939 

1 590 



244 201 777 



14 605 836 

5 287 706 

1 735 042 
385 575 
881 977 
129 587 

2 559 677 

3 626 072 



17 759 917 



14 039 979 

2 910 442 

2 803 500 

105 842 

5 592 283 

4 427 797 

1 164 485 

103 500 

109 535 

37 534 

725 151 

188 565 



701 282 
390 288 
188 210 
592 036 

57 651 
552 391 
404 242 

41 442 



10 925 843 

6 826 198 

5 315 739 

959 777 

256 987 

135 199 

137 496 



233 084 584 



14 183 348 

5 252 422 

1 590 045 
362 435 
821 225 
117 951 

2 375 737 
J 552 532 



30 002 764 

20 537 280 

4 538 345 

4 457 105 

373 817 

85 217 



57 079 185 

52 555 955 

1 529 814 

175 565 

412 292 

499 268 

515 301 

1 060 282 

832 047 

248 235 

153 590 

147 018 



45 375 290 
37 374 741 
32 553 477 

1 374 240 
3 447 024 
3 087 018 

2 547 972 
787 753 

1 578 795 

185 283 

445 119 

851 807 

95 587 



29 785 072 

20 537 280 

4 500 511 

4 321 555 

352 133 

74 493 



53 027 935 

49 185 928 

1 314 162 

141 872 

303 824 

336 828 

470 157 

I 030 428 

808 303 

222 125 

121 952 

121 784 



44 586 175 
37 352 154 
32 542 754 

1 373 132 
3 445 278 

2 521 924 
2 457 250 

787 589 
1 457 248 
159 523 
405 855 
799 177 
81 593 



27 531 988 



727 252 
655 730 
219 437 

57 202 
129 052 

17 802 
304 545 
332 483 



183 802 
941 941 
710 183 
478 808 
43 621 
9 249 



248 774 

593 274 

122 809 

13 695 

27 620 

45 897 

54 312 

259 201 

223 459 

35 732 

10 082 

21 883 



16 353 855 



13 650 484 

2 834 818 

2 743 172 

91 646 

5 482 252 

4 353 555 

1 118 586 

95 760 

103 799 

33 710 

711 755 

173 662 



594 818 
319 070 
185 504 
591 342 

55 803 
485 321 
388 790 

30 735 



10 474 014 

5 543 937 

5 124 944 

927 955 

248 419 

126 417 

116 202 



111 175 

325 552 

846 215 

151 777 

317 560 

184 387 

382 334 

91 551 

127 252 

19 716 

44 568 

54 826 

8 142 



1 510 201 



957 255 

432 792 

411 308 

21 484 

802 971 

546 449 

156 522 

15 841 

14 625 

4 569 

91 118 

29 359 

345 759 

325 777 

25 335 

90 409 

8 651 

201 182 

44 650 

4 305 



535 773 

007 633 

756 928 

155 438 

45 573 

16 474 

21 220 



553 338 408 



33 426 786 
12 477 992 

4 353 577 

1 352 174 

2 560 219 
350 666 

5 941 356 

6 380 804 



84 971 565 

50 928 904 

13 316 795 

9 540 510 

885 058 

200 286 



84 309 143 

72 987 105 

2 489 551 

271 424 

554 035 

923 914 

1 085 976 

5 346 339 

4 525 087 

721 252 

201 970 

448 825 



60 125 435 



503 291 
126 631 
259 653 
117 007 
749 161 
589 848 
806 637 
476 499 
410 848 
813 363 
097 772 
154 515 



31 590 931 



38 205 277 

8 392 207 

7 917 845 

474 362 

15 900 171 

12 709 147 

3 191 024 

337 150 

288 195 

91 522 

1 845 939 

627 208 



732 532 

175 405 
463 789 
753 103 
170 239 
786 274 
916 789 
89 073 



30 345 171 

19 809 205 

14 834 359 

3 198 592 

949 953 

381 117 

445 165 



8 410 199 



398 861 
136 753 
49 399 
14 477 
29 259 
4 025 
85 471 
77 475 



1 468 468 

970 802 

312 215 

164 802 

16 415 

4 234 



1 274 395 

1 080 905 

32 741 

5 131 

9 819 

21 808 

20 512 

93 755 

80 380 

13 375 

3 762 

5 962 



794 155 

612 142 

525 644 

29 328 

57 170 

44 298 

65 213 

25 277 

27 225 

4 619 

9 360 

11 380 

1 855 



630 204 

112 245 

106 655 

5 590 

281 431 

226 118 

55 313 

7 125 

5 017 

1 492 
34 776 

5 903 

124 777 

91 726 

5 653 

24 450 

2 111 
59 504 
16 594 

1 329 



352 249 

225 460 

159 392 

30 804 

13 588 

5 717 

5 959 



74 698 

10 340 

7 435 

4 315 

7 952 

1 308 

26 567 

14 961 



44 646 

154 

13 050 

23 972 

5 028 

2 642 



305 354 

234 710 

17 533 

3 839 
9 528 

12 425 

4 473 
17 127 
14 297 

2 830 

2 728 

3 001 



77 370 

18 575 

15 621 

937 

1 117 

26 559 

15 935 

3 715 

9 485 

1 574 
3 646 

2 957 
1 006 



88 567 
17 623 

14 726 
2 897 

34 258 

23 160 

11 098 

2 043 

1 531 

438 

5 216 

1 870 

15 925 

14 217 

551 

1 432 

490 

11 744 

5 536 

1 008 



76 534 

45 571 

30 118 

6 202 

4 643 

1 658 

2 740 



"Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



1-8 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2 United States, by Kind of Business: 1963-cont 



inued 



SIC 
code 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5812 



59PT(591) 
591 I 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

591 

59U2 

59«3 

595 

5952 

5953 

5962 

5969 

597 
598 
5982 

5983 
5984 

5992 
5993 
599i» 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PSRT* 
532 



FURNITURE 1 HOME FURNISHINGS! EOUIPHENT STORES — CON. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIOi TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTiauE STORES! SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK! STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORESi BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAYi GRAIN! FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL! ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES! STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS! NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA! PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT! NOVELTY! SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE! LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY 1 TOY! GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN~ 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR! APPAREL! ACCESSORIES. . . . 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT 

BOOKS! STATIONERY 

OTHER 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN~ 

CANDY! NUTi CONFECTIONERY 

MILK! ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . . 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 
BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIPMENT . . . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT! VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL' ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES! RADIOS! TELEVISION 

FURNITURE! OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS! STATIONERY 

OTHER 



20 320 

10 365 

8 075 

2 571 

5 501 



33U 481 
223 876 
156 477 

6 643 
51 624 

9 132 
110 605 



54 732 

50 318 

4 414 



244 868 

40 188 

25 797 

5 935 

19 862 
8 821 
3 154 
5 667 

12 809 

10 924 
1 885 

13 926 
7 729 

3 518 

20 935 
24 956 

5 351 
1 653 

11 085 

6 867 

19 801 

4 899 
6 388 

3 308 

12 606 
12 754 

1 126 

1 341 

4 278 
970 

2 288 
16 430 



79 792 
4 206 

153 

1 909 

175 

22 

55 

72 

167 

269 

1 384 

9 363 



864 
210 
169 
227 
893 



56 223 

2 566 

1 100 

3 898 

2 929 
5 795 
2 086 

4 450 
2 484 
2 010 

11 553 

2 206 

2S 146 



15 804 

8 989 

5 435 

1 673 

3 762 



263 941 

180 874 
127 733 

6 447 
39 650 

7 044 
83 067 



50 952 

47 560 

3 392 



163 229 

31 860 

12 963 

1 081 
11 882 

6 435 

2 164 

4 271 

7 315 

6 315 
999 

11 254 

5 803 

2 756 
14 265 
17 816 

3 597 
517 

7 789 

5 813 

13 265 

2 953 

3 449 
2 800 

6 798 
10 942 

858 
781 

2 726 
586 
924 

6 670 



16 765 

3 172 

153 
1 867 

175 
22 
55 
42 
87 

109 

652 

4 271 

820 

100 

797 

1 163 

1 391 

9 323 

1 158 

294 

110 

51 

1 483 
64 
276 
334 
920 
609 
584 

3 420 



2 386 835 
998 182 
714 627 
153 498 
551 129 



18 412 414 

13 919 394 

10 176 855 

891 592 

2 106 396 

744 540 

4 493 020 



8 486 682 

8 170 704 

315 978 



21 309 222 
5 189 219 
903 354 
121 797 
781 557 
718 984 
279 484 
439 500 

751 947 

690 903 

71 044 

3 339 570 

1 348 415 

279 296 

1 560 061 
3 400 944 

474 371 

36 995 

2 044 545 
845 033 

780 407 

274 890 

309 715 

378 947 

396 951 

550 507 

84 366 

81 764 

257 684 

46 722 

50 657 

584 712 



5 203 544 
2 378 534 

1 139 628 
568 460 

57 114 
26 180 
51 653 
18 881 
89 914 

58 696 
258 008 

1 452 407 

317 573 
23 443 
241 464 
504 533 
255 394 



185 794 
126 105 

93 573 

43 106 
445 605 

55 914 
100 465 

93 457 
173 821 
169 678 
254 622 
619 562 



2 294 588 
972 764 
662 725 
139 794 
522 931 



17 329 542 

13 328 640 

9 782 312 

888 856 

1 949 386 

708 086 

4 000 902 



8 380 920 

8 084 216 

296 704 



19 775 118 

4 837 417 

762 282 

71 087 

691 195 

568 598 

264 586 

404 012 



655 081 
608 507 

56 474 
258 938 
305 925 
258 524 
452 343 
251 524 
450 677 

24 897 
947 459 
828 591 



692 451 

225 162 

251 255 

365 935 

327 929 

519 927 

80 500 

72 804 

234 806 

41 554 

41 885 

449 968 



5 437 220 
2 364 918 

1 139 628 
667 644 
57 114 
26 180 
51 653 
18 319 
88 758 
56 228 
259 394 



303 945 
21 521 
236 060 
566 347 
223 412 



167 920 

115 093 

50 223 

2 820 

317 734 

22 722 

34 725 

72 273 

161 927 

70 390 

241 830 

452 350 



303 952 

128 150 

95 038 

15 457 

80 581 



065 323 
371 270 
527 037 
271 618 
381 729 
190 886 
694 053 



1 169 634 

1 137 258 

32 375 



2 229 407 

321 969 

130 018 

10 598 

119 420 

101 956 

36 252 

55 704 

82 817 

75 977 

5 840 

211 515 

107 118 

39 850 

231 855 

473 152 

59 320 

5 320 
253 583 
154 829 

132 578 
22 064 
29 659 
47 337 
45 179 

107 653 
16 048 
10 925 
28 295 

6 035 
5 750 

77 523 



893 381 

350 001 

236 552 

53 334 

8 111 

2 989 

5 377 

2 013 
12 105 

5 528 

32 891 

171 170 

46 365 

3 384 

44 587 
48 548 
28 285 

352 210 

33 537 

30 865 

12 357 

307 

55 128 

5 395 

5 619 

14 937 

53 407 

14 595 

57 349 

77 714 



6 015 158 
2 587 755 
1 934 051 
313 601 
1 620 450 



84 380 205 

69 727 785 

52 211 618 

5 500 148 

8 058 704 

3 957 315 

14 652 420 



23 059 977 

22 396 842 

563 135 



43 847 522 
6 294 253 
2 597 074 

200 359 
2 396 705 
2 054 490 

743 761 
1 310 729 



1 556 517 

1 516 815 
139 801 

4 033 305 

2 041 583 
742 175 

4 474 821 
9 450 593 

1 190 784 
105 411 

4 974 550 

3 189 848 

2 544 295 
444 727 
599 444 
923 384 
961 828 

2 069 754 
320 580 
205 927 
635 355 
119 282 
125 785 

1 542 247 



19 074 393 
8 313 571 



576 002 
129 803 
252 938 

62 629 
108 084 

49 990 
237 559 
154 913 
741 753 



910 281 
54 809 
939 554 
953 023 
579 821 

7 313 234 

670 259 

641 998 

242 712 

5 401 

1 117 022 
103 401 
112 989 
473 350 

1 052 956 
305 417 

1 057 636 

1 529 093 



71 927 
30 511 
24 251 
4 638 
19 613 



1 751 550 

1 489 590 

1 106 096 

105 178 

200 740 

75 576 

271 960 



350 799 

347 517 

13 282 



505 512 
93 625 

41 039 
2 754 

38 285 
31 556 
12 439 

19 117 

22 784 

20 578 

2 205 
54 474 
26 894 

10 281 
61 HI 

102 273 

16 198 

1 657 

49 317 

35 101 

42 803 
8 050 

12 337 

11 294 

19 036 
24 483 

3 732 
3 152 

11 607 

1 979 

2 290 

20 802 



244 094 
119 710 

78 213 

18 905 

4 403 

855 

1 711 
581 

2 882 
2 248 
9 912 



38 314 

9 288 

673 

10 789 

9 871 

7 593 

86 070 

6 703 

7 551 

2 779 
129 

10 039 
1 207 
1 255 
4 457 

13 795 

3 607 
12 186 
22 341 



14 683 

9 472 

5 908 

2 257 

4 551 



325 201 
215 207 

154 249 

3 719 

51 081 

7 158 

109 994 



44 999 

40 777 

4 222 



221 001 

35 631 

24 563 

5 250 

IB 403 

7 595 

2 508 

4 987 

12 505 

10 553 
1 952 

11 076 

5 379 

3 200 
18 164 
18 618 

4 992 

1 542 

8 512 

3 472 

21 062 

4 491 

5 009 

2 369 

12 824 
12 015 

1 005 

1 119 

3 886 
903 

2 371 
16 116 



73 389 
1 893 



132 

127 

12 

22 

59 

131 

229 

1 181 

8 096 

1 642 

159 

787 

1 938 

3 560 



128 
988 
850 
948 
646 
060 
514 
439 
325 



11 355 

1 700 

24 437 



•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this taPle. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-9 



TABLE 3 United States, by Kind of Business: 1958 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


53 


RETAIL TRADEi TOTAl' 

LUMbERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi 
FARM FQUIPUENT DEALERS 

TOTAL ...•• 


1 791 

108 

22 

12 

6 

11 
1 

31 
19 

87 
■■3 

8 
1 

21 

356 

2«9 

23 

1 

12 

17 

7 

19 

5 
2 

93 
38 
29 
1 
7 
25 
20 

e 

5 

3 

206 

119 

21 

11 

21 

7 
1 

103 

51 

36 

6 

1 

2 

1 

21 

16 

7 

2 

5 


711 

379 
690 
277 
561 
155 
961 
670 
OOB 

182 
157 
*♦ 
825 
561 

017 

751 
796 
611 
339 
689 
593 
628 
235 
** 
** 
112 
536 

885 
555 
571 
576 
108 
331 
912 
658 
151 
071 
656 

755 

252 

199 
*» 
** 
** 

628 
** 
♦* 
** 
*♦ 
*• 
** 
♦* 
** 

137 
♦=» 
*♦ 
** 
»♦ 

372 

111 

715 
158 
096 
681 
697 
391 
590 
221 
761 
971 
889 
085 


1 185 

60 

20 
6 

3 
7 

21 
16 

19 
3 

11 
3 

9 
16 

190 

136 

16 

2 

1 

6 

3 

11 

11 

2 

2 

1 

71 

36 

27 

1 

7 

13 

15 

^ 

2 

2 

119 

97 

20 

9 

6 

2 

36 

26 

10 

2 

2 

3 
1 
13 
20 
1 
3 

11 
6 

73 
39 
28 

5 

3 

2 
17 
10 
5 
1 
3 


036 

713 
566 
973 
958 
625 
772 
522 
026 

998 
157 
971 
183 
771 
171 
139 

071 
176 

eio 

107 
323 
117 
860 
163 
901 
562 
271 
12'l 

617 
869 
999 
511 
356 
199 
992 
101 
817 
131 
126 

381 

561 
361 
969 
117 
215 
786 
559 
227 
187 
522 
163 
101 
651 
551 
113 
972 
189 
628 
051 
010 
396 

165 
661 
312 
097 
379 
618 
016 
938 
251 
056 
859 
197 


20C 361 

11 326 
5 529 

1 593 
156 
739 

87 

2 717 

3 165 

21 97C 
13 359 

316 
13 

3 620 

19 221 
13 696 
2 327 
193 
505 
527 
112 
901 

296 
91 

31 901 
25 325 
16 727 
705 
5 892 
2 983 
2 125 

1 073 
129 
573 

70 

11 228 

12 569 

2 596 

1 908 

• 

2 129 

130 
39 

10 109 
5 986 

1 762 
703 
2 31 
103 
161 

2 513 
955 
586 
111 
111 


678 

015 
181 
117 
670 
625 
102 
163 
716 

695 
167 

*» 
750 
726 

*» 
600 

976 
313 
036 
716 
355 
752 
228 
981 
** 

919 
133 

632 
753 
706 
361 
661 
191 
161 
152 
211 
138 
800 

006 

218 
639 
*w 
** 
=** 
791 
*♦ 

♦ » 

*♦ 
** 

♦ * 
699 

** 
** 
** 
** 
773 
921 

661 
919 
721 
163 
733 
163 
519 
695 
556 
027 
333 
691 


187 758 166 

13 752 600 
5 183 756 

1 196 695 
116 136 

671 718 
68 816 

2 162 119 
5 111 863 

21 17C 639 
13 359 1t7 

2 929 671 
226 012 

31 196 
970 595 

3 666 110 

11 976 155 
10 121 960 

2 097 050 
165 112 
360 117 

316 211 

317 102 
825 651 
613 367 
162 261 
232 565 

67 317 

31 308 907 

25 277 081 

18 662 256 

703 525 

5 691 300 

2 632 613 

2 323 382 

980 251 

380 010 

535 681 

51 530 

12 667 5C8 

12 167 956 

2 516 111 

1 628 166 

760 790 

137 166 

1 780 638 

1 009 096 
771 110 

92 618 
177 865 

30 155 
291 207 
176 391 

2 351 111 
2 012 083 

180 Oil 
561 289 

13 319 

1 251 101 

105 071 

27 507 

9 577 573 
5 733 123 

1 633 569 

672 851 
217 659 

82 857 
125 967 

2 120 593 
866 628 
631 277 
123 997 
110 280 


21 573 269 

1 699 063 
656 367 
179 015 

78 668 

97 667 

11 083 

298 178 

275 916 

3 213 109 

2 217 918 
345 056 

21 773 
3 998 

66 002 
571 861 

3 160 025 

2 519 366 
166 153 

11 286 
29 211 

10 180 
32 326 

190 981 

165 856 
25 128 
17 727 

7 198 

3 039 875 
2 181 510 
1 815 129 

68 721 

610 360 

151 317 

316 661 

71 339 

36 651 

29 117 

5 336 

1 137 571 

1 710 198 
367 310 
252 078 
88 221 
27 Oil 
599 389 
589 657 
109 552 

11 966 

22 635 
3 611 

36 697 
29 390 
311 333 
281 065 
22 127 
81 173 

6 285 

166 200 

11 062 
1 207 

1 389 719 

866 993 

682 950 

115 655 

56 065 

12 551 
21 752 

525 517 

115 153 

75 750 

11 153 

61 307 


111 

30 
12 

3 
1 
1 

5 
5 

63 

11 

6 

1 

10 

60 

50 

3 

3 

3 

56 
15 
33 

1 
11 

2 
6 

1 

22 

32 

6 
1 
1 

13 
11 

2 

5 

5 

1 
3 

25 
15 
12 

2 

6 
2 
1 

1 


233 652 

039 290 
197 555 
366 635 
503 670 
656 991 
211 159 
689 916 
161 252 

665 905 
061 500 
715 152 
181 599 
83 099 
259 913 
851 667 

596 101 
611 111 
175 610 
225 195 
551 370 

761 661 

632 768 

762 526 
255 626 
195 900 
310 150 
150 961 

105 611 
566 905 
111 721 
122 190 
132 691 
817 129 
082 168 
559 195 
707 865 

633 615 

116 016 

625 171 

211 561 
762 315 
561 133 

626 625 
511 266 
170 361 
312 269 

126 095 
306 163 
137 883 

71 951 
737 122 
571 953 
810 259 

127 356 
398 015 
515 520 

117 999 
096 026 
821 871 

79 155 

891 911 
951 119 

597 559 
166 522 
729 952 
217 952 
120 151 
152 616 
257 219 
115 537 
279 181 
161 353 


7 912 111 

115 910 
151 971 
17 185 
20 500 
27 837 
3 191 
100 372 
81 Oil 

1 350 825 
807 721 

115 170 
12 071 

2 071 

32 978 

325 651 

1 188 730 
976 139 
56 013 
5 111 
12 657 
22 630 
15 619 
83 552 
70 606 

12 726 
7 159 

5 580 

725 159 
566 688 

116 070 

13 690 
135 726 

11 236 

90 716 

20 255 

10 885 
7 502 
1 818 

167 676 

651 150 

111 555 

72 902 

29 279 

9 172 

286 396 

211 211 

11 592 
7 825 
9 585 
1 692 

17 353 

6 136 
132 770 

91 653 
5 721 

26 251 
1 978 

60 925 

22 391 

1 100 

391 213 
235 615 
181 195 

27 167 

12 890 
1 711 

7 352 
95 053 
35 601 

21 211 
5 559 

18 702 


1 825 221 
99 375 








5212 


BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 


11 092 


522 
523 
52« 


HEATING* PLUMGING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASSi VVALLPAPLR STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 


6 666 
9 151 
2 191 


5251 




36 677 


5252 


FARM EQL'lPriENT DEALERS , 


19 620 




GENERAL MLPCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


79 927 


531 


DEPARTMENT STORES. ,.... 


177 


5392 ( 




12 170 


( 


DRV GOODS STORES ....••••. 


9 191 


( 






;393 
533 


GENERAL STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

FOOD STORES 


10 079 

11 758 

381 382 


511 


GROCERY STORESi INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. . . 


271 790 
27 777 


5a23 




1 969 


5"I3 
51U 
54- 


FRUIT STOPES. VFGETAOLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 


11 728 

16 550 

7 051 


516 




20 185 


5162 
5163 
5191 


RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMAUUFACTUR 1 NG 


15 352 

1 615 
5 920 


5199 


OTHER 


2 727 


55 EX. 551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


83 152 


551 


PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 


28 308 
22 826 






1 017 


552 
553 
559 


DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAP DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCM 1 SED .... 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

MISC. AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS .... 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 


1 165 
26 095 
17 983 

8 608 
5 165 

2 802 






511 


55PT (551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 


251 103 


56 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


101 326 


56li567 
5612 
5613 
567 


HEUtS. BOYtS. APPAREL STORESi CUSTOM TAILORS 

HEN'S. BOY'S CLOTHING STORES 

MEN'S. BOY'S FURNISHINGS STORES 


21 110 
7 515 
7 106 
2 001 


562-3t 566 
562 

563 1 568 
5631 


WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPEC. STORES. FURRIERS. 
MILLINERY STORES 


38 503 

21 189 

7 939 

1 815 


5632 




2 256 


5633 


HOSIERY STORES 


259 


5631 
568 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPEC. STORES . 


2 270 
1 308 


565 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 


11 517 


566 


SHOE STORES 


16 500 


5662 




566 


5663 




1 126 


5661 
5665 


CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES .... 


123 
9 103 


561 
569 

57 


CHILDREN'S. INFANT'S WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. . . 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS 
EeUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 


7 938 
1 259 

97 208 


571 
5712 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 


61 062 
32 719 


5713 


FLOOR COVERING STORES 


6 218 


5711 
5715 
5719 
572 


DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . . . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE. HETALWARE STORES .... 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES, , . 


1 722 

2 513 

1 860 
20 309 


5732 


RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 


17 611 


5733 


MUSIC STORES 


7 896 




RECORD SHOPS 


3 010 




MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 


1 886 



'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. Reviser). 
**Data not provided because eslal)lishnients with no payroll are classined onlv at the next broader kind-of-tHisiness level. 
United States totals include Alaska and Hawaii. Alaska and Hawaii are not included in individual kind of businesses. 



1-10 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 3 United States, by Kind of Business: 1958-continued 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


^e 


EATIl.';,! DnII.KIWG ?LACC3 
TOTAI a 


316 
229 

111 

56 
51 

21 
27 

1 

2 
2 

211 

37 

21 
1 

16 
9 
2 
6 

11 
q 
1 

16 
5 
2 

23 

2B 
9 

10 
6 
2 

19 
5 
7 
3 

13 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

20 

75 
2 
B 

63 


215 
815 
** 
»* 
** 
»» 
*» 
*» 
925 

379 
118 
093 
355 
781 
601 
183 

111 
068 
155 

lie 

737 
118 
885 
633 
552 
832 
72C 
782 
331 
735 
751 
559 
168 
21S 
567 
576 
176 
336 
539 
191 
967 
970 
80? 
116 
189 
178 
156 
210 

021 
560 
152 
977 


255 115 

172 701 

136 058 

3 587 

25 093 
3 675 

1 202 

86 
82 223 

50 911 

17 032 
23 611 
23 121 

3 760 

2 157 
1 303 

116 950 

26 010 

10 623 
956 

9 667 
6 296 
1 675 
1 623 
6 256 

5 110 
616 

13 512 

3 598 
1 783 

15 223 

18 557 

6 092 

6 530 

1 999 
936 

11 662 

2 680 

3 115 
2 839 

7 179 
2 661 

1 290 
912 

2 137 
630 
798 

7 912 

16 358 
1 502 

3 521 
11 271 


15 290 005 

11 037 611 

** 

** 

** 

1 163 837 

6 803 310 
6 531 119 
3 535 637 

2 995 512 
217 777 
132 518 
115 259 

18 525 096 

1 201 958 

639 718 

88 386 
551 362 
676 919 
196 263 
182 636 
623 791 
573 171 

50 317 

3 117 292 
736 839 
191 039 

1 191 77(1 

3 172 659 

919 927 

1 770 992 

711 891 
66 819 

638 397 

232 835 

285 570 

581 933 

388 630 

187 556 

105 271 

81 929 

193 227 

55 52C 

18 560 

712 083 

5 112 982 

1 986 168 
611 523 

2 573 622 


13 fcel ?59 

10 219 622 

8 136 632 

501 523 

661 181 

291 15C 

378 016 

15 816 

3 577 263 

6 665 006 
6 113 289 
3 523 615 

2 889 611 
227 915 
129 171 

98 711 

16 881 512 

3 887 920 
527 552 

51 131 
173 118 
617 273 
178 309 
138 871 
529 717 
191 826 

37 891 

3 029 612 

705 091 

176 999 

1 367 102 

3 272 911 

871 199 

! 667 752 

683 975 

19 985 
553 713 
171 817 
211 518 
361 111 
306 250 
1E2 772 

97 116 

73 717 
163 819 

18 686 

30 502 
531 107 

1 691 218 

I 971 120 

753 771 

1 962 052 


5 r 5Q C77 

2 180 808 

1 976 311 

115 186 

139 128 

70 610 
111 791 

36 179 
537 881 

876 537 

655 126 

169 121 

361 305 

21 721 

12 588 

9 155 

1 713 288 

225 385 

87 105 

7 285 
79 818 
99 569 
21 367 
75 202 
60 699 
56 279 

1 120 

178 101 

52 927 

18 579 
225 959 
393 906 
100 211 
176 280 
108 511 

8 771 
96 666 

15 123 

19 961 
11 757 

37 116 

16 1B3 
18 252 
10 767 
1? 799 

6 517 

5 8t9 

79 375 

732 181 
272 398 

71 925 
565 978 


50 282 511 

'"18 118 550 

"■38 231 613 

^■2 713 361 

''2 863 710 

'1 311 101 

''2 505 667 

^■662 062 

■■lO 711 951 

16 181 933 

16 Oil 617 

9 259 965 

6 771 662 
106 225 
215 556 
162 665 

53 069 121 
1 301 635 
1 675 7CC 

128 571 
1 515 529 
1 860 566 

171 555 
1 389 Oil 
1 158 562 
1 051 029 
87 533 
3 358 809 

996 621 

551 511 
1 221 923 

7 521 188 

1 926 020 
3 286 159 

2 156 050 
170 699 

1 820 002 
300 125 
391 713 
785 071 
755 366 
638 779 
519 C52 
203 990 
386 005 
126 282 
77 577 

1 199 915 

11 556 191 
5 791 510 
1 158 051 
7 281 129 


1 5f5 0-:9 
1 312 567 
1 052 630 
66 281 
99 050 
35 756 
51 599 

7 266 
263 080 

316 811 
331 261 
203 966 
130 298 
13 363 

8 191 

1 872 

582 606 

80 829 
32 853 

2 511 

30 312 

31 206 

10 168 
21 038 
20 357 

16 135 

1 902 
56 063 

17 261 

6 511 
66 727 

109 968 

32 103 
15 101 
51 059 

5 115 
39 087 

7 351 
12 253 
12 651 

18 906 

11 351 
5 368 

3 668 

8 891 

2 110 
1 699 

27 861 

221 002 
98 206 

19 930 
105 562 


381 630 


5612 


EAT IN', PLACES 


257 602 










CAFETERIAS 


2 717 










CATERERS ........ 


3 555 








5815 
59PT, (591) 


RAILROAD DINING-CAP FACILITIES 

DRINKIHG PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 

DRUG STORESi PROPR 1 ETARV STORES 

TOTAL 


20 
125 251 

53 253 


591 ( 


DRUG STORES 


17 993 










DRUG STORES WITHOUT FOUHTAIH ....... 

PROPRIETAPy SCORES , 


26 587 
5 131 


59EX 591 


PROPRIETARV STORES WITH FOUNTAIN 

PROPPIETARV STORES WITHOUT FOUNTAIN. . . . 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 


2 818 
2 316 

231 192 


592 




593 
5932 


ANTIQUE STOr.ESi SECONDHAND STORES 


21 370 


5933-5939 


SECONDHAND STORES 


16 699 


591 






5912 


■OOOK STORES 


2 633 


5913 


STATIONERY STORES 




595 
5952 


SPORTING GOODS STORESt BICYCLE SHOPS .... 
SPORTING GOODS STORES 


12 160 
10 311 


5953 


BICYCLE SHOPS 


1 819 


5962 






5969 ( 




1 915 


i 


GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 


597 






598 


FUELt ICE DEALER*^. 




5982 






5983 ( 






( 
5981 


liquefi-;d pltroleum (lp) gas dealers . . , 
ice dealers 


1 52 6 


5992 


FLORISTS 


'1 511 


5993 


CIGAR STOrf-i STANDS 




5991 


NEWS DEALER Si NEWSSTANDS 


7 362 


5996 
5997 
599E 


CAMERAi PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFTi NOVELTYi SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 


3 016 
16 210 
2 157 


5999 ( 








LUGGAGEi LEATHER GOODS STORES 


1 263 




RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 


1 133 




PET SHOPS 






OTHER 






NONSTURt RETAILERS* 
TOTAL 




632 


MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 




531 
535 


MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. , . . 
DIRECT SELLING ( IIOUSE-TC-HOUSl) ORGANIZATION 


7 786 
65 761 



•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. Revised. 
"Data not provided because establishments with no payroll are classified only at the next broader kind-of-business level. 



RETAIL TRADE- AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-11 



TABLE 4 Divisions and States: 1963 



Division and State 



UNITED STATESi TOTAL 



GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS: 
NEW ENGLAND. . . . 
MIDDLE ATLANTIC. . 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL 
SOUTH ATLANTIC . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 

MOUNTAIN 

PACIFIC 



NEW England: 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
VERMONT. . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND . 
CONNECTICUT. . 



IDDLE Atlantic: 

NEW YORK . . 
NEW JERSEY . 
PENNSYLVANIA 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL: 
OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS . . . . 
MICHIGAN . . . . 
WISCONSIN. . . . 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 
MINNESOTA. . . . 

IOWA 

MISSOURI . . . . 
NORTH DAKOTA , , 
SOUTH DAKOTA . . 
NEBRASKA . . . . 
KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC: 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. . . . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL: 
KENTUCKY . . . . 
TENNESSEE. . . . 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI. . . 



WEST SOUTH central: 

ARKANSAS . . . . 
LOUISIANA. . . . 
OKLAHOMA . . . . 
TEXAS 



mountain: 

MONTANA. . 

IDAHO. . . 

WYOM I NG . . 

COLORADO . 
NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA. . 

UTAH . . . 

NEVADA . . 



pacific: 

washington 

OREGON . . 
CALIFORNIA 
ALASKA . . 
HAWA II.. 



Establishments 



Sales 



Total 
(number) 



1 707 S31 



102 715 
116 700 
355 723 
158 275 
239 167 
111 565 
162 262 
69 263 
19U 2 63 



10 093 

7 0U5 
U 561 

U7 192 

8 821 
25 001 



161 U60 

62 630 

109 590 



8U 3U6 
U3 261 
92 069 
69 758 
nu 289 



32 H67 
30 915 
12 301 

6 692 

7 657 
16 057 
22 183 



U 156 
23 901 

5 396 
32 206 
16 915 
13 857 
22 156 
36 987 
53 2 93 



30 107 
33 226 
29 066 
19 167 



18 273 

21 609 

22 971 
96 U06 



7 797 

7 311 

1 001 

17 291 

9 Oil 

12 876 

7 363 

3 571 



26 130 

17 276 

111 372 

1 607 

1 578 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



1 206 087 



73 673 
229 182 
210 381 
118 097 
161 212 

69 153 
117 371 

51 919 
111 133 



7 521 
5 105 
3 275 

31 150 
5 763 

17 559 



111 111 
12 898 
72 170 



61 888 
32 211 
63 997 
51 568 

30 717 



23 867 
23 123 
30 368 

5 191 

6 007 
II 897 
17 611 



3 258 

17 795 

1 671 

22 612 
10 689 
^7 009 
13 511 

23 958 
37 703 



18 213 
21 101 
18 039 
11 797 



12 739 

17 961 

17 291 

69 380 



933 
363 
018 
028 
512 
588 
733 
771 



19 516 

12 980 

107 312 

1 271 

3 351 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



211 201 777 



15 087 961 

16 917 929 
50 611 215 
21 051 216 
32 361 517 
12 351 017 
20 991 111 
10 117 123 
31 616 339 



1 185 386 
881 811 
535 128 
7 131 169 
1 125 878 
3 928 576 



23 977 310 

9 059 92 6 

13 910 693 



12 905 181 

6 175 750 

15 190 111 

10 856 511 

5 161 819 



611 290 
887 599 
916 185 
871 299 
875 513 
095 621 
836 675 



•112 673 
237 061 
117 703 
790 120 
779 336 
975 282 
2 72 632 
570 023 
609 717 



3 171 2 65 

1 009 128 

3 253 133 

1 911 221 



1 981 375 
3 391 181 

2 900 176 
12 715 376 



965 731 

917 Oil 

186 311 

2 618 618 

1 166 296 

2 016 339 
1 209 961 

707 120 



1 012 62 9 

2 679 337 
26 888 551 

281 108 
751 111 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



233 081 681 



11 381 281 
11 353 012 
18 618 018 
20 196 169 
30 776 093 
11 111 999 
20 HI 167 
9 791 301 
53 507 311 



1 135 162 
838 196 
505 132 
7 118 323 
1 061 112 
3 726 026 



22 693 165 

8 638 768 

13 121 079 



12 111 511 

6 211 950 

11 553 808 

10 130 898 

1 906 851 



311 371 
720 937 
699 183 

810 263 

811 985 
002 191 
750 233 



685 957 
1 105 709 
1 101 211 
1 589 116 
1 6d7 071 

1 625 051 

2 097 106 
1 292 777 
7 310 129 



2 913 567 

3 712 591 
3 008 781 
1 760 057 



1 869 355 
3 267 810 

2 778 812 
12 208 130 



926 912 

902 012 

167 117 

2 560 218 

1 120 296 

1 919 779 

1 175 721 

689 156 



3 886 015 

2 581 609 

26 036 577 

277 158 

726 977 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



27 631 988 



1 775 571 
5 611 502 
5 631 915 

2 2 65 619 

3 519 078 

1 201 539 

2 210 636 
1 175 077 
1 2 71 821 



121 505 
91 531 
53 189 
927 937 
127 697 
153 712 



2 993 920 
1 013 369 
1 537 213 



1 169 288 

710 502 

! 771 666 

1 110 212 

580 277 



523 682 
387 607 
671 681 

86 967 

87 685 
211 713 
291 381 



82 870 
503 696 
219 699 
533 127 
186 091 
501 777 
215 305 
168 052 
855 176 



310 957 
397 811 
318 187 
171 281 



183 531 

365 090 

297 098 

1 361 911 



108 381 
102 232 

55 182 
515 170 
129 187 
256 615 
112 113 

87 291 



191 810 

517 651 

5 529 587 

36 569 

99 201 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



553 338 108 



51 110 678 

111 972 766 

112 739 161 
11 315 972 
66 866 915 
23 165 215 
15 399 568 
23 979 067 
90 110 888 



2 377 269 

1 792 181 

1 021 761 
17 918 910 

2 172 057 
8 628 501 



60 501 232 
20 301 665 
51 166 869 



28 826 266 
11 161 959 
35 739 899 
22 100 519 
11 606 868 



10 317 516 

7 599 117 

15 100 195 

1 711 229 

1 716 585 

1 193 327 

6 675 673 



1 686 119 

9 635 997 

1 151 096 

10 361 698 

3 609 857 

9 652 232 

1 073 59B 

9 159 196 

16 111 052 



6 031 252 

7 695 936 
6 089 981 
3 365 071 



3 577 595 

7 097 210 

6 811 266 

26 913 297 



2 231 351 
2 060 121 

1 109 077 
6 368 986 

2 670 092 

1 867 171 

2 896 576 
1 763 107 



10 287 759 

6 611 261 

70 555 636 

817 887 

2 110 115 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



(number) 



533 996 
652 601 
721 62 9 
721 168 
116 861 
116 250 
729 259 
351 191 
132 758 



39 320 
29 115 
16 920 

280 179 
39 656 

128 508 



858 723 
298 038 
195 813 



116 161 
223 151 
521 185 
310 031 
191 003 



163 185 
126 026 
211 921 
26 935 
29 111 
70 353 
91 937 



21 606 
157 269 

60 195 
172 169 

61 063 
16? 696 

77 551 
156 696 
266 752 



105 231 

137 181 

110 319 

62 169 



61 035 
119 920 

97 708 
117 596 



31 193 
30 256 
16 811 
91 2 08 

10 732 
71 562 

11 216 
21 881 



132 323 
90 182 

868 375 

8 033 

33 815 



(number) 



78 256 
291 007 
306 671 
118 097 
208 222 
109 516 
151 969 

62 961 
186 295 



8 788 
5 965 
3 905 

31 935 
7 168 

20 197 



135 119 
63 231 
105 321 



72 739 
39 688 
85 119 
68 518 
10 550 



29 798 
29 631 
39 256 
6 071 
6 919 
15 288 
21 101 



3 17o 

19 939 
3 767 

27 967 
15 209 
10 583 

20 355 
33 956 
12 966 



30 260 
35 191 
27 615 
16 552 



18 192 
22 073 
22 392 
89 312 



7 195 
6 511 
3 811 

16 975 

8 310 
11 588 

6 512 

5 166 



23 933 

17 371 

139 605 

1 179 

3 907 



Percent change, 
1958 to 1963 



Total 
sales 



21.2 
16.2 
20.0 
15.6 
27.0 
26.7 
18.8 
28.1 
32.1 



15.0 
25.3 
20.7 
19.1 
21.2 
26.6 



15.3 

21.5 
12.9 



18.9 
25.1 
18.8 
22.0 
16.1 



11.2 
15.5 
15.1 
11.2 
13.1 
21.1 
15.9 



22.3 

27.1 
8.7 
28.7 
10.7 
29.7 
50.1 
29.5 
50.3 



23.0 
25.3 
26.7 
29.2 



29.1 
15.1 
20.8 
17.8 



12.0 
15.8 
17.0 
25.8 
19.9 
12.8 
30.2 
73.2 



16.5 
25.1 
31.8 
10.8 
16.6 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



28.5 
21.5 
21.5 
23.9 
31.8 
28.3 
25.9 
10.0 
10.8 



25.2 
32.8 
31.7 
26.5 
28.8 
32.3 



22.3 

30.0 
11.9 



19.9 
25.6 
22.2 

17.1 
26.7 



22.3 
21.9 
21.9 
20.0 
28.5 
52.0 
21.9 



31.9 

31.5 
17.5 
33.8 
12.1 
51.8 
52.5 
52.7 
35.8 



21.7 
27.7 
31.6 
30.9 



56.5 
20.9 
29.2 
25.3 



21.7 
27.3 
21.8 
38.0 
32.2 
56.0 
10.2 
88.1 



31.2 
37.7 
11.9 
51.2 
66.0 



1-12 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Divisions and States: 1958 



Division and State 



UNITED STATES! TOTAL. 



GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS: 

NEW ENGLAND . . , . 
MIDDLE ATLANTIC , . 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL, 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL. 
SOUTH ATLANTIC. . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL. 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL, 

MOUNTAIN 

PACIFIC 



NEW ENGLAND- 
MAINE . . . . 
NEW HAMPSHI RE 
VERMONT . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS 
RHODE ISLAND. 
CONNECTICUT . 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC^ 
NEW YORK. . . 
NEW JERSEY. . 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL ^ 

OHIO 

INDIANA . . , , 
ILLINOIS, , , , 
M I CH I GAN , , , , 
WISCONSIN . . . 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL* 
MINNESOTA , . . 

IOWA 

MISSOURI. . . . 
NORTH DAKOTA. , 
SOUTH DAXOTA. . 
NEBRASKA. . . . 
KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC^ 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA . . . . 
NORTH CAROLINA. . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA. . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL = 
KENTUCKY. . . . 
TENNESSEE . . . 
ALABAMA .... 
MISSISSIPPI . . 



WEST SOUTH central: 
ARKANSAS. . . , 
LOUISIANA , , , 
OKLAHOMA, , , , 
TEXAS 



MOUNTAIN- 
MONTANA , , 
I DAHO . . . 
WYOM I NG . . 
COLORADO. . 
NEW MEXICO. 
ARIZONA . . 
UTAH. . . . 
NEVADA. , . 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



pacific: 

washington. 

OREGON. , , 
CALIFORNIA, 
ALASKA, , , 
HAWA II,,, 



1 7914 7U1I 



112 701 
372 UOI 
355 538 
173 959 
237 353 
108 000 
17U U8U 
66 927 
193 378 



11 236 

7 387 
^ 778 

52 181 
9 777 

27 039 



183 173 

68 377 

120 85U 



90 351 
15 901 
98 973 
72 379 
17 928 



31 666 
33 198 
17 825 
7 101 
6 758 
16 819 
21 989 



1 621 
26 150 

6 325 
32 991 
19 180 
11 296 
21 788 
35 152 
19 517 



29 707 
32 925 
26 893 
18 175 



20 159 
29 260 
25 972 
99 093 



8 261 

7 516 
3 930 

16 51! 

8 735 
11 163 

7 391 

3 058 



27 612 

18 056 

111 291 

1 659 

1 760 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



1 185 036 



75 001 
235 578 
211 372 
120 611 
152 021 

65 106 
112 158 

17 663 
132 196 



7 736 
5 025 
3 252 

35 108 
5 837 

17 713 



119 273 
12 261 
71 Oil 



62 691 
32 108 
66 031 
52 291 
30 918 



21 572 
23 991 
30 819 

5 258 

6 116 
12 093 
17 7E9 



3 IBO 
17 122 

5 103 
22 257 

11 132 
25 206 

12 900 
21 661 
32 857 



17 291 
20 361 
16 517 
10 937 



11 B81 

17 711 

16 581 

66 279 



18 912 

12 670 

96 189 

1 2 65 

3 130 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



200 361 678 



12 151 611 
10 390 131 
12 176 935 
18 207 575 

25 19! 378 
9 828 619 

17 670 159 
7 921 101 

26 221 806 



1 0!1 0!7 
70! 516 
11! 338 

6 211 867 
928 871 

3 103 012 



20 793 319 

7 2 75 092 

12 321 720 



10 657 305 

5 176 591 

12 790 317 

8 897 661 

1 155 061 



3 976 193 

5 366 961 

5 150 ISO 

762 637 

771 832 

1 7!0 151 

2 118 515 



582 629 
! 326 057 
1 301 135 
3 721 290 
1 607 091 
3 037 052 
1 717 285 
3 528 236 
5 839 600 



2 580 517 
! 199 129 
2 567 237 
1 181 766 



1 536 731 

2 939 677 
2 101 189 

10 792 559 



862 577 
817 611 
115 828 

2 105 110 
972 912 

1 112 375 
929 318 
108 373 



3 118 571 

2 137 081 

19 917 936 

202 038 

516 177 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



187 768 165 



11 631 913 
37 102 171 
39 818 131 
17 111 001 
23 851 171 

8 962 809 
16 170 712 

7 533 376 
21 926 818 



958 90! 

65! 898 

108 1!0 
5 876 777 

851 91! 
2 881 992 



19 !36 031 

6 672 310 

11 !9! 800 



10 278 755 
1 905 869 

12 073 971 
8 170 881 
1 118 655 



767 077 
185 062 
809 958 
719 217 
717 996 
632 66b 
308 823 



552 521 

3 111 379 

1 278 609 

3 511 268 

1 171 218 

3 529 731 

1 587 301 

3 259 178 

5 511 236 



2 321 11! 

2 951 757 

2 350 999 

1 !!5 910 



1 !77 360 

2 713 857 
2 215 755 

10 163 710 



816 151 
769 605 
397 510 
013 320 
917 132 
313 179 
885 506 
390 673 



3 218 623 

2 021 088 

19 005 572 

19! 0!1 

185 5!1 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



21 67! 269 



1 !81 760 
1 561 181 
1 638 818 

1 828 0!! 

2 69! 699 
936 195 

1 755 553 
839 101 

3 035 596 



97 053 

68 900 

10 377 

733 106 

99 110 

312 911 



2 117 088 

779 221 

1 338 175 



1 217 282 
565 692 

1 151 998 
915 716 
158 160 



128 091 
310 510 
553 195 
71 661 
68 231 
162 718 
23! 288 



62 836 
371 195 
186 955 
398 el8 
165 596 
371 510 
162 515 
352 788 
615 186 



219 106 
311 579 
212 036 
133 171 



131 119 

302 091 

229 905 

1 089 135 



89 062 

80 286 

1! 926 

228 517 

97 911 

151 6!9 

101 398 

16 329 



571 795 

230 639 

2 !16 2!2 

21 186 

59 711 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



111 233 652 



26 151 072 

87 Oil 680 

88 08! 1!7 
35 169 787 
51 581 873 
18 030 815 
33 919 137 
16 286 998 
57 965 853 



1 837 710 

1 301 955 

766 930 

13 861 950 

1 925 118 

6 151 109 



16 158 178 
11 719 172 
25 801 030 



23 165 622 
10 719 167 
27 366 981 
18 012 679 
8 786 385 



8 2 05 817 

5 918 790 

10 678 691 

1 383 632 

1 320 317 

3 152 585 

1 199 925 



1 203 671 
7 127 960 
535 521 
768 029 
201 891 
220 330 
110 856 
763 512 
619 970 



1 716 051 
6 015 809 

1 611 802 

2 591 15! 



2 60! 791 

5 787 616 

1 176 875 

21 061 152 



1 725 11! 

1 57! 915 

815 613 

1 111 271 

1 917 177 

2 933 191 
1 963 161 

883 291 



7 306 086 

1 516 565 

11 559 210 

396 291 

1 187 698 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



7 912 111 



512 768 
590 325 
661 6!5 
713 390 
081 777 
100 097 
715 611 
309 150 
951 361 



39 366 
2 7 188 
16 211 

273 577 
38 912 

117 151 



623 701 
2 61 809 
501 815 



138 907 
210 807 
197 518 
336 771 
180 599 



159 010 
121 587 
211 305 
26 859 
28 386 
66 061 
91 119 



22 589 

116 098 
62 760 

162 561 
66 915 

159 715 
71 527 

119 600 

2!5 9!2 



100 928 
131 106 

101 093 



60 261 
123 010 

97 311 
135 029 



33 138 
26 380 
15 785 
85 912 
38 250 
56 109 
36 863 
11 683 



120 865 

77 253 

725 180 

6 600 

21 163 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



97 316 
369 325 
367 981 
180 671 
233 227 
116 128 
180 863 

70 579 
209 128 



10 175 
6 82 
1 535 

11 003 
8 990 

25 19! 



176 !90 

65 856 

127 079 



88 818 

17 318 
101 198 

78 951 

18 669 



35 2 61 

31 973 
50 113 

7 125 

8 812 
17 86! 
26 197 



1 1!2 
25 176 

5 331 
32 216 
18 857 
11 357 
21 321 
35 602 
18 897 



32 69! 
!5 661 
28 196 
19 !76 



21 692 

29 196 

27 836 

102 139 



8 525 

7 510 

1 2 98 

17 812 

9 356 
12 116 

7 516 

! 386 



28 797 

20 371 

153 399 

1 763 

1 795 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-13 



TABLES United States, Regions, and Divisions, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 

and 1958 



SIC 
code 



Area and kindKJf-business group 



Establishments 



1963 
(number) 



1958 
(number) 



Sales 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1,000) 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963 



Payroll, entire year 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1,000) 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(55'4) 

56 

57 
58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55'4) 

56 
57 

58 

59PT(591 ) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.5511 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(5514) 

56 

57 
58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



UNITED STATES 

RETAIL TRADEt TOTAL 

LUMBER I BLDG MATES i HDWEt FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGSt EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGt DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES 1 PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBERi BLDG MATLSi HDWEt FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATES. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



DEALERS . 



APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



THE SOUTH 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATES. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATES. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 707 931 

92 703 
62 063 

319 H33 

98 511 

211 173 

116 223 

93 6U9 
331 181 

51 732 

211 868 

79 792 



139 


113 


18 


733 


12 


166 


90 


21? 


19 


171 


39 


110 


37 


580 


23 


832 


92 


091 


11 


913 


69 


973 


21 


032 


191 


998 


37 


266 


15 


816 


77 


916 


28 


178 


63 


331 


29 


219 


25 


713 


105 


906 


15 


761 


67 


177 


25 


052 


512 


991 


23 


978 


21 


760 


115 


607 


31 


757 


72 


911 


31 


581 


27 


319 


79 


038 


16 


209 


66 


016 


20 


785 


263 


52 6 


12 


726 


8 


991 


35 


698 


16 


108 


35 


821 


17 


810 


16 


755 


57 


116 


7 


816 


11 


372 


12 


923 



1 791 711 

108 379 

87 182 

356 751 

93 885 

206 755 

119 252 

103 715 

316 215 

56 379 

211 111 

75 021 



185 105 

22 321 

18 053 
108 699 

19 303 
10 773 

10 162 

2 7 778 

96 215 

15 595 

73 206 

22 700 



11 557 

20 185 

91 233 

28 182 

63 271 

31 611 

30 501 

113 215 

16 593 

67 170 

2? 676 



519 837 

26 789 
38 251 
117 515 
31 152 
68 888 

30 310 

28 102 

81 531 

16 605 

62 191 

18 197 



11 712 

10 390 
39 307 

11 918 
33 823 

16 869 

17 361 
55 281 

7 586 
38 577 
11 151 



211 201 777 

11 605 836 

30 002 761 

57 079 186 

15 376 290 

17 759 917 

11 039 979 
10 925 813 

18 11? Ill 
8 186 682 

21 309 222 
6 ?03 611 



62 035 880 

? 635 215 

7 739 561 

15 561 382 

9 702 361 

3 509 987 

1 170 597 

2 839 961 

5 557 157 
1 868 921 

6 110 767 
1 706 935 



71 665 130 

5 376 623 

8 757 836 

15 970 172 

13 586 103 

5 158 179 



552 376 
911 116 
271 596 
512 836 

831 09? 
1?7 901 



65 706 705 

1 151 619 

7 915 ?36 

15 113 751 

13 156 298 

5 2 61 211 



697 106 
926 573 
835 621 
371 852 
116 539 
?51 863 



11 793 762 

2 139 319 
5 590 128 

10 130 878 
8 631 528 

3 527 ?37 

2 319 900 

2 211 893 

3 715 010 
1 733 070 
3 617 821 

813 915 



200 361 678 

11 326 015 
21 970 695 
19 2?1 978 
31 901 632 

11 228 006 

12 569 218 
10 109 681 
15 2 90 005 

6 803 310 

18 5?5 096 

5 112 982 



52 811 772 

2 615 979 

5 597 719 

13 865 585 

7 077 705 

2 860 998 



1 221 971 

? 716 019 

1 718 309 

1 573 697 

5 817 891 

1 655 833 



60 381 510 

5 516 610 

6 571 611 
11 223 068 

9 702 112 

1 521 199 

3 329 226 

? 866 911 

1 579 139 

2 075 881 
5 099 125 
1 899 265 



52 992 186 

3 821 858 

6 153 502 

1? 821 995 

9 118 188 

1 153 510 

3 177 911 

2 615 822 

3 111 368 
1 898 929 
1 671 961 
1 HI 139 



31 115 910 

? 311 568 
3 617 833 
8 311 330 
5 706 327 
? 692 299 



1 810 131 
1 880 869 
? 8?0 889 

1 ?51 800 

2 903 116 
716 715 



21.9 

2.0 
36.6 
16.0 
12.2 
21.8 

11 .7 
8.1 
20.1 
?1.7 
15.0 
11.6 



17.1 

-0.1 
38.3 
12.3 
37.1 
2?. 7 

5.9 

3.1 

17.0 

18.8 

10.1 

3.1 



18.7 

-2.5 
33.3 

12.3 
10.0 
20.7 

6.7 
1 .7 
15.2 
21 .0 
11.1 
27.8 



21.0 

8.7 
28.6 
?0.2 
12.9 
26.7 

16.3 
11.9 
22.1 
?1.9 
15.9 
12.9 



31.2 

1.2 
53.2 
21 .9 
51.3 
31 .0 

26.1 
19.1 
32.8 
38.1 
21.6 
9.0 



27 631 988 

1 727 252 
1 183 802 
1 218 771 
1 111 176 
1 510 201 



1 957 265 
1 535 773 
1 065 323 

1 169 631 

2 229 107 
893 381 



7 320 073 

313 005 

1 119 166 

1 221 913 

868 765 

281 310 

637 112 

101 566 

1 213 866 

256 051 

708 690 

235 239 



7 900 761 

605 112 

1 225 311 

1 182 989 

1 175 150 

163 357 

198 378 

101 709 

1 089 137 

327 163 

579 811 

352 Oil 



6 961 253 

178 752 

1 082 919 

973 768 

1 183 798 

136 089 

196 111 

122 181 

801 281 

337 371 

555 063 

190 881 



5 119 898 

300 383 
756 316 
870 071 
883 168 
239 115 

325 331 

307 317 

928 036 

218 719 

385 810 

115 211 



?1 673 269 

1 599 083 

3 213 109 

3 160 025 

3 039 875 

1 137 571 



1 710 198 
1 389 719 
3 039 077 

878 537 
I 713 288 

732 181 



327 216 
880 961 
911 787 
671 658 
217 ?61 

588 188 
372 015 
953 172 
199 752 
5 63 163 
230 135 



6 166 671 

591 131 
1 017 776 
911 263 
901 111 
351 557 

157 628 

392 702 

858 809 

259 161 

172 555 

219 315 



5 385 117 

116 707 
827 610 
707 252 
882 167 
332 229 

113 075 

367 170 

591 160 

253 910 

135 169 

155 068 



3 871 697 

2 63 699 

516 519 

599 723 

581 306 

233 521 

251 607 

257 532 

632 336 

165 681 

27? 101 

97 636 



27.5 

8.0 
29.0 
31.5 
35.2 
32.8 

11.1 
10.5 
33.8 
33.1 
27.9 
22.0 



23.1 

1.8 
77.0 
29.7 
?9.3 
29.5 

8.1 

8.7 

30.5 

28.2 

25.8 

2.1 



?2.2 

2.3 

20.1 
29.8 
30.1 
30.7 

8.9 
2.3 
26.8 
26.1 
22.7 
11 .2 



29.3 

11.9 
30.9 
37.7 
31.1 
31 .3 

20.1 
11.9 
35.3 
32.9 
27.6 
?3.1 



10.7 

13.9 
16.1 
15.1 
51.1 
2.5 

?9.3 
19.3 
16.8 
50.1 
11.8 
18.0 



'Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



1-14 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES United States, Regions, and Divisions, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 

and 1958-Continued 



SIC 
code 



Area and kind-of-business group 



Establishments 



1963 
(number) 



1958 
(number) 



Sales 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1,000) 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963 



Payroll, entire year 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1.000) 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 
58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

514 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591 ) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591 ) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

514 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT{591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS 



NEW ENGLAND 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 



LUMBER" BLDG MATLSt HDWE» FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPARELt ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING I DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATES. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 631 

3 332 

18 760 

5 107 

10 277 

7 119 

5 576 

18 972 
3 811 

19 511 
1 927 



336 700 

11 102 

9 131 

71 152 

13 761 

29 133 

30 131 
18 256 
73 119 
11 072 
50 132 
16 105 



333 723 

21 921 
9 812 
55 852 
18 566 
11 095 

20 106 
17 702 
75 130 

10 617 

11 615 
17 611 



156 275 

15 312 

6 001 
22 061 

9 912 
2? 236 

8 813 
8 Oil 

30 176 
5 117 

22 862 

7 108 



9 737 
11 151 
51 976 
15 226 
33 772 

15 308 
13 270 
36 065 
7 330 
31 905 
10 101 



589 
658 
155 
263 



10 729 

8 339 

6 809 

19 515 

3 962 

19 829 

1 823 



372 101 

16 732 
13 395 
85 511 
11 010 
30 Oil 

32 123 
20 969 
76 670 
11 633 
53 377 

17 877 



355 538 

26 122 
12 305 
61 751 
18 133 

10 171 

22 331 
21 020 
79 179 

10 981 

11 316 
15 623 



173 959 

16 135 

8 180 
26 179 
10 019 
22 797 

9 280 
9 181 

33 736 

5 612 

22 851 

7 053 



237 353 

10 765 
17 687 
53 656 
13 111 
30 913 

15 028 
13 359 
36 711 

7 251 
29 692 

8 815 



15 087 951 



728 851 

1 763 892 
3 835 522 

2 501 599 
912 697 

938 056 

626 016 
1 108 133 

186 055 
1 777 626 

108 971 



16 917 929 

1 906 391 
5 975 672 

11 728 860 

7 200 762 

2 597 290 

3 532 511 
2 213 915 
1 118 721 
1 362 669 
1 662 911 
1 297 961 



50 611 215 

3 123 612 
6 119 767 
11 605 235 
9 723 251 
3 721 853 



2 559 388 

2 086 350 

3 928 029 
1 792 168 
3 719 036 
1 869 523 



21 051 215 

2 253 Oil 

2 308 069 
1 361 937 

3 862 619 
1 733 626 

992 988 
828 066 

1 316 567 
720 668 

2 085 056 
558 378 



32 361 517 

1 727 712 

1 026 677 
7 587 657 
6 171 716 

2 550 069 

1 807 520 

1 163 357 

2 036 156 

1 201 831 

2 823 100 
618 719 



12 151 611 

665 171 

1 262 056 

3 271 680 

1 779 117 

736 535 

656 112 

567 515 

908 190 

106 859 

1 606 110 

367 631 



10 390 131 

1 960 808 

1 335 691 
10 593 905 

5 298 558 

2 121 163 

3 363 532 

2 178 531 

3 810 119 
1 166 838 
1 239 181 
1 185 385 



12 176 935 

3 226 857 

1 713 586 
10 310 981 

6 681 517 

3 078 925 

2 392 688 

2 061 905 

3 398 115 
1 162 372 
3 150 280 
1 393 379 



18 207 575 

2 289 783 
1 858 025 

3 912 087 
3 017 565 
1 112 271 

936 538 

802 036 

1 181 021 

613 512 

1 618 815 

505 666 



25 193 378 

1 611 621 
3 023 710 
6 109 606 
1 339 185 
1 936 122 



1 557 571 
1 301 659 

1 622 365 
930 255 

2 113 987 
561 661 



21 .2 

6.1 
39.6 
17.2 
10.6 
23.9 

9.3 
10.3 
22.0 
19.5 
10.5 
11 .2 



16.2 

-2.8 
37.8 
10.7 
35.9 
22.3 

5.0 

1.6 

15.8 

18.5 

10.0 

9.5 



20.0 

-3.2 
36.8 
12.6 
15.5 
21.0 

7.0 

1.0 

15.6 

22.6 

8.7 

31.2 



15.6 

-1 .6 
21.2 
11.6 
28.0 
20.2 

6.0 
3.2 
11.0 
17.5 
26.5 
10.1 



27.0 

5.2 
33.2 
21.2 

19.1 
51.6 

16.0 
13.7 
25.5 
29.2 
15.5 
11 .5 



99 113 
216 291 
293 130 
211 016 

72 159 

137 129 
91 953 

260 032 
71 656 

196 010 
62 889 



5 511 502 

213 562 
872 672 
928 813 
627 719 
208 681 

500 013 
309 613 
983 831 
181 195 
512 650 
172 350 



5 631 915 

371 130 
895 139 
867 095 
837 111 
320 136 

360 236 

286 137 

801 251 

235 519 

367 613 

271 565 



2 265 819 

233 682 
329 902 
315 891 
338 006 
113 221 

138 112 
115 572 
281 886 

91 HI 
191 971 

80 129 



3 519 078 

206 591 

560 819 

199 655 

587 900 

210 095 

250 800 

223 281 

129 676 

178 582 

299 697 

101 979 



1 581 760 

86 015 

192 715 

213 107 

179 761 

53 227 

122 121 

82 118 

192 770 

53 312 

151 130 

19 621 



239 231 
688 219 
728 680 
191 897 
161 037 

165 767 
289 567 
760 702 
116 110 
109 555 
160 611 



1 638 818 

376 152 
711 600 
671 393 
627 729 
218 531 

331 718 
287 262 
612 035 
185 089 
551 559 
189 950 



1 828 055 

215 279 
276 386 
239 870 
273 715 
106 026 

122 880 

105 110 

216 771 
71 072 

138 196 

59 395 



188 308 
119 168 
355 760 
121 311 
151 828 

205 620 
191 859 
311 986 
131 259 
230 615 
81 952 



28.5 

13.0 
27.8 
37.6 
31.1 
56.1 

12.3 
15.2 
31.9 
31.7 
27.2 
26.2 



21.5 

1.8 
26.8 
27.5 
27.6 
27.3 

7.1 
6.9 
29.3 
25.8 
25.2 
-1.6 



21.5 

-1 .5 
20.7 
29.1 
33.1 
28.8 

7.6 
-0.1 
25.3 
26.1 
16.0 
13.0 



23.9 

8.5 
19.1 
31.7 
23.5 
35.1 

12.1 
9.6 
31.1 
27.1 
38.9 
35.1 



31 .8 

9.7 
33.6 
11.2 
38.5 
38.1 

22.0 
16.1 
37.7 
36.1 
30.0 
20.0 



'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-15 



TABLE 6 United States, Regions, and Divisions, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 

and 1958-Continued 



SIC 
code 



Area and kind-of-business group 



Establishments 



1963 
(number) 



1958 
(number) 



Sales 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1,000) 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963 



Payroll, entire year 



1963 
($1,000) 



1958 
($1.000) 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963 



GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS — CONTINUED 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 

RETAIL TRADE* TOTAL 



52 

53 PART" 

5U 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591 ) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 
58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
55 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59l) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55U) 

56 
57 

58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



LUMBERi BLDG MATLSt HDWEt FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIOfJS 



DEALERS . 



APPARELt ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREt HOME FURNISHINGSt EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING I DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BLDG MATES. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING' DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BLDG MATES. HDWEi FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



DEALERS . 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BLDG MATES. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



HI 565 

5 297 

6 371 
30 231 

7 635 
1« 718 

6 57? 

5 795 

in 106 

3 528 

12 685 

1 32 9 



162 262 

8 911 

7 235 

30 noo 

11 896 

2U «21 

9 70« 

8 256 
26 5U7 

5 351 
21 «56 

6 052 



69 236 

M 112 

2 816 
8 600 
U 661 

11 231 

5 986 

3 696 
11 528 

2 326 

10 310 

2 961 



191 2 63 

8 581 
6 175 

27 098 

11 117 
21 587 

13 851 

13 059 

12 918 
5 520 

31 062 

9 959 



108 000 

5 178 

10 261 
28 172 

6 338 
13 223 

6 018 

5 582 

11 396 
3 530 

11 113 

3 559 



171 181 

10 516 

10 306 
35 685 

11 700 
21 722 

9 231 

9 161 

30 397 

5 821 

21 086 

5 823 



66 927 

1 582 

3 300 

9 282 

1 311 
9 987 

3 681 

3 858 

11 151 

2 219 
9 282 
2 238 



193 378 

10 130 

7 090 

30 025 

10 631 
23 836 

13 185 

13 503 

11 130 
5 337 

29 295 

9 213 



12 351 017 

897 902 

1 383 025 
3 007 267 

2 511 281 
1 030 558 

693 978 

562 152 

609 517 

137 673 

961 672 

226 019 



20 991 111 

1 529 035 

2 505 531 
1 818 830 
1 113 268 
1 683 587 



1 195 608 

881 061 

1 189 918 

732 315 

1 631 767 

380 125 



10 117 123 

765 091 

1 121 167 

2 195 591 
2 013 785 

937 601 

177 022 

151 572 

79? 851 

128 776 

765 505 

165 159 



31 616 339 

1 671 228 

1 168 661 
7 935 281 
6 587 713 

2 589 636 

1 812 878 

1 790 321 

2 952 189 

1 301 291 

2 852 319 
618 786 



9 828 619 

712 911 

1 190 097 

2 113 890 
1 751 209 

782 169 

581 571 

183 131 

500 851 

315 008 

811 530 

186 973 



17 670 159 



137 320 
939 665 
?71 199 
321 791 
132 919 



1 035 769 

e?7 729 

1 018 119 

623 666 

1 116 111 

31? 505 



7 921 101 

732 165 

827 166 

1 756 086 

1 186 316 

705 719 

380 860 
377 778 
609 271 
319 137 
602 561 
126 712 



26 ??1 806 

1 609 103 
? 820 667 
6 555 211 
1 220 Oil 
1 986 580 

1 159 271 

1 503 091 

2 211 618 
935 363 

2 300 552 
620 003 



25.7 

20.9 
16.2 
23.1 

11.9 
31 .8 

18.7 
16.3 
21.7 
26.9 
18.1 
20.9 



18.8 

6.1 
29.2 
12.8 
33.6 
17.5 

15.1 
6.1 
16.9 
17.1 
15.? 
11 .0 



?8.1 

1.5 
35.6 
?5.0 
37.5 
32.9 

25.2 
20.3 
30.1 
31.2 
27.0 
30.3 



32.1 

1.0 
58.1 
21.1 
56.1 
30.1 

26.3 
19.1 
33.5 
39.1 
21.0 
1.6 



99 060 
179 261 
161 017 
?15 316 

78 003 

87 121 
76 267 
lie 866 
57 613 
91 118 
31 567 



2 210 636 

173 098 

312 869 

310 096 

380 582 

117 991 

157 893 

122 633 

255 712 

101 176 

161 218 

57 338 



92 099 
156 019 
168 175 
201 608 

85 509 

63 171 
61 272 
18? ?56 
56 815 
82 158 
22 632 



1 271 821 

208 281 
600 297 
701 899 
681 555 
213 906 

261 857 
213 015 
715 780 
191 901 
303 682 
92 612 



936 195 

79 526 

116 188 

121 812 

161 080 

58 891 

72 833 
66 101 
89 10? 
1? 189 

73 939 
?1 231 



1 755 553 

118 873 

26? 251 

231 680 

297 013 

121 510 

131 622 

109 510 

193 372 

80 192 

130 615 

15 882 



839 101 

78 363 
106 715 
111 113 
113 871 

57 968 

19 290 

51 272 

125 103 

10 190 

57 913 

17 ?10 



3 035 596 

185 336 

109 801 
188 580 

110 132 
175 556 

202 317 

206 260 

507 235 

125 191 

211 188 

80 596 



28.3 

21.6 
22.6 
31.6 
33.7 
32.5 

20.0 
15.1 
35.1 
35.6 
27.3 
30.3 



25.9 

17.0 
30.7 
55.8 
28.1 
?1.8 

17.3 
12.0 
52.3 
26.2 
23.1 
25.0 



10.0 

17.5 
16.2 
51 .5 
10.1 
17.5 

28.8 
25.1 
15.7 
11 .1 
11 .9 
51 .3 



10.8 

12.1 
16.5 
13.7 
51.7 
38.9 

29.1 
17.8 
17.0 
52.9 
11 .8 
15.2 



'Nonsbre retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



1-16 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE? Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963 



SIC 
code 



52 
521 

522 

523 

521* 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 ( 

( 
( 



5H 

5111 

542 

543 

5Ut 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 

553 



56 

561.567 
561 
567 

562-3i568 
562 



563 > 568 
563 ( 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



Region and kind of business 



THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDINS MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 
FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES . 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



18 733 
3 215 

2 590 
984 

3 175 
397 

6 652 
1 720 



12 466 

892 

4 726 

4 408 

1 574 

866 



90 212 

56 550 

9 103 



715 
807 
990 
086 
898 
285 
1 613 
1 2C9 
854 



19 171 

7 736 

6 311 

646 

779 

4 824 

3 953 

510 

2 148 

309 

1 079 

609 

151 



37 580 

7 857 
6 658 
1 199 

15 489 

8 612 
8 219 

269 

124 

6 877 

1 387 

1 142 
411 

2 781 
1 156 



4 191 
7 706 

894 

1 406 
316 

5 090 

2 013 
324 



23 832 

14 729 
8 673 
2 706 
1 578 
618 
1 154 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



14 081 

3 023 

1 764 
676 

2 393 
251 

4 630 
1 344 



10 072 

892 

4 180 

3 484 

1 090 

426 



51 143 

31 582 

5 703 



943 
667 
216 
330 
744 
723 
021 
535 
328 



694 
289 
632 
773 
240 
125 
506 
330 
131 
557 
451 
91 



28 740 

6 189 

5 656 
533 

12 291 

7 130 

6 843 
199 

88 

5 161 
971 
876 
263 

2 381 
670 

2 035 

6 474 
858 

1 388 
292 

3 935 
1 679 

72 



17 230 

10 455 

5 187 

2 084 

I 214 

370 

500 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



62 035 880 



535 245 
082 667 
372 335 

99 202 
245 244 

48 166 
531 622 
256 009 



7 739 554 

5 531 976 

1 227 418 

844 343 

107 382 

28 445 



15 554 382 

13 453 105 

821 606 

91 528 

185 083 

275 243 

182 881 

459 727 

358 306 

101 421 

59 831 

35 378 



9 702 361 

8 377 748 

7 157 055 

353 503 

847 090 

508 707 

479 199 

84 938 

251 759 

19 551 

108 069 

(D) 

ID) 



4 470 597 

1 020 726 

980 976 

39 750 



008 540 
470 992 
453 358 

13 118 
4 516 

537 548 
42 835 
69 966 
20 874 

323 880 
79 993 

514 318 
747 494 

92 492 
198 084 

22 831 
434 087 
165 487 

14 032 



2 839 961 

1 815 560 

1 289 148 

314 738 

98 615 

56 404 

55 655 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



58 737 293 



533 523 
077 033 
355 991 

94 584 
228 428 

44 984 
484 140 
247 363 



7 692 136 

5 531 976 

1 215 250 

821 591 

99 140 

23 179 



14 319 205 

12 580 485 

694 598 

74 164 

134 989 

162 673 

153 233 

435 421 

347 060 

88 351 

45 447 

28 196 



9 581 025 

8 375 378 

7 165 781 

363 013 

846 584 

430 645 

461 921 

84 814 

228 257 

15 805 

97 485 

ID) 

10) 



4 293 574 

983 124 

949 326 

33 798 

1 952 701 

1 443 593 

1 427 091 

12 458 

4 044 

509 108 

38 533 

66 282 

17 794 

315 470 

71 029 

472 002 
717 528 

91 076 
197 624 

22 127 

405 801 

158 867 

9 252 



707 873 

732 908 

237 684 

301 258 

93 957 

53 484 

46 525 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



7 320 073 



343 005 
141 282 
50 883 
16 306 
34 216 
5 519 
58 014 
26 685 



119 166 

804 865 

199 980 

97 895 

13 488 

2 938 



221 943 

978 121 

64 156 

7 120 

12 302 
20 590 
20 443 

110 143 
95 705 

13 438 
4 335 
4 633 



858 765 

734 403 

515 555 

43 092 

75 755 

33 152 

70 151 

9 758 

21 291 

1 923 

10 782 

(D) 

10) 



637 442 
153 322 
145 019 

8 303 

297 395 

226 608 

223 710 

2 305 

593 

70 787 

6 673 

9 351 

2 321 
40 130 
12 302 

52 303 

103 940 

12 558 

30 852 

3 343 
57 087 
19 080 

1 402 



404 555 

280 118 

195 282 

50 864 

16 651 

7 829 

8 492 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 



(dollars) 



146 413 444 



6 585 514 

2 654 655 

1 009 953 

319 355 

683 947 

106 704 

1 304 643 

506 245 



23 135 590 

17 044 341 

3 715 832 

2 028 248 

280 745 

65 523 



24 263 847 
19 252 172 

1 300 125 
142 965 
252 773 
415 831 
413 307 

2 302 852 
2 032 094 

270 758 
85 110 
87 711 



16 478 119 

13 827 955 

11 590 426 

826 795 

1 410 734 

654 966 

1 402 410 

190 777 

392 Oil 

41 422 

186 553 

(D) 

(D) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



898 558 
435 874 
380 300 

45 836 
10 738 

451 684 
137 286 
181 214 

46 201 
820 172 
276 811 

253 582 
956 850 
230 012 
596 523 

65 153 
075 052 
388 970 

29 964 



7 935 002 

5 -.81 553 

3 772 447 

1 036 127 

343 206 

153 039 

176 834 



2 186 600 



75 165 

27 876 

10 592 

3 400 

7 795 

1 175 

17 901 

6 325 



392 195 

270 775 

84 745 

31 090 

4 275 

1 310 



354 891 

273 937 

15 962 

2 481 

4 333 

9 761 

6 720 

37 903 

32 951 

4 952 

1 497 

1 297 



162 654 

132 008 

110 731 

7 721 

13 555 

7 575 

15 541 

2 830 

4 510 

518 

2 152 

(D) 

(01 



12 515 740 
2 977 716 1 
2 800 097 

177 619i 



191 109 

35 557 

34 471 

2 085 

98 821 
74 758 
73 741 
807 
220 
24 053 

2 771 

3 182 
767 

14 397 
2 936 

20 717 

27 158 

2 569 

7 458 

776 

16 355 

7 442 

414 



89 631 
60 518 
41 375 
10 049 
4 705 
2 223 
2 265 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



13 485 
1 431 

1 778 
790 

2 046 
291 

5 647 
1 502 



8 274 
35 

2 496 

3 534 
1 352 

857 



83 542 

51 845 

9 508 



799 
067 
890 
563 
883 
763 
120 
155 
832 



12 538 

3 192 
2 666 

265 
260 

4 505 
2 810 

323 
1 708 
265 
878 
IDl 
ID) 



27 187 

5 703 

4 562 

1 141 

11 607 

6 406 

5 056 
262 

86 

5 201 

978 

853 

310 

2 103 
957 

3 577 

4 089 
186 
460 
187 

3 256 

1 755 

345 



17 498 
10 801 
5 994 
1 941 
1 311 
501 
1 054 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wilhtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicat)le. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-17 



TABLE? Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 





Region and kind of business 


Establistiments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors ot 

unincor 

porated 

businesses 

(number) 


572 
5732 


THE NORTHEASTEr?N STATES— CONTINUED 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 


"t 657 
2 518 
1 928 
750 
1 178 

92 091 
58 962 
38 815 

1 931 
15 281 

2 935 
33 129 

1« 913 

13 946 

967 

69 973 
11 «16 

6 098 

2 357 

3 741 
3 752 

1 018 

2 734 

3 204 
2 753 

451 

2 016 

423 

903 

5 357 

10 317 

1 615 
485 

7 318 
899 

5 350 

2 356 

2 962 
994 

4 398 

3 372 
268 
372 

1 220 
350 
719 

4 125 

21 032 

1 274 

66 

331 

48 

10 

26 

40 

68 

133 

552 

2 277 

345 
57 
345 
648 
872 

17 481 

742 

457 

388 

1 325 

1 929 

1 038 

2 078 

1 185 
516 

2 769 
554 

4 500 


3 465 

2 140 

1 170 

488 

562 

73 739 
45 538 
31 483 

1 875 
9 727 

2 453 
28 201 

13 811 
12 968 

843 

44 093 

9 116 

2 464 

403 

2 061 

2 605 
672 

1 934 

1 572 

1 473 

199 

1 750 

335 

525 

3 393 
5 907 
1 089 

89 

5 058 

661 

3 286 
1 358 

1 476 
815 

2 174 
2 436 

222 
264 
752 
188 
255 
1 978 

5 390 

848 

55 
317 
48 
10 
25 
20 
28 
57 
276 

1 249 

155 
43 
259 
372 
410 

i 293 

392 

83 

42 

35 

751 

38 

158 

119 

284 

175 

144 

1 052 


621 484 

248 157 

154 760 

50 635 

104 124 

5 557 157 

4 127 854 
2 981 901 

248 318 

507 059 

290 586 

1 429 293 

1 858 924 
1 785 867 

83 057 

5 440 757 
1 600 110 

209 634 
<DI 
(Dl 

294 445 
90 455 

203 990 

189 634 

175 702 

14 132 

583 902 

103 915 

66 876 

388 616 

1 703 461 

(Dl 

(D) 

1 412 565 

105 717 

216 065 

148 332 

149 354 
113 998 
137 397 
141 550 

19 719 
30 810 
93 684 

ID) 

20 615 
(Dl 

1 705 935 
447 001 

160 209 
110 818 
16 259 
1 717 
16 206 
14 377 
14 509 
27 948 

84 956 

436 486 

72 671 
13 515 
79 271 
198 399 
72 630 

823 448 

53 709 
27 491 

21 712 
20 037 

215 259 
37 497 
45 610 
53 121 
56 604 
41 966 
66 051 

182 371 


594 486 

240 805 

139 572 

45 640 

93 832 

5 255 355 

3 917 860 

2 860 251 

247 345 

525 747 

263 535 

1 337 475 

1 832 996 
1 752 941 

60 057 

5 889 015 
1 463 328 

165 662 
(Dl 
(Dl 

263 929 

84 429 
179 500 

163 518 
152 976 
10 542 
574 902 
102 262 

63 154 
354 774 

1 615 059 

(0) 

(Dl 

1 340 073 

102 923 

166 025 
118 294 
117 914 
109 246 

109 273 
126 734 

19 075 
(01 

85 822 
(D) 

14 964 
(Dl 

1 473 569 
441 077 

160 209 

110 532 
16 259 

1 717 
16 208 
13 963 
13 855 
26 746 

61 588 

411 135 

69 789 

13 017 
78 065 

185 639 

64 425 

521 455 

49 319 
22 287 

15 970 
1 539 

174 049 

14 963 

16 486 
41 947 
55 725 

15 158 
52 481 

149 411 


72 444 
31 469 

20 535 

5 526 

14 909 

1 243 866 

1 000 051 

741 560 

77 328 

101 431 

79 632 

243 615 

255 051 
247 731 

6 320 

708 590 

112 708 

28 803 

(Dl 

(Dl 

39 529 

11 913 
27 615 

21 230 
19 958 

1 272 

40 269 

8 276 

9 427 
56 609 

221 695 

(D) 

(Dl 

178 999 

21 095 

37 261 
10 523 

12 535 

13 343 
15 297 
26 617 

4 162 
(Dl 

10 594 
(D) 

2 119 
(Dl 

235 239 
56 039 

25 479 
9 283 

2 379 
197 

1 874 
1 602 

1 675 

3 339 
12 211 

51 349 

10 903 

2 155 
15 642 

15 330 

7 308 

125 851 

10 082 

5 396 

2 483 
164 

31 792 

3 351 

2 260 
9 353 

18 541 

3 026 

14 045 
25 335 


1 435 377 
520 194 
396 778 
112 759 
285 019 

25 500 436 
20 585 586 
15 272 051 

1 570 909 

2 064 791 

1 657 835 
5 014 852 

5 021 324 

4 847 925 

173 399 

13 761 800 

2 135 858 
569 964 

(Dl 

(D) 

776 696 

239 632 

535 854 

413 458 
366 988 

26 470 

757 934 

171 479 

157 358 

1 125 412 

4 313 053 

(Dl 
(Dl 

3 473 358 

414 714 

705 053 
209 592 

252 795 

253 489 
329 217 
541 928 

81 391 

(D) 

235 831 

(Dl 

47 832 
(Dl 

5 294 159 
1 551 235 

957 005 
169 257 

52 716 
4 894 

39 960 
41 558 
33 569 

55 514 
265 542 

1 035 705 

215 955 

40 206 
335 970 
293 573 
150 002 

2 507 226 

193 355 

104 130 

50 113 

3 596 

623 506 

53 080 
44 917 

364 088 
355 360 

56 329 
251 471 
494 281 


16 958 

7 248 

4 797 

1 499 
3 296 

510 146 
418 655 
310 725 
26 499 
46 733 
30 696 
91 491 

79 059 

75 652 

3 417 

175 296 
28 127 

8 261 
(Dl 
(D) 

11 947 

3 805 

8 142 

5 584 
5 179 

405 

9 352 

2 140 

2 227 
14 569 
42 983 

(Dl 

(Dl 

33 289 

4 264 

10 931 

3 508 

5 507 

3 185 

6 356 
5 101 

1 025 
(D) 

4 027 
(Dl 
807 
(Dl 

62 520 
22 818 

13 015 

3 268 

784 

56 

578 

474 

421 

665 

3 555 

11 267 

2 276 
394 

3 785 

2 971 
1 859 

26 415 

1 901 

1 089 
524 

75 

5 539 
695 
561 

3 071 

4 155 
596 

2 645 

7 351 


3 142 
2 004 


58 

5812 


RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 


559 
992 

80 336 
51 813 
34 254 
751 
14 764 
2 034 
28 525 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




591 ( 
( 

59 EX •591 


DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


10 434 
780 

58 655 


592 
593 

5932 
5933 

594 
59142 


LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 


8 345 

5 653 
(Dl 
(Dl 

3 069 
777 

2 292 


595 


SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE ^HOPS 


2 971 


5952 
5953 
5962 


SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES .••■>>*.■• 


2 527 

444 
1 309 


5969 I 
1 

597 

598 

5982 ( 
( 

5983 

5981 

5992 


GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 


246 
771 

4 321 
7 879 

(D) 
(Dl 

5 412 
553 

5 344 


5993 


CIGAR STORES' STANDS 


2 156 






2 673 






647 






4 211 


5998 




3 060 


5999 ( 


TYPEWRITER STORES 


195 
(01 






1 022 




RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 


(0) 
579 

(0) 


53 PART* 


TOTAL 


18 892 


532 


MAIL-ORDER HOUSES. ••••••• 


739 




DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 






OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT 

OTHER 


48 

35 

5 

11 

32 

55 

104 

448 

1 699 


535 


DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOuSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT .... 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 


279 
42 
181 
522 
675 

15 454 

543 

434 

371 

1 333 




MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL. ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION 


1 795 

1 026 

2 100 

1 157 
275 

2 732 
422 




OTHER 


4 255 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittilield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in Uiis table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-18 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE? Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Region and kind of business 



THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 



S2 
521 

522 

523 

521 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 ( 

( 
( 



54 

541 
542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



56 

56 It 567 

561 

567 

562-3.56 
562 



563.568 
563 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDIN5 MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINT. GLASS. KALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN.o. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



37 266 



7 414 
2 971 

2 295 

3 754 
481 

11 839 

8 512 



15 846 

1 462 

6 569 

6 416 

870 

529 



77 916 

58 754 

3 371 

431 

1 856 

3 655 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



28 478 

11 318 

10 246 

445 

627 

7 017 

5 559 

1 191 

3 393 

535 

1 322 

1 157 

379 



29 219 
6 015 

5 241 
774 

10 509 

6 965 

6 686 
193 

87 

3 543 
935 
278 
161 

1 559 
610 

4 119 

7 038 
472 
770 
173 

5 623 
1 325 

212 



25 743 

13 754 

9 255 

2 184 

1 330 

440 

535 



30 024 

7 086 
2 367 

1 431 

2 848 
259 

8 859 
7 154 



13 502 

1 462 

5 839 

5 228 

685 

287 



50 595 

37 571 

2 395 

221 

768 

1 975 

1 773 

5 231 

4 085 

1 145 

388 

273 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



22 039 

11 226 

10 152 

441 

623 

3 314 

4 451 
1 187 
1 861 

243 
775 
741 
101 



24 729 

5 159 

4 815 

354 

9 227 

6 268 

5 042 
153 

73 
2 959 
739 
210 
141 
1 429 
440 



19 111 

9 806 

5 755 

1 732 

805 

204 

309 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



71 665 430 



5 375 523 

1 833 363 

418 615 

135 943 

247 779 

27 097 

971 409 

1 741 417 



8 757 836 
6 258 435 
1 211 180 
1 203 554 
57 244 
17 422 



15 970 172 

14 802 556 

339 954 

19 785 

88 458 

111 614 

191 356 

330 884 

236 669 

94 215 

(Dl 

ID) 



13 586 103 

11 601 992 

10 379 077 

279 900 

943 015 

753 648 

671 050 

(0) 

ID) 

45 091 

113 262 

198 231 

(Dl 



5 456 479 



3 552 375 

769 840 

739 544 

30 196 

1 333 789 

1 043 276 

1 028 946 

11 237 

3 093 

290 513 

30 751 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dk 

717 953 
543 747 

38 008 
124 104 

11 290 
470 345 

79 502 
7 545 



914 416 

722 196 

351 653 

257 485 

52 770 

23 615 

26 673 



68 744 487 



5 202 669 
1 821 761 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
898 139 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



(Dl 



8 710 176 
6 268 435 
1 198 968 
1 173 485 
54 270 
15 016 



15 132 887 

14 102 345 

(01 

15 181 

55 318 

82 064 

174 480 

319 528 

231 197 

88 331 

(Dl 

(Dl 



13 382 733 

11 595 902 

10 373 453 

279 542 

942 797 

624 782 

646 210 

(01 

(Dl 

38 947 

101 964 

178 221 

(Dl 



464 314 

753 810 

(Dl 

(01 



313 819 

032 080 

018 564 

10 697 

2 819 

281 739 

29 057 

(Dl 

101 

(01 

(Dl 

593 847 

622 429 

37 644 

124 058 

10 922 

449 805 

(Dl 

(01 



2 790 181 

1 650 663 

1 302 436 

246 S6S 

(01 

21 701 

(01 



7 900 764 



605 112 
230 194 
(Dl 
IDI 
(Dl 
(Dl 
111 237 
(0 



225 341 
890 283 
190 324 
135 714 
7 159 
1 861 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 



182 989 

029 771 

(01 

1 657 

5 514 

11 581 

18 432 

77 526 

63 453 

14 173 

(0) 

(01 



175 450 

982 108 

864 958 

34 070 

83 070 

43 804 

99 505 

(01 

(Dl 

4 437 

10 770 

11 920 
IDI 



498 378 

113 237 

(Dl 

IDI 

191 357 

151 337 

148 774 

2 150 

403 

40 020 

5 043 

101 

101 

(01 

(Dl 

98 562 

86 234 

5 113 

18 779 

1 673 

60 669 

(01 

(01 



401 709 

248 995 

189 756 

40 900 

(01 

3 316 

IDI 



157 053 453 



11 625 640 
4 354 246 
101 
101 
(01 
(01 
2 148 680 
(01 



24 784 935 

18 304 362 

3 561 506 

2 740 613 

137 643 

40 390 



23 191 457 

20 155 287 

(01 

33 388 

106 993 

230 555 

354 512 

1 554 881 

1 274 278 

260 503 

101 

IDI 



22 720 926 

18 954 587 

16 700 899 

569 277 

1 584 411 

870 522 

1 945 699 

101 

(01 

85 529 

190 214 

230 768 

(01 



9 512 471 



9 756 942 

2 218 947 

(Dl 

(01 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

Inumber) 



798 870 

996 199 

947 557 

41 652 

8 680 

600 671 

101 513 

(01 

(01 

101 

101 



1 932 115 

1 624 886 

93 242 

360 327 

31 225 

1 140 091 

101 

101 



861 660 
829 407 
615 733 
843 045 

(01 
70 016 

(01 



140 379 
47 442 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 
32 006 
(01 



436 259 

302 159 

84 214 

46 213 

2 752 

921 



372 309 

315 832 

101 

545 

2 123 

5 853 

7 534 

29 642 

24 127 

5 515 

(Dl 

(Dl 



222 838 

179 227 

158 931 

6 270 

14 026 

10 352 

21 506 

(01 

(01 

975 

2 255 

2 453 

101 



166 638 

32 152 

IDI 

(01 

70 488 

55 038 

55 120 

751 

157 

14 450 

2 109 

(01 

(01 

(01 

(01 

34 595 

25 389 

1 248 

5 397 

421 

18 323 

(01 

(01 



90 976 

53 950 

40 363 

8 020 

(01 

1 133 

(01 



31 796 
3 822 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 

12 034 
(01 



11 004 
33 

4 195 

5 388 
815 
573 



74 653 

56 885 

(01 



439 
053 
853 
643 
475 
732 
744 
(01 
(01 



22 848 
7 129 

6 641 
182 
305 

7 205 
4 559 

(01 
(01 
509 
1 250 
932 
101 



22 685 

4 974 
(01 
(01 

8 071 

5 514 
5 237 

175 
102 

2 557 
519 

(01 
(01 
101 
(01 

3 441 

4 579 
112 
265 
115 

4 087 
(01 
(01 



21 650 

11 762 

7 709 

1 841 

(Dl 

U16 

(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available, 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-19 



TABLE? Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Region and kind ot business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No« 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



572 
5732 

5733 



58 
5S12 



59PT(591] 
591 I 



59 EX. 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

591 

59"t2 

59U3 

595 

5952 

5953 

5962 

5969 

597 
598 
5982 

5983 
598t 

5992 
5993 
5994 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES — CONTINUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIO. TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES!. 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS .... 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES' STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

HAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS' STATIONERY 

OTHER, , 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

CANDY' NUT' CONFECTIONERY 

MILK' ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE' FARM E<JUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT' VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL' ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS' TELEVISION . . 

FURNITURE' OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



6 321 
3 226 

2 a«2 

690 
1 752 



105 906 
63 193 
45 081 

1 718 
13 994 

2 400 
42 713 



15 754 

14 278 

1 486 



57 477 

10 453 

5 305 

1 322 

4 983 

1 833 
717 

1 116 



3 647 

3 072 

575 

6 622 

3 565 
1 039 
5 943 
5 884 
1 707 

261 

1 544 

2 372 

4 970 
1 251 

1 287 
840 

2 821 

3 658 
339 
350 

1 127 
273 
559 

4 701 



25 052 
1 169 



43 

658 

37 

4 

11 

11 

30 

49 

326 



611 

55 

395 

560 

1 001 

21 250 

1 089 
184 

1 496 
571 

2 635 
527 
825 
494 
713 

3 927 
632 

8 157 



4 849 
2 776 
1 680 
450 
1 230 



83 216 
53 521 
38 255 

1 672 
11 602 

1 992 
29 595 



14 720 

13 546 

1 174 



45 166 

8 087 

2 993 

144 

2 849 

1 383 
515 
868 

2 015 

1 728 
287 

5 220 

2 525 
821 

4 077 
4 240 
1 281 
87 
1 042 
1 830 

3 472 
781 
754 
720 

1 529 
3 214 
253 
202 
687 
187 
213 
1 783 



860 
939 

43 

650 

37 

4 

11 

7 

20 

21 

145 



297 
27 
280 
288 
331 



405 
50 
32 

11 

519 

15 

41 

58 

295 

151 

175 

945 



594 948 
279 530 
217 742 
31 334 
186 408 



274 596 
618 653 
599 845 
204 523 
543 111 
171 284 
555 733 



2 512 836 

2 415 065 

97 771 



5 834 092 
1 150 506 

209 166 
17 407 

191 759 

151 810 
(Dl 
(Dl 

197 167 

175 569 

20 598 

1 479 039 

(0) 

(01 

392 207 

682 086 

174 786 

5 530 

248 940 

252 830 

215 305 
58 545 
55 367 
92 383 
79 909 

152 001 
(Dl 

19 950 

50 295 

(0) 

(D) 

142 107 



2 427 901 
(D) 

767 236 

215 885 

7 343 

(Dl 

25 138 

848 

69 940 

27 667 

136 555 

(01 

124 925 

4 889 

99 745 

141 835 

(Dl 

710 218 

75 994 

38 903 

25 735 

9 314 

157 484 

14 782 

19 335 

21 558 

49 046 

51 988 

81 262 

154 817 



555 348 
272 062 
202 108 
27 900 
174 208 



893 802 
490 485 
607 907 
203 853 
513 287 
165 438 
403 317 



2 484 506 

2 393 607 

90 899 



5 435 175 

1 061 428 

172 722 

6 689 

155 033 

144 752 

(Dl 

(Dl 

168 849 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

362 587 

654 458 

167 500 

(Dl 

(Dl 

245 826 

193 851 

48 297 

55 321 

89 131 

65 503 

153 935 

(Dl 

17 590 

44 873 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 



2 183 199 
(01 

757 235 

215 752 

7 343 

(Dl 

25 138 

835 

(Dl 

27 365 

134 895 

(Dl 

121 320 

4 045 

97 509 

131 958 

(01 

495 812 

57 262 

37 749 

13 967 

592 

94 934 

3 552 

6 931 

17 714 
44 422 

18 472 
78 182 

112 035 



87 627 
35 132 
29 955 
3 371 
26 584 



089 137 

870 373 

561 991 

53 082 

99 970 

45 330 

218 764 



327 463 

318 442 

9 021 



579 814 
68 177 
29 599 

1 087 
28 512 

21 595 
(Dl 
(Dl 

20 250 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
57 399 
95 859 

22 799 
(Dl 
(Dl 

44 758 

38 353 

5 387 

7 514 

11 180 

9 184 

31 373 
(Dl 

2 722 
5 842 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 



352 014 

(Dl 

139 121 

17 135 

953 

(Dl 

2 763 
105 
(Dl 

3 044 



101 

18 297 
453 

18 600 
12 575 

(Dl 

103 157 

12 654 
9 864 
2 858 

80 

15 126 

1 169 

1 384 

2 926 

13 886 

3 839 

19 000 
19 371 



1 724 454 

698 925 

608 863 

65 795 

543 068 



22 539 550 
17 954 449 
13 604 357 

1 289 370 

2 120 928 
939 784 

4 585 201 



6 320 572 

6 136 269 

184 303 



11 291 616 

1 353 257 

585 121 

21 140 

553 981 

426 373 

(Dl 

(Dl 

402 525 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(01 

1 101 947 

1 942 704 

457 769 

(Dl 

(Dl 

910 277 



723 404 

107 765 

154 815 

218 163 

190 948 

598 723 

(Dl 

50 538 

129 398 

(Dl 

(01 

IDl 



7 347 583 
(Dl 

3 051 375 

359 987 

28 795 

(Dl 

51 711 

2 118 

(Dl 

83 333 

355 744 

(Dl 

356 484 
9 224 

379 009 

241 550 

(01 

2 Oil 922 

259 375 

194 712 

56 745 

1 629 

316 793 

23 688 

27 794 

55 065 

259 135 

72 081 

350 140 

373 753 



20 477 
8 633 
7 918 
1 096 
6 822 



499 081 
408 524 
307 192 
24 992 
57 131 
19 209 
90 557 



105 351 

101 285 

4 055 



150 426 

22 728 

9 539 

334 

9 205 

7 004 

(Dl 

(Dl 

5 651 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
15 507 
21 270 

5 693 
(Dl 
(Dl 

9 790 

11 947 

2 176 

3 044 

2 875 

3 989 
7 158 

(01 
895 
2 453 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 



98 487 
(01 

44 117 

5 386 

631 

(D) 

912 

28 

(Dl 

i 483 

4 754 

(Dl 

3 442 

90 

4 515 

2 411 
(Dl 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) iKittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



4 699 
3 080 
2 109 
521 
1 488 



108 368 

63 738 

46 473 

1 067 

14 365 

1 833 

44 530 



13 130 

11 651 

1 469 



51 158 

9 792 
5 987 
1 419 

4 558 
1 520 

(Dl 
(Dl 

3 628 
(01 
(0) 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

5 502 

4 523 
1 588 

(01 

(01 

1 330 

5 357 

1 133 

1 290 
547 

2 940 

3 450 

(01 
297 
1 040 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 



23 274 
(01 



41 

23 

(Dl 

3 

9 

(01 

39 

274 

(Dl 

534 
62 
245 
532 
(Dl 



545 




952 


290 




168 


629 


1 


477 


24 




574 


838 


2 


624 


259 




520 


316 




843 


754 




484 


678 




501 


900 


3 


874 


264 




486 


922 


a 


037 



1-20 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 7 Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



SIC 
code 



52 
521 

522 

523 

52"t 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 

539 ( 
( 



5H 

511 

51*2 

513 

541 

515 

516 

5162 

5163 

519 



55 EX.551 
551 



552 

553 



56 

561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-31 56 
562 



563i56B 
563 



565 
566 



561 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5711 

5715 

5719 



Region and kind of business 



RETAIL TRAOEi TOTAL. 



LUMBER! BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINTi GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

PARS EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT I CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHI SED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
HEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE' METALWARE STORES . . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



23 978 
5 219 
3 155 
850 
2 838 
301 
7 325 
1 290 



21 760 

1 193 
7 726 

12 897 

2 325 
618 



115 607 

103 526 

1 567 

1 139 

2 309 
2 311 

1 071 

2 739 
2 158 

571 
123 
122 



31 757 
9 501 
8 267 
176 
751 
105 
237 
780 
130 
110 
201 
212 
271 



12 

7 
2 



31 581 
5 089 

1 627 
152 

10 953 

8 572 

8 528 

11 

103 

2 281 
569 
186 

88 
151 
171 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



1 



27 319 

15 591 

12 851 

1 190 

1 187 

131 

632 



20 122 

1 913 

2 717 
661 

2 231 
199 

5 797 

3 898 



20 292 
1 193 
7 158 
9 731 
1 760 
150 



52 829 

15 706 

1 035 

515 

787 

1 207 
331 

2 311 
1 958 

353 
201 
235 



25 608 

9 158 

8 229 

170 



759 
298 
911 
778 
130 
282 
812 
880 
155 



27 515 

1 589 

1 325 

251 

9 907 

7 911 

7 801 

31 

79 

1 993 

559 

151 

58 

1 078 

121 



5 019 
5 551 

128 
1 312 

121 
3 593 
1 296 

121 



21 023 

12 162 

9 661 

1 116 

793 

197 

352 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



65 705 705 



151 619 

166 728 

518 191 

85 716 

207 852 

(0) 

631 100 

(Dl 



7 915 235 
1 770 535 
1 110 527 
1 565 852 
ID) 
(01 



15 113 751 

11 811 200 

132 120 

ID) 

82 612 

52 852 

(Dl 

127 119 

101 898 

22 551 

(D) 

(01 



13 155 298 

10 517 513 

9 137 279 

332 882 

1 017 352 

1 157 125 

810 997 

(D) 

(Dl 

13 131 

110 062 

(01 

(Dl 



3 697 106 

521 175 

506 588 

17 588 



321 959 
151 212 

115 218 

2 276 

3 688 
170 757 

22 558 

10 913 

(01 

116 255 
IDI 

073 607 
570 352 

33 591 
(D) 
(D) 
359 511 
(Dl 
(Dl 



2 925 573 

1 886 361 

1 511 879 

171 126 

50 858 

21 519 

21 839 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



52 301 259 



1 072 563 

1 157 272 

638 811 

(01 

195 282 

(01 

597 520 

IDI 



821 910 
770 535 
102 191 
190 151 
(D) 
(01 



13 867 500 

13 373 510 

117 110 

101 

58 252 

17 158 

IDI 

122 155 

102 720 

19 735 

10) 

ID) 



13 191 238 

10 515 019 

9 131 995 

332 680 

1 017 311 

962 921 

811 669 

ID) 

101 

IDI 

131 700 

(D) 

(D) 



3 627 051 

613 952 

598 110 

15 822 



305 373 
138 191 
132 668 

2 162 

3 351 
167 179 

21 712 

10 189 

(0) 

111 930 

IDI 

015 121 

560 086 

33 031 

(D) 

IDI 

319 979 

IDI 

ID) 



826 119 

818 559 

561 857 

155 118 

17 111 

IDI 

ID) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



5 951 253 



178 752 

175 251 

75 519 

IDI 

31 173 

ID) 

73 579 

101 



082 919 
701 910 
210 528 
152 585 
101 
(01 



973 758 

906 215 

9 912 

(D) 

1 829 

5 291 

(01 

30 755 

27 355 

3 391 

ID) 

(01 



183 798 

908 577 

771 981 

37 131 

95 252 

53 232 

121 715 

(Dl 

(D) 

(D) 

11 712 

ID) 

IDI 



196 111 

92 217 

89 022 

3 225 

181 010 

157 708 

156 838 

100 

170 

23 332 

3 987 

1 531 

ID) 

11 619 

ID) 

131 395 

76 789 

1 506 

ID) 

(D) 

15 398 

(D) 

(D) 



122 181 

279 558 

235 711 

27 120 

8 973 

(01 

(01 



Payroll, 
worl(week 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



135 151 556 



111 818 
292 527 
171 877 

IDI 
610 221 

(01 
111 158 

(01 



21 525 710 

11 303 217 

3 901 578 

2 960 885 

(D) 

(0) 



18 966 908 

17 557 393 

195 920 

10) 

93 505 

117 Oil 

10) 

595 500 

528 625 

66 875 

ID) 

IDI 



22 759 512 

17 395 359 

11 788 710 

788 017 

1 819 502 

1 257 258 

2 352 237 

101 
101 
(Dl 
275 921 
IDI 
IDI 



9 359 555 

1 722 116 

1 651 936 

67 510 



156 155 

005 529 

989 003 

7 001 

9 522 

150 936 

71 919 

28 701 

101 

287 531 

101 

522 380 

126 272 

81 597 

101 

(0) 

838 532 

(01 

ID) 



111 510 
358 116 
182 705 
515 117 
189 681 
101 
IDI 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



2 290 350 



122 619 

13 373 

19 111 

ID) 

7 501 

10) 

22 355 

ID) 



101 352 

231 725 

99 119 

59 511 

IDI 

ID) 



339 809 

312 118 

3 256 

101 

1 959 

3 115 

IDI 

12 235 

10 863 

1 373 

IDI 

101 



255 831 

186 900 

160 115 

7 519 

18 906 

16 711 

29 972 

IDI 

IDI 

10) 

3 110 

ID) 

ID) 



178 175 

25 109 

25 111 

958 

69 138 

59 882 

59 550 

165 

167 

9 255 

1 791 

511 

IDI 

6 105 

10) 

53 659 

21 213 

1 111 

(0) 

ID) 

15 015 
101 
IDI 



105 370 

70 035 

58 585 

6 092 

3 053 

(0) 

ID) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



19 258 
3 112 
2 27v 

101 
1 717 

(D) 
7 010 

(01 



19 178 

55 

1 325 

12 020 
(01 
(01 



112 812 
101 519 

1 698 
(01 

2 108 

1 881 
(0) 

2 673 
2 213 

160 
(D) 
101 



29 121 

5 775 

5 223 

219 

331 

12 757 

5 012 

IDI 

IDI 

ID) 

999 

(01 

(01 



21 209 
3 929 

3 191 
135 

8 225 

6 569 

6 113 

13 

B3 

1 656 
372 
117 
(0) 
910 
101 

5 959 
3 115 

113 
ID) 
ID) 

2 730 
IDI 
IDI 



22 128 

11 099 

10 712 

1 221 

1 138 

101 

(01 



Stanilard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available 
Nonslore retailers, part of SIC raaior group 53, are stiown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-21 



TABLE? Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Region and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll. 
worltweel( 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5812 



59PT(591I 
591 ( 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

59« 

5912 

5943 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 ( 



597 
598 
5982 

5983 

59BU 

5992 
5993 
5994 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



THE SOUTH—CONTINUED 
FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS- EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIO. TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS- LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES lALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES. .... 

ANTIQUE STORES! SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY! GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL! ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES! STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS! NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA! PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT! NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY! GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR 1 APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 

CANDY. r^UT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

bakery products 

other food 

apparel. accessories 

household appliances. radios. television . . 

Furniture, other home furnishings 

books. stationery 

OTHER 



6 231 
2 512 
1 982 
629 
1 353 



79 038 
61 677 
44 029 

1 965 
13 924 

1 759 
17 361 



16 209 

14 612 

1 597 



66 046 

10 818 

8 583 

1 538 

7 045 

1 610 

713 

897 



020 
673 
347 
949 
821 
842 
971 
557 
577 
725 
585 
669 

752 
616 
345 
660 
014 
263 
289 
264 
912 
153 
381 
225 



20 785 
987 

22 

554 

57 

2 

8 

10 

42 

50 

232 



573 
30 
271 
684 
225 



529 
376 

1 435 
775 
560 
268 
795 
482 
437 

2 767 
586 

7 903 



5 213 

2 230 

1 418 

423 

995 



59 740 
48 683 
34 253 

1 905 
11 054 

1 461 
11 057 



15 017 

13 924 

1 093 



46 034 

8 386 

4 983 

408 

4 575 

1 206 

519 

587 



1 835 

1 517 
219 

3 225 

2 245 
666 

4 421 
4 985 
1 063 

271 

1 158 

2 483 



4 492 
436 
767 
555 

1 706 

3 053 
197 
156 
648 
95 
165 

1 800 



173 
803 

22 

550 

57 

2 

8 

8 

24 

20 

112 



247 
16 
177 
355 
455 



259 

145 

26 

12 

100 

10 

47 

128 

207 

185 

148 

841 



555 355 
203 627 
171 230 
31 108 
140 122 



835 521 
272 276 
286 766 
305 761 
539 018 
140 731 
563 345 



2 371 852 

2 291 674 

80 178 



5 416 539 

1 368 963 

281 005 

32 398 

248 607 

124 256 

(D) 

(Dl 

169 116 

ID) 

(D) 

854 186 

494 944 

10) 

459 851 

747 550 

100 498 

19 969 

256 207 

370 976 

227 252 

31 173 

55 597 

55 718 

89 295 

137 601 

18 173 

(0) 

55 635 

6 560 

8 915 

ID) 



647 503 
198 417 
151 760 
28 374 
133 386 



594 393 
120 456 
170 020 
305 183 
508 184 
137 069 
473 937 



2 344 754 

2 272 122 

72 632 



254 


863 




ID) 


113 


592 


211 


808 


8 


895 




(D) 


5 


488 




752 


3 


772 


1 


741 


25 


230 




ID) 


57 


218 


2 


395 


41 


245 


190 


784 




(D) 




101 


34 


800 


41 


319 


38 


239 


8 


771 


35 


545 




IDl 


14 


388 


13 


637 


38 


991 


43 


896 


58 


415 


149 


848 



081 925 

277 209 

245 785 

(01 

(D) 

118 176 

(D) 

(Dl 

150 594 

(Dl 

(0) 

830 526 

479 634 

(D) 

447 783 

723 958 

94 292 

ID) 

ID) 

(01 

202 850 
28 037 
44 959 
53 868 
75 204 

134 105 

16 919 

IDl 

52 847 

5 945 

6 427 
(D) 



093 321 
(Dl 



113 


592 


211 


544 


8 


895 




IDl 


5 


488 




744 




(D) 


1 


253 


23 


808 




101 


63 


355 


2 


215 


40 


058 


179 


990 




ID) 




(D) 


31 


340 


38 


805 


25 


527 




(Dl 


26 


087 




(D) 


4 


558 


10 


441 


35 


791 


23 


312 


65 


119 


99 


078 



90 055 
27 575 
24 893 
3 180 
21 713 



804 284 
734 853 
510 949 
91 382 
95 491 
36 041 
59 421 



337 371 

328 828 

8 543 



555 063 

77 683 

39 058 

(Dl 

(D) 

18 661 

(0 





(0) 


18 


785 




(D) 




(D) 


52 


452 


35 


126 




(D) 


70 


785 


112 


479 


12 


383 




(01 




(01 




(01 


35 


138 


2 


880 


5 


158 


8 


380 


10 


178 


27 


760 


3 


343 




(D) 


5 


892 




754 




922 




101 


190 


884 




(D) 


45 


628 


15 


841 


1 


202 




ID) 




260 




110 




ID) 




149 


2 


724 




(Dl 


8 


946 




355 


5 


552 


14 


114 




(01 




IDl 


6 


291 


11 


814 


6 


571 




ID) 


3 


960 




(D) 




665 


2 


292 


13 


013 


4 


805 


15 


551 


17 


384 



728 252 

541 645 

483 497 

52 357 

421 130 



15 742 800 

14 328 431 

9 847 511 

1 816 993 

1 944 704 

719 223 

1 414 369 



6 516 232 

6 346 386 
169 846 



10 708 830 

1 460 523 

756 924 

(0) 

(0) 

362 861 

(D) 

(D) 

357 602 

(0) 

(01 

998 383 

658 385 

(01 

1 327 880 

2 291 340 
250 142 

(Dl 
ID) 
(01 

681 399 

59 002 

98 759 

156 541 

204 125 

529 488 

54 751 

(0) 

135 204 

13 688 

19 244 

(D) 



3 931 188 
(0) 

1 042 U3 

352 875 

28 309 

(D) 

6 541 

2 115 
IDl 

3 581 
55 560 

(0) 

182 401 

6 578 

145 540 

279 614 

(01 

(0) 

115 128 

241 758 

127 548 

(0) 

87 991 
(Dl 

12 559 

45 185 
250 185 

99 U18 
292 802 
337 265 



22 570 
7 298 
5 456 
1 112 

5 354 



390 073 
357 147 
250 612 
38 773 
52 941 
14 821 
32 926 



113 276 

109 214 

4 062 



168 248 

24 236 

13 751 

(0) 

(01 

5 921 

ID) 

(0) 

5 326 

(D) 

513 

16 404 

9 933 

(0) 

20 482 

29 511 

4 368 

(0) 

ID) 

(01 

13 395 

1 184 



159 
153 
405 
759 
819 
IDl 
731 
230 
411 
(01 



52 289 
(0) 

13 979 

5 925 

485 

(Dl 

104 

28 

(0) 

61 

768 

(0) 

2 134 
104 

I 527 

3 232 
(01 

IDl 

1 332 

3 123 
1 533 

(0) 
831 
10) 
192 
541 
3 939 
1 251 

3 474 

4 642 



4 296 
2 356 
1 677 
583 
1 094 



77 109 
59 632 
43 837 

1 171 
13 265 

1 359 
17 477 



13 968 

12 366 

1 502 



50 884 

9 935 

8 378 

(01 

(01 

1 382 
(01 
(Dl 

2 931 
(Dl 
(D) 

3 673 

2 285 
(0) 

4 941 
4 805 
1 525 

(0) 
(01 
(Dl 

7 356 
529 

1 234 
411 

3 119 
3 152 

274 
(Dl 
787 
146 
388 
(Dl 



19 165 
(01 



30 

50 

IDl 

4 

7 

(01 

50 

225 

(0) 

508 
22 

212 

575 
(0) 

(Dl 

457 
309 

1 428 
(01 
656 
(01 
815 
471 
286 

2 686 
457 

7 699 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-22 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE? Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



52 
521 

522 

523 

524 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 

539 ( 
( 



5« 

51(1 

542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



56 

561 t 567 

561 

567 

562-3 t 568 
562 



563 1 568 
563 



Region and kind of business 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDINS MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRlr GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE- AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS . . . 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 
FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY' CURTAIN' UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . ■ 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



12 726 

2 857 
1 558 

519 

1 850 

323 

3 779 
1 840 



8 991 

704 

3 357 

3 623 

754 

553 



35 698 
25 908 

2 416 
345 
902 

1 023 
816 

3 121 

2 441 
630 
269 
898 



16 108 
4 791 

3 797 
548 
446 

4 037 
4 164 

505 
2 611 

536 

761 
1 083 

231 



17 840 

3 490 

2 897 

593 



461 
446 
236 

91 
119 
015 
252 
273 

32 
148 
310 

102 
706 
265 
552 
201 
688 
888 
193 



16 755 
9 812 
6 424 
1 421 
1 070 
352 
545 



10 276 

2 585 

1 210 

423 

1 380 
207 

2 903 
1 568 



7 551 

704 

2 999 

2 999 

572 

277 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



170 
350 
169 
416 
723 
590 
591 
121 
470 
127 
462 



767 
781 
542 
444 
549 
400 
505 
775 
370 
425 
859 
121 



15 030 

2 906 

2 621 

285 

6 401 

4 754 

4 586 

71 

97 

1 647 

166 

201 

30 

1 048 

202 



532 
296 
253 
545 
173 
324 
788 
107 



12 029 

6 742 

4 376 

1 155 

724 

168 

319 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



44 793 762 



439 319 

904 948 

295 598 

62 814 

181 102 

(01 
422 246 

(0) 



5 590 128 

3 966 332 

689 120 

852 356 

(D) 

(Dl 



10 130 878 

9 468 984 

236 124 

(0) 

56 109 

49 549 

(D) 

162 222 

132 174 

30 048 

20 389 

52 572 



8 631 528 

6 877 488 

5 870 056 

397 855 

609 567 

557 538 

556 726 

(Dl 

(Dl 

78 200 

83 725 

(Dl 

(Dl 



2 319 900 

495 700 

476 392 

19 308 

927 985 

762 317 

752 591 

5 055 

4 671 

165 668 

7 345 

(Dl 

2 717 

(Dl 

27 411 

395 404 

428 695 

24 119 

(Dl 

(Dl 

268 418 

(01 

(Dl 



2 244 893 

1 402 081 

1 061 059 

223 428 

54 734 

33 531 

29 329 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



43 298 645 



2 374 593 

896 356 

(Dl 

61 442 

(Dl 

(Dl 

396 938 

(Dl 



5 561 820 

3 966 332 

682 902 

836 014 

(Dl 

(01 



708 342 

130 588 

(Dl 

<DI 

45 255 

44 933 

(01 

153 024 

127 326 

25 698 

16 593 

(01 



8 531 179 

6 875 865 

5 858 515 

397 797 

609 553 

603 575 

537 450 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

75 705 

(01- 

(Dl 



3 347 971 



2 255 542 

483 922 

(01 

(Dl 

910 359 
749 599 
740 715 
4 723 
4 261 
160 660 



5 


428 




(Dl 


2 


679 




(Dl 


25 


787 


383 


548 


418 


927 


23 


853 




(Dl 




(01 


279 


736 




(01 




(Dl 


149 


511 


341 


697 


019 


957 


214 


714 




(01 




(01 


25 


247 



Payrall, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



5 449 898 



300 383 

108 993 

(Dl 

11 426 

(01 

(Dl 

51 715 

(Dl 



756 346 

544 883 

109 351 

92 514 

(01 

IDl 



870 074 

779 157 

(Dl 

(01 

4 875 

7 235 

(Dl 

40 675 

35 945 

4 730 

1 418 

(Dl 



883 153 

700 354 

590 707 

47 184 

62 473 

44 199 

90 951 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

8 304 

(Dl 

(01 



325 331 

73 986 

(01 

(Dl 

133 179 

110 795 

109 357 

870 

569 

22 383 

1 138 

(Dl 

369 

(Dl 

3 738 

51 499 

58 814 

3 058 

(01 

(01 

38 028 

(01 

(Dl 



307 317 

198 852 

144 174 

35 554 

(Dl 

(01 

4 310 



114 419 955 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
propne 
tors of 
unincor- 
prirated 
businesses 

(number) 



103 815 
165 451 

(01 
237 915 

(Dl 

(Dl 
076 675 

(Dl 



15 525 229 

11 276 934 

2 133 877 

1 910 554 

(01 

(01 



17 885 931 

15 912 254 

(Dl 

(01 

100 754 

159 413 

(01 

893 105 

790 090 

103 015 

30 341 

(Dl 



18 166 779 

14 324 390 

12 045 566 

975 554 

1 302 260 

955 415 

1 878 302 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

150 562 

(Dl 

(Dl 



6 573 940 

1 473 096k 

1 384 749 

88 349 



2 745 278 

2 258 545 

2 237 399 

18 488 

12 658 

477 733 

23 312 

(Dl 

7 586 

(Dl 

82 582 

1 024 455 

1 157 397 

58 938 

(Dl 

(01 

7J4 599 

(01 

(01 



435 959 

140 000 

953 484 

773 973 

(Dl 

(Dl 

99 280 



50 568 
20 052 

(01 
2 137 

(01 

(01 
13 199 

(01 



238 552 

163 143 

44 107 

27 885 

(Dl 

(Dl 



207 386 

178 718 

(Dl 

(01 

1 394 

3 039 

(01 

13 974 

12 439 

1 535 

419 

(01 



151 822 

114 007 

95 537 

7 788 

10 682 

9 657 

18 094 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

1 523 

(01 

(Dl 



94 282 

17 417 

16 368 

1 049 

42 984 
35 430 
34 905 



10 359 
1 645 
(Dl 
454 
(Dl 
<01 
3 866 
(Dl 



6 390 
30 

2 034 

3 030 
(Dl 
(01 



34 327 

24 431 

(01 

(Dl 

990 

798 

(Dl 

3 095 

2 589 

505 

292 

(01 





293 




232 


7 


554 




4S4 




(01 




107 




(01 




851 


15 


806 


14 


938 




705 




(01 




(Dl 


9 


780 




(Dl 




(01 


55 


270 


40 


856 


29 


048 


6 


643 




(01 




(01 


1 


270 



12 860 
2 578 

2 091 
270 
217 

4 092 

3 555 
(01 
(01 
(01 

721 
(01 
(Dl 



14 486 

3 017 
2 425 

592 

6 355 

4 571 
4 473 

97 
101 
1 684 
174 
(01 
12 
(Dl 
280 

1 838 

2 134 
110 
(01 
(01 

1 671 
(Dl 
(01 



15 058 

8 909 

5 673 

1 196 

(Dl 

(01 

576 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
"Nonstore retailers, part o( SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-23 



TABLE 7 Regions, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5812 



59PT(5<51I 
591 ( 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

591 

59142 

5913 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 ( 



597 

598 
5982 

5983 
598U 

5992 
5993 
5991* 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



Region and kind of business 



THE IIEST— CONTINUED 
FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES— CON 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RAOIOi TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES ■ 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORtb. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. SAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE . . . . 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. . . . 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 

DIRECT SELLING IHOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . . 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT . . . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL. ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION 

FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



3 HI 
2 109 
1 723 
502 
1 221 



57 4«6 
10 Otlt 
28 552 

1 029 
8 125 

2 038 
17 102 



816 
1B2 
361 



7 501 

1 811 

718 

1 093 

1 626 
706 
920 

2 938 

2 126 
512 

1 339 
920 
731 

3 561 

2 198 
152 
182 
637 
927 

2 729 
666 
791 
811 

2 373 

2 161 
230 
355 

1 019 
191 
629 

3 377 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



12 923 
775 

22 

356 

33 

6 
10 
11 
27 
37 
271 



335 
18 
157 
335 
795 



206 
83 
578 
257 
571 
253 
752 
323 
341 
090 
131 
585 



2 277 

1 813 

1 167 

312 

855 



17 215 

33 132 

23 732 

995 

7 267 

1 138 

11 HI 



7 101 

7 122 

282 



27 935 

5 271 

2 523 

125 

2 397 

1 210 

158 

782 

1 792 

1 198 

291 

1 059 
698 
611 

2 371 

1 581 
261 

70 
511 
839 

2 015 
378 
112 
698 

1 389 

2 239 
186 
159 
639 
115 
281 

1 109 



2 313 
582 

22 

350 

33 

6 

10 

7 

15 

11 

128 



81 
117 
195 



102 

15 

10 

3 

113 

1 

20 

29 

131 
98 

116 

572 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



105 019 
265 868 
170 895 
10 120 
130 175 



715 010 
900 391 
208 351 
132 890 
117 208 
111 939 
811 619 



1 733 070 

1 578 098 

51 972 



517 821 

059 610 

203 559 

(Dl 

(Dl 

118 173 

(01 
(0) 

205 830 

(D) 

(0) 

122 113 

(D) 

(01 

309 375 

267 717 

(Dl 

(Dl 

126 833 

111 510 

119 785 
36 810 
39 387 

106 818 

90 319 

109 355 

(0) 

(Dl 

57 070 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 



813 915 
286 373 

98 591 

129 918 

21 617 

1 191 

1 819 

2 901 
1 593 

1 310 
21 257 

(Dl 

52 758 

2 611 
21 202 
73 511 

(Dl 

(Dl 

21 291 

18 392 

7 887 

1 981 

37 318 
(Dl 

21 132 

5 111 

27 180 

31 808 

38 891 
122 526 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



387 119 
261 180 
159 185 
37 680 
121 505 



585 992 
799 819 
111 131 
132 171 
101 168 
122 013 
785 173 



718 552 

665 516 

53 116 



358 002 

015 152 

178 113 

(01 

(01 

111 711 

(01 

(01 

182 020 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
287 199 
258 129 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 

109 V35 

30 531 

32 051 

103 590 

77 919 

105 153 

(Dl 

(D) 

51 261 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 



587 031 
283 307 

98 591 
129 816 

21 617 
1 191 

1 819 

2 775 

1 527 
851 

19 103 

(Dl 

19 170 

2 211 

20 328 
58 550 

(Dl 

(01 

19 999 

17 252 

2 659 

(Dl 

22 661 
(Dl 

5 750 
2 171 

21 988 
12 118 
36 018 
91 836 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



53 826 
33 971 

20 555 

3 280 

17 375 



928 036 

765 983 

612 137 

39 826 

83 837 

29 883 

152 053 



218 719 

212 257 

6 192 



385 810 

53 101 

32 558 

(Dl 

(01 

22 071 

(01 

(01 

22 552 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
15 072 
12 119 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

20 806 

3 271 

1 111 

11 131 

10 520 

19 903 

(01 

(Dl 

5 867 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 



115 211 
12 852 

25 321 

10 071 

3 577 

152 

180 

195 

116 

96 

2 797 

(Dl 

8 220 
110 

3 793 
6 529 

(01 

(01 



1 500 

3 789 

115 

(Dl 

1 250 

(01 

1 290 
366 

7 957 

2 925 

8 753 
15 523 



127 065 
726 991 
112 913 
72 680 
370 233 



20 197 317 

16 859 319 

13 187 589 

822 875 

1 908 281 

610 173 

3 637 998 



5 201 819 

5 066 262 

135 587 



8 085 276 

1 311 615 

685 055 

(Dl 

(Dl 

188 550 

(Dl 

101 

182 932 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
919 582 
913 185 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

133 139 

68 268 

93 061 

285 091 

237 538 

399 615 

(Dl 

(01 

133 923 

(Dl 

(D) 

(Dl 



2 501 153 
972 583 

525 508 

217 683 

113 117 

3 166 

9 852 

1 199 
3 765 

2 185 
62 807 

(Dl 

155 111 

8 801 

79 035 

138 175 

(01 

101 

92 100 

101 398 

8 305 

(Dl 

88 732 

(Dl 

27 719 

8 Oil 

177 276 

75 589 

163 223 

323 781 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



11 



912 
132 

5 070 
931 

1 139 



362 250 
305 261 
237 557 
13 911 
11 935 
11 818 
56 986 



63 103 

61 365 

1 737 



101 512 

18 531 

9 188 

(Dl 

(Dl 

5 581 

(Dl 

(01 

5 213 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
10 153 
8 509 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

5 530 
1 092 
1 627 
3 069 
1 286 

1 115 
(Dl 
(Dl 

2 385 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 



30 798 
11 052 



102 

326 

503 

36 

117 

51 

63 

39 

825 

(01 



1 131 
85 

762 
1 257 

(Dl 

(Dl 

825 

1 059 

93 
(Dl 
731 
(Dl 
187 
101 

2 012 
750 

1 802 
1 126 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



2 516 
2 032 
1 571 
191 
1 077 



50 386 

11 021 

29 675 

730 

8 687 

1 932 

19 352 



6 687 

5 316 

371 



10 091 

7 559 

1 515 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 521 
(01 
(Dl 

2 975 

(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 

3 100 
1 110 

(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 



3 005 
673 
812 
661 

2 551 

2 353 
(01 
(Dl 

1 037 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 



12 058 

313 



13 

19 

3 

1 

11 

23 

35 

231 

(01 

321 
13 

119 
309 

(Dl 

(01 

166 
77 
571 
(Dl 
571 
(01 
756 
327, 
262 

2 073 
335 

1 136 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availalile. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-24 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



NEW ENGLAND 



52 
521 

522 

523 

52t 

5251 

5252 



53 PAF!T* 

531 

533 

539 ( 
( 
( 



54 

511 

51(2 

513 

5W 

5«5 

5«6 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



55PT(5541 


56 




561 1 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3.568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



555 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDHARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBEF! YARDS 

BUIi-DING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASS. *ALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS" APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN. S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES . 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 



4 631 
850 
585 
231 
821 
68 

1 578 
398 



3 332 

300 

1 283 

1 116 

351 

282 



18 760 
13 687 
976 
458 
592 
557 



444 
565 
270 
295 
236 
145 



5 407 

2 248 

1 777 

218 

253 

1 412 

968 

146 

533 

91 

357 

154 

31 



7 449 

1 571 

1 354 

217 



2 843 

1 663 

1 558 

63 

42 

1 180 

333 

205 

31 

428 

183 



591 
794 

447 
151 
639 
48 
218 
294 



2 952 
300 

1 253 
988 
255 
156 



11 512 

8 241 

592 

238 

302 

409 

314 

1 297 

1 124 

173 

76 

43 



4 243 

2 234 

1 771 

212 

251 

666 

786 

145 

411 

47 

235 

110 

19 



5 953 
1 251 

1 175 

75 

2 435 
1 483 
1 405 

49 
28 
952 
245 
151 
25 
392 
139 



1 009 




599 


1 641 


1 


363 


129 




119 


282 




276 


38 




35 


1 192 




932 


338 




288 


47 




17 


5 575 


4 


182 


3 250 


2 


326 


2 024 


1 


454 


500 




450 


338 




252 


123 




59 


175 




111 



15 087 951 



728 851 

318 724 

103 310 

24 477 

58 105 

9 015 

159 812 

55 407 



1 753 892 

1 206 546 

293 115 

232 625 

22 359 

9 246 



835 522 

504 250 
108 281 
24 824 
33 796 
22 757 
40 345 
86 033 
73 589 
12 344 
10 942 
4 294 



2 501 599 

2 153 314 

1 780 985 

115 995 

256 334 

143 494 

113 222 

21 225 

70 343 

5 030 

37 581 

(0) 

(D) 



708 875 
317 535 

99 840 

23 499 

54 723 

8 532 

151 498 
53 247 



1 755 802 

1 205 545 

292 348 

228 991 

21 005 

7 912 



938 


056 


202 


314 


195 


842 


5 


472 


410 


993 


285 


759 


280 


982 


3 


558 


1 


219 


125 


234 


10 


457 


9 


296 


1 


444 


89 


473 


14 


554 


151 


593 


142 


029 


12 


438 


31 


788 


2 


948 


94 


855 


29 


513 


1 


514 


526 


045 


379 


544 


285 


745 


50 


391 


19 


458 


5 


218 


7 


732 



595 908 

309 466 

92 629 

20 305 

24 520 

19 879 

37 157 

81 253 

71 431 

9 822 

7 804 

2 894 



2 468 241 

2 152 595 

1 780 331 

115 957 

255 308 

120 570 

109 455 

21 225 

54 293 

3 835 

34 553 

(Dl 

(Dl 



910 152 

195 242 

191 838 

4 404 

404 799 

282 409 

278 025 

3 270 

1 113 

122 390 

9 731 

8 755 

1 388 

88 937 

13 568 



143 


787 


135 


409 


11 


820 


31 


640 


2 


878 


89 


071 


28 


715 


1 


210 


599 


362 


351 


832 


273 


815 


57 


475 


18 


502 


5 


266 


6 


574 



99 443 

43 603 

14 015 

3 984 

8 824 

1 188 

21 549 

6 280 



246 294 

164 800 

49 456 

28 073 

2 989 

976 



293 130 

250 509 

8 615 

2 018 

2 054 

2 871 

4 029 

22 029 

20 153 

1 876 

655 

350 



241 045 

205 170 

156 283 

13 949 

24 938 

9 676 

16 915 

2 555 

6 728 

457 

4 004 

ID) 

(Dl 



34 440 578 



635 286 
782 340 
252 376 

76 143 
177 946 

21 865 
402 242 
112 374 



4 924 799 

3 375 808 

915 927 

549 555 

62 001 

20 498 



620 090 

952 209 

174 835 

40 309 

39 619 

54 984 

80 534 

444 586 

405 629 

38 057 

14 229 

8 385 



37 


429 


31 


499 


30 


523 




876 


63 


189 


45 


656 


44 


B81 




593 




182 


17 


533 


1 


780 


1 


508 




190 


11 


438 


2 


617 


19 


120 


19 


650 


1 


636 


5 


033 




405 


12 


585 


3 


618 




143 


94 


953 


62 


918 


46 


985 


10 


488 


3 


246 




628 


1 


369 



436 296 

754 280 

051 556 

258 257 

444 445 

165 034 

325 245 

48 380 

115 357 

6 304 

56 353 

(0) 

(Dl 



1 451 015 



2 599 694 

558 260 

549 533 

18 727 

1 215 392 

872 360 

656 490 

10 691 

3 179 

343 032 

31 990 

28 655 
3 534 

223 688 
54 964 

369 651 
365 705 

29 523 
95 588 

7 392 

234 202 

76 992 

2 684 



1 827 453 

1 190 642 

870 474 

210 629 

64 205 

17 023 

28 311 



21 592 

8 706 
2 820 

631 
1 970 

218 
5 673 
1 372 



66 342 

57 074 

20 741 

8 980 

1 107 

440 



91 958 

76 661 

2 462 

759 

754 

1 334 

1 341 

8 270 

7 493 

777 

239 

128 



45 359 

37 401 

30 477 

2 491 



433 



2 
3 


133 
755 




695 


1 


364 




113 




773 




(Dl 




(01 


24 


525 


41 


614 


7 


486 


7 


248 




238 


21 


360 


15 


428 


15 


145 




214 




68 


5 


932 




667 




515 




61 


4 


037 




631 


6 


211 


5 


245 




337 


1 


288 




95 


3 


524 


1 


467 




45 


21 


577 


13 


775 


9 


930 


2 


143 


1 


013 




296 




393 



2 670 
274 
432 
177 
463 
47 
995 
282 



646 
851 
268 
253 



16 208 

11 655 

925 

448 

723 

386 

236 

1 274 

1 069 

205 

220 

141 



040 
616 
486 

75 

55 
240 
631 

95 
458 

70 
266 
(Dl 
(01 



4 788 

1 021 

815 

206 

1 827 

1 OSS 

969 

59 

30 
759 
192 
149 

15 
300 
113 

755 
860 
39 
88 
26 
727 
253 
S2 



3 658 
2 179 
1 258 

414 
260 
100 
147 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Norstore tetailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this tatile. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-25 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5S12 



59PT(59l) 
591 ( 



59 EX. 591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

594 

5942 

5943 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 

5969 ( 
( 

597 

598 

5982 I 
( 

5983 

5984 

5992 
5993 
5994 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



Division and kind of business 



NE* ENGUANO—CONTINUED 



FURNITUREt HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIO. TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATING, DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. • . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEKS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN~ 

OEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING 1 HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL. ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION . . 

FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



143 
747 
426 
161 
265 



18 972 

13 876 

8 770 

499 

3 809 

798 

5 096 



3 841 

3 563 

278 



19 541 

3 680 
1 801 

860 
941 
770 
261 
509 

882 
740 
142 
503 
64 
233 
1 240 

4 240 
254 

87 

3 555 

344 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



286 

397 

504 

262 

205 

873 

64 

77 

238 

76 

130 

016 



927 
287 

45 

77 

10 

1 

3 

14 

11 

13 

113 

544 

93 

17 

86 

153 

195 



233 

75 
103 
283 
375 
286 
388 
282 
147 
811 
134 
979 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



921 
547 
288 
133 
155 



15 892 

11 152 

7 440 

477 

2 629 

616 

4 730 



3 701 

3 451 

250 



12 307 
2 682 
531 
124 
507 
500 
185 
415 

454 

404 

50 

433 

46 

155 

890 

2 752 

198 

21 

2 311 

222 

778 

261 

348 

218 

529 

607 

54 

57 

146 

52 

52 

452 



1 245 
213 

45 

77 

10 

1 

3 
6 
7 
5 
59 



119 

15 

9 

11 

147 
6 
24 
28 
83 
31 
28 

213 



153 116 

55 333 

28 053 

9 060 

18 973 



108 433 
874 231 
623 705 

46 516 
148 882 

55 128 
234 202 



486 055 

463 579 

22 475 



777 826 

449 026 

45 250 

ID] 

(D) 

53 095 

22 930 

40 165 

42 745 

38 838 

3 907 

158 324 

10 693 

12 995 

103 491 

523 420 

(D) 

(0) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



549 

34 


958 
194 


50 


188 


23 


524 


38 


459 


25 


853 


30 


311 


30 


127 


3 


987 


5 


462 


17 


368 




(0) 


3 


410 




(Dl 


408 


974 


103 


290 


50 


535 


22 


552 


1 


993 




(D> 




683 




ID] 


2 


385 


2 


211 


19 


703 


105 


604 


16 


811 




963 


29 


387 


41 


091 


17 


352 


200 


080 


14 


199 


2 


820 


5 


264 


4 


470 


73 


873 


7 


279 


9 


128 


5 


748 


17 


545 


9 


485 


10 


388 


39 


881 



148 678 

63 183 

25 689 

8 552 

17 127 



063 851 
835 493 
603 585 

46 234 
133 424 

52 150 
228 358 



480 507 

458 929 

21 578 



1 617 920 
401 126 

32 216 
(D) 
(D) 

59 695 
21 970 
37 725 

36 013 

33 220 

2 793 
155 156 

10 439 

11 693 
97 999 

583 755 
ID) 
(D) 

514 088 
32 255 

42 906 
19 485 

34 519 

24 431 
23 949 

25 943 

3 829 
(D) 

16 172 

ID) 

2 472 

ID) 



357 924 
102 150 

50 535 
22 562 

1 993 
ID) 
683 
ID) 

2 279 
2 065 

19 031 

99 084 

15 915 

821 

29 117 

37 659 

15 572 

156 690 

12 713 

2 002 

4 326 

504 

56 299 

ID) 

4 230 

2 906 

16 771 
2 079 
9 672 

ID) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«, 15 

(dollars) 



19 332 

8 845 

3 857 

1 101 

2 756 



260 032 
212 845 
156 812 
14 266 
27 331 
14 436 
47 187 



71 856 

69 343 

2 513 



195 040 
31 907 

5 571 
ID) 
ID) 

9 574 

3 229 

6 345 

4 565 

4 195 
359 

9 701 

922 

1 939 

16 344 

80 292 

ID) 

ID) 

59 320 

5 920 

B 557 

1 709 
3 976 
3 098 

3 508 

4 930 
944 
ID) 

2 030 

ID) 
279 
ID) 



62 889 
17 755 

10 324 

2 207 
457 
ID) 
161 
(0) 
545 
360 

3 515 

13 797 



336 

150 
542 
075 
594 



31 327 

2 700 
685 
428 
42 
12 125 
ID) 
577 
544 

5 877 
400 

2 129 
ID) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



398 047 

159 533 

58 941 

19 057 

49 864 



177 423 
227 993 
125 571 
289 705 
542 899 
258 818 
949 430 



1 389 490 

1 334 076 

55 414 



703 644 

587 528 

110 146 

ID) 

ID) 

185 057 

54 148 

120 919 

89 261 

81 872 

7 389 

176 443 

16 862 

35 375 

304 199 

521 707 

ID) 

(0) 

316 134 

116 411 

158 887 
34 122 
78 566 
58 507 
73 568 
87 143 
18 859 

ID) 
46 184 

ID) 
5 546 

ID) 



273 278 
391 123 

224 059 

47 024 

8 752 

ID) 

2 412 

ID) 

10 004 

10 494 

78 831 

263 830 

46 552 

2 696 

145 421 

59 350 

29 801 

598 325 

50 784 

12 140 

8 529 

918 

242 938 

ID) 

10 130 

10 243 

112 568 

7 812 

35 441 

10) 



4 714 

2 157 

931 

302 

529 



110 142 

92 443 

57 542 

5 343 

13 704 

5 854 

17 599 



23 390 

22 276 

1 114 



49 996 

8 500 

1 755 

ID) 

ID) 

3 163 

1 133 

2 050 

1 292 

1 177 
115 

2 181 
213 
472 

4 305 
16 226 

ID) 

ID) 

13 852 

1 226 



639 
655 
055 
783 
602 
181 
313 
ID) 
647 
ID) 
123 
ID) 



IS 201 
5 695 

3 189 

839 

164 

ID) 

26 

ID) 

141 

55 

1 163 

3 165 

515 
46 

1 601 
590 
412 

5 341 

550 

140 

104 

19 

2 066 
ID) 
109 
129 

1 229 

89 

376 

ID' 



596 
580 
303 
95 
208 



13 908 

11 435 

7 116 

245 

3 478 

593 

2 473 



2 294 

2 086 

206 



14 973 

2 025 

1 696 
10) 
ID) 
586 
195 
391 

786 
651 
135 
227 
38 
179 
838 

3 128 
ID) 
ID) 

2 544 
220 

1 229 
327 

408 
156 
1 157 
815 
40 
ID) 
191 
ID) 
134 
ID) 



4 261 
129 



3 

10 
ID) 



9 

89 



57 

13 

30 

118 

137 



170 

69 

98 

262 

328 

ID) 

382 

271 

71 

803 

106 

10) 



Stanilard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availal)le. (X) Not applicaDle. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



1-26 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and l(ind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



52 

521 ( 
< 
522 

523 

524 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 ( 

( 
( 



54 
541 

542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



56 

561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-3 1 566 
562 



563 1 558 
563 ( 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING PLUMBING EOUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASS. HALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . , 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . 
FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 



14 102 
2 365 

1 905 
753 

2 354 
329 

5 074 
1 322 



9 134 
592 
3 443 
3 292 
1 223 
584 



71 452 

42 863 

8 127 

1 257 

3 115 
7 433 
1 642 
5 333 

4 015 
1 318 

973 
709 



13 764 

5 488 

4 534 

428 

526 

3 412 

2 985 

364 

1 515 

218 

722 

455 

120 



30 131 
6 2B6 

5 304 
982 

12 646 

6 949 
6 661 

206 

82 

5 697 

1 054 
937 
380 

2 353 
973 



3 182 
6 065 

765 
1 124 

278 
3 898 
1 675 

277 



18 256 

U 469 

6 549 

2 106 

1 240 

495 

979 



10 490 

2 229 
1 317 

525 

1 754 

203 

3 412 
1 050 



7 120 

592 

2 927 

2 496 

835 

270 



39 636 

23 441 

5 111 

705 

1 365 

2 807 
1 016 
4 447 

3 599 
848 
459 
285 



10 652 

5 460 

4 518 

420 

522 

1 574 

2 339 
350 
919 

84 
422 
341 

72 



22 787 

4 938 

4 480 

458 



1 436 
5 111 

739 
1 112 

256 

3 004 

1 391 

55 



13 048 

8 129 

4 733 

1 634 

952 

311 

489 



45 947 929 



905 394 
763 943 
259 025 

74 725 
187 139 

39 150 
371 810 
200 502 



975 672 
325 430 
934 302 
611 718 
85 023 
19 199 



11 728 850 

9 948 855 

713 325 

65 704 

151 287 

252 485 

142 536 

373 594 

284 517 

89 077 

48 889 

31 084 



200 752 

224 434 

386 070 

247 608 

590 756 

355 213 

365 977 

53 712 

181 425 

14 531 

70 388 

83 477 

13 030 



3 532 541 

818 412 

784 134 

34 278 

1 597 547 

1 185 233 

1 172 375 

9 560 

3 297 

412 314 

32 378 

50 670 

19 430 

234 407 

65 429 

362 525 
505 465 

80 054 
165 295 

19 883 
339 232 
135 974 

12 518 



2 213 915 

1 436 015 

1 003 403 

254 347 

79 157 

50 185 

48 923 



44 353 012 



824 548 
759 497 
257 151 

71 085 
173 705 

35 452 
332 542 
194 116 



935 334 
325 430 
923 902 
592 500 
78 135 
15 267 



10 723 298 

9 271 019 

601 969 

53 858 

110 469 

142 794 

126 076 

354 168 

275 529 

78 539 

37 543 

25 302 



112 784 

222 782 

385 450 

247 056 

590 275 

309 975 

352 465 

53 588 

153 974 

11 959 

62 932 

78 195 

10 878 



2 334 


310 


3 383 


412 


786 


882 


757 


488 


29 


394 


I 547 


902 


1 151 


184 


1 149 


055 


9 


188 


2 


931 


386 


718 


28 


802 


57 


516 


15 


406 


226 


533 


57 


451 


328 


215 


582 


219 


79 


256 


155 


984 


19 


249 


317 


730 


130 


152 


8 


042 


2 108 


491 


1 371 


075 


963 


859 


243 


783 


75 


355 


48 


218 


39 


851 



5 544 502 



243 552 
97 579 
36 858 
12 322 
25 392 
4 431 
45 465 
20 405 



872 872 

640 065 

150 524 

59 822 

10 499 

1 952 



928 813 

727 512 

55 541 

5 102 

10 248 
17 819 
16 414 
88 114 
75 552 

11 552 

3 580 

4 283 



527 719 

529 233 

449 273 

29 143 

50 817 

23 474 

53 246 

7 203 

14 553 

1 455 

5 778 

5 231 

1 088 



500 013 
121 823 
114 396 

7 427 



234 


206 


180 


952 


178 


829 


1 


712 




411 


53 


254 


4 


893 


7 


853 


2 


131 


28 


692 


9 


685 


43 


183 


84 


280 


11 


022 


25 


819 


2 


938 


44 


501 


15 


262 


1 


259 


309 


613 


217 


200 


149 


297 


40 


375 


13 


403 


7 


001 


7 


123 



ill 972 755 



750 228 
872 325 
747 577 
243 212 
506 001 
84 839 
902 401 
393 872 



18 210 891 

13 657 533 

2 800 905 

1 478 683 

218 745 

45 025 



18 443 757 

14 299 963 

1 125 290 

102 657 

212 954 

361 847 

332 673 

1 858 166 

1 625 465 

232 701 

70 881 

79 326 



12 039 823 

10 063 675 

8 528 858 

558 528 

966 289 

479 932 

1 077 165 

142 397 

276 554 

33 118 

120 210 

98 594 

24 632 



4 369 786 



9 915 846 
2 409 456 

2 



250 


564 


158 


892 


683 


156 


554 


514 


521 


810 


35 


145 


7 


559 


118 


652 


105 


296 


152 


358 


42 


667 


595 


484 


221 


847 


883 


821 


500 


145 


200 


489 


501 


035 


57 


771 


840 


850 


311 


978 


27 


280 


108 


539 


290 


811 


901 


973 


825 


298 


279 


001 


135 


015 


148 


523 



53 573 
19 168 



7 872 
2 569 
5 825 
957 
12 228 
4 954 



303 853 

213 701 

64 004 

22 110 

3 168 

870 



262 933 

197 276 

14 500 

1 722 

3 559 
8 427 
5 379 

29 633 
25 458 

4 175 
1 258 
1 159 



117 305 

94 607 

80 254 

5 230 

9 123 

5 442 

11 876 

2 134 

3 246 
405 

1 389 

1 158 

294 



149 295 

29 071 

27 223 

1 848 



10 815 
1 157 
1 346 

613 
1 583 

244 
4 652 
1 220 



5 250 
31 

1 848 

2 683 
1 084 

604 



67 334 

39 990 

8 583 

1 351 

3 344 



504 
327 
609 
694 
915 
935 
691 



9 498 
2 576 

2 180 
191 
205 

3 265 
2 179 

228 
1 250 
195 
612 
351 
92 



22 399 

4 682 

3 747 

935 



77 461 


9 


780 


59 340 


5 


348 


58 595 


5 


089 


593 




203 


152 




56 


18 121 


4 


432 


2 084 




786 


2 566 




704 


706 




295 


10 360 


1 


803 


2 305 




844 


14 505 


2 


922 


21 913 


3 


209 


2 232 




147 


6 170 




372 


680 




151 


12 831 


2 


529 


5 975 


1 


512 


369 




294 


68 054 


13 


840 


45 843 


8 


522 


31 445 


4 


735 


7 906 


1 


527 


3 693 


1 


051 


1 927 




401 


1 872 




907 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Williheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maiot group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-27 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5812 



59PT(591) 
591 ( 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

594 

59«2 

59t3 

595 
5952 

5953 
5962 
5969 ( 



597 
598 
5982 

5983 

5984 

5992 
5993 
599U 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



Division and kind of business 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC — CONTINUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIO. TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. ■ . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . ■ 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN~ 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS. STATIONERY . . 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING 1 HOUSE-TO-HOUSE ) ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL. ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION . . 

FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



3 51it 

1 771 

1 502 

589 

913 



73 119 
15 086 
30 015 

1 1(32 
11 172 

2 137 
28 033 



11 072 

10 383 

689 



50 432 
7 736 
t 297 

1 497 

2 800 
2 982 

757 
2 225 



322 

013 
309 
513 
359 
670 
117 
077 
361 
398 
763 
555 



4 064 

1 959 

2 458 
732 

3 193 

2 499 
204 
295 
982 
274 
589 

3 UO 



105 
987 

21 

254 

38 

9 

23 

26 

57 

120 

439 



252 
50 
259 
495 
677 



509 
382 
285 
042 
554 
752 
690 
903 
369 
958 
420 
521 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



2 544 

1 493 

882 

355 

527 



57 847 

34 375 

24 043 

1 398 

7 098 

1 837 

23 471 



10 110 

9 517 

593 



31 785 

5 434 

1 833 

279 

1 554 

2 006 
487 

1 519 

1 218 

1 069 

149 

1 327 
289 
470 

2 503 
4 155 

891 

68 

2 757 

439 

2 508 

1 097 

1 128 

598 

1 545 

1 829 

168 

207 

606 

136 

213 

1 516 



4 145 
535 

21 

240 

38 

9 

23 

14 

21 

52 

217 

931 

114 
34 
185 
279 
319 



273 
68 
33 

24 
604 

32 
144 

91 
201 
144 
116 
849 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



468 368 
182 824 
126 707 
41 556 
85 151 



4 448 724 

3 253 633 

2 358 196 

201 802 

45S 177 

235 458 

1 195 091 



1 382 859 

1 322 288 

50 581 



4 562 941 

1 151 084 

163 374 

42 932 

120 442 

231 350 

67 525 

163 825 

147 089 

136 864 

10 225 

425 578 

93 223 

53 881 

285 127 

1 080 041 

139 513 

5 308 

862 597 

72 523 

167 877 

124 808 

no 905 

88 135 

107 086 

111 523 

15 732 

25 348 

76 316 

12 889 

17 406 

174 169 



1 297 961 
343 711 

109 674 
88 156 

14 255 
(D) 

15 525 
IDI 

12 124 
25 737 
55 253 

330 882 

55 850 
12 552 
49 884 
157 306 
55 278 

623 368 

39 510 
24 671 

16 448 
15 567 

141 386 
30 218 
36 482 
47 373 
41 059 
32 501 
55 653 

142 490 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



445 810 

177 622 

U3 983 

37 278 

76 705 



191 504 
082 387 
256 556 
201 112 
393 323 
231 386 
109 117 



1 352 391 

1 294 012 

58 379 



4 271 095 

1 082 202 

133 446 

28 452 

104 984 

204 234 

62 459 

141 775 

127 505 

119 756 

7 749 

419 745 

91 823 

51 471 

255 775 

1 031 313 

132 319 

2 352 

825 985 

70 557 

143 119 
98 808 

83 295 

84 815 

85 324 
100 791 

15 246 
23 274 
69 650 

11 161 

12 492 

144 505 



115 745 
338 927 

109 574 
87 870 

14 265 
(Dl 

15 525 
(D) 

11 576 
24 681 
62 557 

312 052 

53 874 

12 195 
48 948 

148 180 
48 854 

464 756 

36 606 

20 285 

12 644 

1 135 

107 750 

(Dl 
12 255 
39 041 
38 955 
14 079 
52 809 

(01 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



•nSI™!!"^?- -Represents zero. (D) Witliheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
Nonsloieretailets, pari of SIC major jraup 53, are shown separately in this table. 



53 112 
22 523 
16 678 
4 525 
12 153 



983 834 

787 205 

584 848 

53 062 

74 100 

65 195 

196 628 



184 195 

178 388 

5 807 



512 550 
80 801 
23 232 

4 470 
18 752 

29 955 
8 584 

21 271 

16 655 

15 752 

903 

30 588 
7 356 

7 488 
42 265 

141 403 

15 957 

591 

109 679 
15 175 

28 624 

8 814 
8 560 

10 245 

11 789 
23 687 

3 218 
3 537 
8 654 
1 534 
1 840 
22 285 



172 350 
40 274 

15 155 

7 075 
1 922 

(D) 

1 713 

(Dl 

1 130 

2 979 

8 695 

37 552 

8 567 
2 015 

9 000 
12 255 

5 714 

94 524 

7 382 
4 713 
2 055 

122 

19 557 

(Dl 

1 703 

8 809 
12 664 

2 626 
11 915 

(Dl 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



037 330 
450 551 
329 837 
93 702 
235 135 



20 423 015 

16 357 593 

12 145 480 

1 281 204 

1 541 892 

1 389 017 

4 065 422 



3 531 834 

3 513 849 

117 985 



10 058 155 
1 548 330 
459 818 
80 166 
379 652 
591 629 
175 584 
415 945 

324 197 
305 116 
19 081 
581 491 
154 517 
131 993 
821 213 

2 791 356 

322 979 

12 850 

2 157 224 
298 303 

547 166 

175 570 

174 230 

204 962 

255 549 

454 785 

62 532 

55 087 

190 647 

31 582 

42 286 

448 996 



4 020 891 
1 260 112 

732 936 

142 233 

43 964 

(Dl 

37 568 

(D) 

23 665 

55 020 

187 811 

751 876 

169 403 

37 510 

190 549 

234 213 

120 201 



142 571 

91 990 

41 584 

2 580 

380 558 

(01 

34 787 

353 845 

243 772 

50 517 

215 030 

(01 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unmoor 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 


(number) 


(number) 


12 254 


2 546 


5 091 


1 424 


3 865 


1 248 


1 197 


464 


2 669 


784 


400 004 


66 430 


325 212 


40 378 


243 183 


27 145 


23 156 


505 


35 029 


U 285 


24 844 


1 441 


73 792 


26 052 


55 679 


8 920 


53 376 


8 346 


2 303 


574 


125 300 


43 882 


19 627 


6 320 


6 505 


3 957 


854 


1 527 


5 652 


2 430 


8 764 


2 483 


2 672 


582 


6 092 


1 901 


4 292 


2 185 


4 002 


1 876 


290 


309 


7 171 


1 082 


1 927 


210 


1 755 


592 


10 364 


3 483 


25 757 


4 751 


4 126 


1 255 


156 


395 


19 427 


2 768 


3 038 


333 


8 292 


4 115 


2 953 


1 829 


3 452 


2 255 



8 292 


4 115 


2 953 


1 829 


3 452 


2 255 


2 403 


491 


4 754 


3 044 


4 920 


2 245 


712 


155 


656 


213 


3 180 


831 


537 


259 


684 


545 


5 394 


2 827 


47 319 


14 531 


17 123 


510 


9 825 


_ 


2 429 


45 


520 


25 


(Dl 


(Dl 


552 


11 


(Dl 


(Dl 


280 


49 


600 


95 


2 392 


359 


8 122 


1 334 


1 762 


212 


348 


29 


2 184 


151 


2 381 


404 


1 447 


536 


22 074 


12 687 


1 351 


373 


949 


365 


420 


273 


56 


1 051 


3 573 


1 457 


(Dl 


(Dl 


452 


1 718 


2 942 


685 


2 937 


205 


507 


1 929 


2 270 


315 


(01 


(Dl 



1-28 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 



■Continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 



52 
521 

522 

523 

524 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



51) 

541 

542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



56 

5611567 

561 

567 

562-3 I 568 
562 



563 1 568 
S63 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINTi GLASS. *ALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES" INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S" BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 
FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY' CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES ■ . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



21 924 
3 939 



058 
594 
628 
280 
262 
063 



9 842 
1 046 
4 293 
3 563 
572 
368 



55 852 

41 044 

2 649 

364 



18 566 

6 984 

6 201 

312 

471 

4 949 

3 577 

671 

2 385 

344 

990 

728 

323 



20 406 
4 259 

3 619 
640 

7 460 

4 662 

4 429 
171 

62 

2 798 

715 

243 

151 

1 201 
488 

2 549 

5 056 
385 
563 
143 

3 955 
931 
151 



17 702 
9 556 
6 234 
1 574 
1 018 
301 
429 



15 936 
3 779 
1 572 
940 
I 954 
138 
5 300 
3 243 



8 414 

1 046 
3 795 

2 945 
438 
190 



35 847 

25 557 

1 921 

200 

515 

1 641 

1 452 
3 908 

2 907 
1 001 

238 
215 



14 091 

6 920 

5 141 

310 

469 

2 362 

2 861 

671 

1 277 

168 

558 

452 

79 



17 186 
3 583 

3 297 
286 

6 502 

4 190 
4 005 

133 
52 

2 312 
559 
177 
133 

1 095 
348 

1 827 

4 450 

373 

563 

129 

3 385 
777 

47 



12 940 

6 804 

4 556 

1 252 

512 

139 

245 



50 611 215 



123 512 
155 019 
296 829 

99 706 
163 445 

14 490 
512 440 
781 682 



449 767 
731 558 
872 115 
795 365 
40 423 
10 205 



11 505 235 

10 574 724 

278 541 

17 724 

55 372 

87 316 

152 213 

254 453 

177 959 

85 494 

27 024 

27 868 



723 254 
382 564 
421 702 
202 593 
758 259 
531 121 
447 083 

97 933 
254 553 

27 898 

87 667 
129 507 

19 481 



3 724 853 



2 559 388 

563 954 

537 220 

26 734 

999 013 

753 319 

751 445 

9 644 

2 229 

235 594 

21 898 

(01 

(Dl 

140 283 

51 871 

451 354 

481 242 

31 359 

92 905 

9 545 

347 433 

58 280 

5 535 



086 350 

235 877 

963 541 

185 845 

50 454 

15 479 

20 448 



48 548 018 



009 720 
150 507 
285 593 

86 540 
149 222 

11 758 
564 218 
761 682 



423 231 
731 658 
863 306 
781 715 
38 117 
8 435 



10 988 774 

10 160 383 

250 621 

14 912 

50 728 

67 628 

149 245 

255 493 

173 941 

81 552 

19 424 

20 340 



9 581 472 

8 378 182 

7 417 496 

202 465 

758 221 

440 951 

431 523 

97 933 

232 773 

23 915 

78 851 

115 833 

14 173 



2 497 972 

551 530 

528 772 

22 758 

983 975 

755 833 

744 546 

9 122 

2 055 

228 142 

20 508 

(Dl 

(D) 

138 419 

48 855 

436 484 

467 566 

31 055 

92 905 

9 193 

334 413 

(Dl 

(Dl 



995 803 

186 418 

929 526 

178 823 

45 258 

14 111 

17 690 



5 534 945 



371 430 
149 851 
41 077 
17 394 
24 283 
2 271 
71 688 
64 856 



895 439 

657 344 

138 100 

93 733 

5 221 

1 041 



867 095 

745 059 

24 578 

1 459 

4 343 

9 623 

15 556 

60 610 

47 899 

12 711 

1 689 

4 178 



837 444 

705 825 

615 562 

25 122 

55 141 

30 953 

58 614 

11 775 

20 277 

2 920 

8 425 

7 595 

1 337 



360 236 

83 650 

78 350 

5 300 

142 051 

110 221 

108 069 

1 850 

302 

31 830 

3 555 
(Dl 
(Dl 

17 152 
8 120 

53 055 

64 867 

4 249 
13 915 

1 355 

45 348 

(Dl 

(Dl 



285 137 

179 901 

136 911 

28 900 

8 670 

2 167 

3 253 



112 739 481 



151 075 
827 345 
814 514 
356 459 
471 530 
49 581 
388 123 
243 413 



18 277 548 

13 651 285 

2 578 241 

1 912 662 

101 440 

23 920 



17 085 537 

14 554 792 

484 393 

29 725 

83 801 

190 on 

298 335 

1 225 220 

974 872 

250 348 

35 499 

83 761 



16 183 740 

13 605 237 

11 860 298 

495 601 

1 249 338 

518 810 

1 350 823 

231 923 

375 947 

55 512 

149 934 

146 289 

24 212 



5 576 879 



7 138 331 

1 550 874 

1 535 013 

125 851 



853 775 

207 420 

164 352 

35 208 

6 850 

646 355 

73 948 

(0) 

(Dl 

341 786 

169 513 

265 875 

222 155 

75 066 

267 160 

25 135 

853 804 

(Dl 

(01 



511 914 
484 954 
506 523 
592 481 
175 269 
44 501 
65 080 



1 724 829 



83 487 

29 480 

8 582 

3 779 

5 613 

527 

20 273 

15 233 



314 377 

220 en 

60 568 

30 554 

1 922 

522 



267 277 
222 555 

6 559 
584 

1 697 

4 835 

5 398 
22 630 
17 907 

4 923 

722 

1 087 



152 831 

123 460 

108 094 

4 509 

10 857 

7 249 

14 624 

3 211 

4 287 
644 

1 763 

1 584 

296 



118 762 

23 797 

22 534 

1 263 

51 367 

39 877 

39 108 

644 

125 

11 490 

1 536 

(D) 

(01 

7 100 

1 892 



21 918 

18 800 

1 018 

3 956 

345 

13 481 

(0 

(01 



53 472 

38 201 

28 382 

5 565 

2 598 

751 

905 



18 778 

2 114 

1 542 

1 675 

1 908 
267 

7 268 

4 004 



6 348 

27 

2 528 

2 890 

496 

407 



53 063 

39 517 

2 816 

376 

1 570 

2 127 
1 278 

3 930 
3 320 

610 
600 
749 



14 472 

3 875 

3 545 

112 

219 

5 052 

2 902 

435 

2 197 

327 

922 

586 

352 



15 122 
3 355 

2 754 
602 

5 478 

3 450 
3 229 

150 
71 
2 028 
425 
(01 
(01 
912 
410 



135 
033 

86 
184 

93 
670 
(0) 
(01 



14 587 

7 909 

4 964 

1 283 

970 

280 

412 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Kfitliheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are stiown separately in tills table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-29 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unmcor- 
porated 
busmesses 

(number) 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5812 



59r"T(591l 
591 ( 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

59a 

5942 
5943 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 ( 

I 
597 
598 
5982 I 

( 
5983 
5984 

5992 
5993 
5994 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL — CONTINUED 



FURNITURE. HOME FURMSHINSS. EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLUNCE STORES . 
RADIO. TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESl. 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES' STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL' ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN~ 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING I HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL. ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION . . 

FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



1 029 

2 300 
1 817 

562 
1 255 



75 430 

42 249 

29 748 

1 198 

9 474 

1 829 

33 181 



10 647 

9 750 

897 



44 615 

6 315 

4 437 

970 

3 467 

1 368 
528 
840 

2 741 

2 293 
448 

3 236 
1 765 

844 

4 001 
3 905 
1 359 

181 
1 154 
1 211 



3 692 
937 

1 023 
606 

2 043 

2 539 
207 
213 
781 
180 
442 

3 340 



17 644 
758 

26 

385 

24 

2 

10 

9 

23 

33 

245 



419 
57 
322 
409 
709 



818 
163 
810 
483 
182 
492 
685 
405 
561 
808 
434 
129 



2 981 

1 958 

1 197 

360 

837 



59 110 

35 809 

25 446 

1 166 

7 690 

1 507 

23 301 



10 021 

9 296 

725 



28 948 

4 743 

2 001 

102 

1 899 

1 006 

370 

636 



1 479 

1 253 
226 

2 662 

1 223 
648 

2 709 
2 767 

1 037 

59 
776 
895 

2 482 
585 
568 
520 

1 067 

2 163 
151 
139 
481 
122 
168 

1 264 



3 436 
575 

26 

377 

24 

2 

10 

7 

13 

17 

100 

925 

215 
21 
235 
211 
243 



284 

39 

24 

9 

428 

14 

33 

41 

225 

112 

130 

595 



482 677 
214 133 
153 653 
25 407 
128 256 



3 928 029 

2 631 531 

1 969 787 

143 226 

381 022 

137 496 

1 296 498 



1 792 168 

1 717 305 

74 863 



3 749 036 

792 731 

141 284 

12 952 
128 332 
115 849 

53 590 
62 259 

148 990 

132 196 

15 794 

733 032 

297 223 

67 351 
282 428 
488 558 
152 610 

4 192 

201 321 

130 435 

157 357 

45 862 

54 087 

68 115 

55 554 
111 942 

14 597 

13 577 
37 519 

9 242 

10 141 

103 287 



1 869 523 

958 514 

583 110 

133 382 

5 148 

(D] 

(Dl 

840 

(Dl 

27 376 

115 677 

359 969 

95 727 

4 181 

82 952 

121 553 

55 546 

551 040 

59 552 

31 672 

16 215 

7 550 

139 699 

14 114 

16 474 

11 269 

37 933 

38 582 
55 200 

112 779 



451 557 
208 251 
140 567 
22 573 
117 994 



545 053 
544 861 
911 105 
142 572 
358 576 
132 508 
100 202 



1 771 926 

1 701 963 

69 953 



3 459 968 

731 061 

114 090 

4 904 

109 186 

110 159 
51 344 
58 815 

125 172 
113 488 

12 584 

715 336 

285 931 

64 729 
261 724 
467 622 
145 544 

2 870 
191 947 

126 261 

139 647 
38 056 
46 343 

65 805 
44 358 

104 930 

14 083 

12 587 

33 531 

8 286 

6 263 

78 245 



1 584 463 
955 540 

583 110 

133 248 

5 148 

(Dl 

(01 

836 

(Dl 

27 242 

114 205 

340 035 

93 313 

3 381 

81 238 

114 659 

47 444 

387 788 

52 338 

30 644 

9 810 

(Dl 

84 157 

(Dl 

5 972 

8 559 

34 149 

14 318 

63 220 

80 551 



58 577 
26 719 
20 940 
2 727 
18 213 



804 251 

633 476 

483 466 

43 822 

69 641 

35 547 

170 775 



233 349 

226 488 

6 851 



387 843 
45 387 

19 538 
758 

18 780 

15 493 

6 958 

9 525 

15 323 
13 806 

1 517 
48 148 
23 991 

8 547 
42 501 
57 997 

20 154 
583 

23 557 
23 703 

25 641 

4 227 

6 253 

8 002 

6 142 

22 294 

2 733 
1 938 
4 292 
1 216 

855 
15 324 



271 585 
139 917 

103 909 

10 423 
607 
(Dl 
(01 
105 
(Dl 
3 027 
9 341 



48 172 

14 472 
352 

15 359 
11 260 

6 729 

83 496 

10 115 

7 809 
2 375 

(01 

14 972 
(01 

1 207 

2 019 
10 584 

3 014 

15 456 
14 755 



169 455 
531 063 
426 441 
53 287 
373 154 



16 773 009 

13 165 888 

10 009 283 

908 249 

1 487 118 

762 238 

3 505 121 



4 525 916 

4 386 058 

139 858 



7 503 726 
894 455 
382 781 
14 748 
368 033 
326 015 
135 238 
189 777 

309 342 

280 538 

28 704 

928 472 

465 904 

151 954 

822 080 

1 351 756 

403 982 

11 206 

459 124 

467 444 

507 340 

82 211 

129 465 

156 257 

129 892 

428 377 

53 159 

38 105 

98 858 

24 056 

18 035 

294 182 



5 711 805 
3 HI 841 

2 350 618 

217 875 

22 325 

(Dl 

(Dl 

2 118 

(Dl 

83 068 

193 846 

956 538 

282 588 

7 323 

312 537 

215 520 

138 470 

1 643 326 

220 448 
152 646 

48 394 

(Dl 

293 959 

(Dl 

24 184 

40 725 
207 329 

56 747 
290 121 
284 405 



13 462 
6 351 
5 458 
868 
4 590 



352 581 
291 217 
220 096 
15 925 
38 970 
15 225 
71 354 



73 570 

70 734 

2 835 



106 449 

14 605 

5 368 
233 

6 135 
5 256 
2 358 
2 698 



4 284 

3 813 

471 

11 955 



904 
378 
192 



14 403 

4 879 

159 

4 479 

4 885 

8 321 

1 632 

2 523 

1 972 

2 782 
4 958 

628 
584 
1 831 
417 
353 

3 993 



74 992 
45 157 

33 557 
3 859 
557 
(Dl 
(Dl 
28 
(Dl 

1 478 

2 525 



10 459 

2 731 

69 

3 912 
2 134 
1 523 

19 355 



133 
652 
510 
(Dl 
548 
(Dl 
272 
514 
699 
724 
469 
553 



3 022 
2 187 
1 569 
512 
1 057 



75 747 

41 827 

30 155 

682 

9 612 

1 378 

34 920 



8 409 

7 557 

842 



41 095 
6 140 
4 209 
1 050 
3 159 

1 195 
446 
750 

2 732 
2 254 

468 

2 448 
1 079 

791 

3 580 
3 132 
1 243 

178 

1 001 

710 

3 952 
829 

1 032 
474 

2 095 

2 384 
181 
155 
720 
165 
455 

3 325 



15 348 
309 



29 

13 

(Dl 

(01 

7 

(Dl 

25 
217 



344 
54 
184 
377 
662 

14 418 

713 
155 
797 
(Dl 

2 163 
(Dl 
701 
396 
389 

2 763 
320 

5 049 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-30 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



52 
521 

522 

523 

524 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



54 

541 

542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5453 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



56 

5511567 
561 
567 

562-31568 
552 



563 1 558 
563 ( 



555 
565 



554 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



*EST NORTH CENTRAL 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINTt GLASS" WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWINGi NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . 
FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 



15 342 
3 475 
913 
601 
126 
201 
577 
449 



1 



004 
415 
276 
853 
298 
151 



22 054 

17 710 

722 

67 

443 

826 

457 

1 495 

1 291 

204 

228 

116 



9 912 

4 334 

4 045 

133 

156 

2 068 

1 982 

520 

1 008 

191 

332 

429 

56 



a 813 

1 756 

1 622 

134 



049 

304 

257 

22 

25 

745 

220 

35 

10 

358 

122 



1 570 

1 932 

87 

207 

30 

1 658 

395 

61 



8 041 
4 198 
3 031 
510 
312 
139 
105 



13 088 

3 307 

795 

491 

884 

131 

3 559 

3 921 



088 
416 
044 
283 
248 
97 



14 748 

11 914 

474 

21 

153 

334 

321 

1 323 

1 179 

144 

150 

58 



948 
306 
021 
131 
154 
952 
590 
516 
584 

75 
208 
279 

22 



7 543 

1 586 

1 518 

68 



725 
078 
037 

20 

21 
647 
180 

33 

8 

334 

92 

192 
676 

85 
205 

28 
358 
339 

25 



6 171 
3 002 
2 199 

480 
194 
65 
64 



21 054 215 



2 253 Oil 

678 344 

121 785 

37 237 

84 333 

12 607 

358 959 

959 735 



2 308 069 

1 536 778 

339 064 

408 189 

16 821 

7 217 



354 937 

127 942 

61 423 

2 051 

23 085 

24 298 
29 143 
66 431 
58 710 

7 721 
(D> 
(D) 



862 849 
219 428 
957 375 
77 307 
184 746 

222 527 

223 967 

(D) 

(0) 

17 193 

25 595 

68 724 

(D) 



992 988 

205 886 

202 424 

3 452 

334 775 

279 957 

277 500 

1 593 

864 

54 819 

8 863 

1 749 

353 

<DI 

(01 

256 589 

162 505 

6 549 

31 199 

1 745 
122 912 

21 222 

2 010 



828 066 

486 319 

388 012 

71 540 

12 306 

8 135 

6 225 



20 196 469 



2 192 949 
571 154 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
333 921 
(D) 



2 286 945 

1 536 778 

335 562 

391 771 

16 153 

6 581 



144 113 

941 952 

(Dl 

1 259 

14 590 

14 436 

25 235 

64 035 

57 256 

5 779 

(D) 

(Dl 



801 261 

217 720 

955 967 

77 177 

184 575 

183 821 

214 587 

(D) 

(D) 

15 031 

23 113 

52 388 

(Dl 



966 342 

202 280 

(Dl 

(D) 

329 844 

276 247 

273 918 

1 575 

754 

53 597 

8 549 

1 737 

343 

(Dl 

(01 

257 363 

154 863 

6 589 

31 153 

1 729 

115 392 

20 490 

1 502 



793 378 

454 245 

372 910 

67 742 

(D) 

7 590 

(01 



2 255 819 



233 582 
80 333 

(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
39 549 
(Dl 



329 902 

232 939 

52 224 

41 981 

1 938 

820 



315 894 

284 712 

(01 

198 

1 271 

2 058 
2 875 

17 015 

15 554 

1 462 

(Dl 

(01 



338 006 

276 283 

249 406 

8 948 

17 929 

12 851 

30 892 

(Dl 



(01 
517 
345 
325 
(01 



138 142 
29 587 

(Dl 
(D) 

49 305 

41 116 

40 705 

310 

101 

8 190 

1 478 
283 

51 
(01 
(01 

35 507 
21 357 

864 
4 864 

318 
15 321 

2 179 
196 



115 572 

69 094 

52 847 

12 000 

(Dl 

1 149 

(01 



44 313 972 



474 564 
536 902 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 
(Dl 
760 757 
(01 



6 507 388 

4 643 097 

983 257 

628 151 

36 403 

16 470 



105 920 

500 495 

(01 

3 653 

23 192 

40 545 

55 277 

329 551 

299 405 

30 255 

(Dl 

(Dl 



537 186 

349 350 

840 601 

173 676 

335 073 

251 712 

595 075 

(Dl 

(01 

29 117 

40 280 

84 499 

(01 



2 935 592 



2 518 611 

558 073 
(01 
(Dl 

945 095 

790 779 

783 315 

5 644 

1 820 

154 315 

27 555 

5 244 

1 248 

(01 

(Dl 

666 240 

402 721 

17 176 

93 167 

5 091 

285 287 

42 937 

3 545 



2 249 746 

1 344 453 

1 009 110 

250 554 

(01 

25 517 

(Dl 



55 892 
17 962 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
11 733 
(D) 



121 882 

81 348 

23 546 

15 659 

830 

399 



105 032 

93 267 

(01 

61 

425 

1 028 

1 135 

5 812 

6 220 
592 
(0) 
(D) 



70 007 

55 757 

50 837 

1 751 

3 159 

3 103 

6 882 

(01 

(0) 

331 

502 

859 

(01 



47 876 
6 355 

(01 
(01 

19 121 

16 151 

15 012 

107 

42 

2 950 

573 

106 

18 

(01 

(Dl 

12 577 

6 589 

230 

1 441 

75 

4 842 

1 067 

57 



27 505 

15 749 

12 001 

2 455 

(01 

382 

(01 



13 018 
1 708 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(0) 
(Dl 
4 765 
(Dl 



4 656 
5 

1 567 

2 498 
319 
165 



21 590 

17 268 

(01 

53 

493 

725 

355 

1 546 

1 412 

134 

(Dl 

(Dl 



8 375 

3 253 

3 095 

70 

87 

2 143 

1 657 

(01 

(Dl 

182 

328 

346 

(01 



7 563 

1 618 
(01 
(Dl 

2 593 
2 064 
2 008 

25 
31 
529 
94 
31 
3 
(01 
(01 

1 305 

1 546 

26 

81 

22 

1 417 

429 

72 



5 IJ63 
3 853 

2 745 
558 
(Dl 
136 

(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-31 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 







Establishments 


Sales 




Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 


Active 




Division and kind of business 










Payroll, 
entire 
year 


employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 


proprie 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 


Establish- 
ments with 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 








ments 


payroll 




Nov, 15 


businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




»EST NORTH CENTRAL— CONTINUED 




















FURNITUfiEi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 


















572 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 


2 292 


1 868 


212 271 


203 791 


29 050 


555 008 


7 015 


1 577 


5732 


RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 


926 


818 


65 397 


63 601 


8 413 


167 863 


2 282 


693 


5733 


MUSIC STORES 


625 


483 


64 079 


51 541 


9 015 


182 422 


2 460 


540 




RECORD SHOPS 


128 


90 


5 927 


5 327 


644 


12 508 


226 


109 




MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 


197 


393 


58 152 


55 214 


8 371 


159 914 


2 232 


431 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 


TOTAL * 


30 «76 
20 944 


24 106 
17 712 


1 345 567 
987 332 


1 248 739 
945 624 


284 885 
236 897 


5 756 641 
4 787 561 


135 500 
117 307 


31 521 


5812 


EATING PLACES 


21 911 




RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 


15 333 


12 609 


730 056 


595 802 


178 525 


3 595 084 


87 096 


15 318 




CAFETERIAS 


520 


505 


51 397 


61 281 


19 260 


361 121 


8 067 


385 




REFRESHMENT PLACES 


« 520 


3 912 


162 089 


154 611 


30 329 


533 810 


16 161 


4 753 




CATERERS 


571 


485 


33 766 


32 930 


8 763 


177 546 


3 983 


455 






9 532 


5 394 


359 235 


303 115 


47 989 


979 080 


19 193 






DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 








5 117 

4 528 

589 


4 599 

4 250 

449 


720 668 

597 760 

22 908 


712 580 

691 544 

20 936 


94 114 

91 954 

2 160 


1 794 656 

1 750 211 

44 445 


31 761 

30 551 

1 230 




591 ( 






PROPRIETARY STORES •• 


527 ^ 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 




59 EX.591 


TOTAL 


22 862 


15 218 


2 085 056 


1 966 208 


191 971 


3 687 890 


53 977 


20 073 


592 


LIQUOR STORES 


4 138 


3 344 


357 775 


330 357 


22 790 


458 792 


8 123 


3 652 


593 


ANTIQUE STORESt SECONDHAND STORES. • . . * • 


1 868 


992 


67 882 


58 532 


10 061 


202 340 


3 171 


1 778 






352 
1 516 


42 
950 


4 455 
63 427 


1 785 
56 847 


329 
9 732 


5 392 
195 948 


101 
3 070 


359 


5933 


SECONDHAND STORES 


1 409 


59U 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


465 


377 


35 951 


34 593 


5 202 


100 358 


1 748 


424 


5912 


BOOK STORES 


189 


145 


(01 


ID) 


ID) 


(D) 


ID) 


ID) 


59113 


STATIONERY STORES 


276 


232 


101 


ID) 


IDI 


(D) 


101 


ID) 






905 
779 


536 

475 


46 177 
44 373 


42 577 
ID) 


4 927 
ID) 


93 283 
(D) 


1 377 
ID) 




5952 


SPORTING GOODS STORES 


ID) 


5953 




127 


61 


3 804 


10) 


101 


(Dl 


ID) 


ID) 


5962 


HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 


3 386 


2 558 


746 007 


101 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


IDI 


5969 ( 


OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 


1 800 


1 302 


(01 


(0) 


ID) 


(D) 


ID) 


IDI 


( 


GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 


195 


173 


(01 


ID) 


101 


(Dl 


ID) 


101 


597 


JEWELRY STORES 


1 942 


1 368 


109 779 


100 863 


14 898 


279 667 


4 315 


1 922 


598 


FUEL. ICE DEALERS 


1 979 


1 473 


193 528 


186 646 


28 862 


590 948 


6 667 


1 391 


5982 ( 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 


348 


244 


22 176 


21 056 


2 645 


53 787 


814 


345 


( 


ICE DEALERS 


90 


28 


1 336 


ID) 


ID) 


(D) 


ID) 


101 


5963 


FUEL OIL DEALERS 


390 


266 


47 619 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


5984 


BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 


1 161 


935 


122 395 


119 565 


21 055 


442 833 


4 904 


620 


5992 


FLORISTS 


1 278 


990 


57 948 


54 204 


11 712 


216 064 


3 625 


1 405 


5993 




324 


196 


12 683 


10 231 


1 160 


25 554 


544 


304 


599« 


NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 


264 


196 


11 280 


9 978 


1 251 


25 350 


521 


258 


5996 




234 


200 


24 268 


23 326 


3 176 


61 895 


904 


173 


5997 




778 
1 119 


452 
1 051 


24 345 
50 059 


21 145 
49 005 


3 042 
9 079 


61 056 
170 345 


1 207 

2 200 


844 


5998 


OPTICAL GOODS STORES 


1 056 


5999 ( 


TYPEWRITER STORES 


132 


102 


IDI 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 






137 


63 


6 273 


5 103 


764 


12 433 


211 


132 




HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 


346 


206 


12 676 


11 342 


1 550 


30 540 


632 


320 




RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 


93 


55 


101 


101 


(Dl 


ID) 


ID) 


IDI 




PET SHOPS 


117 


45 


IDI 


ID) 


(01 


10) 


ID) 


ID) 






1 361 


519 


38 620 


ID) 


(Dl 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 






















7 408 
411 


1 424 
363 


558 378 

IDI 


496 736 
10) 


80 429 
(Dl 


1 535 778 
ID) 


23 495 

IDl 












DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 








17 
273 


17 
273 


184 126 
82 504 


184 126 
82 504 


35 212 

6 713 


700 758 
142 111 


10 560 
2 517 






OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


12 






13 


13 


2 195 


2 195 


346 


5 471 


74 


10 






2 


2 


IDl 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 






1 


1 


ID) 


ID) 


101 


IDI 


IDI 


(01 






2 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT 


7 


7 


ID) 


ID) 


IDI 


ID) 


IDI 


(Dl 




BOOKS. STATIONERY 


16 


4 


291 


123 


17 


265 


5 


14 




OTHER 


80 


46 


20 876 


20 690 


5 818 


161 898 


2 239 


57 


'«3U 




717 


297 


10) 


(Dl 


IDI 


ID) 


IDI 


IDI 




DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 






CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 


192 


82 


29 199 


28 007 


3 825 


73 796 


711 


190 




MILK. ICE CREAM 


8 


6 


706 


654 


101 


1 901 


21 


8 




OTHER BEVERAGES 


74 


44 


15 763 


15 371 


3 241 


66 472 


703 


61 






151 


77 


20 283 


17 299 


1 315 


26 040 


277 


155 




OTHER 


292 


88 


ID) 


ID) 


IDI 


ID) 


IDI 


ID) 


535 


DIRECT SELLING ( HOUSE-TO-HOUSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 


6 280 


764 


159 178 


108 024 


19 671 


358 596 


5 173 


6 122 




BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT .... 


271 


121 


16 442 


14 924 


2 549 


48 926 


512 


239 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


21 


11 


7 231 


7 105 


2 055 


42 056 


538 


13 




GROCERIES 


6S6 


8 


9 519 


4 157 


462 


8 351 


119 


660 




FRUIT. VEGETABLES 


88 


2 


1 754 


IDI 


ID) 


IDI 


ID) 


(01 




MILK 


453 


91 


17 785 


10 757 


1 154 


22 834 


290 


451 




BAKERY PRODUCTS 


35 


1 


556 


ID) 


(D) 


IDI 


ID) 


(Dl 




OTHER FOOD 


140 


8 


2 861 


959 


177 


3 610 


44 


142 






89 


17 


10 289 


9 155 


907 


15 341 


240 


88 




HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION 


152 


70 


11 113 


10 273 


3 302 


61 806 


979 


112 




FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 


1 119 


39 


13 406 


4 154 


625 


15 334 


176 


1 111 




BOOKS. STATIONERY 


198 


46 


15 062 


14 952 


3 544 


60 019 


795 


156 




OTHER 


3 026 


350 


52 036 


31 384 


4 616 


89 358 


1 359 


2 988 



Slandard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wiltiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group S3, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-32 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and itind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Now. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



52 
521 

522 
523 

521 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 ( 
I 
I 



54 

511 

542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5453 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



55PT(5541 


56 

561 

561 

567 


567 


562- 
562 


3i568 


563 
563 


566 

( 



555 
565 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 

RETAIL TFiADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAFiE. 
FAf?M EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASS. tALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . . 
MEN.S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIOAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS. 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 



239 167 



737 
541 
352 
383 
220 
139 
546 
546 



11 154 

619 

3 417 

5 877 

968 

273 



54 976 

48 114 

729 

788 

1 389 

1 519 

652 

1 322 

1 014 

308 

245 

208 



15 226 

4 231 
3 502 

266 
461 

5 284 
2 880 
1 048 
1 783 

194 
724 
715 
150 



15 308 

2 793 

2 517 

275 

5 561 

4 323 

4 261 

17 

45 

1 238 

325 

113 

38 

664 

98 



191 
940 
201 
583 
67 
989 
720 
103 



13 270 
8 181 
5 201 
723 
529 
261 
357 



8 940 
619 

3 175 

4 293 
558 
195 



24 842 
20 584 
501 
374 
515 
803 
574 
1 144 
930 
214 
129 
118 



11 457 

4 213 

3 486 

255 

451 

2 534 

2 427 

1 048 

1 235 

128 

472 

541 

94 



13 412 

2 481 

2 339 

142 



063 

981 

933 

17 

31 

082 

273 

99 

24 

510 

76 



2 461 

2 720 

191 

583 

65 

1 781 

635 

51 



10 212 
5 993 
4 593 
557 
417 
109 
217 



32 364 547 



727 712 

566 951 

329 914 

36 574 

84 249 

ID) 

315 783 

(Dl 



026 577 
555 634 
739 929 
664 348 
(Dl 
(01 



587 657 

249 789 

60 516 

ID] 
50 454 
41 075 

(0) 
73 129 
58 470 
14 659 

10) 

(D) 



471 745 

076 459 

227 738 

194 107 

554 514 

573 467 

357 437 

IDI 

(D) 

15 835 

85 747 

(Dl 

(01 



1 807 520 

343 029 

333 804 

9 225 

703 482 

504 215 

501 197 

1 530 

1 488 

99 267 

10 339 

7 928 

1 884 

68 540 

10 575 

407 899 

301 579 

(Dl 

(0) 

(Dl 

192 795 

47 595 

3 935 



483 357 
952 828 
810 603 
84 298 
30 052 
12 102 
15 763 



30 775 093 



1 594 962 

564 339 

325 330 

35 268 

78 507 

(01 

300 581 

101 



982 485 
555 534 
736 255 
527 990 
(01 
(01 



871 439 

577 939 

53 404 

(Dl 
37 168 
30 307 

(Dl 
70 749 
57 290 
13 459 

(Dl 

(Dl 



366 448 

075 401 

225 735 

194 051 

654 614 

493 591 

348 473 

(Dl 

(Dl 

15 607 

80 021 

(Dl 

(Dl 



1 775 538 

337 453 

329 334 

8 119 

695 206 

597 963 

595 117 

1 530 

1 316 

97 243 

9 843 
7 720 

1 718 
67 628 
10 334 

396 525 

296 991 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

188 485 

45 295 

2 968 



1 434 241 

918 710 

786 021 

80 134 

27 858 

(01 

(Dl 



3 549 078 



206 594 

70 308 

35 959 

5 724 

12 721 

(Dl 

39 225 

(Dl 



560 819 

374 553 

112 152 

56 728 

(Dl 

(Dl 



499 655 

459 332 

4 669 

(Dl 

3 207 

3 897 

(Dl 

18 220 

15 925 

2 295 

(Dl 

(01 



587 900 

454 735 

371 816 

22 050 

60 870 

34 555 

54 524 

(01 



(0) 
879 
294 
(Dl 
IDI 



250 800 

51 676 

50 037 

1 539 

99 321 

85 847 

85 356 

310 

179 

13 474 

1 720 

1 176 

230 

8 556 

1 790 

53 100 

41 177 

(Dl 

(Dl 





(Dl 


24 


869 


5 


140 




386 


223 


261 


149 


135 


125 


171 


13 


497 


5 


224 




(01 




IDl 



68 666 945 



922 159 
285 894 
740 267 
135 207 
240 972 

(Dl 
755 230 

101 



11 192 937 

7 663 787 

2 081 455 

1 295 937 

(Dl 

IDI 



9 742 863 

8 962 112 

89 834 

(01 

52 115 

71 514 

(Dl 

357 702 

310 701 

47 001 

(Dl 

(Dl 



11 176 278 

8 551 886 

6 925 990 

456 573 

1 167 223 

693 913 

1 073 555 

(Dl 

(Dl 

36 119 

175 101 

(Dl 



4 156 504 



4 699 352 

957 810 

920 314 

37 495 

1 866 096 

1 603 015 

1 594 599 

5 027 

3 389 

263 083 

32 235 

22 190 

3 901 

169 942 

34 815 

1 003 127 

761 051 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

452 381 

103 630 

7 626 



269 985 

865 439 
387 941 
278 951 
113 046 
(01 
(01 



52 393 
15 655 
9 161 

1 625 

2 963 
(Dl 

11 545 
(01 



209 182 

128 424 

52 114 

25 584 

(01 

101 



159 341 

153 157 

1 499 

(01 

1 307 

2 003 
(Dl 

6 946 

6 056 

890 

(Dl 

(01 



123 943 

90 659 

74 293 

4 417 

11 949 

8 727 

13 558 

(Dl 

(01 

484 

2 121 

(01 

(01 



87 Oil 

13 716 

13 233 

463 

35 932 

31 753 

31 564 

121 

66 

5 179 

803 

398 

81 

3 491 

406 

21 201 

12 748 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

7 992 

2 273 

141 



55 093 

36 695 

30 463 

3 086 

1 704 

IDI 
IDI 



875 
775 
852 
318 
709 

IDI 
009 

IDI 



6 352 

31 

1 773 

5 444 

(Dl 

(Dl 



52 105 

45 985 

772 

(01 

1 433 

1 195 

IDI 

1 195 

989 

206 

(01 

(01 



723 
462 
122 
139 
290 
146 
(01 
IDI 
175 
563 
(Dl 
(Dl 



10 435 

1 905 

1 643 

262 



3 751 

2 891 

2 640 

15 

35 

670 

200 

75 

27 

504 

53 

2 645 
1 364 
IDI 
(Dl 
101 
1 065 
657 
104 



9 B74 
5 241 
4 549 
532 
598 
(01 
(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
*Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-33 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 







Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 

ended 
nearest 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Division and kind of business 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 


Establish- 
ments with 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 








ments 


payroll 




Nov. 15 


businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




SOUTH ATLANTIC — CONTINUED 




















FURNITURE 1 HOME FURNISHINSSt EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 


















572 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 


2 754 


2 320 


333 543 


325 871 


46 302 


885 474 


11 196 


1 669 


5732 


RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 


1 356 


1 194 


114 382 


HI 218 


15 814 


308 475 




1 197 


5733 




979 


705 


82 504 


78 442 


12 029 


230 597 


3 095 


757 




RECORD SHOPS 


329 


225 


17 213 


15 915 


1 935 


37 946 


642 


281 




MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 


550 


480 


65 391 


52 527 


10 094 


192 551 


2 454 


485 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















SS 
5812 




36 085 

28 574 
20 345 


27 531 
22 464 
15 854 


2 036 155 
1 728 010 
1 215 400 


1 921 358 
1 551 712 
1 155 512 


429 675 
389 205 
270 134 


8 352 583 
7 531 953 
5 179 117 


199 942 
182 190 
128 332 


33 555 


EATING PLACES 


26 318 


RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 


19 447 




CAFETERIAS 


933 


903 


151 032 


150 545 


50 357 


975 885 


20 419 


407 




REFRESHMENT PLACES 


5 438 


4 975 


279 663 


264 021 


50 156 


994 008 


25 505 


5 878 




CATERERS 


857 


731 


71 915 


70 533 


18 538 


382 943 


7 634 


586 


5813 


DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 


7 511 


5 067 


308 145 


259 655 


40 471 


820 730 


17 752 


7 247 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PT(S91I 
591 ( 




7 330 

6 407 


6 832 
5 225 


1 201 834 
1 154 065 


1 190 834 
1 147 927 


178 582 
173 378 


3 417 509 
3 313 951 


58 267 
55 817 


5 349 


DRUG STORES 


4 447 


I 


PROPRIETARY STORES 


923 


507 


47 749 


42 907 


5 204 


103 558 


2 470 


902 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 
592 




31 905 
5 189 


22 455 
4 277 


2 823 100 
828 592 


2 565 834 
790 555 


299 697 
50 859 


5 764 901 
943 827 


87 882 
14 939 


27 593 


LIQUOR STORES 


4 231 


593 


ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 


3 722 


2 166 


125 771 


HI 721 


18 513 


354 154 


6 283 


3 511 


5932 


ANTIQUE STORES 


758 


210 


16 213 


ID) 


(0) 


(0) 


(01 


(01 


5933 


SECONDHAND STORES 


2 954 


1 956 


110 558 


10) 


(0) 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


594 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


871 


559 


63 078 


59 434 


9 309 


181 155 


3 000 


714 


5942 


BOOK STORES 


349 


261 


101 


(01 


(0) 


10) 


(01 


101 


5943 


STATIONERY STORES 


522 


398 


(0) 


(0) 


(0> 


(0) 


(D) 


101 


595 


SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 


1 512 


908 


78 850 


69 584 


9 166 


175 273 


2 572 


1 426 


5952 


SPORTING GOODS STORES 


1 322 


802 


(01 


(01 


(D> 


(0) 


(01 


101 


5953 




190 


106 


(0) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


IDl 


10) 


5952 


HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 


1 391 


1 125 


323 247 


315 197 


21 313 


399 900 


6 431 


1 174 


5969 ( 




1 270 


1 016 


228 304 


222 204 


16 404 


303 326 


4 639 


1 025 


( 


GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 


519 


379 


(D) 


(D> 


ID) 


88 929 


IDl 




597 


JEWELRY STORES 


2 965 


2 189 


222 076 


211 018 


35 335 


665 522 


9 729 


2 294 


598 


FUEL. ICE DEALERS 


3 490 


2 700 


467 650 


454 504 


68 944 


I 410 945 


18 049 


2 398 


5982 ( 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 


854 


644 


62 327 


59 497 


8 268 


163 166 


2 601 


789 




ICE DEALERS 


259 


107 


9 395 


(0) 


10) 


ID) 


101 


(01 


5983 




1 382 
995 

3 130 
303 
805 


1 016 
933 

2 022 
215 
482 


227 748 
168 180 

110 787 
17 020 
34 899 


(0) 
167 364 

98 865 
15 522 
29 081 


(D) 
33 282 

18 088 
1 572 
3 185 


(D) 
707 542 

340 702 
29 867 
60 547 


101 
8 116 

6 406 
523 

1 343 


101 




286 


5992 


FL0RI'iT5 


3 327 






240 


5994 




693 


5996 




380 


318 


38 823 


37 557 


4 903 


89 002 


1 226 


239 


5997 


GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 


1 814 


1 008 


54 801 


45 525 


6 320 


128 042 






5998 


OPTICAL GOODS STORES 


1 529 


1 511 


68 212 


56 290 


14 335 


264 333 






5999 ( 




135 


88 


(D) 


10) 


(D) 


101 


(01 


(01 






102 


54 


(D) 


ID) 


(0) 


(0) 


(01 


101 






442 
90 


320 
50 


34 081 
3 424 


32 087 
3 012 


3 418 
407 


80 247 
7 035 


1 493 
122 


345 




RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 


87 






197 


83 


4 789 


3 505 


522 


10 892 


213 


195 






1 947 


865 


65 310 


52 752 


9 577 


181 508 


2 795 


1 804 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


10 404 


2 138 


548 719 


570 755 


101 979 


2 139 754 


27 887 


9 520 


532 


MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN~ 


498 


374 


(D) 


ID) 


(01 


(0) 


ID) 


101 




DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE .*• 


8 
230 


8 
222 


ID) 
97 250 


(D) 
97 154 


(D) 
7 802 


ID) 
171 589 


2 723 






OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


16 






38 


38 


5 751 


5 751 


1 013 


21 973 










1 


1 


(D) 


10) 


(0) 


(0) 


ID) 


(01 




WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES 


6 


6 


(D) 


(01 


(0) 


101 










6 
26 


6 
15 


(□I 
2 647 


(Dl 
2 527 


(0) 
314 


10) 
5 442 


(0) 
74 


(01 




FURNITUREt HOME FURNISHINGS* EQUIPMENT 


IB 




BOOKS' STATIONERY 


24 


8 


590 


454 


40 


1 216 


21 






OTHER 


159 


69 


16 393 


17 513 


1 892 


40 915 


521 


154 






1 291 


607 


195 244 


(0) 


(0) 


(01 


(01 


101 




DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 








241 
18 


109 

e 


32 540 

1 149 


31 018 
1 021 


4 545 
156 


91 052 
4 458 


1 063 
54 


205 




MILK. ICE CREAM 


12 






159 


107 


27 422 


26 672 


4 184 


98 330 


1 057 


122 






249 


133 


87 202 


84 048 


7 549 


152 925 


1 725 


185 




OTHER. 


524 
8 615 


250 
1 157 


47 831 
<D) 


10) 
(0) 


(0) 
(0) 


ID) 
(01 


(01 
101 


101 


535 


DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS 


101 




DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 




















BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT .... 


283 


151 


17 819 


15 859 


3 426 


51 644 




246 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


186 


65 


24 719 


23 455 


5 834 


138 385 


1 694 


154 




GROCERIES 


535 


14 


6 911 


2 181 


235 


4 900 


81 


630 




FRUIT. VEGETABLES 


477 


7 


(D) 


ID) 


10) 


(Dl 


(01 


ID) 




MILK 


145 


36 


18 348 


16 196 


2 531 


50 994 


503 


141 




BAKERY PRODUCTS 


192 


8 


5 515 


3 302 


647 


12 055 


183 


185 






531 


31 


9 092 


2 650 


381 


7 347 


113 


544 






281 


59 


5 832 


4 842 


1 087 


21 985 


271 


261 




HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION 


235 


HI 


22 253 


21 205 


7 777 


147 533 


2 289 


151 




FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 


1 376 


105 


24 140 


13 550 


2 857 


59 491 


745 


1 323 




BOOKS. STATIONERY 


305 


83 


35 052 


33 545 


7 941 


149 841 


1 751 


231 




OTHER 


3 957 


475 


S7 351 


51 603 


11 637 


225 286 


2 891 


3 848 


Standar 


S Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withlield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not 


available. 


(X) NotappI 


cable. 













'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in tbis table 



1-34 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



52 
521 

522 

523 

521 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 ( 
( 
( 



54 


SUl 


542 1 


543 


544 


545 


546 


5462 


5463 


549 ( 
I 


55 EX.554 


551 


552 


553 1 



Division and kind of business 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 



56 

5611567 

561 

567 

562-31 568 
562 



5631566 
563 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINTi GLASS! WALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWINGi NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORESi INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORESi VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYi NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIESi MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIESi NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERSi FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERSi NONFRANCHISEO 

TIREi BATTERYi ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFTi MARINEi AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFTi MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MENiSi BOYSi APPAREL STORESi CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MENiSi BOYSi CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMENiS CLOTHINGi SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN IS READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMENIS ACCESSORY! SPECIALTY STORESi FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET 1 LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPARELi ACCESSORY! OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 

FURRIERS! FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MENiS SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDRENiSi JUVENILES! SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDRENiSi INFANTS! WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

furniture! home furnishings stores . . . 

furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

drapery! curtain! upholstery stores. . 
china. glassware! metalware stores . . 
miscellaneous home furnishings stores. 



297 
966 
730 
163 
587 
66 
787 
998 



371 
198 
784 
626 
635 

lae 



30 231 

28 478 

172 

153 

402 

384 

151 

396 

319 

77 

52 

43 



7 635 

1 989 

1 794 

77 

118 

3 020 

1 520 

625 

481 

90 

148 

193 

50 



6 572 

845 

790 

55 

1 971 

1 561 

1 540 

8 

13 

410 

137 

17 

17 

208 

31 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



184 
287 

89 
262 

24 
912 
261 

24 



5 793 

3 582 

2 956 

276 

179 

73 

98 



4 379 
904 
592 
115 
443 
42 

1 361 
922 



4 949 
198 

1 642 

2 528 
491 

90 



10 847 

9 914 

94 

59 

100 

202 

105 

326 

289 

37 

24 

23 



5 383 

1 971 

1 780 

75 

116 

1 270 

1 214 

623 

305 



98 
135 

24 



5 568 

773 

744 

29 

1 763 
1 401 
1 388 



362 

119 

13 

11 

196 

23 

1 700 

1 097 

65 

256 

24 

732 

223 

12 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



369 
576 
192 
190 
113 
35 
46 



12 351 047 



897 902 
278 675 

154 485 
16 637 
40 542 

6 343 

155 449 
245 771 



1 383 025 

712 653 

268 880 

357 114 

39 805 

4 573 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



007 267 
933 392 

13 342 
5 505 

11 162 
10 205 
9 629 
17 026 

14 480 
2 546 

ID) 
(Dl 



2 541 284 

1 927 685 

1 729 341 

58 310 

140 034 

275 147 

178 422 

88 378 

71 652 

6 364 

13 100 

48 219 

3 969 



693 976 

97 593 
95 674 

1 719 

213 407 

186 785 

186 216 

216 

353 

26 622 

4 094 

(Dl 

IDl 

18 799 

(D) 

265 310 

98 981 

IDl 
29 275 

(Dl 
61 998 

(01 

(Dl 



562 152 

368 305 

325 197 

26 348 

8 714 
4 589 
3 457 



11 414 999 



874 130 

276 567 

150 555 

(Dl 

37 126 

(0) 

144 597 

243 413 



1 350 815 

712 653 

266 956 

328 902 

37 971 

4 333 



500 643 

441 194 

10 630 

3 717 

5 694 
7 511 

6 957 
16 310 
14 242 

2 068 
IDl 
(Dl 



473 694 

926 647 

728 435 

58 186 

140 026 

221 887 

171 022 

88 360 

65 778 

5 738 

12 204 

44 311 

3 525 



676 550 

95 575 
(Dl 
(01 

210 063 

183 961 

183 426 

196 

339 

26 102 

3 932 

(01 

(Dl 

18 649 

(01 

256 752 

96 461 
(Dl 

29 217 
(01 

59 546 
(D) 
(01 



538 528 
353 073 

313 595 

24 426 

8 218 

(Dl 
(Dl 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



99 060 
33 997 
17 466 

(Dl 
6 202 

(Dl 
16 527 
20 801 



179 261 

104 745 

38 144 

32 277 

3 678 

417 



164 017 

155 473 

895 

357 

452 

1 064 

1 077 

4 088 

3 776 

312 

(01 

(01 



215 316 

162 861 

143 073 

6 123 

13 665 

13 567 

24 631 

9 134 

5 123 

641 

1 297 

2 817 
368 



87 421 

13 214 

(Dl 

(Dl 

28 453 

24 886 

24 811 

19 

56 

3 567 
704 

(01 

(Dl 

2 347 

(Dl 

30 798 

12 926 

(Dl 

4 492 
(Dl 

7 372 
(01 
(01 



76 267 

50 823 

44 150 

3 944 

1 627 

(Dl 

(01 



23 165 243 



667 623 
656 945 
326 400 

(Dl 
121 061 

(Dl 
314 915 
366 921 



529 760 
116 377 
714 287 
619 373 
72 006 
7 717 



116 660 

955 554 

17 557 

7 651 

8 328 
20 075 
19 525 
75 425 
69 621 

5 804 
(Dl 
(Dl 



132 502 

124 834 

757 343 

118 414 

249 077 

255 263 

476 255 

175 776 

100 373 

13 336 

24 099 

56 521 

6 417 



1 642 544 

250 555 

(01 

(Dl 

542 573 

477 353 

474 995 

482 

1 876 

65 220 

12 577 

(Dl 

(01 

43 256 

(Dl 

570 231 
238 747 

(Dl 
63 694 

(01 
135 377 

(01 

(01 



444 462 

949 154 

815 088 

81 447 

31 122 

(01 

(01 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nou. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



25 790 
8 944 

4 513 
(01 

1 469 
(01 

5 347 
5 555 



69 500 
35 364 
19 063 
13 043 
1 805 
205 



61 215 

57 609 

325 

206 

191 

516 

495 

1 630 

1 507 

123 

(Dl 

(01 



49 600 

35 700 

31 734 

1 278 



688 
784 
153 
803 
160 
171 
339 
571 
79 



5 001 
784 
661 
(Dl 
400 
(01 

1 939 
990 



607 
8 
137 
579 
545 
138 



31 105 
29 345 
202 
155 
428 
324 
119 
428 
345 
63 
(Dl 
(01 



986 
380 
285 

27 

68 
315 
328 
546 
417 

93 
148 
127 

49 



31 016 


14 884 


34 753 


5 870 


4 366 


790 


(Dl 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


11 782 


1 725 


10 220 


1 396 


10 185 


1 378 


11 


9 


24 


9 


1 552 


329 


336 


72 


(Dl 


(01 


(01 


(01 


1 051 


190 


(01 


(01 


13 362 


2 165 


4 359 


889 


(Dl 


(01 


1 405 


110 


(01 


(01 


2 660 


731 


(01 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


20 300 


5 290 


13 390 


3 361 


11 571 


2 753 


942 


250 


520 


157 


(01 


(Dl 


101 


(Dl 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-35 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5812 



S9PT(591I 
591 ( 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

591 

5942 

5913 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 ( 

( 
597 
598 
5982 ( 

( 
5983 
598U 

5992 
5993 
5991 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PAf?T» 
532 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL— CONTINUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIOi TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEKELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

bakery products 

other food 

apparel. accessories 

household appliances. radios. television . . 

Furniture, other home furnishings 

BOOKS, stationery 

other 



1 387 
«52 
372 
109 
263 



14 406 

12 235 

9 023 

340 

2 538 

334 

2 171 



3 528 

3 203 

325 



560 
917 
350 
567 
259 
130 
129 

523 
468 

55 
839 
766 
125 
205 
394 
550 
146 

84 
514 

573 
82 

227 
97 

448 

557 
34 
41 

127 
20 
44 

747 



4 329 

161 

5 

96 

6 

1 

1 



9 
35 

588 

124 

6 

55 

169 

234 



127 

135 

448 

150 

226 

40 

96 

69 

86 

546 

130 

527 



141 

402 

250 

69 

181 



10 510 
9 057 
5 437 

330 
2 014 

276 
1 453 



3 184 

3 019 

155 



244 

093 

88 

005 

171 

90 

81 

307 
266 

41 
691 
582 

99 
857 
970 
382 

54 

56 
478 



1 009 

62 

93 

83 

240 

609 

24 

29 

79 

14 

16 

317 



777 
133 

5 
92 

6 
1 
1 
1 
3 
5 
19 



49 

53 

5 

4 

26 

2 

2 

19 

26 

35 

25 

139 



131 719 

32 214 

29 914 

5 152 

24 752 



609 517 
533 409 
388 420 
39 193 
85 442 
20 354 
76 108 



437 673 

425 455 

12 218 



951 672 
206 591 
54 640 
5 099 
48 541 
22 159 
13 178 

8 991 

28 415 

25 973 

2 442 

162 118 

137 609 

9 064 
82 642 

115 383 

34 705 

2 751 

9 249 

68 578 

48 734 

4 372 

8 489 

8 718 

12 651 

25 467 

ID) 

(D) 

4 907 

(D) 

1 039 

20 564 



226 019 
67 276 

(D) 
40 306 
428 
(D> 
(D) 
(Dl 
578 
262 

3 883 

74 078 

14 158 
905 

4 495 
37 559 

15 951 

84 565 

6 008 
8 408 

4 735 
(0) 

5 852 
(01 

1 615 

2 805 
5 981 
8 902 

13 598 
23 391 



127 209 

31 186 

27 060 

4 590 

22 470 



560 447 
497 169 
358 188 
39 119 
80 154 
19 708 
63 278 



430 167 

420 219 

9 948 



901 346 
195 771 
45 754 

3 971 
42 783 

21 013 
12 748 

8 265 

25 147 

22 851 
2 285 

157 828 

132 675 

8 782 

77 710 

110 553 

31 501 

ID) 

8 825 

(0) 

42 484 

4 028 

5 551 
8 478 

10 401 

24 577 

10) 

(0) 

4 413 

(D) 

647 

15 570 



189 075 
66 958 

(D) 
40 228 
428 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 
234 

3 713 

(Dl 

13 568 
895 

4 245 
33 827 

(01 

(Oi 

5 108 
7 324 

(Dl 
(Dl 

3 796 
(D) 
ID) 

2 413 

5 433 

4 934 
12 568 
12 541 



17 366 

4 063 

4 015 

449 

3 555 



118 855 

110 286 

80 247 

11 002 

14 220 

4 817 

8 580 



57 513 

56 578 

1 035 



94 148 
10 604 

7 122 
538 

5 584 
3 259 
1 763 

1 506 

2 887 

2 558 
319 

9 875 

8 726 
1 426 

12 256 
18 000 

3 710 
(Dl 
976 

(Dl 



154 
390 
574 
221 
374 
573 
(Dl 
ID) 
551 
(Dl 
90 
826 



31 557 
11 501 

(Dl 
3 276 

41 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 

31 
552 

(0) 

1 871 
171 
756 

2 579 
(0) 

(0) 

1 056 

2 355 

(Dl 
(0) 

492 
(Dl 
(Dl 

458 
1 953 

1 024 

2 946 
2 157 



333 265 

80 101 

81 942 
9 873 

72 059 



312 895 
137 112 
529 555 
219 472 
294 450 
93 525 
175 784 



1 094 708 

1 075 368 

19 340 



809 461 

207 556 

137 581 

10 075 

127 505 

62 436 

35 154 

27 282 

53 854 
48 187 

5 567 
185 097 
162 628 

25 060 
228 863 
358 303 

79 429 
(Dl 

17 688 
(Dl 

135 529 

6 893 

10 559 
24 354 

26 218 
84 435 

(Dl 
(0) 

11 817 
(D) 

1 824 
53 163 



634 213 
252 146 





(Dl 


72 


380 




783 




(Dl 




(Dl 




(Dl 




(01 




568 


10 


422 




ID) 


39 


901 


1 


589 


14 


699 


49 


634 




(D) 




(01 


19 


263 


49 


358 




(0) 




(Dl 


10 


345 




(01 




(Dl 


5 


971 


38 


867 


19 


490 


54 


474 


40 


853 



4 548 

1 223 

1 139 

188 

951 



62 658 
58 398 
42 055 
5 242 
8 813 
2 287 
4 270 



20 257 

19 759 

498 



30 296 

3 425 

2 664 

190 

2 474 

1 112 

672 

440 



878 

758 

110 

3 219 

2 749 
418 

3 770 
5 018 

1 448 
(□I 
213 
(D) 

2 919 
183 
244 
339 
622 

1 206 
(D) 
(Dl 
272 
(D) 
40 
878 



8 825 
3 623 

(D) 
1 140 
21 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
ID) 



(Dl 

451 
34 
177 
533 
(D) 

ID) 

232 

648 

(D) 

(Dl 

139 

(Dl 

(Dl 
91 
669 
258 
691 
666 I 



096 
470 
353 
118 
245 



14 775 

12 457 

9 379 

244 

2 545 

289 

2 318 



3 499 

3 157 

332 



12 471 

1 574 

1 919 

375 

1 544 

237 

115 

122 

535 

479 

55 

847 

637 

107 

1 089 

1 100 

651 

(Dl 

80 

(D) 

1 788 

79 

222 

59 

491 

547 

ID) 

(01 

123 

(0) 

45 

785 



4 027 
57 

(D) 

7 

4 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

5 

30 



98 
3 

42 
143 
(Dl 

(D) 

116 

109 

(Dl 

(0) 

226 

(Dl 

(01 

69 

65 

531 

104 

1 496 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not apDiicable. 



1-36 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



52 
521 

522 
523 

524 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 ( 

( 
( 



54 
541 

542 

543 
544 
545 
546 

5462 
5i*63 
549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



56 

561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-3.568 
562 



563.568 
563 



565 
566 



564 
S69 



57 
571 

5712 
5713 
5714 
5715 
571° 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDHAREi 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUUDING MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES • . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARiETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCEF^Y STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYi NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES. .... 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY' CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE' HETALWARE STORES • . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



8 944 
2 712 
1 063 
304 
1 031 
96 
1 992 
1 746 



7 235 
376 

2 525 

3 394 
723 
217 



30 400 
27 034 
666 
196 
518 
408 
258 
1 021 
835 
186 
126 
171 



11 896 
3 284 

2 971 
131 
182 

3 802 
2 837 
1 107 

866 
156 
332 
304 
74 



9 704 
1 451 

1 320 
131 

3 421 

2 788 
2 727 

16 

45 

633 

207 

56 

33 

292 

45 

2 352 

1 891 

166 

375 

34 

1 316 

499 

90 



8 256 

4 831 

3 697 

491 

379 



97 
167 



7 830 

2 544 

961 

258 

851 

60 

1 578 

1 578 



403 
376 
341 
910 
611 
165 



17 140 

15 108 

440 

82 

172 

202 

152 

841 

739 

102 

48 

95 



8 768 

3 274 

2 963 

129 

182 

1 494 

2 303 
1 107 

590 
106 
242 
204 
38 



8 536 

1 335 

1 242 

93 



081 

532 

463 

10 

39 

549 

177 

42 

33 

272 

25 

888 
737 
152 
373 

32 
180 
437 

58 



442 
593 
779 
399 
263 
53 
99 



20 991 111 



529 035 

621 092 

164 095 

33 505 

83 061 

6 558 

163 168 

457 556 



2 505 534 

1 501 249 

401 818 

545 390 

47 329 

9 748 



818 830 
658 019 

58 262 
6 765 

21 026 

11 582 

12 846 
37 294 
31 948 

5 346 

6 368 
6 668 



443 268 

513 369 

180 200 

80 465 

252 704 

318 511 

305 138 

186 159 

120 091 

20 232 

41 215 

(01 

(Dl 



1 195 608 

183 554 

176 910 

6 644 

405 080 

360 212 

357 835 

530 

1 847 

44 868 

8 225 

(Dl 

1 536 

28 927 

(01 

400 398 

159 792 

(Dl 

50 609 

(Dl 

104 747 

31 792 

4 992 



881 064 

565 228 

479 079 

63 480 

12 092 

4 958 

5 619 



20 114 167 



503 471 

615 366 

161 959 

32 939 

79 649 

6 090 

152 342 

454 126 



488 540 
501 249 
399 280 
533 572 
45 235 
9 304 



495 418 

354 377 

52 876 

5 541 

15 400 

9 340 

11 596 

35 396 

31 188 

4 208 

(Dl 

(Dl 



351 096 

512 971 

179 824 

80 443 

252 704 

247 343 

292 174 

186 159 

112 449 

(01 

39 475 

(01 

(Dl 



1 174 966 

180 934 

(01 

(0) 

400 104 

356 270 

354 125 

435 

1 709 

43 834 

7 967 

(0) 

1 536 

28 653 

(01 

392 044 

166 634 

(Dl 

50 599 

(01 

101 947 

30 782 

4 468 



853 680 

546 886 

465 251 

60 858 

11 068 

4 718 

4 991 



2 210 636 



173 098 

71 956 

21 104 

5 751 

12 550 

1 028 

17 726 

42 983 



342 859 

222 602 

60 232 

53 680 

5 213 

1 142 



310 096 

291 410 

4 378 

463 

1 170 

1 330 

1 454 

8 448 

7 554 

784 

(D) 

(01 



380 582 

291 080 

260 095 

9 258 

21 727 
15 099 
42 461 

22 049 
9 893 



(01 
121 
(01 
(01 



157 893 
27 357 

(01 
(Dl 

53 265 

46 975 

45 659 

71 

235 

6 291 
1 563 

(0) 

200 

3 716 

(01 

50 497 

22 585 

(01 

7 511 
(Dl 

13 157 

3 497 

590 



122 633 

79 699 

56 393 

9 679 

2 122 

663 

S42 



43 399 368 



301 836 
349 788 
408 210 
113 178 
248 191 
20 574 
341 013 
820 882 



6 803 013 
4 523 083 
1 108 825 
1 044 575 
103 369 
23 161 



107 345 

739 717 

89 429 

9 539 

23 062 

25 325 

28 449 

152 373 

148 303 

14 070 

(Dl 

(01 



448 832 

709 539 

105 407 

200 930 

403 302 

308 082 

812 315 

434 325 

184 471 

(01 

75 724 

(01 

(D) 



2 970 565 



3 017 759 

514 081 

IDI 

(Dl 

1 047 794 

925 161 

919 409 

1 495 

4 257 

122 533 

30 137 

(01 

3 527 

74 323 

(D) 

949 022 

426 454 

(01 

141 587 

(Dl 

250 774 

57 721 

12 577 



377 093 

543 553 

279 675 

185 049 

45 513 

15 987 

17 328 



43 465 

17 574 

5 470 

1 235 

3 032 

263 

5 473 

10 419 



122 570 
70 917 
27 972 
20 987 
2 292 
502 



109 253 

101 652 

1 432 

255 

471 

625 

591 

3 658 

3 298 

360 

(01 

(01 



63 288 
60 541 
54 418 

1 854 
4 259 
4 203 

10 251 
6 008 

2 275 
(01 
950 
(0) 
(Dl 



56 401 

8 027 

(01 

(01 

20 424 

17 909 

17 801 

33 

75 

2 515 

652 

(01 

87 

1 564 
(01 

19 096 

7 135 

(01 

2 236 
(01 

4 394 

1 518 

200 



30 977 

19 951 

15 532 

2 054 

829 

274 

252 



7 382 

1 883 
756 
285 
638 

92 

2 092 
1 626 



5 219 
17 

1 415 

2 897 
687 
203 



29 631 
26 218 
724 
215 
547 
365 
209 
1 050 
879 
171 
(01 
(01 



10 954 

2 673 

2 476 

70 

127 

4 152 

2 538 

650 

741 

(01 

288 

10) 

(Dl 



7 903 

1 234 
(01 
(01 

2 739 
2 282 
2 225 

19 
36 

457 
100 
(01 
18 
246 
(01 



159 
162 
(Dl 
150 

(D) 
934 
521 



7 264 

4 497 

3 430 

432 

373 

95 

167 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC raa|or group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-37 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-cont 



inued 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No». 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



572 

5732 

5733 



58 
5812 



59PT(591I 
591 ( 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

591 

59<t2 

5913 

595 

5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 ( 

( 
597 

598 

5982 I 

( 
5983 
598iJ 

5992 
5993 
599« 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



«EST SOUTH CENTFJAL — CONTINUED 



FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIOi TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! . 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. 
DRUG STORES. 
PROPRIETARY 



STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAYi GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND *00D DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES' STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES. 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN--=^ 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL' ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS' STATIONERY 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

CANDY' NUT' CONFECTIONERY 

MILK' ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 
BUILDING MATERIALS' HARDWARE' FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT' VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL' ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES' RADIOS' TELEVISION . . 

FURNITURE' OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS' STATIONERY 

OTHER 



2 090 
70H 
631 
191 
UIO 



28 547 

20 868 

14 560 

692 

1 948 

568 

7 679 



5 351 

5 002 

349 



21 456 

4 069 

2 944 

420 

2 524 

480 

234 

246 

985 

883 

102 

1 719 

785 

198 

1 801 

1 673 

73 

320 

120 

1 160 

2 049 
231 
312 
183 
752 
977 
119 
121 
343 

43 

140 

1 532 



6 052 
328 



238 
13 

1 
3 

9 



57 
266 
357 

4 820 

119 

55 
352 
149 
288 

36 
168 
132 
116 
845 
151 
2 409 



1 752 
534 
463 
129 
334 



21 599 

17 162 

11 972 

572 

4 054 

454 

4 537 



001 
680 
321 



14 990 

2 865 

1 724 

110 

1 614 

375 

168 

208 

621 

549 

72 

1 409 

647 

188 

1 375 

1 315 

37 

110 

96 

1 072 

1 461 

159 

192 

165 

458 

933 

85 

53 

249 

21 

66 

618 



258 
295 

9 

236 

13 



80 
4 

41 
144 
119 



69 

27 
5 
1 

38 

14 
40 
70 
43 
39 
227 



200 093 

57 031 

58 712 
8 733 

49 979 



189 948 
010 857 
682 946 
105 536 
173 913 
48 452 
179 091 



732 345 

712 134 

20 211 



1 531 767 

333 580 

99 594 

10 086 

89 508 

39 009 

17 034 
21 975 

61 841 

57 988 

3 853 

368 821 

129 031 

15 579 

165 143 

164 617 

3 466 
7 823 

19 210 

134 118 

57 731 

9 781 

12 209 

18 177 
21 844 
43 922 

6 244 

4 763 
17 547 

IDI 

3 087 

(D) 



380 125 
(Dl 

35 730 
74 242 

1 716 

(Dl 
(D) 
547 
789 

2 954 

(Dl 

20 410 

341 

9 329 

56 023 

(Dl 

148 829 

10 973 

8 192 

25 593 

1 767 

12 335 
816 

3 681 

4 000 
10 757 
10 854 
19 755 
39 106 



194 523 

55 013 

56 258 
7 869 

48 389 



112 578 
971 575 
655 320 
105 418 
164 009 
45 828 
141 003 



723 753 

703 976 

19 777 



1 513 745 

289 772 

87 310 

7 042 
80 258 
37 729 
15 288 
21 441 

55 963 

(Dl 

IDI 

357 501 

124 755 

15 423 

159 055 

158 801 

3 194 

4 969 

18 858 
131 770 

51 501 

8 487 
10 227 
17 833 

19 178 
43 238 

5 755 

101 

15 347 

(Dl 

2 275 

(D) 



333 491 

(0) 

35 730 
74 162 

1 715 

(Dl 
(D) 
503 
555 

2 582 

(Dl 

18 780 
299 

9 141 

62 115 

(01 

112 397 

10 353 

8 016 

(D) 

(D) 

5 095 

(0) 

3 185 
10 153 

4 828 

19 005 
24 934 



26 387 

7 596 

8 849 
796 

8 053 



255 742 
235 372 
150 568 
30 013 
32 105 
12 585 
20 370 



101 176 

98 872 

2 304 



161 218 
15 220 
13 423 
972 
12 451 
6 083 

1 975 

4 108 

5 732 
(Dl 
(01 

21 254 
9 996 

2 285 
23 194 
25 535 

405 

921 

1 883 

22 326 

10 896 
918 

1 408 

2 255 
2 484 
8 852 
1 052 

(Dl 
1 913 
(Dl 
310 
(Dl 



57 338 
(D) 

15 985 

5 753 

14B 

(Dl 
(Dl 
52 

78 
280 

(Dl 

2 530 

28 
1 612 

3 986 
(Dl 

25 123 

1 809 

2 625 
(D) 
(Dl 
937 

(01 
747 

3 283 
924 

4 564 
3 580 



509 513 
153 059 
170 958 
14 548 
155 410 



077 221 
659 366 
138 729 
521 635 
555 245 
242 755 
417 855 



2 004 015 

1 957 057 

45 948 



134 468 

309 130 

265 179 

18 905 

246 274 

119 250 

41 690 

77 570 

128 475 

(01 

(Dl 

413 385 

192 431 

40 912 

433 495 

512 091 

7 547 

17 617 

35 700 

450 227 

205 158 

22 242 

27 653 

43 285 

49 855 

180 720 

21 497 

(D) 

43 140 

(Dl 

5 528 

(Dl 



1 157 221 

(Dl 

334 836 

118 807 

5 553 

(Dl 

(Dl 

970 

1 797 

5 222 

(Dl 

51 438 

531 

32 511 

77 054 

(Dl 

490 505 

34 221 

54 015 

(Dl 

(Dl 

16 652 

(Dl 
16 228 
53 785 
20 437 
88 487 
71 125 



5 825 

1 959 

2 231 
282 

1 949 



127 453 

115 559 

80 224 

13 112 

18 523 

4 700 

10 904 



34 732 
33 638 

1 094 



50 070 
5 872 
4 804 
302 
4 502 
1 809 
756 
1 043 



876 
(Dl 
(Dl 
754 
545 
653 
983 
444 
119 
325 
402 
598 



4 070 
378 
572 
598 

1 119 

2 233 
278 
(Dl 
966 
(01 
158 
(01 



15 577 
(Dl 

4 493 

2 062 

111 

(Dl 
(Dl 
20 
31 
93 



393 

874 

(Dl 



353 
781 
(Dl 
(Dl 
189 

(Dl 
179 
981 
257 
1 032 
1 085 



1 531 
689 
547 
184 
363 



28 769 

20 857 

15 on 

520 

4 842 

484 

7 912 



5 120 

4 752 

368 



20 720 

4 030 

2 948 

445 

2 502 

431 

205 

225 

970 
(Dl 

(Dl 
1 552 

623 

158 
1 558 

1 308 

75 
323 

91 
819 

2 241 
210 
319 
103 
790 

1 032 
128 
(01 
318 
(Dl 
148 
(Dl 



5 518 

(Dl 



(Dl 

(Dl 

10 

15 

41 

(Dl 

204 

7 

48 

246 

(Dl 

4 548 

105 

46 

(Dl 

(Dl 

289 

38 

(01 

121 

70 

832 

122 

2 355 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withlield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are stiown separately in ttiis table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-38 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and l(ind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No», 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



52 
521 

522 

523 

521 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 I 
( 
( 



54 


541 


542 ( 


543 


544 


545 


546 


5462 


5463 


549 ( 
{ 


55 EX.554 


551 


552 


553 1 



56 

551 1 567 

561 

567 

562-3.568 
562 



563.568 
563 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

57 1 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S, INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE. HETALWARE STORES . . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



142 
036 
442 
164 
411 
90 
098 
901 



2 816 
193 
854 

1 496 
153 
120 



8 600 

6 926 

304 

22 

185 

253 

211 

503 

421 

82 

41 

155 



4 661 

1 653 

1 406 

118 

129 

1 064 

1 025 

180 

739 

134 

134 

389 

82 



3 986 

694 

609 

85 

1 509 

1 175 

1 132 

23 

20 
334 

67 

58 

1 

158 

50 

746 
785 

47 
107 

24 
607 
175 

76 



696 
051 
379 
339 
189 
73 
71 



3 488 

935 
354 
130 
345 
40 
870 
803 



2 424 
193 
782 

1 266 
115 
58 



720 

636 

178 

10 

75 

167 

157 

415 

361 

54 

11 

71 



3 681 

1 643 

1 398 

118 

127 

552 

831 

180 

475 

80 

62 

303 

30 



3 434 

594 
565 

29 

1 337 

1 069 

1 038 

15 

16 

268 

45 

40 

1 

152 

30 

586 
709 

43 
107 

20 
539 
154 

54 



2 704 

1 477 

1 013 

267 

123 

33 

41 



10 147 423 



765 091 

284 864 

75 318 

17 358 

38 159 

5 143 

109 755 

234 494 



121 467 
668 905 
157 419 
259 922 
10 862 
4 359 



195 594 

108 893 

27 178 

1 172 

(01 

8 913 

(D) 

21 775 

ID) 

(D) 

1 739 

5 358 



043 785 

529 994 

423 477 

62 555 

143 961 

135 475 

132 319 

27 512 

118 385 

16 594 

10 384 

85 115 

6 291 



477 022 
83 853 
81 485 

2 368 

174 005 

146 519 

144 819 

972 

728 

27 485 

1 841 

(0). 

(D) 

16 485 

5 503 

128 228 
76 891 

3 658 
14 979 

1 297 

56 957 

9 721 

4 324 



454 572 

265 671 

224 932 

44 380 

(0) 

(0) 

3 816 



9 791 301 



748 577 

282 418 

73 925 

16 758 

36 531 

4 397 

103 257 

231 290 



112 839 
668 905 
166 289 
263 530 
10 248 
3 867 



113 310 

037 571 

(D) 

960 

(D) 

8 003 

(0) 

20 501 

(D) 

(D) 

965 

3 884 



2 013 lU 

1 629 696 

1 423 193 

62 556 

143 947 

117 989 

126 835 

27 512 

110 979 

(01 

9 252 

81 730 

(0) 



466 650 

81 873 

80 109 

1 764 

171 539 

144 723 

143 229 

856 

538 

26 815 

1 683 

(D) 

(Dl 

15 405 

5 269 

124 746 
75 147 

3 620 
14 961 

1 237 

55 329 

9 279 

4 066 



436 274 

275 853 

218 275 

42 292 

(01 

(Dl 

3 518 



92 099 

34 662 

10 521 

3 248 

5 327 

868 

12 590 

23 883 



155 049 
99 424 
26 545 
28 248 
1 300 
432 



168 175 

156 992 

(Dl 

104 

(0) 

1 209 

(0) 

5 131 

ID) 

(D) 

95 

514 



201 608 
160 029 
138 445 

5 895 
14 588 

8 624 
20 642 

3 198 

9 115 
(0) 

1 050 

6 039 

ID) 



63 474 

11 685 

11 347 

339 

24 089 

20 109 

19 897 

144 

68 

3 980 

289 

ID) 

ID) 

2 407 

843 

16 115 

10 098 

490 

2 092 

173 

7 343 

1 017 

469 



64 272 
41 386 
31 335 

7 464 
(01 
(0) 
514 



23 979 067 



BOO 591 
667 417 
201 895 

57 543 
125 089 

16 053 
258 315 
452 258 



089 220 
958 228 
514 538 
581 333 
25 618 
9 503 



438 951 

207 930 

ID) 

2 447 

ID) 

25 489 

ID) 

104 530 

(0) 

(01 

1 754 

10 569 



096 597 
237 614 
801 234 
143 515 
292 855 
187 202 
420 321 

55 308 

185 152 

ID) 

20 812 

125 127 

10) 



1 830 803 



264 088 
232 275 
224 975 

7 300 

487 363 
397 799 
392 843 

3 797 
1 159 

89 564 

5 535 

(Dl 

ID) 

58 032 

16 597 

312 850 
199 782 

8 473 
42 712 

4 103 
ia4 494 

22 461 

9 357 



311 199 

839 525 

633 519 

151 505 

(0) 

(0) 

11 631 



19 764 
7 054 

2 174 
518 

1 318 
206 

3 444 

4 940 



52 818 

31 102 

11 564 

9 506 

455 

191 



49 936 

45 596 

ID) 

43 

(D) 

559 

(Dl 

2 070 

(D) 

(D) 

28 

173 



38 732 
29 559 
25 600 



1 301 

2 668 
2 052 
4 351 

844 
1 905 
10) 
213 
1 232 
(01 



20 144 

2 920 

2 824 

95 

8 422 

7 103 

7 030 

45 

27 

1 319 

116 

(01 

(D> 

878 

177 



338 
879 
114 
603 
52 
110 
439 
146 



14 314 

8 804 

6 570 

1 499 

(01 

(Dl 

142 



2 972 
455 
313 
142 
252 
92 

1 024 
594 



927 
7 
428 
205 
145 
141 



910 
210 
(Dl 

27 
(01 
232 
(0) 
527 
(0) 
(Dl 

41 
157 



625 
983 
854 
61 
58 
071 
822 
147 
602 

ID) 
129 
255 

ID) 



3 157 

580 

492 

88 

1 210 
954 
903 

27 

24 
256 

40 
(0) 
(0) 
123 

43 

611 

478 

20 

55 

14 

379 

187 

91 



3 061 

1 747 

1 138 

278 

ID) 

ID) 

67 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately In this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-39 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and hai of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



572 

5732 

5733 



5S 
5612 



59PT(591I 
591 ( 



59 EX.591 
592 

593 

5932 

5933 

59U 

5942 

5913 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 I 



597 
598 
5982 

5983 

598t 

5992 
5993 

599U 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



MOUNTA IN — CONT INUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES— CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIO. TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERA6ES1. 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. . . . 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES. . . . 
OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES . . . 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. . . . 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN— 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN- 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL" ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS. TELEVISION . . 

FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS. STATIONERY 

OTHER 



892 

3te 

t05 

92 

313 



It 528 
9 894 
7 319 
182 
2 121 
272 
4 634 



2 325 

2 230 

95 



864 
158 
132 
026 
286 
147 
139 

805 

710 

95 

509 

280 

102 

943 

729 

150 

55 

87 

437 

651 

150 

173 

184 

686 

544 

47 

127 

196 

42 

87 

742 



2 964 
133 

10 

113 

6 

2 

1 
3 
6 
5 
37 



80 
11 
34 
71 
176 

2 409 

65 

22 

162 

46 

128 

22 

78 

48 

114 

473 

104 

1 147 



654 
302 
271 
52 
209 



11 852 
8 360 
5 129 
182 
1 837 
212 
3 492 



2 178 

2 096 

82 



6 872 
1 354 
524 
24 
600 
228 
105 
123 

447 
388 

59 
405 
216 

88 
540 
579 
100 

19 

65 
395 

493 

94 

101 

158 

442 

504 

37 

45 

128 

14 

37 

238 



612 
153 

10 
109 
5 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 

19 



34 

3 

14 

39 

44 



43 
8 



6 
32 

21 
22 

145 



98 529 
36 481 
33 891 
4 078 
29 813 



792 851 

590 929 

461 273 

22 066 

88 235 

19 355 

201 922 



428 776 

421 401 

7 375 



755 505 

185 520 

41 911 

1 814 

40 097 

21 596 

(Dl 

(Dl 

52 945 

(0) 

ID] 

109 381 

(0) 

7 986 

51 148 

69 109 

5 664 

(01 

12 195 

10) 

ID) 

(D) 

7 534 

15 108 

28 720 

24 455 

(0) 

4 827 

9 938 

1 372 

(Dl 

(D) 



155 159 
(0) 

(Dl 
32 499 

1 732 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
157 
275 

1 817 

(0) 

7 762 
(Dl 

1 159 
15 232 

(01 

74 410 

7 170 

5 188 

2 232 
998 

8 260 
428 

1 519 
950 

6 118 
5 038 
8 562 

26 947 



93 997 
35 607 
30 807 
3 675 
27 131 



753 095 

571 087 

445 903 

(0) 

84 557 

(D) 

182 008 



423 792 

416 759 

7 033 



707 187 

170 860 

36 249 

842 

35 407 

20 932 

(01 

(Dl 

46 975 

101 

(D) 

106 511 

(Dl 

7 888 
55 934 
65 615 

6 082 

(D) 

11 758 

(01 

(D) 

(Dl 

6 192 

15 444 

25 740 

23 921 

(0) 

3 743 

8 872 
1 042 

(D) 
(Dl 



141 425 
(01 

(Dl 
32 395 

1 732 
(01 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 657 

IDI 

7 086 

(01 

1 013 

14 392 

ID) 

10) 

5 965 
(0) 
(Dl 

5 438 

537 

574 

5 406 

1 850 

7 872 

20 193 



13 718 
4 575 
4 592 
457 
4 135 



182 255 

149 734 

122 003 

(01 

16 805 

(0) 

32 522 



56 845 

55 054 

791 



82 158 

11 315 

5 221 

94 

5 127 

3 306 

101 

(01 

5 830 
10) 
10) 

7 378 
10) 

1 192 

8 325 
10 815 

796 
IDI 

1 533 
(Dl 

(0) 
(D) 
700 

2 141 

3 511 

4 377 
(0) 

601 
988 
152 
IDI 
101 



22 632 

101 

(01 

2 521 
208 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
IDI 
252 

IDI 

1 Oil 
IDI 
147 

1 375 
(Dl 

(Dl 

1 420 
(Dl 
(01 

722 

112 
107 

1 975 
371 

1 834 

3 500 



279 373 

95 833 

95 357 

9 692 

85 675 



833 690 
122 053 
532 855 

10) 
359 307 

(Dl 
711 837 



155 094 

135 604 

19 490 



681 576 

222 981 

130 085 

1 981 

128 104 

72 889 

(01 

(Dl 

119 229 
(0) 
(D) 

145 192 

(01 

20 548 

156 420 

242 333 

19 204 

(Dl 

31 786 

IDI 

101 

101 

13 914 

45 110 

80 387 

84 001 

(Dl 

11 755 

24 956 

2 907 

IDl 

101 



477 056 
IDI 

101 
52 620 

5 459 
101 
101 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

5 652 

(01 

21 410 

(Ul 

2 815 

30 010 

IDI 

101 

25 570 
101 
101 

15 744 

2 216 

1 962 
37 550 

9 415 
34 538 
59 720 



3 217 
1 121 
1 172 
143 
1 029 



80 051 
67 342 
53 107 

101 
9 492 

101 
12 719 



17 257 

15 926 

329 



22 935 

3 500 

1 899 

39 

1 850 

972 

101 

(Dl 

1 637 
(01 
(Dl 

1 753 
(01 
304 

2 280 
2 556 

290 
(Dl 
306 
101 

IDI 

101 

270 

554 

1 424 

1 Oil 

101 

165 

405 

43 

IDI 

(01 



5 705 
(01 

IDI 
943 

85 
IDI 
IDI 
(01 
(0) 
(0) 

74 

(0) 

211 

ID) 

36 

337 

IDI 

IDI 

256 
10) 
IDI 

163 

24 
27 
515 
114 
409 
942 



555 
294 
364 
85 
279 



15 096 

10 135 

7 557 

(01 

2 216 

(0) 

4 961 



1 945 

1 849 

95 



9 434 
1 537 
1 144 
148 
995 
259 
10) 
(Dl 

805 
101 
10) 
410 
(01 

69 
694 
398 
143 
ID) 

72 
101 

101 
101 
178 
122 
701 
505 
(01 
U5 
200 
39 
(01 
(01 



2 666 
(01 

101 
7 
1 
ID) 
ID) 
(D) 
(01 
101 
36 



75 
101 
29 
61 

101 



50 

101 

101 

46 

123 

22 

77 

47 

92 

470 

84 

1 094 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in ttiis table. 



1-40 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and Itind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



52 
521 

522 

523 

52U 

5251 

5252 



S3 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



51 

511 

5U2 

5113 

5W 

515 

546 

5162 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 
551 



552 
553 



S6 

5611567 

561 

567 

562-31 568 
562 



563 1568 
563 



565 
566 



564 
569 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5714 

5715 

5719 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE i 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS .... 
HEATING PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRV GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORESt VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

BOAT DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

HEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

BRIDAL SHOPS 

MATERNITY SHOPS 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES ..... 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE' METALWARE STORES . . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



8 584 

1 821 

1 116 

355 

1 439 
233 

2 681 
939 



6 175 

511 

2 503 

2 127 

601 

433 



27 098 

18 982 

2 112 

323 

717 

770 

605 

2 618 

2 020 

598 

228 

743 



11 447 

3 138 

2 391 

430 

317 

2 973 

3 139 
325 

1 872 
402 
627 
694 
149 



13 854 
2 796 

2 288 
508 

5 952 

4 271 

4 104 

68 

99 

1 681 

185 

215 

31 

990 

260 

1 356 

2 921 
218 
445 
177 

2 081 
712 
117 



13 059 

7 761 

5 045 

1 082 

881 

279 

474 



788 
649 
846 
293 
035 
167 
033 
765 



127 
511 
217 
733 
457 
209 



17 878 
12 534 

1 172 
159 
341 
556 
433 

2 176 
1 760 

416 
116 
391 



315 
124 
383 
424 
317 
997 
569 
325 
300 
290 
363 
556 
91 



11 596 

2 312 

2 056 

256 



34 646 339 



1 674 228 

620 084 

220 260 

45 456 

142 943 

(Dl 

312 491 

(D) 



4 468 661 

3 297 427 

521 701 

582 434 

(D) 

IDI 



064 

685 

548 

56 

81 

379 

121 

161 

29 

896 

172 

946 
567 
210 
439 
153 
785 
634 
53 



9 325 
5 265 
3 363 

888 
601 
135 
278 



935 284 

360 091 

208 946 

(Dl 

(Dl 

40 636 

48 198 

140 447 

(D) 

(Dl 

18 650 

47 214 



567 743 

247 494 

446 589 

335 299 

465 606 

522 063 

424 407 

(01 

(Dl 

61 506 

73 342 

(01 

(Dl 



2 589 636 



1 842 678 

411 647 

394 907 

16 940 

753 980 

615 798 

607 772 

4 063 
3 943 

138 182 

5 505 
(01 
(Dl 

96 897 
21 908 

257 176 

361 804 

20 461 

(Dl 

ID) 

231 451 

(Dl 

(Dl 



1 790 321 

1 116 410 

836 127 

179 048 

(Dl 

(01 

25 513 



33 507 344 



625 015 
513 938 

(Dl 
44 684 

(Dl 

(Dl 
293 681 

(Dl 



4 448 961 

3 297 427 

516 513 

572 464 

(01 

(Dl 



595 032 

092 917 

173 552 

(Dl 

(01 

36 930 

44 508 

132 423 

(Dl 

(01 

15 628 

(131 



518 058 

245 169 

445 322 

335 241 

465 605 

485 567 

410 615 

(Dl 

(01 

58 582 

66 454 

IDI 

(Dl 



2 472 930 



1 796 892 

402 049 

(Dl 

(01 

738 820 

604 976 

597 486 

3 667 

3 623 
133 844 

4 745 
(Dl 
(D) 

95 459 
20 518 

256 602 

343 780 

20 233 

(Dl 

(Dl 

224 407 

(Dl 

(Dl 



1 713 237 

1 065 834 

601 661 

172 422 

(01 

(01 

21 729 



4 274 821 



208 284 

74 331 

(01 

8 178 

(Dl 

(01 

39 126 

(Dl 



600 297 

445 459 

82 706 

54 256 

(01 

(01 



701 699 

622 175 

15 523 

(Dl 

(01 

6 025 

5 528 

35 545 

(01 

(01 

1 322 

(01 



581 555 

540 335 

452 261 

40 269 

47 766 

35 575 

70 309 

(01 

(01 

7 097 

7 244 

(Dl 

(Dl 



251 857 

52 300 

(01 

(01 

109 090 

90 567 

69 460 

725 

501 

18 403 

649 

(01 

(01 

12 952 

2 696 

35 384 

48 715 

2 568 

101 

IDI 

30 565 

(01 

(01 



243 045 

167 476 

112 839 

29 090 

(01 

(01 

3 796 



90 440 888 



4 303 225 

1 499 034 

IDI 

170 372 

101 

101 

618 359 

(Dl 



12 436 009 

9 318 706 

1 519 339 

1 329 231 

101 

IDI 



14 447 980 

12 704 324 

355 305 

101 

IDI 

133 924 

126 041 

786 676 

(Dl 

(Dl 

28 577 

(01 



14 070 182 

11 086 776 

9 245 332 

632 049 

1 009 395 

759 213 

1 457 981 

(Dl 

(Dl 

153 863 

139 850 

(01 

(Dl 



5 309 852 

1 240 823 

(0) 
(01 

2 258 915 
1 870 746 
1 844 566 

14 691 

11 499 

388 169 

17 776 

(Dl 

IDI 

256 470 

55 966 

711 505 

967 616 

50 465 

IDI 

(Dl 

690 106 

(Dl 

(01 



126 770 

300 374 

329 965 

622 466 

(Dl 

(Dl 

87 549 



1 132 758 



40 904 

12 998 

IDI 

1 519 

IDI 

101 

9 755 

101 



185 644 

132 041 

32 543 

18 379 

IDI 

101 



157 450 

133 122 

3 833 

101 

IDI 

2 460 

1 911 

11 904 

101 

IDI 

391 

101 



113 090 
84 436 
69 937 

6 467 
8 014 

7 505 
13 733 

101 
IDI 
1 608 
1 310 
IDI 
IDI 



74 138 

14 497 

IDI 

101 

34 552 

26 327 

27 875 
247 
205 

5 235 
338 
IDI 
(01 

4 639 
574 

10 456 
12 059 
591 
IDI 
(01 
7 570 
IDI 
IDI 



60 965 

32 052 

22 476 

6 144 

(01 

(01 

1 128 



387 
190 
(01 
312 
(Dl 
(01 
642 
(Dl 



4 463 

23 

1 506 

1 824 

IDI 

ID) 



26 417 

16 221 

2 410 

101 

(01 

665 

520 

2 666 

(Dl 

101 

251 

101 



9 235 
1 596 

1 237 
209 
149 

3 021 

2 733 
IDI 
(Dl 
369 
592 

(01 
(Dl 



11 329 

2 437 
(01 
(01 

6 145 

3 717 
3 570 

70 
77 
1 426 
134 
(01 
101 
824 
237 

1 227 
1 656 
-90 
IDI 
(01 
1 292 
(Dl 
(01 



11 997 
7 152 
4 536 
918 
(01 
(01 
511 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-41 



TABLES Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Division and kind o1 business 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



572 

5732 

5733 



56 
5812 



59PT(591) 
591 I 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

59U 

5942 

59«3 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 I 

( 
597 
598 
5982 1 

( 
5983 
5981 

5992 
5993 
599« 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



53 PART* 
532 



PACIFIC—CONTINUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES — CON. 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES . 
RADIOi TELEVISION STORES . . 
MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI. 



DRUG STORES> PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES! SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOKi STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAYi GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEKELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEKS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 

DEPARTMENT STORE MERCHANDISE 

OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

FOOD 

AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISE 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. APPAREL. ACCESSORIES. 

OTHER APPAREL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT . . . 

BOOKS' STATIONERY 

OTHER 



MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN~ 

CANDY' NUT. CONFECTIONERY 

MILK. ICE CREAM 

OTHER BEVERAGES 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

OTHER 



DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 
DEALING PRIMARILY IN — 
BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES 

FRUIT. VEGETABLES 

MILK 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 

OTHER FOOD 

APPAREL. ACCESSORIES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. RADIOS' TELEVISION . . 

FURNITURE. OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS 

BOOKS' STATIONERY 

OTHER 



2 219 
1 761 
1 318 

mo 

908 



12 918 

30 150 

21 233 

817 

6 304 

1 766 

12 768 



5 520 

5 252 

268 



31 062 

5 537 

3 653 

586 

3 067 

1 340 

559 

781 



133 
716 
417 
830 
640 
532 
716 
469 
302 
127 
550 
490 



078 
515 
621 
630 
687 
917 
183 
228 
823 
152 
542 
535 



959 
593 

12 

243 

27 

4 

9 

8 

21 

32 

237 



255 

37 
123 
264 
519 



141 
51 
416 
211 
443 
231 
574 
275 
230 
617 
330 
439 



1 623 

1 541 
896 
250 
646 



35 394 
24 772 
17 503 

813 
5 430 

925 
10 622 



5 225 

5 025 

200 



21 064 

4 917 

1 899 

102 

1 797 

1 012 

353 

559 

1 345 

1 110 

235 

654 

482 

555 

1 734 

1 105 

154 

51 

445 

444 

1 522 
284 
341 
540 
947 

1 735 
149 
114 
511 
102 
244 
871 



1 731 

429 

12 

241 

27 

4 

9 

4 

13 

10 

109 



77 

11 

57 

108 

151 



73 

1 

16 

23 

102 
77 
94 

427 



305 520 
230 387 
137 004 
36 342 
100 552 



952 189 
309 452 
747 081 
110 824 
328 973 
122 584 
542 727 



1 304 294 

1 256 597 

47 597 



852 319 

884 120 

161 548 

(Dl 

(Dl 

126 777 

55 284 

71 493 

152 885 

(D) 

(Dl 

313 052 

142 278 

(Dl 

248 227 

198 538 

(Dl 

3 215 

114 637 

(0) 

(Dl 

(01 

31 753 

90 740 

61 529 

84 890 

15 231 

(01 

47 132 

(01 

(01 

77 504 



548 785 
(Dl 

(0) 

97 449 

22 885 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 525 

1 064 

19 450 

153 455 

44 996 
(Dl 

20 043 
58 282 

(0) 

(Dl 

14 121 

13 204 

5 655 

3 986 

29 058 
(Dl 

19 513 

4 191 

21 062 
25 770 

30 332 
95 579 



293 152 

225 873 

128 378 

34 004 

94 374 



2 832 897 

2 228 732 

1 598 231 

(Dl 

316 501 

(Dl 

504 165 



1 294 870 

1 248 787 

45 083 



2 660 815 

844 592 

141 854 

(D) 

ID) 

120 809 

52 204 

58 605 

135 045 
(01 
(01 
IDl 

138 266 
(Dl 

231 255 

191 514 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

25 859 

88 246 

52 209 

81 232 

15 695 

(Dl 

42 392 

(01 

(01 

52 148 



545 605 
(Dl 

(Dl 

97 421 

22 885 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

17 445 

137 576 

42 384 

IDl 

19 315 

54 158 

(01 

(01 

13 033 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

17 226 

(Dl 

5 213 

1 597 

19 582 

10 598 

28 176 

71 543 



40 108 
29 398 
16 063 
2 823 
13 240 



745 780 

515 249 

490 434 

(Dl 

57 032 

(Dl 

129 531 



191 904 

186 203 

5 701 



303 682 

52 086 

26 337 

(01 

(01 

18 765 

7 394 

11 371 

16 722 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 

14 289 
IDl 

36 745 
31 304 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

101 
IDl 

3 741 

12 293 
6 909 

15 525 
2 985 

(01 

4 879 
(01 
(01 

8 977 






92 612 

(01 

(01 
7 553 
3 359 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(01 

2 545 

18 932 

7 209 
101 

3 645 
5 154 

(01 

(01 

3 080 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 

3 528 
(Dl 

1 178 
259 

5 992 

2 554 
5 919 

12 023 



847 692 
630 158 
347 546 
62 988 
284 558 



16 663 427 

13 737 256 

10 954 833 

(01 

1 548 974 

101 

2 925 161 



4 046 755 

3 930 658 

115 097 



403 700 
121 534 
554 980 
(Dl 
(01 
415 571 
163 308 
252 363 

363 703 
(01 
(01 
(01 

286 512 
(Dl 

753 152 

571 153 
(01 
IDl 
(01 
(01 

(01 

101 

79 150 

239 981 

157 151 

315 514 

64 230 

IDl 

108 967 

IDl 

101 

208 949 



2 024 395 
101 

(01 

164 863 

137 648 

(01 

(01 

(01 

101 

(01 

57 155 

386 713 

134 031 

(01 

76 220 

108 155 
101 

IDl 

55 830 

(01 

(01 

(01 

72 988 

IDl 

25 503 

5 049 

139 726 

66 174 

128 685 

254 064 



8 595 
6 311 
3 B98 
788 
3 110 



282 189 

237 922 

184 460 

(01 

32 443 

(Dl 

44 257 



45 845 

44 438 

1 408 



76 705 
14 934 

7 589 
(01 
(Dl 

5 712 

2 516 

3 196 

4 576 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 

2 885 
101 

8 173 

5 951 
(01 
(01 
101 
IDl 

(01 
(01 

1 357 

2 515 

2 852 

3 434 
631 

(01 

1 981 
101 
IDl 

2 540 



24 093 
101 

101 
2 383 

2 418 

(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
751 

3 715 

1 223 

(01 

726 
920 
(01 

(01 

569 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

548 

(01 

153 

74 

1 497 

536 

1 393 

3 484 



1 890 

1 738 

1 207 

409 

798 



45 290 
30 889 
22 US 

(01 
5 471 

(01 
14 401 



4 742 

4 467 

275 



30 560 
5 922 
3 501 

(01 
(01 

1 255 
480 
785 

2 170 
(01 
(01 
(01 
475 
(01 

2 505 
1 012 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
101 

(01 
(Dl 
534 
542 
1 853 

1 847 
174 
(01 
837 
(01 
(Dl 

2 771 



9 370 
(01 

IDl 
6 
IS 
(01 
101 
IDl 
(01 
101 
198 



245 
101 
120 
248 
530 

101 

116 
(01 
101 
IDl 
448 
(Dl 
579 
280 
170 

1 503 
251 

3 342 



Standari) Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittitield to avoid disclosure. 
•Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are stiown separately in this table. 



(NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



1-42 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and 



Region, division, and State 



Retail trade, total 



Establishments 



Total 



(number) 



With 

payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 



(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Lumber yards 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



UNITED STATES! TOTAL . 

REGIONSl 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE *EST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 1 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES" 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 



THE SOUTH 1 

SOUTH ATLANTIC . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 

THE WESTl 

MOUNTAIN 

PACIFIC 

NEir ENGLAND I 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. . . . 

VERMONT 

MASSACHUSETTS. . . . 
RHODE ISLAND .... 
CONNECTICUT 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 

NEW YORK 

NEW JERSEY 

PENNSYLVANIA .... 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL" 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL" 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA .... 
SOUTH DAKOTA .... 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 

SOUTH ATLANTIC" 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA, . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL" 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI 

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL" 

ARKANSAS 

LOUISIANA 

OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 

MOUNTAIN" 

MONTANA 

IDAHO 

WYOMING 

COLORADO 

NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA 

UTAH 

NEVADA 

PACIFIC" 

WASHINGTON 

OREGON 

CALIFORNIA 

ALASKA 

HAWAII 



439 413 
491 996 
512 994 
263 526 



102 713 
336 700 



333 723 
158 275 



239 167 
HI 565 
162 262 



69 263 
194 253 



10 093 

7 045 
4 561 

47 192 

8 821 
25 001 



164 480 

62 630 

109 590 



84 346 

43 261 
92 069 
69 758 

44 289 



32 467 
30 915 
42 304 

6 692 

7 657 
16 057 
22 183 



4 456 
23 901 

5 396 
32 205 
15 915 
43 857 
22 155 
36 987 
53 293 



30 107 
33 226 
29 065 
19 157 



18 273 
24 509 
22 974 
95 406 



7 797 

7 311 

4 004 

17 294 

9 044 

12 876 

7 363 

3 574 



25 430 

17 276 

144 372 

1 507 

4 578 



303 155 

358 481 
348 059 
196 362 



73 673 
229 482 



240 384 
118 097 



161 242 
59 453 
117 374 



51 949 
144 433 



7 521 
5 105 

3 275 
34 450 

5 753 
17 559 



114 414 
42 696 
72 170 



51 888 
32 214 
63 997 
51 568 
30 717 



23 857 
23 123 
30 356 

5 194 

6 007 
11 897 
17 541 



3 258 
17 795 

4 674 

22 612 
10 669 
27 009 
13 544 

23 958 
37 703 



16 213 
21 404 
16 039 
11 797 



12 739 
17 961 
17 294 
69 380 



5 933 

5 353 
3 018 

13 026 

6 512 
9 586 
5 733 
2 774 



19 516 

12 980 

107 312 

1 271 

3 354 



244 201 777 



52 035 880 
71 555 430 
65 706 705 
44 793 762 



15 087 951 
46 947 929 



50 611 215 
21 054 215 



32 364 547 
12 351 047 
20 991 111 



10 147 423 
34 546 339 



185 385 
681 814 
535 128 
431 169 
125 878 
928 576 



23 977 310 

9 059 926 

13 910 593 



12 905 181 

6 475 730 

15 190 141 

10 655 344 

5 184 819 



541 290 
887 599 
946 165 
871 299 
875 543 
095 624 
835 675 



712 673 
237 061 
417 703 
790 120 
779 335 
975 282 
272 632 
570 023 
609 717 



3 174 255 

4 009 128 
3 253 433 
1 914 221 



1 984 375 
3 391 164 

2 900 176 
12 715 376 



965 734 

947 044 

465 311 

2 546 516 

1 166 296 

2 015 339 
1 209 951 

707 120 



4 042 529 

2 679 337 

26 886 554 

264 408 

751 411 



233 084 584 



56 737 293 
56 744 487 
62 304 259 
43 298 545 



384 281 
353 012 



48 546 018 
20 196 469 



30 775 093 
11 414 999 
20 114 167 



9 791 301 
33 507 344 



1 135 162 
836 496 
505 132 
7 118 323 
1 061 142 
3 726 026 



22 693 155 

8 538 758 

13 121 079 



12 411 511 

5 244 950 

14 553 808 

10 430 696 

4 906 851 



341 374 
720 937 
599 183 
840 253 
641 985 
002 494 
750 233 



665 957 
4 105 709 
1 401 241 
4 589 446 

1 657 074 
4 625 054 

2 097 406 
4 292 777 
7 310 429 



2 913 557 

3 742 594 
3 006 761 
1 750 057 



1 859 355 
3 257 640 

2 776 642 
12 208 130 



925 942 
902 042 
457 117 
550 246 
120 296 
949 779 
175 721 
689 156 



3 686 043 

2 561 609 

26 036 577 

277 136 

725 977 



18 733 
37 266 
23 978 
12 726 



4 531 
14 102 



21 924 
15 342 



9 737 

5 297 

6 944 



4 142 
8 584 



543 
341 
321 

2 015 
325 

1 085 



5 530 
2 513 
4 859 



5 120 

3 177 
5 776 

4 529 
3 322 



3 285 
3 459 
2 770 
1 028 
953 

1 739 

2 066 



197 
962 
136 

1 345 
700 

1 733 
817 

1 543 

2 302 



1 601 

1 573 

1 229 

894 



1 095 
1 236 
1 501 
5 112 



684 
503 
293 
1 065 
455 
509 
405 
128 



1 523 

1 083 

5 827 

86 

55 



14 061 
30 024 
20 422 
10 276 



3 591 

10 490 



15 935 
13 066 



6 213 
4 379 

7 830 



3 486 
5 788 



417 
275 
247 
1 569 
240 
823 



4 915 
1 933 
3 541 



3 954 

2 551 

4 426 

3 411 
2 572 



2 775 
2 969 
2 332 
908 
837 
1 459 
1 806 



157 
772 
114 

1 205 
580 

1 459 
707 

1 329 

1 860 



1 279 

1 303 

1 027 

770 



965 
1 084 
1 319 
4 452 



564 
495 
255 
915 
389 
419 
323 
108 



1 251 
651 

4 565 
64 
47 



14 505 835 



2 535 245 
5 375 523 
4 154 649 
2 439 319 



728 851 
1 906 394 



14 183 348 



123 512 

253 Oil 



727 712 
697 902 
529 035 



765 091 
674 228 



68 471 
53 638 
40 443 

324 761 
50 585 

190 953 



869 140 
363 780 
633 474 



758 485 
470 485 
875 788 
608 344 
409 508 



460 788 
488 482 
429 653 
181 682 
140 939 
266 547 
264 920 



35 255 
187 673 

26 279 
254 811 

93 276 
353 749 
148 179 
264 532 
333 848 



233 364 
273 176 
212 594 
176 748 



236 490 
224 751 
230 148 
837 636 



107 937 

112 737 

42 016 

194 064 

78 619 

116 081 

76 584 

35 053 



255 723 

156 629 

1 214 764 

17 553 

18 549 



533 523 
202 569 
072 553 
374 593 



708 875 
824 646 



3 009 720 
2 192 949 



1 694 962 

874 130 

1 503 471 



748 577 
1 525 015 



66 173 
52 382 
39 163 

316 557 
49 039 

185 451 



648 962 
366 944 
608 742 



734 094 
458 020 
642 518 
583 155 
391 932 



445 266 
475 144 
416 323 
177 870 
137 685 
259 453 
278 196 



34 733 
183 515 

25 779 
250 987 

91 272 
348 099 
145 551 
278 872 
325 154 



225 274 
255 722 
207 845 
175 266 



233 244 
220 845 
226 298 
623 084 



105 655 

109 645 

41 090 

190 580 

75 523 

115 Oil 

74 562 

34 391 



249 737 

150 535 

180 226 

16 999 

18 419 



215 
414 
219 
857 



850 
365 



939 

475 



1 541 
966 

2 712 



1 036 
1 621 



90 
75 
41 

362 
61 

201 



113 
435 
817 



848 
507 
1 114 
718 
652 



718 
775 
543 
241 
242 
372 
484 



37 
142 

11 
208 
136 
246 
132 
243 
384 



324 
268 
195 
159 



240 
366 

495 
1 611 



163 
157 

81 
251 
121 
114 
119 

30 



359 

276 

151 

27 



1 082 667 

1 833 363 

1 465 726 

904 948 



318 724 
753 943 



155 019 
578 344 



555 951 
278 575 
521 092 



264 864 
620 064 



21 181 

22 018 
11 531 

137 889 

27 782 

98 323 



346 732 
157 901 
247 310 



294 034 
166 973 
311 812 
230 298 
149 902 



155 583 
143 149 
143 464 
40 148 
35 500 
70 540 
88 860 



16 337 

76 132 

10 830 

72 669 

34 355 

91 558 

46 582 

81 124 

135 334 



84 767 
82 534 
64 727 
46 547 



59 898 

90 602 

121 433 

349 159 



25 593 
30 293 
15 829 
85 098 
28 865 
53 057 
34 228 
11 900 



87 583 

58 859 

459 468 

9 774 

4 400 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-43 



States by Kind of Business: 1963 









Lumber, building 


materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers— Continued 










Building materials 


Heating, plumbing 


Pain 


, glass 


Electrical supply 


Hardwarp <;tnrP5; 


Farm equipment 






dealers 


equipment dealers 


wallpaper stores 


stores 






dealers 


Region, 
diuision, 
and State 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


ments 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




10 27U 


1 735 042 


4 648 


385 575 


11 517 


881 977 


1 502 


129 687 


29 595 


2 559 577 


16 362 


3 526 072 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


2 590 


372 335 


984 


99 202 


3 175 


245 244 


397 


48 155 


6 652 


531 522 


1 720 


256 009 


NE 


2 971 


418 615 


2 295 


136 943 


3 754 


247 779 


481 


27 097 


11 639 


971 409 


8 512 


1 741 417 


N.C. 


3 155 


648 494 


850 


86 716 


2 838 


207 852 


301 


(01 


7 325 


634 400 


4 290 


(01 


SOUTH 


1 558 


295 598 


519 


62 814 


1 650 


181 102 


323 


(01 


3 779 


422 245 


1 840 


(Dl 


WEST 


685 


103 310 


231 


24 477 


821 


58 105 


68 


9 015 


1 578 


159 812 


398 


55 407 


NE 
N.E. 


1 905 


269 025 


753 


74 725 


2 354 


187 139 


329 


39 150 


5 074 


371 810 


1 322 


200 502 


M.A. 


2 058 


296 829 


1 594 


99 706 


2 628 


163 446 


280 


14 490 


7 252 


512 440 


4 053 


781 662 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


913 


121 786 


601 


37 237 


1 126 


84 333 


201 


12 507 


4 577 


358 959 


4 449 


959 735 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


1 362 


329 914 


383 


36 574 


1 220 


84 249 


139 


(0) 


3 546 


315 783 


1 546 


(D) 


S.A. 


730 


154 465 


163 


16 637 


587 


40 542 


66 


6 343 


1 787 


155 449 


998 


245 771 


E.S.C. 


1 063 


164 095 


304 


33 505 


1 031 


83 051 


96 


6 558 


1 992 


153 168 


1 745 


457 555 


W.S.C. 
WEST 


442 


75 318 


164 


17 358 


411 


38 159 


90 


5 143 


1 098 


109 755 


901 


234 494 


MT. 


1 116 


220 280 


355 


45 456 


1 439 


142 943 


233 


(Dl 


2 681 


312 491 


939 


(Dl 


PAC. 


80 


10 984 


31 


3 956 


42 


(01 


3 


(01 


195 


18 213 


101 


11 538 


N.E. 
MAINE 


42 


7 956 


14 


1 099 


47 


3 631 


5 


370 


lis 


12 094 


40 


6 470 


N.H. 


32 


4 545 


25 


2 150 


34 


1 485 


- 


. 


110 


8 316 


79 


12 415 


VT. 


302 


46 341 


94 


10 497 


402 


29 059 


42 


5 929 


703 


82 150 


90 


12 695 


MASS. 


53 


8 606 


11 


852 


65 


3 555 


7 


577 


110 


7 365 


18 


1 636 


R.I. 


176 


24 878 


56 


5 923 


230 


18 098 


11 


1 708 


341 


31 574 


70 


10 349 


CONN. 


838 


110 475 


356 


38 372 


1 181 


102 191 


155 


20 512 


2 409 


177 455 


578 


91 402 


M.A. 

N.Y. 


445 


58 546 


99 


13 395 


476 


40 400 


75 


12 685 


970 


69 775 


112 


21 077 


N.J. 


622 


100 004 


298 


22 958 


597 


44 546 


98 


5 953 


1 695 


124 578 


532 


88 123 


PA. 


584 


92 660 


373 


22 383 


703 


47 268 


77 


5 205 


1 712 


162 929 


823 


134 006 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


302 


45 759 


288 


15 934 


358 


19 617 


29 


656 


918 


68 800 


575 


150 747 


IND. 


460 


62 444 


384 


25 928 


812 


51 238 


71 


3 448 


1 854 


150 880 


1 081 


271 038 


ILL. 


473 


64 138 


403 


22 160 


465 


29 218 


58 


3 250 


1 705 


143 477 


706 


115 603 


MICH. 


239 


31 828 


246 


13 301 


289 


15 105 


45 


1 930 


1 073 


85 354 


778 


110 086 


WIS. 


159 


22 568 


112 


9 294 


195 


13 510 


29 


1 870 


1 246 


99 705 


826 


156 257 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


193 


25 971 


179 


9 564 


247 


15 219 


53 


3 078 


922 


64 557 


1 100 


225 944 


IOWA 


232 


32 156 


121 


8 633 


322 


27 474 


58 


2 709 


794 


78 838 


600 


136 379 


MO, 


24 


4 228 


27 


1 424 


31 


3 464 


8 


824 


297 


21 000 


400 


110 594 


N.DAK. 


46 


8 566 


31 


1 294 


25 


1 556 


6 


275 


293 


22 557 


320 


70 191 


S.DAK. 


117 


13 911 


58 


3 532 


100 


10 055 


16 


2 436 


505 


33 993 


571 


131 980 


NEB. 


142 


14 386 


73 


3 496 


206 


12 055 


31 


1 415 


520 


38 318 


632 


126 390 


KANS. 


28 


2 683 


5 


<D) 


23 


2 004 


4 


(01 


70 


5 405 


30 


5 515 


S.A. 
DEL. 


132 


31 971 


26 


2 937 


124 


7 124 


10 


1 000 


403 


37 242 


125 


31 267 


MO. 


15 


3 140 


3 


(01 


30 


4 546 


4 


744 


72 


5 524 


3 


(01 


D.C. 


199 


66 173 


43 


4 Oil 


122 


10 218 


18 


929 


502 


57 842 


253 


52 949 


VA. 


116 


22 696 


37 


1 659 


72 


4 796 


11 


644 


253 


19 490 


73 


9 525 


W.VA. 


245 


80 586 


58 


3 723 


175 


11 759 


20 


1 422 


588 


55 745 


401 


108 935 


N.C. 


121 


28 703 


24 


2 643 


74 


4 895 


12 


1 012 


290 


22 799 


164 


41 545 


s.c. 


220 


52 528 


37 


4 708 


146 


10 911 


19 


2 311 


570 


50 892 


306 


82 156 


GA. 


286 


41 434 


150 


15 585 


452 


27 986 


41 


3 274 


798 


59 843 


191 


50 392 


FLA. 


193 


32 945 


69 


6 300 


183 


12 019 


21 


1 211 


531 


42 740 


280 


53 402 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


245 


57 831 


45 


4 420 


178 


12 089 


16 


3 502 


517 


48 832 


284 


53 868 


TENN. 


166 


42 531 


28 


2 853 


141 


10 577 


14 


879 


471 


41 083 


214 


49 934 


ALA. 


