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The Research Divlaion of THE UNITED COlOIDNITr SERVICES OF METROPOLITAN BOSTON presents herewith, vmder the general 
title of "SOCIAL FACTS BT CENSUS TRACTS", selected items from the 1950 U. S. Census of Popiala<tlon and Housing for 
the traoted area of Metropolitan Boston. This area comprises 83 cities and tovms, divided Into a total of I465 
tracts. The three Tables published by the U. S, Bureau of the Census tabulate 251 items for each tract. From 
these, 55 items have been selected by the U, C. S. Committee on Census Data as of major importance for our studies. 
Figures for other items for specific tracts can be obtained from the Boston Regional Office of -Uie U. S. Departaent 
of Commerce, UO Broad Street, Boston; HUbbard 2-6200. the price of the complete Metropolitan document is 60 cents. 

A Census Tract is a sub-division of a municipality (or in some cases an entire town) delineated for statistical 
p<irpoaes by the U. S. Bureau of the Census through cooperation with a local committee - In this case, the U. C. S. 
Census Data Committee. Tract areas were established with a view to approximate uniformity in population (usually 
3,000 to 6,000); with some consideration for homogeneity in economic and housing characteristics, and with due 
regard for natural features. 



Any Red Feather Agency or other organization interested in analysis of a given neighborhood comprising one or more 
tracts can compile for comparison with these data specific data on any one or more of a number of subjects, such as 
births, oases attended ty visiting nurse, children attending summer camps. Juvenile delinquency, memberships in 
various kinds of organizations, persons participating in specific group and recreational and educational activities, 
public relief cases, etc. Street Indexes, (House Numbers by Census Tracts) are available for the cities and towns 
in the 0. C. S. area, and can be obtained through the U. C. S. Research Division. Any list of addresses can be dis- 
tributed among Census Tracts by the use of these Street Indexes. 

Social Agencies have made use of Census Tract data in the following ways: 

a. To sample coverage by geographic location of the services of each agency. 

b. To relate agency service to total and district populations. (For example, agencies for the aged 

can see extent of their services in areas of high percentage of aged, provided that they have 
1950 census data. ) 

c. To relate agency services to total community services. 

d. To enable Functional Councils and ccramunity planning groups to perceive areas in need of augumented services. 

e. To aid the integration of social planning, fund raising, and allocations. 

f . To facilitate answers to schools, churches, organizations and Individuals for sociological and demographic 

data. (Necessary tools are Census Tract data, plus community data and annual facts from local Health 
Council and local Real Property Inventory. ) 

g. To permit evaluation of trends in service needs and problems for smnual tabulation of comparable data - thus 

resulting in sounder social planning. 



CENSUS TRACT MAPS OF MUNICIPALITIES IN METROPOLITAN BOSTON AREA 

A special map has been prepared of each municipality in the metropolitan Boston tracted area which contains two or 
more tracts. The Massachusetts Geodetic Survey maps from which these were developed are all designed for publica- 
tion in 11 X 8|" sheet form. They vary, therefore, in scale and in north point. There are li2 single-tract 
municipalities for which no special maps are necessary. 

Maps are available for the following miaalclpallties : 











Stoneham 


Arlington 


Cambridge 


Lynn 


Norwood 


Stoughton 


Belmont 


Chelsea 


Maiden 


Peabody 


Wakefield 


Beverly 


Danvers 


Bedford 


Quincy 


Waltham 


Bralntree 


Dedham 


MeD '•ose 


Randolph 


Watertown 


Brldgewater 


Everett 


Milton 


Revere 


Wellesley 


Brockton 


Framlngham 


Natiok 


Salem 


Weymouth 


Brookline 


Hlngham 


Needham 


Saugus 


Winthrop 


Boston 


Lexington 


Newton 


Somerville 


Wobum 



The tract data and maps in this series of studies may be used in any combination of municipalities for Area studies 
of any section of metropolitan Boston. Comparisons of one part of a given municipality with another part of either 
the same or another municipality can also easily be made. Moreover, the selected items give the basic data from 
which special social or other data can be developed and correlated. 

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Scale is given In each case in thousands of feet. North point is shown on all maps. 
Dashed lines indicate artificial municipal boundaries. 

Solid lines Indicate streets forming tract boundaries. Names of streets are letterd parallel to streets 
wherever possible. NOIE - In a few cases solid lines denote tract boundaries formed by park, 
cenBtary or institutional property lines, and are so identified. 
Double lines Indicate waterways or shore lines. 
Dotted lines Indicate major street extensions for map clarification, or connecting links between two 

tract bounding sections of the same street. 
Cross-hatched solid lines indicate railroads where they are tract boundaries. Railroad extensions for 

map clarification are shown by cross-hatched dash lines . 
Blocks indicate county and tract number within county. (BC-Bristolj MC^iddlesex; NC-Worfolkj 

PC-Plymouthj SC-Suffolk.) Boston tracts are numbered within A-Z letters. \ ^^ 1 

Capital words Indicate adjacent municipalities. Yi^ r 



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BOSTON - BACK BAI 



TABLE I - CHAPACTEFISTICS 


AREA 


















OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


J-3 


J-lt 


J-5 


K-3 


K-1.A 


K-1.B 


K-5 


S-1 


1. Population - 1950 


51,221 


3, i53 


1.,185 


9,71.0 


6,1.58 


5,715 


10,119 


6,932 


l.,1.19 


2. Population - 19li0 


39,502 


3,312 


l.,0l.7 


7,988 


l.,266 


3,61.6 


8,281 


l.,662 


3,300 


3. Psrcent of Change 


+ 29.7 


♦ 10.3 


+ 3. 1. 


+ 21.9 


+ 51.I1 


+ 56.7 


+ 22.2 


+ 1.8.7 


♦33.9 


k. Male Population - 1950 


22,289 


1,767 


2,038 


1.,1j01. 


2,696 


2,869 


l.,307 


2,536 


1,672 


5. Non-White Population 


1,270 


65 


1.57 


1.71. 


36 


83 


56 


1.3 


56 


6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 


7,530 


61,7 


702 


1,538 


823 


678 


1,1.1.2 


1,055 


61.5 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


8,655 


560 


61.0 


1,755 


1,010 


705 


2,360 


1,010 


615 


8. Couples with their own 




















household* 


7,570 


1(20 


525 


1,615 


850 


580 


2,200 


795 


585 


'9, Households - Total Number 


17,508 


920 


1,275 


3,891 


2,07a 


1,225 


l.,651. 


2,139 


1,330 


10. Institutional Population 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




1 






11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


50,905 


3,635 


1.,155 


9,590 


6,550 


5,650 


9,91.0 


6,910 


l.,1.75 


12. Item 11 - Same residence 




















in 1950 as in 191j9* 


38,175 


2,515 


3,1.55 


7,675 


1,615 


3,830 


8,085" 


l.,320 


3,680 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 




















school yrs. completed 


32.5 


12.1 


11.8 


12.2 


13.0 


12.8 


12.5 


12.9 


12.5 


llj. Total No. of Families and 




















unrelated individuals* 


3h,hhS 


2,600 


2,51.0 


6,315 


l.,61.o 


l.,290 


5,770 


5,205 


3,085 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


13,115 


800 


950 


2,610 


1,905 


2,155 


1,200 


1,770 


1,725 


16. From f 1,500 to J2,000 


8,370 


730 


925 


1,760 


875 


700 


1,750 


1,105 


525 


17. From $3,000 to $l4,h99 


1),335 


305 


230 


860 


U.5 


365 


1,2U0 


605 


285 


18. Incomes $h,500 and over 


1.,115 


175 


125 


535 


850 


1.25 


925 


81.0 


21,0 


19. I'edian Income dollars** 


1,832 


1,880 


1,71.6 


1,71.3 


1,71.5 


1,150 


2,650 


1,991. 


806 


TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 


















NOMIC CHfJUCTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


J-3 


J-1, 


J-5 


K-3 


K-1.A 


K-liB 


K-5 


S-1 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


1,9U3 


87 


215 


1.27 


201 


122 


51.8 


ll|li 


199 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


1,593 


113 


21.7 


281. 


206 


95 


362 


132 


151. 


3. Persons lli-19 yrs. old 


3,089 


178 


221 


1.65 


371. 


735 


269 


3lh 


503 


U, Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


6,685 


700 


631 


1,330 


813 


561 


1,032 


1,227 


391 


5. ftersons 21 yrs. old or over 


Ii3,060 


3,222 


3,1.1.7 


8,361 


5,387 


l.,358 


8,857 


6,139 


3,289 


6. Persons lii yrs. old or over 


li7,685 


3,1.53 


3,723 


9,029 


6,051 


5,1.98 


9,209 


6,656 


1,,066 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 




















Labor Force 


25,825 


1,955 


2,173 


5,052 


3,01.2 


2,317 


5,81.6 


3,712 


1,728 


8. No. of Item 7 employed in 




















month of April, 1950 


2U,676 


1,791 


1,982 


l.,78l 


2,965 


2,21^1 


5,703 


3,576 


1,631, 


9. Professional, Technical, 




















and kindred workers 


5,392 


237 


212 


818 


850 


575 


1,21.8 


931 


521 


10. Managers, Officials and 




















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


2,3148 


120 


96 


326 


10.8 


266 


529 


a52 


11.1 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


5,656 


350 


lao 


1,121. 


602 


512 


1,51.6 


798 


311. 


12, Sales Workers 


2M3 


133 


165 


1.55 


286 


193 


739 


363 


109 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 




















kindred workers 


l,7lj9 


183 


230 


1.20 


95 


125 


1.56 


121. 


116 


Hi. Operatives and kindred workers 


1,966 


223 


279 


526 


78 


120 


h23 


129 


188 


15. Private household workers 


896 


29 


36 


77 


31.2 


88 


hS 


268 


11 


16. Service workers (except 




















household) 


3,606 


1.52 


1.77 


880 


21.0 


316 


601. 


1.31. 


203 


17. Laborers 


332 


27 


58 


101 


21 


15 


70 


21 


19 


TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


AREA 


















TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


J-3 


J-1. 


J-5 


K-3 


K-1.A 


K-kB 


K-5 
2,173 


S-1 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


17,852 


9hh 


1,282 


3,9la 


2,190 


1,253 


l.,689 


1,380 


2. Total Occupied Units 


17,h28 


925 


1,265 


3,885 


2,067 


1,208 


l.,61.0 


2,099 


1,339 


3. Oimer-occupied Units 


951. 


22 


57 


80 


263 


11.0 


111. 


179 


99 


1*. Single detached Units 




















(including Trailers) 


221 


8 


23 


22 


53 


9 


32 


29 


1.5 


5. Median value of Singles 




















dollarsl 


15,000* 


- 


_ 


_ 


20,000 + 


^ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


6. Total Units in Five or 




















more unit structures 


Uj,6l42 


573 


820 


3,1.89 


1,681. 


91.6 


l.,372 


1,725 


1,033 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


16,991 


811 


1,231. 


3,895 


2,022 


1,166 


l.,56a 


1,929 


1,370 


8. Units with no private bath or 




















no running water or dilapidated 


1,220 


109 


128 


66 


221 


77 


11.9 


296 


171. 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


11,665 


81.5 


1,235 


3,325 


1,835 


1,060 


3,1.55 


1,810 


1,100 


10. Units built 191)0 or later* 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




_ 








11. Median persons per occupied unit^ 1.9 


2.1 


2.2 


1.9 


2.0 


1.9 


1.9 


1.8 


1.9 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 




















per room or more 


2,090 


81 


92 


1.51. 


311 


118 


698 


188 


11.8 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


I6,ltl0 


815 


1,185 


3,865 


1,900 


1,135 


I.,5i5 


1,900 


1,095 


Ih. All units reporting rents 




















(Both rented and rentable) 


15,716 


855 


i,05U 


3,75U 


1,639 


1,001 


l.,371 


1,805 


1,237 


15. No. rentals under $20 


228 


17 


6 


15 


10 


6 


16 


37 


121 


16. From $20 to $39 


3,583 


198 


31.1 


1,383 


102 


106 


917 


11.7 


389 


17. From SljO to $59 


6,71.5 


1.83 


1.99 


1,615 


270 


375 


2,625 


3U0 


538 


18. Rentals $60 and over 


5,160 


157 


208 


7m 


1,257 


511. 


813 


1,281 


189 


19. Median contract monthly 




















rent dollars**! 


52.00 


1.5.90 


1.6.21. 


1.3.98 


82.61 


61.08 


1.6.96 


83.91 


1.2.51 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500 
Medians for individual census tracts computed from 11. class intervals for income j 8 class Intervals for rent. 
T^edian not shown where base is less than 100. 



BOSTON - SOUTH END 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


AREA 
























OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


0^1 


0-2 


0-3 


0-1, 


I-l 


1-2 


1-3 


i-a 


j-i 


J-2 


L-1 


1. Population - 1950 


5U,563 


1,168 


2,715 


U63 


621 


2,899 


a, 015 


6,917 


2,076 


5,263 


3,ia3 


5,065 


2. Population - 19h0 


52,U.2 


1,128 


J, 159 


783 


58). 


2,680 


a,23i 


6,322 


2,991 


5,a68 


2,379 


a, 530 


3. Percent of change 


+ U.o 


+ 3,5 


-lli.l 


-1.0.9 


+6.3 


+8.2 


-5.1 


+ 9.a 


-30.6 


- 3.7 


+32.1 


+n.8 


h. Male Population - 1950 


29,1.85 


871. 


1,791 


316 


383 


1,502 


2,198 


a,2i5 


1,062 


2,726 


1,608 


2,8ia 


5. Non-White Population 


13,230 


617 


706 


9 


129 


380 


1,131 


aaa 


116 


135 


1,778 


589 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop, 


10,362 


109 


583 


103 


113 


732 


853 


1,895 


399 


l,a67 


288 


1,215 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


8,175 


155 


IjOO 


65 


105 


520 


630 


995 


280 


690 


385 


760 


8. Couples with their own 


























household* 


6,515 


105 


320 


1.0 


95 


a9o 


580 


770 


260 


555 


2as 


a3o 


9, Households - Total Nunfcer 


13,5U) 


276 


580 


76 


169 


998 


1,198 


1,302 


590 


1,397 


736- 


953 


10. Institutional Population 


267 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


17 






11. Persons 1 jr. old or over* 


51l,200 


1,190 


2,600 


1.65 


610 


2,905 


3,920 


6,895 


2,oa5 


5,350 


3,155 


5,105 


12. Item 11 - Same residence in 


























1950 as in 19li9* 


ll2,!.20 


860 


1,790 


320 


365 


2,a50 


3,330 


S,S3S 


1,72s 


a,365 


2,a80 


3,7a5 


13. 25 yrs or over - median 


























school yrs. completed* 


9,5 


e,u 


8.1. 


- 


- 


8.6 


8.a 


8.5 


8.7 


9.8 


9.1 


9. a 


111, Total No. of Families and 


























unrelated individuals* 


31,1*140 


720 


1,575 


3U0 


360 


1,335 


l,a65 


a,325 


835 


3,aa5 


1,700 


3,55S 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


13,875 


380 


600 


100 


160 


635 


530 


1,965 


a25 


1,525 


910 


1,790 


16. From $1,500 to $2,999 


9,li20 


175 


Ui5 


80 


90 


370 


sas 


i.ais 


200 


1,070 


aes 


1,025 


17. From $3,000 to $h,h99 


2,635 


60 


100 


35 


1.0 


lao 


165 


255 


90 


330 


no 


260 


18. Incomes $li,500 and over 


1,110 


30 


80 


20 


10 


80 


70 


las 


30 


165 


ao 


65 


19, Median Income .... dolTars** 


< 1,500 


1,239 


1,1.91. 


- 


- 


i,a38 


1,791 


i,a26 


1,261 


1,522 


i,2ai 


1,21a 


TABLE II - AQE AND ECO- 


AREA 
























NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


G-1 


G-2 


G-3 


0-1. 


1-1 


1-2 


1-3 


i-a 


J-1 


J-2 


I-l 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,699 


61* 


175 


9 


1.1. 


2a3 


a33 


aa8 


199 


217 


217 


272 


2. Persons 5-13 yra. old 


a, 1*69 


72 


193 


12 


6a 


3a5 


612 


538 


295 


271 


2ai 


268 


3, Persons l!t-19 yrs. old 


2,91*6 


56 


172 


10 


52 


205 


290 


311 


163 


219 


1D3 


168 


U, Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


7,300 


158 


300 


68 


3a 


359 


336 


1,107 


218 


910 


367 


998 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


1*2,729 


966 


2,11.7 


1*26 


a5i 


2,076 


2,622 


5,5a2 


1,380 


a, 510 


2,552 


a,328 


6, Persons llj yrs. old or over 


1.6,395 


1,032 


2,3^7 


1*1.2 


513 


2,311 


2,970 


5,931 


1,582 


a, 775 


2,685 


a,525 


7. No. of Item 6 In Civilian 


























Labor Force 


26,691* 


585 


1,382 


223 


3oa 


1,326 


1,596 


3,308 


839 


2,881 


1,659 


2,508 


8. No. of Item 7 employed In 


























month of April, 1950 


23,665 


1*88 


1,153 


213 


261 


1,086 


1,330 


2,907 


722 


2,580 


l,5a7 


2,166 


9. Professional, Technical, and 


























kindred workers 


1,989 


61 


67 


36 


31 


ao 


28 


118 


57 


2a3 


118 


109 


10. Managers, Officials, and 


























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1,009 


37 


79 


19 


6 


a2 


58 


131 


36 


130 


82 


6a 


11, Clerical and kindred workers 


2,163 


28 


103 


18 


22 


102 


89 


230 


60 


338 


123 


160 


12. Sales Workers 


1,027 


1.6 


58 


12 


12 


a3 


66 


12a 


31 


i)|li 


52 


109 


13, Craftsmen, Foremen, and 


























Kindred workers 


2,272 


22 


99 


32 


25 


119 


152 


323 


77 


228 


13a 


2ao 


Hi. Operatives and kindred workers 


1*,856 


81* 


231. 


21, 


6a 


28a 


ai3 


6ia 


200 


360 


238 


ai3 


15. Private household workers 


1,081* 


- 


11. 


- 


7 


36 


ao 


57 


la 


109 


135 


us 


16. Service workers (except 


























household ) 


7,093 


199 


1*23 


63 


75 


337 


3oa 


1,03a 


153 


880 


sai 


76a 


17. Laborers 


1,839 


7 


67 


7 


18 


76 


171 


260 


89 


95 


10a 


152 


TABLE in - CHARACIERIS- 


AREA 
























TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


0-1 


G-2 


G-3 


G-a 


I-l 


1-2 


1-3 


I-a 


J-1 


J-2 


L-l 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


13,818 


285 


599 


83 


176 


1,035 


1,295 


1,361 


596 


i.ass 


705 


9SS 


2, Total Occupied Units 


13,333 


273 


578 


78 


169 


986 


1,196 


1,29a 


586 


1,395 


681 


9as 


3. Owi»r-occupled Units 


1,1*09 


37 


77 


1. 


18 


58 


S3 


173 


27 


182 


72 


195 


h. Single detached Units 


























(including Trailers) 


136 


U 


5 


5 


11 


7 


a 


6 


2 


16 


18 


u 


5. Median value of Singles.. dollars^ 


6,250 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6. Total Units in Five or more 


























unit structures 


6,1,68 


28 


110 


37 


50 


a83 


378 


591 


22a 


780 


330 


sa7 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


13,101 


261 


583 


71. 


161 


1,009 


1,257 


1,32a 


582 


l,ai9 


698 


788 


8. Units with no private bath or 


























no running water or dilapidated 


6,783 


191* 


290 


37 


76 


5a2 


a68 


6sa 


253 


626 


357 


6ia 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


13,01*5 


270 


590 


70 


ia5 


965 


1,190 


1,310 


60S 


1,395 


TlS 


855 


10. Units built IPflO or later* 


5 


- 


- 


- 


5 


_ 


_ 












11, Median persons per occupied unit^ 


2,2 


2,6 


2.6 


1.9 


2.3 


2.3 


2.7 


2. a 


2.6 


1.9 


2.3 


2.2 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 


























per room or more 


2,1*87 


65 


85 


6 


31 


119 


22a 


27a 


111 


186 


109 


3U 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


7,720 


20 


185 


30 


as 


215 


90 


925 


95 


1,080 


620 


760 


Ui, All units reporting rents 


























(Both rented and rentable) 


11,556 


223 


1*86 


70 


130 


90S 


1,155 


1,113 


sas 


1,200 


590 


69a 


15. Ho, rentals under $20 


2,623 


95 


157 


19 


as 


383 


635 


205 


27a 


120 


IS 


as 


16, From $20 to $39 


6,050 


no 


271. 


27 


56 


a76 


aTO 


6a2 


2a8 


556 


288 


3aa 


17. From $l40 to $59 


2,321 


16 


15 


19 


25 


a2 


a7 


198 


21 


381 


2U 


231 


18, Rentals $60 and over 


562 


2 


10 


5 


1 


a 


3 


68 


2 


lao 


76 


7U 


19. Median contract monthly 


























rent •,•••••,••. dollars**^ 


30.1*3 


21. IJ* 


2U.12 


- 


23.97 


21,31 


18. 9S 


28,05 


i9.as 


36.70 


38,87 


37.30 





statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown liiere base is less than 500. 
^tedians for individual census tracts eanputed from U* olass intervals for Incoaej 8 class intervals for rent. 
'Hledian not shown iriiere base is less than 100. 



BOSTON - SOUTH END continued 



TABLE I continued 



U2 



L-3 



L-li 



L-5 



L-6 



CITT 

TOTAL 



1. Population - 19?0 


5,62lj 


5,IJ.o 


2,875 


2,905 


3,I.0U 


801,1.1.1, 


2. Population - 19liO 


5,177 


U,1.8l 


2,U56 


2,7W 


3,330 


770,816 


3, Percent of change 


4- 8,6 


+ 20,7 


♦ 17.1 


*5,9 


+ 2.2 


tl*.0 


Ij. Male Population - 19?0 


3,000 


2,868 


1,1.93 


91.0 


1,695 


388,180 


5. Non-Hhite Population 


a,235 


2,552 


261. 


36 


129 


U2,7Ut 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop, 


306 


770 


625 


381. 


520 


lia.,092 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


915 


795 


525 


380 


575 


161,51.0 


8. Couples with their oim 














household* 


750 


655 


kho 


365 


105 


Ll.7,600 


9. Households - Total Number 


1,636 


1,550 


81.6 


511 


726 


219,398 


10. Institutional Population 


- 


62 


57 


131 


- 


10,381 


11. Persons 1 yr, old or over* 


5,510 


5,355 


2,860 


2,825 


3,100 


787,250 


12, Item 11 - Same residence 














in 1950 as in 19li9* 


1*,U25 


l.,095 


2,270 


1,960 


2,705 


679,695 


13. 25 yrs or Over - median 














school years completed* 


9.3 


8.8 


8.2 


11.3 


8.8 


U.0 


Vi. Total No. of families and 














unrelated individuals* 


3, 21^0 


3,165 


1,635 


1,785 


1,960 


289,61.0 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


1,325 


1,1.65 


575 


695 


795 


73,965 


16. From 8l,500 to $2,999 


l,o8o 


960 


ia.5 


525 


51.0 


76,165 


17, From $3,000 to $)j,l499 


305 


275 


160 


110 


200 


61,120 


18, Incomes $li,500 and over 


95 


90 


50 


80 


60 


50,835 


19, Median Income .,.. dollars** 


1,593 


•i.,621 


1,621 


1,520 


1,506 


2,61J 


TABI£ II continued 


L-2 


L-3 


i-a 


L-5 


L-6 


CITT TOTAL 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


351. 


1.22 


192 


208 


202 


71,038 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs, old 


M 


38U 


263 


317 


2U8 


97,182 


3. Persons llj-19 yrs. old 


231 


2U6 


161 


322 


237 


63,772 


li. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


611. 


71.8 


1.65 


218 


1.00 


77,631. 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


l.,62U 


l.,301 


2,227 


1,91.7 


2,630 


556,01.0 


6, Persons \h yrs. old or over 


U,921. 


U,60l. 


2,1.20 


2,380 


2,951. 


633,22U 


7. No. of Item 6 In Civilian 














Labor Force 


2,901 


2,768 


1,2U. 


1,387 


1,783 


336,692 


6. No. of Item 7 employed in 














month of April, 1950 


2,662 


2,U.lj 


1,107 


1,291 


1,708 


311,816 


9. Professional, Technical and 














kindred workers 


133 


106 


1.6 


313 


U83 


32,1.61 


10, Managers, Officials, and 














Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


69 


130 


52 


lU. 


30 


23,901 


11, Clerical and kindred workers 


135 


11.6 


96 


1.02 


111 


60,533 


12. Sales workers 


71. 


62 


62 


61. 


68 


26,051 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 














kindred workers 


199 


265 


128 


77 


152 


1.2,100 


llj. Operatives and kindred workers 


613 


623 


262 


168 


262 


61,170 


15, Private household workers 


286 


193 


1.0 


8 


30 


5,065 


16, Service workers (except 














household) 


861. 


591 


315 


163 


387 


39,930 


17, laborers 


236 


285 


83 


30 


159 


17,881 


TABLE III continued 


L-2 


L-3 


L-1. 


L-5 


L-6 


CITf TOTAL 


1, Total Dwelling Units 


1,51.6 


1,615 


862 


519 


731 


222,079 


2. Total Occupied Units 


1,532 


1,551 


832 


510 


727 


218,103 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


158 


11.5 


75 


60 


75 


51.,266 


U, Single detached Units 














(including Trailers) 


li. 


8 


11. 


1 


3 


23,1.78 


5. Median value of Singles..dollarsl 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,1.72 


6. Total Units in Five or more 














unit structures 


913 


896 


1.61 


200 


ia.0 


68,961. 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


1,1.62 


1,508 


822 


506 


61.7 


217,521. 


8. Units with no private bath or 














no running water or dilapidated 


571. 


1,199 


a72 


195 


232 


33,5U8 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


1,1.25 


1,560 


815 


520 


615 


167,205 


10. Units built 19liO or later* 


- 


- 


- 


. 


_ 


11,085 


11. Median persons per occupied unit^ 


2.1 


2,0 


2,1 


2.6 


2.2 


3.1 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 














per room or more 


250 


361. 


115 


106 


101 


27,261 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


1,305 


1,070 


615 


190 


1.75 


157,1.85 


llj. All units reporting rents 














(Both rented and rentable) 


1,301. 


1,366 


751 


1.22 


602 


159,71.2 


15. No. rentals under $20 


52 


201 


151 


96 


127 


17,032 


16. From $20 to $39 


776 


759 


1*27 


269 


328 


78,718 


17. From $U0 to $59 


)i)|i 


328 


11.8 


U7 


118 


1.6,951 


18. Rentals $60 and aver 


35 


78 


25 


10 


29 


17,010 


19. Medieui contract monthly 














rent dollars**^ 


35.68 


30.90 


28, la 


25.00 


26.81. 


35.1.0 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Uedlans for individual census tracts eoipited from U. class intervals for Iscomei 8 class Intervals for rent. 
Tledlan not shown where base is less than 100. 



BOSTON - BRIGHTON 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


AREA 


















OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


Y-1 


Y-2 


Y-3A 


Y-3B 


Y-1. 


Y-5A 


Y-5B 


Y-5C 


1, Population - 1950 


67,188 


5,U70 


6,658 


11,385 


7,089 


9,075 


5,737 


9,31)2 


io,a32 


2. Population - 19it0 


63,367 


5,892 


7,29li 


11,123 


7,357 


8,652 


5,1.28 


8,778 


6,6a3 


3. I^rcent of Change 


+6.0 


-7.2 


+18.7 


+2.1, 


-3.6 


+2.5 


+5.7 


+6.U 


+20.7 


h. Male Population - 1950 


31,030 


2,698 


l.,596 


li,793 


3,132 


l.,225 


2,688 


a, 1)08 


a,a9o 


5, Non-White Population 


386 


5 


237 


1.8 


22 


12 


9 


18 


35 


6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 


12,li90 


1,066 


1,379 


2,363 


1,379 


1,669 


1,059 


1,678 


1,897 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


15,310 


l,21j0 


1,795 


2,795 


1,550 


2,050 


1,220 


2,ia5 


2,515 


8. Couples with their own 




















household* 


lit, 335 


1,130 


1,605 


2,705 


1,1.25 


1,935 


1,11.0 


1,985 


2,aio 


9. Households - Total Number 


21,2147 


l,U3lt 


2,136 


l.,653 


2,127 


2,1)1)2 


i,i)8a 


2,856 


a,ii5 


10. Institutional Population 


19I1 


- 


1 


- 


71 


1 


1)0 


aa 


57 


11. Persons 1 yr. old or orer* 


65,775 


5,300 


8,li30 


11,315 


6,91.5 


8,915 


5,610 


9,130 


10,130 


12. Item 11 - Same residence 




















in 1950 as in 19ii9* 


56,265 


li,825 


7,01.0 


9,875 


6,020 


8,025 


5,275 


8,3a5 


8,860 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 




















school yrs. completed* 


12.2 


9.9 


12.0 


12.3 


12.0 


12.1 


12.1 


12.3 


12.5 


111. Total No. of Families and 




















unrelated individuals* 


25,350 


1,615 


3,355 


5,280 


2,91)5 


2,865 


1,550 


3,335 


a,ao5 


15. No. Incomes under Sl,S00* 


S,0l5 


285 


850 


1,100 


585 


1,20 


220 


720 


835 


16. From $1,500 to $2,999 


5,835 


ao5 


880 


1,525 


670 


555 


300 


585 


915 


17. From $3,000 to $k,h99 


6,1)25 


I180 


820 


1,275 


700 


855 


1)65 


760 


1,070 


18. Incomes 81i,500 and over 


6,365 


390 


715 


1,005 


605 


9U5 


520 


985 


1,220 


19. Median Income ... dollars** 


3,229 


3,209 


2,650 


2,868 


3,037 


3,603 


3,657 


3,310 


3,300 


TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 


















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


T-l 


Y-2 


T-3A 


Y-3B 


Y-1, 


Y-5A 


Y-5B 


Y-5C 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


5,363 


556 


801. 


7la 


531) 


631) 


1)86 


707 


701 


2, Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


6,930 


780 


1,000 


702 


771 


1,106 


789 


992 


790 


3. Persons II4-I9 yrs. old 


li,U5l 


530 


673 


376 


511) 


757 


539 


622 


aao 


h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


6,87li 


lj02 


723 


1,513 


811) 


795 


509 


888 


1,230 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


1.9,555 


3,532 


6,071 


9,1.63 


5,170 


6,21)0 


3,82a 


6,866 


6,389 


6. Persons 11; yrs. old or over 


5U,895 


li,l3U 


6,851i 


9,91.2 


5,781, 


7,135 


a, 1.62 


7,6a3 


6,9ai 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 




















Labor Force 


30,ll.li 


2,329 


3,627 


5,81)1. 


3,2U8 


3,952 


2,305 


3,957 


a, 882 


8. No. of Item 7 employed in 




















month of April, 1950 


28,812 


2,155 


3,1.21 


5,631 


3,069 


3,766 


2,217 


3,835 


a, 718 


9. Professional, Technical, 




















and kindred workers 


3,953 


135 


326 


71.3 


a8i 


1)68 


296 


638 


866 


10, Managers, Officials, and 




















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


3,316 


116 


276 


685 


21)3 


307 


209 


652 


828 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


6,UJ. 


355 


638 


1,375 


707 


913 


558 


888 


1,007 


12. Sales Workers 


3,682 


112 


259 


906 


295 


31.7 


169 


586 


1,008 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 




















kindred workers 


3,ao9 


381 


551 


569 


390 


552 


337 


321 


308 


llj. Operatives and kindred 




















workers 


3,97U 


6I16 


757 


6I18 


1)69 


51.2 


297 


311 


30a 


15. Private household workers 


256 


111 


32 


38 


18 


39 


32 


37 


a6 


16. Service workers (except 




















household) 


2,672 


228 


389 


51)8 


322 


1)28 


235 


266 


256 


17. Laborers 


883 


11.9 


151. 


86 


117 


131 


77 


118 


51 


TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


AREA 


















TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


I-l 


1-2 


Y-3A 


Y-3B 


Y^ 


Y-5A 


Y-5B 


Y-SC 


1. Total DweUing Units 


21,376 


l.liW 


2,11.5 


l.,696 


2,11)9 


2,U77 


1,501 


2,836 


a, 123 


2. Totil Occupied Units 


21,115 


l,li29 


2,118 


l.,633 


2,127 


2,1)33 


i.aea 


2,807 


a, 08a 


3. Owner-Occupied Units 


lt,ii76 


a90 


530 


233 


505 


1,015 


7^9 


7a2 


212 


li. Single detached Units 




















(including Trailers) 


T 2,371 


11.3 


286 


77 


3li2 


917 


280 


207 


119 


5. Median value of Singles. .dollars 


|1 9,628 


7,516 


7,095 


- 


9,070 


10,91)2 


10,1)07 


11,921 


- 


6. Total Units in Five or 




















more unit structures 


10,630 


ili5 


621 


li,08l 


91)0 


99 


30 


1,220 


3,a9a 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


21,072 


1,1.29 


2,121i 


li,628 


2,107 


2,1)70 


1,1)88 


2,811 


a,ois 


8. Units with no private bath or 




















no running water or dilapidated 


832 


32U 


206 


77 


87 


55 


15 


2a 


aa 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


12,860 


1,220 


1,605 


3,610 


1,835 


1,390 


525 


935 


i,7ao 


10. Units built I9I4O or later* 


515 


5 


70 


- 


30 


215 


30 


65 


100 


11. Median persons per 




















occupied unit'- 


2.7 


3.5 


3.2 


2.2 


2.6 


3.U 


3.5 


2.9 


2.3 


12, Units reporting 1.01 persons 




















per room or more 


1,828 


185 


270 


369 


227 


197 


117 


190 


273 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


19,665 


935 


1,660 


l.,595 


1,965 


2,330 


i,U75 


2,755 


3,950 


111. All units reporting rents 




















(Both rented and rentable) 


16,260 


921 


1,563 


l.,307 


1,579 


1,1.17 


719 


2,030 


3,72a 


15. No. rentals under $20 


205 


lOli 


la 


3 


20 


6 


6 


12 


13 


16. From $20 to $39 


1»,276 


676 


737 


875 


655 


531) 


253 


318 


226 


17. From $liO to $59 


7,902 


115 


51.0 


2,1.97 


697 


606 


391) 


1,072 


1,981 


18. Rentals $60 and over 


3,877 


2U 


2a5 


932 


207 


271 


66 


628 


1,50a 


19. Median contract monthly 
rent dollars**! 




















a9.21» 


30.29 


39.60 


1.7.81. 


la. 75 


1)3.17 


a2.98 


51.93 


56.62 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual census tracts computed from Hi class intervals for Income j 8 class intervals for rent. 

Median not shown where base is less than 100, 



BOSTON - CHABLESTOWN 



TABLE I - CHAMCTEEISTICS 


AREA 




















OF THE POPULATION' 


TOTAL 


C-1 


C-2 


C-3 


D-1 


D-2 


D-3 


D-l, 


E-1 


E-2 


1. Population - 1950 


31,332 


6,777 


3,319 


5,11,8 


1,336 


1,311 


2,529 


3,ia7 


U,620 


3,11,5 


2. Population - 191*0 


25,587 


1,020 


2,912 


3,961 


1,376 


1,301, 


2,912 


3,532 


5,120 


3,1,50 


3. Percent of change 


+22.5 


*561j.lj 


+llj.0 


■»30.0 


-2.9 


*o.5 


-13.2 


-10,9 


-9.8 


-8.8 


h, Male Population - 1950 


17,936 


5,635 


l,60l4 


2,U5o 


619 


661, 


1,203 


1,567 


2,621, 


1,570 


5. Non-White Population 


lj.0 


21i7 


6 


3 


11 


1 


h 


1, 


121, 


10 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


3,157 


170 


381 


555 


157 


182 


297 


377 


587 


1,51 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


It, 610 


360 


565 


955 


205 


200 


525 


555 


655 


590 


8. Couples with their own 






















household* 


1,255 


330 


530 


900 


190 


170 


1,80 


515 


595 


51.5 


9. Households - Total Number 


6,771 


556 


812 


1,31,7 


379 


321 


671, 


833 


998 


851 


10. Institutional Population 


586 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


585 




11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


30,815 


6,725 


3,290 


5,085 


1,255 


1,285 


2,1,95 


3,075 


1,,535 


3,070 


12. Item 11 - Same residence 






















in 1950 as in 19U9* 


23,).95 


1,910 


2,955 


U,585 


1,090 


1,230 


2,300 


2,865 


3,865 


2,61,5 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 






















school yrs. completed* 


10.1 


11,6 


10.1 


10.6 


9,5 


9,5 


10.2 


9.8 


8.9 


10.1 


llj. Total No. of Families and 






















unrelated individuals* 


12,)43S 


5,160 


885 


1,1,85 


350 


31,0 


810 


900 


1,210 


1,295 


15. No. Incomes under fl.SOO* 


lj,W5 


2,610 


220 


325 


115 


85 


210 


170 


370 


380 


16. fVom ?1,500 to ?2,999 


3,165 


1,025 


265 


1,70 


90 


85 


265 


300 


31,5 


320 


17. From ?3,000 to 9k,h99 


2,325 


505 


2ao 


1,00 


80 


115 


205 


2)45 


265 


270 


18. Incomes $li,500 and over 


1,365 


1U5 


130 


275 


55 


1,5 


120 


175 


175 


2U5 


19. Median Income dollars** • 


2,062 


1,371. 


2,662 


2,800 


- 


- 


2,659 


2,886 


2,371 


2,560 


TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 




















' MOMIC CHAHACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


C-l 


C-2 


C-3 


D-l 


D-2 


D-3 


D-l, 


E-l 


E-2 


1. Persons vmder 5 yrs. old 


2,999 


32U 


U30 


581, 


11,3 


162 


300 


335 


1,59 


262 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


li,393 


5U7 


652 


898 


235 


201, 


362 


517 


658 


320 


3. Persons lh-19 yrs. old 


3,662 


1,337 


356 


1,83 


105 


136 


218 


327 


1,29 


271 


U. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


2,102 


102 


217 


1,19 


115 


66 


210 


259 


335 


359 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


16,968 


3,617 


1,832 


3,106 


639 


796 


1,615 


1,908 


3,009 


2,21,6 


6. Persons Ih yrs. old or over 


23,9ljO 


5,906 


2,237 


3,666 


958 


91,5 


1,867 


2,295 


3,503 


2,563 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 






















Labor Force 


9,577 


570 


1,086 


1,887 


511, 


1,86 


992 


1,2U5 


1,517 


1,280 


8. No. of Item 7 eraployed in 






















month of April, 1950 


8,637 


529 


992 


1,697 


1,52 


hhl 


897 


1,101, 


1,323 


1,202 


9. Professional, Technical, 






















and kindred workers 


UlS 


li8 


39 


62 


20 


13 


59 


29 


37 


111 


ID. 'Janagers, Officials, and 






















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


262 


13 


31, 


61, 


13 


6 


13 


1,3 


36 


1,0 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


1,789 


89 


219 


1,08 


lOl, 


52 


209 


221 


226 


261 


12. Sales Workers 


to5 


31 


55 


92 


20 


17 


31, 


U2 


61 


53 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 






















kindred workers 


1,215 


63 


130 


215 


51 


63 


152 


172 


199 


170 


111. Operatives and kindred workers 


2,030 


138 


222 


31,2 


127 


156 


209 


286 


31,3 


207 


15. Private household workers 


51 


9 


h 


12 


- 


1, 


6 


1 


8 


7 


16. Service workers (except 






















household) 


1,256 


71, 


11,3 


250 


61, 


69 


108 


163 


206 


179 


17. Laborers 


1,173 


61 


11,0 


21,6 


52 


58 


103 


Lbl 


202 


170 


TABLE III - CHAEACIERIS- 


AREA 




















TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


C-l 


C-2 


C-3 


D-L 


D-2 


D-3 


D-l, 


E-l 


E-2 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


6,957 


556 


8ia 


1,375 


391 


339 


685 


850 


1,037 


883 


2. Total Occupied Units 


6,738 


550 


810 


l,3lJ. 


376 


321 


669 


830 


997 


eui 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


1,589 


- 


115 


311 


116 


93 


21,0 


300 


189 


225 


h. Single detached Units 






















(including Trailers) 


276 


8 


19 


1,0 


11 


hh 


U8 


1,2 


36 


28 


5. Median value of Singles.. dollars-'- 


lj,023 


- 


- 


U,913 


- 


- 


- 


3,306 


- 


- 


6. Total Units in Five or 






















more unit structures 


1,616 


51*5 


373 


31,8 


U, 


18 


50 


16 


138 


81. 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


6,892 


5Sli 


629 


1,362 


386 


331, 


680 


8ia< 


1,027 


876 


8. Units with no private bath or 






















no running wa-ter or dilapidated 


l,67lj 


1 


216 


323 


190 


99 


133 


201 


300 


211 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


5,680 


20 


505 


1,065 


365 


330 


685 


830 


1,015 


865 


10. Units built 19liO or later* 


1,130 


5U0 


300 


290 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11, Median persons per occupied unit^ 


3.h 


3.6 


3.6 


3.1, 


3,2 


3.1, 


3.3 


3.3 


3.5 


3.0 


12. Units reporting 1,01 persons 






















per room or more 


1,301 


175 


199 


258 


66 


76 


88 


130 


190 


119 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


3,170 


525 


1.65 


750 


55 


110 


310 


265 


255 


1,35 


lit. A}1 units reporting rents 






















(Both rented and rentable) 


5,127 


5La 


691, 


1,028 


259 


230 


1,22 


527 


8o8 


611 


15. No. rentals under $20 


1,207 


10 


92 


189 


116 


78 


Ul 


171, 


279 


158 


16. From 320 to $39 


2,666 


171 


311 


5ia 


138 


126 


282 


316 


US5 


326 


17. From SUO to J59 


1,123 


353 


26U 


267 


5 


21 


21 


25 


63 


loU 


18. Rentals $60 and over 


131 


llj 


27 


31 


- 


5 


8 


12 


U 


23 


19. Median contract monthly rent 






















dollars**! 


30.17 


1*2.79 


314.83 


29.38 


20.61 


23.02 


2U.50 


22.8li 


22.89 


26.33 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Medians for individual census tracts computed frcm It, class intervals for income; 8 class intervals for rent. 
Ttedian not shown where base is less than 100. 



