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BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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.i*.CHUS«TTt 



NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 



DIVISION OF REVIEW 



EVIDENCE STUDY 
NO. 44 

OF 

THE WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRY 



Prepared by 
THE INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS UNIT 



October, 1935 



PRELIMINARY DRAFT 
(NOT FOR RELEASE: FOR USE IN DIVISION ONLY) 



THE EVIDSITCE STUDY SERIES 

Tlia EVIDilMCE STUDXES were originsZly planned as a means of gathering 
evidence "bearing -jpon vgrious legal issues v/hich arose under the national 
Industrie! Recovery Act. 

These studies have valuB quite aside froia the -ase for wiiich they vrere 
originally intended. Accordingly, they are noTT made availahle for confiden- 
tial use within tl:ie Division of Bevievij and for inclusion in Code Histories. 

The f-^jll list of the i?vidence Studies is as folloirs: 



1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 

8. 
9. 

10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14, 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 

23. 



Autonohile Manufacturing 24, 

Boot and Shoe 25. 

Bottled Soft Drini: 26. 

Builders' Suoplies 27, 
Chemical Mfe". 

CigpjT lifg. Industry 28. 

Construction Industry 29, 

Cotton Garment 30. 

Dress J/ifg. '31. 

Electrical Contractini3; 32. 

Electrical Iilfg. Industr;/ 33. 

Pal)ricated Metal Products 34, 

.S'ishery Industry 35. 

Eurnitta-e I.ffg. 36. 

G-eneral Contractors 37. 

Graphic Arts 38. 

Gray Iron Poundry 39 , 

Hosiery 40. 

Irjf Silts' ajid Children's Wear 41. 

Iron and Steel Industry 42. 

Leather 43. 
Ltaaher and Timoer Products Industry 

l.Iason Contractors 44, 



Men's Clothine Industry 
Motion Picture 
Motor Bus Mfg. Industry 
needlework Industry of ?\ierto 

Hi CO 
Painting and Paperhanging 
Photo En^^raving Industry 
Plumbing Contracting 
Retail Eood 
Retail L-omher 
Retail Solid Puel 
Retail Trade 
Ruhhcr I.Ifg. 
Rubher Tire :,Ifg, 
Sill: Textile 

Stru-ctioral Clay Products 
Throwing 
Trucking 
Wa-ste Llaterials 
VJholesale Food 
Wholesale Presh Pr\iit & 

Vegetable 
Wool Textile Industry 



In addition to the studies bro\:ight to coupletion, certain materials have 
aaaon-hTorT ^n-y nfVioT' n n ri -. i <^ f vi P n*. These llATERIALS are included in the 



been assembled for other ind-astries. 

series mid are also made available for confidential use within the Division 

of Review and for inclusion in Code Histories, as follows: 



45, Automotive Parts &: Equipment 

46, 3a2:ing Industry 

47, Csiining Industry'- 

48, Coo,t aaid Suit 

49, Household Goods & Storage etc. 



50. Motor Vehicle Retailing Trade 

51. Retail Tire and Battery Trade 

52. Shipbuilding 

53. miolcsaling or Distributing 

Trade 



L. C. HARSHALIj 
DIRECTOR, Division 0? REVIEW 



TABLES 



TABLS 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



I - A 
B 
C 

II - A 
B 
C 

III - A 
B 
C 

IV - A 
B 

T - A 
B 

AA 

BB 



VI - A 

B 

AA 



BB " 



TABLE VII - A 



TABLE 


VIII - 


A 

B 


TABLE 


IX - 


A 


TABLE 


X - 


A 
B 
C 
D 



Index of Employment (1923-25=100) , 1926-1935 6 

Index of Employment (1929=100) , 1926-1935 6 

Estimated iltunter Employed, 1926-1935 6 

Index of Payrolls (l923-25--'100) , 1926-1935 7 

Index of Payrolls (1929=100), 1926-1935 7 

Estimated TTeekly Payroll, 1926-1935 7 

Average Hours Per l/eek, 1926-1935 8 

Estimated Total I.ian-Eours, 1926-1935 8 

Index of Man-Kours (1929=100), 1926-1935 8 

Average Hourly Y7age, 1926-1935 9 

Average Tleelily Wage, 1926-1935 9 

Cons-onrotion of Apparel Class TJool, 1926-1934 10 

Index of Consurrrption of Api.iarel Class TJool 

(1929=100), 1926-1934. 10 

Domestic Recei-jts of Eavj TTool at Boston, 1926- 

1935 11 

Foreign Eeceipts of Rarr Wool at Boston, 1934- 

1935 '. 11 

Broad Looms, Per Cent of Capacity, 1926-1935 12 

ITarrov; Looms, Per Cent of Capacity, 1926-1935 12 

TToolen Spinning Spindles, Per Cent of Capacity, 

1926-1935 \ ". 13 

Worsted S-oinning Spindles, Per Cent of Ca.pacity, 

1926-1935 '. \ 13 

Index of Wiiolesale Prices, Woolen and Worsted 

Goods (1926=100), 1926-1935 14 

Index of Wholesale Prices, Woolen and Worsted 

Goods (1929=100), 1926-1935 14 

Weights for Index of Prices of Raw Ilaterials 15 

Index of Prices of Raw Materials (l929=100), 

1926-1935. 15 

Exports of Wool Cloth, 1926-1935 16 

Imports for Consu].Tption, Woolen, Worsted and 

l.iohair Fal^rics, 1929-1935 17 

Imports for Consumption, Woolen Patrics, 1929- 

1935 17 

Imports for Consumption, Worsted Fabrics, 1929- 

1935 17 

Imports for Consumption, Ilohair Fabrics, 1929- 

1935 18 



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TA3LS ::i - A - 

3 - 

TABLE ]HI - A - 
3 - 
C - 

TABL3 XIII - A - 
3 - 
C - 



TABLES (Cont'd) 

Imports for Cons-uinption, Clothing TTool, Comt- 
ing Wool and l,;ohair, Actual height, 1929- 
1935 IS 

Imports for Consumption, Clothing Wool, Comt- 
ing Wool and I.Iohair, Clean Content, 1929- 
1934 19 

Imports for Consiomption, Clothing Wool, Act- 
ual Weight, 1929-1935 20 

Imports for ConsuDi[:;tion, Com'bing Wool, Actual 

Weight, 1929-1935 20 

Imports for Consuirnition, Mohair, Actual Weight, 

1929-1935 20 

Imports for Consuro^otion, Clothing Wool, Clean 

Content, 1929-1934 21 

Imports for Consumption, Comting Wool, Clean 

Content, 1929-1934 21 

Imports for Consuimtion, Kohair, Clean Content, 

1929-1934 '. 21 



TABLE XIV - 



- Estahlishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 
Materials, Value of Products, Value Added, 
and Horseporrer, "b;" Census Years, 1899-1933. 



22 



TABLd XV - A - Estahlisliments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, and Value of Products, "by States, 

1919 23 

3 - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, and Value Added 

Tdj- Manufacture, "by States, 1921 24 

C - EstatlishjTients, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Valu.e of Products, and Value Added 

"by Manufacture, ty States, 1923 25 

D - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, and Value Added 

ty Manufacture, by States, 1925 26 

E - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, and Value Added 

■by Manufacture, "by States, 1927 27 

E - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, and Value Added 

by Manufacture, by States, 1929 28 

G - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, and Value Added 

by Manufacture, by States, 1931 29 

H - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, and Value Added 

by Manufacture, by States, 1933 30 



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TABLES (Cont'd) 



TABLE XVI - Value of Products in the ITool Scouring Industry, 

ty Principal States, 1929, 1931 and 1933 31 

TABLE XVII - Value of Products in Wool Shoddy Industry, "by 

Principal States, 1929, 1931 and 1933 32 

TABLE Xi/III - Estatlisliments, TTage Earners, Wages, Cost of Ma- 
terials, and Value of Products, Classified ty 
Size of City, 1933 33 

TABLE XIX - Total Value of Products, Total Factory Payroll 

and Total Cost of Materials, 1929, 1931 and 
1933 34 

TABLE XX - Principal Products, "by Class, Quantity and Value, 

1929^, 1931 and 1933 35 

TABLE XXI - A - Establishments, "age Earners, Value of Products, 

and Value Added, Classified hy Value of Prod- 
ucts per Esta'olishinent, 1919 36 

B - SstatlishLients, Uage Earners, and Value of Prod- 
ucts, Classified ty Value of Products per 
Estahlisliment, 1921 37 

C - Estahlishments, Uage Earners, and Value of Prod- 
ucts, Cla.ssified "b-y Value of Products per 
Estaolishraent, 1923 38 

D - Estahlislirncnts, "Tage Earners, and Value of Prod- 
ucts, Classified l/y Value of Products per 
Estatlisliraent, 1925 39 

E - Establishnents, Wage Earners, Value of Products, 
and Value Added, Classified oy Value of Prod- 
ucts per Estatlisliment, 1929 40 

TABLE }D[II - A - Estalalishments and "age Earners, Classified "by 

Number of Wage Earners per Establishnent, 1919.. 41 

B - Esta"blishnents and Wage Earners, Cla-ssified "by 

IIun"ber of Wage Earners per Establishraent, 1921.. 42 

C - Esta"blishinents and Wage Earners, Classified "by 

Hura"ber of Wage Earners per Esta"blishment, 1923.. 43 

D - Esta"blishments and Wage Earners, Classified "by 

Nur.'i"ber of Wage Earners per Establishment, 1929.. 44 

E - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Ma- 
terials, and Value of Products, Classified by 
Number of Wage Earners per Establisliment, 1931. t 45 

F - Establishments, Wage Earners, Value of Products, 
and Value Added, Classified by Huraber of Wage 
Earners per Establishment, 1933 46 



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TABLES (Cont'd) 



TABLE XXIII - 

TABLE XXIV - A 
B 

TABLE XXV - 
TABLE XXVI - 



TABLE XXVII - 



TABLE }[XVIII - 



TABLE XXIX - 



TABLE ]CIXI - 



TABLE XXXII - 



TABLE X:DCIII - 



TABLE XXXI V - 



TABLE :CSN - 



Average Hours Worked per Week, Average Hourly 
Wage, and Average Weekly Wage, "by Principal 
States, 1930 and 1932 47 

Numter of Wage Earners, ty Region, Sex, and 

Hourly Earnings, August, 1933 48 

Numter of Wage Earners, ''oy Region, Sex, and 

Hourly Earnings, August, 1934 49 

Machine Activity: Wide Looms, Worsted and Wool- 
en Spinning Spindles, 1929, 1931, 1933 and 
1934 50 

Machine Activity: Per Cent of Actual Hears 

Operated. to Maximum Hours Permitted Under Code, 
and to Ilaximiim Single Shift Capacit;^ on Pre 
Code Basis, Looms and Spindles, June, 1934 to 
August, 1935 51 

Princi-Dal Materials ConsTjuned, "by Kind, Quantity, 

and Valiie, 1929 and 1931 52 

Annual Piher Consui.iption in the United Strites, 

1923-1934 55 

Wool Prodiiced, Imported, Exported and Retained 

for Consumption, 1929, 1931 and 1933 54 

Per Cent of Total Wool Supply Consujned hy the 

Wool Textile Industry, 1929 and 1931 55 

Eleece Wool Production, ty Principal States, 

1929, 1931 and 1933 56 

Knitted Outerv/ear Industry: Value of Products 
in the Knitted Outer-vear Industry, "by Principal 
States, 1929 and 1933 57 

Men's Clothing Industry: Quantity and Value of 

Products ty Principal States, 1929 and 1931. ... 58 

Women's Clothing Industry: Value of Products, 

All-Wool Garments, "by Principal States, 1929. .. 59 

Distrihution of Manufacturers Sales, "by Type of 

Oxitlet, 1929 60 



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TA3LES (Cont'd) 



TABIZ XXXVI - 



TISLE XXXVII - 



TABLE SCXVIII - 



TABLE XXXIX - 



TABLE XL 



TABLE XLI 



Estimated Numter of Wholesale Establishments Dis- 
tributing Products of the Wool Textile Industry, 
by States, 1929 and 1933 61 

Estimated Number of Retail Establishments Dis- 
tributing Products of the Wool Textile Industry, 
by States, 1929 and 1933 62 

Quantity and Value of Ejrports, by Kind of Product, 
1929, 1931, 1933 and 1934 63 

Capital Investment of l29 Wool Textile Companies, 

1933 and Eirst Six Months in 1934 64 

Total I'let Income Before Interest and Net Income 
Transferred to Surplus of 129 Wool Textile Com- 
panies, 1933 and First Six Months in 1934 65 

Number of Employees and Value of Products, Classi- 
fied as to Trade Association liembership, 1933. .. 66 



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TJOOL TEXTILE IIIDUSTRY 

General Hot as 

Con-pai-ison of Definitions of the Industry 

Code Definition * - The Uool Textile IncVastry as defined "bjr 
The Code includes the follov;ing tranches: "iianirf a.ct-'jjr-e of wor- 
sted Lien's wear, worsted \7oraen's wear, carded nen' s ■■ear, carded 
women's v/ear, "blankets, cotton xip.rx) fahrics, reworked wool, knit- 
ted woolen goods, worsted sales yarn (Bradford System), worsted 
sales yarn (French Systeri), carded sales yarn, and conhing, wool 
scotiring axid. carbonizing, ajid such other relrated branches as nay 
fron time to tine be incliided tiiider the provisions of this Code," 

Census Definitio?! of ¥oolen Goods and TTorsted G-oods . - "Woolen 
goods cxe m3,de of carded --arns, the fibers of which are to some 
e::tent crossed. Worsted goods are made of combed j-arz-s , from which 
the sliort fibers iaa.ve been removed and the long fibers left in a 
more or less parallel condition, 

Com-jarison. - Com-olete Census data pertaining to the TJool Tex- 
tile Industry as defined by the Code are not separately re-oorted., 
but, for practical pui^^oses, the Census classifica„tions "YJoolon and 
ITorsted Goods" riio.y be used. The 'Jool Textile Industry, as defined 
by the Code, is slightly more inclusive than the Census classifica- 
tion in that certain manufacturing processes which have been included 
vjider the Code definitions are not covered bj' the Census classification 
"T7oolen aiid Worsted Goods," Principally their processes are: combing, 
wool scouring, carbonizing and the treatment of reworked wool. Tlie-^ 
are estima.ted to account for about two per cent of all the employees 
covered by the Code, In certa.in other respects, the Indu.stry as de- 
fine.d by the Code, is less inclusive than the Cens^ls classification. 
Woolen U'oholsteries and Draperies a,re not mentioned in the Code defin- 
ition but a.re included in the Census classification "Woolen ajid 'Jor- 
sted Goods." Carpet yarns axe also included in this Census cla.ssi- 
fication but are covered by another Code, It is estimated that these 
two grouros constitute not more than one ;oer cent of the wage earners 
of the Census classification. These inclusions and exclusions tend 
to compensate each other and scarcely im-oair the representative char- 
acter of the data, for the Code. 