126 


21 178 


21 


3 054 


85 


5 857 


15 


651 


268 


22 794 


220 


78 557 


MISS. 


152 


26 374 


36 


3 977 


95 


7 250 


13 


1 039 


278 


23 572 


261 


114 280 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


186 


30 787 


38 


4 107 


116 


10 044 


8 


989 


348 


26 410 


174 


61 822 


LA. 


142 


20 388 


55 


5 057 


169 


10 845 


21 


1 253 


327 


21 247 


292 


49 925 


OKLA. 


583 


86 546 


175 


20 354 


551 


54 922 


54 


3 277 


1 039 


91 839 


999 


231 529 


TEXAS 


52 


6 474 


19 


1 085 


31 


3 205 


8 


215 


201 


21 235 


210 


50 129 


MT. 

MONT. 


52 


6 964 


25 


1 647 


36 


3 489 


13 


336 


147 


14 025 


173 


55 962 


IDAHO 


21 


2 128 


9 


391 


24 


1 718 


10 


136 


88 


8 536 


60 


13 278 


WYO. 


97 


15 150 


34 


5 579 


130 


10 257 


19 


928 


325 


30 579 


209 


45 373 


COLO. 


64 


11 439 


18 


1 614 


50 


4 945 


7 


1 042 


110 


10 954 


85 


19 759 


N.MEX. 


78 


11 642 


22 


2 373 


71 


4 830 


12 


660 


127 


12 795 


65 


32 724 


ARIZ. 


57 


13 124 


26 


1 731 


55 


7 185 


16 


1 391 


67 


5 768 


65 


12 157 


UTAH 


21 


8 397 


11 


1 938 


14 


2 529 


5 


435 


33 


4 752 


14 


5 092 


NEV. 


178 


25 807 


69 


8 203 


167 


14 358 


36 


5 362 


496 


53 831 


218 


61 579 


PAC. 

WASH. 


141 


19 272 


40 


5 564 


85 


6 570 


23 


2 760 


353 


30 871 


165 


42 733 


OREG. 


769 


170 468 


241 


31 071 


1 167 


119 207 


171 


16 567 


1 779 


221 412 


549 


195 571 


CALIF. 


20 


3 590 


3 


10) 


10 


1 506 


1 


(Dl 


23 


2 273 


2 


6 


ALASKA 


8 


1 143 


2 


(D> 


10 


1 302 


2 


(01 


30 


4 104 


5 


7 325 


HAWAII 



1-44 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, and State 



UNITED STATES. TOTAL . 

REGIONS! 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE WEST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 1 

NEW ENSuAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES! 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 
*EST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 



General merchandise group stores 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



THE SOUTH 1 

SOUTH ATLANTIC . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



THE WEST! 
MOUNTAIN 
PACIFIC. 



NEW ENGLAND! 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
VERMONT. . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND . 
CONNECTICUT. . 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 
NEW YORK . . . 
NEW JERSEY . . 
PENNSYLVANIA . 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL" 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA . . . 
SOUTH DAKOTA . . . 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC! 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. , . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . .* . 

GEORGIA 

F,.ORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI. . . . 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 
ARKANSAS .... 
LOUISIANA. . . . 
OKLAHOMA .... 
TEXAS 



MOUNTAIN! 

MONTANA. . 

IDAHO. . . 

WYOMING. . 

COLORADO . 
NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA. . 

UTAH . . . 

NEVADA . . 



PACIFIC! 

WASHINGTON 
OREGON . . 
CALIFORNIA 
ALASKA . . 
HAWAII . . 



12 «66 

15 8t6 

2t 760 

8 991 



3 332 

9 134 



8«2 
00« 



15* 
371 
235 



816 
175 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



535 
297 
243 
1 336 
232 
689 



"t 502 
1 590 
3 042 



2 286 

1 466 

2 806 
1 954 
1 330 



1 112 
1 115 
1 749 
294 
333 
551 
850 



160 
788 
147 

1 876 
867 

2 409 
1 199 
1 893 
1 815 



1 389 

1 895 

1 776 

1 311 



1 132 
1 239 

1 055 
3 809 



317 
336 
174 
571 
473 
513 
313 
119 



823 
556 
372 
150 
274 



Sales 



10 072 

13 502 

20 292 

7 551 



2 952 
7 120 



8 414 
5 088 



8 940 
4 949 
6 403 



2 424 
5 127 



505 
267 
199 
1 174 
194 
613 



3 410 

1 292 

2 418 



2 004 

1 254 

2 302 
1 724 
1 130 



938 
989 
1 411 
258 
291 
449 
762 



140 
688 
113 

1 422 
723 

1 855 
949 

1 535 

1 515 



1 095 

1 485 

1 364 

1 005 



954 
1 059 

963 
3 427 



285 
276 
146 
511 
407 
435 
267 
97 



717 
480 
3 612 
122 
196 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



30 002 764 



7 739 564 

8 757 836 
7 915 236 
5 590 128 



1 763 892 
5 975 672 



449 767 
308 069 



026 677 
383 025 
505 534 



121 467 
468 651 



124 108 
79 948 
48 536 
920 299 
145 325 
444 675 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



078 811 
099 645 
797 215 



837 599 
777 273 
830 888 
386 258 

617 749 



541 599 
365 559 
770 879 
77 738 
72 612 
217 020 
262 562 



104 201 
616 812 
213 936 
632 262 
240 957 
538 178 
259 832 
533 156 
887 343 



336 510 
490 113 
383 176 
173 226 



185 578 
425 679 
328 748 
564 529 



87 635 

85 635 

37 233 

320 025 

115 475 

253 444 

146 105 

75 915 



512 414 

335 519 

3 471 823 

34 520 

114 385 



Department stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



29 785 072 



7 692 136 

8 710 176 
7 821 940 
5 551 820 



1 756 802 
5 935 334 



6 423 231 
2 286 945 



3 982 485 

1 350 815 

2 488 640 



1 112 839 
4 448 981 



123 530 
79 086 
47 478 
917 383 
145 904 
443 421 



057 457 
093 802 
784 075 



1 832 591 

773 029 

1 821 982 

1 382 716 

612 913 



537 449 
362 431 
753 311 
75 880 
70 976 
214 960 
260 938 



103 891 
514 882 
213 412 
620 798 
237 941 
528 238 
254 850 
525 770 
882 703 



329 998 
480 499 
373 766 
166 552 



180 838 

422 911 

327 034 

1 557 857 



86 379 
84 387 
35 549 
319 055 
113 795 
252 002 
145 083 
75 589 



510 766 

334 051 

3 458 271 

33 344 

112 549 



892 
1 452 
1 193 

704 



300 
592 



1 046 
415 



Sales 
($1,000) 



619 
198 
376 



193 
511 



19 

19 

12 

156 



281 

96 

215 



297 
132 
269 
225 
123 



105 
25 
23 
37 
63 



14 
70 
14 

110 
48 

111 
57 
72 

123 



28 

53 

57 

238 



77 

38 

379 



20 537 230 



5 531 976 

6 258 435 
4 770 536 
3 956 332 



1 206 546 
4 325 430 



4 731 658 
1 536 778 



2 555 534 

712 553 

1 501 249 



658 905 
297 427 



48 780 

35 837 

16 248 

685 837 

102 117 

315 727 



Limited price 
variety stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



292 977 
797 479 
234 974 



354 957 
511 015 

355 700 
090 123 
418 863 



390 071 
227 300 
552 540 
38 929 
35 935 
148 683 
143 220 



79 685 
459 861 
186 439 
426 402 
118 401 
261 612 
131 403 
317 750 
576 081 



177 629 

299 992 

186 452 

48 570 



71 489 
249 287 
187 389 
993 084 



38 503 
45 188 
13 448 

227 574 
47 985 

138 074 
99 849 
57 284 



376 931 

195 925 

2 642 650 

(D) 

71 775 



4 725 

6 559 

7 726 
3 357 



1 283 
3 443 



4 293 
2 276 



3 417 

1 784 

2 525 



854 
2 503 



184 
89 
72 

588 
89 

261 



518 
542 
283 



999 
676 
1 147 
947 
524 



427 
484 
582 
103 
123 
221 
336 



57 
296 

73 
447 
204 
536 
357 
622 
715 



455 
552 
417 
350 



343 

365 

410 

1 407 



86 
115 
46 

181 
134 
167 
90 

34 



348 

256 

843 

19 

37 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General merchandise 
stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



1 227 418 

1 211 180 

1 410 627 

689 120 



293 116 
934 302 



872 116 
339 054 



739 929 
258 880 

401 818 



167 419 
521 701 



40 147 
19 457 
15 467 
130 988 
18 651 
58 385 



418 157 
185 777 
330 368 



248 067 
133 791 
218 089 
187 144 
85 025 



64 082 
62 261 
98 640 
13 892 
16 855 
34 054 
49 269 



17 354 
91 153 

18 744 
103 826 

56 733 

117 596 

56 871 

102 010 

173 642 



74 267 
78 122 
73 310 
43 181 



36 425 

75 417 

54 882 

235 094 



16 052 
13 326 

7 429 
47 731 
22 001 
36 145 
16 441 

8 294 



54 710 

40 470 

403 783 

3 488 

19 250 



4 408 

6 416 

12 897 

3 523 



1 115 
3 292 



3 563 
2 853 



5 877 
3 526 
3 394 



495 
127 



292 
150 
132 
281 
61 
200 



1 695 

450 

1 137 



804 
545 
1 078 
565 
571 



529 
484 
900 
152 
175 
263 
350 



53 

351 

44 

1 220 

579 

1 378 

537 

984 

631 



760 
1 012 
1 054 

790 



545 
656 
477 
615 



190 
161 
102 
264 
284 
251 
178 
56 



320 
215 
1 281 
122 
189 



Sales 
($1,000) 



844 343 

1 203 554 

1 555 852 

852 356 



232 625 
611 718 



795 


355 


408 


189 


664 


348 


357 


114 


545 


390 


269 


922 


582 


434 


33 


615 


23 


144 


16 


218 


85 


150 


22 


828 


51 


570 


304 


545 


93 


903 


213 


259 


225 


482 


127 


153 


239 


761 


95 


221 


105 


738 


83 


222 


72 


859 


110 


262 


24 


051 


19 


196 


33 


362 


55 


237 


4 


342 


51 


107 


7 


522 


99 


215 


54 


135 


145 


184 


53 


523 


99 


301 


119 


919 


79 


790 


94 


041 


108 


585 


74 


697 


69 


820 


90 


375 


80 


554 


304 


641 


31 


901 


26 


174 


15 


987 


40 


969 


43 


608 


74 


733 


28 


103 


9 


442 


77 


389 


96 


656 


356 


e3C 


20 


697 


20 


862 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-45 



by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



General merchandise group stores— Continued 


Food Stores 




nr\j nrtftrtc ctnroc 


Sewing needlework 


Total 


Grocery stores, 




U 


J £UUUO J.u.l.^ 




Stores 


Establishments 


Sales 


including delicatessens 


Region, 


Establistv 

ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 

establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


and State 


(numtier) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




5 524 


373 817 


2 566 


86 217 


319 433 


178 170 


57 079 186 


53 027 935 


244 838 


52 565 955 


u, s. 

REGIONS 


1 STB 


107 382 


866 


28 445 


90 212 


51 148 


15 564 382 


14 319 206 


55 550 


13 453 105 


NE 


870 


57 244 


529 


17 422 


77 916 


so 595 


15 970 172 


15 132 887 


58 754 


14 802 666 


N.C. 


2 326 


(Dl 


618 


ID) 


115 607 


52 829 


15 413 754 


13 867 500 


103 625 


14 841 200 


SOUTH 


75lt 


(Dl 


553 


(0) 


35 698 


23 598 


10 130 878 


9 708 342 


25 908 


9 458 984 


ylEST 


J51 


22 359 


282 


9 246 


18 760 


11 512 


3 835 522 


3 595 908 


13 687 


3 504 250 


NE 

N.E. 


1 223 


85 023 


584 


19 199 


71 452 


39 635 


11 728 860 


10 723 298 


42 863 


9 948 855 


M.A. 


572 


40 423 


368 


10 205 


55 852 


35 847 


11 605 235 


10 988 774 


41 044 


10 674 724 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


298 


16 821 


161 


7 217 


22 064 


14 748 


4 364 937 


4 144 113 


17 710 


4 127 942 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


96S 


ID) 


273 


(Dl 


54 976 


24 842 


7 587 557 


6 871 439 


43 114 


7 249 789 


S.A. 


635 


39 805 


128 


4 573 


30 231 


10 847 


3 007 257 


2 500 543 


28 478 


2 933 392 


E.S.C. 


723 


47 329 


217 


9 748 


30 400 


17 140 


4 818 830 


4 495 418 


27 034 


4 558 019 


•I.S.C. 
*EST 


153 


10 862 


120 


4 359 


8 600 


5 720 


2 195 594 


2 113 310 


6 926 


2 108 893 


MT. 


601 


(01 


433 


(Dl 


27 098 


17 878 


7 935 284 


7 595 032 


18 982 


7 350 091 


PAC. 


21 


719 


19 


847 


2 307 


1 467 


321 627 


297 945 


2 053 


310 053 


N.E. 
MAINE 


22 


1 092 


17 


408 


1 386 


902 


247 692 


227 788 


1 172 


237 074 


N.H. 


12 


403 


15 


200 


861 


519 


134 475 


122 294 


748 


130 346 


VT. 


182 


12 968 


129 


4 356 


8 510 


5 288 


1 858 175 


1 752 725 


5 751 


1 578 325 


MASS. 


31 


1 594 


35 


1 126 


1 545 


845 


271 063 


249 441 


1 142 


238 909 


R.I. 


83 


5 583 


67 


2 309 


4 051 


2 491 


1 002 489 


945 715 


2 821 


909 542 


CONN. 


706 


52 603 


302 


10 528 


35 817 


21 127 


5 085 713 


5 578 625 


20 154 


4 999 457 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


257 


17 781 


135 


4 706 


12 228 


5 512 


2 195 881 


2 008 763 


5 733 


1 874 535 


N.J. 


260 


14 639 


147 


3 965 


23 407 


11 897 


3 447 266 


3 135 910 


15 975 


3 074 752 


PA. 


111 


7 498 


75 


1 595 


15 767 


10 159 


3 147 148 


2 971 168 


11 115 


2 839 139 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


7« 


4 397 


39 


907 


5 551 


4 102 


1 401 523 


1 333 398 


5 293 


1 327 888 


IND. 


193 


12 292 


119 


4 046 


IS 108 


9 232 


3 305 094 


3 128 124 


10 849 


3 045 551 


ILL. 


123 


10 065 


94 


2 705 


12 204 


8 274 


2 580 864 


2 453 820 


9 097 


2 389 313 


MICH. 


71 


6 171 


41 


952 


6 222 


4 080 


1 170 506 


1 102 254 


4 689 


1 072 833 


WIS. 


44 


3 650 


28 


674 


5 064 


3 342 


963 094 


903 010 


3 829 


881 515 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


44 


2 322 


24 


817 


3 812 


2 704 


787 453 


750 579 


3 071 


746 594 


IOWA 


114 


5 874 


48 


3 463 


6 900 


4 066 


1 277 150 


1 204 336 


5 574 


1 216 819 


MO. 


9 


804 


5 


62 


885 


525 


145 743 


139 327 


745 


138 831 


N.DAK. 


5 


426 


7 


199 


915 


664 


170 979 


163 541 


770 


153 128 


S.DAK. 


21 


755 


9 


156 


1 973 


1 417 


406 148 


387 370 


1 573 


384 525 


NEB. 


61 


2 990 


40 


1 846 


2 514 


1 930 


513 360 


595 950 


2 148 


595 529 


KANS. 


21 


2 592 


5 


228 


813 


439 


157 711 


146 499 


615 


145 414 


S.A. 
DEL. 


48 


3 823 


23 


868 


5 104 


3 002 


1 020 560 


951 238 


3 591 


938 555 


MD. 


12 


(D) 


4 


(Dl 


923 


759 


223 747 


218 413 


709 


205 930 


D.C. 


64 


2 664 


35 


1 ISS 


7 661 


3 509 


1 129 219 


1 032 997 


5 700 


1 085 802 


VA. 


31 


1 624 


5 


64 


4 417 


1 835 


474 599 


421 179 


3 994 


457 828 


W.VA. 


240 


12 746 


44 


1 040 


11 928 


4 230 


1 160 182 


977 082 


11 239 


1 130 919 


N.C. 


121 


5 134 


27 


801 


6 229 


2 209 


569 064 


485 324 


5 837 


555 083 


S.C. 


172 


12 462 


43 


1 633 


9 336 


3 704 


1 037 386 


903 572 


8 666 


1 003 204 


&A. 


259 


IS 497 


87 


2 204 


8 555 


S 055 


1 815 169 


1 724 035 


5 753 


1 726 054 


FLA. 


91 


3 833 


29 


991 


8 157 


2 739 


795 845 


551 051 


7 595 


769 847 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


207 


15 759 


41 


2 199 


8 322 


3 350 


929 462 


794 214 


7 834 


905 034 


TENN. 


216 


14 120 


29 


698 


8 090 


2 850 


820 335 


581 428 


7 551 


804 079 


ALA. 


121 


6 093 


29 


685 


5 552 


1 898 


461 624 


353 950 


5 397 


453 432 


MISS. 


92 


6 554 


23 


1 290 


4 305 


1 912 


423 838 


355 344 


4 008 


414 499 


W.S.C. 

ARK. 


136 


10 899 


29 


701 


5 703 


2 937 


821 251 


755 501 


5 005 


779 391 


LA. 


8U 


5 251 


27 


672 


3 541 


2 085 


550 249 


609 921 


3 130 


535 127 


OKLA. 


411 


24 625 


138 


7 OSS 


16 850 


10 205 


2 923 492 


2 754 552 


14 890 


2 829 002 


TEXAS 


9 


1 024 


8 


155 


993 


657 


210 378 


200 312 


839 


203 144 


MT. 

MONT. 


16 


608 


IS 


339 


951 


503 


200 006 


187 070 


801 


193 255 


IDAHO 


5 


95 


11 


274 


430 


300 


108 511 


104 571 


370 


105 201 


WYO. 


39 


2 815 


33 


936 


2 021 


1 409 


569 683 


552 511 


1 530 


542 045 


COLO. 


26 


1 308 


13 


573 


1 224 


690 


250 988 


239 815 


1 051 


242 307 


N.MEX. 


30 


3 399 


24 


1 088 


1 678 


1 102 


441 600 


425 308 


1 325 


422 773 


ARIZ. 


17 


900 


9 


812 


981 


723 


265 274 


257 354 


751 


253 514 


UTAH 


11 


713 


7 


182 


322 


236 


149 154 


146 358 


259 


145 653 


NEV. 


35 


2 342 


43 


1 042 


3 945 


2 491 


960 327 


909 201 


3 077 


913 248 


PAC. 
WASH. 


28 


2 138 


19 


329 


2 697 


1 753 


604 283 


571 397 


2 065 


571 095 


OREG. 


504 


46 767 


355 


11 783 


19 414 


12 944 


5 115 566 


5 870 200 


13 102 


5 639 180 


CALIF. 


2 


IDI 


3 


(01 


184 


132 


63 332 


52 245 


156 


61 720 


ALASKA 


32 


2 478 


3 


19 


858 


558 


191 775 


181 988 


582 


174 848 


HAWAII 



1-46 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, and State 



Food stores— Continued 



Meat markets 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Fish (seafood) markets 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Fruit stores, 
vegetable markets 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Candy, nut, 
confectionery stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Dairy products stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



UNITED STATESi TOTAL . 

REGIONSI 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE WEST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATESI 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES: 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 

THE SOUTH I 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL . . . . 



THE WESTI 
MOUNTAIN 
PACIFIC. 



NEW ENGLAND! 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, 
VERMONT. . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND . 
CONNECTICUT. . 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 
NEW YORK . . . 
NEW JERSEY . . 
PENNSYLVANIA . 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL! 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 1 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA . . , 
SOUTH DAKOTA . . . 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC! 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI. . . . 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

ARKANSAS 

LOUISIANA 

OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 



MOUNTAIN! 

MONTANA. . 

IDAHO. . . 

WYOMING. . 

COLORADO . 
NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA. . 

UTAH . . . 

NEVADA . . 



PACIFIC! 

WASHINGTON 
OREGON . . 
CALIFORNIA 
ALASKA . . 
HAWAII . . 



9 103 
3 371 

1 567 

2 U16 



976 
8 127 



2 649 
722 



729 
172 
666 



304 
2 112 



38 
31 
24 
500 
103 
280 



5 296 
1 255 
1 576 



851 
154 
860 
459 
325 



273 
119 
122 

48 
25 
85 
50 



32 

200 
30 
80 
30 
43 
40 
71 

203 



72 

50 
24 
26 



38 
177 

36 
415 



255 

172 

1 639 



821 606 
339 964 
132 120 
236 124 



108 281 
713 325 



278 541 
51 423 



60 516 
13 342 
58 262 



27 178 
208 946 



2 910 
1 867 

1 460 
54 059 
10 202 
37 783 



473 481 
113 053 
126 791 



91 497 
18 732 
82 955 
54 213 
31 144 



25 630 

10 341 

9 567 



3 713 

16 757 

3 609 

6 730 

2 513 

3 627 
3 067 
5 450 



15 050 



5 300 
3 271 
3 326 

1 445 



1 858 

14 246 

3 463 

38 695 



3 470 

1 885 
417 

8 054 

2 432 
7 196 
2 224 
1 489 



21 747 

12 692 

170 534 

873 

3 100 



1 715 

431 

1 139 

345 



458 
1 257 



364 
67 



788 
153 
198 



22 
323 



43 
16 

281 
47 
71 



805 
251 
190 



53 
22 

141 



17 

103 

7 

84 

9 

205 

70 

99 

194 



32 

25 

211 

1 

53 



91 528 

19 785 

(Dl 

ID) 



24 824 
65 704 



17 724 
2 051 



(Dl 
5 505 
5 755 



172 
(Dl 



1 548 
1 095 
52 
15 522 
1 531 
5 066 



43 892 
13 300 
9 512 



102 
895 
602 
860 
265 



321 

289 

1 036 

(Dl 

250 
85 



725 
502 
(01 
836 
762 
641 
512 
825 
138 



1 139 

1 384 

1 571 

1 411 



874 

3 144 

45 

2 701 



40 
56 
(Dl 
(Dl 



1 792 

1 753 
15 925 

(01 

2 636 



3 807 

1 855 

2 309 
902 



692 
3 115 



1 413 

443 



1 389 
402 
518 



185 
717 



30 
29 
12 

347 
88 

186 



1 815 
505 

794 



565 
155 
294 
311 
87 



139 

8 

17 

41 



27 
170 

21 
150 

85 
182 
138 
154 
452 



123 
111 
121 



45 

52 

71 

350 



58 
53 

567 

2 
17 



185 083 

88 458 

82 542 

56 109 



33 796 

151 287 



55 372 
23 086 



50 454 
11 152 
21 026 



(Dl 
(Dl 



557 

1 473 

270 

19 670 

3 517 

8 199 



92 308 
19 492 
39 487 



23 527 
8 350 
13 585 
12 700 
7 210 



585 
120 
703 
125 
654 
352 
547 



1 409 
5 495 

1 102 
4 165 

4 199 

5 531 

2 847 
4 599 

19 907 



4 210 

2 420 

3 080 

1 452 



1 407 
6 845 

2 357 
10 407 





(Dl 


1 


051 




117 


2 


034 




893 


1 


586 


1 


359 


2 


945 


3 


153 


41 


885 




(01 




830 



7 990 
3 655 
2 311 
1 023 



557 
7 433 



2 829 
826 



1 519 
384 
408 



253 

770 



50 
36 

10 
296 

25 
140 



3 352 

1 862 

2 219 



805 
237 
1 052 
515 
219 



163 
104 
459 
15 
15 
35 
35 



55 
455 

53 
346 
152 

96 

50 
121 
191 



90 
131 
111 

52 



51 
138 

54 
155 



76 

71 

559 

2 

62 



275 243 
111 514 
62 852 
49 549 



22 757 
252 486 



87 316 
24 298 



41 075 

10 205 

11 582 



8 913 
40 636 



2 847 
1 359 

121 
12 620 

830 
4 980 



126 563 

72 451 
53 352 



21 471 

7 418 

35 659 

15 345 



6 413 


4 791 


3 488 


13 310 


346 


249 


951 


1 163 


2 125 


11 369 


2 288 


9 462 


2 705 


2 196 


1 144 


3 507 


5 179 


2 072 


3 814 


3 049 


1 270 


1 491 


3 009 


1 408 


5 574 


820 


412 


317 


2 270 


779 


1 613 


2 328 


374 


2 046 


2 320 


35 006 


8 


1 255 



2 086 

2 373 

1 071 

816 



444 
642 



916 

457 



662 
151 
258 



211 
505 



13 

304 

46 



733 
295 

614 



892 
151 
289 
421 
163 



119 
80 

128 
12 
18 
51 
49 



5 

181 

57 

124 

52 

31 

17 

33 

162 



22 

48 

55 

133 



83 

56 

447 



182 881 

191 356 

(01 

(01 



40 345 
142 535 



152 213 
29 143 



(Dl 
9 529 
12 845 



101 
48 198 



1 119 

483 

374 

22 042 

7 409 

8 918 



82 957 
20 501 
39 058 



92 463 
10 544 
19 838 
24 559 
14 699 



10 119 

4 072 

7 940 

1 015 
514 

2 828 
2 655 



225 

19 075 

(Dl 

8 685 

1 845 

4 349 

1 129 

3 055 

12 550 



4 333 

3 936 

552 

698 



599 
3 079 
1 725 
7 443 





837 


1 


837 




180 


5 


993 


1 


119 


2 


359 




957 




101 


5 


125 


2 


723 


39 


945 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-47 



by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



Food stores— Continued 










Retail bakeries 




























Egg and poultry dealers 




Other 




Total 1 


Manufacturing 


Nonmanufacturing 


Region, 
division. 






















and 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


State 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




IS 631 


1 080 282 


14 328 


832 047 


4 303 


248 235 


2 697 


153 590 


2 981 


147 018 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


6 898 


459 727 


5 285 


358 306 


1 513 


101 421 


1 209 


59 831 


854 


35 378 


NE 


5 873 


330 884 


4 434 


235 659 


1 439 


94 215 


795 


(D) 


807 


ID) 


N.C. 


2 739 


127 449 


2 168 


104 898 


571 


22 551 


423 


ID) 


422 


ID) 


SOUTH 


3 121 


162 222 


2 441 


132 174 


680 


30 048 


269 


20 389 


898 


52 572 


WEST 


1 565 


86 033 


1 270 


73 589 


295 


12 344 


236 


10 942 


145 


4 294 


NE 
N.E. 


5 333 


373 694 


4 015 


284 517 


1 318 


89 077 


973 


48 889 


709 


31 084 


M.A. 


t 378 


264 453 


3 143 


177 959 


1 235 


86 494 


568 


27 024 


591 


27 868 


N.C. 
E.N.C. 


1 «95 


66 431 


1 291 


58 710 


204 


7 721 


228 


(0) 


116 


(D) 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


1 322 


73 129 


1 014 


58 470 


308 


14 659 


245 


(01 


208 


ID) 


S.A. 


396 


17 026 


319 


14 480 


77 


2 546 


52 


ID) 


43 


ID) 


E.S.C. 


1 021 


37 294 


835 


31 948 


185 


5 346 


126 


6 358 


171 


6 568 


w.s.c. 

WEST 


503 


21 775 


421 


101 


82 


ID) 


41 


1 739 


155 


5 358 


MT. 


2 618 


140 447 


2 020 


101 


598 


101 


228 


18 650 


743 


47 214 


PAC. 


65 


2 325 


59 


2 226 


5 


99 


6 


41 


5 


117 


N.E. 
MAINE 


73 


3 364 


62 


2 913 


11 


451 


13 


782 


12 


195 


N.H. 


41 


1 489 


34 


1 259 


10 


230 


3 


145 


7 


208 


VT. 


832 


47 423 


676 


40 818 


156 


5 605 


127 


5 289 


72 


2 224 


MASS. 


162 


7 579 


118 


5 853 


44 


1 725 


10 


598 


22 


488 


R.I. 


389 


23 853 


321 


20 520 


68 


3 233 


77 


3 086 


27 


1 052 


CONN. 


2 813 


222 943 


2 157 


158 477 


656 


54 465 


448 


25 620 


399 


18 382 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


1 019 


70 575 


853 


50 079 


156 


10 495 


195 


7 597 


103 


4 165 


N.J. 


1 501 


80 176 


1 005 


55 051 


496 


24 115 


330 


15 572 


207 


8 536 


PA. 
E.N.C. 


1 057 


57 995 


788 


41 989 


269 


16 005 


186 


10 179 


230 


7 775 


OHIO 


370 


20 270 


274 


15 754 


96 


4 515 


77 


4 154 


92 


3 272 


IND. 


1 266 


85 771 


953 


60 657 


313 


25 114 


171 


6 837 


185 


6 285 


ILL. 


1 084 


58 223 


638 


32 935 


446 


35 288 


102 


4 672 


116 


7 859 


MICH. 


601 


32 194 


490 


25 524 


111 


5 570 


32 


1 182 


67 


2 666 


WIS. 


492 


24 438 


447 


22 667 


45 


1 771 


49 


4 784 


25 


5 911 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


246 


8 941 


217 


8 029 


29 


912 


68 


7 326 


20 


1 292 


IOWA 


364 


17 212 


282 


13 597 


82 


3 515 


47 


2 088 


37 


2 475 


MO. 


51 


2 545 


48 


2 416 


3 


130 


4 


384 


1 


ID) 


N.DAK. 


57 


2 512 


51 


2 447 


5 


65 


10 


2 352 


4 


32 


S.DAK. 


146 


6 491 


127 


5 858 


19 


533 


24 


1 758 


13 


329 


NEB. 


139 


4 291 


119 


3 696 


20 


595 


26 


1 255 


16 


550 


KANS. 


42 


2 692 


28 


1 877 


14 


815 


10 


1 130 


10 


278 


S.A. 

DEL. 


297 


17 775 


190 


12 020 


107 


5 755 


87 


4 985 


20 


1 047 


MO. 


33 


2 435 


27 


2 301 


6 


134 


7 


812 


6 


793 


D.C. 


121 


5 725 


104 


5 777 


17 


948 


43 


1 813 


13 


2 000 


VA. 


80 


4 115 


62 


2 929 


18 


1 186 


10 


221 


5 


411 


W.VA. 


105 


5 800 


90 


3 860 


15 


1 940 


11 


1 577 


16 


442 


N.C. 


66 


3 088 


52 


2 070 


14 


1 018 


3 


(Dl 


8 


ID) 


S.C. 


136 


9 531 


102 


a 568 


34 


953 


41 


4 305 


15 


700 


GA. 


442 


20 968 


359 


19 058 


83 


1 900 


33 


2 159 


115 


4 054 


FLA. 


156 


7 317 


125 


6 397 


31 


920 


26 


1 188 


17 


439 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


103 


4 308 


88 


4 096 


15 


212 


12 


1 114 


9 


3 181 


TENN. 


74 


3 691 


57 


2 589 


17 


1 102 


13 


461 


12 


417 


ALA. 


63 


I 710 


49 


1 398 


14 


312 


1 


ID) 


5 


ID) 


MISS. 

W.S.C. 


82 


2 275 


61 


1 775 


21 


500 


10 


583 


9 


252 


ARK. 


148 


8 934 


122 


7 167 


26 


1 757 


22 


622 


22 


1 981 


LA. 


147 


4 757 


124 


4 245 


23 


512 


11 


559 


23 


797 


OKLA. 


644 


21 328 


528 


18 761 


115 


2 567 


83 


4 604 


117 


3 538 


TEXAS 


52 


1 784 


47 


1 685 


5 


99 


4 


133 


5 


ID) 


MT. 

MONT. 


37 


1 160 


26 


802 


11 


358 


1 


(D) 


14 


ID) 


IDAHO 


24 


1 200 


24 


1 200 






1 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


WYO. 


153 


5 307 


122 


4 842 


31 


1 465 


17 


637 


37 


1 583 


COLO. 


57 


2 651 


54 


(0) 


3 


(D) 


6 


116 


15 


551 


N.HEX. 


90 


4 382 


77 


4 017 


13 


36S 


3 


86 


57 


1 439 


ARIZ. 


62 


3 441 


48 


3 085 


14 


356 


9 


737 


16 


ID) 


UTAH 


28 


850 


23 


716 


5 


134 


' 




9 


617 


NEV. 
PAC. 


273 


10 526 


215 


8 871 


58 


1 655 


14 


292 


57 


2 504 


WASH. 


177 


6 911 


149 


5 970 


28 


941 


16 


2 310 


41 


1 305 


OREG. 


2 084 


115 191 


1 585 


91 303 


498 


23 888 


193 


15 731 


612 


42 158 


CALIF. 


10 


413 


5 


356 


5 


101 


- 




4 


151 


ALASKA 


74 


7 401 


65 


6 790 


9 


511 


5 


317 


19 


985 


HAWAII 



1-48 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 





Automotive dealers 




Total 




Passenger car dealers, franchised 


Region, division, and State 


Establishments 


Sales 


Total 


Domestic car 
dealers 


Imported car 
dealers 




Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 




(number! 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


UNITED STATES. TOTAL . 


98 514 


75 538 


45 375 290 


44 686 175 


33 349 


37 374 741 


28 621 


32 553 477 


2 115 


1 374 240 


REGIONSI 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 


19 171 


14 895 


9 702 361 


9 581 025 


7 736 


8 377 748 


6 311 


7 167 055 


645 


363 503 


THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 


28 478 


22 039 


13 586 103 


13 382 733 


11 318 


11 601 992 


10 246 


10 379 077 


445 


279 900 




34 757 


25 508 


13 456 298 


13 191 238 


9 504 


10 517 513 


8 267 


9 137 279 


475 


332 882 


THE WEST 


16 108 


12 996 


8 531 528 


8 531 179 


4 791 


6 877 488 


3 797 


5 870 065 


548 


397 855 


THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 1 






















NEW ENGLAND 


5 407 


4 243 


2 501 599 


2 468 241 


2 248 


2 153 314 


1 777 


1 780 985 


218 




MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


13 764 


10 652 


7 200 752 


7 112 784 


5 488 


5 224 434 


4 534 


5 386 070 


428 




THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES! 






















EAST NORTH CENTRAL .... 


18 565 


14 091 


9 723 254 


9 581 472 


5 984 


8 382 554 


6 201 


7 421 702 


312 




WEST NORTH CENTRAL .... 


9 912 


7 948 


3 852 849 


3 801 261 


4 334 


3 219 428 


4 045 


2 957 375 


133 


77 307 


THE SOUTHl 






















SOUTH ATLANTIC 


15 226 


11 457 


5 471 745 


6 355 448 


4 231 


5 076 459 


3 502 


4 227 738 


268 


194 107 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 


7 635 


5 383 


2 541 284 


2 473 594 


1 989 


1 927 685 


1 794 


1 729 341 






WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 


11 896 


8 758 


4 443 258 


4 351 096 


3 284 


3 513 369 


2 971 


3 180 200 


131 




THE WESTl 


4 561 

11 447 


3 681 
9 315 


2 043 785 
6 587 743 


2 013 111 
6 518 068 


1 553 
3 138 


1 629 994 
5 247 494 


1 405 

2 391 


1 423 477 
4 445 589 


118 
430 


62 556 
335 299 




NEW ENGLAND I 




744 


580 


227 301 


223 541 


302 


190 102 


245 


151 697 


21 




NEW HAMPSHIRE 


475 


395 


154 638 


163 132 


223 


138 594 


173 


110 583 


18 


8 104 


VERMONT 


299 


243 


100 517 


99 097 


151 


87 372 


120 


75 238 


18 


6 291 


MASSACHUSETTS 


2 274 


1 682 


1 148 868 


1 129 888 


929 


1 003 859 


753 


832 685 


77 




RHODE ISLAND . . ,' 


391 


313 


185 590 


184 504 


145 


157 057 


105 


121 098 


18 


10 157 


CONNECTICUT 


1 224 


1 030 


673 585 


668 079 


498 


575 330 


380 


489 684 


55 




MIDDLE ATLANTICl 
























5 603 
2 531 


4 357 
2 051 


3 190 542 
1 523 803 


3 154 585 
1 507 655 


2 234 
970 


2 782 082 
1 310 595 


1 809 
763 


2 389 272 
1 119 985 


190 
97 


58 974 




PENNSYLVANIA 


5 530 


4 244 


2 485 417 


2 450 443 


2 284 


2 131 557 


1 962 


1 876 813 


141 


76 528 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 1 
























4 813 
2 835 


3 715 
2 123 


2 512 702 
1 299 820 


2 477 115 
1 279 078 


1 704 
1 001 


2 120 894 
1 083 531 


1 457 
916 


1 845 182 
994 206 


89 
37 


25 367 


INDIANA 


ILLINOIS 


4 560 


3 450 


2 625 742 


2 592 130 


1 801 


2 309 275 


1 517 


2 074 207 


83 


54 225 




4 142 


3 018 


2 352 818 


2 324 572 


1 375 


2 054 530 


1 197 


1 781 572 


66 




WISCONSIN 


2 215 


1 775 


922 172 


908 476 


1 103 


804 234 


1 004 


726 435 


37 


19 458 


WEST NORTH CENTRALi 
























1 779 
1 765 


1 437 
1 529 


750 230 
673 754 


738 726 
654 854 


892 
940 


645 027 
574 391 


836 

882 


575 285 
528 930 


24 
22 


11 553 


IOWA • . . • 




2 753 


2 021 


1 104 170 


1 080 802 


855 


898 200 


787 


828 537 


40 




NORTH DAKOTA ... 


417 


393 


174 041 


173 519 


260 


149 885 


249 


142 578 


5 




SOUTH DAKOTA 


492 


414 


165 348 


152 654 


255 


132 945 


235 


123 084 






NEBRASKA 


999 


777 


373 871 


366 075 


468 


314 755 


444 








KANSAS 


1 707 


1 377 


521 425 


614 621 


563 


504 225 


512 


459 926 


19 




SOUTH ATLANTICl 






















DELAWARE 


257 


191 


129 191 


127 405 


83 


105 447 


64 








MARYLAND 


1 227 


1 017 


761 211 


756 179 


386 


534 402 


311 


517 705 


28 




DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA . • . . 


177 


155 


192 404 


192 006 


49 


159 905 


30 


115 519 








2 053 

975 


1 723 
769 


969 854 
341 820 


960 434 
336 778 


737 
414 


793 527 
287 832 


505 
364 


653 885 

241 785 


37 
15 


31 416 
7 008 


WEST VIRGINIA 


NORTH CAROLINA 


2 871 


2 113 


1 029 802 


1 007 538 


825 


795 844 


595 


674 070 


37 


21 718 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


1 537 


1 081 


470 513 


453 523 


359 


337 974 


317 


294 905 


15 


9 332 


GEORGIA 


2 699 


1 895 


958 810 


935 700 


575 


733 776 


595 


656 009 


35 


24 170 


FLORIDA 


3 330 


2 512 


1 618 141 


1 595 785 


703 


1 225 752 


519 


982 920 


85 




EAST SOUTH CENTRALI 
























2 054 
2 289 
1 951 


1 305 
1 627 

1 439 


614 040 
847 517 
575 752 


591 160 
825 619 
553 258 


545 
571 
456 


470 245 
645 862 
498 719 


500 
514 
399 


427 471 
579 870 
435 329 


17 
20 
2U 


17 282 
16 497 




ALABAMA 


MISSISSIPPI 


1 341 


1 Oil 


402 975 


393 657 


417 


312 859 


381 


286 671 


15 




WEST SOUTH CENTRALI 






















ARKANSAS 


1 329 


1 041 


435 451 


428 161 


404 


332 558 


376 


317 143 






LOUISIANA 


1 366 


1 124 


664 074 


658 618 


424 


547 Oil 


354 


470 116 


15 




OKLAHOMA 


1 848 


1 370 


620 503 


505 055 


594 


493 593 


554 


453 434 


16 




TEXAS 


7 353 


5 233 


2 723 240 


2 559 252 


1 862 


2 140 107 


1 577 


1 939 507 


84 




MOUNTAINl 
























485 
531 


401 
413 


198 218 
191 405 


195 870 
188 138 


271 
221 


159 615 
155 076 


242 
188 


150 824 
138 171 


13 
13 


4 093 


IDAHO 


WYOMING 


274 


224 


95 749 


95 109 


135 


80 029 


121 


57 017 


3 


1 865 


COLORADO 


1 209 


891 


513 910 


504 444 


374 


415 091 


326 


372 125 


28 






620 


488 


253 700 


250 240 


182 


188 548 


150 


171 903 


18 




ARIZONA 


762 


614 


405 856 


399 932 


188 


316 987 


144 


273 147 


22 




UTAH 


493 


415 


245 986 


243 506 


192 


205 391 


164 


165 293 


13 




NEVADA 


287 


235 


138 950 


135 872 


90 


98 157 


71 


83 997 


8 




PACIFICl 
























1 815 
1 156 
8 216 


1 387 

950 

6 770 


696 326 

574 494 

5 147 699 


682 644 

566 894 

5 100 202 


525 

411 

2 129 


524 396 

459 770 

4 135 857 


438 
329 

1 584 


458 751 

394 550 

3 518 737 


52 

47 

322 


26 241 
273 284 




CALIFORNIA 


ALASKA 


99 


83 


46 543 


45 065 


39 


33 255 


23 


21 988 


6 




HAWAII 


151 


125 


122 681 


122 253 


34 


94 205 


17 


52 563 


3 


4 935 


Standard Notes: - Represents ze 


to. (0) Wit 


iheld to avoid ( 


isclosure. (NA) 


Not available. (X) 


Not applicab 


e. 











AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-49 



by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 













Automotive dealers— Continued 












Passenger car dealers. 








1 








Miscellaneous aircraft, marine 






franchisee!— Continued 


Passenger car dealers, 
nonfranchised 


Tire, battery, 
accessory dealers 


Home and auto 
supply stores 




automotive dealers 




Region, 
division, 


Domestic and 


Total 


Aircraft, boat. 


imported car dealers 














motorcycle dealers 


and 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


State 


(number) 


($1,0001 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




a 613 


3 447 024 


27 984 


3 087 016 


20 913 


2 547 972 


4 986 


767 753 


11 262 


1 576 796 


6 185 


631 402 


u, s. 

REGIONS 


779 


B47 090 


4 824 


508 707 


3 953 


479 199 


510 


84 936 


2 148 


251 759 


1 368 


127 630 


NE 


627 


943 015 


7 017 


753 546 


5 559 


671 050 


1 191 


10) 


3 393 


(0) 


1 857 


156 353 


N.C. 


751 


1 047 352 


12 106 


1 167 125 


7 237 


840 997 


2 780 


(D) 


3 130 


(01 


1 644 


163 493 


SOUTH 


ltU6 


609 567 


4 037 


657 536 


4 164 


555 725 


505 


(01 


2 611 


(0) 


1 297 


151 926 


WEST 


253 


255 334 


1 412 


143 494 


966 


113 222 


146 


21 225 


633 


70 343 


448 


42 711 


NE 

N.E. 


526 


590 756 


3 412 


355 213 


2 985 


355 977 


354 


63 712 


1 515 


161 425 


940 


84 919 


M.A. 


«71 


756 259 


4 949 


531 121 


3 577 


447 083 


671 


97 933 


2 385 


264 553 


1 334 


115 555 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


156 


184 746 


2 058 


222 527 


1 982 


223 967 


520 


(01 


1 008 


(D) 


523 


42 786 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


061 


554 614 


5 264 


573 467 


2 860 


357 437 


1 048 


ID) 


1 783 


(D) 


918 


102 582 


S.A. 


118 


140 034 


3 020 


275 147 


1 520 


176 422 


625 


88 376 


481 


71 652 


238 


19 464 


E.S.C. 


182 


252 704 


3 602 


318 511 


2 837 


305 138 


1 107 


165 159 


666 


120 091 


486 


61 447 


W.S.C. 
*EST 


129 


143 961 


1 064 


135 475 


1 025 


132 319 


180 


27 512 


739 


116 365 


256 


26 978 


MI. 


317 


455 506 


2 973 


522 053 


3 139 


424 407 


325 


(D) 


1 872 


(0) 


1 029 


134 946 


PAC. 


35 


30 746 


219 


12 601 


101 


10 633 


26 


3 512 


94 


10 253 


60 


4 527 


N.E. 
MAINE 


32 


19 907 


100 


8 007 


62 


6 637 


16 


1 591 


74 


9 809 


45 


4 804 


N.H. 


13 


5 643 


53 


3 923 


40 


4 187 


15 


2 248 


39 


2 787 


27 


1 150 


VT. 


99 


127 451 


556 


68 494 


411 


45 525 


37 


5 659 


231 


25 331 


150 


15 656 


MASS. 


22 


25 802 


111 


12 744 


85 


11 739 


8 


1 405 


42 


3 545 


39 


2 785 


R.I. 


52 


46 573 


263 


37 725 


259 


34 301 


41 


6 811 


153 


18 518 


117 


12 487 


CONN. 


235 


260 704 


1 286 


143 135 


1 146 


139 003 


159 


33 875 


776 


92 446 


503 


47 980 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


110 


131 736 


554 


76 935 


583 


89 774 


32 


3 377 


292 


41 021 


203 


24 045 


N.J. 


161 


178 316 


1 472 


143 142 


1 154 


137 200 


173 


26 459 


447 


47 959 


234 


12 694 


PA. 


146 


218 218 


1 239 


152 550 


1 015 


131 757 


267 


41 239 


566 


66 252 


297 


29 475 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


46 


63 958 


807 


82 598 


552 


56 747 


132 


18 505 


344 


48 438 


153 


13 437 


INO. 


101 


180 843 


1 214 


129 923 


863 


112 861 


150 


19 110 


532 


54 573 


295 


23 838 


ILL. 


112 


235 919 


1 247 


119 571 


611 


96 027 


95 


16 392 


614 


65 198 


390 


34 732 


MICH. 


62 


53 331 


442 


46 479 


336 


39 681 


27 


2 686 


307 


29 092 


198 


14 082 


WIS. 


32 


49 955 


307 


35 496 


330 


39 675 


22 


5 552 


226 


23 470 


124 


10 479 


W.N.C. 

MINN. 


36 


33 908 


244 


31 205 


332 


41 504 


91 


12 942 


158 


13 722 


90 


5 148 


IO«A 


29 


44 033 


813 


84 639 


507 


59 742 


220 


30 348 


257 


31 241 


144 


13 707 


MO. 


5 


5 044 


29 


4 562 


55 


8 764 


13 


(D) 


50 


(0) 


14 


741 


N.OAK. 


15 


7 454 


73 


7 525 


91 


14 546 


11 


1 554 


62 


6 578 


24 


631 


S.DAK. 


7 


9 501 


231 


24 045 


176 


20 496 


31 


3 508 


93 


11 056 


49 


2 033 


NEB. 


32 


34 741 


371 


34 054 


381 


39 220 


132 


20 507 


160 


23 319 


76 


9 849 


KANS. 


11 


13 351 


61 


4 921 


60 


7 036 


7 


3 169 


46 


7 598 


25 


1 672 


S.A. 

DEL. 


47 


96 307 


397 


53 585 


234 


36 249 


65 


11 562 


145 


25 313 


87 


13 636 


MD. 


11 


35 503 


54 


13 855 


54 


12 321 


5 


(01 


15 


(D) 


13 


2 967 


D.C. 


94 


108 225 


574 


66 057 


420 


58 257 


119 


15 593 


203 


35 310 


100 


10 256 


VA. 


35 


39 039 


270 


22 805 


161 


18 343 


48 


5 395 


82 


6 445 


39 


1 223 


W.VA. 


92 


100 055 


1 095 


105 247 


494 


57 568 


216 


34 005 


241 


36 137 


87 


7 053 


N.C. 


27 


33 735 


744 


61 937 


273 


25 933 


136 


21 598 


125 


23 071 


57 


4 925 


S.C. 


45 


53 597 


1 076 


93 693 


546 


59 447 


233 


39 517 


157 


32 377 


74 


8 077 


GA. 


99 


173 790 


1 Oil 


150 357 


636 


82 273 


219 


36 767 


759 


119 982 


435 


52 548 


PLA. 


2S 


27 022 


901 


73 330 


371 


36 746 


125 


15 952 


112 


17 755 


53 


3 131 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


37 


48 710 


957 


91 505 


425 


57 887 


179 


30 683 


157 


21 579 


70 


4 970 


TENN. 


33 


45 893 


745 


81 472 


447 


51 483 


174 


24 513 


129 


20 455 


78 


8 191 


ALA. 


20 


17 409 


417 


28 639 


277 


32 304 


147 


17 130 


63 


11 643 


37 


3 172 


MISS. 


12 


6 500 


428 


36 345 


296 


33 021 


136 


21 742 


65 


11 785 


34 


4 695 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


4S 


62 350 


322 


36 694 


335 


36 689 


160 


21 195 


124 


22 484 


72 


13 312 


LA. 


1 24 


30 523 


506 


38 111 


431 


39 732 


205 


34 761 


112 


14 165 


70 


6 762 


OKLA. 


101 


151 331 


2 546 


207 361 


1 774 


195 595 


606 


106 440 


565 


71 636 


312 


35 577 


TEXAS 


16 


13 580 


59 


5 090 


77 


12 057 


7 


991 


71 


9 455 


26 


1 636 


MT. 

MONT. 


20 


13 812 


111 


9 195 


103 


13 072 


26 


3 519 


70 


9 544 


38 


2 005 


IDAHO 


11 


11 147 


46 


4 986 


47 


4 947 


8 


753 


38 


5 032 


14 


555 


WYO. 


20 


26 093 


336 


32 370 


268 


34 232 


36 


5 837 


175 


25 380 


58 


3 837 


COLO. 


14 


11 145 


154 


22 092 


155 


20 745 


39 


7 995 


89 


14 220 


33 


6 228 


N.MEX, 


22 


28 901 


182 


29 521 


199 


26 441 


40 


5 312 


1S3 


27 595 


44 


5 062 


ARIZ. 


15 


29 600 


114 


14 792 


104 


14 374 


17 


2 509 


66 


8 920 


29 


3 498 


UTAH 


11 


9 682 


62 


16 427 


51 


6 451 


7 


696 


77 


17 229 


25 


4 045 


NEV. 


35 


35 797 


499 


59 591 


433 


54 386 


36 


4 076 


322 


43 875 


200 


20 983 


PAC. 
WASH. 


35 


38 979 


253 


41 504 


255 


32 848 


33 


4 119 


194 


35 253 


97 


13 601 


OREG. 


223 


343 636 


2 134 


386 396 


2 395 


330 266 


252 


42 579 


1 306 


252 599 


694 


95 247 


CALIF. 


10 


9 286 


i '" 


4 190 


12 


2 599 






34 


5 489 


23 


2 718 


ALASKA 


14 


35 706 


53 


20 380 


34 


4 308 


4 


(0) 


16 


(0) 


15 


2 199 


HAWAII 



1-50 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, and State 



Automotive dealers— Continued 



Miscellaneous aircraft, marine, automotive dealers— Continued 



Household trailer 
dealers 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Other automotive 
dealers 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Gasoline service stations 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Sales 



Total, 


all 


establish- 


ments 


($1,000) 


17 


759 917 


3 


509 987 


5 


«58 479 


5 


264 214 


3 


527 237 




912 697 


2 


597 290 


3 


724 853 


1 


733 626 


2 


550 069 


1 


030 558 


1 


683 587 




937 601 


2 


589 636 




85 695 




57 174 




36 367 




419 315 




66 206 




247 940 


1 


135 182 




575 266 




886 642 


1 


018 037 




529 101 




963 421 




850 621 




363 673 




359 674 




324 364 




465 747 




67 375 




79 252 




179 980 




257 234 




51 016 




284 212 




68 920 




375 523 




146 369 




421 058 




198 487 




399 004 




605 480 




264 123 




335 789 




264 664 




165 982 




154 106 




248 557 




257 596 


1 


023 328 




83 955 




77 291 




57 756 




219 749 




115 073 




200 643 




108 630 




74 504 




297 266 




196 708 


2 


023 945 




15 310 




56 407 



Establish- 


ments with 


payroll 


($1,000) 


16 


353 856 


3 


158 919 


5 


063 844 


4 


783 122 


3 


347 971 




824 609 


2 


334 310 


3 


478 626 


1 


585 218 


2 


300 189 




919 604 


1 


563 329 




875 041 


2 


472 930 




79 923 




52 762 




32 557 




378 593 




55 338 




225 436 


1 


030 380 




513 700 




790 230 




953 941 




491 959 




897 720 




800 035 




334 971 




328 144 




289 310 




425 091 




63 589 




73 280 




163 960 




241 844 




47 256 




272 152 




68 380 




340 855 




125 115 




358 292 




175 615 




354 244 




558 280 




235 059 




304 591 




230 908 




149 046 




137 426 




237 561 




238 290 




950 052 




77 655 




69 649 




53 710 




203 589 




104 653 




191 579 




101 802 




72 404 




272 820 




181 574 


1 


948 997 




14 970 




54 569 



UNITED STATES 1 TOTAL . 

REGIONSl 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE WEST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES! 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES! 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . ■ 



THE SOUTHI 

SOUTH ATLANTIC . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 

THE WEST! 

MOUNTAIN 

PACIFIC 

NEW ENGLAND! 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. . . . 

VERMONT 

MASSACHUSETTS. . . . 
RHODE ISLAND .... 
CONNECTICUT 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 

NEW YORK 

NEW JERSEY 

PENNSYLVANIA .... 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL! 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA .... 
SOUTH DAKOTA .... 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 

SOUTH ATLANTIC! 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI 

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

ARKANSAS 

LOUISIANA 

OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 

MOUNTAIN! 

MONTANA 

IDAHO 

WYOMING 

COLORADO 

NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA 

UTAH 

NEVADA 

PACIFIC! 

WASHINGTON ... 

OREGON 

CALIFORNIA 

ALASKA 

HAWAII 



609 




ID) 


151 


1 157 


198 


231 


379 


1 212 




ID) 


274 


1 083 


272 


957 


231 


154 




ID) 


31 


455 


83 


477 


120 


728 


129 


507 


323 


429 


58 


724 


55 


715 




ID) 


150 


193 


48 


219 


50 


304 




ID) 


74 


389 


85 


116 


82 


694 


187 


841 


149 


29 


5 


529 


5 


25 


4 


911 


4 


12 


I 


637 


_ 


58 


6 


797 


13 


3 




ID) 




27 


5 


396 


9 


215 


37 


537 


58 


66 


14 


327 


23 


174 


31 


613 


39 


212 


32 


173 


79 


125 


29 


154 


55 


178 


28 


458 


58 


148 


27 


657 


75 


65 


12 


055 


44 


88 


10 


001 


15 


59 


7 


727 


9 


99 


16 


555 


14 


32 


5 


721 


4 


34 


7 


205 


4 


37 


6 


951 


7 


80 


13 


454 


2 


21 


5 


726 




49 


10 


535 


9 


1 




ID) 


1 


85 


24 


805 


18 


34 


4 


699 


9 


118 


26 


853 


36 


57 


17 


266 


11 


79 


22 


012 


14 


271 


58 


353 


52 


47 


13 


571 


12 


71 


15 


200 


16 


40 


11 


657 


11 


35 


7 


681 


11 


26 


6 


996 


5 


50 




ID) 


2 


38 


7 


001 


4 


190 


30 


546 


63 


29 


6 


854 


16 


27 


6 


714 


5 


17 


4 


097 


7 


93 


21 


471 


24 


52 


7 


406 


4 


97 


21 


591 


12 


32 


5 


326 


5 


42 


11 


657 


9 


97 


21 


534 


25 


80 


21 


226 


17 


510 


142 


202 


102 


7 


2 


879 


4 



ID) 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 



(0) 
13 030 



19 481 
ID) 



ID) 

3 959 

(Dl 



6 291 
10) 



97 
94 

1 676 
101 
635 



6 929 

2 649 

3 452 



4 603 

5 847 

2 277 

3 809 
2 945 



2 990 
847 
879 
131 
542 

2 072 
16 



1 040 
ID) 

1 246 
523 

2 231 
879 

2 288 
9 071 



963 
409 
607 
990 



93 

IDI 

423 

4 413 



975 
824 
270 

1 072 

585 

942 

96 

1 526 



1 358 
1 226 

15 150 
892 

(D) 



39 410 
53 331 
72 911 
35 821 



10 277 
29 133 



41 095 
22 235 



33 772 

14 718 
24 421 



11 234 
24 587 



1 096 
746 
548 

4 461 
925 

2 500 



12 010 
5 035 
11 088 



10 630 

6 127 

9 909 

9 509 

4 920 



349 
438 
972 
799 
050 
160 
458 



556 
677 
401 
624 
289 
652 
119 
662 
782 



3 574 

4 448 
4 071 
2 525 



2 500 

3 207 
3 645 

15 069 



1 075 

1 083 
695 

2 680 

1 683 

2 122 
1 340 

555 



3 910 

2 585 

17 545 

104 

442 



29 956 
50 519 
55 415 
29 973 



8 095 
21 851 



33 455 
17 064 



25 210 
10 898 
19 307 



8 984 
20 989 



892 
595 
414 

3 535 
530 

2 028 



9 145 
4 573 
8 142 



8 820 
4 961 
7 879 
7 899 
3 895 



3 307 

3 305 

4 478 
525 
834 

1 662 

2 852 



434 

2 297 
387 

3 480 

1 511 

4 384 

2 237 

4 180 

5 300 



2 688 

3 388 
2 897 
1 925 



834 
767 
853 



863 

827 

548 

2 154 

1 233 

1 752 

1 108 

489 



3 128 

2 058 

15 323 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-51 



by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



Apparel, accessory stores 




Total 




Men 


s, boys' apparel stores, custom tailors 






Establishments 


Sales 


Total 


Men's, boys' clothing 
and (urnishings stores 


Custom tailors 


Region, 

division, 

and 

State 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




116 223 


96 015 


14 039 979 


13 650 494 


22 451 


2 910 442 


19 423 


2 803 600 


3 028 


106 842 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


37 580 


28 740 


4 470 597 


4 293 574 


7 857 


1 020 726 


6 658 


980 975 


1 199 


39 750 


NE 


29 219 


24 729 


3 552 376 


3 464 314 


6 015 


769 840 


5 241 


739 544 


774 


30 196 


N.C. 


31 5811 


27 516 


3 697 106 


3 627 054 


5 089 


624 176 


4 627 


606 588 


452 


17 588 


SOUTH 


17 BUO 


15 030 


2 319 900 


2 265 542 


3 490 


495 700 


2 897 


475 392 


593 


19 308 


WEST 


7 11119 


5 953 


938 056 


910 162 


1 571 


202 314 


1 354 


196 842 


217 


5 472 


NE 
N.E. 


30 131 


22 787 


3 532 541 


3 383 412 


6 286 


818 412 


5 304 


784 134 


982 


34 278 


M.A. 


20 106 


17 186 


2 559 388 


2 497 972 


4 259 


563 954 


3 519 


537 220 


640 


26 734 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


8 813 


7 543 


992 988 


966 342 


1 756 


205 886 


1 522 


202 424 


134 


3 462 


Vt.N.C. 
SOUTH 


15 308 


13 412 


1 807 520 


1 775 538 


2 793 


343 029 


2 517 


333 804 


275 


9 225 


S.A. 


6 572 


5 568 


693 978 


676 550 


845 


97 593 


790 


95 874 


55 


1 719 


E.S.C. 


9 7011 


8 536 


1 195 608 


1 174 966 


1 451 


183 554 


1 320 


176 910 


131 


6 544 


*.S.C. 
*EST 


3 986 


3 434 


477 022 


466 650 


694 


83 853 


609 


81 485 


85 


2 358 


MT. 


13 8511 


11 596 


1 842 878 


1 798 892 


2 795 


411 847 


2 288 


394 907 


508 


15 940 


PAC. 


6U5 


549 


59 728 


57 718 


131 


14 398 


130 


(01 


1 


(0) 


N.E. 
MAINE 


U91 


405 


48 296 


46 584 


100 


10 463 


91 


10 339 


9 


124 


N.H. 


269 


219 


23 331 


22 525 


56 


4 894 


55 


(0) 


1 


ID) 


VT. 


3 521 


2 807 


472 381 


458 589 


726 


102 170 


615 


99 136 


110 


3 034 


MASS. 


587 


439 


79 743 


77 807 


130 


15 589 


101 


14 719 


29 


870 


R.I. 


1 936 


1 534 


254 577 


246 939 


428 


54 800 


351 


53 371 


67 


1 429 


CONN. 


16 271 


12 105 


2 029 873 


1 944 950 


3 478 


497 293 


2 881 


473 102 


597 


24 191 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


5 378 


4 176 


602 031 


574 059 


1 039 


133 521 


915 


130 755 


124 


2 855 


N.J. 


a 1(82 


6 506 


900 637 


864 403 


1 769 


187 498 


1 508 


180 275 


251 


7 222 


PA. 


« 711* 


4 042 


565 823 


553 569 


1 067 


131 386 


918 


125 649 


149 


5 737 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


2 563 


2 229 


303 187 


297 211 


452 


60 097 


418 


58 266 


44 


1 831 


INC. 


6 781 


5 481 


891 156 


865 150 


1 427 


185 835 


1 162 


173 212 


255 


12 523 


ILL. 


3 9911 


3 500 


556 145 


546 591 


820 


131 039 


716 


126 282 


104 


4 757 


MICH. 


2 3511 


1 934 


243 077 


235 451 


483 


55 597 


405 


53 811 


78 


1 786 


WIS. 


1 889 


1 547 


221 474 


213 938 


391 


47 206 


356 


46 134 


35 


1 072 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


1 689 


1 453 


169 235 


164 331 


413 


43 687 


398 


43 363 


15 


324 


IOWA 


2 1133 


2 077 


292 260 


285 216 


394 


54 869 


338 


53 419 


55 


1 450 


MO. 


325 


291 


43 025 


41 931 


74 


10 908 


71 


10 862 


3 


46 


N.DAK. 


UOS 


357 


41 849 


40 783 


92 


10 357 


87 


10 205 


5 


151 


S.DAK. 


842 


716 


100 607 


97 865 


155 


15 158 


143 


14 922 


12 


236 


NEB. 


1 230 


1 102 


124 538 


122 278 


237 


23 701 


229 


23 518 


8 


183 


KANS. 


316 


274 


38 471 


37 787 


61 


a 014 


55 


7 812 


6 


202 


S.A. 
DEL. 


1 506 


1 350 


220 994 


217 918 


323 


49 207 


285 


48 333 


38 


874 


MD. 


516 


444 


109 591 


107 861 


139 


25 084 


110 


23 590 


29 


1 494 


D.C. 


1 851 


1 713 


266 337 


264 403 


403 


56 391 


357 


54 311 


45 


2 080 


VA. 


919 


805 


105 030 


103 462 


152 


21 508 


135 


21 054 


15 


454 


W.VA. 


2 603 


2 287 


288 136 


283 576 


427 


48 871 


401 


48 069 


26 


802 


N.C. 


1 338 


1 152 


127 164 


123 946 


212 


18 851 


198 


18 227 


14 


524 


S.C. 


2 207 


I 897 


255 874 


250 270 


329 


42 855 


308 


42 092 


21 


763 


GA, 


t 052 


3 490 


395 923 


386 315 


747 


72 248 


567 


70 316 


80 


1 932 


FLA. 


1 631 


1 351 


165 903 


160 909 


231 


30 408 


215 


29 796 


15 


612 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


1 917 


1 629 


207 921 


202 531 


272 


30 892 


248 


30 214 


24 


678 


TENN. 


1 779 


1 533 


188 075 


184 269 


209 


23 323 


202 


22 983 


7 


340 


ALA. 


1 2«5 


1 055 


132 079 


128 841 


133 


12 970 


125 


12 881 


8 


89 


MISS. 


1 067 


935 


99 285 


96 811 


121 


11 743 


114 


11 399 


7 


344 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


1 623 


1 419 


209 627 


204 997 


232 


30 589 


205 


28 973 


25 


1 616 


lA. 


1 3911 


1 250 


165 730 


163 144 


197 


22 806 


183 


22 537 


14 


269 


OKLA. 


5 620 


4 932 


720 966 


710 014 


901 


lis 416 


817 


114 001 


84 


4 415 


TEXAS 


1(50 


378 


48 433 


46 941 


82 


10 397 


76 


10 351 


5 


35 


MT. 

MONT. 


355 


311 


37 752 


36 908 


64 


8 256 


63 


(0) 


1 


IDI 


IDAHO 


2U8 


208 


22 487 


21 799 


40 


4 354 


38 


4 354 


2 


10 


WYO. 


957 


819 


121 656 


118 744 


169 


21 435 


161 


20 578 


28 


857 


COLO. 


515 


451 


62 201 


61 187 


71 


11 144 


56 


10 912 


5 


232 


N.MEX. 


7U9 


643 


87 606 


85 624 


103 


10 444 


89 


101 


14 


(Dl 


ARIZ. 


424 


386 


55 261 


54 653 


86 


10 030 


68 


9 278 


18 


752 


UTAH 


288 


238 


41 626 


40 794 


59 


7 783 


48 


7 495 


11 


288 


NEV. 
PAC. 


I 428 


1 206 


172 833 


168 693 


260 


33 529 


217 


32 756 


43 


873 


WASH. 


856 


758 


108 814 


105 538 


180 


24 075 


163 


23 678 


17 


397 


OREG. 


11 062 


9 204 


1 504 200 


1 467 422 


2 228 


343 514 


1 833 


328 807 


395 


14 807 


CALIF. 


110 


88 


11 3B1 


11 181 


20 


2 771 


17 


2 614 


3 


157 


ALASKA 


398 


340 


45 650 


45 058 


108 


7 758 


58 


7 052 


50 


705 


HAWAII 



1-52 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, and State 



Apparel, accessory stores— Continued 



Women's clothing, specialty stores 



Total 



Establish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Women's ready-to-wear 
stores 



Establish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Women's accessory, specialty stores, furriers 



Total 



Establish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Millinery stores 



Establish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Corset, lingerie 
stores 



Establish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



united statesi total . 

regions: 
the northeastern states, 
the north central states 
the south 

THE WEST 

THE NORTHEASTEF?N STATESI 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTF?AL STATES! 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL ■ . . . 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . • 



THE SOUTH 1 

SOUTH ATLANTIC . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTF^AL 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



THE WESTl 
MOUNTAIN 
PACIFIC. 



NEW ENGLAND 1 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
VERMONT. . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND . 
CONNECTICUT. . 



MIDDLE ATLANTICl 
NEW YORK . . . 
NEW JERSEY . . 
PENNSYLVANIA . 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL' 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA . . . 
SOUTH DAKOTA . . . 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC! 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI. . . . 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

ARKANSAS 

LOUISIANA 

OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 



MOUNTAIN! 
MONTANA. . 
IDAHO. . . 
WYOMING. . 
COLORADO . 
NEW MEXICO 
ARIZONA. . 
UTAH . . . 
NEVADA . . 



PACIFIC! 

WASHINGTON 
OREGON . . 
CALIFORNIA 
ALASKA . . 
HAWAII . . 



15 189 

10 509 

10 953 

7 461 



2 e«3 
12 616 



561 

971 
421 



1 509 
5 952 



218 
183 
93 
1 351 
233 
765 



7 072 

2 272 

3 302 



1 579 
956 

2 654 
1 450 

821 



673 
581 
821 
120 
147 
273 
434 



119 
517 
204 
596 
300 
875 
472 
775 
1 703 



485 
573 
555 
358 



314 

553 

499 

2 055 



152 
144 
87 
356 
201 
293 
151 
12S 



577 
316 
868 
44 
147 



2 008 540 

1 333 789 

1 321 969 

927 985 



410 993 

597 547 



999 013 
334 776 



703 482 
213 407 
405 080 



174 005 
753 980 



16 745 

18 125 

5 955 

224 386 
43 490 

101 292 



958 689 
256 897 
381 961 



198 227 
112 350 
347 689 
248 343 
92 404 



75 432 

58 172 

102 105 

13 939 

14 095 
34 157 
36 876 



16 913 

81 732 

46 350 

99 652 

37 304 

94 518 

42 017 

100 184 

184 812 



51 444 
63 245 
58 035 
40 683 



23 932 

77 653 

52 554 

250 741 



14 684 
10 515 
5 969 
53 072 
20 028 
32 546 
19 299 
17 892 



59 887 

40 557 

632 944 

4 335 

16 257 



29 696 



8 612 
6 966 
8 672 
5 446 



1 663 
5 949 



4 662 

2 304 



4 323 

1 561 

2 788 



1 175 
4 271 



144 
119 
62 
778 
125 
435 



3 694 
1 263 
1 992 



1 025 
636 

1 532 
929 
540 



451 
462 
599 
92 
119 
226 
355 



361 
136 
467 
245 
715 
392 
614 
316 



350 
454 
448 
309 



255 
429 
408 
696 



119 
HI 

79 
270 
160 
240 
110 

86 



418 

234 

490 

31 

98 



4 427 797 



1 470 992 

1 043 276 

1 151 212 

762 317 



285 759 
1 185 233 



763 319 
279 957 



604 215 
186 785 
360 212 



146 519 
615 798 



13 688 

U 851 

4 952 

145 024 

38 405 

71 839 



715 347 
179 583 
290 303 



153 016 

88 503 

247 855 

204 694 

69 251 



58 703 
50 284 
84 522 
12 047 
12 696 
31 027 
30 678 



13 890 
69 497 
38 298 
83 881 
34 253 
85 298 
36 916 
88 543 
153 639 



43 762 
53 793 
51 729 
37 501 



20 907 

58 950 

47 256 

223 099 



12 062 
9 264 
5 724 

46 335 
17 138 
27 940 

13 394 

14 662 



50 921 

34 364 

515 647 

2 991 

11 875 



14 716 



6 877 
3 543 
2 281 
2 015 



1 180 
5 697 



2 798 
745 



1 238 
410 
633 

334 
1 681 



74 

64 

31 

573 

108 

330 



3 378 
1 009 
1 310 



554 
320 
1 122 
521 
2S1 



222 

119 

222 

28 

28 



42 
156 

68 
129 

55 
160 

80 
151 
387 



135 

119 

107 

49 



59 

124 

91 

359 



159 
82 

378 
13 
49 



537 548 

290 513 

170 757 

165 668 



125 234 
412 314 



235 694 
54 819 



99 267 
26 622 
44 868 



27 486 
138 182 



3 057 
6 274 
2 003 

79 362 
5 085 

29 453 



243 342 
77 314 
91 658 



45 211 
23 847 
99 834 
43 649 
23 153 



16 729 
7 888 

17 583 
1 892 
1 399 
3 130 
6 198 



3 023 

12 235 

8 052 
15 771 

3 051 

9 220 
5 101 

11 541 

31 173 



7 682 
9 452 
6 306 
3 182 



3 025 

8 903 

5 298 

27 542 



522 
251 
245 
737 
890 
506 
905 
230 



8 965 

6 193 

117 297 

1 344 

4 382 



3 243 



387 
935 
669 
252 



333 

1 054 



715 
220 



325 
137 

207 



67 
185 



20 
20 
10 
185 
32 
66 



534 
193 
327 



236 
130 
96 



12 

37 

31 

127 



42 835 

30 751 

22 658 

7 345 



10 457 
32 378 



21 898 
8 863 



10 339 
4 094 
8 225 



1 841 
5 505 



527 
751 
263 

6 120 
775 

2 021 



17 834 
5 444 
9 100 



4 330 

3 219 
7 188 

4 677 
2 484 



132 
753 
425 
(01 
10) 
(01 
294 



400 
1 473 

936 
1 817 

509 
1 254 

850 
1 597 
1 393 



919 
1 275 
1 517 

383 



351 
2 292 

970 
4 602 



327 
228 
(01 
538 
119 
129 
284 
(Dl 



1 058 

216 

4 221 



1 879 



1 142 
278 
186 
273 



205 
937 



243 
35 



113 

17 
55 



58 
215 



546 
179 
212 



33 

17 
125 
45 
22 



11 

6 

195 

2 



59 956 
(0) 

10 913 
(Dl 



9 296 

50 670 



(01 
749 



928 
(Dl 
(Dl 



531 
(Dl 



(01 
110 
103 
355 

(Dl 

437 



34 193 
13 522 
12 955 



1 349 
707 

5 648 

2 097 
(Dl 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 
295 



(Dl 
820 

1 016 
(Dl 
103 
288 
(01 
415 

4 724 



227 
345 
233 

(Dl 



(01 
383 

154 
1 443 



104 
84 
(Dl 
272 
186 
820 
537 
(Dl 



403 

(01 

10 200 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Nol available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-53 



by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 



Apparel, accessory stores— Continued 






Women's clothing. 


pecialty stores— Continued 




Family c 


lothing stores 


Shoe stores 


Region, 
division. 


Women's accessory, specialty stores, furriers— Continued 


Total 


Men's 


>hoe stores 


Hosiery stores 


Apparel, accessory, 
other specialty stores 


Furriers, fur shops 


and 
State 


Establisti- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 




ments 




ments 




ments 


ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




692 


37 634 


6 652 


725 151 


2 260 


188 565 


18 139 


2 701 282 


24 568 


2 390 288 


2 087 


188 210 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


Oil 


20 874 


2 781 


323 880 


1 156 


79 993 


4 191 


514 318 


7 706 


747 494 


894 


92 492 


NE 


161 


10) 


1 559 


101 


510 


101 


4 119 


717 953 


7 038 


543 747 


472 


38 008 


N.C. 


88 


(01 


1 164 


115 265 


174 


101 


7 727 


1 073 607 


6 118 


570 352 


455 


33 591 


SOUTH 


32 


2 717 


1 148 


(01 


310 


27 411 


2 102 


395 404 


3 706 


428 695 


255 


24 119 


XEST 


31 


1 444 


428 


89 473 


183 


14 564 


1 009 


151 693 


1 541 


142 029 


129 


12 438 


NE 
N.E. 


380 


19 430 


2 353 


234 407 


973 


65 429 


3 182 


352 625 


5 055 


605 455 


755 


80 054 


M.A. 


ISl 


101 


1 201 


140 283 


488 


51 871 


2 549 


451 364 


5 055 


481 242 


385 


31 359 


N.C. 

e.N.c. 


10 


363 


358 


(0) 


122 


ID) 


1 570 


255 589 


1 982 


152 505 


87 


6 549 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


38 


1 884 


664 


68 540 


98 


10 575 


3 191 


407 899 


2 940 


301 579 


201 


(01 


S.A. 


17 


714 


208 


18 799 


31 


(0) 


2 184 


255 310 


1 287 


98 981 


89 


(D) 


E.S.C. 


33 


1 536 


292 


28 927 


45 


(0) 


2 352 


400 398 


1 891 


169 792 


166 


(0) 


W.S.C. 
WEST 


1 


<DI 


158 


(01 


50 


5 503 


745 


128 228 


785 


75 891 


47 


3 558 


MT. 


31 


ID) 


990 


(01 


250 


21 908 


1 356 


267 176 


2 921 


351 804 


218 


20 451 


PAC. 


1 


(01 


40 


1 708 


8 


620 


148 


19 305 


117 


7 829 


4 


ID) 


N.E. 
MAINE 


- 


- 


35 


5 102 


4 


311 


82 


10 878 


97 


5 658 


2 


48 


N.H. 


- 


- 


13 


1 406 


4 


231 


53 


7 071 


48 


3 534 


- 


- 


VT. 


12 


605 


195 


51 213 


92 


7 059 


413 


57 927 


863 


75 008 


70 


7 577 


MASS. 


5 


141 


32 


1 874 


12 


1 141 


82 


8 079 


117 


10 389 


13 


ID) 


R.I. 


13 


633 


111 


18 170 


63 


5 192 


231 


48 433 


399 


37 511 


40 


3 629 


CONN. 


258 


13 846 


1 379 


137 731 


551 


39 738 


1 551 


162 851 


3 122 


334 175 


450 


52 772 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


«7 


3 281 


457 


44 355 


133 


10 702 


580 


58 345 


1 088 


111 292 


124 


11 323 


N.J. 


75 


2 303 


517 


52 311 


179 


14 989 


951 


131 429 


1 855 


159 998 


191 


15 959 


PA. 


21 


1 414 


247 


29 585 


94 


8 432 


560 


96 779 


1 301 


127 861 


81 


5 240 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


21 


1 127 


158 


16 547 


30 


2 147 


339 


61 545 


559 


60 085 


34 


2 444 


INO. 


80 


4 954 


442 


55 472 


239 


25 572 


847 


181 324 


1 469 


152 510 


145 


13 111 


ILL. 


19 


1 509 


249 


25 502 


77 


9 864 


514 


69 351 


992 


94 175 


92 


7 511 


MICH. 


10 


(0) 


105 


12 976 


48 


5 856 


289 


42 355 


535 


46 611 


33 


2 053 


WIS. 


3 


(0) 


104 


10 326 


49 


3 931 


361 


55 344 


385 


28 882 


17 


1 480 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


4 


(0) 


52 


4 291 


16 


1 541 


189 


29 955 


418 


33 342 


15 


ID) 


IOWA 


2 


(D) 


110 


9 487 


33 


4 722 


482 


78 027 


598 


50 453 


42 


2 919 


MO. 


- 


- 


15 


1 049 


4 


413 


64 


12 221 


53 


5 123 


. 


- 


N.DAK. 


- 


- 


14 


606 


5 


456 


75 


9 807 


68 


6 308 


- 


- 


S.DAK. 


- 


- 


15 


1 575 


14 


757 


172 


32 884 


196 


15 171 


11 


(0) 


NEB. 


1 


<DI 


48 


(01 


1 


101 


227 


38 351 


264 


22 226 


1 


10) 


KANS. 


1 


(01 


18 


2 115 


5 


302 


36 


5 079 


78 


5 887 


5 


(01 


S.A. 
DEL. 


7 


339 


71 


7 178 


25 


2 425 


196 


31 492 


385 


48 823 


32 


3 029 


MO. 


7 


(0) 


25 


2 548 


12 


(D) 


47 


14 246 


101 


21 578 


16 


1 401 


O.C. 


2 


(0) 


56 


12 316 


14 


1 297 


391 


52 659 


379 


41 489 


17 


1 109 


VA. 


* 


- 


25 


1 833 


6 


455 


230 


26 571 


198 


17 555 


10 


695 


W.VA. 


16 


408 


77 


6 455 


10 


805 


727 


101 351 


457 


37 059 


23 


1 269 


N.C. 


- 


•> 


44 


3 905 


2 


(0) 


400 


47 106 


189 


15 248 


6 


513 


s.c. 


4 


563 


89 


8 696 


5 


370 


515 


57 450 


359 


36 588 


27 


2 433 


GA. 


1 


(0) 


259 


23 444 


18 


(0) 


548 


51 935 


784 


73 352 


55 


4 721 


FLA. 


U 


186 


73 


5 584 


16 


555 


494 


53 945 


347 


24 515 


28 


(D) 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


8 


322 


57 


5 424 


10 


1 086 


574 


74 390 


420 


33 738 


29 


2 431 


TENN. 


3 


83 


47 


4 130 


4 


343 


597 


74 543 


339 


27 232 


25 


1 576 


ALA. 


2 


(01 


31 


2 551 


1 


(01 


519 


52 432 


181 


13 495 


7 


468 


MISS. 


3 


(0) 


35 


1 948 


5 


488 


355 


43 988 


236 


17 713 


7 


257 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


10 


(01 


58 


5 342 


5 


(0) 


438 


64 416 


304 


30 997 


35 


2 525 


LA. 


3 


(D) 


45 


3 751 


4 


(01 


310 


57 879 


285 


23 712 


9 


(D) 


OKLA. 


13 


676 


153 


17 875 


31 


3 045 


1 249 


234 115 


1 055 


97 370 


115 


8 554 


TEXAS 


_ 


. 


10 


875 


9 


1 316 


119 


15 148 


74 


5 072 


5 


(01 


MT. 

MONT. 


- 


- 


13 


885 


4 


54 


62 


12 395 


67 


5 492 


- 


- 


IDAHO 


- 


- 


4 


170 


- 


- 


62 


8 727 


40 


2 731 


1 


(01 


WYO. 


- 


- 


41 


3 824 


13 


2 003 


147 


24 083 


204 


20 072 


10 


938 


COLO. 


- 


- 


20 


2 212 


4 


373 


101 


18 899 


101 


10 122 


1 


(01 


N.MEX. 


1 


(01 


25 


(0) 


4 


158 


156 


25 737 


158 


15 450 


13 


541 


ARIZ. 


- 


- 


24 


4 237 


8 


847 


55 


14 895 


89 


9 098 


10 


101 


UTAH 






20 


1 909 


8 


752 


33 


7 344 


52 


5 844 


7 


493 


NEV. 
PAC. 


- 


- 


78 


5 059 


27 


1 436 


226 


40 378 


293 


35 388 


19 


1 388 


WASH. 


2 


(0) 


54 


4 522 


11 


845 


113 


20 793 


205 


21 289 


16 


101 


ORES. 


29 


2 540 


807 


81 485 


213 


18 851 


934 


188 943 


2 339 


287 403 


180 


17 962 


CALIF. 


- 


- 


4 


559 


9 


776 


21 


2 385 


15 


1 448 


- 


- 


ALASKA 


~ 


- 


47 


(01 


- 


- 


62 


14 677 


58 


5 275 


3 


(0) 


HAWAII 



1-54 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, and State 



Apparel, accessory stores— Continued 



Stioe stores— Continued 



Women's shoe stores 



Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 




($1,000) 




592 


036 


198 


0811 


12t 


104 




(D) 




(01 


31 


788 


156 


295 


92 


905 


31 


199 




(01 


29 


275 


50 


609 


It 


979 




(Dl 




101 




509 




(0) 


18 


578 


2 


639 


8 


657 


103 


226 


29 


355 


33 


715 


18 


513 


9 


Bin 


38 


93H 


19 


075 


6 


538 


6 


158 


3 


990 


13 


«39 


1 


056 




5511 


2 


73l( 


3 


158 


1 


6U9 


11 


113 


9 


385 


7 


595 


3 


712 


10 


501 


5 


272 


11 


21« 


27 


600 


5 


773 


10 


788 


8 


375 


a 


339 


2 


645 


10 


747 


5 


576 


31 


640 




940 




(01 




(0) 


3 


888 


1 


397 


3 


218 


2 


492 


1 


854 


6 


324 


5 


847 


72 


555 




282 




(0) 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Family shoe stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Children's, 

infants' wear 

stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Miscellaneous 

apparel, accessory 

stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



UNITED STATESi TOTAL . 

REGIONSI 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE WEST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATESI 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES! 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 



THE SOUTH I 

SOUTH ATLANTIC . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



THE WESTl 
MOUNTAIN 
PACIFIC. 



NEW ENGLAND I 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
VERMONT. . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND . 
CONNECTICUT. . 



MIDDLE ATLANTICl 
NEW YORK . . . 
NEW JERSEY . . 
PENNSYLVANIA . 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 1 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 



WEST NORTH CENTRALl 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA . . . 
SOUTH DAKOTA . . . 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC" 

DELAWARE ...... 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRALl 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI. . . . 



WEST SOUTH CENTRALl 
ARKANSAS .... 
LOUISIANA. . . . 
OKLAHOMA .... 
TEXAS 



MOUNTAINl 
MONTANA. . 
IDAHO. . . 
WYOMING. . 
COLORADO . 
NEW MEXICO 
ARIZONA. . 
UTAH . . . 
NEVADA . . 



PACIFICl 

WASHINGTON 
OREGON . . 
CALIFORNIA 
ALASKA . . 
HAWAII . . 



1 406 
770 

1 320 
552 



282 
1 124 



563 
207 



683 
252 
375 



107 
445 



5 

153 
22 
70 



533 
218 
273 



125 

73 

193 

128 

43 



15 
72 
35 
68 
34 
90 
50 
88 
231 



24 

65 

43 

242 



41 

22 

367 

3 

12 



316 
173 
125 
201 



38 
278 



143 
30 



24 
177 



157 
49 
72 



22 831 
11 290 

(0) 
(01 



2 948 
19 883 



9 545 
1 745 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 



297 
(Dl 



(Dl 
996 
(Dl 
780 



12 311 
3 561 



275 
128 
041 
531 
570 



381 

(01 

1 048 



(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 

937 

14 

667 

577 



413 
388 



(Dl 
718 
480 
208 



101 

409 

(Dl 

1 757 



(01 
(01 

381 
(Dl 
639 
(Dl 



882 

(01 

11 938 



090 
623 

217 
588 



192 
898 



3 955 
1 558 



1 989 

912 

1 315 



607 
081 



100 
85 
42 

606 
80 

278 



882 
697 
319 



050 
538 
081 
735 
551 



320 
373 
457 
45 
63 
167 
232 



57 
260 

50 
284 
154 
337 
133 
246 
465 



258 
296 
235 
123 



202 
193 
231 
690 



60 
55 
34 

159 
87 

113 
65 
33 



223 

165 

527 



434 087 
470 345 
359 541 
288 418 



94 855 
339 232 



347 433 
122 912 



192 796 
51 998 

104 747 



56 957 
231 461 



6 574 
6 101 
3 138 

47 857 
5 740 

24 445 



165 866 
67 053 
106 313 



100 803 

46 599 

97 424 

65 057 

37 450 



20 863 
27 868 
33 047 

4 067 

5 544 
12 544 
18 879 



4 700 
32 714 
10 778 
32 118 
13 148 
24 709 
10 463 
24 523 
39 543 



16 915 

19 801 

16 801 

6 480 



14 709 

17 315 

17 403 

55 319 



4 765 

4 635 
2 286 

14 855 

8 595 

11 952 

5 352 
4 487 



25 794 

14 312 

184 948 

1 155 

4 241 



2 013 
1 326 

1 480 
888 



338 
675 



931 
395 



720 
251 

499 



175 
712 



28 
26 
15 

142 
20 

107 



806 
335 
531 



171 
140 
325 
186 
109 



69 
76 
119 
12 
21 
36 
62 



21 

75 

17 

72 

37 

105 

57 

105 

228 



32 

86 

90 

291 



55 

35 

595 

6 

10 



155 487 

79 502 

(Dl 

(01 



29 513 
135 974 



56 280 
21 222 



47 595 

(01 

31 792 



9 721 
(Dl 



(Dl 

(Dl 

705 

10 834 

2 141 

12 483 



58 337 
29 537 
38 100 



10 592 

8 726 

21 273 

12 396 

5 289 



199 
899 
058 
(Dl 
(01 
088 
173 



(01 

9 284 

(Dl 

5 736 
2 054 

6 143 
2 576 
5 246 

11 612 



5 


405 




(01 


4 


563 


2 


158 


1 


521 


5 


401 


7 


545 


17 


225 




752 




775 




583 


1 


951 


1 


278 


2 


027 


1 


332 


1 


012 


3 


240 


1 


829 


46 


298 




425 




(01 



324 
212 
217 
193 



47 
277 



151 
61 



103 
24 
90 



76 
117 



140 
63 



14 


032 


7 


54b 




(Dl 




(Ul 


1 


514 


12 


518 


5 


535 


2 


010 


3 


935 




(Dl 


4 


992 


4 


324 




(Dl 




(Dl 




(01 




71 


1 


056 




55 




58 


8 


528 


2 


339 


1 


651 




978 




382 


2 


525 




639 




811 




411 




180 




748 




(Dl 




(01 




149 




211 




(Dl 




456 




(01 




410 




38 




194 




264 




541 


1 


764 




184 




(01 




379 




341 




288 




371 


1 


234 


3 


099 




370 




318 




113 


1 


043 




730 




392 




607 




751 




311 




271 


4 


998 




17 




(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-55 



by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 



Furniture, home furnishings, equipment stores 




Total 


Furniture, home furnishings stores 


Region, 
division. 


Establishments 


Sales 


Total 


Furniture stores 


Floor covering stores 


Total 


With 

payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


and 
State 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




•)3 6U9 


69 393 


10 925 843 


10 474 014 


54 889 


6 826 196 


37 215 


5 315 739 


7 601 


969 777 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


23 832 


17 230 


2 839 961 


2 707 873 


14 729 


1 815 550 


6 573 


1 289 148 


2 705 


314 738 


NE 


25 7U3 


19 HI 


2 914 416 


2 790 161 


13 754 


1 722 196 


9 265 


1 351 553 


2 184 


257 485 


N.C. 


27 319 


21 023 


2 926 573 


2 825 449 


16 594 


1 885 351 


12 854 


1 614 879 


1 490 


174 126 


SOUTH 


16 755 


12 029 


2 244 893 


2 149 511 


9 812 


1 402 081 


6 424 


1 061 059 


1 421 


223 428 


WEST 


S 576 


4 182 


626 046 


599 382 


3 250 


379 544 


2 024 


265 745 


500 


50 391 


NE 
N.E. 


18 256 


13 048 


2 213 915 


2 108 491 


11 469 


1 436 015 


5 649 


1 003 403 


2 105 


254 347 


M.A. 


17 702 


12 940 


2 086 350 


1 996 803 


9 555 


1 235 877 


6 234 


963 641 


1 574 


185 845 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


8 0«1 


5 171 


828 066 


793 378 


4 198 


485 319 


3 031 


388 012 


510 


71 640 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


13 270 


10 212 


1 4S3 357 


1 434 241 


8 181 


952 826 


6 201 


610 503 


723 


84 296 


S.A. 


5 793 


4 369 


562 152 


536 526 


3 582 


368 305 


2 955 


325 197 


275 


26 348 


E.S.C. 


8 256 


6 442 


881 064 


853 560 


4 831 


565 228 


3 697 


479 079 


491 


53 460 


W.S.C. 
WEST 


3 696 


2 704 


454 572 


436 274 


2 051 


285 571 


1 379 


224 932 


339 


44 380 


MT. 


13 059 


9 325 


1 790 321 


1 713 237 


7 761 


1 115 410 


5 045 


836 127 


1 062 


179 048 


PAG. 


1*37 


345 


34 025 


32 893 


225 


19 602 


164 


16 311 


35 


2 568 


N.E. 
MAINE 


387 


281 


27 338 


25 582 


202 


15 832 


133 


13 372 


42 


1 827 


N.H. 


2«1 


177 


18 005 


16 876 


124 


11 072 


90 


9 405 


17 


1 047 


VT. 


2 603 


1 905 


311 740 


297 216 


1 573 


182 427 


969 


139 450 


302 


28 167 


MASS. 


437 


333 


48 376 


46 714 


284 


31 363 


187 


23 676 


40 


4 685 


R.I. 


1 "171 


1 141 


186 561 


180 099 


652 


119 248 


481 


83 329 


164 


21 957 


CONN. 


9 297 


6 517 


1 158 731 


1 114 299 


5 215 


759 048 


3 472 


512 659 


1 127 


140 825 


M.A. 

N.Y. 


3 387 


2 485 


440 375 


420 442 


2 199 


291 904 


1 252 


201 781 


395 


53 242 


N.J. 


5 572 


3 946 


504 808 


573 750 


3 055 


375 064 


1 925 


288 953 


584 


50 280 


PA. 


<t 585 


3 '307 


540 387 


518 509 


2 566 


345 109 


1 700 


278 332 


448 


48 363 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


2 592 


1 898 


270 818 


257 787 


1 379 


159 722 


1 002 


132 259 


187 


16 910 


IND. 


1 676 


3 360 


596 782 


559 960 


2 557 


352 337 


1 704 


272 528 


392 


49 900 


ILL. 


3 733 


2 799 


453 812 


446 060 


1 888 


260 202 


1 129 


169 479 


350 


48 541 


MICH. 


2 116 


1 576 


214 551 


204 357 


1 055 


116 507 


599 


90 933 


197 


20 HI 


WIS. 


1 693 


1 217 


175 410 


155 950 


936 


109 271 


656 


84 746 


150 


17 816 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


1 626 


1 274 


144 535 


137 927 


641 


85 480 


596 


57 554 


145 


14 393 


IOWA 


2 015 


1 571 


236 123 


226 035 


1 121 


144 412 


831 


120 619 


129 


15 221 


MO. 


252 


192 


31 277 


30 191 


130 


19 346 


96 


16 020 


15 


1 915 


N.DAK. 


371 


303 


29 059 


28 009 


160 


15 711 


132 


13 351 


15 


1 545 


S.DAK, 


809 


611 


67 695 


84 353 


383 


52 477 


263 


37 683 


57 


12 531 


NES. 


1 275 


1 003 


122 967 


117 903 


625 


59 622 


451 


47 727 


88 


8 018 


KANS. 


233 


195 


35 770 


35 042 


126 


20 641 


76 


17 423 


21 


2 217 


S.A. 
DEL. 


1 15U 


684 


161 607 


157 521 


679 


105 710 


443 


B2 275 


86 


13 947 


MD. 


282 


226 


80 354 


79 074 


175 


50 442 


102 


41 550 


21 


4 203 


D.C. 


1 750 


1 394 


208 476 


202 516 


1 084 


137 552 


894 


120 402 


62 


9 594 


VA. 


767 


635 


81 559 


79 827 


387 


52 578 


321 


47 749 


32 


3 573 


W.VA. 


2 486 


1 922 


245 535 


236 251 


1 555 


170 351 


1 385 


154 592 


115 


9 503 


N.C. 


1 090 


886 


111 749 


106 721 


714 


80 089 


591 


72 654 


53 


4 558 


s.c. 


2 146 


1 596 


200 260 


190 504 


1 325 


130 390 


1 095 


116 453 


95 


6 546 


GA. 


3 362 


2 474 


357 647 


344 773 


2 022 


204 955 


1 290 


157 184 


237 


27 857 


FLA. 


I 413 


1 007 


135 183 


127 575 


836 


83 896 


653 


72 285 


60 


7 592 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


1 741 


1 297 


185 579 


178 269 


1 144 


128 828 


925 


114 745 


99 


9 055 


TENN. 


1 658 


1 308 


153 183 


158 081 


1 027 


110 839 


877 


97 668 


55 


6 544 


ALA. 


981 


757 


78 207 


74 603 


573 


44 740 


491 


40 479 


32 


3 147 


MISS. 


876 


716 


82 114 


79 436 


520 


53 071 


455 


49 788 


21 


2 073 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


I 130 


990 


150 382 


146 150 


634 


96 507 


514 


88 487 


60 


5 672 


LA, 


1 243 


959 


127 776 


122 644 


751 


61 524 


581 


58 300 


73 


9 986 


OK.LA. 


5 007 


3 777 


520 792 


503 450 


2 925 


333 925 


2 147 


272 504 


337 


45 747 


TEXAS 


336 


240 


34 177 


31 885 


150 


18 352 


100 


14 192 


22 


2 557 


MT. 

MONT. 


398 


302 


40 027 


38 189 


210 


22 468 


151 


17 385 


37 


3 561 


IDAHO 


211 


153 


18 215 


17 269 


107 


10 710 


84 


8 705 


15 


1 813 


WYO. 


1 019 


745 


122 849 


118 561 


578 


75 654 


350 


57 426 


119 


14 060 


COLO. 


455 


323 


48 943 


47 243 


256 


29 953 


201 


24 000 


27 


4 931 


N.MEX. 


704 


498 


88 401 


64 249 


410 


57 536 


276 


45 198 


60 


6 654 


ARIZ. 


397 


303 


69 554 


67 258 


224 


49 055 


146 


40 109 


42 


6 772 


UTAH 


176 


140 


32 406 


31 620 


106 


21 943 


57 


17 917 


17 


1 932 


NEV. 


1 567 


1 117 


175 022 


156 674 


882 


101 435 


611 


76 125 


125 


20 230 


PAC. 
WASH. 


951 


707 


108 252 


104 046 


557 


61 547 


397 


46 835 


77 


9 055 


ORES. 


10 255 


7 277 


I 465 737 


1 402 143 


6 216 


938 005 


3 976 


599 020 


874 


148 550 


CALIF. 


51 


37 


9 365 


9 135 


23 


6 772 


13 


5 459 


5 


1 100 


ALASKA 


235 


187 


31 925 


31 239 


61 


8 550 


48 


6 587 


" 


12 


HAWAII 



1-56 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, am) State 



Furniture, home furnishings, equipment stores— Continued 



Furniture, home furnishings stores— Continued 



Drapery, curtain. 
upholstery stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



China, glassware, 
metalware stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Miscellaneous home 
furnishings stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Household appliance 
stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Radio, television 
stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



UNITED STATES! TOTAL . 

REGIONS! 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE WEST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 1 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES! 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 

THE SOUTH! 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL . . . . 



THE WEST! 
MOUNTAIN 
PACIFIC. 



NEW ENGLAND! 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
VERMONT. . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND . 
CONNECTICUT. . 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 
NEW YORK . . . 
NEW JERSEY . . 
PENNSYLVANIA . 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL! 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA . . , 
SOUTH DAKOTA . . . 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC! 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI. . . . 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

ARKANSAS 

LOUISIANA 

OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 



MOUNTAIN! 

MONTANA. . 

IDAHO. . . 

WYOMING. . 

COLORADO . 
NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA. . 

UTAH . . . 

NEVADA . . 



PACIFIC! 

WASHINGTON 
OREGON . . 
CALIFORNIA 
ALASKA . . 
HAWAII . . 



1 578 

1 330 

1 187 

1 070 

338 
1 2«0 



1 Die 

312 



529 
179 
379 



189 
881 



19 

10 

137 



717 
262 
251 



210 
108 
331 
271 
98 



69 
27 
56 
10 
91 
25 
66 
260 



25 

26 

62 

261 



71 

45 

745 

2 



98 615 
62 770 
50 868 

54 734 



19 458 
79 157 



50 464 
12 306 



30 052 

8 714 

12 092 



(01 
ID) 

375 
464 
515 

7 603 
1 877 

8 624 



46 948 
18 384 
13 625 



10 402 

5 107 

18 772 

12 769 

3 414 



032 
274 
794 
197 
434 
814 
761 



498 
381 
065 
151 
581 
754 
888 
362 



2 


212 


2 


395 


3 


434 




573 




718 


1 


305 


2 


091 


7 


978 




(Dl 




554 




(01 


2 


439 




514 


1 


941 


1 


109 


1 


228 


2 


749 


2 


340 


39 


984 




(D) 


1 


151 



618 
440 
431 
352 



123 

495 



301 
139 



261 
73 
97 



73 

279 



285 
93 
117 



101 
45 
74 
52 
28 



37 

23 

206 



56 404 
23 515 
21 649 
33 531 



6 218 
50 165 



15 479 
8 135 



12 102 

4 589 
4 956 



(D] 
(D) 



104 
(Dl 
(01 

2 902 
(Dl 

2 860 



35 406 
7 348 
6 430 



2 720 

2 324 
4 692 

3 435 
2 308 



3 426 
1 737 
1 274 
214 
260 
527 
698 



235 
1 696 
I 170 
1 780 

449 
1 142 

659 
1 475 
3 494 



1 233 
934 

2 279 
143 



106 

505 

270 

4 077 



918 
(Dl 
6 
BOO 
161 
854 
(01 
(01 



943 

519 

27 202 

(01 



2 866 



154 
535 
632 

545 



175 
979 



429 
106 



357 

98 

167 



71 

474 



514 
197 
168 



107 
35 
156 

86 

44 



33 
154 



8 

18 

24 

117 



37 

15 

415 

3 



56 555 
26 673 
24 839 
29 329 



7 732 
48 923 



20 448 
6 225 



15 753 

3 457 
5 519 



3 816 
25 513 



124 
(01 

iUl 
4 285 

(Dl 
2 476 



32 198 

11 149 

5 576 



5 272 
1 112 

6 345 
5 978 



1 
1 


741 
249 




422 


2 


504 




10 




622 


1 


418 




258 


3 


408 


1 


353 


1 


525 




226 


1 


350 


1 


120 


1 


424 


5 


089 




576 


1 


689 




894 




298 




366 




638 




975 


3 


520 




(D) 




(01 




(Dl 




929 




347 




889 




(Dl 




(Dl 


1 


389 




795 


23 


149 




(Dl 




(01 



4 657 
6 321 
6 231 
3 HI 



1 143 
3 514 



4 029 
2 292 



2 754 

1 387 

2 090 



892 
2 219 



120 
97 
51 

500 
69 

296 



1 563 

579 

1 372 



015 
514 
911 
954 
535 



401 
463 
530 
66 
137 
276 
419 



61 

233 

39 

330 
233 

453 
215 
517 
563 



334 
351 
424 
278 



244 

322 

305 

1 219 



114 
111 

66 
224 
107 
134 
101 

33 



314 

203 

1 608 



2 386 835 



521 484 
594 948 
565 355 

405 049 



153 116 
458 366 



482 677 
212 271 



333 543 

131 719 
200 093 



98 529 
306 520 



6 742 
6 562 

4 386 
83 095 

9 678 
40 451 



233 029 

91 691 
143 648 



107 902 

52 976 

134 653 

124 140 

52 994 



37 230 
34 190 
57 634 
6 623 
8 156 
22 796 
45 642 



10 315 
35 528 
9 069 
40 350 
19 609 
49 407 
21 122 
49 500 
97 633 



32 


913 


38 


488 


35 


275 


25 


043 


21 


409 


36 


567 


30 


715 


111 


402 


10 


771 


11 


651 


4 


692 


25 


462 


12 


216 


15 


267 


12 


956 


5 


472 


36 


589 


29 


486 


220 


491 


1 


145 


16 


607 



2 516 

3 225 
2 512 
2 109 



747 
1 771 



2 300 
926 



1 356 

452 
704 



348 
1 751 



53 
36 

328 
52 

213 



824 
317 
630 



577 
355 
608 
457 
293 



194 

204 

219 

35 

43 

92 

139 



22 
122 

35 
210 

94 
212 

80 
148 
433 



155 
130 
102 
64 



58 

92 

108 

436 



248 157 
279 530 
203 627 
266 866 



55 333 

182 624 



214 133 
65 397 



114 362 

32 214 
57 031 



36 461 
230 387 



3 020 

3 650 
1 555 

32 706 

4 895 
19 505 



100 745 
32 233 

49 645 



50 280 
28 850 
64 557 
44 426 
26 010 



14 


999 


13 


161 


18 


548 


1 


969 


1 


915 


5 


164 


9 


520 


2 


383 


10 


094 


12 


439 


18 


357 


5 


185 


14 


271 


5 


159 


10 


425 


36 


059 


11 


698 


7 


948 


8 


907 


3 


661 


4 


058 


7 


274 


7 


537 


36 


062 


2 


407 


2 


580 


1 


335 


12 


424 


3 


130 


9 


008 


2 


179 


3 


418 


16 


749 


6 


255 


198 


580 




939 


3 


854 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-57 



by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 





Furniture. 


home furnishings, equipment stores— Continued 


Eating, drinking places 




Music stores 


Total 


Eating places 




Total 


Record shops 


Musical instrument 
stores 


Establishments 


Sales 


Total 


Region, 

division. 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


and 
State 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




8 075 


714 627 


2 571 


153 498 


5 504 


551 129 


334 481 


263 941 


18 412 414 


17 329 542 


223 876 


13 919 394 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


1 928 


154 760 


750 


50 636 


1 178 


104 124 


92 091 


73 739 


5 557 157 


5 255 355 


58 962 


4 127 864 


NE 


2 142 


217 742 


690 


31 334 


1 752 


186 408 


105 906 


83 215 


5 274 596 


4 893 802 


63 193 


3 518 863 


N.C. 


1 982 


171 230 


629 


31 108 


1 353 


140 122 


79 038 


59 740 


3 835 621 


3 594 393 


61 677 


3 272 276 


SOUTH 


1 723 


170 895 


502 


40 420 


1 221 


130 475 


57 445 


47 246 


3 745 040 


3 585 992 


40 044 


2 900 391 


WEST 


026 


28 053 


161 


9 080 


265 


18 973 


18 972 


15 892 


1 108 433 


1 063 851 


13 876 


874 231 


NE 

N.E. 


1 502 


126 707 


589 


41 556 


913 


85 151 


73 119 


57 847 


4 448 724 


4 191 504 


45 086 


3 253 633 


M.A. 


1 817 


153 663 


562 


25 407 


1 255 


128 256 


75 430 


59 110 


3 928 029 


3 645 063 


42 249 


2 631 531 


N.C. 
E.N.C. 


625 


64 079 


128 


5 927 


497 


58 152 


30 476 


24 106 


1 346 567 


1 248 739 


20 944 


987 332 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


979 


82 604 


329 


17 213 


650 


65 391 


35 085 


27 531 


2 036 156 


1 921 368 


28 574 


I 728 010 


S.A. 


372 


29 914 


109 


5 162 


263 


24 752 


14 406 


10 510 


609 517 


550 447 


12 235 


533 409 


E.S.C. 


631 


58 712 


191 


8 733 


440 


49 979 


28 547 


21 699 


1 189 948 


1 112 578 


20 868 


1 010 857 


W.S.C. 
WEST 


105 


33 891 


92 


4 078 


313 


29 813 


14 528 


11 852 


792 851 


753 095 


9 894 


590 929 


MT. 


1 318 


137 004 


410 


36 342 


908 


100 652 


42 918 


35 394 


2 952 189 


2 832 897 


30 150 


2 309 452 


PAC. 


27 


2 661 


10 


547 


17 


2 114 


1 501 


1 245 


55 213 


52 811 


1 357 


51 313 


N.E. 
MAINE 


35 


1 294 


10 


386 


25 


908 


1 161 


917 


45 423 


43 987 


1 054 


43 484 


N.H. 


20 


990 


6 


321 


14 


569 


656 


545 


27 367 


26 223 


577 


24 716 


VT. 


202 


13 512 


82 


4 532 


120 


8 980 


9 095 


7 952 


619 600 


601 204 


5 370 


476 514 


MASS. 


32 


2 239 


15 


777 


17 


1 462 


1 949 


1 475 


82 973 


76 463 


1 230 


61 423 


R.I. 


110 


7 357 


38 


2 517 


72 


4 840 


4 609 


3 757 


275 857 


253 153 


3 278 


216 781 


CONN. 


695 


65 909 


295 


25 699 


400 


40 210 


35 026 


29 100 


2 551 122 


2 445 054 


23 614 


1 980 753 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


292 


24 548 


124 


7 811 


168 


16 737 


13 781 


10 829 


817 169 


760 971 


8 107 


560 184 


N.J. 


515 


36 250 


170 


8 046 


345 


28 204 


24 312 


17 918 


1 080 433 


985 479 


13 365 


712 696 


PA. 


127 


37 096 


123 


6 583 


304 


30 513 


18 232 


15 358 


1 001 931 


952 141 


10 790 


590 213 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


2«« 


19 268 


69 


2 735 


175 


16 533 


8 017 


7 013 


449 822 


432 422 


5 528 


313 407 


INC. 


500 


45 215 


179 


8 826 


321 


36 389 


21 484 


15 670 


1 249 342 


1 135 792 


12 313 


883 675 


ILL. 


112« 


35 044 


145 


4 679 


279 


30 365 


14 223 


12 471 


751 178 


724 188 


8 685 


495 472 


MICH. 


222 


17 040 


46 


2 584 


176 


14 456 


13 474 


8 598 


475 755 


400 520 


4 933 


248 754 


WIS. 


160 


14 910 


33 


1 561 


127 


13 349 


5 451 


5 071 


330 935 


309 155 


4 457 


224 605 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


118 


11 704 


21 


796 


97 


10 908 


5 813 


4 591 


223 544 


203 185 


3 908 


169 287 


IOWA 


115 


15 529 


32 


1 512 


113 


14 017 


8 285 


6 492 


386 045 


351 719 


5 551 


295 455 


MO. 


21 


3 319 


4 


132 


17 


3 187 


1 534 


1 106 


62 224 


54 892 


862 


33 532 


N.DAK. 


31 


3 276 


9 


325 


22 


2 951 


I 474 


1 202 


58 313 


54 591 


1 058 


42 355 


S.DAK. 


58 


7 258 


8 


321 


50 


6 937 


3 029 


2 407 


142 408 


130 498 


1 951 


95 485 


NEB. 


92 


8 083 


21 


1 280 


71 


6 803 


3 879 


3 237 


142 998 


134 698 


3 157 


125 509 


KANS. 


22 


2 431 


9 


489 


13 


1 942 


722 


575 


42 484 


40 272 


558 


34 911 


S.A. 

DEL. 


120 


9 475 


43 


2 695 


77 


6 780 


5 115 


4 265 


337 089 


324 733 


3 037 


232 715 


MD. 


33 


8 404 


21 


3 644 


12 


4 760 


1 293 


1 219 


158 732 


157 585 


1 102 


150 865 


D.C. 


126 


12 187 


47 


2 612 


79 


9 575 


4 932 


4 006 


275 483 


262 559 


4 405 


250 845 


VA. 


53 


4 187 


5 


328 


47 


3 859 


3 238 


2 130 


94 546 


81 400 


2 334 


78 432 


W.VA. 


115 


11 606 


54 


2 032 


91 


9 574 


4 954 


3 708 


227 341 


210 359 


4 576 


214 481 


N.C. 


81 


5 379 


32 


965 


49 


4 414 


2 497 


1 701 


94 372 


86 182 


2 234 


87 824 


S.C. 


155 


9 945 


50 


1 869 


105 


8 075 


4 054 


3 074 


222 899 


209 985 


3 581 


204 168 


GA, 


24« 


18 990 


67 


2 579 


177 


15 411 


9 270 


6 852 


572 210 


538 292 


6 747 


473 758 


FLA. 


85 


6 674 


39 


1 294 


46 


5 380 


4 428 


3 274 


197 749 


181 523 


3 461 


157 929 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


116 


10 315 


22 


1 861 


94 


8 454 


4 524 


3 332 


l94 404 


179 630 


3 945 


178 298 


TENN. 


105 


8 162 


32 


1 406 


73 


6 755 


3 332 


2 470 


144 676 


134 580 


2 970 


132 757 


ALA. 


66 


4 763 


16 


501 


50 


4 162 


2 122 


1 434 


72 688 


64 614 


1 859 


54 425 


MISS. 


44 


3 576 


9 


235 


35 


3 340 


2 519 


2 083 


82 975 


77 580 


2 332 


74 574 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


82 


9 934 


29 


2 511 


53 


7 423 


4 778 


3 508 


221 500 


204 404 


2 839 


162 229 


LA. 


79 


7 800 


17 


486 


62 


7 314 


4 058 


3 200 


159 833 


150 245 


3 316 


144 342 


OKLA. 


426 


37 402 


136 


5 500 


290 


31 902 


17 092 


12 908 


725 539 


680 349 


12 381 


629 712 


TEXAS 


39 


2 647 


8 


349 


31 


2 298 


2 025 


1 611 


89 237 


83 269 


1 063 


49 831 


MT. 

MONT. 


44 


3 328 


10 


373 


34 


2 955 


1 520 


1 170 


53 315 


57 477 


967 


44 297 


IDAHO 


17 


1 478 


3 


143 


14 


1 335 


771 


623 


40 596 


38 145 


524 


28 740 


WYO. 


IIB 


9 289 


24 


1 019 


94 


8 270 


3 415 


2 942 


203 147 


195 881 


2 423 


152 739 


COLO. 


46 


3 644 


12 


545 


34 


3 099 


1 668 


1 298 


85 898 


81 994 


1 244 


67 007 


N.MEX. 


80 


6 570 


31 


1 204 


49 


5 366 


2 855 


2 322 


170 570 


163 152 


2 035 


135 262 


ARIZ. 


43 


5 362 


1 


(01 


42 


5 222 


(01 


1 170 


73 164 


70 206 


1 094 


65 455 


UTAH 


18 


1 573 


3 


(01 


15 


1 258 


(01 


716 


65 824 


62 970 


543 


47 587 


NEV. 


183 


15 248 


35 


2 257 


14B 


13 991 


5 446 


4 504 


297 340 


283 248 


3 713 


225 151 


PAC. 
WASH. 


97 


8 952 


13 


464 


84 


8 488 


3 634 


3 072 


199 116 


190 376 


2 500 


146 801 


OREG. 


1 003 


108 661 


349 


32 606 


654 


76 055 


32 311 


26 501 


2 332 752 


2 239 268 


22 826 


1 848 471 


CALIF. 


10 


529 


3 


269 


7 


260 


445 


379 


32 984 


31 956 


260 


18 510 


ALASKA 


25 


2 614 


10 


746 


15 


1 858 


1 082 


938 


89 997 


88 049 


851 


70 529 


HAWAII 



1-58 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 











Eating, drinking p 


aces— Continued 
















Eating places 


--Continued 










Restaurants, lunchrooms 


Cafeterias 


Refreshment places 


Caterers 






















Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 




(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


UNITED STATES! TOTAL . 


155 1(77 


10 176 866 


6 643 


891 592 


51 624 


2 106 395 


9 132 


744 540 


REGIONSI 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE WEST 


38 815 
15 081 
44 029 
28 552 


2 981 901 
2 599 845 
2 285 756 
2 208 354 


1 931 
1 718 
1 955 
1 029 


248 318 
204 623 
305 761 
132 890 


15 281 

13 994 

13 924 

8 425 


607 059 

543 111 
539 018 
417 208 


2 935 
2 400 

1 759 

2 038 


290 586 
171 284 

140 731 

141 939 


THE NORTHEASTERN STATESl 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


e 770 
30 0U5 


623 705 
2 358 196 


499 
1 432 


45 515 
201 802 


3 809 
11 472 


148 B62 
458 177 


798 
2 137 


55 128 
235 458 


THE NORTH CENTRAL STATESl 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL .... 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL .... 


29 7"t8 
15 333 


1 969 787 
730 058 


1 198 
520 


143 226 
61 397 


9 474 
4 520 


381 022 
152 089 


1 829 
571 


137 495 
33 788 


THE SOUTH 1 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 


20 316 
9 023 
la 660 


1 215 400 
388 420 
682 946 


933 
340 
692 


151 032 

39 193 

105 535 


6 438 
2 538 
4 948 


279 663 

85 442 

173 913 


857 
334 
566 


71 915 
20 354 
48 462 


THE WEST! 


7 319 
21 233 

889 
692 

too 

3 907 
836 

2 0U5 

16 «19 
14 873 

8 753 


461 273 
1 747 081 

38 923 
30 749 
18 521 

340 550 
44 792 

150 070 

1 437 540 
409 961 
510 595 


182 
847 

15 
22 
18 
324 
28 
92 

848 
207 
377 


22 056 
110 824 

970 
1 024 

1 135 
29 380 

2 547 
11 460 

142 618 
19 746 
39 438 


2 121 
6 304 

409 
299 
143 

1 791 
263 
904 

5 235 

2 607 

3 530 


88 235 
328 973 

9 216 
9 830 
3 422 

79 758 
8 234 

38 412 

247 553 

91 567 

119 057 


272 
1 756 

44 

51 

15 

348 

103 

235 

1 112 
420 
505 


19 355 
122 584 

2 204 
1 681 
1 638 

26 715 
5 850 

16 839 

152 942 
36 910 
43 606 


PACIFIC 


NEW ENGLAND I 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

VERMONT 

MASSACHUSETTS 

RHODE ISLAND 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 

NEW YORK 

NEW JERSEY 

PENNSYLVANIA 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 1 

OHIO 


7 334 
3 774 

8 720 
6 358 
3 552 


508 539 
226 808 
662 631 
375 928 
195 881 


350 
215 
361 
198 
74 


42 084 
19 393 
46 287 
28 300 
7 162 


2 619 

1 299 

2 653 
1 781 
1 122 


104 159 
48 053 

126 613 
55 697 
35 300 


4B7 
240 
579 
338 
185 


35 431 
19 153 

46 144 
24 347 
10 421 


ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 


WEST NORTH CENTRALI 


3 249 

2 904 

3 941 
648 
811 

1 455 

2 324 


173 712 
124 591 
203 255 
26 019 
33 668 
75 001 
93 812 


76 
88 
220 
20 
14 
37 
55 


8 886 

11 278 

30 056 

947 

888 

3 089 

6 253 


996 
839 
1 180 
178 
209 
410 
708 


35 406 
28 634 
46 816 

5 595 

6 558 
15 072 
23 906 


136 
77 

210 
15 

24 
48 
60 


6 500 

4 764 

15 329 

971 

1 242 

2 324 
2 536 


IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 1 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA .... 


326 

2 021 
675 

3 312 
1 706 

3 259 

1 553 

2 522 

4 972 


25 215 
160 075 

94 710 
172 234 

57 177 
151 369 

58 351 
146 066 
350 203 


36 
144 

93 
119 

45 
114 

57 
130 
195 


2 718 
17 294 
28 068 
23 963 

4 454 

17 100 

5 853 

18 943 
41 629 


176 
767 
285 
868 
552 

1 095 
576 
747 

1 372 


6 210 
44 060 
21 044 
44 428 
15 469 
40 280 
18 938 
30 743 
58 491 


20 
105 

49 
106 

31 
108 

48 
182 
208 


758 
11 285 

7 044 
10 220 

1 332 
5 732 
3 672 

8 415 
23 445 


WEST VIRGINIA 

NORTH CAROLINA 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL" 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI 


2 607 

3 014 
2 035 
1 366 


117 154 

130 924 

90 377 

49 965 


95 

no 

100 
35 


10 042 

13 893 

13 059 

2 199 


652 
722 
753 
411 


23 447 
26 509 

24 708 
10 578 


107 
99 
81 
47 


7 286 
6 872 

4 613 
1 563 


WEST SOUTH CENTRALI 


1 551 

2 086 
2 251 
8 672 


52 831 
115 514 

97 819 
415 782 


54 

61 

105 

462 


4 485 
10 058 
14 048 
75 935 


582 

595 

901 

2 859 


16 245 
23 678 
29 775 
104 015 


35 

96 

59 

378 


1 013 
12 769 

2 700 
31 980 




OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 


MOUNTAIN! 


798 
711 

417 

1 824 

923 

1 492 
736 
418 

2 749 
1 845 

15 817 
213 
609 


39 745 
35 359 
23 985 

119 054 
50 842 

106 255 
45 921 

40 101 

176 009 

114 786 

1 385 149 

15 861 

55 275 


11 
11 

5 
67 
25 
38 
22 

3 

101 

82 

629 

7 
28 


1 147 
625 
172 

7 941 

3 953 

10) 

2 418 
(D) 

a 882 

6 550 

92 152 

676 

2 454 


225 
229 

90 
461 
282 
4 34 
292 
107 

785 

491 

4 834 

37 

157 


7 364 
6 954 
3 918 

21 450 
11 324 
16 549 
14 851 
5 615 

35 058 

20 995 

252 376 

1 834 

8 700 


28 
15 
12 
71 
14 
72 
44 
15 

76 

82 

1 545 

3 

57 


1 574 

1 346 
565 

4 294 
668 
(Dl 

2 275 
(Dl 

5 192 
4 370 

108 784 

139 

4 099 


IDAHO 

WYOMING 


NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA 




PACIFICi 


OREGON 

CALIFORNIA 

ALASKA 

HAWAII 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withlield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availatile. (X) Not applicable. 'Revised. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-59 



by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 



Eating, drinking places-Continued 


Drug stores, proprietary stores 




Drinking places 
(alcoholic beverages) 


Total 


Drug Stores 


Proprietary stores 


Region, 
division. 


Establishments 


Sales 


Estab- 






With 
payroll 


Total, all 


Establish- 


Estab- 




Estab- 




and 
State 


lish- 


Sales 


Total 


establish- 


ments with 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


ments 






ments 


payroll 


ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


, ($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




110 605 


4 493 020 


54 732 


50 952 


S 486 682 


8 380 920 


50 318 


6 170 704 


4 414 


315 976 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


33 129 


1 429 293 


14 913 


13 811 


1 868 924 


1 832 998 


13 945 


1 785 667 


957 


63 057 


NE 


42 713 


1 555 733 


15 764 


14 720 


2 512 836 


2 484 505 


14 276 


2 415 065 


1 486 


97 771 


N.C. 


17 361 


553 345 


15 209 


15 017 


2 371 852 


2 344 754 


14 512 


2 291 674 


1 597 


80 178 


SOUTH 


17 1102 


844 649 


7 845 


7 404 


1 733 070 


1 716 662 


7 462 


1 676 098 


354 


54 972 


WEST 


5 096 


234 202 


3 841 


3 701 


485 055 


480 507 


3 553 


453 579 


278 


22 476 


NE 
N.E. 


2S 033 


1 195 091 


11 072 


10 110 


1 382 869 


1 352 391 


10 383 


1 322 288 


589 


50 581 


M.A. 


33 181 


1 296 498 


10 547 


10 021 


1 792 158 


1 771 925 


9 750 


1 717 305 


897 


74 863 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


9 532 


359 235 


5 117 


4 599 


720 658 


712 580 


4 528 


697 750 


569 


22 908 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


7 511 


308 145 


7 330 


6 832 


1 201 834 


1 190 834 


6 407 


1 154 065 


923 


47 749 


S.A. 


2 171 


75 108 


3 528 


3 184 


437 573 


430 167 


3 203 


425 455 


325 


12 218 


E.S.C. 


7 579 


179 091 


5 351 


5 001 


732 345 


723 753 


5 002 


712 134 


349 


20 211 


W.S.C. 
IIEST 


■t 63U 


201 922 


2 326 


2 178 


426 776 


423 792 


2 230 


421 401 


95 


7 375 


MT. 


12 768 


542 727 


5 520 


5 226 


1 304 294 


1 294 870 


5 252 


1 256 697 


268 


47 597 


PAC. 


1144 


3 900 


284 


278 


29 866 


29 730 


247 


27 790 


37 


2 076 


N.E. 

MAINE 


97 


2 939 


176 


170 


18 935 


18 587 


152 


17 290 


24 


1 645 


N.H. 


79 


2 651 


131 


U7 


12 603 


12 089 


114 


11 977 


17 


525 


VT. 


2 726 


143 086 


2 010 


1 935 


247 410 


244 816 


1 890 


235 786 


120 


11 524 


MASS. 


719 


21 550 


332 


324 


45 345 


44 918 


304 


43 607 


28 


1 739 


R.I. 


1 331 


60 076 


908 


876 


131 895 


130 367 


356 


127 129 


52 


4 766 


CONN. 


11 412 


570 359 


5 525 


4 997 


700 756 


582 915 


5 339 


684 458 


186 


16 308 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


5 674 


256 985 


1 856 


1 766 


256 942 


254 262 


1 767 


250 110 


89 


5 832 


N.J. 


10 947 


367 737 


3 591 


3 347 


425 151 


415 213 


3 277 


387 720 


414 


37 441 


PA. 


7 442 


311 718 


2 671 


2 549 


416 492 


414 310 


2 431 


401 644 


240 


16 848 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


2 489 


135 415 


1 427 


1 353 


237 480 


234 714 


1 280 


226 640 


147 


8 540 


IND. 


9 171 


355 657 


3 033 


2 815 


550 467 


553 773 


2 818 


547 724 


215 


12 743 


ILL. 


5 538 


255 705 


2 397 


2 271 


422 663 


416 297 


2 174 


391 196 


223 


31 485 


MICH. 


8 541 


226 992 


1 119 


1 033 


153 045 


150 832 


1 047 


147 899 


'^ 


5 147 


*IS. 


2 004 


106 329 


929 


893 


150 107 


149 077 


898 


147 825 


31 


2 282 


W.N.C. 

MINN. 


1 905 


54 357 


899 


809 


113 780 


112 300 


770 


109 485 


129 


4 294 


IOWA 


2 735 


90 589 


1 4S2 


1 310 


224 945 


221 486 


1 285 


215 901 


195 


9 045 


MO. 


672 


28 592 


197 


191 


29 363 


29 203 


184 


28 764 


13 


519 


N.DAK. 


416 


15 957 


237 


227 


32 924 


32 560 


218 


32 195 


19 


729 


S.OAK. 


1 078 


46 922 


564 


516 


56 505 


57 927 


501 


65 300 


63 


2 305 


NEB. 


722 


16 489 


809 


753 


100 923 


100 027 


671 


97 289 


138 


3 534 


KANS. 


164 


7 573 


142 


134 


21 561 


21 489 


124 


20 462 


18 


1 199 


S.A. 
DEL. 


2 078 


104 374 


846 


825 


176 278 


177 596 


772 


172 906 


74 


5 370 


MO. 


191 


17 856 


250 


245 


83 003 


62 845 


235 


60 570 


14 


2 333 


D.C. 


527 


25 638 


946 


916 


186 905 


188 040 


855 


163 742 


91 


5 164 


VA. 


904 


16 114 


433 


407 


58 585 


57 765 


351 


52 863 


82 


5 722 


W.VA. 


388 


12 850 


1 072 


1 028 


152 308 


150 792 


995 


148 947 


75 


3 351 


N.C. 


263 


5 548 


555 


615 


74 508 


73 812 


595 


72 592 


59 


1 815 


S.C. 


473 


-18 731 


1 153 


1 105 


158 125 


156 551 


1 090 


153 226 


73 


4 899 


GA. 


2 523 


98 442 


1 823 


1 555 


285 450 


281 844 


1 387 


268 575 


435 


17 885 


FLA. 


967 


39 820 


834 


784 


119 030 


117 568 


754 


114 924 


70 


4 105 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


579 


16 106 


1 130 


976 


142 659 


139 305 


995 


139 305 


135 


3 364 


TENN. 


362 


11 919 


955 


871 


110 488 


108 818 


878 


108 045 


77 


2 443 


ALA. 


263 


8 263 


509 


553 


65 485 


54 476 


566 


53 181 


43 


2 305 


MISS. 


287 


8 402 


555 


520 


61 880 


61 040 


538 


61 018 


28 


662 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


1 939 


59 271 


897 


871 


124 530 


124 025 


863 


122 311 


34 


2 219 


LA. 


742 


15 491 


837 


797 


97 129 


95 527 


772 


94 638 


65 


2 491 


OKLA. 


4 711 


95 927 


3 051 


2 813 


448 806 


443 160 


2 829 


434 157 


222 


14 639 


TEXAS 


962 


39 405 


250 


240 


31 803 


31 111 


244 


30 754 


16 


1 049 


MT. 

MONT. 


553 


19 018 


229 


215 


37 573 


37 133 


224 


37 135 


5 


538 


IDAHO 


247 


U 855 


140 


128 


20 673 


20 265 


125 


20 184 


14 


489 


WYO. 


993 


50 408 


621 


583 


108 567 


107 487 


599 


106 715 


22 


1 852 


COLO. 


424 


19 891 


286 


264 


44 160 


43 734 


269 


43 602 


17 


558 


N.MEX. 


820 


35 408 


398 


378 


85 485 


85 523 


389 


85 755 


9 


720 


ARIZ. 


280 


7 598 


276 


262 


58 517 


67 933 


269 


57 348 


7 


1 169 


UTAH 


355 


18 237 


115 


108 


30 898 


30 606 


110 


29 898 


6 


1 000 


NEV. 
PAC. 


I 733 


72 189 


914 


862 


163 271 


151 777 


859 


160 028 


45 


3 243 


WASH. 


1 134 


52 315 


510 


490 


87 919 


87 211 


486 


86 531 


24 


r 1 388 


OREG. 


9 485 


484 281 


3 946 


3 742 


1 014 053 


1 007 329 


3 775 


972 714 


170 


36 568 


CALIF. 


185 


14 474 


40 


40 


12 224 


12 224 


34 


11 771 


6 


453 


ALASKA 


231 


19 458 


110 


92 


26 827 


25 329 


67 


25 553 


23 


1 174 


HAWAII 



Revised. 



1-60 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 





Other retail stores 








Total 








Antique stores, secondhand stores | 












Liguor stores 










1 












Establishments 


Sales 1 








Total 


DnniAn r{iltif*l/^n nriti Ct'^ta 


















Kegion, Qivision, ana oiaie 




With 
payroll 


Total, all 


Establish- 












Total 


establish- 


ments with 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 






ments 


payroll 


ments 




ments 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


UNITED STATES, TOTAL . 


2UU 868 


163 229 


21 309 222 


19 775 118 


40 188 


5 189 219 


25 797 


903 354 


regions: 


















THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 


69 973 


44 093 


5 440 767 


5 889 015 


11 416 


1 500 110 


6 098 


209 534 


THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 


57 «77 


45 155 


5 834 092 


5 435 175 


10 453 


1 150 506 


5 305 


209 155 


THE SOUTH 


55 045 


46 034 


5 416 539 


5 081 925 


10 818 


1 368 953 


8 583 


281 005 


THE *eST 


41 372 


27 935 


3 617 824 


3 358 002 


7 501 


1 069 540 


4 811 


203 559 


THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 1 


















NEW ENSLANO 


19 541 


12 307 


1 777 825 


1 517 920 


3 580 


449 025 


1 801 


45 250 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


50 432 


31 785 


4 552 941 


4 271 095 


7 735 


1 151 084 


4 297 


163 374 


THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES" 


















EAST NORTH CENTRAL .... 


44 515 


28 948 


3 749 035 


3 469 968 


6 315 


792 731 


4 437 


141 284 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL .... 


22 862 


15 218 


2 085 056 


1 956 208 


4 138 


357 775 


1 868 


67 882 


THE SOUTH 1 


















SOUTH ATLANTIC 


31 905 


22 455 


2 823 100 


2 565 834 


5 189 


828 692 


3 722 


125 771 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 


12 585 


8 589 


951 672 


901 346 


1 560 


205 591 


1 917 


54 540 


WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 


21 456 


14 990 


1 631 767 


1 513 745 


4 069 


333 680 


2 944 


99 594 


THE WESTl 


















MOUNTAIN 


10 310 
31 062 


6 872 
21 064 


765 505 
2 852 319 


707 187 
2 550 815 


1 854 
5 537 


185 520 
884 120 


1 158 
3 553 


41 911 
151 648 


IIUUI<ll*^*ll • ■ • ■ • ■ • ■ * 

PACIFIC. 


NEW ENGLANDI 


MAINE 


1 629 


1 135 


158 775 


152 514 


109 


29 080 


206 


5 030 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


1 272 


820 


122 008 


115 210 


63 


26 414 


175 


2 036 


VERMONT 


808 


544 


85 646 


80 524 


53 


12 239 


103 


1 535 


MASSACHUSETTS 


9 102 


5 956 


855 530 


803 380 


1 570 


230 798 


857 


22 515 


RHODE ISLAND 


1 471 


875 


112 959 


100 959 


254 


28 138 


88 


1 983 


CONNECTICUT 


5 259 


2 977 


432 907 


355 333 


1 521 


122 357 


372 


13 150 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC: 


















NEW YORK 


25 292 


15 570 


2 521 379 


2 295 711 


4 176 


557 392 


2 200 


97 494 


NEW JERSEY 


9 875 


6 338 


892 458 


809 190 


2 045 


250 892 


729 


24 634 


PENNSYLVANIA 


14 264 


8 878 


1 249 104 


1 166 194 


1 515 


342 800 


1 368 


41 246 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL: 


















OHIO .*.......... 


11 017 
6 445 

13 209 
8 455 


7 173 

4 277 

8 395 

5 409 


861 422 

550 052 

1 222 612 

629 339 


800 154 

514 154 

1 129 010 

574 579 


1 542 
843 

2 053 
1 015 


225 266 

53 578 

331 350 

106 105 


1 315 

627 

1 114 

1 001 


41 195 
18 146 
35 891 
33 330 


INDIANA 


ILLINOI*; .......... 


t^^iiNuio . . . . . . . . . . 

MICHIGAN 


WISCONSIN 


5 478 


3 594 


485 511 


452 051 


751 


75 422 


380 


11 722 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL: 


















MINNESOTA. .... 


4 398 
4 704 


3 004 
3 255 


397 757 
532 195 


372 839 
509 537 


831 
384 


105 525 
54 059 


331 
308 


14 957 

7 842 


IOWA 


MISSOURI 


5 863 


4 139 


541 599 


509 957 


974 


89 275 


629 


25 938 


NORTH DAKOTA 


751 


555 


50 110 


45 738 


195 


10 898 


36 


901 


SOUTH DAKOTA 


1 089 


843 


75 170 


71 118 


313 


18 350 


70 


1 719 


NEBRASKA 


2 513 


1 781 


225 919 


209 209 


487 


29 799 


190 


7 528 


KANSAS 


3 434 


2 630 


262 305 


245 700 


953 


48 758 


304 


8 887 


SOUTH ATLANTIC: 


















DELAWARE .......... 