BOSIMJ - NORTH END 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPOTATION 



AREA 
TOTAL 



F-1 



F-2 



F-3 



F^ 



F-S 



F-6 



1. Population - 1950 


I8,2l48 


3,861 


U,23U 


722 


U,935 


3,020 


1,1*76 


2. Popolation - 19bO 


19,698 


3,221 


5,U37 


973 


5,573 


3,367 


1,127 


3. Percent of Change 


-7.li 


+19.9 


-22.1 


-25.8 


-11.1, 


-10.3 


*31.0 


ll. Male Population - 1950 


9,999 


2,3ia 


2,126 


1.75 


2,U92 


1,U81* 


1,081 


5. Non-Wilto Population 


93 


61* 


2 


6 


3 


1* 


11* 


6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 


5,11.6 


1,088 


HP 


95 


1,570 


881* 


27U 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


3,380 


630 


860 


110 


1,015 


675 


90 


8. Couples with their oim 
















household* 


3,185 


600 


830 


100 


950 


655 


50 


9. Households - Total Number 


a, 819 


931 


1,268 


1U9 


l,1.2h 


86U 


183 


10. Institutional Population 


87 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


87 


11, Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


18,035 


3,870 


U,185 


700 


U,905 


2,930 


1,1*1.5 


12, Item 11 - Same residence 
















in 1950 as in 19U9* 


15,090 


2,870 


3,855 


395 


1*,1.95 


2,715 


760 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
















school yrs. completed 


8.2 


7.3 


8.1 


- 


8.3 


8.2 


10.7 


lli. Total No. of Families and 
















unrelated individuals* 


7,195 


1,865 


1,250 


365 


1,515 


990 


1,210 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500 


2,220 


660 


315 


11.5 


385 


305 


lao 


16. From $1,500 to $2,999 


2,185 


600 


385 


80 


575 


325 


220 


17. From $3,000 to $li,li99 


l,3li5 


330 


255 


55 


335 


215 


155 


18. Incomes $U,500 and over 


650 


11.5 


195 


30 


135 


95 


50 


19. Median Income ... dollars** 


2,173 


2,053 


2,U55 


- 


2,373 


2,297 


1,51.7 


TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 














NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


F-l 


F-2 


F-3 


F-l* 


F-5 


F-6 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


1,1j70 


273 


392 


59 


1*35 


276 


35 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


2,027 


ia7 


556 


81. 


573 


31*8 


1.9 


3. Persons lli-19 yrs. old 


1,723 


500 


370 


113 


1*1*5 


260 


35 


h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


1,575 


281i 


31*5 


39 


1*30 


2hh 


233 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


12,620 


2,526 


2,81*6 


1.20 


3,1*00 


2,077 


1,351 


6. Persons lit yrs. old or over 


111, 751 


3,171 


3,286 


579 


3,927 


2,396 


1,392 


7. No. of Item 6 In Civilian 
















Labor Force 


7,8U3 


1,31*3 


1,818 


230 


2,236 


1,31*8 


868 


8. No. of Item 7 employed in 
















month of April, 1950 


6,655 


1,176 


1,587 


203 


1,883 


1,200 


606 


9. Professional, Technical, 
















and kindred workers 


320 


20 


1*3 


17 


116 


1.8 


76 


10. Managers, Officials and 
















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


319 


28 


81 


35 


108 


37 


30 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


682 


92 


161 


25 


189 


121 


9U 


12. Sales Workers 


10.9 


65 


100 


21 


98 


100 


35 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen and 
















kindred workers 


689 


115 


172 


8 


190 


158 


1*6 


m. Operatives and kindred workers 


2,529 


507 


638 


78 


736 


U98 


72 


15. Private household workers 


21. 


5 


1 


- 


2 


1 


15 


16. Service workers (except 
















household) 


631* 


90 


121 


8 


172 


87 


156 


17. laborers 


933 


21*8 


228 


11 


257 


11*3 


1.6 


TABI£ III - CHARACTERIS- 


AREA 














TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


F-l 


F-2 


F-3 


F-U 


F-5 


F-6 



1. Total Dwelling Units l.,911 91.9 1,289 159 1,1.57 875 182 

2. Total Occupied Units 1*,790 921 1,265 ll*9 l,la9 861* 172 

3. Owner-occupied Units ^59 67 128 23 125 lOh 12 
1*. Single detached Units 

(including trailers) 1*0 5 1. 16 5 3 7 

5. Median value of Singles.. dollar s^ __---_- 

6. Total Units in Five or more 
unit structures 

7. Total Units reporting condition 

8. Units with no private bath or 
no running water or dilapidated 

9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 

10. Units built 19l*0 or later* 

11. Median persons per occupied unlt^ 

12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 
per room or more 

13. Units reporting central heat* 
It*. All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 

15. No. rentals under $20 

16. From $20 to $39 

17. From $1,0 to $59 

18. Rentals $60 and over 

19. Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**! 23.61, 19.31* 21.35 28.50 22.33 21.70 62.23 



2,770 
U,737 


620 
931 


781 
1,261 


28 
11*2 


777 
1,1*28 


1.21, 
870 


11,0 

105 


3,61*0 
1,,710 


831 
895 


999 
1,260 


75 
135 


1,01*3 
l,l*l£l 


690 
870 


2 
110 


3.0 


3.1 


3.2 


2.5 


3.1 


3.2 


1.1, 


1,011 

ia,o 


219 
25 


273 

1,0 


27 
50 


311* 
155 


169 
70 


9 
100 


1,,217 

1,696 

2,261, 

166 

91 


8U, 

1,29 

1,03 

7 

5 


1,131, 

1*69 

651* 

10 

1 


118 
23 

51* 
28 
U 


1,258 

1*78 

701. 

65 

11 


753 
297 

U30 

21, 

2 


110 

19 
32 
59 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Medians for Individual census tracts computed from lii class intervals for income j 8 class intervals for rent. 
Tiedian not shoim where base is less than 100. 



BOSTON - WEST END 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



AREA 

TOTAL H-1 H-2 H-3 H-U K-1 K-2 



CITT 
TOTAL 



9. 

10. 

n. 

12. 
13. 

111. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



Population - 1950 
Population - 19/iO 
Percent of Change 
Male Population - 1950 
Non-lVhite Population 
Foreign-born Vfhite Pop. 
No. Married Couples* 
Couples with their own 
household 

Households-Total Number 
Institutional Population 
(If over 10 percent) 
Persons 1 yr. old or over 
Item 11 - Same residence 
in 1950 as in 19149* 
25 yrs. or over - median 
school yrs. completed 
Total No. of Families and 
unrelated individuals* 
No. Incomes under $1,500* 
From *1,500 to f2,999 
From $3,000 to !>,h,U99 
Income? over $li»S0O 
Median Income,... dollars 



27,202 


7,l409 


2,521. 


1,798 


li,95l 


5,128 


5,392 


27,278 


7,86li 


2,720 


2,295 


a, 708 


5,078 


U,613 


-0.3 


-5.8 


-7.2 


-21.7 


+5.2 


+1.0 


+16.9 


13,161 


3,677 


1,299 


833 


2,835 


2,373 


2,llh 


263 


82 


15 


1.8 


19 


71. 


25 


5,931 


1,951 


719 


379 


1,255 


880 


7147 


5,265 


1,620 


535 


290 


885 


1,015 


920 


ii,eeo 


l,5U5 


525 


285 


695 


990 


8Uo 


8,UiO 


2,278 


776 


U51 


1,162 


1,990 


1,783 


167 


_ 


_ 


155 


11 


_ 


1 


26,535 


7,235 


2,385 


1,795 


It, 885 


li,870 


5,365 



21,885 6,300 2,130 1,365 3,965 3,895 l4,230 



11.3 



11.3 8.9 12.3 13.0 

860 2,680 2,875 3,680 

liOO 970 810 l,l6o 

220 9ltO 1,010 905 

110 UOO lj60 390 

1j5 130 365 690 

2,161 2,281 2,250 1,375 1,891 2,322 2,165 



13,775 


2,815 


865 


It.liOO 


810 


250 


lj,395 


1,015 


305 


2,115 


525 


210 


1,765 


265 


70 



801,ljl*lj 

770,816 

+I1.0 

388,180 

1*2, 7ia* 

Ii4l4,092 
I6l,51i0 

11)7,600 
219,398 

10,381 
787,250 

679,695 

U.0 

269,61»0 
73,965 
76,165 
61,120 
50,835 
2,61,3 



TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHAPACTEPISTICS 



AREA 
TOTAL 



H-1 



H-2 



H-3 



H-l) 



K-1 



K-2 



CITT 

TOTAL 



1. 
2. 
3. 
h. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



9. 

10. 

u. 

12. 
13. 

li.. 

15. 
16, 

17. 



13,560 3,316 1,053 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 1,851 715 267 105 310 319 135 

Persons 5-13 yrs. old 2,339 951) 359 176 380 329 ll)l 

Persons ll)-19 yrs. old 1,71)0 578 191 21)li 293 208 226 

Persons -65 yrs. old or over 2,81)7 567 195 131) 6I8 507 826 

Persons 21 yrs. old or over 20,665 5,032 1,675 1,220 3,909 It, 209 1),820 

Persons 11) yrs. old or over 23,012 5,71)0 1,696 1,517 l),26l l),l)80 5,116 

No. of Item 6 In Civilian 

Labor Force 

No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 12,1)1)6 2,972 896 

Professional, Technical 

and kindred workers 2,165 278 1)0 

Managers, Officials and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 1,009 I8I) 51) 25 135 207 l)Ol) 

Clerical & kindred workers 2,118 1)13 111 86 259 66O 589 

Sales Workers 1,080 222 59 66 189 250 29l) 

Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

Kindred workers 1,085 337 121 51) 256 225 92 

Operatives & kindred workers 2,06l 797 276 121, 510 286 86 

Private household workers 382 17 3 2 I6 39 305 

Service workers (except 

household) 1,739 1)51 138 96 1)77 366 211 

Laborers 621) 21)3 80 22 207 55 17 



823 2,569 
769 2,266 

288 189 



2,881) 2,915 

2,701) 2,839 

566 801) 



71,038 
97,162 
63,772 
77,631) 
556,01)0 
633,221) 

336,692 

311,816 

32,1)61 

23,901 
60,533 
26,051 

1)2,100 

61,170 

5,065 

39,930 
17,881 



TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 
TICS CP DWELLING, UNITS 



AFEA 
TOTAL 



H-1 



H-2 



H-3 H-1) 



K-1 



K-2 



CITY 
TOTAL 



1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


8,670 


2,330 


820 


1)7U 


1,203 


2,015 


1,828 


222,079 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


6,352 


2,279 


771 


U50 


1,11)3 


1,962 


1,71)7 


218,103 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


832 


153 


69 


21 


88 


11)1) 


357 


51), 266 


1). 


Single detached Units 




















(including Trailers) 


91) 


9 


1 


1 


28 


28 


27 


23,1)78 


5. 


Median value of Singles-'- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$ 9,1)72 


6. 


Total Units In five or 




















more unit structures 


5,102 1,365 


322 


3U3 


669 


1,379 


1,021) 


68,961) 


7. 


Total Units reporting 




















condition 


8,1)22 


2,268 


803 


1)56 


1,160 


1,967 


1,71)6 


217,521) 


8. 


Units with no priva-te bath or 
no running wa-ter or dilapi- 




















dated 


1,278 


355 


291) 


61 


329 


11)2 


77 


33,51)8 


9. 


Units built in 1919 or 




















earlier* 


8,290 


2,270 


800 


1)75 


1,135 


1,930 


1,680 


167,205 


10. 


Units built 19hO or later 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


10 


11,085 


11. 


Median persons per occupied^ 




















Unit 


2.1) 


2.9 


3.0 


2.5 


2.5 


2.1 


2.1 


3.1 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 




















persons per room or more 


960 


3U1 


123 


63 


176 


11)7 


no 


27,261 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


1),710 


655 


210 


260 


1)10 


1,1)15 


1,560 


157,1)85 


11). 


All units reporting rents 




















(Both rented & rentable) 


7,338 


2,067 


697 


1)30 


1,01)1 


1,767 


1,316 


159,71)2 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


1,282 


563 


282 


90 


278 


68 


1 


17,032 


16. 


From S20 to $39 


3,072 


1,131 


385 


261) 


511 


716 


65 


78,718 


17. 


From $1)0 to $59 


1,51)2 


289 


27 


61) 


162 


688 


312 


1)6,951 


18. 


Rentals over $60 


1,1)1)2 


101) 


3 


12 


90 


295 


938 


i7,oia 


19. 


Median contract monthly**^ 




















rent Hollars 


35.51) 


25.1)9 


21.85 


26.15 


25.76 


1)1.72 


79.06 


35.1)0 









Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Medians for individual census tracts computed from lli class in-tervala. 
Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



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BOSTON - DORCHESTER NORTH 



TABLE I - CHARACIERISTICS 


AREA 
























OF ira POPUUTION 


TOTAL 


P-IC 


P-2 


P-3 


p-a 


P-5 


P-6 


Q-5 


T-1 


T-2 


T-3A 


T-3B 


1. Population - 1950 


122,530 


2,000 


5,21,9 


1,,21,0 


1,,125 


a, 5^6 


a,o7a 


5,8a7 


5,925 


6,783 


a,oa6 


5,650 


2. Population - 19liO 


1214,323 


2,255 


5,978 


li,313 


3,783 


l.,773 


3,707 


6,538 


a, 750 


7,338 


3,935 


5,5a7 


3. Percent of Change 


-l.li 


-11.3 


-12.2 


-1.7 


+9.0 


-a. 8 


+9»9 


-10.6 


+2a.7 


-7.6 


♦2.8 


+1.9 


U. Male Popiilation - 1950 


58,280 


961, 


2,523 


2,050 


1,965 


2,223 


1,93a 


2,866 


2,930 


3,236 


1,75a 


2,659 


5. Non-»hite Population 


897 


6 


5 


31 


52 


170 


a 


99 


13 


7 


9 


la 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


2U,91.5 


331 


1,033 


766 


676 


973 


799 


1,026 


765 


1,256 


67a 


1,031 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


26,li90 


1,05 


1,020 


870 


905 


870 


915 


1,075 


1,190 


l,ao5 


790 


1,170 


8, Couples with their own 


























household* 


2!»,320 


395 


950 


790 


870 


775 


835 


i,o5o 


1,125 


1,285 


705 


1,130 


9. Households - Total Number 


33,002 


51,8 


i.yi 


1,127 


1,116 


1,13a 


1,228 


1,50a 


1,552 


1,786 


1,150 


1,538 


10. Institutional Popiaation 


376 


- 


- 


1 


23 


- 


5 




16 


10 


u. 


la 


11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


120,030 


1,915 


5,170 


1,,170 


1,,115 


a, 505 


3,955 


5,710 


5,790 


6,630 


3,995 


5,500 


12. Item 11 - Same residence in 


























1950 as ir 1914?* 


108,565 


1,720 


l,,71t0 


3,71,5 


3,615 


a,i25 


3,380 


5,265 


a,985 


6,035 


3,555 


5,060 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 


























school yrs. completed* 


10.8 


10.0 


10.1 


9.3 


9.7 


9.8 


10.6 


9.1 


11.2 


10.3 


11.2 


11.2 


li*. Total No. of Families and 


























unrelated individuals* 


36,805 


550 


1,555 


1,275 


l.UlO 


i.iao 


1,555 


1,715 


1,665 


1,895 


1,500 


1,765 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


6,1»35 


55 


195 


21,0 


270 


305 


360 


270 


205 


3ao 


ao5 


250 


16. From $1,500 to $2,999 


9,li00 


130 


375 


310 


U,5 


320 


a25 


675 


5a5 


a5o 


ai5 


365 


17. From $3,000 to $li,li99 


10,320 


220 


1,55 


300 


360 


275 


a2o 


330 


a95 


620 


305 


595 


18. Incomes $l4,500 and over 


8,230 


115 


1,30 


300 


210 


190 


250 


350 


290 


385 


310 


a65 


19. Median Income dollars** 


3,197 


3,268 


3,1,26 


3,111, 


2,831 


2,680 


2,820 


2,669 


3,oaa 


3,160 


2,707 


3,377 


TABLE n - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 
























NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


P-IC 


P-2 


p-3 


P-1, 


P-5 


P^ 


Q-5 


T-l 


T-2 


T-3A 


T-3B 


1, Persons under 5 yrs. old 


11,731 


197 


hh2 


ia6 


1,31, 


a36 


3a9 


621 


896 


627 


3aa 


561 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


16,1(61 


322 


667 


619 


576 


7a2 


376 


1,017 


8a7 


917 


385 


735 


3. Persons llj-19 yrs. old 


10,135 


188 


ia2 


373 


1,36 


aei 


288 


6aa 


361 


582 


308 


397 


h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


11,229 


119 


1,28 


359 


322 


331 


a96 


369 


373 


595 


525 


5ao 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


82,lj03 


1,261 


3,636 


2,776 


2,601 


2,807 


3,002 


3,a6a 


3,752 


a, 560 


2,93a 


3,879 


6. Persons lli yrs old or over 


9li,338 


1,1,81 


l,,ll,0 


3,205 


3,115 


3,368 


3,3a9 


a, 209 


a, 182 


5,239 


3,317 


a,35a 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 


























Labor Force 


51,199 


857 


2,1,92 


1,792 


1,691. 


1,811 


l,8a9 


2,279 


2,230 


2,939 


1,721 


2,a86 


8. Ho. of Item 7 en^iloyed in 


























month of April, 1950 


a7,603 


788 


2,300 


1,618 


1,532 


1,666 


1,739 


1,99a 


2,oa3 


2,758 


1,627 


2,3a6 


9. Professional, Technical and 


























kindred workers 


3,7Ll4 


10, 


162 


103 


80 


72 


173 


aa 


130 


200 


157 


211 


10. Managers, Officials, and 


























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


3,7l;6 


23 


79 


81 


88 


UO 


105 


52 


113 


122 


96 


157 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


10,338 


176 


1,78 


329 


280 


301 


370 


329 


a27 


663 


a23 


552 


12. Sales Workers 


l4,500 


39 


iia 


113 


92 


162 


139 


95 


129 


171 


121 


169 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 


























Kindred Workers 


7,536 


119 


351 


288 


21,8 


268 


311 


35a 


ail 


a2o 


228 


389 


m. Operatives and kindred workers 


9,717 


207 


598 


387 


1,01 


aai 


313 


655 


a2a 


567 


293 


a37 


15. Private household workers 


296 


2 


7 


11 


11 


8 


19 


16 


5 


21 


7 


13 


16. Service workers (except 


























household) 


l.,862 


100 


320 


202 


196 


157 


185 


253 


238 


396 


21a 


277 


17. Laborers 


2,1,96 


68 


151 


97 


113 


m 


110 


172 


ia7 


183 


81 


121 


TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


AREA 
























TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


P-IC 


P-2 


P-3 


p-a 


p-5 


P-6 


Q-5 


T-l 


T-2 


T-3A 


T-3B 


1. Total DweUing Units 


33,iia 


551, 


l,U39 


1,109 


1,101, 


1,130 


1,231 


1,519 


1,555 


1,802 


1,167 


1,531 


2. Total Occupied Units 


32,788 


51,7 


1,1,21 


1,096 


1,09U 


1,120 


1,222 


i,a9i 


1,536 


1,788 


i,ia5 


1,523 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


8,796 


11,2 


372 


268 


236 


2a8 


329 


277 


389 


605 


32a 


a39 


h. Single detached Units 


























(including Trailers) 


2,901 


37 


62 


61, 


50 


6a 


213 


81 


lia 


255 


80 


8a 


5. Median value of Singles. .dollars^ 


8,71k 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,557 


- 


8,006 


8,700 






6. Total Units in Five or more 


























unit structures 


5,730 


21 


120 


102 


251 


ia8 


ao6 


296 


256 


51 


237 


126 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


32,659 


5U, 


1,1,25 


1,101, 


1,078 


1,112 


1,195 


l,a95 


1,538 


1,753 


i.iao 


1,510 


8. Units with no private bath or 


























no running water or dilapidated 


2,285 


78 


126 


iia 


183 


102 


ia5 


261 


137 


3a 


95 


62 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


28,305 


535 


1,31,0 


1,020 


1,080 


1,105 


995 


i,a55 


1,070 


1,610 


1,005 


1,250 


10. Units built 19U0 or later* 


580 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




250 


_ 


30 


15 


11. Median persons per occupied unitl 


3.5 


3.3 


3.1, 


3.5 


3.3 


3.7 


2.7 


3.6 


3.5 


3.5 


3.0 


3.3 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 


























per room or more 


3,153 


67 


136 


131. 


178 


177 


U9 


279 


2a5 


192 


80 


135 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


26,125 


275 


930 


790 


650 


790 


1,090 


a35 


875 


l,a30 


1,090 


1,330 


lij. All units reporting rents 


























(Both rented and rentable) 


23,516 


391, 


1,025 


819 


832 


862 


865 


1,195 


l,ia2 


1,172 


819 


1,071 


15. No. rentals under $20 


818 


37 


63 


32 


69 


SO 


10 


179 


91 


8 


8 


3 


16. From $20 to $39 


15,391, 


332 


850 


630 


51.9 


7(1 


aa5 


958 


880 


1,026 


a9e 


722 


17. From $li0 to $59 


5,839 


19 


98 


133 


170 


102 


338 


51 


ia3 


12a 


238 


280 


18. Rentals $60 and over 


1,1)65 


6 


11, 


21, 


iM 


6 


72 


7 


28 


li. 


75 


66 


19. Median contract monthly 


























rent dollars**^ 


31,. 21 


1,3.26 


30.76 


32.78 


30.10 


28.18 


36.68 


2a.90 


28.13 


32.97 


37.18 


36.19 







'statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
Medians for Individual census tracts computed fran la class intervals for incomej 8 class Intervals for rent, 
'T'edian not shown where base is less than 100. 



TABLE I continued 



T-W 



DORCHESTER NORTH - Oontinued 
T-liB T-5A T-5B T-6 T-7A 



-1- 
T-7B 



T-8A T-8B T-9 T-10 X-1 



1. 


Population - 1950 


h,6U. 


a, 267 


5,719 


5,1.85 


5,805 


3,232 


7,8ai 


7,9a8 


a,a2Q 


6,771 


a,a27 


9,a96 


2. 


Population - 191i0 


It, 915 


l.,U3? 


5,81,6 


5,1.98 


6,282 


3,3a2 


8,186 


8,008 


a,559 


6,933 


a,a69 


8,931 


3. 


Percent of change 


-5.5 


-3.8 


-2.2 


-0.2 


-7.6 


-3.3 


-a. 2 


-0.7 


-3.0 


-2.3 


-0.9 


*6.2 


\i. 


Male Population - 1950 


2,233 


2,Ob7 


2,752 


2,579 


2,800 


i,5a5 


3,738 


3,82a 


2,068 


3,138 


1,955 


a,a97 


5. 


Non-White Population 


2 


- 


U 


19 


331 


10 


37 


33 


21 


la 


2 


la 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


832 


826 


1,017 


1,008 


1,828 


835 


2,6o6 


2,5ia 


930 


1,150 


655 


i,aia 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


960 


900 


1,310 


1,220 


1,1.95 


810 


1,910 


2,065 


8ao 


i,a9o 


920 


1,955 


8. 


Couples with their own 




























household* 


900 


805 


1,21.5 


1,085 


1,330 


730 


1,765 


1,770 


780 


1,375 


820 


1,805 


9. 


Households - Total number 


1,203 


1,118 


1,1.93 


1,1.1U. 


1,61,5 


907 


2,22a 


2,193 


1,200 


1,830 


1,107 


2,52a 


10, 


Institutional Population 


- 


- 


- 


80 


- 


20 


- 


2 


28 


- 


70 


93 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


l.,5U5 


a,l8o 


5,530 


5,uao 


5,685 


3,205 


7,760 


7,780 


a,ai5 


6,575 


a,3ao 


9,120 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence in 




























1950 as in 19li9* 


1,,260 


3,950 


5,080 


l.,855 


5,150 


2,9ao 


7,170 


6,930 


a, 010 


6,155 


3,8a5 


7,995 


13. 


25 yra. or over - median 




























school yrs. completed* 


10.8 


11.0 


10. h 


11.9 


10.0 


11.7 


11.7 


12.0 


12.0 


11.5 


12.2 


11.0 


la. 


Total No. of Families and 




























unrelated individuals* 


1,265 


1,200 


1,670 


1,615 


1,91.5 


955 


2,390 


2,ao5 


i,2ao 


2,080 


1,375 


2,6ao 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


205 


11.5 


265 


270 


1.75 


ia5 


aoo 


360 


2a5 


300 


290 


aao 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


350 


21.5 


355 


1.65 


530 


200 


620 


560 


320 


a65 


210 


625 


17. 


From S3, 000 to Slt,lj99 


365 


395 


51.0 


1.30 


1.65 


275 


660 


715 


310 


610 


350 


830 


18. 


Incomes $lj,SOO and over 


285 


355 


1.60 


380 


270 


250 


5ao 


560 


325 


590 


355 


565 


19. 


Median Income dollars** 


3,1U8 


3,563 


3,U32 


3,101 


2,700 


3,391 


3,ia3 


3,301 


3,121 


3,395 


3,3a2 


3,236 




TABLE II oontinued 


T-ljA 


T-13 


T-5A 


T-5B 


T-6 


T-7A 


T-7B 


T-8A 


T-8B 


T-9 


T-IO 


X-1 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs old 


1.31 


382 


60U 


511 


1.72 


290 


6a6 


660 


381 


602 


330 


1,099 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


656 


632 


798 


771. 


780 


a2i 


938 


986 


568 


88a 


a9i 


1,330 


3. 


Persons m-19 yrs. old 


lt70 


357 


527 


U37 


1.95 


232 


591 


601 


333 


528 


367 


727 


U. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


367 


361. 


1.81. 


597 


511. 


257 


803 


7oa 


a66 


765 


630 


821 


S. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


3,001 


2,81,5 


3,697 


3,703 


3,977 


2,23a 


5,568 


5,581 


3,085 


a, 675 


3,179 


6,186 


6. 


Persons lli yrs. old or over 


3,557 


3,253 


l.,317 


l.,200 


l.,553 


2,521 


6,257 


6,302 


3,a71 


5,285 


3,606 


7,057 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 




























Labor Force 


1,989 


1,831 


2,321. 


2,21,3 


2,389 


1,333 


3,189 


3,2a3 


1,861 


2,875 


1,938 


3,83a 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 




























month of April, 1950 


l,8a8 


1,755 


2,175 


2,078 


2,169 


i,2a6 


3,020 


3,092 


1,739 


2,703 


1,828 


3,539 


9. 


Professional, Technical and 




























kindred workers 


IW 


lOl. 


11)8 


175 


115 


129 


309 


300 


137 


260 


280 


239 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 




























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


100 


112 


117 


218 


Z\xl 


187 


5a6 


558 


125 


180 


150 


180 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


371. 


1.73 


519 


1.58 


1,02 


217 


529 


569 


383 


756 


a79 


831 


12. 


Sales Workers 


123 


133 


170 


255 


315 


199 


a92 


529 


227 


251 


163 


272 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foramen, and 




























Kindred Workers 


279 


296 


375 


326 


318 


168 


aoo 


ai6 


29a 


ai9 


2a8 


610 


U). 


Operatives and kindred workers 


a3i. 


295 


1.25 


351 


531 


2ai 


518 


a85 


328 


a28 


2aa 


7ia 


15. 


Private household workers 


10 


11 


12 


m 


22 


a 


13 


12 


la 


15 


23 


26 


16. 


Service workers (except 




























household ) 


222 


221 


250 


177 


lU. 


63 


127 


U9 


155 


269 


171 


ao6 


17. 


Laborers 


11.5 


103 


U,6 


83 


6a 


23 


57 


55 


67 


116 


51 


232 




TABLE III continued 


T-W 


t-Ub 


T-5A 


T-5B 


T-6 


T-7A 


T-7B 


T-8A 


T-8B 


T-9 


T-10 


X-1 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


1,216 


1,131 


1,507 


1,1.59 


i,6ai 


908 


2,223 


2,219 


1,191 


i,8a5 


1,U7 


2,5a3 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


1,207 


1,118 


1,1.83 


1,1.36 


1,610 


898 


2,212 


2,200 


l,l8l 


1,831 


1,107 


2,522 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


306 


381 


1U.6 


W.5 


267 


137 


a66 


a89 


362 


633 


519 


716 


li. 


Single detached Units 




























(including Trailers) 


173 


182 


222 


165 


25 


10 


33 


91 


120 


l8a 


275 


290 


5. 


Median value of Singles.. dollarsl 


- 


- 


- 


9,01,1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,632 10,801 


8,568 


6. 


Total Units in Five or more 




























unit structures 


loU 


26 


77 


268 


a38 


a32 


680 


709 


166 


258 


6a 


a9U 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


1,212 


1,129 


1,1.78 


1,1,1.8 


1,599 


899 


2,212 


2,199 


1,177 


1,83a 


1,093 


2,a85 


8, 


Units with no private bath or 




























no running water or dilapidated 


60 


10 


70 


55 


lai 


26 


ia2 


7 


22 


57 


29 


302 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


1,130 


1,01.0 


1,370 


1,155 


1,395 


515 


1,770 


1,685 


1,125 


1,780 


1,025 


1,850 


10. 


Units built 19lt0 or later* 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


70 


- 


- 


5 


200 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit^ 


3.6 


3.6 


3.6 


3.5 


3.a 


3.5 


3.a 


3.a 


3.a 


3.a 


3.5 


3.a 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 




























per room or more 


169 


107 


161. 


122 


162 


90 


159 


127 


113 


139 


57 


302 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


895 


1,070 


1,260 


1,300 


1,385 


785 


i,9ao 


2,150 


1,090 


i,6ao 


1,080 


i,8a5 


U;. 


All units reporting rents 




























(Both rented and rentable) 


891 


732 


1,010 


957 


1,316 


7ao 


1,702 


1,681 


810 


1,176 


560 


i,7a5 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


62 


3 


32 


3 


a2 


U 


22 


10 


7 


5 


3 


68 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


728 


611 


755 


552. 


97a 


210 


673 


570 


552 


717 


253 


1,205 


17. 


From $ao to $59 


91 


110 


189 


316 


2aa 


a2i 


799 


739 


221 


ai3 


22a 


376 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


K) 


8 


31. 


86 


56 


98. 


208 


362 


30 


ai 


80 


96 


19. 


Median contract monthly 




























rent dollars**! 


31.90 


31.. 79 


3U.65 


37.52 


32.22 


a6.5o 


a3.06 


a6.oo 


35.61 


36.88 


ai.03 


33.67 









Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown i*ere base is less than 500. 

Medians for Individual census tracts computed from la class intervals for income j 8 class intervals for rent, 
■TJedian not shown where base is less than 100. 



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BOSTON - DORCHESTEP SOUTH 



TABLE I - CHARACTEFISTICS 
OF THE POPUUTION 



AREA 



X-2 



X-3A X-3B X-liA X-UB I-gA X-gB I-gC X-6A X-6B X-6C 



1. Population - 1950 

2. Population - 19liO 

3. Percent of Change 

h. Hale Population - 19?0 
?. Non-White Population 

6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 

7. No. of Married Couples* 

8. Couples with their own 
household* 

9. Households - Total Number 

10. Institutional Population 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 
in 1950 as in 19lj9* 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
school yrs. completed* 

111. Total No. of Families and 
unrelated individuals* 

15. No, Incomes under $1,500* 

16. From $1,500 to $2,999 

17. From $3,000 to $U,h99 

18. Incomes flj,500 and over 

19. Median income .... dollars** 

Table II - AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



77,2)i2 9,93lj 5,830 6,539 8,239 5,7lj9 7,961 a,63a 5,129 10,603 8,im a,5lO 

77,350 10,223 6,020 6,351 8,li82 5,59U 7,91Ii 5,028 5,083 11,902 6,879 3,87U 

-0.1 -2.8 -3.2 +3.0 -2.9 +2.8 +0.6 -7.8 +0.9 -10.9 +18.0 +16.I4 

37,199 lj,671 2,865 3,0li6 3,869 2,628 3,963 2,312 2,U69 5,l8o U,056 2,lli0 

201 3 3 6 3U 11 71 12 5 m Ul 1 

16,310 1,752 801 91^4 1,1)91 972 2,338 l,5l»5 1,002 3,5o5 1,351 609 

17,700 2,060 1,300 1,230 1,670 l,l50 2,015 l,3l5 1,195 2,890 1;800 1,075 

16,095 1,920 1,185 1,115 l,505 l,o8o l,8o5 1,200 l,o85 2,5U5 i,68o 975 

20,1)97 2,52U 1,565 1,701 2,216 1,571 2,167 1,299 1,375 2,850 2,051 1,178 

1,008 329 - 12 U7 56 - - - 1 563 - 

76,ol40 9,820 5,780 6,365 8,190 5,695 7,835 l4,62o 5,o6o 10,385 7,895 a,395 

68,920 8,970 5,255 5,895 7,330 5,210 7,090 U,2oo a,555 9,525 6,860 li,030 

11.9 11.2 ll.li 12.1 12.1 12.0 11.2 10.6 11.8 11.1 12.1 12.1 

22,li8o 2,820 l,71i5 1,865 2,^35 1,720 2,325 l,la5 l,ljli5 3,0^5 2,310 1,355 

3,290 1)30 170 330 1j55 200 380 225 225 1;25 270 180 

l»,98o 555 280 350 650 395 705 325 325 685 1*85 225 

6,590 950 680 U6o 61(5 1)05 58o ia5 li8o 765 8l5 395 

6,185 695 I485 61*5 560 610 5oo 330 35o 915 610 1*85 

3,513 3,393 3,6l42 3,1)83 3,088 3,7?9 2,996 3,287 3,3U. 3,1*25 3,51*0 3,692 

AREA X-2 X-3A X-3B X-1*A X-UB X-5A X-5B X-5C X-6A X-6B X-6C 



1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


7,221 


919 


1)81 


531) 


757 


1)1)6 


91)6 


391) 


1.63 


798 


997 


1)86 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


9,826 


1,370 


775 


818 


1,011) 


715 


921) 


590 


738 


1,318 


961 


603 


3. 


Persons ll)-19 yrs. old 


6,007 


811 


1)82 


51)0 


61)2 


1)28 


550 


333 


a52 


888 


1.98 


383 


ll. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


7,266 


1,101) 


530 


726 


895 


661 


693 


390 


391, 


81)6 


631) 


393 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


53,136 


6,701 


1),019 


1),571 


5,703 


!),085 


5,1)1)3 


3,25U 


3,1)01) 


7,1)32 


5,563 


2,961 


6. 


Persons ll) yrs. old or over 


60,195 


7,61,5 


1),57U 


5,187 


6,1(68 


i),588 


6,091 


3,650 


3,928 


8,1)87 


6,156 


3,1)21 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 




























Labor Force 


31,622 


1),026 


2,1)5U 


2,812 


3,1)1)7 


2,1)97 


3,072 


1,885 


2,093 


U,1.20 


3,123 


1,793 


8. 


IIo. of Item 7 employed in 




























month of April, 1950 


29,81)2 


3,789 


2,328 


2,663 


3,222 


2,373 


2,901 


1,762 


1,953 


1),180 


2,91)6 


1,725 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 




























and kindred workers 


2,880 


300 


201 


337 


313 


283 


232 


138 


171 


377 


31)6 


182 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 




























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


3,1)61) 


228 


185 


237 


266 


225 


513 


2U3 


211 


860 


367 


129 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


6,676 


1,01)2 


590 


703 


752 


690 


1)88 


261, 


ia8 


678 


558 


1.93 


12. 


Sales Workers 


3,700 


311 


221 


235 


339 


207 


1)93 


322 


285 


778 


353 


156 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen and 




























kindred workers 


1),730 


689 


389 


388 


530 


317 


1)1)1) 


31)2 


287 


570 


a97 


277 


11). 


Operatives and kindred 




























workers 


1),571 


576 


31)8 


361 


567 


293 


1)98 


325 


315 


61)2 


1)05 


21a 


15. 


Private household workers 


11)6 


18 


7 


23 


16 


11) 


6 


3 


11 


17 


20 


11 


16. 


Service workers (except 




























household) 


2,521 


Ul5 


287 


263 


295 


262 


130 


70 


161 


151) 


318 


166 


J.7. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


923 


179 


85 


69 


127 


77 


81 


1)0 


63 


63 


57 


62 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


AREA 


X-2 


X-3A 


X-3B 


X-U 


X-1)B 


X-5A 


X-5B 


X-5C 


X-6A 


X-6B 


X-6C 



20,612 2,51,6 1,557 1,716 2,219 1,583 2,183 1,315 1,385 2,859 2,o65 1,181, 

20,1)16 2,511 1,51)5 1,691) 2,200 1,568 2,165 1,307 1,371) 2,81)1. 2,037 1,171 

7,799 990 829 877 69S 708 1)67 362 501 910 902 558 



1. Total Dwelling Units 

2. Total Occupied Units 

3. Owner-occupied Units 
1). Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 3,1)71) 365 1)53 533 272 279 

5. Median value of Singles ..dollars^lO,881) 9,1.72 10,733 11,008 9,61)2 12,200 

6. Total Units in Five or more 

unit structures 3,1)03 

7. Total Units reporting 
condition 20,1)02 

8. Units with no private bath 
or no running water or dilapidated 

9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 

10. Units buUt 191)0 or later* 

11. Median persons per occupied 
unltl 

12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 
per room or more 

13. Units reporting central heat* 
ll). All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 

15. No. rentals under $20 

16. From $20 to $39 

17. From $1)0 to $59 

18. Rentals $60 and over 

19. Median contract monthly 
rent dollars**! 



178 



86 203 220 1)91 391. 
8,196 12,011 9,593 12,278 



123 26 167 1)22 1,32 U17 262 1,56 836 lUO 122 

2,512 1,536 1,700 2,193 1,575 2,136 1,308 1,381. 2,836 2,oSo 1,172 



1 395 


1)0 


20 


39 


88 


3 


25 


19 


28 


28 


68 


37 


12,120 


1,900 


585 


1,185 


1,91.5 


725 


1,1.05 


825 


975 


1,250 


71.0 


585 


1,195 


10 


60 


35 


- 


60 


300 




20 


5 


1,80 


225 


3.5 


3.1) 


3.1. 


3.1) 


3.1. 


3.3 


3.5 


3.5 


3.5 


3.7 


3.5 


3.6 


1,519 


233 


102 


128 


186 


79 


225 


80 


117 


151. 


135 


80 


18,965 


2,200 


1,1.30 


1,570 


2,030 


1,51.5 


1,835 


1,270 


1,295 


2,785 


1,915 


1,090 


12,31.3 


1,1.95 


687 


800 


1,1.78 


81.8 


1,636 


918 


861. 


1,898 


1,120 


599 


115 


28 


7 


5 


13 


2 


5 


h 


9 


5 


5 


32 


6,192 


986 


289 


380 


903 


396 


981. 


ws 


539 


678 


310 


292 


5,258 


U1.9 


367 


356 


1.77 


1.16 


51.9 


U61. 


269 


988 


691. 


229 


778 


32 


21. 


59 


85 


31. 


98 


IS 


1.7 


227 


Ill 


a6 



39.56 35.1a la.l6 1)0.13 36.82 1.0.1.7 36.65 1.0.01. 36.83 1)3.1.9 hh.69 37.96 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual census tracts computed from ll. class Intervals for Income j 8 class inteirvals for rent. 
Tiedian not shown where base is less than 100, 



BOSTON - EAST BOSTON 



TABLE I - CHAMCTEHISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



AREA 

TOTAL A-1 



A-2 



A-3 



A-h A-5 



A-6 



B-1 



B-2 



B-3 B-U B-5A 



1. 


Population - 1950 


51,152 5,829 


1),3I)7 


6,a39 


a,99a 


6,259 


3,600 


2,533 


2,93a 


3,177 


3,232 


2,850 


a,958 


2. 


Population - 19iiO 


56,928 6,17U 


1),809 


6,960 


5,331 


6,670 


a, 285 


3,329 


3,696 


2,951 


3,862 


3,a8o 


5,381 


3. 


Percent of Change 


-10.1 


-5.6 


-9.6 


-7.5 


-6.3 


-6.2 


-16.0 


-23.9 


-20.6 


+7.1 


-16.3 


-18.1 


-7.9 


h. 


Male Population - 1950 


25,li56 2,80l4 


2,097 


3,2ia 


2,a37 


3,16a 


1,772 


1,255 


i,a93 


1,560 


1,711 


i,ai7 


2,532 


5. 


Non-White Population^ 


75 


1 


1 


8 


7 


la 


9 


1 


7 


2 


2 




23 


6. 


Foreign-Bom Whit« Pop. 


10,289 1,089 


717 


1,212 


988 


i,ai6 


796 


589 


666 


397 


7a7 


71a 


958 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


11,155 1,270 


970 


i,aa5 


1,080 


1,330 


815 


590 


610 


575 


715 


7ao 


1,015 


8. 


Couples with their own 






























household* 


10,315 l,il45 


890 


1,330 


990 


1,220 


730 


550 


570 


560 


670 


705 


955 


9. 


Households - Total number 


13,705 1,560 


1,161) 


1,685 


i,3ao 


1,686 


1,010 


717 


853 


725 


885 


806 


1,27a 


10. 


Institutional Pop. 
































30 


10 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


• 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


20 


U. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


149,965 5,720 


1),235 


6,260 


a, 880 


6,105 


3,535 


2,aao 


2,905 


3,130 


3,ia5 


2,760 


a, 850 


12. 


Item 11-Same residence in 


















• 












1950 as in 191)9* 


1j5,970 5,315 


3,980 


5,895 


a, 385 


5,a9o 


3,220 


2,3a5 


2,7ao 


2,8ao 


2,835 


2,6ao 


a,285 


13. 


25 yrs. or over-median 






























school yrs. completed* 


8.9 


10.5 


9.7 


9.0 


8.9 


8.9 


8.6 


8.3 


8.a 


10.2 


8.3 


8.6 


8.9 


la. 


Total No. of Families and 






























Unrelated individuals* 


lU,a6o 


1,515 


1,210 


1,800 


1,355 


1,850 


1,005 


710 


800 


815 


1,090 


895 


i,ai5 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


2,865 


180 


195 


290 


305 


360 


275 


190 


185 


130 


335 


160 


260 


16. 


From $1,500 to 32,999 


li,7liO 


335 


305 


a9o 


ao5 


715 


355 


210 


320 


3a5 


a2o 


350 


a9o 


17. 


From 13.000 to %h,h99 


3,895 


1)95 


370 


515 


390 


a7o 


255 


ia5 


180 


290 


215 


2ao 


330 


18. 


Incomes $li,500 and over 


2,515 


1)50 


310 


385 


230 


270 


105 


150 


85 


a5 


100 


130 


255 


19. 


Median Income dollars** 


2,811 3,516 


3,273 


3,150 


2,871 


2,695 


2,a8l 


2,a67 


2,500 


2,611 


2,307 


2,708 


2,813 




TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 




























NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


A-l 


A-2 


A-3 


A-a 


A-5 


A-6 


B-l 


B-2 


B-3 


B-a 


B-5A 


B-5B 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


5,172 


1)98 


383 


6aa 


505 


669 


265 


261 


290 


a28 


31a 


281 


53a 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


7,512 


693 


593 


1,030 


691 


885 


a9i 


360 


aai 


72a 


aa9 


385 


770 


3. 


Persons Ji(-19 yrs. old 


l.,531 


1)23 


375 


602 


a68 


535 


300 


22a 


276 


365 


298 


25a 


)m 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs old or over 


3,629 


1)52 


331) 


a29 


380 


a8i 


2a3 


185 


22a 


127 


257 


200 


317 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


33,106 a, 130 


2,929 


a,oa7 


3,2a6 


a,07a 


2,381 


i,6ai 


1,886 


1,623 


2,107 


1,870 


3,172 


6. 