Sou.rces 

The Chief souirces of data in the accomoanying tables axe the 
Bureau of the Census and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Other 
data are from the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, the 
Bureau of Agricultural Economics, the Boston Grain and Plour Exchange, 
the Federal Trade Commission, Textile Or;';anon , Statistical Abstract 



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of the United States ^ Cornnerce Year'bool: . the Ilationa.! Industrial 
Conference Hoard and the United States Tariff Cornraission. 

Bujeau. of the Census Data . - Estatilislments with an annual 
production valued at less than $5,000 \7ere not cajivassed in 1921 
and suloseqiient years. The exclusion of data for these small es- 
to.hlislinents reduced considerably the nuaber to "be canvassed "but 
does not nateriallj'' irmair the accuracy of the statistics except 
for the single item "ilumber of Establishments." At the Census 
of 1519 and for prior years, the minim\ija limit was $500, In 1919 
more than 99.9 per cent of the total Avage eajrners and of the total 
value of products, and 95.8 per cent of the number of establish- 
ments were reported by establishments v/ith an cumual production 
valued at $5,000 or more, 

■lujreau of Labor Sta.tistics Data , - Labor do.ta from the 
Biu-eau of Labor Statistics are based on saiirples from the group 
of establishments covered by the Census cIclS si fi cation "'Joolen 
and Uorsted Goods," The size of each somple, and other des- 
criptive material on these data, are iresented in the notes ac- 
conpcjiying the tables from this source. 

Data, for Other Sources . - Descriptions of miscellaneous 
data from other sources, as well as of the da,ta discussed above, 
are presented in the notes accompanying the tables. 



Indtistr;- Statistics .Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, I^HA, 
October 25, 1935, 



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llotes for Data on Forn R-P-2S 

TJOOL TI::TILS liiDUSTRY 
(Code ITo. 3) 



1. GSlZiaAL COW^ZmS OH CUEREITT LA30H DA-TA 

Current la'cor data from 3\areaii of Lalior Statistics are 
"based iroon a saiiple covering;, for employnent, pa3^rolls and average 
vreekly vzages, almost 100 per cent, and, for liours ajid average hour— 
I'f wages, appro::irnatel7 85 per cent of the wage earners covered ^oy 
the Census classification "Woolen and ITorsted Goods," Previous to 
Llarch 1934, the sample was appro::ir:a,tel;" one-half as large. Hie 
increase in coverage was due to the cooperation of the ilational 
Association of TJool Ilanufacturers, 

The fig-'ores for the Census classification "Uoolen Goods 
and TTorsted Goods" maj'' he considered as representing the code. 
However, the Census classification does not incliide knitted woolen 
goods, whereas the code does cover them. Certain raanufact tiring 
processes which have heen included tmder the code are not con- 
tained in the Census classification. Principally these processes 
are the following: conhing, wool scouring, carhonizing and the 
treatment of reworked wool. Attention is also directed to the fact 
that T/oolen UiDholsteries and Draperies are not mentioned in the 
code out are incluxled in the Censxis classification. These in- 
clusions and exclusions tend to compensate each other and do not 
seriousl;;^ impair the representative character of the data for the 
code. 



2. ]i:i.IPLOriIEl?T AlID PAYROLLS 

Bureau of Lahor Statistics inde::es have heen adjusted 
to the 1935 Census totals ov IfiiA, 



3. AVERAGE HOUBLY I7AGZS 

C-urrent month B.L.S, data are shorai for 1932 to date; 
hefore 1932, ilational Industrial Conference Board dat<?. are shown. 
The e::act size of the il. I.C.B, sample is uhlmown hut is "believed 
to he considerably smaller than the "..L.S, samole. 



4. Al/EPAGE HOURS A13 I.IA.I:-HOimS 

Prom 1932 to date ciixrent month B,L.S, data for average 
houTs worked per week are shown. Before 1932, average hours were 
derived hy dividing average wee]:ly v/ages (B,L,S, ) by average hourl; 



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wage (iJ. I. C. B. ). Uan-hours i?ere derived V rn-ultiplying esti- 
nated total en•^loi^^ent 07 average hoiu-s vorked per neek. 



5. COi:STJ].ffTIOII OF APPABUL CLASS '.TOOL 

The fig^u-es conpiled 1)7 the Bureaxi of the Census are he- 
lieved to he hased iirpon reports fron almost all nanufact-Lirers knovm 
to use i-aTT \70ol, allowance heing nade for the constunption of the 
fe\7 raanufacturers fron v;hon reports are not received uhen tah^^la- 
tions closed, "Uool is considered •consLined' for purposes" of oh- 
taining the d^ta "'.;hen it is carded or otherwise advanced "beArond 
sco-ciring or ran d^^eing, " ("HaTT Uool Consumption Report", Sept, 50, 
1S35) 

As a neasure of the ph;'-sical voluiie of production of 
a.pparel class fabrics, nool cons-LU'.iption data are reasonably reli- 
able althoUf'^h sone difficulties do occiu". Shifts in the t;'-pe of 
fabrics produced (as, for exeinple, recent shifts to lighter weight 
fabrics) tend to nake cojaparisons over long periods of tine inaccxir- 
ate. Over short periods of time, consuiiption of vrool rrill not accur- 
ately reflect finished goods output since loroductive activity on 
vrool "consumed" in one month nay not occur until succeeding months. 



6, HECBIPTS OF EA¥ ITOOL AT BOST OI" 

Domestic receipts comprise appro::inately one-half of the 
wool clipped, Foreign receipts represent about tv;o-thirds of all 
wool imported. Both series cover e,ll classes of v/ool and are not 
adjusted for grease content. 



7, I.IACHIIIB ACTIVITY 

Data represent the percentage which the total mimber of 
actiAre hours is of the product: total nuraber of machines in pla.ce 
tines the hours the""- cofJLd have operated on a single shift, A 
single shift is talren to be equivalent to the average day shift 
during the five year period from 1928 to 1932, 



8, IITDE:[ OF 'niOLESALS PRICES OF UOOLSII AlID UORSTED GOODS 

The inderc conpiled "o:/ the 3, L, S, is believed to be 
representative of price quotations , at mills. Eighteen items - 
seven "dress goods", two "overcoating", five "suitings", one 
"trousering", and three yarn are covered. 



9, IIIDKX OF PRICES OF RAH lATERIALS 

The inde:: compiled from 3 3, L. S, series of price quo- 
tations and the Textile ITorld index for wool tops is believed to be 

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reriresentative of Tpx^ice quotations of raw materials (wool) used 
in vroolen and worsted goods manufacture. The B.L.S. series are 
'orice quotations e-t Boston. It is not loio-rn i^rhether the series 
on Tfool tons is "based upon -orice quotations; neither is the 
point (or points) at wr.ich the -orices are taken known. 

10. DOi-JESTIC EXPOiiTS 0? ~00L CLOTH 

Domestic exiDorts are less than 1 -ner cent of domestic 
prodiiction (in terras of -oounds). The largest "buyer is the 
United Kingdom. 

11 . Il.IFOP.TS FOR COirSmgTIOI'li FA3HICS 

Imnorts are "between 1 and 2 per cent of domestic 
production. The "United Kingdom is the largest ship^ier. There 
were su."bstantial increases in im-Dort duties on June 18, 1930. 

12. ILIPOriTS ?0R GONSUiviPTIOII: HAW ivLiTERIALS 

In 1929, imports were aio-oroximately 23 -ger cent of 
the corresponding items consumed in woolen and worsted goods 
manP-factLijre; in 1931, the corresponding figijre was 9 per cent. 
There were su"bstantial changes up^-rard in imToort duties on 
June 18, 1930, Australia is the largest shipper. 



Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Reviei?, IffiA. 
Octo"ber 24, 1935. 



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WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

S-IPLOYl'IEU T 






1936 


Index of Snployment (1923-25=100) a/ 


_1 q?;.^ 


1934 193fi 




JAM 


88.7 


90.6 


86.5 


85.2 


75.0 


60.6 


61,2 


65.0 


79.1 


91.8 


FEB 


82.8 


91.0 


85.6 


84.5 


72.5 


65.9 


67.1 


71.3 


85.9 


9S.9' 


MAR 


81,0 


87.9 


82.6 


83.5 


67.5 


67.4 


60.4 


54.6 


82.3 


92.4 


APR 


80.4 


85.8 


80.8 


82.6 


53.3 


63.6 


49.1 


57.0 


74.9 


87.0 


MAY 


80.1 


84.1 


81.7 


84.0 


67.3 


68.5 


46.1 


68.9 


75.3 


91.1 


JUN 


79.9 


84.8 


83.0 


82.7 


69.0 


71.7 


44.8 


84,9 


69.9 


95,7 


JUL 


79.9 


81.3 


79.5 


80.7 


67.0 


75.2 


51.8 


96.0 


70.1 


94.4 


AUG 


80.3 


85.1 


81.3 


83.1 


68.0 


76.9 


64.0 


98.9 


68.2 


97.0: 


SEP 


84.3 


86.2 


79.4 


83.6 


68.0 


72.7 


69.2 


93.6 


35.8 




OCT 


89.4 


87.4 


83.9 


64.3 


64.6 


61.9 


69.9 


90.7 


68.1 




MOV 


91.1 


86.4 


86.8 


79.9 


62.8 


61.0 


6^,9 


8p.5 


75.0 




DEC 


90.7 


88.1 


86,4 


76.1 


61.2 


60.0 


65.1 


77.3 


85,6 




Jnrerase 


84.1 


3^t7 


Q5.1 


32.6 


67.2 


67.1 


59.5 


78.2 


72.5 




I-B 


Index of Employment (1929=100) t/ 








JAN 


107.4 


109.? 


104.7 


103.1 


90.8 


73.5 


73.2 


74.3 


88.1 


102.2- 


FEB 


100.2 


110.2 


103.6 


102.3 


87.8 


80.0 


80.0 


81.2 


95.6 


104.5 


MAR 


98.1 


106.4 


100.0 


101.1 


81.7 


81.9 


71.8 


61.9 


91.6 


•102.9 


APR 


97.3 


103.9 


97.8 


101.2 


76.6 


77.3 


58.1 


64.4 


83.4 


?G.9 


MAY 


97.0 


101.8 


98.9 


101.7 


81.5 


83.2 


54.4 


77.7 


83.9 


101.4 


JUN 


96.7 


102.7 


100.5 


100.1 


83.5 


,87.1 


52.6 


95.4 


77.8 


107.7 


JUL 


96.7 


98.4 


96.3 


97.7 


81.1 


91.2 


60.6 


107.6 


73.1 


105.1 


AUG 


97.2 


103.0 


98.4 


100.6 


82.3 


93.1 


7 4.6 


110.6 


76.0 


108.0 


SEP 


102.1 


1U4.4 


96.1 


101.2 


82.3 


87.9 


80.4 


104.5 


39. 8 




OCT 


108.2 


105.8 


101.6 


102.1 


78.2 


74.6 


80.8 


101.1 


75.8 




NOV 


110.3 


107.0 


105.1 


96.7 


76.0 


73.5 


74.8 


89.7 


83.5 




DEC 


109.8 


106.7 


104.6 


92.1 


74.1 


72.0 


74.7 


86.1 


95.3 




A7ei»«e| 


101.8 


105.0 


100.6 


100.0 


81.3 


81.3 


69.7 


87.9 


80.7 




I-C 


Estimated Number Employed (000) c 


/ 






JAN 


157.8 


161.2 


153.9 


151.7 


133.4 


108.0 


107.6 


109.2 


129.5 


150.2 


FEB 


147.2 


161-9 


152.2 


150.3 


129.0 


117.6 


117.6 


119.3 


140.5 


153.6 


MAR 


144.2 


156.4 


147.0 


148.6 


120.1 


120.4 


105.5 


91.0 


134.6 


151.2 


APR 


143.0 


152.7 


143.7 


148.7 


112.6 


113.6 


85.4 


94.6 


122.6 


14?. 4 


MAY 


142.6 


149.6 


145.3 


149.4 


119.8 


122.3 


79.9 


114,2 


123.3 


149.0 


JUN 


142.1 


150.9 


147.7 


147.1 


122,7 


128.0 


77.3 


140.2 


114.3 


158.5 


JUL 


142.1 


144.6 


141.5 


143.6 


119.2 


134.0 


89.1 


158.1 


114.8 


154.5 


AUG 


142.8 


151.4 


144.6 


147.8 


120.9 


136.8 


109.6 


162.5 


111.7 


158.7 


SEP 


150.0 


153.4 


141.2 


146.7 


120.9 


129.2 


118.2 


153.6 


58.5 




OCT 


159.0 


155.5 


149.3 


150.0 


114.9 


109.6 


118.7 


148.6 


111.4 




NOV 


162.1 


157.2 


155.9 


142.1 


111.7 


108.0 


109.9 


131.8 


122.7 




DEC 


161.4 


156.8 


153.7 


lib. 4 


108.9 


105.8 


109.8 


126,5 


140.1 




Averp^e 


149.5 


154.3 


148.0 


147.0 


119.5 


119.4 


102.4 


129.1 


116.7 




a/ Bureau of La 
_b/ B.L.S. Indes 
c/ I-B niultipli 

p - preliminarj 


itjor i>tati sties. 

: shifted to 1929 Base and NRA adjustment 

.ed by 1929 Cfinsus figure (146.96). 

r. 


to 1933 


Census. 