873 
3 231 

1 110 


567 

2 381 

945 


85 034 
353 378 
213 113 


80 832 
335 685 
209 253 


315 
815 
355 


27 550 
108 604 
126 682 


53 
355 
114 


2 575 

12 948 
7 342 

21 60 1<. 
4 095 


u^l^'.nHr^i. .......... 

MARYLAND .......... 


DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA . . . . 


VIRGINIA 


3 832 
1 716 


2 848 
1 172 


407 982 
110 599 


394 905 
104 209 


271 
281 


119 769 
40 522 


602 
191 


WEST VIRGINIA 


NORTH CAROLINA 


5 223 


3 555 


446 252 


423 958 


297 


78 279 


571 


16 823 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


2 844 


1 830 


179 430 


154 544 


528 


41 225 


316 


8 954 


GEORGIA 


4 581 


3 341 


413 200 


391 425 


819 


92 255 


537 


20 028 


FLORIDA 


e 395 


5 505 


614 112 


571 000 


1 408 


193 596 


972 


32 404 


EAST SOUTH central: 


















KENTUCKY 


3 829 


2 483 


257 057 


235 893 


571 


72 444 


680 


17 035 


TENNESSEE 


3 931 


2 763 


313 532 


295 282 


560 


52 709 


597 


15 924 


ALABAMA 


3 079 


2 063 


238 653 


224 101 


195 


59 471 


433 


15 715 


MISSISSIPPI 


1 845 


1 280 


152 420 


144 070 


134 


11 957 


207 


5 955 


WEST SOUTH central: 


ARKANSAS ■■•.>■•>>• 


2 292 
2 572 


1 554 
1 982 


190 558 
215 258 


180 824 
202 570 


465 
527 


34 351 
38 287 


233 
283 


7 243 
12 307 


^^r^FNWIIJMJ • ■ * • 9 • • • • • 

LOUISIANA 


OKLAHOMA 


3 190 


2 332 


220 012 


202 508 


552 


40 032 


432 


12 895 


TEXAS 


13 302 


9 022 


1 005 939 


927 843 


2 415 


221 000 


1 945 


67 149 


mountain: 


MONTANA. .......... 


901 
995 


521 

589 


53 101 
87 956 


59 259 

82 584 


160 
152 


21 408 
14 232 


53 
97 


1 52B 

3 300 


IDAHO 


WYOMING 


623 


393 


35 159 


31 523 


109 


8 949 


59 


1 463 


COLORADO 


2 902 


1 870 


208 981 


189 421 


587 


52 693 


354 


15 109 


NEW MEXICO 


1 352 


895 


94 044 


86 784 


313 


28 959 


173 


4 048 


ARIZONA 


2 033 


1 327 


139 310 


127 695 


327 


25 606 


288 


9 883 


UTAH 


971 


701 


82 481 


78 179 


134 


19 759 


55 


2 646 


NEVADA 


533 


375 


54 453 


51 641 


82 


12 914 


49 


3 934 


PACIFIC: 


















WASHINGTON 


3 739 


2 525 


422 918 


404 478 


371 


103 244 


440 


17 090 


OREGON 


2 505 


1 704 


238 971 


225 477 


274 


55 355 


375 


12 122 


CALIFORNIA 


23 842 


15 095 


2 122 776 


1 969 874 


4 843 


710 435 


2 780 


129 902 


ALASKA 


287 


205 


29 052 


27 234 


72 


9 921 


18 


940 


HAWAII 


588 


434 


38 592 


33 752 


77 


5 154 


39 


l 594 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicaljle. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-61 



by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



other retail stores— Continued 






Antique stores, secondhand stores- 


-Continued 






Book, stationery stores 








Antique stores 


Secondhand stores 


Total 


Bool( stores 


Stationery stores 


Region, 
division. 






















and 


Establisti- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


State 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




5 935 


121 797 


19 862 


781 567 


8 821 


718 984 


3 154 


279 484 


5 657 


439 500 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


2 357 


(D) 


3 741 


(01 


3 752 


294 445 


1 018 


90 455 


2 734 


203 990 


NE 


1 322 


17 407 


4 983 


191 759 


1 833 


151 810 


717 


(01 


1 116 


(Dl 


N.C. 


1 538 


32 398 


7 045 


248 607 


1 610 


124 256 


713 


(D) 


897 


(01 


SOUTH 


718 


(01 


4 093 


(01 


1 626 


148 473 


706 


(01 


920 


(01 


WEST 


860 


101 


941 


(Dl 


770 


63 095 


261 


22 930 


509 


40 165 


NE 

N.E. 


1 «97 


42 932 


2 800 


120 442 


2 982 


231 350 


757 


67 525 


2 225 


163 825 


I^.A. 


970 


12 952 


3 467 


128 332 


1 368 


115 849 


528 


53 590 


840 


52 259 


N.C. 
E.N.C. 


352 


4 455 


1 516 


63 427 


465 


35 961 


189 


(D) 


276 


(01 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


768 


16 213 


2 954 


110 558 


871 


63 078 


349 


(01 


522 


(01 


S.A. 


350 


6 099 


1 567 


48 541 


259 


22 169 


130 


13 178 


129 


8 991 


E.S.C. 


120 


10 086 


2 524 


89 508 


480 


39 009 


234 


17 034 


246 


21 975 


W.S.C. 
WEST 


132 


1 814 


1 026 


40 097 


286 


21 696 


147 


(Dl 


139 


(Dl 


MT. 


586 


(D) 


3 067 


(0) 


1 340 


126 777 


559 


55 284 


781 


71 493 


PAC. 


911 


1 453 


112 


3 577 


46 


2 573 


24 


1 018 


22 


1 555 


N.E. 
MAINE 


103 


940 


72 


1 096 


53 


3 770 


13 


1 409 


40 


2 361 


N.H. 


65 


854 


38 


682 


21 


1 624 


10 


587 


11 


1 037 


VT. 


3911 


7 253 


463 


15 262 


409 


35 568 


136 


12 466 


273 


23 100 


MASS. 


21 


101 


67 


(01 


47 


2 152 


12 


276 


35 


1 876 


R.I. 


183 


(0) 


189 


(Dl 


194 


17 408 


66 


7 172 


128 


10 235 


CONN. 


786 


33 123 


1 414 


64 371 


1 923 


160 109 


489 


47 122 


1 434 


112 987 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


269 


3 819 


460 


20 815 


501 


36 442 


101 


8 715 


400 


27 727 


N.J. 


1(112 


5 990 


926 


35 256 


558 


34 799 


167 


11 668 


391 


23 111 


PA. 


304 


4 071 


1 Oil 


37 124 


282 


20 775 


99 


9 056 


183 


11 719 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


1117 


1 260 


480 


16 886 


159 


12 804 


69 


5 209 


90 


7 595 


IND. 


2111 


4 633 


873 


32 258 


523 


44 696 


192 


21 740 


331 


22 956 


ILL. 


185 


2 174 


816 


31 156 


275 


24 711 


119 


11 230 


155 


13 481 


MICH. 


93 


814 


287 


10 908 


129 


12 863 


49 


6 355 


80 


6 508 


WIS. 


50 


569 


281 


14 398 


98 


6 442 


38 


3 360 


60 


3 082 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


67 


488 


241 


7 354 


73 


8 216 


28 


4 051 


45 


4 165 


IOWA 


142 


2 465 


487 


23 473 


137 


9 953 


52 


4 434 


85 


5 519 


MO. 


2 


14 


34 


887 


10 


626 


2 


(Dl 


8 


(Dl 


N.DAK. 


8 


40 


62 


1 679 


17 


897 


9 


469 


8 


428 


S.DAK. 


33 


531 


157 


7 097 


47 


2 412 


24 


1 038 


23 


1 374 


NEB. 


50 


348 


254 


8 539 


83 


7 415 


36 


3 139 


47 


4 276 


KANS. 


22 


867 


41 


1 708 


18 


2 165 


3 


(Dl 


15 


(01 


S.A. 
DEL. 


126 


1 629 


230 


11 319 


114 


8 481 


49 


3 351 


65 


5 130 


MO. 


29 


2 097 


85 


5 245 


55 


5 590 


35 


3 995 


20 


1 595 


D.C. 


192 


3 778 


410 


17 823 


112 


8 043 


54 


3 359 


58 


4 684 


VA. 


26 


176 


165 


3 920 


47 


3 329 


17 


736 


30 


2 593 


W.VA. 


111 


1 633 


460 


15 190 


93 


8 492 


39 


2 257 


54 


6 235 


N.C. 


42 


1 214 


274 


7 740 


53 


4 620 


21 


2 447 


32 


2 173 


s.c. 


74 


1 512 


463 


18 516 


112 


8 254 


31 


2 430 


81 


5 824 


SA. 


146 


3 307 


826 


29 097 


267 


14 104 


100 


5 269 


167 


6 835 


FLA. 


130 


2 692 


550 


14 344 


58 


3 670 


22 


1 726 


36 


1 944 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


127 


1 616 


470 


14 306 


92 


8 546 


53 


6 786 


39 


1 760 


TENN. 


67 


1 336 


366 


14 379 


77 


7 867 


43 


4 065 


34 


3 802 


ALA. 


26 


455 


181 


5 510 


32 


2 086 


12 


601 


20 


1 485 


MISS. 


33 


717 


250 


6 526 


25 


1 014 


17 


729 


8 


285 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


60 


3 316 


223 


8 991 


66 


7 547 


30 


2 241 


35 


5 306 


LA. 


48 


613 


384 


12 282 


74 


4 584 


30 


1 943 


44 


2 541 


OKLA. 


279 


5 440 


1 667 


61 709 


315 


25 864 


157 


12 121 


158 


13 743 


TEXAS 


5 


78 


58 


1 450 


20 


1 524 


12 


973 


8 


551 


MT. 

MONT. 


8 


38 


89 


3 262 


28 


2 412 


9 


512 


19 


1 900 


IDAHO 


7 


154 


52 


1 309 


14 


648 


5 


171 


9 


477 


WYO. 


58 


740 


306 


14 369 


90 


6 535 


50 


3 155 


40 


3 381 


COLO. 


15 


165 


158 


3 883 


40 


2 232 


20 


602 


20 


1 630 


N.MEX. 


31 


446 


257 


9 437 


54 


5 536 


32 


id; 


22 


(Dl 


ARIZ. 


2 


14 


63 


2 632 


28 


1 816 


13 


1 112 


15 


704 


UTAH 


6 


179 


43 


3 755 


12 


992 


6 


462 


5 


530 


NEV. 
PAC. 


40 


436 


400 


16 654 


117 


11 891 


49 


7 396 


68 


4 495 


WASH. 


63 


1 292 


313 


10 830 


69 


8 299 


27 


2 940 


42 


5 359 


OREG. 


478 


10 829 


2 302 


119 073 


1 120 


103 821 


465 


43 772 


655 


60 049 


CALIF. 


2 


102 


16 


838 


11 


808 


5 


213 


5 


595 


ALASKA 


' 


111 


36 


I 483 


23 


1 958 


13 


953 


10 


995 


HAWAII 



1-62 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, and State 



UNITED STATES. TOTAL . 

REGIONS! 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE «EST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 1 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATESl 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . ■ 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 



THE SOUTH 1 

SOUTH ATLANTIC . . 
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



THE WEST! 
MOUNTAIN 
PACIFIC. 



NEW ENGLAND! 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
VERMONT. . . . 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
RHODE ISLAND . 
CONNECTICUT. . 



Ottier retail stores— Continued 



Sporting goods stores, bicycle stiops 



Total 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 
NEW YORK . . . 
NEW JERSEY . . 
PENNSYLVANIA . 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL! 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA . . . 
SOUTH DAKOTA . . . 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 



SOUTH ATLANTIC! 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA. . 
NORTH CAROLINA . . . 
SOUTH CAROLINA . . . 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI. . . . 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

ARKANSAS 

LOUISIANA 

OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 



MOUNTAIN! 

MONTANA. . 

IDAHO. . . 

WYOMING. . 

COLORADO . 
NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA. . 

UTAH . ■ . 

NEVADA . . 



PACIFIC! 

WASHINGTON 
OREGON . . 
CALIFORNIA 
ALASKA . . 
HAWAII . . 



3 204 
3 647 
3 020 
2 938 



882 
2 322 



2 741 
906 



1 512 
523 
965 



805 
133 



103 
74 
68 

363 
53 

221 



1 138 

469 
715 



603 
366 
669 
688 
415 



221 

175 

227 

32 

38 

83 

130 



33 

152 
20 
161 
78 
229 
116 
190 
533 



146 
144 
131 
102 



91 
150 
140 
604 



79 

68 
215 

63 
154 
109 

36 



288 

188 

1 589 

IB 

50 



Sales 
($1,000) 



189 834 
197 167 
169 116 
205 830 



42 745 
147 089 



148 990 
48 177 



78 860 
28 415 
61 841 



52 945 
152 885 



3 236 

3 200 

3 635 

18 508 

2 075 

12 091 



80 249 
24 722 
42 118 



28 378 
17 367 
40 959 
43 238 
19 048 



Sporting goods stores 



Establisti- 
ments 

(number) 



12 


217 


8 


626 


13 


646 


2 


070 


1 


793 


4 


210 


5 


615 


2 


104 


9 


570 


3 


389 


6 


510 


3 


458 


11 


680 


4 


510 


10 


226 


25 


413 


6 


460 


9 


811 


7 


503 


4 


641 



5 732 

10 854 

8 832 

36 413 



4 033 

4 381 
2 583 
7 169 

5 349 

7 631 

8 967 
2 832 



21 430 

12 584 

114 434 

1 588 

2 849 



753 
072 
673 
426 



740 
013 



293 

779 



322 

458 
883 



710 
1 716 



95 

54 
53 

282 
43 
192 



Sales 



($1,000) 



978 
398 
637 



489 
309 
545 
578 
372 



195 
145 
201 
25 
30 
74 
109 



31 
134 

18 
151 

71 
208 
105 
150 
444 



131 
131 
114 
92 



88 
133 
120 
542 



80 
70 
63 

185 
51 

127 
94 
30 



254 

150 

1 238 

15 

48 



Bicycle shops 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



690 903 


175 702 


176 569 


(0) 


IDl 


36 638 


136 664 


132 196 


44 373 


ID) 


25 973 


57 968 


(01 


(01 


3 129 


3 022 


3 599 


15 763 


1 962 


11 363 


74 483 


22 345 


40 035 


24 684 


15 400 


36 597 


37 807 


17 506 


11 347 


7 550 


13 019 


1 976 


1 555 


3 905 


4 920 


2 088 


8 999 


(01 


8 009 


3 267 


10 782 


4 192 


9 298 


22 833 


5 791 


9 132 


6 671 


4 379 


5 708 


10 058 


6 203 


34 019 


(01 


3 992 


2 474 


16 078 


5 301 


6 319 


8 472 


2 387 


19 523 


11 206 


98 130 


1 442 


<DI 



451 
575 
347 
512 



142 
309 



448 
127 



190 

55 

102 



95 

417 



Sales 
($1,000) 



150 

71 
78 



114 
57 
124 
110 
43 



34 

28 

351 

2 

2 



14 132 

20 598 

(D> 

(D) 



3 907 
10 225 



15 794 
3 804 



(D) 

2 442 

3 853 



(01 
(0) 



107 
178 
36 
745 
113 
728 



Hay, grain, feed stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



5 766 
2 377 
2 082 



3 494 
1 967 

4 352 

5 431 
1 540 



503 
513 



3 236 
3 386 



1 391 

639 
1 719 



509 
830 



82 
70 
99 
133 
26 
93 



655 
149 
709 



701 
582 
837 
368 

746 



Sales 
($1,000) 



870 


547 


976 


1 171 


627 


732 


94 


33 


238 


140 


304 


395 


695 


358 


16 


42 


571 


125 


(D) 


- 


501 


200 


191 


120 


898 


289 


318 


134 


928 


301 


2 580 


180 


669 


256 


679 


276 


632 


140 


262 


157 


24 


215 


805 


145 


529 


283 


2 394 


1 075 


(Dl 


44 


389 


92 


109 


31 


1 091 


13C 


48 


75 


1 312 


51 


495 


69 


445 


17 


1 807 


184 


1 378 


138 


15 304 


495 


146 


4 


(Dl 


9 



3 339 570 



583 902 
479 039 
854 185 
422 443 



158 324 
425 578 



733 032 
746 007 



323 247 
162 116 
356 621 



109 381 
313 062 



25 988 
18 154 
28 027 
40 759 
5 399 
39 987 



Other farm supply 
stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



193 042 
49 920 
182 516 



173 974 

155 577 

177 297 

80 525 

145 656 



102 


776 


273 


674 


181 


250 


3 


977 


18 


605 


75 


132 


89 


393 


9 


581 


48 


357 


51 


096 


11 


787 


58 


838 


17 


751 


80 


855 


34 


972 


39 


869 


65 


686 


26 


395 


29 


148 


62 


201 


34 


060 


60 


196 


212 


354 


7 


328 


16 


476 


5 


642 


33 


295 


11 


384 


16 


298 


14 


440 


2 


518 


57 


240 


34 


916 


209 


707 




250 




949 



423 
3 565 
2 821 

920 



1 765 
1 800 



1 270 
755 
785 



280 
540 



157 
50 
152 



327 
422 
612 
210 
194 



249 
501 
255 
74 
78 
402 
230 



15 
38 

162 
29 
445 
157 
247 
157 



201 
210 
178 
177 



109 

94 

101 

481 



146 

57 

428 



Sales 
($1,000) 



103 916 
(01 

494 944 
(Dl 



10 693 
93 223 



297 223 

(0) 



228 304 
137 609 
129 031 



(01 
142 278 



701 
(Dl 

432 

538 
(Dl 

413 



51 857 
10 162 
31 194 



50 995 

. 73 294 

103 295 

32 134 

37 504 



30 


514 


75 


699 


43 


533 


7 


491 




(01 


49 


524 


35 


170 


3 


987 


11 


322 


27 


352 


3 


065 


54 


792 


25 


222 


51 


071 


41 


493 


28 


542 


42 


565 


24 


827 


41 


675 


17 


919 


19 


928 


15 


862 


75 


322 


4 


686 


20 


963 




623 


9 


036 


5 


659 


14 


688 


2 


767 




597 


39 


003 


13 


917 


88 


171 



Standard Nates: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-63 



by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 



other retail stores— Continued 










, . 


Fuel, ice dealers 




Garden suppiy siores 


Jewelry siores l 




Total 


Coal and wood dealers 


Ice dealers 


Region, 






















division, 
and State 






















Estabhsli- 
mcnts 


Sa'es 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 




(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




3 518 


279 296 


20 935 


1 560 051 


24 956 


3 400 944 


5 351 


474 371 


1 653 


36 995 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


903 


65 875 


5 357 


388 518 


10 317 


1 703 461 


1 615 


(01 


485 


(D) 


NE 


1 039 


IDI 


5 943 


392 207 


5 884 


682 085 


1 707 


174 786 


261 


5 530 


N.C. 


842 


(01 


5 971 


459 851 


5 557 


747 650 


1 577 


100 496 


725 


19 959 


SOUTH 


731 


(D> 


3 654 


309 375 


2 198 


257 747 


452 


(01 


182 


(01 


WEST 


233 


12 995 


1 240 


103 491 


4 240 


523 420 


254 


(D) 


87 


1 557 


NE 
N.E. 


670 


53 881 


4 117 


285 127 


5 077 


1 080 041 


1 361 


139 613 


398 


5 308 


M.A. 


Situ 


67 351 


4 001 


282 428 


3 905 


488 558 


1 359 


152 510 


161 


4 192 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


195 


(01 


1 942 


109 779 


1 979 


193 528 


348 


22 176 


80 


1 336 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


519 


(01 


2 955 


222 075 


3 490 


457 650 


854 


62 327 


259 


9 395 


S.A. 


125 


9 054 


1 205 


82 542 


1 394 


115 383 


650 


34 705 


146 


2 751 


E.S.C. 


198 


15 579 


1 801 


155 143 


1 573 


164 617 


73 


3 456 


320 


7 823 


W.S.C. 
*EST 


102 


7 986 


948 


51 148 


729 


69 109 


150 


5 564 


55 


(0) 


MT. 


632 


(D) 


2 715 


248 227 


1 459 


198 638 


302 


(01 


127 


3 213 


PAC. 


21 


706 


115 


11 251 


435 


53 499 


40 


5 431 


5 


(D) 


N.E. 
MAINE 


18 


1 164 


79 


5 257 


338 


45 811 


28 


3 385 


5 


162 


N.H. 


U 


158 


40 


3 359 


204 


28 622 


25 


4 395 


2 


25 


VT. 


100 


5 244 


506 


52 475 


2 025 


308 355 


113 


17 000 


50 


1 029 


MASS. 


13 


458 


102 


8 081 


385 


44 089 


10 


(01 


6 


(01 


R.I. 


77 


5 255 


298 


23 068 


851 


133 044 


38 


5 109 


19 


197 


CONN. 


293 


27 542 


2 178 


157 712 


2 809 


577 776 


384 


55 194 


181 


2 219 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


159 


14 315 


633 


50 071 


1 417 


252 954 


195 


21 383 


85 


1 281 


N.J. 


218 


12 024 


1 306 


77 344 


1 851 


239 311 


782 


53 036 


131 


1 608 


PA. 


257 


17 199 


1 071 


75 494 


659 


59 018 


323 


26 606 


47 


829 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


138 


7 848 


556 


38 255 


751 


90 175 


248 


20 407 


38 


825 


IND. 


173 


13 319 


1 140 


83 162 


1 200 


162 840 


390 


51 720 


60 


1 733 


ILL. 


176 


22 757 


750 


61 439 


752 


91 854 


238 


28 481 


24 


532 


MICH. 


100 


6 228 


484 


24 078 


533 


84 661 


160 


25 396 


12 


173 


WIS. 


28 


2 637 


404 


19 266 


353 


40 094 


63 


4 209 


9 


75 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


42 


3 840 


377 


19 229 


458 


38 665 


87 


5 537 


10 


276 


IOWA 


68 


5 916 


497 


34 949 


577 


59 228 


152 


7 534 


29 


410 


MO. 


6 


612 


86 


3 892 


104 


11 096 


21 


1 462 


3 


10 


N.DAK. 


5 


(Dl 


74 


3 838 


114 


9 032 


4 


539 


4 


103 


S.DAK. 


12 


880 


214 


12 409 


183 


18 004 


8 


954 


10 


85 


NEe. 


34 


1 675 


290 


15 196 


170 


17 409 


13 


841 


15 


379 


KANS. 


9 


331 


48 


4 733 


95 


17 790 


9 


1 623 


5 


655 


S.A. 
DEL. 


20 


3 158 


252 


25 986 


327 


66 121 


49 


5 589 


50 


1 290 


MD, 


1 


<D) 


98 


12 153 


31 


17 838 


5 


1 553 


7 


378 


D.C. 


44 


2 925 


403 


30 334 


599 


73 240 


251 


19 559 


22 


851 


VA. 


13 


550 


215 


12 342 


109 


7 799 


58 


4 835 


7 


102 


W.VA. 


79 


4 220 


543 


33 257 


847 


104 064 


238 


15 741 


36 


1 498 


N.C. 


39 


2 336 


279 


14 708 


350 


38 994 


114 


5 762 


15 


314 


S.C. 


62 


5 055 


479 


37 187 


412 


51 361 


. 107 


5 883 


38 


1 655 


SA. 


252 


15 257 


638 


50 376 


710 


90 443 


13 


1 581 


79 


2 531 


FLA. 


24 


1 938 


308 


17 718 


393 


31 258 


202 


15 088 


38 


779 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


45 


3 182 


348 


25 345 


385 


28 214 


257 


14 697 


43 


573 


TENN. 


37 


2 642 


328 


26 678 


390 


29 574 


172 


4 031 


35 


759 


ALA. 


19 


1 302 


221 


11 901 


220 


25 327 


19 


589 


29 


630 


MISS. 
W.S.C. 


11 


1 060 


206 


12 005 


247 


30 502 


25 


1 154 


43 


748 


ARK. 


31 


1 697 


260 


25 112 


172 


19 830 


5 


334 


55 


1 066 


LA. 


25 


3 100 


247 


20 085 


299 


21 510 


8 


259 


42 


982 


OKLA. 


130 


9 722 


1 088 


107 941 


955 


92 775 


35 


1 719 


179 


5 007 


TEXAS 


7 


507 


85 


3 936 


78 


6 057 


17 


(0) 


1 


(01 


HT. 

MONT. 


10 


1 026 


109 


5 518 


99 


8 414 


28 


2 025 


4 


52 


IDAHO 


1 


(D) 


54 


3 005 


42 


5 088 


5 


455 


- 


- 


WYO. 


33 


1 695 


227 


15 694 


187 


14 923 


41 


1 384 


23 


778 


COLO. 


8 


915 


108 


7 437 


116 


10 978 


11 


314 


13 


243 


N.MEX. 


24 


10) 


215 


12 329 


70 


7 261 


9 


(01 


6 


(01 


ARIZ. 


15 


1 546 


87 


6 769 


83 


7 311 


35 


1 534 


2 


30 


UTAH 


4 


472 


53 


6 460 


54 


9 077 


3 


262 


6 


48 


NEV. 
PAC. 


76 


5 597 


363 


25 985 


485 


79 719 


89 


6 351 


15 


200 


WASH. 


72 


6 075 


209 


16 855 


295 


44 795 


84 


4 268 


5 


203 


ORES. 


473 


45 503 


2 034 


197 340 


638 


65 768 


122 


4 009 


102 


2 741 


CALIF. 


2 


(0) 


24 


1 452 


35 


7 948 


3 


(Dl 


2 


8 


ALASKA 


9 


1 029 


86 


5 584 


14 


408 


4 


67 


3 


51 


HAWAII 



1-64 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 



Region, division, and State 



Other retail stores— Continued 



Fuel, ice dealers— Continued 



Fuel oil dealers 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Bottled gas dealers 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Florists 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Cigar stores, stands 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



News dealers, 
newsstands 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



UNITED STATESi TOTAL . 

REG IONS I 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 
THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 

THE SOUTH 

THE WEST 

THE NORTHEASTERN STATESI 

NEW ENGLAND 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES! 
EAST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST NORTH CENTRAL . . . . 

THE SOUTH! 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL . . . . 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL . . . . 

THE WESTl 

MOUNTAIN 

PACIFIC 

NEW ENGLAND 1 

MAINE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

VERMONT 

MASSACHUSETTS 

RHODE ISLAND 

CONNECTICUT 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC! 

NEW YORK 

NEW JERSEY 

PENNSYLVANIA 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL! 

OHIO 

INDIANA 

ILLINOIS 

MICHIGAN 

WISCONSIN 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

MISSOURI 

NORTH DAKOTA 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

NEBRASKA 

KANSAS 

SOUTH ATLANTIC! 

DELAWARE 

MARYLAND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA . . . . 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA 

NORTH CAROLINA 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

GEORGIA 

FLORIDA 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

KENTUCKY 

TENNESSEE 

ALABAMA 

MISSISSIPPI 

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 

ARKANSAS 

LOUISIANA 

OKLAHOMA 

TEXAS 

MOUNTAIN! 

MONTANA 

IDAHO 

WYOMING 

COLORADO 

NEW MEXICO 

ARIZONA 

UTAH 

NEVADA 

PACIFICl 

WASHINGTON 

OREGON 

CALIFORNIA 

ALASKA 

HAWAII 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero 



7 318 

1 sun 

1 586 
637 



3 555 
3 763 



1 15« 
390 



1 382 
8t 
120 



87 
550 



326 

257 
127 
1 773 
311 
731 



1 970 

1 062 

731 



IIH 
209 
390 
260 
181 



107 
100 
57 
29 
24 
11 
32 



63 
170 

19 
243 

11 
399 
130 

55 
291 



324 
137 
60 
25 



412 565 
248 940 
256 207 
126 833 



549 968 
862 597 



201 321 
47 619 



227 748 

9 249 

19 210 



12 196 
114 637 



51 904 
38 238 
20 388 

281 345 
40 020 

118 073 



482 665 
225 966 
153 966 



14 580 
39 111 
56 979 
43 513 
37 038 



12 728 

8 215 

9 735 
4 953 

2 452 
6 390 

3 145 



11 232 

45 234 
15 807 
40 845 

1 390 
50 957 
17 219 

5 974 
29 079 



2 111 
2 185 
2 912 
2 041 



2 667 
1 066 

I 828 
13 649 



855 
2 037 

525 
1 015 

1 008 
547 

2 423 

3 774 



55 204 

31 798 

10 208 

5 274 

153 



899 
2 372 
2 559 

927 



344 
555 



1 211 
1 151 



995 

514 
1 150 



437 
490 



274 

74 

207 



175 
255 
350 
240 
130 



184 
271 
339 
51 
82 
124 
110 



18 
58 

83 
23 

174 
101 
211 
327 



132 
58 
151 
153 



158 

95 

232 

555 



48 
49 
34 
111 
83 



58 

70 

354 

5 

3 



105 717 
252 830 
370 975 
114 510 



34 194 
72 523 



130 435 
122 395 



158 180 
68 678 
134 118 



ID) 
(D) 



5 036 
4 005 
3 813 
8 981 
2 593 
8 555 



37 698 
14 324 
20 501 



17 003 
29 832 
42 408 
19 138 
22 054 



23 082 
23 635 
41 449 

4 571 

5 938 
10 575 
13 044 



4 269 
13 908 

11 984 
1 471 
25 858 
15 599 
37 839 
57 152 



13 290 
10 559 

21 862 

22 967 



25 933 

17 344 

18 441 
72 400 



4 623 
4 300 

4 107 
11 745 

9 413 

5 446 

3 324 

4 973 



6 964 

8 526 

48 810 

lUI 

107 



5 350 

4 970 

5 752 
2 729 



1 286 
4 054 



3 692 
1 278 



3 130 

1 573 

2 049 



651 
2 078 



105 
66 
33 

666 
99 

317 



1 859 

820 

1 375 



1 084 
471 

1 042 
753 
332 



199 
244 
408 
32 
41 
131 
223 



44 
239 

78 
351 
174 
586 
321 
521 
615 



341 
476 
499 
257 



193 

255 

254 

1 347 



57 
63 
54 

187 
54 

113 



259 
182 
504 
13 
120 



218 065 
215 305 
227 252 
119 785 



50 188 
157 877 



157 357 
57 948 



110 787 
48 734 
67 731 



ID) 
(Dl 



3 557 

2 739 
1 032 

26 057 

3 274 
13 519 



86 037 
31 589 
50 251 



43 324 
19 569 
48 581 
33 210 
12 673 



12 379 
9 590 

18 755 
598 
339 
824 



1 
5 
8 452 



2 072 
11 521 

7 050 
20 170 

8 056 

18 108 
6 539 

17 590 

19 581 



11 642 

17 215 

13 598 

6 278 



5 797 

10 775 

9 405 

41 753 



2 551 
2 360 

1 549 
8 364 

2 707 
5 034 

3 344 
2 385 



10 106 
5 491 

70 324 

589 

3 981 



2 356 

1 261 

616 

666 



397 
959 



937 
324 



303 

82 

231 



150 
515 



196 
278 
485 



235 
119 
355 

145 
83 



74 

51 

114 

5 

7 

34 

29 



16 
27 
17 
29 
21 
30 
14 
28 
121 



23 

34 
35 
139 



56 

35 

423 

1 

1 



148 332 

58 545 

31 173 

35 840 



23 524 
124 808 



45 852 
12 583 



17 020 
4 372 
9 781 



(D) 
(0) 



1 058 
1 311 
285 
13 695 
1 549 
5 525 



83 939 
18 588 
22 281 



11 534 

4 838 
18 971 

5 625 
3 894 



681 
305 
917 
177 
301 
436 
853 



200 
223 

289 
319 
728 
555 

497 
747 
461 



911 

2 404 

871 

186 



599 
1 545 
1 032 
6 605 



387 
804 
478 

2 234 
355 

2 595 
709 

1 151 



2 745 

2 132 

23 052 

(0) 
(D) 



2 962 

1 287 

1 345 

794 



504 
2 458 



1 023 

264 



805 
227 
312 



173 
521 



31 
23 
21 

257 
57 

105 



1 377 
327 

754 



250 

80 

486 

125 

72 



39 
50 
106 
10 
10 
24 
25 



23 

78 
55 

81 
70 

226 
42 
74 

146 



24 

42 

24 

222 



24 

28 

547 

2 

20 



149 364 

65 367 

55 597 

39 387 



38 459 
110 905 



54 087 
11 280 



34 899 

8 489 

12 209 



7 534 
31 753 



1 261 

2 468 
1 090 

22 542 
5 572 

5 426 



59 584 
17 230 
34 091 



14 363 
5 635 

24 593 
5 973 
3 523 



1 835 

2 227 
4 577 

513 

198 

1 305 

624 



1 507 

3 352 

585 

972 

984 
541 
409 
894 
655 



1 255 

2 325 

3 459 
1 430 



642 
1 462 
1 293 
8 612 



1 181 
274 
233 

1 810 
841 

2 036 
663 
596 



705 

857 

29 121 

40 

1 030 



(D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-65 



by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 



other retail stores— Continued 




Camera , pliotographic 
supply stores 


Gift, novelty 
souvenir shops 


Optical 


goods stores 


Typewriter stores 


Luggage, leather goods 
stores 


Region. 






















division. 


Estat)- 
llsti- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establlsti- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


and State 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




3 308 


378 947 


12 606 


396 951 


12 754 


550 607 


1 125 


84 366 


1 341 


81 754 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


9911 


113 998 


4 398 


137 397 


3 372 


141 650 


268 


19 719 


372 


30 810 


NE 


81(0 


92 383 


2 821 


79 909 


3 658 


162 001 


339 


(D> 


350 


19 950 


N.C. 


660 


65 718 


3 014 


89 296 


3 263 


137 601 


289 


18 173 


254 


(01 


SOUTH 


8m 


106 848 


2 373 


90 349 


2 461 


109 355 


230 


(01 


355 


(01 


WEST 


262 


25 863 


1 205 


30 311 


873 


30 127 


64 


3 987 


77 


5 462 


NE 
N.E. 


732 


88 135 


3 193 


107 086 


2 499 


111 523 


204 


15 732 


295 


25 348 


M.A. 


606 


68 115 


2 043 


55 564 


2 539 


HI 942 


207 


14 597 


213 


13 677 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


23» 


24 268 


778 


24 345 


1 119 


50 059 


132 


11 359 


137 


6 273 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


380 


38 823 


1 814 


54 801 


1 629 


68 212 


136 


(Dl 


102 


(Dl 


S.A. 


97 


8 718 


448 


12 651 


657 


25 467 


34 


(0) 


41 


(Dl 


E.S.C. 


183 


18 177 


752 


21 844 


977 


43 922 


119 


6 244 


121 


4 763 


W.S.C. 
WEST 


184 


16 108 


686 


28 720 


544 


24 465 


47 


ID) 


127 


4 827 


MT. 


630 


90 740 


1 687 


61 629 


1 917 


84 890 


183 


16 231 


228 


(01 


PAC. 


15 


1 000 


150 


2 786 


67 


1 922 


5 


329 


3 


167 


N.E. 
MAINE 


17 


1 759 


119 


2 772 


52 


2 147 


3 


230 


4 


225 


N.H. 


7 


491 


68 


1 246 


22 


666 


1 


(0) 


- 


- 


VT. 


lUl 


16 425 


537 


15 640 


433 


14 511 


24 


1 221 


31 


2 118 


MASS. 


12 


916 


80 


1 971 


82 


2 025 


7 


(0) 


9 


546 


R.I. 


70 


5 272 


251 


5 896 


217 


8 856 


24 


1 758 


30 


2 406 


CONN. 


403 


58 077 


1 598 


61 969 


1 274 


68 894 


102 


7 762 


211 


19 942 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


135 


11 594 


681 


22 003 


453 


13 428 


33 


3 033 


36 


2 541 


N.J. 


194 


18 464 


914 


23 114 


772 


29 201 


69 


4 937 


48 


2 865 


PA. 


145 


14 764 


434 


9 473 


737 


33 164 


63 


3 485 


41 


2 806 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


67 


6 338 


204 


6 177 


338 


14 862 


27 


3 220 


22 


1 480 


IND. 


180 


23 529 


667 


20 675 


705 


33 395 


49 


2 658 


74 


4 300 


ILL. 


115 


14 655 


483 


13 093 


492 


18 787 


38 


3 578 


42 


2 878 


MICH. 


99 


8 829 


255 


6 146 


267 


11 734 


30 


1 756 


34 


2 213 


WIS. 


45 


6 526 


180 


5 048 


230 


12 220 


28 


1 801 


42 


1 861 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


45 


2 927 


147 


2 988 


223 


9 487 


31 


1 683 


22 


1 106 


IOWA 


65 


7 777 


230 


9 839 


278 


12 478 


35 


2 031 


27 


1 563 


MO. 


4 


807 


28 


545 


45 


2 181 


7 


I 440 


3 


152 


N.OAK, 


13 


1 823 


40 


1 666 


62 


2 149 


2 


(D) 


9 


310 


S.DAK. 


23 


1 951 


60 


1 460 


123 


5 137 


11 


2 694 


15 


374 


NEB. 


39 


2 457 


93 


2 799 


158 


6 407 


18 


1 304 


19 


907 


KANS. 


11 


1 129 


47 


1 375 


33 


2 033 


2 


(Dl 


3 


121 


S.A. 
DEL. 


37 


5 678 


157 


5 583 


178 


9 523 


15 


1 034 


9 


(Dl 


MD, 


21 


5 353 


79 


5 256 


71 


5 227 


5 


745 


8 


1 663 


D.C. 


46 


7 607 


209 


6 396 


245 


10 227 


20 


1 414 


7 


398 


VA, 


13 


542 


73 


1 289 


121 


4 475 


3 


276 


4 


121 


W.VA. 


42 


3 255 


252 


5 405 


220 


7 616 


26 


1 397 


5 


218 


N.C. 


10 


1 376 


90 


1 806 


117 


3 441 


9 


1 574 


3 


136 


s.c. 


37 


4 014 


140 


4 676 


246 


9 448 


18 


786 


13 


692 


GA. 


163 


9 869 


767 


22 015 


398 


16 222 


38 


1 441 


49 


1 906 


FLA. 


21 


2 124 


141 


3 090 


194 


7 219 


11 


1 692 


11 


927 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


41 


3 049 


176 


5 455 


215 


9 328 


6 


683 


16 


932 


TENN. 


27 


2 347 


75 


2 332 


175 


6 224 


14 


389 


7 


679 


ALA. 


8 


1 198 


55 


1 774 


73 


2 696 


3 


(D) 


7 


471 


MISS. 


11 


1 104 


112 


1 826 


85 


3 034 


8 


519 


6 


169 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


34 


4 264 


105 


4 352 


166 


5 702 


5 


430 


15 


847 


LA. 


IS 


1 814 


92 


2 370 


167 


6 536 


29 


1 321 


12 


511 


OK.LA. 


120 


10 995 


443 


13 296 


559 


28 650 


77 


3 974 


88 


3 235 


TEXAS 


9 


1 253 


66 


1 647 


59 


2 414 


5 


5S0 


8 


129 


MT. 

MONT. 


12 


913 


23 


800 


54 


1 674 


- 


— 


29 


759 


IDAHO 


15 


893 


39 


1 175 


23 


864 


5 


270 


11 


306 


WYO. 


53 


3 932 


192 


6 085 


153 


7 475 


13 


1 384 


33 


1 171 


COLO. 


21 


1 692 


109 


4 995 


49 


2 Oil 


5 


439 


14 


629 


N.MEX, 


46 


4 399 


146 


8 238 


117 


4 849 


9 


(Dl 


11 


947 


ARIZ. 


17 


1 764 


53 


1 459 


63 


3 732 


8 


702 


10 


447 


UTAH 


11 


1 262 


58 


4 321 


26 


1 446 


2 


(0) 


11 


429 


NEV. 
PAC. 


46 


6 182 


164 


4 797 


262 


11 586 


23 


1 377 


23 


602 


WASH. 


32 


3 295 


108 


3 451 


156 


6 843 


17 


1 973 


18 


737 


OREG. 


523 


77 304 


1 291 


47 449 


1 453 


64 231 


134 


11 930 


183 


9 973 


CALIF. 


7 


752 


32 


2 061 


16 


866 


3 


644 


1 


(01 


ALASKA 


22 


3 207 


92 


3 871 


30 


1 364 


6 


307 


3 


399 


HAWAII 



1-66 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 9 Regions, Divisions, and States 





Other retail stores— Continued 


Region, division, and State 


Hot)by, toy, game shops 


Religious goods stores 


Pet shops 


Other 




















Establish- 


Sales 


Establish. 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 


Establish- 


Sales 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


UNITED STATESi TOTAL • 


« 278 


257 684 


970 


45 722 


2 288 


50 557 


15 430 


584 7X2 


REGIONSl 


















THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. 


I 220 


93 684 


350 


(D) 


719 


20 815 


4 126 


(Dl 


THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 


1 127 


50 295 


273 


(Dl 


559 


IDI 


4 701 


142 107 


THE SOUTH 


912 


56 635 


153 


6 550 


381 


8 915 


4 226 




THE WEST 


1 019 


57 070 


194 


(0) 


529 


(Dl 


3 377 




THE NORTHEASTERN STATESI 
















(Dl 




238 


17 358 


76 


(D) 


130 






MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


982 


76 315 


274 


12 889 


589 


17 406 


3 110 




THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES! 


















EAST NORTH CENTRAL .... 


781 


37 619 


180 


9 242 


442 


10 141 


3 340 




WEST NORTH CENTRAL .... 


3U6 


12 576 


93 


10) 


117 


(D) 
























SOUTH ATLANTIC 


4^2 


34 081 


90 


3 424 


197 


4 789 


1 947 




EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 


127 


4 907 


20 


ID) 


44 


1 039 


747 




WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .... 


313 


17 647 


43 


(0) 


140 








THE WEST I 


















MOUNTAIN 


196 


9 938 


42 


1 372 


87 


(D) 






PACIFIC 


823 


47 132 


152 


(D) 


542 


(0) 


2 535 




NEW ENGLANDl 


















MAINE * 


15 


669 


8 


178 


8 


140 


59 




NEW HAMPSHIRE 


14 


461 


6 


172 


8 


(01 


75 


1 783 


VERMONT 


3 


59 


2 


6 


- 


- 






MASSACHUSETTS 


119 


10 382 


44 


2 007 


50 


1 693 


478 




RHODE ISLAND 


24 


1 088 


1 


<D) 


9 


(Dl 






CONNECTICUT 


63 


4 709 


15 


557 


45 


1 423 


272 




MIDDLE ATLANTIC I 




















489 


39 190 


155 


5 351 


321 


10 328 


1 757 




NEW JERSEY 


213 


19 307 


27 


1 283 


152 


3 797 


559 




PENNSYLVANIA 


280 


17 819 


81 


5 255 


116 


3 281 






EAST NORTH CENTRAL! 




















203 


8 336 


47 


2 586 


94 


1 599 








98 


4 043 


25 


860 


49 


940 


502 




ILLINOIS 


253 


13 916 


43 


1 586 


165 


4 527 


859 






141 


6 578 


43 


3 287 


85 


2 025 


745 




WISCONSIN 


86 


4 746 


22 


923 


48 


950 


416 




WEST NORTH CENTRAL! 




















72 


3 151 


30 


1 481 


31 


952 








59 


2 548 


22 


750 


22 


145 


279 




MISSOURI 


93 


3 925 


12 


971 


38 


877 


350 


11 199 


NORTH DAKOTA 


9 


299 


5 


233 


4 


22 






SOUTH DAKOTA 


10 


247 


3 


(Dl 


3 


(Dl 


40 




NEBRASKA 


33 


832 


5 


463 


10 


290 


131 




KANSAS 


70 


1 674 


15 


702 


9 


178 


173 




SOUTH ATLANTIC! 




















9 
56 

13 


1 895 
9 522 

2 097 


21 

8 


832 

821 


5 
22 
11 


655 
323 


183 
59 


6 697 
4 523 




DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA . . . . 




50 
16 


5 354 
1 121 


11 
5 


352 

311 


25 
15 


249 


117 


3 399 


WEST VIRGINIA 


NORTH CAROLINA 


76 


3 239 


6 


136 


16 


258 






SOUTH CAROLINA 


21 


542 


9 


32B 


9 


129 






GEORGIA 


42 


3 052 


6 


182 


10 








FLORIDA 


159 


7 259 


23 


462 


84 


2 060 


714 




EAST SOUTH CENTRAL! 
















7 243 

4 742 




29 

54 


1 287 
1 677 


5 
7 


217 

1 495 


20 
U 


244 


185 


TENNESSEE 


ALABAMA 


31 


1 366 


5 


195 


13 


320 


220 




MISSISSIPPI 


13 


577 


3 


(Dl 


- 


" 


105 




WEST SOUTH CENTRAL! 




















18 


374 


7 


98 


5 


125 


147 




LOUISIANA 


41 


2 545 


12 


411 


24 


550 


211 




OKLAHOMA 


41 


1 433 


1 


(Dl 


21 


370 


232 




TEXAS 


243 


13 195 


23 


702 


89 


2 032 


942 




MOUNTAIN! 




















11 


641 


5 


29 


- 


- 


67 




IDAHO 


7 


245 


3 


61 


S 


77 


53 


(01 


WYOMING 


11 


279 


. 


- 


3 


39 


43 


COLORADO 


56 


3 251 


12 


781 


35 


1 193 


175 




NEW MEXICO 


17 


1 115 


6 


139 


5 


33 


95 




ARIZONA 


63 


2 230 


11 


312 


21 


362 


195 




UTAH 


20 


987 


3 


24 


9 


179 


76 


2 450 


NEVADA 


n 


1 190 


2 


26 


5 


(01 


38 




PACIFIC! 


















WASHINGTON 


73 


3 112 


15 


1 151 


26 


844 


297 




OREGON 


38 


2 060 


13 


744 


12 


422 


188 




CALIFORNIA 


692 


41 337 


120 


6 679 


492 


14 368 


2 080 




ALASKA 


6 


252 


2 


74 


3 


(Dl 


17 




HAWAII 


14 


371 


2 


(Dl 


9 


373 


53 





Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicable. 
*Nonsto(e retailefs, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-67 



by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



Nonstore retailers* 




Total 


Mail-order houses 


Merchandise vending 
machine operators 


Direct selling 

(house-to-house) 

organizations 




Establishments 


Sales 


Region, 






















division. 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


and State 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




79 792 


16 765 


6 203 544 


5 437 220 


4 205 


2 378 534 


9 353 


1 452 407 


66 223 


2 372 703 


u. s. 

REGIONS 


21 032 


5 390 


1 706 935 


1 473 669 


1 274 


447 001 


2 277 


436 485 


17 481 


823 448 


NE 


25 052 


V 860 


2 427 901 


2 183 199 


1 159 


(0) 


2 633 


(0) 


21 250 


710 218 


N.C. 


20 785 


4 173 


1 254 863 


1 093 321 


987 


(01 


2 783 


(01 


17 015 


(01 


SOUTH 


12 923 


2 343 


813 945 


587 031 


776 


286 373 


1 670 


(D) 


10 477 


(Dl 


WEST 


1 927 


1 245 


406 974 


357 924 


287 


103 290 


544 


105 504 


4 096 


200 080 


NE 

N.E. 


15 105 


4 145 


1 297 961 


1 115 745 


967 


343 711 


1 733 


330 882 


13 365 


623 356 


M.A. 


17 6l(« 


3 436 


1 869 523 


1 584 463 


758 


958 514 


1 915 


359 969 


14 970 


551 040 


N.C. 

E.N.C. 


7 «08 


1 424 


558 378 


498 736 


411 


(□)■ 


717 


(Dl 


6 280 


159 178 


W.N.C. 
SOUTH 


10 DOU 


2 138 


646 719 


570 755 


496 


(01 


1 291 


195 244 


8 615 


(01 


S.A. 


t 329 


777 


225 019 


189 075 


151 


67 276 


588 


74 078 


3 580 


64 555 


E.S.C. 


6 052 


1 258 


380 125 


333 491 


328 


(01 


904 


(Dl 


4 820 


148 829 


W.S.C. 
WEST 


2 96« 


512 


165 159 


141 425 


183 


(0) 


372 


(Dl 


2 409 


74 410 


MT. 


9 959 


1 731 


548 785 


545 506 


593 


(01 


1 298 


153 466 


8 068 


(01 


PAC. 


372 


108 


20 575 


18 384 


20 


4 596 


37 


4 995 


315 


10 984 


N.E. 
MAINE 


313 


77 


15 724 


13 296 


25 


6 035 


44 


4 369 


244 


5 300 


N.H. 


184 


50 


7 835 


5 305 


23 


3 792 


17 


1 250 


144 


2 794 


VT. 


2 2611 


626 


243 090 


217 860 


130 


53 662 


237 


59 152 


1 897 


120 055 


MASS. 


525 


95 


35 711 


30 055 


14 


13 325 


50 


7 573 


451 


14 813 


R.I. 


1 269 


289 


85 037 


72 023 


75 


11 560 


159 


26 234 


1 035 


45 123 


CONN. 


7 507 


2 059 


525 051 


540 125 


538 


155 317 


885 


147 358 


5 984 


322 355 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


3 25S 


843 


272 574 


228 980 


158 


82 571 


304 


65 808 


2 793 


124 095 


N.J. 


5 343 


1 233 


399 336 


346 640 


191 


104 723 


544 


117 706 


4 608 


176 907 


PA. 


4 511 


797 


243 154 


203 608 


165 


38 713 


427 


91 532 


3 918 


112 909 


E.N.C. 
OHIO 


2 059 


443 


186 158 


173 178 


82 


78 583 


213 


42 714 


1 764 


64 771 


IND. 


4 727 


975 


1 057 849 


1 017 649 


287 


756 817 


591 


104 260 


3 849 


206 772 


ILL. 


4 608 


792 


243 282 


176 764 


125 


35 309 


454 


85 715 


4 028 


122 258 


MICH. 


1 739 


429 


129 070 


113 064 


97 


48 992 


231 


35 748 


1 411 


44 330 


WIS. 


1 508 


335 


189 122 


175 810 


125 


124 227 


136 


18 547 


1 247 


45 348 


W.N.C. 
MINN. 


I 585 


243 


54 578 


51 228 


65 


24 867 


112 


5 399 


1 408 


33 312 


IOWA 


2 081 


471 


217 613 


200 897 


115 


135 416 


274 


41 715 


1 692 


39 481 


MO. 


200 


40 


7 701 


5 123 


10 


(Dl 


23 


(01 


167 


4 507 


N.DAK. 


327 


45 


9 098 


5 788 


13 


3 050 


25 


1 856 


268 


4 190 


S.DAK. 


778 


102 


25 824 


20 814 


23 


5 477 


57 


6 173 


598 


14 174 


NEB. 


929 


187 


43 442 


37 075 


60 


17 864 


69 


8 492 


780 


17 055 


KANS. 


167 


41 


11 869 


10 751 


9 


(Dl 


15 


4 355 


162 


(Dl 


S.A. 
DEL. 


1 291 


313 


115 047 


103 189 


49 


28 315 


196 


32 207 


1 046 


54 525 


MD. 


159 


65 


37 524 


35 522 


16 


3 020 


22 


20 797 


121 


13 807 


D.C. 


I 336 


296 


70 257 


60 949 


55 


23 997 


111 


14 447 


1 150 


31 623 


VA. 


594 


122 


31 896 


28 125 


31 


9 880 


54 


5 664 


509 


15 152 


W.VA. 


1 906 


358 


112 641 


100 749 


79 


43 891 


253 


34 398 


1 574 


34 352 


N.C. 


731 


177 


39 314 


34 338 


27 


10 080 


132 


14 691 


572 


14 543 


S.C. 


1 603 


301 


105 677 


94 783 


71 


44 741 


216 


29 669 


1 314 


32 257 


GA. 


2 597 


465 


123 384 


101 248 


151 


20 618 


289 


38 816 


2 157 


63 750 


FLA. 


1 087 


207 


55 441 


46 557 


35 


9 555 


142 


23 012 


910 


22 763 


E.S.C. 
KY. 


1 456 


254 


88 955 


75 932 


60 


34 417 


252 


29 428 


1 144 


25 121 


TENN. 


1 145 


207 


50 825 


41 525 


31 


8 797 


123 


15 332 


991 


26 597 


ALA. 


641 


109 


30 785 


24 950 


35 


14 396 


71 


5 305 


535 


10 084 


MISS. 


491 


125 


32 099 


28 651 


36 


(Dl 


72 


(01 


383 


9 242 


W.S.C. 
ARK. 


758 


220 


84 555 


78 157 


47 


15 848 


129 


25 257 


562 


43 450 


LA. 


662 


166 


42 452 


38 155 


46 


10 803 


131 


15 068 


485 


15 581 


OKLA. 


4 141 


747 


221 009 


188 517 


199 


73 454 


572 


67 009 


3 370 


80 545 


TEXAS 


271 


53 


10 850 


8 606 


17 


4 210 


48 


2 479 


206 


4 171 


MT. 

MONT. 


310 


52 


13 235 


10 852 


8 


(Dl 


27 


(Dl 


275 


9 502 


IDAHO 


144 


40 


7 906 


6 985 


23 


5 886 


13 


325 


108 


1 595 


WYO. 


833 


189 


55 987 


59 875 


63 


31 939 


87 


8 884 


663 


25 154 


COLO. 


313 


73 


15 195 


14 327 


29 


7 867 


44 


3 339 


240 


4 969 


N.MEX. 


552 


68 


24 243 


18 703 


23 


2 885 


59 


7 529 


450 


13 829 


ARIZ. 


389 


75 


18 405 


15 155 


10 


1 707 


53 


3 659 


326 


13 039 


UTAH 


152 


32 


8 327 


5 911 


10 


1 404 


31 


4 902 


111 


2 021 


NEV. 


1 320 


228 


88 189 


76 005 


73 


41 971 


131 


13 156 


1 116 


33 062 


PAC. 
WASH. 


731 


147 


58 632 


53 410 


51 


37 757 


87 


9 268 


583 


11 507 


OREG. 


7 582 


1 276 


475 239 


392 545 


436 


138 174 


1 031 


123 889 


6 115 


213 176 


CALIF. 


51 


27 


12 104 


11 784 


18 


(Dl 


11 


1 282 


22 


(Dl 


ALASKA 


275 


51 


14 622 


11 752 


5 


62 


38 


5 871 


232 


6 689 


HAWAII 



1-68 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical 



"p 


Standard metropolitan statistical area 


Retail trade, tota 




Lumber, building mate- 
rials, tiardware, farm 
equipment dealers 


General merchandise 
group stores 


Food stores 


Automotive dealers 


i 


Sales 

($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963' 


Sales 

($1,000,000) 


Percent 
change, 


Sales 

($1,000,000) 


'ercent 

change, 


Sales 
($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963^ 


Sales 

($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

196? 




1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1958 to 
1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1 

2 
5 


STANDARD CONSOLIDATED AREA 

NEW YORK. N.Y. -NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY. 
CHICAGO, ILL. -NORTHWESTERN I ND 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA 


21 656.1 
10 655.1 

168.0 
815.0 
98.5 
915.5 
587.1 

665.1 
167.7 
267.0 
1 162.6 
261.8 

195.8 

1 618.8 
289.5 
219.2 
281.9 

151.8 

2 265.6 
516.7 
111.9 

588.5 

135.6 
575.9 
768.9 
151.2 
5 972.9 

197.5 
215.1 
150.1 
1 675.2 
158.7 

211.1 
190.0 
217.6 
307.6 
185.0 

580.1 
9 889.1 

1 650.9 

2 715.6 
212.3 

293.3 

229.5 

1 115.1 

261.1 

1 809.0 

190.6 
993.7 
179.1 
1 555.3 
111.2 

5 595.0 
111.8 
318.0 
119.1 
380.2 

315.7 
267.0 
290.8 
161.9 
167.9 

119.8 
620.0 
617.2 
176.9 
'' 367.9 

852.1 
610.9 
98.5 
165.2 
766.5 


18 189.8 

030.8 

115.0 
685.3 
67.8 
825.6 
508.6 

550.0 
151.9 
211.5 
701.1 
185.2 

155.5 

1 229.5 
210.3 
191.5 
218.7 

576.5 
1 955.8 
277.6 
116.5 
519.6 

117.9 
520.5 
659.1 
130.8 
3 112.9 

390.9 
161.8 
123.2 
1 521.5 
576.9 

181.0 
112.1 
193.6 
279.9 
376.6 

528. 1 
8 397.6 

1 101.0 

2 351.0 
160.8 

2 52.1 
180.9 
915.1 
251.7 
1 172.9 

591.5 
791.8 
157.1 
1 182.7 
571. 1 

1 118.2 

96.2 

511.9 

115.1 

523.7 

277.9 
170.0 
255.5 
111.5 
150. 1 

101 .0 
160.5 
132.8 
136.1 
298.9 

711.9 

191.8 

80.8 

152.2 

655.2 


17 
18 

16 
19 
15 
11 
26 

21 
27 

26 
109 
15 

26 
32 

20 

30 
30 

21 
16 
11 
22 
11 

15 
17 
17 
16 
15 

27 
32 
6 
10 
16 

18 
35 
28 
10 
29 

16 
18 
18 
16 
32 

26 
27 
25 
1 
23 

25 
25 
11 
30 
10 

21 
16 
2 
52 
17 

13 
19 
11 
11 
12 

19 
35 
50 
30 
<■ 23 

11 
21 
22 
7 
21 


610.7 
551.0 

11.5 

11 .8 

6.1 

56.9 

19. 1 

35.2 
7.0 
19.8 
61. 1 
16.1 

17.0 
69.7 
13.7 
13.6 
17.5 

39. 1 
66.1 
15.6 
11.6 
21.5 

10. 1 
19. 1 
29. 1 
10.1 
138.5 

21. 1 
8.8 
11.2 
72.5 
28.7 

15.1 
11.9 
10.5 
13.0 
20.5 

19.8 
313.0 

77.7 
111.3 

15.1 

15.2 
9.2 
61.8 
16.1 
79.8 

33.7 
52.5 
10.9 
83.1 
21.1 

170.1 

10.1 

15.9 

6.5 

11.5 

17.5 

15.8 

18.6 

8.0 

22.7 

6.7 
33. 1 
19.0 
20.1 
19.0 

58.1 

11.5 

6.9 

7.1 

11 .0 


687. 1 
111.0 

12.1 
57.1 
5.8 
56.1 
19.9 

52.1 
6.3 
11.6 
50. 1 
16.1 

9.1 
72.5 
10.1 
11.9 
17.5 

59.7 
81.8 
23.1 
10.7 
23.5 

11.2 

18.5 

52.5 

8.5 

112. 1 

21.1 
7.5 
10.7 
86.6 
28.8 

16.5 
11.9 
11.7 
13.1 
23.3 

20.8 
560.9 

75.6 
155.5 

15.5 

16.5 

8.0 
61.5 
19.6 
71.5 

51.8 
51.7 
10.6 
79.5 
25.2 

222.2 
9.5 

18.0 
7.5 

17.1 

21.7 
11.1 
15.5 
7.5 
21.8 

6.6 
58.9 
28.7 
11.1 
16.1 

17.6 

11.6 

6.2 

9.1 

11. 1 


-5 

-11 

-7 

-27 

10 

1 

-1 

9 
11 
56 
28 

2 

81 
-1 
32 
11 

-2 

-22 

-52 

8 

-9 

-10 
5 

-10 
25 
-3 

13 

17 

5 

-16 

-6 

-12 
-3 
-12 

-5 
-15 

5 
-11 

1 

_7 

3 

-1 

-18 

7 

-3 

-1 

5 

5 

-15 

-25 

-16 
-11 
-51 

-19 
12 
22 
10 
-8 

2 

-15 

-31 

76 

16 

-20 
-1 
11 

-21 


2 E61.3 
1 131.5 

20.7 
151.0 

11.1 
101.1 

15. 1 

107.1 
21.8 
50.5 

226.5 
23.1 

30.3 

263. 1 

21. 1 

56.2 

12.8 

16.6 
568.1 
56.5 
20.6 
15.1 

11.2 
11.9 

103.6 
18.5 

561.2 

56.3 
25.1 
15.8 
212.1 
50.9 

37.5 
20.2 
11.0 
50.5 
65.7 

15.7 

1 527.2 

215.5 

181.6 

25.5 

15.8 
30.8 

181.5 
55.5 

255.5 

75.7 
151.7 

27.6 
221.6 

61.0 

835.0 
20.1 
51.6 
20.6 
70.9 

56.1 
29.3 
39.1 
15.0 
11.8 

11.0 
72.9 
67.7 
21.5 
56.1 

153.1 
65.0 
11.8 
11.1 

107.5 


1,915.1 
1,015.0 

17.5 

103.5 

8.5 

68.1 

55.1 

76.9 
15.7 
18.5 
61.1 
11.2 

23.2 

180.5 

12. 1 

21.0 
19.5 

56.1 
215.1 
51.9 
11.6 
37.2 

9.3 

51.6 

97.9 

16. » 

125.0 

56.0 
16.6 
15.0 
102.7 
12.6 

17.5 
18.5 
22.8 
17.0 
52. 1 

59. 1 
910.5 
178.1 
551. 1 

17. 1 

50.3 
26.0 

131.5 
31. 1 

185.1 

17.8 
111.1 

21.6 
167.5 

51.1 

578.1 
15.5 
57.5 
16.9 
10.9 

38.7 
19.1 
26.0 
15.1 
12.7 

8.7 
11.3 
32.0 
18.0 
11.9 

120.1 
11.5 
11.2 
11.0 
72.6 


17 
12 

18 
30 
31 
52 
55 

10 
59 
66 
251 
65 

51 
59 
99 
51 
122 

29 
52 
62 

78 

17 

55 
50 
6 
10 
55 

56 
51 
11 
26 

19 

113 

58 

93 

7 

26 

17 
11 
36 
37 

57 

15 
11 
10 
11 
57 

58 
59 
28 
31 
25 

11 
52 
-8 
23 

12 

-6 
51 
50 
-8 
17 

37 
77 
106 
56 
26 

28 

16 

5 

-19 

18 


5 168.5 
2 512.5 

51.9 
197.7 

18.8 
225.5 

71.2 

158.2 
11.5 
13.8 

520.5 
60.5 

12. 1 
555.1 
61.1 
51.8 
58.7 

96.1 

522.2 

73.8 

51.6 

101.2 

27.6 
97.7 

178.0 
29.0 

916.1 

151.5 

57.2 

51.9 

121.2 

102.5 

15.1 
58.5 
56.0 
71,7 
101.5 

90.2 

2 112.0 

115.6 

672.0 

12.0 

60.2 
18.2 

252.5 
61.5 

500.5 

101.1 
251. 1 

36.7 
526.1 

91.7 

1 256.9 
25.9 
76.7 
33.0 
76.2 

., 78.8 
60.9 
61.9 
11.1 
29.6 

52.5 

111.0 

159.9 

37.6 

r 76.7 

197. 1 

137.5 

21.0 

10.6 

200.3 


1 955.6 
2 083. 1 

30.1 

175.9 
11. P 

210.5 
67. 1 

137.7 
32.0 
37.2 

179.0 
15.0 

51. 1 
256.0 

58.7 
18.6 
50.5 

86.5 

192.8 

58.6 

52. 1 

96.8 

25.5 

82.8 
156. :^ 

50.5 
856.9 

110.0 

11.5 

29.5 

102.1 

100.5 

12.2 
50.7 
51.1 
71.2 
78.1 

80.2 

1 005. 1 

569.9 

611.9 

52.1 

17.2 
13.1 

205.9 
68.1 

317.1 

87.0 
195.2 

55.9 
218.2 

81.6 

1 159.9 
20.6 
81.5 
26.7 

75.0 

71. 1 
11. 1 
65.5 
12.5 
21.8 

26.9 
116.1 
102.5 
52.5 
65.5 

171.9 
116.0 
21.5 
16.6 
178.0 


10 
12 

6 
12 
27 

7 
11 

15 
59 
18 
79 
51 

25 

50 

9 

15 

17 

11 
6 

26 
8 
5 

17 

18 
11 
-1 
13 

19 

29 

9 

5 

2 

5 

25 

9 

1 

29 

1 
12 
12 
10 
52 

28 
12 
23 
-6 
25 

17 
20 
2 
31 
12 


16 
-3 
21 

1 

11 

'■38 

5 

5 

19 

20 
21 
56 
16 
"• 21 

15 
10 
16 
6 
13 


2 582.7 
1 716.3 

10.8 
169.9 

22.5 
158.6 

93.2 

115.3 
51.7 
56.5 

277.1 
56.7 

51.5 
512. 1 
55.2 
55.1 
55.5 

88.0 

581.6 

66.5 

21.2 

80.8 

51.1 

70.6 
173.1 

31.5 
587.5 

82.2 
31.9 
18.2 
521.5 
90.5 

57.6 
59.6 
17. 1 
63.6 
109. 1 

70.2 

1 585.8 

2 92.5 

501.0 

10.6 

67.5 
55.7 

226.2 
56.7 

111.7 

93.1 
192.0 

11.6 
501.0 

81.2 

1 218.5 
17. 1 
55.5 
51.7 

80.1 

60.2 
65.2 
51.5 
22.2 
35.0 

19.1 

116.9 

135.9 

58.5 

75.5 

185.8 
118.8 
23.1 
27.5 
130.1 


1 825.0 
1 1 62 . 6 

55.0 
120.0 

11.5 
125.3 

62.1 

78.1 
22.9 
17.9 
111.1 
51.6 

21.8 

200.5 

22.1 

55.5 

35.9 

60.7 
263.9 
53.9 
17.1 
60.9 

21.9 
51.1 

112.1 
26.! 

115.8 

52.2 
20.8 
19.1 
215.9 
59.0 

20.6 
21.6 
28.5 
16.2 
61.5 

50.9 

1 076.9 

202.9 

558.9 

27.0 

15.6 
30.0 

163.0 
17.8 

281.8 

60.2 
131.1 

28.5 
219.3 

65.0 

765.0 
12.6 
17.8 
17.5 
66.1 

11.8 
56.1 
11.5 
16.0 
29.6 

15.0 
95.9 
61.1 
26.0 
52.5 

159.1 
81 .8 
11.8 
18.8 
85.7 


12 
18 

17 
12 
00 
27 
19 

17 
52 
18 
119 
70 

56 
71 
18 
60 
51 

15 
15 
23 
39 
33 

25 
30 
51 
21 
32 

57 
68 
-5 
33 
53 

27 
61 
65 
38 
70 

56 
17 
11 
19 
50 

18 
79 
39 
19 
15 

55 
17 
16 
37 
25 

55 
56 
16 
61 
21 

51 
75 
21 
39 
18 

19 
55 
68 
38 
11 

55 

15 
56 
16 
52 


1 


AKRON, OHIO 


5 




6 

7 


ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY, N.Y 


8 
9 


ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM-EASTON, PA. -N.J . . 
ALTOONA, PA 






11 


ANAHEIM-SANTA ANA-GARDEN GROVE. CALIF . 


13 








15 
















19 


BALTIMORE, MO 


20 


BATON ROUGE, LA 


21 


BAY CITY, MICH 


22 
23 


BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR, TEX 

BILLINGS, MONT 






25 


BIRMINGHAM, ALA 


26 




27 


BOSTON, MASS 


28 


BRIDGEPORT, CONN 


30 
31 


BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO, TEX . 
BUFFALO, N.Y 


32 


CANTON, OHIO, ... . . 


33 


CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA . . 






55 

|36 
37 


CHARLESTON, S.C 

CHARLESTON. W. VA 

CHARLOTTE, N.C 


38 








10 


CINCINNATI. OHIO-KY.-IND 


12 


COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO 


13 


COLUMBIA, S.C 


15 


COLUMBUS. OHIO 










18 

19 


DAVENPORT-ROCK I SLAND-MOL INE , IOWA-ILL. 
DAYTON, OHIO 


50 








52 


DES MOINES, IOWA 


53 








55 
56 


DULUTH-SUPERIOR, MINN. -WIS 

DURHAM, N.C 


57 


EL PASO, TEX 


58 


ERIE, PA 


59 








61 
62 

63 


FALL RIVER, MASS.-R.l 

FARGO-MOORHEAD, N. DAK. -MINN 

FITCHBURG-LEOMINSTER, MASS 


65 
66 


FORT LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOO, FLA 










69 


FRESNO CALIF 






71 
72 


GALVESTON-TEXAS CITY, TEX 

GARY-HAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO, IND 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
' Minus sign (-) before a number denotes decrease. 



(X) Not applicable. Revised. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-69 



Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



Gasoline service stations 


Apparel, accessory 


>tores 


Furniture, home furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, 


drinking places 


Drug stores, 
proprietary stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers* 


"i 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


3 


($1,000,000) 


change, 


($1,000,000) 


change. 


($1,000,000) 


change. 


($1,000,000) 


change. 


($1,000,000) 


change. 


($1,000,000) 


change, 


($1,000,000) 


change, 


c 






1958 to 






1958 to 






1958 to 






1958 to 






1958 to 






1958 to 






1958 to 




1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963" 


1963 


1958 


1963^ 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 




1 001.3 


795.2 


26 


2 012.3 


1 919.1 


3 


1 151.8 


1 121.6 


3 


2 111.1 


2 063.6 


17 


618.5 


517.1 


30 


2 259.8 


2 081.2 


9 


616.6 


552.5 


12 


1 


605.5 


530.9 


11 


696.3 


658.2 


6 


113.1 


118.8 


-8 


017. 1 


810.1 


13 


122.3 


322.1 


51 


755.1 


796.5 


-5 


998.5 


791.2 


36 


2 


16.3 


12.5 


50 


10.9 


9.5 


15 


10.0 


7,7 


30 


7.1 


6.6 


12 


5.5 


1.5 


18 


12.1 


8.2 


18 


1.1 


.9 


33 


3 


66.1 


52.9 


25 


28.1 


27.0 


n 


50.7 


25.1 


21 


65.5 


51.8 


20 


25.8 


22.1 


17 


56.6 


36.2 


1 


15.9 


10.1 


53 


1 


7.0 


5.5 


27 


6.1 


1.2 


15 


1.7 


1.1 


15 


1.8 


3.5 


37 


3.1 


2.2 


11 


12.1 


7.3 


70 


1.5 


.6 


150 


5 


56.2 


117.6 


18 


65.1 


61.7 


6 


59.0 


10.1 


-3 


75.5 


70.8 


7 


26.0 


23.6 


10 


01.9 


86.7 


6 


51.6 


51.6 


-37 


6 


28.7 


23.6 


22 


25.6 


18.1 


39 


21.5 


31 .5 


- 


30.5 


21.8 


10 


18.0 


12.1 


10 


27.0 


21.3 


11 


1.5 


1.3 


5 


7 


U3.4 


33.7 


29 


30.1 


31.8 


-1 


32.3 


31.3 


-6 


50.7 


10.9 


21 


16.8 


11.8 


11 


61.0 


55.9 


11 


15.5 


13.2 


3 


8 


10. q 


9.6 


8 


11.6 


10.9 


6 


8.0 


B.5 


-6 


9.6 


9.2 


1 


1.5 


3.9 


15 


11.2 


9.9 


13 


1.1 


5.0 


17 


9 


20.5 


16.9 


21 


18. 1 


18.8 


-1 


11.7 


10.5 


10 


16.0 


12.5 


28 


11.2 


8.1 


38 


25.1 


18.6 


31 


12.9 


8,0 


61 


10 


111.9 


60.0 


92 


69.8 


36.7 


90 


82.3 


12.1 


95 


136.8 


69.1 


98 


51.5 


29.0 


88 


92.7 


19.7 


87 


25.6 


9,9 


138 


11 


19.1 


16.0 


19 


20.5 


13.6 


51 


15.8 


12.0 


32 


18.3 


11. B 


55 


10.7 


7.9 


35 


19.7 


15.1 


28 


5.6 


1.6 


135 


13 


17.0 


12.3 


38 


8.2 


7.8 


5 


9.5 


7.3 


30 


11.9 


B.7 


37 


1.8 


5.9 


-19 


16.0 


20.5 


-22 


2.5 


2.5 


-8 


13 


119.7 


85.5 


10 


81.0 


69.8 


20 


59.6 


17.3 


36 


103.7 


68.5 


50 


58. 1 


10.7 


15 


128.8 


99.6 


29 


57,7 


99.7 


-12 


11 


16.2 


13.11 


21 


20.7 


22.9 


-10 


9.0 


12.1 


-27 


18.1 


10.3 


20 


8.8 


7.8 


13 


39.2 


32.1 


31 


11.8 


7.5 


57 


15 


20.1 


15.8 


2" 


13.5 


13.6 


-1 


10.1 


9.5 





13.7 


10.3 


53 


8.6 


6.3 


59 


30.1 


16.9 


21 


1.2 


1.2 


250 


16 


22.0 


17.5 


26 


18.1 


20.6 


-11 


15.2 


12.1 


23 


31.9 


16.6 


32 


9.3 


8.3 


12 


20.8 


16.7 


25 


5.0 


3.6 


-17 


17 


116.0 


38.5 


19 


21.0 


11.9 


11 


21.0 


22.1 


-6 


36.3 


39.9 


21 


11.0 


11.2 


35 


37.2 


29.2 


27 


9.2 


7.5 


23 


18 


139.0 


119.9 


16 


122.2 


117.1 


1 


93.3 


88.0 


6 


316.9 


196.1 


11 


100.5 


86. 1 


17 


171.0 


161.1 


8 


81 .3 


103.3 


-21 


19 


211.0 


21.6 


11 


11.9 


19.3 


-23 


13.6 


16.0 


-15 


17.1 


15.9 


8 


10.0 


11.1 


-12 


20.5 


17.1 


18 


1.1 


5.6 


-21 


20 


12.0 


8.8 


36 


8.7 


7.3 


19 


6.6 


8.5 


-22 


9.7 


8.5 


11 


1.9 


1.3 


11 


7.1 


6.1 


21 


1.7 


1.5 


31 


21 


30.5 


29.2 


1 


21.0 


23.1 


1 


21 .7 


17.3 


35 


19.5 


18.7 


1 


11.5 


(D) 


(0) 


26.8 


26.7 


- 


1.5 


(0) 


(0) 


22 


9.8 


9.3 


5 


8.0 


7.5 


7 


5.8 


7.6 


-21 


11 .6 


9.7 


30 


1.8 


1.0 


30 


B.7 


o.C 


-5 


l.B 


1.° 


-5 


33 


22.7 


20.5 


11 


16.1 


17.9 


-8 


15.9 


11.7 


8 


27.3 


31.2 


15 


^ .° 


9.2 


-5 


33.3 


31.1 


-2 


16.8 


9.0 


70 


21 


56.9 


UU.3 


28 


50. B 


18.7 


1 


39.3 


35.5 


11 


38.9 


36.1 


7 


36.5 


22.6 


17 


56.2 


58.0 


-5 


16.2 


11.1 


15 


25 


U.n 


10.6 


8 


7.2 


1.2 


71 


8.2 


6.9 


19 


10.3 


8.5 


30 


7.3 


5.1 


13 


11.5 


11.8 


-5 


5.5 


3.1 


152 


26 


201.7 


1611.7 


22 


266.9 


253.7 


5 


169.5 


117.9 


15 


315.5 


302.3 


11 


131.0 


113.1 


18 


165.0 


117.9 


11 


153.8 


195.1 


-2 1 


27 


30.7 


25.1 


22 


38.9 


29.1 


31 


27.1 


20.2 


36 


37.3 


29.6 


36 


18.3 


16.2 


15 


10.6 


10.1 


_ 


10.5 


10.7 


-2 


28 


12.7 


9.7 


31 


12.9 


11.9 


-13 


8.0 


6.1 


25 


11.1 


10.9 


39 


7.0 


1.5 


65 


25.0 


31.6 


16 


7,1 


1.7 


57 


29 


8.3 


8.7 


-5 


16.6 


11.5 


11 


5. 1 


1.5 


13 


6.3 


6.9 


-9 


3.9 


5.5 


11 


12.1 


10.3 


17 


1.0 


1.6 


-58 


30 


96.0 


91.3 


2 


98.8 


103.0 


-3 


67.9 


78.7 


-11 


116.9 


135.8 


B 


66.6 


56.0 


19 


107.0 


102. 1 


5 


28.1 


37.1 


5 


31 


32.7 


27.0 


21 


26.0 


22.1 


IB 


22.5 


22.1 


2 


33.0 


28.3 


15 


13.6 


12.6 


- 


31.1 


38.7 


9 


9.0 


5.2 


75 


32 


18.0 


11.0 


29 


9.3 


15.6 


-10 


11 .6 


10.8 


7 


11.5 


11.3 


38 


7.8 


6.5 


21 


16.8 


16.0 


5 


2.5 


1 .1 


79 


35 


13.6 


10.7 


27 


9.3 


7.6 


22 


8.0 


5.9 


36 


12.7 


11.1 


11 


7.3 


1.6 


57 


15.0 


11.3 


33 


1 .8 


3.1 


-11 


51 


19.3 


11.8 


3C 


15.8 


(D) 


(D) 


13.7 


12.7 


8 


13.5 


13.7 


6 


9.0 


7.5 


30 


16.3 


15.1 


6 


2.5 


(D) 


(0) 


35 


22.3 


19.9 


12 


16.8 


16.6 


1 


12.7 


11.7 


-11 


17.5 


15.6 


13 


11.9 


11.1 


7 


19.5 


17.1 


12 


5.0 


3.7 


35 


36 


35.9 


27.9 


29 


28.1 


21. 1 


17 


21.3 


17.8 


20 


26.8 


21 .3 


26 


11. 1 


15.6 


1 


16.2 


39.5 


18 


16. 1 


11.1 


12 


37 


29.3 


26.9 


9 


19.8 


17.9 


11 


18.8 


21 .3 


-13 


20.9 


16.3 


38 


13.3 


11.5 


7 


38.6 


30.5 


27 


5.8 


3.7 


57 


58 


5111.1 


1179.0 


13 


653.5 


611.3 


6 


380.0 


116.8 


-9 


860.3 


759.6 


15 


396.8 


301.1 


32 


712.3 


751.0 


-6 


977.2 


7fl0.3 


25 


39 


122.3 


88.6 


38 


71.2 


(D) 


(a) 


78.0 


70.3 


11 


115. 1 


135.0 





61.8 


18.6 


27 


101.9 


107.9 


-3 


37.5 


(D) 


(0) 


10 


180.9 


152.1 


19 


131.2 


121.6 


5 


108.7 


11B.7 


-8 


233.3 


301 .9 


16 


97.6 


89.8 


9 


111.6 


161.9 


-12 


13.7 


10,9 


7 


11 


19.8 


13.8 


13 


13.2 


10.1 


31 


12.9 


9.7 


33 


15.9 


12.6 


26 


7.5 


6.7 


12 


17.0 


13.9 


22 


5.6 


3.2 


61 


12 


25.1 


21.0 


20 


17.8 


17.0 


5 


12.7 


10.8 


18 


15.3 


12.1 


23 


8.0 


7.1 


8 


22.1 


30.5 


9 


5.1 


3.8 


13 


13 


20.0 


11.2 


11 


15.3 


12.1 


23 


12.6 


13.0 


5 


13.9 


9.7 


33 


6.9 


5.1 


55 


11.9 


11.7 


1 


5.1 


1.0 


38 


11 


88.1 


61.9 


36 


17.1 


17.9 


-2 


56.1 


11.8 


26 


95.1 


78.8 


21 


39.3 


35.9 


16 


66.9 


62.5 


7 


26.9 


17.6 


55 


15 


19.0 


18.1 


5 


12.0 


13.7 


-12 


12.8 


12.6 


2 


17.5 


11.5 


21 


8.3 


8.3 


1 


19.2 


17.5 


10 


2,9 


3.1 


-15 


16 


129.0 


100.6 


38 


106.0 


92.1 


15 


72.0 


66.3 


9 


115.1 


86.6 


33 


65.7 


51.8 


20 


136.5 


120.0 


11 


19, 1 


90.7 


-16 


17 


311.7 


28.6 


21 


19.3 


20.6 


-6 


21.9 


21.5 


16 


13.2 


35.6 


21 


17.5 


13.9 


26 


38.9 


52.6 


19 


7,9 


8.9 


-11 


18 


78.8 


59.7 


32 


12.1 


13.2 


_ 


17.1 


10.0 


18 


80.0 


67.1 


19 


51.1 


35.2 


23 


58.0 


51.0 


7 


22.1 


11.2 


100 


19 


11.6 


12.0 


-3 


8.1 


8.2 


2 


9.1 


8.0 


11 


11.3 


12.7 


13 


5.7 


1.0 


13 


11.2 


12.8 


-13 


3.2 


2.8 


-21 


50 


108.1 


79.0 


37 


70.7 


53.1 


33 


71.2 


60.9 


22 


123.6 


85.5 


15 


66. 1 


55.7 


19 


108.0 


76.5 


11 


18.0 


57.6 


-17 


51 


29.7 


27.1 


10 


21.0 


21.6 


-15 


18.6 


21.7 


-11 


26.8 


21.1 


10 


11.0 


11.3 


-1 


27.5 


53.1 


-13 


15.6 


7.9 


97 


52 


3B3.0 


322.3 


19 


293.7 


276. 1 


6 


219.3 


228.9 


-1 


395.3 


318.9 


13 


235.0 


192.7 


22 


275.1 


256.3 


7 


132.8 


97,1 


36 


53 


8.2 


7.3 


12 


3.7 


1.0 


-8 


1.1 


5.1 


-11 


8.0 


7.0 


11 


3.6 


3.0 


20 


10.8 


11.0 


-2 


1.5 


.8 


88 


51 


22.9 


21.6 


-7 


23.3 


21.3 


9 


11.1 


12.9 


9 


21.3 


33.8 


3 


9.9 


11.0 


-10 


25.7 


22.5 


11 


13.1 


10.1 


36 


55 


11.2 


8.1 


38 


10.5 


7.3 


11 


8.3 


6.3 


32 


7.8 


5.5 


13 


1.3 


1.9 


-12 


12.7 


11.1 


11 


3.5 


1.3 


93 


56 


21.1 


16.5 


28 


32.5 


21.8 


31 


22.8 


22.1 


2 


21.9 


18.9 


33 


11.2 


10.0 


12 


22.1 


20.7 


7 


6.7 


3.9 


72 


57 


23.6 


19.7 


20 


21.2 


11.7 


11 


12.5 


13.3 


-6 


21.7 


19.5 


11 


9.6 


8.7 


10 


21.9 


20.3 


25 


7.2 


5.3 


36 


58 


20.6 


15.5 


33 


9.1 


6.9 


36 


12.5 


Q.B 


28 


16.8 


10.6 


58 


9.1 


6.1 


51 


23.0 


18.1 


ii 


1.9 


1.1 


36 


59 


25.0 


19. u 


Z'f 


21.1 


23.6 


-9 


12.8 


11.2 


-10 


21.7 


30.2 


7 


12.1 


10.3 


17 


17.9 


13.1 


37 


5.8 


8.6 


-33 


60 


10.0 


7.9 


27 


15.8 


12.7 


21 


12.9 


10.7 


21 


13.8 


10.8 


19 


5.7 


5.0 


11 


15.9 


15.5 


3 


3.3 


1.2 


175 


61 


12.2 


10.5 


16 


9.8 


10.1 


-3 


9.1 


8.6 


6 


11.9 


11.0 


8 


5.9 


1.2 


10 


13.5 


11.5 


19 


5.3 


3.6 


23 


62 


7.5 


6.7 


12 


8.2 


7.0 


17 


1.7 


1.8 


-2 


9.2 


8.7 


6 


3.7 


3.7 


„ 


15. 1 


13.3 


11 


1.2 


1.7 


-29 


63 


117.8 


37.6 


27 


31.9 


28.0 


11 


31.8 


27.1 


17 


39.3 


25.7 


55 


31.8 


18.6 


33 


29.1 


21.8 


33 


18.5 


9.3 


101 


61 


115.7 


28.0 


63 


31.7 


28.7 


21 


39.0 


27.5 


12 


61.1 


13.1 


13 


23.6 


15.5 


51 


19.8 


37.8 


32 


10.7 


7.1 


51 


65 


13.11 


11.3 


19 


7.2 


6.6 


9 


8.1 


6.0 


10 


8.3 


6.8 


31 


1.9 


(0) 


(D) 


12.1 


10.0 


21 


1.8 


(0) 


(o) 


66 


27.0 


20.8 


30 


23.7 


16.6 


13 


16.0 


13.3 


30 


27.6 


33.5 


17 


13.5 


9.3 


17 


33.9 


31,1 


-3 


8.7 


11.1 


-38 


67 


61.11 


51.5 


19 


31.1 


29.3 


7 


27.6 


27.5 


. 


51.0 


39.5 


57 


30.8 


27.6 


12 


16.3 


18.5 


-5 


26.2 


12.0 


-38 


68 


U7.8 


37.8 


26 


33.5 


27.1 


22 


31.8 


25. 1 


27 


58.0 


33.3 


11 


31. 1 


16.7 


11 


58.7 


52.0 


13 


11.3 


13.5 


-10 


69 


8.2 


6.3 


30 


5.5 


6.1 


-11 


1.7 


1.9 


-1 


3.1 


2.8 


21 


3.6 


2.7 


33 


1.1 


3.5 


17 


1.9 


.1 


375 


70 


13.3 


12.5 


6 


11.9 


8.3 


13 


6.5 


8. 1 


-20 


13.8 


13.2 


5 


6.7 


7.0 


-1 


13.3 


12.9 


3 


2.0 


1.5 


33 


71 


6U.a 


51.8 


21 


12.8 


13.9 


-3 


33.1 


31.9 


5 


56.8 


50.8 


12 


35.6 


21.0 


22 


13. 1 


13.1 


3 


21.1 


11,0 


51 


72 



1-70 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 



standard metropolitan statistical area 



Retail trade, total 



Sales 
($1,000,000) 



1963 



1958 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963" 



Lumber, building mate- 
rials, hardware, farm 
equipment dealers 



Sales 
($1,000,000) 



1963 1958 



Percent 

change, 

1958 tc 

19631 



General merchandise 
group stores 



Sales 
($1,000,000) 



1963 1958 



Percent 

change, 

■1958 to^ 

1963 



Food stores 



Sales 
($1,000,000) 



1963 



1958 



Percent 

change, 

1958 ti 

1963 




Automotive dealers 



Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963- 



18 
19 
20 

21 

22 
23 
2U 

25 

26 
27 
28 
29 
30 

31 
32 
33 

311 



51 
52 

53 
5U 
55 



57 
58 
59 
60 

61 
62 
63 



GRAND RAPIDSi MICH. . 
GREAT FALLSi MONT . . 
GRE.EN BAYi WIS. . . . 
GRE.ENSBORO-HIGH POINTi 
GREENVILLEi S.C . . . 



HAM I LTON-M I DDLETOWN i 
HARRISBURGr PA. . . 
HARTFORDi CONN. . . 
HONOLULU) HAWAI I . . 
HOUSTON 1 TEX. . . . 



HUNT INGTON-ASHLANDi 
HUNTSVILLEi ALA . . 
INDIANAPOLISi IND . 
JAC<SONt MICH . . . 
JACKSONi MISS . . . 



VA.-KY.-OH 10 



JACKSONVILLE! FLA . . 
JERSEY CITYt N.J. . . 
JOHNSTOWN f PA ... . 
KALAMAZOO. MICH . . . 
KANSAS CITY. MO.-KANS 



KENOSHA. WIS. . 
KNOXVILLE. TENN 
LAFAYETTE. LA . 
LAKE CHARLES 
LANCASTER. P 



LA. 



LANSING. MICH 

LAREDO. TEX 

LAS VEGAS. NEV 

LAWRENCE-HAVERHILLt MASS.-N.H 
LAWTON. QKLA 



LEWI STON-AUBURN. 
LEXINGTON. KY . 
LIMA. OHIO. . . 
LINCOLN. NEBR . 



MAINE. 



LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARK. 



LORAIN-ELVRI A. OHIO . . 
LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH. 
LOUISVILLE. KY.-IND . . 

LOWELL. MASS 

LUBBOCK. TEX 



LYNCHBURG. VA . . . 

MACON. GA 

MADISON. WIS- . . . 
MANCHESTER! N.H . . 
MEMPHIS. TENN. -ARK. 



MERIDEN. CONN . . . . 

MIAMI . FLA 

MIDLAND. TEX 

MILWAUKEE. WIS. . . . 
MINNEAP0LIS-5T. PAUL. 



MOBILE. ALA 

MONROE. LA 

MONTGOMERY. ALA 

MUNClEi IND 

MUSKEGON-MUSKEGON HEIGHTS. 



NASHVILLE. TENN 

NEW BEDFORD. MASS .... 
NEW BRITAIN. CONN .... 

NEW HAVEN. CONN 

NEW LONDON-GROTON-NORWICH. 



NEW ORLEANS. LA . . . 
NEW YORK. N.V . . . . 

NEWARK. N.J 

NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON. 
NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH. V 



NORWALK. CONN . . . 
ODESSA. TEX .... 
OGDEN. UTAH .... 
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA 
OMAHA. NEBR. -IOWA . 



ORLANDO. FLA 

PATERSON-CL IFTON-PASSAIC. N-J 

PEN5AC0LA. FLA 

PEORIA. ILL 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. -N.J .... 



C63.U 
126.9 
180.5 
352.6 
3!3.e 

ztn-i 

53«.8 
919-0 
619.7 
961 .6 



29U.9 
231 .2 
1 UOl.O 
171 .1 
265.7 

672.14 
705. U 
275.0 
2U6.8 
1 682.9 

l'l31.2 
H61.2 
109.8 
1U5.9 
387.11 

1161). I 
80. H 
362.9 
268.9 
'■ 99.5 

103.0 
229.5 
156.1 
229.1 
3U5.5 

257.8 
10 687.11 
977.5 
202.11 
280.3 

1113.6 

''233.8 

3113.8 

156.11 
895.1 

69.9 

1 618.1 

99.5 

1 707.0 

2 1911. H 

1116.7 
138.0 
237.9 
153.3 

190.0 

623.8 
180.2 
168.1) 
K73.H 
263.0 

1 123.0 
15 6116.3 

2 582.5 
282.11 
6S11.0 

176.9 
137.0 
161 .7 
8011.5 
666.5 

5011.0 

1 871 .2 

2141 .9 

1467.9 

5 737.14 



532.0 
107.14 
158.5 
30 5.6 
236.7 

198.9 
1135.7 
729.14 
11211.1 
1 511H.9 

265.8 
131.7 
1 127.7 
1J11.2 
222.0 

522.6 
6 39.5 
265.3 
20 5.14 
I 1186.7 

97.9 
357.14 

82.3 
1147.5 
309.0 

363.11 

59.7 

177.14 

232.2 

71.7 

86.14 
170.11 
128.1 
183.2 
278.7 

200.9 
8 338.0 
819.8 
156.0 
213.8 

108.0 
170.2 
26U.6 
137.5 

7140.5 

60.5 
1 369.3 

82.3 
1 1459.1 

1 871.2 

338. 1 
105.7 
182.3 
115.8 
156.1 

526.1 
1119.5 
1142.9 
1407.3 
(NA) 

991.1 
13 581.7 

2 2113.1 
211 .U 
563.14 

(NA) 
129.14 
119.14 
601.3 
5118.9 

360.8 

1 1451 .3 

198.1 

379.0 

H 9142.9 



25 
18 
lU 
15 
33 

23 
23 
26 

146 
27 

11 
76 
214 
19 
20 

29 

10 

14 

20 

13 

'■311 
29 
33 
-1 

25 

28 
35 

116 
16 

"■38 

19 
35 
22 
25 

214 

28 
28 
19 
30 

35 

33 
'■ 37 
30 
lU 
21 

16 
18 
21 
17 
17 

23 
31 
30 
32 
22 

19 
21 
18 
16 
(NA) 

13 
15 
15 
3.4 
21 

(NA) 

6 

35 

"■314 

21 

140 
29 
22 
23 
16 



140.6 
8.11 
11.2 
17.8 
20.0 

114.2 
27.5 
311.8 
11. 8 
80.8 

13.0 
27.2 
71 .1 
11 .5 
13.11 

21 .9 
19.3 
15.3 
19.1 
62.9 

"•9.8 

214.1 

7.8 

11.3 

31.6 

32.6 
3.14 
17.1 
12.9 
"■6.9 

6.9 
15.14 
12.9 
19.0 
21 .6 

18.9 
3147.6 
37.5 
12. 3 
26.8 

8.0 
12.8 
214.9 

7.5 
35.1 

2.6 

39.1 

14.7 

56.8 

108.0 

26. D 
9.1 

10. H 
9.11 
7.3 



6.8 
22.7 
13.1 

38.7 

1427.14 

96.2 

12.6 

30.5 

8. 8 

11.5 

10.5 

141.6 

37.8 

28.3 

67. U 

11.1 

36.3 

193.8 



113.6 
10 

11.2 
IH.I 

19. a 

15.1 

28.8 

35.0 

6.0 

95.9 

15.8 
114.7 
68.2 
12.3 

13.1 

■■214.3 
214 
19.2 
20-0 
85.5 

7.! 
19.9 

8.5 
16.5 
22.8 

31.1 
14.2 
7.2 

12.0 
7.5 

3.1 
13.9 
12.14 
13.1 
111.9 

17.1 

398-9 

142.7 

9.7 

27.5 

5.5 
10.7 
27.9 

7.7 
35.1 

3.1 

!■ 68. 1 

6.14 

69.9 

127.6 

i7.5 

8.9 
8.9 
8.5 
11.7 

29.5 
6-0 
7.3 

23.2 

(Na) 

36.2 
14 35.11 
113.8 

7. 1 
214.8 

(NA) 

7.6 

11 .0 

''38.8 

1414.3 

32.1 
75.3 
10.8 
36.0 
216.14 



21 

-8 

-32 

39 

5 
-19 
138 



123 

11 

14 



16 

''-113 
-27 
-19 

-15 

-14 

2 

17 

11 

-38 



25 

-7 

-2 

(NA) 



-15 
77 
23 

(NA) 
-HI 

-5 



80.2 
16.5 
28.6 
115.6 
U5.1 

31.2 
70.3 

158.2 
96.9 

310. 6 

112.0 
30.0 
222.5 
20.5 
27.2 

78.5 
614. 14 
35.7 
30.0 
227.2 

13.0 
75.3 
114.6 
18.14 
1414.6 

63.0 
12.5 
1414.14 
27.7 
12.14 

10.0 
31.11 
28.9 
146.9 
50.14 

25.5 
1 1185.6 
1145. 2 
25.5 
HI .2 

17.2 
29.5 
149.3 
25.2 
138.5 

5.6 
219.0 

7.7 
267.9 
377.7 

55.5 
23.2 
35.7 
19.9 
22.2 

95.2 
22.14 
lU.O 
148.9 
314.0 



170 

2 106 

316 

55 
100 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC ma|or group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
'Minus sign (-) before a number denotes decrease. 



13.8 
13.0 
20.0 
116.5 
98.9 

66.2 

252.0 
29.3 
60.3 

756. E 

r. 



60 

13.6 

19.7 

35.1 

32.11 

21 .3 
147-3 

105.2 
148.8 

190 .0 

38.0 
114.2 
163. H 
16.9 
26.2 

118.5 
31 .7 
140.2 
21.9 
155.6 

8.3 

60. 1 
13-6 
17.9 
314.3 

112.2 
10.1 
13.5 
22. 1 
9.6 



18.1 
36.9 
112.6 

21 .1 
9111.5 
98.1 
13.6 
26.1 

15.1 
23.3 
314.7 
18.1 
98.7 

14.14 
137.6 

14.9 
200.0 
260.6 

37.2 
15-1 
27.2 
12.7 

18.14 

75.14 
16.8 
7.7 
140.3 
(NA) 

135.9 

1 1193.5 

253.1 

22.9 

66.7 

(NA) 
10. 1 
^12.7 
72.6 
69.14 

38.0 
127.2 
22.1 

113.0 
573.5 



111 
36 
21 



62 
103 
-11 

37 
146 

57 

25 

7 

3 

30 



211 

229 

25 

27 

3 
39 
60 
27 
18 



148 
63 
58 

114 
27 
142 
39 

HO 

27 
59 
57 
314 
145 

149 
514 
31 
57 
21 

26 
33 
82 
21 
(NA) 

25 
141 
25 
IHO 
50 

(NA) 

29 

57 

■'60 

143 



160.1 
27.6 
39.3 
75.1 
78. U 

61-5 
111.1 
220.8 
1148.3 
146 3.7 

714.7 
53.14 
2814. 2 
111 .9 
58.6 

151 .1 

200-6 

714-6 

514-e 

352.7 

35.9 
108.1 
18.7 
36.6 
80.0 

1014.11 
111.9 
76.1 
71 .9 
18.8 

214.5 
145.7 
32.0 
141.7 
69.3 

70.5 

2 382 . 3 

2214.8 

514.2 

511.8 

314.2 
51.7 
65.1 
39.9 
192.1 

16.2 
376.8 

23.2 
1407.6 
1478.0 

102.5 
27.14 
51 .7 
30.6 
53.6 

1140.0 
51 .0 
I4l4.q 

125.5 
6II.14 

282.8 

14 0014.0 

591 .7 

614.5 

156.14 

143.5 

31 .2 

36.6 

1714.7 

1142.5 



714 117.0 

98 1460.9 

33 

HOl 101.2 

32 1 1 358.11 



133.2 
21.14 
39.3 
60 .U 
58.8 

53-0 
101 -2 
173.7 
119.14 
398. 

69.3 
29.9 
21414.1 
35.7 
52.0 

125.5 

190.9 

68-6 

53.6 

323.9 

25.9 
91 .« 
114.8 
35.14 
67.2 

811.1 
13.3 
U2.6 
614.3 
IU.14 

22.6 
3q-i4 
32-6 
36.3 
63.2 

57.2 

2 37.14 

196-5 

1.2.8 

110.6 

26.1) 
39.6 
52.7 
33.6 
165.7 

16.1 
295.6 

21.7 
370.0 
1107.1 

814.3 
21.1 
38.14 
30.7 
1414-2 

133-2 

UU.l 

140-11 

lOH.ll 

(NA) 



266.1 

3 668.9 

5611.2 

514-3 

153.6 

(NA) 

30.9 

29.3 

''137.3 

121 .14 

79.0 

379-6 

116.6 

86-0 

1 209-6 



15 

10 

23 
17 
114 
27 
35 

30 
31 
214 
19 
16 

1 

27 

7 

10 



22 
30 
35 



(NA) 



19 
3 

(NA) 

1 

25 

27 

17 

118 
21 
19 
IE 
12 



lUO-l 
26.2 
33.0 
67.5 
60.11 

1111.3 
107.2 
1149.9 

99.5 
1406.8 

60.0 
1414.0 
292.7 
37.0 
60 .7 

155.5 
79.5 
511.8 
145.8 

323-9 

■" 19.9 
87. 3 
23.9 
30.2 
67.3 

109.1 

9.2 

77.9 

143.5 

211.6 

22.6 
140.8 
28.11 
HI .3 
81 .8 

50.5 

2115.6 

192.2 

28.9 

63. B 

29.0 
51.7 
62.8 
29.3 
205.6 

12.9 
325.7 

20.9 
307.9 
35U.6 

75.9 
29.0 
H8.7 
29.2 

39.5 

128.3 
2H.7 
27.5 
6H.3 
51 .0 

180.2 
1M3.5 
H50 .9 
57. H 
130. H 

36-9 

37.8 

29.6 

175.8 

116.1 

112-7 
.2H.7 
59.8 
9H.2 

979.7 



92.8 
19.5 
23.14 
HH.5 
H2.0 

29.2 
78.3 

112.0 
57.8 

279.5 

H5.2 
25.3 
193-0 
2H.H 
H5.2 

105.1 
71 .7 
H3.7 
32.6 

232.2 

1U.6 
59.3 
15.6 

26.1 
53. H 

67.0 
7.1 
3H.2 
32.3 
15.2 

15.6 
26.3 
20.5 
33.5 

56.0 

33.7 

1 366.0 

1H6.5 

18.8 

HH.8 

19.0 
28. H 
HI. 8 
22.6 
13H. 1 

7.8 

253.11 

IH.9 

222.3 

279.7 

56.1 
20.7 
31.8 
19. H 
28. H 

87.8 
16. H 
19.3 
51 .7 
(NA) 

129. H 

172.3 

291.6 

39.9 

65.6 

(NA) 
29.7 
16.6 
■"112.9 
9U.3 

72.3 

201 .0 

H8.9 

65. U 

715.5 



52 
37 
314 
72 
H6 

33 
7H 
52 
52 
314 

H8 
11 
25 
HO 
39 

"'36 
U7 
53 

7 
26 

63 
30 
128 
35 
62 

H5 
55 
39 
23 
H6 

50 
53 
31 



53 

82 
50 
30 
53 

65 
29 

HO 
39 
27 

35 
HO 
53 
51 
39 

H6 
3H 
H2 
2H 
(NA) 

39 
36 
55 

HH 
52 

(NA) 

27 

76 

r 56 

23 

56 
62 
22 



(X) Not applicable. Revised 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-71 



by KInd-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 



Gasoline 


service stations 


Apparel. 


accessory 


Stores 


Furniture, home furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Ealing, drinliing places 


Drug stores, 
proprietary stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers* 


M 

E 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 




($1,000,000) 


change, 
1958 to 


($1,000,000) 


change 
1958 to 


($1,000,000) 


change, 


($1,000,000) 


change, 
1958 to 


($1,000,000) 


change, 
1958 to 


($1,000,000) 


change, 
1958 to 


($1 ,000,000) 


change, 
1958 to 


E 














1958 to 




















1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 


1963 


1958 


1963' 




55.2 


U3.3 


27 


31 .0 


28.5 


9 


36.9 


30.7 


20 


35.5 


26-9 


23 


25.0 


22.6 


12 


00.7 


39.2 


10 


13.7 


9.3 


07 


1 


8.U 


7.6 


11 


6.8 


5.6 


16 


6.8 


6.5 


5 


11 .8 


10-0 


13 


0.5 


3.0 


32 


6.7 


6.3 


-19 


1 .5 


-8 


88 


2 


11.6 


9.5 


20 


10.! 


9.9 


2 


9.0 


9.1 


3 


10.0 


12.5 


15 


0.9 


0.3 


10 


10.9 


17.6 


-15 


2.6 


2.0 


00 


3 


26.6 


19.9 


30 


21.7 


18.8 


15 


17.7 


13.1 


35 


20 -9 


15-0 


39 


10-5 


9.0 


12 


27.5 


(D) 


(D) 


21 -6 


(D) 


(0) 





25.2 


19.9 


27 


15.5 


11.3 


37 


16.0 


12.6 


30 


12-3 


6-7 


01 


9-9 


0.9 


1 1 


21 .2 


17.7 


20 


< 9-0 


5-0 


66 


5 


2! .1 


15.3 


38 


15.2 


11.6 


29 


9.0 


12.7 


-29 


L0.7 


17-9 


16 


8-0 


6.5 


23 


16.5 


13.8 


20 


2.3 


2-0 


-0 


6 


38.8 


30.3 


23 


35.2 


29.1 


21 


21.6 


20.6 


5 


37.7 


33-0 


10 


16-0 


10.0 


10 


09.3 


(D) 


(D) 


19.6 


(D) 


(0) 


7 


52.1 


U0.3 


18 


37.3 


39.6 


-6 


39.7 


39.2 


1 


68-6 


56-5 


21 


36-9 


29.6 


25 


90-9 


83.0 


9 


29.8 


10.7 


179 


8 


te.i 


31 .6 


06 


00 .0 


30.0 


32 


25.9 


23.2 


1; 


80-9 


50-8 


08 


23-9 


13.9 


72 


32-7 


29-7 


10 


13.8 


8.6 


60 


9 


1U0.7 


iie.o 


19 


117.1 


98.3 


19 


63.5 


81 .2 


3 


121 -0 


92-7 


31 


70-3 


57.6 


22 


125.0 


106.8 


17 


32-7 


26.5 


2 3 


10 


22.3 


17.3 


29 


17.8 


17.7 


1 


13.9 


10.2 


-2 


16.0 


15.6 


5 


10-6 


7.6 


36 


18-0 


16.0 


10 


6-2 


6.5 


-27 


11 


15.7 


8.0 


96 


12.2 


6.6 


83 


11 .6 


7.0 


57 


12.1 


6.5 


66 


5-0 


3.6 


02 


17.8 


13-6 


29 


2-0 


1.5 


33 


12 


106.8 


78.5 


36 


09.0 


06.1 


7 


58.7 


58.7 


_ 


102.3 


85.3 


20 


62.7 


53.3 


16 


95.3 


96.0 


-1 


55-3 


01 -! 


35 


13 


13.3 


11 .9 


12 


9.0 


7.9 


19 


7.2 


6.6 


9 


11 -9 


9.8 


21 


5.8 


6.0 


-3 


9.3 


9.9 


-6 


3.3 


2-9 


10 


10 


23.0 


15.7 


06 


27.0 


(U) 


(0) 


12.3 


(D) 


(D) 


13-2 


10.9 


21 


10.0 


8.2 


27 


15.1 


15.0 


-2 


0-6 


5.8 


-17 


15 


611.4 


30.6 


86 


30.0 


38.! 


-11 


31.6 


28.2 


13 


37.8 


32.0 


18 


26.2 


18.9 


39 


57.1 


53.0 


7 


10-1 


13.3 


6 


16 


Ul.O 


36.8 


11 


70.0 


60.1 


Q 


36.8 


39.0 


-7 


77-0 


72.5 


6 


21 -0 


17.7 


19 


80.7 


73-0 


10 


15-1 


17.3 


-13 


17 


20.1 


18.9 


6 


12.0 


13.0 


-7 


11.6 


12.7 


-9 


19-0 


18.3 





6.8 


5 .0 


15 


20.3 


21 .1 


-0 


0.5 


3.0 


32 


18 


20.1 


16.5 


22 


10.7 


10.9 


35 


13.2 


13.0 


2 


16-1 


10.1 


59 


8.0 


8.6 


-2 


19.9 


10-5 


37 


0.9 


3.7 


32 


19 


120.1 


93.6 


28 


98.6 


(D) 


(D) 


62.9 


63.0 


- 


111-2 


90.1 


18 


77.7 


72.9 


7 


97.2 


80-3 


15 


106.0 


(c) 


(0) 


20 


"• 8.0 


6.6 


" 21 


"■6.7 


5.9 


"■ 10 


'•7.1 


0.0 


>• 61 


'•12.5 


9.5 


r 32 


3.6 


3.2 


13 


r9.9 


9.5 


"■ 


"■0.7 


2.1 


"• 120 


21 


37.1 


30. "i 


22 


17.1 


10.8 


16 


22.0 


10.6 


53 


25-0 


18.9 


32 


10.9 


13.0 


09 


35.8 


20.6 


06 


9. 1 


9.9 


-6 


22 


e.7 


5.9 


07 


Q.O 


5.9 


59 


5.3 


3-5 


51 


7-7 


0.6 


67 


3.5 


2-5 


00 


8.8 


5.7 


50 


1-5 


1.7 


-12 


23 


12.8 


12.2 


5 


7.7 


8.5 


-9 


5.0 


6.1 


-11 


6.7 


8.0 


-20 


5.7 


-8 


19 


9.5 


8.9 


7 


1 .0 


.7 


100 


20 


25.1 


19.5 


29 


16.2 


10.6 


11 


18.1 


16.2 


11 


23.8 


19.1 


25 


7.6 


6.2 


23 


63.2 


07.5 


33 


9.9 


8-2 


21 


25 


35.6 


?e.i 


27 


19.2 


16.9 


10 


18.7 


30-0 


-8 


26-6 


20-1 


33 


13.6 


11.8 


15 


28.0 


35.0 


-21 


13.2 


6.2 


113 


26 


5.2 


0.2 


20 


20.2 


10.6 


91 


2.9 


2-5 


16 


2-8 


2-7 





3.5 


2-0 


75 


5.6 


3.0 


87 


-3 


.2 


50 


27 


37.3 


17.6 


112 


25.0 


10. 


70 


20.1 


8-1 


108 


30-0 


15.2 


126 


13.8 


7-3 


09 


30-9 


10-9 


107 


5-8 


2.0 


102 


28 


18.5 


12.2 


52 


17.3 


18.0 


-0 


11.8 


10-9 


8 


21 -5 


17.0 


26 


9.5 


7-8 


22 


29.8 


29-2 


2 


0-5 


6.0 


-30 


29 


7.5 


0.8 


56 


5.1 


3.5 


06 


0.7 


5.5 


-15 


6-0 


0-5 


02 


2.0 


(D) 


(0) 


9-6 


(u) 


(D) 


-9 


(D) 


(D) 


30 


6.0 


0.9 


22 


e.9 


6.6 


35 


3.2 


2.6 


10 


5-0 


0-0 


25 


1 .9 


1 -6 


6 


12.7 


13.0 


-5 


1 -5 


2.0 


-25 


31 


15.1 


11.0 


37 


18.6 


10.5 


28 


10.9 


9.1 


20 


15-7 


9.8 


60 


6.0 


6-3 


33 


22.3 


16. I 


23 


5-3 


0.0 


20 


32 


11.5 


8.7 


32 


6.0 


5.7 


12 


6.0 


5.3 


13 


10-5 


8.0 


31 


3.9 


3-5 


11 


11-9 


10. 1 


16 


3-7 


3.1 


19 


33 


17.0 


13.5 


26 


13.5 


10-6 


27 


9.3 


7-9 


18 


13-9 


10.7 


30 


9.0 


6 -0 


07 


15.5 


13.1 


18 


1-5 


1.3 


15 


30 


24.6 


21 .0 


16 


16. 9 


15.1 


25 


17.6 


15-6 


13 


16-2 


15.0 


5 


13.1 


9 -0 


39 


20-3 


20.3 


20 


7-5 


5.2 


00 


35 


22.9 


16.9 


36 


12.7 


9.8 


30 


11 .2 


8-5 


32 


18.6 


15.3 


22 


6.1 


5.8 


00 


13.0 


12.3 


9 


5.5 


3.3 


70 


36 


765.7 


613.1 


25 


601.8 


510.0 


17 


595.3 


539-8 


10 


931 -2 


690.6 


30 


396.3 


329-8 


21 


850.0 


652.5 


30 


213.5 


257.3 


-17 


37 


71.5 


59.2 


21 


51.2 


52.5 


-2 


03.6 


00-1 


9 


78.9 


68.7 


15 


00. 1 


36.1 


22 


60.3 


62.0 





20.0 


17.0 


38 


38 


12.5 


9.1 


37 


9.9 


11.1 


-11 


7.3 


5-9 


20 


15.9 


13-0 


22 


7.3 


5-8 


26 


22.6 


22.7 


- 


6.0 


3.6 


67 


39 


19.2 


15.5 


20 


15.0 


m .0 


7 


18.0 


12-6 


06 


13.5 


9.8 


36 


8.1 


6 -5 


25 


20.6 


13.5 


82 


0.0 


3.0 


33 


00 


10.6 


9.1 


19 


9.7 


6.0 


62 


6.7 


5-1 


31 


•5.7 


6-2 


56 


5.6 


0.6 


22 


11-5 


10.0 


15 


1-3 


1-1 


18 


01 


!9.U 


10.7 


32 


"■15.1 


11. 8 


'-28 


12.9 


9.6 


30 


U .2 


7-9 


02 


6.8 


6.0 


13 


17-6 


16.1 


9 


0.9 


2-3 


I 13 


02 


25.6 


16.6 


50 


20.8 


16.0 


16 


10.0 


12.3 


17 


31 .2 


22-9 


3c 


10.0 


10.7 


31 


31.6 


23-0 


37 


0.1 


0. 1 


- 


03 


B.6 


7.2 


19 


11. t 


11. e 


_2 


5.1 


6.1 


-16 


8-2 


7-5 


9 


3.3 


3-0 


_ J 


15.1 


16.1 


-6 


2.7 


3.0 


-21 


00 


67.6 


52.3 


30 


55.6 


03.7 


27 


35. 1 


29-2 


20 


00-6 


36-6 


22 


32.3 


26-7 


2! 


55.3 


57.3 


-3 


33.1 


61 .0 


-06 


05 


6.U 


5.5 


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5.0 


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0.8 


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20 


6.8 


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13 


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32 


06 


99.8 


eo-o 


20 


1 16.0 


1 10.0 


1 


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76.1 


-7 


159-5 


100-0 


10 


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63.2 


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113-9 


106.9 


7 


30.5 


26.8 


29 


07 


8.0 


7.6 


e 


8.2 


6.1 


30 


0.7 


5.3 


-1 1 


S.O 


5-0 


60 


7.5 


1-9 


300 


5.1 


6.9 


-26 


1-5 


1.6 


-6 


06 


113.0 


92.7 


22 


86.9 


90.0 


-8 


79.0 


30 -C 


-1 


153.8 


138.9 


11 


52.6 


07 .9 


10 


125.8 


113.0 


11 


55.0 


29.6 


87 


09 


ieo.2 


118.1 


36 


105.5 


100.0 


1 


97.6 


93-6 





170.8 


102-1 


23 


79.9 


70 .0 


10 


107-9 


126.7 


17 


110-3 


101 .9 


-22 


50 


36.3 


26.5 


37 


22.0 


20.2 


-7 


22.7 


16-1 


25 


20.2 


19-0 


25 


16.1 


10.1 


10 


29-1 


25.0 


15 


5-5 


5.0 


2 


51 


9.3 


8.2 


13 


10-2 


7.6 


30 


9.3 


5-5 


69 


5.7 


5-3 


8 


0.7 


3-0 


38 


7-8 


8.0 


-3 


2-0 


2.0 


20 


52 


18.2 


13.0 


00 


16.0 


10.7 


9 


13.7 


10-5 


30 


12.9 


10-2 


26 


7.0 


6-1 


21 


20-1 


19-8 


2 


3.2 


1 .6 


100 


53 


11.1 


8-e 


26 


8. ? 


5.6 


55 


9.2 


6-3 


06 


1 1 .6 


8-2 


01 


6.1 


0.2 


05 


10.6 


9.6 


52 


3-0 


1.9 


58 


50 


16.14 


12.7 


29 


9.6 


6.0 


50 


9.0 


6-0 


13 


11.1 


9-2 


21 


7-6 


6.6 


15 


9-0 


6-6 


32 


0-7 


3.5 


30 


55 


50.5 


01.5 


22 


33.5 


30.5 


10 


30.8 


25-6 


20 


35.5 


27-0 


31 


23.5 


17.3 


36 


05-2 


00-0 


3 


13-0 


10.3 


-9 


56 


11.0 


8.9 


20 


11.6 


10.2 


10 


7.3 


7-0 





13.3 


10 -9 


22 


7.2 


5.7 


26 


20.1 


16-3 


23 


0.2 


5.2 


-19 


57 


11 -9 


9.7 


23 


10.0 


13.0 


8 


9.3 


9-0 


-1 


10.7 


11.5 


26 


5-0 


0-6 


17 


16.5 


18.1 


2 


1-9 


1 .8 


6 


58 


27.5 


20.1 


10 


39.5 


36.7 


8 


23.8 


26.0 


-8 


37-9 


30.5 


20 


18-0 


15-0 


17 


50-6 


05.0 


20 


10.6 


9.7 


9 


59 


10.9 


(NA) 


(NA) 


17.7 


(NA) 


(NA) 


12.6 


(NA) 


(N,l) 


17.0 


(NA) 


(NA) 


6-8 


(NA) 


(NA) 


29- 1 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2- 1 


(NA) 


(NA) 


60 


63.5 


53.0 


20 


80.3 


70.3 


8 


52.1 


55.7 


-6 


103.0 


99.8 


3 


07.6 


39-9 


19 


58.2 


56.8 


2 


06.6 


00.0 


6 


61 


632.6 


507.2 


25 


1 570.1 


1 531.6 


3 


800.5 


803-5 


5 


1 892.1 


1 631-7 


16 


005.0 


381 .9 


17 


1 713-0 


1 592.0 


8 


017-3 


36 3.7 


15 


62 


152. U 


117.7 


29 


200.8 


167.5 


7 


106-7 


109-1 


-2 


225-1 


190.0 


18 


76.3 


62-8 


21 


209.8 


228.1 


10 


75.9 


85. 1 


-1 I 


63 


17.8 


16.7 


7 


10.0 


10.0 


_ 


10.5 


16.8 


-10 


15-3 


11.9 


29 


9.3 


7-5 


20 


19.5 


17-2 


13 


2-5 


i-i 


-20 


60 


39.5 


30.1 


16 


09.7 


00.0 


13 


36.8 


30.0 


8 


06.1 


39.3 


17 


23.7 


20-5 


16 


58.3 


50-2 


8 


10-6 


6.6 


61 


65 


12.0 


(^A) 


(NA) 


18.0 


(NA) 


(NA) 


8.5 


(NA) 


(NA) 


12-9 


(NA) 


(NA) 


0.7 


(NA) 


(NA) 


17.0 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2.0 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(66 


11.6 


11.3 


3 


9.0 


9.7 


-7 


5.5 


7.6 


-26 


7.9 


6.1 


30 


5-2 


0.3 


21 


9-6 


11.5 


-17 


1-6 


.7 


129 


67 


11.0 


8.7 


26 


10.7 


8.8 


22 


8.0 


7.6 


11 


8.0 


r ■'•^ 


-15 


10-7 


5.0 


90 


13.8 


10.7 


29 


2.0 


1 .1 


82 


68 


60.0 


!• 06. B 


"•37 


59.3 


''02.0 


r ^o 


38.0 


r 30.9 


r 9 


50-7 


%3.3 


"^17 


23.0 


23.5 


- 


05.8 


'•39.0 


'• 17 


10.8 


10.5 


01 


69 


U8.8 


38.1 


28 


38.1 


32.3 


18 


37.5 


33.6 


12 


57.2 


07.9 


19 


20.8 


19.9 


25 


09-0 


00.9 


20 


15.9 


6.7 


137 


70 


33.7 


22.0 


50 


20.8 


17.7 


18 


20.0 


19.9 


21 


28-9 


19.1 


51 


18.5 


12.8 


05 


00.0 


30.7 


03 


10.0 


16.7 


-00 


71 


120-1 


92.8 


29 


122.5 


120.9 


1 


89.3 


95.9 


-7 


106-1 


113.8 


28 


09.9 


38.9 


28 


150.3 


130.5 


12 


88.0 


71.0 


23 


72 


18.1 


12.8 


00 


11.0 


12.7 


-13 


10.8 


12.5 


18 


12-5 


9.7 


29 


10.1 


7.3 


38 


16.9 


13.6 


20 


2.5 


1 .1 


127 


73 


33.8 


26.8 


26 


17.9 


18.1 


-1 


20.0 


20.8 


17 


33.8 


27.9 


21 


10.9 


12.0 


20 


35.6 


32.0 


11 


15-0 


11 .0 


00 


70 


321.0 


252.0 


27 


391 .0 


35U.8 


10 


252.7 


220.6 


13 


523.1 


008.0 


17 


186.0 


153.8 


21 


570.6 


510.0 


12 


200-0 


280.0 


-29 


75 



1-72 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 10. 



Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 



1 

E 


Standard metropolitan statistical area 


Retail trade, total 




Lumber, building mate- 
rials, hardware, farm 
equipment dealers 


General merchandise 
group stores 


Food stores 




Automotive dealers 




Sales 
($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963' 


Sales 
($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963' 


Sales 
($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963' 


Sales 
($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change, 

1958 to 

1963' 


Sales 
($1,000,000) 


Percent 

change. 

1958 to 

1963' 




1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 






1 132.9 

86.0 

2 378.2 
126.3 
219. f 

1 279.3 

I 100. e 

114.6 
134.3 
187.2 

246.8 
362.5 
194.7 
664.6 
238.9 

1 137.5 
351.9 

1 075.6 
258.1 
127.2 

2 847.5 
668.1 

95.9 

807.1 

1 299.7 

1 408.4 
4 511.3 


733.3 

64.6 

2 638.3 

99.0 

187.0 

1 038.5 
903.2 

92.2 

119.7 

n53.2 

185.1 
300.0 
132.6 
542.0 
192.0 

913.2 
274.9 
761.7 
212.4 
116.0 

2 427.5 
497.5 

81.7 
703.1 
913.5 

1 131.9 

3 439.6 
732.6 
206.9 
191.7 

256.8 

1 444.0 
296.1 
162.8 
120.3 

311.3 
'"546.5 
204.9 
15B.3 
143.9 

574.1 
265.1 
160.8 
300.9 
657,7 

332.9 
918.7 
193.8 
96.8 
724.0 

169.3 

361.3 

289.1 

^499.3 

82.5 

98.2 
363.0 
199.4 
167.5 

2 501.9 

206.0 
144.8 
321.1 
207.0 
476.8 

163.4 

365.0 
497.6 
193.7 
366.9 

315.1 
555.4 


54 
33 
9 
28 
17 

23 
22 
24 
12 
"■22 

33 

21 
47 
23 
24 

2b 
28 
41 
22 
10 

17 
34 
17 

15 
42 

24 
31 

67 
77 
14 

8 
21 
12 
12 
15 

^26 
'•7 
19 
24 
22 

20 
26 
8 
29 
20 

24 

11 
19 
16 

16 
22 

'17 
29 

22 
18 
38 
12 
3b 

26 

14 

33 

7 

9 

6 

4 

27 

27 

24 

20 
12 


57.8 
7.1 

119.8 
6.6 
7.8 

51.6 

42.3 

7.1 

6.6 

10.3 

14.9 
15.2 
8.3 
28.2 
12.6 

53.0 


b3.2 

i.i 

138.0 

5.1 

7.4 

54.7 

48.7 

6.1 

8.1 

12.7 

11.6 
18.8 
4.9 
20.3 
11.2 

51 _p 


9 

29 

-13 

29 

6 

-6 
-13 

16 
-19 
-19 

28 
-19 
69 
39 
13 

4 

4 

-3 

-6 

-10 

8 
7 

24 

18 

-21 

4 

19 

-1 

-19 

16 
24 
-5 
16 
3 

-8 

^•-24 

41 

5 

7 

-5 

1 

-26 

2 

-5 

28 

-37 

-8 

38 

-13 

5 
23 
13 

-16 

28 

13 

35 

-14 

6 

1 
-24 
-21 
-17 
-28 

-16 
-1 
-3 

24 
28 

18 
-24 


157.1 

10.7 

458.0 
18.3 
32.4 

217.0 

145.7 

13.9 

17.2 

30.7 

30.7 
48.0 
23.1 


64.1 

7.0 

386.8 

12.7 

22.2 

'■16b. 

96.0 
12.5 
14.7 
14.1 

28.0 
30.7 
15.4 


145 
53 
18 
44 
46 

'32 
52 
11 
17 

118 

10 
56 
50 
24 
35 

40 
33 
66 
45 
22 

31 
20 
35 
38 
75 

'50 
102 
235 

24 

27 
23 
36 
19 

15 

50 
21 

56 

7 

41 

63 
53 

24 
27 

44 
36 
19 
33 
43 

19 
48 
62 
'34 
29 

106 
37 
71 
21 
63 

52 
24 
48 
16 
17 

'9 
2 
69 
36 
46 

31 
20 


240.8 
20.6 

771.0 
32.6 
56.5 

260.9 

276.2 

27.2 

34.9 

44.2 

51.9 
B1.3 
45.5 
135.3 
50.7 

261.4 
78.5 

257.6 
60. b 
29. b 

696.7 
148.0 
20.3 
179.3 
299.8 

295.0 
1 070.5 

265.8 
78.3 
49.0 

72.3 
416.7 
76.4 
41.7 
24.4 

'81.9 
84.7 
48.9 
3b. 6 
41. b 

168.6 
84.4 
b3.7 
90.9 

203.0 

87.2 

262.4 

49.0 

26.5 

202.4 

43.1 
89.5 
87.8 
132.4 
28.4 

30.6 

107.6 

62.7 

44.2 

722.9 

70.6 
34.0 

100.9 
59.6 

111.4 

33.7 
103.1 
143.5 

55.2 

112.8 

81.5 
162.1 


164.2 
16.8 

751.4 
25.0 
47.2 

'231.1 

234.9 

22.0 

30.4 

'41.6 

41.9 
72.0 
28.7 
123.2 
44.1 

218.4 
66.2 

194.6 
52.0 
28.5 

629.2 
116.9 

ie.9 

176.9 
241.0 

269.0 

860.9 

179.8 

45.4 

44.4 

77.1 
363.8 
67.2 
35.9 
23.2 

69.1 
'79.4 
48.4 
30.5 
37.6 

151.3 
68.2 
46.7 
70.5 

166.5 

87.9 

203.1 

13.3 

23.5 

197.9 

39.5 
87.2 
70.7 
'122.5 
22.1 

27.4 
92.0 
51.5 
39.8 
598.4 

58.6 
32.9 
73.8 
56.2 
108.2 

52.3 

103.7 

120.8 

42.1 

94.7 

69.0 
151.3 


47 

23 

3 
30 
20 

'13 
18 
24 
15 
'6 

24 
13 
59 
10 
lb 

20 
19 
32 
16 
4 

11 
27 

7 

1 

24 

10 
24 
48 
72 
10 

-6 
lb 
14 
16 
5 

'19 

'7 

1 

17 

10 

11 
24 
15 
29 
22 

-1 
29 
13 
13 
2 

9 

3 

24 

'8 

29 

12 
17 
22 
11 
21 

20 
3 

37 
6 

3 

4 
-1 
19 
31 
19 

IB 

7 


245.2 
17.0 

494.1 
20.8 
41.1 

270.6 

181.1 

21.6 

28.0 

31.3 

51.1 
70.2 
35.7 
131.2 
44.5 

238. 9 
69.5 

213.6 
52.8 
21.2 

527.5 
139.1 
20.9 
166.1 
246.7 

278.2 

794.4 

233.6 

68.8 

44.5 

44.0 
289.5 
70.1 
28.6 
77.1 

81.4 
7C.8 
40. 1 
43,6 
37.8 

123.1 
56.4 
28.8 
73.4 

153.0 

79.9 

250.3 

45.0 

23.1 

161. b 

38.4 
71.9 
83.8 
121.3 
22.9 

22.6 
77.1 
60. b 
40.3 
606.6 

47.7 
34.4 
Sb.O 
37.3 
132.0 

46.4 
58.9 
113.5 
50.7 
83.5 

71.5 
Ub.l 


Ibl.O 
10.1 

377.4 
15.3 
29.4 

175.4 

129.2 

16.7 

23.8 

24.0 

33.4 
53.0 
19.9 
86.4 
31.7 

159.8 

43.7 

133.3 

41.9 
17.0 

369.2 

92.9 

16.0 

142.6 

148.5 

203.3 

512.2 

114.7 

33.1 

31.6 

36.9 

188.8 

57.2 

(D) 

21.0 

'b9.8 
27.4 
28.6 
26.0 

78.4 
37.3 
23.1 
49.5 
114.6 

52.1 

171.4 

37.7 

18.5 

111.2 

25.4 
50.2 
46.6 
'96.9 
15.0 

17.8 
57.6 
36.6 
33.6 
361.6 

31.5 
25.1 
55.2 
31.1 

94.6 

39.9 
51.9 
76.4 
33.5 

55.0 

60.2 
84.9 


62 

68 
31 
36 

40 

54 
40 
29 
18 
30 

53 
32 

79 
52 

40 

49 
59 
60 
26 
25 

43 
50 
31 
16 

66 

37 

55 

104 

108 

41 

19 
53 
23 
(D) 
29 

56 
'18 
46 
52 
45 

57 
51 
2b 
46 
34 

53 

46 
19 
25 
45 

51 
43 
80 
'25 
53 

27 
33 

65 
20 
59 

51 

37 
b4 
20 
40 

16 
13 
45 
51 
52 

19 
36 


2 


PINE BLUFF, ARK 


3 


PITTSBURGHi PA 






5 




6 




7 

e 


PROVIOENCE-PAWTUCKET-WARvVICK, R.I. -MASS. 


9 


PUEHLO, COLO 


10 


RACINE, WIS 


11 


RALEIGH, N.C 


12 




13 


RENO, NEV 


lU 








15 


ROANOKE, VA 


33.6 ' 24.8 

152.4 108.5 

40.3 30.4 
135.9 ; 82.1 

32.0 1 22.0 

18.7 1 lb. 3 

446.3 340.9 

82.4 1 68.6 
13.4 1 9.9 

141.4 1 102.2 
134.2 ! 76.7 

229.8 115-7 


16 


ROCHESTER, N.Y 


17 


ROCKFORD, ILL 


26.0 25.1 

53.3 54.7 

19.0 1 20.2 

7.8 I 8.7 

140.6 130.3 


18 


SACRAMENTO, CALIF 


19 


SAGINAW, r^ICH 


20 


ST. JOSEPH, yo 


21 


ST. LOUIS, ^■0.-IlL 


22 




23 


SAN ANCELO, TEX 


6.8 
33.2 

79.9 

57.7 

137.0 

65.4 

22.5 

9 2 


5.5 
33.3 

68.0 

72.8 
131.3 
55.1 
22.7 
1 1 3 


2K 




2b 
26 


SAN BERNAROINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTAR ID, CALIF. 
SAN DIEGO, CALIF 


27 
28 


SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND, CALIF 


^22.3 

163.0 

29. b 

2b. 6 

40. b 

252.9 

39.9 

31.9 


414.3 

90.6 

8.8 

20.6 

31.8 

205.6 

29.4 

26.9 


29 




366.4 

217.7 

278.3 
1 747.8 
332.9 
181.7 
138.0 

'391.7 
370.2 
244.2 
196.8 
175.3 

690. 1 
332.9 
174.3 
3S7.3 
786.7 

413.8 
1 152.4 
256.7 
115.4 
837. 5 

196.0 
439.4 
399.5 
583.3 
106.3 

119.4 
430.1 
275.5 
188.3 
3 366.9 

2 59.7 

165.6 

428.3 

222.2 

521.4 

173.6 
378.8 
631.9 
245.8 
456.7 

377.4 
619.7 


30 




31 




10.1 j 3.7 
89. 71.6 


32 


SEATTLE-EVERETT, WASH 


33 




19.2 
16.4 
It. 3 

23.8 
14.2 
22.2 
15.6 
13.9 

30.1 
18.7 
8.0 
24.8 
36.6 

18.4 
41.4 
13.5 

e.o 

42.0 

13.6 
21.8 
22.9 
33.6 
3.1 

7.7 

24.9 

16.1 

8.9 

102.6 

12.9 

10.2 
17.7 
11.0 
26.3 

8.2 
16.8 
26.7 
14.7 
32.5 

22.2 

25.7 


20.3 
13.3 
13.9 

25.9 
''18.7 
15.7 
14.8 
13.0 

31.8 
18.5 
10.8 
24.4 
38.7 

14.4 
65.7 
14.6 
b.« 
48.1 

13.0 
17.7 
20.3 
'"35.3 
3.7 

6.0 
22.1 
11.9 
10.4 
96.6 

12.8 
13.5 
22.5 
13.3 

36.7 

9.6 
17.0 
27.6 
11.9 
25.3 

18.8 
33.8 


3"! 


SIOUX CITY, lOWA-NEBR 


35 
36 


SIOUX FALLS, S.DAK 

SOUTH BEND, IND 


17.5 
57.2 


15.2 
38. 1 


37 




64. b 1 53.5 
30.0 1 19.2 
24.0 22.5 
18.8 13.3 


38 


SPRINGFIELD, ILL 


39 




40 


SPRINGFIELD, OHIO 


11 
12 


SPRINGFIELD-CHICOPEE-HOLYOKE, r'ASS.-CONN. 