Persons llj yrs. old or over 


38,1)68 lj,638 


3,371 


a, 765 


3,798 


a, 705 


2,7aa 


1,912 


2,203 


2,025 


2,a69 


2,l8a 


3,65a 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 






























Labor Force 


20,998 2,1)98 


1,916 


2,615 


2,038 


2,601 


1,530 


978 


1,15a 


998 


1,296 


1,262 


2,U2 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 






























month of April, 1950 


18,861 2,351 


1,767 


2,379 


l,8a5 


2,332 


1,366 


899 


1,009 


879 


1,112 


1,073 


i,8a9 


9. 


Professional, Technical, and 






























Kindred fforksrs 


899 


225 


127 


89 


79 


86 


55 


16 


23 


60 


3a 


a6 


59 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 






























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1,027 


220 


68 


129 


110 


102 


6a 


51 


59 


33 


a9 


37 


105 


11. 


Clerical and Kindred workers 


2,725 


1)61) 


371) 


370 


319 


303 


158 


108 


95 


111 


107 


U3 


203 


12. 


Sales Workers 


928 


153 


78 


99 


87 


115 


69 


36 


50 


aa 


58 


52 


87 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 






























Kindred Workers 


3,027 


la7 


282 


ao9 


307 


395 


206 


ia8 


151 


111! 


168 


165 


238 


la. 


Operatives & Kindred Workers 


6,71)9 


538 


1)97 


87a 


6oa 


852 


55a 


396 


a36 


293 


a6o 


a78 


767 


15. 


Private household workers 


1)7 


1) 


7 


7 


9 


5 


6 


_ 


1 


a 


_ 


1 


3 


16. 


Service workers (except 






























household ) 


1,61)6 


230 


187 


200 


179 


220 


105 


50 


87 


10a 


83 


5a 


ia7 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


1,737 
AREA 


91 


136 


19a 


ia6 


2a7 


137 


92 


105 


87 


150 


126 


226 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


A-l 


A-2 


A-3 


A-a 


A-5 


A-6 


B-l 


B-2 


B-3 


B-a 


B-5A 


B-5B 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


13,91)3 


1,573 1,181) 


1,711 


1,362 


1,689 


1,031 


758 


867 


7a6 


906 


805 


1,3U 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


13,688 


1,559 1,161) 


1,683 


i,3a5 


1,656 


1,01a 


716 


8a8 


727 


890 


800 


1,286 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


3,565 


628 


1)1)0 


a5a 


38a 


395 


235 


ia2 


17a 


57 


206 


96 


35a 


a. 


Single detached Units 






























(including Trailers) 


, 71)9 


215 


153 


109 


76 


76 


26 


18 


15 


3 


la 


5 


39 


5. 


Median value of singles.. dollars 


1^ 5,798 11,891 6,379 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 












6. 


Total Units in Five or more 






























unit structures 


1,638 


71 


25 


a6 


61 


9a 


18 


39 


89 


a3o 


30 


635 


100 


7. 


Total Units reporting 






























condition 


13,81)6 


1,570 


1,175 


1,703 


1,359 


1,677 


1,025 


7ao 


851 


7a3 


898 


801 


1,30a 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 






























no running water or dilapidated 


3,902 


1)8 


107 


199 


191 


135 


359 


282 


a92 


169 


a3i 


618 


571 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


12,650 


1,085 


1,180 


1,690 


1,300 


1,630 


965 


690 


795 


335 


890 


800 


1,290 


10. 


Units built 19hO or later* 


1)70 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ai5 


- 


- 


- 


11. 


Median persons per occupied 






























unitl 


3.5 


3.5 


3.5 


3.6 


3.5 


3. a 


3.3 


3.3 


3.2 


a.o 


3.3 


3.3 


3.a 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 






























per room or more 


2,250 


126 


136 


2a8 


19a 


28a 


170 


119 


ia7 


230 


152 


203 


2ai 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


5,1)55 


1,330 


725 


635 


690 


625 


220 


150 


210 


a55 


80 


70 


265 


111. 


All units reporting rents 






























(Both rented and rentable) 


9,936 


918 


696 


1,163 


951 


l,2a9 


770 


5ai 


668 


669 


683 


696 


932 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


2,279 


28 


56 


183 


lai 


262 


189 


166 


2a5 


85 


263 


353 


308 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


6,691) 


577 


58a 


922 


7a5 


88a 


57a 


359 


ao9 


273 


ao8 


3ao 


619 


17. 


From $1)0 to $59 


877 


285 


52 


50 


53 


91 


6 


9 


12 


302 


11 


1 


5 


18. 


Rentals S6o and over 


86 


26 


a 


8 


12 


12 


1 


7 


2 


9 


1 


2 




19. 


Median contract monthly 






























rent**l dollars 


28.03 


35.52 


28.80 


25.77 


26.5a 


25.31 


23. ai 


22.80 


22.06 


37.59 


21.69 


19. a2 


22.a9 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual census tracts computed from la class intervals for income j 8 class intervals for rent. 
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TABLE I - CHAEACIERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



AREA 
TOTAL 



Z-U 



Z-IB 



Z-IC 



Z-2 



CITY 
TOTAL 



1. Population - 1950 28,928 5,768 

2. Population - 191i0 25,192 5,087 

3. Percent of Change +lli.8 +13. Ii 
h. Male Population - 1950 llj,089 2,761 

5. Non-Wiite Population 53 5 

6. Foreign-Born White Pop. U,718 998 

7. No. of Married Couples* 6,525 1,380 

8. Couples with their own 

household* 5,900 1,260 

9. Households - Total Number l,hh9 l,5l6 

10. Institutional Population 89 - 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 28,115 5,6l5 

12. Item 11 - Same residence in 

1950 as in 191*9* 25,lj20 5,195 

13. 25 yrs, or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 11.3 11.8 
l!t. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 7,9li0 1,590 

15. No. Incomes under $1,500* l,0li0 180 

16. Frsm $1,500 to $2,999 1,760 350 

17. From $3,000 to S1j,1j99 2,61i5 5i5 

18. Incomes $li,500 and over 2,220 505 

19. Median Income ... dollars** 3,586 3,530 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- AREA 

NOMIC CHAPACEFISTICS TOTAL Z-IA 



6,lil9 
6,U*6 
-0.1) 
3,110 
9 
1,097 
1,335 

1,190 

1,673 

33 

6,255 

5,775 

10.5 

1,910 
325 
li70 
565 
U80 

3,260 



Z-IB 



7,082 
5,7U 
+23.14 
3,li89 
27 
973 
1,550 

1,365 
1,770 

6,805 

5,730 

12.0 

1,765 

210 

375 

6I4O 

tt85 

3,lj22 

Z-IC 



9,659 
7,916 
+22.0 
lj,729 
12 

1,650 

2,260 

2,085 

2,1j90 

56 

9,hhO 

8,720 
11.1 

2,675 
325 
565 
925 
750 

3,U62 

Z-2 



80l,Uilt 

770,816 

+I1.0 

388,180 

i<2,7iat 

1U4,092 
I6l,51j0 

1U7,600 

219,398 

10,361 

787,250 

679,695 

11.0 

289,61jO 
73,965 
76,165 
61,120 
50,835 
2,61,3 

CITI 

TOTAL 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 3,270 577 570 985 1,138 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 1»,171 778 907 1,018 l,li66 

3. Persons II4-I9 yrs. old 2,395 U68 590 570 767 
h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 2,335 li9li 61j3 5oO 698 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 18,681 3,862 l,,2tt9 l4,li06 6,l61i 

6. Persons lli yrs. old or over 21,h87 a,ljl3 1,9^2 5,079 7,053 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 11,559 2,U01 2,685 2,6l5 3,858 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 10,886 2,277 2,521, 2,1,51, 3,631 

9. Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 983 l82 233 258 310 

10. Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 71,3 11,7 11,8 176 272 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 2,391, 552 577 522 71,3 

12. Sales Workers 767 195 l52 170 250 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 2,11,2 1»55 1,82 1,68 737 

ll,. Operatives and kindred workers 2,297 1,25 578 1,85 809 

15. Private household workers 63 11 19 12 21 

16. Service workers (except 

household) 920 220 216 171, 310 

17. Laborers 550 83 117 178 172 

TABLE III - CHAEACTERIS- AREA 

TICS OF DWELLING UNITS TOTAL Z-U Z-13 Z-IC Z-2 



71,038 
97,182 
63,772 
77,631, 
556,oao 
633,221, 

336,692 

311,816 

32,1,61 

23,901 
60,533 
26,051 

1,2,100 

61,170 

5,065 

39,930 
17,881 

CITY 
TOTAL 



1. Total Dwelling Units 7,570 1,531 1,695 

2. Total Occupied Units 7,1,53 1,517 1,679 

3. Owner-occupied Units 3,960 979 775 
1,. Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 2,627 692 1,01 

5. Median value of Singles, .dollarsl 9,303 9,1,35 9,339 

6. Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 335 Ul 98 

7. Total Units reporting condition 7,502 1,521, 1,671 
6. Units with no private bath or no 

running water or dilapidated 537 33 196 

9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 1,,710 735 1,390 

10. Units built 191,0 or later* 1,020 l50 75 

11. Median persons per occupied unitl 3.6 3.', 3.5 

12. Units reporting 1,01 persons 

per room or more 811 138 I86 

13. Units reporting central heatf* 6,590 1,1,35 1,320 
11,. All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 3,1,1,6 527 891 

15. No. rentals under 820 208 10 97 

16. From $20 to 839 2,028 331, 576 

17. From $1,0 to $59 1,030 158 I80 

18. Rentals $60 and over I80 25 38 

19. Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**^ 3l,.9l, 36.29 33.02 



1,818 

1,770 

863 

621, 
9,068 

36 

1,799 

113 

1,275 

350 

3.7 

202 
1,575 



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107 
331 

80 

37.71 



2,526 

2,1,87 
1,31,3 

910 
9,151 

160 
2,508 

195 

1,310 

hhS 

3.6 

265 

2,260 

l,ll»0 

61 

681 

361 

37 

35.25 



222,079 

218,103 

51,, 266 

23,1,78 
9,1,72 

68,961, 
217,521, 

33,51*8 

167,205 

11,085 

3.1 

27,261 
157,1,85 

159,71,2 
17,032 
78,718 
1,6,951 

17, Ola 

35.1,0 



statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
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TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



AREA 



7-3 



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V-1<B 



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W-2 



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TOTAL 



1. Population - 1950 

2. Population - I9I1O 

3. Percent of Change 

h. tele Population - 1950 

5. Non-TOiite Population 

6. Foreign-Bom White Pop, 

7. No. of Married Couples* 

8. Couples with their own 
household * 

9. Households - Total Number 

10. Institutional Population 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 
in 1950 as in 19lt9* 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
school yrs. completed* 

111. Total No. of Families and 
unrelated individuals* 

15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 

16. From $1,500 to $2,999 

17. From $3,000 to $li,ij99 
16. Incomes $Ji,500 and over 

19. Median Income dollars* 

IABI£ II - AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



38,303 

37,291* 

+2.7 

17,755 

81 

6,71*9 

7,980 

7,355 

10,1*26 

671* 

37,620 

33,765 

11.7 

11,785 
1,81,5 
2,905 
2,790 
2,975 
3,273 



AREA 



3,799 

3,899 

-2.6 

1,807 

1 

665 

725 

61*5 
1,059 

3,695 

3,375 

9.9 

1,025 
170 
290 

320 

165 

3,01*8 

V-3 



2,091 

'lilt 

9^9 

7 

371* 
1*80 

1*65 
61*7 

2,080 

2,015 

12.1 

670 
80 
185 
105 
105 
2,863 

V-1*A 



3,825 

3,726 

+2.7 

1,803 

2 

688 

81.5 

750 
1,076 

3,7U0 

3,1.60 

12.0 

1,185 
160 
285 
360 
360 

3,1*58 

V-1.B 



8,901* 
8,233 
+8.2 
1*,035 
29 
1,531. 
1,675 

1,560 

2,387 

1*35 

8,755 

7,680 

12.1 

2,815 
1*55 
815 
665 
715 

3,087 



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7,366 
7,U68 
-1.1: 
3,508 
31 
1,1.77 
1,670 

1,51.5 

1,961 

115 

7,185 

6,1*20 

10.6 

2,220 

300 

620 

565 
535 

3,158 

T-6 



6,855 
6,811, 
+0.6 
3,007 
3 
1,058 
1,380 

1,21*5 

1,832 

113 

6,755 



5,1*63 
l.,879 
+12.0 
2,61.6 
8 
953 
1,205 

1,11*5 

1,1.61, 

11 

5,iao 



6,135 lj,68o 



12.2 

2,265 
1*75 
375 

1*00 

700 

3,391 



W-IA 



10.7 

1,605 
205 

335 

375 

395 

3,1*11 



W-2 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 

3. Persons 11.-19 yrs. old 

1*. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 

5. Persons 21 yrs, old or over 

6. Persons ll. yrs. old or over 

7. No, of Item 6 in Civilian 
Labor Force 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in 
month of April, 1950 

9. Professional, Technical, 
and kindred workers 

10. Managers, Officials, and 
Proprietors (inc. Fjirms) 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 

12. Sales Workers 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
kindred workers 

11*, Operatives and kindred workers 

15. Private household workers 

16. Service workers (except 
household) 

17. Laborers 

TABLE ni - CHARACIERIS- 
TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 



3,1.73 
5,030 
3,156 
i*,n5 
26,068 
29,800 


U32 
551 
357 
269 
2,396 
2,816 


152 
21*0 
128 
21,2 
1,51*6 
1,699 


351 
U78 
2L5 
390 
2,696 
2,996 


71*1 
1,106 

713 
1,312 
6,225 
7,057 


700 
992 
615 
727 
l*,9U* 
5,671. 


513 
812 
596 
81*5 
l.,822 
5,530 


581, 
851 
502 
330 
3,1.37 
1,,028 


16,030 


1,586 


891* 


1,730 


3,62U 


3,119 


2,915 


2,162 


15,082 


1,1*51 


856 


1,630 


3,371 


2,871 


2,828 


2,075 


1,807 


59 


137 


158 


1,86 


211 


653 


103 


1,071* 
3,365 
1,112 


56 
293 

81. 


81. 

212 

72 


105 

1*33 
107 


238 
727 
283 


169 

581* 
195 


321* 
669 
223 


98 

1*1*7 
11*8 


2,266 

2,816 

195 


231. 

lai 

18 


126 

100 

6 


279 

278 

11 


1*75 
586 

1*5 


1,90 

685 

38 


295 

276 

62 


367 

U80 

15 


1,601* 

755 


166 
119 


76 
35 


182 
70 


352 

155 


326 
165 


233 
77 


269 
13U 



AREA 



V-3 



V-1*A 



V-ltB 



V-5 



V-6 



W-IA 



W-2 



801, UJ, 

770,816 

+U.0 

388,180 

1*2,71*1* 
ll*l,,092 
161,51,0 

11*7,600 

219,398 

10,381 

787,250 

679,695 

11.0 

289,61,0 
73,965 
76,165 
61,120 
50,835 
2,61,3 



CITI 



71,038 
97,182 
63,772 
77,631* 
556,01*0 

633,221* 

336,692 

311,816 

32,1*61 

23,901 

60,533 
26,051 

1*2,100 

61,170 

5,065 

39,930 
17,881 

CITT 



1, 
2. 
3. 

1*. 

5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 

9. 
10. 
U. 
12. 

13. 
11*. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19, 



Total Dwelling Units 
Total Occupied Units 
Owner-occupied Units 
Single detached Units 
(including Trailers) 
Median value of Single s.,dollarBl 
Total Units in Five or 
more unit structures 
Total Units reporting condition 
Units with no private bath or 
no running water or dilapidated 
Units built 1919 or earlier* 
Units built 191,0 or later* 
Median persons per occupied unitl 
Knits reporting 1.01 persons 
per room or more 
Units reporting central heat* 
All units reporting rents 
(Both rented and rentable) 
No. rentals under $20 
From $20 to $39 
From $1,0 to $59 
Rentals $60 and over 
Median contract monthly- 
rent dollars**! 



10,527 

10,385 

3,085 


1,073 

1,056 

212 


657 

61,6 
lie 


1,085 

1,073 

312 


2,a7 

2,383 
738 


1,985 

1,91.8 

1*69 


1,829 

1,806 

690 


1,1*81 

1,1*73 

291 


1,382 
11,611 


1*1. 


32 


77 


352 

8,511 


178 
7,923 


601 
16,705 


98 


1,807 
10,1.06 


105 
1,063 


171 
61.8 


XiO 
1,069 


529 
2,353 


299 

1,977 


195 

1,818 


378 
1,1*78 


61,0 

8,075 

21,5 

3,2 


185 
1,055 

3.3 


12 
315 

2.9 


1*2 

835 

3.2 


151* 

1,925 

5 

3.1 


119 

1,715 

3.3 


35 

1,115 

120 

3.3 


93 

1,115 

120 

3.5 


1,113 

7,780 


11*8 
1.35 


1*5 
515 


111. 
905 


228 

1,905 


2^5 
1,280 


116 
1,630 


217 
1,110 


7,166 

359 

l.,213 

1,805 

789 


837 
113 
616 
103 
5 


1.92 

1 

206 

190 

95 


709 

13 

1*25 

239 

32 


1,602 

39 

781 

1*59 

323 


1,1*56 
98 

1,021 

290 

1*7 


891* 
10 
361 
361 
162 


1,176 

85 

803 

163 

125 



35.31 27.23 1.2.86 36.63 39.01* 31.00 1*3.07 33.1*3 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual census tracts computed from 11* class intervals for income; 8 cIbsb intervals for rent. 
, Tfedlan not shown whore base is lass than 100. 



222,079 

218,103 

5U,266 

23,a78 
9,1,72 

68,961. 
217,521. 

33,51*8 

167,205 

11,085 

3.1 

27,261 
157,1*85 

159,71*2 
17,032 
78,718 
a6,95l 
17,0la 

35.1.0 



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BOSTON - ROSLINDALE 



TABLE I - CHAPACffiRISTICS 


AREA 














OF THE POPUUTION 


TOTAL 


W-IE 


W-3A 


W-3B 


w-aA 


w-aB 


w-5 


1. Population - 1950 


39'T8l 


i'^^J 


9,812 


1,1.69 


2,a25 


7,606 


9,312 


2. Population - 19ltO 


38,278 


8,235 


9,219 


1,501 


2,011 


7,950 


9,362 


3. Percent of Change 


+3.9 


♦ 11.2 


+6.1* 


-2.1 


+20.6 


-a.3 


-0,5 


h. Male Population - 1950 


18,668 


l4,2^5 


l.,l*67 


710 


1,155 


3,656 


a,a35 


5. Non-White Population 


150 


9 


133 


1 


5 


1 


1 


6. Foreign-Eom Tfiiite Pop. 


7,082 


1,225 


2,131 


271. 


a39 


1,367 


i,6a6 


7. No, of Married Couples* 


8,235 


2,065 


1,1*00 


310 


520 


l,7ao 


2,200 


8. Couples with their own 
















household* 


7,560 


1,885 


1,300 


290 


a95 


1,600 


1,990 


9. Households - Total Number 


9,960 


2,580 


1,687 


1.20 


656 


2,079 


2,558 


10. Institutional Population 


3,1*73 


- 


3,1*73 


- 


- 






11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


39,120 


8,910 


9,835 


1,1.75 


2,ao5 


7,a25 


9,070 


12. Item 11 - Same residence in 
















1950 as in 19lj9* 


32,695 


8,100 


5,91*0 


1,325 


2,2ao 


6,785 


8,305 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
















school yrs. completed* 
Ih. Total No. of Families and 


12,1 


12.3 


11.9 


9.8 


11.5 


12.0 


12,0 


(10,701^ 
^ i;535 














unrelated individuals* 


2,710 


1,930 


1.25 


7a5 


2,225 


2,670 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


395 


300 


100 


85 


290 


365 


16, From 81,500 to S2,999 


2,080 


385 


lao 


120 


175 


aa5 


5a5 


17. From 53,000 to $h,l99 


3,275 


705 


625 


135 


230 


750 


830 


13. Incomes Sl),500 and over 


3,185 


985 


1.75 


65 


185 


685 


790 


19. Median Income dollars** 


3,652 


3,511* 


3,368 


- 


3,298 


3,56a 


3,520 


TkB1£ II - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 














NOraC CHARACIEPISTICS 


TOTAL 


W-IB 


W-3A 


W-3B 


W-aA 


W-aB 


w-5 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,190 


756 


617 


128 


202 


658 


829 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


li,51i3 


1,099 


853 


187 


373 


977 


1,05a 


3. Persons llj-19 yrs. old 


2,962 


690 


557 


125 


23a 


6aa 


712 


h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


li,5oi 


1,055 


1,1*1*9 


117 


181 


698 


1,001 


5, Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


28,528 


6,1*85 


7,675 


1,009 


1,575 


5,196 


6,588 


6, Persons Hi yrs. old or over 


32,oa8 


7,302 


8,31*2 


1,151. 


1,850 


5,971 


7,a29 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
















Labor Force 


I5,31i0 


3,788 


2,7ia 


639 


1,027 


3,260 


3,912 


8. No. of Item 7 employed in 
















month of April, 1950 


11^,591 


3,668 


2,581 


592 


961 


3,069 


3,720 


9. Professional, Technical and 
















kindred workers 


1,761 


579 


289 


57 


92 


337 


ao7 


10. Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


i,2ta 


1*25 


11,6 


1.5 


55 


209 


361 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


3,692 


1,021, 


621, 


137 


205 


733 


969 


12. Sales Workers 


1,178 


351 


182 


32 


6a 


2ao 


309 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
















kindred workers 


2,la58 


511 


1*51* 


96 


16a 


571 


662 


111. Operatives and kindred workers 


Z.lHj 


378 


397 


121. 


209 


a89 


517 


15. Rrivate household workers 


115 


36 


18 


2 


3 


27 


29 


16, Service workers (except 
















household) 


1,1.72 


290 


331* 


61* 


lU 


32a 


3U9 


17, Laborers 


507 


56 


121. 


33 


57 


130 


107 


TABLE III - CHAPJICTEHIS- 


AREA 














TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


W-IB 


W-3A 


W-3B 


W-aA 


W-aB 


W-5 


1, Total Dwelling Units 


10,OljO 


2,587 


1,701* 


1*25 


66a 


2,080 


2,580 


2, Total Occupied Units 


9,933 


2,552 


1,686 


ia7 


657 


2,063 


2,558 


3, Owner-occupied Units 


5,222 


1,553 


578 


205 


369 


1,099 


l,ai8 


h. Single detached Units 
















(including Trailers) 


3,125 


1,062 


199 


122 


23a 


656 


852 


5. Median value of Singles.. dollars^ 


10,891* 


12,501 


11,523 


- 


10,122 


9,a2a 


10,163 


6. Total Units in Five or more 
















unit structures 


525 


80 ■ 


229 


28 


2a 


90 


7a 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


9,930 


2,551 


1,672 


1.19 


656 


2,068 


2,56a 


6. Units with no private bath or no 
















running water or dilapidated 


209 


37 


1*3 


2a 


26 


51 


28 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


5,830 


1.285 


1,255 


255 


290 


1,105 


i,6ao 


10. Units built 19ljO or later* 


225 


11*5 


5 




16 


15 


15 


11. Median persons per occupied unit^ 


3.1i 


3.3 


3.1* 


3.3 


3.5 


3.5 


3,3 


12, Units reporting 1.01 persons 
















per room or more 


676 


111 


171 


3a 


56 


ia7 


157 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


9,1*95 


2,535 


1,560 


3a5 


575 


1,980 


2,500 


lit. All units reporting rents 
















(Both rented and rentable) 


l*,58l 


956 


1,076 


209 


279 


9a3 


1,118 


15, No. rentals under $20 


U* 


6 


12 


10 


6 


5 


5 


16. From $20 to 839 


2,573 


337 


762 


las 


193 


581 


552 


17. From 810 to $59 


1,711 


503 


283 


a6 


72 


301 


506 


18. Rentals 860 and over 


253 


110 


19 


5 


8 


56 


55 


19, Median contract monthly 
















rent dollars**! 


37.1*6 


1*3.32 


35.57 


33.98 


3a. 70 


37,20 


39,55 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500, 
**Medians for individual census tracts computed from la class intervals for income j 6 class intervals for rent. 
Median not shown where base Is less than 100. 



BOSTON - ROXBtffiY 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



AREA 
TOTAL 



Q-2 Q-3 



Q-i, 



R-l 



R-2 



R-3 



S-2 



S-3 



S-ii s-g 



7,905 
6,257 
+26.3 
3,577 
7,252 
9h 



14,583 
li,057 
+13.0 
2,306 
2,260 
309 



22,130 320 900 990 7li5 1,360 700 



1. Population - 1950 112,936 1,561 li,836 5,687 3,708 

2. Population - 19I4O 107,002 1,767 li,7li7 li,6ll 3,775 

3. Percent of change +5.5 -11. 7 +2.9 +23.3 -1.8 
h. Male Population - 1950 52,829 753 2,^17 2,767 1,720 

5. Non-White Population 2S,hhS 38 793 755 52 

6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 17,223 210 5ii2 770 657 

7. No. of Married Couples*' 

8. Couples with their own 
household* 20,285 305 

9. Households - Total Number 30,889 hh9 

10. Institutional Popiilation 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 
in 1950 as in 19li9* 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
school yrs. completed* 

111, Total No. of Families and 

unrelated indiTiduals* 36,855 lj70 

No. Incomes under Sl,500* 9,375 130 

From Si, 500 to $2,999 10,560 I80 

From S3, 000 to Sh,li99 6,710 95 

Incomes $lj,500 and over ,^ l4,880 55 

Median Income dollars^'^' 2,l407 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- AREA 
NOiaC CHARACTERISTICS TOTAL g-l Q-2 O-3 Q-^ R_i r_2 



3,968 


5,351* 


3,635 


1,191 


+9.2 


+31*9.5 


1,883 


2,ii53 


2,291 


61* 


295 


627 


675 


9U5 



1,537 

110,830 1,555 

97,705 l,li2o 

9.1; 8.8 



855 905 

1,371 1,328 

h 

a, 825 5,595 

h,ai5 l*,9l)5 

8.7 9.7 

1,560 1,760 

505 a30 

500 1*65 

195 325 

105 185 

1,992 2,1,93 



700 1,260 605 

91*8 2,558 1,178 

161) - 11, 

3,620 7,695 l*,a70 

2,995 6,735 3,795 

9.5 8.7 10.0 

1,230 2,975 1,630 

255 1,095 1*20 

380 780 1*85 

235 210 135 

195 110 105 

2,658 1,508 2,090 



635 
1,278 



3,785 

3,320 

8.9 

1,325 

515 

1*20 

185 

90 

1,781 



R-3 



930 
1,313 



5,11*0 

t*,765 

10.2 

1,1*30 

31*5 

555 

260 

95 

2,372 

S-2 



5,216 

5,1*1*8 
-1,.3 

2,1*79 
1*1*7 
978 

1,150 

1,070 
1,U85 

77 
5,085 

a,355 

9.6 

1,770 
380 
1.75 
21*5 
290 

2,a89 



S-3 



1*,266 

a, 1*90 

-5.0 

1,729 

158 

730 

765 

730 
1,030 

313 
1*,225 

3,780 

11.2 



6,591 


1*,372 


7,1*11* 


1*,939 


-11.1 


-11.5 


2,725 


1,987 


51* 


35 


1,256 


957 


1,050 


885 



975 
1,795 

1*03 
6,625 

5,700 

11.3 



1,515 


2,575 


a55 


735 


370 


650 


230 


1*30 


185 


360 


2,375 


2,la2 



775 
1,206 



l*,3l*0 

3,765 

10. U 

1,51*0 
1*30 
385 
310 
200 

2,1*05 



s-1* s-5 



s-6 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 11,01*0 151, 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 16,1,66 300 

3. Persons ll*-19 yrs old 10,01,3 172 
1,. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 10,201, 89 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 73,655 913 

6. Persons ll, yrs. old or over 85,1,30 1,107 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
Labor Force 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in 
month of April, 1950 

9» Professional, Technical, 
and kindred workers 

10. Managers, Officials, and 
Proprietors (inc. Farms) 2,525 16 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 6,563 5l 

12. Sales Workers 2,952 22 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 5,171 8I 

11*. Operatives and kindred workers 9,535 196 

L5. Private household workers 1,31,0 6 

L6. Service workers (except 

household) 6,361 73 

L7. Laborers 3,077 67 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- AREA 
TICS OF DWELLING UMITS TOTAL Q-1 



565 
981 
515 

351 

2,753 

3,31*0 



661 
993 
555 
1*63 
3,1,02 
1*,033 



397 
517 
338 
1*31 
2,393 
2,791* 



930 

1,216 

560 

658 

5,109 

5,759 



352 

656 

1*89 

377 

3,003 

3,575 



l*lj,9l*3 603 1,61*5 2,065 1,1,1a 2,953 l,78o 

1*1,21,6 530 1,1*08 1,860 1,279 2,700 1,635 

3,236 11 32 99 57 58 106 



33 

162 

59 

165 

a85 

1,9 

21,6 
163 



Q-2 



71* 
288 
111* 

281 

502 

36 

283 
158 



60 

211* 

71, 

186 

360 

16 

189 
117 



65 

135 

1.8 



39 

131* 
85 



186 181* 
666 1*1,2 
358 120 



0-3 Q-li 



627 

520 



R-1 



339 
167 



R-2 



387 
565 
358 
372 
2,611 
3,016 

1,61,8 

1,1*95 

59 

1*2 

128 

1*0 

163 

1*70 

mi 

296 
11*1, 



R-3 



631* 

1,267 

61*3 

318 

2,736 

3,1*53 

1,599 

1,1*1*7 

100 

1*2 

316 

89 

17U 

311 

17 

276 

108 

S-2 



552 
731* 
1*71 
1,86 
3,381 
3,930 

2,161 

1,936 

103 

68 

325 

75 

303 

531* 
35 

270 
169 

S-3 



358 
521 
1*22 
570 
2,862 
3,387 

1,787 

1,667 

225 

111 
295 
107 

180 

292 

35 

289 
123 



1*39 
687 
587 
688 
1*,71*6 
5,1*65 

3,202 

3,027 

607 

11*2 
650 
186 

317 

1*07 

21 

561* 
98 



S-1* S-5 



361 
51*0 
380 
516 
3,032 
3,1*71 

1,829 

1,722 

132 

66 
1*66 
103 

209 

287 

18 

301 
119 

S-6 



Total Dwelling Units 

Total Occupied Units 

O?mer-occupied Units 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 

Median value of Singles.. .dollars 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 

Total Units reporting 

condition 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 

Units built 191,0 or later* 

Median persons per occupied unit^ 

Units reporting 1,01 persons 

per room or more 

Units reporting central heat* 

All units reporting rents 

(Poth rented and rentable) 

No. rentals under $20 

From $20 to $39 

From $1,0 to $59 

fiertals $60 and over 

Median contract monthly 

rent**l dollars 



31,208 

30,683 

1*,1*21, 

, l,lil9 
■^ 6,123 

10,292 

30,51*8 

5,639 

23,180 

3,570 

3.2 

1*,721, 
19,010 

25,606 
3,197 

13,790 
7,117 
1,502 



1*57 1,381, 1,357 

1*1*9 1,359 1,333 

66 102 166 



951* 2,608 1,178 
931 2,557 1,165 
173 171* 123 



1,306 1,321* 1,510 1,032 

1,261* 1,308 1,1*71* 1,011* 

61 37 285 157 



1,783 1,203 

l,77li 1,188 

257 236 



33 



13 



123 1*96 
i*50 1,362 



121, 
1,60 

3.1 

82 
70 



1*29 
980 
330 
3.2 

298 
1*25 



382 1,211* 

156 1*29 

221 1,97 

3 278 

2 10 



63 

591 

1,321* 

163 
81,0 
1*05 
3.5 

287 
1,080 

1,136 

68 

1.95 

539 

31* 



71 



188 
938 

229 

730 

3.3 

168 
1*35 

755 
127 
501 
115 
12 



26 

791, 
2,51*3 

1,091 

2,135 

380 

2.6 

ia9 

815 

2,332 

576 

1,1,88 

261 

7 



71 

289 

1,122 

1*50 
1,115 

3.1 

189 
560 

981, 

205 

71*3 

33 

3 



27 

281 
1,26U 

528 
1,265 

2.6 

168 
220 

1,180 

391 

758 

28 

3 



22 

1,102 

1,313 

108 

315 

1,020 

3.6 

381 
1,030 

1,267 

128 
1*1*9 
682 



80 

111, 

1,1*53 

276 

1,60 

1,000 

3.0 

221, 
600 

1,160 

260 

753 

129 

18 



20 

296 

1,009 

1*7 
625 

3.1 

125 
530 

81*2 

32 

507 

207 

96 



1*0 

736 

1,71,8 

180 
1,U95 



1*0 

151 
1,155 

262 

1,035 



?.8 3.2 



173 
1,505 

1,1.61. 

18 

61.9 

671 

126 



33.93 21.33 21*,22 39.63 26.68 21*.59 21*.76 22.79 1*0.61 25.1,9 31.63 UO.82 



156 
515 

906 
152 
618 
111 
25 

27.1*0 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shewn where base is less than 
Median for individual census tracts computed from ll* class intervals for income; 
Median not shown where base ia less than 100. 



500. 

8 class intervals for rent. 



BOSTON - ROXBURY 



TABLE I - continued 



U-1 



U-2 



(continued) 

U-3 u-i u-g 



U-6A U-6B 



-V=L. 



V-2 



CITY 
TOTAL 



9, 
10. 

11. 
12. 

13. 

111. 

15. 
16. 
17. 

18. 
19. 



9. 

10. 

11. 
12. 
13. 

la. 
15. 
16. 

17. 



9. 
10. 
11. 

12. 

13. 
lU. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



Population - 1950 6,256 5,.'4l2 

Population - 19lj0 6,357 5,939 

Percent of Change -1.6 -8.9 

Male Population - 1950 3,008 2,526 

Non-White Population 95U 2,007 

Foreign-Eorn White Pop, 1,062 67I4 

No. of Married Couples 1,305 965 
Couples with their own 

household* 1,175 855 

Households - Total Number 1,716 l,5ll4 
Institutional Population 

71 20 

Persons 1 yr. old or over* 6,210 5,305 
Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 191(9 5,335 li,525 
25 yrs or over - median 

school yrs. completed 10. U 10.6 
Total No. of Families and 

unrelated Individuals'* 1,935 1,725 

No. Incomes under $1,500 WiO I18O 

From Sl,500 to $2,999 580 5l5 

From $3,000 to ^h,U99 ^55 395 

Incomes Sli,500 and over 3ljO 2li0 

Median Income... dollars** 2,726 2,ij85 

TABLE II - continued U-l U-2 



l4,95l 6,927 8,661 5,606 6,826 

l4,705 6,580 8,860 5,21(9 7,21(8 

+5.2 +5.3 -2.2 +6.8 -5.8 

2,1(07 3,283 l(,0l(5 2,675 3,271( 

1(20 1,188 l(,8i(6 1,381 121( 

737 1,01(7 1,219 1,21(8 2,061( 

970 1,320 2,005 1,385 1,670 

890 1,11(0 1,785 1,265 1,520 

1,1(1(6 1,613 2,351 1,1(66 2,105 

6 235 63 7h 

1(,870 6,725 8,a50 5,615 6,715 

l(,ll(5 5,870 7,585 5,200 6,120 

9.9 10.1 11.2 11.6 12.1 

1,600 1,950 2,785 1,9U5 2,055 

385 360 590 385 31(0 

1(65 665 870 500 350 

325 235 680 515 610 

220 255 1(^0 320 630 

2,U72 2,1(29 2,691 2,936 3,1(37 

U-3 n-u U-g n-6A U-6B 



l(,68l 

a, 569 

+2.5 

2,191 

202 

9^9 

950 

890 
1,367 

93 
1(,610 

a, 075 
10.8 

1,51(0 
325 
1(75 
285 
270 

2,61(0 

V-1 



5,519 

5,16U 

+6.9 

2,621, 

loa 
798 

1,075 

1,020 
1,372 



5,370 

1(,860 

10.7 

1,51(0 
375 
1(95 
355 
190 

2,51(9 
v-2 



801,1,1(14 

770,816 
+1(.0 
388,180 
1(2,71(1, 
ll(l(,092 
161,51,0 

11(7,600 
219,398 

10,381 
787,250 

679,695 

11.0 

289,61,0 
73,965 
76,165 
61,120 
50,835 
2,61(3 

TOTAL 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 6OO 530 

Persons g-13 yrs. old 800 719 

Persons ll(-19 yrs. old 1(98 525 

Persons 6g yrs. old or over 636 508 

Persons 21 urs. old or over 1(,257 3,51(8 

Persons H( yrs old or over 1(,856 li,l63 

No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 2,682 2,228 

No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 2,393 2,026 

Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 170 133 

Managers, Officials and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) II8 67 

Clerical and kindred workers 1(17 321( 

Sales Workers I6I 111 

Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 367 273 

Operatives & kindred workers 60I l(9l( 

Private household workers 1(1 101 

Service workers (except 

household) 329 353 

Laborers 161, 118 



TABLE III - continued 0-1 U-2 



1(77 71I4 862 

673 1,151( 1,060 

l(Ol( 707 661 

1(53 576 712 

3,311( 1(,2I,5 5,918 

3,801 5,059 6,739 

2,11,0 2,51(8 3,661( 

1,928 2,311( 3,398 

112 139 267 



80 
336 
119 

306 

505 

31 

263 

11(9 



U-3 



102 
390 
125 

362 

585 

51. 

31(8 
178 



253 
a78 
311( 

359 
812 
II49 

556 
185 



1(77 
60l( 
a26 
583 

a,oi8 

1(,525 

2,313 

2,179 

202 

21(7 
378 
282 

299 
387 

55 

221, 
82 



507 
817 
1,29 
61,3 
5,01i, 
5,502 

2,780 

2,686 

373 

686 
1,09 
551 

220 

296 

23 

81 
26 



U-l, U-5 U-6A U-6B 



1(11 
568 
368 
1(51 
3,261 
3,702 

1,968 

1,81,7 

11(7 

11(2 
309 
175 

277 

1(51 

22 

229 
86 

V-1 



672 

1,091, 

535 

323 

3,139 

3,753 

1,907 

1,769 

lOU 

72 
356 
112 

279 

1(52 

12 

225 
136 

V-2 



71,038 
97,182 
63,772 
77,631, 
556,01(0 
633,221, 

336,692 

311,816 

32,1(61 

23,901 
60,533 
26,051 

1(2,100 

61,170 

5,065 

39,930 
17,881 

CITT 

TOTAL 



Total Dwelling Units 1,733 1,551 1,1(80 

Total Occupied Units 1,701 1,530 1,1(1(2 

Owner Occupied Units 3U9 302 2g9 

Single detached Units 

(including trailers) I83 119 

Median value of singles .. dollars'- - 5,863 

Total Units in Five or more 

unit structures 

Total Units reporting 

condition 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 

Units built 191(0 or later* 

Median persons per occupied 

unitl 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

per room or more 

Units reporting central heat* 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 1,277 1,189 1,167 

No. rentals under $20 28 61, 128 

From $20 to $39 825 81I, 821 

From $1,0 to $5? '. 369 273 177 

Rentals $60 and over 55 38 1,1 



1,22 

1,700 

263 

l,U35 
5 

3.1 

21(1 
1,350 



125 



305 299 

1,532 1,1(50 

23l( 367 

1,310 l,!(l40 



3.0 

208 
1,055 



3.0 

200 
675 



1,61,1 

1,613 

31(2 

102 



215 
1,621 

318 
1,51(0 

3.6 

311( 
1,01(5 

1,250 

122 

921 

186 

21 



Median contract monthl; 
rent dollars 



2,335 
2,309 

60 



871 
2,295 

221 

1,830 

3.3 

275 
1,895 

1,911 
31 

1,01(9 
702 
129 



1,1(72 

l,a62 

335 

87 



501 
l,a5l 

27 

1,225 
5 



2,105 
2,075 

206 
35 



1,51(3 

2,057 

20 
1,010 

5 



3.3 3.2 



132 
1,31(5 

1,109 

16 

380 

591 

122 



196 
2,01,5 

1,826 
2 

106 
1,025 

693 



1,1(01 

1,371( 

170 

66 



51(1 
1,389 

131 

1,060 

3.1 

172 
935 

1,192 

112 

61,0 

386 

51( 



1,391, 

1,361 

280 

136 
7,510 

1(31( 

1,372 

171 
875 
1(20 

3.7 

316 



1,063 

152 

555 

351 

5 



:Li 



33.86 30.05 28.21 27.90 37.60 Ua.32 55.73 32.57 31.63 



222,079 

218,103 

51(,266 

23,U79 

9,1(72 

68,961( 

217,521( 

33,51(8 

167,205 

11,085 

3.1 

27.261 

157,1,85 

159,71(2 
17,032 
78,718 
1(6,951 
17,01(1 

35. ao 



*Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
Medians for individual census tracts computed from lU class intervals for income; 8 class intervals for rent. 
"Tledian not shown where base is less than 100. 