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WOOL T3XTILE INDUSTRY | 
PAYROLLS 1 


II-A 

192b 


Index of Payrolls (1923-25=100) a/ 
1V27 1928 1929 1930 19S1 19S2 


193.T 


19^4 


19?fi j 




JAN 


90.0 


90.6 


83.0 


82.4 


69.7 


51.9 


48.5 


42.5 


56.9 


73.1 


FEB 


82.8 


91.3 


82.5 


83.1 


66.6 


60.2 


54.0 


48.7 


64.4 


74.9 


MAR 


80.9 


86.1 


76.9 


81.0 


60.4 


61.2 


45.5 


30.3 


60.8 


72.5 


APR 


78.7 


82.5 


73.7 


82.1 


55.6 


54.9 


32.1 


33.6 


55.4 


66.5 


MAY 


78.8 


81.7 


78.2 


83.0 


63.6 


60.8 


29.4 


44.8 


54.1 


71.2 


JUN 


79^fi_ 


82.7 


79.3 


80.7 


64.0 


62.6 


27.8 


61.5 


49.7 


76.9 


JUL 


79.2 


78.3 


74.2 


77.3 


60.4 


66.1 


32.7 


70.1 


50.1 


74.6 


AUG 


79.6 


82,9 


76.2 


80.5 


60.7 


68.4 


42.9 


73.8 


48.1 


76.3 


SEP 


82.1 


83.9 


74.7 


81.4 


61.2 


57.6 


48.0 


70.0 


24.3 




OCT 


92.6 


85.9 


83.0 


83.6 


56.5 


49.3 


48.4 


66.5 


46.9 




NOV 


90.7 


85.0 


83.5 


74.4 


53.2 


47.5 


42.4 


56.2 


53.6 




DEC 


92.7 


86.0 


85.5 


71,3 


53.7 


47.0 


44.0 


55.7 


66.6 




Average 


84.0 


84.7 


79.2 


80.1 


60.5 


57.3 


41,3 


54.5 


52.6 




II-B 




Index of Payroll s(l929=100)t/ 










JAN 


112.4 


113.1 


103.6 


102.9 


87.0 


64.9 


59.6 


49.3 


63.8 


82. a 


FEB 


103.4 


114.0 


103.0 


103.7 


83.1 


75.4 


66.1 


56.2 


72.2 


84.0' 


MAR 


101.0 


107.5 


96.0 


101.1 


75.4 


76.7 


55.5 


34.8 


68.1 


81.3 


APR 


98.3 


103.0 


92.0 


102.5 


69.4 


68,8 


39.0 


38.4 


62.1 


74.6 


MAY 


98.4 


102.0 


97.6 


103.6 


79.4 


76,2 


35.5 


51.0 


60.6 


79.8 


JUN 


99.4 


103.2 


99.0 


100.7 


79.9 


78.4 


33.4 


69.8 


55.7 


86.2 


JUL 


98.9 


97.8 


92.6 


96.5 


75.4 


82,7 


39.1 


79.3 


56.1 


83.6 


AUG 


99.4 


103,5 


95.1 


100.5 


75.8 


85,5 


51.1 


83.2 


53.9 


8&.5 


SEP 


102.5 


104.7 


93.3 


101.6 


76.4 


71.8 


56.8 


78.8 


27.2 




OCT 


115.9 


107.2 


103.6 


104.4 


70.5 


61.2 


57.0 


74.7 


52.6 




NOV 


113.2 


106.1 


104.2 


92.9 


66.4 


58.9 


49.6 


63.1 


60.1 




DEC 


115.7 


107.4 


106.7 


89.0 


67.0 


58.1 


51.3 


62.4 


74.7 




Ave raed 


104.9 


105.8 


98.9 


100.0 


75.5 


71.6 


49.5 


61.8 


58.9 




II-C 




Estimated xseekly Payroll (000) c/ 










JAN 


3.548 


3.571 


3.277 


3.249 


2.747 


2.049 


1.882 


1.556 


2.014 


2.589 


FEB 


3,264 


3,599 


3,252 


3.274 


2,623 


2,380 


2,087 


1,774 


2,279 


2.6S2 


MAR 


3,189 


3,394 


3,031 


3,192 


2,380 


2,421 


1,752 


1,099 


2,150 


2.f57 


APR 


3.103 


3.252 


2.904 


3.236 


2.191 


2.172 


1.231 


1.212 


1.960 


2.355 


MAY 


3,106 


3.2E0 


3.081 


3.271 


2.507 


2.406 


1.121 


1.610 


1,913 


2.519 


JUN 


3,138 


3.258 


3.125 


3.179 


2.522 


2.475 


1.054 


2,204 


1,758 


2.721 


JUL 


3.122 


3.088 


2,923 


3.047 


2.380 


2.611 


1.234 


2.504 


1.771 


2.639 


AUG 


5,138 


3,267 


3,002 


3,173 


;j,393 


2.699 


1,613 


2,627 


1,702 


2.699 


SEP 


3.236 


3,305 


2,945 


3,208 


2,415 


2,267 


1.793 


2,488 


859 




OCT 


2,659 


3.384 


3,271 


3,296 


2,226 


1,932 


1,799 


2,358 


1.661 




NOV 


3,574 


3.350 


3.290 


2,933 


2,096 


1.859 


1.566 


1.992 


1,897 




DEC 


2,653 


3,391 


3,369 


2.810 


2,115 


1.834 


1.620 


1.970 


2.358 




Avera,=;^ 


3.311 


3.340 


3,123 


3,156 


2,383 


2,259 


1,561 


1,950 


1,860 




a/ Bureau of Li 
Jb/ B.L.S. Inde. 
c/ (II-B) time 
p - preliminary 


ibor St 
c shift 
3 1929 

T 


atistics. 

ed to 1929 base and NBA adjustment 

Census figure (3,157) . 


to 1933 


Census 


. 



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WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRY 






UI-A 

1926 


Average Hours Per Week a/ 
1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 


1933 


1934 1935 1 




JAN 








45.8 


43.8 


41.2 


42.5 


45.2 


33-8 


36.9 


FEB 


46.0 


45.8 


45.8 


46.4 


43.3 


44.1 


45.0 


46.7 


35.6 


37.0 


MAR 








46.0 


42.0 


44.0 


42-0 


37.3 


34.6 


36. S 


APR 








46.. 1 


41.2 


42.8 


36.9 


41.2 


34.5 


35.5 


MAY 


45.4 


44.9 


45.7 


46.8 


44.7 


45.1 


36.9 


46.4 


33.2 


36.2 


JUN 








45.5 


44.1 


43.3 


37.2 


48.3 


32.1 


37.2 


JUL 








46.2 


42.2 


44.0 


44.4 


49.0 


32.2 


36.7 


AUG 


46.5 


45.5 


45.1 


46.5 


41.6 


43.7 


44.6 


41.2 


32.0 




SEP 








46.4 


42.5 


39.2 


46.0 


37.1 


30.8 




OCT 








47.2 


41.9 


39.7 


46.0 


34.9 


31.5 




MOV 


46.1 


45.1 


45.3 


45.4 


40.1 


41.0 


43.6 


32.8 


33.3 




DEC 








45.6 


42.5 


42.1 


43.9 


34.3 


36.9 




kMei&ge. 


46.0 


45.3 


45.5 


46.2 


42.5 


42.5 


42.4 


41.2 


33.4 




III-B 


Estimated Total Man- Hours U,000) b/ 






JAN 








6.946 


5.843 


4.450 


4.573 


4.936 


4.377 


5,54?. 


FEB 


6,771 


7.415 


6.971 


6.974 


5.586 


5.186 


5.29g 


5.571 


5,002 


5 , fift?; 


MAR 








6.836 


5.044 


5.298 


4,431 


3.394 


4.657 


5.473 


APR 








6.855 


4.639 


4.862 


3.151 


3.898 


4.230 


5.055 


MAY 


6.474 


6.717 


6.640 


6.992 


5.355 


5.516 


2.948 


5.299 


4.094 


5.394 


JUN 








6.693 


5.411 


5.542 


2.876 


6.772 


3.669 


5.889 


JUL 








6.634 


5.102 


5.896 


3.950 


7.747 


3^697 


5-. 670 


AUG 


6.640 


6.889 


6.521 


6.873 


5.029 


5.978 


4.888 


6.695 


3.574 




SEP 








6.900 


5,138 


5.065 


5,437 


5.729 


1,802 




OCT 








7.080 


4.814 


4.251 


5.460 


5.186 


3.509 




NOV 


7.473 


7.090 


7.062 


6.451 


4.479 


4.428 


4.792 


4.323 


4.086 




DEC 








6.174 


4.628 


4.454 


4.820 


4.339 


5.170 




(LY^pa^e 


6.840 


7.028 


6.799 


6.784 


5.089 


5.086 


4.385 


5.324 


3.989 




III-C 


Index c 


>f Man-Hours (1929=100) c/ 








JAN 








102.4 


86.1 


65.6 


67.4 


7 2.8 


64.5 


81.7 


FEB 


99.8 


109.3 


102.8 


102.8 


82.3 


76.4 


78.0 


82. 1 


73.7 


R3.R 


MAB 








100.8 


74.3 


78.1 


65.2 


50.0 


68.6 


80.7 


APR 








101.0 


68.4 


71.7 


46.4 


57.5 


62.4 


74.5 


MAY 


95.4 


99.0 


97.9 


103.1 


78.9 


81.3 


43.5 


78.1 


60.3 


79.5 


JUN 








98.7 


79.8 


81.7 


42.4 


99.8 


54.1 


86.8 


JUL 








97.8 


75.2 


86.9 


58.3 


114.2 


54.5 


83.6 


AUG 


98.2 


101.5 


96.1 


101.3 


74.1 


83.1 


72.0 


98.7 


52.7 




SEP 








101.7 


75.7 


74.7 


80.1 


84.4 


26.6 




fiCT 








104.4 


71.0 


64.1 


80.5 


76.4 


51.7 




NOV 


110.2 


104.5 


104.1 


85.1 


66.0 


65.3 


70.6 


63.7 


60.2 




DEC 








91.0 


68.2 


65.7 


71.0 


64.0 


76.2 




A.Terais:eI 


100.9 


103.6 


100.2 


100.0 


75.0 


75.0 


64.6 


78.5 


58.8 




a/ lyj^e 

y Esti 
c/ III- 


to 193 
jnated n 
B ahift 


1 weekly wage 
umber employee 
ed to 1929 "bae 


divided 
I (I-C) 
le. 


by hourly wage; i93< 
times average hours 


i to da- 
per weel 


bB'B.L.S. 
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WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
WAGE RATES 






1 


IV-A 


1926 1927 


Average Hoarly Wage (cents) a/ 
1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 


195? 


1924 


1935 




JAN 








48.8 


48.6 


49.0 


43.0 


34.2 


49.1 


49,5 


FEB 


47.9 


48.7 


49.2 


48.8 


48.7 


48.2 


42.2 


34.7 


48.6 


49.4 


MAR 








48.6 


48.8 


48.4 


42.0 


34.0 


4?.l 


49.5 


APR 








49.2 


49.4 


47.0 


42.0 


33.7 


49.1 


49.3 


MAY 


48.1 


49.2 


48.8 


48.6 


49.1 


45.7 


39.9 


32.3 


49.1 


49.6 


JUN 








49.3 


48.9 


47.2 


38.7 


34.3 


50.0 


4S.2 


JUL 








47.6 


49.8 


46.8 


32.5 


35.2 


49.7 


49.3 


AUG 


47.5 


49.6 


48.5 


47.9 


50.0 


47.7 


35.1 


43.3 


49.8 




SEP 








48.1 


49.5 


47.4 


35.3 


48.7 


50.0 




OCT 








48.1 


48.8 


47.4 


34.9 


49.5 


49.6 




NOV 


48.5 


49.6 


49.2 


47.6 


49.4 


44.7 


34.6 


49.4 


48.9 




DEC 








46.8 


48.6 


43.9 


36.0 


46.4 


48.1 




Average! 


48.0 


49.3 


48.9 


48.3 


49.1 


46.9 


38.0 


59.8 


49.3 




IV-B 




Average weekly Wage 


(dollars) b/ 








( 


JAN 


22.30 


22.52 


22.38 


22.35 


21.27 


20.18 


18.65 


15.53 


15.59 


18.19 


FEB 


22.04 


22.31 


22.51 


22.64 


21.07 


21.26' 


18.88 


15.14 


17.23 


18.27 


MAR 


22.01 


22.14 


21.68 


22.38 


20.48 


21.31 


17.65 


13.08 


17.05 


17.93 


APR 


21.62 


21.92 


21.32 


22.66 


20.36 


20.10 


15.33 


13.90 


17.06 


17.50 


MAY 


21.85 


22.11 


22.29 


22.73 


21.93 


20.62 


14.98 


15.14 


18.35 


17.94 


JUN 


22.16 


22.29 


22.26 


22.41 


21.57 


20.45 


14.56 


16.85 


16.07 


18.26 


JUL 


22.13 


22.38 


21.74 


22.01 


21.00 


20.57 


14.98 


16.99 


16.02 


18.12 


AUG 


22.11 


22.55 


21.86 


22.25 


20.81 


20.85 


15.88 


17.52 


15.97 




SEP 


21.81 


22.77 


21.82 


22.32 


21.06 


18.59 


16.40 


17.54 


15.39 




OCT 


23.31 


22.95 


22.95 


22.69 


20.46 


18.80 


16.34 


17.03 


15.59 




NOV 


22.36 


22.36 


22.29 


21.62 


19.83 


18.32 


15.45 


16.12 


16.25 




DEC 


23.00 


22.83 


22.86 


21.32 


20.54 


18.47 


16.01 


16.61 


17.74 




Ave ra^el 


22.23 


22.43 


22.16 


22.28 


20.87 


19.96 


16.25 


16.04 


16.61 










JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















:<AY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 












































a/ 1926 
b/ Sure 


—31, u.I.C.B. 
au of Labor St 


as published; 
atistics. 


1932 to 


date S.L.S. 









RESEARCH i, PLANNING, N.R.A. 
Code Industry Analysis Unit, AM:rb, 1-10-35 



R-P 


-28 






-Id- 






Code Bo. 5 








WOOL TEXTTT.K INDUSTRT 
IDOL CONSUMPTION 




1 


V-A Consun^jti 
1926 


on of -Apparel Class 1 
1927 19S6 1929 


Vool (millions of pounds, scoured basis }a/) 
1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1 




JAN 


20.3 


21.2 


19.1 


23.6 


18.8 


16.2 


15.5 


17.6 


17.4 





FEB 


20.8 


21.6 


21.8 


21.0 


17.5 


16.4 


16.2 


16.2 


16.3 




MAD 


21.9 


25.3 


19.9 


22.2 


16.3 


18.2 


],3.4 


11-6 


16-8 




APR 


20.6 


20.7 


16.7 


21.6 


16.4 


21.1 


8.4 


13.3 


13.4 




MAY 


18.0 


21.0 


19.1 


21.9 


16.7 


20.8 


7.2 


24.0 


12.7 




JUN 


18.5 


21.7 


17.2 


19.0 


16.5 


22.3 


9.5 


26.7 


11-0 




JUL 


20.0 


19.5 


15.9 


19.9 


16.8 


26.3 


14.2 


26.9 






AUG 


19.8 


23.4 


18.7 


23.2 


15.8 


24.3 


21-5 


25.8 






SEP 


23.9 


22.3 


19.3 


20.7 


17.8 


23.0 


23-4 


22.3 






OCT 


25.0 


22.7 


24.0 


25-0 


18.8 


17.5 


21.4^ 


23.4 






MOV 


23.5 


21.5 


21.8 


18.6 


14.5 


16.4 


19-4 


21-4 






DEC 


22.4 


17.8 


18.9 


16.5 


14.8 


15.2 


18.4 


16-3 






^Bxasa. 


Sl.S 


21. e 


19.4 


21.1 


ie.7 


19.6 


15.7 


gQ.5 






V-B Indei 


of CoE 


LBumption of Apparel Clnas Wool (l929»100) b/ 






JAN 


96.2 


100.5 


90.5 


lll.fl 


89.1 


76.8 


73.5 


ftH.4 


82.5 




FEB 


96.6 


102.4 


103.3 


99.5 


82.9 


77.7 


76.8 


76.8 


77.3 




MAR 


103.8 


119.9 


94.3 


105.2 


77.3 


86.3 


63.5 


55.0 


79.6 




APR 


97.6 


98.1 


79.1 


102.4 


77.7 


100.0 


39.8 


63.0 


63.5 




MAY 


85.3 


99.5 


90.5 


103.8 


79.1 


98.6 


34.1 


lis. 7 


Wt2 




JUN 


87.7 


102.8 


81.5 


90,0 


78.2 


105.7 


45.0 


126.5 


52.1 




JUL 


94.8 


92.4 


75.4 


94.3 


79.6 


124.6 


67.3 


127.5 






AUG 


93.8 


110.9 


88.6 


110.0 


74.9 


115.2 


101.9 


122.3 






SEP 


113.5 


105.7 


91.5 


98.1 


84.4 


109.0 


110.9 


105.7 






OCT 


118.5 


107.6 


113.7 


118.5 


89.1 


82.9 


101-4 


110.9 






NOV 


113.4 


101.9 


103.3 


88.2 


68." 