97.9 
33.9 
22.5 
31.9 
97.2 

64.5 

175.8 

32.1 

16.0 

127.9 

25.4 
b9.1 
47.9 
8b. 2 
11.9 

16.1 
b2.2 
28.9 
28. b 
517.1 

21.8 
21.8 
43.5 
30.7 
62.4 

IB. 9 
47.5 
93.9 
36.6 
47.9 

43.9 
100.4 


59.9 
22.1 
22.4 
25.8 
76.7 

44.7 
129.5 
27.0 
12.0 
89.7 

21.3 

39.8 

29.5 

'■63.7 

9.2 

7.8 

38.0 

16.9 

23.5 

317.3 

14.3 
17.6 
29.3 
26.5 
53.3 

'17.4 
46.6 
55.4 
27.0 
32.8 

33.4 
83.6 


"13 


STEUBENVILLE-WE JRION. OMIO-W. VA. . . . 


U5 




U6 


TACOMA, WASH 


H7 
48 


TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG, FLA 

TERRE HAUTE, IND 


49 


TEXARKANA, TEX. -ARK 


50 


TOLEDO, OHIO-KICH 






52 


TRENTON, N.J 


53 


TUCSON, ARIZ 


54 




55 


TUSCALOOSA, ALA 


56 


TYLER, TEX 


57 




58 


VALLEJO-NAPA, CALIF 


59 




60 
61 


WASHINGTON, D.C.-fD.-VA 


62 


WATERLOO, IOWA 


63 




64 


WHEELING, W. VA.-OHIO 


65 




66 




67 
68 
69 


WILKES-GARRE-HAZLETON, PA 

WILMINGTON, DEL. -N.J. -MO 

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C 


70 




71 


YORK, PA 


72 


YOUNGSTOWN-WARREN, OHIO 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. Revised. 
"Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in Ihis table. 
'Minus sign (•) before a number denotes decrease. 



AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-73 



by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 



Gasoline sen/Ice stations 


Apparel, accessory stores 


Furniture, home furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating. 


drinking places 


Drug stores, 
P'oprietary stores 


OIhe 


r retail stores 


Nonstore retailers' 


1 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


Sales 


Percent 


($1,000,000) 


change, 

1958 10 

19631 


($1,000,000) 


change, 

1958 to 

1963^ 


($1,000,000) 


change, 

1958 to 

1963' 


($1,000,0001 


change. 


($1,000,000) 


change, 


($1,000,000) 


change. 


($1,000,000) 


change, 


<u 


1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1963 


1958 


1958 to 
1963^ 


1963 


1958 


1958 to 
19631 


1963 


1958 


1958 to 
1963' 


1963 


1958 


1958 to 
1963 ■• 




96.1 


55.5 


73 


11. B 


10.8 " 


1? 


53.1 


16.1 


11 


95.3 


61.0 


56 


19.5 


32.1 


53 


76.7 


52.5 


16 


16.6 


12.2 


36 


1 


7.5 


6.3 


19 


1.5 


1.5 


- 


1.5 


3.6 


25 


3.6 


2.8 


29 


2.6 


1.6 


63 


7.2 


5.1 


33 


.7 


.9 


-2? 


2 


190.5 


161.1 


18 


162.7 


166.1 


-2 


121.7 


136.6 


-11 


222.7 


206.1 


8 


99.9 


93.0 


7 


179.7 


172.7 


1 


58.3 


18.6 


20 


3 


8.B 


5.3 


66 


7.3 


6.9 


6 


6.0 


5.9 


2 


8.5 


6.B 


25 


3.2 


2.8 


11 


11.9 


11.6 


3 


2.2 


1.6 


38 


1 


11.5 


(C) 


(n; 


11.3 


11.7 


-23 


7.5 


(0) 


(D) 


12. n 


8.9 


35 


5.1 


5.9 


-7 


29.0 


31.1 


-8 


5.2 


1.3 


20 


5 


79. "1 


68.1 


17 


59.0 


50.5 


17 


56.5 


17.7 


18 


102.0 


78.2 


30 


36.5 


28.8 


27 


109. 1 


93.6 


17 


36.6 


15.1 


-19 


6 


62. U 


51.5 


21 


78.? 


70.5 


11 


16.1 


11.0 


13 


80. 6 


68.1 


IB 


11.7 


32. B 


27 


109.9 


105.1 




36.2 


21.8 


16 


7 


12.5 


9.9 


26 


6.2 


3.9 


59 


5.6 


1.2 


33 


6.1 


1.8 


33 


5.1 


3.8 


12 


7.5 


7.5 


- 


1.3 


.6 


117 


8 


10.? 


8.5 


21 


7.0 


6.7 


1 


7.2 


6.3 


11 


9.1 


8.8 


7 


6.0 


1.1 


16 


7.2 


7.5 


-1 




.9 


-11 


9 


12.7 


10.9 


17 


8.5 


8.0 


6 


9.8 


10.5 


-7 


11.1 


12.0 


20 


6.0 


5.1 


18 


15.7 


11.9 


32 


3!7 


2.1 


51 


10 


22. B 


11.7 


55 


11.6 


11.1 


28 


11.9 


9.0 


32 


13.5 


9.6 


11 


B.O 


6.1 


31 


20.9 


16.1 


27 


6.6 


3.0 


120 


11 


21.8 


16.3 


31 


20. J 


18.2 


12 


18.8 


17.0 


11 


29.1 


23.6 


23 


7.3 


6.7 


9 


10.6 


32.7 


21 


10.1 


11.0 


-8 


12 


16.9 


12.1 


35 


11.7 


8,7 


31 


10.0 


6.9 


15 


17.1 


13.1 


30 


11.1 


10. s 


6 


13.1 


10.5 


26 


1.1 


.9 


56 


13 


16.8 


38.5 


22 


17.0 


(0) 


(D) 


27.1 


23.1 


16 


10.6 


35.3 


15 


30.5 


22.9 


33 


53.9 


59.5 


-9 


12.1 


(0) 


(D) 


11 


16.3 


13.5 


21 


17.7 


13.7 


29 


11.9 


10.9 


9 


13.1 


11.3 


19 


11.1 


7.2 


51 


18.2 


19.3 


-6 


9.0 


5.1 


76 


15 


59.1 


16.1 


27 


62.1 


56.6 


10 


51.1 


10.1 


27 


78.0 


61.9 


26 


35.1 


28.6 


23 


■■82.6 


(p; 


(t;) 


50.5 


(D) 


(D) 


16 


30.2 


20.3 


19 


10.1 


17.2 


5 


17.1 


13.7 


25 


28.3 


22.0 


29 


13.0 


9.9 


31 


21. B 


21.1 


16 


6.1 


5.1 


13 


17 


82.3 


57.2 


11 


51.8 


37.5 


16 


65.2 


19.6 


31 


86.3 


60.7 


12 


53.1 


28. 7 


85 


62.5 


55.3 


13 


11.0 


e.o 


36 


16 


18.5 


11.8 


25 


16.2 11.0 


16 


11.2 


12.1 


15 


17.7 


13.7 


29 


9.3 


7.9 


18 


12.1 


10.8 


15 


5.1 


2.9 


66 


19 


8.9 


7.1 


20 


fl.3 


8.1 


-1 


6.6 


5.7 


16 


8.0 


7.7 


1 


6.1 


5.9 


3 


10.1 


10.2 


2 


1.6 


1.3 


23 


20 


208.1 


!B0.9 


15 


137.n 


118.6 


-a 


128.3 


123.7 


1 


221.9 


195.9 


13 


110.5 


90.9 


22 


171.5 


167.9 


1 


56.1 


50.0 


12 


21 


18. 9 


38.0 


29 


30.8 


21.8 


11 


17.1 


28.3 


66 


10.2 


29.2 


36 


11.7 


21.1 


71 


38.6 


33.9 


11 


11.3 


e.9 


61 


22 


7.1) 


6.6 


12 


5.1 


1.6 


11 


3.7 


1.1 


-16 


5.2 


1.7 


11 


3.3 


2.7 


22 


8.7 


7.9 


10 


1.2 


.7 


71 


23 


55.8 


19.8 


12 


51.9 


11.9 


21 


32.8 


29.6 


11 


56.7 


16.6 


22 


25.1 


21.2 


20 


51.0 


16.9 


9 


13.5 


12.1 


12 


21 


130.7 


97.2 


31 


59.3 


11.1 


11 


77.6 


52.7 


17 


102.1 


73.2 


10 


12.2 


29.0 


16 


101.1 


71.2 


10 


22.7 


12.0 


89 


25 


105.2 


BO. 7 


30 


75.1 


68.7 


10 


70.7 


77.7 


-9 


116.6 


91.1 


28 


52.5 


10.2 


31 


102.5 


93.3 


10 


21.6 


19.7 


25 


26 


28U.2 


220.3 


?9 


303.9 


211.7 


21 


r 235.2 


209.1 


■• 12 


160.6 


366.5 


26 


"■160.1 


116.7 


'■37 


336.1 


276.8 


22 


71.6 


86.8 


-11 


27 


85. n 


57.1 


19 


79.5 


17.5 


67 


73.7 


15.3 


63 


83.1 


51.1 


63 


18.1 


25.2 


91 


88.3 


58.0 


52 


19.0 


6.1 


135 


28 


31.6 


18.8 


68 


22.1 


15.8 


12 


33.2 


15.9 


109 


32.1 


17.1 


81 


15.2 


7.7 


97 


27.6 


16.0 


53 


5.1 


3.3 


55 


29 


20.7 


11.7 


11 


.17.5 


19.7 


-11 


12.7 


11.0 


15 


10. e 


10.8 


15 


7.2 


6.7 


7 


16.0 


17.0 


-6 


2.9 


1.0 


-28 


30 


15.1 


13.2 


11 


20.9 


1B.1 


11 


11.3 


12.7 


-11 


19.1 


19.9 


-3 


7.2 


7.0 


3 


?5.7 


25.5 


1 


11.7 


5.6 


109 


31 


117.1 


92.7 


26 


81. 2 


65.6 


2" 


71.5 


69.6 


7 


111.7 


115.6 


23 


69.1 


19.3 


11 


166.0 


155.2 


7 


19.9 


66.2 


-25 


32 


21.3 


21.6 


13 


27.2 


28.5 


-5 


18.2 


17.6 


3 


16.7 


16.9 


-1 


11.7 


10.5 


11 


22.1 


21.5 


3 


7.1 


5.2 


37 


33 


12. '1 


11. 1 


12 


9.3 


(D) 


(D) 


7.3 


7.1 


-1 


13.9 


11.5 


21 


5.7 


5.7 




11.3 


13.0 


10 


1.2 


(0) 


(D) 


31 


9.7 


9.6 


1 


8.3 


6.1 


30 


5.9 


5.7 


1 


9.7 


8.0 


21 


8.1 


5.9 


12 


n.6 


10.1 


5 


1.9 


1.5 


27 


35 


30. B 


21.2 


27 


23.1 


20.0 


16 


17.1 


18.5 


16 


29.3 


22.5 


30 


11.1 


11. 


28 


25.1 


21.1 


1 


7.3 


5.5 


^ 33 


36 


26.1 


22.6 


17 


16.0 


17.1 


-6 


17.2 


17.1 


1 


23.1 


'-18.9 


=■22 


13.6 


13.6 


- 


33.5 


31.6 


-3 


6.2 


■"11.3 


■^-15 


37 


19.7 


17.5 


13 


16.3 


!5.5 


5 


12.1 


12.1 


2 


23.9 


19.7 


21 


9.5 


7.1 


28 


16.3 


11.7 


11 


1.8 


7.1 


-35 


38 


15.1 


12.1 


21 


11.8 


9.5 


21 


8.1 


8.1 


_ 


11.5 


8.0 


11 


13.2 


7.6 


71 


15.5 


11.5 


7 


2,3 


1.5 


53 


39 


1«.8 


10.8 


37 


e.i 


7.7 


5 


7.2 


7.7 


-6 


11.2 


9.3 


20 


5.7 


1.7 


21 


11.3 


12.1 


18 


2.0 


l.P 


11 


10 


37.5 


31.7 


18 


37.7 


13.5 


-13 


30.2 


29.7 


2 


51.1 


39.1 


30 


21.3 


22.6 


8 


70.1 


68.1 


3 


19.2 


17.3 


11 


11 


19.8 


15.1 


29 


21.0 


20.1 


19 


17.1 


15.2 


11 


19.5 


15.7 


21 


9.0 


8.1 


7 


11.3 


10.6 


9 


5.1 


3.7 


16 


12 


13.2 


12.3 


7 


8.1 


8.1 


1 


8.5 


8.9 


-1 


12.1 


12.3 


-2 


6.3 


1.9 


29 


9.3 


9.7 


-1 


3.1 


1 .5 


127 


13 


29.6 


22.1 


31 


25.6 


17.8 


11 


19.8 


17.5 


13 


33.6 


27.6 


22 


:i.i 


9.1 


50 


38.7 


31.2 


21 


1.9 


5.2 


-6 


11 


a6.B 


38.2 


23 


16.8 


11.6 


13 


32.9 


28.9 


11 


65.1 


57.9 


12 


26.0 


21.2 


23 


61.3 


58.5 


5 


le.o 


11.9 


21 


15 


31.6 


21.3 


30 


16.5 


16.1 


2 


25.0 


17.1 


11 


30.1 


21.2 


26 


11.7 


11.6 


27 


39.6 


36.0 


10 


6.1 


1.2 


15 


16 


85.9 


62.1 


38 


19.1 


17.7 


1 


50.0 


52.0 


-1 


89.3 


69.2 


29 


17.9 


32.1 


18 


85.5 


71.6 


19 


11.6 


13.6 


7 


17 


18.3 


15.5 


18 


8.2 


6.6 


21 


8.8 


9.9 


-11 


16.0 


11.1 


11 


8.7 


7.2 


21 


17.7 


(D) 


(0) 


39.5 


(0) 


(C) 


18 


9.6 


8.1 


19 


6.8 


5.3 


28 


1.9 


3.6 


36 


5.3 


1.9 


8 


3.8 


(0) 


(D) 


10.5 


11.5 


-9 


.9 


(n) 


(a) 


19 


68.2 


56.8 


20 


31.0 


33.6 


1 


33.6 


35.8 


-6 


73.1 


62.1 


17 


31.7 


27.1 


17 


17.6 


51.2 


-7 


15.6 


10.3 


51 


50 


16.2 


11.5 


12 


11.6 


10.5 


10 


11.0 


11.6 


-5 


11.1 


9.1 


21 


9.1 


(D) 


(D) 


13.5 


11.7 


-8 


2.1 


(0) 


IDl 


51 


26.7 


20.7 


29 


28.9 


sa.1 


2 


26.3 


21.5 


22 


38.7 


33.3 


16 


13.1 


8.9 


51 


51.6 


13.1 


27 


8.7 


10.1 


-16 


52 


32.7 


^25.5 


r28 


21.3 


rl9.7 


r 8 


21.2 


rl8.9 


12 


30.6 


22.1 


37 


21.1 


13.1 


57 


27.0 


17.6 


53 


3.1 


1.5 


-31 


53 


17.6 


13.3 


"^10 


35.7 


31.1 


15 


29.2 


21.2 


=■21 


33.3 


"-27.5 


>■ 21 


18.9 


>■ 19.5 


"-Z 


35.7 


10) 


ID) 


10.1 


IDl 


ID) 


51 


7.9 


7.7 


3 


7.6 


6.5 


J7 


5.6 


5.1 


10 


5.B 


3.7 


57 


3.9 


3.2 


22 


P. 2 


6.1 


31 


1.0 


.2 


100 


55 


9.9 


7.2 


38 


9.3 


9.6 


-3 


5.1 


6.7 


-21 


33.6 


2.7 


33 


5.0 


3.8 


32 


8.1 


B.O 


5 


1.2 


1.1 


9 


56 


26.7 


21.9 


22 


22.7 


23.3 


-3 


16.5 


17.5 


-6 


33.0 


28.6 


15 


13.0 


10.1 


25 


15.1 


11.9 


8 


11.1 


9.1 


18 


57 


21.1 


19.0 


27 


13.7 


9.9 


38 


11.1 


12.2 


16 


25.3 


18.0 


11 


8.3 


6.6 


26 


17.2 


15.3 


12 


1.7 


1.5 


213 


56 


12.8 


12.2 


5 


7.2 


7.0 


3 


9.9 


9.0 


10 


12.8 


10.5 


22 


7.2 


5.5 


31 


15.3 


11.1 


9 


1.3 


1.9 


-32 


59 


201.2 


159.0 


28 


203.2 


J79.1 


13 


150.2 


135.8 


11 


285.9 


198.1 


11 


181.7 


121.9 


15 


327.1 


263.1 


21 


65.2 


17.7 


37 


60 


15.6 


9.9 


58 


19.0 


17.0 


12 


13.9 


12.9 


8 


18.2 


15.1 


18 


8.3 


7,1 


12 


25.8 


21. B 


18 


6.1 


1.3 


12 


61 


13.1 


10.6 


26 


8.6 


8.5 


1 


8.1 


7.2 


17 


9.7 


8.8 


10 


6.1 


1.1 


15 


15.6 


13.8 


13 


3.1 


2.5 


21 


62 


27.2 


21.6 


26 


27. B 


23.2 


20 


25. B 


19.9 


30 


32.3 


26.5 


22 


15.3 


10.0 


53 


17.0 


31.1 


37 


5.7 


1.8 


19 


63 


16.1 


11.1 


11 


12.3 


13.0 


-5 


13.3 


12.6 


6 


16.2 


15. P 


3 


6.9 


5.7 


21 


11.3 


11.6 


-2 


1.3 


1.0 


8 


61 


13.1 


10.3 


8 


26.7 


27.7 


-1 


22.2 


21.1 


-B 


29.9 


26.1 


13 


18.6 


18.2 


3 


37.3 


37.1 


1 


11.2 


10.3 


9 


65 


11.7 


12.1 


19 


11.3 


(0) 


(D) 


7.6 


6.8 


12 


10.1 


8.6 


17 


6.5 


(D) 


(0) 


11.9 


(D) 


^) 


1.1 


(0) 


(0) 


66 


23.1 


20.7 


13 


31.5 


28.6 


10 


18.1 


IB. 2 


! 


29.3 


27.2 


8 


10.7 


8.3 


29 


3n.6 


31.6 


-12 


8.6 


B.3 


1 


67 


19.5 


38.9 


27 


31.1 


29.2 


7 


32.8 


28.6 


15 


12.2 


35.1 


19 


19.8 


15.8 


25 


70.1 


(0) 


(D) 


8.6 


(D) 


(0) 


68 


15.9 


13.5 


18 


18.7 


15.0 


25 


12.9 


12. fl 


1 


11.7 


10. 1 


16 


6.B 


6.9 


-1 


16.1 


17.6 


-9 


3.5 


3.2 


9 


69 


27.1 


22.1 


21 


32.7 


31.2 


5 


ie.1 


17.7 


1 


32.0 


27.6 


16 


13.5 


11.7 


15 


13.8 


11.9 


5 


12.6 


6.8 


85 


70 


27.6 


20.3 


36 


20.9 


19.0 


10 


17.7 


23.6 


-25 


26.0 


19.5 


33 


8.7 


6.2 


10 


13.5 


33.0 


32 


13.7 


12.0 


11 


71 


52.6 


12.1 


21 


28.6 


30.2 


-5 


21.3 


27.8 


-13 


12.0 


36.2 


16 


21.2 


17.5 


21 


33.1 


31.8 


-1 


11.3 


12.8 


12 


72 



1-74 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 11 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Central Cities Ranked by 

Volume of Sales and by Population: 1963 



standard metropolitan statistical area 







Entire SMSA 








Central cities 




Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 


Sales 


Population 


Per 




Amount 




Number of 


Rank 


Amount 


Rank 


Number of 


capita 
sales 




($1,000) 




inhabitants 


(dollars) 




($1,000) 




inhabitants 


(dollars) 


(x) 


169 SIC 056 


(xl 


115 877 599 


1 065 


(x) 


97 080 702 


(xl 


58 622 208 


1 656 


(xl 


69.5 


fxl 


60.6 


- 


(x) 


- 


ix\ 


52.7 


- 


177 


168 050 


179 


120 377 


1 396 


170 


127 987 


136 


90 568 


1 016 


16 


812 968 


07 


605 367 


1 505 


57 


021 600 


05 


290 551 


1 052 


212 


98 520 


211 


75 680 


1 502 


208 


93 908 


197 


55 890 


1 681 


U2 


915 071 


01 


657 505 


1 389 


03 


513 900 


09 


278 900 


1 805 


92 


587 008 


101 


2 62 199 


1 078 


67 


362 999 


65 


201 189 


1 800 


58 


665 110 


57 


92 168 


1 351 


62 


376 656 


59 


215 710 


1 706 


179 


167 650 


165 


157 270 


1 221 


■■206 


90 070 


167 


69 007 


1 361 


127 


266 972 


150 


109 095 


1 786 


95 


255 005 


90 


157 969 


1 837 


26 


1 062 613 


38 


705 925 


2 078 


50 


730 566 


06 


288 772 


2 500 


129 


260 792 


137 


172 000 


1 556 


155 


106 367 


171 


67 500 


2 170 


161 


193 750 


172 


130 070 


1 090 


151 


151 059 


187 


60 192 


2 510 


23 


1 618 757 


20 


1 017 188 


1 591 


18 


1 015 750 


25 


087 055 


2 080 


119 


289 276 


106 


160 880 


1 798 


158 


103 598 


188 


59 500 


2 012 


136 


209 162 


125 


216 639 


1 150 


156 


106 250 


162 


70 62 6 


2 071 


120 


280 856 


120 


212 156 


1 303 


89 


266 887 


72 


186 505 


1 031 


80 


050 822 


87 


291 980 


1 558 


100 


212 523 


193 


56 808 


5 758 


15 


2 265 607 


12 


1 727 025 


1 512 


10 


1 316 905 


7 


959 020 


1 002 


HI 


316 738 


110 


230 058 


1 577 


r ^° 


280 226 


85 


152 019 


1 865 


191 


101 897 


188 


107 002 


1 526 


"^205 


90 600 


205 


55 600 


1 765 


90 


388 252 


85 


306 016 


1 269 


82 


285 100 


75 


185 851 


1 525 


196 


135 610 


209 


79 016 


1 691 


188 


109 617 


206 


52 851 


2 070 


99 


575 858 


89 


2 85 600 


1 518 


106 


156 708 


150 


75 901 


2 060 


50 


768 891 


05 


650 860 


1 211 


r '^ 


567 165 


38 


500 887 


1 660 


187 


151 201 


197 


93 60 


1 618 


"^195 


105 600 


208 


51 977 


5 005 


7 


3 972 875 


7 


2 595 081 


1 531 


15 


1 259 952 


10 


697 197 


1 778 


72 


097 512 


70 


337 983 


1 072 


90 


258 512 


80 


156 706 


1 60 9 


150 


215 118 


155 


109 058 


1 026 


150 


155 553 


155 


72 815 


1 862 


r 198 


130 009 


151 


151 098 


863 


179 


j,118 055 


117 


105 669 


1 117 


21 


1 675 205 


15 


1 506 957 


1 282 


32 


701 585 


21 


532 759 


""1 517 


82 


058 688 


75 


300 305 


1 289 


''122 


185 520 


110 


113 651 


1 615 


153 


210 112 


166 


136 899 


1 560 


152 


170 029 


130 


92 505 


1 895 


163 


189 960 


168 


152 056 


1 030 


162 


137 503 


153 


76 877 


1 789 


157 


207 615 


105 


250 578 


973 


163 


137 169 


170 


65 925 


2 081 


liu 


507 579 


106 


252 925 


1 216 


•^116 


193 096 


102 


85 796 


2 251 


7U 


080 998 


62 


516 781 


1 515 


60 


595 178 


60 


201 560 


1 951 


95 


580 000 


90 


285 169 


1 300 


88 


2 67 199 


98 


150 009 


2 055 


3 


9 889 061 


2 


6 220 913 


1 590 


2 


5 650 959 


2 


3 550 000 


1 586 


22 


1 600 885 


16 


1 268 079 


1 301 


20 


799 708 


22 


502 550 


1 591 


11 


2 715 566 


11 


1 909 083 


1 022 


12 


1 278 100 


9 


876 050 


1 059 


155 


212 527 


158 


103 702 


1 077 


100 


167 055 


160 


70 190 


2 585 


116 


295 500 


102 


260 828 


1 125 


'■ 110 


197 583 


126 


97 033 


2 028 


108 


229 098 


121 


217 985 


1 055 


117 


191 210 


106 


116 779 


1 637 


33 


1 105 085 


55 


750 885 


1 517 


26 


790 375 


28 


071 316 


1 677 


150 


260 066 


119 


221 573 


1 192 


100 


227 003 


79 


167 690 


1 550 


17 


1 809 00 7 


22 


1 083 601 


1 669 


11 


1 288 155 


15 


679 680 


1 895 


75 


090 566 


80 


519 575 


1 536 


72 


332 133 


70 


185 509 


1 810 


59 


993 671 


35 


727 121 


1 567 


09 


070 991 


52 


262 552 


1 795 


169 


179 58B 


182 


118 257 


1 517 


105 


161 250 


152 


78 000 


2 067 


25 


1 53? 265 


26 


929 585 


1 650 


21 


857 090 


20 


095 887 


1 755 


87 


Oil 223 


99 


266 315 


1 500 


66 


363 900 


61 


208 982 


1 702 


5 


5 595 020 


5 


3 762 560 


1 055 


5 


2 505 523 


5 


1 670 100 


I 579 


206 


HI 780 


208 


80 008 


1 596 


211 


86 750 


195 


56 606 


1 533 


110 


318 C06 


95 


276 596 


1 150 


109 


203 307 


92 


100 007 


1 008 


188 


109 353 


183 


111 995 


1 330 


161 


158 152 


151 


78 502 


1 760 


96 


380 228 


83 


510 070 


1 211 


68 


560 155 


50 


276 687 


1 302 


113 


315 701 


107 


250 682 


1 251 


111 


202 627 


93 


158 000 


1 60 


126 


267 009 


105 


162 890 


1 639 


"-151 


"■ 176 538 


215 


50 977 


■■3 065 


117 


290 783 


117 


222 890 


1 305 


102 


219 556 


91 


101 505 


1 551 


181 


160 860 


160 


158 156 


1 193 


168 


152 001 


121 


99 902 


1 325 


178 


167 870 


190 


106 027 


1 585 


167 


133 326 


166 


69 596 


1 916 


202 


119 858 


202 


90 158 


1 329 


189 


109 506 


161 


70 950 


1 501 


60 


619 995 


65 


016 259 


1 090 


61 


389 690 


67 


196 900 


1 979 


61 


607 205 


75 


555 906 


1 958 


65 


360 025 


100 


118 885 


3 062 


171 


176 900 


167 


135 110 


1 510 


ISO 
'76 


117 209 


205 


52 991 


r^ ^'2 


^^102 


^^567 902 


112 


252 196 


""l 585 


■^ 510 611 


85 


161 776 


1 905 


00 


852 363 


50 


575 215 


1 087 


36 


622 981 


36 


556 268 


1 709 


67 


610 922 


70 


565 905 


1 669 


63 


370 227 


96 


153 929 


2 790 


215 


98 055 


195 


96 980 


1 015 


210 


78 090 


191 


58 088 


1 351 


182 


165 259 


162 


100 560 


1 163 


172 


120 501 


122 


99 200 


1 255 


51 


766 500 


09 


573 508 


1 336 


07 


092 997 


37 


307 687 


1 018 


60 


665 398 


59 


061 906 


1 036 


70 


322 538 


77 


177 513 


1 SI 9 


'' 200 


126 899 


212 


75 018 


1 728 


178 


119 258 


198 


55 200 


2 150 


167 


180 079 


177 


125 082 


1 003 


176 


121 170 


180 


62 888 


1 927 


100 


552 557 


109 


206 520 


1 050 


73 


328 021 


75 


181 637 


1 808 


112 


315 818 


105 


255 806 


1 227 


"■isi 


183 780 


172 


66 188 


2 777 


102 


200 085 


129 


199 076 


1 226 


■• 115 


190 387 


108 


110 069 


1 698 


69 


550 795 


68 


371 653 


1 059 


155 


173 996 


109 


79 697 


2 183 


01 


918 971 


52 


509 209 


1 673 


71 


357 259 


82 


162 178 


2 079 


65 


619 672 


55 


500 009 


1 238 


00 


507 522 


03 


290 190 


1 725 


15 


1 961 557 


17 


1 203 158 


1 578 


7 


1 616 058 


8 


938 219 


1 722 



TOTALi 217 AREAS 

PERCENT OF UNtTED STATESt 



ABILENEi TEX 

AKRONi OHIO 

ALBANV. GA 

ALBANY -SCHENECTADY -TROY. 

ALBUQUERQUEi N. MEX . . 



ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM-EASTONt PA. 

ALTOONAi PA 

AMARILLO. TEX 

ANAHEIM-SANTA ANA-GARDEN GROVEi 
ANN ARBORt MICH 



ASHEVlLLEi N.C. . . . 

ATLANTA! GA 

ATLANTIC CITYt N.J. . 
AUGUSTA. GA.-S.C. . . 
AUSTIN. TEX 

BAKERSriELD. CALIE. . 
BALTlMOREi MD . . . . 
BATON ROUGEi LA . . . 
BAY CITY. MICH. . . . 
BEAUMONT -PORT ARTHUR* 



BILLINGS. MONT. . 
Bl NGMAMTONi N.Y.-P 
6 I RMI NGHAM. ALA . 
BOISE CITY. IDAHO 
BOSTONi MASS. . . 



BRIDGEPORTf CONN 

BROCKTON. MASS 

BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO. 

BUFFALOi N.Y 

CANTON. Ohio 



CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA. . 
CHAMPA I GN-URBANA. ILL 
CHARLESTON. S.C . . . 
CHARLESTON. W. VA . . 
CHARLOTTE. N.C. . . . 



CHATTANOOGA. TENN.-GA . . 

CHICAGO. ILL 

CINCINNATI t OHIO-KY.-IND. 

CLEVELAND. OHIO 

COLORADO SPRINGS. COLO. . 



COLUMBIA. S.C . . . 
COLUMBUS. GA.-ALA . 
COLUMBUS. OHIO. . . 
CORPUS CHRISTI . TEX. 
DALLAS. TEX 



DAVENPORT -ROCK I SLAND-MOL I NE > IOWA -ILL. 

DAYTON. OHIO 

DECATUR. ILL 

DENVER. COLO 

DES MOINES. IOWA 



DETROIT. MICH . 
DUBUQUE. IOWA . 
DULUTH-SUPERIOR. 
DURHAM. N.C . . 
EL PASOi TEX. . 



MINN. -WIS. 



ERIE. PA 

EUGENE. OREG 

EVANSVILLE. IND.-KY 

FALL RIVER. MASS. -R.I .... 
FARGO-MOOREHEADi N, DAK, -MINN 



FITCHBURG-LE0MIN5TER. MASS. 

FLINT. MICH 

FORT LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD. 
FORT SMITH. ARK.-OKLA . . . 
FORT WAYNE I I NO 



FORT WORTH. TEX 

FRESNO. CALIF 

GADSDEN. ALA 

GALVESTON-TFXAS CITY. TEX . . . 
GARY-HAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO. IND. 



GRAND RAPI DSi MICH. . 
GREAT FALLS. MONT.. . 
GREEN BAY. WIS. . . . 
GREENSBORO-HIGH POINT. 
GREENVtLLEt S.C . . . 



HAMILTON-MI DDLETOWN. 
HARR ISBURG. PA . . . 
HARTFORD. CONN. . . 
HONOLULU. HAWAI I . . 
HOUSTON. TEX. . . . 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. Revised. 



RETAIL Tf?ADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-75 



TABLE 11. 



Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Central Cities Ranked by 
Volume of Sales and by Population: 1963 



-Continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area 



HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND. W. VA.-KY.-OHIO . . 

HUNTSVILLE. ALA 

INDlANAPOLISi I ND 

JACKSONi MICH 

JACKSONi MISS 

JACKSONVILLE I TLA 

JERSEY CITYr N.J 

JOHNSTOWNi PA 

KALAMAZOO I MICH 

KANSAS CITYi MO.-KANS 

KENOSHAi WIS 

KNOXVILLEt TENN 

LAFAYETTEi LA 

LAKE CHARLES. LA 

LANCASTER. PA 

LANSING) MICH 

LAREDO. TEX 

LAS VEGAS. NEV 

LAWRENCE-HAVERHILL. MASS.-N.H 

LAWTON. OKLA 

LEWI5T0N-AUBURN. MAINE 

LEXINGTON. KY 

LIMA. OHIO 

LINCOLN. NEBR 

LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARK. . , 

LORAIN-ELYRIA. OHIO 

LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH. CALIF . . . . , 

LOUISVILLE. KY.-IND 

LOWELL. MASS 

LUBBOCK. TEX , 

LYNCHBURG. VA 

MACON. GA , 

MADISON. WIS 

MANCHESTER. N.H 

MEMPHIS. TENN. -ARK 

MERIDEN. CONN 

Ml AM I . FLA 

MIDLAND. TEX 

MILWAUKEE. WIS 

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL. MINN 

MOBILE. ALA 

MONROE. LA 

MONTGOMERY. ALA 

HUNCIE. IND 

MUSKEGON-MUSKEGON HEIGHTS. MICH ... 

NASHVILLE. TENN 

NEW BEDFORD. MASS 

NEW BRITAIN. CONN 

NEW HAVEN. CONN 

NEW LONDON-GROTON-NORWI CH. CONN . . . 

NEW ORLEANS. LA 

NEW YORK. N.Y 

NEWARK. N.J 

NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON. VA 

NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH. VA 

NORWALK. CONN 

ODESSA. TEX 

OGDEN. UTAH 

OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA 

OMAHO. NEBR. -IOWA 

ORLANDO. FLA 

PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC. N.J .... 

PENSACOLA. FLA 

PEORIA. ILL 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. -N.J 

PHOENIX. ARIZ 

PINE BLUFF. ARK 

PITTSBURGH. PA 

PITTSFIELD. MASS 

PORTLAND. MAINE 

PORTLAND. OREG.-WASH 

PROVIDENCE-PAWTUCKET-VMRWICK. R. I .-MAS 

PROVO-OREM. UTAH 

PUEBLO. COLO 

RACINE. WIS 

RALEIGH. N.C 

READING. PA 

RENO. NEV 

RICHMOND. VA 

ROANOKE. VA 

ROCHESTER. N.Y 

ROCKFORD. ILL 

SACRAMENTO. CALIF 



Entire SMSA 



Sales 



Rank 



115 

1117 

28 

175 

128 

55 

5? 

121 

139 

20 

■■197 
78 

189 
91 

77 
216 

9U 

125 

^212 

209 
1U9 
185 
150 
106 

13« 
2 

no 

157 

lie 

190 
116 
107 
18U 
13 

217 

. 2" 

■ 210 

19 

lU 

65 
192 
1U5 
186 
162 

63 
168 
176 

75 
131 

36 

1 

12 

121 

5« 

170 
191 
183 



71 

16 

113 

76 

1 

35 

215 

9 

■ 201 
156 

30 

37 

2 05 

195 

165 

138 

■ 103 
160 

59 

luu 

31 

105 

38 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



291 912 
231 225 
1 101 038 
171 136 
265 670 

672 375 

705 130 

275 037 

216 767 

1 682 887 

"■131 191 
161 192 
109 800 
115 873 
387 150 

161 111 

80 387 

382 857 

268 891 

^ 99 310 

103 111 

229 181 

156 068 

229 053 

315 533 

257 821 

10 687 567 

977 170 

202 390 

289 319 

115 586 
233 777 
313 781 

160 260 
895 083 

69 870 

1 618 HI 

99 517 

1 706 991 

2 191 393 

116 688 
138 025 

237 882 
153 291 

190 006 

623 799 
180 226 
168 120 
173 117 
263 511 

1 123 033 
15 616 507 

2 582 185 
282 126 

681 012 

178 919 
136 970 

161 735 
801 506 
666 197 

501 055 

1 871 219 

211 882 

167 935 

5 757 112 

1 152 915 

85 987 

2 878 255 
126 556 
219 615 

1 279 337 

1 100 63 6 

111 600 

131 259 

187 201 

216 823 

362 501 

191 667 
661 621 

238 935 

1 157 556 

351 92 7 

1 075 607 



Rank 



101 
150 
27 
169 
120 

61 
16 
92 
110 
21 

191 

69 

206 

157 

95 

86 
215 
175 
128 
200 

213 
170 
191 
119 
110 

122 

3 

36 

111 

118 

186 
135 
118 
192 
39 

217 
25 

211 
18 
11 

71 
193 
127 
181 
153 

58 
159 
171 

79 
139 

28 

1 

15 

116 



196 

199 

185 

55 

60 

81 
19 

125 
81 



10 

207 

B 

210 

163 

29 

30 

189 

181 

160 

111 
96 

205 
63 

117 

51 

113 

15 



Number of 
inhabitants 



251 780 
155 861 
916 932 
151 991 

221 367 

155 111 

610 731 
280 755 

169 712 
1 092 515 

100 615 
568 080 

81 656 
115 175 
278 559 

298 919 

61 791 

127 016 

199 136 

90 803 

70 295 
131 906 

105 691 

155 272 
212 980 

217 500 

6 058 771 

725 159 

161 213 

156 271 

110 701 

180 105 

222 095 
102 861 
671 583 

51 850 

955 017 

67 717 

1 252 731 

1 182 030 

565 389 

101 665 
199 751 
110 938 
119 915 

165 628 
115 176 
129 397 
520 856 

170 981 

907 125 

10 691 633 

1 689 120 

221 503 

578 507 

96 756 
90 995 

110 711 

611 835 

157 875 

318 187 

1 186 873 

203 576 

313 112 

1 312 897 

663 510 
81 575 

2 105 135 

76 772 
139 122 

821 897 
821 101 

106 991 
118 707 

111 781 

169 082 

275 111 

81 713 

136 Oil 

158 803 

732 588 
230 091 
625 503 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollarsi 



1 158 

1 505 

1 528 

1 297 

1 200 

1 176 
1 155 

980 
1 151 
I 510 

' 1 301 

1 253 

1 297 

1 005 

1 392 

1 555 

1 211 

5 Oil 

1 550 

' 1 091 

1 166 

1 710 

1 505 

1 175 

1 122 

1 185 

1 770 

1 518 

1 252 

1 852 

1 2 97 

''l 296 

1 518 

1 521 

1 32 7 

1 318 

1 751 

1 710 

1 585 

1 181 

1 117 

1 558 
1 191 

1 382 
1 267 

1 315 

1 259 

1 302 

1 176 

1 538 

1 238 
1 163 
1 52 9 
1 258 
1 182 

1 819 

1 505 

1 160 

1 572 

1 156 

1 585 
1 577 
1 189 
1 193 
1 321 

172 

1 057 
1 197 
1 616 
1 165 

1 557 
1 510 
1 071 
1 131 
1 320 

1 160 

1 516 

2 297 



1 553 
1 530 
1 720 



Central cities 



Sales 



Rank 



no 
"■ 126 

20 
187 
101 

51 

86 

209 

137 

17 

191 

81 

■■ 205 

''1 98 

185 

87 
213 

78 
119 

■' 207 

201 
138 
197 
105 
75 

151 
5 

55 
159 

95 

^191 

"■ 120 

96 

150 

28 

217 

31 

^ 202 

15 

9 

81 
186 
108 
171 
182 

55 

160 

rl99 

98 
139 

25 
1 
55 
85 
11 

"■200 

171 

169 

58 

15 

79 
52 

181 
107 



22 

216 

19 

190 

118 

29 

10 

215 

175 

166 

121 
111 
115 
18 
111 

57 
91 
50 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Rank 



202 686 
178 005 
916 535 

109 970 
225 908 

150 155 
271 510 

93 115 

171 511 

1 061 536 

106 656 
282 305 

95 119 
100 112 

111 020 

270 111 

78 995 

287 589 

188 150 

"" 91 182 

98 857 
168 925 
100 699 
210 122 
517 009 

116 632 
5 022 083 

621 818 

112 299 
258 918 

105 958 

"'iBI 380 

213 156 

151 198 
752 351 

69 870 

651 770 

96 992 
1 076 175 

1 319 662 

285 197 

110 981 
201 571 
122 103 
115 759 

115 175 
110 651 

99 371 
232 303 
168 327 

800 818 
10 195 016 

665 252 
2 72 168 
516 891 

99 217 

127 102 

132 296 

575 516 

505 500 

286 721 

117 128 

116 528 
207 751 

2 189 876 

801 912 
75 166 

979 597 
108 211 
155 191 

751 825 

555 168 

75 611 

121 217 

151 772 

181 116 

161 257 

162 567 
183 531 
161 501 

602 375 
262 212 
165 651 



107 
159 

26 
211 

00 

66 

51 

202 

117 

27 

169 
112 
215 
178 
181 

115 
186 
177 

105 
185 

176 
181 
212 
100 
80 

HI 
5 

55 
155 

99 

199 
165 
101 
139 
23 



182 
15 
10 



68 
207 

95 
168 
175 

76 
119 
116 



170 

118 

163 

39 

12 



191 

118 

1 

30 
217 

17 
192 
157 

31 

35 

201 

135 

138 

131 
121 
210 
57 
127 

10 

101 

69 



Number of 
inhabitants 



111 910 

72 5 65 

176 258 

50 720 

111 122 

201 030 
276 101 

53 919 

82 089 

175 559 

67 899 

111 827 

50 512 
63 592 
61 055 

107 807 

60 678 

61 105 
117 279 

61 697 

65 253 

62 810 

51 037 
126 521 
165 815 

112 711 
2 62 5 185 

390 639 

92 107 

128 691 

51 790 

69 761 
126 706 

66 282 
197 521 

51 850 
291 688 

62 625 
711 321 
796 285 

191 856 

52 219 
131 393 

68 603 

66 037 

170 871 
102 177 

82 201 
152 016 

72 686 

627 525 

7 781 981 

105 220 

202 920 
119 612 

67 775 
80 338 

70 197 
321 253 
301 598 

88 155 

279 710 

5 6 752 

105 162 

2 002 512 

159 170 

11 057 

601 332 

57 879 

72 566 

572 676 

357 005 

51 111 

91 181 

89 111 

95 951 
98 177 
51 170 
219 958 
97 110 

318 611 
126 706 
191 667 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



1 


761 


2 


160 


1 


021 


2 


168 


1 


561 


2 


110 




983 


1 


732 


2 


089 


2 


239 


1 


571 


2 


521 


2 


351 


1 


581 


1 


818 


2 


506 


1 


502 


1 


165 


1 


601 


1 


527 


1 


515 


2 


689 


1 


975 


1 


637 


1 


911 


1 


501 


1 


779 


1 


600 


1 


515 


2 


012 


1 


897 


2 


613 


2 


086 


1 


716 


1 


512 


1 


518 


2 


215 


1 


519 


1 


152 


1 


695 


1 


597 


2 


125 


1 


521 


1 


780 


1 


753 


2 


607 


1 


575 


1 


209 


1 


528 


2 


516 


1 


276 


1 


318 


1 


612 


1 


511 


1 


305 


1 


161 


1 


586 


1 


885 


1 


771 


1 


676 


5 


253 


1 


600 


2 


055 


2 


Oil 


1 


215 


1 


855 


1 


651 


1 


621 


1 


870 


2 


115 


2 


017 


1 


550 


1 


552 


1 


550 


1 


512 


1 


951 


1 


615 


5 


158 


2 


198 


1 


691 


1 


891 


2 


069 


2 


119 



Revised. 



1-76 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STAflSTICS 



TABLE 11 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Central Cities Ranked by 
Volume of Sales and by Population: 1963 -continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area 



SAGtNAWi MICH 

ST. JOSEPH! MO 

ST. LOU I Si MO. -ILL 

SALT LAKE CITYf UTAH 

SAN AiNJGELOt TEX 

SAN ANTONIO* TEX 

SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTARIO. CALIF 

SAN DIEGOi CALir 

SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLArjDt CALIF 

SAN JOSEi CALIF 

SANTA BARBARAi CALIF 

SAVANNAH I GA 

SCRANTONi PA 

SEATTLE-EVERETTt WASH 

SHREVEPORT. LA 

SIOUX CITYi lOWA-NEDR 

SIOUX FALLS 1 S. DAK 

SOUTH BENDi I ND 

SPOKANEi WASH 

SPRINGFIELD! ILL 

SPRINGFIELD* MO 

SPRINGFIELD* OHIO 

SPRINGE I ELD-CHI COPE E-HOLYOKE* MASS. -CONN 

STAMFORD* CONN 

STEUBENVILLE-WEI RTON* OHIO-W. VA. ... 

STOCKTON* CALIF 

SYRACUSE* N.Y 

TACOMA* WASH 

TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG* FLA 

TERRE HAUTE* I ND 

TEXARKANA* TEX. -ARK 

TOLEDO* OHIO-MICH 

TOPEKA. KANS 

TRENTON* N.J 

TUCSON* ARIZ 

TULSA* OKLA 

TUSCALOOSA* ALA 

TYLER* TEX 

UTICA-ROMEi fi.Y 

VALLEJO-NAPA* CALIF 

WACO* TEX 

WASHINGTON* D.C.-MD.-VA 

WATERBURYi CONN 

WATERLOO* IOWA 

WEST PALM BEACH* FLA 

WHEELING* W.VA.-OHIO 

WICHITA. KANS 

WICHITA FALLS* TEX 

WILKES-BARRE-HA2LET0N* PA 

WILMINGTON. DEI N.J.-MD 

WINSTON-SALEM. N.C 

WORCESTER. MASS 

YORK. PA 

YOUNGSTOWN-WARREN* OHIO 



Entire SMSA 



Central cities 



Sales 



Rank 



133 

1-199 



10 

56 

21U 



6 

31 

101 

152 

122 
18 
109 
166 
193 

39 
100 
lUl 

158 
172 

53 
108 
173 

95 

19 

86 
32 

135 

2 0U 
U5 



88 

, 68 

208 

2 03 

83 

123 

16U 



132 
180 

8U 
151 

7C 

17U 
97 
62 

mo 



Amount 
($ 1,000) 

258 107 

127 2U9 

2 8U7 175 
668 1U2 

95 916 

807 137 

1 299 693 

1 U08 380 

U 511 3U2 

1 22U 816 

566 382 

217 677 

278 318 
1 7M7 818 
332 860 
181 709 
137 951 

'391 6 77 
370 2il6 
2HU 212 
196 817 
175 333 

690 100 
332 872 
17U 332 
387 318 
7B6 709 

113 799 

1 152 391 

256 693 

115 353 

837 511 

196 021) 
139 117 
399 190 
583 339 
106 313 

119 398 

130 066 

275 153 

188 268 

3 366 922 

259 722 
165 621 

128 286 
222 201 
521 137 

173 556 
378 810 
631 866 
215 801 
156 727 

377 123 
619 703 



Population 



Rank 



130 
201 



23 
6 

12 
112 
133 

HI 

20 

91 

180 

203 

97 

91 

156 

176 

171 

56 
136 
113 

108 
51 

78 

32 

138 

198 



161 

98 
100 

61 
187 

2 01 

76 

126 

152 

10 

131 
178 
115 
131 
67 



72 

66 

132 

77 

88 
51 



Number of 
inhabitants 



190 752 

90 581 

2 101 669 

117 795 

61 630 

716 168 

809 782 

1 033 Oil 

2 618 762 
612 315 
168 962 

188 299 

231 531 

1 107 213 
281 181 
120 017 

86 575 

271 057 
278 333 
116 539 
126 276 
131 110 

193 999 
178 109 
167 756 
209 989 
563 781 

321 590 
772 153 
172 069 

91 657 
630 617 

111 286 
266 392 
265 660 
lie 971 
109 017 

86 350 
330 771 
200 187 
150 091 

2 001 897 

185 518 
122 182 
228 106 
190 312 
381 626 

129 638 
316 972 
111 565 

189 128 
328 898 

290 212 
509 006 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



1 353 

1 105 

1 353 

1 192 

1 181 

1 127 

1 601 

1 363 

1 703 

1 907 

2 168 
1 156 

1 187 

1 579 

1 183 

1 511 

1 595 

''l 115 

1 330 

1 667 

1 559 

1 331 

1 397 

1 866 

1 039 

1 519 

1 3 95 

1 287 

1 192 

1 192 

1 259 

1 328 

1 387 

1 650 

1 501 

1 392 
975 

1 383 

1 300 

1 373 

1 251 

1 682 

1 100 

1 352 

1 878 

1 167 

1 366 

1 339 

1 092 

1 521 

1 2 98 

1 389 

1 300 

I 217 



Sales 



Rank 



119 

177 

16 
59 
210 
31 
12 

25 
6 

51 
131 
118 

112 

11 

92 

152 

173 



^^125 
165 

56 

"■130 

183 

106 

69 

90 

27 

^■129 

''aoi 

16 

"•123 

"•113 

61 

55 

212 

192 
103 
135 

117 
8 

136 
181 

""laa 

193 
58 

157 

153 

97 

112 



' 196 
70 



Amount 
($1.000) 

155 010 

120 369 

1 068 322 
112 211 

91 152 

726 031 

516 783 

791 350 

2 167 611 
160 032 
173 718 
190 503 

162 691 

1 110 195 

259 616 

119 121 

122 115 

229 511 

282 759 

177 692 

178 179 
135 030 

126 100 

176 709 

111 269 

209 096 

355 681 

266 111 

766 812 

176 910 
95 090 

196 613 

183 119 

' 197 377 

368 955 

129 310 

81 086 

106 202 

215 271 

173 320 

155 808 

1 117 703 

173 139 

HI 155 

177 189 
105 632 
117 587 

111 781 

117 368 

236 223 

2 02 215 

311 156 

103 173 

"■ 351 117 



Population 



Rank 



123 

150 



70 

189 

19 

56 

20 

6 

62 

190 



113 

18 

81 

137 

175 

97 

76 

113 

128 

115 



132 
185 
111 

58 

89 

29 

158 

216 

11 

103 

109 

60 

53 

179 

211 

86 

111 

125 

11 

116 
160 
196 
201 

51 

120 
130 
129 
111 



200 
55 



Number of 
inhabitants 



98 265 

79 673 

750 026 

189 151 

58 815 

587 718 

222 871 

573 221 

1 107 861 

2C1 196 

58 768 

119 215 

111 113 

597 391 

161 3 72 

89 159 

65 166 

132 115 

181 608 

83 271 

95 865 

82 723 

268 705 

92 713 

60 696 

86 321 

216 038 

117 979 

156 268 

72 500 

50 006 
318 003 

119 181 

111 167 

212 892 

261 685 

63 370 

51 230 
152 056 

83 017 
97 808 

763 956 

107 130 

71 755 

56 208 

53 100 

251 698 

101 721 

95 607 

95 82 7 

111 135 

186 587 

51 501 

226 337 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



1 578 
1 511 

1 121 

2 175 
1 555 

1 235 

2 153 

1 386 

1 957 

2 253 
2 957 
1 276 

1 160 

1 858 

1 579 

1 518 

1 870 

1 733 

1 557 

2 131 
1 862 
1 632 

I 177 
1 906 

1 683 

2 122 
1 616 

1 800 

1 685 

2 110 
1 902 
1 562 

1 535 

■•l 729 

1 733 

1 611 

1 52 6 

2 073 

1 116 

2 067 
1 593 
1 856 

1 616 
1 591 

3 152 
1 978 
1 610 

1 123 

1 511 

2 165 
1 820 
1 668 

1 893 
1 551 



Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-77 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



SIC 
code 


Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 




ABILENE, TEX. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


I 218 

76 

13 

168 

132 

262 

80 

70 

155 

11 

167 

16 

1 518 
213 
112 
731 
285 
667 
222 
22 9 

1 017 
152 
576 
251 

681 
33 
19 

121 
52 

102 
56 
50 
77 
19 

123 
29 

6 558 
303 
115 

1 291 
506 
615 
111 
318 

1 557 
200 

1 098 
218 

2 115 

91 
61 
211 
162 
397 
113 
132 
390 
75 
337 
107 

5 067 
212 

lie 

1 010 
261 
533 
317 
283 

1 139 
128 
721 
512 


168 031 

11 167 

20 731 

31 912 
10 792 

16 315 

10 92 6 
9 961 
7,352 

5 501 

12 128 
1 080 

812 968 

11 838 
131 927 
197 718 

169 861 
66 076 
28 130 
30 658 
65 513 

25 753 
36 581 
15 880 

98 520 

6 157 
U 119 

18 815 
22 169 

6 955 
6 121 
1 726 
1 785 
5 115 

12 119 
1 528 

915 171 

36 901 

101 100 

225 157 

158 616 

56 165 

65 112 

39 013 

75 181 

26 001 
91 899 
51 632 

387 108 

19 096 

15 066 
71 216 
93 176 
28 719 

25 617 

21 522 
30 160 

17 981 

26 982 
1 510 

665 110 
35 175 
107 111 
158 185 
115 292 

13 386 
30 113 

32 311 
50 712 

16 765 
61 892 
13 535 


818 
11 
25 

103 
91 

170 
65 
52 
86 
30 

120 
35 

2 259 

78 

50 

381 

135 

511 

101 

112 

581 

87 

2 95 

107 

608 
51 
17 

108 
11 
89 
55 
19 
65 
18 

110 
22 

5 209 
101 
68 
668 
125 
229 
512 
167 
736 
110 
583 
109 

1 816 

71 

53 
195 
155 
333 
138 
126 
351 

69 
280 

97 

2 138 

SI 
52 
531 
101 
209 
211 
156 
555 
72 
311 
110 


127 987 

6 638 

19 663 
21 691 

29 031 

10 876 
(D) 
(D) 

5 885 
(0) 

7 525 
899 

121 600 
12 561 
91 133 

90 170 
87 520 

30 167 

15 155 

16 505 
37 083 

12 763 

20 695 

6 270 

93 918 
(D) 
(D) 

17 981 

21 522 
6 199 

(D) 

(D) 

1 287 

(D) 

11 603 
(D) 

515 911 
11 899 
75 156 
106 955 
106 598 
23 787 
51 289 

26 130 
39 912 
15 595 
19 003 

9 860 

362 999 
17 173 
11 061 
67 501 

91 531 
21 756 
21 703 
21 591 

27 195 
17 295 
25 158 

1 232 

376 636 

13 998 
86 195 
78 881 
60 161 
17 285 
21 135 
19 117 
27 616 

9 550 

50 116 

8 021 


100 
35 
18 
65 

11 

92 
15 
IS 
17 
11 
17 
11 

2 279 
165 

62 
555 
152 
556 
121 
117 
163 

65 
281 
111 

76 
2 
2 

16 
8 

13 
1 
1 

12 
1 

15 
7 

5 519 
199 

77 
626 
183 
116 
132 
151 
621 

90 
515 
139 

299 
23 
11 
51 

7 
61 

5 

6 
59 

6 
57 
10 

2 629 
128 

66 
506 
163 
321 
106 
127 
601 

56 
377 
172 


10 017 
1 829 
1 071 
7 251 

11 761 
5 169 

(D) 
(0) 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, aUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . . 


51 


FOOD STORES 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


55PT(551) 




56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(0) 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


1 805 


53 PARI* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 






AKRON, OHIO 


391 368 
29 277 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . , 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


51 


FOOD STORES 


107 218 
82 311 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


55PT(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


35 609 


55 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


1 1 995 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


11 155 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


12 990 


59 EX.591 






53 PART. 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


9 610 




ALBANY, GA. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 




52 

53 PART» 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


(D) 
(0) 
861 


51 


FOOD STORES 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


1 117 


55PT(551) 






56 




(D) 
(D) 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


59Pr(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(0) 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


816 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(0) 
599 527 




ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY, N. Y. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


52 

53 PART « 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


25 002 
50 961 


51 


FOOD STORES 


US 522 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


52 018 


55Pt(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


52 576 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


13 853 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


12 913 
35 572 


59Pt(59I) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


10 609 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


12 896 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


21 772 




ALBUQUERQUE, N, MEX. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


21 109 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUI P. DEALERS . . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


1 923 
1 005 


51 




6 715 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


1 615 


55pt(55«) 




5 963 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


911 


57 
53 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


128 
3 265 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


689 


59 EX.591 




3 821 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


278 




ALLENTDWN- BETHLEHEM- EAST ON, PA. -N.J. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


288 171 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


21 177 
20 921 


51 


FOOD STORES 


79 301 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS , . 


51 831 


55PT(551) 




26 101 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


5 978 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


12 921 
23 066 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


7 215 


59 EX.591 




31 116 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


5 511 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wlltiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-78 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



SIC 
code 



52 

53 PA R T ♦ 

51 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59l) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55« 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59l) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX, 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59l) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

59 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



-Continued 



StandaTd metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



ALTOONA, PA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LU^^BER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



AMARILLO, TEX. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



ANAHEIM-SANTA ANA-GARDEN GROVE, CALIF. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SMSA 



ANN ARBOR, MICH. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



ASHEVILLE, N.C. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FARM EQUIP, DEALERS 



ATLANTA, GA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



310 
75 
13 

308 
92 

139 
82 
74 

265 
11 

169 
52 



1 525 

88 

39 

170 

137 

255 

106 

97 

289 

50 

223 

71 



6 916 
291 
199 
719 
133 
961 
566 
619 

1 133 
167 

1 117 
112 



1 325 
75 
36 

173 
98 

178 

121 
98 

230 
52 

202 
59 



1 256 
36 
66 

213 
63 

201 
75 
82 

183 
10 

201 
63 



8 116 
300 
291 

1 158 
567 

1 302 
197 
516 

1 135 
306 

1 220 
551 



Sales 




($1,000) 




167 


651 


6 


971 


21 


910 


11 


15 9 


31 


651 


10 


407 


11 


569 


8 


031 


9 


618 


1 


192 


11 


209 


1 


101 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



266 972 

19 816 
30 282 
13 832 
56 518 

20 522 
18 095 
11 738 
15 976 
11 200 
23 051 
11 2 95 



1 462 613 

61 118 

226 261 

320 185 

277 359 

HI 871 

69 801 

82 251 

136 781 

51 171 

92 651 

23 561 



261 792 
16 399 
23 367 
60 501 
56 720 

19 107 

20 191 
15 810 

18 343 
10 733 

19 739 
3 582 



193 750 

17 021 

30 316 

42 149 

54 509 

17 031 

8 176 

9 471 
11 896 

4 949 

15 994 

2 315 



1 628 757 

69 705 

263 101 

333 373 

342 113 

119 655 

84 013 

59 552 

102 683 

58 068 

128 759 

57 70't 



692 
35 
21 

187 
33 
62 
39 
10 

148 
21 
77 
29 



1 383 

78 

36 

158 

126 

234 

100 

92 

258 

16 

192 

63 



836 
116 

85 
273 
210 
396 
201 
27 9 
552 

69 
467 
185 



596 
IS 
15 
56 
36 
64 
88 
60 

100 
28 

104 
27 



819 
26 
38 

123 
16 

119 
64 
6S 

125 
28 

115 
10 



1 276 
115 
116 
691 
256 
552 
304 
251 
772 
163 
789 
264 



Sales 
($1,000) 



91 171 
3 087 
11 234 
25 732 
20 095 
1 613 



253 145 
IB 785 
29 895 
12 937 
54 802 

19 089 
17 572 
11 571 

11 218 
10 700 

20 291 

12 131 



731 566 

35 511 
157 070 
121 879 
113 319 

18 159 

36 891 
50 086 
53 424 
22 791 
45 916 
16 504 



146 367 

8 283 

18 155 

30 358 

24 736 

8 141 

17 126 



Remainder of SMSA 



9 
9 


020 
393 


7 


077 


13 


017 




761 


151 


059 


9 


982 


28 


960 


29 


900 


30 


039 


10 


517 


7 


813 


3 


220 


8 


170 


3 


289 


13 


308 


1 


961 


015 


750 


32 


168 


200 


292 


162 


5 35 


203 


061 


60 


058 


61 


277 


36 


891 


75 


070 


30 


181 


98 


956 


17 


261 



Establish 
ments 

(number) 



618 
10 
22 

121 
59 
77 
13 
31 

117 
20 
92 
23 



112 

10 

3 

12 

11 

21 

6 

5 

31 



31 

8 



1 110 
175 
HI 
116 
223 
565 
362 
339 
991 
99 
690 
227 



729 
57 
21 

117 
62 

114 
36 
38 

130 
24 
98 
32 



437 
10 
28 

120 
17 
95 
11 
17 
5S 
12 
56 
23 



Sales 
($1,000) 



73 180 
3 997 
7 576 
19 727 
14 556 



5 764 

3 999 
2 996 

4 801 
2 015 
7 554 
1 315 



13 527 

1 031 
387 

2 537 
1 626 
1 133 

523 
164 

1 760 
500 

2 763 
803 



728 047 

28 607 

69 191 

195 606 

134 010 

66 732 

32 907 

32 165 

83 357 

31 677 

46 735 

7 060 



118 425 
8 116 

1 912 
32 984 
31 981 
10 966 

3 365 
5 790 

5 950 
3 6S6 

6 722 

2 821 



42 691 
7 039 
1 356 

13 319 
4 470 
6 514 
363 
1 254 
3 726 

1 560 

2 676 
3S4 



3 970 


603 007 


195 


37 537 


175 


62 609 


764 


170 938 


311 


134 052 


750 


59 597 


193 


19 766 


265 


ii 661 


56 3 


27 613 


143 


27 887 


431 


29 803 


290 


10 114 



'Nonstore letailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-79 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


2 5115 

87 

67 

U39 

107 

251 

23H 

87 

726 

65 

416 

66 

1 894 

73 

77 

470 

146 

291 

lu5 

87 

251 

48 

288 

58 

1 902 

82 

62 
252 
144 
285 
113 
106 
403 

62 
287 

96 

2 884 
125 
102 
379 
192 
486 
171 
183 
652 

50 
425 
109 

1? 719 
446 
394 

3 141 
559 

1 290 
864 
596 

3 218 
547 

] 827 
837 

1 564 

85 

59 

271 

106 

243 

124 

79 

260 

61 

214 

62 


289 275 
13 655 
24 129 
64 138 
33 241 

16 181 
20 712 

9 032 
48 412 

8 808 
39 165 
11 802 

249 152 
13 557 

36 2 42 

54 754 
53 415 

20 430 
13 541 
10 375 

13 662 

8 567 
2 381 

4 2 37 

284 856 

17 510 
42 775 
58 555 

55 343 

21 960 

18 360 
15 182 
21 903 

9 309 
20 840 

3 019 

454 822 
39 100 
46 591 
96 369 
88 025 
46 009 

20 976 

21 031 
35 270 

14 028 

37 235 
9 188 

2 265 647 

66 350 

368 415 

522 208 

381 535 

139 013 

122 200 

93 158 

215 945 

100 519 

174 022 

81 182 

316 738 

15 556 

56 518 
73 818 
56 310 
24 038 
14 855 
13 565 
17 119 
10 014 
20 544 

4 391 


1 265 
26 
37 

232 
31 
56 

153 
44 

395 
35 

239 
17 

879 
38 
31 

197 
68 

104 
68 
56 

126 
25 

144 
22 

1 761 

77 

55 

245 

135 

250 

108 

106 

355 

51 

271 

88 

943 
35 
27 
86 
73 

140 
75 
80 

203 
19 

164 
40 

8 661 
226 
220 

2 304 
275 
560 
588 
362 

2 174 
358 

1 154 
440 

1 285 
65 

47 
203 

87 
191 
114 

76 
227 

50 
178 

47 


143 598 

4 219 

17 438 

21 907 

12 827 

3 981 
15 107 

4 927 
28 393 

5 02 3 
21 693 

7 083 

146 250 

9 120 

27 480 

23 222 

34 731 

7 475 

10 817 
7 771 

7 090 

4 42 9 

11 342 
2 773 

265 887 

17 242 

(D) 

58 OOS 
54 691 
20 805 

17 578 

15 182 
20 540 

(D) 

19 513 

2 680 

212 523 

20 237 
33 123 
27 769 

53 544 

13 229 
13 075 

13 110 

14 609 

5 230 

16 842 
1 755 

1 316 945 

27 180 

219 548 

269 561 

229 761 

63 199 

80 457 

65 400 

135 624 

59 065 
108 380 

58 770 

284 226 

12 202 

54 965 
63 665 
62 392 

18 680 

14 434 

13 339 

15 353 

8 240 

17 117 

3 839 


1 280 
61 
30 

207 
76 

195 
8\ 
43 

331 
30 

177 
49 

1 015 
35 
46 

273 
78 

187 
37 
31 

125 
23 

144 
36 

141 
5 
7 
17 
9 
25 
5 

48 
1 

15 
8 

1 941 

39 

75 

2 93 

119 

346 

96 

103 

449 

41 

261 

69 

5 058 
220 
174 
837 
284 
730 
276 
234 

1 044 
189 
673 
397 

279 

20 
12 
68 
19 
52 
10 
3 
33 
11 
35 
15 


145 

9 

5 

42 

20 

12 

4 

4 

20 

3 

17 

4 

102 

4 

8 

31 

18 

12 

2 

2 

5 

4 

9 

1 

17 

1 

1 
1 

242 
18 
13 
58 
34 
32 

7 

7 
21 

8 
20 

7 

948 

39 

148 

252 

151 

75 

41 

27 

81 

41 

65 

22 

32 
3 

1 
10 

3 
5 

1 
1 

3 


678 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. , 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STOKES* 


436 
691 






231 


55 EX.5611 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS .............. 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING EQUIPMENT STORES. ........ 


414 
200 
605 
105 
019 


59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. .............. 


785 
473 






719 




AUGUSTA, GA.-S.C. 


912 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ............. 


437 
762 
532 






684 


55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59!) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ....... 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING EQUIPMENT STORES. ........ 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES, .................. 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES. .................... 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. ......... . . 

AUSTIN, TEX. 


955 
724 
605 
572 
138 
039 
464 

969 


52 

53 PART. 

54 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ...... 

FOOD STORES 


268 
(D) 
647 


55 rx,55U 
55pt(55U) 
56 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 


652 
155 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. , 


782 






- 


58 




353 


59Pr(591) 
59 EX.591 




(D) 




327 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


339 




BAKERSFIELO, CALIF, 


299 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


863 
468 
600 


55 EX.5514 
55PT(55H) 
56 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ... 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


481 
780 
901 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING EQUIPMENT STORES. ........ 


921 
661 


59PT(591) 
59 EX, 591 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


7 98 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


393 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

BALTIMORE, MD. 


433 
702 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


170 
867 


5U 


FOOD STORES 


647 


55 EX. 550 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 


874 


55Pt(5511) 




814 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


743 






758 


58 




321 


59Pr (591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


454 




542 






412 




BATON ROUGE, LA. 


512 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQU 1 P. DEALERS . . 


553 


5it 


FOOD STORES 


153 






918 


55PT(551|) 




358 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. ., 


421 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING EQUIPMENT STORES 




58 






59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES PROPRIETARY STORES 


774 


59 EX.591 






53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* . 





*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately In ttiis table. 



1-80 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metrosolitan statistical area and kind ot business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



BAY CITY, MICH. 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.55t 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5« 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(551|) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 tx.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5t 

55 EX. 5514 

55PTC55M) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591 ) 

59 EH. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.5'J1 

55PT(55t) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART, 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55« 

55PT(55a) 

56 

57 

56 

59Pr(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.55'( 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59Pr(591) 

59 EX.59) 

53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. OEALERs! 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ....,..„..,, 

FOOD STORES. ..........!.! ° I ' 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ..... ° i ! ! ! ! ! I I ! 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. .........][''![[ 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. ...,......[].' i i ] 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING EQUIPMENT STORES. , '. I . ', ] *, 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES ^ ! ] 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. '. '. I '. °. '. '. ', 

OTHER RETAIL STORES ......,!!!! 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. .,,,.......''°''°'''' 



OEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR, TEX. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMOER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQU I P. 'deALERS ! 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ...... 

FOOD STORES. ......].'!![! 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ..........I°I[°]I*[° 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ....!!![![!]'[]* 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STOKES. ,..........] ° [] ° 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING EQUIPMENT STORES.' '.!!!!!! 
EATING, DRINKING PLACES. ...,..,.......[.[ 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. . . . ! ] I ^ ! 1 [ 1 [ [ 

OTHER RETAIL STORES .....! ^ !! ° I 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



BILLINGS, MONT. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. ................ 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EOUIP. DEALERs! 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ...... 

FOOD STOKES ............." ° i [ I ° 

AUTOMOTIVE OEALERS .........[.'] ^ ] ° '*' ' 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ,...,,'.'.',. °,','' ' 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES ....!.'!.'.*!! 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING EQUIPMENT STOREsI !!!][!] 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES .....,....]'° 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. . . I ! I ! .' ° I i i i ^ 

OTHER RETAIL STORES -.........' I ! 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* !].'!!!''''"' 



BINGHAMTON, N.Y.-PA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQU I P. 'deALERS I 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STOKFS ........!!!!!!! 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ..........[ I ° [ 1 ° ' ° " * 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ...... I [![ i [ j "' * 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. . . ! ! ^ ! ! 

FURNITURE HOME FURNISHINi; EQUIPMENT STORES ..!!!!!! 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES. ........ 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. ......!! i I ! I ' 

OTHER RETAIL STORES ...!!! 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* ..,! 1 i ''''"*' ° ' 



BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQU I P. 'dfALERS i 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ..... 

FOOD STORES !!!!!!!'[! 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ........![]] i ]][ ° [' * 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .'.'.'.',.',',', 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES .!]!!!! 

FURNITURE, HOME FUR. ISHING, EQUIPMENT STORES !!!!!!! 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES *,] 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. . . , . ! i * ] i ' [ ] ] 

OTHER RETAIL STORES ........!!!]![' 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* . . . ' 



BOISE CITY, IDAHO 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQU I P. 'dEa'lERs! 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES ....!!!' ° *' " 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS '.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.', 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS I ,'.,,'. , 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES , . ! ! I I 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING, EQUIPMENT STORES . . ! . ] i ! 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES !!!*'*' 

OTHER RETAIL STORES '.','.'. 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 0114 
66 
33 

2 on 
67 

11)8 
63 
6M 

2)3 
35 

105 
146 



715 
120 

91 
1479 
180 
1116 
1514 
187 
501 

75 
382 
122 



8114 
50 
18 
82 
57 

120 
147 
58 

165 
22 

112 
63 



62 6 
120 

75 
1)78 
161 
316 
)50 
137 
631 

65 
365 
128 



7614 
2 02 
162 
021 
293 
696 
321 
310 
697 
2 06 
609 
2147 



988 
53 
30 

101 
87 

152 
149 
72 

2 00 
2i| 

136 
811 



mi 


897 


u 


595 


20 


578 


314 


551 


214 


211 


12 


018 


S 


673 


6 


587 


9 


657 


^ 


921 


7 


1430 



386 252 

21 155 

143 14140 

101 181 

60 819 

30 1491 

214 026 

21 656 

19 1477 

IM 521 

26 8148 

14 336 



133 6114 

10 125 
114 175 
27 6140 
31 0914 

9 809 
8 006 
5 8148 

11 575 
14 8314 
8 732 
1 776 



373 858 
19 106 
«14 9148 
97 702 
70 630 
22 711 
16 388 

15 916 
27 271 

8 912 
33 319 

16 835 



768 891 

29 067 

103 610 

177 967 

173 391 

56 879 

50 785 

39 293 

38 936 

26 531 

56 193 

16 236 



151 201 

10 390 
18 178 
29 830 
31 169 

11 359 

7 213 

8 151 
10 160 

7 311 
1 1 179 
5 281 



661 
31 
20 

125 
12 
82 



135 
29 
82 
16 



81 

56 
307 
119 
277 
111 
111 
351 

52 
216 

71 



608 
29 
15 
51 
38 
91 
15 
52 

136 
11 



878 
23 
15 

117 
53 
79 
58 
58 

211 



875 
HI 
90 
560 
192 
101 
186 
181 
116 
132 
396 
171 



16 
58 
53 
81 
12 
13 
105 
16 
85 
11 



91 601 
3 067 
11 110 
22 771 
18 153 

6 671 

7 575 
5 251 
5 186 
1 227 
5 015 
1 315 



283 101 
15 911 
31 661 
65 368 
63 075 
2 57 
18 179 
18 111 
11 281 
9 67 1 
20 006 
3 205 



109 


517 


6 


886 


13 


367 


22 


362 


27 


215 


7 


253 




(D) 


5 


111 


9 


015 


2 


819 


6 


219 




(D) 


156 


718 


5 


981 


28 


921 


28 


069 


51 


212 


6 


186 


8 


115 


8 


953 


11 


211 


2 


191 


10 


167 


11 


809 



567 165 

18 831 

92 367 

101 991 

116 531 

31 086 

37 892 

31 018 

28 853 

15 617 

10 836 

11 090 



103 


600 


3 


772 


11 


615 


17 


215 


27 


123 


■V 


856 


6 


531 


5 


785 


6 


511 


5 


769 


7 


726 


2 


601 



383 
35 
13 
79 
25 
66 
11 
17 
78 
6 
23 
30 



900 
17 
35 

172 
61 

139 



150 
23 
136 



206 
21 
3 
28 
19 
29 



1 718 

97 

60 

331 

108 

237 

92 

79 

390 

16 

218 

88 



1 889 

01 

72 

161 

101 

292 

155 

126 

251 

71 

213 

73 



17 


293 


8 


528 


6 


138 


11 


783 


5 


758 


5 


311 


1 


098 


1 


336 


3 


811 




691 


2 


115 




358 



105 


118 


5 


511 


8 


776 


35 


813 


17 


711 


Q 


921 


5 


819 


3 


515 


5 


193 


1 


850 


6 


812 


1 


131 



23 


997 


3 


239 




808 


5 


278 


3 


619 


2 


556 




(0) 




107 


2 


530 


2 


0)5 


2 


513 




(D) 


217 


110 


13 


125 


16 


021 


69 


633 


36 


118 


16 


555 


7 


913 


6 


993 


16 


060 


6 


151 


22 


882 


5 


026 



201 726 

10 236 

11 223 
72 973 

21 663 

22 7 93 

12 893 
8 215 

10 083 
10 911 
15 357 
2 116 



17 


601 


6 


618 


5 


833 


12 


635 


1 


316 


5 


505 




712 


2 


366 


3 


616 


I 


512 


3 


753 


2 


677 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maioi group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-81 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(numtier) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establisli 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




BOSTON, MASS. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


21 689 

85 6 

617 

1 057 

819 

1 889 

1 758 

1 191 

1 056 

1 087 

1 256 

1 070 

! 115 
129 
61 
587 
176 
293 
235 
170 
610 
151 
581 
161 

1 113 
72 
36 

211 
89 

155 
88 
69 

215 
18 

515 
87 

1 262 

72 

55 
291 

65 
117 
102 

58 
216 

10 
186 

27 

11 655 
536 
220 

2 565 
157 

1 208 
713 
615 

5 058 
595 

1 600 
138 

5 135 
201 

62 
511 
191 
397 
191 
189 
692 

81 
127 
181 


3 972 87 5 
133 171 
561 205 
916 355 
587 500 
201 675 
266 931 
169 508 
315 501 
133 961 
161 961 
155 805 

197 512 
21 055 

56 281 
151 518 

82 211 

30 711 
58 895 

27 565 

57 255 
18 291 
10 555 

10 515 

215 118 

8 807 

25 087 

57 168 

31 928 
12 725 
12 928 

7 970 

11 115 
7 000 

21 987 

7 577 

150 109 

11 216 

15 788 
51 899 
18 211 

8 508 

16 602 

5 051 

6 275 
3 915 

12 075 
1 Oil 

1 675 205 

72 516 

212 592 

121 255 

321 529 

95 996 

98 821 

67 898 

116 890 

66 587 

106 991 

28 350 

138 688 
28 719 
50 862 

102 162 
90 325 

32 715 
25 998 

22 195 
32 021 
12 655 
31 595 

9 050 


6 910 
181 
182 

1 110 
115 
100 
678 
371 

1 523 
313 

1 591 
312 

I 792 

57 

55 

566 

102 

133 

150 

101 

576 

67 

527 

77 

72 9 
55 
26 

122 
58 
69 
69 
18 

115 
25 

110 
16 

1 001 
52 
17 

221 
58 

119 
96 
56 

161 
52 

139 
20 

''b 332 
173 

^•78 
"■l 298 
''159 
1401 
"^58 
'286 
''l 131 
■■191 
■770 
"■181 

1 120 

17 

21 

209 

73 
118 

73 

70 
280 

55 
110 

51 


1 239 

21 
251 
235 
108 

15 
107 

58 
119 

59 
173 

19 

258 
12 
31 
63 
36 
12 
21 
16 
20 
10 
23 
6 

135 

3 

23 

35 

19 

6 

11 

6 

5 

3 

13 

6 

118 
9 
11 
28 
17 
6 
16 

1 
3 
9 

■■701 
21 

?" 

"^51 
■■55 
■•68 
■•28 

■■11 

183 

9 

25 

39 

13 

11 

15 

10 

12 

5 

10 

2 


952 
156 
180 
588 
991 
160 
852 
172 
010 
111 
552 
077 

512 
112 
790 
570 
559 
711 
925 
161 
209 
105 
156 
850 

555 
28 3 
778 
051 
715 
180 
200 
817 
916 
7 52 
751 
087 

033 
630 
933 
699 
921 
997 
106 
(D) 
898 
565 
Oil 
(D) 

585 
912 
(0) 
508 
596 
877 
000 
671 
896 
152 
(D) 
192 

521 
til 
061 
520 
182 
218 
819 
676 
159 
121 
511 
180 


11 719 
672 

155 

2 617 

706 

1 189 

1 080 
825 

2 555 
711 

2 862 
758 

1 551 
72 
31 

221 
71 

160 
85 
66 

231 
61 

257 
87 

681 
39 
10 

11', 
51 
86 
19 
21 

100 
25 

175 
11 

258 
20 

8 
70 

7 
28 

6 

2 
55 

8 
17 

7 

"6 501 
365 
^112 

1 067 
^298 
"^807 
''385 

, ''329 

"^1 621 

^202 

^■251 

2 015 
157 

11 
505 
121 
279 
US 
119 
112 

19 
287 
127 


2 752 
117 
510 
710 
178 
158 
159 
111 
196 
91 
291 
101 

259 
U 
21 
67 
15 
18 
13 
10 
17 

7 
17 

3 

77 
5 

22 
15 

11 

12 

''973 
50 

■^260 

"■195 
''61 
■•17 

l^^ 
■^77 

■■58 
'11 

255 
19 
25 
62 
17 
21 
12 
11 
19 

7 
20 

6 


921 


52 


LUMBER, HJILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, TARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


018 
0,>5 


51 


FOOD STORES 


765 






506 






515 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


07 9 


57 
53 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHIMGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


556 

191 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


853 






609 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


72 5 




BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


000 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


913 
191 


51 


FOOD STORES 


718 






905 


55Pt!551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


050 




970 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


899 
Oil 


59PT(591 ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES . . 


888 


59 £X.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


117 


53 PART ' 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


665 




BROCKTON, MASS. 


565 


52 

55 PART* 

51 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* ... 

FOOD STORES . . 


521 
509 
151 






185 


55PT(551) 




515 






728 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


125 
227 


59Pr(591) 




268 


59 ex.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES . 


256 






290 




BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO, TEX. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


375 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 


616 
805 






200 


55 EX.551 




317 


55PT(55«) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS . 


511 


56 




196 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


(D) 
577 


59PT(591 ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


550 






029 


53 PART* 




(0) 




BUFFALO, N. Y. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


820 


52 

55 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


571 
(0) 


51 


FOOD STORES 


727 






935 


55PT(551) 
56 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


119 




821 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


221 
991 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


155 


59 EX.591 




(D) 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* . 


158 




CANTON, OHIO 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL . . 


161 


52 

55 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


258 
801 


51 




912 


55 Ex, 551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . ... 


111 


55PT{551) 
56 




528 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


1/9 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


819 
585 


59PT{591) 




509 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


H19 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 





Slandaid Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in tills table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



Revised. 



1-82 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL . . 


1 181 
79 
31 

161 
60 

181 
73 
69 

235 
32 

167 
87 

992 
76 
32 

108 
60 

139 
57 
69 

199 
33 

165 
51 

1 959 

59 

100 

199 

125 

233 

139 

112 

279 

75 

261 

77 

1 917 

82 

81 
166 

81 
275 
121 

88 
105 

58 
211 

76 

2 686 

91 
100 
536 
171 
138 
161 
111 
106 

86 
352 
181 

2 619 
105 
122 
565 
169 
373 
183 
153 
391 
93 
313 
122 


211 112 

15 013 
37 266 
13 382 

37 553 
17 959 

9 311 
11 550 
11 519 

7 815 

16 809 
2 502 

189 960 

11 916 
29 178 

38 510 

39 577 
13 633 

9 311 
7 958 

12 171 
■' 203 

15 Oil 

1 832 

217 613 

10 276 

13 981 
56 017 

17 118 
19 325 

15 786 
13 721 
13 171 

9 006 

16 311 

2 532 

307 579 
12 981 
50 527 
71 728 
63 636 
22 308 

16 831 
12 673 

17 505 

11 917 

19 171 
1 999 

181 998 

20 530 
65 721 

101 281 

109 060 

55 878 

28 071 

21 267 
26 782 

11 111 
"6 199 
16 056 

380 111 
19 838 
15 682 
90 190 
79 232 

29 300 

19 819 

18 788 

20 879 

12 289 
38 630 

5 767 


821 
37 
21 

HI 
12 

125 
63 
53 

161 
21 

121 
60 

592 
26 
19 
59 
39 
81 
17 
17 

108 
21 

105 
10 

916 
15 
32 

205 
19 
87 

101 
71 

110 
39 

112 
32 

902 
31 
28 

166 
16 

101 
86 
19 

197 
30 

127 
35 

1 826 

59 

59 

2 90 

117 

301 

119 

101 

307 

68 

250 

119 

1 138 

18 

53 

218 

105 

159 

116 

93 

263 

55 

229 

69 


171 129 

9 677 

31 339 

33 723 

33 037 

12 861 
8 723 

10 117 

11 590 

6 721 
11 159 

2 182 

137 513 

7 151 
27 329 

25 685 
27 282 

a 758 

8 631 
6 592 

8 579 

6 101 

10 725 
701 

137 169 

3 315 

26 278 
25 690 
29 773 

7 010 

11 750 

9 839 

6 918 
1 681 
9 911 
1 911 

193 096 

5 381 
38 853 

31 070 
51 2 97 
10 793 

13 971 

7 216 

10 781 

6 606 
13 513 

3 612 

393 178 

11 173 
59 579 
78 950 
92 322 
25 706 
25 395 
17 378 
20 101 

12 129 

32 761 
11 681. 

267 199 
15 651 
31 879 
15 533 
68 161 
11 972 
11 158 

15 218 

16 290 

7 161 
29 770 

5 073 


357 
12 
10 
50 
18 
59 
10 
16 
71 
8 
13 
27 

100 
50 
13 
19 
21 
58 
10 
22 
91 
12 
60 
11 

1 013 
11 
68 

291 
76 

116 
35 
11 

139 
36 

119 
15 

1 015 
18 
53 

300 
38 

171 
35 
39 

208 
28 
61 
11 

860 
32 
11 

216 
57 

131 
32 
37 
99 
18 

102 
62 

1 181 
57 
69 

317 
61 

211 
67 
60 

128 
38 

111 
53 


39 683 
5 736 
2 927 
9 659 
1 516 
5 098 
591 

1 133 

2 929 
1 121 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUI P. DEALERS. . 


51 


FOOD STORES 


55 EX.551 




55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .... 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES . 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES ..... 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES . . „ 


5 650 
320 

52 117 
7 792 

1 319 


53 PART* 






CHAMPAIGN-URBANA, ILL. 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


51 


FOOD STORES 


12 855 
12 295 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


55PT(551) 






56 




707 
1 366 
1 162 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


1- 102 
1 286 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


1 128 




CHARLESTON, S.C. 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


6 961 


51 


FOOD STORES 


30 357 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 




55PT(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


12 285 


56 






57 

58 
59PT(591) 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES . ..... 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


3 882 
6 526 
1 325 


59 EX.591 






53 PART* 


NONSTOSE RETAILERS* 


621 




CHARLESTON, W. VA. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL . 


111 183 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


7 597 
11 671 


51 


FOOD STORES 


13 658 


55 EX. 551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


12 339 


55PT(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


11 515 


56 




2 863 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


5 157 

6 721 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


5 311 


59 EX.591 




5 958 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* ... 


1 337 




CHARLOTTE, N.C. 


91 820 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


6 357 
6 115 


51 


FOOD STORES 


22 331 


55 EX.551 




16 738 


55PT(551) 




10 172 


56 




2 67 9 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


3 889 
6 678 


59Pt(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


2 015 


59 EX.591 




13 138 


53 PART* 




1 375 




CHATTANOOGA, TENN.-GA. 


1 132 215 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


1 181 
10 803 


51 




11 657 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


11 071 


55PT(551) 




11 328 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


5 391 


57 
53 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRIiJKING PLACES 


3 510 
1 589 


59PT(591) 




5 123 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


8 860 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


691 



'Nonsloie letaileis, part of SIC major group 53, aie shown separately In this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-83 



TABLE 12 standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.i^M 

55Pr(55'4) 

56 

57 

56 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

514 

55 EX. 55" 

55PT(55"l) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PAST* 

5<1 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

bU 

55 LX.551 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(55"4) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5"4 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



CHICAGOi ILL. 

RETAIL TRADE 1 TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETART STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

CINCINNATli OHIO-KY.- IND. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ..... 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* ... 

CLEVELAND! OHIO 

RETAIL TRADE I TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* ..... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ..... 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

COLORADO SPRINGSi COLO. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL . . 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* ............ 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES ...... 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES ... 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES . 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

COLUMBIA! S.C. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL . 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATIKGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



COLUMBUSi GA.-ALA. 
RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL ................ 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES . 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES . 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



49 601 
2 176 
1 352 
8 739 

1 636 
fl UOl 
"4 1413 

2 4490 
12 581 

1 925 
7 335 

2 756 



1 293 

65 

29 

121 

1144 

212 

73 

80 

263 

446 

235 

55 



9 889 061 
312 979 

1 327 2044 

2 1441 957 
1 585 821 

5441 078 
653 509 
379 997 
860 259 
396 775 
712 277 
977 205 



10 623 


1 650 885 


50 44 


77 720 


271 


2443 4488 


2 372 


4413 6448 


4488 


292 318 


1 129 


122 27U 


609 


744 201 


526 


77 981 


2 390 


1445 131 


4416 


61 763 


I 379 


10 U 866 


7 39 


37 4495 


15 191 


2 715 566 


698 


1144 2544 


356 


448U 555 


3 296 


672 925 


585 


503 998 


1 625 


180 862 


1 04144 


131 2447 


821 


108 680 


3 607 


233 151 


5442 


97 578 


1 887 


144q 6344 


730 


443 682 



212 327 

15 4427 
23 5244 
442 880 
UO 612 
19 795 
13 202 
12 859 

15 932 
7 502 

16 986 
3 608 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



2 183 


293 3444 


85 


15 2044 


103 


443 787 


5341 


60 152 


123 


67 4173 


333 


25 1417 


118 


17 810 


109 


12 667 


289 


15 316 


644 


7 961 


315 


22 378 


no 


5 4449 


1 730 


229 498 


4444 


9 197 


50 


30 819 


4415 


48 20 5 


130 


53 656 


2445 


19 967 


107 


15 338 


107 


12 573 


260 


12 912 


U7 


6 862 


2440 


14 911 


85 


5 058 


(X) Notappl 


cable. 



29 775 
1 002 

725 
5 945 

699 

1 876 

2 831 
1 386 
8 018 
I 225 
4 557 
1 511 



950 
44 
24 
87 
88 

143 
61 
68 

182 
37 

177 
39 



1 091 
31 
48 

192 
68 

132 
88 
74 

173 
40 

190 
55 



1 247 
36 
31 

249 
97 

182 
85 
92 

197 
35 

188 
55 



5 630 939 
1 1 3 890 
697 545 

1 123 809 
776 909 
239 842 
413 062 
234 193 
532 157 
223 572 
446 006 
829 954 



4 555 


799 748 


155 


24 075 


102 


161 270 


1 111 


162 560 


167 


156 058 


379 


47 468 


327 


48 748 


205 


38 536 


1 073 


70 102 


192 


28 234 


601 


46 323 


243 


16 374 


8 177 


1 278 144 


323 


48 571 


163 


250 136 


2 068 


278 978 


288 


214 719 


692 


68 658 


529 


69 706 


394 


64 235 


2 227 


133 820 


274 


45 070 


9 37 


76 003 


282 


28 248 



167 435 

11 846 

12 110 
35 191 
35 750 
14 217 

11 731 

12 141 
11 537 

6 211 

13 369 
3 332 



197 


583 


5 


717 


36 


020 


27 


092 


57 


00 3 


12 


002 


14 


882 


9 


208 


9 


692 


5 


282 


16 


246 


4 


437 


191 


214 


7 


337 


27 


648 


33 


141 


50 


721 


15 


598 


13 


091 




(D) 


10 


085 


6 


015 


12 


25? 




(D) 



20 029 

1 174 
627 

2 794 
9 37 

2 525 
1 582 

1 104 
4 563 

700 

2 778 
1 245 



343 
21 
5 
34 
26 
69 
12 
12 
81 
9 
58 
16 



1 092 
54 
55 

342 
55 

201 
30 
36 

116 
24 

125 
55 



483 

8 

19 

166 
33 
63 
22 
15 
63 
12 
52 
30 



4 258 122 
199 089 
629 659 

1 018 148 
808 912 
301 2 36 
240 447 
145 804 
328 102 
173 203 
266 271 
147 251 



6 268 


851 137 


349 


53 645 


169 


82 218 


1 261 


251 088 


321 


136 260 


750 


74 806 


282 


2b 453 


321 


39 445 


1 317 


75 029 


224 


33 529 


778 


58 543 


496 


21 121 


7 014 


1 437 422 


375 


65 683 


193 


234 419 


1 228 


393 947 


297 


289 279 


933 


112 204 


515 


61 541 


427 


44 445 


1 380 


99 331 


268 


52 508 


950 


66 631 


448 


15 434 



44 


692 


3 


581 


11 


414 


7 


689 


4 


862 


5 


578 


1 


471 




718 


4 


395 


1 


291 


3 


617 




276 



95 


761 


9 


487 


7 


767 


33 


060 


10 


470 


13 


145 


2 


928 


3 


459 


5 


624 


2 


679 


6 


130 


1 


012 


38 


284 


1 


860 


3 


171 


15 


064 


2 


935 


4 


369 


2 


247 




(D) 


2 


827 




847 


2 


659 




(D) 



1-84 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



62 

53 PART* 

5« 

55 i:x.55H 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5H 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(55") 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5<1 

55 EX.55M 

55PT(55H) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

63 PART* 



S2 

553 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55'4) 

56 

57 

5S 

59PT(591) 

69 EX.591 

53 PART* 



62 

53 PART* 

5« 

55 rx.55<l 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

56 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX. 55") 

55PT(55'I) 

56 

57 

58 

69PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

63 PART* 



COLUMBUSi OHIO 

RETAIL TRADE 1 TOTAL 

LUKBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* ... 

FOOD STORES ° 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS' » ..... 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGSt EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGf DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES ... 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* . . 



CORPUS CHRIST I . TEX. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL ................ 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDV;aRE i FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* ............ 

FOOD STORES ............. 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLIUr. SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES . » 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES ...... 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES . 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES ... 

OTHER RETAIL STORES . . ....... 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



DALLAS. TEX. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . 

FOOD STORES .......... ....... 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ...... 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES . 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES ..... 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES . . . 

OTHER RETAIL STORES . 

NON'STORE RETAILERS* 



DAVENPORT-ROCK I SLAND-MOL I NE . IOWA-ILL. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL .... 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FDOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ..... 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES .......... 

FURNITURE. HOME FURN I SH I MJi. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



DAYTON. OHIO 

RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL. MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

ASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHEIi RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



DECATUR. ILL. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL, MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



5 811 
2S9 
111 
9711 
315 
838 
265 
327 

1 325 
216 
7 32 
if! 



1 909 

76 



57 
313 
111 
271 

69 
106 
131 

65 
286 

70 



082 
195 

93 
393 
176 
395 
163 
188 
777 

93 
H15 
161 



137 
305 
131 
875 
315 
761 
216 
317 
186 
190 
722 
356 



1 010 
62 
10 

118 
85 

137 
55 
52 

212 
22 



115 085 

61 762 

161 512 

252 517 

226 159 

86 131 

17 103 

56 366 

95 117 

39 250 

66 910 

26 923 



261 066 

16 116 
35 283 
61 259 
56 667 
19 012 
12 035 
12 786 

17 179 
6 319 

19 156 
2 895 



9 917 


1 809 


017 


110 


79 


773 


350 


253 


501 


1 176 


390 


262 


769 


111 


660 


1 500 


129 


020 


693 


106 


32 


629 


72 


Oil 


1 717 


116 


10 6 


281 


65 


717 


1 197 


136 


631 


562 


19 


109 



190 


566 


33 


681 


76 


729 


101 


386 


93 


351 


31 


698 


19 


511 


21 


861 


13 


211 


17 


169 


38 


911 


7 


862 


993 


671 


52 


151 


151 


666 


231 


092 


192 


9 32 


78 


BIB 


12 


081 


17 


077 


79 


950 


31 


113 


5U 


016 


22 


109 



179 368 

10 666 
27 630 
36 729 

11 619 
11 618 

120 

9 060 

!1 300 



Standaid Notes: - Represents zeio. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstoie letailers. part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



136 
71 



(X) Not applicable. 



711 
191 
221 



826 
162 
89 
676 
206 
190 
180 
212 
973 
119 
178 
20 9 



1 601 

50 

52 

230 

120 

200 

76 

96 

311 

55 

216 

66 



6 391 
220 
190 
867 
186 
818 
118 
10 6 

1 267 
163 

1 091 
378 



1 691 

60 

51 

217 

98 

212 

113 

125 

115 

61 

219 

93 



203 
72 
30 

386 
91 

256 
97 

111 

611 
80 

293 

133 



811 
15 
31 
!9 
78 
97 
52 
12 

161 
22 

120 
51 



790 375 

36 69 3 

159 857 

111 298 

176 811 

53 908 

30 267 

10 338 

69 313 

26 108 

10 669 

16 680 



227 003 

10 855 
31 611 
53 010 
51 176 
13 550 

11 202 
11 199 
11 875 

7 231 
15 768 
2 863 



288 155 

16 196 

202 372 

211 502 

293 552 

61 111 

71 686 

61 133 

91 770 

16 Oil 

109 175 

13 979 



332 


133 


11 


966 


61 


276 


66 


637 


66 


35 


21 


615 


15 


215 


16 


699 


25 


633 


12 


381 


19 


396 


5 


332 


170 


991 


13 


106 


101 


231 


SB 


111 


95 


670 


28 


092 


21 


767 


23 


378 


11 


121 


11 


56 3 


25 


152 


15 


600 



161 250 

1 922 

27 539 

31 110 

10 651 

8 886 

6 326 

6 571 

13 076 

5 711 

10 263 

1 938 



I 965 
127 
52 
298 
107 
318 
105 
115 
352 
69 
251 
158 



106 
26 
6 
63 
21 
71 
11 
12 
90 
10 
70 
1 



3 523 
220 
162 
60 9 
263 
652 
215 
221 
150 
101 
10 3 
181 



1 366 
136 

12 
176 

78 
183 

50 

63 
362 

32 
196 

71 



231 
233 
101 
190 
221 
506 
119 
20 3 
675 
102 
129 
223 



196 
37 

6 
29 

7 
10 

3 
10 
31 



351 710 

25 069 
21 685 

111 219 
19 315 
31 226 
16 636 
16 030 

26 071 
13 812 
26 Oil 
11 313 



37 


063 




291 




6 39 


11 


219 




191 




162 




633 




267 




601 




116 




387 




32 



520 892 

33 575 

51 129 

115 760 

118 098 

11 576 

31 316 

17 681 

23 635 

19 703 

27 059 

5 130 



156 


133 


16 


729 


11 


151 


32 


719 


27 


319 


13 


053 


1 


96 


6 


262 


17 


608 


6 


086 


19 


515 


2 


530 


522 


680 


39 


318 


63 


135 


115 


981 


97 


262 


50 


756 


17 


317 


23 


699 


38 


629 


16 


550 


32 


591 


6 


909 



16 


136 


6 


9 31 




91 


5 


619 




766 


2 


7 32 




92 




106 


1 


222 




911 




263 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-85 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder 


of SMSA 




SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 




DENVER, COLO. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL „ ... . 


7 860 
379 
209 
930 
508 

1 171 
112 
510 

1 577 
315 

1 303 
513 

2 215 
137 

18 
271 
128 
331 
118 
112 
501 

85 
301 
117 

29 337 

1 319 

587 

5 651 
1 295 

3 713 
1 766 
1 181 

6 111 

1 113 
3 166 

2 169 

810 
60 
22 

100 
15 

107 
37 
32 

222 
11 

129 
12 

2 528 
112 

91 
139 
139 
309 
165 
132 
586 

63 
368 

91 

I 068 
23 
38 

263 
61 

115 
68 
65 

112 
29 

118 
61 


1 533 263 
83 059 
221 551 
326 113 
300 959 
108 051 

70 703 

71 263 
123 589 

66 089 
107 956 

17 992 

111 223 
21 105 
63 959 
91 651 
81 160 
29 659 

21 025 

18 601 

26 821 
13 969 

27 318 
15 599 

5 393 021 
170 365 
833 027 
1 236 927 
1 218 331 
362 960 
293 679 
219 299 
395 279 
231 955 
275 103 
132 799 

111 780 
10 118 

20 111 
23 891 
17 120 

6 159 
3 726 
1 131 

8 039 
3 616 

10 756 
1 172 

318 006 
15 921 
31 563 
78 711 
55 156 

22 656 

23 286 

11 100 

21 339 

9 908 
25 723 
13 137 

119 353 

6 180 
20 753 
33 036 
31 711 

11 222 
10 539 

8 261 

7 791 

1 328 

12 652 

2 517 


1 131 
113 
92 
506 
235 
510 
i17 
253 
933 
191 
710 
279 

1 655 
105 

10 
225 
113 
267 
HI 
119 
112 

78 
258 
127 

11 206 
196 
217 

3 080 
518 

1 516 
802 
613 

3 666 
589 

1 616 

1 033 

511 
21 
9 
79 
31 
73 
31 
26 

113 
10 
89 
32 

1 321 
66 
39 

218 
75 

177 
96 
80 

291 
37 

183 
51 

859 
20 
30 

198 
18 

107 
82 
57 

123 
28 

120 
16 


857 090 

10 109 

136 760 

153 811 

157 186 

51 162 

17 596 

17 110 

75 557 

36 162 

66 221 

10 163 

363 911 
15 562 
63 687 
73 153 
71 837 
23 768 
20 358 
17 057 
23 616 
13 072 
23 182 

15 352 

2 303 323 
51 122 
310 089 
502 791 
579 817 
150 326 
120 383 
88 506 

202 351 
101 210 
131 207 

62 186 

86 750 
1 751 

19 183 

20 573 
13 668 

5 791 
3 267 
3 313 

5 809 
3 110 

6 113 
962 

203 317 

7 255 
25 067 

11 731 
(D) 

13 776 

16 211 
(D) 

16 061 

6 228 

15 617 

11 155 

138 132 

6 213 
20 215 
30 099 
28 957 

9 292 

10 252 

7 166 
7 075 

(D) 

11 861 
(D) 


3 72 9 
2 36 
117 
122 
273 
631 
195 
257 
611 
121 
593 
231 

360 
32 

8 
16 
15 
67 

7 
23 
92 

7 
13 
20 

15 131 
82 3 
310 

2 571 
777 

2 167 
961 
868 

2 778 
551 

1 850 

1 136 

266 

39 

13 

21 

11 

31 

6 

6 

79 

1 

10 

10 

1 201 
76 
55 

221 
61 

132 
69 
52 

292 
26 

160 
37 

209 

3 

8 

70 

13 

38 

6 

6 

19 

1 

26 

15 


676 

12 

85 

172 

113 

56 

23 

26 

16 

29 

39 

7 

17 

5 

18 
6 
5 

1 

3 

1 

3 069 
119 
522 
731 
638 
232 
173 
130 
192 
130 

25 
5 
1 
3 
3 
2 

1 

2 

1 

111 

8 

9 

33 

9 

7 

8 
3 
9 
1 

11 

2 

2 
1 


173 


52 


LUMBER, BUlLDII.Ci MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EflUIP. DEALERS. . 


650 
791 


51 


FOOD STORES 


33? 






773 


55PT(551) 
56 


GAbOLIfJE SERVICE STATIONS 


5R9 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES, . 


11? 


57 
58 


FURNITURL, HOME FURNIbHlNSS, EOUIPMCNT '.TORFS 


723 
032 


59Pr(591) 
59 EX.591 




607 




73? 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* ,,,.,, 


n?9 


52 

53 PART* 
51 


DES MOINES, IOWA 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS, . 
liCNEKAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. , . . . 


279 
813 
272 
201 


55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . ,....., 


313 
891 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITlfRE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ....... 


667 
517 
205 


59PT(59l) 
59 EX, 591 


L'RUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. c.,.. 


897 


OTHER RETAIL STORES , 


166 






217 




DETROIT, MICH, 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL ,,., 


701 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORFS* 


213 
938 


51 


FOOD STORES. ,..,., . 


133 






181 


55PT(551) 
56 




631 


APPAREL, ACrESSORY STORES 


296 


57 
56 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES, ,. ,, 


793 
928 


59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. ... 


715 




- 


5} PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* , 


- 




DUBUQUE, IOWA 
RETAII TRADE, TOTAL , , 


030 


52 

53 PART* 

51 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS, , 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROLIP STORES* 

FOOD STORES , 


367 
261 
321 


55 EX.551 




152 


55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT{591) 

59 EX.591 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ,„ 


IBS 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES , . , , , 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES , . , . . 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES ,.,,.... 


161 
121 
230 
176 
613 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* .....> •. 


510 




DULUTH-SUPERIOR, MINN. 


659 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


669 
196 


51 


FOOD STORES , 


983 






(D) 


55PT(551) 




060 


56 

57 
58 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES ,,....,. 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS EQUIPMENT STORES ........ 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES .,,,,..... 


012 
(D) 
275 


59Pr(591) 




680 


59 EX.591 




906 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


682 




DURHAM, N.C. 


221 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMUER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


237 

508 


51 


FOOD STORES 


937 






737 


55PT(551) 




930 


56 
57 

58 
59PT(591) 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY SCORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES , ..,.,,, 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. . 


237 
7 95 
716 
(D) 
791 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS*. , . ....,,.. 


(C) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-86 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of tiusiness 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 




($1,000) 




380 


228 


11 


332 


70 


896 


76 


203 


80 


nui 


21 


135 


32 


«63 


22 


836 


21 


918 


11 


158 


22 


12U 


6 


716 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 t:x,551 

55PT(55M) 

56 

57 

58 

59Pr(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551)) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT{591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



EL P**SO, TEX. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMOER, auILDIhG MATERIALS, HARDVMRE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 

GEtJERAL MERCHAtJDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . 

GASOLlfJE SERVICE STATIONS. ................ 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. ................ 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ...... 

EATING, DRlfJXlNG PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. ... 

OTHER RETAIL STORES. ............. 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. .... ...... 



ERIE, PA. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. . . . . 

LUMUER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDV^ARE , FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 

GENERAL MERCHAtJDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES. . 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS .... . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. . . 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES . . . 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES. ... 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



EUGENE, OREC. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. . 

LUMBER, OUILDirjG MATERIALS, HARDVMRE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ............ 

FOOD STORES . . 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ... .......... 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ................ 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. ................ 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMEtJT STORES. ...... 

EATING, DRIt4KItJG PLACES. ................. 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES. ........... 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



EVANSVILLE, IND.-KY. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. 

LUMOER, BUILDII4G MATERIALS, HARDWARE 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. .... . 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FALL RIVER, MASS.-R.l, 



FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 



FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE 

GENERAL MERCHAtJDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

ERUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE HETAILEKS* 



FARGO-MOORHEAD, N. DAK. -MINN. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMOER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



227 

68 

92 

105 

153 

289 

168 

111 

502 

61 

297 

78 



379 
133 

51 
167 
110 
283 
171 
118 
535 

61 
301 
113 



I 168 

75 

13 

-■236 

127 

226 
72 
88 

275 
12 

219 
62 



111 
119 

68 
361 
113 
322 
111 
105 
137 

63 
305 
107 



1 195. 
52 

36 
312 

79 
112 
109 

72 
2 95 

16 
275 

17 



985 
101 

10 
128 

50 
117 

58 

16 
208 

31 
163 

10 



313 701 

17 180 

36 128 

78 838 

60 178 

23 589 

21 210 

12 529 

21 709 

9 631 

21 871 

7 232 



267 019 

15 816 
29 299 

"■60 891 
63 162 

20 561 
9 112 

12 185 

16 811 
9 12 3 

21 957 
1 879 



290 783 
18 593 
39 111 
61 921 



51 325 I 




21 992 




21 131 




12 633 




21 733 




12 119 




17 861 




5 798 




161 860 




7 968 




13 926 




11 376 




22 216 




9 999 




15 766 




12 909 




12 638 




5 650 




15 697 




3 263 




167 870 




22 718 




11 819 




2 9 592 




35 001 




12 177 




9 606 




9 125 




11 866 




5 917 




13 518 




3 211 





57 

83 
367 
112 
261 
163 
113 
150 

55 
277 

76 



1 310 
50 
29 

309 
53 

121 

105 
77 

315 
35 

182 
61 



699 

28 

20 

''88 

76 

105 
16 
50 

118 
18 

125 
22 



1 396 

62 

11 

215 

102 

201 

77 

71 

300 

19 

196 

79 



1 131 
35 
31 

272 
11 
91 
98 
61 

2 05 
39 

207 
39 



22 
65 
31 
82 
53 
35 

110 
18 

129 
33 



360 155 

8 509 

70 061 

72 131 

75 315 

19 886 

32 132 

(D) 

2 1 12 3 

10 821 

(D) 

6 710 



2 02 627 

9 601 

30 532 

51 155 

39 105 

9 862 

11 516 

10 178 

12 150 
5 955 

11 563 
1 107 



176 538 

7 862 
25 212 

■■Sl 152 
50 625 
10 738 

8 061 

9 607 

10 505 
5 838 

11 503 
971 



219 556 

9 170 

(D) 

15 325 

39 181 

17 671 

18 330 
9 606 

17 163 

10 195 

10 999 

(D) 



132 111 

1 619 

13 892 

33 193 

17 215 

7 007 

11 870 

12 057 

8 388 
1 658 

13 021 
3 191 



133 326 

12 726 

13 779 
23 653 
28 602 

9 181 
(D) 
8 013 
6 183 
5 055 
(D) 
2 937 



163 
11 

9 
38 
11 
26 

5 

1 
52 

6 
20 

2 



1 039 
83 
25 

158 
87 

159 
66 
11 

220 
26 

122 



769 
17 
23 

118 
51 

121 
26 
38 

157 
21 
91 
10 



718 
57 
21 

119 
11 

121 
31 
31 

137 
11 

109 
28 



361 
17 

2 
70 
35 
18 
11 

8 
90 



363 
60 
18 
63 
19 
35 
5 
II 
98 
13 
31 



20 073 

2 82 3 
812 

3 769 
5 132 
1 219 

331 
(D) 
3 195 
331 
(D) 
6 



111 071 
7 876 

5 896 
27 383 
21 073 
13 727 

6 691 

2 351 
9 259 

3 679 
10 311 

2 825 



86 


655 


7 


951 


1 


057 


29 


739 


12 


537 


9 


82 6 


1 


381 


2 


878 


6 


339 


3 


585 


7 


151 




905 



71 


227 


9 


123 




(D) 


19 


596 


12 


111 


7 


318 


3 


101 


3 


227 


1 


570 


1 


651 


6 


865 




(0) 



32 


119 


3 


319 




31 


10 


883 


5 


003 


2 


992 




896 




652 


1 


150 




992 


2 


876 




92 



31 


511 


10 


022 


1 


070 


5 


939 


6 


399 


2 


996 




(0) 


1 


112 


3 


683 




662 




(0) 




301 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicalile. 



Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-87 



TABLE 12. 



Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 



SIC 
code 



52 

ti PART* 

5il 

55 tX.55U 

55PT(55il) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(t91) 

59 ex. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55M 

55PT(55t) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 tx.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 E«.55U 

55PT(55"I) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX,55y 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

50 

55 EX.5511 

55PT(55"l) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591 

59PT(591) 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5« 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55a; 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



r ITCHBURG-LEOMINSTERi MASS- 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMflL^i BUILDING HATIR I ALS t HARDWARE i FARM CQU 1 P . DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FLINT, MICH. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FORT LAUDLRDALE-HOLLYWOOD, FLA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FORT SMITH, ARK.-OKLA. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FORT WAYNE, I ND . 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FORT WORTH, TEX. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . ■ 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES • 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



892 

11 

32 

126 

71 

97 

73 

50 

161 

32 

150 

511 



«31 
212 
109 
50 5 
216 
112 
211 
201 
615 
128 
113 
316 



111 
163 
116 
622 
278 
5 38 
379 
323 
711 
135 
719 
221 



1 176 

79 

86 

27 3 

117 

2 38 

66 

72 

278 

16 

188 

33 



1 802 
120 
19 
195 
131 
261 
111 
125 
351 
75 
261 
120 



170 
223 
223 
711 
556 
851 
257 
252 
970 
119 
706 
272 



Sales 
($1,000) 



119 838 

6 716 
II 919 
32 263 
19 373 

7 176 

8 229 
n 731 

9 166 
3 707 

15 063 

1 175 



619 995 

33 057 

72 905 

113 978 

116 865 

17 831 
31 893 
31 770 
39 286 
21 831 
29 088 

18 196 



617 213 
19 038 
67 651 
159 910 
135 915 
15 710 
31 690 
38 989 
61 055 
23 616 
19 611 
10 735 



176 911 

20 79 

21 511 

37 609 

38 185 
13 116 

7 179 

8 378 
8 217 
1 851 

12 391 

1 825 



367 912 

19 Oil 

,56 392 

76 681 

75 508 

26 978 
23 666 
15 960 

27 591 
13 161 
23 926 

8 7 39 



852 363 

38 127 

153 113 

197 119 

185 788 

61 391 

31 131 

27 628 

53 957 

30 786 

16 191 

26 196 



Central cities 



Establisli' 
ments 

(number) 



761 
36 
26 

112 
61 
78 
69 
11 

129 
29 

123 



1 870 

81 

19 

257 

121 

221 

136 

127 

382 

77 

230 

181 



063 

77 

55 

226 

118 

200 

266 

170 

361 

71 

39 3 

93 



766 
11 
33 
89 
71 

101 
17 
52 

161 
23 

121 
23 



1 397 

70 

36 

165 

98 

177 

105 

106 

285 

61 

213 

78 



3 385 
126 
150 
116 
366 
501 
161 
163 
695 
93 
511 
161 



Sales 
($1,000) 



109 306 

6 311 

11 677 

30 166 

17 CIS 

6 111 

6 119 

1 109 

6 86 3 

3 112 

13 705 

1 092 



369 690 
11 397 
61 166 
81 023 
89 571 

25 378 
21 816 

26 121 
21 601 
16 108 
19 571 
13 297 



361 023 
9 707 
55 113 
57 381 
93 396 
17 539 

26 715 

27 730 
31 360 
11 358 
26 379 

1 312 



17 


209 


16 


111 


19 


578 


23 


131 


21 


39 


6 


726 




(D) 




(D) 


6 


812 




(D) 


7 


256 




(D) 



"' 311 611 
10 613 
55 296 
67 025 
67 610 
18 728 

22 097 
13 166 

23 765 
12 197 
18 885 

6 218 



622 981 

27 178 

129 662 

121 137 

139 375 

38 662 

23 959 

20 582 

10 056 

20 962 

31 IIP 

23 970 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



138 
5 
6 
13 
13 
19 



1 561 
131 

60 
216 
126 
216 

73 

77 
263 

51 
163 
132 



2 076 

66 

61 

296 

130 

336 

113 

153 

380 

61 

326 

131 



711 
38 
53 

181 
16 

137 
19 
20 

117 
23 
61 
10 



106 
60 
13 
30 
33 
81 
9 
19 
66 
11 
18 
12 



97 

73 

265 

190 

317 

93 

89 

275 

56 

192 

106 



Sales 

($1,000) 



10 532 
375 
272 

1 787 

2 325 

1 332 

80 
322 

2 30 3 
295 

1 358 
63 



2 30 30 5 
16 660 

21 7 37 
59 955 
57 261 

22 156 

7 017 
5 316 

11 681 

8 126 

9 511 
5 199 



283 220 
9 331 

12 638 
102 666 

12 619 

28 201 
7 915 

II 259 

29 695 
9 266 

23 135 
6 123 



59 7 36 
3 968 

1 933 
11 178 
17 116 

6 691 
(D) 
(D) 

2 105 
(D) 

5 138 
(D) 



53 


331 


6 


101 


1 


097 


9 


656 


7 


896 


8 


250 


1 


659 


2 


802 


3 


839 


1 


267 


5 


Oil 


3 


521 



229 382 

11 219 
23 781 
72 682 
16 113 
22 709 

7 175 

7 016 

13 901 

9 621 

12 076 
2 226 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Widiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



Revised. 



1-88 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1.0001 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.55H 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX. 5514 

55PT(55a) 

56 

57 

56 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

m 

55 EX. 55a 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5« 

55 EX. 551 

55Pt(55')) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

5S 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



FRESNO I CALIF. 



RETAIL TRADE I TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SCRVtCE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



GADSDEN. ALA. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



GALVESTON-TEXAS CITY. TEX. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



GARY-HAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



GRAND RAPIDS. MICH. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



GREAT FALLS. MONT. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES • 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



697 
191 
108 
558 
258 
536 
252 
229 
771 
89 
515 
151 



906 
33 
13 

221 
89 

117 
51 
18 
93 
35 
88 
50 



221 
71 

182 
83 
68 

395 
52 

217 
61 



1 385 
218 
108 
7 35 
2 32 
582 
327 
228 

1 021 
158 
586 
157 



3 996 

261 
123 
598 
306 
620 
211 
292 
600 
117 
555 
250 



651 
30 
23 
91 
10 
98 
39 
33 

16? 
18 



610 922 
11 298 
65 007 
137 509 
118 762 
17 823 
33 191 
31 838 
38 027 
21 106 
58 731 
11 30 5 



98 


155 


6 


881 


11 


799 


21 


659 


23 


381 


8 


189 


5 


5 36 


1 


717 


3 


392 


3 


612 


1 


112 


1 


911 



163 239 

7 121 
11 350 
19 558 
27 511 
13 315 
11 909 

6 171 
13 778 

6 717 
13 189 

1 957 



766 310 

11 36 
107 250 
200 301 
130 130 

61 130 

12 800 
33 132 
56 810 
25 566 

13 117 
21 103 



663 398 

10 613 
80 2 32 

160 059 
110 121 
55 201 
30 981 
36 910 
35 171 
25 131 

11 692 
13 681 



26 


899 


8 


396 


16 


523 


27 


625 


28 


159 


8 


356 


6 


189 


6 


823 


1 1 


806 


1 


518 


b 


7 37 


1 


167 



1 818 

71 

11 

231 

112 

237 

116 

116 

381 

15 

301 

69 



617 
21 



119 
61 
77 
15 
37 
66 
27 
70 



980 
28 
25 

117 
15 
98 
71 
18 

281 
39 

161 
31 



653 
119 

61 
178 
116 
313 
230 
118 
655 

91 
359 

80 



1 817 

65 

53 

303 

103 

219 

116 

159 

309 

81 

279 

110 



531 
21 
19 
79 
35 
82 
J7 
32 

115 
15 
60 
33 



371 227 

20 891 
51 819 
66 660 
82 615 

22 771 
26 632 

21 319 

23 081 
13 191 
31 129 

5 083 



78 


190 


1 


929 


11 


286 


16 


731 


22 


062 


1 


613 


5 


181 


1 


378 


2 


566 


2 


166 


3 


227 




997 



121 511 

1 230 

10 038 
31 012 
23 305 

8 827 

11 211 
5 931 

9 589 
1 995 

10 599 

1 681 



192 997 

18 089 

85 517 

117 630 

62 211 

31 150 

31 531 

21 631 

35 580 

16 511 

28 722 

15 362 



322 538 
11 728 
18 226 
68 271 
63 991 
21 920 
18 311 
21 513 
18 106 
11 092 
21 130 
9 217 



119 


238 


7 


669 


15 


926 


26 


310 


27 


783 


7 


501 




(D) 




(D) 


9 


391 




(D) 


6 


026 


1 


223 



1 879 
123 

61 
321 
116 
299 
101 

83 
393 

11 
211 

85 



13 
60 
25 
70 
6 
11 
27 



18 
22 



171 
25 
17 
77 
29 
81 
12 
20 

111 
13 
56 
27 



1 732 
129 

17 
257 
116 
269 

97 

80 
369 

61 
227 

77 



2 119 
179 

70 
295 
20 3 
371 
125 
133 
291 

66 
276 
110 



236 695 
23 107 

10 188 
70 819 
36 137 
25 019 

6 862 

7 519 

11 916 
10 911 
21 602 

6 222 



9 


965 


1 


955 




511 


8 


128 


1 


299 


3 


516 




355 




339 




821 


1 


176 




915 




917 



38 


698 


3 


191 


1 


312 


15 


516 


1 


116 


1 


518 




665 




513 


1 


189 


1 


752 


2 


590 




276 



27 3 313 
22 917 
21 703 
82 671 
18 216 
30 280 
8 269 

8 801 
21 260 

9 027 
11 125 

5 711 



310 860 

25 685 

32 006 

91 788 

76 127 

30 281 

12 673 

15 367 

17 365 

II 339 

23 562 

1 161 



661 
527 
597 
315 
376 
852 
(D) 
(D) 
115 
(D) 
711 
211 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-89 



TABLE 12 standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 




GREEM BAY, WIS. 


1 372 

ao 

35 
178 

66 
11)6 

76 

a7 

117 
31 

181 
72 

2 319 

83 
113 
1175 
127 
3U11 
157 
158 
335 

62 
309 
186 

2 472 

93 
129 
U86 
2t6 
377 
162 
122 
316 

85 
3111 
115 

1 621 

92 

42 

305 

loa 

223 

84 

76 
371 

43 
207 

74 

3 546 
171 

89 
672 
186 
407 
252 
196 
727 
122 
513 
211 

4 504 
202 
122 
630 
202 
452 
318 
276 
879 
204 
919 
300 


190 479 
11 163 

28 608 
39 250 
32 975 

11 645 
10 114 

9 4 36 

14 446 

4 920 

14 B81 
2 841 

352 557 
17 782 
45 57 3 
75 104 

67 532 

26 628 
21 719 
17 655 

20 940 
10 509 

27 538 

21 577 

313 818 

19 952 
45 139 
78 429 

60 398 
25 218 

15 544 

16 411 

12 264 
9 889 

21 173 
9 401 

244 085 

14 162 
31 205 

61 547 
44 283 
21 097 

15 233 
9 023 

20 655 
8 028 

16 537 
2 315 

534 793 

27 535 

70 343 

111 080 

107 199 

38 815 

35 216 

21 636 
37 683 
16 392 
49 337 
19 557 

918 971 

34 765 

158 156 

220 750 

149 854 

52 36 3 

37 262 

39 696 

68 582 

36 890 
90 854 

29 799 


788 
30 
22 

110 
39 
82 
63 
66 

186 
27 

lie 

45 

1 930 

67 

98 

348 

103 

267 

150 

133 

296 

55 

257 

156 

939 
31 
45 

132 

97 
121 

79 

59 
144 

26 
162 

43 

1 146 
62 
29 

208 
87 

134 
72 
62 

255 
33 

153 
51 

973 
25 
27 

187 
26 
74 

107 
56 

245 
48 

130 
48 

1 644 

45 

33 

248 

63 

120 

140 

104 

366 

80 

336 

109 


121 170 

3 706 

26 024 

24 897 

20 956 

6 858 
9 276 

7 500 

7 848 

4 139 

8 356 

1 610 

328 421 
17 081 
44 686 
67 35 3 
64 802 
22 609 

21 177 
15 958 

19 889 

9 463 

25 617 

20 786 

183 784 

9 508 

36 652 

43 563 

36 533 

8 321 

8 740 

10 034 

6 012 

3 992 

12 315 

8 114 

194 387 

9 994 

27 115 
48 828 
41 340 

13 803 

10 383 

8 461 

14 821 

5 993 

11 600 

2 049 

173 996 

4 147 

28 863 
28 915 
31 121 

6 308 

21 288 

9 846 
13 300 

6 829 

15 533 

7 846 

337 239 

5 129 
84 182 
57 850 
50 022 
13 324 
17 870 

16 181 
30 940 
13 998 
28 374 
19 369 


584 
50 
13 
68 
27 
64 
13 
21 

231 

7 

63 

27 

419 
16 
15 
127 
24 
77 

7 
25 
39 

7 
52 
30 

1 533 

62 

84 

354 

149 

256 

83 

63 

172 

59 

179 

72 

475 
30 
13 
97 
17 
89 
12 
14 

116 
10 
54 
23 

2 573 
146 

62 
485 
160 
333 
145 
140 
482 

74 
383 
163 

2 860 
157 
89 
382 
139 
332 
178 
172 
513 
124 
583 
191 


59 309 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


7 457 
2 584 


54 


FOOD STORES 


14 353 


55 EX,55U 




12 019 


55PT(55U) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


4 987 


56 




838 


57 

5a 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


1 936 
6 598 


59PT(591) 




781 


59 tX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


6 525 






1 231 




GREENSBORO-HlGH POINT, N.C, 


2 4 136 


52 


LUM9ER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS , 


701 
887 


54 




7 751 


55 EX. 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


2 7 30 






4 019 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


542 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EOUIf'MENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


1 697 

2 051 






1 046 






1 921 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


791 




GREENVILLE, S.C. 


130 034 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


10 444 
8 487 






34 866 


55 EX. 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


23 865 






16 897 


56 




6 804 


57 
56 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


6 377 
6 252 


59PT(591) 




5 897 




8 858 


53 PART*^ 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


1 287 




HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN, OHIO 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


49 698 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUi^ STORES* 


4 168 

4 090 


54 


FOOD STORES 


12 719 






2 943 


55Pt(554) 




7 294 


56 


APPAREL ACCESSORY STORES 


4 850 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


562 
5 834 


59PT(591) 




1 035 




4 937 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


266 




HARRISBURG, PA. 


360 797 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


2 3 398 

41 480 


54 




82 165 






76 078 


55PT(554) 
56 




32 507 


APPARf^L ACCESSORY STORES 


13 928 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


11 790 
24 383 


59PT(591) 
59 EX 591 


















HARTFORD, CONN. 


561 732 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS , 


73 974 














55pt(554) 
56 






APPAREL ACCESSORY STORES 




57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


37 642 








59 EX 591 






53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 





'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are sliown separately in tliis table. 



1-90 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




HONOLULU, HAWAII 


3 373 
52 

117 
5814 
105 
297 
308 
171 
863 
96 

5aa 

236 

11 225 
H47 
261 

1 aai 

7 37 

1 656 
603 
617 

2 28U 
367 

1 7114 
698 

2 303 

97 

714 
608 
156 
285 
128 
137 
370 

82 
267 

99 

1 3614 
614 
67 

37 q 
92 

173 
83 
71 

175 
32 

171 
62 

6 91414 
1453 
187 
981 
359 

1 0146 
368 
1453 

1 272 
332 

1 0148 
ai45 

1 1146 
96 
143 

173 
76 

157 
147 
61 

2 30 
148 

1147 
68 


619 672 

11 765 
96 890 

1148 275 
99 1462 
146 08 3 
39 985 
25 889 
80 8914 
23 926 
32 66 3 
13 8140 

1 961 557 
80 81414 
319 572 
1463 683 
1406 792 
1140 728 
117 126 
83 1469 
121 367 

70 337 
124 965 

32 674 

294 912 

12 977 

42 017 
74 714 
59 962 
22 275 

17 763 

13 927 

16 409 

10 609 

18 033 

6 226 

231 225 
27 162 
29 958 
53 389 

43 993 
15 680 
12 239 

11 585 

12 095 
5 396 

17 752 
1 976 

1 401 038 

71 136 
222 485 
284 160 
292 712 
106 784 

49 382 
58 747 
102 347 
62 700 
95 331 
55 254 

171 136 
11 513 
20 517 
41 949 
36 977 

13 311 
9 368 

7 159 
11 886 

5 768 
9 349 
3 339 


2 643 

40 

77 

425 
90 
201 
269 
146 
696 
78 
450 
171 

8 726 
312 
194 

1 423 
548 

1 252 
492 
487 

1 849 
283 

1 350 
536 

1 252 

55 

39 

252 

104 

127 

101 

95 

211 

53 

155 

60 

808 
35 
33 

160 
62 

106 
68 
48 

124 
25 

117 
30 

3 905 
188 

92 
566 
186 
502 
220 
256 
810 
221 
611 
253 

593 
32 
22 
81 
33 
70 
34 
38 

130 
32 
87 
34 


507 
10 
81 

101 
86 
33 
37 
23 
70 
20 
28 
12 

1 616 

62 
279 
356 
348 
110 
102 

68 
100 

57 
100 

28 

202 

41 

43 

11 

15 

10 

9 

7 

12 

4 

178 
19 
25 
38 
35 
11 
10 
8 
9 

13 

916 

29 

175 

159 

201 

56 

33 

40 

72 

42 

61 

44 

109 

4 

18 

21 

25 

6 

7 

6 

6 

4 

6 

2 


522 
272 
600 
626 
609 
505 
985 
466 
351 
317 
809 
982 

038 
883 
681 
461 
528 
557 
319 
576 
918 
46 3 
508 
144 

686 
(D) 
(D) 
697 
585 
054 
7 35 
993 
971 
690 
087 
596 

005 
532 
888 
612 
844 
188 
570 
892 
141 
(0) 
255 
785 

535 
210 
571 
113 
932 
155 
648 
142 
371 
142 
780 
471 

970 
327 
591 
263 
204 
641 
740 
083 
671 
087 
520 
843 


7 30 

12 

40 
159 
15 
96 
39 
25 
167 
18 
94 
65 

2 499 
135 

67 
418 
189 
404 
111 
130 
435 

84 
364 
162 

1 051 
42 
35 

356 
52 

158 
27 
42 

159 
29 

112 
39 

556 
29 
34 

214 
30 
67 
15 
23 
51 
7 
54 
32 

3 039 
265 

95 
415 
173 
544 
148 
197 
462 
111 
4 37 
192 

553 
64 
21 
92 
43 
87 
13 
23 

100 
16 
60 
34 


112 

1 

15 

46 

12 

12 

2 

2 

10 

3 

3 

345 
17 
39 

107 
58 
30 
14 
14 
20 
12 
24 
4 

92 

33 

16 
11 
2 
2 
6 
2 
5 
1 

53 
7 
4 

14 
8 
4 
1 
2 
2 

4 

1 

484 
41 
46 

125 
90 
50 
15 
18 
29 
20 
33 
10 

61 
7 
1 
20 
11 
6 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 


150 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


493 

?90 






649 


55 EX 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


853 


55PT(554) 
56 




578 


APPAREL ACCESSORY STORES 


000 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


423 
543 






609 






854 






858 




HOUSTON, TEX. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


519 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


961 
B91 


54 


FOOD STORES 


222 






264 


55PT(55a) 
56 




171 


APPAREL ACCESSORY STORES 


807 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


893 
449 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY 


874 




457 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


530 




HUNTINGTON- ASHLAND, W. VA . -KY, -OH 10 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


226 


52 

53 PART * 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


(D) 
(0) 


54 


FOOD STORES 


017 






377 


55PT(554) 
56 




221 




028 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


934 
4 38 


59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 




919 




946 




630 




HUNTSVILLE, ALA. 


220 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS , 


6 30 
070 






777 


55 EX 554 




149 


55PT(554) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX 591 




492 




669 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


693 
954 




(0) 




49V 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


191 




INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 


503 


52 

53 PART* 

54 

55 EX.554 

55PT(554) 

56 

57 

68 

59PT{5<?1) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS , 


914 




047 




780 




629 




7 34 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


605 
976 




55S 




551 






JACKSON, MICH. 


166 


52 

53 PART* 

54 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


186 
926 












55PT(554) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT{591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 










FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


215 








496 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Standard Notes' - Represents zero. (D) Witliheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part ol SIC major group 53, are stiown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-91 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Buslness Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



I 



52 

5J PART* 

5U 

55 EX. 5514 

ssptCssi) 

56 

57 

58 

59Pr(S91) 

59 EX.591 

55 PAKr» 



52 

53 PAKT* 

5U 

55 EX.55t 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59Pr(591) 

59 EX.591 

5J PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55« 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5« 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.5514 

55PTC551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PARTS* 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



JACKSON, MISS. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STOKES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EUUIP. DEALERS, 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. , 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES. . , 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES . . . . 

OTHER RETAIL STORES. 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* . 



JERSEY CITY, N.J. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. . 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



JOHNSTOWN, PA. 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS, 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS .... 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



KALAMAZOO, MICH. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ..... 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHING, EQUIPMENT STORES . . 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



KANSAS CITY, MO.-KANS. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 



1 717 

60 

93 

357 

105 

285 

142 

99 

2U9 

78 

17U 

75 



2 603 
141 

73 
576 
150 
311 
135 
112 
63U 

59 
281 
128 



Sales 
($1,000) 



8 106 
U26 
253 
971 
531 

1 219 
190 
152 

1 657 
339 

1 152 
580 



265 670 
13 128 
27 133 
58 618 
60 722 
22 965 
26 971 

12 259 

13 199 
10 381 
15 123 

1 791 



1 121 


672 375 


153 


21 905 


130 


78 151 


783 


151 097 


232 


155 505 


682 


61 359 


276 


31 016 


212 


31 771 


591 


37 796 


161 


25 217 


623 


57 117 


218 


11 101 



6 783 


705 130 


161 


19 251 


160 


61 111 


1 796 


200 592 


179 


79 152 


369 


10 970 


682 


70 019 


327 


36 821 


1 713 


77 022 


206 


21 019 


900 


80 713 


260 


15 127 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



275 037 
15 258 
35 721 
71 579 
51 811 
20 115 
12 383 
11 530 

19 013 
6 781 

20 277 
1 166 



309 


216 767 


87 


19 112 


32 


30 020 


193 


51 759 


03 


15 769 


?oa 


2 07 


89 


11 667 


80 


13 175 


227 


16 080 


11 


8 392 


186 


19 860 


70 


1 863 



1 682 887 

62 915 

227 223 

352 701 

323 919 

120 080 

98 618 

62 911 

HI 183 

77 733 

97 168 

lis 136 



1 221 
10 
18 

206 
77 

212 

122 
82 

185 
57 

137 
55 



367 
87 
75 
162 
129 
259 
195 
158 
368 
117 
369 
137 



2 782 

51 

68 

785 

72 

132 

311 

118 

615 

88 

370 

99 



623 
20 
13 

117 
26 
51 
12 
31 

157 
21 
77 
35 



21 
98 
51 

111 
73 
51 

110 
26 

130 
16 



781 
180 
121 
631 
311 
590 
316 
218 
1U3 
22 3 
695 
323 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establisti- 
ments 

(number) 



225 908 

9 305 

21 778 

17 859 

51 260 

17 593 

26 053 

11 083 

10 811 

8 560 

10 982 

1 181 



130 155 
11 210 
57 516 
71 111 

121 883 
25 563 
27 339 
23 815 
25 379 ' 
15 127 
37 015 
10 Oil 



271 510 
5 331 

10 625 
82 500 
21 003 
17 193 

31 735 

11 828 

32 892 
10 081 
10 516 

1 773 



93 115 
1 618 
27 121 
15 557 
15 611 
1 052 
1 623 

1 830 

5 955 

2 776 

6 131 
2 138 



171 511 

9 150 

27 309 

30 129 

35 679 

12 131 

11 393 

11 155 

9 862 

5 809 

11 150 

1 111 



061 536 

31 867 

169 670 

195 851 

202 182 

55 213 

78 221 

13 602 

83 161 

5) 555 

66 665 

86 515 



195 
20 
15 

151 
28 
73 
20 
17 
61 
21 
37 
20 



1 757 

65 

55 

321 

103 

113 

80 

81 

223 

17 

251 

111 



508 
13 
11 
95 
12 
97 
15 
19 
87 
18 
56 
21 



Sales 
($1,000) 



39 762 

1 123 

2 105 
10 789 

6 162 

5 372 

908 

1 176 

2 355 
1 721 
1 111 

310 



212 220 
7 665 
2 908 
7 9 953 
33 623 
37 7 96 

6 7 07 

7 929 
12 117 
11 090 
2 072 

1 060 



1 001 


133 920 


97 


13 920 


92 


53 789 


1 Oil 


118 092 


107 


58 119 


237 


23 777 


37 1 


38 311 


179 


21 993 


1 098 


11 130 


118 


10 935 


530 


10 157 


161 


10 351 



1 980 


181 592 


121 


10 610 


50 


8 603 


12 9 


59 022 


121 


39 200 


257 


16 063 


93 


7 760 


81 


6 800 


177 


15 058 


38 


1 005 


207 


11 113 


93 


2 328 



75 256 
9 652 

2 711 
21 650 
10 090 

7 936 

3 271 

1 720 
6 218 

2 583 
5 710 

722 



5 522 


618 551 


216 


31 018 


132 


57 553 


313 


155 850 


22 


121 737 


559 


61 837 


171 


20 391 


201 


19 309 


511 


28 022 


116 


26 177 


157 


30 505 


257 


61 921 



•Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



1-92 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establisti- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establisti- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



KENOSHA. WIS. 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55Pt(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.55" 

55Pt(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PARI* 

51 

55 EX. 55" 

55Pt(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5" 

55 EX.551 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55Pt(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 551 

55Pt(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. ..... 