BOSTON - sonra boston 



TABLE I - CHAEACTEMSTICS 


AREA 


















OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


M-1 


H-2 


M-3 


M-a 


N-l 


N-2 


11-3 


N-a 


1. Population - 1950 


55,670 


2,131 


2,978 


a,i23 


i,a57 


6,865 


5,113 


3,32a 


5,521 


2. Population - 19ljO 


Sl.,361i 


2,529 


3,586 


2,656 


i,9ao 


7,226 


a,8a6 


3,619 


5,695 


3. Percent of Change 


+2.1i 


-15.7 


-17.0 


-55.2 


-2a.9 


-5.0 


♦5.5 


-8.2 


-3.1 


I4. Male Population - 1950 


27,52a 


1,06a 


l,a63 


2,058 


731 


3,5aa 


2,565 


1,618 


2,708 


5. Non-White Population 


61* 


- 


2 


1 


- 


22 


23 


1 


2 


6. Foreign-Bom TJhite Pop. 


8,580 


a58 


529 


101 


31a 


1,173 


787 


553 


919 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


10,925 


a3o 


520 


905 


230 


1,220 


955 


730 


1,175 


8. Couples with their own 




















household* 


10,360 


a2o 


a95 


900 


225 


1,150 


905 


705 


1,070 


9. Households - Total Number 


ll),908 


6ai 


8a6 


971 


ao2 


1,610 


l,3a7 


9a7 


1,529 


10. Institutional Population 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


5U,370 


2,115 


2,950 


3,8ao 


i,a35 


6,6a5 


a,9i5 


3,310 


5, aoo 


12. Item 11 - Same residence 




















iji 1950 as in 19I49* 


Il5,020 


1,850 


2,660 


25 


1,200 


5,790 


a, 005 


3,025 


a,955 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 




















school yrs. completed* 


10.7 


8.8 


8.7 


12.3 


8.3 


9.2 


10.5 


n.a 


10.1 


llu Total No. of Families and 




















unrelated individuals* 


17,280 


700 


970 


955 


565 


2,350 


1,650 


1,150 


1,765 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


3,700 


160 


300 


110 


220 


550 


280 


2a5 


3ao 


16. From Sl,500 to $2,999 


5,270 


225 


300 


aoo 


160 


715 


350 


210 


515 


17. From $3,000 to $h,h99 


3,860 


lao 


120 


265 


65 


aio 


360 


3a5 


a35 


18. Incomes Sii,500 and over 


2,550 


100 


120 


60 


80 


375 


355 


190 


290 


19. Median Income.... dollars** 


2,636 


2,597 


2,250 


2,822 


2,058 


2,520 


3,ia2 


3,15a 


2,829 


TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


AREA 


















NOMIC CHAKACIERISTICS 


TOTAL 


M-1 


M-2 


M-3 


M-1, 


N-l 


N-2 


N-3 


N-a 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


6,713 


20a 


323 


1,372 


ia2 


658 


535 


297 


a73 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


8,1.51l 


355 


a82 


58a 


219 


97a 


620 


a23 


809 


3. Persons lij-19 yrs. old 


14,895 


167 


281 


13a 


152 


702 


a76 


258 


a6i 


14, Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


3,968 


215 


2a3 


23 


126 


a99 


379 


298 


a8a 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


3U,735 


1,361 


i,8a7 


1,992 


917 


a, 381 


3,378 


2,295 


3,708 


6. Persons lli yrs. old or over 


ao,5o3 


1,572 


2,173 


2,167 


1,096 


5,233 


3,958 


2,60a 


a,239 


7. No. of Item 6 In Civilian 




















Labor Force 


21,800 


858 


1,199 


991 


627 


2,665 


2,18a 


1,399 


2,35a 


8. No. of Item 7 employed in 




















month of April 1950 


19,558 


735 


1,019 


921 


5a3 


2,357 


2,022 


1,307 


2,162 


9. Professional, Technical 




















and kindred workers 


1,226 


16 


2a 


58 


aa 


9a 


125 


88 


151 


10. Managers, Officials, and 




















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


71*3 


23 


30 


27 


8 


86 


13a 


57 


88 


11. Clerical and kindred 




















workers 


3,721 


97 


15a 


178 


59 


383 


a7a 


300 


ase 


12. Sales Workers 


999 


3a 


58 


59 


22 


95 


125 


73 


108 


13. Craftsmen, Fonsmen and 




















kindred workers 


2,920 


87 


ia8 


ia5 


51 


305 


305 


228 


335 


lb. Operatives and kindred 




















workers 


5,072 


250 


332 


215 


165 


7ao 


U,2 


271 


519 


15. Private household workers 


89 


7 


10 


6 


2 


12 


5 


5 


5 


16. Service workers (except 




















household) 


2,738 


119 


129 


13a 


76 


3aa 


262 


165 


271 


17. Laborers 


1,856 


96 


128 


95 


106 


267 


127 


101 


200 


TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


AREA 


















TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


M-1 


M-2 


M-3 


M-a 


N-l 


N-2 


N-3 


N-a 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


15,178 


68a 


925 


968 


a36 


1,852 


i,3a3 


9a8 


1,529 


2. Total Occupied Units 


11*, 825 


6aa 


sa? 


965 


397 


1,800 


1,333 


938 


1,516 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


3,303 


131 


211 


a 


75 


aao 


327 


266 


a37 


h. Single detached Units 




















(including Trailers) 


865 


27 


82 


2 


23 


116 


50 


ao 


71 


5. Median value of Singles 




















dollars^ 


a, 673 


- 


3,315 


- 


- 


a, 093 


- 


- 


5,92s 


6. Total Units in Five or 




















more unit structures 


3,671 


2a 


8 


965 


as 


317 


222 


21 


39 


7. Total Units reporting 




















condition 


11*, 788 


6a8 


890 


961 


a22 


1,787 


1,320 


908 


1,507 


8. Units with no private bath 




















or no running water or 




















dilapidated 


a, 351 


a78 


62a 


1 


36a 


807 


327 


102 


275 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


11,020 


620 


8ao 


- 


ai5 


1,670 


l,ia5 


700 


1,355 


10. Units built 19ljO or later* 


1,295 


- 


- 


9ao 


- 


- 


115 


- 


- 


11. Median persons per occupied 




















unitl 


3.3 


2.9 


3.1 


3.8 


3.0 


3.2 


3.3 


3.2 


3.2 


12. Units reporting 1.01 




















persons per room or more 


2,650 


no 


168 


11a 


77 


333 


186 


m 


212 


13. Units reporting central heat* 6,170 


60 


95 


9ao 


25 


265 


575 


505 


675 


lli. All units reporting rents 




















(Both rented and rentable) 


11,212 


503 


617 


952 


31a 


1,301 


973 


637 


1,057 


15. No. rentals under $20 


2,761 


351 


383 


a 


193 


52a 


13a 


58 


138 


16. From $20 to $39 


5,568 


ISO 


22a 


319 


110 


7oa 


615 


a89 


786 


17. From $1*0 to $59 


2,635 


2 


9 


583 


10 


59 


lli* 


71 


106 


18. Rentals $60 and over 


2a8 


- 


1 


a6 


1 


la 


no 


19 


27 


19. Median contract monthly rent 




















dollars **1 


30.22 


16.95' 


17.90 


a3.36 


17.75 


21.76 


28.75 


28.30 


28.28 







'statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

**Medians for individual census tracts con^iuted from li* class intervals for Income j 8 class intervals for rent. 
Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



BOSTON - SOUTH BOSTON - continued 



TABLE I continued 



0-1 



0-2 



0-3 



0-k 



P-U 



P-IB 



HARBOR 
ISLANDS 



CITY 
TOTAL 



1. Population - 195o 7,1*37 5,7lj2 U,128 

2. Population - 19hO 7,891 2,183 It, 713 

3. Percent of change -5.8 +163.0 -12. ii 
U. Hale Population - 1950 3,530 2,829 2,065 

5. Non-White Population 13 5 

6. Foreign-Dom White Pop. 1,387 631* 633 

7. No. of Married Couples 1,U95 1,175 795 

8. Couples with their own household* 1,375 1,11|5 710 

9. Households - Total Number 2,023 1,1*25 1,122 

10. Institutional Population - - 1 

11. Persons 1 jr. old or over* 7,305 5»685 1*,085 

12. Item 11 - Same residence in 

1950 as in 191*9* 6,1|05 5,21*0 3,695 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. con^jleted* 9,8 11.0 9.0 
11*. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals 2,515 1,500 1,255 

15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 560 200 285 

16. From 81,500 to $2,999 IhS hUO 385 

17. From $3,000 to $l*,lj99 51*5 1«60 310 

18. Incomes $lj,500 and over 395 21*5 185 

19. Median Income dollars** 2,662 3,02? 2,708 

TABLE II continued 0-1 0-5 0-3 



1,221* 

1,375 

-11.0 

610 

218 
21*0 
225 
31*1* 

1,195 

1,060 



370 
80 

150 
85 
1*0 



0-1* 



1,678 

2,138 

-21.5 

851* 

1 

31*5 

355 

31*0 

1*79 

1,630 

l,a50 



530 
165 
11*5 
105 
65 
2,385 

P-IA 



3,91*9 

3,967 

-0.5 

1,885 

3 

329 

700 

695 

1,022 

3,860 

3,660 

12.0 

1,005 
205 
1*90 
215 

50 
2,570 

P-IB 



2,11*1* 
2,735 
-21.6 
1,788 
115 
588 

20 

15 

13 

1,783 

2,135 



801,1*1*1* 

770,816 

+1*.0 

388,180 

1*2,7UU 
11*1*, 092 
161,51*0 
11*7,600 
219,398 

10,381 
787,250 



1,595 679,695 



9.5 

330 

135 

130 

25 

10 



11.0 

289,61*0 
73,965 
76,165 
61,120 
50,835 
2,61*3 



ISLANDS cm TOTAL 



10. 

U. 
12. 
13. 

lU. 

15. 

16. 
17. 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 660 8o8 397 lltO 

Persons 5-13 yrs. old 939 1,085 590 200 

Persons ll*-19 yrs. old 700 555 350 101 

Persons 65 yrs. old or over 61il 257 37l» 87 

Persons 21 yrs. old or oyer lj,990 3,218 2,738 763 

Persons lli yrs. old or over 5,838 3,81*9 3,11*1 881* 

No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 3,357 2,010 1,71*1 1*99 

No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of AprU, 1950 3,055 1,798 1,516 1*10 

Professional, Technical and 

kindred workers 350 103 59 llj 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 92 71 1*1 7 

Clerical and kindred workers 605 357 251» 59 

Sales Workers XkS 100 6l 13 

Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 1*143 328 216 69 

Operatives and kindred workers 713 1*21* 1(50 128 

Private household workers 10 3 10 3 

Service workers (except household) 1*53 251 221 55 

Laborers 222 157 188 56 



152 
21*7 
11*5 
126 
1,111 
1,279 

71*7 

638 

30 

20 
86 
2U 

106 

220 

7 

87 

53 



552 
927 
393 
216 
2,036 
2,1*70 

1,169 

1,075 

70 

59 

257 

82 

15a 

203 

1* 

171 

60 



11 

37 

82 

6U0 

1,997 

2,096 

223 

223 

57 

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22 



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71,038 
97,182 
63,772 
77,63a 
556,oao 
633,22a 

336,692 

311,816 

32,a6l 

23,901 
60,533 
26,051 

a2,ioo 

61,170 

5,065 

39,930 

17,881 



TABLE III continued 



0-1 



0-2 



0-3 



o_a 



P-IA 



P-IB 



HARBOR 
ISLANDS 



CITI 
TOTAL 



1. Total Dwelling Units 2,o53 

2. Total Occupied Units 2,009 

3. Owner-occupied Units 67a 
a. Single detached Units 

(including Trailers 138 

5. Median value of Singles ,., dollars^ 3,950 

6. Total Units in Five or more 
unit structures 119 

7. Total Units reporting condition 1,996 

8. Units with no private bath or no 
running water or dilapidated 5oa 

9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 1,860 

10. Units built 19ao or later* 

11. Median persons per occupied unitl 3,2 

12, Units reporting 1,01 persons 
per roan or more 258 

13, Units reporting central heat* 595 
la. All units reporting rents 

(both rented and rentable) 1,280 

15, No. rentals under $20 280 

16, From $20 to $39 905 

17, From $ao to $59 66 

18, Rentals $60 and over 9 

19, Median contract monthly pent 
dollars**! 25,l8 a3,30 



l,a26 

i,ai5 

175 
35 



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i,aoa 

15a 
5ao 
2ao 
3.8 

395 

995 

1,222 
106 
276 

837 
3 



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3aa 

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a,iao 

156 

1,117 

328 
1,020 

3,3 

186 

320 

7a7 
277 
a22 

36 
12 

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3aa 

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33 



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186 
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218,103 

5a,266 

23,a78 
9,a72 

68,96a 
217,52a 

33,5a8 

167,205 

11,085 

3.1 

27,261 

I57,a85 

159, 7a2 

17,032 
78,718 

a6,95l 

i7,oai 
35, ao 



statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500, 
^Jedlans for individual census tracts computed from la class intervals for Income; 8 class intervals for rent. 



Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



BOSTON - WEST ROXBUEY 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPOTJiTION 



AREA 

TOTAL 



W-6A 



W-6B 



W-6C 



W-6D 



CITT 
TOTAL 



1. Population - 1950 23,00lj 5,579 5,558 5,781 6,086 

2. Population - I9I4O 19,li76 ij,272 5,328 5,269 h,607 

3. Percent of Change +13.1 +30.6 +lj.3 +9.7 +32.1 
h. Male Popilation - 1950 10,692 2,680 2,li85 2,652 2,875 

5. Non-White Population 11 1 5 5 - 

6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 2,992 609 703 717 963 

7. No, of Married Couples* li,985 l,li0S 1,090 l.lW l,3li5 

8. Couples with their own 

household* li,655 l,3lj5 1,010 1,050 1,250 

9. Households - Total Number 6,200 1,573 1,552 l.hSh 1,581 

10. Institutional Population I08 12 - 3i, 62 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 22,760 5,505 5,5l5 5,760 5,980 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 19li9* 20,710 li,975 5,095 5,290 5,350 

13. 25 yrs, or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 12.3 12. Ij 12.14 12.lt 11.5 
Hi. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 6,360 1,655 1,555 1,575 1,575 

15. No. incomes under $1,500* 635 120 200 I60 l55 

16. From $1,500 to $2,999 970 255 255 210 250 

17. From 3,000 to 31i,li99 1,830 U30 li50 3U5 6o5 

18. Incomes 51i,500 and over 2,695 810 560 795 530 

19. Median Income dollars** U,197 li,509 3,872 l4,750 3,736 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- AREA 

NOMIC CHARACIERISTICS TOTAL W-6A W-6B W-6C W-6D 



eoifhhh 

770,816 

+U.0 

388,180 

a2,7i»J4 

lliit,092 
16l,51jO 

lii7,600 

219,393 

10,381 

787,250 

679,695 

11.0 

289,6UO 
73,965 
76,165 
61,120 
50,835 
2,6U3 

CITY 

TOTAL 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 1,892 hH lj03 I4O9 609 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 2,931 653 68I1 698 896 

3. Persons llt-19 yrs. old 1,955 510 399 557 lj89 
h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 2,36h h20 766 667 5ll 

5. Persons 21 yrs, old or over l5,93li 3,859 3,998 lj,053 l4,021t 

6. Persons lU yrs. old or over l8,l8l li,a55 lj,U71 lj,671i lj,58l 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 9,335 2,276 2,323 2,388 2,3li8 
3. No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 9,033 2,223 2,259 2,327 2,221j 
9. Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 1,661 397 lj63 5U3 253 

10. Klanagers, Officials and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 1,067 290 26l 319 197 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 2,188 5ijl 617 559 IjTl 

12. Sales workers 859 21(2 225 208 I8U 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen and 

kindred workers l,lil2 3lj7 300 259 506 

lli. Operatives and kindred workers 81i9 150 182 19ii 323 

15. Private household workers 81 9 21i 31j llj 

16. Service workers (except 

household) 713 197 153 170 198 

17. Laborers I8I hd 21i 37 71) 

TABLE in - CHARACTEEIS- AREA 

TICS OF DWELLING UNITS TOTAL W-6A W-6B W-6C W-6D 



71,038 
97,182 
63,772 
77,631* 
556, OUO 
633,2214 

336,692 

311,816 

32,U6l 

23,901 
60,533 
26,051 

1»2,100 

61,170 

5,065 

39,930 

17,881 

CIK 
TOTAL 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 
Ih. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



Total Dwelling Units 6,262 1,580 1,563 1,510 l,60l4 

Total Occupied Units 6,162 1,550 l,5l43 1,U88 1,581 

Owner-occupied Units 1(,393 1,067 1,038 l,ll45 1,093 

Single detached Units 

(Including Trailers) 3,789 983 307 987 1,012 

Median value of Singles, .dollars^ ll,77l4 11,1495 12,329 13,285 9,170 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 335 218 31 I46 UO 

Total Units reporting condition 6,216 1,568 1,558 1,503 1,587 

Units with no private bath or no 

running water or dilapidated I63 5 21 12 125 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 2,060 260 720 535 5U5 

Units built I9I4O or later* 820 I4O5 65 80 270 

Median persons per occupied unitl 3,li 3,3 3,3 3.6 3,5 

Units reporting 1,01 persons 

per room or more 387 60 l42 72 213 

Units reporting central heat* 5,770 1,320 1,550 1,1:30 1,170 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 1,718 I467 Ui3 332 I476 

No, rentals under $20 6 1 - 1 h 

From $20 to $39 355 31 58 67 199 

From SltO to $59 830 137 307 203 233 

Rentals $60 and over 1*77 298 78 61 I4O 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**! 51.32 33,21 1*9,12 US, 25 1*1,76 



222,079 

218,103 

51.,266 

23,U78 
9,ii72 

68,961) 
217,52U 

33,51)8 

167,205 

11,085 

3.1 

27,261 
157,1)85 

159,71)2 
17,032 
78,718 
1)6,951 
17,01)1 

35.I1O 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual eensue tracts computed from ll) class intervals for income j 8 class intervals for rent. 
Tfedian not shown where base is loss than 100, 



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TABLE I - CHARACTEPTSTTCS 

Of Tm: poHrLATTOH 



TOWM 
TOTAL 



MC-90 



MC-91 



MC-92 



MC-93 



MC-9lj 



MC-95 



MC-96 



1. Population - 1950 liii,353 ll,591 5,95^ 6,623 lj,870 8,158 9,llj9 5,008 

2. Population - WljO^ ii0,013 

3. Percent of Change +10,8 
li. Male Population - 1950 21,012 

5. Non-White Population 73 

6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 6,862 

7. No. of Married Couples* 10,2145 

8. Couples with their own household^ 9,ii70 

9. Households - Total Number 12,159 

10. Institutional Population 62 

11. Persons 1 yr old or over* li3,Ui0 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 
in 1950 as in 19li9* 38,365 

13. 25 yrs, or over - median 
school yrs. completed* 12,2 

Ih. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 13,135 

15. No, Incomes under S.»l,500"' 1,830 

16. From ;~1,500 to i'2,999 2,195 

17. ''rom $3,000 to $h,h99 3,755 

18. Incomes $ti,500 and over h,li65 

19. Median Income ..,, dollars** 3,833 

TABLE IT - AGE A^ro ECO- TOWN 

NO'-UC CHAPACTSPTSTTCS TOTAL HC-90 MC-91 MC-92 MC-93 MC-9h lC-95 



2,157 


2,853 


3,059 


2,389 


3,721 


!4,l400 


2,)433 


U 


8 


- 


26 


13 


16 


6 


bos 


939 


1,019 


877 


1,186 


1,1453 


778 


l,o6o 


1,355 


l,li80 


1,3145 


l,8l40 


2,105 


1,060 


995 


1,250 


1,3^0 


1,255 


1,705 


l,9l40 


985 


1,226 


1,526 


l,9ljli 


1,356 


2,313 


2,(488 


1,306 


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25 


37 


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h,550 


5,750 


6,(495 


l4,78o 


8,030 


8,935 


14,900 


li,025 


li,795 


5,8l45 


a, 185 


7,115 


8,080 


14,320 


12. h 


12.0 


12.2 


11. I4 


12.5 


12.3 


12.1 


1,335 


1,695 


2,075 


1,530 


2,580 


2,630 


1,290 


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180 


310 


195 


1460 


360 


185 


130 


380 


395 


290 


1420 


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170 


370 


565 


615 


5f40 


570 


6140 


1455 


560 


500 


6I45 


1435 


900 


1,030 


395 


li,379 


3,559 


3,579 


3,638 


3,675 


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3,750 



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10. 

11. 

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13, 

II4. 
15. 
16. 

17, 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 14,116 

Persons 5-13 yrs, old 5,52)4 

Persons II4-I9 yrs, old 3,lj50 

Persons 65 yrs, old or over i4,351i 

Persons 21 yrs. old or over 30,661 

Persons IL yrs. old or over 3li, 713 

No, of Item 6 in Civilian 

Ubor Force 18,128 

No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 17,5l8 

Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 2,601 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 2,190 

Clerical and kindred workers 3,977 

Sales Workers 1,873 

Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 2,7l4l4 

Operatives and kindred workers 2,18(4 

fVivate household workers I6I4 

Service workers (except 

household) 1,152 

Laborers 532 



14114 
607 
1411 
ia7 

3,09l4 
3,570 


67I4 
792 
517 

3,883 
14,(488 


573 
680 
I4I3 
816 
14,877 
5,370 


525 
611 
329 
386 
3,336 
3,7314 


605 

861 

580 

1,107 

5,985 

6,692 


767 

1,220 

785 

831 

6,258 

7,162 


558 
753 
Ui5 
361 

3,228 

3,697 


1,737 


2,l4l42 


2,923 


2,033 


3,318 


3,701 


l,97l4 


1,685 


2,329 


2,831 


1,956 


3,2l4l 


3,59l4 


1,882 


296 


222 


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266 

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MC-91 



MC-92 



MC-93 



MC-oli 



'iC-95 



MC-96 



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Total Dwelling Units 12,318 

Total Occupied Units 12,136 

Owner-occupied Units 7,6l40 

Single detached Units 

(including Tl-ailers) 5,197 

Median value of Singles. .dollars^ 12,6l8 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures I48I4 

Total Units reporting condition 12,079 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 26I4 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 14,190 

Units built I9I4O or later* 1,1|05 

Median persons per occupied unit^ 3.3 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

per room or more 558 

Units reporting central heat* 11,925 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) l4,36l4 

No. rentals under J.20 33 

From KO to S39 1,137 

From ?.l40 to *59 2,267 

Rentals $60 and over 927 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**! I48.93 



1,2147 

1,225 
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l,571i 

l,53l4 
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1,961 

1,938 

806 


1,361 

1,31.8 

637 


2,329 
2,297 
1,503 


2,516 
2,(488 

1,916 


1,330 
1,306 
1,061 


869 
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222 
10,367 


21.5 
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111 


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1,657 
10,1451 


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10,661. 


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1,227 


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1,537 


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1,308 


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2,275 


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2,305 


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2,500 


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1,275 


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313 
333 
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628 

286 


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273 

119 


236 

I 

113 

103 

16 


149.97 


I42.I.6 


148.62 


1.3.91 


51.17 


146.39 


39.61 



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TABLE I - CHAPACTERISTICS 


TOWN 
















^ 




OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


MC-97 


MC-98 


MC-99 


MC-lOO 


MC-101 


MC-102 


MC-103 


MC-lOl. 


1, 


Population - 19p0 


27,381 


3,769 


3,330 


l.,281, 


3,271 


2,712 


3,073 


3,579 


3,363 


2. 


Population - 19!j0* 


26,867 


















3. 


Percent of Change 


••■1.9 


















h. 


Male Population - 1950 


12,602 


l,7li3 


1,561 


1,989 


1,579 


1,208 


1,370 


1,638 


1,511. 


i. 


Non-White Population 


26 


2 


7 


1 


3 


h 


2 


5 


2 


6. 


Forelf^-Rom White Pop. 


ij,ll8 


m 


1.33 


778 


61^2 


395 


352 


1.71 


600 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


6,370 


950 


725 


985 


755 


630 


71.5 


835 


7I45 


8. 


Couples irtth their own household* 


5,880 


880 


700 


885 


670 


585 


690 


755 


715 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


7,585 


987 


886 


1,051. 


90lj 


838 


898 


91.7 


1,071 


10. 


Institutional Population 


211j 


- 


- 


208 


6 


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11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over" 


26,81i0 


3,750 


3,280 


)4,235 


3,180 


2,650 


2,955 


3,505 


3,285 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 






















Ln 1950 as in 19li9* 


23,835 


3,1*25 


2,780 


3,610 


2,81.0 


2,1.1.0 


2,705 


3,165 


2,870 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 






















school yrs. completed* 


12.6 


12.8 


12.8 


12.2 


12,1 


12. Ij 


12,6 


12.7 


12.3 


Ih. 


Total No. of FamilieB and 






















unrelated individuals* 


8,1^20 


1,090 


1,060 


1,1.15 


875 


875 


1,025 


1,055 


1,025 


15. 


No. Incomes under 51,500* 


1,325 


100 


185 


335 


90 


120 


11.5 


165 


185 


16. 


From i>l,500 to $2,999 


1,125 


70 


115 


335 


190 


90 


85 


110 


130 


17. 


From £3,000 to Sli, U99 


l,71jO 


155 


155 


355 


285 


215 


190 


110 


275 


18. 


Incomes 8lj,500 and over 


3.U25 


675 


525 


285 


230 


385 


1.90 


a90 


31.5 


19. 


Median Income ... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


i*,170 
TOWN 


6,000 


5,167 


2,9U1. 


3,598 


l.,389 


l.,850 


5,071. 


3,763 




NOMIC CHABACIEPISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-97 


MC-98 


MC-99 


MC-lOO 


MC-101 


MC-102 


MC-103 


MC-10I4 


X* 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,133 


260 


272 


369 


321 


203 


175 


22s 


30I4 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


3,338 


573 


1.62 


we 


1.07 


267 


329 


1.50 


31.2 


3. 


Persons II4-I9 yrs. old 


2,173 


367 


300 


301 


250 


171 


223 


356 


205 


h. 


Perrons 65 yrs. old or over 


2,873 


273 


291 


1.33 


291 


31.5 


1.27 


361. 


IU49 


S. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


19,355 


2,5llj 


2,2146 


3,056 


2,260 


2,022 


2,309 


2,1.77 


2,1.71 


6. 


Persons l!i yrs, old or over 


21,910 


2,936 


2,596 


3,1.27 


2,5^3 


2,222 


2,569 


2,900 


2,717 


7. 


No, of Item 6 in Civilian 






















Labor Force 


11,238 


1,1.37 


1,286 


1,877 


1,393 


1,188 


1,316 


1,366 


1,375 


8. 


No, of Item 7 employed in 






















month of April, 1950 


10,867 


1,1.03 


1,251. 


1,816 


1,31.3 


1,11.2 


1,256 


1,331 


1,322 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 






















and kindred workers 


2,270 


31.3 


336 


331 


161 


2)18 


338 


310 


203 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 






















Proprietors, (inc. Farms) 


1,682 


331 


227 


133 


117 


171 


271. 


265 


I6I4 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


2,llj0 


275 


188 


3ia 


251 


280 


21.3 


21j8 


311. 


12. 


Sales Workers 


1,191 


179 


115 


132 


122 


156 


179 


11.5 


163 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 






















kindred workers 


l,2l4l 


108 


96 


267 


232 


126 


83 


113 


216 


lU. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1,009 


61 


67 


258 


2hO 


62 


61 


11)4 


11.6 


IS. 


Private household workers 


222 


38 


88 


7 


7 


19 


20 


29 


11. 


16. 


Service workers (except 






















household) 


7U6 


31. 


83 


271 


iia 


1.8 


1.3 


55 


71 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CRyiACIERIS- 


258 

■lOWN 


25 


30 


62 


61. 


10 


1. 


1.1 


22 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-97 


MC-98 


MC-99 


MC-lOO 


MC-101 


MC-102 


MC-103 


MC-lOl. 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


7,668 


1,003 


900 


1,061. 


910 


858 


903 


952 


1,073 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


7,595 


987 


889 


1,052 


901 


81,6 


899 


91*7 


1,071. 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


li,931 


916. 


717 


505 


1.39 


1.97 


601 


795 


I46I 


h. 


Single detached Units 






















(including Trailers) 


3,li95 


937 


672 


21j6 


128 


251. 


1.21. 


70I4 


130 


5. 


Median value of Singles,. dollars^ 


15,000* 


17,707. 


16,1.51. 


13,089 


12,087 


16,61.1 


17,767 


18,393 


15,900 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 






















more unit structures 


26 


- 


_ 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


7,5U2 


996 


876 


1,01.9 


896 


831. 


891 


93I4 


1,066 


a. 


Units with no private bath or 






















no running water or dilapidated 


88 


6 


9 


16 


9 


17 


6 


II4 


11 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


2,315 


70 


230 


1.15 


355 


125 


295 


285 


51.0 


10. 


Units built 19ljO or later* 


1.55 


185 


90 


50 


15 




10 


1.0 


65 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit^ 


3.3 


3.7 


3.5 


3.1. 


3.U 


3.1 


3.2 


3.5 


2.9 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 






















per room or more 


257 


16 


29 


60 


51. 


10 


17 


I4I 


30 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


7,250 


875 


8U0 


1,01.0 


875 


805 


895 


930 


990 


111. 


All units reporting rents 






















(Both rented and rentable) 


2,569 


61 


155 


531 


1.53 


331. 


288 


11.3 


598 


15. 


No, rentals under $20 


20 


1. 


1. 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


6 


1 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


718 


12 


55 


209 


179 


7 


9 


65 


182 


17. 


From $lj0 to $59 


1,275 


28 


61. 


^82 


250 


238 


128 


37 


2I48 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


556 


23 


32 


38 


22 


88 


151 


35 


167 


19. 


Median contract monthly 






















rent ,,, dollars**^ 


W.56 


- 


1.2.99 


1.1,97 


1.2.01 


51.,62 


60.18 


39.72 


1.6.98 







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Medians for individual census tracts computed from 11. class intervals for income; 8 class intervals for rent, 
■'■Median not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 







BEVERLY 












TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


cm 














OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


EC-lj 


EC-5 


EC-6 


EC-7 


EC-8 


EC-9 


1. Population - 1950 


26,88U 


3,068 


2,831 


14,693 


5,U.2 


6,656 


6,221, 


2. Population - 19liO° 


25,537 














3. Percent of Change 


■••13.1 














Ij. Male Population - 1950 


13,596 


1,288 


1,3U3 


2,251 


2,662 


3,103 


2,91.9 


5. Non-White Population 


58 


1^ 


2 


5 


6 


2 


39 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


3,771 


1,28 


257 


583 


856 


707 


9^3 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


6,5ao 


585 


730 


1,185 


1,080 


1,575 


1,385 


8. Couples with their oim household* 


6,085 


535 


690 


1,090 


1,015 


1,1,75 


1,280 


9. Households - Total Number 


8,3U5 


760 


631 


1,321 


1,1,71 


2,068 


1,891. 


10. Institutional Population 


llli 


13 


- 


11, 


19 


31 


37 


11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


28,185 


3,oto 


2,760 


lj,570 


5,31,5 


6,360 


6,U0 


12. Item 11 - Same residence 
















in 1950 as it, 19ij9'' 


2h,330 


2,535 


2,315 


3,985 


1,,565 


5,520 


5,iao 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
















school yrs. completed* 


12.1 


12.3 


12.1, 


11.6 


10.5 


li.U 


10.1, 


Ih. Total No. of Families and 
















unrelated individuals* 


9,3lj0 


1,215 


925 


1,380 


1,510 


2,21,0 


2,070 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


2,165 


lia5 


150 


21.5 


305 


1,65 


555 


16. From $1,500 to $2,999 


2,175 


21iO 


190 


315 


370 


1,65 


595 


17. From $3,000 to th,h99 


2,365 


175 


305 


385 


1.95 


510 


1.95 


18. Incomes $ij,500 and over 


l,9i*5 


270 


220 


315 


270 


575 


295 


19. Median Income ... dollars** 


2,990 


2,167 


3,U20 


3,219 


3,107 


3,172 


2,600 


TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


CITY 














NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-lj 


EC-5 


EC-6 


EC-7 


EC-8 


EC-9 


1. Persons under 5 yrs, old 


2,968 


277 


315 


501, 


621, 


621 


627 


2, Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


3,790 


369 


380 


709 


777 


770 


785 


3. Persons lli - 19 yrs. old 


2,315 


hho 


201 


339 


1.32 


1.52 


1.51 


Ij. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


3,112 


306 


273 


1,36 


U,2 


902 


753 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


19,390 


1,902 


1,896 


3,077 


3,505 


l.,7l,5 


l.,265 


6. Persons 1h yrs. old or over 


22,126 


2,1,22 


2,136 


3,li8o 


ll,011 


5,265 


1.,812 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
















labor Force 


11,732 


1,188 


1,035 


1,887 


2,21,2 


2,712 


2,668 


8. No. of Item 7 employed in 
















month of April, 1950 


11,201 


1,123 


1,009 


1,795 


2,108 


2,6a5 


2,521 


9. Professional, Technical, 
















anJ kindred workers 


l,h9h 


188 


206 


207 


191, 


500 


199 


10. Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1,021 


129 


122 


153 


122 


315 


180 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


1,720 


169 


1U5 


275 


292 


1.73 


366 


12. Sales workers 


831 


60 


76 


135 


155 


21,6 


159 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
















kindred workers 


1,983 


lli5 


186 


ia8 


391, 


U.8 


1,22 


111. Operatives and kindred workers 


2,206 


102 


132 


371 


575 


320 


706 


15. Private household workers 


319 


136 


13 


22 


32 


65 


51 


16. Service workers (except 
















household) 


861 


81, 


50 


131 


195 


168 


233 


17. Laborers 


617 


106 


1,9 


61 


136 


85 


180 


TABLE in - CHARACTERIS- 


CITJ- 














TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


EC-1, 


EC-5 


EC-6 


EC-7 


EC-8 


EC-9 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


8,829 


881, 


891, 


1,390 


1,585 


2,m5 


1,931 


2. Total Occupied Units 


8,393 


75li 


836 


1,332 


1,1,77 


2,091 


1,903 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


U,75U 


1,88 


66S 


i,oU, 


61,3 


1,281, 


630 


U. Single detached Units 
















(including Trailers) 


1»,3W 


652 


723 


1,082 


1,62 


1,078 


351 


5. Median value of Singles-dollars^ 


9,693 


10,01,3 


10, 703 


8,373 


8,631 


10,335 


7,218 


6. Total Units in Five or 
















more unit structures 


602 


6 


16 


9 


iia 


118 


31? 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


8,6U2 


839 


880 


l,3li9 


1,569 


^,117 


1,888 


6. Units with no private bath or 
















no running water or dilapidated 


56a 


36 


13 


77 


91, 


110 


251. 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


6,035 


630 


1,05 


625 


1,180 


1,1,50 


1,71.5 


10. 'Inits built I9I4O or later* 


990 


90 


275 


165 


205 


21,0 


15 


11, Median persons per occupied unit 


3.1 


3.3 


3.1 


3.3 


3.1, 


2.9 


2.9 


12, Units reporting 1.01 persons 
















per room or more 


571 


37 


30 


86 


153 


75 


190 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


6,995 


630 


-1.5 


1,285 


1,170 


1,885 


1,280 


ll). All units reporting rents 
















(Both rented and rentable) 


3,522 


179 


152 


271 


892 


777 


1,251 


15. No. rentals under $20 


23U 


11 


I4 


10 


12 


28 


139 


16. From J20 to $39 


2,19lj 


112 


99 


196 


593 


361, 


630 


17. From $ijO to $5" 


85U 


28 


33 


53 


220 


292 


228 


18. Rentals $60 and over 


2lt0 


28 


16 


12 


37 


93 


51. 


19. Median contract monthly- 
rent dollars-"*! 
















33.92 


33.06 


32.58 


33,81 


33.1,2 


39,32 


29.93 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Uedians for individual census tracts computed from 11, class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 
[Median not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



BRA IN TREE 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



NC-gg 



NC-56 



NC-57 



1. 


PopiQation - 1950 


23,161 


7,31*8 


8,337 


7,1*76 


2. 


Population - 191*0^ 


16,378 








3. 


Percent of Change 


*ia.h 








h. 


Male Population - 1950 


11,239 


3,565 


3,980 


3,691. 


5. 


Non-White Population 


26 


8 


10 


8 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


2,51*7 


955 


816 


776 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


5,U10 


1,655 


2,085 


1,670 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


5,ili5 


1,580 


1,985 


1,580 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


6,380 


2,015 


2.383 


1,982 


10. 


Institutional Population 


210 


- 


28 


182 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


22,560 


7,210 


8,075 


7,275 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 












in 1950 as in 19li9* 


19,7U5 


6,350 


7,015 


6,380 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 












school yrs. completed* 


12.1 


11.8 


12.1. 


12.1 


111. 


Total No. of Families and 












iinrelated individuals* 


6,620 


1,91*0 


2,515 


2,165 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


825 


180 


290 


355 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


1,285 


385 


31.5 


555 


17. 


From $3,000 to $lj,lt99 


1,985 


675 


675 


635 


18. 


Incomes $1,500 and over 


2,155 


590 


1,090 


U75 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,767 
TOWN 


3,585 


a,256 


3,175 




NOMIC CHARACIEFISTICS 


TOTAL 


NC-55 


NC-56 


NC-57 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,632 


837 


81.5 


950 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


3,h75 


1,210 


1,218 


i,oa7 


3. 


Persons lh-19 yrs. old 


1,671* 


566 


598 


510 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


2,052 


51*9 


81*3 


660 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


15,111* 


1*,658 


5,588 


1„868 


6. 


Persons lit yrs. old or over 


17,051* 


5,301 


6,271* 


5,1*79 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 












Labor Force 


8,612 


2,827 


3,192 


2,593 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 












month of April, 1950 


8,227 


2,61*9 


3,068 


2,510 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 












and kindred workers 


1,070 


2^3 


570 


257 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 












Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1,01*7 


265 


513 


269 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


1,352 


lt£6 


526 


360 


12. 


Sales Workers 


822 


271. 


337 


211 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 












kindred workers 


1,651* 


679 


1.99 


1.76 


lii. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1,350 


1.51 


31.5 


551. 


15. 


Private household workers 


95 


37 


39 


19 


16. 


Service workers (except 












household) 


lt86 


135 


136 


215 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


291. 

TOWN 


88 


71 


135 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-55 


NC-56 


NC-57 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


6,515 


2,056 


2,1*50 


2,009 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


6,360 


2,018 


2,378 


1,961. 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


1*,928 


1,603 


1,920 


1,1*05 


L. 


Single detached Units 












(Including Trailers) 


1*,881* 


1,629 


1,925 


1,330 


5. 


Median value of Singles.. dollars! 


9,720 


8,772 


11,251 


9,WU 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 












more unit structures 


163 


28 


15 


120 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


6,391* 


2,012 


2,1*25 


1,957 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 












no running water or dilapidated 


306 


88 


82 


136 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


2,390 


71.0 


920 


730 


10. 


Units built 19li0 or later* 


1,1*15 


385 


1.70 


560 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unitl 


3.1* 


3.1. 


3.3 


3.5 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 












per room or more 


1*65 


162 


118 


185 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


5,850 


1,815 


2,350 


1,685 


tu. 


All units reporting rents 












(Both rented and rentable) 


1,336 


382 


1.33 


521 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


1*7 


16 


7 


2U 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


711* 


196 


156 


362 


17. 


From $h0 to $59 


1|01 


131 


173 


97 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


m 


39 


97 


38 


19. 


Median contract monthly^ 












rent dollare* 1 


37.1*0 


37.72 


ia*.8s 


33.71. 









^Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
*Medians for Individual census tracts computed from 11* class Intervals for income, 8 for rent. 
^Median not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



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TABLE I - CHARACTEKISTICS 


crnr 


























OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


PC-li 


PC-5 


PC-6 


PC-7 


PC-8 


PC -9 


PC-10 


PC-11 


PC-12 


PC-13 


PC-11, 


1. 


Population - 1950 


62,860 


3,901 


8,783 


1),165 


6,106 


5,872 


6,971 


l),731 


5,281 


8,511, 


6,11,3 


2,393 


2. 


Population - 19hO^ 


62,3l»3 
























3. 


Percent of Change 


+0.8 
























h. 


Male Population - 1950 


29,8a5 


1,955 


1),225 


1,989 


2,879 


2,638 


3,1)11 


2,280 


2,521 


3,995 


2,833 


1,119 


5. 


Non-White Population 


637 


8 


17 


2 


21 


9 


379 


102 


59 


36 


2 


2 


6, 


Foreign-Pom White Pop. 


9,U01 


1,068 


1,679 


ia6 


712 


793 


1,017 


577 


81)0 


1,228 


779 


292 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


111, 710 


1,035 


2,215 


1,000 


1,550 


1,335 


1,285 


970 


1,295 


2,01,0 


1,360 


625 


8. 


Couples with their own 




























household* 


13,950 


950 


2,090 


965 


1,1)75 


1,275 


1,185 


925 


1,21)5 


1,970 


1,285 


585 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


19,136 


1,219 


2,768 


1,230 


1,851) 


1,921 


1,911 


1,266 


1,517 


2,758 


1,983 


709 


10, 


Institutional Population 


299 


- 


60 


1)2 


19 


15 


26 


13 


1)3 


20 


a9 


12 


U. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


6l,9ljO 


3,935 


8,785 


1),030 


5,985 


5,915 


6,865 


1),620 


5,195 


8,215 


6,030 


2,365 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 




























in 1950 as in 19)i9* 


51j,900 


3,565 


7,965 


3,31)0 


5,1)55 


5,035 


5,950 


1),080 


1<,690 


7,390 


5,300 


2,130 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 




























school yi'S, completed* 


10.6 


8.7 


9.7 


11.7 


12.3 


11.7 


8.9 


9.9 


10.1 


10.7 


10.8 


11.7 


li. 


Total No. of Families and 




























unrelated individuals* 


22,305 


1,1)35 


3,365 


1,270 


1,970 


2,220 


3,115 


1,1)00 


1,730 


2,905 


2,135 


760 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


SMS 


315 


810 


250 


300 


51)0 


1,165 


335 


lj05 


61,5 


575 


105 


16. 


From SI, 500 to $2,999 


6,365 


1)70 


1,160 


350 


380 


500 


980 


390 


635 


865 


1,55 


180 


17. 


From 33,000 to $h,h99 


5,355 


385 


765 


31)0 


510 


605 


1)85 


355 


1)05 


755 


51,0 


210 


16. 


Incomes $li,500 and over 


3,625 


170 


1)50 


230 


61)5 


lao 


21,0 


190 


195 


1,80 


ia5 


200 


19. 


Median Income . , . dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


2,667 

CITY 


2,652 


2,510 


2,935 


3,527 


2,970 


1,903 


2,690 


2,585 


2,801 


2,890 


3,272 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


PC-1) 


PC-5 


PC-6 


PC-7 


PC-8 


PC-9 


PC-10 


PC-11 


PC-12 


PC-13 


PC-ll, 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


5,758 


31)8 


725 


h99 


525 


1)81 


581 


508 


526 


768 


553 


21a, 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


7,826 


556 


1,01)3 


555 


756 


572 


775 


688 


796 


1,026 


732 


327 


3. 


Persons l!i - 19 yrs. old 


h,3lj<' 


225 


631 


239 


1)53 


371) 


1)36 


1)22 


1)11 


588 


1,06 


161, 


1.. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


7,9li7 


1)21) 


1,088 


510 


705 


939 


1,069 


1)29 


573 


1,081 


865 


261, 


5. 


''prsons 21 yrs. old or over 


hh,206 


2,733 


6,278 


2,831 


1),310 


1),382 


5,106 


3,033 


3,1)73 


6,01,3 


1),382 


1,635 


6. 


Persons Ih yrs. old or over 


li9,276 


2,997 


7,015 


3,111 


1),825 


li,8l9 


5,615 


3,535 


3,959 


6,720 


li,858 


1,822 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 




























labor ^orce 


26,976 


1,808 


3,927 


1,565 


2,1)31) 


2,633 


3,057 


1,957 


2,11)1) 


3,798 


2,678 


975 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 




























month of April, 1950 


25,5U6 


1,697 


3,670 


i,)496 


2,396 


2,502 


2,853 


1,823 


2,022 


3,603 


2,514) 


91,0 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 




























and kindred workers 


1,905 


56 


171) 


11)2 


31.5 


275 


IM 


121) 


105 


229 


218 


93 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 




























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


2,li85 


123 


228 


167 


550 


351 


185 


11)2 


130 


255 


229 


125 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


3,397 


160 


1)22 


222 


352 


ia3 


308 


191 


221, 


577 


383 


11)5 


12. 


Sales Workers 


2,100 


65 


260 


II18 


285 


253 


206 


125 


109 


321) 


229 


96 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 




























kindred workers 


3,U6l 


196 


1)55 


22a 


266 


290 


329 


280 


315 


538 


397 


171 


11), 


Operatives and kindred workers 


8,786 


873 


1,598 


1)27 


356 


618 


1,128 


663 


865 


1,252 


777 


229 


15. 


Private household workers 


280 


6 


18 


1) 


59 


1)7 


1)0 


17 


11) 


33 


36 


6 


16. 