77.7 


91-9 


101-4 






DEC 


106.2 


84.4 


89.6 


78.2 


70.1 


72.0 


R7.2 


77-3 






^zexagsJ 


LOO.S 


1Q2.2 


91.8 


100.0 


79.3 


93.9 


74.4 


97.0 




















JAN 






















FEB 






















MAP 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 






















§J Boreau of t 
i/ V^ shifted 


he Cezu 
I to 19J 


sua. "Ban loo 
39 base. 


L Consumptioa Reports." 







DIVISION OV REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, HHH:rb, 5-8-35 



R-P 


-28 






- 


'U- 






Code No 


. 3 

■ 1 


WOOL TiaCTILE INDUS THY I 
Receipts of Haw Wool at Boston 


V-AA Domestic (000 of pounds} a/ 

iqp.fi iqP7 192R 19P.9 1930 1 9K1 1 9RP 19RS \9?A 


19.'Yi 




JAN 


4; 767 


6.081 


8.044 


4.532 


6.500 


3.363 


4,928 


7.991 


3.761 


4.478 


FEB 
MAR 


5.097 


6,576 


6.399 


1.836 


5.012 


6.741 


5,131 


8,384 


4.739 


2.380 


11.6S5 


8,600 


6.498 


5.738 


5.628 


8.215 


3.758 


4,032 


3.209 


4.626 


APR 


8.857 


9.522 


8.138 


6.442 


8.501 


10.376 


5.414 


6.544 


2.872 


7.141 


MAY 


13.729 


17.938 


25,843 


16.108 


18.937 


26.151 


10.272 


17.415 


12.025 


17.?46 


JUN 


SP,631 


46,106 


5ajiS£. 


40,596 


i=>4,729 


53.779 


SSOM. 


52,995 


SSuSLZi 


41.809 


JUL 


45.162 


55.877 


51.346 


53.652 


72.313 


76,046 


50.934 


70.876 


58.962 


67.598 


AUG 


23,611 


29.891 


25.802 


35.594 


4.7.826 


34.445 


42.764 


45.593 


22.987 




SEP 


_e.»5ii_ 


11.799 


7.156 


16,975 


4,094 


16.595 


28,209 


22,204 


13.942 




OCT 


6f921 


9.033 


4.598 


6.931 


10,494 


6.567 


16.960 


i£^£4i. 


12.033 




MOV 


R,451 


8.972 


9.322 


8,299 


4.576 


6,163 


11026. 


11.073 


10.687 




DEC 


9.888 


8.794 


7.293 


9.344 


7.574 


5.350 


5.063 


5.583 


4.826 




Average 1 


L4.105 


ie.?66 


17.543 


17.17; 


20.515 


21.149 


17,725 


22.328 


15.296 




V-BB Foreign (OOO of pounds) b/ 




JAN 


















4.799 


699 


FEB 


















Z.Z28 


1.350 


MAR 


















2.711 


1.881 


APR 


















1.533 


1.810 


MAY 


















1.851 


2.455 


JUN 


















1.833 


2.537 


JUL 


















1.010 


4.557 


AUG 


















687 




SEP 


















887 




OCT 


















711 




NOV 


















366 




DEC 


















932 




Average 1 


















1.637 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 












































a/Boston Grain and Jlour llichange, 

b/n. S. Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics 





DIVISION OF REVIEW, N RA 



R-P 


-28 






-12- 






Code No. 3 







1 




WOOL TETTILE IHDOSTRI 
mCHINE ACTIVIIT 


VI-A Broad Looms, Per Cent of Capacity a/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 




JAN 


5^ 


68 


62 


69 


53 


49 


51 


59 


67 


■ ^\ 


FEB 


63 


64 


60 


69 


52 


59 


61 


66 


69 


88 


MAf 


62 


61 


57 


67 


46 


59 


48 


43 


66 


82 


APR 


59 


57 


58 


70 


45 


54 


28 


42 


55 


73 


MAY 


57 


58 


60 


67 


51 


58 


28 


66 


54 


76 


JUN 


57 


60 


59 


65 


53 


61 


31 


87 


54 


77 


JUL 


53 


56 


53 


62 


48 


64 


45 


97 


53 


78 


AUG 


56 


59 


55 


60 


. 44 


70 


60 


87 


51 


85 


SEP 


64 


64 


59 


64 


46 


63 


65 


73 


28 




OCT 


71 


66 


67 


65 


47 


49 


66 


62 


45 




HOV 


73 


66 


70 


59 


47 


45 


59 


64 


48 




DEC 


72 


63 


69 


54 


46 


44 


58 


57 


63 




Averagej 


63 


62 


61 


64 


48 


56 


50 


67 


55 




VI-B NarrorLoofflB, Per Cent of Capacity jj 




JAN 


63 


65 


52 


63 


50 


28 


25 


36 


34 


28 


FEB 


62 


62 


51 


59 


41 


30 


22 


36 


39 


31 


MAR 


61 


63 


57 


60 


39 


34 


26 


28 


38 


29 


APR 


62 


60 


51 


64 


41 


42 


21 


29 


40 


27 


MAY 


57 


61 


53 


51 


39 


45 


18 


46 


40 


28 


JUN 


57 


67 


58 


61 


48 


46 


16 


53 


30 


25 


JUL 


53 


58 


49 


60 


42 


43 


17 


54 


26 


24 


AUG 


55 


65 


48 


62 


43 


45 


26 


51 


24 


31 


SEP 


57 


65 


53 


63 


41 


44 


36 


48 


18 




OCT 


68 


67 


66 


66 


44 


39 


43 


41 


34 




NOV 


67 


64 


66 


65 


37 


31 


42 


39 


29 




DEC 


67 


58 


55 


53 


26 


26 


33 


27 


26 




AxfiZSLgfii 


$1 


,69 


55 


$1 


41 


59 


87 


41 


32 








JAN 












r 








1 


FEB 






















MAP 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















PEC 






















1 






















a/ Bureau of the Census, "Wool Machinery Activity Eeports." (Calendar 
months through May 1934. June 1934, a four week period^ thereafter the 
first two months in each quarter are four week periods, and the third 
month is a five week period. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, N R A 

Industry atatistics Unit, HHH:rb, 10-21-35 



l-P-28 



-18- 



CodeHo* 8 



WOOL TEXTH.F. INDUSTRI i 
MCBINE ACTITITy 1 


VI-AA Woolen Spinning Spiadles, Per Cent of Capacity a/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 19S1 1932 1935 1934 19» 




JAN 


72 


72 


78 


82 


62 


48 


52 


59 


65 


65 


FEB 


70 


74 


77 


82 


61 


66 


58 


60 


76 


92 


MAR 


73 


77 


76 


83 


58 


57 


45 


42 


75 


81 


APR 


72 


77 


75 


84 


58 


55 


26 


53 


70 


76 


MAY 


70 


80 


79 


62 


60 


60 


SO 


77 


65 


83 


JUN 


71 


79 


78 


82 


62 


61 


30 


100 


71 


89 


JUL 


66 


76 


76 


78 


52 


64 


39 


108 


71 


94 


AUC 


67 


78 


74 


77 


, 48 


66 


59 


99 


72 


103 


SEP 


76 


82 


80 


77 


55 


63 


70 


82 


45 




OCT 


86 


82 


88 


78 


53 


53 


73 


68 


63 




hJOV 


81 


80 


85 


69 


52 


46 


60 


63 


66 




DEC 


77 


77 


80 


61 


45 


39 


55 


54 


71 






73 


78 


79 


78 


56 


57 


49 


72 


80 




VI-BB Worsted Spinning Spindlea, Per Cant of C^Reity a/ 




llAN 


72 


75 


66 


69 


55 


52 


63 


56 


50 


74 


FEB 


75 


71 


68 


69 


59 


54 


51 


57 


48 


71 


MAR 


70 


66 


61 


68 


50 


57 


37 


32 


44 


61 


APR 


62 


63 


56 


70 


43 


57 


29 


35 


39 


63 


MAY 


57 


61 


55 


66 


52 


66 


25 


72 


38 


71 


JUN 


59 


61 


49 


65 


56 


73 


34 


92 


29 


72 


JUL 


56 


59 


80 


62 


55 


83 


50 


96 


31 


67 


AUG 


66 


65 


58 


69 


55 


78 


57 


83 


26 


67 


SEP 


74 


71 


62 


70 


60 


70 


74 


69 


21 




OCT 


79 


74 


68 


72 


62 


49 


73 


65 


55 




NOV 


80 


72 


72 


65 


52 


51 


58 


60 


48 




DEC 


78 


65 


66 


57 


52 


49 


57 


46 


65 




ATfiragel 


. 69 


67 


61 


67 


54 


§2 


&0 


H 


40 








JAN 























FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















I 
















1 






a/ Bureau of the Cansua, Wool Machlneiy Activity Reports. (Calendar months 
through Uay 1934. June 1934, a four week period; thereafter the first 
two months in each quarter are four week periods, and the third month is 
a five week period. J 

1 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statistics Unit, HHH:rb, 10-21-36 



R-P 


-28 






-14- 














WOOL OEXTTLR UJDUSffiY 

PRICES - FINISHED GOODS 


VII-A Index of Whole-sale Prices, Woolen and Worsted Goods (1925»100) a/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 




JAK 


106.3 


97.5 


98.6 


91.4 


84,9 


73.7 


63.3 


53.4 


84.3 


73r? , 


FEB 


104,8 


98.5 


99.6 


91.3 


84.2 


73.5 


63,1 


53.2 


84.3 


73.6 


MAR 


102.5 


98.4 


100.3 


91.1 


82.0 


71.8 


62.7 


53.2 


84.0 


73,1 


APR 


100.7 


98.3 


100.2 


9Q.7 


80.7 


69.0 


59.7 


53.3 


82,9 


73,1 


MAY 


99.7 


96.9 


100.6 


89.2 


80.0 


68.5 


58.3 


61.5 


81.0 


73.5 


JUN 


99.6 


96.6 


100.9 


88.3 


79.7 


68-0 


55.0 


&Q.a 


60.8 


75.5 


JUL 


98.5 


96.7 


101.2 


87.7 


79.2 


67.4 


53.6 


72.3 


80.7 




AUG 


97.8 


96.8 


100.7 


86.8 


77.8 


67.4 


53-4 


78.9 


78.9 




SEP 


97,5 


96.9 


99.8 


86.7 


75.9 


65.7 


56.7 


8S.7 


76.0 




OCT 


97.3 


97.6 


99.7 


86,7 


75.0 


64.6 


56-5 


§4.5 


74.9 




HOW 


97.6 


97.7 


99.6 


86-3 


74.7 


fi4-? 


FiPi.K 


fi4.4 


74.1 




DEC 


97.5 


98.0 


99.7 


85.2 


73.9 


63-9 


54-2 


84.3 


74.0 




A.ve rage 1 


100.0 


97.8 


100.1 


88.3 


79.0 


68.2 


57.7 


69,2 


79.8 




;riI-B Index of Wholesale Prices, Woolen and Worsted Goods (1929^100) h/ 




JAN 


120.4 


110.4 


111.7 


103.5 


96.1 


83.5 


71.7 


60.5 


95.5 


83.6 


FEB 


lie,-;' 


111.6 


112.8 


103.4 


95.4 


83.2 


71.5 


60.2 


95.5 


83.4 


MAR 


116.1 


111.4 


113.6 


103.2 


92.9 


81.3 


71.0 


60.2 


95,1 


82.8 


APR 


114.0 


111,3 


113.5 


102,7 


91.4 


78.1 


67.6 


60.4 


92.9 


82.8 


MAY 


112.9 


109.7 


113.9 


101.0 


90.6 


77.5 


66,0 


69.6 


91.7 


83.2 


JUN 


112.6 


109.4 


114.3 


100.0 


90.3 


77,0 


62.3 


77.9 


91.5 


85,6 


JUL 


111.6 


109.5 


114.6 


99.3 


89.7 


76.3 


fiO.7 


fil.9 


qi,/l 




AUG 


110.8 


109.6 


114.0 


98.3 


88.1 


76.3 


60.5 


89.4 


89.4 




SEP 


110.4 


109.7 


113.0 


98.2 


86.0 


74.4 


64.2 


93,7 


88.3 




OCT 


110. 2 


110.5 


112.9 


98.2 


84.9 


73.2 


64.6 


95.7 


84.8 




NOV 


110.5 


110.6 


112.8 


97.7 


84.6 


72.7 


62.6 


95.6 


83.9 




DEC 


L10.4 


111.0 


112.9 


96.5 


83.7 


72.4 


61.4 


95.5 


83-8 




Average 1 


113. 3 


110.8 


113.4 


100.0 


89»5 


77.2 


65.9 


78.4 


90-3 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 






















a/ Bureau of Lahor Statistics. 
b/ TII-A shifted to 1929 hase. 



RESEARCH & PLANNING, 



N.R.A 



Code Industry Analysis Unit, BHPrhp, 9/6/34 



R-P 


-28 








-15- 












WOOL TEXTILE INIUSTRY 
PRICES - RAW MATIJIRIALS 


VIII-A Price Series and Weights for .Index of 

Price of Raw Materials^/ 




JAN 




Item 
















Weight 


FEB 


1) 


Dopiest 


Lc Ter:^ 


itory mod, Ha|lf-Blocid 






.275 


MAR 


2) 


Dome 3 t 


Lc Ohio 


Wool, 


Rrease 


basis . 


half-h5 


ood 




.275 


APR 


3) 


Austra 


Lian Wo 


ol fin 


bond) ^eelong 


56' 3, ^ 


coured 


basis 


.16 


MAY 


4) 


Textil 


J World 


Index 


of Wool 


Tops 








.29 


JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















, 






















YIII-B Index of Price of Raw Materials (1929-100)^ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 




JAN 


118.2 


102.4 


107.. 8 


112.2 


85.8 


63.5 


52.5 


42.8 


88.1 


68.9 


FEB 


115.8 


102.5 


112.9 


111.3 


79.7 


61.8 


52.3 


41.3 


88.4 


65.7 


MAR 


109.4 


102.1 


116.4 


109.1 


76.2 


59.4 


50.4 


42.8 


87.9 


62.3 


APR 


105.2 


101.2 


117.0 


105.8 


73.5 


57.9 


47.2 


43.2 


86.9 


50.7 


MAY 


100.9 


99.2 


117.8 


100.9 


71.8 


57.2 


43.1 


55.7 


83.5 


62.0 


JUN 


99.3 


99.6 


117.8 


97.2 


71.6 


56.9 


38.1 


65.5 


81.1 


69.2" 


JUL 


99.7 


101.2 


116.5 


96.1 


71.7 


57.1 


36.6 


74.8 


77.7 




AUG 


99.7 


101.7 


114.9 


96.6 


71.9 


57.1 


38.3 


77.8 


73.5 




SEP 


100.7 


101.7 


113.8 


96.6 


70.6 


56.0 


46.1 


83.6 


72.7 




OCT 


103.4 


102.9 


111.4 


93.8 


67.5 


54.4 


46.4 


85.4 


70.9 




NOV 


102.4 


104.6 


111.9 


91.4 


66.6 


53.0 


44.9 


85.6 


70.1 




DEC 


102.6 


104.8 


112.2 


89.0 


65.8 


52.7 


43.1 


87.8 


69,5 




Averag^ 


104.7 


102.0 


114.2 


100.0 


72.7 


57.3 


44.9 


65.5 


79.2 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 






















§/ Based on three Bureau of Labor Statistics Series and Textile World Wool 
Series for Wool Tops. Series reduced to 1931=100, and weighted by 1931 
values. Composite index then shifted to 1929-100. 