LUMLiLR, BUILDING M/iTER I ALS , HARDvMRt 

(GENERAL MERCHAI^ni SE GROUP STORES*. 

FOOD STORES . 

UTOMonvE DEALERS 

gasoline service stations , 

mpp/^rll, accessory stores . . . . 

furniture, home eurni snlngs , equipment stores 
eating, drinking places. .......... 

drug stores, proprietary stores 

other retail storis. . . . . 

lONSrORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMHEr-, UUILDING MATERIALS, HARCVJARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCH/^NEISE GROUP STORES*. ........... 

FOOD STORES. .. 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ! ! ! ! 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APP/kKEL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNI SH I IJGS , EOUIPHEfiT STORES. ..... 

EATING, DKINMNG PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES !....! i 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. .................. 



KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



RM EQUIP. DEALERS. 



LAFAYETTE, LA, 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDlNi; MATERIALS, HARDVJ/.RL, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* ........ 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS , , 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS, 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES . . . . 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ...... 

EATINri, DRINMNG PLACES .,,,. 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. . ....... 

OTHER RETAIL STORES . . . 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. ................... 



LAKE CHARLES, LA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. .... 

LUMBER, bUlLDlNri MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 
GENERAL MEKCHAriDlSE GROUP STORES*. ............ 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DE/kLERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ..... ...... 

PPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES ..,...,.. 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ...... 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES. ... ...... 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. ............. 

OTHER RETAIL STORES. 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. ..... 



LANCASTER, PA. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDVMRE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS, 

GE.AiERAL MLKCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ,,. 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. , , . . 

FURNITURE, HOME FURrjI SHI NGS , E(JU I PHENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



LANSING, MICH. 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL , . . . 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS , . . 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES . . 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ...... 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPREITARY STORES . . . . 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. 



""58 
V- 

"•50 

/^^ 
297 

27 

^■120 

"■32 



886 

lie 

105 
598 
206 
111 
160 
178 
111 
107 
111 
121 



781 
12 
25 

115 
31 

109 
58 
36 

177 
10 
95 
23 



1 110 
79 



58 
198 

11 
137 

30 



131 


191 


' 9 


801 


13 


021 


35 


957 


fe 


918 


022 


6 


716 


'■ 7 


116 


12 


517 


, 3 


575 


< 


887 


651 



161 192 

21 067 
75 302 

108 089 
87 301 
37 090 
17 108 

22 397 
25 013 
19 916 
35 7 92 

9 051 



109 


£00 


7 


839 


11 


558 


18 


661 


23 


900 


8 


661 


9 


378 


5 


331 


7 


676 


3 


190 


8 


806 


1 


191 



115 873 

11 261 
18 381 
36 82 1 
30 231 

12 816 
7 67 1 

5 372 

6 709 
5 721 
9 183 
1 101 



913 


387 130 


153 


31 569 


91 


11 636 


637 


79 997 


208 


67 318 


291 


25 056 


171 


16 201 


178 


18 092 


185 


23 800 


51 


7 611 


165 


63 213 


171 


9 901 



658 


161 


111 


217 


32 


551 


127 


63 


027 


105 


101 


382 


187 


109 


067 


118 


35 


570 


113 


19 


210 


133 


18 


726 


112 


26 


762 


90 


13 


589 


302 


28 


018 


22" 


13 


2 06 



707 
27 
20 

126 
36 
83 
16 
15 

188 
22 
85 
29 



1 502 
73 



51 
212 
105 
181 
109 

91 
239 

18 
280 

71 



556 
16 
19 
83 



28 
131 
28 
76 



581 
12 
21 
91 
39 
78 
51 
37 
91 
23 
82 
20 



719 
18 
13 

192 
38 
52 
62 
10 

113 
20 

106 
35 



67 
183 

71 
180 

80 

66 
177 

11 
136 
117 



106 656 

1 921 

(C) 

28 851 

18 111 

6 182 

6 083 

6 661 

8 238 

3 280 

6 783 

(0) 



282 305 
12 839 
60 253 
19 081 
58 787 
16 632 
12 111 
11 818 
1" 7 99 
9 772 
25 716 
7 167 



95 


119 


3 


"57 


11 


387 


11 


7 98 


23 


653 


6 


711 


9 


202 


5 


08" 


6 


683 


2 


808 


6 


938 



100 


112 


6 


219 


16 


169 


22 


193 


23 


701 


A 


889 


6 


151 


1 


331 


3 


306 


3 


962 


7 


162 


1 


326 



270 111 

10 375 
52 036 
52 116 
71 210 
16 291 

12 621 

11 905 
15 51" 

6 503 

13 855 

7 690 



261 
*31 

>' 



"■ 109 
5 



381 

75 

51 

356 

101 

257 

51 

81 

172 

59 

131 

17 



225 
26 

6 
62 

1 
32 

1 

8 
13 
12 
19 

9 



52 9 
37 
20 

131 
20 
92 
21 
21 

101 
18 



111 020 


2 191 


276 110 


3 225 


135 


28 511 


25 150 


81 


21 177 


17 320 


115 


62 677 


19 315 


170 


18 005 


5 002 


212 


20 051 


8 517 


109 


7 657 


6 955 


138 


11 157 


6 926 


312 


16 871 


5 552 


51 


1 059 


11 172 


359 


51 711 


5 539 


139 


1 365 



1 lei 

158 

60 

222 

116 

2 58 

63 

67 

235 

19 

166 

107 



21 555 
1 877 

r "" 

r' 083 

1 807 

"^1 510 

"•633 

""155 

"" 1 279 

295 

"■ 3 101 

(0) 



178 887 

11 22B 

15 019 

59 008 

28 517 

20 15S 

1 907 

7 579 

10 211 

10 171 

10 016 

1 587 



11 601 

1 382 
171 

5 866 
217 

1 955 
176 
217 
995 
6S2 

1 868 
96 



15 161 

5 015 

2 212 
11 628 

6 530 
6 927 
1 517 
1 Oil 

3 103 

1 759 

2 321 

78 



193 


997 


22 


179 


10 


991 


52 


2 36 


37 


857 


19 


279 


6 


619 


6 


823 


11 


21a 


7 


086 


11 


163 


5 


516 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) l4ot available. 
'Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-93 



TABLE 12 standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind ol business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder ol SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




LAREDO, TLX. 


565 
21 

112 
31 
61 
57 
19 

115 
12 
61 
21 

1 500 

10 

39 
117 
122 
230 
152 
100 
518 

11 
250 

88 

2 039 

78 

53 
126 

92 
185 
169 
119 
386 

76 
373 

80 

666 
31 
22 
86 
51 
91 
17 
10 

130 
19 

130 
16 

709 
30 
25 

151 
51 
61 
59 
51 

122 
15 

110 
28 

1 228 
60 
36 

197 
53 

127 
90 
71 

218 
55 

257 
51 


80 387 

3 150 

12 505 

11 851 

9 177 

5 171 

20 161 
2 930 

2 829 

3 178 
5 581 

275 

382 857 

17 101 

11 586 

76 118 

77 912 
37 281 

21 979 

20 118 
51 572 

15 833 
50 893 

5 601 

268 891 

12 910 
27 739 
71 882 

13 171 

18 161 

17 255 

11 751 

21 515 
9 515 

29 802 
1 527 

""39 310 

6 923 

12 132 

16 812 
21 610 

7 500 

5 105 

1 671 

6 100 

2 375 
9 626 

853 

103 111 
6 906 
9 956 

21 572 

22 611 
5 966 

8 861 

3 181 
1 993 
1 867 

12 675 
1 170 

229 181 
15 381 
31 558 
15 677 
10 788 
15 065 

18 639 
10 851 
15 759 

8 358 

22 305 

5 516 


535 

19 

20 

132 
30 
60 
57 
19 

107 
11 
59 
21 

939 
20 
25 
76 
82 

128 

HI 
85 

177 
50 

165 
10 

1 119 
12 
39 

316 
66 

116 

110 
97 

269 
51 

258 
52 

579 
28 
22 
68 
55 
71 
11 
59 

100 
16 

120 
15 

651 
29 
25 

111 
11 
55 
56 
51 

115 
11 

103 
28 

877 
12 
25 

131 
38 
78 
67 
51 

167 
26 

199 
30 


78 

11 

5 
20 

2 
2 

287 
13 
51 
55 
68 
20 
18 
18 
18 
H 
22 
1 

188 

8 

25 

59 

51 

12 

11 

10 

12 

6 

21 

3 

-•91 
^■6 
12 
17 

6 
1 

5 
2 
8 

98 
6 
9 

23 

21 
5 
8 
5 
1 
1 

11 
1 

168 

15 

26 

26 

51 

8 

15 

9 

9 

5 

17 

2 


995 

(D) 
(D) 
695 
(D) 
117 
161 
930 
766 
(D) 
(D) 
275 

589 
299 
552 
551 
050 
956 
708 
936 
913 
615 
309 
700 

130 
512 
612 
971 
639 
126 
827 
115 
632 
551 
067 
718 

182 
591 
132 
372 
(D) 
301 
953 
(D) 
558 
265 
9b6 
(D) 

837 
631 
692 
166 
907 
181 
768 
159 
816 
711 
777 
170 

925 
230 
57 9 
571 
152 
717 
266 
116 
755 
190 
012 
827 


50 

2 

2 

10 
1 
1 



8 
1 

2 

561 
20 
11 
11 
10 

102 
11 
15 

111 
11 
85 
18 

590 
56 
11 

110 
26 
69 
29 
22 

117 
21 

115 
28 

67 

3 

16 
1 

17 
5 
1 

30 
3 

10 
1 

55 
1 

2 
13 
10 
6 
3 
5 
9 
1 
7 

551 
18 
11 
66 
15 
19 
23 
17 
61 
9 
56 
21 


1 

95 
5 
9 

20 
9 

16 
6 
1 

15 
2 
8 
1 

60 
1 
1 

31 
6 
6 
2 
1 
8 
2 
8 

5 

1 
1 

1 

1 

60 
2 

1 
19 
6 
6 
3 
1 
5 
2 
5 
2 




52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


(0) 
(0) 
159 


51 




55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


(0) 


55PT(551) 




56 







57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHIMGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 



53 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(n) 


59 EX.591 




(n) 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 






LAS VEGAS, NEV. 


268 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


802 
831 


51 




567 


55 Ex.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


892 






325 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORV STORES 


271 


57 
56 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


212 

159 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


218 


59 EX.591 






53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


101 




LAWRENCE-HAVERHILL, MASS.-N.H. 


761 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


398 
097 


51 


FOOD STORES 


91 1 






8 35 


55PT (551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


335 


56 




128 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


359 

885 


59PT(591) 




991 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


7 35 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


809 




LAWTON, 0<LA. 


158 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


332 






170 


55 ex.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


(D) 


55PT(551) 
56 




196 


APPAREL ACEESSARr STORES 


152 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


(D) 
812 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES PROPRIETARY STORES 


110 




638 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(D) 




LEWISTON-AUBURN, MAINE 
RETAIL TRADE TOTAL 


271 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


272 
61 


51 


FOOD STORES 


386 






731 


55PT(551) 
56 




182 




113 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


25 
177 


59PI(591) 


DRUG STORES PROPRIETARY STORES 


123 




998 






- 




LEXINGTON, KY. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


556 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


101 
979 


51 


FOOD STORES 


106 


55 EX 551 




636 


55PT(551) 
56 




316 


APPAREL ACCESSORY STORES 


373 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


108 
961 


59PT(591) 
59 EX, 591 


DRUG STORES PROPRIETARY STORES 


866 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


261 


53 PART. 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


189 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Witliheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



Revised. 



1-94 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind ot business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




LIMA, OHIO 


1 029 
68 
34 

128 
78 

128 
64 
65 

217 
30 

140 
77 

1 139 

76 

20 
126 

70 
194 

44 

75 
202 

47 
206 

79 

2 192 
100 

79 
423 
151 
326 
125 
117 
390 

86 
318 

77 

1 768 

98 

38 

327 

103 

233 

116 

99 

384 

44 

220 

106 

51 888 
1 667 

1 385 
6 365 

2 653 

5 963 
4 532 

3 858 
11 795 

1 408 
8 946 
3 316 

6 001 
287 
189 

1 015 
356 
769 
361 
278 

1 275 
256 
907 
310 


156 
12 
28 
32 
28 
11 

6 

5 
10 

5 
11 

3 

229 
18 
46 
41 
41 
16 
13 

9 
13 

9 
15 

1 

345 
21 
50 
69 
31 
24 
IS 
17 
16 
13 
24 
7 

257 
18 
25 
70 
50 
22 
12 
11 
18 

8 
13 

5 

10 687 
347 

1 485 

2 382 
2 115 

765 
601 
595 
931 
398 
850 
213 

977 

37 

145 

224 

192 

71 

51 

43 

78 

44 

54 

24 


068 
863 
887 
030 
423 
475 
430 
951 
481 
904 
925 
699 

053 
995 
913 
690 
318 
963 
480 
295 
947 
449 
518 
485 

533 

556 
437 
338 
620 
750 
852 
621 
220 
104 
316 
519 

824 
863 
479 
518 
476 
915 
733 
167 
645 
076 
381 
573 

367 
613 
618 
303 
573 
661 
798 
263 
230 
316 
444 
548 

470 
539 
241 
805 
226 
480 
223 
609 
895 
127 
296 
02"' 


586 
36 
16 
67 
29 
69 
36 
44 

135 
19 
87 
48 

956 
62 
19 
97 
53 

151 
40 
70 

156 
45 

182 
78 

1 873 

90 

67 

309 

132 

276 

116 

104 

343 

80 

287 

69 

981 
43 
21 

182 
58 

118 
75 
59 

206 
28 

124 
67 

25 017 
702 
645 

3 378 

1 023 

2 749 

2 273 
I 771 
5 890 

694 

4 356 
1 546 

3 726 

151 
120 
646 
201 
363 
267 
181 
880 
158 
592 
157 


100 

8 

22 

16 

20 

6 

4 

4 

7 

2 

6 

2 

210 
15 

39 
39 
13 

8 
11 

13 

317 
20 
48 
59 
75 
21 
18 
16 
14 
12 
22 
7 

146 

7 

16 

36 

52 

11 

9 

7 

9 

5 

8 

3 

5 022 
150 
731 

I 096 
901 
355 
285 
298 
459 
193 
408 
132 

624 

19 

lOJ 

126 

137 

33 

37 

50 

52 

26 

45 

15 


699 
252 
065 
585 
590 
247 
425 
115 
547 
245 
641 
5 90 

422 
5 98 
(0) 
112 
044 
864 
(D) 
984 
565 
(D) 
567 
(D) 

009 
222 

556 
519 
785 
5 90 
006 
803 
851 
282 
142 
451 

632 

063 
100 
849 
039 
687 
030 
863 
741 
212 
009 
059 

083 
811 
968 
469 
204 
194 
535 
825 
448 
576 
666 
387 

848 
809 
900 
759 
161 
551 
510 
U50 
670 
886 
561 
591 


443 
32 
13 
61 
49 
59 
28 
21 
82 
U 
55 
29 

185 
14 

1 
29 
17 
40 

4 

5 
46 

2 
24 

1 

319 
10 
12 

114 
19 
50 

9 
15 
47 

6 
51 

a 

787 
55 
17 

145 
45 

115 
41 
40 

178 
16 
96 
39 

26 671 

965 

740 

2 987 

1 630 
5 214 
?. 259 

2 087 
5 915 

714 
4 590 

1 770 

2 275 
136 

69 
367 
155 
406 

94 

97 
395 

98 
315 
143 


55 

I 

15 

5 
2 
1 
3 
1 
5 
1 

18 

3 

2 
2 
3 

2 
1 

23 
1 

2 
9 
6 

3 

1 
2 

111 

U 

9 

35 

18 
11 

3 
3 
8 
2 
5 
2 

5 665 

196 

755 

1 285 

1 214 

412 

516 

296 

461 

204 

441 

81 

352 

17 
44 
98 
55 
37 
13 
13 
26 
17 
20 
S 




52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS, , 


611 














55PT(5514) 
56 






APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. ... 


007 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES , 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


835 
154 


59PT{591> 




659 






?R4 






109 




LINCOLN, NEBR. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


651 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


597 

fn) 


54 


FOOD STORES 


578 


55 E:x.5514 




274 


55Pt(55'4) 
56 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


099 




(n) 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


511 
58? 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(n) 




951 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(n) 




LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


5?4 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


554 
079 






819 


55 EX, 551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


055 


55Pt(5514) 




160 


56 




846 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


818 
569 


59PT(591 ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


82? 






174 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* , , . 


68 




LORAIN-ELYRIA, OHIO 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


192 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


800 
379 


54 




669 


55 EX. 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


437 


55PT(554) 




228 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


705 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


504 
902 


59Pt{591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


864 


59 EX, 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


572 






554 




LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH, CALIF. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


284 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


802 
650 


54 


FOOD STORES . 


834 


55 EX, 554 




369 


55PT(554) 




467 


56 




263 


57 
58 


IFURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


4 38 
78? 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


740 


59 EX.591 




778 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


161 




LOUISVILLEi KY.-IND. 


6?? 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS, . 


730 
341 


54 


FOOD STORES 


046 


55 EX, 554 




065 


55PT{554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


9? 9 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


713 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


159 
225 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


241 


59 EX.591 




7J5 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


438 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-95 



TABLE 12 standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



52 

53 PARI* 

5U 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(5514) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.551 

55PT{5511 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(5911 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59n 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(5511 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(5911 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(5511 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



LOWELL 1 MASS. 



RETAIL TRADEt TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi TARM E9LIIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORTS 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



LUBBOCKi TEX. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ] [ 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ] 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



LYNCHBURG I VA . 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MACONi GA. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MADISONi WIS. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . '. 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORtS 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MANCHESTERi N.H. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SMSA 



Establisti- 
ments 

(number) 



1 290 
50 
31 

251 
57 

135 
75 
69 

2 72 
60 

229 
55 



Sales 
($1,000) 



1 566 


289 319 


76 


26 772 


56 


11 219 


202 


51 795 


118 


63 795 


251 


19 216 


116 


15 ooe 


115 


18 376 


219 


13 167 


57 


8 115 


227 


21 627 


96 


3 95 9 



1 557 


233 777 


52 


12 795 


63 


29 512 


313 


51 738 


106 


51 705 


217 


19 107 


101 


'' 15 107 


113 


12 929 


189 


11 235 


19 


6 811 


205 


17 565 


89 


1 913 



202 390 
12 320 
25 506 
51 215 
28 861 
12 150 

9 916 

7 296 
15 917 

7 2 95 
22 581 

5 965 



955 


113 586 


36 


7 989 


38 


17 171 


251 


31 221 


70 


28 961 


125 


10 807 


57 


9 716 


17 


6 673 


157 


9 693 


25 


5 581 


120 


11 159 


29 


1 279 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



010 


313 


781 


126 


21 


875 


55 


19 


311 


271 


65 


061 


102 


62 


785 


279 


25 


603 


125 


20 


811 


130 


11 


118 


501 


31 


188 


73 


13 


967 


287 


31 


613 


85 


1 


083 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoiiJ disclosure. (NA) Not available 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are stiown separately in this table. 



972 


160 260 


28 


7 158 


29 


25 162 


199 


13 611 


69 


29 315 


103 


8 569 


87 


11 575 


55 


5 123 


175 


8 281 


29 


3 311 


lie 


15 115 


50 


2 701 


(X) Notapplic 


able. Revise 



886 
36 
23 

183 
39 
73 
65 
16 

187 
15 

157 
32 



1 311 

63 

50 

159 

130 

223 

110 

108 

177 

51 

156 

81 



511 
20 
18 

108 
15 
66 
16 
32 
96 
16 
79 
15 



1 111 
36 
18 

250 
71 

176 
75 
81 

138 
39 

161 
63 



1 175 
15 
29 

131 
57 

167 
99 
80 

302 
11 

175 
13 



922 
25 
26 

191 
68 
96 
85 
53 

161 
28 

139 
17 



Sales 
($1,000) 



112 299 

9 717 

16 215 

35 005 

21 551 

7 216 

8 5 62 
6 261 

10 925 

1 825 

16 560 

5 129 



258 918 
25 189 

10 532 
19 758 
58 605 
17 559 

11 199 
17 291 
10 891 

7 158 

13 511 

3 822 



103 938 

5 077 
15 572 
21 052 
21 162 

6 656 
8 255 
5 287 

7 165 
1 212 

8 611 
556 



181 380 

26 986 
38 lie 

12 816 
11 235 

'' 12 691 

10 167 

8 371 

(Dl 

13 511 
1 095 



213 156 
9 607 
13 879 
38 317 
18 890 
16 931 
18 653 
10 619 
22 220 
10 710 
20 862 
2 735 



151 198 

6 385 
25 088 
38 111 

(D) 

8 019 

(d) 

(D) 

7 891 
(d) 

11 525 
2 537 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish 
ments 

(number) 



101 

11 
II 

71 
18 
62 
10 
23 
85 
15 
72 
23 



255 

13 

6 

13 

le 

31 
6 
7 

12 
6 

71 

12 



111 
16 
20 

113 
25 
59 
11 
15 
61 
9 
11 



15 
93 
35 
71 
26 
32 
51 
10 
11 
26 



Sales 
($1,000) 



60 091 

2 605 

9 295 

19 210 

7 510 



5 201 
1 581 
1 055 

1 992 

2 170 

6 021 
536 



50 


101 


1 


583 




687 


5 


057 


5 


190 


1 


857 




509 


1 


085 


2 


576 




657 


11 


085 




137 



59 


618 


2 


912 


1 


599 


13 


172 


7 


502 


1 


151 


1 


191 


1 


586 


2 


528 


1 


569 


2 


815 




723 



19 397 

(D) 

2 556 

13 290 

8 859 

5 172 

2 116 

2 762 

2 861 

(D) 

1 021 

818 



865 


100 325 


81 


15 268 


26 


5 165 


110 


26 717 


15 


13 895 


112 


8 669 


26 


2 158 


50 


3 799 


202 


8 968 


29 


3 257 


112 


10 751 


12 


1 318 



8 762 

1 073 
71 

5 170 
(D) 
550 
(Dl 
(Dl 
595 

(d) 
590 



1-96 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SIVISA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.5511 

55PT(55')1 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(5911 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 551 

ssptCssuI 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55Pt(55U1 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(5911 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551> 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(5911 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



MEMPHISi TENN.-ARK. 



RETAIL TRADEt TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SEFiVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MERIDENi CONN. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Ml AM I . FLA. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDV/ARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MIDLAND. TEX. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MILWAUKEE. WIS. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL. MINN. 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



810 
169 
199 
913 
281 
619 
311 
266 
798 
281 
667 
270 



530 
19 
13 
77 
21 
56 
19 
35 

102 
11 

117 
27 



9 159 
301 
316 

1 320 

181 
1 157 
1 025 

562 
1 927 

377 
1 531 

156 



581 
26 
17 
75 
39 

110 
51 
15 
95 
23 
72 



28 



10 119 

555 

257 

1 710 

137 

1 515 
660 
692 

2 168 
358 

1 151 
616 



895 083 

35 061 

138 153 

192 076 

205 590 

67 787 

55 612 

35 060 

11 750 

32 315 
55 2 81 

33 062 



69 


870 


2 


616 


5 


581 


16 


216 


12 


891 


6 


397 


5 


032 


1 


811 


1 


991 


2 


080 


6 


801 


2 


151 



1 618 111 

39 071 
218 966 
376 786 
325 711 

99 780 
115 991 

71 126 
169 188 

62 801 
113 865 

31 196 



99 517 
1 738 

7 72 9 
23 183 
20 850 

8 020 
8 187 
1 666 
8 001 
7 591 
5 051 
1 528 



10 619 


1 706 991 


161 


56 777 


229 


267 880 


1 576 


107 560 


373 


307 917 


1 270 


113 033 


631 


86 856 


521 


79 128 


3 363 


153 780 


312 


52 587 


1 378 


125 763 


199 


55 383 



191 393 
107 996 
377 675 
177 961 
351 585 
160 155 
105 160 

97 603 
171 811 

79 933 
117 900 
110 281 



825 
113 
128 
699 
206 
181 
275 
227 
675 
211 
561 
216 



530 
19 
13 
77 
21 
56 
19 
35 

102 
11 

117 
27 



891 
108 
117 
606 
225 
119 
309 
283 
815 
151 
618 
180 



550 
23 
16 
71 
39 

106 
51 
15 
86 
23 
62 
28 



752 351 

23 175 

121 122 

156 103 

173 262 

51 027 

50 017 

32 160 

37 550 

27 821 

17 811 

31 010 



69 


870 


2 


616 


5 


581 


16 


216 


12 


891 


6 


3 97 


5 


032 


1 


811 


1 


991 


2 


080 


6 


801 


2 


151 



651 770 

13 911 

115 180 

127 192 

139 101 

31 009 

37 378 

38 083 
61 132 
23 655 
15 268 
19 558 



96 992 
1 519 

(Dl 
22 758 

(D) 

7 801 

8 187 
1 666 
7 511 
7 591 
1 129 
1 528 



6 699 


1 076 175 


223 


28 723 


110 


200 571 


1 099 


210 513 


201 


182 016 


695 


63 297 


103 


59 015 


351 


62 117 


2 215 


103 277 


228 


31 372 


818 


76 686 


260 


28 528 



332 


1 319 662 


238 


17 510 


130 


215 209 


169 


238 81? 


217 


218 091 


809 


81 565 


121 


70 209 


115 


67 159 


383 


116 179 


222 


15 366 


910 


95 175 


358 


91 081 



1 015 
56 
71 

211 
78 

168 
36 
39 

123 
13 

103 
51 



565 
196 
199 
711 
256 
738 
716 
279 
082 
223 
886 
276 



3 950 
211 
89 
177 
169 
575 
231 
167 

1 118 
111 
530 
239 



1 087 
317 
127 
Ml 
190 
706 
239 
277 
785 
136 
511 
258 



112 729 

11 589 

17 031 

35 673 

32 328 

16 760 

5 595 

2 600 

7 200 

1 191 
7 110 

2 822 



963 511 

25 160 

103 786 

219 591 

186 337 

65 771 

78 613 

33 013 

98 356 

39 119 

68 597 

11 938 



555 
219 
(Dl 
125 
(Dl 
219 



160 
925 



630 519 

28 051 

67 309 

167 017 

125 901 

19 736 

27 811 

17 on 

50 503 

21 215 

19 077 

26 855 



811 731 

60 186 

132 166 

239 152 

106 191 

75 590 

35 251 

30 111 
58 662 

31 567 
52 725 
19 197 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-97 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 




ments 


Sales 


(number) 


($1,000) 


1 299 


133 191 


72 


10 510 


60 


8 617 


311 


11 218 


76 


21 887 


237 


16 295 


58 


6 565 


71 


6 638 


212 


6 185 


U5 


1 653 


116 


9 98; 


ui 


877 


322 


27 Oil 


11 


1 783 




2 088 


88 


10 275 


12 


1 133 


lb 


3 592 


20 


939 


le 


1 358 


uu 


1 537 


15 


1 071 


12 


1 901 


20 


I 311 


«86 


33 511 


18 


1 533 


4U 


3 710 


168 


9 170 


21 


3 180 


77 


5 913 


19 


905 


15 


700 


52 


2 091 


9 


699 


U2 


U 197 


21 


513 


299 


31 188 


32 


3 091 


7 


565 


311 


1 121 


23 


8 600 


12 


3 579 


11 


935 


18 


1 118 


19 


2 396 


5 


789 


ue 


5 220 


30 


771 


528 


71 267 


32 


3 665 


22 


1 768 


100 


21 060 


UO 


16 298 


9U 


8 167 


20 


1 251 


26 


1 121 


90 


5 2 67 


22 


3 538 


52 


3 927 


30 


1 902 


1 611 


178 321 


85 


9 712 


93 


15 270 


35U 


19 180 


117 


33 705 


213 


20 817 


88 


9 121 


86 


8 515 


199 


9 105 


55 


7 123 


178 


9 661 


116 


5 119 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55Pr(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 LX.551 

b5PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 ex. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(b91) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(5b1) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



MOBlLEi ALA. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORV STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MONROE! LA. 



RETAIL TRADE! TOTAL 

LUMBER! BUILDI,>JG MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MONTGOMERY! ALA. 



RETAIL TRADE! TOTAL 

LUMBER! BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. 3EALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MUNClEi IND. 



RETAIL TRADE! TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MUSKEGON-MUSKEGON HEIGHTS! MICH. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER! BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



NASHVILLE! TENN. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



FAF.M EQUIP. DEALERS 



90B 
129 

lis 

592 
172 
175 
168 
171 
519 
118 
316 
127 



31 
178 

19 
121 

81 

61 
132 

13 
132 

10 



1 612 

57 

72 

370 

91 

236 

111 

106 

253 

58 

187 

68 



1 003 
71 
31 

lie 

78 
138 

77 

68 
185 

25 
157 

19 



1 221 
65 
11 

206 
97 

186 
80 
82 

205 
19 

111 
63 



1 033 
172 
176 
779 
271 
522 
211 
213 
670 
168 
515 
270 



116 688 

26 362 

55 166 

102 173 

75 915 

36 277 

22 113 

22 698 

21 190 

16 136 

29 132 

5 516 



138 025 

9 072 

23 202 

27 380 

28 976 
9 311 

10 188 

9 320 

5 721 

1 722 
7 769 

2 361 



237 882 
10 121 
35 669 
51 667 
18 662 
18 168 
16 028 
13 683 
12 897 

7 396 
20 071 

3 217 



153 291 

9 392 

19 933 

30 577 

29 171 

11 112 

8 708 

9 172 
11 583 

6 058 

11 618 

2 967 



190 006 

7 285 

22 165 

53 631 

39 508 

16 377 

9 575 

9 002 

11 097 



578 
017 
711 



623 799 
26 277 
95 171 
110 035 
128 313 
50 193 
33 531 
30 763 
35 510 
23 537 
15 159 
12 957 



1 609 

57 

58 

281 

96 

238 

110 

103 

307 

73 

200 

86 



579 
16 
27 
90 
37 
76 
61 
13 
88 
28 



1 126 
39 
28 

202 
70 

159 
95 
91 

201 
19 

115 
17 



27 
81 
55 
96 
66 
50 

136 
20 

109 
19 



693 
33 

22 

106 
57 
92 
60 
56 

115 
27 



2 119 
87 
83 
125 
157 
279 
156 
157 
171 
113 
337 
151 



283 197 

15 852 

16 839 
61 225 
51 058 
19 982 

15 878 

16 060 
IB 005 
11 183 
19 116 

1 669 



110 981 

7 289 

21 111 

17 105 

27 813 

5 719 

9 199 

7 962 

1 187 

3 651 

5 868 



2 01 


571 


8 


888 


31 


95 9 


12 


197 


15 


162 


12 


255 


15 


123 


12 


983 


10 


806 


6 


697 


15 


577 


2 


7C1 


122 


103 


6 


301 


19 


368 


26 


156 


20 


571 


7 


533 


7 


773 


8 


051 


9 


187 


5 


269 


9 


398 


2 


193 


115 


739 


3 


62 


17 


397 


29 


571 


23 


210 


8 


210 


8 


321 


7 


581 


5 


830 


1 


010 


5 


120 


2 


839 


115 


175 


18 


535 


79 


901 


90 


555 


91 


606 


29 


616 


21 


110 


22 


236 


26 


135 


16 


111 


35 


195 


7 


636 



'Nonstoie letalleis, part of SIC maior group 53, are sliown separately in this table. 



1-98 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




NEW BEDFORDi MASS, 


1 573 
73 
3C 

357 
87 

152 

113 
93 

312 
68 

217 
11 

1 215 
52 
21 

212 
59 

138 
99 
66 

258 
12 

238 
57 

3 216 
128 
69 
608 
121 
293 
253 
166 
621 
126 
658 
170 

1 710 

72 

57 

283 

99 

160 

139 

112 

310 

53 

351 

71 

6 202 
251 
206 

1 231 
280 
612 
110 
255 

1 761 
239 
671 
211 

102 783 
3 233 

2 713 
21 131 

2 209 

5 311 
12 113 

6 307 
20 670 

3 785 
16 833 

6 088 


180 226 

7 171 

22 361 

51 005 

21 662 

10 956 

11 613 
7 329 

13 296 
7 183 

20 097 
1 223 

168 120 

6 779 
11 036 
11 111 
27 500 
11 851 
11 039 

9 306 
11 735 

5 381 
18 161 

1 926 

173 117 

22 716 
18 899 

126 171 
61 336 
27 516 
39 173 

23 822 

37 917 
17 963 

51 628 

10 613 

263 511 
13 131 
33 950 
61 379 
50 981 

11 916 
17 685 

12 553 
17 139 

7 332 
29 071 

2 101 

1 123 033 

38 706 
170 021 
282 791 
180 218 

63 520 
80 278 

52 113 
103 009 

17 558 
58 162 
16 621 

15 616 307 

127 391 

2 106 316 
1 001 030 
1 593 516 

632 609 
1 570 138 

811 168 
1 892 098 

115 000 
1 713 109 

117 302 


1 183 
19 
26 

275 
55 

111 
97 
81 

211 
55 

189 
31 

730 
23 
17 

126 
28 
59 
72 
12 

112 
30 

162 
29 

1 711 
56 
32 

357 
66 

121 

176 
89 

313 
67 

336 
71 

970 
35 
32 

115 
18 
81 
91 
77 

203 
31 

186 
38 

1 368 
111 
122 
888 
180 
378 
313 
187 

1 281 
186 
533 
156 

76 167 

2 009 
2 016 

19 905 

1 097 

2 556 
9 801 

1 576 
16 681 

2 819 
12 117 

3 627 


110 651 
1 526 

20 652 
36 37 
19 327 

8 081 

10 585 
6 589 

8 516 

5 117 
16 929 

3 963 

99 371 
3 153 

6 796 
26 611 
16 112 

6 155 

11 160 

7 061 
7 209 
3 122 

12 061 
1 136 

232 303 

6 978 

22 636 

19 311 
36 213 
10 615 

21 127 

16 708 

20 812 

7 815 
30 851 

6 271 

168 327 
(D) 

23 512 
36 131 

(D) 

e 292 

(D) 

9 780 
10 357 

(D) 

17 751 
CD) 

800 81S 

22 763 
130 705 
168 717 
129 827 

39 661 
66 235 
10 337 
78 050 
36 016 
17 609 
12 028 

10 193 016 
217 186 

1 276 256 

2 731 359 
790 123 
320 295 

1 226 119 
603 382 

1 602 283 
316 281 

1 232 511 
271 661 


390 
21 

1 

82 
32 
38 
16 
12 
101 
13 
58 
10 

616 
29 
7 
86 
31 
79 
27 
21 

116 
12 
76 
28 

1 502 
72 
37 

251 
58 

172 
77 
77 

278 
69 

322 
99 

770 
37 
25 

138 
51 
79 
15 
35 

137 
22 

165 
36 

1 831 
113 

81 
316 
100 
261 

97 

68 
180 

63 
111 

88 

26 616 

1 221 

727 

1 526 

1 112 

2 786 
2 312 
1 731 
5 086 

936 
1 686 
1 161 


39 572 


52 

53 PART* 

51 


LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EIJUIP, DEALERS , 


2 916 
1 709 




11 968 






6 335 


55PT(551) 
56 




2 872 


APPARELt ACCESSORY STORES 


1 058 


57 


FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 


710 
1 751 


59PT(591) 




1 766 




3 168 


53 PART* 


N0N5T0RE RETAILERS* 


260 




NEW BRITAINi CONN. 
RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 


69 019 


52 


LUMBERi BUILDING Mr^TERlALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUlPi DEALERS , 


3 626 
7 211 






17 900 


55 EX, 5^1 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


12 088 


55PT(551) 
56 




6 696 


APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 


2 579 


57 

58 


FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 


2 256 
7 626 






1 959 


59 EX 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


6 390 






789 




NEW HAVEN! CONN. 
RETAIL TRADE! TOTAL 


211 111 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


15 768 
26 363 


51 


FOOD STORES 


76 130 






28 093 


55PT{551) 
56 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


16 901 




15 316 


57 




7 111 
17 135 






10 118 






23 777 






1 339 




NEW LONDON-GROTON-NORWICH! CONN. 


95 211 


52 


LUMBER! BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


(D) 
10 138 






28 216 






(D) 


55PT(55«) 
56 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


6 621 




CD) 


57 

56 


FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 


2 773 
7 082 


59PTC591) 


DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 


CD) 






11 320 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(D) 




NEW ORLEANS! LA. 
RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 


322 IBS 


52 


-UMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS , 


15 913 
39 316 


51 




HI 077 






50 121 


55PT(551) 
56 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


23 859 


APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 


15 013 


57 
56 




11 776 
21 959 






11 512 


59 EX, 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES ,, 


10 653 


63 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


1 596 




NEW YORK! N,Y, 


5 153 291 


52 


LUMbERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWAREi FARM EQUlPi DEALERS . 


210 206 
830 090 


51 


FOOD STORES 


1 269 671 


56 EX.551 




803 093 


66PT(651) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


312 311 


56 




313 689 


57 

56 


FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 


211 086 
389 815 


59PT(591) 




129 719 


59 EX, 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


180 868 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


112 711 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



U.S. SUMMARY 



UNITED STATES 1-99 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 




NEWARK, N.J. 


16 494 
648 
403 

3 224 
607 

1 462 

1 558 
989 

3 421 
5 35 

2 671 
976 

1 533 

58 

53 

307 

100 

198 

113 

110 

306 

59 

175 

54 

3 751 
133 
110 
728 
226 
462 
285 
218 
749 
137 
528 
175 

1 07 3 

53 

33 

156 

43 

no 

117 
78 

161 
29 

251 
42 

811 
26 
30 
97 
73 

147 
57 
43 

143 
26 

132 
37 

839 
44 
22 
92 
75 

128 
51 
55 

164 
2S 

131 
49 


2 582 485 

96 194 

316 688 

591 730 

450 921 

152 428 

200 812 

146 662 

225 073 

76 323 

249 776 

75 878 

282 426 

12 567 
54 998 
64 475 

57 422 

17 792 

13 968 

14 536 

15 316 
9 292 

19 523 
2 537 

684 012 

30 467 
99 966 

158 395 
130 350 
39 537 
49 709 
36 799 
46 123 
23 717 

58 303 

10 646 

178 949 

8 761 

13 785 

43 517 

36 897 
12 041 

18 354 

8 509 
12 946 

4 690 
17 007 

2 442 

136 970 

4 470 

12 985 

31 231 

37 822 

11 609 

9 012 

5 476 

7 913 
5 216 
9 504 
1 632 

161 735 

10 499 

20 013 
36 630 
29 604 

11 041 
10 737 

8 430 

3 365 
10 693 

13 754 
1 969 


4 760 
129 
88 

1 153 

89 

244 

455 

243 

I 297 
134 
693 
2 35 

1 418 

48 

49 
272 

89 
184 
113 
107 
292 

55 
166 

43 

2 763 

84 
81 
487 
175 
306 
252 
178 
562 
108 
406 
124 

643 
30 
17 

111 
22 
73 
61 
38 
95 
15 

155 
26 

712 
24 
29 
81 
61 

128 
57 
42 

121 
25 

109 
35 

642 
35 
17 
68 
53 
86 
44 
39 

126 
22 

111 
41 


665 252 

12 596 
143 059 
121 078 

73 698 
25 396 
66 550 
38 417 
80 069 
19 757 
65 970 
18 662 

272 168 

11 473 
54 723 
61 660 
54 919 
16 461 

13 968 

14 470 

14 411 
8 870 

18 814 
2 399 

546 894 
16 409 
82 797 
119 878 
111 964 
25 786 
45 154 
32 034 
36 030 
18 297 
48 379 
10 166 

99 217 

5 346 
8 125 

27 289 

15 082 

8 378 

9 321 
4 701 

6 870 
2 358 

10 170 
1 577 

127 402 
(D) 
(0) 

28 737 
35 963 
10 501 

9 012 
(0) 

6 985 
(D) 

7 429 
(D) 

132 296 

8 121 
18 545 

25 260 

26 893 
7 298 

9 744 
6 373 
6 424 
9 496 

12 235 
1 907 


11 734 

519 

315 

2 071 

518 

1 218 

1 103 
746 

2 124 
401 

1 978 
741 

115 
10 
4 
35 
11 
14 

3 

14 
4 
9 

11 

988 
49 
29 

241 
51 

156 
33 
40 

187 
29 

122 
51 

430 
23 
16 
45 
21 
37 
56 
40 
66 
14 
96 
16 

99 
2 
1 
16 
12 
19 

1 
22 

1 
23 

2 

197 

9 

5 

24 

22 

42 

7 

16 

38 

6 

20 

8 


1 917 233 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


83 598 
173 629 


5U 


FOOD STORES 


470 652 


55 EX.55li 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


377 223 






127 032 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


134 262 


57 
5S 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


108 245 
145 004 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


56 566 






183 806 






57 216 




NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA. 


10 258 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


1 094 
275 


54 




2 815 






2 503 


55PT(55y) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


1 331 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


_ 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


66 

905 


59PT(591 ) 


DRUG STORES PROPRIETARY STORES 


422 


59 EX 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


709 






138 




NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH, VA. 


137 118 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


14 058 
17 169 






38 517 


55 EX, 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


18 386 






13 751 






4 555 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


4 765 
10 093 


59PT(591) 
59 EX 591 


DRUG STORES PROPRIETARY STORES 


5 420 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


9 924 






480 




NORWALK, CONN. 


79 732 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS , 


3 415 
5 660 






16 228 


55 EX 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


21 815 






3 663 


56 


APPAREL ACCESSORY STORES 


9 033 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING DRINKING PLACES 


3 808 
6 076 


59PT(591) 




2 332 




6 837 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


865 




ODESSA, TEX. 


9 568 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


(D) 
(D) 


54 


FOOD STORES 


2 494 


55 EX 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


1 859 






1 108 


56 




- 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING DRINKING PLACES 


(D) 
928 






(D) 






2 175 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(D) 




OGDEN, UTAH 


29 439 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


2 378 
1 468 


54 


FOOD STORES 


11 370 


55 EX 554 




2 711 


55PT(554) 




3 743 




993 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


2 057 
1 941 


59Pt(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 




1 197 




1 519 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


62 



Standard Notes: - Represents zem. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-100 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 


Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 


M U07 
191 
170 
512 
321 
751 
295 
272 
878 
166 

6ai 

177 

3' 483 
208 
73 
455 
209 
181 
195 
175 
818 
116 
179 
211 

3 071 
158 

98 
118 
230 
127 
231 
223 
17 3 

91 
502 
193 

11 111 

178 

233 

2 550 

187 

1 117 
981 
651 

2 312 
355 

1 779 
7 38 

1 750 

69 

63 
360 
136 
281 
112 

95 
285 

58 
238 

50 

2 906 
20B 

80 
102 
197 
36 3 
166 
117 
678 

77 
117 
171 


801 

11 

116 

171 

175 

61 

59 

37 

50 

23 

15 

11 

666 
37 
98 
112 
116 
18 
38 
37 
57 
21 
18 
15 

501 

28 

66 

117 

112 

33 

20 

21 

28 

18 

13 

9 

1 871 

67 
252 
160 
321 
120 
122 

89 
116 

19 
150 

88 

211 
11 
29 
55 
59 
18 
11 
11 
12 
10 
16 
2 

167 
36 
60 

101 
91 
33 
17 
21 
33 
11 
35 
15 


506 
621 
171 
715 
780 
029 
266 
959 
650 
135 
805 
772 

197 
769 
878 
198 
120 
813 
140 
151 
173 
755 
986 
881 

035 
335 
170 
012 
680 
651 
820 
013 
902 
512 
957 
953 

219 
391 
002 
937 
689 
098 
181 
261 
078 
897 
311 
Oil 

882 

059 
313 
385 
758 
126 
Oil 
825 
518 
117 
912 
165 

935 
308 
266 
213 
218 
781 
900 
112 
808 
922 
612 
105 


2 982 
120 
109 
312 
208 
191 
193 
192 
621 
111 
167 
128 

2 335 

109 
50 
315 
131 
295 
152 
111 
580 
102 
315 
112 

1 232 

55 

11 

151 

101 

121 

135 

109 

201 

39 

221 

52 

3 362 

99 
61 
781 
108 
233 
357 
198 
751 
99 
521 
115 

623 
17 
26 

101 
13 
90 
61 
10 

108 
25 
90 
16 

1 026 
35 
31 

111 
73 

101 
59 
70 

251 
30 

165 
61 


575 316 
26 836 
102 870 
101 318 
122 833 

10 711 

15 301 

30 931 
38 315 

16 783 
33 118 

12 961 

505 500 
23 579 
85 156 
97 976 
91 893 
29 181 

32 111 

33 Oil 

11 620 

19 396 

31 136 

13 205 

286 721 
11 176 
51 058 
18 381 
79 399 

10 675 

11 601 

15 966 
13 621 

8 526 

20 177 
6 838 

117 128 

11 197 
37 603 
99 238 
76 579 
20 751 

12 713 
26 781 

35 565 
11 997 

10 610 

11 028 

116 528 
2 312 

16 111 

17 536 

36 17 3 

6 003 

8 189 

9 677 
5 966 
1 501 

7 910 
1 217 

207 751 

1 617 

15 156 

37 986 

12 292 
11 095 

7 702 
15 251 
11 105 

8 050 

13 189 
7 975 


1 125 

71 
61 

200 

113 
263 
102 

80 
257 

55 
171 

19 

1 118 
99 
23 

110 
78 

186 
13 
61 

268 
11 

131 
72 

1 812 
103 

57 
297 
129 
306 

96 
111 
269 

52 
278 
111 

8 052 
379 
169 

1 166 
379 
911 
621 
156 

1 561 
256 

1 255 
593 

1 127 
52 
37 

256 
93 

191 
18 
55 

177 
33 

118 
31 

1 880 
173 
19 
258 
121 
259 
107 

121 

17 

252 

110 




52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS , 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


11 785 
13 601 


5n 






55 EX. 55a 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


52 917 


55PT(55U) 




23 318 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


13 962 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


7 025 
12 335 


59PT(591) 




6 652 


59 EX.591 




12 387 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


1 808 




OMAHA, NEBR.-IOWA 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


160 997 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


11 190 
13 122 


5U 


FOOD STORES 


11 522 


55 EX.55U 




21 227 


55PT(55a) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


19 359 


56 




5 729 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


1 107 
12 553 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


5 359 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


11 550 






2 679 




ORLANDO, FLA, 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


217 311 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


11 159 

12 112 


54 


FOOD STORES 


68 631 






33 281 


55PT(55a) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


22 976 






6 219 


57 




8 077 
15 278 






9 986 






23 180 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* ..... 


3 115 




PATER50N-CL1FT0N-PASSAIC, N.J. 


1 123 791 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS , 


52 891 
211 399 


54 


FOOD STORES 


361 699 






218 110 


55PT(55i4) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


99 311 






79 711 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


62 177 
110 513 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES PROPRIETARY STORES 


37 900 


59 EX 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


109 701 






17 013 




PENSACOLA, FLA, 


125 351 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


8 717 
12 902 


54 




37 819 






23 285 


55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX, 591 

53 PART* 




12 123 




2 555 




5 118 

6 552 




5 613 




9 002 




1 218 


PEORIA, ILL. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


260 181 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


31 661 
15 110 




63 257 


55 EX. 55a 

55PT(55£J) 

56 

57 

58 

59PTC59n 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 




51 956 




22 686 




10 198 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


9 158 
19 703 




6 872 




22 153 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 





'Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are sliown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-101 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000 




Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




PHILADELPHIA. PA. -N.J. 
RETAIL TRACt, TOTAL 


39 358 
1 501 
1 107 
8 508 
1 391 
3 180 

3 830 
1 942 
8 459 

1 697 

5 706 

2 037 

6 482 
244 
200 
838 
392 
974 
386 
579 

1 446 
202 

1 090 
531 

724 
36 
35 

156 
55 
91 
42 
38 

105 
18 

120 
28 

20 251 
845 
457 

4 435 
947 

2 290 

1 491 
941 

4 875 
785 

2 241 
944 

702 
37 
26 

112 
44 
75 
55 
49 

129 
19 

124 
32 

1 281 
48 
43 

286 
69 

125 
83 
71 

235 
45 

216 
60 


5 737 
1 33 
756 

1 358 
979 
321 
391 
252 
523 
185 
574 
199 

1 132 

57 

157 

240 

245 

96 

44 

53 

95 

49 

76 

16 

85 

7 

10 

20 

17 

7 

4 

4 

3 

2 

7 

2 878 
119 
457 
770 
494 
190 
162 
121 
222 

99 
179 
58 

126 

6 

18 

52 

20 

8 

7 

6 

8 

3 

U 

2 

219 

7 
32 
56 
41 
11 
11 

7 
11 

5 
29 

5 


442 
774 
805 
425 
727 
000 
572 
694 
067 
974 
627 
97 9 

915 
7 95 
070 
815 
258 
082 
819 
060 
275 
482 
725 
554 

987 
072 
679 
617 
008 
503 
472 
465 
654 
580 
225 
727 

255 
766 
966 
985 
088 
507 
731 
675 
741 
872 
655 
251 

556 
654 
349 
600 
829 
835 
290 
023 
457 
226 
926 
167 

645 
817 
568 
452 
119 
464 
511 
478 
982 
441 
021 
192 


19 951 
595 
539 

5 157 
447 
991 

2 208 
959 

4 550 
968 

2 606 
951 

4 557 
154 
135 
555 
275 
629 
255 
267 

1 002 
140 
751 
216 

551 
28 

88 
52 
65 
41 
55 
86 
15 
96 
25 

5 876 
207 
114 

1 546 
207 
442 
479 
266 

1 526 
249 
705 
557 

546 
25 
25 

92 
56 

48 
49 
59 
98 
14 
94 
50 

753 
26 
27 

168 
37 
60 
61 
47 

156 
28 

129 
54 


2 489 
55 
357 
565 
507 
112 
221 
128 
275 
87 
257 
127 

804 

28 

157 

169 

158 

63 

31 

44 

67 

36 

55 

12 

75 

5 

7 

17 

16 

5 

4 

2 

6 

979 

25 

249 

185 

155 

41 

61 

47 

97 

50 

66 

25 

108 

5 

18 

28 

17 

5 

6 

5 

6 

2 

9 

2 

155 

4 

28 

54 

51 

5 

8 

5 

8 

5 

20 

4 


876 
295 
478 
665 
009 
024 
166 
854 
059 
555 
865 
910 

942 
117 
685 
816 
208 
177 
82 9 
055 
110 
585 
714 
648 

166 
575 
520 
554 
824 
418 
(D) 
085 
989 
(0) 
005 
695 

5 97 
496 
807 
146 
154 
831 
452 
111 
213 
986 
084 
337 

211 
501 
162 
319 
165 
760 
857 
495 
696 
821 
476 
161 

494 
028 
478 
915 
895 
585 
086 
787 
068 
467 
7 95 
372 


19 427 

906 

568 

5 571 

944 

2 189 
1 622 
1 005 

3 909 
729 

5 100 

1 086 

2 145 

90 
65 
285 
119 
345 
151 
112 
444 
62 
559 
115 

173 
8 

15 

68 
5 

26 
1 
5 

19 
5 

24 
5 

14 575 
658 
543 

5 089 
740 

1 848 

1 012 
675 

5 549 
556 

1 558 
607 

156 
14 

3 
20 

8 
27 

6 
10 
31 

5 
50 

2 

528 
22 

16 

118 

32 

65 
22 

24 
99 
17 
87 
26 


5 247 
1 JO 
599 
794 
672 
208 
170 
123 
250 

98 
516 

72 

327 
29 
19 
70 
87 
32 
12 

9 
28 
12 
21 

3 

12 

1 
5 
5 

2 

1 

1 898 

96 
208 
585 
340 
148 
101 

74 
125 

68 
113 

54 

18 

1 

4 

3 
5 

1 
2 

64 

5 

3 

21 

9 

5 
3 
1 
3 
1 
8 


566 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDIM3 MATERIALS, HAROIVAKE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


479 
325 


51 




7 62 


55 ex. 551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


718 


55PT(55"4) 




976 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


206 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


840 
008 


59Pr(591 ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


421 


5<) EX.591 




762 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


069 




PHOENIX, ARIZ. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


971 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


678 
5R7 


51 


FOOD STORES 


997 


55 £X.55"4 




030 


55Pi(554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


905 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


990 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


005 
165 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


897 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


Oil 






906 




PINE BLUFF, ARK. 


821 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


499 
159 


54 




263 


55 EX. 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


184 


55PT(554) 




090 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


(n) 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


380 
645 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(D) 


59 EX.591 




??0 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


34 




PITTSBURGH, PA. 


658 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


270 
159 


54 


FOOD STORES 


859 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


954 


55PT(554) 




676 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


299 


57 
58 


FURNirURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


564 
528 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


886 


59 EX.591 




569 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


914 




PITTSFIELD, MASS. 


125 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


333 

187 


54 




281 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


666 






075 


55 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


433 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


528 
761 


59Pt(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


405 


59 EX.591 




450 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


6 




PORTLAND, MAINE 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


151 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


739 
890 


54 




539 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


224 


55PT(554) 
56 




879 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


225 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


691 
894 


59PT(59l ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


974 






226 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


820 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Witfiheid to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are sfiown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-102 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,0001 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




PORTLAND, ORES. -WASH. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


6 954 
372 
194 

I 013 
453 

1 022 
359 
425 

1 552 
220 
985 
359 

8 295 
288 
210 

1 578 
358 
868 
550 
409 

1 789 
309 

1 416 
520 

830 
39 
36 

118 
52 

149 
52 
52 

145 
28 

122 
37 

946 
32 
29 

148 
59 

134 
46 
52 

242 
50 

141 
33 

1 337 
75 
39 

181 
67 

159 
85 
84 

382 
45 

163 
57 

1 740 

73 

88 

428 

88 

265 

105 

104 

2 35 

43 

216 

95 


1 279 

51 

216 

2 60 

270 

79 

59 

56 

102 

36 

109 

36 

1 100 

42 

145 

276 

181 

62 

78 

46 

80 

41 

109 

36 

114 
7 
13 
27 
21 
12 

5' 

6 

5 
7 
1 

134 

6 

17 

34 

27 

10 

7 

7 

9 

5 

7 

187 
10 
30 
44 
31 
12 

8 

9 
14 

5 
15 

3 

246 
14 
30 
51 
51 
22 
14 
11 
13 
7 
20 
6 


337 
613 
983 
945 
575 
447 
041 
516 
044 
521 
096 
551 

636 
526 
684 
214 
051 
443 
188 
357 
597 
732 
864 
180 

600 
110 
857 
163 
628 
456 
203 
591 
393 
411 
508 
280 

259 
551 
234 
936 
959 
285 
030 
218 
407 
962 
162 
515 

201 
296 
650 
196 
337 
664 
456 
775 
425 
967 
694 
741 

823 
942 
719 
852 
051 
844 
589 
886 
47 3 
953 
944 
565 


3 439 

126 

76 
478 
213 
442 
204 
228 
882 
116 
519 
155 

3 865 
109 
98 
7 62 
140 
339 
311 
192 
833 
161 
679 
241 

440 
19 
12 
56 
28 
85 
33 
28 
75 
11 
66 
27 

7 95 
22 
28 

111 
56 

U2 
44 
49 

190 
29 

123 
31 

831 
38 
26 

124 
36 
97 
68 
62 

212 
57 

108 
25 

944 
59 
51 

170 
49 

133 
78 
66 

155 
24 

128 
71 


751 

17 

171 

116 

154 

57 

45 

54 

62 

15 

69 

28 

553 
18 
99 

113 
'>4 
25 
51 
23 
37 
19 
54 
16 

75 

4 

16 

15 

6 

4 
4 
5 
4 
1 

121 

5 

51 

27 

8 

5 

7 

6 

134 

5 

25 

33 

21 
8 
7 
8 
9 
4 
9 
1 

181 

8 

26 

34 

39 

14 

12 

8 

9 

5 

15 


823 
789 
833 
451 
235 
285 
586 
548 
555 
499 
961 
105 

468 
118 
765 
022 
215 
496 
585 
969 
408 
274 
070 
446 

614 
945 
(D) 
161 
415 
243 
(D) 
558 
190 
727 
449 
214 

247 
524 
(D) 
553 
810 
515 
(D) 
921 
116 
(0) 
602 
(D) 

772 
262 
675 
360 
555 
698 
087 
666 
257 
780 
163 
273 

416 
464 
443 
765 
999 
224 
673 
391 
402 
617 
465 
973 


3 515 
246 
118 
535 
240 
580 
155 
197 
670 
104 
466 
204 

4 430 
179 
112 
816 
218 
529 
239 
217 
956 
148 
737 
279 

590 
20 
24 
62 
24 
64 
19 
24 
70 
17 
56 
10 

151 
10 

1 
37 

3 
22 

2 

5 
52 

I 
18 

2 

506 
37 
15 
57 
51 
52 
17 
22 

170 

8 

55 

34 

796 
34 
57 

258 
39 

132 
27 
38 
SO 
19 
88 
24 


527 

33 

45 

144 

116 

42 

15 

21 

39 

21 

39 

8 

547 
24 
45 

153 
86 
56 
26 
22 
45 
22 
55 
19 

40 

2 

u 

8 
6 

1 
2 
1 
3 

13 

2 

52 
5 
4 

10 
9 
3 
1 
1 
5 
1 
6 
2 

65 
6 
4 
17 
11 
8 
1 
3 
4 
2 
5 


514 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


829 
150 








55 ex. 55a 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


342 


55PT (554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


162 


56 






57 
58 


ruRNITURE, HOME FURNI SH I NGS, EQUI PMENT STORES 


968 


59PT(591 ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


022 


59 EX.591 






53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


446 




PROVIDENCE-PAWTUCKET-WARWICK, R. I. -MASS. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


168 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


208 
919 


51 


FOOD STORES 


192 


55 ex.55H 






55PT(55a) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


947 


56 






57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


388 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


458 


59 EX.591 






53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


734 




PROVO-OREM, UTAH 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


986 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


155 

(n) 


514 






55 EX.5511 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


215 


55PT(55il) 




213 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


fn) 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


233 

203 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


684 


59 EX.591 




059 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


60 




PUEBLO, COLO. 


012 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


027 

(n) 


5« 


FOOD STORES 


603 


55 EX.554 




149 


55Pt(554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


770 


56 




fn) 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


2 97 
291 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(n) 


59 EX.591 




560 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


fnl 




RACINE, WIS. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


429 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING, MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


034 
977 


54 


FOOD STORES 


836 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


784 


55PT(554) 




956 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


369 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


109 
168 


59PT(591) 




187 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


551 


53 PART* 




468 




RALEIGH, N.C. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


407 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


478 
276 


54 


FOOD STORES 


087 


55 EX.554 




052 


55PT(554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


520 


56 




916 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


495 
071 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


341 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


479 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


592 



Slandard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-103 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 


Standard metropolitan statistical area and kmd of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,0001 




READIN'J, Pa, 
KLTAtL TRAOE, TOTAL „ 


2 990 
120 

66 
599 
Ibt 
266 
212 
205 
619 

60 
Ubl 

lee 
e97 

33 

27 
7 9 
67 

129 
69 
U9 

230 
38 

13U 
3U 

3 2H7 
130 
120 
617 
171 
U02 
222 
201 
620 
123 
38U 
177 

1 350 

a7 

Hit 
287 

95 
187 
103 

71 
22 5 

15 
166 

80 

6 2M1 
399 
150 

I 169 
366 
652 
1456 
33H 

i 310 

193 

'•915 

291 

! 960 
123 

U7 
27S 
116 
2714 
129 
110 
H05 

67 
287 
12« 


362 
15 
U7 
81 
70 
21 
20 
16 
29 
7 
UO 
10 

191 

2 3 
U5 
35 
16 
11 
10 
1/ 
11 
13 
1 

66U 

28 

HI 

135 

131 

<I6 

1)6 

27 

UO 

30 

5? 

12 

233 
12 
33 

50 

aa 

16 
17 
11 
13 
11 
18 
8 

1 137 

52 

152 

261 

238 

59 

62 

51 

78 

35 

■■82 

50 

351 
26 
liO 
73 
69 
30 
18 
17 
28 
13 
2i| 
6 


50H 
201 
972 
278 
186 
757 
281 
776 
123 
265 
582 
073 

667 
^85 
122 
H60 
676 
783 
7 06 
033 
367 
1432 
1413 
390 

6214 
167 
909 
31414 
191 
802 
997 
117 
6113 
14614 
926 
0614 

935 
602 
567 
652 
523 
32 U 
718 
876 
1439 
083 
152 
999 

536 
973 
369 
395 
932 
1142 
069 

uq; 

002 
085 
611) 
1470 

927 
012 
328 
5U8 
a91 
180 
002 
1146 
332 
OHl 
751 
096 


1 301 

32 
33 

27a 

57 

92 
136 

92 
290 

35 
190 

70 

657 
25 
18 
52 
56 
85 
60 
140 

158 
32 

101 
30 

2 270 

89 
68 
1428 
119 
283 
182 
137 
1478 
8 '4 
292 

no 

927 
26 
52 

193 
61 

112 
82 
U6 

1514 
314 

117 
70 

3 055 
1514 

51 
650 
113 
21)7 
21)9 
175 
715 
100 
ri4 79 
119 

1 310 
6U 
36 

198 
77 

1714 

100 
74 

268 
55 

169 
95 


161 

3 
52 
2° 
27 

7 
114 
10 
12 

1) 
1" 

1) 

162 

6 
22 
35 
52 
11 
10 

8 
12 

9 
1 1 

1 

1)85 
20 
9U 
83 

101 
21) 
29 
20 
52 
21 

10 

161) 

9 

27 

28 

29 

9 

15 

9 

8 

8 

15 

1 

602 

21 

1014 

122 

155 

25 

140 

514 

111 

18 

''142 

11 

262 
13 
37 
59 
514 
19 
111 

in 

16 
11 

15 

a 


257 
755 
260 
2 58 
995 
808 
91)5 
551 
57 5 
085 
01)5 
586 

567 
871) 
507 
280 
018 
9114 
505 
71)7 
«68 
957 
225 
2 96 

531 
57 
578 
5314 
357 
733 
561 
682 
558 
«52 
055 
891 

501 
866 
1458 
705 
6814 
609 
1445 
150 
5414 
636 
7 111 
692 

57 3 
840 
695 
076 
526 
914 
471 
482 
564 
1 10 
225 
U31 

212 
057 
917 
101 
601 
590 
914 
809 
812 
417 
67 4 
520 


1 689 
88 
53 

325 

97 

194 

76 

113 

359 

25 

261 

113 

240 

8 

9 

27 

11 

4 4 

9 

9 

80 

o 6 

53 

4 

977 
4 1 
52 

169 
52 

199 
40 
64 

142 
39 
92 
67 

325 

21 
12 
94 
54 
75 
21 
25 
71 
1 1 
49 
10 

5 186 
245 

99 
519 
255 
405 
207 
159 
595 

93 

•■436 

172 

650 
59 
11 
80 
39 

100 
29 
56 

157 
12 

118 
29 


201 
11 
15 
52 
42 
15 

5 

8 
16 

5 
26 

5 

52 

1 

10 
5 

4 
1 
1 

4 
I 
2 

181 

7 

17 

52 

29 

22 

17 

6 

8 

9 

9 

1 

74 
2 
6 
21 
14 
6 
2 
2 
4 
2 
2 
7 

555 
31 
47 

139 

103 
35 
21 
16 
56 
16 

'■110 
59 

89 

12 

2 

19 

14 

10 

5 

2 

11 

1 

9 

1 


247 


b2 

53 PART* 


LUMl*ER, bUlLOTM'i MATERIALS, HAKOWARC, FARM COUIP. OEALfRb. . 
GENLRAL MEKCHANCI'jL GROUP STORES* , 


414S 
7 12 


^M 






55 EX.S'ja 




191 


55fT{'.f)U) 


GAiOLINE SERVICL STATIONS 


949 


56 




33ft 


57 
58 


FUKMTURt, HOHL FURNISHINGS, EOUIPMEI^T STOKES, , 


425 

753 


59Pr(591) 




1ft? 


59 EX.SQl 


OTHER KF.TAIL STOKES „ c . 


537 


53 PART* 




69? 




HE MO, NEV. 


100 


52 

53 PART* 

5*4 


LUMUEK, BUlLDlNij MATERIALS, HAKDWARL , FARM EQUIP. tJE/xLLRS, , 

gen::ral mlwchandise group stores* 


41 1 
815 
180 


55 ex. 554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS „ 


65ft 


55PT,(55M; 
56 


gasoline service STATIOf-S , . o . 

APPAKEL, ACCf"SSO«v STORES , 


869 
?05 


57 

58 


FUKNITUPK, HOME FURNISHINGS, LOUIPMLNT STORES , 


286 
899 


S9PT(591) 
59 LX.591 


DRUG STORE*-, PRnpHltTAKY STORFS , , 


495 




190 


53 PART* 


NONSTOKE R>TAllLRS*. , , 


94 




RICHMOND, \'A, 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAI , 


095 


52 

55 PART* 


LUMUER, OUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS, . 
GEi^ERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


597 
531 


54 




010 


55 cX.55a 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


834 


55PT(55a) 




069 
4 36 


57 
58 


FiJRNirURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


455 
105 


59PT(591) 
59 CX,591 




052 


OTHER KETAIt STOPES. . , 


371 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* ,,, 


175 




ROANOKE, VA, 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


454 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATEHIaLS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS. . 


756 
109 


5M 


FOOD STOKES „ ^ 


949 






839 


55PT(55a) 
56 




715 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES o. 


275 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


726 
895 


59PT(59l) 
59 EX, 691 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES <, c ,. . g . 

OTHER RETAll STORES 


447 
438 






307 


52 


ROCHESTER, N.Y, 

RETAll. TRADE, TOTAL 

LMMQER, bUILDING MATERIALS, HARDvyAKE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS. . 


163 
153 

674 






319 


55 EX, 55*1 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 




55PT(55«) 
56 








59B 


57 




438 


5907(591) 








589 






039 






715 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS, , 


955 
411 


54 


FOOD STORES 










55PTC554) 










57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


520 


59PTC591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



















*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in ttiis table. 



Revised. 



1-104 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SI\«SA 


SIC 
code 


Establisti- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establisfi- 
menls 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


52 

53 PART* 
514 


SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILUING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
UENEKAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ............. 

FOOD STOKES. .................. 


5 529 
260 
185 
698 
379 
796 
375 
320 

1 289 
156 
7814 
277 

1 580 
105 

147 
277 
101 
2114 

90 
110 
298 

59 
160 
119 

9014 
148 
27 

122 
58 

118 
511 
61 

192 
38 

122 
614 

17 651 

7714 

U85 

3 3142 

933 

2 089 

1 0714 
903 

11 3011 
619 

2 155 
952 

3 2142 
158 

87 
a 38 
216 
551 
210 
195 
622 
127 
408 
230 

777 
36 
25 

113 
60 

117 
1414 
'46 

171 
22 

110 
33 


1 075 507 

53 307 

135 9114 

257 5148 
213 526 

82 255 
514 767 

55 199 
86 3114 
53 063 
62 1470 

11 033 

258 107 

19 0143 
31 975 
60 539 
52 8211 
18 515 

16 236 
114 153 

17 655 
9 342 

12 380 

5 14145 

127 249 

7 759 

18 727 
2 9 521 
21 243 

8 936 
8 310 

6 629 

7 988 

6 096 
10 435 

1 605 

2 847 475 
140 487 
446 486 
696 723 
527 500 
208 058 

136 935 

128 146 
221 883 
110 493 
1714 651 

56 103 

668 142 
36 910 
82 373 
148 005 
139 084 
48 930 
30 848 
47 055 

40 172 

41 7 02 
38 753 
14 289 

95 916 
5 825 

13 399 

20 301 
20 884 

7 401 
5 091 
3 651 
5 235 
3 270 

8 689 
1 170 


2 096 

85 

63 

257 

100 

245 

162 

135 

533 

67 

340 

98 

909 
43 
25 

169 
41 

119 
69 
72 

173 
39 

105 
54 

812 
48 
25 

107 
55 
97 
54 
57 

172 
38 

103 
56 

6 909 
201 
138 

1 548 
251 
567 
453 
312 

2 028 
256 
855 
290 

1 723 

59 

37 

250 

116 

275 

116 

114 

335 

63 

251 

107 

723 
35 
22 

102 
58 

113 
44 
46 

154 
21 
95 
33 


453 554 
21 500 

90 486 
83 162 
85 571 

26 947 

27 374 
36 957 

42 740 
15 547 
25 784 

4 486 

155 040 

7 517 
2 108 
30 485 

36 217 

10 821 
13 595 

9 127 

8 919 

5 983 

9 535 
2 733 

120 359 

7 759 
18 667 

28 021 
20 959 

5 969 

8 310 

6 485 

7 2 05 

6 096 

8 316 
1 581 

1 058 322 

43 047 
207 400 
223 975 
183 053 

56 739 
60 953 
60 207 
103 197 

37 7 02 
71 147 

20 901 

412 241 
13 532 
70 050 
68 678 
95 867 
25 913 
18 249 
34 139 
24 661 

21 730 
28 293 

11 129 

91 452 
(P) 

13 328 

18 208 

(D) 

7 259 
5 091 

3 651 

4 775 
(D) 

7 317 
1 170 


3 433 

175 

122 

431 
279 
550 
213 
185 
756 
99 
444 
179 

671 
62 
22 

108 
50 
95 
21 
38 

125 
20 
55 
65 

92 

2 
15 

3 
21 

4 
20 

19 
8 

10 742 

57 3 

348 

1 7 94 

682 

1 522 
521 
591 

2 276 
363 

1 300 
672 

1 519 

99 

50 

188 

100 

275 

94 

81 

287 

64 

157 

123 

54 
1 
3 

11 

2 
4 

17 

1 

15 


611 953 
31 807 
45 428 

17 4 486 






125 955 


55PT(551I) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ....... ... 


55 319 
27 393 


57 
58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX. 591 
53 PART* 

52 

53 PART* 

514 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EOUIPMCNT STORES. ....... 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES. .................. 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. .............. 

OTHER RETAIL STOKES. ... ........... 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

SAGINAV^, MICH. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. ....... . 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDVrfARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ............. 

FOOD STORES 


28 242 
43 574 
36 516 
35 586 
6 547 

103 067 
11 526 
11 867 
30 054 






15 607 


55PT(5514) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


7 694 
2 541 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ....... 

EATING, DRINj^ING PLACES. 


5 026 
8 736 


59Pr(591) 
59 EX. 591 
53 PART* 

52 

53 PART* 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES . 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* ................ 

ST. JOSEPH, MO. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDVMRE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ............. 


3 359 

2 845 
2 712 

6 880 

60 
1 500 


55 EX, 5514 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . ....... 


284 


55PT(5514) 

56 

57 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ....... 


1 967 

143 
783 


59PT(591 ) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STOKES 


- 


OTHER RETAIL STORES. ............. 

NONSTORE RETAILERS*. . ...... 


2 119 
24 


52 

53 PART* 

514 

55 EX. 5511 


ST. LOUIS, MO. -ILL. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. ...... ... 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* ......... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 


1 779 153 

97 440 

239 086 

472 747 

344 447 


ssptCssi) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 

52 

53 PART* 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ...... ...... 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. ,...,...„ 

OTHER RETAIL STORES. .................... 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. .... . 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDVMRE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ... 


151 319 
75 982 
67 939 

118 686 
72 791 

103 514 
35 202 

255 901 
23 378 
12 323 
7 9 327 


55 EX.5511 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ............. 


43 217 


55PT(55ll) 
56 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ................. 


23 017 
12 599 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. . . 


12 927 
15 511 


59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


19 972 
10 470 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RET/VILERS*. 

SAN ANGELO, TEX. 
RETAIL TRADE TOTAL 


3 160 

4 464 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDVMRE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


(0) 
71 






2 093 


55 EX.5511 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


(D) 


55PT(5514) 
56 




142 




- 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STOKES 


460 


59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 




(D) 




1 372 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


- 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE- AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-105 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX. 591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

it 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59l) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(55a) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SAN ANTONIOi TEX. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERt BUILDrNG MATERIALSi HARrtWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

SAN DERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTARIOi CALIF. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERt BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

SAN DIEGOi CALIF. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

SAN FRANCISO-OAKLANDi CALIF. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

SAN JOSEi CALIF. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

SANTA BARBARAi CALIF. 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SMSA 



Establisti- 
ments 



(number) 



5 961 
198 
160 

1 121 
592 
756 
310 
219 

1 382 
189 
817 
357 



7 892 
101 
217 
970 
517 

1 168 
532 
5 93 

1 707 
171 

1 221 
359 



71 
63 
209 
108 
268 
153 
161 
359 
56 
318 
102 



Sales 
($1,000) 



807 137 
33 179 
111 139 
179 305 
166 106 

55 755 
51 933 
32 821 

56 718 
25 383 
51 012 
12 153 



299 693 

79 861 

131 231 

299 831 

216 713 

130 681 

59 271 

77 616 

102 102 

12 171 

101 139 

22 705 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



7 


891 


1 108 380 




287 


57 665 




238 


229 815 




977 


2 95 Oil 




161 


278 221 




908 


105 232 




601 


75 107 




513 


70 711 


1 


832 


116 611 




197 


52 192 


1 


373 


102 508 




171 


21 608 



23 


109 


1 511 


312 




801 


136 


951 




683 


r622 


257 


3 


997 


1 070 


173 


1 


095 


791 


105 


2 


251 


281 


178 


1 


686 


303 


857 


1 


691 


'■^35 


162 


5 


180 


160 


566 




770 


"■160 


151 


3 


978 


338 


158 




971 


71 


621 



608 


1 221 816 


251 


65 131 


158 


182 981 


691 


265 795 


108 


233 561 


689 


85 002 


167 


79 522 


168 


73 720 


025 


83 383 


195 


18 107 


930 


88 281 


323 


19 021 



366 382 
22 198 
29 183 
78 511 
68 779 
51 591 
22 125 
33 225 
32 128 
15 171 
2 7 632 
5 105 



5 181 
160 
127 
979 
317 
639 
279 
211 

1 200 
168 
735 
555 



2 110 

95 

76 

286 

215 

307 

182 

196 

177 

68 

111 

99 



1 157 
108 
122 
521 
205 
115 
516 
295 

1 057 
111 
752 
211 



11 698 
270 
301 

2 311 
575 
859 
820 
760 

5 165 
567 

2 HI 
576 



2 205 

81 

55 

275 

170 

261 

178 

182 

118 

69 

560 

125 



877 
55 
27 

101 
13 
96 
79 
91 

155 
27 

190 
32 



Sales 
($1,000) 



726 051 

27 701 

130 905 

153 122 

159 029 

17 708 

17 361 

30 931 

19 728 

22 286 

11 522 

12 158 



516 785 

20 238 

91 600 

111 555 

121 729 

51 919 

2 9 161 

38 371 

32 629 

16 912 

57 632 

8 901 



791 550 

20 021 

117 810 

119 285 

115 171 

51 568 

51 962 

15 152 
73 281 
28 710 
63 281 

16 519 



167 611 
17 058 
351 571 
152 787 
338 690 
105 101 
189 166 
125 701 
279 175 
"■63 711 
178 650 
53 101 



160 032 
31 328 
67 963 
91 176 
85 212 
31 707 
28 137 
30 500 
33 915 
11 751 
51 180 
1 805 



173 718 

12 300 

12 037 

33 777 

26 575 

11 651 

15 630 

25 611 

15 051 

6 158 

15 095 

1 796 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



785 
58 
55 

115 
15 

117 
51 
55 

182 
21 

112 
21 



5 182 
508 
171 
681 
502 
861 
550 
597 

1 250 
106 
615 
260 



5 751 
179 
116 
153 
256 
193 
258 
250 
775 
86 
611 
227 



5 105 
170 
105 
116 
258 
128 
289 
286 
577 
126 
570 
198 



1 027 
11 
56 

105 
65 

172 
71 
75 

201 
29 

158 
70 



Sales 

($1,000) 



81 105 

5 178 
10 551 
25 883 

7 077 

8 017 
1 572 
1 890 
7 020 
3 097 

6 190 
1 015 



752 910 

59 626 

12 631 

188 179 

122 Oil 

95 7 65 

29 807 

39 275 

69 775 

25 252 

66 507 

15 801 



611 050 

57 611 

82 055 

115 761 

131 750 

50 661 

23 115 

25 282 

15 557 

25 782 

59 221 

8 089 



11 711 


2 315 728 


551 


89 895 


382 


^■290 683 


1 686 


657 686 


720 


155 715 


1 112 


180 777 


866 


111 391 


931 


■■ni 161 


2 315 


181 391 


105 


96 720 


1 861 


159 788 


595 


21 223 



761 781 

51 106 

115 021 

171 519 

118 322 

53 295 

51 385 

13 220 

19 138 

33 556 

51 101 

11 218 



192 651 

10 198 
17 116 

11 567 

12 106 
19 960 

6 795 

9 611 

17 071 

8 753 

12 557 

5 307 



'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC malor group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Revised. 



1-106 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 




SAVANNAH, GA. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


1 577 

52 

56 
305 

89 
261 
113 

96 
200 

67 
250 

88 

2 910 

97 
65 
682 
117 
261 
201 
108 
770 
100 
388 
116 

9 682 
167 
215 

1 168 
597 

1 302 
561 
686 

2 130 
319 

1 391 
186 

2 063 

86 

89 
125 
121 
292 
171 
120 
303 

76 
301 

70 

1 119 
83 
31 

169 
67 

162 
61 
58 

287 
39 

151 
36 

837 
62 
19 
72 
17 

122 
53 
56 

181 
26 

128 
68 


217 677 
9 230 

25 610 

19 002 

11 160 

20 718 

17 165 

12 692 

12 362 
7 180 

16 028 
2 930 

278 318 
10 051 

10 512 
72 311 

13 999 

15 112 

20 925 

11 287 
19 131 

7 213 

26 700 
11 651 

1 717 818 

89 Oil 

252 891 

116 668 
289 533 

117 088 
81 191 
71 176 

111 667 

69 113 
165 992 

19 855 

332 860 
19 215 
39 871 
76 370 

70 102 

21 302 

27 168 

18 160 

16 730 
11 728 

22 112 
7 082 

181 709 

16 368 
31 931 

11 691 

28 621 

12 351 
9 296 

7 337 

13 868 
5 683 

11 338 
1 222 

137 951 
11 285 

17 518 
21 131 
27 110 

9 712 

8 286 
5 888 

9 716 
8 381 

10 602 
1 929 


1 276 
39 
15 

251 
75 

190 

101 
92 

111 
61 

212 
69 

1 375 
11 
35 

338 
53 

102 

107 
57 

311 
50 

179 
66 

5 785 
205 
137 
930 
311 
678 
350 
101 

1 126 
208 
866 
211 

1 101 
61 
60 

267 
71 

197 

118 
96 

191 
55 

223 
19 

811 
13 
21 

118 
11 

111 
59 
19 

196 
27 

111 
29 

652 
31 
11 
57 
37 
85 
51 
50 

115 
22 
96 
61 


190 503 

7 673 

22 850 
11 831 

11 998 
16 367 
16 279 

12 120 
9 699 
6 107 

13 807 

2 582 

162 691 

1 726 

29 206 

35 073 

26 313 

6 951 
13 632 

8 518 
11 082 

3 775 

11 371 

9 017 

1 110 195 

16 828 
198 053 
227 621 
179 298 

60 991 
60 779 
19 611 
99 585 
39 775 
110 167 
37 781 

259 616 
13 931 

33 850 
55 671 
55 032 

17 076 

21 971 
16 190 

12 001 
9 366 

16 503 
5 113 

119 121 
10 537 
31 551 
31 671 

23 113 
9 296 

8 962 
(0) 

9 702 
1 907 

(D) 
1 180 

122 115 
9 760 

17 036 

22 572 
25 326 

7 529 
(D) 

5 577 

8 360 
8 063 
8 120 

(D) 


302 
13 
11 
51 
11 
71 
9 
1 
59 
13 
38 
19 

1 535 
53 
30 

311 
61 

162 
97 
51 

126 
50 

209 
19 

3 897 
262 
108 
6 38 
266 
621 
211 
282 
701 
111 
526 
215 

659 
25 
39 

168 
50 
95 
26 
21 

109 
21 
81 
21 

338 

10 

10 

51 

23 

51 

5 

9 

91 

12 

10 

6 

185 
28 

8 
15 
10 
37 

2 

6 
39 

1 
32 

1 




52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EOUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


1 557 

2 760 


51 


FOOD STORES 




55 EX. 551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


2 162 


55PT{551) 






56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


1 186 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


272 
2 763 


59PT(591) 






59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


2 221 


53 PART* 








SCRANTON, PA. 




52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


6 328 
11 336 


51 


FOOD STORES 


37 268 


56 EX.551 




17 666 


55PT(551) 






56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


7 293 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


2 769 
8 352 


59PT(591) 




3 168 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


11 329 






2 631 




SEATTLE-EVERETT, WASH. 


637 323 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EOUIP. DEALERS . 


12 213 
51 811 


51 


FOOD STORES 


189 017 


55 EX.551 




110 235 


55Pt(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


56 091 


56 




20 112 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


21 862 
12 082 


59Pt{591 ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


29 638 


59 EX.591 




55 825 


53 PART* 




12 071 




SHREVEPORT, LA. 


73 211 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EOUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


5 311 

6 021 


51 


FOOD STORES 


20 796 


55 EX.551 




15 070 


55PT(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


7 226 


56 




2 191 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


1 960 
1 726 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


2 362 


59 EX.591 




5 609 


5 3 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


1 969 




SIOUX CITY, lOWA-NEBR. 


32 588 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EOUIP. DEALERS . 


1 831 
383 


51 


FOOD STORES 


7 020 






5 178 


55PTC551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


3 055 


56 




331 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


(0) 
1 166 






776 


59 EX.591 




(D) 






12 




SIOUX FALLS, S.DAK. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


15 536 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EOUIP. DEALERS . 


1 525 
512 


51 




1 862 


55 EX.661 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


1 781 


66Pt(661) 




2 213 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


(0) 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


311 
1 386 


69PT(691) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


318 






2 1S2 


63 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(0) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Witliheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-107 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(59l) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART" 



52 

53 PART* 

5« 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5" 

55 EX.55U 

55PT(55«) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

5U 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55Pt(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



SOUTH BENDi IND. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ' 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREt HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES* PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SPOKANE* WASH. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER! BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELt ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREt HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SPRINGFIELD! ILL. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SPRINGFIELD! MO. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SPRINGFIELD! OHIO 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUM8ER! BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING! DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SPRINGFIELD-CHICOPEE-HOLYOKEi MASS. -CONN. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER! BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE! FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS '. . . 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



122 
171 
107 
315 
121 
356 
150 
139 
186 
83 
331 
127 



2 219 
102 
60 
302 
161 
379 
127 
123 
131 
82 
300 
152 



1 176 

78 

35 

190 

101 

210 

66 

66 

120 

13 

191 

73 



1 389 

81 

56 

161 

120 
256 
100 

67 
217 

10 
191 

70 



1 098 
12 
20 

211 
65 

111 
51 
70 

211 
11 

158 
52 



391 677 
23 782 
57 211 

""ai 902 
81 110 
30 788 
23 107 
17 350 
29 273 
11 062 
25 118 
7 311 



370 216 
11 200 
61 517 
81 676 
70 800 
26 359 

16 036 

17 181 
23 137 
13 586 
33 517 

6 201 



211 212 

22 208 
29 961 

18 929 
10 079 

19 685 
16 332 
12 131 

23 913 
9 517 

16 295 
1 826 



196 817 

15 601 

21 032 

35 560 

13 573 

15 385 

11 761 

8 366 

11 195 

13 229 

15 538 

2 271 



175 333 

13 889 

18 787 

11 180 

37 816 

11 795 

8 099 

7 178 

11 222 

5 710 

11 261 

2 033 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) i«ithlield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



1 385 


690 100 


208 


30 083 


131 


97 903 


755 


168 576 


232 


123 083 


131 


37 508 


299 


37 718 


261 


30 213 


880 


51 105 


200 


21 295 


733 


70 352 


219 


19 231 


(X) Nolappli 


cable. 'Revise 



1 213 
71 
59 

181 
58 

166 
78 
68 

273 
16 

182 
58 



1 589 

51 

39 

218 

110 

263 

103 

99 

310 

63 

223 

107 



971 
37 
21 

123 
65 

135 
55 
18 

261 
36 

139 
51 



1 163 

71 

11 

137 

112 

187 

96 

63 

201 

37 

155 

63 



825 
30 
15 

155 
11 

101 
19 
59 

187 
36 

111 
35 



603 
103 
83 
182 
136 
215 
199 
155 
52 9 
128 
113 
131 



229 511 

9 236 

11 210 

15 016 

16 363 

11 026 
16 160 

12 181 
18 396 

9 728 

12 289 

1 876 



282 759 
7 952 
57 131 
61 087 
19 736 
17 669 
11 772 
13 353 
17 995 
11 155 
27 193 
1 113 



177 692 

12 227 

28 666 

32 598 

25 510 

11 817 

15 879 

11 199 

15 915 

8 317 

10 801 

1 100 



178 179 

11 666 

22 190 

32 778 

11 U12 

11 Oil 

11 612 

8 320 

9 922 
13 095 
10 895 

2 218 



135 030 

(D) 

18 535 

30 681 

31 025 
11 308 

(D) 
6 163 
9 321 
5 172 
8 819 
1 857 



126 100 

11 107 
62 151 

100 223 
80 319 
21 131 
27 261 
21 273 
30 972 
15 130 
10 902 

12 325 



1 179 
100 

18 
161 

66 
190 

72 

71 
213 

37 
152 

69 



630 
18 
21 
81 
51 

116 
21 
21 

121 
19 



505 
11 
11 
67 
39 
75 
11 
18 

159 

7 

52 

22 



226 
10 
15 
21 
8 
69 



273 
12 

5 
59 
21 
10 

2 
11 
57 

5 
11 
17 



1 782 
105 

51 
273 

97 
186 
100 
109 
351 

72 
320 
118 



162 163 

11 516 

16 001 

"■36 856 

35 017 

16 762 

6 917 

5 166 

10 877 

1 331 
13 159 

2 168 



87 


187 


6 


218 


7 


113 


23 


589 


21 


061 


8 


690 


1 


261 


3 


831 


5 


112 


2 


131 


6 


021 


1 


791 



66 


520 


9 


981 


1 


298 


16 


331 


11 


539 


7 


868 




153 




935 


7 


998 


1 


200 


5 


191 




126 



18 


338 




938 


1 


512 


2 


782 


2 


131 


1 


311 




119 




16 


1 


573 




131 


1 


613 




56 



10 


303 




(D) 




252 


10 


799 


6 


821 


3 


187 




(D) 




715 


1 


901 




568 


5 


115 




176 



263 700 

15 676 
35 119 
68 353 
12 761 

16 371 
10 157 

8 970 
20 133 

9 165 
29 150 

6 909 



1-108 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Central cities 



Establish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Remainder of SMSA 



Establish- 
ments 

(numl)er) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



52 

53 PART* 

i1 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(55U) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX. 551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



52 

53 PART* 

51 

55 EX.551 

55PT(551) 

56 

57 

58 

59PT(591) 

59 EX.591 

53 PART* 



STAMFORDi CONN. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS) HARDWAREt FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE* HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



STEUBENVILLE-WEIRTONi OHIO-W.VA. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE" FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



STOCKTONi CALIF. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES . 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



SYRACUSEi N.Y. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TACOMAi WASH, 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURGi FLA. 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWAREi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 816 

67 

19 

281 

83 

183 

188 

133 

261 

51 

172 

75 



1 577 
67 
11 

368 
93 

161 
71 
81 

131 
19 

167 
12 



2 171 
125 

71 
393 
110 
297 
116 
132 
611 

65 
385 
109 



5 169 
279 
139 
891 
269 
555 
339 
217 

1 200 
115 
801 
301 



2 612 
125 

70 
370 
203 
111 
133 
187 
560 

85 
361 
131 



332 872 

18 727 
33 935 
81 368 
56 105 

19 785 
21 021 
17 120 
19 502 

9 021 

11 301 

5 381 



171 332 
8 032 
22 518 
53 711 
28 801 
13 163 
8 139 

8 501 
12 112 

6 305 

9 327 
3 117 



387 318 
21 802 
31 912 
90 923 
73 381 
29 561 
26 601 
19 788 
33 595 
11 125 
38 712 
1 879 



786 709 

36 620 

97 230 

202 995 

152 959 

16 823 

16 783 
32 933 
65 095 
25 973 
61 325 

17 973 



113 799 
18 381 
61 538 
87 211 
79 871 
31 556 
16 183 
21 998 
30 135 
11 650 
39 581 
6 086 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



7 813 


1 


152 391 


320 




11 370 


206 




175 787 


1 190 




262 109 


168 




250 281 


I 115 




85 936 


182 




19 359 


501 




19 987 


1 176 




89 265 


291 




17 861 


1 253 




85 518 


178 




11 588 


(X) NolappI 


cable. 





1 030 
39 
26 

175 
15 

105 
98 
71 

175 
28 

226 
39 



678 
33 
18 

130 
13 
56 
12 
17 

171 
22 
92 
21 



17 

21 
117 

66 
110 

88 

66 
318 

37 
200 

11 



2 072 

69 

35 

386 

80 

171 

165 

116 

192 

61 

328 

163 



1 126 

61 

31 

188 

116 

213 

93 

115 

305 

16 

196 

56 



1 618 
179 
121 
728 
276 
661 
307 
309 
858 
187 
712 
217 



176 709 

9 176 

25 151 

11 196 

27 719 

9 717 

11 065 

10 291 

10 111 

5 051 

20 152 

3 111 



111 


269 




(D) 




(D) 


33 


636 


18 


262 


5 


709 




(d) 




(D) 


5 


876 


3 


887 


6 


039 




(D) 



209 096 
10 970 
21 131 
33 063 

18 181 

12 333 

19 173 

13 979 
17 965 

6 265 

20 517 
2 183 



355 681 

8 878 
58 186 
68 832 
79 750 
15 180 

29 206 
21 267 

30 132 

9 778 
21 598 

9 571 



266 111 

8 825 
19 152 
16 717 
57 117 

16 936 

9 981 

17 651 
19 795 

9 107 

27 205 

3 622 



768 812 

21 602 

111 089 

159 219 

171 701 

51 537 

35 139 

32 821 

56 323 

31 153 

50 865 

U 057 



816 
28 
23 

106 
38 
78 
90 
59 
86 
26 

216 
36 



899 
31 
26 

238 
50 

105 
29 
37 

257 
27 
75 
21 



1 327 
78 
17 

216 
71 

187 
58 
66 

2 93 
28 

185 
65 



3 097 
210 
101 
508 
189 
381 
171 
131 
708 
81 
173 
138 



1 216 
61 
36 

182 
87 

198 
10 
72 

255 
39 

168 
78 



195 
111 
85 
162 
192 
181 
175 
192 
618 
107 
511 
231 



156 163 

9 551 

8 181 
12 872 
28 686 
10 068 

9 959 
7 126 
9 058 
3 970 

21 119 

2 2U0 



60 


063 




(D) 




(D) 


20 


078 


10 


539 


7 


151 




(D) 




(D) 


6 


236 


2 


118 


3 


288 




(D) 



178 222 

13 832 

7 808 

57 860 

25 200 

17 231 

6 131 
5 809 

15 630 

7 860 

18 165 
2 696 



131 028 
27 712 
39 Oil 

131 163 
73 209 
31 313 
17 577 
11 666 
31 963 
16 195 
36 727 
8 399 



117 388 

9 559 

15 086 

10 191 
22 757 

11 620 

6 199 

7 317 
10 610 

5 513 

12 379 
2 161 



383 582 

19 768 

31 698 

103 190 

75 580 

31 399 

11 220 

17 163 

52 912 

16 108 

31 683 

3 531 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-109 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 



SIC 
code 


SlandaTd metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


Establish- 






Establish- 






Establish 








ments 


Sales 




ments 


Sales 




ments 


Sales 








(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




(number) 


($1,000) 






TERRE HAUTE, IND. 






















RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL .,..,. 


1 897 


256 


693 


877 


176 


910 


1 020 


79 


783 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. , 


1)6 


13 


192 


31 


5 


756 


82 


7 


736 


53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . 


69 


32 


065 


19 


27 


139 


50 


1 


926 


5U 




356 

111 
259 


19 
11 
18 


015 
95 9 
280 


113 

61 

108 


29 

28 

9 


633 
676 
HI 


213 
53 
151 


19 

16 

9 


38? 


55 EX.551J 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ,,.,.,,..,.,. . 


?fl3 


55FT(55'4) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS . . . . 


139 


56 




76 
86 


8 
8 


210 
838 


11 

52 




(D) 
(0) 


32 
31 




(n) 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


(D) 


58 


EATING, DRINMNG PLACES 


116 
57 


15 

8 


953 
727 


213 
28 


9 
6 


682 
157 


2 03 
29 


6 
2 


27 1 


59Pr(591 ) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES , . . . 


57 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES . 


291 


17 


668 


110 


9 


070 


151 


3 


598 


53 PART* 




57 


39 


156 


35 




(0) 


22 




(D) 




TEXARKANA, TEX, -ARK. 






RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL, ..... . , . . . 


972 


115 


353 


703 


95 


090 


269 


20 


263 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


17 


7 


980 


35 


6 


199 


12 


1 


181 


53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STOKES*. ............. 


13 


15 


969 


28 




(D) 


15 




(0) 


5^4 


FOOD STORES ,.,.., .., 


221 
63 


26 
23 


165 
069 


133 
50 


20 


185 
(D) 


li 


5 


980 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ..... . . . 


(0) 


55PT(55'4) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS , , 


113 


9 


616 


103 


7 


319 


10 


2 


327 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES. ...,..,........,, 


60 


6 


801 


IS 


6 


301 


12 




500 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES, ..,.,,. 


19 


1 


933 


39 


1 


136 


10 




197 


58 


EATING, DRINNilNG PLACES „.,,...,,..., 


130 


5 


337 


103 


1 


065 


27 


1 


272 


59Pr(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. ..,...,..,..,. 


35 


3 


770 


28 


3 


001 


7 




769 


59 EX. 591 




lie 

30 


10 


503 
880 


116 

20 


8 


308 
(D) 


32 

10 


2 


195 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS*, . . , , , . . 


(D) 




TOLEDO, OHIO-MICH, 






















RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL, . . . . 


5 090 


837 


511 


2 325 


196 


613 


2 265 


310 


901 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS. . 


313 


11 


935 


119 


15 


112 


191 


26 


573 


53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. ...... 


123 


127 


919 


60 


92 


101 


63 


35 


518 


51 


FOOD STORES . . . 


739 


202 


138 


126 


115 


176 


313 


87 


262 


55 EX. 551 




217 
732 


161 
68 


507 
158 


98 
366 


90 
32 


215 
761 


119 
366 


71 


262 


55Pr(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


397 


56 




273 
299 


31 
33 


027 
610 


179 
159 


22 
20 


020 
77 1 


91 
110 


12 
12 


UUI 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STOKES. ....... 


839 


56 


EATING, DRINKING PLACES. .................. 


1 261 


73 


051 


785 


15 


101 


179 


27 


950 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES . . . . 


181 


31 


687 


111 


20 


627 


70 


10 


860 


59 EX, 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES, ..,^. 


650 
269 


17 
15 


597 
565 


392 
130 


30 
11 


717 
182 


258 
139 


16 
1 


abu 






383 




TOHEKa, KANS. 






RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL . . . . 


1 186 


196 


021 


1 07 9 


183 


1J9 


107 


12 


605 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS. . 


19 


13 


57 7 


37 


11 


931 


12 


1 


613 


5? PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. . , , . . . . . 


12 


25 


383 


39 


22 


789 


3 


2 


591 


51 


FOOD STORES. , . , 


98 


13 


102 


86 


10 


375 


12 


2 


727 


55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ..................... 


73 


38 


362 


65 


37 


217 


8 


1 


115 


55PI(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ................. 


195 


16 


175 


171 


11 


527 


21 


1 


618 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES, ................. 


75 


11 


617 


73 




(D) 


2 




(D) 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ....... 


55 


11 


02 9 


63 




(D) 


2 




tu) 


58 


EATING, DRINKING PLACES. .,.,...,,.....,... 


223 


11 


116 


202 


10 


312 


21 


1 


07 1 


59PT{591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. ,,,..... 


13 


9 


118 


13 


Q 


118 


- 




- 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES. ....... 


236 


13 


173 


219 


12 


183 


17 




990 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS*. .................... 

TRErjTON, N.J. 


87 


2 


112 


81 


2 


2 91 


6 




118 




RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. ......,.,..,..,.. 


2 805 


139 


117 


■■l 516 


"■197 


377 


>■ 1 259 


■■212 


070 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 


122 


21 


817 


r59 


r7 


836 


■■63 






53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES*. , . . . . 


61 


59 


067 


.. ^o 


18 


ObO 


31 






51 


FOOD STORES 


536 


89 


500 


"^311 


r33 


522 


"■192 






55 EX.551 




102 


71 


863 


35 


15 


515 


67 






55?T(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. .,...,.,,......., 


261 


26 


676 


102 


8 


911 


159 






56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORLS. ................. 


213 


28 


860 


■■165 


'•20 


131 




■■12 




57 


FURNITURE, HOME FUPNl SHI tiGS , EQUIPMEfJT STORES. ....... 


161 


26 


262 


rgg 


■•IS 


9/6 






58 


EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


611 


38 


659 


"■371 


■" 16 


265 


■■270 
r38 


■■a 

■•32 


626 


59Pr(59I) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


86 


13 


119 


!'18 






59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


161 


51 


600 


'"231 


■■22 








53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TUCSON, ARIZ. 


122 


8 


681 


62 


5 


989 










RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. . . 


2 111 


399 


190 


2 127 


368 


955 


311 


30 


535 
701 
970 
195 
536 
930 
178 
537 
675 
561 
609 
613 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS. . 


81 


22 


918 


75 










53 PART. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


71 


17 


853 










10 


51 




338 


87 


817 


281 








55 EX.551 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ............ 


157 


83 


8 58 


139 


30 


302 


18 




55PT(551) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


386 


32 


7 05 


333 






3 

8 




56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


165 


21 


320 


162 








57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ....... 


157 


21 


171 








3 


58 


EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


191 


30 


626 


107 






5 


59Pr(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


88 


21 


129 








3 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES. , 


391 


27 


000 


337 






16 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* . . 


110 


3 


no 











Standard Notes: - Repiesenls zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



Revised. 



1-110 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12. 



Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 -continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




TULSA, OKLA, 


3 661 
167 
.117 
530 
305 
617 
226 
209 
611 

III 
137 

831 
15 
31 

228 
55 

138 
52 
15 
90 
31 

101 
15 

863 
36 
13 

157 
75 

163 
61 
11 

102 
27 

111 
11 

3 116 
169 
95 
631 
195 
367 
281 
181 
755 
86 
537 
116 

1 717 

83 

71 

206 

120 

251 

129 

113 

389 

38 

272 

72 

1 591 

57 

58 

293 

123 

231 

72 

ei 

356 
55 

198 
61 


583 
33 
85 
132 
121 
17 
35 
29 
33 
18 
35 
10 

106 

3 

11 

28 

22 

7 

7 

5 

5 

3 

a 
1 

1 19 

7 

16 

30 

22 

9 

9 

5 

3 

5 

8 

1 

130 
21 
52 

107 
77 
26 
22 
16 
32 
12 
15 
U 

275 
16 
28 
62 
60 
21 
13 
11 
25 

8 
17 

1 

IS8 

e 

2S 
11 
10 
12 

7 
Q 

12 
7 

1? 
1 


339 

581 
201 
111 
337 
636 
717 
159 
253 
902 
67 5 
107 

313 
086 
913 
119 
931 
881 
551 
632 
807 
905 
169 
013 

398 
710 
111 
639 
593 
87 1 
251 
058 
580 
033 
353 
163 

066 
87 
221 
569 
080 
691 
659 
185 
952 
986 
112 
138 

153 
061 
892 
721 
500 
119 
676 
093 
267 
259 
175 
687 

268 

889 
182 
190 
252 
751 
203 
896 
837 
2)3 
305 
260 


2 301 

81 

79 

2 92 

183 

371 

151 

156 

118 

89 

370 

111 

511 
13 
19 

103 
ir 
81 
51 
10 
56 
27 
78 
26 

635 
23 
32 
88 
58 

115 
56 
36 
89 
18 
88 
32 

1 638 

66 

39 

316 

73 

162 

177 

111 

331 

39 

253 

68 

97 9 
12 
11 

121 
66 

115 
71 
79 

203 
22 

lis 

35 

1 118 
33 

12 
195 

96 
159 

60 

70 
250 

10 
119 

51 


129 
22 
67 
87 
91 
30 
30 
26 
25 
11 
23 
10 

31 

7 
20 
20 

5 

5 
1 
3 
6 

106 

5 

15 

26 

21 

7 

9 

1 

3 

1 

6 

1 

215 

6 
30 
51 
38 
12 
15 

9 
11 

7 
22 

1 

173 

7 
25 
36 
38 
13 

9 
10 
1 1 

5 
10 

2 

155 

5 

27 

31 

31 

9 

6 

10 
6 

11 
1 


310 
132 
522 
859 
532 
190 
531 
008 
7 67 
826 
367 
113 

086 
(D) 
657 
713 
357 
128 
(D) 
22 6 
352 
587 
191 
592 

202 
291 
187 
575 
631 
982 
062 
735 
362 
621 
111 
012 

271 
962 
121 
720 
651 
717 
828 
181 
775 
723 
562 
698 

320 
761 
530 
262 
593 
591 
375 
393 
880 
61 1 
265 
056 

608 
851 
795 
300 
198 
211 

lie 

113 
085 
150 
OOO 
201 


1 360 

86 

68 

238 

122 

216 

72 

53 

226 

19 

171 

26 

290 

2 

12 

125 

11 

51 

1 

5 

31 

1 

23 

19 

228 

13 

11 

69 

17 

18 

6 

5 

13 

9 

23 

12 

1 808 
103 

56 
315 
122 
205 
101 

73 
121 

17 
281 

78 

768 
11 
30 
62 
51 

106 
58 
31 

1B6 
16 

121 
37 

113 
21 
16 
98 
27 
72 
12 
11 

106 
15 
19 
10 


153 

11 

17 

11 

29 
17 
5 
3 
7 
1 
12 

22 

1 

7 
2 
2 

1 
1 

13 
2 

1 

1 

1 

211 
17 
22 
55 
36 
13 

6 

7 
18 

5 
22 

6 

102 
8 
3 

21 

21 

10 

u 

3 

15 

2 

6 

2 

32 

3 

9 

5 
3 

2 

1 
1 


999 


52 


LUf^BER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDV/APE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS, . 


119 
679 


bU 


FOOD STORES. ... 


582 






805 


55PT(55U) 
58 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. .,., .. 


116 


APPAHEL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


213 
151 
186 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROORILTARY STORES 


616 




308 






?61 


52 

53 PAPr* 


TUSCALOOSA, ALA, 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL. = . . . 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDVMRE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


257 
(0) 
266 


bu 




676 


55 £X,55y 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS <, 


577 


55PTC55y) 

56 

57 

58 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS „ . . . , 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES , 


153 
(D) 
106 
155 


59PT{591) 
59 EX.591 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES. . , . „ . 


318 




975 


53 PART* 

52 

53 PART* 

54 

55 EX. 554 

55PT(554) 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* ^ 

TYLER, TEX. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL., ...,,. c :.,,,..,, . 
LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS. . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS , , o ...... ..... . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


121 

196 
119 
657 
061 
962 
889 


56 




192 


57 
58 

59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 

52 

53 PART* 

54 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ,.„..,. 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STOKES, PROPRIETARY STORES = .,.. 


323 

218 
109 


OTHER RETAIL STORES o . . . . 

NONSrOKE RETAILERS* . 

UTICA-ROME, N.Y, 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDV^'ARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS, . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* , . . . 


912 

151 

795 

908 
100 
819 


55 EX.554 
55PT(554) 
56 

57 
56 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. ...,.,..,,,, 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES , , . 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DR!NKir4G PLACES 


129 
917 
831 
001 
177 


59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PAKT* 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES o .,,,,.,. . 

OTHER RETAIL STORES, ,.,.,,,.„, , . , 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* .,,..,.. 

VALLEJO-NAPA, CALIF. 


263 

650 
110 

133 


52 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP, DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


300 
362 




FOOD STORES 


162 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ..... 


907 


55PT(554) 
56 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


525 




301 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, ORirjtf.lNG PI ACES 


700 
367 


59Pr(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


618 
910 


53 PART* 




631 


52 

53 PART* 


WACO, TEX. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL ,..,,.,. d 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM FOUIP. DEALERS. . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STOKES* , , 


160 
058 
687 
880 


55 EX.554 
55PT(554) 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 


751 
507 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


755 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES. ....,,. 


755 

752 


59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 




063 


OTHER RETAIL STORES , 


215 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


56 









Slandaril Notes: - Repiesents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-111 



TABLE 12 standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




WASHINGTON, O.C.-MD.-VA. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


11 416 
418 

345 

1 848 
529 

1 300 
961 
689 

2 361 
493 

1 966 
506 

1 860 

74 

72 

521 

81 

177 

138 

107 

374 

79 

552 

94 

1 105 

75 

41 
129 

77 
152 

73 

56 
201 

37 
184 

80 

2 960 
119 
101 
414 
163 
381 
238 
237 
517 

93 
525 
117 

1 950 
100 

53 
429 

94 
177 
118 

74 
524 

58 
252 

71. 

3 181 
154 

84 
285 
253 
553 
140 
181 
662 
115 
561 
193 


3 366 
102 
517 
722 
606 
204 
203 
150 
285 
181 
327 
65 

259 
12 
21 

70 
47 
15 
18 
13 
18 

8 
25 

6 

165 

10 

21 

53 

54 

13 

8 

3 

9 

6 

15 

3 

428 
17 
43 

100 
85 
27 

11 
52 

15 

46 

5 

222 
11 
50 
59 
57 
16 
12 
15 
16 

6 
14 

4 

521 

26 
62 

HI 
152 

45 
26 
22 
29 
18 
57 
11 


922 
600 
069 
372 
564 
183 
184 
180 
942 
656 
440 
232 

722 
874 
819 
584 
657 
566 
966 
875 
210 
276 
771 
124 

621 
208 
820 
950 
427 
411 
596 
363 
726 
432 
637 
051 

286 
684 
507 
945 
018 
237 
301 
320 
344 
301 
962 
667 

204 
002 
663 
577 
297 
351 
311 
299 
175 
88" 
303 
342 

437 
254 
393 
350 
041 
441 
679 
155 
855 
779 
285 
205 


5 396 
133 
147 
923 
177 
401 
516 
282 

1 293 
250 

1 110 
159 

1 178 

30 

56 
216 

49 

94 
105 

75 
228 

50 
223 

52 

686 
36 
27 
81 
46 
94 
55 
40 

127 
27 

115 
52 

865 
57 
34 

101 
49 

101 
68 
77 

158 
31 

153 
44 

653 
22 
22 

126 
28 
36 
55 
52 

188 
23 
84 
37 

2 286 

87 
58 
191 
169 
369 
116 
136 
500 
38 
425 
147 


1 417 

26 

213 

223 

192 

68 
109 

80 
168 

83 
213 

57 

20 
45 
27 

8 
15 
10 
10 

5 
16 

4 

114 

5 

13 

21 

24 
8 

• 

5 
7 

177 

6 

55 

29 

44 
7 
9 

12 
9 
7 

10 
5 

105 
3 

21 
16 

5 
8 

6 

2 

417 
19 
58 
87 

105 
27 
24 
17 
25 
15 
27 
9 


703 
279 
936 
747 
404 
920 
591 
354 
732 
003 
113 
624 

139 
645 
361 
416 
948 
676 
853 
904 
584 
134 
586 
032 

155 
257 
908 
752 
209 
476 
153 
190 
887 
132 
114 
077 

189 
331 

788 
195 
759 
561 
454 
095 
918 
285 
997 
806 

652 
339 
(D) 
825 
175 
599 
350 
(D) 
447 
(0) 
262 
504 

587 
193 
657 
374 
891 
803 
5 67 
734 
688 
729 
038 
033 


6 020 
280 
196 
925 
352 
899 
445 
407 

1 068 
243 
856 
347 

691 
44 
16 

105 
32 
S3 
33 
52 

146 
29 

129 
42 

419 
59 
14 
48 
51 
68 
20 
16 
74 
10 
71 
28 

2 097 

82 

67 
313 
119 
280 
220 
160 
549 

62 
572 

75 

1 297 
73 
31 

505 
66 

141 
65 
42 

536 
35 

168 
54 

895 
67 
26 
94 
84 

134 
24 
45 

162 
27 

136 
46 


1 949 

76 

303 

499 

414 

135 

93 

69 

117 

98 

114 

27 

86 
5 

1 

2 
7 
5 
9 

2 

51 
4 
1 
12 
10 
4 
1 
2 
2 
I 
3 

251 
U 

7 
71 
40 

1 
18 
13 
22 

8 
35 

1 

116 

7 

57 
21 
12 

5 

9 

8 
1 

103 

7 

3 

23 

26 

15 

2 

4 

6 

3 

10 

1 


219 


5i 

53 PART» 


LUMBER, BUILDING, MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


521 
135 


54 


FOOD STORES 


125 


55 EX.5514 




160 


55PT(55I4) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


263 


56 




593 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


826 
210 


5»Pr(591) 




65 3 


59 EX. 591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


527 






608 




WATER8URV, CONN. 


583 


5J 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


229 
458 


54 


FOOD STORES 


168 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


709 


55PT(554) 




890 


56 




113 


57 

53 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


971 
626 


59PT(591) 
59 ex.591 




142 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


185 






092 


53 PART* 


WATERLOO, IOWA 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL , 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


466 
951 
91? 


54 


FOOD STORES 


198 


55 EX.554 




218 


55Pt(554; 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


935 


56 




443 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOVE FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


173 
839 


59PT(591) 




300 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


523 






974 




WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. 


097 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


353 

719 


54 




750 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


259 


55PT(554) 




967 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


347 


57 

5S 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


725 
42 6 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


01£ 


59 EX.591 




965 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


861 




WHEELING, W. VA.-OHIO 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAI 


572 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


113 
(D) 


54 




75? 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


124 


55PT(554) 




752 


56 




961 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


(0) 
723 


59Pt(591! 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STOKES 


(0) 


59 EX.591 




041 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


8 38 




WICHITA, KAWS. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


350 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDV/ARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


061 
756 


54 




97 6 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


150 


55PT(554) 




658 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


112 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


421 
167 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


050 


59 EX.591 




247 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


272 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53. are stiown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1-112 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder 


of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




WICHITA FALLS, TEX. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


1 287 

55 

48 

162 

110 

236 

32 

87 

211 

50 

211 

55 

4 349 
147 
78 

1 016 
191 
554 
296 
209 

1 244 
129 
469 
216 

3 728 
155 
111 
655 
217 
461 
244 
201 
695 
127 
705 
157 

1 571 

49 

63 
371 
118 
199 
103 
103 
240 

37 
210 

73 

2 813 
142 

59 
470 
162 
291 
192 
159 
574 
105 
491 
168 

3 098 
159 
103 
599 
211 
322 
209 
198 
562 

67 
4 98 
170 


173 556 

8 182 

18 916 

33 724 

46 395 
14 692 

11 257 

7 559 
10 094 

6 451 

14 892 

1 394 

378 810 
16 755 

47 527 
103 131 

58 885 
23 447 
51 501 

18 562 
29 284 
10 708 
50 616 

3 594 

631 366 

26 661 
93 910 

143 540 
113 472 

49 478 

31 073 

32 7 94 

42 160 

19 773 

70 382 

8 618 

245 301 

14 693 
36 593 
55 159 

50 703 

15 917 
18 672 

12 896 
14 654 

6 341 

16 127 
3 546 

456 727 1 
32 547 
47 886 

112 734 
35 517 

27 095 
32 679 

13 371 
32 006 
13 480 

43 778 

12 536 

577 423 
22 23S 

43 923 

31 504 

71 555 
27 624 

20 910 

17 726 
26 049 

8 677 
43 548 

13 694 


966 
40 
55 

116 
88 

165 
64 
63 

164 
24 

164 
38 

1 437 
36 
29 

308 
51 
37 

147 
85 

393 
46 

163 
92 

1 402 
40 
35 

276 
66 
90 

139 
87 

284 
55 

302 
30 

1 069 
37 
47 

219 
84 

114 
98 
70 

178 
27 

154 
41 

1 725 
76 
36 

310 
86 

164 

147 
99 

367 
66 

285 
B9 

823 
21 
28 

143 
38 
59 
33 
61 

172 
19 

163 
26 


144 781 
6 903 

18 310 
27 003 
37 176 
10 334 

10 253 

6 343 
a 350 
5 594 

12 351 
1 129 

147 363 

3 381 
33 794 
35 717 

14 221 
5 735 

15 799 

7 445 

11 377 
5 308 

11 627 

4 414 

256 223 
7 536 

33 079 
35 600 
56 354 
8 980 

20 320 

19 857 

14 386 

7 993 
30 276 

1 842 

202 215 
11 704 

34 772 
42 065 
41 757 
10 622 
17 343 

10 626 

11 687 

5 187 

13 555 

2 897 

311 156 

15 580 
59 666 
66 665 
62 569 

16 791 
30 506 
15 982 
22 Oil 

8 413 
25 937 

9 036 

103 173 

3 341 
15 767 

17 029 

21 120 
5 286 

12 623 
5 806 
8 079 
3 009 

10 471 
637 


521 
15 
15 
46 
22 
71 
18 
19 
47 
6 
47 
17 

2 912 
111 

49 
708 
140 
267 
149 
124 
851 

83 
306 
124 

2 326 
115 

78 
379 
151 
371 
105 
114 
411 

72 
403 
127 

502 
12 

16 
152 
54 
85 
10 
33 
62 
10 
56 
32 

1 038 

66 

23 
160 

76 
127 

45 

60 
207 

39 
206 

79 

2 275 
138 

75 
451 
173 
263 
126 
137 
390 

48 
330 
144 


28 775 

1 279 

606 

6 721 

9 219 


52 

53 PART+ 


LUWBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 






55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 








56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


999 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


1 216 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


357 


59 EX.591 




2 561 








52 

55 PART* 


WILKES-BARRE-HA^LETON, PA. 

RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL . 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GEMERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


231 442 
13 574 
15 753 


54 






55 EX.554 




44 664 


55PT(554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


17 662 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 




57 
53 
59PT(591) 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES ... 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES ... 


10 917 

17 907 

6 900 


59 EX.591 




18 989 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


4 180 




WILMINGTON, DEL. -N. J. -MD. 


395 643 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


19 125 


54 


FOOD STORES 


107 940 


55 EX.554 




57 118 


55PTC554 1 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS . 


40 490 


56 




10 753 


57 

58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


12 937 
27 774 


59PT(591) 




11 785 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


40 106 


55 PART* 




6 776 




WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


43 586 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 


2 939 

1 821 


54 


FOOD STORES 


13 094 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


3 946 


55PT(554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


5 295 


56 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


1 329 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


2 270 
2 967 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


1 654 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


2 572 


55 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


649 




WORCESTER, MASS. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL . 


145 571 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


16 967 
8 220 


54 




46 119 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


20 943 


55PT(554) 




10 302 


56 




2 173 


57 
53 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES ..... 


4 339 
9 995 


59PT(591) 




5 067 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


17 841 


53 PART* 




3 550 




YORK, PA. 
RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


274 250 


52 

55 PART* 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS . 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


18 894 
28 156 


54 


FOOD STORES 


64 47S 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


50 413 


55PT(554) 




22 338 


56 




8 282 


57 
58 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


11 920 

17 970 


59PT(591) 




5 668 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


33 077 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


13 057 



'Nonslore retailers, pari of SIC major group S3, are shown separately in this table, 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-113 



TABLE 12 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Central Cities, Remainder 
of Areas, by Kind-of-Business Group: 1963 



-Continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind o1 business 


SMSA 


Central cities 


Remainder of SMSA 


SIC 
code 


Estabhsh- 
me)its 

()iumt)cr) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
rrents 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 




YOUNGS rOWN-WARK EN, OHIO 


D 293 
219 
91 
890 
278 
57 D 
233 
210 
952 
150 
1)91 
205 


619 705 

25 676 

ino UI45 

162 110 

115 ) 31) 

52 5 92 

28 607 

21) 281 

1)1 981 

21 195 

33 1)23 

IM 261 


"■2 168 
rss 

51) 
■'1)70 
''116 
''259 
''151 
''137 
''1)79 

85 
''267 

85 


"■351 11)7 
''11 156 
73 795 
''79 003 
''67 91)1 
''20 828 
r 19 421) 
''15 1)31) 
''22 706 
''11 770 
'' 17 986 
11 1014 


''2 125 

riSD 

57 

''1420 

■•162 

'-315 

''82 

'•73 

"■1473 

65 

""2214 

120 


'268 556 


•J2 

53 PAKT* 
54 


LUMbCK, UUILDING MATERIALS, M/iHnWAkL, FARM LOUIP. DEALERS, . 
GENERAL MEKCHMJDISE GROUP STORES* , ........ 


'■ 114 520 

26 6148 

''83 107 


55 £X.55H 






55PT(55a) 




''31 761) 


56 


APPAREL, AfCLSSOKY STORES 


''9 183 


57 

56 


FURNITURE, HOME FUPMSHINGb, EQUIPMENT STORES 


1-8 81)7 
"■19 275 


59PT(59U 
59 EX.591 








'is 1)57 


53 PART# 


NOMSTOHE KCTAILEKS* 


5 157 









•Nonstorc retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Revised. 



t 



1-114 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 13 All Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas Combined and Remainder of 

United States, by Kind-of-6usiness 





Total United States 


All SMSA'S 


Remainder of United States 


Kind-of-business 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 




1 707 931 

92 703 
62 063 

319 1133 

98 511 

an 'J73 

116 223 

93 6149 
331) aei 

5") 732 

2a« 868 

79 792 


21414 201 777 

ID 605 856 
30 002 76a 
57 079 186 
145 376 290 

17 759 917 
114 039 979 
10 915 8143 

18 ai2 14114 
8 U86 682 

21 309 222 
6 203 61414 


27 631 988 

1 727 252 
14 183 802 
14 2148 7714 
1 111 176 
1 510 201 
1 957 265 
1 535 773 
14 065 323 

1 169 6314 

2 229 1407 
893 381 


1 on 050 

45 159 
28,825 
181 995 

51 058 
115 721 

76 510 

58 789 
2114 185 

55 14514 
151 512 

514 2014 


169 810 056 

7 2142 809 
25 852 290 
59 U140 772 
50 785 669 
11 2148 1418 
10 526 1420 

8 062 565 
13 923 3114 

6 151 308 

13 599 14014 

14 977 287 


20,1458 0146 

931 1485 
3 1417 988 
5 ia9 80a 

2 8I43 183 
1 022 3140 
1 5140 651 
1 155 717 

3 216 1014 
867 587 

1 537 723 
775 46U 


696 881 

149 564 

33 238 
137 440 

47 476 
95 852 
59 713 

34 860 
120 296 

19 198 
93 556 
25 588 


74 391 721 

7 565 027 

6 150 474 

17 638 414 

14 590 621 

6 511 499 

3 513 559 
2 863 478 

4 489 100 
2 355 574 

7 709 818 
1 226 557 




LUMBER aUILDING MATERIALS 


795 767 






FOOD STORES 


1 098 970 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


1 267 995 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


487 861 


APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


416 614 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 


580 056 
849 219 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


302 047 
691 684 




117 917 







RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-115 



TABLE 14 Counties with 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963 



state and county 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



State and county 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



ALABAMA 

BALDWIN 

BLOUNT 

CALHOUN 

CHAMBERS 

CHILTON 

CLARKE 

COFftt 

COLBERT 

COVINGTON 

CULLMAN 

DALE 

DALLAS 

DE KAL8 

ELMORE 

ESCAMBIA 

ETOWAH 

HOUSTON 

JACKSON 

JEFFERSON 

LAUDERDALE 

LEE 

LIMESTONE 

MACON 

MAD I SON 

MARENGO 

MARSHALL 

MOBILE 

MONTGOMERY 

MORGAN 

PIKE 

RUSSELL 

ST. CLAIR 

SHELBY 

TALLADEGA 

TALLAPOOSA 

TUSCALOOSA 

WALKER 

ALASKA 

ANCHORAGE 

FAIRBANKS 

ARIZONA 

APACHE 

COCHISE 

COCONINO 

GILA 

MARICOPA 

NAVAJO 

PIMA 

PINAL 

YAVAPAI 

YUMA 

ARKANSAS 

BENTON 

COLUMBIA 

CRAIGHEAD 

CRITTENDEN 

GARLAND 

GREENE 

JEFFERSON 

MILLER 

MISSISSIPPI 

OUACHITA 

PHILLIPS 

POINSETT 

PULASKI 

ST. FRANCIS 

SALINE 

SEBASTIAN 

UNION 

WASH I Nk^ TON 

WHITE 

CALI FORNI A 

ALAMEDA 

BUTTE 

CONTRA COSTA 

EL DORADO 

FRESNO 



706 

■■l 167 

■"1)06 

■■1 166 

■■1 m6 

'\ 137 

■■l 061 

r7l|9 

r978 

r708 

""l 155 
res'? 
"■981 

""l IMS 
r9i4n 

"■398 

-■552 

""l 102 

59 

■■557 

■■euo 

r9ia 

""l 179 

''219 

■•1 im 

'•688 
'■125 
"■205 
'■«98 
•■l 136 

"■1 115 
"■1 178 
""l 122 

"■eeu 

"■l 000 
''360 

'•773 



■■713 



^1 172 
'■620 
'■5119 
1 034 



' e«5 

111 
"■595 
''879 
'■«53 



•^786 
"■l 135 
r66ll 
r697 
r506 

''1 100 
r UU2 
r813 
r5U0 

"1 056 

'■87U 
"■953 
''1311 

''1 orni 

"■l 07U 

""322 
''669 
""424 
'■ 920 



16 
•■283 

81 
"■645 

79 



50 858 

18 075 
96 189 

.18 122 

20 492 

22 061 
28 192 
47 727 
33 706 
50 596 

19 154 
53 025 
33 466 

20 613 
3b 708 

98 455 
73 255 
24 506 
768 891 
67 872 

42 003 

37 140 

13 934 

194 085 

21 239 

53 134 
365 830 
217 269 

76 119 

22 069 

23 653 
13 992 

23 224 
53 445 
32 673 

106 343 
46 214 



115 023 
50 084 



15 565 

60 096 

68 81 1 

30 169 

1 1 32 913 

41 672 

399 490 

62 253 

39 390 

83 617 



''45 559 
22 140 
55 385 
51 684 
74 903 

24 651 
85 987 
43 434 
70 760 

28 538 

39 661 

34 954 

345 533 

29 638 
27 160 

125 769 
55 054 
91 147 
36 847 



1 476 525 

146 064 

592 652 

57 006 

610 922 



49 088 
25 449 

95 878 
37 826 
25 693 

25 738 

30 563 
46 506 

35 631 

45 572 

31 066 
56 667 
41 417 
30 524 
33 511 

96 980 

50 718 

36 661 
634 864 

61 622 

49 754 
36 513 

26 717 
117 348 

27 098 

48 018 

314 301 

169 210 

60 454 

25 987 

46 351 
25 386 

32 132 

65 495 
35 0C7 

109 047 
54 211 



82 633 
43 412 



30 436 
55 039 
41 857 
25 745 
663 510 

37 994 
265 660 
62 673 
28 912 
46 235 



36 272 
26 400 
47 30 3 
47 564 
46 697 

25 196 
81 373 
31 686 
70 174 

31 641 

43 997 
30 834 
242 980 
33 303 
28 956 

66 685 
49 516 
65 797 

32 745 



908 209 
62 30 

409 30 
29 390 

365 946 



1 36 
710 

1 003 
479 
796 

857 

922 

1 026 

946 

1 no 

617 
9 36 
606 
675 
1 066 

1 015 
1 444 
666 
1 211 
1 101 

644 
1 017 

522 
1 654 

784 

1 107 
1 164 
1 284 
1 259 
849 

510 
551 
723 
816 
933 

975 
852 



1 389 
1 154 



511 

1 092 
1 644 
1 172 

1 70 7 

1 097 
1 50 4 
993 
1 362 
1 813 



1 256 
839 
1 171 
1 087 
1 604 

978 
1 057 
1 371 
1 008 

902 

90 1 

1 134 

1 U22 

890 

936 

1 886 

1 112 

1 6 34 

1 125 



1 626 

1 781 

1 449 

1 940 

1 669 



CALtfORNIA--CONT INUED 

HUMBOLDT 

IMPERIAL 

KERN 

KINGS 

LOS ANGELES 

MADERA 

MARIN 

MENDOCINO 

MERCED 

MONTEREY 

NAPA 

ORANGE 

PLACER 

RIVERSIDE 

SACRAMENTO 

SAN BERNARDINO 

SAN DIEGO 

SAN FRANCISCO 

SAN JOAQUIN 

SAN LUIS OBISPO 

SAN MATEO 

SANTA BARBARA 

SANTA CLARA 

SANTA CRUZ 

SHASTA 

SISKIYOU 

SOLANO 

SONOMA 

STANISLAUS 

SUTTER 

TEHAMA 

TULARE 

VENTURA 

YOLO 

YUBA 

COLORADO 

ADAMS 

ARAPAHOE . 

BOULDER 

DENVER 

EL PASO 

JEFFERSON 

LARIMER 

MESA 

PUEBLO . 

WELD 

CONNECTICUT 

FAIRF lELD 

HARTFORD 

LITCHFIELD 

MIDDLESEX 

NEW HAVEN 

NEW LONDON 

TOLLAND 

WINDHAM 

DELAWARE 

KENT 

NEW CASTLE 

SUSSEX 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA . . . . 

FLORIDA 

ALACHUA 

BAY 

BREVARD 

BROWARD 

DADE 

DUVAL 

ESCAMBIA 

GADSDEN 

HILLSBOROUGH 

INDIAN RIVER 

JACKSON 

LAKE 

LEE 

LEON 

MANATEE 



''281 

■■291 

100 

'■436 

1 

"■662 
■■189 
''545 
''325 
''153 

''434 
19 

''402 
90 
46 

60 

22 

18 

riU 

"■319 

62 

''124 

29 

r276 

'■357 

''820 

^233 

''168 

157 

''754 

^848 
''198 
137 
^386 
'■537 



354 

""231 

■"302 

48 

"■209 

'"186 
■■431 
''527 
''303 
"■383 



40 

35 

''247 

''523 

43 

149 
''631 
''364 



' 379 

93 

''399 



"^385 

"■433 

''199 

70 

14 

67 

^■203 

"•l 023 

88 

^808 

ri 025 
'■500 
'JTI 
'■375 
■■370 



147 572 

140 276 

464 822 

86 296 

10 667 367 

65 626 

238 886 

69 612 
123 533 
287 532 

88 660 
1 462 613 

97 624 
531 619 
678 243 

767 674 

1 408 380 

1 473 269 

367 318 

126 933 

730 010 

366 382 

1 224 616 

152 440 

108 964 

42 948 
186 603 
263 931 
282 146 

47 311 

41 349 
221 533 
338 146 

99 740 

70 952 



110 693 
188 000 
134 769 
857 090 
212 327 

242 621 

89 056 

72 456 

134 259 

100 241 



1 070 066 

1 119 477 

172 090 

125 725 

967 191 

289 531 

58 635 

105 661 



!0! 333 

513 198 

98 142 



100 192 

88 857 

220 837 

647 243 

1 618 114 

672 376 
217 950 

31 038 
637 361 

43 836 



30 


693 


76 


875 


103 


536 


102 


668 


103 


758 



104 892 

72 105 

291 984 

49 954 

6 38 771 

40 468 

146 820 
51 059 
90 446 

196 351 

65 890 
703 925 

66 998 
306 191 
502 776 

603 691 

1 33 Oil 

740 316 

249 989 

61 044 

444 387 

166 962 

642 316 

84 219 

59 468 

32 865 
134 597 

147 375 
157 294 

33 360 

25 305 

168 403 

199 138 

65 727 

33 859 



120 296 
113 426 
74 264 
493 867 
143 742 

127 520 
53 343 
60 716 

116 707 
72 344 



653 589 
689 555 
119 856 
68 865 
660 315 

185 745 
66 737 
66 572 



65 651 
307 446 
73 195 



74 074 

67 131 

111 436 

333 946 

935 047 

456 411 
17; 629 

41 989 
397 788 

25 309 

36 208 

57 383 

54 639 

74 225 

69 166 



1 407 


1 945 


1 658 


1 766 


1 770 


1 372 


1 627 


1 367 


1 366 


1 450 


1 345 


2 076 


1 713 


1 7 37 


1 747 


1 526 


1 363 


1 990 


1 549 


1 566 


1 643 


2 168 


1 907 


1 810 


1 832 


1 306 


1 366 


1 791 


1 794 


1 417 


1 6 34 


1 315 


1 698 


1 517 


2 096 



919 

1 667 

1 815 

1 735 

1 477 

1 904 

1 670 

1 429 

1 131 

1 366 



1 637 

1 623 

1 436 

1 415 

1 495 

1 559 

656 

1 541 



1 644 
1 669 
1 341 



1 353 


1 324 


1 982 


1 938 


1 731 


1 476 


1 254 


7 39 


1 351 


1 732 


653 


1 322 


1 898 


1 383 


1 500 



Revised. 



1-116 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 14 Counties with 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and county 



FLOR IDA — CONT I NUED 



MARION . . 
MONROE . . 
OKALOOSA . 
ORANGE . . 
PALM BEACH 



PASCO. . . 
PINELLAS - 
POLK - - . 
PUTNAM . . 
ST. JOHNS. 



ST. LUCIE. 
SANTA ROSA 
SARASOTA . 
SEMINOLE ■ 
VOLUSIA. . 



BALDWIN . 

BARTOW . 



CARROLL . 
CHATHAM. 



CLARKE . 
CLAYTON. 
COBB . . 
COLQUI TT 
COWETA . 



DECATUR. . 
DE KALB. - 
DOUGHERTY. 
FLOYD. . . 
FULTON . . 