Service workErs (except 




























household) 


l,81i3 


101) 


320 


bS 


115 


187 


299 


153 


115 


21)9 


177 


39 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHAEACTEHIS- 


976 
CITY 


76 


11)1 


51) 


1)2 


50 


158 


106 


132 


121) 


58 


35 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


PC-lj 


PC-5 


PC-6 


PC-7 


PC-8 


PC -9 


PC-10 


PC-11 


PC-12 


PC-13 


PC-ll, 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


19,60lj 


1,21)1) 


2,825 


1,251) 


1,911 


1,972 


1,955 


1,299 


1,560 


2,821 


2,032 


731 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


19,121) 


1,226 


2,771 


1,205 


1,855 


1,923 


1,902 


1,272 


1,519 


2,760 


1,982 


709 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


9,067 


619 


891) 


766 


1,301) 


709 


1)99 


821 


811) 


1,098 


953 


590 


h. 


Single detached Units 




























(Including Trailers) 


6,1)22 


1)71 


1)69 


855 


1,126 


359 


252 


661 


580 


1)63 


601, 


582 


5. 


Median value of Singles-dollars^ 


7,867 


6,030 


7,1)89 


7,352 


10,61)1 


10,1)81 


6,138 


6,625 


6,356 


7,138 


8,353 


8,733 


6. 


Total Units In Five or 




























more unit structures 


2,268 


280 


600 


30 


31 


319 


513 


19 


1,1) 


260 


172 


_ 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


19,092 


1,210 


2,762 


1,210 


1,878 


1,927 


1,865 


1,288 


1,503 


2,780 


1,957 


712 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 




























no running irater or dilapidated 


1,1)87 


101 


311 


31) 


37 


112 


367 


127 


98 


162 


116 


22 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


15,525 


1,080 


2,560 


810 


l,0li0 


1,1)05 


1,690 


1,015 


1,395 


2,1)75 


1,725 


330 


10. 


Units built I9I4O or later* 


700 


1)5 


10 


150 


200 


30 


5 


1)5 


1)5 


25 


50 


95 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


2.9 


2.9 


2.7 


3.1 


3.1 


2.7 


2.7 


3.1) 


3.1 


2.8 


2.8 


3.1 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 




























per room or more 


1,U1)8 


121 


237 


80 


60 


109 


201 


iia 


150 


201 


110 


38 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


13,31)0 


51)0 


1,630 


1,060 


1,760 


1,660 


1,090 


71)5 


81)0 


1,910 


1,500 


605 


Hi.. 


. All units reporting rents 




























(Both rented and rentable) 


9,713 


577 


1,831) 


1)25 


531) 


1,171) 


1,31)0 


1)20 


680 


1,61,5 


978 


106 


15. 


No. rentals under )J20 


1,767 


335 


397 


20 


25 


h9 


270 


96 


197 


237 


127 


11, 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


6,131 


227 


1,177 


321) 


266 


719 


786 


277 


1,U6 


1,187 


650 


72 


17. 


From iUO to $59 


1,395 


11 


211 


53 


11)7 


312 


238 


1)3 


35 


181 


153 


11 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


1)20 


1) 


1)9 


28 


96 


91) 


1)6 


1) 


2 


1,0 


1,8 


9 


19. 


Median contract monthly rent 




























dollars**! 


30.08 


18.1)7 


25.78 


30.17 


37.77 


31). 1)3 


26.68 


25.U) 


23.20 


26.91 


28.11, 


27.80 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
^^edians for individual census tracts computed from lit class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 



^Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



*Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



BROOICUSE 





TiBLE I - CHARACffiRISTICS 


TOWN 




























OF THE POPUUTION 


TOTAL 


NC-l 


NC-2 


NC-3 


Nc-a 


NC-5 


NC-6 


NC-7 


NC-8 


NC-9 


NC-10 


NC-ll 


NC-12 


1. 


Population - 1950 


57,589 


a, 969 


a, 886 


a,9ao 


a, 880 


5,080 


a, 819 


a,326 


5,iaa 


a,aaa 


3,596 


a, 210 


6,295 


2. 


Population - 19li0* 


li9,786 


























3. 


Percent of Change 


+15.7 


























h. 


Male Population - 1950 


25,a5i4 


2,056 


2,181 


2,312 


2,092 


2,202 


2,023 


1,855 


2,20a 


2,06a 


1,636 


1,760 


3,069 


5. 


Non-White Population 


276 


32 


ai 


3a 


15 


36 


2a 


5 


19 


5 


5 


37 


23 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


11,215 


9ao 


1,013 


1,202 


1,06a 


1,069 


751 


eaa 


1,013 


916 


638 


898 


867 


7. 


Ho. Married Couples* 


12,310 


1,130 


1,080 


1.075 


935 


1,285 


1,105 


925 


1,085 


895 


730 


7a5 


1,320 


8. 


Couples with their own 






























household* 


ll,0li5 


955 


995 


930 


795 


1,165 


1,025 


860 


925 


805 


650 


690 


1,250 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


15,776 


1,290 


1,522 


1,255 


i,aoa 


1,52a 


1,398 


1,223 


1,372 


1,208 


919 


975 


1,686 


10. 


Institutional Population 


Ui3 


- 


9a 


27 


28 


51 


a2 


- 


25 


23 


5 


71 


77 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


56,730 


a, 890 


a, 825 


a, 905 


a, 835 


5,030 


a, 780 


a,2ao 


5,100 


a,a25 


3,535 


a,l55 


6,010 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 






























in 1950 as in 19lj9* 


1*7,585 


3,950 


3,800 


a,o85 


3,905 


a, 100 


3,850 


3,735 


a,oa5 


a, 035 


3,170 


3,5a5 


5,365 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 






























school yrs. completed* 


12.5 


12.7 


12.6 


12.5 


12.5 


12.5 


12.7 


12.3 


12.6 


10.3 


12.1 


12.6 


12.8 


lii. 


Total No. of Families and 






























unrelated individuals* 


22,990 


2,650 


2,110 


1,915 


1,805 


2,205 


2,025 


1,630 


2,395 


1,560 


1,100 


1,695 


1,900 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


5,7UO 


670 


600 


a95 


a65 


a35 


a2o 


3a5 


805 


385 


180 


555 


385 


16. 


From Sl,500 to $2,999 


1.,155 


ao5 


335 


335 


360 


365 


320 


3a5 


ai5 


a70 


265 


315 


225 


17. 


From $3,000 to $h,h99 


3,555 


255 


390 


305 


280 


330 


235 


395 


375 


360 


255 


130 


2a5 


18. 


Incomes Sh,SOO and over 


7,295 


985 


585 


575 


a75 


820 


750 


as5 


575 


215 


320 


605 


935 


19. 


Median income .. doUars** 
TABLE II - AQE AND ECO- 


3,201 
TOWN 


3,ai3 


3,077 


3,093 


2,865 


3,762 


3,766 


3,276 


2,565 


2,600 


3,382 


2,30a 


U,900 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


NC-l 


NC-2 


NC-3 


Nc-a 


NC-5 


NC-6 


NC-7 


NC-8 


NC-9 


NC-10 


NC-ll 


NC-12 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,7U 


190 


358 


295 


251 


259 


257 


277 


268 


373 


299 


27a 


610 


2. 


t^rsons 5-13 yrs. old 


5,l450 


306 


322 


a65 


392 


387 


a59 


a2i 


333 


559 


a69 


a9o 


8a7 


3. 


Persons llj-19 yrs. old 


a, 270 


269 


27a 


351 


332 


328 


319 


316 


a7a 


386 


319 


375 


527 


ii. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


7,333 


92a 


769 


605 


716 


679 


700 


551 


7a9 


a89 


383 


a7o 


298 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


1.3,286 


a, 108 


3,866 


3,738 


3,8a8 


a, 033 


3,72a 


3,2a7 


3,995 


3,051 


2,aa7 


3,006 


a,223 


6. 


Persons lli yrs. old or over 


U8,l<28 


a,a73 


a, 206 


a, 180 


a,237 


a,a3a 


a, 103 


3,628 


a,5a3 


3,512 


2,828 


3,aa6 


a, 838 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 






























Labor Force 


2a, 558 


2,183 


2,09a 


2,073 


2,189 


2,2a7 


1,997 


1,935 


2,270 


1,875 


l,a92 


1,829 


2,37a 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed In 






























month of April, 1950 


23,81.2 


2,123 


2,033 


2,01a 


2,127 


2,19a 


1,958 


1,879 


2,190 


1,795 


i,ao8 


1,791 


2,330 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 






























and kindred workers 


1.,618 


a77 


39a 


368 


aa9 


a3i 


a25 


336 


a93 


183 


233 


316 


513 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 






























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


U,8a2 


a99 


a9a 


aso 


505 


558 


533 


253 


a62 


69 


105 


320 


56a 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


3,775 


288 


316 


350 


329 


375 


267 


386 


390 


370 


271 


18a 


2a9 


12. 


Sales Workers 


3,336 


261 


399 


373 


352 


383 


2aa 


215 


3a3 


131 


98 


101 


a36 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 






























kindred workers 


1,379 


67 


87 


122 


105 


11a 


69 


159 


123 


237 


ia9 


60 


87 


li*. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


l,a69 


a8 


90 


132 


101 


93 


65 


173 


lU 


321 


187 


75 


73 


15. 


Private household workers 


1,752 


272 


102 


as 


89 


88 


206 


86 


56 


3a 


67 


a6o 


2Ul 


1X5. 


Service workers (except 






























household) 


l,7li3 


153 


117 


87 


128 


115 


78 


178 


181 


261 


157 


193 


95 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


601 

TOWN 


16 


13 


16 


25 


17 


18 


ea 


16 


176 


113 


59 


as 




TICS OF DUELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-l 


NC-2 


NC-3 


Nc-a 


NC-5 


NC-6 


NC-7 


NC-8 


NC-9 


NC-K) 


NC-ll 


NC-12 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


16,091 


1,270 


1,555 


1,230 


i,a3i 


1,537 


l,a65 


1,23a 


1,361 


1,236 


1,061 


1,002 


1,709 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


15,681 


1,228 


1,53a 


1,222 


i,ao8 


1,516 


i,ai6 


1,219 


l,3a6 


1,222 


912 


976 


1,682 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


5,362 


267 


263 


a6o 


a97 


373 


570 


aoa 


250 


200 


357 


707 


1,01a 


h. 


Single detached Units 






























(including Trailers) 


3,786 


i8a 


166 


190 


306 


160 


a29 


2a8 


99 


85 


210 


691 


1,018 


5. 


Median value of Singles. 






























doHarsl 


15,000+20,000+17,883 ll»,265 15,659 20,000+20,000+16,838 


- 


- 


ia,771 20,000+20,000+ 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 






























more unit structures 


a. 918 


6ai 


806 


210 


602 


536 


a6a 


333 


703 


ao8 


215 


- 


- 


7. 


Total Units reportingfconditlon l5,l436 


1,232 


i,a83 


1,195 


1,355 


1,502 


1,321 


1,217 


1,297 


1,15a 


1,02a 


977 


1,679 


8. 


Units with no/ private bath or 






























no running water or dilapidated 759 


7 


27 


12 


9 


17 


9 


102 


18 


a85 


58 


9 


6 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


8,360 


665 


835 


850 


695 


635 


870 


7ao 


635 


1,100 


705 


a5o 


180 


10. 


Units built 19kO or later* 


1,7U0 


110 


195 


- 


50 


150 


125 


20 


160 


- 


185 


55 


690 


11. 


Median persons per 






























occupied raiit^ 


3.1 


2.8 


2.7 


3.5 


2.9 


2.8 


3.0 


3.1 


2.9 


3.3 


3.5 


3.8 


3.5 


12. 


Units reporting 1,01 persons 






























per room or more 


653 


16 


60 


26 


25 


36 


15 


95 


30 


i8a 


91 


ao 


35 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


13,755 


1,180 


l,a70 


1,190 


1,315 


i,a65 


1,260 


1,055 


1,325 


570 


660 


895 


1,370 


111. 


All unite reporting rente 






























(Both rented and rentable) 


9,790 


9oa 


1,209 


" 727 


863 


1,11a 


783 


778 


1,037 


997 


5ao 


2ao 


598 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


293 


- 


5 


1 


- 


1 


2 


a7 




218 


17 


2 




16. 


From $20 to $39 


1,17U 


15 


81 


17 


18 


25 


7 


173 


'15 


a57 


292 


70 


"l» 


17. 


From $li0 to $59 


1,907 


68 


230 


nil 


123 


207 


91 


226 


228 


285 


170 


93 


70 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


6,106 


821 


893 


595 


722 


881 


683 


330 


79a 


37 


61 


75 


52a 


19. 


Median contract monthly 
rent dollars**! 






























67.52 


95.86 


75.25 


73.85 


76.88 


73.79 


87.25 


55.16 


75. a6 


30.06 


36.?? 


a7.00 


97.a2 



'statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500 
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TABLE I - CHAEAC1ERISTICS 


CITY 






















OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


MC-1 


MC-Z 


HC-3 


MC-I4 


MC-5 


MC-6 


MC-7 


MC-8 


MC-9 


1. 


Population - 1950 


120,7140 


2,89lj 


2,010 


3,328 


l4,l450 


3,976 


3,295 


3,055 


3,185 


14,111 


2. 


Population - 19li0 


U0,879 


3,127 


2,ll00 


3,516 


3,676 


14,352 


3,61.8 


3,396 


3,hhh 


a, 001, 


3. 


Percent of Change 


+8.9 


-7.5 


-16.2 


-5.3 


*21.1 


-8.6 


-9.7 


-10.0 


-7.5 


+2.7 


h. 


Male Population - 1950 


59,5146 


1,1497 


1,038 


i,6l4S 


2,150 


1,911 


1,587 


1,505 


1,51.2 


1,923 


5. 


Non-White Population 


5,672 


7 


- 


1 


I43 


5I46 


1 


- 


76 


la 


6. 


Foreign-Born White Pop. 


20,159 


616 


I492 


669 


579 


751 


77U 


788 


656 


737 


7. 


No, of Married Couples* 


23,9l45 


550 


I485 


710 


780 


720 


795 


620 


725 


875 


8. 


Couples with their own 
























household* 


21,975 


500 


1.65 


655 


770 


670 


755 


590 


670 


7ao 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


32,921 


750 


550 


911 


1,122 


1,055 


912 


865 


882 


1,132 


10. 


Institutional Population 


651 


103 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


Il8,0l40 


2,875 


1,990 


3,265 


14,290 


3,890 


3,270 


2,980 


3,130 


a,o6o 


12, 


Item 11 - Same residence 
























in 1950 as in 19lj9* 


99,830 


2,61,5 


1,885 


2,985 


3,8ao 


3,565 


3,080 


2,700 


2,900 


3,a95 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 
























school yrs. completed* 


11.5 


9.1 


8,1 


8.6 


9.2 


9.0 


8.9 


8.3 


8.9 


12.0 


llj. 


Total No. of Families and 
























unrelated individuals* 


148,880 


795 


675 


910 


1,125 


1,11.0 


1,015 


915 


975 


1,1,65 


15. 


No. Incomes under CljSOO* 


15,550 


II45 


95 


185 


210 


320 


190 


230 


225 


360 


16. 


From Jl,500 to $2,999 


12,365 


285 


230 


290 


I465 


320 


300 


270 


355 


315 


17. 


From S3, 000 to th,k99 


10,260 


220 


185 


2I45 


275 


295 


325 


250 


21.0 


360 


18. 


Incomes Sli,500 and over 


8,695 


110 


110 


165 


11.5 


160 


160 


115 


125 


330 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


2,l457 
CIH 


2,808 


2,932 


2,865 


2,575 


2,630 


2,989 


2,S5o 


2,1,92 


3,027 




NOMIC CHAEACTEFISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-1 


MC-2 


MC-3 


MC-I4 


uc-5 


MC-6 


MC-7 


MC-8 


MC-9 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


10,63lj 


296 


212 


1107 


660 


3ia 


353 


332 


31.3 


328 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


12,838 


398 


261 


559 


916 


5I47 


1U.9 


1.55 


1.59 


1.28 


3. 


Persons II4-I9 yrs. old 


10,631 


25I4 


172 


307 


I458 


362 


21.7 


253 


271 


3^3 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


11,151 


236 


139 


186 


166 


377 


228 


211. 


219 


1.21 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


83,803 


1,908 


1,332 


2,000 


2,352 


2,667 


2,198 


1,973 


2,071 


2,9^8 


6. 


Persons lit yrs. old or over 


97,268 


2,200 


1,537 


2,362 


2,8714 


3,088 


2,1.93 


2,268 


2,383 


3,355 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
























Labor Force 


50,338 


1,235 


935 


1,328 


1,551 


1,708 


l,a36 


1,302 


1,310 


1,696 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 
























month of April, 1950 


l47,351i 


1,139 


832 


1,219 


1,397 


1,552 


1,353 


1,191 


1,217 


1,771 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 
























and kindred workers 


7,3ij3 


61 


I43 


23 


39 


115 


62 


35 


39 


300 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 
























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


3,110 


I48 


3I4 


I45 


36 


76 


62 


60 


56 


li.6 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


8,950 


158 


93 


160 


21.0 


21,2 


209 


133 


183 


UlS 


12. 


Sales Workers 


2,989 


35 


2l4 


la 


57 


88 


35 


61. 


52 


129 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
























kindred workers 


5,823 


1I4O 


82 


175 


206 


188 


168 


150 


159 


202 


111. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


9,928 


I42I4 


339 


519 


1470 


I466 


562 


1.69 


1.30 


296 


15. 


Private household workers 


988 


3 


5 


6 


li. 


27 


5 


1 


11. 


21 


16. 


Service workers (except 
























household ) 


5,263 


128 


102 


99 


170 


238 


115 


131 


157 


170 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHAPJICTEBTS- 


2,639 
cm 


133 


107 


177 


159 


110 


117 


11.0 


120 


85 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-1 


MC-2 


MC-3 


MC-I4 


MC-S 


UC-6 


UC-7 


MC-fl 


MC-9 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


33,1437 


759 


556 


926 


1,176 


1,073 


921. 


882 


892 


1,11.8 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


32.755 


7h7 


5I49 


915 


1,121 


1,057 


912 


867 


882 


1,137 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


7,190 


167 


107 


197 


58 


198 


130 


150 


155 


299 


h. 


Single detached Units 
























(including Trailers) 


3,296 


58 


67 


72 


35 


75 


23 


5a 


71. 


60 


5. 


Median value of Singles^. .dollars 


10,060 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 
























more unit structures 


12,li07 


131 


38 


175 


971 


2145 


312 


21.2 


298 


311 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


32,9148 


751 


551 


921. 


1,156 


1,01.0 


911. 


8ia 


876 


1,110 


8. 


Units with no private bath or no 
























running water or dilapidated 


U,862 


271 


27I4 


1492 


293 


189 


236 


I401 


21.2 


128 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


214,870 


755 


560 


910 


535 


1,015 


795 


835 


81.0 


950 


10. 


Units built 19I4O or later* 


1,570 


- 


- 


10 


320 


- 


UO 


- 


10 


20 


11. 


Median oersons per occuoied 
























unltl 


3.0 


3.3 


3,l4 


3.h. 


3.7 


3.3 


3.5 


3.3 


3.1, 


3,0 


12. 


Units reoorting 1.01 persons 
























per room or more 


3,725 


118 


103 


206 


292 


158 


lie 


153 


Ihh 


106 


13. 


ITnits reporting central heat* 


23,110 


200 


50 


135 


685 


I420 


125 


150 


235 


9ao 


Ih. 


All units reportini? rents 
























(Both rented and rentable) 


25,075 


S62 


I433 


718 


1,0514 


831. 


768 


687 


711, 


805 


15. 


No. rentals under S20 


2,706 


223 


232 


I4O7 


230 


11.0 


183 


352 


191 


63 


16. 


From $20 to '*:i9 


11,105 


319 


191 


300 


506 


621 


575 


313 


1.90 


336 


17. 


From %0 to S59 


6,315 


17 


9 


10 


310 


68 


9 


18 


21. 


230 


18. 


Rentals over $60 


l4,9l*9 


3 


1 


1 


8 


5 


1 


1. 


9 


176 


19. 


Median contract monthly 
rent dollars**! 
























37.71 


21.62 


19.03 


18.57 


28.1.5 


25.72 


23,83 


19.32 


23,57 


39,76 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual census tracts computed from 11. class intervals for income; 8 class intervals for rent. 

"tedian not shown where base is less than 100. 









CAMBRIDGE 




















(continued) 














TABLE I - continued 


MC-10 


MC-ll 


MC-12 


MC-13 


MC-ia 


MC-15 


MC-16 


MC-17 


MC-18 


MC-19 


1. Population - 195o 


a, 291 


5,935 


l.,102 


5,399 


2,835 


3,536 


6,015 


7,132 


5,269 


a, 827 


2, Population - I9I4O 


U,211 


3,717 


l.,265 


5,707 


2,886 


3,657 


a, 093 
+1.7.0 


a,995 


5,207 


2,ai6 


3, Percent of Change 


+1.9 


+59.7 


-3.8 


-5. a 


-1.8 


-3.3 


+a2.8 


+1.2 


+99.8 


li. Male Population - 1950 


2,191) 


3,799 


1,997 


2,535 


1,373 


1,711 


3,02a 


a, 110 


2,306 


3,575 


S. Non-White Population 


88 


517 


350 


191. 


683 


1,197 


173 


130 


5a 


i6a- 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


1,056 


920 


686 


1,111 


a23 


a63 


88a 


1,050 


9a2 


535 


7. No. Married Couplea* 


790 


955 


815 


1,230 


595 


765 


1,250 


1,105 


1,095 


a75 


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household* 


690 


855 


765 


1,150 


555 


710 


1,100 


9a5 


990 


ao5 


9. Households - Total Number 


1,101 


1,263 


1,059 


1,620 


733 


987 


1,529 


1,933 


i,9a6 


639 


10. InsUtutional Population 


23 


h 


- 


21 


- 


- 


17 


107 


31 




11. Persona 1 yr. old or over* 


ll,210 


5,760 


3,990 


5,315 


2,735 


3,390 


5,960 


6,970 


5,195 


a,8oo 


12. Item 11 - Same residence 






















in 1950 as in 19i»9* 


3,185 


l»,2Uo 


3,710 


l.,035 


2,505 


3,025 


a, 520 


5,205 


a,055 


a, 005 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 






















school yrs. completed* 


10.5 


12.0 


9.5 


10.8 


9.1 


9.0 


12.9 


12.6 


i2.a 


11.2 


111. Total No. of Families and 






















unrelated Individuals* 


2,205 


3,375 


^•^i? 


1,990 


805 


1,170 


3,315 


a, 310 


2,a55 


3,175 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


710 


1,680 


285 


ia5 


95 


335 


1,390 


2,105 


590 


2,2ao 


16. From $1,500 to $2,999 


630 


885 


1.25 


570 


235 


a55 


660 


885 


765 


a9o 


17. From $3,000 to $U,lj99 


385 


Uoo 


305 


550 


265 


250 


530 


595 


5a5 


280 


18. Incomes $li,500 and over 


310 


2U5 


170 


380 


180 


110 


600 


a75 


ao5 


110 


19. Median income... dollars** 


2,188 


1,386 


2,633 


2,933 


3,192 


2,ai7 


1,885 


1,393 


2,569 


671 


tabu; II - continued 


MC-10 


MC-ll 


MC-12 


MC-13 


MC-ia 


MC-15 


MC-16 


UC-17 


MC-18 


MC-19 


1, Persons under 5 yrs. old 


282 


526 


1.20 


526 


325 


372 


a8o 


358 


326 


257 


2, Persons 5-13 yra. old 


279 


352 


61.0 


528 


a55 


526 


ai6 


303 


265 


3a2 


3. Persons lU-19 yrs. old 


213 


607 


386 


36U 


278 


301 


aoo 


1,32a 


231 


763 


h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


602 


333 


309 


581. 


178 


282 


55a 


709 


682 


175 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


3,1.56 


l.,l6l 


2,593 


3,910 


1,728 


2,295 


a,6o6 


a, 919 


a, 382 


2,798 


6. Persons Xh yrs. old or over 


3,730 


5,057 


3,01.2 


a,3l.5 


2,055 


2,638 


5,119 


6,a71 


a,678 


a,228 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 






















Labor Force 


2,225 


1,966 


1,621. 


2,379 


1,107 


l,a59 


2,200 


2,632 


2,782 


1,160 


8. No, of Item 7 employed in 






















month of April, 1950 


2,090 


1,830 


I,a63 


2,255 


1,029 


1,330 


2,125 


2,523 


2,655 


1,065 


9. Professional, Technical, 






















and kindred workers 


21,0 


391. 


59 


11.5 


a3 


56 


615 


619 


586 


205 


10. Managers, Officials, and 






















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


168 


75 


51. 


107 


2a 


a8 


ia5 


19a 


233 


ao 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


31j2 


229 


226 


U53 


139 


169 


a52 


63a 


633 


167 


12, Sales Workers 


U42 


83 


91. 


190 


39 


59 


175 


20a 


231 


6a 


13 Craftsmen, Foremen, and 






















kindred workers 


301, 


172 


278 


ail 


200 


20a 


208 


213 


266 


116 


llj. Operatives and kindred workers 


1.52 


1.05 


U.7 


536 


3ao 


aoo 


207 


266 


318 


18a 


15. Private household workers 


36 


1.0 


28 


18 


28 


69 


a5 


39 


27 


29 


16. Service workers (except 






















household ) 


30U 


256 


167 


286 


liO. 


22a 


19a 


257 


299 


178 


17. Laborers 


91 


130 


102 


91 


7a 


99 


51 


72 


ai 


66 


TABLE III - continued 


MC-10 


MC-n 


MC-12 


BC-13 


Mc-ia 


MC-15 


MC-16 


MC-17 


MC-18 


MC-19 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


1,099 


1,302 


1,072 


1,631 


7ai 


1,005 


i.5a8 


1,856 


1,995 


6a5 


2. Total Occupied Units 


1,089 


1,263 


1,062 


1,615 


735 


988 


1,520 


1,809 


1,951 


635 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


167 


105 


2U. - 


3a5 


ia5 


212 


317 


199 


171 


91 


h. Single detached Units 






















(Including Trailers) 


70 


103 


77 


119 


67 


150 


160 


56 


66 


50 


5. Median value of Slnglesl . .dollars - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ia,209 


- 


- 


- 


6. Total Units in Five or more 






















unit structures 


562 


681. 


222 


521 


182 


122 


707 


1,228 


i,a7i 


19a 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


1,085 


1,279 


1,058 


1,612 


736 


992 


1,530 


1,833 


1,939 


630 


8. Units with no private bath or 






















no running water or dilapidated 


272 


212 


2 28 


159 


100 


268 


102 


73 


2ao 


171 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


855 


810 


1,01.0 


i,a85 


655 


925 


1,015 


1,260 


i,a75 


395 


10. Units built 19liO or later* 


60 


260 


- 


75 


- 


15 


50 


30 


60 


20 


U, Median persons per occupied unltl 


2.6 


2.9 


3.5 


3.0 


3.5 


3.3 


2.7 


2.2 


2.2 


3.2 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 






















per room or more 


ne 


113 


162 


170 


133 


158 


lai 


13a 


ia9 


128 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


895 


695 


535 


1,365 


3a5 


aio 


i,ao5 


1,635 


1,820 


ai5 


111. All units reporting rents 






















(Both rented and rentable) 


905 


1,161 


839 


l,2a8 


58a 


763 


1,163 


1,557 


1,72a 


530 


15, No. rentals under $20 


26 


102 


93 


32 


5a 


ia9 


6 


li. 


8 


81 


16, From $20 to $39 


307 


577 


6W 


673 


aea 


55a 


299 


387 


261 


321 


17. From $1(0 to $59 


353 


206 


80 


ai7 


35 


55 


377 


729 


82a 


81 


18. Rentals over $60 


219 


276 


23 


126 


n 


5 


aei 


a27 


631 


a? 


19. Median contract monthly 
rent dollars**! 






















U5.08 


35. U5 


26.97 


37.27 


26.63 


2a. a6 


55.19 


a9.o6 


5a. 33 


27.83 



statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Uedians for individual census tracts computed from la class intervals for income; 8 cluse intervals for rent. 
Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



CAilBRIDGE 



P.3 



TABLE I - continued 



MC-20 MC-21 MC-22 MC-23 MC-21i MC-gg MC-26 MC-27 MC-28 MC-29 MC-30 



1. Population - 1950 


h,986 


3,985 


li,766 


3,291 


3,069 


3,192 


3,91l4 


3,l43l4 


3,163 


3,818 


3,li57 


2. Population - 19ti0 


3,36h 
+I48.2 


3,1476 


li,528 


3,521 


2,839 


2,987 


3,800 


3,327 


2,963 


14,006 


3,351 


3. Percent of Change 


+lli.6 


+5.3 


-6.5 


+6.8 


+68.6 


+3.0 


+3.2 


+6.7 


-I4.7 


+3.2 


h. Male Population - 1950 


1,659 


1,671 


1,991 


1,603 


l,l458 


1,303 


1,886 


1,598 


l,li30 


1,872 


1,653 


5. Non-lVhite Population 


30 


82 


22 


3 


306 


23 


500 


210 


115 


11 


105 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


63U 


603 


716 


590 


I438 


I45I4 


672 


562 


I479 


617 


562 


7. No. of Married Couples* 


825 


865 


975 


720 


6I1O 


725 


900 


790 


765 


7I45 


660 


8, Couples with their own 
























household* 


780 


790 


910 


660 


600 


680 


610 


725 


730 


700 


610 


9. Households - Total Number 


1,787 


1,392 


1,272 


8^2 


816 


1,095 


1,009 


956 


902 


976 


885 


10. Institutional Population 


- 


7 


li3 


17I4 


- 


7 


92 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


11. Persons 1 yr. old or orer* 


14,865 


3,935 


li,605 


3,160 


3,015 


3,105 


3,795 


3,380 


3,055 


3,685 


3,3l45 


12. Item 11 - Same residence 
























in 1950 as in 19li9* 


3,885 


3,015 


3,81iO 


2,870 


2,61i5 


2,300 


3,li50 


3,080 


2,735 


3,365 


3,065 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
























school yrs. completed''*' 


lli.l 


13.0 


13.3 


10.7 


12.0 


12.7 


11.3 


11.3 


11.6 


9.6 


10.5 


lii. Total No. of Families and 
























unrelated individuals* 


3,130 


2,210 


1,835 


930 


625 


1,1465 


1,135 


1,105 


1,200 


l,ol45 


970 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


1,220 


580 


lii.5 


80 


70 


295 


1I45 


215 


285 


175 


215 


16. From Sl,500 to $2,999 


605 


li55 


320 


225 


180 


270 


305 


350 


275 


270 


280 


17. From $3,000 to SiU,U99 


535 


ti20 


305 


295 


250 


290 


335 


310 


315 


395 


290 


18. Incomes over Jl4,500 


660 


665 


705 


315 


315 


I480 


300 


205 


295 


180 


170 


19. Median Income . . . dollars** 


2,292 


3,086 


3,(408 


3,516 


3,850 


3,1488 


3,272 


2,900 


3,07l4 


3,176 


2,9l40 


TABLE II - continued 


MC-20 


MC-21 


MC-22 


MC-23 


MC-2I4 


MC-25 


MC-26 


UC-27 


MC-28 


MC-29 


MC-30 


1, Persons under 5 yrs. old 


239 


227 


370 


315 


396 


213 


389 


305 


299 


I450 


285 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


175 


219 


520 


I401 


383 


2145 


516 


liliO 


338 


569 


I452 


3. Persons llt-19 yrs. old 


li63 


190 


32I1 


2148 


193 


158 


338 


283 


235 


310 


335 


li. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


711 


626 


570 


39I4 


2I4O 


1469 


265 


369 


380 


255 


276 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


3,87li 


3,293 


3,li77 


2,278 


2,062 


2,535 


2,615 


2,351 


2,237 


2,l43S 


2,329 


6. Persons Ih yrs, old or over 


li,572 


3,539 


3,876 


2,575 


2,306 


2,73l4 


3,007 


2,689 


2,526 


2,799 


2,720 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
























Labor Force 


2,100 


1,969 


2,137 


1,368 


l,33l4 


I,la2 


l,68l4 


1,1469 


i,l456 


1,557 


1,597 


8. No. of Item 7 einjloyed in 
























month of April, 1950 


2,Oli5 


1,905 


2,096 


1,286 


1,26a 


1,363 


1,591 


i.iao 


1,392 


1,1452 


I,ll8l4 


9. Professional, Technical, 
























and kindred workers 


716 


737 


852 


130 


132 


397 


122 


1I4I 


205 


79 


151 


10. Managers, Officials and 
























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


255 


232 


22I1 


71 


78 


16I4 


90 


79 


88 


78 


100 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


5lii 


301 


308 


293 


287 


3I4I 


317 


325 


3^5 


307 


335 


12. Sales Workers 


197 


llili 


113 


68 


95 


lOlj 


63 


118 


81 


71 


109 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen and 
























kindred workers 


100 


95 


97 


191 


190 


101 


253 


229 


213 


269 


2I43 


111. Operatives and kindred workers 


5I4 


110 


113 


291 


211 


llil 


3I48 


276 


226 


366 


269 


15. Private household workers 


111 


100 


231 


7 


28 


30 


29 


22 


18 


111 


U 


16. Service workers (except 
























household) 


131. 


lli7 


120 


II4O 


179 


82 


231 


157 


II46 


li40 


171 


17. Laborers 


15 


30 


31 


93 


62 


21 


111 


59 


5I4 


107 


91 


TABLE III - continued 


MC-20 


MC-21 


MC-22 


MC-23 


MC-21i 


MC-25 


MC-26 


MC-27 


MC-28 


MC-29 


MC-30 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


1,622 


1,U38 


1,289 


659 


833 


1,199 


1,020 


973 


909 


979 


88I1 


2. Total Occuoied Units 


1,787 


l,li02 


1,269 


6I47 


819 


1,096 


1,008 


959 


901 


976 


877 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


172 


235 


693 


37I4 


272 


219 


I43I 


310 


277 


38I4 


396 


li. Single detached Units 
























(including Trailers) 


153 


196 


I475 


102 


I49 


159 


199 


81 


81 


226 


139 


5. Median value of Singles^ ..dollars 


- 


19,650 


20,000* 


- 


- 


17,771 


8,700 


- 


- 


6,019 


8,106 


6. Total Units in Five or 
























more unit structures 


1,397 


9211 


152 


20 


lOli 


735 


69 


151 


192 


23 


2I4 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


1,807 


l,ll20 


1,283 


856 


630 


1,179 


1,015 


966 


901 


975 


657 


8, Units with no private bath or 
























no running water or dilapidated 


15 


32 


3I4 


36 


11 


63 


33 


82 


76 


9I4 


35 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


980 


970 


700 


I495 


510 


530 


660 


865 


770 


705 


555 


10. Units built 19Up or later* 


5 


90 


30 


- 


100 


130 


100 


_ 


I45 


95 


5 


11. Median persons per occupied unitl 


2.0 


2.2 


3.3 


3.ti 


3.5 


2.3 


3.I4 


3.2 


3.1 


3.7 


3.6 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 
























per room or more 


65 


66 


I42 


90 


6I4 


6I4 


130 


96 


8I4 


II43 


85 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


l,6l40 


1,370 


l,l5o 


760 


805 


1,010 


870 


775 


755 


665 


850 


Ih. All units reporting rents 
























(Both rented and rentable) 


1,530 


1,125 


562 


I465 


5I46 


933 


561 


637 


613 


580 


I47I1 


15. No. rentals under S20 


1 


13 


2 


5 


- 


6 


20 


10 


17 


1.3 


3 


16. From «20 to $39 


I49 


180 


57 


279 


31.7 


91 


ia8 


375 


373 


1.85 


291. 


17. From SljO to $59 


63I1 


2I18 


250 


162 


150 


339 


93 


198 


189 


35 


165 


16, Rentals 860 and over 


8U6 


681j 


253 


19 


I49 


I497 


30 


5I4 


3I4 


17 


12 


19. Median contract monthly 
























rent dollars '^■*1 


62.76 


65.70 


56.55 


36.82 


37.01 


61.95 


3I1.09 


36.56 


36.3I4 


30.I18 


36.7I4 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
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OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


SC-l 


SC-2 


SC-3 


SC-l. 


sc-5 


SC-6 


SC-7 


1. 


Population - 1950 


36,912 


10,291. 


7,016 


518 


8,51.0 


667 


5,281 


6,596 


2. 


Population - 19liO» 


la, 259 
















3. 


Percent of Change 


-5.7 
















U. 


Male Population - 1950 


19,686 


5,oU3 


3,1.32 


U62 


l.,322 


538 


2,629 


3,260 


5. 


Non-White Population 


325 


la 


17 


6 


199 


28 


31 


3 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


9,oa6 


2,11.7 


1,326 


llJ. 


2,355 


li. 


1,31.3 


1,71.7 


7. 


No. of Married Couples'* 


8,1.75 


2,310 


1,61.5 


- 


1,790 


1,5 


1,095 


1,590 


6. 


Couples with their own household* 


7,805 


2,095 


1,505 


- 


1,635 


1.0 


1,01.0 


1,1.90 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


10,529 


2,816 


1,878 


1. 


2.501. 


33 


1,509 


1,785 


10. 


Institutional Population 


222 


- 


9 


212 


. 


1 






U. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


38,21)0 


10,180 


6,915 


520 


8,320 


660 


5,165 


6,1.80 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 




















in 1950 as in 191*9* 


3l»,960 


9,320 


6,1.55 


31.0 


7,715 


295 


l.,86o 


5,975 


13. 


25 yre. or over - median 




















school yrs. completed* 


9.9 


10.0 


11.3 


- 


8.8 


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9.0 


9.6 


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Total No. of Families and 




















unrelated individuals* 


12,590 


3,220 


2,035 


285 


2,730 


585 


1,695 


2,01.0 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


2,855 


770 


295 


135 


670 


21.0 


1U.0 


305 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


3,575 


865 


500 


130 


915 


90 


550 


525 


17. 


From $3,000 to $lj,ii99 


3,225 


8Uj 


6U0 


10 


700 


1.5 


385 


615 


18. 


Incomes $li,500 and over 


2,035 


580 


520 


- 


285 


25 


155 


a70 


19. 


Median Income . . . dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


2,751. 
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2,820 


3,1.06 


' 


2,382 


1,357 


2,531 


3,238 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


SC-l 


SC-2 


SC-3 


SC-l. 


sc-5 


SC-6 


SC-7 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,620 


1,018 


700 


3 


835 


27 


1.83 


551. 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


5,11.3 


1,338 


976 


1 


1,177 


13 


709 


929 


3. 


Persons llj-19 yrs. old 


3,317 


891. 


539 


U 


707 


120 


U53 


600 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


3,221 


885 


5ia 


108 


791 


1 


1.07 


1.88 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


26,182 


6,885 


lj,709 


508 


5,706 


1.07 


3,562 


l.,1.05 


6. 


Persons Uj yrs. old or over 


30,11.9 


7,938 


5,3U0 


511. 


6,528 


627 


l.,089 


5,113 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civlliaii 




















labor Force 


15,6U, 


l.,299 


2,811. 


151 


3,10.9 


1 


2,186 


2,771, 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 




















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il.,l.U. 


l.,oo5 


2,673 


ii.9 


3,057 


- 


1,999 


2,561 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 




















and kindred workers 


959 


306 


251. 


35 


6k 


_ 


80 


200 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 




















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


i,U.o 


31.6 


383 


3 


235 


_ 


126 


31.7 


n. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


2,059 


631 


Ul6 


10 


321. 


- 


253 


1.25 


12. 


Sales Workers 


1,237 


291. 


21.8 


- 


229 


- 


205 


261 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen and 




















kindred workers 


2,007 


596 


388 


9 


392 


. 


258 


36U 


11*. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


l.,21.3 


1,185 


596 


11. 


1,153 


_ 


683 


612 


15. 


Private household workers 


76 


29 


15 


- 


20 


_ 


7 


5 


16. 


Service workers (except 




















household) 


1,332 


369 


215 


71 


266 


. 


181 


230 


17. 


Laborers 

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993 

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2U. 


131. 


5 


336 


~ 


192 


112 




TICS OF DWELLING OHITS 


TOIAL 


SC-l 


SC-2 


SC-3 


SC-l. 


sc-5 


SC-6 


SC-7 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


10,729 


2,863 


1,935 


5 


2,533 


38 


1,550 


1,805 


2. 


Total OcouDied Units 


10,588 


2,822 


1,918 


5 


2,501 


33 


1,519 


1,790 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


2,709 


8m 


751 


- 


37U 




265 


1.78 


li. 


Single detached Units 




















(including Trailers) 


772 


305 


296 


3 


66 


6 


38 


58 


5. 


Median value of Singles.. dollarsl 


6,921. 


6,629 


9,791. 




_ 


_ 






6. 


Total Units in Five or 




















more unit structures 


1,961. 


383 


182 


_ 


791 


_ 


390 


218 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


10,366 


2,786 


1,888 


1. 


2,a61 


37 


I.UIO 


1,780 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 




















no running water or dilapidated 


i,a55 


lOl 


105 


- 


611, 


_ 


298 


27 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


9,065 


2,720 


1,31.0 


10 


2,375 


- 


1,220 


1,1.00 


10. 


Units built 191)0 or later* 


185 


1.5 


75 


- 


30 


25 


_ 


10 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit^ 


3.3 


3.1. 


3.5 


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3.1 




3.2 


3.5 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 




















per room or more 


1,315 


372 


155 


1 


1,01 


- 


217 


169 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


6,875 


1,900 


1,715 


5 


980 


35 


820 


1,1.20 


11.. 


All units reporting rents 




















(Both rented and rentable) 


7,680 


1,931. 


1,137 


5 


2,083 


37 


1,196 


1,288 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


1,095 


281. 


18 


- 


527 




21.6 


20 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


5,01.6 


1,219 


659 


- 


1,1.58 


. 


783 


927 


17. 


From ihO to $59 


1,211. 


322 


352 


3 


88 


_ 


150 


299 


18. 


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325 


109 


108 


2 


10 


37 


17 


1.2 


19. 