RESEARCH & H^ANNING, 



N.R.A 



Code Industry Analysis Unit, DBYtda z/l/Zd^ revised 



R-P 


-28 








-!•- 






Code No. 


3 


IDOL TEXTILE INDUSTB7 1 
DOMESTIC EXPORTS 


H-A Ijporta of Wool Cloth (thousands of pounds) sJ 

.. , 19?$ 1987 19S8 1929 1930 1931 1932 i^Psa iQiw iqsr 




JAN 


27-8 


56.4 


41.7 


39.8 


52.8 


22.3 


8.1 


4.9 


15.2 


38.5 


FEB 


35.9 


25.1 


32.1 


29.3 


37.9 


19.2 


3.2 


3.1 


9.0 


96.0 


MAR 


34.5 


32.4 


53.8 


44.2 


26.4 


20.5 


7.7 


4.7 


29.0 


13.0 


APR 


39.4 


29.3 


28.4 


40.1 


28.2 


16.4 


10.0 


6.2 


8.8 


10.1 


MAY 


47.0 


36.2 


50.4 


31.3 


39.0 


17.1 


3.8 


7.3 


26.0 


15.9 


JUN 


30.9 


35 -a 


41.3 


56.6 


28.9 


13.7 


9.6 


9.0 


10.0 


15.7 


JUL 


43.1 


41.4 


39.7 


39.7 


25.3 


31.4 


9.1 


6.3 


22.9 


27.9 


AUG 


43.6 


59.2 


41.0 


38.0 


54.6 


26.5 


5.7 


5.5 


21.9 




SEP 


31.6 


36.7 


37.2 


35.4 


18.9 


10.2 


5.3 


16.4 


11.9 




OCT 


36.0 


35.5 


40.0 


49.7 


32.9 


7.9 


9.6 


7.2 


12.6 




MOV 


35.9 


38.1 


37.8 


31.8 


17.3 


5.4 


3.8 


6.3 


10.1 




DEC 


27.2 


32.6 


42.7 


33.1 


19.1 


10.6 


5.6 


10.3 


12.1 




^T?ra?e,i 


36.; 


36.6 


40.5 


39.1 


30.1 


16.8 


6.8 


7.3 


15.7 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 


























JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















~^ 






















a/ Borsau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce; "Monthly Summary of Foreign 
Comnerca.'' Total of wool cloth, dress goods, mohair cloth and other 
wool fabrics. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, HHHrrb, 5-8-35 



R-P 


-28 






m 


■17- 






Code No. 


5 






NDUSTEY 
omption a/ 




iroOL TEXTTLK I 
lBQ)ort8 for CoQsi 




X-A Woolen, Worsted and Mohair Ribrlcs (thousands of pounds) i/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1 




JAN 


■ 






I1D515 


711.0 


278.5 


137.1 


213.0 


299.3 


283.8 


FEB 








786.4 


559.7 


170.6 


164.9 


240.8 


273.7 


227.8 


MAA 








832.5 


507.3 


214.6 


168.3 


183.4 


222.1 


260.9 


APR 








725.3 


482.2 


244.4 


126.1 


119.7 


168.6 


230.5 


MAY 








794.9 


498.4 


197.8 


97.7 


148.7 


163.9 


160.2 


JUN 








IQIQ^JL 


688.3 


125*2- 


Oia^iL 


190.7 


189.6 


236-6 


JUL 








1072.7 


325.5 


212.9 


U6.6' 


296.3 


237.0 




AUG 








806.5 


297.6 


234.3 


189.3 




219.6 




SEP 








675.5 


267.8 


208.1 


198.0 


280.5 


172.8 




OCT 








791.5 


225.8 


179.3 


176.9 


278.8 


145.9 




MOV 








664.2 


202.4 


193.6 


188.3 


254.7 


179.1 




DEC 








676.8 


225.8 


281.2 


175.6 


222.4 


200.4 




Wera«9 i 








824.0 


416.0 


216.7 


156.7 


231.1 


206.0 




I-B Woolen Fabrics (thousands of pounds) 






JAN 








•854.8 


567.1 


188.8 


94.1 


164.3 


229.0 


220.9 


FEB 








672.2 


458.4 


130.9 


131.9 


184.5 


208.5 


190.8 


MAR 








699.0 


449.7 


163.2 


132.4 


142.2 


170,4 


227.5 


APR 








618.1 


417.9 


199.8 


86.9 


88.6 


143.0 


190.6 


MAY 








685.0 


411.8 


161.3 


76.1 


95.9 


134.8 


155.1 


JUN 








843.9 


623.5 


140.0 


113.4 


142.5 


165.8 


220.1 


JUL 








921.4 


262.7 


174.5 


93.6 


221.4 


203.9 




AUG 








671.7 


225.3 


200.6 


153.4 


278.3 


196.2 




SEP 








582.8 


220.5 


174.2 


161.1 


228.8 


150.0 




OCT 








649.0 


179.1 


145.4 


136.6 


246.1 


125.7 




NOV 








536.6 


160.3 


137.4 


147.2 


207.0 


148.8 




DEC 








523.9 


168.5 


212.7 


131.3 


166.0 


155.1 




^▼eraKsl 








688.2 


345.6 


169.1 


121.5 


180.5 


169.3 




X-C Worsted Fabrics (thousands of pounds) 


f 


JAN 








190.3 


140.3 


85.3 


42.0 


47.5 


70.2 


62.9 


FEB 








110.7 


89.3 


36.6 


32.2 


53.7 


64.4 


37.0 


MAF 








124.2 


55.4 


51.2 


34.4 


38.8 


49.7 


32.9 


APR 








86.2 


63.5 


42.2 


37.8 


29.4 


25.3 


38.9 


MAY 








96.3 


77.9 


35.4 


21.4 


51.0 


28.1 


21.4 


JUN 








155.7 


58.9 


44.0 


29.0 


47.0 


23,8 


15.3 


JUL 








141.7 


58.5 


37.2 


21.9 


73.7 


33.1 




AUG 








129.1 


52.4 


33.1 


35.3 


62.4 


22.9 




SEP 








87.6 


45.2 


32.2 


36.6 


50.8 


22.8 




OCT 








130.0 


40.8 


31.8 


39.2 


52.2 


19.7 




NOV 








124.0 


40.4 


55.1 


38.8 


46.4 


29.3 




DEC 








150.5 


57.3 


66.9 


42.0 


55.5 


44.7 




ATeraeel 








127.2 


65.8 


45.9 


34.2 


49.0 


36.8 




SJ U. S. Tariff Comnlssion 
Bureau of Foreign and Don 
Conmerce." 

jt/ Sum of Tables X-B, C, anc 


unpublished data), 1929-1934; 1935 to dat 
aestic Coramnrce, "Monthly Summary of Forei 

I D. 


gn 



DIVISION 0¥ REVIEW, N R A 
Industry Statistics Unit. HHH:rb. 5-8-35 



R-P 


-28 






« 


>18- 




Code No. 


3 


WOOL TEXnLB DIDUSTBr 1 
loports for CoBi8uiQ>tlon a/ 


X-D Mohair fabrics (poands) 

1926 1927 ISSR 1929 1930 1931 1932 193S 1934 1935 1 




JA^ 


■ 






6.464 


3.596 


4. 379 


1.005 


1.227 


131 





FEB 








3.511 


11.975 


3.065 


772 


2.635 


616 





MAf 








9.600 


2.218 


189 


1,487 


2,352 


_2jiia. 


479 


APR 








20.994 


827 


2.370 


1.471 


1.717 


288 


973 


MAY 








13w570 


8.606 


1.079 


250 


1.842 


1.039 


3.658 


JUN 








10,873 


5,909 


1,265 


531 


_ia5a_ 


27 


1,167 


JUL 








9.606 


4.331 


1.299 


1.032 


1.235 







AUG 








5.687 


9.852 


602 


688 


3.872 


453 




SEP 








5.185 


2.100 


1.678 


558 


886 


28 




OCT 








12.552 


5.949 


2.094 


1,154 


530 


536 




WV 








S.573 


1.670 


1.056 


?.?Si 


XJSiL, 


1,007 




DEC 








2.415 





1.577 


2.415 


814 


628 




JlTarage, 








8.669 


4,753 


1.721 


1.129 


1,627 


580 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 













. _ 








L. . 






JAN 






















FEB 






















MAF 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















PEC 






















1 






















SJ U, S, Ikrlff Commissioa (unpuhliahed data), 1929-19S4; 1935 to date, 
Bureau of Foreign and DomeBtic Canmerce, ^Monthly Sumnary of Foreign 
fiaaneree." 



DIVISION OV REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistloa Unit, EHH:rb, b'^cSS 



R-P 


-28 






« 


19. 








Cft^« No- R 


■ — — - . . -. -- 

WOOL 'JKXTILK DJDUSTRT 

I]q>ortB for Consiusption 


... 

n-A Clothing Wool, Combing Wool an<L Mohair, Actual Weight (thousands 

of pounds) ^ 
19P.fi iqP7 IcjflR iqpq iqm l_Q3l tOM 1932 1^34 1535. 




JAN 


[ 






10.675 


L2.828 


3.467 


2.347 


494 


3.028 


2.109 


FEB 








L3.104 


7.491 


5.072 


2.541 


506 


3.625 


1.847 


MAfl 








10,241 


8.125 


4,119 


2,560 


436 


4,422 


1.654 


APR 








L2.427 


10.317 


5.022 


493 


311 


2.384 


1.395 


MAY 








9.132 


8.295 


3.502 


632 


1.252 


1.169 


1.827 


JUN 








_5*£fii_ 


17,093 


1,873 


1,382 


S.O.'Sl 


l.M.'S 


l,.«S9fi 


JUL 








6.S29 


2.530 


2.492 


305 


3.898 


1.171 




AUG 








7.191 


2.197 


2.239 


292 


5.614 


823 




SEP 








7.578 


1.998 


2,143 


656 


4,251 


1,021 




OCT 








9.818 


1.819 


1.708 


659 


6.995 


1.628 




MOV 








7.418 


2,471 


2,036 


757 


3,199 


2,074 




DEC 








4.004 


2.442 


2.153 


835 


2.128 


1.572 




Averaeei 








3.648 


6.467 


2.986 


1.122 


2,678 


2.018 




XI-B Clothing Wool, Combing Wool and Mohair, Glean Content 

(thousands of pounds) b/ 




JAN 








6,545 


7.212 


1.911 


1.301 


303 


1.862 




FEE 








7.866 


4.357 


2.896 


1.541 


320 


2.163 




MAR 








6.341 


4.838 


2.388 


1.324 


313 


2,735 




APR 








7.548 


5.814 


3.039 


293 


213 


1.432 




MAY 








5.584 


4.846 


2.100 


408 


782 


742 




JUN 








3.823 


10.499 


1.188 


631 


1.733 


832 




JUL 








3,970 


1.504 


1.436 


185 


2.330 


717 




AUG 








4.597 


1.200 


1.339 


193 


3.511 


478 




SEP 








4.591 


1.239 


1.516 


416 


2.682 


646 




OCT 








5.783 


1.129 


1.040 


407 


4.122 


1,098 




NOV 








4,543 


1,409 


1,304 


487 


1.945 


1.315 




DEC 








2.342 


1.335 


1.144 


502 


1.357 


929 




Average! 








5.294 


3.782 


1.758 


641 


1.633 


1.246 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 












































_a/ Sum of Ifebles HI-A, B and C. 
^ Sum of Tables HII-A, B and C. 



DIVISION OF 'REVIEW, N R A 
Industry Statistics Unit, HHH:rb, 5-8-35 



R-P 


-28 






-20- 






Coda No. S 




WOOL TKITTLE IMDOSTKT 
Ingports for Consumption ^ 




ni-A Clothing Wool, Actual Weight (thousands of pounds) 
1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 


1935 




JAM 


■ 






1.775 


2.911 


746 


453 


197 


407 


501 


FEB 








1.931 


1.736 


478 


768 


32 


1.381 


293 


MAR 








2.702 


1.938 


507 


1,019 


n\ 


437 


80 


APR 








2.004 


2.028 


1.335 


179 


22 


772 


114 


MAY 








1.613 


1.641 


210 


92 


84 


n 


le? 


JUN 








1.177 


4.558 


193 


1.104 


785 


166 


155 


JUL 








847 


468 


298 


64 


851 


39 




AUG 








696 


659 


105 


38 


501 


?Q4; 




SEP 








1.612 


361 


447 


2S 


5^* 


S93 




OCT 








2.318 


325 


151 


48 


1.755 


278 




wv 








1.389 


266 


480 


60 


211 


254 




DEC 








950 


113 


605 


251 


203 


336 




Are rase 








1.585 


1,417 


463 


342 


440 


390 




XII-B Combing Wool, Actunl Wei^t (thousands of pounds) 




JAN 








8.659 


9.648 


2.713 


1.883 


291 


2.499 


1.521 


FEB 


1 






L0.329 


5.461 


4.508 


1.751 


460 


2.055 


1.461 


MAR 








7.222 


6.042 


3.582 


1,516 


361 


3,605 


1.451 


APR 








9.717 


8.064 


3.663 


299 


275 


1.575 


1.089 


MAY 








7.251 


6.387 


3.184 


534 


1.144 


1,070 


1,485 


JUN 








4.335 


L2.019 


1.668 


278 


2.191 


1.109 


1.294 


JUL 








5.065 


2.024 


2.183 


217 


3.016 


1,089 




AUG 








5.926 


1.448 


2.115 


244 


5.064 


500 




SEP 








5.690 


1.603 


1.687 


573 


3.614 


770 




OCT 








7.424 


1.461 


1.551 


595 


4.855 


1.299 




NOV 








5.943 


2.193 


1,517 


678 


2.846 


1.705 




DEC 








2.884 


2.298 


1.541 


563 


1.679 


1.200 




ATeragel 








6.704 


4.887 


2.493 


761 


2.150 


1.540 




XII-C Uohalr, Actual Weight (thousands of pounds) 




JAN 








241 


269 


8 


11 


6 


122 


87 


FEB 








844 


294 


86 


22 


14 


191 


93 


MAR 








317 


145 


30 


25 


4 


380 


123 


APR 








706 


225 


24 


15 


16 


37 


192 


MAY 








268 


267 


108 


6 


24 


25 


159 


JUN 








349 


516 


12 


-- 


75 


20 


149 


JUL 








417 


38 


11 


24 


31 


43 




AUG 








569 


90 


19 


10 


49 


19 




SEP 








276 


34 


9 


60 


73 


18 




OCT 








77 


33 


6 


15 


385 


51 




NOV 








88 


12 


39 


19 


142 


115 




DEC 








170 


a. 