GLYNN. . 
GWINNETT 
HALL . . 
HOUSTON. 
LAURENS. 



LOWNDES. 
MUSCOGEE 
POLK . . 
RICHMOND 
SPALDING 



THOMAS . . 
TROUP. . . 
WALKER . . 
WARE . . . 
WHITF lELD. 



HAWA I I . 
HONOLULU 

KAUAI^ . 
MAUI . . 



ADA. . . . 
BANNOCK. . 
BINGHAM. . 
BONNEV ILLE 
CANYON . ■ 



KOOTENAI . 
NEZ PERCE. 
TWIN FALLS 



ADAMS* . . 
BUREAU . . 
CHAMPAIGN. 
CHRI ST I AN. 
COLES. . . 



COOK . . 
Dt KALB. 
DU PAGE. 
FRANKL IN 
FULTON . 



HENRY. . . 
I RO<,UO I S . 
JACKSON. . 
JF.FFERSON. 
KANE - . . 



ILLINOIS 



Sales 



Rank 



1-666 

I" 562 

99 

107 

^938 
76 
^ 176 
^ 958 
^972 

^571 

^1 111 

"■ 265 

^ 753 

^ 200 



1 063 
^029 



' 393 
''726 
^229 
^651 

^560 

2 

^y66 

96 
''650 

721 
■■ Mi 
^87 
'' 136 



Amount 
($1,000) 



85 595 

55 2814 

67 225 

U56 395 

128 286 

36 126 

615 033 

252 215 

31 785 

33 951 

65 311 
23 932 

162 265 
17 610 

220 096 



1 117 


20 


002 


1 059 


28 


351 


'•222 


"■192 


732 


1-909 


37 


321 


1-201 


217 


677 


^17 

^762 

^270 

913 


71 


006 


16 


612 


157 


612 


37 


196 


1 036 


29 


977 


1 113 


20 


791 


!■ 173 


256 


172 


1-397 


98 


520 


ri97 


76 


119 


36 


1 115 


818 


"" 625 


59 


136 


'■ 831 


12 


213 


"•573 


65 


199 


1-851 


11 


015 


1 013 


31 


171 


'-652 


56 


576 


/212 


20 3 


968 


089 


25 


112 


"-237 


181 


221 


"■ 806 


13 


952 


909 


38 


817 


r 675 


51 


650 


r 99<5 


32 


713 


I- 817 


11 


518 


r 673 


51 


730 



61 091 

619 672 

(D) 

12 609 



^■277 


151 


201 


'■526 


73 


010 


1 030 


30 


177 


1-135 


88 


131 


^119 


86 


012 


"■931 


36 


173 


■"610 


57 


172 


"■501 


75 


612 



98 961 

18 923 
189 960 

56 591 
67 356 

8 226 389 

ei 087 

199 878 

39 028 

56 673 

73 358 

19 206 

57 091 
39 876 

33? 511 



Population 



51 


616 


17 


921 


61 


175 


263 


510 


228 


106 


36 


765 


371 


665 


195 


139 


32 


212 


30 


31 


39 


291 


29 


517 


76 


895 


51 


917 


125 


319 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



31 061 
28 267 

111 219 
36 151 

188 299 

15 36 3 

16 365 
111 171 

31 018 
28 893 

25 203 
256 782 

75 680 

6 9 130 

556 326 

11 951 
13 511 
19 739 
39 151 

32 313 

19 270 

158 623 

26 015 
135 601 

35 101 

31 319 

17 189 
15 261 
31 219 

12 109 



61 332 

500 109 

28 176 

12 576 



93 


160 


19 


312 


28 


218 


16 


906 


57 


662 


29 


556 


27 


066 


11 


812 



68 167 
37 591 
132 136 
37 207 
12 860 

5 129 725 

51 711 

313 159 

39 281 

11 951 

19 317 

33 562 

12 151 
32 315 

208 216 



1 658 
1 151 
1 099 
1 732 
1 878 

982 
1 612 
1 292 
1 080 
I 130 

1 662 
810 

2 110 
867 

1 756 



587 

1 003 

"■l 361 

1 021 

1 156 

1 631 
1 005 
1 380 
1 092 
1 038 

825 

999 

1 302 

1 105 

2 006 

1 117 

970 

1 311 

1 018 

971 

1 118 
1 286 
907 
1 359 
1 211 

1 131 
1 158 
723 
1 213 
1 300 



996 
1 238 

(D) 
1 001 



1 618 

1 180 

1 080 

1 885 

1 175 

1 2 31 

2 123 
1 807 



1 115 

1 301 

1 131 

1 521 

1 572 

1 601 

1 568 

1 595 
991 

1 351 

1 167 

1 166 

I J55 

1 231 

1 6 30 



State and county 



I LL I NO I S — CONT I NUED 



KANKAKEE 
KNOX . . 
LAKE . . 
LA SALLE 
LEE. . . 



LIVINGSTON 
LOGAN. . . 
MCDONOUGH. 
MCHENRY. . 
MCLEAN . . 



MACON. . . 
MACOUPIN . 
MADISON. . 
MARION . . 
MONTGOMERY 



MORGAN . . . 
OGLE . . . . 
PEORIA . . . 
RANDOLPH . . 
ROCK ISLAND. 



ST. CLAIR. 

SALINE . . 
SANGAMON . 
STEPHENSON 
TAZEWELL . 



VERMIL ION. 
WHITESIDE . 
WILL . . . 
Wl LLI AMSON 
WINNEBAGO. 



ALLEN. . . . 
BARTHOLOMEW. 
BOONE . . . . 
CASS . . . . 
CLARK. . . . 



CLINTON. 
DAVIESS. 
DEARBORN 
OE KALO. 
DELAWARE 



DUBOIS . 
ELKHART . 
FLOYD. . 
G I BSON . 
GRANT. . 



GREENE . . 
HAMILTON . 
HANCOCK. . 
HENDRICKS. 
HENRY. . . 



HOWARD . . 
HUNT INGTON 
JACKSON. . 
JOHNSON. . 
KNOX . . . 



KOSC lUSKO. 
LAKE . . . 
LA PORTE . 
LAWRENCE . 
MADISON. . 



MARION . . 
MARSHALL . 
MIAMI . . . 
MONROE . . 
MONTGOMERY 



MORGAN . . 
NOBLE. . . 
PORTER . . 
RANDOLPH . 
ST. JOSEPH 



SHELBY . . . 
TIPPECANOE . 
VANDERBURGH. 
V I GO ... . 
WABASH . . . 
WAYNE . . . . 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Williheld to avoid disclosuie, (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicable. 
'Includes 2 eslatilishmenis in Kalawao Counly, 'Revised 



Sales 



Rank 



'315 


127 


721 


92 


063 


''121 


92 


121 


61 


280 


102 


139 


801 


293 


656 


'261 


163 


712 


110 


800 


■■781 


15 


779 


38 


719 


"•611 


60 


122 


10 


311 


"•aoi 


11 


085 


33 


656 


"•719 


19 


106 


28 


928 


'■311 


129 


717 


81 


210 


'"300 


135 


895 


83 


877 


'•212 


179 


368 


lie 


257 


'•691 


52 


696 


13 


521 


"•iso 


289 


358 


221 


669 


■•618 


56 


886 


39 


319 


■■832 


12 


331 


31 


211 


"■653 


56 


372 


36 


571 


'71? 


50 


096 


38 


106 


'• 111 


•■315 


920 


189 


Oil 


'■931 


36 


390 


29 


988 


"■196 


226 


110 


150 


991 


"■ 118 


295 


870 


262 


50 9 


''921 


36 


822 


26 


227 


■• 181 


211 


212 


116 


539 


""601 


61 


233 


16 


207 


'■353 


110 


818 


99 


769 


"•296 


137 


257 


96 


176 


r 110 


86 


278 


59 


887 


r 175 


253 


7 32 


191 


617 


'■665 


55 


356 


16 


117 


•■ill 


32 3 


6 31 


209 


765 



Amount 



($1,000) 



"■123 


■^367 


912 


232 


196 


■•518 


73 


993 


18 


198 


"•898 


38 


111 


27 


513 


'■657 


55 


916 


10 


931 


■■571 


65 


090 


62 


795 


'■397 


38 


118 


30 


765 


'■1 051 


29 


383 


26 


6 36 


'■1 013 


29 


758 


28 


671 


"■l 017 


31 


332 


28 


271 


^273 


153 


291 


110 


9 38 


>ai 


39 


177 


27 


163 


^263 


163 


219 


106 


790 


"617 


60 


206 


51 


397 


^■356 


31 


769 


29 


919 


"^358 


108 


228 


75 


711 


"■998 


32 


831 


26 


327 


■■805 


11 


051 


10 


132 


■■916 


35 


567 


26 


665 


■•875 


39 


519 


10 


896 


■■575 


65 


001 


18 


899 


;;339 


115 


328 


69 


509 


^827 


12 


718 


33 


811 


■^859 


10 


739 


30 


556 


■■ 617 


56 


890 


13 


701 


■■ 611 


57 


Oil 


11 


561 


577 


61 


888 


10 


37 3 


66 


693 


251 


513 


269 


'■3O6 


133 


190 


95 


1 11 


■■819 


12 


953 


36 


561 


••239 


162 


392 


125 


819 


33 


1 111 


e€t 


697 


567 


■■818 


13 


107 


32 


113 


■■912 


37 


281 


38 


000 


■■185 


78 


8 37 


59 


22^ 


■■765 


16 


556 


32 


089 


■•882 


39 


361 


33 


875 


■•901 


38 


33 


28 


162 


■•521 


73 


0S9 


60 


279 


■■l 003 


^ 32 


321 


28 


131 


■■130 


■^318 


570 


238 


611 


■■809 


13 


726 


31 


093 


■■290 


110 


111 


69 


122 


■■193 


231 


195 


165 


791 


■•223 


191 


699 


108 


158 


■■783 


15 


705 


32 


605 


■"316 


113 


651 


71 


39 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



1 367 


1 508 


1 198 


1 178 


1 161 


1 198 


1 310 


1 708 


1 511 


1 620 


1 517 


1 211 


1 288 


1 116 


1 355 


1 511 


1 315 


1 67 1 


1 213 


1 171 


1 127 


1 101 


1 667 


1 325 


1 HI 


1 127 


1 111 


1 321 


1 200 


1 513 



1 585 


1 535 


1 396 


1 366 


1 37 


1 250 


1 103 


1 038 


1 108 


1 362 


1 127 


1 528 


1 171 


1 162 


1 129 


1 217 


1 098 


1 331 


967 


1 330 


1 659 


1 263 


1 333 


1 302 


1 373 


1 607 


1 351 


1 100 


1 175 


1 150 


1 6 37 


1 329 


961 


1 331 


1 151 


1 162 


1 351 


1 213 


1 137 


1 161 


1 263 


1 575 


1 396 


1 767 


1 102 


1 538 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-117 



TABLE 14 Counties with 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and county 



BLACK HAWK . 
BOONf . . . . 
CERRO GORDO- 
CLINTON. . . 
DCS MOINES ■ 



DUBUQUE. 
FAYETTE. 
JASPER . 
JOHNSON. 
KOSSUTH. 



MARSHALL . 
MUSCATINE. 



POLK 

POTTAWATTAMIE. 

SCOTT 

SIOUX 

STORY 



WAPELLO. 
WEBSTER. 
WOODBURY 



BARTON . 
BUTLER . 
COWLEY . 
CRAWFORD 
DOUGLAS. 



GEARY. . . . 
HARVEY . . . 
JOHNSON... . 
LABETTE. . . 
LEAVENWORTH. 



LYON . . . 
MONTGOMERY 
RENO . . . 
RILEY. . . 
SALINE . . 



SEDGWICK . 

SHAWNEE. . 
SUMNER . . 
WYANDOTTE. 



BARREN . . 
BELL . . . 
BOYD . . . 
CAMPBELL . 
CHRISTIAN. 



DAVIESS. 
FAYETTE. 
FLOYD. . 
FRANKLIN 
GRAVES . 
GREENUP. 



HARDIN . . 
HARLA\ . . 
HENDERSON . 
HOPKINS. . 
JEFFERSON. 



KENTON . . 
KNOX . . . 
LETCHER. . 
MCCRACKEN. 
MAD I SON . . 



MUHLENBERG 
PERRY. . . 
PIKE . . . 
PULASK I . . 
WARREN 
WHIT 



LOU 1 S t ANA 



ACADIA . . 
ASCENSION. 
AVOYELLES. 
BOSSIER. . 
CADDO. . . 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 



($1,000) 



Population 



LEE 

LINN 

MARION ^] 0a9 



^258 
1514 

qi3 

567 

' 767 

[555 

957 

''661 
''207 



■^680 
'■727 

no 

^ U17 
"•226 
^"865 
''5611 

■•627 
rq99 

■■259 



;-'02 


b! 


260 


"^733 


18 


601 


■■71)3 


18 


058 


'"828 


12 


650 


■•693 


52 


269 


■■l 010 


31 


587 


■■l 006 


32 


127 


r 213 


177 


007 


f 975 


33 


819 


>■ 861 


10 


152 


■■878 


39 


117 


■•630 


58 


968 


■■126 


90 


119 


■■791 


15 


362 


■"132 


ee 


990 


98 . 


172 


833 


■•217 


196 


021 


r) 008 


31 


712 


■■220 


191 


016 



■■975 

''I 039 
■■515 
■"118 
■■591 

;i22 

191 

I 107 

■■937 
■■l 001 
^1 173 

■■698 

■"1 007 

883 

792 

50 

''299 
1 181 
1 156 
ri29 
"■939 

■•l 085 

.1 081 

I r782 

1 026 

■■570 

LEY ■"1 083 



811 
'I 082 

') 101 

■■757 

151 



165 621 
33 167 
83 691 
85 921 

65 706 

111 780 

36 126 

16 177 

71 366 

31 787 

55 610 
211 112 
29 399 
51 129 
18 877 

111 223 

92 851 

191 068 

10 110 

66 670 

59 297 
76 100 
165 315 



33 819 

29 815 
70 390 
85 155 
62 621 

92 186 
229 1R1 
21 152 
36 116 
32 5 39 
15 527 

51 6 37 
31 812 
39 251 
15 216 
852 171 

136 136 
10 509 
19 115 
89 133 
36 023 

25 903 

26 176 
15 709 

30 869 
65 132 
26 090 



1! 817 
26 100 
21 163 
17 021 
285 836 



122 


182 


28 


37 


19 


891 


55 


060 


11 


605 


80 


018 


28 


581 


35 


282 


53 


663 


25 


311 


11 


207 


136 


899 


25 


886 


37 


981 


33 


810 


266 


315 


83 


102 


119 


067 


26 


375 


19 


327 


17 


126 


17 


810 


107 


819 



32 


368 


38 


395 


37 


861 


37 


32 


13 


720 


28 


779 


25 


865 


113 


792 


26 


005 


10 


521 


26 


928 


15 


007 


59 


055 


11 


911 


51 


715 


313 


231 


111 


286 


25 


316 


185 


195 



20 


303 


35 


336 


52 


163 


86 


80 3 


56 


901 


70 


588 


131 


906 


11 


612 


29 


121 


30 


021 


29 


2 38 


67 


7B9 


51 


107 


33 


519 


3). 


158 


610 


917 


120 


700 


25 


258 


30 


102 


57 


306 


33 


182 


27 


791 


31 


961 


68 


261 


31 


10 3 


15 


191 


25 


815 


19 


931 


27 


927 


37 


606 


57 


622 


223 


859 



Per 
capita 
sales 



(dollars) 



1 352 

I 183 

1 677 

1 561 

1 173 

1 396 

1 271 

1 317 

1 330 

1 371 

1 259 

1 561 

1 136 

1 125 

1 111 

1 511 

1 117 

1 605 

1 522 

1 352 

1 266 

1 592 

1 533 



1 581 

1 266 

1 269 

1 152 

1 196 

1 098 

1 212 

1 231 

1 262 
827 

1 16 5 

1 310 

1 532 

1 082 

1 626 

1 378 

1 387 

1 253 

1 016 



1 195 
611 

1 319 
981 

1 101 

1 306 
1 710 

560 
I 229 
1 081 

531 

762 

622 

1 17! 

1 176 

1 395 

1 128 

116 

6 36 

1 561 

1 076 

932 
719 
670 
897 
1 138 
1 Oil 



837 
935 
651 

816 
1 277 



State and county 



LOU I S I ANA — CONT I NUED 



CALCASIEU. . . . 
EAST BATON ROUGE 
EVANGELINE . . . 
FRANKLIN .... 
IBERIA 



IBERVILLE. . . . 
JEFFERSON. . . . 
JEFFERSON DAVIS. 
LAFAYETTE. . . . 
LAFOURCHE. . . . 



LINCOLN. . . 
LIVINGSTON . 
MOREHOUSE. . 
NATCHITOCHES 
ORLEANS. . . 



OUACHITA . . 
RAPIDES. . . 
ST. BERNARD. 
ST. LANDRY . 
ST. MARTIN . 



ST. MARY . . 
ST. TAMMANY. 
TANGIPAHOA . 
TERREBONNE . 
VERMILION. . 



WASHINGTON 
WEBSTER. . 



ANDROSCOGGIN 
AROOSTOOK. . 
CUMBERLAND . 
HANCOCK. . . 
KENNEBEC . . 



KNOX . . . 
OXFORD . . 
PENOBSCOT. 
SOMERSET . . 
VMSHINGTON 
YORK . . . 



MARYLAND 



ALLEGANY . . . 
ANNE ARUNDEL . 
BALTIMORE. . . 
BALTIMORE CITY 
CARROLL. . . . 

CECIL 

CHARLES. . . . 
DORCHESTER . . 
FREDER I CK . . . 
HARTFORD ■ . . 
HOV/ARD .... 



MONTGOMERY . . 
PRINCE GEORGES 
ST. MARYS. . . 
WASHINGTON . . 
V.' I COM 1 CO . . . 



MASSACHUSETTS 



BARNSTABLE 
BERKSHI RE. 
BRISTOL. . 
ESSEX. . . 
FRANKLIN . 



HAMPDEN . . . 
HAMPSH I RE . 
MIDDLESEX. 
NORFOLK. . 
PLYMOUTH . 



SUFFOLK. . 
WORCESTER. 



ALLEGAN- 
ALPENA . 
BARRY. . 
BAY. . . 
BERRIEN. 



Sales 



Rank 



281 

113 

■■ 1 153 

■■ 1 139 

■■709 

■■l 121 
■■171 
■"980 
■•355 
■■605 

n 093 
'1 160 
n 079 
■■1 126 
53 

^293 

351 

■■l 125 

■■592 

rl 171 

■^718 

811 

■"598 

■•ssi 

■■9O6 

■■ 821 
r 918 



' 311 
■■377 
■■ 161 
■■ 890 
■■332 

■■885 
■■711 
■■256 
■• 813 
■■l Oil 
■'313 



■311 

■•162 

83 

27 

■■580 

■•7 96 

■-758 

■1 029 

■■119 

■■138 

■■891 

62 

91 

■■ 902 

■•312 

■■156 



Amount 



($1,000) 



■"257 

■"211 

95 

r "' 
517 

73 

■■361 

13 

61 

128 

25 
56 



551 

,, ■'925 

1 018 

■ ■■286 

■■20P 



115 873 

316 736 

19 366 

21 725 
50 565 

23 285 
256 039 

33 171 
109 800 

61 197 

25 201 
18 965 

26 617 

22 66 3 

800 816 

138 025 

111 092 

22 905 

63 022 

15 155 

17 711 
13 211 
61 775 
61 166 
37 590 

12 765 
35 331 



111 801 
101 715 
267 311 

38 913 
119 901 

39 135 
18 115 

166 321 

11 912 

29 759 

111 371 



111 211 

267 611 

577 992 

316 915 

61 182 

11 622 

16 859 

30 50 1 

92 ■;5i 

87 510 

36 581 

583 161 
512 221 

37 956 
129 659 

83 151 



165 755 
209 002 
501 163 
853 702 
69 218 

622 569 
106 162 
1 631 631 
756 595 
359 105 

1 352 177 
779 902 



68 525 

36 728 

31 2 38 

111 897 

213 701 



Population 



115 175 
230 056 

31 6 39 
26 086 
51 657 

29 939 
206 769 
29 825 
61 656 
55 381 

28 535 
26 971 
33 709 

35 653 
627 525 

101 663 
111 351 

32 166 
81 193 

29 063 

16 833 

36 613 

59 131 

60 771 
36 655 

II. 015 
39 701 



86 312 
106 061 
182 751 
32 293 
69 150 

28 575 
11 315 
126 316 
39 719 
32 908 
99 102 



81 169 
206 6 31 
192 120 
939 021 

52 785 

18 108 
32 572 
29 666 
71 930 
76 722 
36 152 

310 928 

357 395 

38 915 

91 219 

19 050 



70 266 

112 135 

398 186 

568 831 

51 661 

129 353 

103 229 

1 236 712 

510 266 

216 119 

791 329 

563 228 



57 729 

28 556 

31 736 

107 012 

119 865 



Per 
capita 
sales 



(dollais) 



1 003 

1 377 

612 
833 
979 

778 
1 226 
1 122 
1 297 
1 105 

863 
70 3 
790 
611 
1 276 

1 358 
998 
712 
773 
532 

978 
1 119 
1 039 
1 061 

967 

972 
690 



1 330 


959 


1 163 


1 205 


1 315 


1 370 


1 065 


1 316 


1 051 


901 


1 151 



1 357 


1 295 


1 171 


1 102 


1 222 


922 


1 139 


1 028 


1 289 


1 111 


1 057 


1 711 


1 133 


975 


1 121 


1 701 



2 356 


1 170 


1 256 


1 501 


1 262 


1 150 


1 026 


1 317 


1 183 


1 115 


1 70 9 


1 337 



1 167 
1 266 
981 
1 326 
1 126 



Revised. 



1-118 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 14 Counties with 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and county 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



State and county 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



MfCHlGAN — CONTINUCD 



BRANCH. . 
CALHOUN . 
CASS. . . 
CHIPPEWA. 
CLINTON . 



DELTA 

EATON 

QENESEE . . . . 
GRAND TRAVERSE. 
GRATIOT . . . . 



HILLSDALE 
HOUGHTON. 
HURON . . 
INGHAM. . 
IONIA . . 



I SABELLA. 
JACKSON . 
KALAMAZOO 
KENT. . . 
LAPEER. . 



LENAWEE . . 
LIVINGSTON. 
MACOMB, o . 
MARQUETTE . 
MIDLAND . . 



MONROE. . 
MONTCALM. 
MUSKEGON. 
OAKLAND . 
OTTAWA. . 



SAGINAW . . 
ST. CLAIR . 
ST. JOSEPH. 
SANILAC . . 
SHIAWASSEE. 



TUSCOLA . 
VAN BUREN 
WASHTENAW 
WAYNE . . 



MINNESOTA 



ANOKA . . . 
BLUE EARTH. 
BROWN . . . 
CARLTON . . 
CLAY. . . . 



CROW WING 
DAKOTA. . 
FREEBORN. 
GOODHUE . 
HENNEPIN. 



ITASCA. . 
KANDIYOHI 
MARTIN. . 
MORR I SON. 
MOWER . . 



OLMSTEAD. . 
OTTER TAIL. 
POLK. . . . 
RAMSEY. . . 
RICE. . . . 



ST. LOUIS . 
STEARNS . . 
STEELE. . . 
WASHINGTON. 
WINONA. . . 
WRIGHT. . . 



MISSISSIPPI 



ADAMS . 
ALCORN. 
BOLIVAR 
COAHOMA 
COPIAH. 



FORREST . 
HARRISON. 
HINDS . . 
HOLMES. . 
JACKSON . 



^ 903 
'■ 227 
''966 

.r866 

"■bis 

•■668 

e« 

"■607 
''735 

"■eio 

''877 

"■77/4 

122 

''681 

"'836 
"■218 

"■isi 

67 
"■718 

"■383 
''807 

r S9 

^638 

568 

''1101 
=■722 
"■228 

^3^7 

''171 
''30q 
''616 
'"908 
''523 

''752 
''6511 

"■lee 



"729 

■■l 068 

'853 

••886 

'1 168 



^508 

,. 179 

I 170 

'671) 



37 715 

190 675 

3<l 177 

37 108 

10 10 3 

13 218 

55 2 30 
570 586 

61 095 

18 129 

13 680 
39 516 

16 137 
368 808 

51 059 

12 137 
171 136 
216 767 
516 831 

19 10 9 

100 211 

13 881 
537 125 

57 878 
65 697 

97 812 
19 167 

190 006 
1 101 615 

116 561 

258 107 

131 071 

60 239 

37 115 

71 111 

17 612 

56 295 
261 792 

3 751 261 



162 


82 


105 


^516 


'69 


332 


■^869 


'39 


898 


1 Oil 


29 


759 


"■716 


19 


691 


>31 

I 118 

r "S 

838 


12 


179 


92 


808 


18 


202 


12 


051 


26 


1 316 


077 


'' 868 


10 


033 


I 889 
"^927 


r'6 
36 


9 39 


566 


1 073 


27 


180 


''628 


59 


202 


717 


103 


112 


17 


719 


■■839 


12 


012 


I ■'^ 


625 


293 


817 


13 


111 


r 
rl63 


267 


500 


335 


116 


576 


1 001 


32 


252 


■■715 


17 


610 


"■519 


56 


619 


''979 


33 


668 



18 787 
27 362 
11 076 
39 111 
18 060 



71 706 
131 192 
217 127 

16 925 

51 tei 



31 90 3 
138 856 

36 9 32 

32 655 

37 969 

31 298 

19 681 

371 313 

33 190 

37 012 

31 712 
35 651 

31 006 
211 296 

13 132 

35 318 
131 991 
169 712 
363 187 

11 926 

77 789 

38 2 33 
10 5 801 

56 151 
51 150 

101 120 

35 795 

119 913 

690 259 

98 719 

190 752 
107 201 

12 332 

32 311 
53 116 

13 305 
16 395 

172 110 
2 666 297 



85 


916 


11 


365 


27 


676 


27 


9 32 


39 


080 


32 


131 


78 


30 3 


37 


891 


33 


35 


812 


851 


36 


006 


29 


967 


26 


986 


26 


611 


18 


195 


65 


5 32 


18 


960 


36 


162 


122 


525 


38 


966 


231 


566 


80 


315 


25 


029 


52 


132 


10 


9 37 


29 


935 



37 


730 


25 


262 


51 


161 


16 


212 


27 


051 


52 


722 


119 


189 


187 


015 


27 


096 


55 


522 



1 081 

1 373 
931 

1 136 

1 056 

1 260 

1 112 

1 521 

1 821 

1 308 

1 257 

1 108 

1 357 

1 715 

1 253 

1 192 

1 297 

1 151 

1 506 

1 176 

1 269 

1 118 

1 321 

I 031 

1 277 

968 

1 371 

1 267 

1 600 

1 181 

I 353 

1 251 

1 123 

1 159 

1 336 

1 100 

1 163 

I 536 

1 107 



959 

1 562 

" 1 112 

1 065 

1 272 

1 322 

1 185 

1 272 

1 273 

1 597 

1 053 

1 299 

1 355 

1 020 

1 221 

1 576 
975 

1 162 

1 160 

1 106 



1 155 
1 176 
1 289 
912 
1 386 
1 125 



1 293 

1 083 
751 
616 
668 



1 117 
1 096 
1 321 

625 
985 



MISSISSIPPI --CONT INUED 



JONES. . . 
LAUDERDALE 
LEE. . . . 
LEFLORE. . 
LINCOLN. . 



LOWNDES. . 
MADISON. . 
MONROE . . 
OKTIBBEHA. 
PANOLA . . 



PIKE . . . 
RANKIN . . 
SUNFLOWER. 
WARREN . . 
WASHINGTON 
YAZOO. . . 



MISSOURI 



AUDRAIN. . . . 

BOONE 

BUCHANAN . . . 
BUTLER .... 
CAPE GIRARDEAU 



CASS . . 
CLAY . . 
COLE . . 

DUNKLIN. 
FRANKLIN 



GREENE . . 
JACKSON. . 
JASPER . . 
JEFFERSON. 
JOHNSON. . 



LAFAYETTE. 
MARION . . 
NEW MADRID 
NEWTON . . 
PEMISCOT . 



PETTIS . . . 
PHELPS . . . 
PULASKI . . . 
ST. CHARLES. 
ST. FRANCOIS 



. LOUIS. . . 
ST. LOUIS CITY 
SALINE .... 
SCOTT. .... 
STODDARD . . . 



CASCADE 

FLATHEAD . . . . 
GALLATIN . . . . 
LEWI S AND CLARK. 
MISSOULA . . . . 
SILVER BOW . . . 
YELLOWSTONE. . . 



NEBRASKA 



ADAMS. . 
BUFFALO. 
DODGE. . 
DOUGLAS. 
GAGE . . 



HALL .... 
LANCASTER. . 
LINCOLN. . . 
MADISON. . . 
SARPY. . , . 
SCOTTS BLUFF 



CLARK. 
WASHOE 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



BELKNAP. 
CHESHIRE 
COOS . . 



GRAFTON. . . 
HILLSBOROUGH 



r"2 

j183 

r632 

686 

""l 018 

''775 

""l 131 

1 095 

"■l 157 

""l 091 

"■950 

"■l 161 

■■l 016 

''731 

''182 

■■1 070 



,822 
^528 

,793 
523 

"l 021 
'211 
''671 
""721 
"■572 

"■216 

r ^^ 
318 

610 

■"l 060 

"■977 
"•929 

rl 076 
'"911 

''1 038 

r ''656 

r 1 002 

1 133 

"■512 

■■917 

12 

11 

■■926 

•■901 

fl 032 



■■320 
•■717 
''833 
■■797 
""181 
■"550 
■^305 



'739 
""768 
■"621 
66 
'"955 

;:565 

195 

.779 

, 761 

1 169 

'"603 



117 
218 



,692 

,597 

803 

'561 
'' 161 



51 


770 


76 


971 


56 


792 


53 


268 


29 


101 


16 


101 


22 


189 


25 


009 


19 


32 


25 


131 


35 


259 


16 


513 


29 


197 


18 


67 1 


79 


001 


27 


301 



12 788 

72 119 
127 219 

15 130 

73 161 

30 973 
""180 112 
51 811 
19 031 
65 275 

196 817 
1 086 767 

113 223 
60 987 
26 236 

33 791 

36 513 
26 861 

37 263 

29 819 

56 101 
32 5 32 
22 195 
70 105 
37 023 

997 256 

1 066 322 

36 606 

37 661 

30 235 



126 899 

19 657 

12 275 

11 611 

78 907 

66 571 

133 611 



16 173 
16 139 

60 016 
556 139 

31 633 

66 508 
229 053 

15 811 

16 560 

17 201 

61 518 



382 B57 
191 667 



52 37 6 

61 999 

11 122 

67 327 

272 300 



59 


512 


67 


119 


10 


589 


17 


112 


26 


759 


16 


639 


32 


901 


33 


953 


26 


175 


26 


791 


35 


063 


31 


322 


15 


750 


12 


206 


78 


638 


31 


653 



26 079 

55 202 

90 581 

31 6 56 

12 020 

29 702 

87 171 

10 761 
39 139 

11 666 

126 276 

622 732 

78 663 

66 377 

28 981 

26 271 

29 522 

31 350 

30 093 
38 96 

35 120 
26 396 
16 567 
52 970 

36 616 

70 3 532 

750 026 

25 116 

32 718 
29 190 



73 116 
32 965 
26 015 
26 006 
11 663 
16 151 
79 016 



28 911 
26 2 36 

32 171 

313 190 
26 618 

35 757 
155 272 
26 191 
25 115 
31 281 

33 809 



127 016 

81 713 



26 912 

13 312 

37 110 

16 657 

176 161 



920 
1 177 
1 116 
1 130 
1 099 

968 
671 
737 
727 
878 

I 006 

510 

615 

1 153 

1 005 

863 





611 




312 




105 




302 




711 




013 




059 




316 




253 




397 




559 




711 




136 




919 




971 




337 




2 38 




657 




239 




783 




597 




261 




177 




329 




Oil 




118 




121 




156 




150 




025 



1 728 


1 506 


1 623 


1 593 


1 767 


1 176 


1 691 


1 661 


1 770 


1 619 


1 620 


1 299 


1 660 


1 175 


1 60 9 


1 652 


650 


1 820 


3 Oil 


2 297 


1 812 


1 130 


1 196 


1 378 


1 52E 



Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-119 



TABLE 14 Counties with 25,000 Inliabitants or IVIore Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 





Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


State and county 


Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


state and county 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


NEW HAMPSHIRE — CONTINUED 


;:278 

'^M81 
"■881 

152 

"^169 

77 

''363 

■-267 
23 

"■280 
6M 

''M90 

103 
75 
91 

112 
''202 

68 
■■515 
"■210 
""505 

5M 
'^ MM6 

Mis 

"■ M91 
'■ 670 
''611 
"■578 

^10 
^^755 
"■' OlM 
"'659 
''635 
■■963 

101 

"^786 

31 

1M7 

''376 

r uuq 
"■235 
^295 
^591 
MMl 

'' 601 
"■ 602 
"■ 583 
"■ 177 
2M 
r 

J, 785 
^679 
^585 
%75 
'^ 799 

''1455 
''321 

^678 
521 

r "" 
55M 

8 
3 

160 

133 

"^378 
156 
79M 

I 390 
%87 
" 732 

r ^ 
2MM 


87 113 
1M9 699 

79 095 
39 366 

289 276 
1 20M 259 
259 880 
61M 078 
106 025 

161 M07 

1 M05 620 

1M9 207 

705 M30 

77 889 

M39 MM7 
618 867 
519 2M2 
389 236 
218 7M9 

666 960 
7M 0M6 

212 131 
7M 925 

787 629 
85 623 

387 M08 

77 M72 
5M 972 

60 768 
6M 629 

7M 676 
M7 133 
31 MMM 
55 675 
58 M18 
3M 58M 

M51 720 

M5 559 

1 201 210 

300 936 

102 123 

85 903 
186 006 

"^137 662 
63 221 

86 2MM 

61 592 
61 525 

6M MOl 
2M7 M52 

1 M02 688 

M5 600 
5M 1M6 
63 973 

80 262 
MM 5 32 

83 558 
126 2M6 

2 651 356 

5M 269 
73 318 

917 255 

68 M61 

2 353 590 

M 339 M72 

272 517 

3M6 508 
613 973 
101 516 
282 505 
MM 920 

99 M18 

78 097 
M8 668 

2 053 671 
176 593 


67 785 
99 029 
59 799 
28 067 

160 880 
780 255 
22M M99 
392 35 
M8 555 

106 850 
923 5M5 
13M 8M0 
610 73M 
5M 107 

266 392 
M33 856 
33M MOl 

261 620 
108 2M1 

M06 618 

58 711 
1M3 913 

M9 255 

50M 255 

63 220 

262 199 

57 6M9 
32 691 

59 9M8 

50 783 

53 M29 
37 209 
36 976 
53 306 
MM 970 
39 085 

272 926 

M3 978 

1 M2M 815 

212 661 

80 187 

73 9M2 
1M5 377 
98 706 
M3 2M3 
72 722 

M7 322 
Ml 113 

M3 5M0 
176 008 

1 06M 688 

35 300 
MM 7M2 

51 30M 
53 99M 
31 372 

66 370 
87 835 

2 627 319 

MM 053 
5« 635 

586 387 

57 2M0 

1 300 171 

1 698 281 

2M2 269 

26M MOl 
M2 3 028 

68 070 
183 73M 

3M 159 

86 118 

51 9M2 

31 722 

1 809 578 

1M2 585 


1 285 
1 512 
1 323 

1 M03 

1 798 
1 5M3 
1 158 

1 566 

2 18M 

1 511 
1 522 
1 107 
1 155 
1 MMO 

1 650 
1 M26 
1 553 

1 M88 

2 021 

1 6M0 
1 261 
1 M7M 
1 521 
1 562 
1 35M 

1 M78 
1 3MM 
I 682 
1 OlM 
1 273 

1 398 
1 267 

850 
1 OMM 
1 299 

885 

1 655 
1 036 
8M3 
1 M15 
1 27M 

1 162 
^1 279 
1 395 
1 M62 
1 186 

1 302 
1 M96 
1 M79 
1 M06 
1 317 

1 292 
1 210 
1 2M7 
1 M86 
1 M19 

1 259 
1 M37 
1 009 
1 232 
1 3M2 

1 56M 
1 196 

1 810 

2 555 
1 125 

1 311 
1 M51 
1 M91 
1 538 
1 315 

1 15M 
1 50M 
1 53M 
1 135 
1 239 


NEW YORK— CONTINUED 
RICHMOND 


''178 
''215 
''31M 
"^M16 
''22M 

l^B8 

526 

52 

'■M20 

''8M9 

'■m28 
"«2 
'^M25 
''7MM 
''329 

r 20 
851 

,^392 

858 

''1 IIM 

^^860 

■■m70 

,^837 

1 0M5 

''587 

"■l 112 

''589 

;:695 

'^6M2 

^250 

M79 

"■1^012 
^279 

"^1 132 

1 087 

^637 
"^769 

',852 
^■'97 
,536 
^619 
9M0 

■^559 

''l 075 

";i 117 

=^1 105 

lOM 

1679 

rM92 

, ■ 380 

1 180 

''53M 

',872 
,'961 
I 109 
''M61 
^600 

''873 
''M58 
''532 
'■M69 
■■816 

'S95 
1 096 
''802 
''587 
''771 

'' 986 
' 180 
^M71 
^•'51 
'^62U 


2M7 307 

, 198 332 

128 658 

93 M80 

191 678 

33 231 

122 M7M 

1 1M8 8M3 

92 709 

Ml 303 

89 563 

168 MMM 

90 627 
M7 968 

121 092 

1 M52 526 
Ml 138 

99 019 
MO 797 
23 737 
193 750 
MO 709 

80 580 
M2 056 
29 569 
99 550 
23 908 

6 3 337 

51 86M 
57 101 

169 MM3 

79 21M 

31 52M 
1M9 353 

MO M76 
2M5 801 

22 302 

127 273 

25 758 
352 557 

57 9MM 
M6 320 

Ml 100 
MM 61M 
71 065 

60 105 

36 002 

70 8M2 

26 933 

23 511 
2M 3M9 

M3e 710 

39 390 
77 M57 

100 5M5 
13 738 

71 37 3 

39 693 
3M 685 
23 965 
82 M55 

61 770 

39 631 
82 876 
71 MMl 

80 802 
M3 210 

38 579 
2M 99M 
MM M2M 
6 3 758 
M6 288 

33 305 
2M6 823 
80 502 
M7 691 
59 502 


221 991 

136 803 
111 2 39 
89 096 
152 896 

31 98M 
97 691 

666 78M 
M5 272 
37 802 

66 16M 
118 80M 

MM 002 
M8 M76 

67 989 

808 891 
3M 793 

85 67M 
36 OlM 
28 881 
130 07M 
52 701 

68 137 
M9 552 
30 9M0 
73 191 
26 785 

66 0M8 
M8 973 
58 773 
1M8 MI8 
79 M93 

MO 270 
111 995 

5M 226 
189 M28 

28 755 

127 07M 
33 110 

2M6 520 
58 956 
M8 2 36 

39 711 
36 163 
62 526 
62 936 
26 561 

55 276 
28 81M 

26 7M2 

27 139 
272 111 

36 733 
61 002 
71 7M2 
26 811 
82 706 

M2 970 

25 630 

26 39M 

69 9M2 
61 M97 

39 202 
89 102 
69 629 
82 817 
M5 091 

M8 013 
25 183 

MO 873 
M8 205 
MM 670 

32 002 
169 082 

82 059 
M5 269 
57 716 






ROCKLAND 


1 M50 


STRAFFORD 


ST. LAWRENCE 


1 157 




SARATOGA 


1 0M9 








NEW JERSEY 








STEUBEN 






SUFFOLK 


1 72 3 




SULLIVAN 


2 0M8 




TIOGA 


1 093 


CAPE MAY 








1 35M 




ULSTER 


1 M18 


ESSEX 


WARREN 


2 060 






990 




WAYNE 


1 781 


HUNTERDON 








1 796 




WYOMING 


1 182 


MIDDLESEX 


NORTH CAROLINA 
ALAMANCE 








MORRIS 










1 156 




BEAUFORT 


1 133 




BLADEN 


822 




BUNCOMBE 


1 M90 




BURKE 


772 




CABARRUS 






1 183 






8M9 




CARTERET 


956 


CATAWBA 


1 360 






893 


CHAVES 








959 






1 059 


EDDY 


CRAVEN 


972 




CUMBERLAND 


1 1M2 




DAVIDSON 


996 




DUPLIN 






783 




DURHAM 


1 33M 




EDGECOMBE 


7M6 




FORSYTH 


1 298 






776 




GASTON 


1 002 






778 




GUILFORD 


1 M30 






983 




HARNETT 


960 


SROOME 


HAYWOOD 






1 035 






1 23M 






1 137 






955 




LEE 


1 355 


CHENANGO 


LENOIR 


1 282 




LINCOLN 


935 




MC DOWELL 


879 






897 




MECKLENBURG 


1 612 


DUTCHESS 


MOORE 






1 072 




NASH 


1 270 






1 MOl 






512 




ONSLOW 


863 


GENESEE ' , , , , 








92M 






1 353 






908 




PITT 


1 179 




RANDOLPH 


1 OOM 


LIVINGSTON 








1 012 






930 




ROCKINGHAM 


1 026 




ROWAN 


976 




RUTHERFORD 


958 




SAMPSON 














SCOTLAND 


992 




STANLY 


1 087 




SURRY 


1 323 










VANCE 






1 OMl 




WAKE 






WAYNE 






WILKES 


1 05M 


RENSSELAER 


WILSON 


1 031 



' Revised. 



1-120 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 14 Counties with 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and county 



NORTH DAKOTA 



BURLEIGH. , 
CASS. . . . 
GRAND FORKS 
STUTSMAN. . 

WARD. . . . 



ALLEN . . 
ASHLAND . 
ASHTABULA 
ATHENS. . 
AUGLAIZE, 



BELMONT . 
BROWN . . 
BUTLER. . 
CHAMPAIGN 
CLARK . , 



CLERMONT. , 
CLINTON . , 
COLUMBIANA. 
COSHOCTON . 
CRAWFORD. , 



CUYAHOGA. 
DARKE . . 
DEFIANCE. 
DELAWARE. 
ERIE. . . 



FAIRFIELD 
FRANKLIN. 
FULTON. . 
GALLIA. . 
GEAUGA. . 



GREENE. . 
GUERNSEY. 
HAMILTON. 

HANCOCK . 
HARDIN. . 



HENRY . . 
HIGHLAND. 
HURON . . 

JACKSON , 
JEFFERSON 



KNOX. . . 
LAKE. . . 
LAWRENCE. 
LICKING , 
LOGAN . . 



LORAIN. . 
LUCAS , . 
MADISON . 
MAHONING. 
MARION. . 



MEDINA. . , 
MERCER. . . 
MIAMI . . , 
KONTGOMERY. 
MUSKINGUM , 



OTTAWA. . 
PERRY . . 
PICKAWAY. 
PORTAGE . 
PREOLE. . 



PUTNAM. . 
RICHLAND. 
ROSS. . . 
SANDUSKY. 

SCIOTO. . 



SENECA. . 
SHELBY. . 
STARK . . 

SUMMIT. . 
TRUMBULL. 



TUSCARAWAS, 
VAN WERT. . 
WARREN. . . 
WASHINGTON, 
WAYNE . . . 



Sales 



Rank 



^626 
J 336 


59 


376 


118 


176 


>52 


83 


R76 


•^907 


37 


506 


' 39M 


98 


808 



WILLIAMS. 
WOOD . . . 



"■271 
"•725 
"■333 
"■759 
""770 

1 129 

"■las 
"■935 

''2'46 

'' Itb 

" 310 
''923 
""615 



"•623 
"■730 
"■919 
"■ 395 

"■■.72 

39 

. "'730 

■ 1 078 

'861 

r 

^115 

355 

28 

"■ 1195 

1 022 

1 19 

""942 

, ''629 

1 062 

""sas 

I 633 
,234 
, 635 
r 32'4 
703 

r 
172 
71 

«68 

r 
^513 

r"7 
112 

r 58 
127 

1 119 

"■931 

r "■367 

1 015 

■^907 

' 219 

5^569 

509 

111 



J, 501 
915 
105 

r " 

137 

r 103 
,911 
r6J1 
r 013 
105 

' 111 



Amount 
($1,000) 



156 068 

M8 969 

119 895 

16 775 

15 922 

81 591 
22 652 

211 085 
33 380 

175 333 

85 705 

16 263 
130 125 

36 559 
60 38 3 

2 111 239 
59 776 
15 795 
36 882 
98 761 

80 396 

1 071 302 

18 719 

26 722 

10 661 

93 913 

10 900 

1 237 288 

''77 109 

31 061 

31 237 
35 896 
58 997 
28 102 
113 962 

53 791 

136 118 

53 311 

123 982 

51 213 



Population 



257 


821 


615 


667 


r '" 
373 


990 


303 


31 


013 


71 


215 


13 


365 


91 


187 


773 


830 


39 


617 


11 


963 


19 


3C3 


33 


101 


101 


713 


31 


111 


33 


2 39 


170 


255 


65 


198 


71 


680 


91 


195 


71 


990 


37 


138 


138 


688 


,708 


255 


211 


395 


97 


279 


33 


029 


58 


531 


60 


131 


96 


571 


16 


755 


91 


035 



31 016 
66 917 
18 677 
25 137 
17 072 



103 691 
38 771 
93 067 
16 993 
56 117 

83 861 

25 178 
199 076 

29 711 
131 110 

80 530 

30 001 
107 001 

32 221 

16 775 

1 617 895 

15 612 

31 508 
36 107 
63 POO 

63 912 

682 962 

2 9 301 

26 120 

17 573 

91 612 

38 579 

861 121 

53 686 

29 633 

25 392 
29 716 
17 326 
29 372 
99 201 

33 308 
118 700 

55 138 

90 212 

31 803 

217 500 
156 931 

26 151 
300 ISO 

60 221 

65 315 

32 559 
72 901 

527 080 
79 159 

55 32 5 

27 861 
35 355 

91 798 
32 198 

28 331 

117 761 

61 215 

56 186 

81 216 



59 326 

33 586 

310 315 

513 569 

208 526 

76 789 

28 810 
65 711 
51 689 
75 197 

29 968 
72 596 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



1 716 

1 765 

1 723 

1 192 

2 099 



1 505 

1 265 

1 288 

995 

1 270 

973 

900 

1 226 

1 123 

1 331 

1 061 
1 512 
1 216 
1 155 
1 291 

1 165 
1 511 
1 155 
1 021 
1 152 

1 258 
1 571 
1 661 
1 02 5 
855 

993 

1 060 

, 1 152 

1 136 

1 018 

1 2 50 
1 221 
1 217 
957 
1 119 

1 586 
1 251 
962 
1 371 
1 172 

1 185 

1 113 

,1 525 

1 259 

1 315 

1 137 

1 185 

1 296 

1 168 

1 132 

1 188 
711 
952 

1 HI 
967 

1 175 

1 116 

1 070 

1 522 

1 122 



1 261 

1 106 

1 289 

,. 1 37 9 

1 153 

1 267 

1 115 
891 

1 165 

1 279 

1 560 

1 295 



State and county 



OKLAHOMA 

CADDO 

CARTER 

CLEVELAND 

COMANCHE 

CREEK 

GARFIELD 

GARVIN 

GRADY 

JACKSON 

KAY 

LE FLORE 

MC CURTAIN 

MUSKOGEE 

OKLAHOMA 

OKMULGEE 

OSAGE 

OTTAWA 

PAYNE 

PITTSBURG 

PONTOTOC 

POTTAWATOMIE .... 

SEMINOLE 

STEPHENS 

TULSA 

WASHINGTON 

OREGON 

BENTON 

CLACKAMAS 

CLATSOP 

COOS 

DOUGLAS 

JACKSON 

JOSEPHINE 

KLAMATH 

LANE 

LINN 

MARION 

MULTNOMAH 

POLK 

UMATILLA 

WASHINGTON 

YAMHILL 

PENNSYLVANIA 

ADAMS 

ALLEGHENY 

ARMSTRONG 

BEAVER 

BEDFORD 

BERKS 

BLAIR 

BRADFORD 

BUCKS 

BUTLER 

CAMBRIA 

CARBON 

CENTRE 

CHESTER 

CLARION 

CLEARFIELD 

CLINTON 

COLUMBIA 

CRAWFORD 

CUMBERLAND 

DAUPHIN 

DELAWARE 

ELK 

ERIE 

FAYETTE 

FRANKLIN 

GREENE 

HUNTINGDON 

INDIANA 

JEFFERSON 

LACKAWANNA 

LANCASTER 

LAWRENCE , 

LEBANON 

LEHIGH 



Sales 



Rank 



1 023 
r 711 
!• 609 
r 591 
■•922 

^502 
990 
"■960 
''913 
""606 

■ 1 119 

' 1 162 

"'585 

r " 

936 

"'1 066 
''982 
''712 
''919 
''901 

''763 

''1 036 

"'760 

r '2 
663 



^327 
900 

"'16O 

"•330 

"'731 

"■503 

165 

188 

''225 

15 

1,113 

566 

^29 2 

362 



632 

r 10 

,507 

,206 

705 

r'26 

^251 

595 

106 

313 

''211 

'707 

110 

316 

In. 

r'^'2 
^613 
'101 
'233 

139 

r '' 
959 

115 

"■ 269 

, ''556 
1 033 
''915 
■■157 
"■777 

,159 

r"'' 

^323 
1271 



Amount 
($1,000) 



30 707 

50 316 
,61 080 

99 310 

36 783 

75 131 

55 150 

51 7 52 

55 719 
61 192 

25 101 

18 109 

65 975 

700 176 

56 168 

27 727 

33 163 

18 101 

35 521 

37 661 

16 602 

25 785 

16 770 

518 829 

55 173 



19 185 
122 227 
38 185 
71 660 
82 586 

120 615 
18 586 
75 009 

267 019 
78 056 

191 262 
912 112 



Population 



25 


799 


65 


952 


138 


617 


10 


659 


51 


021 


036 


192 


71 


812 


216 


950 


50 


920 


362 


501 


167 


651 


63 


001 


132 


111 


126 


966 


200 


870 


50 


819 


91 


901 


259 


097 


11 


522 


79 


917 


13 


591 


60 


621 


97 


Oil 


183 


269 


327 


2 32 


663 


301 


31 


772 


313 


701 


157 


807 


109 


195 


30 


281 


35 


656 


83 


128 


16 


062 


278 


318 


387 


130 


131 


985 


122 


012 


360 


561 



28 621 

39 oil 
17 600 
90 805 

10 195 

52 975 

28 290 

29 590 
29 736 

51 012 

29 106 
25 851 
61 866 
139 506 
56 915 

52 111 
28 501 

11 251 
31 360 
28 089 

11 186 
28 066 
37 990 

516 038 

12 317 



59 165 
113 033 
27 580 

51 955 
68 158 

75 962 
29 917 
17 175 
162 890 
58 867 

120 888 

522 813 

26 525 

11 352 

92 237 

52 178 



51 


906 


628 


587 


79 


521 


206 


918 


12 


151 


275 


111 


157 


270 


51 


925 


508 


567 


111 


6 39 


203 


283 


52 


889 


78 


580 


210 


608 


37 


108 


81 


551 


37 


619 


53 


189 


77 


956 


121 


816 


220 


255 


553 


151 


37 


328 


250 


632 


169 


310 


88 


172 


39 


121 


39 


157 


75 


566 


16 


792 


2 31 


531 


278 


359 


112 


965 


90 


853 


227 


5 36 



Per 
capita 
sales 



(dollars) 



1 073 

1 289 

,1 283 

1 091 

908 

1 125 
1 171 
1 171 
1 202 
1 199 

801 

712 

1 051 

1 591 

979 

855 
1 182 
1 087 
1 028 
1 511 



1 123 
919 
1 231 
1 199 
1 310 





256 




081 




595 




359 




206 




631 




621 




580 




6 39 




326 




532 




715 




397 




187 




503 




252 



1 Oil 


1 250 


911 


1 018 


1 200 


1 316 


1 221 


1 117 


1 101 


1 108 


988 


961 


1 208 


1 230 


1 110 


980 


1 159 


1 133 


1 215 


1 168 


1 186 


1 199 


932 


1 251 


932 


1 212 


768 


901 


1 107 


981 


1 187 


1 392 


1 195 


1 313 


1 585 



Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-121 



TABLE 14 Counties with 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 





Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


State and county 


Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


state and county 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


PENNSYLVANIA— CONTINUED 
LUZERNE 


;:u9 

^297 
616 

::232 

'^701 

'•639 
17 

"^333 
"■l 106 

6 

"■255 

"■] 021 

""511 

1 009 

,^925 
1 121 
"■531 
"■177 
"■ 190 

!;996 
113 
112 

^935 
^272 
"531 

"^ 193 

',576 

, 365 

,1 103 

1 176 

■•192 

"•l 055 
M 103 
^1 077 
"^1 163 
1 152 

, "^325 
1 372 

"■371 
1 052 
■"159 

^11 

'l67 

"■1,050 

^97 1 

918 

''690 
"'l 023 
''1 119 
''1 093 

"•933 

I 590 
, 376 
r>33 
,261 
"^555 

^J 130 

'^1 120 

''538 

',622 
"^291 
'366 

::65.3 

J 636 

, '723 

,1 099 

1 33V 


378 810 
137 197 

56 919 
116 858 

51 169 

57 750 
869 589 
218 926 
115 853 

21 292 

2 189 876 

167 165 

31 111 

71 167 

31 619 

36 6«2 
23 106 
61 356 
79 618 
2 36 081 

32 883 
388 709 
32 3 399 

36 367 
151 806 

71 617 
785 672 

77 116 

61 911 
105 22a 
21 173 

11 232 
233 381 

28 561 
21 102 

26 758 

18 389 

19 376 

12 755 

27 225 
102 796 

29 226 
271 295 

19 392 
81 028 
29 395 

33 957 
36 995 

53 Oil 
31 129 
19 918 

21 819 
33 117 

63 321 

39 523 

210 330 

162 555 

68 261 

22 633 

23 297 
70 881 

59 961 
137 951 
101 922 

55 839 
58 351 
18 307 
,21 770 
29 313 


316 972 
109 367 

51 517 
127 519 

11 318 

39 567 
516 682 
201 112 
101 138 

26 582 

2 002 512 

173 027 

25 922 

77 150 

33 137 

36 611 
25 616 

65 295 

15 582 
217 271 

28 237 
352 629 
2 38 336 

37 116 
112 619 

81 891 
568 778 

59 051 

81 038 
98 178 
11 187 

38 196 
216 382 

35 205 
30 888 
33 717 

29 190 

27 816 

52 928 

30 581 
81 138 

31 798 
209 776 

11 316 
68 217 
33 585 

39 352 
17 609 

60 726 

32 Oil 
23 529 

29 116 
10 201 

68 559 

16 030 
200 102 
156 830 

71 911 

30 015 
10 932 
73 760 

31 106 
86 575 
58 195 

60 032 
57 525 
38 321 
27 936 
11 573 


1 092 
1 251 
1 015 
1 152 
1 161 

1 160 
1 683 
1 087 
1 112 
911 

1 213 

968 
1 200 

958 

951 

1 001 
901 
986 

1 717 1 
1 087 ■ 

1 165 
1 102 
1 357 

979 
1 375 

875 
1 381 
1 311 

801 
1 069 

551 

37 3 
1 079 

811 
780 
791 
621 
697 

808 

890 
1 217 

810 
1 308 

1 125 
1 187 

875 

863 

777 

87 3 
972 
693 
815 
831 

921 

859 

1 201 

1 037 
911 

751 
569 
900 

1 758 
1 593 
1 803 

930 
1 Oil 
1 271 
, 887 

713 


TENNESSEE— CONT I NUED 
COFFEE 


993 

85 

r '910 

1 116 

■■715 

801 
■^795 

r 151 

1 153 

132 

'1 065 
"•995 

""511 
"■731 
"■612 

,'967 
1 051 

,'951 

1 091 

"■691 

r 51 

, 238 

,1 005 

1 123 

"■130 

,1 033 
1 016 

'1 035 
"■756 
"■359 

r 57 
530 

'l23 

637 

309 

"■l 031 

■■7 70 

^55'? 

293 

"■300 

"'1I8 

^36 
,262 
,335 

, 103 
317 

'1 069 
"■516 

^- 
275 

""660 
"^716 
"■396 
,110 
'■997 

'893 

'1 Oil 
1 017 
■■026 

"■367 

rl51 

"■963 

, "'333 
1 061 

'1,010 

,930 

,167 

,596 

103 

'1 127 

"■961 

"■399 

"■331 

52 


33 056 

560 212 

37 286 
23 591 
19 890 

11 158 
11 715 

317 701 
19 018 

316 999 

27 760 
32 955 

70 171 

15 691 
60 718 

31 169 

28 569 

35 001 
25 318 

52 OU 

813 399 
110 967 

32 198 
23 221 

79 136 

25 111 

31 389 

29 980 

17 061 
107 103 
779 821 

71 919 

92 179 

53 160 
130 109 

30 37 3 

16 307 

1 650 182 

68 065 

136 970 

11 193 
380 228 

18 385 
153 239 

12 160 
95 678 

113 280 

27 316 

71 031 

1 961 557 

12 915 

152 529 

55 665 

17 763 

38 511 
326 118 

32 819 

38 596 

31 583 

29 190 
12 711 
10 031 

289 319 

188 .^68 

31 112 

99 517 

27 862 

29 782 

36 182 
261 066 

62 131 
211 251 

22 721 

31 519 

38 377 

119 398 

813 767 


28 603 
399 713 

29 537 

25 528 

11 599 

12 163 
33 092 

2 37 905 

30 168 
250 523 

28 019 
33 662 

60 655 
11 699 
55 615 

26 957 

29 235 
39 133 

27 335 
52 368 

627 019 

111 139 

36 217 

28 561 

61 8 32 

25 267 

27 668 

28 162 
39 811 
91 097 

687 151 
59 971 

76 201 
11 895 
151 098 
33 120 
11 217 

951 527 
17 132 

90 995 

13 395 
311 070 

10 527 
110 361 

31 535 
73 013 
69 136 

29 017 
36 798 

1 213 158 

15 591 

180 901 

10 139 
39 399 

31 119 

215 659 

31 518 

31 720 

29 931 

30 052 

31 2 31 
31 595 

156 271 
150 091 

25 711 
67 717 

26 839 

28 016 
31 12 3 

221 573 
50 357 

115 580 

33 913 

35 121 

15 021 

85 350 

538 195 


1 156 


LYCOMING 




1 101 








MERCER 




921 


MirrLIN 


GIBSON , , 


1 116 


MONROE 






MONTGOMERY 




1 352 


NORTHAMPTON 




1 152 


NORTHUMBERLAND 




621 


PERRY 




1 385 


PHILADELPHIA 




990 


SCHUYLKILL 


MC M 1 NN 


979 


SNYDER 




1 157 


SOMERSET 




1 096 


SUSQUEHANNA 




1 091 


TIOGA 




1 279 


UNION 




977 


VENANGO 




891 


WARREN 




927 


WASHINGTON 




993 


WAYNE 




_1 315 


WESTMORELAND 




1 235 


YORK 




889 






, 813 
1 221 




WASHINGTON 


RHODE ISLAND 




1 006 


BRISTOL 




1 131 




TEXAS 




NEWPORT 








WASHINGTON 






1 065 






1 182 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


BELL 


1 111 






1 135 






1 199 










1 210 


BERKELEY 




1 181 


CHARLESTON 




863 






917 


CHEROKEE 




1 123 


CHESTER 








1 731 


CLARENDON 




1 135 


COLLETON 




1 505 




ELLIS 


1 025 


DARLINGTON 




1 211 


DILLON 










GEORGETOWN 




1 163 






1 337 






1 310 






1 631 


HORRY 






KERSHAW 


911 


LANCASTER 




2 012 


LAURENS 




1 578 




HARRISON. ... 


912 






813 










1 387 


NEWBERRY 




1 ?12 






1 120 






1 328 




JIM WELLS 


951 


ORANGEBURG 








1 1 12 


RICHLAND 




1 055 


SPARTANBURG 




931 


SUMTER 




1 219 




t I9ERTY 


1 267 




1 




WILLIAMSBURG 


1 352 


YORK 




1 251 






1 337 






1 170 


SOUTH DAKOTA 


1 MONTGOMERY 


1 038 


BROWN 


1 




MINNEHAHA 




1 060 


PENNINGTON 




1 192 






1 029 






2 113 


TENNESSEE 




670 






919 


BRADLEY 




852 






1 383 


CARTER 




1 511 









Revised. 



1-122 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 14. Counties with 25,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 





Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


State and county 


Sales 


Population 


Per 


state and county 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


TEXAS — CONTINUED 
TAYLOR 


^ ?-Q9 
^ iiOl 

r'" 

'^ 173 

''701 

911 

l9f>9 

,811 

611 

'^312 
"'266 

IS92 
^352 
,970 
^511 
633 

^720 
■■667 

li 101 

I 165 

215 

r "3 
1 150 

"■l 102 

'■l 092 

"■l 081 

519 

750 

■■887 

159 

,191 

,1 151 

1 182 

373 
'1 138 

'^1 080 
"^1 177 

369 

991 

, ■''951 

I 183 

251 

109 

165 

1 128 

1- '" 

588 

r 
1 097 

r '■' 
512 

, 2 60 

I 090 

ll 191 
1 175 


110 791 
95 916 

281 856 
67 182 

80 387 

50 997 

168 369 
35 995 

31 277 
13 608 

57 288 
610 851 

111 600 
161 735 

38 810 
111 012 

31 065 

70 106 

58 637 

19 267 
55 253 

21 562 

19 218 

175 511 

328 276 

19 716 

20 970 
25 270 

25 927 
7 3 128 
17 712 

39 095 
82 608 

233 971 
19 212 
11 727 

103 119 

21 969 
120 029 

26 356 
11 182 

103 939 
33 090 
31 950 
11 269 

169 019 

118 192 

81 121 

22 708 
128 702 

63 177 

21 882 
183 531 

71 131 
161 501 

25 383 

13 007 

11 681 

27 218 
9 806 

12 767 

89 106 

29 178 

30 810 

78 312 
61 571 
11 212 
106 051 

82 109 
67 092 
78 051 

1 521 673 

100 182 

61 771 


101 078 
61 630 

212 136 
16 175 
61 791 

38 152 

123 528 

35 Oil 

25 061 

35 788 
61 760 

39 3 035 
106 991 

110 711 

25 088 
71 125 
29 171 
16 719 

12 960 

29 776 

12 183 

30 6 35 

30 969 
91 02 3 

163 101 

37 36 3 

31 028 

36 721 

32 958 

29 127 
73 617 

71 197 

16 577 

275 002 

25 925 

33 637 

89 258 
27 550 
117 339 
10 335 

25 321 

51 790 

31 128 

32 92 3 
31 366 

113 662 

301 869 
36 750 
58 296 

111 773 

50 161 

27 258 
219 958 

61 693 
97 110 

10 185 

26 290 
25 913 
31 066 

27 195 

11 791 

81 215 

38 076 

13 579 

62 070 

10 711 

30 022 
93 809 
57 801 
16 177 

51 165 
935 Oil 

81 176 

11 858 


1 393 

1 181 
1 313 
1 152 
1 211 

1 337 
1 363 

1 027 

1 368 
1 219 

885 
1 595 
1 071 
1 160 

1 517 
1 192 
1 156 
1 507 
1 368 

1 655 
1 301 

802 
589 

1 928 

2 009 
528 

676 

1 777 
707 

2 195 
618 

519 
1 771 
851 
712 
319 

1 156 
797 

1 02 3 
653 

519 

1 897 
1 053 
1 059 
359 
1 187 

1 372 

2 207 
390 

1 121 

1 265 

913 

2 198 
1 207 
1 691 

627 

195 
569 
877 
361 
955 

1 062 
718 
707 

1 262 
1 585 
1 373 
1 130 
1 121 
1 110 
1 133 
1 631 
1 191 
I 176 


WASHINGTON— CONTINUED 
OKANOGAN 


1 055 

109 

■^197 
''121 

''196 
''592 
''100 
r 356 

r213 

, '921 

'^l 159 

'^1 110 

■'2 71 

''700 

'•973 

!'" 
■^109 
,116 
'^788 

!!830 

, "^558 

'^1 067 

'^518 

"^971 

''676 


29 111 
113 799 

73 057 
223 115 
370 216 

76 796 
61 165 

98 123 
10 896 

202 635 

36 681 
19 008 
23 960 
152 821 
51 191 

33 935 

36 110 

95 560 

307 579 

15 511 

12 561 

67 805 

27 132 
69 015 
33 898 

51 635 

19 12 3 

113 181 

16 197 

68 185 

22 199 
18 381 

99 513 
2 3 111 

16 525 
190 179 
15 373 
31 509 
56 103 

313 781 
72 091 

50 506 

28 362 

77 109 
91 262 

50 550 

11 937 

r 68 161 

131 191 

100 191 
81 798 

■"oe 592 

10 830 

1 171 051 

33 090 

21 351 

111 820 
18 155 

15 181 
187 201 
158 598 

31 651 

51 537 
35 121 

101 372 
20 672 

81 073 
51 730 
181 785 

16 071 

112 921 
SO 299 

39 868 
88 215 
79 522 


25 520 
321 590 

51 350 
172 199 
278 333 

55 019 
12 195 

70 317 
31 263 

115 112 

33 791 
28 761 
28 910 
108 202 
61 731 

31 116 
39 615 
77 856 
252 925 
61 570 

71 359 
63 717 

38 Oil 
68 206 

39 712 

55 617 

25 111 
68 137 
27 233 

77 826 

26 319 

38 977 

78 331 

31 836 

31 270 
125 08a 
15 096 
31 527 
36 708 

222 095 
63 170 

15 008 
26 156 

58 300 
75 085 
11 119 

25 851 
50 091 

100 615 

72 165 
75 215 

88 871 
31 660 
1 036 Oil 
31 211 
25 110 

101 791 
38 111 
36 961 

111 781 
113 913 

29 161 
36 179 
31 351 
86 181 

25 663 

52 368 

16 119 

158 219 
35 310 
107 938 : 

59 105 

1 

26 168 

60 119 
19 623 






1 111 




PIERCE 


1 287 




SKAGIT 


1 12 3 




SNOHOMISH 


1 296 






1 330 


WHARTON 


THURSTON 






1 395 




WALLA WALLA 


1 528 






1 395 




WHITMAN 


1 309 


UTAH 
BOX ELDER 




1 396 


WEST VIRGINIA 








DAVIS 


1 086 
661 






UTAH 














831 


VERMONT 












CHITTENDEN 


HARRISON 


1 227 


FRANKLIN 


KANAWHA 


1 216 






710 


WASHINGTON 








596 












721 








VIRGINIA 


MINGO 


853 


ACCOMACK 


t'ONONGALIA 


982 






'1 151 

, 319 

1,171 

"^552 

^1 131 
1,161 

, 389 
1 118 

''766 
''210 
''700 

'^655 

,135 
529 

. '■'1" 

1 058 

''191 

'"113 

'677 

''812 

^308 

r"l 
150 

''396 
^657 

r 1"' 

991 

"■ 1 110 

"287 

710 

,789 

''268 

„699 

917 

, '■368 

1 111 

,^.51 
|696 

236 
,776 
,265 

171 

' 871 

,137 

178 


761 


ALEXANDRIA CITY , 


OHIO 


1 651 






606 




RALEIGH 


880 


BEDFORD , . , 


RANDOLPH 


851 






172 


CAMPBELL 


WOOD 


1 270 


CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY 

CHESAPEAKE CITY 

CHESTERFIELD 






WISCONSIN 






1 358 




DROWN 


t 113 




CHIPPEWA 


1 006 




CLARK 


1 095 




COLUMBIA 


1 528 


HAMPTON CITY 


DANE 






1 518 




DODGE 


1 HI. 


HENRY 


DOUGLAS 




LEE 


1 122 




DUNN 


1 081 




EAU CLAIRE 


1 329 




FOND DU LAC 


1 255 




GRANT 


1 228 


NAN3EK0ND 


GREEN 




NEWPORT NEV;S CITY 


1 622 






r 1 367 




KENOSHA 


1 301 






1 387 




MANITOWOC 


1 127 


PORTSMOUTH CITY 

PRINCE WILLIAM 


MARATHON 


■"l 109 






1 178 


PULASKI 


MIIWAUKEE 


1 123 






1 059 


ROANOKE 


OCONTO 


850 




OUTAGAMIE 




ROCKINGHAM 


1 593 






1 253 






1 230 


SCOTT . ... 


RACINE 


1 320 




'1 071 

1 185 

''823 

, 130 

, 1 057 

1 02 7 

I!ie6 

,850 
'^362 
''163 
''563 
''139 
15 
l^B2 
599 




1 392 


SOUTHAMPTON 








1 188 






1 125 






1 031 


WASHINGTON 


SHEBOYGAN 


1 207 






806 


WASHINGTON 




1 605 






1 122 


BENTON 




1 168 






1 301 




WINNEBAGO 


1 321 






1 359 


COWLITZ 


WYOM I NG 




GRANT 








KING 


1 521 






1 167 


LEWIS 


NATRONA 


1 603 



Revise!. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-123 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963 







Sales 




Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


State and city 


Sales 


Population 


Per 


state and city 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Population 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


ALtXANOEP CITY 


1 

'' 1 288 

'' 1 111 

156 

■•l 193 

■"591 

r '" 
1 602 
■■831 
''611 
''196 

ll 372 

■^1 569 

"■592 

,, ^575 

1 576 

'no 

"■l 099 
79 

, ''119 

1 151 

5^1 226 

1 373 

750 

,--768 
1 191 

ll 279 

1 183 
■■361 

^,213 
675 

1 111 
■■762 
"■693 
''303 
22 

\'" 

^ 1 055 

r =■' 
513 

-■l 237 
'"355 
1 191 
''775 
'711 

''l 282 
r ''"8 

1 299 
r ''16 3 

1 567 

r 
713 
r 102 

1 117 
''575 
""150 

^923 
^310 
"^327 

,^578 

1 331 

222 

r ■"* 
996 

"■371 

''989 

111 

""l 120 

"■l 535 


22 327 
17 136 

70 269 
11 911 
56 193 

567 165 

7 846 

39 581 

51 982 

61 661 

19 802 

10 688 
56 723 
78 190 
19 5il 

178 005 

28 720 

283 197 

201 37 1 

16 158 

21 151 
19 119 

11 712 
13 113 

25 592 

22 669 
21 161 
15 170 

81 086 

115 025 
50 081 

18 105 
11 057 

17 751 
97 623 

801 912 

26 258 

67 920 
30 381 

366 955 
60 126 

21 091 
36 827 
25 718 
13 087 
16 536 

22 517 
117 209 

22 001 

68 966 

10 893 

11 712 
233 105 

18 016 

82 901 
73 166 

35 138 
10 368 
10 051 

57 806 

21 171 

123 181 

289 389 

32 219 

82 019 

32 275 

212 523 

28 009 

19 130 


13 110 
10 265 
33 657 

16 261 
33 051 

310 887 

1 10 002 

10 683 

29 217 

31 110 

U 110 
15 816 
31 619 
58 088 
20 289 

72 365 

10 799 

191 856 

131 393 

12 680 

15 678 

27 630 

17 371 

28 385 

13 191 

12 857 

17 712 

10 231 
63 370 

11 237 

13 311 

11 925 

18 211 
15 694 
33 772 

139 170 

12 861 
10 026 
21 897 

212 892 
23 97U 

10 399 
20 797 
15 623 
25 292 

20 271 

10 511 
52 991 

11 500 
28 337 
11 186 

21 118 
107 813 

10 651 
58 032 

11 037 

10 076 

19 788 

19 371 

63 855 

11 801 
51 807 

101 181 
17 305 

11 005 

20 197 
56 818 
33 951 
10 250 


1 699 

1 670 

2 068 
919 

1 709 

1 661 
786 

3 637 

1 882 

2 057 

1 735 

676 

1 792 

1 351 
963 

2 160 
2 660 
1 397 
1 521 

1 298 

1 560 

701 

915 

1 529 

1 897 

1 763 
1 193 
1 512 

1 327 

2 600 

3 763 

1 515 

2 118 
■"5 Oil 

2 691 

1 833 

2 012 
6 771 
1 220 

1 733 

2 520 

2 317 
1 867 
1 625 

1 701 

2 295 

2 138 
2 212 

1 913 

2 131 
752 

2 088 

2 312 
1 691 
1 116 

1 661 

3 517 

2 070 
2 067 

905 

1 130 

2 253 

2 776 ii 

1 862 

2 001 j 
1 575 1 

3 738 ' 
825 1 

1 866 1 


CAL 1 FORN 1 A — CONT t NUED 
8ar>;tow 


""983 
''811 
■"310 
I 168 
rilB 

■■113 

'^1 080 

'251 

rl37 

567 

>^ 
J, 529 

1 356 

''107 

I 198 

^>,321 

"^167 

,. 389 

^1 010 
1 169 

''365 

''255 

217 

r ""110 

1 211 

'-138 
''1 510 
''311 
'^615 
''691 

r 198 
1 151 
'121 

r ''121 
1 052 

p691 

117 

58 

''250 

'' 168 

187 

r 99 

1^002 

7 03 

521 

/lis 

pl 012 

';i 07 1 

1 517 
1 551 

r 1'* 

826 

1.212 

r120 
551 

rl 035 

1 068 

"■665 

''898 

39 

r 
993 

^- 
915 

818 

•■l 562 

''889 

r''520 

^ 1" 
1 017 

r 656 
1^123 

r"' 
605 

r 
116 

. 119 
500 
501 

'' 615 


''52 657 

10 780 
96 527 

. 15 891 
171 765 

215 501 

29 385 

112 706 

180 968 

58 830 

33 630 

61 666 

''20 103 

77 776 

11 776 

21 391 
162 557 
79 823 
31 912 
15 62.) 

81 532 
110 881 
127 613 
77 311 
21 751 

179 177 

12 1U3 

67 721 

52 515 
18 276 

112 129 
26 888 
73 616 
71 031 

31 313 

18 151 

71 027 

371 227 

112 821 

68 151 

116 707 
236 305 

32 103 
16 971 
62 157 

176 619 

31 873 
29 691 

102 816 
12 059 

181 612 

10 098 

130 617 

71 163 

'' 59 785 

29 285 
29 781 

50 571 
36 717 

558 lie 

32 236 

1 163 965 
15 181 

51 588 

10 589 

11 115 

''57 218 

62 191 

26 121 
31 710 

112 382 
59 767 

27 913 
53 598 

63 717 

10 512 
75 601 
61 326 
63 783 

52 160 


11 611 
19 150 
15 909 

15 996 
111 268 

3C 817 

12 703 

16 101 
90 155 
21 036 

11 863 

11 757 

10 305 

12 031 
1? 633 

18 666 
71 812 

36 208 

13 336 
18 039 

37 550 
20 121 

32 163 

11 791 
11 913 

82 506 
13 962 
37 616 
16 811 
25 137 

13 163 
11 219 
16 377 

28 137 
11 966 

11 659 
13 790 
133 929 
56 160 
35 913 

81 238 
119 112 

20 752 

10 133 

33 035 

7 2 700 

16 115 

11 192 

29 920 

17 773 

63 390 

25 136 
67 126 

30 111 

21 723 

21 710 
16 058 

22 229 

11 115 
311 166 

19 696 

2 179 016 
51 611 
11 150 
55 951 

11 586 

26 957 

20 068 
15 875 
10 111 

36 565 

27 079 
13 516 
32 097 
22 616 

37 821 
50 669 
22 170 
32 771 
26 561 


2 80 5 

2 097 

2 081 

r 993 


ANDAH:?IA . . 


BELL 


ANN 1 STON 




AUBURN 


BELMONT 


BtSStMEP 


BERKELEY 


BIRMINGHAM 




6 993 

2 313 


CHIC^^^SAW 




CULLMAN 


PUENA PARK 


DCCATUR 

DOTHAN 


BURBANK 

PURLINGAME 


2 007 


EMTEPORISE. 


CAMPBELL t 


2 635 


FAIRFISILD 


CHI CO 


1 179 


fLORt.-JCt 


CHINO 




GADSDEN 


CHULA VISTA 

OLAREMONT 

COLTON 


1 850 
1 170 

1 116 

2 261 
2 205 
2 393 


HOMEWOOD 


HUNTSVILLE 


JASPER 


MOBILE 


CONCORD, , , 


MONTGOMERY 




MOUNTAIN BROOr. 


COPONAOO 


OPELIKA 




2 251 
5 510 

3 969 

1 727 

2 079 


PHENIX CITY 


COVINA , . , 


PR 1 Chard 




SELMA 


DALY CITY 


SHEFFIELD 


PELAND 






TALLADEGA 


DUARTE 


H91 






2 332 

3 121 

1 896 


TUSCALOOSA 


EL CrjTPn , , 




EL CERRITO 




EL MONTE 


10 797 


ANCHORAGE 




1 189 

2 631 
2 092 


FAIRBANKS 






FAIRFIELD 




FOIJTANA 


3 285 




FREMONT. . . . , 






FRESNO .... 


2 791 
2 008 
1 696 


FLAGSTAFF 


FULLERTON , 

GARDENA 

GARDEN GRO^'E 








1 712 






PRESCOTT 


GLENDORA , 


I 516 
1 636 
1 882 


SCOTTSDALE. . . 


HANFORO 




HA^VTHORNE 


TUCSON 






2 130 

1 978 

2 561 
5 157 

679 


ARKANSAS 
BENTON* , , 


HERMOSA BEACH 

HUNTINGTON BEACH 

HUNTINGTON PARK 

IMPERIAL BEACH 




2 865 
1 595 

1 916 

2 126 
2 118 






EL DORADO 




FAYETTEVILLE 


LA MESA, . 




LA PUENTE 


FORREST CITY 


LAWNDALE 








HELENA 




1 855 

2 279 
2 519 
1 622 




LODI ..... 


JACKSONVILLE 






LONG BEACH 




LOS ALTOS. ..... 




LITTLE POCK 


1 637 


MAGNOLIA 






NORTH LITTLE ROCK 


LYN'MIOD 


1 129 


PINE BLUFF 








MANHATTAN BEACH 

MAYWOOD , , , , 


1 196 


TEXARKANA 


761 


WEST MEMPHIS 




1 381 








MILLBRAE 


1 616 




MILL VALLEY 


3 016 








ALBANY 


MONROVIA 


2 207 


ALHAMBRA 






ANAHEIM 


MONTEBELLO , . 


1 670 




MONTEREY 










AZUSA 












BALDWIN PARK 


NATIONAL CITY 






NEWPORT BEACH 


1 975 









Revised. 



1-124 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranl<ed by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 







Sales 


Population 


Per 

capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


State and city 


Sales 


Population 


Per 


state and city 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


CAL 1 FOPN 1 A — CONT 1 NUED 


V. 256 

1 3a3 

^31 

^612 

'566 

32M 

^1 37 1 

^1 510 

^ass 

"^922 

en 

1-653 

_ 1 5110 

1 111 

"•155 

■"1 62H 

''375 
''720 
''2H8 
r ''302 
1 278 

229 

r ''127 

1 11115 

''856 

H6 

,^289 

1 Has 

^^765 
^■251 

"■880 

25 

585 

"■603 

H7 

197 

r 635 

1 587 

161 

' 1 136 

1-236 

75 

■•152 

"■259 

^,125 

!.9a2 

"^295 
120 

1 215 

""290 
■■l 609 
■■l 1H3 

'■3511 
■■l 210 

609 

■■l 1)53 

116 

'■3O6 

106 

^ .53 

'■921 

■•1 25H 

•■ ! 1157 

■■260 

i'i476 

1'797 

■■227 

■"l 000 

160 

■"849 
■■l OHH 


36 378 
110 852 

20 760 
69H 5H5 

55 152 

85 H77 
58 838 
91 7140 
19 907 
IH 17H 

66 037 
153 157 

55 H76 
5H0 561 

51 258 

5H 829 

5 186 
28 381 

172 932 

6 5142 

81 9H6 

H6 288 

113 H76 

"■ 97 8914 

22 671 

121 535 
192 072 

16 886 
39 557 

H63 65H 

100 693 
15 205 

269 23U 
«5 982 

108 705 

■■57 651 

79H 550 

80 219 

1 U75 269 

56 159 

H60 052 

1H2 2H5 

53 790 

19 111 

165 951 

25 795 

101 919 
298 H70 

173 7H8 

109 379 

75 1460 

52 651 
99 676 

205 021 

25 995 

100 667 

7 505 

26 957 
88 882 
2H 882 

H8 H7e 

17 HH2 
209 096 

96 928 
228 80H 

26 788 

55 H81 

25 582 

"■ 16 H19 

108 99H 

67 576 
HI 5H9 

121 858 

52 166 

167 52H 

58 98H 
50 697 


12 922 

88 759 

17 881 
367 5H8 

2H 971 

H6 617 

26 HHH 
HO 255 

20 995 
12 121 

15 H68 

52 287 

27 2H9 
116 1107 

IH 055 

H9 150 
11 117 

19 062 

57 157 

11 057 

12 773 
26 829 
H6 986 
H6 290 

18 567 

71 85H 
8H 332 
15 1176 

15 H21 
191 667 

28 957 
11 58H 
91 922 

29 053 
29 IIH 

21 370 
575 22H 

16 093 
7H0 315 

22 551 

20H 196 
65 962 

20 U37 

15 658 

59 870 

19 687 

20 H60 
100 350 

58 758 
58 680 

25 596 

16 3H2 
20 027 
85 2H9 
15 279 

51 027 
IH 861 
19 555 

53 851 
19 706 

39 H18 
11 163 
85 321 

52 696 
100 991 

11 289 

13 82H 
15 918 

10 898 

60 877 

15 791 
13 295 
50 6H5 
25 750 
33 655 

15 52H 

11 507 


2 815 
1 2H9 
1 161 

1 889 

2 209 

1 85H 

2 225 
2 278 

9He 

1 169 

H 905 

2 929 

1 502 

2 92H 

3 651 

709 
287 

1 H89 

2 575 
591 

6 H16 

1 725 

2 H15 
'' Z 115 

1 221 

1 691 

2 278 

1 091 

2 9H5 
2 H19 

5 H77 

1 513 

2 929 
1 513 
5 7 5H 

■■1 761 
1 386 
H 985 

1 990 

2 H89 

2 253 
2 156 
2 652 

1 599 

2 575 

1 310 
H 981 

2 97H 
2 957 

1 858 

2 870 

1 999 
H 977 

2 H59 
1 752 

5 2HH 
505 
1 592 
1 651 
1 263 

1 2 50 

1 562 

2 H22 

1 852 

2 266 

2 575 

2 567 
1 H81 

■■l 507 

1 790 

H 267 

3 111 

2 H06 

1 2H9 
H 971 

2 883 
2 668 


COLORADO 


r 

1 216 

="579 

■■"115 

159 

21 

"^1 292 
■^H52 

""eim 
"•539 

■■ilSH 

''382 
"■975 

r 1 152 
1 608 

!!l H55 
1 307 

""l 205 

92 

■■550 

r ''366 

1 055 

■■l 587 

r " 

1154 

''535 
35H 

•■l 500 

"•295 

103 

'5115 
•^296 

''lib 
^1 577 

rilH 
'•615 
»■ 15H 

'■301 

''915 

100 

8 

■" I 296 
"■ 1 555 

■■ 1 507 
"■ H55 
' 2'I5 

■•553 
"■'lOb 
r252 


2H 7H0 
57 795 
75 691 
167 H35 
857 090 

22 279 

70 286 

52 U78 
60 725 
66 252 

57 567 

53 110 

121 2H7 

25 H95 

7 52H 

16 H55 
21 725 

25 055 
258 512 

60 005 
83 901 
30 359 

9 35H 

357 259 

59 870 

55 519 

85 517 

21 961 
99 571 

232 303 

85 772 
99 217 

72 191 

10 127 
176 709 

5H 857 
173 139 

HI 200 

35 869 
236 223 

1 H17 703 

22 1H5 
21 132 

IH 201 

58 902 
IIH HIO 

52 966 

78 029 

121 092 

29 392 

58 588 

27 985 

505 058 

80 917 

5H 087 

59 129 

85 H21 

17 508 

61 839 

60 985 
H30 155 

20 2H9 
59 151 
98 950 
57 2H1 
52 570 


19 2H2 
H8 5He 

57 718 
70 19H 

H95 887 

10 530 
55 398 
25 027 

18 69H 
25 31H 

13 670 

11 H89 

91 181 
10 751 
It 353 

10 591 
13 850 

19 819 
156 7H8 

H5 H99 
22 928 

12 132 

10 HI 
162 178 

51 850 
33 250 
HI 662 

19 511 

82 201 
152 0U8 

5^1 182 
67 775 

58 505 

18 190 

92 715 
50 0H5 

107 150 
15 881 

11 HCH 
95 327 

765 956 

12 8H9 

11 273 
10 H67 

19 380 
3H 655 

12 29H 
3H 793 
37 395 
10 775 
12 230 

12 300 

83 6U8 
22 52 5 
25 256 
12 1H7 

29 701 

10 H83 
66 972 
55 257 

201 050 

12 0H9 
33 955 
HI 350 
20 758 

11 172 


1 286 




AURORA 


1 190 




BOULDER 


2 007 


OAKLAND 


COLORADO SPRINGS 


2 585 






ONTARIO 


DURANGO 


2 116 


ORANGE 


ENGLEWOOD 


2 1011 




FORT COLLINS 


2 097 


PACIFICA 


GRAND JUNCTION 


5 2H8 




GREELEY 


2 517 






2 7He 


PALO ALTO 


LONGMONT 


2 882 






1 550 






2 H6S 




THORNTON 


663 


PICO RIVERA 


TRINIDAD 


1 537 


PIEDMONT •• 


WESTMINSTER 

CONNECTICUT 
ANSON 1 A 


1 569 






POMONA 








REDDING •... 


1 26H 




BRIDGEPORT 


1 6H9 




BRISTOL 


1 319 




DANBURY 


3 559 






2 501 






926 


RIVERSIDE 


HARTFORD 


2 079 




MERIDEN 


1 3H8 




MIDDLETOWN 


1 610 






2 053 


SALINAS . 


NAUGATUCK 


1 126 






1 209 




NEW HAVEN 


1 52s 






2 539 


SAN BUENAVENTURA 




1 H6H 


NORWICH 


1 875 




SHELTON 


557 




STAMFORD 


1 906 






1 826 




WATERBURY 


1 616 




WILLIMANTIC 


2 968 




DELAWARE 




SAN LEANDRO 




SAN LUIS ORISPO 

SAN MARINO 






5 1H5 




WILMINGTON 


2 H65 


SAN PABLO 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
WASHINGTON 




SAN RAFAEL 




SANTA ANA 




SANTA BARBARA 






1 856 


SANTA CRUZ 


FLORIDA 
BARTOW 




SANTA FE SPRINGS 

SANTA MARIA 




SANTA MONICA. . . . 


1 725 






1 875 




BOYNTON BEACH 


1 557 


SANTA ROSA, 


BRADENTON 


3 555 


SARATOGA. . . . 


CLEARWATER 


5 502 


SEASIDE 


COCOA 




SOUTH GATE. , 


H 308 




CORAL GABLES 


2 2H3 




DAYTONA BEACH 


3 2 38 


SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 

STANTON . , 




1 078 
•-859 

'1 121 

72 

581 

'625 

■"317 

356 

■■l 137 

■^536 
50 

■"] 353 
■■ 816 
■■ 298 
''383 
"■988 


2 728 


DELRAY BEACH 


3 155 


STOCKTON 


EAU GALLIE 






2 275 


TORRANCE 


FORT LAUDERDALE 


3 623 




3 595 


TRACY , , 


FORT PIERCE 


2 1H2 


TULARE !!!!!!! 


FORT WALTON BEACH 

GAINESVILLE 


5 221 


UPLAND 






2 876 




HALLANDALE 


1 651 






925 




HOLLYWOOD 


1 751 


WATSONVI LLE 


JACKSONVILLE 


2 IHO 


WEST COVINA 


JACKSONVILLE BEACH 

KEY WEST 




WESTMINSTER 


1 681 


WHITT 1 ER 


1 153 






2 395 


WOODLAND 


LAKE WORTH 


1 79H 


YUBA CITY 


LEESBURG 


2 897 









' Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-125 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



State and city 



Sales 



Ranli 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



» 



I 



FLOR I DA — com I NUED 

MELBOURNE 

UtAM) 

MIAMI BEACH 

MIAMI SPRINGS 

NORTH MIAMI 

NORTH MIAMI BEACH . . . . 

OCALA . . .■ 

ORLANDO 

PALATKA 

PANAMA CITY 

PENSACOLA 

PINELLAS PARK 

PLANT CITY 

POMPANO BEACH 

RIVIERA BEACH 

ST. AUGUSTINE 

ST. PETERSBURG 

SANFORD 

SARASOTA 

TALLAHASSEE 

TAMPA 

WEST PALM BEACH 

WINTER HAVEN 

WINTER PARK 

GEORGIA 

ALBANY 

AMEPICUS 

ATHENS 

ATLANTA 

AUGUSTA 

BAINBRIDGE 

BRUNSWICK 

CARROLLTON 

COLLEGE PARK 

COLUMBUS 

CORDELE 

DALTON 

DECATUR 

DUBLIN 

EAST POINT 

FOREST PARK 

GAINESVILLE 

GRIFFIN 

HAPEVILLE 

LA GRANGE 

MACON 

MARIETTA 

MILLEDGEVlLLt 

MOULTRIE 

NEWNAN 

NORTH ATLANTA 

ROME 

SAVANNAH 

SMYRNA 

THOMASVILLE 

VALDOSTA 

WARNER ROBINS 

WAYCROSS 

HAWAI I 

HILO 

HONOLULU 

IDAHO 

ALAMEDA 

BOISE CITY 

CALDWELL 

COEUR D'ALENE 

IDAHO FALLS 

LEWISTON 

MOSCOW 

NAMPA 

POCATELLO 

TWIN FALLS 

Revised, 



666 
33 

177 

"■l 523 
■■838 

?«' 
■^178 

76 

"■l 13U 
''ill 

r ^"^ 
1 5114 

""980 

r "' 
1 389 

■■l 091 

r " 
962 

■■27 3 

'3U7 

""1112 
•■658 
■■813 
821 



'"318 

"■l 209 

■■511 

15 

189 

"■l <I39 
"■69 5 

"■l 3U2 

■■l "130 

""128 

""l 33"4 
''7 18 
"■1)87 

■■l lUU 
''636 

■■l 112 
"■586 
■■817 

"■l 377 
''976 

"^382 

"■l 108 

''977 

"■l 189 

■■l 6U3 

"■mso 

■■129 
n 311 
n 02U 

''669 

''l 1'I5 

■"867 



*757 
10 



SO 600 
651 770 

151 550 
13 332 
39 161 

57 758 

67 013 

286 721 

27 108 
77 181 

116 528 
13 863 

32 761 
81 859 
19 010 

28 895 
315 993 

33 751 
105 117 

86 711 

152 819 
177 189 

50 929 
10 867 



93 918 

21 915 

63 255 

1 015 750 

116 250 

17 161 

18 023 

20 791 
17 181 

191 211 

21 105 

16 318 
66 Oil 
27 131 
53 020 

17 127 
57 200 
10 693 

19 501 
33 035 

""iSI 380 

80 671 

18 160 
32 919 
25 716 

2 336 

66 705 

- 190 503 

21 597 

31 509 

50 103 
27 118 
38 320 



11 225 
507 522 



''l 611 


6 986 


''278 


103 600 


'37 3 


36 081 


■■l 087 


29 137 


■■369 


82 897 


'622 


51 101 


'l 158 


26 591 


■■897 


36 757 


•■560 


59 506 


=■519 


60 101 



11 982 
291 688 
63 115 
11 229 
28 708 

21 105 
13 596 
88 135 
11 028 
33 275 

56 752 

10 818 
15 711 

15 992 
13 016 

11 731 
181 298 

19 175 
31 083 
18 171 

271 970 
56 208 

16 277 

17 162 



55 890 
13 172 

31 355 
187 155 

70 626 

12 711 

21 703 
10 973 
23 169 

116 779 

10 609 

17 868 

22 026 

13 611 
35 633 

11 201 
16 523 
21 735 

10 082 

23 632 

69 761 

25 565 

11 117 
15 761 

12 169 

12 661 

32 226 

119 215 

10 157 

18 216 

30 652 
18 633 
20 911 



25 966 

291 191 



10 


660 


51 


977 


12 


230 


11 


291 


33 


161 


12 


691 


11 


183 


18 


013 


28 


531 


20 


126 



1 223 

2 215 
2 lie 
1 167 

1 375 

2 698 

1 930 

3 253 

2 185 
2 319 

2 053 

1 278 

2 085 
5 306 
1 159 

1 961 
1 713 
1 760 

3 085 
1 801 

1 617 
3 152 
3 129 

2 381 



1 681 

1 852 

2 017 
2 081 
2 071 

1 350 

2 213 
1 895 

715 
1 637 

1 989 

2 592 

2 998 
1 961 
1 186 

1 206 

3 162 
1 872 
1 931 
1 398 

''2 613 

3 155 

1 661 

2 090 
2 116 

185 
2 070 

1 276 

2 126 
1 727 

1 611 
1 155 
1 630 



1 703 
1 725 



655 
005 
111 
039 

500 

263 
378 
Oil 
085 
986 



ILLINOIS 

ALTON 

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS. . 

AURORA 

BELLEVILLE 

BELLWOOD 

BELVIDERE 

BERWYN 

BLOOMINGTON 

BLUE ISLAND 

BROOKFIELD 

CAHOKIA 

CALUMET CITY . . . . 

CANTON 

CARBONDALE 

CARPENTERSVILLE. . . 

CENTRALIA 

CENTREVILLE 

CHAMPAIGN 

CHARLESTON 

CHICAGO 

CHICAGO HEIGHTS. . . 

CICERO 

COLLINSVILLE .... 

DANVILLE 

DECATUR 

DEERFIELD 

DE KALB 

DES PLAINES 

DIXON 

DOLTON 

DOWNERS GROVE. . . . 

EAST MOLINE 

EAST PEORIA 

EAST ST. LOUIS . . . 
ELGIN 

ELMHURST 

ELMWOOD PARK .... 

EVANSTUN 

EVERGREEN PARK . . . 
FOREST PARK 

FRANKLIN PARK. . . . 

FREtPORT 

GALESBURG 

GLENCOE 

GLEN ELLYN 

GLENVIEW 

GRANITE CITY .... 

HARVEY 

HIGHLAND PARK. . . . 
HINSDALE 

HOMEWOOD 

JACKSONVILLE .... 

JOLIET 

KANKAKEE 

KEWANEE 

LA GRANGE 

LA GRANGE PARK . . . 

LAKE FOREST 

LANSING 

LA SALLE 

LINCOLN 

LINCOLNWOOD 

LOMBARD 

MACOMB 

MARION 

MARKHAM 

MATTOON 

MAYWOOD 

MELROSE PARK .... 
MOLINE 

MONMOUTH 

MORTON GROVE .... 
MOUNT PROSPECT . . . 
MOUNT VERNON .... 

MUNDELEIN 

NAPERVILLE 

NILES 

NORMAL 



116 

"^226 

"■lOB 

■■l 196 

■"1 330 

281 

''350 

"■629 

■•1 267 

■■l 605 

■■l 118 

■"1 106 

"•l 026 

■"1 107 

''1 Oil 

""1 611 

''265 

■^1 128 

2 

'"336 
329 

"■861 

''313 

169 

n 563 
''822 

."■soi 

"■i 079 

■"1 186 

''7 13 

''1 280 

"•l 531 

'■233 

'■317 

■■118 

■"919 

185 

■"507 

■■l 108 

''1 128 
■■751 
'"173 

"■l 621 
•"979 

ri 159 
■"611 
''538 
■■591 

■"l 150 

"■l 131 
"■761 
^182 

968 

■■596 
"■l 623 
"■l 270 
"■l 285 
''1 117 

■"l 061 

"■l 171 

■"I 210 

""l 013 

■"l 268 

''1 113 
■•776 
■'821 
■■661 
"■271 

"'1 338 
•■850 
■"115 
■"829 

1 317 
■^20 
'368 

'1 585 



71 118 

62 212 

122 028 

77 715 

11 885 

21 181 
102 997 

66 150 

55 797 

22 997 

7 725 

16 610 

28 591 
31 160 
18 175 

30 797 
1 388 

108 001 

17 198 
630 939 

68 671 

69 858 
38 501 
95 031 

161 250 

11 019 

10 333 
61 192 

29 386 

15 336 

16 561 
22 638 

12 815 
120 668 

91 032 

75 351 

31 195 
lie 757 

63 113 

28 177 

17 198 

11 329 

67 757 
6 651 

32 769 

26 562 
52 613 
60 809 

56 735 
26 920 

17 105 

11 067 
150 626 

82 687 

33 603 

56 171 

6 621 

22 920 

22 179 

26 100 

29 973 
26 212 

21 050 
31 636 

22 967 

17 106 

12 989 
10 382 
50 625 

105 009 

21 015 

38 959 
71 633 

39 878 
20 651 
35 517 
63 213 

9 673 



13 017 
27 878 
63 715 
37 261 
20 729 

11 223 

51 221 

36 271 

19 616 

20 129 

15 829 

25 000 
13 586 

11 670 

17 121 

13 901 

12 769 
19 58 3 

10 505 
3 550 101 

31 331 

69 130 

11 217 
11 856 
76 001 

11 766 

18 186 
31 666 

19 565 

18 716 

21 151 

16 732 

12 310 
61 712 

19 117 

36 991 
23 866 

79 283 

21 178 

11 152 

18 322 

26 626 

37 213 
10 172 

15 972 

18 132 

10 073 

29 071 

25 532 

12 859 

13 371 

21 690 
66 780 

27 666 

16 321 

15 285 
13 793 

10 687 

18 098 

11 897 

16 890 

11 711 

22 561 

12 135 
11 271 

11 701 

19 068 
27 330 
22 291 

12 705 

10 372 

20 533 
18 906 
15 566 
10 526 

12 933 
20 393 

13 357 



1 652 

2 232 

1 915 

2 086 
717 

1 887 

1 899 

2 383 
2 712 

1 126 

186 
661 

2 101 
2 115 
1 060 



215 
109 
178 
666 
586 

583 

300 
708 
770 
067 



937 
2 162 
1 810 

1 502 
818 

2 201 
1 353 

1 013 
1 177 

1 902 

2 037 
1 133 

1 876 

2 621 
1 970 

955 
1 665 

1 619 
635 

2 052 



166 
313 
092 
222 
093 

302 
032 
256 
989 
059 



3 695 

160 

2 115 

1 212 

2 362 

1 775 

2 235 

1 066 

2 621 
2 039 

1 162 

2 252 

1 178 

2 271 
2 159 



2 029 

1 897 

3 769 

2 562 

1 962 

2 716 
1 080 

721 



1-126 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of SaleSn963-Continued 





Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


State and city 


Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


state and city 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


ILLINOIS— CONTINUEID 
NORRIDGE. . , , . 


■■l 033 
■■l 382 
"■l 592 
■■l 600 
1-325 

171 

1-771 

I-l 097 

1-879 

"-631 

■-721 
1-110 

"■l 581 
1-377 

"l 263 

■-1 550 

1-967 

"■l 518 

"^111 

■-1 531 

r '''^' 
■^1 590 

96 

1-828 

1-959 

■"l 610 

■"l 076 

""1 195 

215 

■■l 565 

"■l 556 

"■812 

1-683 

1-918 

"■1 322 

l"! Ill 

266 

1-991 

1-1 612 

1-503 

1-170 

"■l 197 
1-969 
1-569 

1^1 112 

■-U1 

r 70 

■■1 062 

91 

1-929 

1-111 

1-896 

"■l 395 

"■l 016 

19 

1-796 
"■339 

"■soa 
■■703 

1-1 503 

'-7 15 

1-1 133 

■■383 

--527 

i-iso 

1-225 
■-1 172 

''ban 

■•769 
■■1 221 

■-1 633 
1-330 

1-1 .056 

■'911 

105 


31 177 
19 285 

8 793 

8 001 
91 531 

157 259 
13 097 

28 710 
37 675 
53 536 

J. 16 262 
220 128 

9 832 
81 530 
23 235 

11 900 

32 111 

11 922 
262 212 

71 682 

12 712 
173 871 

9 117 

211 212 

39 905 

33 886 
7 116 

29 512 
25 552 

128 507 

11 016 
11 550 
39 266 
18 832 

31 225 

21 318 
16 893 

106 511 

32 227 
2 511 

63 979 

67 985 

25 528 

33 115 
57 069 
79 013 
16 319 

J.219 556 
511 611 

30 012 
258 525 

35 062 

177 103 

36 761 

16 687 
30 657 

916 535 

11 137 
86 303 
96 389 

17 275 
11 182 

16 527 
27 165 

60 653 

61 666 
70 196 

122 103 
15 683 
57 121 

13 397 
21 566 

5 112 
■■ 69 526 

30 32 3 

31 179 
229 511 


11 087 

11 635 
22 938 

12 318 

27 171 

61 093 

19 108 

11 501 
29 993 

32 659 

28 116 
103 162 

10 160 

13 793 
22 116 

12 006 

12 695 
10 261 

126 706 
51 863 

10 879 
59 361 
10 112 
63 271 

15 666 

16 668 
10 371 
27 291 

20 391 
55 719 

16 092 

10 638 

21 312 
26 266 

13 366 

11 691 
11 911 

19 061 
13 021 

10 973 
31 357 

20 776 

17 695 

11 231 
57 669 

10 271 

11 793 

111 513 
161 776 

15 302 
178 320 

13 716 

HI 698 

16 281 
16 680 

16 185 
176 256 

19 522 

17 197 

12 330 

21 157 
10 103 

21 106 
10 188 
37 851 

36 653 

33 361 

66 603 

10 313 

37 812 

20 319 

21 153 

11 822 
11 119 
11 629 
11 317 

132 115 


2 213 

1 657 
363 
650 

3 332 

2 571 
2 221 
2 198 
1 256 
1 639 

1 611 

"^2 151 

910 

1 862 

1 051 

991 

2 556 

1 162 

2 069 
1 386 

1 171 

2 929 
879 

2 933 
2 511 

2 009 

715 

1 082 

1 253 

2 306 

609 
1 066 
1 615 

1 727 

2 560 

1 626 

1 115 

2 172 

2 171 
229 

2 010 

3 271 

1 192 

2 350 
990 

1 963 
1 553 

1 551 
1 915 
1 961 

1 150 

2 557 

1 566 

2 256 
1 Oil 
1 891 

1 921 

2 123 

1 671 

2 277 
2 231 

1 133 

2 201 
2 621 
2 131 

1 686 

2 113 

1 780 
1 521 

1 519 

2 133 

1 700 

r. "52 

■^2 026 

2 606 
1 991 
1 733 


INDIANA—CONTINUED 
TERRE HAUTE 


1-113 

1-815 

1-732 

■■l 200 

■■l 291 

■■1 326 

■■786 
;;i 515 

1 27 1 
r ■'609 

1 59 

■■119 
■■516 
1-171 
■-175 
60 

;;3i6 

■^1 351 

,. ■'560 

1 255 

1-1 538 
■-718 
■-525 
1-905 

■■l 013 

■■l 135 

1-619 

181 

1-217 

■■l 520 

■■l 202 

■■l 398 

■,1 136 

1 107 

■■916 

■•l 275 
■-917 

■"l 060 
■-671 

■■l 096 

1-112 

■"1 286 

■■l 039 

■-192 

■-711 

■-953 
^951 
820 
1 221 
1 359 

1-1 217 
1-1 309 
■"l 101 
1-1 180 
1-353 

■■131 

51 

""l 100 

''518 
■-56I 

. '■^^ 
■^1 626 

■-985 

'-1 157 

"-901 

1-692 

■-158 

31 

U 008 

",1 167 

1 375 

■"598 

■•376 


176 910 

10 739 

15 172 
25 263 
22 188 

21 212 

12 312 

13 777 

22 873 

55 761 
30 222 

171 129 

60 110 
67 669 

155 212 
363 911 

86 750 

58 365 

20 163 
57 775 

23 563 

12 577 

11 157 

61 999 
36 308 

30 737 

27 317 
51 661 

119 121 
111 155 

13 373 

25 091 
18 765 
17 312 

26 513 

35 613 

22 623 

31 291 
30 180 

36 068 
26 807 

71 823 
22 399 

30 880 
111 732 

11 687 

31 Oil 

31 079 
10 129 

21 176 

20 165 

21 653 
21 710 

28 622 
26 020 
85 626 

163 119 
117 587 

16 678 

62 667 

59 091 
91 203 

6 167 

32 618 

26 612 
36 310 

18 255 
168 925 
621 818 

31 932 
26 369 

19 577 

56 362 
81 781 


72 500 
2 675 
18 016 
12 621 

10 616 
12 680 

27 003 

11 531 

12 168 

32 130 

21 195 

92 035 

33 589 

55 611 
86 981 

208 982 

56 606 

28 399 

15 217 
33 113 

16 316 

10 882 

22 521 

30 612 
20 997 

15 361 

11 053 
33 671 
89 159 
71 755 
11 919 

11 262 

12 529 

10 619 

17 382 

13 520 

12 523 

18 190 

11 811 

16 670 
11 917 

37 571 
11 222 
16 700 
121 901 
32 658 

22 052 

13 813 
22 993 
11 877 
10 987 

10 673 
13 929 
18 678 
25 356 
13 202 

119 161 
251 696 

11 117 

31 283 
28 338 

60 376 

11 896 
16 365 

IC 069 
16 692 
10 165 
62 810 
390 639 

13 110 
10 762 

12 607 
30 070 
12 171 


2 110 






2 675 






2 520 






2 002 


OAK LAWN 


WASHINGTON 


2 016 




WEST LAFAYETTE 

IOWA 
AMES 


1 675 






PALATINE 




PARK FOREST 




PARK RIDGE 


1 568 






1 191 


PEK IN 


BOONE 


1 635 






I 719 


PERU 


GEDAR FALLS 


1 126 










1 895 




CLINTON 


1 790 


RIVERDALE 


COUNCIL BLUFFS 


1 216 




1 715 


ROCK FALLS 


DES MOINES 


1 712 


ROCKFORD 


DUBUQUE 




ROCK 1 SLAND . 


I 533 






2 055 






1 312 






1 726 




KEOKUK 


1 111 




MARION 




STERLING 


1 156 




MARSHALLTOWN 


1 971 






2 023 




MUSCATINE 


1 729 






1 998 










2 171 






1 531 






1 673 






1 591 


WHEATON 


WEST DES MOINES 

KANSAS 
ARKANSAS CITY 


1 119 






WINNETKA 










1 759 




ATCHISON 


1 199 






1 596 


INDIANA 




1 610 




2 636 


ANDERSON 


EL DORADO 






1 822 




EMPORIA 


1 885 




GARDEN CITY T— .- 


2 555 




GREAT BEND 


2 281 






2 111 




HUTCHINSON 






1 912 




INDEPENDENCE 


1 996 




JUNCTION CITY 


1 651 




KANSAS CITY 


1 187 




LAWRENCE 


1 360 




LEAVENWORTH 






1 511 




LIBERAL 


2 167 




MANHATTAN 


1 756 


* 


NEWTON 


1 615 


GOSHEN. ....><• 


OLATHE 


1 635 




OTTAWA 










PARSONS 


1 569 




PITTSBURG 


1 532 




PRAIRIE VILLAGE 


1 026 




1 987 


JEFFERSONVILLE 


TOPEKA 






1 536 




WICHITA 


1 610 




W INFIELD 


1 680 




KENTUCKY 
ASHLAND 




LOGANSPORT, ,■ 










2 003 




BOWLING GREEN 


2 085 




COVINGTON 


1 511 






111 




FRANKFORT 


1 776 


MUNGIC 


GLASGOW 






2 616 




HENDERSON 


2 150 




HOPKINSVILLE 


2 179 




LEXINGTON 


2 689 


* ••••••••■•••• 


LOUISVILLE 


1 600 




MADISONVILLE 


2 136 




MAYFIELD 


2 150 




MIDDLESBOROUGH 

NEWPORT 


1 553 




I 671 


SOUTH BEND 


OWENSBORO 


1 926 



'sales total for part rn La Salle County only. Ttitee eslablishmenls are rn Livingston County, wrih sales ligure withheld, ''Rei/ised, 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1127 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 





Sales 




Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


, __ .. 

State and city 


Sales 


Population 


Per 


state and city 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Population 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


KENTUCKY — CONTINUED 


r"393 

rl 227 

1 005 

1 291 

' 1 «15 

r 357 

1 302 

r " 

1 im 

"^900 

1 339 

1 M85 

^795 

^1 235 

,'628 

"^1 306 

"^1 622 

'312 

"^291 

■"l 383 

'■251 

"■l 161 

''l 101 

reii 

"^990 

"■ 1 281 

89 

"■l 513 

1 1 036 
1 363 

J9n 

^^830 

,'358 

1 197 

'l 031 

>^ 

r 171 

,1 231 

,1 601 

1 261 

,'-785 
1 170 

'162 

r •> 

11 216 

1 228 

"^312 
■■670 
"■119 
"'179 
1 516 

'^666 
616 

r 12 

201 

96 

l681 

561 

1 001 

209 

391 

"■l 136 

"■875 

^123 

^370 

311 


79 091 

21 135 
32 021 

22 288 

18 173 
85 273 
21 958 

281 226 
26 301 

36 581 
21 021 

15 396 
11 519 
21 195 

53 613 

21 850 

6 639 
95 119 

100 112 

19 219 

110 981 

26 551 

16 650 
39 327 

600 818 
32 266 

22 161 
259 616 

13 891 

31 061 

20 115 

36 079 
39 651 
85 091 

11 816 

31 353 

62 758 
155 191 

21 201 

7 921 

22 560 

12 316 

15 776 

69 129 
1 316 915 

23 936 
21 118 
71 631 

61 960 
87 510 

50 391 
71 717 
66 715 

13 772 

37 368 

51 918 
1 239 952 

135 553 
237 917 

16 659 
59 152 

32 035 
132 111 

79 015 

27 311 

38 016 
73 237 
82 727 

111 693 


31 179 
12 166 
15 155 
10 187 

10 111 

10 279 
15 193 

152 119 
21 123 

32 776 
15 617 

11 326 

21 967 

10 563 

22 561 

11 687 
17 037 
50 312 
63 392 

12 765 
52 219 

13 510 
13 921 
29 062 

627 525 

17 117 
13 991 

161 372 

11 129 

13 103 

15 215 

21 119 

21 680 
38 912 
10 717 
19 255 

10 601 
72 566 

12 666 
10 515 

22 768 

18 695 

13 820 

23 385 
939 021 

12 239 

16 162 

33 115 

21 711 
36 660 

15 168 

26 090 

16 302 
16 799 

27 lie 
36 108 

697 197 

72 813 

107 716 

33 719 
61 553 

13 511 
99 912 
13 021 

19 036 
25 789 
16 316 
52 669 
70 933 


2 291 
2 008 
2 113 
2 166 

1 715 

2 117 
1 115 
1 865 
1 321 

1 116 
1 316 
1 359 

1 690 

2 291 

2 387 

1 838 
390 

2 351 
1 581 

1 506 

2 125 
1 961 
1 339 
1 353 

1 276 
1 853 
1 607 
1 579 

1 216 

2 317 
1 322 

1 176 
• 1 838 

2 187 
1 382 
1 626 

1 536 

2 113 

1 676 
751 
990 

2 265 

1 112 

2 956 
1 102 
1 956 

1 321 

2 111 

2 850 

2 388 

3 322 
2 865 
1 091 

820 

1 378 
1 136 
1 778 

1 662 

2 209 

1 112 

966 

736 

1 325 

1 837 

1 136 
1 175 
1 580 
1 570 
1 620 


MASSACHUSETTS— CONTINUED 


^1 57 

196 

208 

^«23 

"^1 115 

285 

1 250 

199 

1 298 

^235 

^901 
J 656 
^392 
^263 
"^178 

''640 

396 

^373 

r ■'S 
667 

^275 

'792 

''737 

^71 

,^728 
1 217 

l.''878 

1 063 

188 

,'236 

1311 

175 

""l 36 5 

^•262 

'l 169 
^■996 


30 291 

112 299 

132 962 

73 776 

28 201 

101 916 
23 721 
110 651 

22 031 
119 709 

36 562 
50 981 
79 095 

108 211 
153 756 

52 697 

78 777 
62 585 

281 221 
50 539 

101 955 
11 632 
15 031 

311 156 

15 611 

23 927 

37 867 

30 010 
116 367 

119 119 
91 601 
67 667 

20 007 

108 508 

26 328 

32 219 
■^21 916 
225 625 

2 303 323 

72 019 
5 195 

21 626 

21 522 

31 621 

"■76 606 

389 690 

17 292 

23 133 

322 538 

22 253 

11 695 
21 397 
52 337 

69 190 

33 925 

79 958 
56 278 

27 769 

16 561 

109 970 
171 511 
270 111 

112 030 

113 107 

33 206 

29 815 
7 619 

12 191 
59 771 

19 111 

73 388 
33 111 
87 021 

28 715 

30 lis 
"■ll 162 

39 776 
"■165 512 


27 929 
92 107 

91 178 
57 676 

18 819 

61 971 

29 619 
102 177 

11 001 

92 381 

19 905 

30 056 
32 202 
57 679 
87 109 

10 060 
39 211 
91 697 

171 163 

11 132 

55 113 
26 302 

31 211 
186 587 

20 317 

12 719 

37 191 
11 662 
67 310 

11 169 
53 601 
19 136 
23 275 
25 525 

10 112 

10 161 

11 795 
112 007 

1 670 111 

15 756 

10 921 

30 198 

17 328 
15 391 

31 317 
196 910 

38 017 

11 066 
177 313 

12 172 
15 157 

18 560 
31 137 

19 995 

25 651 

38 063 

21 777 

39 097 

10 265 

50 720 
62 089 
107 807 
53 933 
66 702 

33 313 
19 621 

13 069 

11 289 
27 779 

22 968 
21 016 
11 675 

16 165 
19 552 

13 R12 
36 632 

17 006 
82 233 


1 065 


RICHMOND , , 


LOWELL 


1 515 


SHtV£LY 


LYNN 


1 107 






1 279 




MARLBOROUGH 


1 199 






1 569 




MELROSE 


801 


ABBEVILLE. . . 


NEW BEDFORD . . 


1 373 


ALEXANDRIA 


NEWBURYPORT 


1 573 


BASTROP 


NEWTON 


1 296 




NORTH ADAMS 




BOGALUSA 


1 837 






1 696 


BOSSIER CITY 


PEABODY 


2 156 






1 870 


EUNICE 


QUINCY . . . .... 


1 759 


GRETNA 


REVERE , , .... 




HAMMOND 


1 315 




SALEM 


2 009 


HOUMA 


SOMLRVI LLE 


672 


JENNINGS 


SPRINGFIELD 


1 629 


KENNER 


TAUNTON 


1 228 




WALTHAM 




LAKE CHARLES 


1 891 




WESTFIELD 


1 563 


MINDEN 




1 113 






1 666 




MICHIGAN 
ADR 1 AN 




NATCHITOCHES 










2 212 


OPELOUSAS 






RUSTON 


ALLEN PARK , , , 


1 010 


SHREVEPORT 






SULPHUR 




2 171 


THIBODAUX 




2 701 


WEST MONROE 


BAY CITY 


1 765 






3 536 




BERKLEY 


^ 860 


MAINE 




"■l 251 






2 601 


AUGUSTA 


CENTER LINE 


3 170 


BANGOR 




*1 30 3 
109 

r 139 
,1 632 
ll 220 
1.1 222 
1 021 

'113 

.'- 
1 257 

68 
r 

r 1 293 

rl 195 

1,320 

,616 

331 

.^58 

^387 

600 

,1 128 

1 103 

^257 
156 
r 83 
'252 
"^219 

,'9V2 
1 066 

,1 607 
1 511 
■•555 

^679 
,127 
,970 
, 311 
1 100 

"■l 061 

"•80 3 

■•831 

162 




BATH 




2 016 








LEWISTON 








EAST GRAND RAPIDS 








SACO 




1 115 


SOUTH PORTLAND 




2 055 


WATERVILLE 




^2 150 


WESTBROOK 


FLINT 


1 979 




GARDEN 


1 211 






2 118 




GRAND RAPIDS 


1 819 




GROSSE POINTE FARMS 

GROSSE POINTE PARK 

GROSSE POINTE WOODS 




BALTIMORE 


961 






COLLEGE PARK 


1 533 


CUMBERLAND 




1 176 






1 321 






2 101 




HOLLAND 


2 271 


ROCKVILLE 


INKSTER . , 


710 






1 806 










2 168 






2 089 


MASSACHUSETTS 


LANSING 


2 506 






2 077 


ATTLEBORO 




1 700 


BEVERLY 


MADISON HEIGHTS 








BROCKTON 






melvindale 


562 






1 080 








CHICOPEE 






EVERETT 


2 153 


FALL RIVER 


MOUMT CLEMENS 


3 192 












1 672 


GARDNER 


muskegon heights 

niles 


1 169 


GLOUCESTER 


2 176 


HAVERHILL 




■■ 1 121 








LAWRENCE 


PONT 1 AC 


''2 013 



Revised. 



1-128 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



State and city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,0001 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



Ml CH I GAN — CONT I NUED 

PORT HURON 

RIVER ROUGE 

ROSEVILLE 

ROYAL OAK 

SAGINAW 

ST. CLAIR SHORES 

ST, JOSEPH 

SAULT STE. MARIE 

SOUTHFIELD 

SOUTHGATE 

TRAVERSE 

TRENTON 

TROY 

WARREN 

WAYNE 

WYANDOTTE 

WYOMING 

YPSILANTI 

MINNESOTA 

ALBERT LEA 

ANOKA 

AUSTIN 

BLOOMINGTON 

BRAINERD 

BROOKLYN CENTER 

BROOKLYN PARK 

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS 

COON RAPIDS 

CRYSTAL 

DULUTH 

EDINA 

FARIBAULT 

FERGUS FALLS 

FRIDLEY 

GOLDEN VALLEY 

HIBBING 

HOPKINS 

MANKATO 

MAPLEWOOD 

MINNEAPOLIS 

MINNETONKA 

MOORHEAD 

NEW ULM 

OWATONNA 

RED WING 

RICHFIELD 

R0B3INSDALE 

ROCHESTER 

ROSEVILLE 

ST. CLOUD 

ST. LOUIS PARK 

ST. PAUL 

SOUTH ST. PAUL 

VIRGINIA 

WEST ST. PAUL 

WHITE BEAR LAKE 

WILLMAR 

WINONA 

Ml SSI GSIPPI 

BILOXI 

CLARKSDALE 

CLEVELAND 

COLUMBUS 

CORINTH 

GREENVILLE 

GREENWOOD 

GULFPORT 

HATTltSeURG 

JACKSON 

LAUREL 

HC COMB 

MERIDIAN 

NATCHE7. 

PASCAGOULA 

TUPELO 

VICKSOURG 

YAZOO CITY 

^Sales total tor part in Scolt County only 



"■1431 
1 U87 
''568 
■'200 
176 



"^1 "4111 
"■l 138 

■"asu 

''601 
"■l 560 

20 

"■l 628 

"•370 

"■l 317 

"■l 232 

''l 3119 

''756 

''l 537 

"^931 

16 1 

H3 

"■l 225 

''l 112 

"■l 260 

"■l U50 

""l 160 

''701 



788 
"■92 5 

"■l 172 
''806 

"■l 208 

'"5U7 
"■711 
■■531 

"■507 

ine 



■■70 5 
1 171 

■"729 
■■930 

"■686 

■'72U 

"■l 2U2 



73 113 

15 298 

58 690 

1140 250 

155 OMO 



■^1486 


66 


0148 


1 289 


22 


3111 


''1 088 


29 


127 


190 


1145 


141414 


"■626 


53 


9214 


r """' 


53 


892 


"^1 366 


20 


006 


1 U2U 


17 


673 


213 


128 


708 


''577 


57 


818 


''5142 


60 


1466 


''1402 


78 


310 


''607 


55 


887 





''927 


35 


137 


17 108 




170 


26 


301 


10 562 




'787 


142 


2115 


27 908 




''1482 


66 


1164 


50 1198 


1' 


082 


29 


365 


12 898 


'' 


152 


26 


851 


2l| 356 


' 


582 


9 


SOM 


10 197 


' 


1413 


18 


22 3 


17 533 


'1 


59 3 


8 


6143 


114 931 


' 1 


00 1 


32 


1147 


211 283 




170 


158 


529 


106 88I4 






65 


502 


28 501 


' 1 


1146 


27 


0146 


16 926 


' 1 


259 


23 


368 


13 733 


' 1 


1478 


15 


589 


15 173 



18 185 

25 789 

37 14614 
''56 267 

11 307 

860 590 

5 711 

38 2(^5 
''21 508 

214 259 

20 609 

1414 282 

12 680 
"■91 755 

311 921 

86 1417 

69 1497 

1489 072 

211 M66 

28 361 

2 3 3140 

'' 16 571 

26 559 
147 500 



12 018 

35 358 

26 280 

'11 081 

211 965 

60 316 
l|6 651 

61 315 
63 14143 

225 908 

147 1214 

26 2914 

72 0614 

l|5 56C 

314 96n 



36 


0811 


18 


1147 


50 


195 


80 


612 


98 


265 


76 


657 


11 


755 


18 


722 


31 


501 


29 


14014 


18 


1132 


18 


1439 


19 


382 


89 


2146 


16 


0314 


143 


519 


115 


829 


20 


957 



114 559 

17 731 
11 370 
23 797 

18 519 

1482 872 
25 037 

22 9514 

11 1114 
13 1409 

10 528 

112 523 

16 381 

140 663 

23 997 

33 815 

13 310 

313 111 

22 032 

HI 0514 

13 101 

12 819 
10 1417 
214 895 



1414 053 

21 105 

10 172 
214 771 

11 1153 

m 502 
20 1436 

30 2014 

31 989 
111 122 

27 889 

12 020 
19 371 
23 791 
17 155 



18 


512 


17 


221 


16 


1014 


29 


115 


21) 


031 


11 


236 



2 026 

813 

1 169 

''1 710 
1 578 

862 
1 898 
1 556 
1 617 

1 831 

2 921 
1 085 

912 
1 112 

3 606 

1 389 

1 709 

2 667 



2 051 
2 190 
1 511 

1 316 

2 277 

1 102 
961 

1 39 
579 

1 321 

1 181 

2 298 
1 598 
1 702 
1 027 

1 219 

1 151 
^3 295 

2 361 
611 

1 782 

228 

1 666 

''1 935 

1 809 

1 958 

1 Oil 

r "" 

2 256 

1 155 



2 


556 


1 


605 


1 


560 


1 


110 


2 


021 


1 


782 


1 


290 


2 


650 


1 


908 




951 


1 


675 


2 


581 


1 


658 


2 


180 


1 


153 


2 


283 


2 


030 


1 


813 


1 


561 


1 


690 


t 


188 


1 


160 


1 


915 


2 


C38 


2 


617 


1 


582 


2 


139 



MISSOURI 

BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS. 

BERKELEY 

BRENTWOOD 

CAPE GIRARDEAU 

CARTHAGE 



CLAYTON. . 
COLUMBIA . 
CRESTWOOD. 
FERGUSON . 
FLORISSANT 



FULTON .... 
GLADSTONE. . . 
HANNIBAL . . . 
INDEPENDENCE . 
JEFFERSON CITY 



JENNINGS . . 
JOPLIN . . . 
KANSAS CITY. 
KIRKSVILLE . 
KIRKWOOD . . 



MAPLEWOOD. . 
MEXICO . . . 
MOBERLY. . . 
OVERLAND . . 
POPLAR BLUFF 



PAYTOWN 

RICHMOND HEIGHTS 

ROLLA 

ST. ANN 

ST. CHARLES. . . 



ST. JOSEPH . . . 
ST. LOUIS. . . . 

SEDALIA 

SIKESTON^. . . . 
SPRINGFIELD. . . 

UNIVERSITY CITY. 
WEBSTER GROVES , 



ANACONDA . . 
9ILLINGS . . 
BOZEMAN. . . 
BUTTE. . . . 
GREAT FALLS. 



HAVRE. . . 
HELENA . . 
KALISPELL. 
MISSOULA . 



BLATRICE , . 
COLUMBUS . . 
FREMONT. . . 
GRAND ISLAND 
HASTINGS . . 



KEARNEY. 
LINCOLN. 
NORFOLK. 



NORTH PLATTE 

OMAHA 

SCOTTSQLUFF. 



HENDERSON. , . . 
LAS VEGAS. . . . 
NORTH LAS VEGAS. 

RENO 

SPARKS 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



BERLIN . . 
CLAREMONT. 
CONCORD. . 
DOVER. . . 
KLCNE. . . 



LACONIA. . 
MANCHESTER 
NASHUA . . 



PORTSMOUTH 
ROCHESTER. 



1 56 1 
''1 561 
''1 16 5 
''593 
''1 501 

'•307 

''511 

''1 295 

''1 337 

723 

''1 190 

''1 575 

''1 069 

''501 

''682 

''159 

''136 

18 

''1 229 

''7 19 

''76 5 

"■l 113 

"■l 161 

''96 3 

■■357 

''991 

''750 

''1 218 

""l 367 

''771 

''231 

11 

r651 

''I 166 

''139 

''312 
■"992 



'1 166 
'2 58 
''961 
""5 32 
■•237 

''1 308 
''793 
''910 
''119 



'1 133 

''1 095 

■■781 

■■657 

"■739 

''1 19 
''115 
■■921 

''353 

11 

''770 



"^1 159 

75 

'1 59 1 

''166 

■1 357 



''1 310 

"'1 2 30 

''6 39 

'"9 02 

''325 

■■9 13 
'130 
■■156 

'■590 
''1 27 5 



11 259 

11 037 

■" 15 960 

56 515 

21 905 

96 905 
63 051 

■■ 22 152 

21 051 

16 111 

15 118 
10 300 
29 761 

97 916 
18 952 

69 528 

72 113 

919 801 

21 109 

16 291 



25 860 
28 892 

12 180 
50 969 
15 017 

31 619 

210 122 

35 155 

58 866 
505 500 

13 377 



16 206 

287 58 9 

8 8 58 

162 567 

20 511 



21 675 

21 375 
52 960 
56 392 
10 218 

36 Oil 
151 198 
69 762 

56 809 

22 857 



15 65C 

18 676 

12 250 

21 917 
11 261 

15 215 
36 650 
11 106 

22 119 
38 166 

11 131 
11 502 
20 028 
62 328 

28 228 

19 965 
38 958 

175 539 

13 123 

29 121 



13 


878 


12 


552 


28 


018 


12 


889 


26 


187 


13 


17C 


33 


701 


22 


763 


38 


615 


15 


926 


32 


227 


17 


083 


' 11 


572 


15 


622 


23 


911 


11 


152 


19 


993 


12 


155 


13 


369 


21 


18 9 


120 


369 


79 


675 


068 


322 


750 


C26 


51 


221 


25 


871 


26 


121 


13 


765 


178 


179 


95 


865 


10 


868 


51 


219 


' 32 


216 


28 


990 


15 


912 


12 


C51 


109 


617 


52 


851 


35 


6 50 


13 


361 


61 


211 


27 


377 


119 


2 58 


55 


211 


21 


721 


10 


710 


11 


322 


20 


227 


51 


655 


10 


151 


70 


655 


27 


090 



12 132 

12 1176 
19 698 
25 712 
21 112 

11 210 
128 521 

13 610 

17 181 

501 598 

13 377 



12 525 
61 105 
18 122 
51 170 
16 611' 



17 821 
15 563 
28 991 
19 151 
17 542 

15 2A8 
88 282 
39 096 

25 855 
15 927 



825 

r 591 

1 50 5 

2 267 
1 915 

6 557 

1 720 

1 995 
950 

1 209 

1 551 

710 

1 186 

1 571 

1 731 

5 182 

1 852 

1 951 

1 860 

1 575 

3 196 

2 176 
2 Oil 

1 181 

2 126 

1 886 
■"2 810 

2 lis 

1 615 

2 017 

1 511 

1 121 

2 116 
1 919 
1 862 

797 

■"l 112 



1 325 

2 071 
2 517 
2 197 

518 

2 022 
2 013 
5 111 
2 607 



2 152 
2 516 
2 157 

1 980 

2 102 

2 227 

1 637 

2 598 

2 362 
1 676 

3 213 



I 291 
1 165 
180 
5 158 
1 221 



1 216 
1 797 
1 827 

1 902 

2 290 

2 556 
1 716 

1 781 

2 199 
1 155 



Three establisliiiients are in Livingston County, with sales figure withheld. 



Revised, 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-129 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and city 



\ 



NEW JERSEY 

ASBURV PARK 

ATLANTIC CITY .... 

AUDUBON 

BAYONNC 

BELLEVILLE 

8ELLMAWR 

BERGENFIELD 

BLOOMFIELD 

B0UND8R00K 

BRIDGETON 

BURLINGTON 

CAMDEN 

CARTERET 

CLIfFSlDE PARK. . . . 
CLIFTON 

COLLINGSWOOD 

DOVER 

DUMONT 

EAST ORANGE 

EAST PATERSON .... 

EATON TOWN 

ELIZABETH 

ENCLEWOOD 

FAIRLAWN 

FORT LEE 

GARFIELD 

GLASSBORO 

GLEN ROCK 

GLOUCESTER CITY . . . 
HACKENSACK 

HADDONFIELD 

HARRISON 

HAS6R0UCK 

HAWTHORNE 

HIGHLAND 

HOBOKEN 

IRVINGTON 

JERSEY CITY 

KEARNY 

LINDEN 

LODI 

LONG BRANCH 

MADISON 

MANVILLE 

MAYWOOD 

METUCHEN 

MIDDLESEX 

MILLVILLE 

MONT CLAIR 

MORRISTOWN 

NEWARK 

NEW BRUNSWICK . . . . 

NEW MILFORD 

NEW PROVIDENCE. . . . 
NORTH ARLINGTON . . . 

NORTH PLAINFIELD. . . 

NUTLEY 

ORANGE 

PALISADES 

PARAMUS 

PASSAIC 

PATERSON 

PERTH AM80Y 

PHILLIPSBURG 

PLAINFIELD 

PLEA5ANTVILLE . . . . 
POINT PLEASANT. . . . 

PRINCETON 

RAHWAY 

RED BANK 

RIDGEFIELD 

RIDGEFIELD PARK . . . 

RIDGEWOOD 

RIVER EDGE 

ROSELLE 

ROSELLE PARK 

RUTHERFORD 

SAYREVILLE 

SECAUCUS 

SOMERVILLE 

''Revised. 