Median contract monthly 




















rent , dollars**^ 


30.88 


28.1.8 


36.22 


— 


21..10 


- 


27.25 


3a.06 







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TABLE I - CHARACIERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



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EC-n 



1. Population - 1950 15,720 

2. Population - 191x0* lli,179 

3. Percent of Change +10.8 
h. Male Population - 1950 7,569 

5. Non-'.Vhite Population Il6 

6. Foreign-Bom White Population l,96l4 

7. No. of riarried Couples'* 2,780 

8. Couples with their own 

household* 2,5UO 

9. Households - Total Number 3,695 

10. Institutional Population 2,653 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* l5,lLi0 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 19li9* 13,095 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 11.2 
llj. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 3,920 

15. No. Incomes under 31,500* 590 

16. From ;a,500 to ?2,999 l,lilO 

17. From $3,000 to Slj,!i99 1,180 

18. Incomes 5!lj,500 and over 760 

19. Median Income ... dollars** 3,106 

TABLE II - AGE AMD ECO- TOWN 

NOHIC CHARACTERISTICS TOTAL 



12,893 



6,208 

28 

1,296 

2,765 

2,535 

3,680 

87 

12,380 

10,730 

12.0 

3,730 

550 

1,015 

1,170 

755 
3,198 



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2,827 

1,361 

18 

668 

15 

5 

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2,566 
2,760 

2,365 

8.7 

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1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 1,335 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 1,783 

3. Persons lit - 19 yrs. old 1,055 
h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 2,001 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or oirer 11,371 

6. Persons lli yrs. old or over 12,602 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 5,583 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 5,383 

9. Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 722 

10. Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 565 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 13h 

12. Sales Workers 313 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 86I 

lli. Operatives and kindred workers 1,358 

15. ft-ivate household workers 7h 

16. Service workers (except 

household) h91 

17. Laborers 23$ 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- TO\W 

TIGS OF DWELLING UNITS TOTAL 



1,329 
1,777 
1,003 
1,U38 
8,632 
9,787 

5,361 

5,162 

668 

555 
722 
312 

855 

l,3l45 
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372 
229 

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563 

2,739 

2,815 

222 

221 

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16, 
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18, 
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Total Dwelling Units 3,876 

Total Occupied Units 3,705 

Owner-occupied Units 2,li80 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 2,291) 

Median value of Singles-dollars-'- 8,592 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 195 

Total Units reporting condition 3,818 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 266 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 2,685 

Units built 19ljO or later* UlO 

Median persons per occupied unit 3.2 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

per room or more 268 

Units reporting central heat* 3,175 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 987 

No. rentals under $20 63 

From $20 to 339 535 

From SljO to 859 285 

Rentals $60 and over lOli 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**! 36.07 



3,868 
3,698 
2,lj80 

2,288 
8,592 

195 
3,810 

266 

2,670 

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3.2 

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3,165 

981 
62 
535 
280 
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**Medians for Indi-vidual census tracts computed from II4 class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 
Median not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



DEDHAM 





TABLE I - CHARACffiEISTICS 


TOWN 










OF TBE POPUUVnON 


TOTAL 


NC-22 


NC-23 


NC-21. 


1. 


Population - 1950 


18,1,87 


8,573 


2,725 


7,189 


2, 


PopulaUon - 19liO* 


15,508 








3. 


Percent of Change 


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k. 


Male Population - 1950 


8,921 


I.,187 


1,265 


3,a69 


5. 


Non-White Population 


38 


10 


7 


21 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


2,680 


1,1.23 


31.8 


909 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


li,225 


1,965 


550 


1,710 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


3,9l45 


1,815 


520 


1,610 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


5,oil4 


2,328 


717 


1,969 


10. 


Institutional Population 


152 


- 


120 


32 


u. 


Persons 1 yr. eld or over* 


18, 050 


8,365 


2,715 


6,970 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 












in 1950 as in 19li9* 


15,595 


7,2hO 


2,225 


6,130 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 












school yrs. completed* 


12.1 


10.6 


12.5 


12.3 


li.. 


Total No. of Families and 












unrelated individuals* 


5,l430 


2,380 


995 


2,055 


1$. 


No. Incomes under SI, 500* 


no 


320 


210 


210 


16. 


From 81,500 to $2,999 


1,185 


61.0 


175 


370 


17. 


From J2,000 to %h,h99 


l,l430 


665 


165 


580 


18. 


Incomes $lj,500 and over 


1,625 


550 


325 


750 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,593 

TUWN 


3,2ia 


3,108 


3,902 




NOMIC CmKACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


NC-22 


NC-23 


NC-2U 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


1,872 


899 


222 


751 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


2,702 


1,282 


355 


1,065 


3. 


Persons lli-19 yrs. old 


1,1)72 


691 


207 


571. 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


1,698 


686 


390 


622 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


12,226 


5,602 


1,903 


l.,721 


6. 


Persons Ik yrs. old or over 


13,913 


6,392 


2,11*8 


5,373 


7. 


No. of Item 6 In Civilian 












Labor Force 


7,332 


3,1.80 


1,070 


2,782 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 












month of AprU, 1950 


6,981^ 


3,285 


1,033 


2,666 


9. 


ft-ofessional. Technical 












and kindred workers 


815 


216 


a9 


380 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 












Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


657 


200 


ihii 


313 


U. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


1,315 


632 


168 


515 


12. 


Sales Workers 


1.95 


215 


75 


205 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen and 












kindred workers 


1,360 


71.8 


80 


532 


lit. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1,190 


711 


86 


393 


15. 


FWvate household workers 


233 


111 


152 


to 


16. 


Service workers (except 












household) 


1.71 


258 


65 


U.8 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE ni - CHAEACTERIS- 


1.07 

TOWN 


2U3 


1.1 


123 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-22 


NC-23 


NC-2U 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


5,122 


2,361 


737 


2,02a 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


5,019 


2,320 


721 


1,978 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


3,639 


1,1.65 


1.95 


1,679 


h. 


Single detached Units 












(Including Q-ailers) 

Median value of Singles.. dollars^ 


3,5U5 


1,328 


517 


1,700 


5. 


11,1456 


- 


- 


9,068 


6. 


Total Units in five or 












more unit structures 


131. 


78 


SO 


6 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


5, Ola 


2,326 


711, 


2,001 


8. 


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38U 


237 


25 


122 


9., 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


2,720 


1,1.20 


625 


675 


10. 


Units built 19U0 or later* 


51.5 


210 


30 


305 


11. 


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3.1. 


3.1. 


3.3 


3.1. 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 












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399 


237 


18 


il|li 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


1.,315 


1,870 


670 


1,775 


U. 


All units reporting rents 












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1,307 


829 


199 


279 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


91. 


79 


8 


7 


16. 


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803 


590 


67 


li,6 


17. 


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281, 


13U 


6U 


86 


18. 


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126 


26 


60 


1.0 


19. 


Median contract monthly 












rent dollar8**l 


33.92 


29.1.3 


a6.i2 


38.11. 



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CITT 


















OF THE POPUUTIOH 


TOTAL 


MC-1.6 


HC-1.7 


HC-1.8 


MC-a9 


uc-50 


MC-51 


uc-52 


1. 


PopulaUon - 1950 


1.5,982 


7,306 


9,6U6 


8,327 


5,333 


8,oao 


a,679 


2,651 


2. 


Population - 19l»0» 


l»6,781i 
















3. 


Perce nt of Change 


-1.7 
















h. 


Male Population - 1950 


22,163 


3,1.58 


i.,59a 


l.,020 


2,597 


3,870 


2,31a 


1,310 


5. 


Non-White Population 


797 


lU. 


18U 


121 


150 


105 


29 


6a 


6. 


Foreign-Born White Pop. 


8,697 


1,388 


1,789 


1,628 


1,013 


i,a8a 


965 


a3o 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


10,770 


1,780 


2,250 


1,980 


1,200 


1,825 


i,ia5 


590 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


9,895 


1,620 


2,075 


1,855 


1,075 


i,6ao 


1,080 


550 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


12,1.51. 


1,967 


2,7U7 


2,259 


1,359 


2,21a 


1,272 


636 


10. 


Institutional Pooulation 


16 


11 


5 


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- 


- 


- 


- 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


1.5,31.0 


7,295 


9,510 


8,185 


5,250 


7,900 


a,6i5 


2,585 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 




















In 1950 as in 19h9* 


la, 930 


6,760 


8,855 


7,575 


a, 795 


7,335 


a,275 


2,335 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 




















school yrs. completed* 


10.7 


10. e 


U.3 


10.5 


9.7 


10.9 


11.2 


8.7 


ll>. 


Total No. of Families and 




















unrelated individuals* 


13,785 


2,180 


2,81.0 


2,1.65 


1,685 


2,565 


1,310 


7ao 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


2,320 


1.00 


390 


U85 


305 


a6o 


180 


100 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


3,195 


505 


620 


565 


a65 


620 


215 


205 


17. 


From $3,000 to $li,lt99 


l.,055 


625 


885 


680 


aso 


690 


a55 


270 


18. 


Incomes $U,500 and over 


3,135 


5U0 


700 


590 


290 


555 


335 


125 


19. 


Median Income ..,, dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,310 
OIK 


3,265 


3,331. 


3,200 


2,957 


3,120 


3,a9a 


3,173 




NOMIC CHARACTERISnCS 


TOTAL 


UC-lj6 


UC-1.7 


UC-1,8 


VC-ii9 


UC-50 


MC-51 


MC-52 


1. 


Psrsons under 5 yrs. old 


a, 1.82 


689 


972 


79U 


527 


753 


a5i 


296 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs, old 


5,996 


991 


1,156 


1,031 


69a 


1,063 


630 


a3i 


3. 


Persons IJ4-I9 yrs. old 


3,920 


620 


739 


71.2 


a58 


680 


ai5 


266 


li. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


3,996 


568 


968 


676 


a85 


790 


339 


170 


S. 


Persons a yrs. old or over 


30,885 


l.,886 


6,6U. 


5,630 


3,581 


5,aia 


3,118 


1,615 


6. 


Persons llj yrs. old or over 


35,501. 


5,626 


7,518 


6,502 


a, 112 


6,22a 


3,598 


1,92a 


7. 


No, of Item 6 in Civilian 




















Labor Force 


19,212 


3,138 


3,996 


3,1.27 


2,270 


3,330 


1,986 


1,065 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 




















month of April, 1950 


17,865 


2,932 


3,709 


3,278 


2,oa2 


3,128 


1,80a 


972 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 




















and kindred workers 


1,318 


260 


30a 


221. 


130 


258 


U6 


26 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 




















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1,203 


179 


2ia. 


237 


121 


180 


207 


35 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


3,251. 


527 


768 


631. 


292 


616 


313 


loa 


12. 


Sales Workers 


1,261 


228 


253 


226 


106 


175 


223 


50 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 




















kindred workers 


3,1.09 


615 


767 


627 


358 


569 


310 


163 


111. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


l.,5U6 


681 


856 


821. 


6ai 


786 


39a 


36a 


IS. 


Private household workers 


95 


li. 


19 


13 


13 


27 


7 


2 


16. 


Service workers (except 




















household) 


1,105 


230 


29U 


21.9 


181 


266 


116 


99 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE in - CHARACIERIS- 


1,189 

CITI 


166 


179 


207 


193 


219 


106 


119 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


UC-1.6 


UC-li7 


UC-1.8 


MC-a9 


MC-50 


MC-51 


MC-52 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


12,778 


2,2U9 


2,767 


2,265 


1,380 


2,209 


1,275 


633 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


12,1.01. 


1,965 


2,736 


2,21.6 


1,360 


2,199 


1,266 


632 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


5,271. 


997 


1,297 


956 


a98 


8a8 


a87 


191 


h. 


Single detached Units 




















(including Trailers) 


2,692 


631 


685 


351 


357 


ai6 


13a 


118 


S. 


Median value of Singles.. dollars-^ 


8,691. 


8,937 


8,926 


8,951. 


7,033 


8,016 


9,127 


- 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 




















more unit structures 


797 


37 


11.3 


97 


180 


232 


5a 


5a 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


12,1.50 


2,176 


2.695 


2,205 


1,358 


2,13a 


1,262 


620 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 




















no running water or dilapidated 


573 


50 


115 


75 


152 


73 


35 


73 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


9,1.75 


1,225 


2,065 


1,1.90 


1,325 


1,990 


780 


600 


10, 


Units built 19liO or later* 


395 


320 


35 


10 


10 


- 


20 


- 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit-*- 


3.3 


3.5 


3.3 


3.1. 


3.5 


3.2 


3.6 


3.9 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 




















per room or more 


1,251. 


168 


216 


238 


168 


217 


126 


121 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


10,800 


1,765 


2,520 


1,965 


1,185 


1,915 


1,125 


325 


lit. 


All units reporting rents 




















(Both rented and rentable) 


6,910 


938 


1,396 


1,230 


856 


1,312 


758 


a2o 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


195 


16 


26 


18 


18 


23 


10 


sa 


16, 


From $20 to $39 


l.,859 


668 


896 


896 


627 


907 


5a3 


322 


17. 


From $U0 to $59 


1,61.0 


219 


1.29 


281. 


181 


338 


179 


10 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


216 


35 


1.5 


32 


30 


aa 


26 


h 


19. 


Median contract monthly rent 




















dollars**! 


33.1.2 


31.. 91 


35.90 


3a. 52 


32.27 


3a. 78 


3a. 2a 


2a. ao 



*Statistio3 based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
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OF THE POPULATION 


TOtAL 


MC-ltjO 


MC-llil 


MC-1U2 


MC-11.3 


MC-lljl. 


1. 


, Population - ly50 


28,086 


2,905 


2,183 


5,362 


8,31.8 


8,988 


2. 


. Population - 19ijOa 


23,aij 












3. 


Percent of Change 


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h. 


Male Population - 1950 


13,582 


l,Ul)4 


1,253 


2,396 


..,31.1. 


1.,175 


5. 


Non-Vfhite Population 


192 


1 


7 


53 


61 


70 


6, 


Foreign-Born Population 


3,656 


31i4 


21i3 


503 


951. 


1,61.2 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


5,900 


620 


605 


1,315 


1,520 


1,81.0 


8. 


Couples with their ovm household* 


5,385 


555 


575 


1,205 


1,375 


1,675 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


7,155 


7I46 


675 


1,1.29 


1,995 


2,308 


10. 


Institutional Population 


li02 


- 


- 


60 


30 


312 


U. 


Persons 1 yr. oH or over* 


27,190 


2,8l40 


2,3U0 


5,170 


8,110 


8,730 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 
















in 1950 as in 19li9* 


22,750 


2,5!45 


2,005 


l.,3l.O 


6,090 


7,770 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 
















school yrs. completed* 


11.8 


11.2 


12.5 


12.1. 


12.0 


10.0 


u. 


Total No. of Families and 
















unrelated individuals* 


10,U20 


725 


780 


2,035 


l.,095 


2,785 


15. 


No. Incomes under Si, 500* 


2,300 


85 


180 


530 


960 


51.5 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


2,295 


165 


110 


305 


1,005 


710 


17. 


From *3,000 to $it,h99 


2,ll30 


190 


160 


1.60 


930 


690 


18. 


Incomes S[j,500 and over 


2,3ljO 


220 


290 


530 


720 


580 


19. 


Median Income dollars** 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,05a 
TOWN 


3,607 


lj,056 


3,176 


2,808 


3,015 




NOMIC CHARACIEPISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-IUO 


MC-lljl 


MC-llj2 


Mc-iy 


MC-11.1. 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,705 


393 


338 


530 


616 


628 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


3,177 


hill 


3li6 


630 


711 


1,056 


3. 


Persons 1)4 - 19 yrs. old 


2,lli6 


267 


169 


1.63 


500 


71.7 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


2,531 


221j 


169 


536 


862 


7ao 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


l?,61ilj 


1,775 


1,609 


3,630 


6,1.22 


6,208 


6. 


Persons 11* yrs. old or over 


22,20U 


2,078 


1,799 


l.,202 


7,021 


7,101. 


7. 


No. of Item 6 iji Civilian 
















labor Force 


12,283 


1,208 


0I48 


2,215 


3,825 


l.,087 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 
















month of April, 1950 


ll,39lt 


1,171 


9liO 


2,161. 


3,199 


3,920 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 
















and kindred workers 


1,378 


76 


191 


356 


1.1.9 


306 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1,089 


55 


163 


319 


300 


252 


n. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


l,lj61, 


11*2 


90 


301 


1.92 


1.39 


12. 


Sales Workers 


782 


73 


88 


165 


258 


198 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
















kindred workers 


1,698 


197 


121. 


338 


1.38 


601 


111. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


2,913 


halt 


108 


321 


761 


1,299 


15. 


Private household workers 


209 


16 


52 


61 


1.5 


35 


16. 


Service workers (except 
















household) 


1,135 


97 


55 


226 


316 


I.U. 


17. 


laborers 

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652 
TOVTO 


87 


62 


71 


128 


301. 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-lhO 


Mc-Da 


MC-1)!2 


MC-ll.3 


MC-llJ. 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


7,321 


766 


737 


1,1.80 


1,988 


2,3a8 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


7,105 


7ljli 


673 


1,1.33 


1,960 


2,295 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


a,o66 


501, 


563 


952 


853 


1,191. 


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(including Trailers) 


3,61i8 


1.96 


660 


931 


691. 


861. 


5. 


;.'edian value of Singles-dollars^ 


10.679 


9,251 


12,373 


12,1.26 


11,529 


8,678 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 
















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671 


1*2 


13 


6U 


291. 


258 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


7,163 


732 


726 


1,1.68 


1,950 


2,287 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 
















no running water or dilapidated 


681 


81 


31 


55 


231 


283 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


l4,li05 


550 


295 


61.0 


1,320 


1,600 


10. 


Units built I9I4O or later* 


835 


150 


275 


265 


60 


85 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


3.2 


3.I1 


3.5 


3.2 


2.9 


3.1. 


12. 


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556 


58 


31. 


75 


126 


263 


13. 


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6,lli0 


515 


650 


1,315 


1,825 


1,835 


llj. 


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2,896 


222 


83 


1.62 


1,063 


1,066 


15. 


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II49 


51i 


1. 


6 


35 


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16. 


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176 


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1.31 


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23 


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106 


153 


77 


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37.ij5 


26.63 


- 


1.5.13 


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TABLE I - CHAHACTERISTICS 


TOWN 








OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


PC-2 


PC-3 


1. 


Population - 1950 


10,665 


7,503 


3,162 


2. 


Population - 19ltO* 


8,003 






3. 


Percent of change 


+33.3 






U. 


Male Population - 1950 


5,081 


3,58b 


1,1»97 
15 


5. 


Non-White Population 


38 


23 


6. 


Foreign-Bom '.Vhite Pop. 


869 


61j8 


221 
735 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


2,3U0 


1,605 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


2,175 


1,U90 


685 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


3,060 


2,155 


905 
6 


10. 


Institutional Population 


13 


7 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


io,l4o5 


7,3ao 


3,065 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 










in 1950 as in 19U9* 


8,855 


6,225 


2,630 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 










school yrs. completed* 


12.6 


02.6 


12.6 


Uj. 


Total No. of Families and 










unrelated Individuals* 


3,100 


2,220 


680 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


515 


380 


135 


16. 


From «1,500 to $2,999 


625 


1j95 


130 


17. 


From $3,000 to $h,h99 


630 


U30 


200 

21i5 


18. 


Incomes $li,500 and over 


890 


6U5 


19. 


Median Income dollars** 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,h37 
TOWN 


3,270 


3,571 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


PC-2 


PC-3 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


1,286 


900 


386 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


1,66a 


1,1UU 


520 


3. 


Persons llj-19 yrs. old 


70U 


506 


198 


li. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


956 


699 


257 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


6,898 


U,869 


2,029 


6. 


Persons Ih yrs. old or over 


7,715 


5,1.59 


2,256 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 










Labor Force 


3,703 


2,658 


i,o1j5 


6. 


No, of Item 7 employed in 










month of April, 1950 


3,592 


2,571 


1,021 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 










and kindred workers 


652 


IjljS 


20U 


10. 


lAanagers, Officials, and 










Proprietors, (inc. Farms) 


616 


lii5 


201 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


U71 


36U 


107 


12. 


Sales Workers 


l4l2 


316 


96 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 










kindred workers 


513 


3W 


171 


111. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


287 


198 


89 


15. 


Private household workers 


128 


108 


20 


16. 


Service workers (except 










household) 


213 


163 


50 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACffiRIS- 


23I4 

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TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


PC-2 


PC-3 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


3,396 


2,1,38 


958 


2. 


Total occupied units 


3,066 


2,165 


901 


3. 


Owner occupied units 


2,257 


1,567 


690 


It. 


Single detached units 










(including Trailers) 


2,765 


1,971 


79I1 


5. 


Median value of singles.. dollars^ 


12,U05 


11,861» 


13,U27 


6. 


Total units in 5 or more 










unit structures 


ho 


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7. 


Total units reporting condition 


3,308 


2,385 


923 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 










no running water or dilapidated 


183 


156 


27 
1,55 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


1,720 


1,265 


10. 


Units built 19I4O or later* 


665 


U30 


235 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unltl 


3.3 


3.2 


3.I1 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 
per room or more 


186 


116 


70 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


2,380 


1,570 


810 


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All units reporting rents 










(Both rented and rentable) 


69$ 


533 


163 


15. 


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25 


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321i 


239 


85 


17. 


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175 


131 


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16. 


Rentals $60 and over 


172 


139 


33 


19. 


Median contract monthly 
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39.63 


39.96 


38.88 



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TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



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1. Population - 1950 17,335 

2. Population - 19li0a 13,187 

3. Percent of Change +31.5 
h. Male Population - 1950 ?,357 

5. Non-White Population 89 

6. Foreign-Born Vfhite Pop. 2,26U 

7. No. of Harried Couples* 3,525 

8. Couples with their own household* 3,250 

9. Households - Total Number lj,010 

10. Institutional Population 2,Oi48 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 17,057 

12. Item 11 - Same residence in 195o as in 19l49* 111, 782 

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school yrs, completed* 12.3 
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unrelated individuals* Ii,l460 

15. No. Incomes under ^1,500* 680 

16. From ?1,500 to $2,999 735 

17. From 33,000 to $U,h99 1,115 

18. Incomes $li,500 and over 1,725 

19. Median Income dollars** 3,958 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- TOVfN 

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13 
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1,350 
1,73U 

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265 
290 

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1,317 
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385 
570 

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850 
957 

3,532 
3,097 

12.3 

1,085 
11*5 
165 
315 
1*35 

1*,000 



MC-129 



2,035 



962 

56 
571. 



2 

2,031 
2,01*0 
1,705 



MC-130 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 1,733 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 2,392 

3. Persons lli-19 yrs, old 1,223 
1*. Persons 65 yrs, old or over 1,851 

5, Persons 21 yrs. old or over ll,8o2 

6, Persons 11* yrs. eld or over 13,210 

7, No. of Item 6 in Civilian Labor Force 5,777 

8, No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 5,632 

9, Professional, Technical and kindred workers 1,077 

10. Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 930 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 807 

12. Sales V.'orkers 581* 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen and kindred workers 871 
llj. Operatives and kindred workers 531 

15. Private household workers 135 

16. Service vrorkers (except household) 370 

17. Laborers 261 

TABI£ III - CHARACTEPIS- TOWN 

TICS OF DWELLING UNITS TOTAL 



9. 
10. 

11. 
12. 

13. 
11*. 

15. 
16. 
17. 

le. 

19. 



777 
1,005 
1*51* 
561 
1*,297 
1*,821 
2,1*73 

2,1*11* 
1*82 

397 
311 
267 
380 
220 
70 
112 

11.5 



MC-127 



572 

71*2 

385 

1*70 

3,376 

3,818 

1,958 

1,917 

387 

273 
275 
212 
268 
161* 

1*3 
186 

82 



MC-128 



Total Dwelling Units 

Total Occupied Units 

Owner-occupied Units 

Single detached Units 

( including Trailers ) 

Median value of Singles... dollarsl 

Total Units in Five or more unit structures 

Total Units reporting condition 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 

Units built 191*0 or later* 

Median persons per occupied unit! 

Units reporting 1,01 persons 

per room or more 

Units reporting central heat* 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 

No, rentals under 820 

From «20 to $39 

From $1*0 to $59 

Rentals $60 and over 

Median contract monthly rent.,, dollars" 



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1*,103 
3,986 
3,388 

3,519 

13,025 

9 

3,959 

120 
1,570 
1,135 

3.6 

218 

3,U05 

510 

18 

229 

179 

6h 

1*0.89 



1,776 
1,721* 
1,1*81* 

1,558 
12,883 

1.731 

59 
655 
570 
3.6 

95 
1,355 

203 
10 
97 
66 

30 
38,60 



1,356 
1,311* 
1,107 

1,175 

13,188 

9 

1,266 

la 
5US 
365 
3.6 

68 
1,175 

166 

6 

68 

56 

36 

1*2.1*0 



381 
51*6 
303 

280 
2,281, 
2,638 
1,31*6 

1,301 
208 

260 

221 

105 

223 

11*7 

22 

72 

31* 



MC-129 



969 
91*8 
797 

786 
12,71*6 

962 

20 
370 
200 
3.5 

55 

875 

iia 

2 

61* 

57 

18 

1*0.57 



3 
99 

81 

51*0 

1,81*5 

1,933 



MC-130 



Statistics based on 20 percent sajnple. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
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TABLE I - CHARACTERTSTICS 


CITI 
























OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


EC-23 


EC-21. 


EC-25 


EC-26 


EC-27 


EC-28 


EC-29 


EC-30 


EC-31 


EC-32 


1. 


Population - 1950 


99,738 


l.,308 


5,812 


5,086 


5,51.6 


6,1.61 


a,976 


3,982 


a, 502 


3,900 


3,930 


2. 


Population - I9I1O* 


98,123 






















3. 


Percent of Change 


+1.6 






















il. 


Male Population - 1950 


a7,762 


2,069 


2,71.9 


2,352 


2,61.9 


3,186 


2,aa3 


1,999 


2,207 


i,8ai 


1,815 


5. 


Non-White Population 


1,011. 


5 


20 


1 


6 


7 


5 


9 


5 


1 


6 


6. 


Foreign-Born White Pop. 


17,131 


586 


709 


908 


707 


1,118 


903 


852 


929 


816 


900 


7. 


No. of Married Couples 


23,100 


1,085 


1,350 


1,190 


1,505 


1,585 


i,iao 


sao 


1,000 


915 


1,070 


8. 


Couples with their own 


























household* 


21,3liO 


990 


1,225 


1,095 


1,395 


1,1.55 


1,095 


795 


910 


875 


995 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


29,323 


1,231. 


1,708 


1,391 


1,631 


1,822 


i,a3i 


1,096 


1,271 


l,ia9 


i,2aa 


10. 


Institutional Population 


U57 


- 


13 


51 


25 


11.9 


9 


- 


- 


ao 


83 


U. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


97,660 


I.,235 


5,730 


a, 91.0 


5,a35 


6,350 


a,7a5 


3,885 


a,aa5 


3,875 


3,900 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 


























in 1950 as in 19lj9* 


87,lj80 


3,865 


5,280 


l.,5oo 


1.,815 


5,780 


a,3oo 


3,570 


a, 055 


3,5a5 


3,380 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 


























school y-rs. completed* 


11.0 


12.1 


12.0 


10.1. 


12.0 


11.7 


10.8 


9.9 


9.7 


10.5 


10.8 


Ih. 


Total No. of Families and 


























unrelated individuals* 


3U,200 


1,295 


1,765 


1,725 


1,71.0 


1,800 


1,500 


1,200 


1,510 


i,a35 


l,6ao 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


7.1.75 


180 


290 


350 


21.5 


195 


255 


2ao 


265 


350 


360 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


8,190 


210 


365 


320 


225 


280 


310 


305 


380 


a55 


390 


17. 


From ^3,000 to $lj,ij99 


9,935 


510 


585 


575 


61.0 


735 


525 


3a5 


a35 


aoo 


a75 


18. 


Incomes Sli.SOO and over 


7,050 


365 


1.80 


1.00 


5a5 


500 


320 


255 


385 


200 


360 


19, 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,100 
CITI 


3,610 


3,1.56 


3,277 


3,883 


3,61.3 


3,318 


3,089 


3,186 


2,707 


3,101 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-23 


EC-21j 


EC-25 


EC-26 


EC-27 


EC-28 


EC-29 


EC-30 


EC-31 


EC-32 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


9,310 


389 


1.85 


528 


1.87 


690 


a5a 


375 


a39 


358 


297 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


11,959 


535 


691 


583 


783 


826 


670 


55a 


583 


a5o 


3a2 


3. 


Persons llj - 19 yrs. old 


6,920 


316 


386 


1^9 


375 


i.oa 


383 


277 


370 


279 


25a 


U. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


11,269 


507 


703 


565 


551. 


587 


aTl 


320 


3a7 


ao2 


627 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


70,317 


3,011. 


l.,l8o 


3,1.79 


3,853 


a, 1.65 


3,ao6 


2,726 


3,050 


2,768 


2,985 


6. 


Persons llj yrs. old or over 


78,1469 


3,381. 


l.,636 


3,975 


l.,276 


1.,91.5 


3,852 


3,053 


3,a80 


3,092 


3,291 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 


























I^bor Force 


lt3,219 


1,770 


2,1.30 


2,250 


2,196 


2,581. 


2,095 


l,7a8 


2,020 


i,7a7 


1,790 


6. 


No. of Item 7 en^jloyed in 


























month of April, 1950 


liO,51ili 


1,692 


2,322 


2,120 


2,121 


2,509 


1,986 


i,6a6 


1,889 


i,6a2 


1,691 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 


























and kindred workers 


3,600 


191 


291. 


291. 


279 


217 


192 


79 


102 


126 


136 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 


























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


3,113 


156 


185 


11.7 


266 


117 


112 


7a 


7a 


78 


156 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


6,li30 


329 


1.36 


331 


289 


1.20 


3a7 


228 


29a 


273 


305 


12. 


Sales Workers 


2,797 


131. 


173 


11.0 


135 


122 


na 


71 


107 


91 


12a 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 


























kindred workers 


6,899 


331 


1.66 


392 


1.78 


602 


357 


273 


302 


256 


2a7 


11. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


12,075 


31.6 


510 


578 


1.21. 


721 


629 


67; 


7aa 


568 


a93 


15. 


Private household workers 


ia9 


10 


20 


12 


11 


13 


12 


3 


21 


13 


13 


16. 


Service workers (except 


























household) 


3,U82 


11.9 


176 


170 


159 


193 


152 


131 


160 


156 


153 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


1,U80 
CITT 


32 


50 


52 


53 


9a 


60 


108 


72 


53 


51 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


EC-23 


EC-21j 


EC-25 


EC-26 


EC-27 


EC-28 


EC-29 


EC-30 


EC-31 


EC-32 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


29,881i 


1,21.7 


1,72U 


i,aii 


1,688 


1,838 


i,a5o 


1,110 


1,286 


1,170 


1,268 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


29,30l4 


1,230 


1,711 


1,386 


1,635 


1,812 


i,a29 


1,09a 


1,276 


i,ia7 


l,2a8 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


U,605 


9U3 


1,113 


5314 


1,393 


1,253 


733 


ai7 


330 


23a 


205 


It. 


Single detached Units 


























(including Trailers) 


8,711 


821 


880 


31.0 


1,1.58 


1,058 


aa3 


277 


166 


156 


102 


5. 


Median value of Singles 
dollars-^ 


























8,269 


9,61.7 


9,620 


8,61.7 


9,928 


8,8a3 


8,269 


6,ia2 


6,392 


_ 


_ 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 


























more unit structures 


6,71.0 


7 


17 


181 


6 


20 


aa 


122 


3a8 


a7i 


a72 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


29,315 


1,235 


1,701 


1,395 


1,653 


1,821 


i,a26 


1,07a 


1,267 


1,131 


i,2a8 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 


























no running water or dilapidated 


1,853 


1.6 


51. 


US 


32 


3a 


27 


53 


ia2 


50 


96 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


23,385 


675 


1,230 


1,175 


655 


i,2a5 


1,180 


1,000 


995 


905 


1,155 


10. 


Units built 191iO or later* 


980 


105 


35 


15 


320 


270 


35 


5 


- 


20 


- 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


. 3.0 


3.2 


3.1 


3.3 


3.2 


3.3 


3.2 


3.2 


3.1 


3.0 


2.6 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 


























per room or more 


2,688 


61 


70 


121 


71. 


117 


98 


126 


151 


ia3 


76 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


25,51.5 


1,125 


1,570 


1,270 


1,525 


1,565 


1,220 


700 


1,120 


970 


1,135 


m. 


All units reporting rents 


























(Both rented and rentable) 


17,212 


276 


565 


833 


222 


5a3 


665 


653 


921 


87a 


1,028 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


838 


10 


13 


17 


1. 


15 


38 


85 


a6 


21 


30 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


10,198 


188 


299 


520 


lU 


a2o 


52a 


a98 


683 


a6o 


516 


17. 


From $liO to $59 


5,158 


62 


226 


233 


57 


96 


9a 


60 


169 


333 


aoi 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


1,018 


16 


27 


63 


20 


12 


9 


10 


23 


60 


81 


19. 


Median contract monthly rent 


























dollars**! 


35.23 


3a. 62 


37.81 


35.81. 


35.50 


32.85 


31.03 


27.7a 


32.70 


37.82 


38.68 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
Medlans for individual census tracts computed from la class Intervals for income, 8 for rent, 
■TJedlan not shown where base Is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950, 



LTON i^onttnued 



TABLE I - continued 



EC-33 EC-3ii EC-35 EC-36 EC-37 EC-38 EC-39 EC-i40 EC-hl EC-ij2 



1. Population - 1950 

2. Population - ISliO^ 

3. Percent of Change 

U, Male Population - 1950 

5. Non-V/hite Population 

6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 

7. No, of fJarried Couples* 

8. Couples with their own household* 

9. Households - Total Number 

10. Institutional Population 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 
in 1950 as in 19h9* 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 
school yrs. completed* 

111. Total No. of Families and 
unrelated individuals* 

15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 

16. From 91,500 to $2,999 

17. From S3, 000 to %,h99 

18. Incomes $li,500 and over 

10. Median Income dollars** 



5,801 5,011 5,819 3,979 5,081 li,12l l4,5l5 5,9li5 7,066 3,897 



2,699 


2,396 


2,811 


1,855 


2,276 


1,7I47 


2,061 


3,168 


3,1488 


1,931 


23 


311 


18 


92 


Iti 


1 


2a 


23 


3I40 


103 


1,027 


595 


803 


515 


725 


626 


837 


l,07l4 


1,716 


785 


i,too 


1,080 


l,ti30 


895 


1,285 


980 


1,035 


1,015 


l,l455 


855 


1,330 


960 


1,330 


825 


1,225 


885 


9I1O 


875 


1,325 


815 


1,809 


1,380 


1,719 


i,2ia 


1,680 


1,U7 


l,U99 


1,670 


1,891 


1,067 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


I45 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5,705 


li,935 


5,680 


3,890 


5,015 


3,970 


h,U3S 


5,795 


6,895 


3,800 


5,060 


U,535 


5,160 


3,h25 


I4,)4l0 


3,370 


3,950 


l4,85o 


6,ll45 


3,li85 


11. I4 


10. )4 


11.5 


10.9 


12.3 


12.? 


11.0 


9.6 


8.9 


9.7 


2,030 


1,305 


1,795 


1,255 


1,915 


1,795 


1,915 


3,11c 


2,1(00 


1,070 


liljO 


225 


285 


270 


350 


500 


lt75 


1,360 


6I45 


195 


li70 


355 


Uij5 


320 


1450 


360 


620 


920 


7I45 


265 


580 


t*30 


510 


350 


520 


iUj5 


li5o 


I180 


565 


380 


385 


280 


1)60 


255 


500 


I430 


255 


205 


255 


215 


3,Ol47 


3,127 


3,2)45 


3,027 


3,250 


3,022 


2,6h5 


1,6914 


2,5140 


3,188 



TiBLE II - CONTINUED 



EC-33 EC-3I1 EC-35 EC-36 EC-37 EC-36 EC-39 EC-I4O EC-I4I EC-I42 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 

3. Persons 1)4 - 19 yrs. old 

It. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 

6. Persons Hi yrs. old or over 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
Labor Force 

8. No. of Item 7 enployed in 
month of April, 1950 

9. Professional, Technical, 
and kindred workers 

10. Managers, Officials, and 
Proprietors (inc. Farms) 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 

12. Sales Workers 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
kindred workers 

111. Operatives and kindred workers 

15. Private household workers 

16. Service workers (except household) 

17. Laborers 



559 


561i 


562 


I427 


I459 


252 


361j 


1475 


728 


I4I8 


666 


816 


730 


I47I4 


I480 


292 


I432 


5oli 


982 


56I4 


391* 


I4I8 


398 


283 


261 


198 


272 


331 


578 


32I4 


69I4 


I420 


666 


503 


703 


725 


557 


997 


651 


270 


14,107 


3,ll4l4 


14,062 


2,756 


3,822 


3,337 


3,393 


14,579 


14,668 


2,523 


l4,57ll 


3,631 


14,527 


3,078 


l4,ll42 


3,577 


3,719 


li,966 


5,356 


2,915 


2,552 


1,953 


2,500 


1,668 


2,306 


1,999 


2,129 


2,96l4 


2,877 


l,6l4l 


2,366 


1,807 


2,3514 


1,535 


2,189 


1,907 


2,018 


2,615 


2,621 


l,5ll4 


186 


70 


172 


105 


328 


337 


178 


106 


157 


51 


165 


105 


2ia 


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33I4 


267 


189 


112 


lli7 


7I4 


ia9 


257 


I455 


2514 


I422 


357 


292 


252 


275 


195 


193 


126 


15I4 


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205 


206 


216 


132 


157 


83 


383 


321. 


I4O9 


275 


298 


199 


279 


377 


388 


263 


697 


631 


6I49 


I471 


371 


332 


587 


1,029 


1,036 


586 


20 


143 


22 


23 


31 


I48 


22 


31 


35 


16 


203 


162 


165 


112 


II49 


121 


20li 


I4OO 


231. 


133 


80 


78 


8I4 


6I4 


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29 


1*5 


162 


176 


103 



TABLE III - continued 



EC-33 EC-314 EC-35 EC-36 EC-37 EC-36 EC-39 EC-hO EC-I4I EC-I42 



1. Total Dwelling Units 

2. Total Occuoied Units 

3. Owner-occupied Units 
li. Single detached Units 

(including Itailers) 

5. Median value of Singles ... dollarsl 

6. Total Units in Five or 
more \mit structures 

7. Total Units reporting condition 
6. Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 
9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 

10. Units built I9I4O or later* 

11. Median persons per occupied unit 

12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 
per room or more 

13. Units reporting central heat* 
111. All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 

No. rentals under $20 

From $20 to S39 

From ftliO to $59 

Pentals S60 and over 

Median contract monthly rent.. dollars**! 



1,838 

1,802 
li90 


l,h83 

1,381 

550 


1,7142 

1,721; 

1,007 


1,235 

1,215 

l4lj2 


1,709 

l,67l4 

711 


l,a66 

l,lil6 

326 


1,513 

l,li93 

I6I4 


1,706 

1,665 

203 


1,913 

1,889 

259 


1,085 
1,075 

298 


262 
8,236 


I425 
6,377 


7I43 
8,106 


281j 
8,578 


I4I4I1 

ll,2l4l 


208 
15,783 


112 


11|2 


166 


2214 
5,63l4 


I495 
1,766 


200 
l,l477 


50 
1,731 


156 

l,211i 


298 
1,691 


656 

I,l4l9 


1,056 
1,1486 


991 
1,659 


790 
1,81|8 


360 
1,073 


97 
1,610 

2.9 


166 
1,230 

h5 
3.I4 


111 

l,l490 

10 

3.1 


53 

1,020 

20 

3.0 


32 

l,li70 

35 

2.6 


31 

6I45 

140 
2.I1 


118 
1,365 

2.I4 


387 

l,l455 

15 

2.2 


308 

1,770 

5 

3.2 


111 
915 

3.3 


159 
1,775 


163 
1,130 


96 
1,580 


101 
1,025 


83 
1,555 


6I1 
1,3140 


236 
1,350 


269 
l,li60 


309 
1,325 


151 
805 


1,271 

56 

775 

ll02 

38 

35.58 


82I4 

6I4 

611 

136 

13 

29.11 


687 

17 

li62 

186 

20 

3I1.86 


763 

33 

I482 

22I4 

2I1 

314.88 


931 
8 
I402 
3ii5 
176 
I42.I3 


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15 

250 

552 

25I1 

1;8.11 


1,305 

32 

li30 

753 

90 

I43.I49 


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122 

977 

305 

36 

31.65 


1,582 
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1,060 

3I16 

33 

30. 5h 


758 

69 

500 

176 

13 

31.65 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
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TABLE I - CH-IHACTKniSTICS 
OF THE POP'JLATION 



CITY 
TOTAL 



MC-62 tJC-63 M:-6h L'C-6; ?JC-66 'X-67 MC-68 »K-69 MC-70 



1. Pooulation - 19?0 59,80l) 

2. Pooulation - 191*0^ 58,010 

3. Percent of Change ♦3.1 
h. Vale Population - 1950 28,223 

5. Non-i7hite Population 573 

6. Forei(^-Born 'iVhite Pop. 10,669 

7. Mo. of Itarried Couoles » 13,815 

8. Couales vath their ovm household* 12,665 

9. Households - Total Naibcr 16,901 

10. Institutional Population 332 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over» 58,535 

12. Item 11 - Sa.-ac residence in 1950 
as in 19li9* 5l,5U5 li,200 

13. 25 yrs, or over - neaian school 

jrrs. completed't 11.2 11.1 
lU. Total Ho. of Fanulies and 

unrelated individuals* 13, P3'' 

15. No. Incomes under Jl,500» 3,5UO 

16. From 01,500 to 52,999 Ii,61i5 

17. From 33,000 to 5it,l499 5,575 
16. Incomes Sli,500 and over lj,l60 
19. Median Income . , .dollars*-* 3,209 

TAJLE II - AGE AMD ECONOr.nC CITY 

CHARACTERISTICS TOTAL 



5,183 7,692 5,992 6,120 6,518 6,976 5,Oli8 7,892 8,373 



2,551 
25 

729 
1,255 
l,lijO 
l,3li5 

5,100 



l,lj00 

165 

1105 

510 

250 

3,173 



3,707 
297 
1,572 
1,775 
1,6!:5 
2,102 

7,:i6o 

6,625 
10.2 

2,200 
h25 
61.0 

51^5 

505 

2,983 



2,896 
39 
1,059 
1,525 
1,350 
1,639 

5,935 

5,275 

11.1 

1,730 
300 
375 
635 
375 

3,316 



2,382 
2 

1,207 
l.ljlO 
1,300 
1,G06 
68 
6,070 

5,Ul40 

11.3 

1,960 
325 
U5 
565 
560 

3,liW 



3,216 

101 
1,1j90 
1,585 
1,1:70 
1,761. 
10 

6,;ao 

5,760 
10,5 

1,965 
330 
505 
600 
iii5 

3,110 



3,2^0 
33 
1,168 
1,610 
1,515 
2,073 
1.7 
6,715 

5,390 

12.0 

2,260 
335 
550 
720 
580 

3,1.1*1 



2,237 
71 

891 
1,030 

955 

1,1*31 

22 

l.,910 

l.,130 

10.7 

2,100 
675 
575 
1j70 
265 

2,163 



3,1.31 
2 
1,11.7 
1,730 
1,620 
2,1.96 
155 
7,770 

6,700 

12.2 

2,910 
585 
530 
695 
785 

3,250 



1. persons under 5 yrs. old 5,611. 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 7,1.50 

3. Persons 11. - 19 yrs. old I., 1.29 
.'i. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 6,065 

5. Persons 21 yrs, old or over 1.3,217 

6. Persons 1). yrs. old or over 1.6,51.0 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian Labor 

Force 25,061. 1,963 

8. No, of Item 7 employed in month 

of April, 1950 23,662 1,859 

9. Professional, Technical, and 
kindred workers 2,230 

10. Managers, Officials, and 
Proprietors (inc. Farms) 2,203 

11. Clerical and kindred workers l.,631 

12. Sales V'orkers 2,108 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and kindred 
worlcers li,099 

ll.. Operatives and kindred workers 5,209 

15. Private household workers 222 

16. Service workers (except household) 1,535 

17. Laborers 1,01.6 

TABLE III - CHARACTFPJSTICS OF CITY 

DWEu.iNG mars total 



663 
789 
393 
1.06 
3,231 
3,736 



121 

1C5 
325 
11.1 

1.21 

1.92 

11 

11.5 
90 



818 

1,119 

671. 