7 


21 


246 


36 




AT9r9gfli 








360 


X63 


30 


i9 


89 


88 




a/ u. s. Tariff Commission lunpublished data), 1929-1934; 1935 to dat« 
Bureau of foreign and Domestic Commerce, "Monthly Summary of Forei{ 
Commerce." (Mohair includes hair of Cashmere goat as well as hair 
Angora goat.) 


of 



Dl'-'ISION cyF REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, HHH:rb, 5-8-35 



^-P-28 



-3L- 



Cote No. 3 



WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRT | 
Inqporte for Consumption sJ H 


XIII-A Clothing Wool, Clean Content (thousanda of pounds } i 
1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 19S4 1935 1 




JA»4 








969 


1.370 


434 


224 


116 


225 





FEB 








1.015 


972 


284 


460 


21 


714 




MAR 








1.700 


1.071 


276 


418 


60 


241 




APR 








1.341 


1.033 


897 


99 


17 


436 




MAY 








1,027 


960 


. 133 


63 


59 


42 




JUN 








860 


2.786 


122 


461 


356 


88 




JUL 








601 


255 


160 


38 


501 


29 




AUG 








493 


368 


55 


23 


ai 


169 




SEP 








855 


193 


285 


13 


574 


126 




OCT 








1.209 


197 


98 


SO 


911 


165 




MOV 






• 


852 


157 


285 


36 


152 


165 




DEC 








460 


61 


262 


148 


131 


183 




Ay^irap;? 








949 


785 


274 


168 


249 


215 




XIII-B Combing Wool, Cieaa- Content tttiousanda of pounds) 






JAN 








'5.400 


5.647 


1.471 


1.068 


182 


1.540 




FEB 








6,281 


3,165 


2.547 


1.065 


289 


1.294 




MAR 








4.407 


3.662 


2.090 


887 


2S0 


2.207 




APR 








5.700 


4.614 


2.123 


182 


184 


969 




MAY 








4.351 


3.689 


1.886 


340 


704 


681 




JUN 








2.702 


7.325 


1.058 


169 


1.317 


728 




JUL 








3.092 


1.219 


1.267 


129 


1.795 


654 




AUG 








3.677 


763 


1„270 


162 


5.161 


294 




SEP 








3.532 


i.oao 


1.024 


357 


2.252 


506 




OCT 








4.517 


907 


901 


364 


2,917 


893 




NOV 








3.628 


1.243 


989 


435 


1.705 


1.060 




DEC 








1.756 


1.250 


877 


337 


1.042 


718 




AveraR^ 








4.087 


2.875 


1.459 


458 


1.317 


962 




illl-C Mohair, Clean Content (thousanda of iwmnds) 




JAN 








176 


195 


6 


9 


9 


97 




FEB 








570 


220 


65 


16 


10 


155 




MAR 








234 


106 


22 


19 


3 


287 




APR 








507 


167 


19 


12 


12 


28 




MAY 








206 


197 


81 


5 


19 


19 




JUN 








261 


388 


8 




60 


16 




JUL 








277 


30 


9 


18 


24 


34 




AUG 








427 


69 


14 


8 


39 


15 




SEP 








204 


26 


7 


46 


56 


14 




fiCT 








58 


25 


5 


13 


295 


40 




NOV 








63 


9 


30 


16 


108 


92 




DEC 








126 


24 


5 


17 


184 


28 




Averasd 








259 


121 


23 


15 


68 


69 




§J U. S. Tariff Goimniasion (unpublished data). (Mohair includi 
Chshmere goat as well as hair of Aagora goat.) 


9S hair of 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, HHH:rb, 5-8-35 



-23- 



XABLX ZIT 



WOOL TEXTILE dDUSIBX 
EstaljllalinentB, Wa^e Eamera, Vages, Cost of Uaterlals, Talue of Products, 
Value Added, and Horaapowar, ^ CanKOs Tears, 1839 ^o 1933 

















- / 




Talue Added by 






Humter of 


Wage Xamers 


Wafas 




Cost of Material sS' 


Value of Products 


Uanufacture 


Horsepower 


Tear 


Sstabllahiaants 


(iTerage for ' 


rear) 


(Ihouaands of Dollars) 


(fhousands of Dollars) 


(Thousands of Dollars) 


(thousands of Dollars) 


(In thousands) 


189? 
1904 


1,221 


125,901 




44,850 




l4«,OS7 




238.71*5 


90,657 


234 


1,018 


l4l,998 




55.097 




197, »«9 




307,91*2 
419, 7H4 


110,452 


270 


190? 
1914 


911 


163.192 




69.727 




273.J*39 




146,305 


^1 


799 


158.692 
166,787 




75.953 




246,497 




379. JW4 
1.065.434 


132.988 


1919 


852 




168,109 




665,595 




399.839 


1921 


Sl4 


162,364 




171^.895 




»«)0,o46 




755.584 


355.538 
439,827 


i/ 


1923 


S51 


19"*. 552 




222,985 




622,732 




1,062,558 


538 


1925 


832 


165,224 




191.271 




620,402 




957.790 


337.388 


570 


1927 




15H.361 




173.822 
164,151 




502,108 




817.978 


315,870 


55" 


1929 


724 


l»t6,959 






502.532 




827,006 


324,475 


508 


1931 


621 


119.537 




117.583 




278,667 




496,242 


217,575 


H 


1933 


571 


127,227 




101,888 




259.503 




457,880 


198.377 


s/ 


Source: 


OeMUfl of Mapufactures. iq2q: Tol 


. II. 


p. 4l2, and Eelease for I933, p. 4. Data are 


for 


Census classifications "Woolen Ooods and Worsted Goods.* fhay do 




not Include establlsbments with aimual 


production valiied at less 


than 15.000 in 192I 


and 


subsequent Caasus years, foi 


' prior Census years data do not include 




establiskuents with anmuJ. production ^ 


iralued at less than 


$500. 












il, 


Includes cost of materials, fuel. 




energy. 






, 






5/ 


Hot available. 





















prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
DiTle^cn of EaTiew. HHA. 
October l4, 1935. 



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nsui vr-x 



WOOL TEXTILE lUnUSTHT 
Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Materials, 
and Value of Products, by States, 1919 



E5C 



StfttQ 



U. S. Total 

Connecticut 

Maine 

Uassacbusetts 

Hew HaiapsMre 
Hew Jersey 

Sew Tork 
Pennsylvania 
Hhode Island 
TeriBout 



Other State 



s^ 



.■-Ji8.taT?lilatiB«t8 

Per Cent 

gypber of Tp^al 



852 

66 
182 

26 

39 

197 

88 

18 



Oas!^ 



100.0 

5.2 

77 

21.4 

5.2 

3.1 

k.S 
23.1 
10.3 

2.1 

17.3 



Wage Tgamara 



-BUDkaZ- 



7.79s 

9.913 

53,861+ 

9.772 

i4,»J90 

7.212 
22,798 
2>+,393 

3.031 
12.916 



Per Cent 



166,787 100.0 



5- 

32 

5. 



S.7 

4.7 
13.7 
14.7 

1.8 

7-7 



ffagfls 



thousands 
of Bollara 



168,109 

8.567 
11.038 
56,750 

9.5% 
14,169 

7.075 
23.837 
23,634 

3.382 

10,108 



Per Cent 
Of aotftl 



100,0 

5.1 
6.6 

33-7 
5-7 
8.4 

4.2 

14.2 

14.1 

2.0 

6.0 



Ooat of Materj.^li 
Tbousands Per 0«nt 

of Dollars of Total, 



665.595 



40,336 



100.0 



31.738 
36.227 
212,710 
26,479 
54.573 


4.8 
5-4 
31-9 
3.9 
8.2 


25,230 
110,851 
116,915 

10,536 


3.8 
16.7 
17.6 

1.6 



6.1 



Talna of VrnAtv.ta 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



1.065,434 



66,817 



Per Cent 

qf Botal 



100.0 



51.285 


4.8 


60.327 


5-7 


342,626 


32.2 


45.944 


'*•? 


100,325 


9.4 


38.657 


3.6 


166.715 


15.6 


175.312 

17.426 


1.6 



6.3 



Source: Cengaa of Maanf ac tures . IQiq. p. 223. Data are for Census classification "Woolen and Worsted Goods." They do not include establishments with annual 
prodaction Talued at less than $500. 

a/ Includes cost of materials, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 

b/ Indiana, 11; Kentucky, 10; Maryland, 3; Uichlgan, 9; Minnesota, 11; Tennessee, 13; Virginia, 12; West Virginia, 7. Wisconsin, 24; net saparately shown 4S. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Dirision of SeTiew, HIU. 
October 12, I935 



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7ABI.S X7-B 



TOOL TEXTILE DHXISIRY 

Sstabllsbments, Tage Zamers, Wages. Cost Of Materials, Value of Products, 

and Value Added by Manufacture, by States, 1921 



State 



Bstabllahmente 
Per Cant 
number of Total 



ffagea 



Komber 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Cfl3t of M^teylalgS/ 
Thousands Per Cant 
of Dollars of Total 



Value of Products 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Value Added by 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



U. S. Total 

Oonneetlcat 
Maine 

Uassactaosetts 
Hew Haapshire 
lew Jert«er 

I«« York 
OQile 

PvanaylTanla 
Bhode Island 
Vernon tS/ 



Sli* 

^3 

57 

180 

39 
28 

Ik 

198 
86 
16 



100.0 

5-3 
7.0 

22.1 
k.8 
3-5 

k.7 
1.7 

24.3 

10.6 

2.0 



Other StateaS/i/ lljs/i/ l4.1 



162. 36U 100.0 



7,58»* 

9.591 

56.61*1^ 

5.059 
15.109 

7.199 

2.457 

22,0lt2 

23,004 

2,557 

11.312 



H.5 
5.9 
34.9 
3-1 
9.3 

k.k 

1-5 
13.6 

14.2 
1.6 

7.y 



17^.895 



100.0 



8,254 


»*.7 


11,264 


6.5 


63.230 


36.2 


5.982 


3.'^ 


16.792 


9.5 


7.058 


4.0 


2,072 


1.2 


22.67^ 
24,064 


13.0 


13.7 


3.087 


1.8 



400,046 100.0 



10,417 



6.0 



I9,l40 
22.292 
l42,l64 
11,809 
25,563 

13.780 
4,444 

63,703 

68.4^5 

6.145 

22,551 



4.8 
5.6 
35.6 
3.0 
6.4 

3.4 

1.1 

15.9 

17.1 

1-5 

5.6 



755.584 100.0 



42,194 


4.4 
34! 8 


262,633 


a, 701 


2.9 


73.558 


9.8 


27.443 


3.6 


12,292 


1.6 


111.711 


14.8 


117,280 


'tl 


10,863 



355.538 



100.0 



14,594 


4.1 


19.903 


5.6 


.20,470 


33.9 


9.892 


2.8 


47.994 


13.5 


13,662 


3.8 


7.847 


2.2 


48,008 


13.5 


48,825 


13.8 


4,718 


1.3 



42,175 



5.6 



19,625 



5.5 



Source: Ganaoa of Manufactqres. IQa.. pp. 3IO - 312. Data are a combination of Census classifications "Woolen Goods" and "Worsted Goods. " They do not Include 
estaMislments with annual production valued at less than $5,000. 



i 



&/ 



Includes cost of materials, foal, and purchased electric energy. 

JlCores for this state are understated in that they represent "Woolen Qooda* only. Statistics for 2 establishments, Included in Census classification 

'Worsted Goods" were withheld from state figures to avoid divulging information on indlTidual establiahnents, but they have been included in data on 

"Other States." 

California, 2; Delaware, 2; Georgia, 4; Illinois, 5; Indiana, 9; Iowa, 2; Kentucky, 4; Maryland, 3; Michigan, 8; Minnesota, 10; Missouri. 1; Horth Carolina, 4; 

Oregon, g; Tennessee, 9; Texas, 1; Utah, 2; Vermont, 2; Virginia, 11; Washington, 2; West Virginia, 8; Wisconsin, 18. 

Prepared by 

Inftastry Statistics nolt, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Beview, BBA. 
October 11, I935 



-25- 



TABLZ XT-C 

WOOL TiXrilJE IHBITSXET 
Sstablisbments, Wage Samers, Wages, Cost of UaterialB. Talue of FxodnctB, 
and Talue Added 1>7 Manufacture, by States. I923 





J^t^bl^lshBenta 






Wafea 


Cost Of MatflrifllW 

Thousands Per Oeat 




Talue Added by 






Far Cent 




Per Cent 


Thousands 


Per Cent 


Thousands 


Far C«at 


Thousands 


Per Cent 


State 


Hoaber 


of lotal 




Hufflber 


of Total 


of Dollars 


of Total 


of Dollars 


of Total 


of Dollars 


of Total 


of Dollars 


of Total 


U. S. fctal 


851 


100.0 




194,552 


100.0 


222.985 


100.0 


622,731 


100.0 


1,062.559 


100.0 


439.826 


100.0 


Connect! cat 
lialae 

MasBachosettt , 
Hew HBBnpBhirefi' 
Sew Jersey 


60 

186 

37 

33 


5-9 

7.1 
21.9 

4.3 

3-9 




8.796 
13.057 
64,842 

5.844 
17.838 


^•5 

6.7 

33.4 

9.2 


10,702 

i6,64s 

76.189 

7.380 

21,369 


4.8 

7.4 

34.2 

3.3 

9.6 


26.555 
38,859 
202,208 
16.634 
52.322 


^3 
6.2 

32.5 
2.7 
8.4 


45.607 
70.605 

352.137 
28,951 
88,436 


't-3 
6.6 
33.2 
2.7 
8.3 


19.052 
31.746 
149,928 
12,347 
36.114 


4.3 

7.2 
34.1 

2.8 
8.2 


Hew lork 
FesiLsylTanla 
Bhode Island 
Tensont 


37 

197 

91 

17 


4.3 
23.1 
10.7 

2.0 




7.857 
26i8«) 

4.309 


4.0 
13.1 
13.8 

2.2 


8,479 
28,233 
30.293 

5.576 


3.8 

12.7 
13.6 

2.5 


21,866 

103.599 

102,183 
12,482 


It 

16.4 

2.0 


163,164 
167.773 

22,428 


3.6 
15.4 
15.8 

2.1 


16,268 

59.566 

65,390 

9.946 


3.7 

l4.9 
2-3 


Other State sS/^ 


l43S/i/ 


16.8 




19,678 


10.1 


18,ll6 


8.1 


45,823 


7.4 


85.293 


8.0 


39.469 


9.0 


Bnnrftfli QmU <}f Uiurrfifnr.tr 


ires. 192^. -dd. 127 and 128. Data 


are a enablnation of Census classifications "Woolen Ooods" and "Torsted Goods." 
than $5,000. 