Sales 



Ranl< 



'502 
193 

■■335 
'■■400 
''S'll 

''1 636 
^■862 
■■582 

■■l 352 
''lit 

!'916 

161 

■"1 U21 

■■l 1480 

''299 

■"1 3"45 

"■sos 

ri 5149 

r232 

■"1 "4 19 

"■qus 

■■153 
■"606 

■■908 

■■950 

■■l 502 

■'1 553 

■'1 511 

211 

■■l 207 

■■l 552 

■■l 539 

■■1 311 

■■l 532 

■■605 
■■333 
82 
■"67 3 
■■509 

■■1 1U2 
■"967 
■■1 193 
■■1 53M 
■■l 616 

■"917 

ri 533 

ri 102 

■■552 

■"393 

32 

'367 
■■1 511 
■■l 612 
■■l 326 

■■1 1152 
ri 0140 

■■716 
■"1 396 

■■112 

191 
ril7 
388 
■■l 179 
210 

■■l 051 

■■1 576 

■■333 

i'601 

■■6214 

•'l 596 

ri 503 

■■521 

■■l 501 

ri 363 

■■1 579 
■■1 022 
^■1 11117 
"1 563 
■"630 



Amount 
($1,000) 



61 075 

1U3 508 

39 5U2 

78 KOI 

38 106 

14 606 

■'38 1497 

57 693 

20 538 

15 182 

35 791 
162 911 
17 885 
15 520 
98 316 

20 720 
11 111 

■"U 911 
102 986 
■■17 907 

39 161 
173 2 89 
■■55 913 
■■38 113 
■"36 166 

■■31 092 
11 501 

11 138 

12 252 
132 171 

21 987 

11 598 

12 531 
21 622 
12 770 

56 079 
88 177 
271 510 
50 328 
63 319 

■'27 200 
33 605 

■'25 159 

9 696 

■"6 929 

■■35 656 

9 310 

28 688 

59 981 



Population 



78 


72 9 


665 


252 


83 


259 


11 


02 9 


7 


283 


21 


299 


16 


177 


30 


813 


16 


127 


18 


839 


217 


111 


112 


113 


206 


669 


79 


851 


26 


021 


116 


535 


30 


113 


'10 


153 


37 


501 


55 


833 


51 


016 


■-8 


3 39 


11 


190 


62 


118 


11 


62 3 


19 


983 


9 


905 


31 


528 


16 


861 


10 


692 


19 


195 



17 366 
59 511 

10 110 
71 215 

35 005 

11 853 
27 203 
51 867 
10 263 
20 966 

12 687 
U7 159 

20 502 
17 612 
82 081 

17 370 

13 031 

18 882 
77 259 

19 311 

10 351 

107 698 

26 057 

36 121 

21 815 

29 253 

10 253 

12 896 
15 511 

30 521 

13 201 

11 713 
13 016 

17 735 

11 019 

18 111 
59 379 

276 101 

37 172 
39 931 

23 502 
26 228 
15 122 

10 995 

11 160 

11 Oil 
10 520 

19 096 
13 129 
17 712 



105 


220 


10 


139 


18 


810 


10 


213 


17 


177 


16 


993 


29 


513 


35 


789 


11 


913 


23 


238 


53 


963 


113 


663 


38 


007 


18 


502 


15 


330 


15 


172 


10 


162 


11 


890 


27 


699 


12 


182 


10 


788 


12 


701 


25 


391 


13 


2 61 


21 


302 


12 


516 


20 


173 


22 


553 


12 


151 


12 


158 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



3 690 

2 112 

3 788 
1 056 
1 089 

389 
■"1 115 

1 112 

2 001 
2 155 

2 821 
1 391 

872 

880 

1 198 

1 193 

3 157 
■■631 

1 333 

■■926 

3 790 

1 609 

'"2 117 

■"l 56 

■■l 658 

■■l 165 

1 111 

887 

790 

1 330 

1 893 

988 

961 

1 219 

1 156 

I 158 
1 190 
983 
1 313 
1 586 

"■l 157 

1 281 

"■l 681 

882 

■"605 

"■2 5 39 

888 

1 502 

1 391 

1 115 

1 612 

2 071 
716 
711 

1 219 

970 
1 Oil 
1 297 

1 577 
9 357 

2 610 

1 139 

2 101 

1 106 

2 571 

2 007 
■■997 

3 151 
2 016 
1 328 

■■775 

1 117 

2 158 
1 102 

950 

789 

1 510 

718 

880 

3 919 



State and city 



NFW JERSEY — CONTINUED 



SOUTH ORANGE. . . 
SOUTH PLAINFIELD. 
SOUTH RIVER . . . 

SUMMIT 

TENAFLY 



TOTOWA. . . 
TRENTON . . 
UNION CITY. 
VERONA. . . 
VINCLAND. . 



WALDWICK. . . 
WESTFIELD . . 
WEST NEW YORK 
WEST ORANGE . 
WOODBURY. . . 



NEW MEXICO 



ALAMOGORDO. 
ALBUQUERQUE 
ARTESIA . . 
CARLSBAD. . 
CLOVIS. . . 



FARMINGTON. 
GALLUP. . . 
GRANTS. . . 
HOBBS . . . 
LAS CRUCES. 



R05WELL . 
SANTA FE. 



NEW YORK 



ALBANY. . 
AMSTERDAM 
AUBURN. . 
BABYLON . 
BAT AVI A . 



BEACON. . . 
BINGHAMTON. 
BUFFALO . . 
COHOES. . . 
CORNING . . 



CORTLAND. . . 
DEPEW .... 
DUNKIRK . . . 
EAST ROCKAWAY 
ELM IRA. . . . 



ENDICOTT. . 
FLORAL PARK 
FREEPORT. . 
FULTON. . . 
GARDEN CITY 



GENEVA. . . . 
GLEN COVE . . 
GLENS FALLS . 
GLOVERSVILLE. 
GREAT NECK. . 



HEMPSTEAD 
HORNELL . 
HUDSON. . 
ILION . . 
ITHACA. . 



JAMESTOWN . . 
JOHNSON CITY. 
JOHNSTOWN . . 
KENMORE . . . 
KINGSTON. . . 



LACKAWANNA. 
LANCASTER . 
LINDENHURST 
LOCKPORT. . 
LONG BEACH. 



LYNBROOK. . . . 
MAMARONECK. . . 
MASSAPEQUA PARK 
MASSENA .... 
MIDDLETOWN. . . 



Sales 



Rank 



''973 
■■1 536 
■■1 373 

■"781 
■'1 39 1 

■"96 I 
"■121 
■•335 
■■712 
■■129 

■"l 611 
"■516 
■■557 
■■613 
■■7111 



'1 117 
61 

■"1 35 3 
■■858 
""650 

■■778 
■■319 
■"1 526 
■■710 
■■676 

■"131 
■"625 



Amount 
($1.000) 



33 202 

12 732 

19 681 

12 712 

■"18 971 

33 765 

■"197 377 

88 736 

16 562 

73 187 

7 337 

51 668 

59 716 

60 365 
11 797 



27 017 
362 999 
20 181 
38 631 
51 859 

12 887 

10 160 

13 283 

11 102 
19 922 

72 12 7 
53 950 



Population 



16 175 

17 879 
13 397 
23 677 

11 261 

10 897 

HI 167 

52 180 

13 782 

37 685 

10 195 

31 117 

35 517 

39 895 

12 153 



21 723 

201 189 

12 000 

25 511 
23 713 

23 786 
11 089 
10 271 

26 275 
29 367 

39 593 
31 676 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



rqu 


251 


606 


129 


72 6 


1 910 


■■813 


39 


223 


28 


772 


1 565 


■■595 


56 


181 


35 


219 


1 602 


■"l 156 


26 


617 


11 


062 


2 109 


■■710 


16 


888 


18 


210 


2 575 


ri 27 2 


22 


861 


15 


922 


1 612 


'172 


156 


718 


75 


911 


2 061 


' 30 


■■70 1 


535 


532 


759 


'■I 317 


■■l 122 


17 


771 


20 


129 


883 


■■377 


37 


869 


17 


085 


2 217 


■■351 


38 


931 


19 


181 


2 050 


■■l 311 


20 


755 


13 


580 


1 528 


■■l 035 


31 


091 


18 


205 


1 708 


■■1 637 


1 


006 


10 


721 


371 


■"32 1 


■■93 


101 


16 


517 


■■2 001 


■■863 


38 


191 


18 


775 


2 050 


■"l 091 


23 


989 


17 


199 


1 657 


■■190 


■■6 5 


550 


31 


119 


'"1 901 


■■1 103 


28 


653 


11 


261 


2 009 


■■661 


'■50 


711 


25 


918 


■"2 119 


■■956 


33 


959 


17 


286 


1 965 


■■780 


12 


801 


25 


817 


1 797 


■■701 


17 


221 


18 


580 


2 512 


■■952 


31 


016 


21 


711 


1 566 


■■1 350 


■■20 


575 


10 


171 


■"2 023 


■■130 


189 


115 


31 


611 


5 169 


"■1 212 


21 


803 


13 


907 


1 783 


ri 086 


29 


255 


11 


075 


1 610 


■■1 512 


13 


901 


10 


199 


1 563 


■■510 


63 


526 


28 


799 


2 199 


ril7 


''75 


395 


11 


818 


'"1 80 3 


■"l 161 


16 


003 


19 


118 


837 


ri 380 


19 


390 


10 


390 


1 866 


n 113 


■'28 


313 


21 


261 


■"l 333 


■■563 


59 


527 


29 


2 60 


2 028 


■■837 


37 


52 5 


29 


561 


1 262 


■■1 162 


16 


059 


12 


251 


1 511 


■■998 


32 


218 


20 


905 


1 511 


■■677 


19 


701 


26 


113 


1 880 


■■BOO 


■-11 


237 


26 


173 


■"1 558 


■•722 


16 


280 


19 


881 


2 528 


"■l 006 


■■32 


005 


17 


673 


■■l 811 


'1 127 


17 


558 


19 


901 


882 


■■l 077 


■^29 


511 


15 


178 


■"l 90 7 


■■753 


11 


515 


23 


175 


1 889 



2 053 
712 

1 169 

1 805 

ri 330 

3 099 
ri 729 

1 701 
5 578 
1 912 

699 
1 758 
1 680 
1 513 
3 597 



1 211 

1 801 

1 707 

1 513 

2 187 



1 803 

2 872 
1 293 
1 690 
I 700 

1 830 

1 556 



1-130 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE- AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or IVIore Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



State and city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



NEW YORK--CONT tNUED 

MINCOLA 

MOUNT VERNON 

NEWARK 

NEW euRGH 

NEW HYDE PARK 

NEW ROCHELLE 

NEW YORK CITY 

NIAGRA FALLS 

NORTH TONAWANDA 

OGDENSBURG 

CLEAN 

ONEIDA 

ONEONTA 

OSSINING 

OSWEGO 

PEEKSKILL 

PLATTSBURGH 

PORT CHESTER 

POUGHKEEPSIE 

RENSSELAER 

ROCHESTER 

ROCKVILLE CENTRE 

ROME 

RYE 

SARATOGA SPRINGS 

SCAR5DALE 

SCHENECTADY 

SYRACUSE 

TARRYTOWN 

TONAWANDA 

TROY 

UTICA 

VALLEY STREAM 

WATERTOWN 

WATERVLIET 

WESTBURY 

WHITE PLAINS 

YONKERS 

NORTH CAROLINA 

ALBEMARLE 

ASHEVILLE 

BURLINGTON 

CHAPEL HILL 

CHARLOTTE 

CONCORD 

DURHAM 

ELIZABETH CITY 

EAYETTEVILLE 

GASTONIA 

GOLDSBORO 

GREENSBORO 

GREENVILLE 

HENDERSON 

HICKORY 

HIGH POINT 

JACKSONVILLE 

KINSTON 

LENOIR 

LEXINGTON 

LUMBERTON 

MONROE 

NEW BERN 

RALEIGH 

REIDSVILLE 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 

ROCKY MOUNT 

SALISBURY 

SANrORD 

SHELBY 

5TATESVILLE 

THOMASVILLE 

WILMINGTON 

WILSON TOWN 

WINSTON-SALEM 



■•7J1 
■■239 
''6011 

■"ass 

■■l 126 

■■220 

1 

''221 

"■700 

■■l 211 

•"tiv 

"■l 190 

''9114 

"■l 131 

''1 071 

■'617 
■•632 
■■685 
"•322 
■■l 1475 

36 

"■1472 

■■1492 

■l 297 

''1 215 

■"1 1149 

''186 

63 

^l 1406 
■■565 

''2112 
''183 

rjgo 

'1469 

■'l 518 

''l 0149 

■■lis 

67 



'l 083 
181 

■'I 2 65 
56 

■■885 

■"202 

■■l 025 

223 

■'1458 

■'576 

1014 

''707 

■■l 0148 



3014 
^690 
'620 

'1 oau 

■"865 



•'816 

''971 

•"890 

136 

'1 105 



'1 155 
''U99 
''668 
''9814 
''869 



■■751 

n 1814 

■'1412 

■'755 

122 



145 1483 
''116 599 

56 086 

66 14142 
'17 60 7 

1214 9140 

10 1493 016 

123 718 

147 632 
214 825 

146 376 
25 720 
35 9110 
27 553 
29 6214 

■'511 787 
53 572 

148 571 
91 787 
15 622 

602 373 

67 868 
65 2146 

■■22 075 
2« 7143 

''26 931 

1147 167 

355 681 

■"18 50 3 

58 889 

115 171 

150 025 

■"79 79 3 

68 151 
13 1487 

■"30 1477 

''206 202 

332 300 



29 355 
151 059 

69 731 

23 160 

393 178 

37 1408 
138 132 

31 1193 
123 251 

69 728 

57 968 

230 878 

147 065 

30 1481 
60 39U 



97 5113 

148 397 

5U 250 

29 3145 

38 14142 



140 735 
33 273 
37 1141 
181 1116 
28 610 



26 651 
614 332 
50 512 
32 652 
38 290 



1414 369 
25 832 
76 830 
UU 325 
202 215 



20 519 
76 010 

12 868 
30 979 

10 808 

76 812 

781 9814 

102 3914 

314 757 

16 122 

21 868 

11 677 

13 1412 
18 662 

22 155 

18 737 

20 172 
214 960 
38 330 

10 506 

318 611 
2 6 355 
51 6146 
in 225 

16 630 

17 968 
81 682 

216 038 

11 109 

21 561 

67 1492 

100 1410 

38 629 
33 306 
13 917 

lU 757 

50 1485 

190 6314 



12 261 
60 192 
33 199 
12 573 
201 5614 

17 799 
78 302 
lU 062 
147 106 
37 276 

28 873 
119 5714 
22 860 
12 7q0 
19 328 



62 063 
13 1491 
214 819 
10 257 
16 093 



15 305 
10 862 
15 717 
93 931 
114 2 67 



13 320 
32 1147 
21 297 
12 253 
17 698 



19 euu 

15 190 
1414 013 
28 753 
111 135 



2 217 

■"l 5311 

11 359 

2 1145 

■"l 629 

1 62 7 

1 51I8 

1 208 

1 370 

1 5140 

2 121 
2 203 
2 680 
1 1476 

1 337 

■■2 9214 

2 656 

1 9146 

2 395 
1 1487 

1 891 

2 575 
1 263 

'1 552 

1 1488 

"■l 1499 

1 802 

1 6146 
=■1 666 

2 731 



1 706 

1 14914 
■"2 066 

2 0146 
969 

■'2 065 

ry 0814 

1 7113 



2 3914 

2 510 

2 100 

1 8142 

1 951 

2 102 

1 7614 

2 2140 
2 616 

1 871 

2 008 

1 931 

2 059 

2 393 

3 125 



1 572 
3 587 

2 186 
2 861 
2 389 



2 662 

3 058 
2 363 

1 931 

2 005 



2 001 
2 001 
2 372 
2 665 
2 1614 



2 237 

1 701 

1 7U6 

1 5142 

1 820 



NORTH DAKOTA 

BISMARCK 

FARGO 

GRAND FORKS 

JAMESTOWN 

MANDAN 

Ml NOT 

WILLISTON 

OHIO 

AKRON 

ALLIANCE 

ASHLAND 

ASHTABULA 

ATHENS 

BARBERTON 

BAY 

BEDFORD 

BELLAIRE 

BELLEFONTAINE 

BEREA 

BEXLEY 

BOWLING GREEN 

BROOKLYN 

BROOK PARK 

BRUNSWICK 

8UCYRUS 

CAMBRIDGE 

CAMPBELL 

CANTON 

CHEVIOT 

CHILLICOTHF 

CINCINNAT I 

CIRCLEVILLE 

CLEVELAND 

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS . . . 

COLUMBUS 

CONNEAUT 

COSHOCTON 

CUYAHOGA FALLS 

DAYTON 

DEFIANCE 

DELAWARE 

DOVER 

EAST CLEVELAND 

EAST LAKE 

EAST LIVERPOOL 

ELYRIA 

EUCLID 

FAIRBORN 

FAIRVIEW PARK 

FINDLAY 

FOSTORIA 

FREMONT 

GALION 

GARFIELD HEIGHTS. . . . 

GIRARD 

GREENVILLE 

HAMILTON 

I RONTON 

KENT 

KETTERING 

LAKEWOOD 

LANCASTER 

LIMA 

LORAIN 

LYNDHURST 

MANSFIELD 

MAPLE HEIGHTS 

MARIETTA 

MARION 

MARTINS FERRY 

MASSILLION 

MAUMEE 

MAYFIELD HEIGHTS. . . . 

MIDDLETOWN 

MOUNT VERNON 

NEWARK 

NEW PHILADELPHIA. . . . 
NILES 



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■■978 

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■■l 1460 

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■'1 517 

''1 5914 
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''1 139 

■'681 

''1 638 
"■760 
■"587 
■■14140 

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■"602 

■"1 1143 
■"866 

■"1 329 

■'1 206 

'l 1491 

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■"9514 

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360 

'292 

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■"288 

■"332 

■"1 57 1 

230 

■"3140 

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■"519 
■"l 1438 

''665 
■"l 092 

''892 

■'3148 

■'832 

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■"1 258 

■"1 163 






57 qU3 
95 121 
69 811 
314 358 
16 329 
79 737 
25 107 



1421 600 
50 802 
32 851 
57 391 
31 385 

53 008 

5 605 

38 318 

18 989 

27 223 

27 267 
16 201 
27 9145 
23 308 
13 619 

8 587 

21 1477 

31 526 

13 UOl 

■"192 756 

15 893 
149 528 

799 7148 

2U 077 

1 278 lUU 

81 126 
790 375 

16 587 

29 728 
93 615 

1470 991 

31 380 
27 271 

32 218 
119 1143 

3 876 
1414 075 
57 189 
72 001 
31 9214 

148 238 
56 206 

27 162 

38 399 
21 189 

214 997 

15 0148 

30 385 
107 8148 

314 010 

29 656 

814 910 

100 282 

63 089 

100 699 

89 11143 

10 309 

121 261 

87 801 

140 977 

62 508 

17 232 
50 612 

28 912 
37 050 

86 539 

39 6112 
78 395 

23 mi 

26 1488 



27 670 

146 662 

311 1151 

15 163 

10 525 
30 6014 

11 866 



2 90 351 

28 362 
17 1419 
214 559 
16 1170 

33 805 

114 1489 

15 223 
11 502 

11 14211 

16 592 
lU 319 
13 5714 

10 733 

12 856 

11 725 

12 276 
114 562 

13 1406 
113 631 

10 701 
214 957 

502 550 

11 059 
876 050 

61 813 
1471 316 

10 557 
13 106 
117 922 

262 332 
114 553 
13 282 

11 300 

37 991 

12 1467 
22 306 
143 782 

62 998 
19 1453 

lU 6214 

30 31414 
15 732 

17 573 
12 650 

38 1455 
12 997 

10 585 
72 3511 

15 7115 

17 836 
51 1162 
66 1511 

29 916 
51 037 

68 932 

16 805 
117 325 

31 667 
16 8147 

37 079 

11 919 
31 236 

12 063 

13 1178 

142 115 

13 2811 

111 790 

114 2141 

19 5145 



2 076 
2 039 
2 026 
2 266 

1 551 

2 605 
2 116 



1 


1152 


1 


791 


1 


886 


2 


337 


1 


906 


1 


568 




387 


2 


517 


1 


651 


2 


383 


1 


6U3 


1 


131 


2 


059 


2 


172 


1 


059 




732 


1 


750 


2 


165 


1 


000 


'1 


696 


1 


1485 


1 


985 


1 


591 


2 


177 


1 


1459 


1 


312 


1 


677 


1 


571 


2 


268 


1 


953 


1 


795 


2 


156 


2 


053 


2 


851 


1 


2914 




311 


1 


976 


1 


306 


1 


1113 


1 


6111 


3 


299 


1 


852 


1 


727 


2 


185 


1 


675 




650 


1 


158 


2 


871 


1 


1491 


2 


160 


1 


663 


1 


559 


1 


516 


2 


109 


1 


973 


1 


2 98 




613 


1 


5 62 


2 


773 


2 


1432 


1 


686 


1 


14146 


1 


620 


2 


397 


2 


7U9 


2 


055 


2 


9814 


1 


876 


1 


61411 


1 


355 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-131 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



State and city 



Sales 



Rank 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Population 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



OHIO — CONTINUED 



NORTH COLLtGE HILL 
NORTH OLMSTED. . . 

NORWALK 

NORWOOD 

OAKWOOD 



OREGON . . . . 
PAINESVILLE. . 

PARMA 

PARMA HEIGHTS. 
PI«UA 



PORTSMOUTH . 
RAVENNA. . . 
READING. . . 
ROCKY RIVER. 
SALEM. . . . 



SANDUSKY . . . 
SHAKER HIEGHTS 
SIDNEY .... 
SOUTH EUCLID . 
SPRINGFIELD. . 



STEU8ENVILLE 
STOW .... 
STRUTHERS. . 
TALLMADGE. . 
TIFFIN . . . 



TOLEDO 

TROY 

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 
UPPER ARLINGTON. . 
URBANA 



VAN WERT 

WADSWORTH 

WARREN 

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS 
WASHINGTON 



WEST LAKE. 
WHITEHALL. 
WICKLIFFE. 
WILLOUGHBY 
WILLOWICK. 



W005TER. . 
XENIA. . . 
YOUNGSTOWN 
ZANESVILLE 



ADA 

ALTUS. . . . 
ARDMORE ... 
BARTLESVILLE- 
BETHANY. . . 



CHICKASHA. 
DEL CITY . 
DUNCAN . . 
DURANT . . 
EL RENO. . 



ENID . . . . 
LAWTON . . . 
MC ALESTER . 
MIAMI . . . . 
MIDWEST CITY 



MUSKOGEE . . . 
NORMAN . . . . 
OKLAHOMA CITY. 
OKMULGEE . . . 
PONCA CITY . . 



SAPULPA. . . 
SEMINOLE . . 
SHAWNEE. . . 
STILLWATER . 
THE VILLAGE. 
TULSA. . . . 



ALBANY , . 
ASTORIA. . 
BEND . . . 
CORVALLIS. 



OREGON — CONT I NUED 



■"1 572 
■■933 

""l 2711 
"■662 

''l 521 

■■i nai 

'■697 

■•276 

■■l qqs 

"■l 027 

^■1167 
"■l 003 
''1 U20 
=■1 256 
•■l 109 

■■534 

■■q09 

■■l 199 

■■i 20a 

r205 

■■uou 

"■1 597 

■■1 161 

■■1 513 

■■928 

12 

■■l 075 

■■793 

■■1 OIU 

ri 355 

■"1 3U1 
■■1 H09 
■■270 
■■1 542 
1^1 067 

■■1 580 
■■■466 

ri 525 
■■818 

■■1 051 

■■671 

■■790 

■■95 

■"193 



■"911 

■■1 031 

■■789 

■■687 

■■1 631 

■■1 132 
=■1 131 
■■938 
■■1 287 
■■l 361 

"■197 

■^316 

■■1 127 

■■1 223 

r766 

^■619 

^655 

37 

■■1 102 

r9I9 

■■1 101 
■^1 527 
■■839 
■■l 015 
■"1 620 
51 



■'821 

■■l 290 

■■l 125 

•■"759 



10 301 
31 910 

22 851 
50 723 
15 355 

15 188 
17 737 

lOU 755 

16 890 

31 151 

68 691 

32 061 

17 905 

23 183 

28 116 

61 068 

77 697 
25 392 
25 059 

135 030 

78 081 

8 128 
16 061 
12 202 
35 099 

196 613 

29 567 

11 598 
31 801 
20 131 

20 797 

18 135 
■■105 692 

12 210 

29 836 

9 877 
68 807 

13 299 
39 022 

30 380 

50 217 

11 959 

■■215 155 

65 051 



31 583 
31 115 

12 016 
18 507 

5 305 

27 516 

17 117 
31 750 
22 329 

20 132 

61 115 

■■91 182 

27 770 

21 509 

13 510 

51 595 

51 175 

575 316 

18 611 
35 596 

18 513 
13 161 
39 157 
31 776 

6 663 
129 310 



10 253 
22 303 
27 887 

11 101 



12 035 
16 290 

12 900 
31 580 
10 193 

13 319 
16 116 
82 815 

18 100 

19 219 

33 637 

10 918 

12 832 
18 097 

13 851 

31 989 
36 160 

11 663 

27 569 
82 723 

32 195 

12 191 

15 631 
10 216 
21 178 

318 003 

13 685 

16 611 

28 186 

10 161 

11 32 3 
10 635 
59 618 
10 609 

12 388 

12 906 

20 818 

15 760 

15 058 

18 719 

17 016 
20 115 

166 689 
39 077 



11 317 
21 225 
20 181 
27 893 

12 312 

11 866 

12 931 

20 009 

10 167 

11 015 

38 859 
61 697 
17 119 

12 869 
36 058 

38 059 

33 112 

321 253 

15 951 

21 111 

11 282 

11 161 
21 326 
23 965 

12 118 
261 685 



12 92 6 
11 239 
11 936 
20 669 



856 
2 113 
1 772 
1 167 
1 273 

1 163 

2 962 
I 2fu 

933 

1 637 

2 012 
2 937 
1 395 

1 2 98 

2 051 

1 909 

2 131 
1 732 

909 

1 632 

2 103 
667 

1 028 
I 191 
1 631 

1 562 

2 161 
2 500 
1 116 
1 953 

1 837 

1 733 

■■l 772 

1 151 

2 108 

765 

3 305 
811 

2 591 



2 916 

2 052 

■■l 173 

1 665 



2 110 

1 167 

2 082 
1 739 

130 

1 851 
1 319 

1 737 

2 133 
1 828 

1 658 

■■l 52 7 

1 591 

1 901 

1 207 

1 131 
1 532 
1 771 
1 167 
1 158 

1 298 
1 118 
1 622 
1 326 
550 
1 611 



3 111 

1 981 

2 336 
2 131 



DALLES. . . . 
EUGENE. . . . 
GRANTS PASS . 
KLAMATH FALLS 
MEDFORD . . . 



PENDLETON . 
PORTLAND. . 
ROSEBURG. . 
SALEM . . . 
SPRINGFIELD 



PENNSYLVANIA 



ALIQUIPPA 
ALLENTOWN 
ALTOONA . 
AMBRIDGE. 
BALDWIN . 



BEAVER. . 
BELLEVUE. 
BERWICK . 
BETHEL. . 
BETHLEHEM 



BLOOMSBURG. 
BRADDOCK. . 
BRADFORD. . 
BRENTWOOD . 
BRISTOL . . 



BUTLER. . . 
CANONSBURG. 
CARBONDALE. 
CARLISLE. . 
CARNEGIE. . 



CASTLE SHANNON. 
CHAMBER SDURG. . 
CHESTER . . . . 
CLAIRTON. . . . 
COATESVILLE . . 



COLLINGDALE . 
COLUMBIA. . . 
CONNELLSVILLE 
CONSHOHOCKEN. 
DARBY .... 



DONORA. . 
DORMONT . 
DU BO IS . 
DUNMORE . 
DUQUESNE. 



EASTON. 
ELLWOOD 
EMMAUS . 
ERIE. . 
FARRELL 



GREENSBURG. 
HANOVER . . 
HARRISBURG. 
HAZLETON. . 
INDIANA . . 



JEANNETTE 
JOHNSTOWN 
KINGSTON. 
LANCASTER 
LANSDALE. 



LANSDOWNE . . 

LATROBE.. . . 

LEBANON . . . 

LEWISTOWN . . 

LOCK HAVEN. . 

LOWER BURRELL 
MC KEESPORT . 
MC KEES ROCKS 
MEADVILLE . . 
MIDDLETOWN. . 



MONESSEN. . . 
MONROEVILLE . 
MOUNT CARMEL. 
MUNHALL . . . 
NANTICOKE . . 



■■081 
■■ 116 
'■782 
■"588 
397 

■■955 
28 

■■bu 

207 
■•l 138 



■^937 
101 

■■315 
■•1 007 
'■1 566 

■■710 
■■1 336 
■■1 266 
■■] 369 

■■319 

■"l 219 
'1 2 36 
■■l 121 
■■l 276 
'■926 

■■5O6 
ri 193 
■■I 155 

■■flOl 
■■l 355 

■■l 595 

■■706 

■■313 

■■1 516 

■■1 020 

■■l 601 

"■l 516 

■■l 129 

■"1 533 



r 


105 


r 


583 




611 




175 




199 


r 


521 




^610 


r 


305 


r 


123 




121 


r 


617 




■■189 




''611 




■■150 




■■696 




■■809 


r 


1 252 




■■320 




■■799 




■■255 




'■860 


■• 


'10 


■■ 


126 




"■599 




■'939 


' 


058 


■■ 


599 




■■'III 


' 


181 




■■779 


'1 


181 


■■t 


310 




■■530 


'•1 


535 


i-l 


625 


■■1 


156 



32 730 
■■176 538 

12 717 
57 133 
78 716 

33 966 
751 823 

10 871 

133 897 

27 311 



31 798 

231 559 

91 171 

31 959 

10 908 

11 809 
21 081 
23 088 
19 981 
86 172 

23 822 

21 115 
27 892 

22 795 
35 331 

■■55 830 



25 
16 


652 
163 


11 


150 


21 


097 


8 


378 


17 


107 


■■91 


608 


20 


699 


31 


625 


7 


753 


12 


108 


27 


758 


'12 


791 


18 


512 


9 


737 


2 


951 


26 


171 


11 


675 


13 


331 


55 


605 


21 


887 


17 


711 


202 


627 


6 


92 7 


65 


781 


55 


315 


173 


996 


17 


903 


10 


976 


23 


681 


93 


115 


11 


2 98 


HI 


020 


38 


552 


21 


121 


27 


818 


56 


332 


31 


691 


30 


201 


8 


010 


76 


101 


25 


961 


12 


879 


15 


118 


20 


911 


61 


195 


12 


710 


6 


170 


16 


131 1 



10 193 

50 977 

10 118 
16 919 
21 125 

11 131 
372 676 

11 167 

19 112 

19 616 



26 369 
108 317 
69 107 
13 865 
21 189 

16 210 

11 112 
13 353 
23 650 
75 108 

10 655 

12 337 

15 061 

13 706 

12 361 

20 975 

11 877 

13 595 

16 623 
U 887 

11 836 

17 670 
63 658 

18 389 

12 971 

10 268 

12 075 

12 811 

10 259 



11 


059 


11 


131 


13 


098 


10 


667 


18 


917 


15 


019 


31 


955 


12 


113 


10 


2 62 


138 


110 


13 


793 


17 


383 


15 


538 


79 


697 


32 


056 


13 


005 


16 


565 


53 


919 


20 


261 


61 


055 


12 


612 


12 


601 


11 


932 


30 


015 


12 


610 


11 


718 


11 


952 


15 


189 


13 


185 


16 


671 


11 


182 


18 


121 


22 


116 


10 


760 


17 


312 


15 


601 1 



119 

163 
222 
371 
221 

353 
017 
561 
725 



1 320 

2 165 

1 361 

2 305 
115 

2 759 

1 817 

1 729 

815 

1 117 

2 236 
1 957 
1 852 

1 663 

2 858 



bS'i 
160 
211 
175 



1 775 

708 

2 666 
■■1 139 

1 126 

2 138 

755 

1 003 

2 166 

■■l 217 

1 317 

875 
225 

2 153 
776 
888 

1 710 
1 763 
1 72 9 

1 161 
502 

3 781 
3 560 

2 183 
1 191 

3 151 

1 130 

1 732 

2 038 
1 818 

3 057 



1 700 

2 331 

1 875 

2 715 
2 578 



673 
1 680 

1 969 

2 572 
1 379 



1 135 

2 710 
1 181 

731 
I 053 



Sales lotal for pari in Washington County only. One eslatlishmenl is in Osage County, rath sales figuie withheld. 



Revised. 



1-132 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and city 



PCNNSYLVANI A — CONT I NUED 



NEW CASTLE . . 
NEW KENSINGTON 
NORRISTOWN . . 
NORTH BRADDOCK 
OIL CITY . . . 



PHILADELPHIA 
PHOENIXVILLE 
PITTSBURGH . 
PITTSTON . . 
PLUM .... 



PLYMOUTH . 
POTTSTOWN. 
POTTSVILLE 
READING. . 
SCRANTON . 



SHAMOKIN , . . 
SHARON . . . . 
SHENANDOAH . . 
STATE COLLEGE. 
STEELTON . . . 



SUNBURY. . . 
SWISSVALE. . 
TAMAQUA. , . 
TURTLE CREEK 
UNIONTOWN. . 



WARREN . . . 
WASHINGTON . 
WAYNESBORO . 
WEST CHESTER 
WEST MIFFLIN 



WHITEilALL. . 
WILKES-BARRE 
WILKINSBURG, 
WILLIAMSPORT 
YEADON . . . 
YORK .... 



RHODE ISLAND 



CENTRAL FALLS. . 
CRANSTON . . . . 
EAST PROVIDENCE. 

NEWPORT 

PAWTUCKET. . . . 



PROVI DENCE 
WARWICK. . 
WOONSOCKET 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



AIKEN. . . 

ANDERSON . 
CHARLESTON 
COLUMBIA . 
FLORENCE . 



GAFFNEY. . . , 
GEORGETOWN . . 
GREENVILLE . . 
GREENWOOD. . . 
NORTH AUGUSTA. 



ORANGEBURG 
ROCK HILL. 
SPi^RTAiaiUKG 
SUMTLR . . 
UNION. . . 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



ABERDEEN . 
BROOKINGS. 
HURON. . . 
MITCHELL . 
PIERRE . . 



RAPI D CITY 
SIOUX FALLS 
WATERTOWN, 



TENNESSEE 

ATHENS 

BRISTOL 

CHATTANOOGA 

CLARKSVILLE 

CLEVELAND 



Sales 



Rank 



''399 

r730 

''386 

"■l 618 

''1 028 



■^1 283 

17 

"■l 391 

''l 6115 

■•l 603 

"■ssi 

r7i)2 
168 

ries 

■■l 168 
■■672 

^l 505 
■■872 

''I 578 

''I 018 
"■l 553 
^l M71 
■■l 118 
rsiO 

''516 
''1160 

''1 321 
'•733 

"•l 559 

'1 173 
''291 

I'l 089 
•■381 

"■l 631 
279 



1 570 
'153 
''122 
""966 
''219 

66 
■'328 
'185 



'1 012 
'113 
'203 
''123 
■'191 

'1 269 

■'1 110 

'133 

''833 

'1 555 

''876 
'"752 
■■281 
■■613 

""l 110 



'671 
"■1 135 
■"l 038 

'912 
'1 360 

'309 
■■221 
'986 



""1 312 

''791 

85 

''630 

''717 



Amount 
($1,000) 



78 161 
15 551 
80 175 

6 820 
31 112 

2 189 876 

22 527 

979 597 

18 971 

905 

7 806 

59 999 
11 761 

161 257 

162 691 

26 338 
50 318 
11 291 
38 092 

10 096 

31 697 

11 590 
15 715 
18 012 

60 688 

(01 
69 521 
21 320 
15 156 
11 373 

15 675 
99 165 
29 095 
80 161 
1 988 
103 173 



10 381 
70 050 
73 855 
33 619 
126 163 

336 120 
91 185 
66 118 



30 787 

71 662 

137 169 

197 583 

61 976 

22 959 

18 117 

183 781 

39 600 

11 551 

37 093 

11 311 

102 313 

55 111 

17 155 



50 367 
17 395 

30 973 

31 533 
?0 151 

96 329 
12? 115 

32 512 



21 609 
''ll 572 
267 199 

53 6BB 
11 190 



Population 



11 790 
23 185 
38 925 
13 20" 
17 692 

2 002 512 

13 797 

601 332 

12 107 
10 211 

10 101 

26 111 

21 659 
98 177 

111 113 

13 671 
25 267 

11 073 

22 109 
11 266 

13 687 

15 089 

10 173 

10 607 
17 912 

11 505 

23 515 

10 127 

15 705 

27 289 

16 075 
63 551 
30 066 

11 967 
11 610 
51 501 



19 858 
66 766 
11 955 
17 019 
81 001 

207 198 
68 501 
17 060 



11 213 

11 316 

65 925 
97 133 
21 722 

10 135 

12 261 

66 188 
16 611 

10 318 

13 852 
29 101 

11 352 
23 062 
10 191 



23 073 

10 558 

11 180 

12 555 

10 088 

12 399 
65 166 

11 077 



12 103 

17 582 

130 009 

22 021 

16 196 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



1 752 

1 910 

2 060 
517 

1 775 

1 213 

1 633 

1 621 

1 529 

88 

751 

2 295 
2 067 
1 613 
1 160 

1 92 6 
1 993 
1 291 

1 700 
896 

2 316 
768 

1 515 

1 698 

3 382 

(O) 

2 953 
2 015 

2 891 
117 

975 
1 565 

968 
1 917 

130 
1 893 



523 
1 019 
1 760 

715 
1 558 



1 620 
1 331 
1 105 



2 738 

1 731 

2 081 
2 028 
2 628 

2 200 

1 502 

2 777 
2 379 

1 117 

2 713 

1 508 

2 307 
2 591 
1 683 



2 183 

1 618 

2 181 
2 751 

1 998 

2 272 

1 870 

2 310 



1 785 

2 231 
2 055 
2 138 
2 717 



State and city 



TENNESSEE — CONT I NUED 



COLUMBIA. . . 
DYERSBURG . . 
EAST RIDGE. . 
ELIZABETHTON. 
GREENEVILLE . 



JACKSON . . . 
JOHNSON CITY. 
KINGSPORT . . 
KNOXVILLE.. . 
LEBANON . . . 



MARYVILLE . . 
MEMPHIS . . . 
MORRISTOWN. . 
MURFREESBORO. 
NASHVILLE . . 



OAK ridge' 

RED BANK-WHITE OAK. 
SHELBYVILLE . . . . 
TULLAHOMA^" 



ABILENE . 
ALICE . . 
AMARILLO. 
ANDREWS . 
ARLINGTON 



AUSTIN. . 
BAY CITY. 
BAYTOWN . 
BEAUMONT. 
BEEVILLE. 



BELLAIRE. . 
BIG SPRING. 
BORGER. . . 
BROWNFIELD. 
BROWNSVILLE 



BROWNWOOD . . . 

BRYAN 

CLEBURNE. . . . 
COLLEGE STAT ION 
CORPUS CHRIST I . 



CORSICANA 
DALLAS. . 
DEL RIO . 
DEN I SON . 
DENTON. . 



EAGLE PASS. . . 
EDINBURG. . . . 
EL PASO . . , . 
FARMERS BRANCH. 
FORT WORTH. . . 



FREEPORT. . . 
GAINESVILLE . 
GALENA. . . . 
GALVESTON .' . 
GARLAND . . . 
GRAND PRAIRI C 



GREENVILLE. . 
GROVES. . . . 
HALTOM. . . . 
HARLINGEN . . 
HIGHLAND PARK 



HOUSTON . . 
HUNTSVILLE. 
HURST . . . 
IRVING. . . 
KERMIT. . . 



LAREDO. . 
LEVELLAND 
LONGVIEW. 
LUBBOCK . 
LUFKIN. . 



Sales 



Rank 



''891 
''1 119 
''1 388 
''1 210 

''811 

''533 

'161 

'380 

81 

■"1 196 

r891 

27 

''773 

^791 

19 

'899 
■'1 515 
''1 251 
'"1 125 



216 
'1 116 

'93 
■'1 530 

^151 

86 

'1 213 

'522 

'131 

''1 371 

''1 551 
''652 
r913 

''1 072 
^535 

"■l 017 

'688 

''1 101 

''1 639 

107 

''1 Oil 
10 

''1 239 
'"931 
''802 

''1 182 
''1 316 

67 
'1 575 

35 

'1 231 

■'1 211 

ri 598 

359 

''137 

■'725 

'957 
■'1 589 
■'1 165 

''7 31 
'1 116 

6 

'1 176 

■"l 501 

■"537 

■"1 191 



Amount 
($1,000) 



KILGORE 'l 261 

KILLEEN i '"893 

KINGSVILLE ri 098 

LA MARQUE ""1 522 

LAMESA ''991 



395 

■"1 185 

■"132 

90 

■"823 



36 951 
28 033 
19 095 

'"21 050 

39 181 

61 070 

"■68 928 

''80 930 

282 305 

25 536 

37 101 
752 351 

13 119 

11 780 
115 175 

36 672 

12 179 
23 717 
17 611 



127 987 

28 119 
253 115 

12 911 
70 123 

266 887 

21 772 

62 357 

185 012 

19 618 

11 710 

51 318 

31 503 

29 670 
61 053 

30 616 
18 179 
28 706 

3 399 
22 7 003 

31 883 
1 288 155 

21 063 

31 850 
11 177 

15 177 

21 569 

360 155 

10 186 
622 981 

21 335 
23 961 

8 016 
85 056 
72 129 
15 916 

33 933 

9 207 
26 125 
15 399 
IE 129 

1 616 038 

15 611 

11 377 
60 971 
11 911 

23 161 
36 965 
28 735 

13 338 

32 265 



78 993 
25 797 
73 016 
258 918 
10 302 



Population 



17 621 
12 199 
19 570 

10 896 

11 759 

31 376 
31 187 

26 311 
111 82 7 

10 512 

10 318 

197 5"21 

21 267 

18 991 
170 871 

27 169 

10 777 

10 166 

12 212 



90 368 
20 861 
137 969 
11 135 
11 775 

186 515 

11 656 

28 159 

119 175 

13 811 

19 872 
31 230 

20 911 

10 286 
18 010 

16 971 

27 512 

15 381 

11 396 
167 690 

20 311 
679 681 

16 612 

22 718 
26 811 

12 091 

18 706 
276 687 

13 111 
356 ?68 

11 619 
13 083 

10 852 
67 175 
36 501 
30 386 

19 087 

17 301 

23 133 

11 207 

10 111 

938 219 

11 999 
10 165 
15 985 
10 165 

10 092 
23 377 
25 297 
13 969 

12 138 



60 678 

10 153 

10 050 

128 691 

17 611 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



2 097 

2 213 
976 

''2 207 

3 332 



1 777 

2 210 

3 076 
2 521 
2 129 



585 
512 
028 
200 
607 



1 350 

1 130 

2 266 
1 111 





116 




319 




837 




162 




573 




131 




125 




211 




552 




120 




591 




611 




650 




885 




271 




805 




760 




866 




2 98 




351 




567 




895 




2 93 




532 




531 




280 




153 




302 




758 




719 




091 




832 




711 




266 




873 




512 




778 




532 




112 




102 




711 




722 




301 




111 




32 6 




125 




295 




581 




136 




955 


2 


591 


1 


302 


2 


511 


1 


821 


2 


012 


2 


285 



jSales total loi part in Anderson County only. One establisliment is in Roane County, witli sales (iguies withlield. 
Sales total lot part in Coffee County only. One establishment is in Franklin County, with sales figure withheld. 



'Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-133 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 



state and city 



TEXAS— CONTINUED 



MC ALLEN. 
MC KINNEY 
MARSHALL. 
MERCEDES. 
MESSUITE. 



MIDLAND . . . 
MINERAL WELLS 
MISSION . . . 
NACOGDOCHES . 
NEDERLAND . . 



NEW BRAUNEELS 
ODESSA. . . . 
ORANGE. . . . 
PALESTINE . . 
PAHPA .... 



PARIS . . 

PASADENA. 
PECOS . . 
PHARR . . 
PLAINVI EW 



PORT ARTHUR 
RICHARDSON. 
ROBSTOWN. . 
SAN ANGELO. 
SAN ANTONIO 



SAN BENITO. 
SAN MARCOS. 
SCGUIN. . . 
SHERMAN . . 
SNYDER. . . 



SWEETWATER. 
TEMPLE. . . 
TERRELL . . 
TEXARKANA . 
TEXAS . . . 



TYLER 

UNIVERSITY PARK 

UVALDE 

VERNON 

VICTORIA. . . . 



WACO 

WAXAHACHIE 

WCSLACO 

WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE 
WHITE SETTLEMENT. . . 
WICHITA FALLS .... 



BOUNTIFUL ''1 203 

BRIGHAM ''1 393 

LOGAN r932 



MURRAY. 
OGDEN . 



OREM 

PROVO 

SALT LAKE CITY. 



BURLINGTON. 
RUTLAND . . 



ALEXANDRIA. . . 
BRISTOL .... 
CHARLOTTESVILLE 
CHESAPEAKE. . . - 
COVINGTON . . . 



DANVILLE. . . . 
FAIRFAX , . . . 
FALLS CHURCH. . 
FREDERICKSBURG 
HAMPTON . . . . 



HARRISONBURG. 
HOPEWELL. . . 
LYNCHBURG . . 
MART INSVILLE. 
NEWPORT NEWS. 



Sales 



Rank 



'1 219 
r895 

"■1 606 
■"807 

■■305 
"■j 370 
""1 528 
''1 1514 
"■l 557 

"■l 182 
218 

■■851 
"■l 218 

■■852 

■"BIO 

''297 

"■l 362 

1 589 

"■632 

''300 
"•l 130 
■"1 177 

■•326 
29 

""l 5514 
""l 163 
■■l 301 
■■767 
'1 245 

"■l 313 
'■6U2 

■"l 500 
■'621 
■■837 

■•269 

■"856 

■"1 399 

1 222 

■"195 

173 
■"1 386 
■■l 132 
ri 509 
'l 627 
^■191 



■■l 176 
"■210 

, 'l 529 

I ■'511 
55 



VERMONT 
BARRE ■'j 318 



■"569 
■■761 



117 

'1 037 

■•126 

■'699 

■"1 327 

^372 
■■597 
■"563 
■"651 
260 

■"715 

■"1 325 

277 

■■726 

■■157 



Amount 
($1,000) 



60 391 

21 638 

36 879 

7 696 

10 989 

96 992 

19 92 3 
13 115 

26 699 

11 151 

25 913 

127 102 

38 857 

21 616 

38 927 

39 151 
99 198 

20 123 
9 798 

53 572 

98 092 

27 711 

15 609 
91 152 

726 031 

11 581 

16 017 

21 959 
13 118 
23 961 

21 599 
52 528 
11 655 
51 122 
39 185 

106 202 
38 691 

18 701 
21 702 

■■61 899 

155 BOB 

19 113 

17 115 
11 IBS 

5 860 
111 781 



25 077 
IB 902 
31 919 

26 169 
132 296 

13 086 

60 526 

112 211 



?0 615 
58 566 
13 693 



175 511 

30 991 

73 128 

17 712 

21 256 

82 608 

56 118 

59 325 

51 159 

103 119 

11 516 

21 307 

103 938 

15 785 

169 019 



Population 



32 728 
13 763 
23 816 

10 913 
27 526 

62 625 

11 053 

11 061 

12 671 

12 036 

15 631 
80 33B 
25 605 

13 971 
21 661 

20 977 
56 737 
12 726 

11 106 

16 735 

66 676 
16 810 

10 266 
56 815 

587 716 

16 122 

12 713 

11 299 

21 966 

13 650 

13 911 
30 119 
13 803 
30 218 

32 065 

51 230 
23 202 

10 293 

12 111 

33 017 

97 606 
12 719 
15 619 

11 628 
11 513 

101 721 



17 039 

11 726 

16 731 

16 806 

70 197 

16 391 

36 017 

169 151 



10 367 
55 531 
16 325 



91 023 

17 562 

29 127 

73 617 

11 062 

16 577 
13 585 

10 192 
13 639 
89 258 

11 916 

17 895 
51 790 
16 796 

113 662 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars! 



1 815 
1 790 
1 517 
703 
1 189 

1 519 

1 602 
931 

2 107 
951 

1 658 
1 586 
1 518 
1 761 
1 578 

1 661 
1 689 

1 561 
695 

2 859 

1 171 

1 619 

1 520 

1 555 

1 235 

705 
1 2 60 
1 536 
1 739 
1 730 

1 552 
1 727 
1 062 
1 791 

1 231 

2 073 
1 668 

1 617 

2 035 
■■l 961 

1 593 

1 199 

1 115 

970 

509 

1 123 



1 172 

1 612 

1 661 

1 557 

1 885 



712 

1 679 

2 176 



1 985 

1 619 

2 395 



1 926 

1 763 

2 195 
618 

1 922 



1 771 
1 155 
5 821 
3 773 
1 156 

3 736 
1 191 

1 897 

2 136 
1 187 



State and city 



V I RG 1 N I A — CONT I NUED 



NORFOLK . . 
PETERSBURG. 
PORTSMOUTH. 
PULASKI . . 
RICHMOND. . 



ROANOKE . 
SALEM.. . 
STAUNTON. 
SUFFOLK . 
VIENNA. . 



VIRGINIA BEACH. 
WAYNESBORO. . . 
WINCHESTER. . . 



WASHINGTON 



ABERDEEN. . 
AUBURN. . . 
BELLEVUE. . 
BELL INGHAM. 
BREMERTON . 



EVERETT . . 
HOQUIAM . . 
KENNEWICK . 
LONGVIEW. . 
MOSES LAKE. 



OLYMPIA . . . 
PASCO . . . . 
PORT ANGELES. 
PULLMAN . . . 
PUYALLUP. . . 



RENTON. . 
RICHLAND. 
SEATTLE . 
SPOKANE . 
TACOMA. . 



VANCOUVER . 
WALLA WALLA 
WENAICHEE . 
YAKIMA. . . 



WEST VIRGINIA 



BECKLEY . . 
BLUEFIELD . 
CHARLESTON. 
CLARKSBURG. 

DUNBAR. . , 



FAIRMONT. . 
HUNTINGTON. 
MART INSBURG 
MORGANTOWN. 
MOUNDSVILLE 



PARKERSBURG . . . 
ST. ALBANS . . . . 
SOUTH CHARLESTON. 

WEIRTON 

WHEELING 



WISCONSIN 



APPLETON. . 
ASHLAND . , 
BEAVER DAM. 
BELOIT. . . 
BROOKE I LED. 



BROWN DEER. . . 
CHIPPEWA FALLS. 

CUDAHY 

DE PERE . . . . 
Emu CIAI^E'' . . 



FOND DU LAC 
FRANKLIN. . 
GRLLN BAY . 
GREENFI ELD, 
JANESVI LLE. 



KAUKAUNA. 
KENOSHA . 
LA CROSSE 
MADISON . 
MAN I TOWOC 



Sales 



Rank 



53 

■■379 

211 

'1 381 

11 

163 

■"912 

■"783 

■"936 

■^1 262 

■■333 
■■909 
■"572 



■"709 
■"960 
352 
'181 
■"553 

■"287 

■■l 571 

'910 

'57 1 

'1 081 

■"559 

'772 

'1 065 

'1 506 

i-l 093 

■"558 

'1 090 

16 

80 

67 

'512 
'615 
'777 
'272 



'727 
'881 
'125 
■"198 
■1 586 

'617 
■'201 
'971 
'758 
'1 381 

■•337 

'1 233 

'1 379 

'906 

'27 1 



362 

'1 391 

'1 136 

'660 

'1 351 

'1 619 
'1 315 
'1 361 
'1 151 
'515 

616 
'1 629 

'228 
'1 635 

■■177 

'1 178 

267 

365 

97 

'716 



Amount 
($1,000) 



118 192 
61 121 

128 702 
19 187 

183 531 

161 501 
36 026 
12 191 
31 823 
23 292 

69 106 
36 101 
56 105 



16 911 
33 770 
66 317 
66 510 
59 960 

101 561 

10 201 
36 100 

58 363 
29 377 

59 550 
13 291 
29 963 

11 276 

28 900 

59 596 

29 010 
1 006 911 

282 759 
266 111 

63 205 

51 952 

12 906 
105 309 



15 695 

37 627 

193 096 

61 363 

9 111 

52 098 

lie 019 

33 136 

11 113 

19 318 

68 525 

21 206 

19 12 6 

36 188 

105 632 



81 606 

18 9CP 

27 311 

50 760 

20 569 

6 780 

21 561 
20 032 
16 179 
62 995 

55 135 

5 607 

121 170 

1 981 

67 160 

15 569 
106 656 

81 059 
215 156 

11 533 



Population 



301 869 

36 750 

111 773 

10 169 
219 958 

97 110 
16 058 
22 232 
12 609 

11 110 

61 215 
15 691 
15 110 



16 711 

11 933 

12 809 
31 668 
28 922 

10 301 

10 762 

11 211 
23 319 
11 299 

18 273 

11 522 

12 653 
12 957 
12 063 

18 153 

23 518 

557 067 

161 608 

117 979 

52 161 
21 536 
16 726 
15 261 



16 612 
19 256 
85 796 

26 112 
II 006 

27 177 
63 627 
15 179 
22 187 
15 165 

11 797 
15 103 
19 180 

28 201 
53 100 



16 111 

10 132 
15 lie 
52 816 
19 812 

11 260 
11 708 

17 '975 
10 015 
57 967 

32 719 

10 006 

62 866 

17 656 

35 161 

10 096 

67 899 

17 575 

126 706 

32 275 



Par 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 



1 


3 72 


2 


207 


1 


121 


1 


833 


2 


198 


1 


691 


2 


213 


I 


911 


2 


762 


2 


036 


1 


062 


2 


300 


3 


615 



2 


503 


2 


630 


6 


711 


1 


918 


2 


073 


2 


520 




918 


2 


531 


2 


500 


2 


600 


3 


259 


2 


981 


2 


368 


1 


102 


2 


396 




250 




252 




811 




557 




eoo 


1 


907 


2 


210 


2 


565 


2 


135 




151 




951 




251 




290 




858 




696 




671 




185 




965 




276 




976 




605 




015 




265 




978 




752 




865 




081 




515 




036 




601 




811 




111 




611 




65P 




691 




560 




927 




282 




910 




511 




571 




767 




921 




380 



'Sales total for pari in Eau Claire County only. Two eslablisliments are m Chippewa County, with sales figure wittiheli). " Revised. 



1-134 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 15 Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More Ranked by Volume 

of Sales: 1963-Continued 





Sales 


Population 


Per 
capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


State and city 


Sales 


Population 


Per 


state and city 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


Rank 


Amount 
($1,000) 


capita 
sales 

(dollars) 


Wl SCONS IN — CONTINUED 
MARINETTE 


''l 253 
"■l 050 
•■l 192 
"■l 192 
13 

ri 015 

ri 615 

■■103 

■"206 

■■l 613 

"■118 
"■l 323 
^l 397 
■■l 016 

1-738 


23 675 
30 152 
11 978 
25 701 
1 076 175 

30 660 

6 957 
78 117 

131 772 

7 Oil 

70 692 
21 316 
18 800 

31 733 
15 018 


13 329 
11 153 
11 617 

16 276 
711 321 

18 057 
15 788 
15 110 
89 111 
10 065 

15 717 
15 990 
20 307 

17 837 
33 563 


1 776 

2 152 
1 023 
1 106 
1 152 

1 698 

111 

1 732 

1 512 

697 

1 515 

1 311 

926 

1 779 

1 311 


Wl SCONS 1 N— CONT 1 NUED 
TWO RIVERS 


■■l 189 

■■l 178 

551 

■■571 

"■216 

261 

■"1 171 

■•907 

■•133 

■•106 

''l 110 

"■l 277 

"■l 187 


15 163 

26 030 

60 355 

■■58 016 

111 299 

108 017 
15 615 
55 179 

72 750 
77 967 
26 395 
22 722 
25 792 


12 393 

13 913 

30 001 

31 913 
56 923 

68 157 
18 390 
15 012 

38 930 
13 505 
17 520 

10 371 

11 651 


1 225 


MARSHFIELD7 


WATERTOWN 


1 867 




WAUKESHA 


■"2 012 




















NEW BERLIN 


WHITEFISH BAY 


851 




WISCONSIN RAPIDS 

WYOMING 








ST. TRANCIS 








SHOREWOOD 


CHEYENNE 


1 792 






1 621 












2 211 









Sales total lot part in Wood County only. One establishment is in Mataltion County. Willi sales figure withheld, '' Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-135 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 





United States 


' 

All SMSA's combined 


Remainder ot United States 


Area and city size 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab 




Payroll, 


Estab- 






Payroll, 


llSll' 


Sales 


entire 


lish 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 






year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 


UNITED STATES TOTAL ■■■• . 


1 707 931 
262 592 


211 201 777 
12 936 361 


27 651 98B 
5 762 206 


1 oil 016 
252 592 


169 806 197 
12 936 361 


20 157 101 
5 752 208 


596 885 


71 395 


560 


7 171 581 


CITIES WITH — 500i000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250i000 TO 1(99.999 INHABITANTS. 


95 998 


18 175 362 


2 133 136 


95 998 


18 175 352 


2 133 136 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS. 


112 631 


20 581 071 


2 511 802 


112 531 


20 561 071 


2 511 802 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


127 539 


23 167 173 


2 756 191 


127 539 


23 167 173 


2 756 191 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. . 


138 670 


21 231 830 


2 787 157 


65 183 


12 115 809 


1 116 181 


73 187 


11 789 


021 


1 371 276 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. . 


186 155 


29 290 283 


3 169 056 


73 156 


13 101 066 


1 135 372 


112 599 


16 166 


197 


1 733 681 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


136 650 


18 121 113 


1 621 161 


15 115 


6 865 221 


721 675 


91 231 


11 258 


219 


1 099 769 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


111 738 


12 923 211 


1 205 283 


28 256 


3 656 170 


356 161 


63 182 


9 267 


071 


819 119 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES * 


535 955 


51 165 007 


5 152 791 


199 672 


28 570 935 


3 032 075 


336 263 


25 895 


072 


2 120 7 16 










LUMBER. 


BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM 


EQUIPMENT DEALERS (SIC 521 






UNITED STATES TOTAL 


92 703 


11 605 635 


1 727 252 


13 139 


7 212 609 


931 185 


19 561 


7 363 


027 


795 757 


CITIES *ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


7 831 


1 083 021 


111 895 


7 631 


1 083 021 


111 895 










250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 371 


609 827 


81 906 


3 371 


609 827 


81 908 


_ 




_ 


_ 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 257 


658 151 


115 130 


1 257 


658 151 


115 130 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. • 


1 966 


969 383 


131 972 


1 966 


969 383 


131 972 


_ 




» 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. . 


6 251 


1 161 761 


156 572 


2 905 


191 127 


68 332 


3 319 


570 


337 


88 210 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. . 


10 297 


1 900 181 


238 370 


3 710 


671 516 


67 093 


6 557 


1 228 


633 


151 277 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


9 027 


1 175 562 


175 551 


2 617 


121 703 


51 287 


6 360 


1 050 


879 


121 267 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


8 517 


1 291 579 


139 513 


1 850 


271 167 


32 257 


6 687 


1 020 


112 


107 285 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


38 153 


5 219 715 


510 308 


11 552 


1 655 879 


212 511 


26 591 


3 392 


666 


327 697 










LUMBER. AND 


OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS (SIC 521) 








UNITED STATES TOTAL >■■.■■■... 


26 979 
1 751 


7 022 718 
521 991 


876 167 

69 837 


13 115 
1 751 


1 010 591 
521 991 


511 797 
69 837 


15 563 


2 982 


157 


361 370 


WII.I^U J 1 f^ ) ^ J IVIM^ • . . . . . . . . . 

CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS. 


969 


317 581 


16 207 


969 


317 561 


15 207 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 327 


192 131 


53 685 


1 327 


192 131 


63 565 


- 




_ 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 538 


517 697 


72 239 


1 538 


517 597 


72 239 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 001 


621 998 


62 120 


699 


280 039 


38 052 


1 105 


311 


959 


11 056 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 222 


910 159 


116 190 


1 190 


361 319 


16 969 


2 032 


526 


110 


67 221 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 729 


619 587 


85 626 


815 


210 371 


31 510 


1 681 


109 


215 


51 116 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 671 


531 207 


65 318 


616 


152 832 


16 597 


2 026 


376 


375 


15 721 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES .......... 


12 755 


2 393 791 


271 913 


1 211 


1 070 291 


125 691 


8 511 


1 323 


197 


119 252 










HE 


ATINGi PLUMB 


ING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL 


STORES (SIC 


522-521) 








UNITED STATES TOTAL 


17 767 
2 376 


1 397 339 
212 787 


211 056 
35 057 


11 013 
2 376 


1 002 602 
212 767 


151 158 
35 057 


5 721 


391 


537 


59 596 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 001 


106 079 


18 977 


1 001 


108 079 


18 977 


- 




. 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 369 


153 006 


21 615 


1 369 


153 006 


21 515 


. 




_ 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 652 


163 661 


26 113 


1 652 


163 861 


25 113 


- 




. 


. 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 076 


181 783 


29 117 


965 


82 516 


12 155 


1 091 


102 


265 


15 652 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 816 


210 136 


32 607 


1 087 


90 133 


13 635 


1 729 


120 


003 


18 972 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 803 


103 119 


11 672 


507 


39 230 


5 721 


1 196 


63 


669 


9 118 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 070 


15 707 


5 355 


257 


11 883 


1 760 


803 


33 


821 


1 596 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


3 601 


185 561 


26 312 


1 595 


111 005 


16 082 


1 905 


71 


556 


10 230 














HARDWARE STORES (SIC 


5251) 










UNITED STATES TOTAL 


29 595 
3 607 


2 559 577 
297 503 


301 516 
37 751 


15 127 
3 607 


1 103 111 
297 503 


177 510 
37 751 


11 168 


1 156 


563 


127 006 


CITIES WITH ~ 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 267 


115 202 


15 223 


1 267 


115 202 


15 223 


- 




_ 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 327 


137 030 


17 573 


1 327 


137 030 


17 573 


- 




. 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 186 


172 980 


23 959 


1 166 


172 980 


23 959 


_ 




_ 


_ 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 651 


207 235 


28 575 


881 


100 172 


11 136 


770 


106 


763 


11 139 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 716 


326 695 


12 991 


1 161 


130 811 


17 200 


1 532 


197 


881 


25 791 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 719 


257 196 


32 502 


932 


87 300 


10 961 


1 787 


160 


196 


21 538 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 835 


235 951 


25 686 


715 


55 150 


6 175 


2 119 


179 


791 


19 213 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


11 987 


797 582 


80 271 


3 727 


305 653 


31 219 


8 260 


191 


929 


16 022 










FA 


RM EQUIPMENT DEALERS (S 


IC 5252) 










UNITED STATES TOTAL 


16 352 

67 


3 625 072 
17 737 


332 163 

2 210 


3 553 

87 


796 302 
17 737 


81 690 
2 210 


12 609 


2 829 


770 


217 793 


CITIES WITH ~ 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS. 


131 


38 965 


1 501 


131 


38 965 


1 501 


. 




_ 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS. 


231 


75 981 


9 227 


231 


75 961 


9 227 


_ 




_ 


_ 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


290 


81 615 


9 661 


290 


81 615 


9 661 


- 




« 


« 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. . 


523 


117 718 


16 760 


110 


31 398 


3 669 


383 


116 


350 


13 091 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 513 


150 891 


16 579 


279 


66 052 


7 289 


1 261 


361 


839 


39 290 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 775 


155 380 


12 552 


263 


57 802 


6 089 


1 513 


397 


576 


36 153 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 968 


181 711 


12 181 


231 


53 592 


5 125 


1 737 


126 


119 


36 756 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


9 610 


1 872 811 


156 762 






36 589 


7 912 


1 502 


681 


122 193 




^"' '" 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Witliheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



1-136 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 





United states 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of United States 


Area and city size 


Estab- 






Payroll, 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab- 






Payroll, 


lish- 


Sales 




entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 




ments 






year 


ments 




year 


ments 






year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* (SIC 53 PART*) 


UNITED STATES TOTAL ■•••••••■• 


62 063 

6 465 


30 002 
6 451 


764 
915 


4 183 802 
1 065 883 


28 825 
6 465 


23 852 290 
6 451 915 


3 417 983 
1 065 883 


33 


238 


6 150 


474 


765 819 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250i000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 554 


3 265 


917 


519 429 


2 554 


3 265 917 


519 429 




- 




_ 


. 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 178 


3 489 


995 


513 557 


3 178 


3 489 995 


513 557 




- 




_ 


. 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. • 


3 822 


3 566 


686 


485 976 


3 822 


3 555 586 


485 976 




_ 




- 


_ 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


4 514 


3 337 


862 


450 801 


1 930 


1 701 316 


211 883 


2 


584 


1 635 


545 


236 916 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


6 637 


3 156 


665 


407 927 


2 283 


1 498 790 


179 685 


4 


354 


1 657 


875 


228 242 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


5 569 


1 315 


146 


167 578 


1 547 


530 149 


65 684 


4 


022 


784 


997 


101 694 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


4 986 


724 


444 


83 725 


958 


214 980 


24 546 


4 


018 


509 


464 


59 179 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


24 338 


4 694 


134 


488 926 


5 078 


3 132 542 


351 340 


18 


260 


1 551 


592 


137 585 














DEPARTMENT STORES (SIC 


531) 












UNITED STATES TOTAL 


4 251 


20 537 


280 


2 941 941 


2 974 


18 368 275 


2 638 070 


1 


277 


1 

2 169 


005 


303 871 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


431 


5 314 


486 


894 268 


431 


5 314 486 


894 258 












250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


338 


2 669 


381 


433 150 


338 


2 669 381 


433 150 




- 




. 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


479 


2 810 


018 


411 526 


479 


2 810 018 


411 526 




- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


665 


2 741 


237 


365 143 


555 


2 741 237 


355 143 




- 




- 


. 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


805 


2 332 


503 


306 339 


307 


1 255 295 


148 439 




498 


1 057 


208 


157 900 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


764 


1 725 


448 


213 480 


227 


995 112 


110 330 




537 


730 


336 


103 150 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


218 


391 


448 


47 805 


79 


251 162 


27 725 




139 


140 


265 


20 080 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


54 


124 


863 


12 696 


25 


81 717 


8 335 




26 


43 


146 


4 361 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES . . . 


497 


2 427 


896 


257 534 


422 


2 239 867 


239 154 




75 


168 


029 


18 380 








LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES (SIC 533) 




UNITED STATES TOTAL 


22 378 
2 499 


4 538 
599 


345 
267 


710 183 
104 992 


11 585 
2 499 


2 971 450 
599 267 


489 838 
104 992 


10 


693 


1 556 


895 


220 345 


CITIES *ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 059 


316 


261 


53 580 


1 059 


316 251 


53 580 




_ 




_ 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 397 


403 


224 


69 815 


1 397 


403 224 


59 815 




. 




- 


. 


50.000 TO 99,999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 508 


470 


139 


78 379 


1 508 


470 139 


78 379 




- 




. 


_ 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 729 


535 


450 


86 228 


756 


232 798 


38 129 




973 


302 


652 


48 099 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 643 


710 


103 


108 532 


1 017 


278 999 


43 141 


1 


626 


431 


104 


65 391 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 467 


451 


875 


64 280 


752 


152 810 


22 902 


1 


715 


299 


065 


41 376 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 379 


280 


597 


37 076 


499 


70 118 


10 053 


1 


880 


210 


479 


27 013 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


6 697 


771 


429 


107 201 


2 198 


447 834 


68 737 


4 


499 


323 


595 


38 464 














MISCELLANE 


OUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


STORES (SIC 539 










UNITED STATES TOTAL 


35 434 


4 927 


139 


531 578 


14 165 


2 512 555 


290 075 


21 


256 


2 414 


574 


241 603 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


3 535 


538 


162 


65 623 


3 535 


538 162 


66 623 












250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 157 


280 


275 


32 599 


1 157 


280 275 


32 599 




. 




_ 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 302 


276 


753 


32 216 


1 302 


276 753 


32 216 




« 




_ 


_ 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 649 


355 


310 


42 454 


1 549 


355 310 


42 454 




- 




_ 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 980 


469 


909 


58 234 


857 


203 223 


25 315 


1 


113 


256 


586 


32 919 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 230 


721 


114 


85 915 


1 039 


224 679 


25 214 


2 


191 


496 


435 


59 701 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 884 


471 


823 


55 493 


716 


125 177 


15 057 


2 


166 


345 


546 


40 436 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 553 


318 


984 


33 953 


443 


53 145 


6 148 


2 


110 


255 


839 


27 805 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


17 144 


1 494 


809 


124 191 


3 458 


444 841 


43 449 


13 


686 


1 049 


958 


80 742 














FOOD STORES (SIC 5 


4) 












UNITED STATES TOTAL 


319 433 


57 079 


186 


4 248 774 


181 992 


39 437 008 


3 149 493 


137 


441 


17 542 


178 


1 099 281 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


57 304 


9 459 


108 


802 186 


57 304 


9 459 108 


802 186 












250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


15 752 


3 562 


127 


280 665 


15 752 


3 562 127 


280 665 




- 




_ 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


18 701 


4 110 


242 


321 748 


18 701 


4 110 242 


321 748 




. 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


20 968 


4 899 


912 


391 262 


20 958 


4 899 912 


391 252 




_ 




_ 


. 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


21 418 


5 448 


358 


426 149 


10 198 


2 938 227 


241 765 


11 


220 


2 510 


131 


184 364 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


29 364 


7 202 


877 


543 520 


11 413 


3 486 978 


284 897 


17 


951 


3 715 


899 


258 623 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


21 919 


4 639 


258 


329 222 


7 187 


1 951 854 


151 036 


14 


732 


2 587 


404 


176 185 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


17 962 


3 241 


921 


218 476 


4 588 


1 022 705 


74 629 


13 


274 


2 219 


216 


143 847 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES • . 


116 045 


14 515 


383 


935 545 


35 781 


8 005 855 


601 304 


80 


264 


6 509 


528 


334 24 1 












GROCERY ST 


ORES. INCLUDING DELICAT 


ESSENS (SIC 


541) 










UNITED STATES TOTAL .......... 


244 838 
33 734 


52 565 
7 929 


955 
421 


3 693 274 
619 133 


124 415 
33 734 


35 705 452 
7 929 421 


2 680 539 
619 133 


120 


423 


16 660 


493 


1 012 735 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


11 212 


3 283 


692 


243 399 


U 212 


3 283 592 


243 399 




- 




_ 


_ 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


13 652 


3 791 


956 


279 579 


13 652 


3 791 956 


279 579 




_ 




_ 


_ 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


14 851 


4 508 


818 


339 737 


14 861 


4 508 818 


339 737 




_ 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


15 606 


5 067 


883 


374 537 


6 757 


2 692 994 


209 264 


8 


639 


2 374 


889 


155 273 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


22 639 


6 791 


032 


489 769 


7 880 


3 243 541 


251 911 


14 


759 


3 547 


491 


237 858 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


17 467 


4 399 


677 


299 960 


5 053 


1 819 227 


134 241 


12 


414 


2 580 


450 


165 719 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


14 855 


3 090 


170 


201 087 


3 555 


960 270 


56 937 


11 


290 


2 129 


900 


134 150 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


100 812 


13 703 


306 


846 073 


1 27 691 


7 475 543 


536 338 


73 


121 


6 227 


763 


309 735 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-137 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 





United States 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of United States 


Area and city size 


Estab- 
listi 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 




merits 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 






year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 1 


($1,000) 




MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOOI MARKETS ISIC 542) 






UNITED STATES TOTAL •••••••■■• 


20 087 
8 101 


1 705 480 
684 793 


136 505 
55 789 


15 953 
8 101 


1 440 897 
584 793 


118 093 
55 789 


4 124 


264 


583 


18 412 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250t000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 052 


92 363 


7 661 


1 052 


92 353 


7 661 


- 




" 


" 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 106 


110 177 


8 791 


1 106 


110 177 


8 791 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 443 


138 524 


11 286 


1 443 


138 524 


11 286 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 362 


131 558 


10 728 


819 


82 290 


5 835 


543 


49 


268 


3 892 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 431 


129 519 


10 020 


781 


78 533 


5 455 


650 


50 


986 


3 555 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


996 


80 154 


5 032 


477 


45 013 


3 442 


519 


35 


141 


2 590 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


698 


47 817 


3 221 


231 


19 344 


1 359 


467 


28 


473 


1 862 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES • • • 


3 898 


290 575 


21 977 


1 953 


189 860 


15 464 


1 945 


100 


715 


5 513 


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FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS (SIC 543) 








UNITED STATES TOTAL •■••••■«■• 


8 874 
2 575 


412 292 
127 330 


27 620 
9 398 


6 413 
2 576 


321 633 
127 330 


22 913 
9 398 


2 451 


90 


659 


4 707 


CITIES *ITH — 50O1OOO OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250t000 TO U99t999 INHABITANTS. 


504 


21 908 


1 381 


504 


21 908 


1 381 


- 




- 


- 


lOOiOOO TO 2a9t999 INHABITANTS. 


550 


25 126 


1 798 


550 


25 126 


1 798 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


655 


38 591 


2 711 


555 


38 591 


2 711 


- 




- 


~ 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


520 


26 444 


1 834 


270 


15 912 


1 160 


250 


10 


532 


674 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


579 


40 493 


2 601 


302 


20 868 


1 454 


377 


19 


525 


1 147 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


436 


19 531 


1 185 


170 


8 794 


564 


265 


in 


737 


621 


2.500 TO «.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


336 


13 473 


799 


132 


6 063 


444 


204 


7 


410 


355 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ■•■..•■■.* 


2 517 


99 396 


5 913 


1 253 


57 041 


4 003 


1 354 


42 


355 


1 910 


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CANDY. 


NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES (SIC 5441 






UNITED ^TATF^i TOTAL ■■>.■■■■■■ 


14 979 
5 611 


499 268 
191 535 


45 897 
15 372 


12 177 
5 611 


421 830 
191 535 


38 566 
15 372 


2 802 


77 


438 


7 331 


CITIES WITH -- 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


995 


35 131 


3 622 


995 


35 131 


3 622 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 138 


35 308 


3 763 


1 138 


35 308 


3 763 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 294 


47 815 


4 980 


1 294 


47 815 


4 980 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 187 


42 791 


3 993 


700 


28 665 


2 495 


487 


14 


126 


1 497 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 268 


37 031 


3 544 


653 


21 145 


1 881 


615 


15 


885 


1 563 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. • . 


752 


21 772 


2 090 


415 


13 618 


1 277 


347 


8 


154 


813 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


530 


15 070 


1 309 


205 


5 122 


477 


325 


9 


948 


832 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ■*• 


2 194 


71 815 


7 224 


1 156 


42 491 


4 698 


1 028 


29 


324 


2 525 


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01 


FHER FOOD STORES (SIC 51 


5-5491 








UNITED STATES TOTAL ■•••■•.■■■ 


30 555 
7 282 


1 895 191 
526 029 


345 478 
101 494 


J 

23 024 
7 282 


1 547 185 
526 029 


289 382 
101 494 


7 631 


349 


005 


55 096 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 989 


129 033 


24 603 


1 989 


129 033 


24 503 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 255 


146 575 


27 817 


2 255 


146 675 


27 817 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 714 


166 154 


32 548 


2 714 


166 154 


32 546 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 743 


179 682 


35 057 


1 542 


118 365 


22 009 


1 101 


61 


316 


13 048 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 347 


204 802 


37 585 


1 797 


122 891 


23 185 


1 550 


81 


911 


14 400 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 258 


118 124 


19 955 


1 072 


55 202 


11 512 


1 185 


52 


922 


8 443 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 543 


75 391 


12 050 


555 


31 906 


5 412 


988 


43 


485 


6 648 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ■■■•>■■■■■ 


6 524 


350 291 


54 358 


3 718 


240 920 


40 801 


2 805 


109 


371 


13 557 


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AU 


rOMOTIVE DEALERS (SIC 5 


5 EX.5541 








UNITED STATES TOTAL 


98 514 
7 730 


45 375 290 
6 230 754 


4 111 175 
575 584 


51 038 

7 730 


30 785 559 
5 230 754 


2 843 183 

575 584 


47 476 


14 590 


621 


1 257 993 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


5 258 


3 714 053 


354 327 


5 258 


3 714 053 


354 327 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


6 450 


4 182 421 


400 523 


5 460 


4 182 421 


400 523 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


7 512 


4 833 558 


462 978 


7 512 


4 833 568 


462 978 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


9 230 


5 293 100 


497 969 


4 031 


2 802 048 


255 411 


5 199 


2 491 


052 


242 558 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


13 432 


5 110 574 


555 818 


4 489 


2 628 812 


239 450 


8 943 


3 481 


752 


327 358 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


10 435 


3 857 983 


334 746 


2 825 


1 359 420 


118 419 


7 610 


2 498 


553 


216 327 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


8 724 


2 839 643 


232 550 


1 800 


770 478 


52 475 


6 924 


2 069 


165 


170 084 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ■■■•■■■... 


29 733 


8 314 184 


685 571 


10 933 


4 254 105 


373 905 


18 BOO 


4 050 


079 


311 566 


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GASOLIN 


E SERVICE STATIONS (SIC 


55 PT. (5541 1 




UNITED STATES TOTAL •••■ 


211 473 
18 568 


17 759 917 
2 077 825 


1 510 201 
205 748 


115 621 
18 568 


11 248 418 
2 077 825 


1 022 343 
205 748 


95 852 


6 511 


499 


487 858 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


11 431 


1 110 527 


110 853 


11 431 


1 110 527 


110 853 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


13 562 


1 250 519 


114 357 


13 562 


1 250 519 


114 357 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


14 515 


1 413 155 


128 545 


14 515 


1 413 155 


128 545 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


15 550 


1 527 788 


137 858 


7 533 


780 832 


72 028 


8 917 


746 


956 


55 840 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


24 030 


2 112 890 


183 523 


9 258 


952 975 


85 535 


14 772 


1 159 


915 


97 987 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


17 825 


1 428 192 


117 057 


5 810 


547 793 


47 473 


12 015 


880 


399 


69 594 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


15 085 


1 151 799 


88 815 


4 023 


349 320 


28 122 


11 052 


802 


479 


50 594 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


1 79 705 


5 687 212 


422 303 


30 620 


2 765 462 


228 560 


49 085 


2 921 


750 


193 743 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



1-138 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 





United states 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of United States 


Area and city size 


Estab- 
listi- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 




year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 








APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 


(SIC 55) 








UNITED STATES TOTAL 


116 223 


14 039 979 


1 957 265 


75 510 


10 526 420 


1 540 602 


39 713 


3 513 559 


415 653 


CITIES WITH — 500i000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


24 798 


3 419 514 


533 875 


24 798 


3 419 614 


533 875 


- 


- 


- 


25O1OOO TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


6 539 


1 115 818 


178 845 


6 539 


1 115 818 


178 845 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


8 955 


1 369 504 


207 409 


8 955 


1 359 504 


207 409 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


10 648 


1 607 328 


230 425 


10 646 


1 507 328 


230 425 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


12 131 


1 622 030 


225 048 


5 812 


807 354 


113 271 


6 319 


814 576 


112 777 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


15 340 


1 788 928 


228 342 


5 954 


728 105 


94 352 


9 385 


1 050 823 


133 980 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


10 739 


950 052 


110 185 


3 393 


313 503 


37 307 


7 346 


646 549 


72 879 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


7 993 


553 578 


58 088 


1 754 


122 033 


13 059 


5 239 


441 545 


45 019 


RPMATNHFR OF UNTTFn STATED ■■••■*■•*• 


19 080 


1 592 127 


184 045 


8 657 


1 042 151 


132 037 


10 423 


549 965 


52 008 


KtriHllNUCR Ur UIMittU 3IMILS • • » • • * • • • • 








MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS (SIC 


551'567] 






UNITED STATES TOTAL 


22 451 
5 675 


2 910 442 
839 785 


432 792 
140 749 


15 860 
5 575 


2 289 025 

839 785 


357 873 

140 749 


5 591 


621 417 


74 919 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 445 


223 488 


38 156 


1 445 


223 488 


38 165 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 868 


306 839 


48 745 


1 858 


306 839 


48 745 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 176 


337 671 


50 530 


2 175 


337 571 


50 530 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 427 


352 221 


53 008 


I 202 


181 239 


28 383 


1 225 


170 982 


24 625 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 978 


338 343 


42 993 


1 184 


143 208 


18 402 


1 794 


195 135 


24 591 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 887 


157 269 


18 153 


531 


57 536 


5 445 


1 256 


109 533 


11 709 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 317 


86 535 


8 456 


324 


21 272 


2 125 


993 


57 353 


6 341 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ■■■•■■■■. 


2 677 


255 191 


31 982 


1 354 


177 887 


24 328 


1 323 


78 304 


7 554 


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WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES (SIC 552-3.558) 


UNITED STATES TOTAL • 


44 412 
10 372 


5 592 283 
1 542 177 


802 971 
243 885 


30 585 
10 372 


4 499 201 
1 542 177 


657 445 
243 885 


13 827 


1 093 082 


135 525 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS 


2 399 


445 552 


71 680 


2 399 


445 552 


71 580 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


3 504 


586 914 


91 298 


3 504 


586 914 


91 298 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


4 415 


717 908 


104 357 


4 415 


717 908 


104 357 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


4 912 


627 339 


87 575 


2 359 


310 014 


42 731 


2 553 


317 325 


44 844 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


5 818 


541 441 


84 385 


2 337 


299 905 


39 709 


3 481 


341 535 


44 576 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 927 


300 315 


34 814 


1 341 


120 838 


14 594 


2 585 


179 477 


20 220 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 579 


154 385 


16 100 


608 


42 492 


4 831 


2 071 


111 893 


11 269 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


5 385 


575 152 


58 877 


3 250 


433 301 


54 360 


3 135 


142 851 


14 517 


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WOME 


N'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES (SIC 552) 








UNITED ^TATFS TOTAL ■■■•■••■■ 


29 696 

5 464 


4 427 797 
1 156 152 


646 449 
193 274 


18 912 

5 454 


3 522 124 
1 156 162 


534 186 
193 274 


10 784 


905 573 


112 263 


CITIES *1TH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




250.000 TO aqg.^gg inhabitants 


1 554 


375 023 


61 327 


1 554 


376 023 


61 327 


- 


- 


- 


lOOtOOO TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


2 258 


475 420 


74 555 


2 258 


475 420 


74 555 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 905 


577 925 


84 433 


2 905 


577 926 


84 433 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 342 


498 185 


70 020 


1 535 


235 531 


32 975 


1 807 


261 555 


37 045 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


4 261 


523 946 


58 481 


1 590 


237 524 


31 460 


2 671 


285 322 


37 021 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 127 


246 386 


28 350 


971 


90 447 


10 788 


2 155 


155 939 


17 572 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. • 


2 155 


124 513 


12 915 


445 


33 045 


3 760 


1 721 


9' 458 


9 155 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES .... 


4 519 


438 235 


53 084 


2 190 


327 845 


41 614 


2 429 


Un 389 


11 470 








WOM 


EN'S ACCESSO 


RY. SPECIALTY STORES' F 


URRIERS (SI 


: 563.558) 


T 




UNITED STATES TOTAL 


14 715 
4 908 


1 154 485 
375 015 


156 522 
50 511 


11 573 

4 908 


977 077 
375 015 


133 259 
50 511 


3 043 


187 409 


23 253 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS 


845 


59 629 


10 353 


845 


59 529 


10 353 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


1 246 


110 494 


15 743 


I 245 


110 494 


15 743 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 510 


139 982 


19 924 


1 510 


139 982 


19 924 


- 


- 


- 


25tO00 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 570 


129 153 


17 555 


824 


73 383 


9 755 


746 


55 770 


7 799 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 557 


117 495 


15 904 


747 


62 281 


8 249 


810 


55 214 


7 555 


5.000 TO 9i999 INHABITANTS. . 


800 


53 929 


6 454 


370 


30 391 


3 805 


430 


23 538 


2 648 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


513 


29 872 


3 185 


153 


9 447 


1 071 


350 


2n 425 


2 114 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ■■..>>■>■ 


1 767 


137 917 


15 793 


1 050 


105 455 


12 745 


707 


32 452 


3 047 


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F 


AHILY CLOTHING-STORES ( 


SIC 565) 








UNITED STATES TOTAL ■• 


18 139 
2 485 


2 701 282 
357 794 


346 759 
53 084 


8 457 
2 485 


1 514 993 
357 794 


211 234 
53 084 


9 682 


1 185 289 


135 525 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS 


778 


219 341 


35 285 


778 


219 341 


35 285 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


938 


194 052 


27 754 


938 


194 052 


27 764 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


948 


219 552 


30 353 


948 


219 552 


30 353 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 155 


292 259 


39 330 


529 


141 204 


19 101 


526 


151 055 


20 229 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 911 


427 950 


53 136 


592 


113 214 


13 920 


1 319 


314 735 


39 215 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. • 


2 012 


314 030 


37 319 


439 


64 513 


7 645 


1 573 


249 517 


29 574 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 296 


243 280 


25 175 


383 


34 593 


3 523 


1 913 


208 587 


22 553 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


5 516 


433 004 


43 312 


1 365 


170 520 


19 459 


4 251 


262 384 


23 853 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-139 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 





United states 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of United States 


Area and city size 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 

entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 






year 




(numtier) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 










SHOE STORES (SIC 566) 










UNITED ^TATF5 TOTfll .■■•■■>.■> 


24 558 
4 910 


2 390 288 
576 870 


325 777 
84 716 


17 106 
4 910 


1 875 014 
575 870 


254 355 
84 715 


7 462 


515 


274 


61 422 


CITIES WITH — 500iOOO OR MORE INHABIT4NTS . . 




25O1OOO TO 499.999 INH4BITANT5. 


1 585 


200 893 


29 520 


1 586 


200 893 


29 520 


- 




- 


- 


lOOiOOO TO 249.999 INH4BIT4NTS. 


2 208 


246 251 


35 361 


2 208 


245 251 


35 351 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INH4BI T4NTS. . 


2 529 


282 577 


39 368 


2 529 


282 577 


39 358 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 935 


292 587 


39 515 


1 373 


141 554 


19 175 


1 563 


151 


033 


20 441 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 547 


314 537 


40 892 


1 399 


138 942 


18 663 


2 148 


175 


595 


22 229 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. • • 


2 167 


143 811 


15 670 


709 


54 854 


7 043 


1 458 


88 


957 


9 627 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. • • 


1 269 


64 218 


5 213 


331 


18 583 


1 968 


958 


45 


535 


4 245 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


3 396 


268 544 


33 421 


2 061 


214 390 


28 541 


I 335 


54 


154 


4 880 








OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES ISIC 564.559) 




UNITED STATES TOTAL 


6 653 
1 356 


445 584 
102 988 


48 966 
11 441 


4 502 
1 355 


348 187 
102 988 


39 695 

11 441 


2 151 


97 


497 


9 271 


CITIES »ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 1,'JHAB I TANTS. 


330 


27 444 


3 195 


330 


27 444 


3 195 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


437 


35 448 


4 241 


437 


35 448 


4 241 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


580 


49 510 


5 818 


580 


49 510 


5 818 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


701 


57 614 


6 519 


349 


33 343 


3 881 


352 


24 


271 


2 638 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 086 


55 557 


5 935 


442 


32 835 


3 668 


544 


33 


821 


3 258 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


746 


34 627 


3 230 


273 


15 562 


1 580 


473 


18 


965 


1 650 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


412 


13 060 


1 133 


108 


4 893 


522 


304 


8 


167 


611 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


1 005 


58 235 


5 453 


527 


45 963 


5 349 


378 


12 


273 


1 104 












FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


(SIC 57) 








UNITED STATES TOTAL .. 


93 649 
14 349 


10 925 843 
2 167 375 


1 535 773 
311 970 


58 789 
14 349 


8 062 365 
2 187 376 


1 155 717 
311 970 


34 850 


2 853 


478 


380 056 


CITIES »ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


5 751 


930 980 


143 991 


5 751 


930 980 


143 991 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


7 385 


1 178 056 


179 170 


7 385 


1 178 055 


179 170 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


8 411 


1 230 570 


181 478 


8 411 1 1 230 570 


181 478 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


9 695 


1 219 487 


179 548 


4 528 


505 579 


86 158 


5 167 


513 


908 


93 390 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


12 545 


1 347 615 


187 121 


4 853 


579 171 


78 051 


7 592 


768 


444 


109 070 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


6 542 


741 587 


95 091 


2 714 


259 548 


33 357 


5 828 


482 


139 


62 724 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


6 374 


473 870 


57 585 


1 428 


116 716 


14 010 


4 946 


357 


154 


43 575 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


20 595 


1 516 202 


198 718 


9 369 


974 369 


127 522 


11 227 


64 1 


833 


71 195 












FURNITU 


RE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES ISIC 571) 








UNITED STATES TOTAL .... 


54 889 
9 627 


5 825 198 

1 435 914 


1 007 533 
214 999 


35 055 
9 527 


5 110 659 

1 435 914 


775 455 
214 999 


18 824 


1 715 


529 


232 178 


CITIES »ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 454 


583 937 


94 557 


3 454 


583 937 


94 557 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


U 405 


744 371 


120 948 


4 405 


744 371 


120 948 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


4 926 


745 122 


117 115 


4 925 


746 122 


117 115 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


5 458 


737 070 


113 779 


2 587 


381 459 


57 557 


2 771 


355 


511 


55 122 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


5 837 


818 437 


118 971 


2 819 


354 154 


52 095 


4 018 


454 


283 


55 875 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


4 614 


455 834 


51 113 


1 517 


157 854 


21 497 


3 097 


297 


970 


39 615 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


3 355 


281 437 


34 493 


771 


70 156 


8 742 


2 585 


211 


281 


25 751 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


12 212 


1 023 076 


131 658 


5 859 


526 592 


87 844 


5 353 


395 


384 


43 814 


(*^■^^^ Am^hbi^ V" UI1XILL.' ^lMit-J • • • • • • • ■ • • 








HOUSEh 


OLD APPLIANC 


E. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 


(SIC 572. 


573) 






UNITED STATES TOTAL 


38 760 
4 722 


4 099 645 
751 462 


528 140 
95 971 


■ 

22 724 
4 722 


2 951 696 

751 462 


380 262 

96 971 


16 036 


1 147 


949 


147 878 


CITIES »ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 297 


347 043 


49 434 


2 297 


347 043 


49 434 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 981 


433 685 


58 222 


2 981 


433 685 


58 222 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 485 


484 448 


54 363 


3 485 


484 448 


54 353 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


4 237 


482 417 


65 769 


1 841 


224 120 


28 501 


2 396 


258 


297 


37 258 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


5 708 


529 178 


68 150 


2 034 


215 017 


25 955 


3 674 


314 


151 


42 195 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


3 928 


285 853 


34 978 


1 197 


101 684 j 11 870 


2 731 


184 


159 


23 108 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


3 018 


192 433 


23 193 


657 


46 560 


5 258 


2 351 


145 


873 


17 925 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


e 384 


593 126 


57 060 


3 510 


347 677 


39 578 


4 874 


245 


449 


27 382 








EATINSi DRINKING PLACES (SIC 58) 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


334 481 


18 412 414 


4 065 323 


214 1 82 


13 923 219 


3 215 82 6 


120 299 


4 489 


195 


849 497 


CITIES «ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


52 560 


4 648 272 


1 125 325 


62 560 


4 648 272 


1 125 326 










250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


21 778 


1 526 741 


355 331 


21 778 


1 526 741 


355 331 


- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


22 503 


1 392 101 


317 576 


22 603 


1 392 101 


317 576 


- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


25 601 


1 529 450 


344 619 


25 501 


1 529 450 


344 519 


- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


26 008 


1 471 737 


322 306 


12 403 


777 026 


176 576 


13 505 


594 


711 


145 730 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


32 756 


1 690 201 


352 912 


14 185 


849 244 


188 085 


18 570 


840 


957 


174 825 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


22 943 


1 021 622 


208 253 


8 710 


455 120 


99 317 


14 233 


555 


502 


108 935 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


18 815 


754 281 


145 369 


5 538 


258 186 


53 555 


13 277 


486 


095 


91 803 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


101 317 


4 378 009 


872 631 


40 703 


2 457 079 


544 429 


50 514 


1 910 


930 


328 202 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



1-140 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 





United states 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of United States 


Area and city size 


Estab- 
lish- 




Payroll, 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab- 






Payroll, 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 






year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




EATING PLACES (SIC 58121 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


223 876 


13 919 394 


3 371 270 


139 657 


10 587 363 


2 662 247 


84 


219 


3 332 


031 


709 023 


CITIES WITH ~ SOOiOOO OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


36 593 


3 515 026 


925 333 


38 593 


3 515 026 


925 333 




. 




- 


. 


250i000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


14 450 


1 150 448 


298 918 


14 450 


1 150 448 


298 918 




- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


15 634 


1 085 395 


268 499 


15 634 


1 085 395 


268 499 




- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


17 125 


1 153 943 


284 008 


17 126 


1 163 943 


284 008 




- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


17 524 


1 110 713 


255 603 


8 158 


589 086 


145 448 


9 


365 


521 


527 


120 155 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


23 019 


1 297 085 


303 455 


9 430 


542 955 


154 913 


13 


589 


654 


130 


148 553 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


16 169 


771 385 


173 442 


5 596 


338 845 


80 507 


10 


573 


432 


540 


92 835 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


13 322 


563 098 


120 856 


3 588 


195 345 


43 553 


9 


734 


367 


753 


77 203 


RFMAINDER OF UNITFD STATES .■•■■■■■■■ 


68 039 


3 262 301 


731 145 


27 082 


1 906 320 


460 868 


40 


957 


1 355 


981 


270 277 


.^ti*iH 1 iiL/^iA ^r UI. ii^Li -JIHii^j . a ■ ■ • a a • a a 










DRINKING 


PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) (SIC 


5813) 










UNITED STATES TOTAL a.a.aaaa*. 


110 605 
24 067 


4 493 020 
1 133 246 


694 053 
199 993 


74 525 
24 057 


3 335 856 
1 133 246 


553 579 
199 993 


36 


080 


1 157 


164 


140 474 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


7 328 


376 293 


57 413 


7 328 


376 293 


67 413 




- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


5 959 


305 705 


49 077 


5 959 


305 706 


49 077 




- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


e 475 


355 507 


60 611 


8 475 


355 507 


50 511 




- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


8 484 


361 024 


56 703 


4 245 


187 940 


31 128 


4 


239 


173 


084 


25 575 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


9 737 


393 116 


59 446 


4 756 


205 289 


33 173 


4 


981 


185 


827 


26 273 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


5 774 


250 237 


34 811 


3 114 


126 275 


18 710 


3 


650 


123 


962 


16 101 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


5 493 


191 183 


24 513 


1 950 


72 841 


9 913 


3 


543 


118 


342 


14 500 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ..a. 


33 278 


1 115 708 


141 485 


13 621 


560 759 


83 561 


19 


657 


554 


949 


57 925 


f^L.II»41IVh./^l\ VI V'^fAI^LJ ^IP^I^^ • • ■ 9 ■ m « ■ ■ ■ 










DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


(SIC 59PT. (59111 










UNITED STATES TOTAL ••••••••■• 


54 732 
9 961 


8 485 682 
1 581 514 


1 169 634 
223 307 


35 434 
9 951 


6 151 308 
1 581 514 


867 587 
223 307 


19 


298 


2 335 


374 


302 047 


CITIES AITH -- 500*000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499(999 INHABITANTS. 


3 678 


656 927 


97 013 


3 678 


656 927 


97 013 




- 




- 


- 


lOOtOOO TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


4 130 


724 184 


102 532 


4 130 


724 184 


102 532 




- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


4 539 


841 089 


120 023 


4 539 


841 089 


120 023 




- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


4 574 


897 448 


129 565 


2 223 


451 785 


66 472 


2 


351 


435 


663 


63 093 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


5 908 


1 061 752 


151 227 


2 495 


507 737 


72 138 


3 


413 


554 


015 


79 089 


5t000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


4 383 


655 158 


88 237 


1 578 


261 822 


35 989 


2 


805 


393 


345 


52 248 


2t500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


3 815 


475 520 


59 001 


1 004 


144 507 


18 745 


2 


811 


331 


013 


40 256 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES ■■■■■■■>■■ 


13 744 


1 592 980 


198 729 


5 825 


971 543 


131 368 


7 


918 


521 


337 


67 361 


r\t_M*^ll'iUL-»\ Wl vV^il^L/ JIMIl_.J . ■ . ■ . • ■ . . • 












DRUG STORES (SIC 591 


PT.l 












UNITED STATES TOTAL ...•• 


50 318 
9 402 


8 170 704 
1 521 943 


I 137 258 
216 545 


33 015 

9 402 


5 929 896 
1 521 943 


844 441 
215 545 


17 


302 


2 240 


808 


292 817 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 283 


639 629 


95 402 


3 283 


639 629 


95 402 




- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 833 


697 169 


99 679 


3 833 


697 159 


99 679 




- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


« 224 


807 782 


116 847 


4 224 


807 782 


115 847 




- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


4 243 


852 158 


125 884 


2 087 


442 422 


54 443 


2 


155 


419 


736 


61 441 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS, a 


5 528 


1 029 163 


147 554 


2 344 


493 799 


70 522 


3 


184 


535 


364 


76 932 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


4 157 


638 035 


85 351 


1 489 


253 875 


35 105 


2 


668 


384 


161 


51 246 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


3 575 


452 036 


57 653 


935 


139 290 


18 215 


2 


540 


322 


746 


39 438 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES a.... 


12 073 


1 512 788 


191 345 


5 419 


933 987 


127 583 


6 


654 


578 


801 


63 760 












F 


ROPRIETARY STORES (SIC 


591 PT.l 












UNITED STATES TOTAL •■• 


4 414 
559 


315 978 
59 671 


32 376 

5 762 


2 418 
559 


221 412 
59 671 


23 146 
6 752 


1 


996 


94 


556 


9 230 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . a 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


395 


17 298 


1 611 


395 


17 298 


1 611 




- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


297 


27 015 


2 853 


297 


27 015 


2 853 




- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


315 


33 307 


3 175 


315 


33 307 


3 175 




- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


331 


35 290 


3 681 


135 


19 363 


2 029 




195 


15 


927 


1 652 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


380 


32 589 


3 573 


151 


13 938 


1 516 




229 


18 


651 


2 157 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


226 


17 132 


1 886 


89 


7 947 


SS4 




137 


9 


185 


1 002 


2.600 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


240 


13 484 


1 348 


69 


5 217 


530 




171 


8 


267 


818 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


1 671 


80 192 


7 386 


407 


37 656 


3 785 


1 


264 


42 


535 


3 601 












0T^ 


ER RETAIL STORES (SIC S 


9 EX. 5911 












UNITED STATES TOTAL 


244 668 
39 856 


21 309 222 
3 901 192 


2 229 407 
458 361 


151 312 
39 856 


13 599 404 
3 901 192 


1 537 721 
458 361 


93 


556 


7 709 


818 


691 686 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


14 794 


1 322 043 


162 223 


14 794 


1 322 043 


162 223 




- 




- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


17 375 


1 547 140 


187 122 


17 375 


1 547 140 


187 122 




- 




- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. • 


19 966 


1 752 798 


206 771 


19 968 


1 752 798 


206 771 




- 




- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


21 282 


1 790 220 


203 051 


10 138 


849 490 


97 525 


11 


144 


940 


730 


105 525 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


27 455 


2 266 933 


229 746 


10 905 


905 917 


91 649 


15 


550 


1 360 


016 


138 097 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


19 697 


1 567 835 


148 115 


5 565 


525 111 


51 864 


13 


032 


1 04P 


724 


96 251 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


15 611 


1 237 431 


106 437 


3 902 


313 092 


28 156 


11 


709 


924 


339 


78 271 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


68 630 


5 923 630 


527 581 


27 709 


2 481 621 


254 040 


41 


121 


3 442 


009 


273 541 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) WiUiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available (X) Not applicable 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-141 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963- 



Continued 





United States 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of United States 


Area and city size 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab 




Payroll, 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish 


Sales 


entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 




year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




LIQUOR STORES (SIC 592) 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


40 188 
7 815 


5 189 219 
1 365 371 


321 959 
89 915 


27 252 
7 815 


4 059 072 
1 355 371 


256 759 

89 915 


12 936 


1 130 147 


55 210 


CITIES WITH — 500i000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250t000 TO a99t999 INHABITANTS. 


3 091 


415 836 


23 794 


3 091 


415 835 


23 794 




- 


- 


lOOiOOO TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 175 


433 496 


25 381 


3 176 


433 496 


25 381 


- 


- 


- 


SOiOOO TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 458 


480 384 


29 916 


3 458 


480 384 


29 916 


- 


. 


. 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 189 


440 211 


27 229 


1 575 


232 915 


15 242 


1 513 


207 295 


U 987 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 921 


513 537 


28 521 


1 733 


278 272 


15 414 


2 188 


235 355 


12 207 


6.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 556 


292 610 


17 342 


1 021 


148 151 


9 292 


1 535 


144 449 


8 050 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 144 


205 067 


12 029 


664 


78 511 


4 874 


1 490 


127 555 


7 155 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES .... 


10 838 


1 051 507 


57 742 


4 728 


535 125 


41 931 


6 110 


415 481 


25 811 












ANTKJUE 


STORES. SECONDHAND STORES (SIC 593) 






UNITED STATES TOTAL 


25 797 


903 364 


130 018 


16 532 


685 320 


105 689 


9 155 


1 

218 044 


24 329 


CITIES «ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


4 441 


221 723 


36 085 


4 441 


221 723 


35 085 








250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 106 


107 003 


17 920 


2 106 


107 003 


17 920 


. 


_ 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 029 


83 686 


13 475 


2 029 


83 586 


13 475 


_ 


_ 


_ 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 053 


79 221 


11 519 


2 063 


79 221 


11 519 


- 


_ 


. 


25.000 TO 49,999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 091 


78 478 


11 772 


946 


45 004 


7 184 


1 145 


33 474 


4 588 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 592 


78 455 


9 784 


950 


28 304 


3 889 


1 642 


50 152 


5 895 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 724 


42 148 


4 830 


553 


14 985 


1 815 


1 171 


27 152 


3 014 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 271 


27 392 


2 807 


337 


7 631 


842 


934 


19 761 


1 965 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES .... 


7 480 


185 257 


21 826 


3 207 


97 762 


12 959 


4 273 


87 495 


8 857 






BOOK. STATIONERY STORES (SIC 594) 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


8 821 


718 984 


101 955 


6 755 


575 141 


82 470 


2 055 


143 843 


19 485 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


2 412 


220 747 


32 841 


2 412 


220 747 


32 841 








250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


504 


42 855 


6 921 


504 


42 856 


6 921 


- 


-. 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


721 


77 506 


11 555 


721 


77 505 


11 565 


. 


. 


. 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


857 


75 756 


11 648 


857 


75 755 


11 648 


- 


. 


. 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


930 


85 167 


12 336 


513 


42 731 


5 976 


417 


42 436 


5 350 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 199 


100 821 


13 279 


537 


43 365 


5 302 


662 


57 455 


7 977 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


683 


37 387 


4 195 


278 


15 756 


1 524 


405 


21 631 


2 671 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


332 


14 435 


1 538 


113 


5 518 


539 


219 


8 817 


999 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


1 183 


54 309 


7 633 


830 


60 805 


6 054 


353 


13 504 


1 579 












SPORTING 


GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS (SIC 


595) 






UNITED STATES TOTAL . . . . 


12 809 
1 254 


761 947 
130 507 


82 817 
17 501 


7 972 

1 254 


568 504 
130 507 


66 170 
17 601 


4 837 


193 443 


16 647 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


680 


54 085 


6 729 


680 


54 086 


5 729 


- 


. 


. 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


878 


75 879 


9 417 


878 


75 879 


9 417 


. 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 153 


90 829 


10 382 


1 153 


90 829 


10 382 


. 


. 


_ 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 447 


95 234 


10 174 


708 


48 503 


5 514 


739 


46 631 


4 560 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 850 


98 852 


8 922 


835 


47 657 


4 373 


1 025 


51 196 


4 549 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 108 


46 639 


3 591 


413 


18 903 


1 698 


695 


27 735 


1 993 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


695 


23 207 


1 571 


198 


8 214 


725 


497 


14 993 


945 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


3 734 


146 614 


14 230 


1 853 


93 726 


9 731 


1 881 


52 888 


4 499 










FAR 


■I. SARDEN SU 


=PLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES 


(SIC 595) 






UNITED STATES TOTAL 


26 173 
471 


4 957 281 
62 017 


358 583 
5 572 


7 600 
471 


1 430 090 
62 017 


120 932 
6 572 


17 573 


3 537 191 


237 651 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


375 


81 760 


8 242 


376 


81 760 


8 242 


_ 


_ 


„ 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


546 


122 486 


11 246 


645 


122 486 


11 245 


_ 


_ 


_ 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


733 


155 929 


14 409 


733 


155 929 


14 409 


_ 


« 


_ 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 114 


243 186 


19 188 


400 


71 048 


5 110 


714 


172 138 


13 078 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 197 


629 729 


41 126 


642 


121 804 


9 922 


1 555 


407 925 


31 204 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 405 


651 892 


41 069 


651 


108 970 


9 431 


1 854 


452 922 


31 638 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 529 


582 316 


40 496 


445 


106 529 


8 232 


2 083 


475 787 


32 264 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


14 803 


2 627 966 


176 235 


3 436 


599 547 


45 769 


a 367 


2 028 419 


129 467 






JEWELRY STORES (SIC 5971 




UNITED STATES TOTAL ... 


20 935 


1 560 051 
385 993 


231 855 
59 288 


12 691 
3 573 


1 175 890 
385 993 


181 034 
59 288 


8 244 


384 171 


50 831 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


3 573 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 372 


154 352 


26 084 


1 372 


164 352 


25 084 


. 


. 


_ 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 659 


172 665 


28 822 


1 569 


172 555 


28 822 


. 


_ 


_ 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 884 


185 799 


30 452 


1 884 


186 799 


30 462 


. 


-, 


_ 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 255 


196 559 


30 350 


1 027 


89 347 


13 073 


1 229 


107 222 


17 277 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


3 Ul 


186 995 


25 934 


I 045 


53 274 


8 523 


2 065 


123 721 


17 411 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 344 


95 745 


11 493 


650 


28 047 


3 285 


1 594 


57 698 


a 208 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 775 


51 950 


5 143 


339 


10 208 


989 


1 437 


4- 742 


4 154 


REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


3 050 


118 993 


14 289 


1 242 


75 205 


10 508 


1 818 


43 788 


3 781 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



1-142 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 16 City Size— United States, by Kind of Business: 1963 -continued 





United states 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of United States 


Area andcity size 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 




year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




FUEL. ICE DEALERS ISIC 598) 








24 956 
2 105 


3 400 944 
491 940 


473 152 
65 385 


13 104 
2 105 


2 122 977 

491 940 


294 298 
65 385 


11 852 


1 277 967 


178 854 


CITIES ftlTH — 500i000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250.000 TO a99.999 INHABITANTS. 


646 


126 149 


17 983 


646 


126 149 




- 


- 


~ 


100*000 TO 2U9t999 INHABITANTS. 


1 498 


216 262 


30 498 


1 498 


216 262 




- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 772 


287 229 


40 046 


1 772 


287 229 


40 046 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. * 


1 819 


264 672 


38 045 


856 


124 038 


17 381 








10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 529 


357 309 


50 621 


873 


136 244 


18 961 


1 656 


221 065 




5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


2 157 


260 824 


38 625 


656 


89 804 


12 818 


1 501 


171 020 


25 808 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


1 891 


203 616 


29 467 


496 


57 584 


7 709 


1 395 


146 032 






10 539 


1 192 943 


162 481 


4 202 


593 727 


83 517 


6 337 


599 216 














OTHER STORES (SIC 5991 










86 189 
17 785 


3 807 422 

1 032 794 


529 047 
150 674 


59 296 
17 785 


2 982 410 
1 032 794 


430 369 
150 674 


26 893 


825 012 


98 678 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE jNHABITANTS . . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


6 019 


330 001 


54 550 


6 019 


330 001 


54 550 


- 


~ 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


6 969 


365 160 


56 719 


5 969 


365 160 




- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


8 048 


396 651 


58 389 


8 048 


396 651 




- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


8 436 


386 703 


53 957 


4 112 


195 804 


27 045 


4 324 






10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


10 046 


401 134 


51 459 


4 290 


187 996 


24 265 


5 755 


213 138 


27 194 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


6 720 


230 590 


26 869 


2 543 


100 484 


11 900 


4 177 


13(1 105 




2*500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


4 973 


128 448 


13 285 


1 319 


38 797 


4 255 


3 554 


89 551 


9 030 




17 193 


535 941 


63 144 


8 211 


334 723 


42 571 


8 982 


201 218 


20 573 










NONSTORE RETAILERS* (SIC 53 PART*! 




79 792 
13 070 


6 203 644 
1 895 673 


893 381 
314 073 


54 204 
13 070 


4 977 287 
1 895 673 


775 454 
314 073 


25 588 


1 225 357 


117 917 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


- 


250i000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


5 092 


659 392 


134 839 


5 092 


659 392 


134 839 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


5 927 


481 458 


82 568 


5 927 


481 458 


82 568 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


6 488 


523 224 


74 340 


5 488 


523 224 


74 340 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


7 014 


462 036 


57 580 


3 682 


227 725 


26 760 


3 332 


234 311 


30 820 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


8 391 


651 367 


69 550 


3 880 


293 709 


34 415 


4 511 




35 135 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


5 570 


461 918 


45 415 


2 340 


227 201 


25 932 


3 230 


234 717 


19 483 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. • . 


3 826 


166 175 


15 582 


1 291 


59 685 


6 578 


2 535 


106 489 




REMAINDER OF UNITED STATES 


24 414 


902 401 


98 434 


12 434 


509 219 


74 959 


11 980 


293 182 


23 475 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Wittitield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



I 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-143 



TABLE 17 City Size— Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 





The Division 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of division 


Division, l(ind of business, and city size 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 




year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 


NE* ENGLAND TOTAL 


102 
6 


713 
910 


15 087 951 
1 239 952 


1 775 571 
193 951 


66 711 
5 940 


11 138 129 
1 239 952 


1 361 105 
193 951 


31 002 


3 949 522 


411 465 


CITIES WITH — SOOiOOO OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




25O1OOO TO 199i999 INHABITANTS 




. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100. 000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS 


11 


335 


2 311 291 


299 313 


11 335 


2 311 291 


299 313 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


15 


992 


2 581 622 


312 705 


15 992 


2 581 822 


312 705 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. 


11 


391 


1 785 196 


202 901 


7 389 


1 171 701 


132 050 


1 005 


613 795 


70 851 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. 


5 


933 


827 105 


85 025 


1 095 


126 250 


12 119 


4 837 


701 155 


73 576 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 


961 


260 637 


25 855 


115 


19 550 


1 913 


1 619 


241 077 


23 922 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . 




731 


83 165 


7 836 


57 


5 150 


501 


557 


77 005 


7 335 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND ••■.•••••• 


15 


120 


5 995 183 


516 972 


22 746 


3 678 593 


111 191 


22 574 


2 315 190 


235 781 


.A^i'Miiiu^r^ VI "n-n i_i.uL-H'>L> • ( • • • • • ■ • • 










LUMBER. 


BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS ISIC 521 




NEW ENGLAND TOTAL •••*•••••• 


1 


631 

181 


728 851 
21 155 


99 113 
3 092 


2 799 
161 


172 921 
21 155 


55 571 
3 092 


1 832 


255 930 


33 872 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS 




158 


75 858 


U 381 


158 


76 868 


11 381 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 




599 


107 895 


15 113 


599 


107 895 


15 113 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. 




179 


79 275 


11 527 


322 


17 123 


7 034 


157 


32 152 


4 593 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. 




280 


11 118 


5 388 


18 


7 710 


776 


232 


33 408 


4 512 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 




119 


17 115 


2 131 


10 


685 


90 


109 


15 730 


2 344 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . 




51 


1 693 


680 


1 


727 


92 


17 


3 965 


588 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


2 


161 


380 131 


18 595 


1 174 


210 157 


26 960 


1 267 


159 674 


21 735 












LUMBER. AND 


OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS ISIC 521) 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL •••■■••••• 


1 


535 
10 


122 031 
5 928 


57 618 
957 


934 
40 


279 278 
5 928 


38 574 


601 


112 755 


19 044 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 


957 








250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS 












- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS 




112 


16 671 


7 258 


112 


16 671 


7 268 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 




202 


57 720 


8 381 


202 


57 720 


8 361 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. 




161 


13 756 


6 556 


113 


21 322 


3 831 


51 


19 111 


2 725 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. 




81 


21 053 


2 591 


13 


4 478 


127 


71 


15 585 


2 254 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 




10 


9 218 


1 257 


4 


(D) 


(D) 


35 


(D) 


(D) 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . 




13 


2 119 


371 


1 


(0) 


(D) 


12 


(D> 


(D> 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 




880 


231 219 


30 131 


449 


138 245 


17 595 


131 


95 971 


12 539 










HE 


ATING. PLUME 


ING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES (SIC 


522-521) 






NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


1 


120 
19 


91 598 
5 367 


13 996 

751 


788 
49 


68 821 
5 357 


10 294 
754 


332 


22 777 


3 702 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS 




171 


15 071 


2 309 


171 


16 071 


2 309 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 




199 


19 525 


3 191 


199 


19 526 


3 191 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. 




175 


17 880 


2 686 


113 


11 703 


1 703 


52 


6 177 


983 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. 




77 


5 509 


867 


6 


(0) 


(0) 


71 


(0) 


(01 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 




30 


2 015 


312 


2 


(D) 


(U) 


28 


(D) 


(D) 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . 




12 


525 


83 


. 


- 


- 


12 


525 


63 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 




107 


21 575 


3 761 


218 


15 529 


2 218 


159 


9 115 


1 546 








HARDWARE STORES (SIC 52511 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


1 


578 
95 


159 812 
9 161 


21 519 
1 371 


963 

95 


109 723 
9 151 


11 906 
1 371 


615 


50 089 


6 543 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS 




169 


13 353 


1 582 


169 


13 353 


1 582 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 




189 


30 106 


1 150 


189 


30 105 


1 160 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. 




121 


15 137 


2 112 


87 


10 325 


1 119 


37 


5 112 


693 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. 




91 


9 817 


1 271 


22 


1 896 


226 


69 


7 951 


1 015 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 




11 


1 927 


749 


1 


(0) 


(D) 


37 


(0) 


(01 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . 




21 


1 307 


176 


2 


(D) 


(D) 


19 


(D) 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 




818 


75 671 


9 723 


395 


41 531 


5 598 


153 


31 140 


4 025 












FA 


RM EQUIPMENT DEALERS (SIC 5252) 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL >■■■•■■■■■ 




398 


55 107 


5 280 


114 


15 099 


1 797 


281 


40 308 


4 483 


CITIES WITH -- 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 












250.000 TO 199.999 INHABITANTS 




_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS 




6 


773 


125 


6 


773 


125 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 




9 


513 


111 


9 


543 


111 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 19.999 INHABITANTS. 




16 


2 192 


273 


9 


773 


81 


7 


1 419 


192 


10.000 TO 21.999 INHABITANTS. 




28 


1 599 


535 


7 


(Dl 


(D) 


21 


(D) 


(Dl 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 




B 


1 195 


115 


- 


*" 


- 


8 


1 195 


116 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . 




5 


112 


15 


1 


(D) 


(D) 


1 


(D) 


(D) 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 




325 


15 563 


5 071 


82 


12 119 


1 119 


211 


33 414 


3 625 



Standard Notes: 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



1-144 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 17 City Size— Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963-continued 





Tlie Division 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of division 


Division, kind of business, and city size 


Estab- 
lis!)' 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
llsb- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 




year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* (SIC 53 PART*I 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


3 332 


I 763 892 


246 294 


1 857 


1 454 528 


208 127 


1 455 


309 364 


38 157 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


182 


254 180 


47 797 


182 


254 180 


47 797 








250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


359 


358 742 


56 007 


359 


358 742 


56 007 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


437 


327 847 


44 553 


437 


327 847 


44 553 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


357 


221 411 


27 752 


221 


153 115 


18 164 


136 


56 296 


9 588 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


210 


73 137 


9 246 


30 


3 606 


489 


180 


59 531 


8 757 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


91 


20 318 


2 631 


3 


(Dl 


(Dl 


88 


(Dl 


(Dl 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


38 


4 836 


689 


3 


(Dl 


(Dl 


35 


(Dl 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND .■......■■■ 


1 658 


503 421 


57 519 


632 


356 240 


40 897 


1 025 


147 181 


16 622 


nb,iH.i.uwi^ VI '.wn ^i.ukHi.u . . . . . . . . . . . 






DEPARTMENT STORES (SIC 


5311 






NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


300 


1 205 546 


154 800 


242 


1 110 000 


154 241 


58 


96 546 


10 559 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


12 


225 762 


42 721 


12 


225 762 


42 721 








250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


47 


285 706 


42 974 


47 


285 706 


42 974 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


78 


237 495 


30 887 


78 


237 495 


30 887 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


57 


(D) 


101 


38 


(Dl 


(Dl 


19 


35 901 


4 750 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


20 


27 195 


2 815 


1 


(Dl 


(Dl 


19 


(Dl 


(Dl 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


2 


(D) 


(D> 


- 


- 


- 


2 


(Dl 


(Dl 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND .......... 


84 


285 743 


29 710 


55 


254 624 


26 791 


18 


32 119 


2 919 


n 1 1 IH . i.b/^i^ V i.^n ti.idkHi.u .......... 








LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES (SIC 5331 




NEW ENGLAND TOTAL ■.■■.■■.>■ 


1 283 
77 


293 116 
15 972 


49 455 
3 074 


785 
77 


192 309 
15 972 


34 036 
3 074 


497 


100 807 


15 420 


m^n tiiu^Mi.L^ 1 \j 1 H^ .......... 

CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


163 


47 285 


9 237 


153 


47 285 


9 237 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


182 


51 317 


8 808 


182 


51 317 


8 808 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


135 


46 032 


7 828 


83 


25 528 


4 429 


52 


20 404 


3 399 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


88 


23 459 


3 557 


19 


1 660 


225 


59 


21 799 


3 431 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


42 


10 426 


1 501 


2 


(Dl 


(Ul 


40 


(Dl 


(Dl 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


21 


3 981 


537 


2 


(Dl 


(Dl 


19 


(Dl 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND .......... 


575 


94 644 


14 814 


258 


49 675 


8 147 


317 


44 969 


6 667 












MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


STORES (SIC 5391 




NEW ENGLAND TOTAL .......... 


1 749 
93 


264 230 
12 445 


32 038 
2 002 


839 
93 


152 219 
12 446 


19 850 
2 002 


910 


112 Oil 


12 188 


CITIES WITH -- 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


149 


25 751 


3 796 


149 


25 751 


3 795 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


177 


39 035 


4 958 


177 


39 035 


4 958 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


165 


(D) 


(Dl 


100 


(01 


(Dl 


55 


10 991 


1 439 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


102 


22 482 


2 773 


10 


(Dl 


(Dl 


92 


(Dl. 


(01 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


47 


(D) 


IDI 


1 


(01 


(Dl 


46 


(Dl 


(Dl 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


17 


855 


152 


1 


(Dl 


(Dl 


16 


(D) 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


999 


122 034 


12 995 


308 


51 941 


5 959 


691 


70 093 


7 035 












FOOD STORES (SIC 5 


41 






NEW ENGLAND TOTAL . 


18 760 
1 410 


3 835 522 
235 588 


293 130 
19 961 


12 510 
1 410 


2 759 350 
235 588 


220 760 
19 961 


5 250 


1 066 172 


72 370 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


2 787 


492 808 


40 288 


2 787 


492 808 


40 288 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


3 094 


653 645 


52 491 


3 094 


653 645 


52 491 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 010 


458 508 


34 574 


1 323 


303 144 


23 180 


587 


165 454 


11 394 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 142 


224 580 


15 322 


220 


35 359 


2 387 


922 


189 221 


12 935 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


380 


73 298 


4 975 


24 


6 601 


582 


356 


65 697 


4 393 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


129 


23 602 


1 616 


15 


1 021 


46 


114 


22 561 


1 570 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


7 808 


1 573 393 


123 903 


3 637 


1 041 184 


81 825 


4 171 


532 209 


42 078 








GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICAT 


ESSENS (SIC 


5411 




NEW ENGLAND TOTAL .......... 


13 587 
863 


3 504 250 
197 175 


250 509 
15 281 


8 589 
863 


2 493 997 
197 175 


184 585 
15 261 


5 098 


1 010 253 


55 624 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS 


, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


" 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS 


. 1 944 


433 735 


32 801 


1 944 


433 735 


32 801 


- 


~ 


~ 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. 


2 139 


584 220 


42 830 


2 139 


584 220 


42 830 


- 


- 


~ 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 436 


416 213 


28 744 


912 


273 190 


19 154 


524 


143 023 


9 580 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. 


916 


212 857 


13 774 


185 


33 026 


2 067 


731 


179 831 


11 587 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


314 


70 306 


4 659 


13 


(Dl 


(Dl 


301 


(Dl 


(Dl 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . 


111 


21 364 


1 490 


14 


(Dl 


(Dl 


97 


(01 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


5 954 


1 568 379 


110 930 


1 2 519 


965 353 


71 949 


3 445 


503 025 


38 961 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



UNITED STATES 1-145 



TABLE 17 City Size— Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963 



-Continued 



I 





Tile Division 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of division 


Division, kind of business, and city size 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab 

lish 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 


Estab- 
lish 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 




year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 








HEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS (SIC 


5421 






NE» ENGLAND TOTAL 


1 434 


133 105 


10 633 


1 142 


111 621 


9 224 


292 


21 484 


1 409 


CITIES »ITH — SOOiOOO OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


223 


19 061 


1 673 


223 


19 051 


1 673 


- 


- 


- 


250 I 000 TO 1499 1 999 INHABITANTS. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


lOOiOOO TO 2U91999 INHABITANTS. 


227 


21 894 


1 751 


227 


21 894 


1 751 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


277 


28 800 


2 241 


277 


28 800 


2 241 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


170 


15 844 


1 266 


118 


10 039 


816 


52 


5 805 


450 


10.000 TO 2«i999 INHABITANTS. . 


59 


4 176 


237 


12 


757 


45 


47 


3 419 


192 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


11 


1 047 


60 


- 


- 


- 


11 


1 047 


50 


2.500 TO U.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


3 


273 


6 


- 


- 


- 


3 


273 


6 


REMAINDER OF NE* ENGLAND ■■■■..■•■■> 


464 


42 010 


3 399 


285 


31 070 


2 698 


179 


10 940 


701 


ntl^H.l.u^n Vr i.^n t'.VJ^HI.U ........... 






FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS ISIC 5431 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


692 


33 796 


2 054 


534 


28 681 


1 821 


158 


5 115 


233 


CITIES »ITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


70 


5 050 


407 


70 


5 050 


407 






- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


110 


4 800 


262 


110 


4 800 


262 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


130 


6 925 


389 


130 


6 925 


389 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


83 


4 498 


274 


62 


(01 


(Dl 


21 


(Dl 


(Dl 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


14 


838 


46 


1 


(01 


(Dl 


13 


(Dl 


(01 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


e 


265 


13 


1 


(Dl 


(Dl 


7 


(Dl 


(Dl 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


5 


213 


1 


. 


- 


- 


5 


213 


1 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


272 


11 207 


662 


160 


7 952 


507 


112 


3 255 


155 








CANDYi NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES (SIC 544) 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL ..... 


557 
60 


22 757 
3 381 


2 871 
573 


414 
60 


17 373 
3 381 


2 390 


143 


5 384 


461 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


573 








250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


99 


3 721 


397 


99 


3 721 


397 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


100 


4 080 


527 


100 


4 080 


527 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


63 


(Dl 


(Dl 


44 


(01 


(01 


19 


666 


84 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


33 


830 


87 


2 


(Dl 


(Dl 


31 


(01 


(Dl 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


5 


149 


12 


- 


- 


- 


5 


149 


12 


2i500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


3 


(Dl 


(Dl 


- 


- 


- 


3 


(Dl 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


194 


7 032 


896 


109 


4 736 


670 


85 


2 296 


226 












OTHER FOOD STORES (SIC 545-5491 








NEW ENGLAND TOTAL •...•..«••. 


2 390 
194 


141 614 
10 921 


27 063 
2 027 


1 831 
194 


117 678 
10 921 


22 540 
2 027 


559 


23 936 


4 423 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




260.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


. 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


407 


28 657 


5 077 


407 


28 657 


5 077 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


448 


29 620 


6 504 


448 


29 620 


6 504 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


258 


(Dl 


(Dl 


187 


14 978 


2 747 


71 


(01 


(Dl 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


120 


5 879 


1 178 


20 


1 184 


236 


100 


4 695 


942 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


42 


1 531 


231 


10 


(Dl 


(Dl 


32 


(01 


(01 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


7 


(Dl 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


(01 


6 


(Dl 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


914 


44 765 


8 016 


564 


32 073 


6 001 


350 


12 592 


2 015 


r>brrH A iiia/iai^ vv '^\^n ^iv^j^m^wlj *■•**■«•■«* 






AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS (SIC 55 EX.5541 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


5 407 


2 501 599 


241 045 


3 200 


1 791 399 


173 350 


2 207 


710 200 


57 686 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


143 


108 994 


10 997 


143 


108 994 


10 997 


- 


- 


- 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


- 


. 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


609 


376 369 


36 223 


609 


376 369 


36 223 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


719 


419 493 


41 701 


719 


419 493 


41 701 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


629 


324 074 


30 494 


408 


211 315 


19 192 


221 


112 759 


11 302 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


372 


167 496 


16 661 


48 


28 737 


3 105 


324 


138 759 


13 556 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


141 


44 650 


4 201 


16 


4 529 


368 


125 


40 121 


3 833 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


50 


17 398 


1 528 


U 


2 195 


211 


46 


15 202 


1 317 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


2 744 


1 043 125 


99 241 


1 253 


639 765 


61 563 


1 491 


403 359 


37 678 












GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS (SIC 55 PT. (55 


41 1 






NEW ENGLAND TOTAL •••••■•■..• 


10 277 
400 


912 697 

43 160 


72 459 
3 775 


6 571 
400 


626 795 
43 160 


50 551 
3 775 


3 706 


285 902 


21 908 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 159 


105 677 


8 353 


1 159 


105 577 


8 353 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 506 


142 132 


11 626 


1 506 


142 132 


11 525 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 087 


101 824 


8 046 


708 


64 993 


5 071 


379 


35 831 


2 975 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


566 


50 771 


3 956 


117 


10 061 


752 


449 


40 710 


3 204 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


197 


14 983 


1 062 


11 


1 153 


56 


186 


13 830 


995 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. • . 


84 


7 041 


436 


8 


421 


21 


75 


5 620 


415 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


5 278 


447 109 


35 205 


2 652 


259 198 


20 887 


2 616 


187 911 


14 318 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (Dl Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) t<ot available. (X) Not aoDlicable. 



I 



1-146 UNITED STATES 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 17 City Size— Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business: 1963- 



Continued 





The Division 


All SMSA's combined 


Remainder of division 


Division, kind of business, and city size 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab- 




Payroll, 


Estab 




Payroll, 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 


lish- 


Sales 


entire 




ments 




year 


ments 




year 


ments 




year 




(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES (SIC 56) 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


7 449 


938 056 


137 429 


5 246 


744 070 


112 764 


2 203 


193 986 


24 665 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


678 


107 852 


19 881 


678 


107 852 


19 881 








250.000 TO 1(99.999 INHABITANTS. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 219.999 INHABITANTS. 


1 263 


193 115 


31 680 


1 263 


193 115 


31 680 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


1 305 


186 988 


27 037 


1 305 


186 988 


27 037 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO U9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


946 


131 234 


18 229 


570 


84 503 


11 506 


376 


46 731 


6 723 


10.000 TO 2«.999 INHABITANTS. . 


486 


52 587 


7 035 


54 


4 664 


667 


432 


47 923 


6 368 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


164 


15 141 


1 705 


U 


597 


33 


160 


14 544 


1 672 


2.500 TO 1.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


63 


3 159 


328 


4 


76 


- 


59 


3 083 


328 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND .■■...■.■*■ 


2 544 


247 980 


31 534 


1 368 


166 275 


21 960 


1 176 


81 705 


9 574 


n^l'H.i.U^IA W^ '.^11 t,.,J^HI1U . . . . . . . . . . . 








MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS (SIC 


561.5671 






NEW ENGLAND TOTAL ..■.*>.■■.. 


1 571 

157 


202 314 
28 294 


31 499 
5 961 


1 136 

157 


160 282 
28 294 


26 056 
5 961 


435 


42 032 


5 443 


|,.[_n ^i'.u^H,ii^ 1 \j 1 «^ ........... 

CITIES WITH — 500.000 UR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250.000 TO 1499.999 INHABITANTS. 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


330 


48 9U 


8 089 


330 


48 911 


8 089 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


280 


36 716 


5 359 


280 


36 716 


5 359 


- 


. 


. 


25.000 TO 1)9.999 INHABITANTS. . 


202 


26 694 


3 924 


123 


17 360 


2 580 


79 


9 334 


1 344 


lOiOOO TO 2«.999 INHABITANTS. . 


99 


10 904 


1 507 


10 


1 120 


149 


89 


9 784 


1 358 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


33 


3 868 


398 


1 


(Dl 


(D) 


32 


(D) 


(Dl 


2.500 TO It. 999 INHABITANTS. . . 


13 


708 


74 


2 


(D) 


(Dl 


11 


(D) 


(Dl 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND ■■.......■■ 


457 


46 219 


6 187 


233 


27 571 


3 910 


224 


18 648 


2 277 


t^^, ,H . , .u^ix v/i "itn ^,.ul.Hi.U ........... 








WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES (SIC 562- 


3.5681 






NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


2 843 
257 


410 993 
52 530 


63 189 

9 817 


2 017 
257 


343 280 
52 530 


53 994 

9 817 


826 


67 713 


9 195 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 




250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


483 


87 157 


15 498 


483 


87 157 


15 498 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


499 


90 203 


13 379 


499 


90 203 


13 379 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


367 


54 189 


7 972 


208 


34 396 


4 933 


159 


19 793 


3 039 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


189 


18 783 


2 639 


17 


(D> 


(D) 


172 


(01 


(0) 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


54 


4 003 


502 


2 


(D) 


(Dl 


52 


(Dl 


(D) 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


15 


755 


85 


_ 


- 


- 


15 


755 


85 


REMAINDER OF NEW r NGl AND ... ........ 


979 


103 373 


13 297 


551 


77 151 


10 076 


428 


26 222 


3 221 


[A^im . i.i^i_i> \'r i.kiT t i<i\3i_M i.u ........... 






WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES (SIC 562) 


NEW ENGLAND TOTAL ........... 


1 663 
133 


285 759 
41 655 


45 656 
7 797 


1 138 
133 


236 108 
41 655 


38 877 
7 797 


525 


49 651 


6 779 


CITIES WITH -- 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


243 


62 771 


11 231 


243 


62 771 


11 231 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


289 


62 477 


9 916 


289 


62 477 


9 916 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


213 


36 866 


5 654 


117 


21 041 


3 258 


96 


15 825 


2 396 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


114 


13 491 


1 780 


6 


(D) 


(01 


108 


(D) 


(0) 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


32 


2 777 


390 


1 


(0) 


(Dl 


31 


(Dl 


(D) 


2.500 TO 4.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


10 


551 


70 


- 


- 


- 


10 


551 


70 


REMAINDER OF NEW ENGLAND 


629 


65 171 


8 818 


349 


47 156 


6 524 


280 


18 015 


2 294 










WO^ 


EN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS (SI 


C 563.568) 






NEW ENGLAND TOTAL 


1 180 


125 234 


17 533 


879 
124 


107 172 
10 875 


15 117 
2 020 


301 


18 062 


2 416 


CITIES WITH — 500.000 OR MORE INHABITANTS . . 


124 


10 875 


2 020 


250.000 TO 499.999 INHABITANTS. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


. 


100.000 TO 249.999 INHABITANTS. 


240 


24 386 


4 267 


240 


24 386 


4 267 


- 


- 


- 


50.000 TO 99.999 INHABITANTS. . 


210 


27 726 


3 463 


210 


27 726 


3 463 


- 


- 


- 


25.000 TO 49.999 INHABITANTS. . 


154 


17 323 


2 318 


91 


13 355 


1 675 


63 


3 968 


643 


10.000 TO 24.999 INHABITANTS. . 


75 


5 292 


859 


11 


(0) 


(Dl 


64 


(0) 


(D) 


5.000 TO 9.999 INHABITANTS. . . 


22 


1 226 


112 


1 


(D) 


(Dl 


21