567 

l.,955 

5,755 

3,063 

2,803 

161 

271 
1.36 
296 

531. 
720 
23 
187 
157 



538 
797 
1.95 
530 
l.,037 
l.,607 

2,U.l 

2,329 

181 

157 
1.51 
202 

51.7 
1.90 
22 
167 
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1.85 
638 
1.32 
709 
l.,1.36 
li,9l.7 

2,619 

2,502 

265 

315 
1.98 
263 

1.36 
1.27 

27 
182 

66 



665 
881 
5L3 
527 

1.,31j9 
l.,972 

2,630 

2,1.31 

160 

250 
389 
290 

380 
652 
17 
159 
121 



697 

811. 

1.58 

790 

l.,917 

5,1.65 

3,007 

2,850 

2Cl 

303 
61.3 
277 

U1.9 
535 

32 
217 

89 



1.61 
507 
328 
667 
3,682 
lj,080 

2,265 

2,086 

211 

136 
1.36 
130 

31.6 
1.71 
26 
208 
111 



570 

709 

!i67 

1,222 

6,055 

6,613 

3,521. 

3,1.00 

630 

1.87 
775 
320 

1.59 
339 

hS 
196 

67 



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3 
1,1.06 
1,31.5 
1,670 
2,195 

3,165 

7,525 

10.5 

2,310 

350 
600 
835 
1.25 
3,225 



MC-62 m:-63 MC-61. t«:-65 ta;-66 IX-67 MC-68 KC-69 f,'C-70 



867 

1,1 !;6 

639 

61.7 

5,505 

6,365 

3,51.7 

3,1.02 

220 

171 
678 
189 

527 

1,033 

16 

306 

21.1 



MC-62 ?JC-63 MC-61. MC-65 110-66 MC-67 MC-68 X-69 aC-70 



1. Total Dwelling Units 

2. Total Occupied Units 

3. Owner-occupied Units 

1.. Sinttle detached Units (including 
Trailers) 

5. Median value of Singles. 
...dollars^ 

6. Total Units in Five or more unit 
structures 

7. Total Units roportinR condition 

8. Units with no private bath or no 
running water or dilapidated 

9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 

10. Units built 191.0 or later* 

11. Uedian persons per occupied unit^ 

12. Units reporting 1.01 persons per 
room or more 

13. Units reporting central heat* 
ll.. All units reporting rents (Both 

rented and rentable) 

15. No. rentals under 320 

16. From 520 to $39 

17. From S1.0 to $59 

18. Rentals 560 and over 

19. Median contract monthly rent 
.. .dollars**! 



17,028 1,363 

16,3L7 1,31.5 

7,723 821 

l.,309 631 

3,963 8,096 

2,013 7 

16,691 1,31.1 

1,177 89 

12,570 770 

725 205 

3.2 3.7 

1,572 120 

15,175 1,315 



8,887 

192 

5,017 

2,337 

81.1 



512 

9 

307 

179 

17 



2,126 

2,107 

315 

372 

7,513 

259 
2,031. 

11.7 

1,670 

50 

3.5 

261. 
1,660 

1,270 

58 

955 

212 

1.5 



1,659 
1,61.0 
1,027 

736 

8,396 

33 
1,623 

62 

1,075 

20 

3.1. 

137 
1,515 

592 

15 

369 

166 

1.2 



1,829 

1,815 

395 

573 

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CITY 

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1. 


Population - 1950 


66,113 


5,621* 


U,l,07 


6,927 


7,258 


6,617 


5,519 


7,721* 


6,558 


8,U79 


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Population - 19Uoa 


63,083 




















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Percent of Change 


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Male Population - 1950 


31,857 


2,797 


5,355 


3,273 


3,1*1.2 


3,153 


2,7U7 


3,731 


3,323 


1*,036 


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Non-White Population 


823 


5 


9 


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12 


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22 


12 


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6. 


Foreign-Bom White Population 


10,518 


1,037 


1,280 


1,155 


1,276 


1,055 


1,127 


1,515 


909 


1,16U 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


15,295 


1,320 


2,520 


1,580 


1,815 


1,615 


1,250 


1,885 


1.395 


1,915 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


lli,120 


1,220 


2,355 


1,1*35 


1,650 


1,515 


1,150 


1,71.5 


1,280 


1,770 


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Households - Total Number 


17,517 


1,1*50 


3,051. 


1,909 


1,97a 


1,701. 


1,U36 


2,oa5 


1,658 


2,287 


10. 


Institutional Population 


229 


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138 


20 


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Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


61t,85o 


5,510 


11,260 


6,930 


7,085 


6,1.1.0 


5,355 


7,635 


6,380 


8,255 


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as in 19l*9» 


58,1*60 


l.,985 


9,915 


6,325 


6,1.70 


5,820 


!.,815 


7,OU5 


5,715 


7,370 


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25 yrs. or over - median school 
























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11.9 


12.0 


12.1. 


12.0 


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10.1 


10.5 


11.7 


11.9 


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19,1*90 


1,51*5 


3,365 


2,080 


2,205 


1,910 


1,1,60 


2,160 


2,11.5 


2,620 


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No. Incomes under $1,500* 


2,855 


155 


335 


270 


300 


21.0 


150 


290 


650 


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From $1,500 to $2,999 


3,855 


255 


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1*35 


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350 


hho 


565 


375 


605 


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From $3,000 to $lj,li99 


5,U65 


510 


790 


630 


630 


580 


U50 


585 


550 


71.0 


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5,965 


575 


1,395 


51*5 


690 


560 


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655 


1.95 


61.5 


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Median Income ...dollars** 
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3,61.8 

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3,929 


U,363 


3,500 


3,669 


3,598 


3,291. 


3,350 


3,025 


3,335 




CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-53 


MC-51. 


MC-55 


MC-56 


MC-57 


lC-58 


MC-59 


MC-60 


MC-61 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


6,169 


501* 


1,010 


586 


653 


662 


51.5 


751 


637 


821 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


8,609 


807 


1,1.65 


857 


913 


922 


780 


1,050 


752 


1,063 


3. 


Persons lli - 19 yrs. old 


5,662 


1*91 


867 


622 


566 


566 


515 


651. 


697 


681. 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


5.881. 


1*27 


1,190 


691 


752 


51.9 


330 


567 


526 


852 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


ia.,019 


3,11*3 


7,888 


1*,771* 


5,030 


l.,369 


3.596 


5,11.3 


l.,285 


5,791 


6. 


Persons ll* yrs. old or over 


51,335 


U,313 


3,932 


5,1*81* 


5,692 


5,033 


U,191. 


5,923 


5,169 


6,595 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian Labor 
























Force 


27,378 


2,290 


l.,508 


2,931 


3,068 


2,802 


2,371 


3,31.0 


2,525 


3,51*3 


8. 


No. of It.em 7 employed in month 
























of April, 1950 


26,078 


2,185 


1..371. 


2,798 


2,958 


2,635 


2,235 


3,123 


2,392 


3,378 


9. 


Professional, Technical, and 
























kindred workers 


2,738 


207 


911. 


267 


21.7 


222 


103 


189 


266 


323 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 
























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


2,51.5 


202 


71.5 


267 


273 


191. 


181 


228 


195 


260 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


5,507 


1.39 


916 


629 


695 


52U 


1.00 


615 


551. 


735 


12. 


Sales Workers 


2,379 


176 


517 


238 


272 


209 


171 


286 


201 


309 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and kindred 
























workers 


l.,506 


1,86 


51,8 


1*73 


537 


1.90 


390 


560 


. 1J.6 


576 


111. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1*,883 


391 


31.3 


1.88 


550 


620 


657 


762 


1.08 


661. 


15. 


Private household workers 


179 


11 


51, 


H. 


11. 


7 


6 


11 


7 


55 


16. 


Service workers (except household) 


2,066 


175 


216 


251. 


230 


226 


185 


275 


207 


298 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE in - CHARACTERISTICS OF 


1,059 
CITT 


80 


93 


131 


119 


121 


132 


158 


98 


137 




DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-53 


MC-51. 


lK-55 


MC-56 


MC-57 


MC-58 


UC-59 


MC-60 


MC^l 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


17,687 


l,U66 


3,112 


1,889 


1,992 


1,730 


1,1*51 


2,059 


1,676 


2.312 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


17,507 


1,1.1.8 


3,066 


1,875 


1,981 


1,708 


1,1*35 


2,01.6 


1,660 


2,288 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


10,052 


1,199 


2,235 


1,015 


1,039 


938 


683 


895 


895 


1,153 


li. 


Single detached Units (including 
























Trailers) 


6,267 


1,207 


2,070 


676 


1*68 


1.35 


157 


198 


51.1. 


512 


5. 


Median value of Singles 
























. . .dollars! 


10,665 


8,982 


13,888 


9,265 


9,321 


9,528 


8,799 


8,la3 


9,139 


8,575 


6. 


Total Units in Five or more unit 
























structures 


683 


U9 


198 


59 


1.8 


33 


1.6 


99 


52 


99 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


17,391* 


1,U33 


3,052 


1,81.7 


1,966 


1,711. 


1,1.30 


2,01.0 


1,661 


2.251 


8. 


Units with no private bath or no 
























running water or dilapidated 


581 


1.0 


50 


86 


82 


57 


16 


97 


58 


95 


9. 


Bnits built 1919 or earlier* 


8,685 


375 


760 


970 


1,265 


830 


820 


1,300 


880 


1,U85 


10. 


Units built 19liO or later* 


785 


115 


1.25 


55 


- 


75 


5 


10 


80 


20 


11. 


Median persons per occi^jied unit^ 


3.5 


3.6 


3.5 


3.U 


3.U 


3.6 


3.7 


3.5 


3.U 


3.1* 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons per 
























room or more 


1,337 


137 


195 


131. 


11.7 


131. 


11*3 


179 


13U 


131. 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


16,200 


1,380 


2,685 


1,705 


1,91*0 


1,600 


1,395 


1,875 


1,1.30 


2.190 


11*. 


All units reporting rents 
























(Both rented and rentable) 


7,235 


230 


810 


813 


911. 


760 


729 


1,130 


7W. 


1,105 


IS. 


No. rentals under $20 


70 


11 


9 


8 


6 


7 


1* 


5 


10 


10 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


3,571 


80 


260 


393 


397 


396 


1*63 


. 757 


361. 


U6l 


17. 


From $U0 to $59 


3,050 


125 


378 


351* 


U51 


319 


250 


331. 


325 


511. 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


5W* 


11. 


163 


58 


60 


38 


12 


31. 


1*5 


120 


19. 


Median contract monthly rent 
























...dollars**! 


39.87 


1,2.88 


1.6.33 


39.70 


la.oo 


38.76 


36,87 


35.98 


39.U3 


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TABLE I - CHAEACIERISTICS 

OF THE POPULATION 



cm 

TOTAL 



MC-71 



MC-72 



MC-73 



MC-71t 



1. 


Population - 1950 


26,988 


6,196 


6,062 


8,175 


6,555 


2. 


Population - 19hO° 


25,333 










3. 


Percent of Change 


+6.5 










It. 


Male Population - 1950 


12,189 


2,831. 


2,721 


3,768 


3,166 


5. 


Non-White Population 


39 


6 


9 


11. 


10 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


3,llj6 


675 


598 


1,067 


806 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


6,510 


1,500 


1,1.95 


l,9lt5 


1,570 


8. 


Couples with their o?m household* 


5,9ljO 


1,1.00 


1,31.5 


1,775 


l,lt20 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


7,661 


1,795 


1,719 


2,325 


1,822 


10. 


Institutional Population 


117 


31 


51. 


Itlt 


18 


U, 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


26,305 


6,01.0 


5,890 


7,91.5 


6,lt30 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 














in 1950 as in 19^9* 


23,105 


5,235 


5,11.0 


7,o5o 


5,680 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 














school yrs. completed* 


12.I4 


12.6 


12.U 


12.2 


12.3 


llj. 


Total No. of Famnies and 














unrelated individuals* 


8,U55 


1,960 


1,955 


2,61t0 


1,900 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


1,300 


315 


270 


lti.5 


270 


16. 


From $1,500 to '^,999 


1,520 


230 


300 


6it0 


350 


17. 


From 83,000 to %h,h99 


2,070 


1.30 


1.90 


600 


550 


18. 


Incomes $Ji,500 and over 


2,750 


785 


660 


720 


585 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,725 
CITY 


l.,0l.8 


3,850 


3,230 


3,708 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-71 


MC-72 


MC-73 


MC-7lt 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,U45 


1.76 


525 


765 


679 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


3,51.7 


771. 


Slit 


i,o51t 


905 


3. 


Perscns ll»-19 yrs. old 


1,981 


1.78 


1.00 


623 


U80 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


3,100 


806 


871 


980 


7U3 


S. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


18,719 


l.,1.06 


U,258 


5,61tlt 


i.,iai 


6. 


Persons lU yrs. old or over 


20,996 


1.,91.6 


l.,723 


6,356 


l.,971 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 














Labor Force 


10,623 


2,1J.2 


2,322 


3,381t 


2,505 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 














month of April, 1950 


10,293 


2,3U8 


2,256 


3,250 


2,U39 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 














and Kindred Workers 


i,7U5 


579 


ItJtl 


385 


3lt0 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 














Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


i,lj.i 


U.0 


?!*5 


335 


291 


11. 


Clerical and kindred ■woricers 


2,018 


393 


lilt? 


731* 


lt72 


12. 


Sales Workers 


1,178 


301. 


301 


311 


262 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen and 














kindred workers 


1,606 


2U9 


29lt 


561 


502 


11). 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1,263 


171 


225 


536 


331 


15. 


Private household workers 


1L3 


51 


25 


1.3 


21t 


16. 


Service workers {except 














household) 


521 


86 


90 


213 


132 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


267 

CITT 


1.9 


Ut 


108 


66 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-71 


MC-72 


MC-73 


MC-71. 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


7,762 


1,811 


1,736 


2,356 


1,859 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


7,632 


1,778 


1,712 


2,321 


1,821 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


5,1049 


1,1.60 


1,21.1. 


1,322 


l,lt23 


k. 


Single detached Units 














(including Trailers) 


ll,875 


1,373 


1,113 


1,058 


1,331 


5. 


Median value of Singles .. dollars^ 


12,073 


11,1.79 


12,158 


10,987 


10,398 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 














more unit structures 


3I47 


55 


60 


220 


12 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


7,595 


1,780 


1,680 


2,290 


1,81j5 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 














no running water or dilapidated 


W 


100 


75 


201 


102 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


li,595 


760 


1,100 


1,575 


1,160 


1«. 


Units built 19ljO or later* 


515 


205 


25 


110 


175 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unltl 


3.2 


3.1 


3.3 


3.2 


3.1. 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 














per room or more 


31*2 


1.0 


61 


I51t 


87 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


7,195 


1,695 


i,6a5 


2,11.0 


1,715 


lii. 


All units reporting rents 














(Both rented and rentable) 


2,075 


307 


i»Ui 


91.8 


379 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


79 


10 


7 


53 


9 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


72U 


96 


103 


359 


166 


17. 


From $ijO to $59 


886 


137 


206 


392 


151 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


386 


61. 


125 


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53 


19. 


Median contract monthly 
rent dollars **1 














1(5.28 


1.5.36 


lt8.27 


U2.29 


1.0.86 



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TABLE I - CHARACTEPTSTTCS 
OF THE POPlfLATinN 



TOV/K 
TOTAL 



NC-3lj 



NC-35 



NC-36 



NC-37 



1. Population - Ifl'JO 22,395 

2. Population - wijO^ 18, 708 

3. Percent of Chan.'^e +19.7 
h. Hale Population - 1950 10,li29 

5. Non-VJhlte Population 57 

6. ForeiEn-3orn Vrtiite Pop. 2,783 

7. No. of Married Couples* 5,l55 

8. Couples with their own household* il, 760 

9. Households - Total Number 6,llt2 

10. Institutional Population 23 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 22,llj5 

12. Item 11 - Same residence in 1950 as in 19ij9* 19,725 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed*" 12, I4 
111. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals'"' 6,975 

15. No. of Incomes under vl,500'* 1,135 

16. From Jl,500 to $2,999 850 

17. From ^3,000 to $lj,li99 1,370 

18. Incomes $li,500 and over 2,870 

19. Median Income dollars** li,23it 

TABLE II - AGE AMD ECO- TOVM 

NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS TOTAL 



7,163 



3,355 
6 
777 
1,700 
1,615 
1,960 

7,200 
6,555 

12.5 

2,120 
3I1O 
205 
U15 
925 

li,l30 



NC-3h 



5,oili 



2,261 
11 
66ij 
1,110 
1,005 
1,U2U 

li,9l5 
1,335 

12.5 

1,615 
250 
170 
360 
675 

li,208 



NC-35 



6,21,8 



2,960 
28 
SZh 
1,W0 
1,365 
1,737 

6,170 
5,)425 

12.2 

1,925 

21,0 
320 
380 

815 
1,,298 



MC-36 



3,950 



1,853 

12 

518 

865 

775 

1,021 

23 

3,860 

3,U.0 

12.6 

1,315 
305 
155 
215 
1.55 

3,563 



NC-37 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 1,655 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. "Id 2, 980 

3. Persons II4-I9 yrs. old 1,807 
1,. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 2,502 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 15,681, 

6. Persons ll, yrs. old or over 17,760 
1. No. of Item 6 in Civilian Labor Force 9,01,6 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in month 

of April, 1950 8,790 

9. Professional, Technical and kindred workers 1,61,1, 

10. Managers, Officials,, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 1,513 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 1,885 

12. Sales workers 960 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and kindred workers 1,121, 
11,. Operatives and kindred workers 6O6 

15. Private household workers 325 

16. Service workers (except household) 1,59 

17. Laborers 231, 

TABLE III - CHARACffiRIS- TOW 

TICS OF DWELLING DNITS TOTAL 



1,68 
1,051 
61,5 
731. 
Ii,93l4 
5,661, 
2,857 

2,761 
528 

U68 
61,2 
332 
371, 
182 

h3 
130 

1.9 



NC-31, 



362 
585 
355 

720 
3,657 
1,067 
2,091, 

2,026 
399 

363 
kh3 
230 
193 
126 
122 
88 
50 



NC-35 



526 

755 

1,92 

631 

U,389 

lj,967 

2,602 

2,51,0 
381, 

hOl 
602 
285 
333 
213 

36 
11,8 

80 



NC-36 



299 

589 

315 

la7 

2,701, 

3,062 

1,U93 

1,1,63 
333 

281 

198 

113 

171, 

85 

121, 

93 

55 



NC-37 



1. 

2. 
3. 
1,. 

5. 
6. 

7. 



9. 
10, 

11. 
12. 

13. 
111. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



Total Dwelling Units 6,21,8 

Total Occupied Units 6,11,6 

Oimer-occupied Units 1,,879 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) lj,783 

Median value of Singles... dollarsl ll,,l,77 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 10 

Total Units reportinr; condition 6,177 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 63 

Units built 1919 or earlier"^ 2,320 

Units built 191,0 or later* 720 

Median persons per occupied unit^ 3.1, 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

per room or more lid. 

Units reporting central heat* 6,0l5 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 1,131, 

No. rentals under 320 12 

From J20 to $39 265 

From .$1,0 to 859 6O6 

Rentals S60 and over 251 

Median contract monthly rent. ..dollars**^ 1,9.57 



1,987 
1,961 
1,717 

1,711 
13,522 



1,973 

12 
61,0 
190 
3.5 

51 
1,930 

226 

2 
71 

107 

1,6 

1,6.1,0 



1,1,50 
l,U25 
1,062 

1,000 

17,81,8 

10 

1,1,33 

21 
660 
165 
3.2 

17 

1,395 

327 
6 

77 
167 

77 
1,9.67 



1,771 
1,71.5 
1,292 

1,151, 
13,152 



1,755 
20 

585 

205 

3.I1 

1,0 
1,710 

1,38 

1 

72 

277 

88 

1,8.80 



1,01,0 
1,015 

808 
918 

17,li92 



1,016 

10 
1.35 
160 
3.5 

33 

980 

11,3 
3 

as 

55 

1,0 
1.5.85 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500, 
Medians for individual census tracts computed from lli class intervals for income, 8 for rent, 
Tledian not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



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TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTO 










OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


MC-11.5 


Mc-ia6 


Mc-ia? 


1. 


Population - 1950 


19,838 


6,953 


6,261 


6,62a 


2. 


Population - 191.0* 


13,851 








3. 


Percent of Change 


+1.3.2 








h. 


Male Population 


9,631. 


3,360 


3,06a 


3,210 


5. 


Non-lVhite Population 


51 


- 


26 


25 


6. 


Foreign-Born White Pop. 


2,269 


771 


655 


8a3 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


l.,735 


1,780 


1,505 


i,aso 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


U,1.60 


1,685 


i,aio 


1,365 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


5,563 


2,020 


i,7ai 


1,802 


ID. 


Institutional Population 


7h 


12 


1 


61 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


19,180 


6,61.0 


6,180 


6,360 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 












In 1950 as in 191.9* 


16,120 


5,785 


a,935 


5,aoo 


13. 


25 JTS. or over - median 












school yrs. completed* 


12.2 


12.3 


12.3 


12.1 


llj. 


Total No. of Families and 












unrelated individuals* 


5,975 


2,130 


1,775 


2,070 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


1,015 


320 


285 


aio 


16. 


From $1,500 to *2,999 


1,050 


1.00 


230 


a2o 


17. 


From 83,000 to 31., 1.99 


1,815 


61.5 


5a5 


625 


18. 


Incomes $l.,500 and over 


1,705 


675 


610 


a2o 


19. 


Median Income ... dollare** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,605 
Tora 


3,611 


3,765 


3,156 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-U45 


Mc-ia6 


MC-ia7 


1. 


Persons under 5 jts. old 


2,600 


989 


917 


69a 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


2,803 


963 


909 


931 


3. 


Persons 11.-19 yrs. old 


1,261. 


395 


369 


500 


U. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


1,697 


570 


aia 


713 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


12,953 


l.,5i.o 


a, 001 


a,ai2 


6. 


Persons 11. yrs. old or over 


11.,105 


5,001 


a,a35 


a,999 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 












Labor Force 


7,721 


2,61.8 


2,3a7 


2,726 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 












month of April, 1950 


7,51.7 


2,58a 


2,296 


2,667 


9. 


Professional, Technical 












and kindred workers 


1,089 


398 


361 


330 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 












Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


8U6 


277 


288 


281 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


1,117 


371 


311 


a35 


12. 


Sales Workers 


703 


275 


235 


193 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 












kindred workers 


1,21.9 


1.60 


360 


a29 


11.. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1,338 


1.05 


aa9 


asa 


15. 


Private household workers 


130 


39 


32 


59 


16. 


Service workers (except 












household) 


585 


208 


133 


2aa 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


363 
TOWN 


102 


98 


163 




TICS OF DWELLING DNIIS 


TOTAL 


MC-11.5 


Mc-ia6 


Mc-ia7 


1. 


Total Dwelling Onits 


5,751. 


2,116 


1,79a 


i,8aa 


2. 


Total Occupied Onits 


5,51.9 


2,019 


i,7aa 


1,786 


3. 


Owner-occupied Dnits 


l.,285 


1,578 


i.azi 


1,286 


h. 


Single detached Units 












(including Trailers) 


l.,232 


1,573 


i,a25 


1,23a 


5. 


Median value of Singles.. dollarsl 


10, 708 


11,129 


10,815 


9,752 


6. 


Total Onits in Five or 












more unit structures 


121 


69 


31 


21 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


5,609 


2,059 


1,760 


1,790 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 












no running water or dilapidated 


1.92 


217 


133 


ia2 


9. 


Dnits built 1919 or earliei * 


2,725 


915 


690 


1,120 


10. 


Units built 191.0 or later* 


1,515 


670 


620 


225 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unitl 


3.3 


3.3 


3.a 


3.3 


12. 


Onits reporting 1.01 persons 












per room or more 


373 


129 


105 


139 


13. 


Onits reporting central heat* 


5,000 


1,835 


1,630 


1,535 


11.. 


All units reporting rents 












(Both rented and rentable) 


1,131. 


368 


291 


a55 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


75 


21. 


18 


33 


16. 


Prom J20 to $39 


631 


201. 


170 


257 


17. 


From $1.0 to $59 


281. 


lOl. 


60 


120 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


Ihh 


56 


a3 


hS 


19. 


Median contract monthly 
rent dollars**! 












35.59 


36.5a 


3a. aa 


35.33 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
Medians for individual census tracts computed from la class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 
Tledian not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



NEED HAM 



TABLE I - CHAPACTERISTICS 
OF THE POHIUTION 



Toim 

TOTAL 



NC-17 



NC-18 



NC-19 



1. Population - 1950 16,313 3,171 3,263 3,978 

2. Population - 19iiO^ 12,ljliS 

3. Percent of Change +31.1 

h. Male Population - 1950 7,75l 1,530 1,536 1,910 

5. Non-ftTiite Population 23 11 - Ji 

6. Foreign-Born IVhite Pop. 2,020 609 325 321j 

7. No. of Married Couples* ii,0l5 800 910 960 
6. Couples with their ovm housenold* 3,B00 730 885 925 
9. Households - Total Number It, 686 905 912 1,159 

10. Institutional Population l6 8 - 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or OTer** 15,975 3,075 3,260 3,885 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 19l49* 13,705 2,775 2,830 3,190 

13. 25 yrs, or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 12.1. 11.1 12.8 12.9 
111. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 5,100 975 1,160 1,095 

15. No. Incomes under SI, 500* 620 115 95 85 

16. From *1,500 to 32,999 810 21iO 175 100 

17. From $3,000 to .;;a,lj99 1,185 265 220 220 

18. Incomes £14,500 and over 2,000 280 515 570 

19. Median Income dollars*-"" li,195 3,51i8 1^,569 5,180 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- TOWN 

NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS TOTAL NC-17 NC-18 NC-19 



NC-20 



2,718 

1,269 

7 

362 

650 

610 

768 

8 

2,61,5 

2,31,5 

12.6 

925 

155 
165 

2L5 

295 

3,i,78 

NC-2C 



NC-21 
3,183 

1,506 
1 
1,00 
695 
650 
912 

3,110 

2,565 

12,6 

91,5 
170 
130 
235 
31,0 
3,75c 

NC-21 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. eld 1,61,0 323 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 2,290 386 

3. Persons 11,-19 yrs. old 1,190 21U, 
1,. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 1,530 258 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 11,032 2,173 

6. Persons It, yrs. old or over 12,383 2,1,62 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 6,560 1,375 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 6,1,1,5 1,352 

9. Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 1,195 95 

10. Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 1,193 l6l 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 918 181, 

12. Sales Workers 802 89 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 836 281, 

111, Operatives and kindred workers 781 3i,l 

15. Private household workers 178 17 

16. Service workers (except 

household) 276 93 

17. Laborers 231, 85 

TABLE III - CHARACTER IS- TOiVN 

TICS OF DWELLING UNITS TOTAL NC-17 



272 

1,79 

281 

351 

2,188 

2,512 

1,293 

1,275 

297 

282 
217 
162 

116 
98 
2a 

1,8 
23 

NC-18 



1,22 
598 
292 
295 
2,637 
2,958 

1,505 

l,i,7li 

361, 

350 
205 
251 

139 
73 
27 

26 
29 

NC-19 



253 

373 

181, 

320 

1,881 

2,092 

1,127 

1,110 

208 

187 
131, 
136 

129 
125 

58 

65 
60 

NC-20 



370 
1,51, 
189 
306 
2,153 
2,359 

1,260 

1,231 

231 

213 
178 
161, 

168 

lU, 

52 

hi, 
37 

NC-21 



1. Total Dwelling Units 1„821 9U1 956 

2. Total Occupied Units 1,,678 906 936 

3. Owner-occupied Units 3,833 61a 792 
Ij. Single detached Units 

(Including Trailers) 3,976 615 821 

5. Median value of Singles.. dollarsl 13,901, 11,1,35 11,, 715 

6. Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures U, 21, 20 

7. Total Units reporting condition I,, 753 929 91,3 

8. Units vfith no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 189 83 1,3 

9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 1,750 555 330 

10. Units built 191,0 or later* 1,235 205 205 

11. Median persons per occupied unit-^ 3.3 3.3 3.3 

12. Units reporting 1,01 persons 

per room or more 179 61 27 

13. Units reporting central heat* 1,,365 765 900 
ll,. All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 771, 257 132 

15. No. rentals under $20 UO 27 2 

16. From $20 to $39 355 l57 1,5 

17. From $1,0 to $59 21l7 1*9 53 

18. Rentals $60 and over 132 21, 32 

19. Median contract monthly 

rent dollar8**l 39.55 31.90 1,5.1,1, 



1,202 
1,157 
1,071, 

1,11,2 
11,, 758 



1,188 
1, 

105 
1,60 
3.3 

25 
1,115 

75 

28 
22 
25 



785 
772 
578 

619 
13,700 



771, 
20 

375 
120 
3.3 

30 
735 

166 

2 

61t 

70 

30 

a3.oi. 



937 

907 
71,8 

779 
13,775 



919 

39 
385 
21,5 
3.3 

36 

850 

llJ, 

9 

61 

53 

21 

1,0. 06 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual census tracts computed from 11, class intervals for income; 8 class intervals for rent. 
"T^edian not shown where base is less than 100. * Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



NEWTON 





TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


CITT 
























OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


w:-i09 


MC-110 


Mc-m 


MC-112 


UC-113 


BC-lia 


MC-115 


UC-116 


MC-117 


MC-118 


1. 


Poprulatlon - 1950 


81, 99a 


7,299 


6,180 


6,821 


10,655 


8,098 


8,819 


8,522 


11,215 


8,878 


5,507 


2. 


Population - 19ljO* 


69,873 






















3. 


Percent of Change 


*17.3 






















h. 


Male Population - 1950 


37,91j5 


3,316 


2,989 


3,055 


5,093 


3,639 


3,965 


a,036 


5,200 


3,981 


2,671 


5. 


Non-White Population 


559 


11 


20 


9 


311 


6 


a6 


27 


a9 


61 


19 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


10,675 


1,171 


1,266 


775 


l,a30 


860 


855 


1,086 


1,352 


1,379 


501 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


18,755 


1,U95 


1,295 


1,575 


2,a90 


1,930 


1,935 


2,090 


2,730 


1,910 


1,305 


6. 


Couples with their own household* 


17,310 


1,375 


i,ia5 


l,a65 


2,270 


1,775 


1,825 


1,955 


2,a80 


1,785 


1,235 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


21,719 


2,071, 


1,515 


1,972 


2,870 


2,101 


2,266 


2,366 


3,009 


?,107 


i,a39 


10. 


Institutional Population 


359 


3 


- 


2a 


31 


16 


19 


33 


17 


122 


9a 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


8o,51j5 


7,230 


6,020 


6,615 


10,395 


7,920 


8,750 


a,ai5 


11,135 


8,830 


5,235 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 


























in 1950 as in 19U9* 


70,li05 


6,285 


5,505 


5,770 


9,160 


6,655 


7,a70 


7,585 


9,990 


7,915 


a,o7o 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 


























school yrs. completed* 


12.6 


12.1, 


9.9 


12.6 


12.3 


12.6 


13.7 


12.5 


12.8 


12.9 


12.8 


Ifj. 


Total No. of Families and 


























unrelated individuals* 


27,270 


2,620 


1,530 


2,aoo 


3,025 


2,900 


3,165 


2,725 


3,690 


3,525 


1,690 


15. 


No. Incomes under Sl^JoO* 


5,095 


515 


265 


ai5 


370 


565 


615 


370 


700 


995 


285 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


a, 185 


600 


aeo 


380 


575 


375 


330 


a80 


a95 


320 


150 


17. 


From $3,000 to $li,l499 


5,025 


61,5 


ai5 


520 


860 


600 


260 


555 


570 


265 


335 


18. 


Incomes $li,500 and over 


10,325 


670 


320 


925 


955 


920 


1,575 


1,050 


1,670 


i,5ao 


700 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars ** 
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3,906 

cirf 


3,179 


2,988 


3,917 


3,737 


3,667 


5,537 

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3,979 


a,368 


a.375 


a,3o6 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-109 


MC-110 


Hc-m 


MC-112 


MC-113 


uc-iia 


MC-115 


MC-116 


MC-U7 


MC-118 


1. 


Persons xinder 5 yrs. old 


7,317 


599 


653 


586 


1,058 


68a 


6ai 


801 


901 


532 


862 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


10,922 


77U 


909 


831 


l,a86 


1,112 


i,2ao 


1,167 


1,502 


1,077 


80a 


3. 


Persons ll;-19 yrs. old 


7,033 


523 


601 


a91 


eaa 


9a3 


786 


628 


935 


895 


387 


li. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


•8,057 


969 


a2o 


798 


998 


767 


871 


950 


1,15a 


673 


257 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


55,500 


5,32a 


3,926 


a, 826 


7,ia3 


5,197 


5,962 


5,788 


7,727 


6,215 


3,392 


6. 


Persons lit yrs. old or over 


63,755 


5,926 


a,6i8 


5,aoa 


6,111 


6,302 


6,938 


6,53a 


8,812 


7,269 


3,8ai 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 


























Labor Force 


32,269 


3,167 


2,605 


2,732 


a, 311 


3,00a 


3,392 


3,303 


a,2ai 


3,533 


1,981 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 


























month of April, 1950 


31,201. 


3,070 


2,ai9 


2,660 


a.m 


2,919 


3,269 


3,197 


a,iao 


3,a9a 


1,925 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 


























and kindred workers 


6,091 


521 


160 


53a 


600 


570 


957 


582 


9a8 


803 


ai6 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 


























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


5,862 


356 


121 


39a 


55a 


a59 


960 


a67 


i,oa7 


1,037 


a67 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


1,762 


663 


351 


526 


766 


525 


309 


53a 


577 


313 


198 


12. 


Sales Workers 


3,608 


315 


ia8 


391 


a55 


32a 


390 


381 


566 


361 


277 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 


























kindred workers 


2,983 


ac2 


ao9 


275 


561 


336 


93 


39a 


251 


107 


155 


111. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


3,137 


389 


728 


267 


5a6 


302 


73 


ail 


216 


81 


12a 


H. 


Private household workers 


1,61,7 


70 


22 


29 


115 


70 


333 


73 


228 


581 


126 


16. 


Service workers (except household) 


1,691 


232 


206 


153 


297 


206 


8a 


172 


138 


103 


100 


17. 


Laborers 

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980 
CITY 


97 


236 


6a 


159 


102 


la 


no 


102 


50 


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TICS OF DWELLING DNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-109 


Mc-no 


Mc-in 


MC-U2 


MC-113 


Mc -iia Mc-115 


MC-116 


uc-117 


Mc-iie 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


22,llt9 


2,107 


1,515 


2,006 


2,925 


2,iae 


2,316 


2,a02 


3,077 


2,156 


i,a97 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


21,692 


2,079 


1,506 


1,971 


2,85a 


2,103 


2,273 


2,378 


2,988 


2,10a 


i,a36 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


15,338 


9aa 


736 


1,125 


1,888 


1,526 


2,083 


1,676 


2,3a2 


1,781 


1,237 


h. 


Single detached Units 


























(including Trailers) 


11,, m 


535 


505 


9a8 


1,555 


i,ao7 


2,169 


1,632 


2,285 


1,757 


1,321 


5. 


Median value of Single s.-dollarsl 


15,000* 


12,939 


9,a25 


13,91a 


12,6ia 


13,a57 


20,000+ 


13,880 


17,a71 


20,000* 


15,028 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 


























more unit structures 


659 


281 


58 


77 


73 


26 


15 


a9 


53 


13 


la 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


21,667 


2,061 


i,a8a 


1,93a 


2,880 


2,119 


2,251 


2,3ao 


3,001 


2,128 


i,a69 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 


























no running water or dilapidated 


1,230 


301 


368 


56 


15a 


77 


17 


137 


70 


11 


39 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


10,51,0 


l,a75 


1,000 


1,080 


i,a65 


1,190 


865 


i.aas 


1,070 


750 


160 


10. 


Units built 19hO or later* 


2,680 


130 


55 


iii5 


ao5 


180 


275 


2a5 


220 


180 


8a5 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unitl 


3.1i 


3.1 


3.8 


3.1 


3.a 


3.a 


3.6 


3.3 


3.5 


3.7 


3.a 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 


























per room or more 


967 


127 


250 


65 


17a 


85 


22 


100 


78 


28 


38 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


20,1A5 


2,020 


1,125 


i,9ao 


2,675 


2,065 


2,160 


2,130 


2,825 


2,oao 


i,a35 


Hi. 


All units reporting rents 


























(Both rented and rentable) 


6,000 


1,112 


7a6 


793 


916 


552 


lae 


657 


622 


28S 


169 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


156 


11 


a2 


3 


15 


9 


a 


62 


9 


- 


1 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


1,91,7 


295 


500 


152 


303 


17a 


13 


310 


151 


20 


29 


17. 


From $lj0 to $59 


2,059 


a55 


163 


32a 


397 


236 


as 


163 


187 


69 


20 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


1,838 


351 


ai 


31a 


201 


133 


86 


122 


275 


196 


119 


19. 


Median contract monthly 
rent dollars **1 


























1,8.71 


a9.23 


30.11 


5a. 53 


a5.a6 


a6.19 


67.00 


36.52 


55.75 


69.66 


100.00" 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

Medians for individual census tracts computed from la class intervals for income] 8 class intervals for rent. 

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NORWOOD 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE PO POTATION 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



NC-30 



NC-31 



NC-32 



1, 


Population - 1950 


16,636 


5,532 


3,572 


7,532 


2. 


Population - 19l40« 


15,383 








3. 


Percent of Change 


*15.3 








h. 


Male Population - 1950 


8,070 


2,690 


1,800 


3,580 


5. 


Non-White Population 


19 


8 


5 


6 


6. 


Foreign-Born Ylhite Population 


3,137 


899 


1,037 


1,201 


7. 


Mo. of Married Couples* 


3,8l40 


1,195 


815 


1,830 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


3,595 


1,060 


780 


1,735 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


li,578 


1,1)22 


986 


2,170 


10. 


Institutional Population 


75 


- 


- 


75 


n. 


Persons 1 yr, old or over* 


16,235 


5,1.55 


3.500 


7,280 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 












in 1950 as in 19lj9* 


lh,350 


l.,76o 


3,090 


6,500 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 












school yrs, completed* 


10.8 


11.9 


9.0 


12.1 


Vu 


Total No. of Families and 












unrelated individuals* 


5,070 


1,1.65 


1,060 


2,51.5 


15. 


No. Incomes under tl,500* 


810 


280 


ISO 


380 


16. 


From SI, 500 to S2,999 


1,135 


325 


310 


500 


17. 


From $3,000 to 5l4,ii99 


l,5U5 


1.25 


350 


770 


18. 


Incomes 8li,500 and over 


i,3W 


375 


21.0 


730 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,W8 

TOWN 


3,315 


3,232 


3,570 




NO»n:C CHAPACTCRISTICS 


TOTAL 


NC-30 


NC-31 


NC-32 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


1,558 


5U8 


373 


637 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


2,123 


786 


1.31 


906 


3. 


Persons Ih - 19 yrs. old 


l,261j 


Wt 


265 


555 


U. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


1,528 


1.21 


259 


81.8 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


11,508 


3,690 


2,1.59 


5,359 


6. 


Persons llj yrs, old or over 


12,955 


l.,198 


2,768 


5,989 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 












Labor Force 


7,323 


2,358 


1,630 


3,335 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 












month of April, 1950 


7,060 


2,278 


1,5U0 


3,21.2 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 












and kindred workers 


731. 


229 


62 


!*b3 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 












Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1»89 


160 


U8 


281 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


1,115 


378 


183 


55U 


12. 


Sales WorKers 


lil5 


137 


67 


211 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 












kindred woricers 


1,277 


Ui3 


211. 


620 


lU. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1,971 


581 


721. 


666 


IS. 


Private household workers 


97 


29 


10 


58 


16. 


Service workers (except 












household) 


517 


11.9 


121 


2^7 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


Jill 

T0«ra 


152 


107 


152 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-30 


NC-31 


NC-32 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


1),739 


1,1.90 


1,026 


2,223 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


h,599 


1,1.30 


989 


2,180 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


2,786 


1,087 


1^6 


1,263 


li. 


Single detached Units 












(Including Trailers) 


2,366 


1,089 


291 


986 


5. 


Median value of Singles-dollars 1 


9,516 


9,313 


8,U81 


10,575 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 












more unit structures 


311. 


16 


156 


11.2 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


li,676 


1,1.71 


1,005 


2,200 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 












no running water or dilapidated 


320 


li9 


150 


121 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


2,860 


830 


525 


1,505 


10. 


Units built 19ljO or later* 


600 


31.0 


uo 


150 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


3.3 


3.6 


3.3 


3.1 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 












per room or more 


1»70 


151. 


159 


157 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


3,8U5 


1,355 


505 


1,985 


Ih. 


All Units reporting rents 












(Both rented and rentable) 


1,71.7 


316 


51.2 


889 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


112 


11* 


69 


29 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


1,158 


183 


1.1a. 


531 


17. 


From $!j0 to $59 


363 


90 


18 


255 


18. 


Rentals J60 and over 


^n 1^ 


29 


11 


7U 


19. 


Ifedlan contract monthly rent-dollars 


:**l33.Ui 


31.. 80 


25.17 


36.02 



*Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Medians for individual census tracts computed frcm llj class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 



Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



*Area not traoted prior to 1950. 



PEABODY 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



CITY 
TOTAL 



EC-13 



EC-Ill 



EC-lg 



EC-16 



EC-17 



1. 


Population - 1950 


22,6ii5 


3,369 


3,955 


1,636 


i.,7e9 


5,896 


2. 


Population - 19140^ 


21,711 












3. 


Percent of Change 


+I4.3 












h. 


Male Population - 1950 


ll,21j8 


l,6ao 


2,050 


2,287 


2,388 


2,883 


5. 


Non-White Population 


3U 


3 


8 


9 


1 


13 


6. 


Foreign-Born '.Vhite Pop. 


li,255 


61.5 


1,216 


853 


700 


8ia 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


5,250 


830 


690 


970 


1,150 


1,610 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


li,895 


805 


635 


900 


1,065 


1,1.90 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


6,Uh2 


982 


1,159 


1,315 


1,331. 


1,652 


10. 


Institutional Population 


99 


- 


- 


20 


79 


- 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over 


22,255 


3,325 


3,905 


l.,5o5 


a, 735 


5,785 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 
















in 1950 as in 19h9* 


19,865 


2,975 


3,61.0 


3,870 


l.,065 


5,315 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 
















school yrs. completed* 


10.1 


10.2 


8.3 


10.2 


12.0 


10.6 


lii. 