They do not incli 


ide 


ettablli 


taents wltl 




a/ Includes coat of materials, fael; and porchased electric enerfir. 

b/ Tlgores for this stats are Tinderstated la that they represent "Woolen Ooods" only. 


Statistics 


for 4 establishments, included in Census classification 





"Worsted Ooeds," were withheld from state figures to avoid dirulging infomation on indirldual establishments, but they have been included in data on 
■Other States." 
0/ California, 3; Delaware, 1; Seorgia, 4; Illinois, 6; Indiana, 9; Iowa, 3; Kentucky, 5; Louisiana, 1; Maryland, 4; Michigan, 10; Minnesota. 9: Missouri, 1; 
Hew Hampshire, 4; Horth Carolina, 7; Ohio. I6; Oregon, 8; South Carolina, 1; Tennessee, 7; Texas, 1; Utah, 2; Temont, 1; Virginia, 10; Washington, 2; 
West Virginia, 8{ Wisconsin, 20. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Ibit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Ssvlew, HBA. 
October 11, I935 







-26- 








TABLE XV-D 
















• 




WOOL TEXTILE mTOSTHY 
XstaUlslMents, Vage Earners, ITages, Cost of Materials, Value of Products, 
and Value Added by Manufacture, by States, I925 












Eatatli 


l,^haants 


Wflt^ft E«rn«r« 


., , Wa^es 


Cost of Materlal»a/ 
Thousands Per Cant 
of Dollars of Total 


Yallie or Prodimta 


Value Added by 


state 


ITumber 


Per Cant 
of Total 


Huniter 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thoiisands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


U. S. Total 


832 


100.0 


165,224 


100.0 


191.271 


100.0 


620.1JO2 


100.0 


957.790 


100.0 


337,389 


100.0 


Connectieat 

Maine 

Massacbusette . 
Half Hampshire^ 
New Jers^ 


49 

62 

187 
35 
33 


5-9 
7-5 
22.5 
4.2 
4.0 


8,837 
11.789 

54.876 

5.363 
15.157 


5.4 

7.1 

33.2 

3.3 

9.2 


11.294 
14.790 

64.931 

6,820 

17.362 


5-9 
7.7 
33.9 
3.6 
9-1 


3O.8I6 

37.432 

200.289 

17.110 

57.781 


5.0 

6.0 

32.3 
2.8 

9.3 


50.^5 
64.923 
309.528 
28.906 
85.764 


^3 

6.8 

32.3 
3.0 
9.0 


19.789 
27.492 

109.239 
11.796 
27.983 


5.9 

8.1 

32.4 

3.5 

8.3 


Hew York 
Fennsylvanla 
Bhode Inland 
VennoatS/ 


40 

171 

94 

16 


4.8 
20.5 
11.3 

1-9 


6.519 
18.646 
22,206 

2,933 


3-9 
11.3 
13- H 

1.8 


7.403 
21,442 
24,949 

3.666 


3-9 
11.2 

13.1 

1-9 


. 19,»*39 

87.761 

99.707 

9.3O8 


11 

16.1 

1-5 


32,034 
129.1% 
146,645 

14.328 


3-3 
13.5 
15.3 

1.5 


12.594 

4l,38S 

46.939 

5.019 


3.7 
12.3 
13-9 

1.5 



Other StatesS/b/ l45s/b/ 17. 4 



18.838 11.4 



lS,6l4 



9-7 



60.759 



9.8 



95,908 



10.0 



35.150 



10.4 



Source: Caosus of Manufactures. iq2S. pp. 385 and 386. Data are a combination of Census clasaif icatioOB "ffoolen Goods" and "Worsted Goods. • They do not Include 
establishments with annual production valued at less than $5,000. 

y Includes cost of materials, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 

b/ llgares for these states are understated in that they represent "Woolen Goods" only. Statistics for 4 establishments in New Hampshire, and 1 in Veimont, 

Included in Census classification "Worsted Goods" were withheld from state figures to avoid divulging information on individual establishneats, but th^ 

have been included in data on "Other States." 
c/ California, 3; Delaware, 1; Georgia, 4; Illinois, 5; Indiana, 9; Iowa, 2; Kentuclsy, 5; Louisiana, 1; Maryland, 4; Michigan, 9; Minnesota, 11; Missouri. 1; 

Hew Hampshire. 4; North Carolina, 8; Ohio, 16; Oregon, 9; South Carolina. 2; Tennessee, 9; Texas, 1; Utah, 2; Vermont, 1; Virginia. 9; Washington, 2; 

West Virginia, 7: Wisconsin, 20. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section. 
DivlsivB of Saview, HBA. 
Octob«r.ll. 1935 



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TABLB I7-B 







TOOL TEXTILE INDUSTET 
Establlfihments, Wage Karaero, Wages, Coat of Materials, Value 
and 7alue Added ty Uaxmfacture, "by States, 19^7 


of Products 








EBtatllshments 

Per Cent 
Number of Total 


Wa£e Earners 

Per Cent 
Hxanber of Total 


Wases 


Cost of UaterialRS/ 
Thousands Per Cant 
of Dollars of Total 




Value Added by 
_ltan»facture 
Thousands Per Oant 
of Dollars of Total 


State 


ThouB^de Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 


Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 


U. S. Total 


759 100.0 


l5l^,36l 100.0 


173.822 100.0 


502,108 


100.0 


817,979 100.0 


315,871 100.0 



Connecticut 
Maine 

UasBachusetts . 
New Hampshire^ 
New Jersey 

New Tork 
PennsylTanla 
Shode Island 
Vermont^/ 



ilO 


5-3 


59 


7.S 


174 


22.9 


g 


k.6 


3.2 


38 


50 


1146 


19.2 


95 


12.5 


15 


2.0 



8.993 
10,381^ 
5l,06»i 

5.007 

9.953 

6.101 
17.26U 
2lt,389 

2,619 



5.8 
6.7 
33.1 
3-2 
6.4 

4.0 
11.2 
15-9 

1-7 



11,662 


6.7 


12.167 


7.0 


5S.037 


33.4 


6,l4i 


3-5 


12,235 


7.0 


6,865 


3-9 


19.599 


11.3 


26,500 


15-3 


3.05s 


l.S 



30,307 


6.0 


28,334 


5.6 


163,150 


32.6 


13.147 


2.6 


31.627 


6.3 


17.860 


3-6 


69,820 


13-9 


91.122 


18.1 


6,982 


1.4 



Other StatesS/i/ 133S/i/ 17.5 



18,585 12.0 



17.558 



10.1 



49.759 



9.9 



49.945 
51.874 
268,836 
24,143 
53.370 

31.045 
105,622 
137,566 

10,940 

84,638 



6.1 


19.6?8 


6.2 


63 


23.541 


7.4 


32.9 


105,687 


33-5 


3.0 


10,996 
21,743 


3-5 


6.5 


6.9 


3.8 


13.185 


4.2 


12.9 
16.9 


46)444 


11.3 
14.7 


1-3 


3.95s 


1.3 



10.3 



34,876 



11.0 



Source: 






Canmia of MAmifaf^ t\iree. iq27 . pp. 1+33 and 434. Data are a combinatioa of Census classifications "Woolen Soods" and "Worsted Goods." 
establishments with nriTnial production valued at less than $5,000. 



They do not include 



Includes cost of materials, fuel, and purchased electii.c energy. 

Tigures for these states are understated in that they represent "Woolen Goods" only. Statistics for 4 establishments in New Hampshire and 1 in Vennont, 

included in Census classification "Worsted Goods," were withheld from state figures to avoid divulging information on individual establishnents, but they 

have been included in data on "Other States." 

California, 5; Delaware, 1; Georgia, 4; Illinois, 5; Iowa, 2; Indiana, 6; Kentucky, 6; Loxilslana, 1; Maryland, 4; Michigan, 8; Minnesota, 11; Missouri, 1; 

New Hempshire, 4; New Mexico, 1; North Carolina, 6; Ohio, 12; Oregon, 7; South Carolina, 2; Tennessee, 9; Teacas, 1; Utah, 2; Vermont, 1; Virginia, 7; 

Washington, 1; West Virginia, 8; Wisconsin, 18. 

Prepared by . , 

Industry Statistics lAiit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Beviev, NSA. 
October 11, I935 



-28. 



XABLS X7-7 



WOOL TEXTILS INIIUS!EBT 
SstaMislnents, Vage Zamers, fages. Cost of Uaterlals. Value of Products, 
and Value Added ^7 Manufacture, by States. 1929 



State 



Batal)ll8ha>ent8 
Per Cent 
BuDibar of Total 



Wa£9 iRftraciTH 



jTomber 



Per Cent 
of fotal 



Wa^aa 



Ihousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Coat of MaterialBi/ 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Collars of Total 



Value of Prodyicta 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Value Added by 
Maaufaeture 



Thousands 
of Collars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



U S. Total 

Connecticut 
Maine 

Uassachnsett* 
Be« HoBpBhirek/ 
Hew Jersey 

Sew York 
PesnsylTania 
Ihode Island 



724 



100.0 



146,959 100.0 



164,152 100.0 



502.531 100.0 



827,006 100.0 



324,475 100.0 



Other State 



43 


5-9 


55 


7.6 


156 


21.6 


30 


4.1 


23 


3.2 


36 


5.0 


130 


18.0 


93 


12.8 



sS/b/ i^gS/b/ 



21.8 



9,289 
10.482 

45.673 
4.046 


6.3 

7.1 

31.1 

2.8 


9,197 


6.3 


6,310 

16.923 
24.135 


4.3 



20,904 l4.2 



11,780 

11.335 

52.307 

4.628 

10.997 

6,988 
20,;598 
26,439 

19,280 



7.2 

6.9 

31-9 
2.8 

6.7 

**•? 
12.4 

16.1 
11.7 



30.598 
27.613 
146.021 
10,956 
26.763 


6.1 
5.5 

29-1 
2.2 

5.3 


18.604 
80. 769 

101,922 


20.2 



59.285 



11.8 



50.348 
53.902 
242,898 
18,688 
49,044 


6.1 

6.p 

29.4 

2.2 

5-9 


32,147 
125.531 
154,987 


3-9 

15.2 

18.8 



99.461 



12.0 



19.749 
26.289 
96,878 
7,733 
22,282 

44)764 
53,064 

»10,173 



6.1 
8.1 
29.8 
2.4 
6.9 

4.2 
16.4 
12.4 



Sourest n« n «n. nr M«Tm^n>.tr.raB. iqgq. Vol. II, pp. 413 and 4l4. Data are a combination of Census classifications "loolsn Goods" and "Worsted Qoods." They do not 
include establishaants with annual production ralued at lees than $5,000. 



^J 



S/ 



Includes cost of naterlals, fuel, and purchased electric ener^. 

Tigures for this state are understated in that they represent "Woolen floods" only. Statistics for 6 establishments, included in Census classification 
"Worsted Goods," were witldield from stats figures to arold diTulging infonnation on individual establishments, but they hare been Included in data on 
"Other States." - 

California, 6; Georgia. 5; Illinois. 4; Indiana. 7; Iowa. 2; Kentucky, 6; Maryland, 4; Michigan, 9; Minnesota. 11; Missouri, 1; lew Hampshire, b; 
Hew Mexico, 1; Horth Carolina, 7; Ohio, 11; Oregon, 9; South Carolina, 2; Tennessee, 8; Texas, 1; Utah, 2; Vermont. 17; VirgUlk. 9; Waihlngioa, 1} 
West VlrgAHlH, 8; Wisconsin, 21. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section. 
CiTlsion of SeTlew. HBA. 
October 11, 1935 



-29- 



Z^LI XT-a 



WOOL TEXTILE MDUSTST 
Establlslments, Vage EaTQers, Wages, Coet of Uatarlale. Taluo of Prodasta. 
and Value Added by Manufacture, by States, I93I 



State 



;Eatabll8}ro,en t9 ^ 

Per C«nt 
Scmber of Total 



Wage Earners 



Ifujnber 



Per Cent 
of Total 



■Wa&fta- 



ThoTxsands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Goat of Ua.tf>TiA-\mSJ 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



TflJ-tte of fratocta 



TboTisands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Value Added by 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Par Cent 
of Total 



n. S. Total 

Cocnec ticut 
Maine 
Kaasacbusetta. / 

New Hampshire-' 
New Jersey 



Hew Tork 
North Carolina- 
Penusylvania 
Ehode Island 



.5/ 



621 
38 

12S 
26 
20 

25 
S 

114 
88 



100.0 

6.1 
6.9 
20.6 
k.2 
3-2 

1^.0 

18. ^ 
lkf.2 



119.537 100.0 



117,533 100.0 



278,667 100.0 



M96,2if3 100.0 



a7.575 



100.0 



Other States£/i/ llX^iJ 21.1 



6,089 
6,901 
37.221 
3.53»* 
8.390 

»*.357 

1,110 

12,1*43 

22,680 



5-1 
5.8 
31.1 
3.0 
7.0 

3.6 
•9 

10.4 

19.0 



16,812 lU.l 



6,716 


5-7 


6,804 


5.8 


37.437 


31.8 


3.895 


3-3 


8,992 


7.6 


3.887 


3-3 


781 


.7 


13,102 


11.1 


22.035 


18.8 



13.934 



11.9 



14,129 


5.1 


12,124 


4.4 


86.658 


31.1 


6,603 


2.4 


15.987 


5.7 


8,272 


3.0 


2,904 


1.0 


36,467 


13.1 


64,397 


23.1 



31.126 



11.1 



24,446 


»*.9 


23.937 


4.8 


147.702 


29.8 


13.599 


2.7 


35.112 


71 


16,094 


3-2 


5.»»7 


.1.1 


62,697 


12.6 


106,032 


21.4 



61,217 



12.4 



10,317 


^■1 


ll.«l3 


5.4 


61.043 


28.1 


6,996 


3-2 


19.125 


8.8 


7.823 


3.6 


2.504 


1.2 


26,230 


12.1 


41.635 


19.1 



30.OS9 



13-8 



Source: 



1; 



Census of Manufactures. IQ"^'^ . pp. 2 and 3. Data are a combination of Census classifications "Woolen Soods" and •Worsted Goods.* 
establistments with aarmal production Tcdued at less than ||5,000. 



They do not include 



Includes cost of materials, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 

Pigures for these states are understated in that they represent "Woolen floods" only. Statistics for 5 establishments in New Hampshire and 1 in North Carolina, 

included in Census classification "Worsted floods," were withheld from state figures to aToid divulging information on indiTidual establisiBBents, but they have 

been included in data on "Other States." 

California, 4; Delaware, 1; Georgia, 4; Illinois, 3; Indiana, 6; Iowa, 2; Kentucky, 3; Maryland, 4; Michigan, 10; Minnesota. 8; Missouri, 1; New Hampshire, 5; 

New Mexico. 1; North Carolina, 1; Ohio, 9; Oregon, 9; South Carolina, 2; Tennessee, 8; Texas, 2; Utah, 1; Temont, l4; Virginia, 8; Washington, l; West Virginia, 

Wisconsin, 17- 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Heview, USA. 
October 11, I935 



-30- 



WOOL TEXTILE IMKJSIRT 
Zstabllsbments, Wage Earners, Wages. Cost of Materials, Value of Frodticts, 
aad Value Added tj Mantifacture, by States, I933 



Stat* 



Per Cent 
Suabar of Total 



Jagg Barawa 



Jfegea. 



JFamber 



Fer Cent 
of Sotal 



Zhousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Coat of Materlfllaa/ 
Thousands F^r Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



- Value of Products 
Ibousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Value Added by 



Thousaiids 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



17. 8. Total 



571 



100.0 



127,227 100.0 



101. S8S 



100.0 



259.503 



100.0 



457,880 



100.0 



Coanectioat 
Maine 

^asEacfausetts 
Hew HampsMr^ 
Hew Jersey 


s 

111 


6.5 

7.7 

19.3 


22 
16 


3.8 

2.8 


Hew Tork , 
Horth Carolina » 
Pennsylvania 
Shode Island 
Vermont 


25 
7 

103 
92 

12 


4.4 

1.2 

18.1 

16.2 

2.1 



6.839 

8.325 

39.806 

4.075 
8.476 

4,518 

1.303 

12.433 
22,066 

2,320 



5.4 

6.5 
31.2 

6.7 

3.6 
1.0 

9.8 

17.2 

2.0 



6.137 

6,389 


6.0 
6.3 


33.071 

3.519 

7.682 


32.5 
3.5 
7.5 


3.275 

814 


3-2 

.8 


10,153 

17,160 
1.775 


10.0 

16.8 

1.7 



15.101 


5.8 


12.767 


4.9 


81,394 


31.4 


7.564 


2.9 


12.091 


4.6 


7.342 


2.8 


2.510 


1.0 


31.387 


12.1 


52.572 


20.3 


3.251 


1.3 



24,685 
28.554 


6.2 


l4g.g02 
13.671 
27.497 


32.6 
3.0 
6.0 


13,581 
5.241 


2.8 
1.2 


52,085 

82,511 

6,290 


11.4 
18.0 

1.4 



Other StatesS^i/ 102S/^ 17-9 



17.066 13.4 



11.913 



11.7 



33.524 



12.9 



54.963 



12.0 



198,376 

9.58»» 
15.787 
67,i«)4 

6.107 
15,406 

6,240 

2.731 

20.698 

29.939 
3.039 

21.441 



100.0 

4.8 

8.0 

34.0 

3.1 
7.8 

1.4 
10.4 
15.1 

1.5 

10.8 



Source: 






d 



Cansus of Mpnufactures. V^Vi . pp. 2 and 3- Data eire a combination of Census classifications "Woolen Goods" and "Worsted Ooods. " 

establlBhments with amrnal production valued at less than $5,000. 



They do not include 



Includes cost of materials, fuel, and parchased electric energy. 

Figures for these states are understated in that they represent "Woolen Goods" only. Statistics for 5 establishments in Hew Hampshire and 1 in Horth Carollni 

included in Census classification "Worsted Goods," were withheld from state figures to avoid divulging Information on individual establishments, but they have 

been included in data on "Other States." 

California, 3; Delaware, 1; Georgia, 4; Illinois, 2; Indiana, 6; Iowa, 2; Kentuciy, 1; Louisiana, 1; Maryland, 3; Michigan, 7; Minnesota. 7; Missouri. 1; 

Hew Hampshire, 5; North Carolina, 1; Ohio. 9; Oregon. 6; South Carolina, 2; Tennessee. 7; Texas, 1; Utah, 2; Virginia. 7; Washington. 1; West Virginia, 6; 

Wisconsin, 17. 



Frepared by 

Indastry Statistics Iftiit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Beview, HSA. 
October 12, 1935 



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•SABJJH XVIII 



WOOL TEXTILE INBUSTET 
Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Materials, and Value of Products, 
Classified by Size of City, 1933 



Popttlation 
of City 



EBtablishments 



Number 



Per Cent 
of Total 



t^9^s:e.^^ye^g 



Ilumber 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Wages 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



■ figg^ gf Mftttariflii 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Value of Products 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Total 



571 



100.0 



127,227 100.0 



101,888 



100.0 



259.503 



100.0 



1+57.880 



100.0 



Less Than 2,500 


194 


34.0 


30.438 


23.9 


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23.6 


56,242 


21.7 


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44 


7.7 


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64 


11.2 


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13.0 


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13.9 


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^ 


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10.7 


10.313 


10.1 


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10.8 


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84 


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32.1 


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31.9 


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29.9 


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52 


9.1 


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8.7 


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8.7 


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10.5 


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79 


13.8 


8.512 


6.7 


7.370 


7.2 


21.652 


8.3 


35.301 


7.7 



Source: Bureau of the Census, Special Tabulation for MA. on Establishments, Classified by Size of City. Data are a combination of Caaeus classifications "Woolen 
(xoods* and "Worsted Qoods.* They do not Include establishments with annual production valued at less than $5,000. 

iJ Includes cost of materials, fuel, and purchased electric energy* 

« 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Beview, KSA. 
October I5, I935. 



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TABLE XIX 

WOOL TEXTILE IKDUSIIRY 

Total Value of Products, Total Factory Payroll 
Total Cost of Materi 
1929, 1931 and 1933 



and Total Cost of Materials, 



1929 


164,151 


20 


1931 


117,583 


24 


1933 


101,364 


22 



Total Total Total Value 

Factory Payroll Cost of Materials a/ of 

Per Cent Per Cent Products 
Thoiisands of Value Thousands of Value (Thousands 
Year of Dollars of Product of Dollars of Product of Dollars) 

502,532 61 827,006 

278,557 56 495,242 

257,414 56 457,880 

So-'irce: Census of Manufactures^ 1959, 1931 and 1933 . 

a/ Includes cost of materials, fuel, and iDurchased electric energy; 
fuel and electric energy constituted 3.2 per cent in 1927 and 2.8 
-oer cent in 1929 of the Total Cost of Materials. 



Prepared "by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
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Division of Heview, MRA, 
October 16, 1935, 



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Classified by Number of Wsige Earners per Eetatlisbment, 1931 



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of Dollars 


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621 


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119.537 


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117.583 


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"ffoolen Goods" and "Worsted Goods." They do not Include establisianents with annual production valued at less tjaan $5,CXX). 

£/ Includes cost of materials, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 



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TA]3LE XXIII 

WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
Average Hoiars Worked per Week, Average Hotirly YiTage, 
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1930 and 1932. 



States 



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1930 1932 



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Connecticut 

Maine 

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New Hampshire 

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23.4 


13,91 


10.50 



Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wages and plours of Labor, Woolen and 

Worsted Goods Manufactu ring, Bulletin Nujnber 584, 1932, p. 11. This 
study is based upon a 35 per cent representative sample in 1930 and 
38 per cent representative sample in 1932, of the Census classifica- 
tion "Woolen and Worsted Goods," 

a/ Includes Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, South Carolina, Tennessee, and 
Virginia in 1930, and in 1932 all of these States except Maryland. 



Prepared by 

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TABLE XXIX 

WOOL TEXTILE IHDUSTEY 
Wool Produced, Imported, Exported and detained 
for Consimiption, 1929, li31 and 1933 
(Thousands of Pounds) 







Exports 




Exports 


Total Re- a/ 






of 




of for- 


tained for 


Year 


Production 


U.S. Wool 


Imports 


eign Wool 


Consumption 


1929 


382,066 


239 


277,214 


2,380 


656,661 


1931 


438,328 


274 


157,800 


1,089 


594,765 


1933 


428,930 


19 


174,287 


478 


602,720 


Source: 


Statistical 


Abstract of 


the U. S. 1934 


, p. 592. 





a/ Column "Retained for Consumption" is calculated from the other 

columns, and "because of overlap]Ding of time periods and the fact that 
changes in stocks are not taken into account, may bear no close re- 
lation to actual mill consumption during the year. Production rer^- 
resents wool in the grease and pulled wool; imports and exports 
represent wool in condition in which actually imported or eOTorted, 
mainly in the grease. 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, ]\tra. 
October 17, 1935, 



8924 



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TABLE XX}[ 

WOOL rSXTILE IIZ)USTRY 
Per Cent of Total Wool Sunply Cons-omed "by the Wool 
Textile Industry, 1929 and 1931 



Total Supply a/ 

Hetained for Consumption 
(Thousands of Pounds) 

Total Consumption t/ 
by the Industry 
(Thousands of Pounds) 



1929 



656,661 



411,440 



1931 



594,765 



373,933 



Per Cent of Total Supply 
Consumed "by the Industry 



63 



63 



Sources: a/ Statistical Abstract 1C54 , v, 592. Data are U. S. Production 
plus Imports less Domestic and foreign re-exports. 



h/ Census of Manufacturers, 1931 . 



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Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Heview, NRA. 
Octo"ber 17, 1935. 



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TA3LE XXXII 

OITTED OUTEPJfflAR imUSTRY 

Value of Products in the Knitted Outerwear Industry, 

"by Principal States, 1929 and 1933 

1929 1931 

Thousands Per Cent Thousand Percent 
States of IDollars of Tota-l of Pollars of Total 

U. S. Total 147,249 100.0 111,573 100.0 

California 

Illinois 

Massachusetts 

Hichigan 

IJinnesota 

New Jersey 

New York 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Utah 

Washington 

Wisconsin 

All Others 



Source: Census of Manufactures . Data are for suli-classification 
"Outerwear" of the Census classification "Knit Goods." 



147,249 


100.0 


6,778 


4.6 


3,254 


2.2 


9,123 


6,2 


826 


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651 


.4 


4,837 


3.3 


68,149 


46.3 


12,159 


8.3 


21,135 


14.3 


842 


.6 


583 


.4 


9,639 


6.5 


9,272 


6,3 



a/ 


a/ 


2,449 


2.2 


7,409 


6,6 


a/ 


^ 


606 


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4,668 


4.2 


51,908 


46,5 


8,562 


7.7 


16,244 


14.6 


a/ 


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541 


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4,903 


4,4 


14,283 


12.8 



a/ Hot availahle. 



Prepared hy 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Sto-tistics Section, 
Division of Hevicv/, NEA. 
October 16, 1935. 



8924 



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-59- 



TABL3 XXXIV 



Value oi 



WOLISl^^'S GLCTHIITG INDUSTRY 
Products, All-'7ool C-arments, "by Principal States, 1929 



State 



Value of Production 
(Thotisands of Dollars) 



Per Cent of Total 



U. S. Total 

California 

Connecticut 

Illinois 

Ivlar]-land 

Ma.s saciius et t s 

Missouri 
IJev York 
Ohio 
Oregon 
Pennsylvania 

Washin^gton 
"lisconsin 
lieu Jersey 
Other States 



377,401 

8,659 

463 

11,359 

3,339 

3,705 

3,922 
515,326 
9,777 
1,713 
9,180 

584 

355 

1,444 

7,565 



100.0 

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3.0 
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1.0 

83.6 

2.6 

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2,4 

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2,0 



Source: Census of lianufactures. 1929 . -op. 379, 380. Data are 
totals of items listed as All-Wool Garments (Women's 
Ensembles, Women's Suits, Women's Separate Coats, Wo- 
men's Separate S^'irts, and Children's Coats) under the 
Census classification "Clothing, Women's, Fot Else- 
where Classified." 



Preapred "by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, NEA, 
Octoher 24, 1935, 



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TABLE XXXIX 

WOOL TEXTILE IIIDUSTRY 

Capital Investment of 129 Wool Textile Companies, 

1953 and First Six Months in 1934 

Total Investment a/ 
Six Lionth Period (Thousands of Dollars) 

Januarjr - June 1933 183,815 

Jvly - r)ecera"ber 1933 197,760 

January - June 1934 204,537 



Source: Federal Trade Commission, Textile Industries , January 
24, 1935, Part III, These 129 companies represent 
36,8 per cent of the total numher of producing spind- 
les as reported "by the Census, The companies consist 
of: 

33 companies spinning v/ool and worsted yarn. 
12 companies weaving woolen and worsted goods, 
79 companies spinning and weaving woolen and worsted 
goods; 
5 companies dyeing wool and worsted yarns and 
fa.hrics, 
a/ Total investment is inclusive of good will. 



Prepared by: 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, HIIA., 
October 17, 1935. 



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TABLS XL 

WOOL TEXTILE liv^DUSTRY 
Total Net Income Before Interest and iJet Income Transferred 
to Surplus of 129 Wool Textile Companies, 
1933 and First Six Months in 1934 
(Thousands of Dollars) 



Six Month Period 



Total Ket Income 
Before Interest 



Net Income Trans- 
ferred to Surplus 



January - J\me 1933 

July - December 1933 
January - June 1934 



1,554 

13,538 

542 



1,436 

11,671 

433 



Source: Federal Trade Commission, Textile Industries , January 24, 1955, 

Part III, These 129 companies represent 36,8 per cent of the total 
numher producing spindles as reported by the Census, The companies 
consist of: 

33 companies spinning v/ool and worsted yarn, 
12 companies weaving woolen and worsted goods, 
79 companies S"oinning and weaving woolen and worsted goods, 
5 companies dyeing ;70ol and worsted yarns and fabrics. 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, MA, 
October 17, 1935. 



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TABLE XLI 

WOOL TEXTILE Il^DUSTRY 

Ninnber of Employees and Value of Products Classified 

as to Trade Association Meratership, 1933 



Total Subject to Code Provision 
Non-Mem'bers of Trade Association 
Members of Trade Associations 



Number Value 

of of Products 

Employees ( Thousands of Dollars ) 

in7,200 a/ 457,900 a/ 

12,700 b/ 45,790 b/ 

114,500 b/ 412,110 b/ 



Sources; As indicated in footnotes. 

a/ Census of I'.lantifactures, 1953 . Data are for Census Classification 
"Woolen and Worsted Goods;" Census figures roxinded. 

b/ Computed on the basis of the estimate that at least 90 per cent of 
the members of the industry are members of the Trade Association as 
stated in Bulletin of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers 
for 1934 . p. 23. Membershro as of February 1, 1935, totals C62 
(above Bulletin, p:o, 4-17.) 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Revietf, NEA, 
October 18, 1935, 



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