Total No. of Families and 
















unrelated individuals* 


7,115 


1,085 


1,11.0 


1,535 


1,530 


1,825 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


1,290 


155 


200 


330 


280 


235 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


l,81iO 


295 


315 


1.60 


380 


390 


17. 


From ?3,000 to 01,199 


2,115 


350 


320 


U.0 


1.50 


585 


18. 


Incomes $li,500 and over 


1,285 


175 


125 


225 


225 


535 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,096 
CITY 


3,150 


2,619 


2,791 


3,022 


3,1.67 




NCUC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-13 


EC-11. 


EC-15 


EC-16 


EC-17 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,198 


31.3 


310 


1.02 


173 


665 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


2,805 


1.21. 


1.17 


51.1. 


583 


837 


3. 


Persons llj - 19 yrs. old 


1,71.9 


235 


329 


377 


391. 


)iili 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


2,0li6 


2^9 


371. 


1.80 


1.83 


1.60 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


15,617 


2,327 


2,838 


3,255 


3,281 


3,916 


6. 


Persons lii yrs. old or over 


17,6^2 


2,602 


3,228 


3,690 


3,728 


U,39l. 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
















Labor Force 


9,7ti8 


1,526 


1,880 


2,080 


1,873 


2,389 


8. 


No, of Item 7 employed in 
















month of April, 1950 


9,192 


1,1.51 


1,712 


1,91.2 


1,828 


2,259 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 
















and kindred workers 


72U 


117 


65 


167 


201. 


171 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


788 


126 


99 


11.0 


231 


192 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


l,171j 


180 


171 


308 


226 


289 


12. 


Sales Workers 


526 


103 


72 


112 


115 


12a 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
















kindred workers 


1,19U 


177 


161 


183 


282 


391 


lU. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


3,53a 


589 


832 


776 


507 


830 


15. 


Private household workers 


9li 


17 


21 


10 


21. 


22 


16. 


Service workers (except 
















household) 


51.5 


69 


121 


121 


109 


125 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


1.73 

CITY 


55 


118 


103 


100 


97 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


EC-13 


EC-II4 


EC-15 


EC-16 


EC-17 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


6,617 


985 


1,151 


1,328 


1,371 


1,782 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


6,1.05 


973 


1,11.9 


1,313 


1,321 


l,6a9 


3. 


Ovmer-occupied Units 


3,81a 


622 


1.09 


590 


965 


1,255 


U. 


Single detached Units 
















(including I'railers) 


3,351 


506 


223 


1.01 


999 


1,222 


5. 


Median value of Singles-dollars^ 


9,029 


9,762 


5,ooli 


8,61.6 


9,526 


8,860 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 
















more unit structures 


327 


22 


131 


131. 


16 


2a 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


6,31.9 


91.8 


1,078 


1,291 


1,300 


1,732 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 
















no running water or dilapidated 


599 


33 


228 


92 


lUl 


105 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


3,885 


1.05 


990 


1,115 


610 


765 


10. 


Units built 191*0 or later* 


850 


100 


5 


10 


21.5 


a90 


n. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


3.2 


3.2 


3.1 


3.1 


3.2 


3. a 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 
















per room or more 


613 


85 


138 


135 


111. 


lai 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


lj,600 


805 


1.60 


1,000 


995 


i,3ao 


li. 


All units reporting rents 
















(Both rented and rentable) 


2,1.83 


330 


707 


707 


297 


aa2 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


102 


32 


223 


111 


21 


a5 


16. 


From <t20 to $39 


1,502 


209 


Uio 


hh9 


178 


256 


17. 


From .%0 to 859 


1.63 


69 


68 


130 


76 


120 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


86 


20 


6 


17 


22 


21 


19. 


Median contract montlily 
















rent dollars**! 


30.81. 


32.26 


21.. 52 


29.52 


33.76 


31.3a 









Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Hedians for individual census tracts computed from la class intervale for income, 8 for rent. 
Tiedian not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



QUINCY 





TABLE I - CHARACTEFISTICS 


CITY 




























OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


NC-38 


NC-39 


NC-bO 


NC-Ul 


NC-1.2 


NC-1.3 


Nc-ai. 


NC-1,5 


NC-J46 


NC-1,7 


NC-1,8 


NC-1,9 


1. 


Population - 1950 


63,835 


2,516 


373 


7,351 


10,322 


10,139 


5,390 


l.,953 


6,71.7 


7,661 


7,211, 


9,923 11,21,6 


2. 


Population - 19Uo* 


75,810 


























3. 


Percent of Change 


+10.5 


























h. 


Male Population - 1950 


1.0,301 


1,261. 


19U 


3,501. 


Ij,976 


l.,768 


2,515 


2,368 


3,131. 


3,61,6 


3,606 


a,9l6 


5,Uio 


S. 


Non-White Population 


73 


2 


- 


1. 


6 


6 


8 


6 


8 


9 


2 


15 


7 


6. 


Foreign -Bom V(hite Pop. 


12,71.0 


21.0 


16 


995 


1,330 


1,329 


61.9 


613 


1,207 


1,156 


789 


2,101, 


2,312 


7, 


No. of Married Couples* 


19,635 


685 


115 


l,6i|0 


2,555 


2,355 


1,220 


l,oa5 


1,535 


1,815 


1,655 


2,205 


2,810 


8. 


Couples with their Ofm 






























household'' 


18,1.25 


665 


115 


1,550 


2,1.25 


2,205 


1,150 


985 


1,1.1.5 


1,655 


1,535 


2,055 


2,61,0 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


23,901 


736 


102 


2,120 


3,016 


3,029 


1,651, 


1,-ihh 


1,998 


2,211 


1,855 


2,633 


3,203 


10. 


Institutional Population 


232 


1 


- 


30 


27 


21. 


12 


- 


32 


81 


1. 


21 


- 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


82,310 


2,505 


365 


7,130 


10,205 


9,975 


5,255 


a, 770 


6,665 


7,715 


7,005 


9,800 10,920 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 






























in 1950 as in 191.9* 


73,350 


2,185 


305 


6,1.90 


9,160 


8,715 


i.,660 


U,365 


5,865 


6,81,0 


6,235 


8,625 


9,905 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 






























school yrs. completed* 


12.1 


12.2 


- 


12.1 


12.1 


12.3 


12.5 


11.5 


11.8 


12.3 


11.3 


10.5 


10.6 


lb. 


Total No. of Families and 






























unrelated individuals* 


26,590 


805 


125 


2,065 


3,310 


3,520 


1,635 


1,320 


2,305 


2,865 


2,075 


2,890 


3,675 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


b,b05 


65 


- 


21.0 


1.05 


800 


200 


IbO 


1.85 


530 


31.5 


51.0 


655 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


5,350 


90 


20 


1.50 


61.5 


590 


215 


275 


515 


570 


395 


735 


850 


17. 


From $3,000 to 51.,lj99 


7,91.0 


250 


60 


725 


1,115 


965 


1.50 


385 


615 


720 


700 


790 


1,165 


18. 


Incomes $li,500 and over 


7,360 


31.0 


1.5 


580 


955 


990 


630 


1.55 


580 


820 


550 


680 


735 


19. 


Median Income... dollars*"* 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,521. 
CITY 


l.,250 


■ 


3,506 


3,571. 


3,392 


3,932 


3,888 


3,238 


3,373 


3,1.32 


3,177 


3,185 




MOinc CHAHACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


NC-38 


NC-39 


NC-1)0 


NC-bl 


NC-1.2 


NC-1,3 


NC-Ut 


NC-1.5 


NC-1,6 


NC-li7 


NC-1,8 


NC-l,s 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


8,258 


295 


108 


730 


1,011 


855 


U.8 


1.99 


597 


661. 


81.9 


1,070 


1,132 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


11,101 


399 


1.8 


989 


1,269 


1,180 


675 


651 


877 


911. 


1,261, 


1,335 


i,50C 


3. 


Persons 11. - 19 yrs. old 


6,369 


162 


5 


591 


71.5 


753 


355 


1.60 


1.90 


5o5 


701 


781 


821 


li. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


7,1.65 


ISO 


5 


631. 


1,035 


1,102 


583 


293 


655 


82^ 


1.98 


755 


93c 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


57,009 


1,629 


212 


I.,9li0 


7,165 


7,197 


3,862 


3,262 


l.,700 


5,1.98 


1,299 


6,596 


7, 61,5 


6. 


Persons lb yrs. old or over 


61., 1.76 


1,822 


217 


5,632 


8,01.2 


8,101. 


h,267 


3,803 


5,273 


6,083 


5,101 


7,518 


8,611, 


7. 


No, of Item 6 in Civilian 






























Labor Force 


31., 168 


901 


65 


2,980 


t.,237 


I.,237 


2,191. 


2,01,7 


2,826 


3,273 


2,686 


l,,075 


1,,61,7 


8, 


No. of Item 7 employed in 






























month of April, 1950 


32,262 


859 


61 


2,855 


lj,0l.8 


l.,0l,3 


2,127 


1,932 


2,656 


3,093 


2,ia,6 


3,71,5 


1„397 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 






























and kindred workers 


3,809 


135 


6 


321 


1.1.2 


693 


1.08 


188 


373 


1,90 


193 


257 


303 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 






























Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


3,283 


131 


12 


3ia 


395 


1.77 


308 


196 


281 


371. 


178 


239 


351 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


6,31.3 


131 


6 


709 


1,031 


931 


1.88 


391, 


U.7 


523 


1.30 


589 


661 


12. 


Sales Workers 


3,221. 


116 


10 


255 


i.07 


1.79 


311 


175 


231 


350 


208 


331 


351 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 






























kindred workers 


6,790 


193 


11 


605 


81.0 


630 


283 


lu2 


51.6 


556 


597 


976 


i,iia 


11.. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1.,1.18 


91 


11 


376 


1.95 


1.23 


11,6 


292 


332 


323 


387 


726 


8l< 


15. 


Private household workers 


1.38 


1. 


- 


13 


21 


1.9 


21. 


16 


99 


57 


36 


36 


83 


16. 


Service workers (except 






























household) 


2,361. 


31. 


3 


153 


279 


Zhh 


95 


151 


203 


261. 


21,6 


3U. 


31.£ 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


1,327 
CITY 


21. 


2 


61. 


108 


79 


26 


99 


118 


11.3 


157 


225 


282 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-38 


NC-39 


NC-ltO 


NC-IJ. 


NC-1.2 


NC-1.3 


NC-U. 


NC-i,5 


NC-1,6 


NC-1.7 


NC-1,8 


NC-1,5 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


21.,9l.5 


776 


103 


2,11.3 


3,01.3 


3,077 


1,671. 


1,31.8 


2,029 


2,21,3 


2,608 


2,655 


3,21,6 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


23,825 


736 


102 


2,111. 


3,0U 


3,010 


1,655 


1,331. 


1,992 


2,201 


1,81.6 


2,629 


3,195 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


13,906 


597 


29 


1,U1.7 


1,738 


1,755 


1,085 


908 


1,012 


1,132 


1,353 


1,307 


l,51.j 


14. 


Single detached Units 






























(including Trailers) 


ia,9Ui 


671 


9 


1,251. 


1,185 


1,1.99 


967 


81.2 


752 


951 


2,018 


791. 


995 


5. 


Median value of singles-dollars-'- 


10,1.01 10,968 


- 


10,510 


ll,ia3 


11,21.2 ; 


]2,379 10,021, 11,311 13,067 


7,023 


8,935 


9,1.83 


6. 


Total 'Jnits in Five or 






























more unit structures 


1,515 


9 


- 


99 


176 


313 


130 


22 


205 


358 


11. 


108 


81 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


21., 391 


739 


103 


2,132 


2,976 


3,008 


1,623 


1,331 


2,000 


2,209 


2,1.73 


2,611 


3,18(; 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 






























no running wa-ter or dilapidated 


1,511 


25 


- 


58 


66 


58 


26 


105 


231 


117 


1.01, 


171 


25c 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


12,035 


90 


- 


665 


1,1.25 


1,150 


695 


600 


1,235 


1,165 


1,350 


1,720 


l,9l.C 


10. 


Units built 19bO or later* 


2,21,5 


180 


70 


125 


90 


290 


175 


180 


170 


150 


U,5 


150 


22c 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


3.2 


3.3 


3.7 


3.2 


3.2 


3.0 


3.0 


3.1. 


3.0 


3.0 


3.7 


3.5 


3.3 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 






























per room or more 


1,81.9 


1.2 


5 


121 


162 


121, 


60 


106 


175 


151 


21,6 


316 


3ia 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


21,280 


695 


90 


2,055 


2,860 


2,900 


1,570 


1,160 


1,620 


2,035 


l,liljO 


2,230 


2,62; 


111. 


All units reporting rents 






























(Both rented and rentable) 


9,678 


126 


72 


662 


1,21.9 


1,238 


51.5 


1^.6 


91.6 


I.OIJ!, 


1,65 


1,299 


1,616 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


322 


1 


- 


1. 


12 


7 


1 


27 


89 


26 


21, 


la 


9C 


16. 


From $20 to S39 


i.,3eo 


28 


30 


220 


1.63 


292 


76 


213 


351. 


379 


370 


81,9 


1,1« 


17. 


From 3I4O to S59 


3,690 


1.7 


1.0 


379 


656 


651. 


281 


71 


273 


1.95 


122 


325 


3W 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


1,286 


50 


2 


59 


118 


285 


187 


105 


130 


i)|)i 


1.9 


81. 


n 


19. 


Median contract monthly 






























rent dollars ^^1 


1.0.75 


55.17 


- 


1.3. 0I4 


1.2.72 


1.7.97 


52.66 


36.1.8 


36.30 


10.77 


31.. 81, 


35.1.0 


33.5; 







S-tatistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
Medians for individual census tracts computed from 11, class intervals for Income, 8 for rent. 



Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



*Area not tracted prior to 1950 



ft. 




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TABI£ I - CHAFACTEFISTTCS 
OF THE POPIIUnOM 



TCWN 
TOTAL 



NC-g9 



NC-60 



1. Population - 1950 9,982 

2. Population - 19tiOa 7,63li 

3. Percent of Change +30.7 
h. Male Population - 1950 ij,873 

5. Non-White Population 107 

6. Foreign-Bom VThite Population 1,033 

7. No. of Iilarried Couples* 2,l65 

8. Couples with their own 

household* 2,055 

9. Households - Total Number 2,560 

10. Institutional Population 181* 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over'"' 9,665 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as In 19ii9* 8,U05 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed'* 11.9 
111. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 2,865 

15. No. Incomes under iiljSoO'* 590 

16. From *.1,500 to $2,999 750 

17. From ?3,000 to f«lj,li99 81i5 

18. Incomes $lj,500 and over 510 

19. Median Income. . .dollars** 3,012 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- TOWN 

NOMIC CHAPACTEflSTICS TtlTAL 



10, 

11. 
12, 
13. 

111. 
15. 
16. 
17. 



Persons under 5 yrs, old 1,171 

Persons 5-13 yrs. old l,79h 

Persons lli - 19 yrs. old 81j7 

Persons 65 yrs, old or over 773 

Persons 21 yrs. old or over 6,053 

Persons lli yrs. old or over 7,01? 

No, of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 3,511 

No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 3,339 

Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 373 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 307 

Clerical and kindred workers 571 

Sales VJorkers 2li7 

Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 729 

Operatives and kindred workers 70li 

Private household workers 28 

Service workers (except household) 185 

Laborers 160 



1»,705 
2,338 

he 

53li 
905 

860 
1,168 

160 
U,555 

3,975 
11.8 

1,195 
255 
280 
385 
205 

3,065 

Nn-59 



563 
939 
li2a 
261i 
2,729 
3,203 

1,55a 

l,lj65 

11j5 

131 
238 
101 

375 

30li 

9 

79 

68 



5,277 

2,535 

61 

199 

1,260 

1,195 

1,392 

2a 

5,110 

a,a3o 

12.0 

1,670 
335 
U70 

a6o 

305 
2,955 

NC-60 



608 
855 
a23 
509 
3,32a 
3,8Ui 

1,957 

1,87a 

228 

176 
333 
ia6 

35a 
)iOO 

19 
106 

92 



TABLE TTI - CHAFACTEFIS- 
TTCS OF mVELLINO ™iTS 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



NC-59 



NC-60 



9. 
10, 
11, 
12, 

13. 

la, 
15. 

16. 

17, 
18, 
19, 



Total Pwellin^ Units 2,768 

Total Occuoied Units 2,568 

Owner-occupied Units 2,119 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 2,290 

Median value of Singles-dollars-'- 8,225 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 7 

Total Units reporting condition 2,708 

Units with no private bath or 

no running vrater or dilapidated 230 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 1,315 

Units built 19ao or later* 585 

Median persons per occupied unit 3,5 

Units reporting 1,01 persons 

per room or more 258 

Units reporting central heat* 2,130 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) ai6 

No. rentals under f,Zl ao 

From 320 to 339 211 

From Sao to $59 103 

Pen-tals $60 and over 62 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollars'*! 35.92 



1,306 
1,172 
1,023 

1,168 
8,35a 



1,282 

133 
285 
375 
3.5 

ia7 

965 

132 
17 
69 

3a 
12 

3a. 2a 



i,a62 

1,396 
1,096 

1,122 
7,951 

7 

i,a26 

97 

1,030 

210 

3.5 

111 

1,165 

28a 

23 

ia2 

69 

50 
36.39 



S-tatistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
'■Jedians for individual census -tracts computed from \h class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 



?!edian not shown where base is less than 100. 



Apea not tracted prior to 1950. 




A/o^soa -i.s[/3 



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REVERE 





TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 
















OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


SC-8 


SC-9 


SC-10 


sc-n 


SC-12 


SC-13 


1. 


Population - 1950 


36.763 


U,130 


7,138 


7,237 


l.,778 


8,235 


5,21.5 


2. 


Population - 19ljO* 


3l<,li05 














3. 


Percent of Change 


+ 6.9 














h. 


Male Population - 1950 


18,207 


2,030 


3,631. 


3.51.8 


2,323 


1..135 


2,537 


5. 


Non-Wiite Population 


82 


3 


37 


5 


3 


32 


2 


6. 


ForeiRn-Born White Pop. 


6,lila 


551 


1,356 


1,268 


668 


1.920 


678 


7, 


No. of Married Couples* 


9,000 


1,035 


1,705 


1,835 


1,11.5 


2.135 


1,11.5 


8. 


Couples vrith their own household* 


8,150 


975 


1,530 


-.,635 


1,020 


1.925 


1,065 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


9,971 


1,203 


1,839 


1,838 


1,272 


2,323 


1,1.96 


10. 


Institutional Population 


71 


- 


- 


21 


20 




30 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


36,310 


1,075 


7,000 


7,125 


1,765 


8,11.5 


5,200 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence in 1950 as 


















in 19li9» 


32,690 


3,610 


6,1.00 


6,1.55 


l.,270 


7,1.10 


1..51.5 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median school yrs. 


















completed* 


10.9 


11.6 


9.7 


10.6 


11.5 


10.9 


11.6 


11. 


Total No. of Families and unrelated 


















Individuals* 


11.325 


1,390 


2,020 


2,115 


1,515 


2,705 


1,580 


15. 


No. Incomes under Si, 500* 


2,050 


270 


385 


315 


300 


520 


260 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


3.165 


li30 


675 


535 


350 


750 


U25 


17. 


From }3,000 to $h,U99 


3,215 


330 


510 


635 


1.30 


805 


505 


18. 


Incomes $1|,500 and over 


2,110 


275 


295 


515 


290 


ia5 


320 


19. 


Median Income ... dollars** 
TABLE n - AGE AND ECONOMIC 


3,026 
CITT 


2,81)2 


2,717 


3,313 


3,121 


2,962 


3,171 




CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


SC-8 


SC-9 


SC-10 


SC-11 


SC-12 


SC-13 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,698 


395 


758 


751. 


1.31 


807 


553 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


5.021 


592 


990 


969 


61.6 


1,087 


737 


3. 


Persons ll -19 yrs. old 


2,937 


336 


656 


588 


377 


601. 


376 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


2,906 


3hh 


1.76 


539 


1.29 


651 


1.67 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


2li,600 


2,773 


l.,620 


1.,813 


3,256 


5,630 


3,508 


6. 


Persona Ik yrs. old or over 


28,OUli 


3,1143 


5,390 


5.511. 


3,701 


6,3la 


3.955 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian Labor 


















Force 


114,726 


1,566 


2,887 


3.023 


1,987 


3,177 


2.086 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in month of 


















April, 1950 


13,593 


l,li57 


2.61.5 


2.799 


1,861 


2,898 


1,933 


9. 


Professional, Technical, and kindred 


















workers 


1,035 


136 


113 


189 


197 


21.2 


158 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and Proprietors 


















(inc. Farms) 


l.lljlj 


161 


181 


163 


125 


383 


131 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


2,215 


21)5 


281 


525 


371 


la2 


381 


12. 


Sales Workers 


l,lli9 


105 


159 


181. 


126 


1.20 


155 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and kindred 


















workers 


2,576 


278 


1.91. 


595 


325 


1.81. 


1.x 


Ih. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


3,la7 


289 


963 


71.6 


ia7 


613 


38S 


IS. 


Private household workers 


51i 


9 


5 


8 


7 


13 


12 


16. 


Service workers (except household) 


1,161 


161 


169 


21.5 


171 


206 


209 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERISTICS OF 


697 

CITY 


63 


231. 


131. 


87 


96 


83 




DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


SC-8 


SC-9 


SC-10 


SC-11 


SC-12 


SC-13 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


10,560 


l,l429 


2.010 


1.866 


1,272 


2.366 


1,617 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


9,921 


1,193 


1,81.9 


1,825 


1,258 


2.300 


1.1.96 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


li,893 


673 


1,066 


1,106 


655 


768 


625 


h. 


Single detached Units (including 


















Trailers) 


3,613 


831. 


876 


732 


361 


379 


1.31 


5. 


Median value of Singles . . . dollars^ 


8,01,5 


8,360 


7,306 


8,359 


9,126 


7,906 


7.093 


6. 


Total Units in Five or more unit 


















structures 


1,063 


1.9 


93 


66 


1.3 


571. 


238 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


10,m6 


1,290 


1.952 


1,813 


i,2a8 


2,321. 


l,a89 


8. 


Units with no private bath or no 


















running water or dilapidated 


1,168 


130 


Ull 


92 


70 


285 


180 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


6,670 


635 


1,025 


1,01.0 


795 


1,780 


1,395 


10. 


Units built 191*0 or later* 


550 


90 


180 


90 


60 


125 


5 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


3.5 


3.1 


3.7 


3.8 


3.5 


3.1. 


3.3 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons per 


















room or more 


1,223 


128 


335 


231 


118 


256 


155 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


8,200 


795 


1,355 


1,750 


1,165 


1,975 


l,l6o 


lii. 


All units repoii.ing rents (Both 


















rented and rentable) 


U,827 


m 


708 


703 


577 


1,516 


81.0 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


259 


23 


106 


23 


2U 


35 


1.8 


16. 


From 320 to 339 


3,028 


271 


511 


1.79 


366 


886 


515 


17. 


From $liO to $59 


1,21.6 


127 


73 


160 


161 


512 


213 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


29li 


62 


18 


la 


26 


83 


61. 


19. 


Median contract monthly rent 


















... dollars**! 


3U.23 


35.01 


26,93 


31. .11. 


35.27 


36.51. 


35.21 



*Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
*«Vedians for individual census tracts computed from ll. class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 
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TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 
















OF ™e population 


TOTAL 


EC-1,3 


EC-1)1) 


EC-1)5 


EC-1)6 


EC-1)7 


EC-1)8 


EC-1)9 


1. Population - 1950 


ljl,880 


5,525 


5,136 


6,295 


1),976 


7,211 


5,901 


6,836 


2. Population - I9I4O* 


la,213 
















3. Percent of Change 


+1,6 
















U. Male Population - 1950 


19,925 


2,707 


2,1)95 


2,938 


2,1)39 


3,1)01 


2,737 


3,208 


5. Non-White Population 


17U 


51) 


39 


11) 


30 


27 


9 


1 


6. Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


6,085 


833 


1,059 


1,119 


628 


716 


835 


895 


7, No. of Married Couples* 


8,780 


1,120 


955 


1,255 


960 


1,600 


1,21)5 


1,61)5 


8. Couples with their own household* 


8,150 


1,050 


900 


1,165 


855 


1,520 


1,160 


1,500 


9. Households - Total Number 


11,765 


1,581 


1,1)00 


1,888 


1,1)01) 


2,018 


1,582 


1,892 


10. Institutional Population 


320 


112 


32 


21) 


105 


20 




27 


11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


10,750 


5,355 


5,005 


6,170 


l),8io 


6,990 


5,700 


6,720 


12, Item 11 - Same residence 


















in 1950 as in 19h9* 


36,330 


1),760 


1), 1)1)0 


5,690 


1),21)0 


6,055 


5,o5o 


6,095 


13. 25 yrs. or over - median 


















school yrs. completed* 


9.5 


9.2 


8.0 


9.9 


9.2 


11.0 


8.9 


10.8 


111. Total No. of Families and 


















unrelated individuals* 


13,515 


1,770 


1,725 


2,110 


1,775 


2,175 


1,850 


2,110 


15. No. Incomes under SI, 500* 


2,710 


360 


1)95 


365 


505 


330 


390 


265 


16. From $1,500 to 82,999 


3,590 


500 


51.0 


560 


630 


1)55 


1)75 


1)30 


17. From $3,000 to $li,ij99 


3,670 


1)50 


31)0 


575 


350 


700 


555 


700 


18. Incomes $li,500 and over 


3,105 


1)35 


325 


51)0 


260 


590 


31)0 


615 


19. Median Income ... dollars** 


3,097 


3,036 


2,1)69 


3,226 


2,1)12 


3,1)68 


3,030 


3,587 


TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


CITY 
















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-1)3 


EC-1)1) 


EC-1)5 


EC-1)6 


EC-1)7 


EC-1)8 


EC-1]9 


1, Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,912 


521 


1)51 


1)78 


1)52 


812 


562 


636 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


5,069 


61)8 


626 


631) 


569 


91)3 


801) 


81)5 


3. Persons lit - 19 yrs, old 


3,295 


368 


1)1)5 


1)51) 


381 


573 


518 


556 


h. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


It, 516 


6U3 


1)88 


792 


675 


731 


511) 


673 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


29,000 


3,910 


3,530 


1),61)9 


3,1)97 


1),796 


3,920 


1),698 


6. Persons Hi yrs. old or over 


32,899 


i),356 


1),059 


5,183 


3,955 


5,1)56 


1),535 


5,355 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 


















Labor Force 


18,535 


2,1)18 


2,1)51 


2,972 


2,075 


3,008 


2,712 


2,899 


8. No. of Item 7 employed In 


















month of April, 1950 


17,511* 


2,263 


2,278 


2,827 


1,977 


2,833 


2,552 


2,781) 


9. Professional, Technical, 


















and kindred workers 


1,603 


196 


118 


272 


11)8 


276 


297 


296 


10. Managers, Officials, and 


















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


1,31)7 


137 


101 


319 


107 


190 


121 


372 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


2,391) 


331) 


171) 


1)06 


296 


1)50 


319 


1)15 


12. Sales Workers 


1,231 


151) 


97 


257 


11)0 


191) 


130 


259 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 


















kindred workers 


2,533 


317 


339 


31)3 


277 


1)17 


331 


509 


lij. Operatives and kindred woricers 


5,771 


802 


1,022 


809 


652 


903 


91)9 


631) 


15. Private household workers 


252 


18 


27 


78 


1)0 


32 


26 


31 


16. Service workers (except 


















household) 


l.ltOlt 


166 


199 


215 


187 


21)2 


230 


165 


17. Laborers 


912 


128 


196 


118 


ue 


123 


137 


92 


TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


CITY 
















TICS OF DV/ELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


EC-1)3 


EC-U) 


EC-1)5 


EC-1)6 


EC-1)7 


EC-1)8 


EC-1j9 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


12, loll 


1,711) 


1,1)15 


1,932 


1,1)29 


2,059 


1,612 


1,91)3 


2. Total Occupied Units 


11,810 


1,585 


1,1)03 


1,897 


1,1)06 


2,025 


1,583 


1,911 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


lt,925 


680 


236 


657 


502 


1,051) 


71)0 


1,056 


h. Single detached Units 


















(including Trailers) 


3,027 


1)73 


58 


273 


363 


702 


519 


639 


5. Median value of singles-dollars^ 


8,918 


8,861 


- 


12,921 


6,867 


8,635 


6,690 


11,517 


6. Total Units in Five or 


















more unit structures 


1,691) 


171) 


595 


1)00 


308 


35 


87 


95 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


U,961) 


1,701) 


1,388 


1,916 


1,1)13 


2,029 


1,581) 


1,930 


8. Units with no private bath or 


















no running water or dilapidated 


1,532 


188 


21)1 


111) 


381) 


100 


U67 


38 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


10,050 


1,550 


1,215 


1,610 


1,355 


1,705 


1,390 


1,225 


10. Units built 19h0 or later* 


360 


1)0 


- 


5 


25 


no 


30 


150 


11, Median persons per occupied Unit 


3,1 


3,0 


3.1 


2,9 


2.8 


3.3 


3.1) 


3.3 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 


















per room or more 


1,163 


136 


210 


137 


180 


171) 


206 


120 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


8,660 


1,080 


1)80 


1,705 


990 


1,620 


1,010 


1,775 


lit. All units reporting rents 


















(Both rented and rentable) 


6,718 


896 


1,157 


1,217 


877 


931 


817 


823 


15. No. rentals under $20 


583 


118 


170 


30 


106 


61 


90 


8 


16. From $20 to $39 


14,053 


568 


81)0 


558 


500 


615 


581 


391 


17. From $li0 to $59 


1,680 


131) 


131 


515 


216 


238 


129 


317 


18. Rentals $6o and over 


1)02 


76 


16 


111) 


55 


17 


17 


107 


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rent dollars**! 


33.70 


30.17 


27.1)0 


1)0.12 


30.11) 


32,82 


29.27 


1)0.10 







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SAUGDS 



TABLE I - CHARACTE3!ISTICS 


TOWN 










OF TOE POPITLATION 


TOTOL 


EC-19 


EC-20 


EC-21 


EC-22 


1. Population - 1950 


17,162 


3,701 


1,595 


1*,057 


7,809 


2, Population - 19hO^ 


111, 825 










3. Percent of Change 


+15.7 










h. Male Population - 1950 


8,U6l 


1,81*1 


818 


2,010 


3,792 


5. Non-White Population 


86 


- 


10 


61 


15 


6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 


2,306 


511* 


216 


1*61* 


1,112 


7. No, of Itorried Couples* 


ll,210 


855 


395 


1,055 


1,905 


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household* 


3,81*5 


765 


365 


1,000 


1,715 


9. Households - Total Number 


1*,658 


1,020 


1*33 


1,118 


2,087 


10. Institutional Population 


- 


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11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


16,760 


3,620 


1,51*5 


l*,oi5 


7,580 


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In 1950 as in 191*9* 


llj,6lO 


3,190 


1,320 


3,610 


6,690 


13. 25 yrs. or aver - median 












school yrs. completed* 


n.li 


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11.5 


11.6 


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unrelated individuals* 


l.,985 


990 


1»70 


1,285 


2,21*0 


15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 


625 


95 


70 


155 


305 


16. From a, 500 to $2,999 


1,070 


255 


95 


265 


1*55 


17. From ^3,000 to $h,U99 


1,830 


390 


170 


1*70 


800 


16. Incomes $(4, 500 and over 


1,305 


200 


115 


365 


625 


19. Median Income .... dollars** 


3,590 


3,361* 




3,680 


3,591 


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TCWN 










NOMIC CHAFACTEPISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-19 


EC-20 


EC-21 


EC-22 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


1,851 


385 


200 


1*33 


833 


2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


2,628 


577 


21*1* 


623 


1,181* 


3. Persons lit - 19 yrs. old 


1,373 


31i* 


133 


305 


621 


1*. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


1,1*55 


332 


110 


317 


696 


5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


12,093 


2,378 


995 


2,652 


6,068 


6. Persons li* yrs. old or over 


12,683 


2,739 


1,151 


3,001 


5,792 


7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 












Labor Force 


6,771* 


1,1*27 


599 


1,632 


3,116 


8. No. of Item 7 eraployed in 












month of April, 1950 


6,la2 


1,321 


565 


1,560 


2,966 


9. Professional, Technical, 












and kindred workers 


698 


119 


60 


188 


331 


10. Managers, Officials, and 












froprietors (inc. Farms) 


1*90 


96 


59 


128 


207 


11. Clerical and kindred workers 


91*5 


18U 


58 


268 


1*35 


12. Sales Workers 


1*35 


85 


35 


111 


20lj 


13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 












kindred workers 


1,602 


357 


153 


365 


727 


111. Operatives and kindred workers 


1,1*63 


316 


136 


313 


698 


15. IVivate household workers 


60 


12 


3 


15 


30 


16. Service workers (e^Kept 












household) 


361 


81 


33 


121 


li*6 


17. Laborers 


250 


58 


25 


1*5 


122 


TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


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TOTAL 


EC-19 


EC-20 


iC-21 


EC-22 


1. Total Dwelling Units 


1*,762 


1,01*7 


l*i*8 


1,11*5 


2,122 


2. Total Occupied Units 


1*,61*9 


1,017 


1*32 


1,116 


2,081* 


3. Owner-occupied Units 


3,751 


833 


358 


929 


1,631 


h. Single detached Units 












(including Trailers) 


3,619 


689 


386 


959 


1,585 


5. Median value of Singles-dollars^ 


8,035 


7,516 


6,388 


8,159 


8,01*9 


6. Total Units in Five or 












more unit structures 


23 


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23 


7. Total Units reporting condition 


1*,722 


1,027 


1*1*1* 


1,139 


2,112 


8. Units with no private bath or 












no running water or dilapidated 


336 


123 


1.9 


63 


101 


9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 


2,595 


530 


80 


630 


1,355 


10. Units built 19U0 or later* 


51*5 


170 


130 


95 


150 


11. Median persons per occupied unit 


3.5 


3.1* 


3.1* 


3.5 


3.6 


12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 












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370 


98 


a 


58 


173 


13. Units reporting central heat* 


1*,210 


815 


350 


1,01*5 


2,000 


llj. All units reporting rents 












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825 


11*5 


62 


185 


1*33 


15. No. rentals under $20 


1*9 


18 


12 


5 


11* 


16. From $20 to $39 


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78 


31 


lOli 


260 


17. From 81*0 to $59 


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31* 


13 


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131 


18. Rentals $60 and over 


65 


15 


6 


16 


28 


19. Median contract monthly- 
rent dollars**! 












35.35 


33.32 


- 


37.00 


35.91 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
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TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 


















OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


MC-31 


MC-32 


Mc-33 


Mc-3a 


MC-35 


MC-36 


110-37 


1. 


Population - 1<?S0 


102,351 


6,689 


a, 190 


2,aii 


2,820 


a, 783 


8,102 


3,521* 


2. 


Population - 19L0* 


102,177 
















3. 


Percent of Change 


+0.2 
















h. 


Male Population - 1950 


l»9,27lt 


3,252 


1,950 


1,166 


1,361 


2,238 


3,866 


1,705 


5. 


Non-White Population 


39li 


13 


12 


1 


265 


10 


7 


3 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


19,921 


1,303 


653 


a99 


5aa 


990 


l,a68 


601 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


22,985 


1,535 


895 


600 


665 


1,135 


1,925 


805 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


21,270 


l,a85 


815 


550 


620 


1,030 


1,755 


765 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


27,99li 


1,869 


1,063 


717 


738 


i,a68 


2,209 


916 


10. 


Institutional Population 


kh6 


86 


- 


15 


- 


- 






U. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


99,875 


6,a90 


a, 075 


2,370 


2, 800 


a,665 


8,060 


3,385 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 




















In 1950 as in 19U9* 


88,01(5 


5,765 


3,335 


2,135 


1,930 


a,o9o 


7,oao 


3,120 


13. 


25 yrs. or orer - median 




















school yrs. completed* 


10.7 


u.o 


12.2 


12.0 


10.3 


11.2 


11,8 


10.3 


Ih. 


Total No. of Families and 




















unrelated individuals* 


31,680 


1,925 


1,620 


905 


810 


1,735 


2,735 


965 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


5,720 


185 


550 


195 


95 


350 


a95 


155 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


8,080 


3ao 


190 


230 


220 


a75 


590 


270 


17. 


From $3,000 to $i4,lt99 


9,51(5 


660 


380 


290 


230 


500 


790 


305 


18. 


Incomes $li,50O and orer 


7,060 


630 


a25 


150 


185 


350 


635 


225 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,220 

CITf 


3,778 


3,108 


3,029 


3,a55 


3,032 


3,250 


3,16a 




MCSnC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-31 


MC-32 


uc-33 


Mc-3a 


MC-35 


MC-36 


MC-37 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


9,908 


708 


307 


192 


278 


i|il| 


713 


39a 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


13,U35 


9oa 


ao7 


2a7 


a3o 


528 


955 


5a8 


3. 


Persons lU-19 yrs. old 


8,698 


a78 


a22 


19a 


262 


317 


656 


322 


h. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


9,1(83 


62a 


a87 


356 


213 


630 


869 


255 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


68,691 


a, 523 


2,89a 


i,7aa 


1,810 


3,a67 


5,630 


2,215 


6. 


Persons lli yrs. old or over 


79,008 


5,077 


3,a76 


1,972 


2,112 


3,8ai 


6,a3a 


2,582 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in ClviUan 




















Labor Force 


U3,697 


2,789 


i,7a3 


1,068 


1,226 


2,090 


3,55a 


l,3ai 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 




















month of April, 1950 


1(0, 8a8 


2,663 


1,667 


999 


1,121 


1,997 


3,350 


1,265 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 




















and kindred workers 


3,015 


203 


231 


96 


a5 


179 


308 


57 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 




















Proprietors, (inc. Farms) 


2,51(5 


253 


160 


85 


51 


180 


2a7 


67 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


8,399 


590 


a25 


230 


212 


aa3 


818 


20a 


12. 


Sales Workers 


2,927 


239 


160 


9a 


67 


li(2 


271 


76 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen and 




















kindred workers 


6,779 


a73 


226 


181 


193 


352 


597 


2a2 


Il4. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


10,1(69 


552 


26a 


17a 


323 


396 


633 


369 


IS. 


Private household workers 


289 


12 


6 


10 


17 


20 


21 


a 


16. 


Service workers (except 




















household ) 


3,927 


232 


ia5 


9a 


130 


189 


306 


136 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


2,26a 

cm 


95 


36 


32 


7a 


76 


133 


103 




TICS OF DWELLBIO UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-31 


MC-32 


MC-33 


Bc-3a 


MC-35 


MC-36 


MC-37 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


28,537 


2,055 


1,083 


720 


737 


i,a76 


2,261 


921 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


27,965 


1,862 


1,07a 


710 


731 


i,a59 


2,221 


911 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


9.6hh 


7ai 


a86 


271 


289 


a96 


899 


aoo 


U. 


Single detached Units 




















(including Trailers) 

Median value of Singles.. dollars^ 


2,833 


77 


78 


99 


91 


laa 


150 


220 


5. 


7,51(2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,5aa 


9,756 


6,a63 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 




















more unit structures 


3,719 


283 


17 


75 


11 


270 


110 


18 


7. 


Total Units reporting conditicm 


28,201 


2,03a 


1,07a 


707 


715 


i,a53 


2,223 


912 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 




















no running water or dilapidated 


2,85a 


27 


10 


55 


21 


lai 


73 


88 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


23,9ao 


1,070 


815 


685 


6ao 


1,195 


1,990 


7a5 


10. 


Units built 191(0 or later* 


215 


190 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 




11. 


Median persons per occupied unitl 


3.a 


3Ji 


3.3 


2.9 


3.6 


2.8 


3.3 


3.6 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 




















per room or more 


3,oa6 


13a 


a2 


a 


97 


107 


lao 


153 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


23,030 


1,795 


1,050 


700 


615 


1,390 


2,170 


690 


111. 


All units reporting rents 




















(Both rented and rentable) 


i8,oa7 


1,11a 


570 


a26 


a28 


939 


1,300 


503 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


828 


7 


- 


1 


7 


la 


3 


31 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


11,352 


52a 


ia6 


200 


355 


U(5 


60a 


ai2 


17. 


From ihO to $59 


a,8a8 


515 


377 


185 


59 


376 


565 


as 


18. 


Rentals $60 and <Jver 


1,019 


68 


a7 


ao 


7 


loa 


128 


15 


19. 


Median contract monthly 




















rent dollars**! 


3a. aa 


ao.i2 


aa.59 


ao.5o 


33.65 


39.90 


ao.56 


29.88 



"statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Medlans for individual census tracts computed from la class Intervals for income, 8 for rent. 
Median not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not traet«d prior to 1950. 



SOMERVILLE - CCNTINDED 



IABI£ I 



MC-38 



MC-39 



MC-UO 



MC-lq 



MC-1»2 



MC-1;3 



MC-Ui 



MC-ltg 



1. Population - 1950 9,5o5 

2. Population - 191*0* 

3. Percent of Change 

li. Male Population li,562 

5. Non-White Population 22 

6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 1,835 

7. No. of Married Couples* 2,055 
3. Couples with their own household* 1,955 
9. Households - Total Number 2,595 

10. Institutional Population - 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 9,165 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

1j:i 1950 as In 19lj9* 7,975 
13« 25,yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 10,8 
llj. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 2,690 

15. No. Incomes under $1,500* U25 

16. From $1,500 to $2,999 685 

17. From (f3,000 to $lj,l499 835 

18. Incomes $lj,?00 and over 61i0 

19. Median Income .... dollars** 3,225 

TABLE II MC-38 



7,983 8,687 10,11.8 ll,aW 5,258 12,871i 3,935 



3,650 
h 
l,ij70 
1,725 
1,560 
2,20l4 
278 
7,81)5 

6,900 

11.6 

2,515 
390 
650 
8U0 
51i5 

3,292 

MC-39 



U,207 
9 
1,570 
2,065 
1,895 
2,lt07 
33 
8,li70 

7,315 

11.3 

2,790 
5L0 
750 
825 
585 

3,082 

MC-hO 



U,926 

6 

2,159 

2,U35 

2,230 
2,800 

9,915 
9,015 

10. h 

3,085 

I415 
750 
960 

820 

3,366 

MC-Ul 



5,672 
17 

2,01)1 

2,565 

2,3llO 
2,992 

11,195 

10,005 

9.5 

3,575 
715 

1,030 

1,090 
625 

2,982 

uc-hZ 



2,li73 

1,036 
1,155 
1,080 
1,560 

21) 

5,090 

l.,l)7S 

11.0 

1,71)0 
380 

a95 

505 

315 

2,935 

MC-I)3 



6,277 
21 

2,7^7 
2,585 
2,380 

3,1)00 
10 

12,1)65 

11,225 
9.7 

3,1)60 
630 
985 

1,015 
755 

3,090 

MC-1)1) 



1,969 
1. 

1,005 
81)0 
810 

1,056 

3,885 

3,720 

8.5 

1,130 
200 
1)20 
320 
175 

2,777 

MC-I)5 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 1,018 679 828 951) 1,251 1)7U 1,305 393 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 1,323 913 1,071 1,337 1,679 550 1,932 611 

3. Persons ll)-19 yrs. old 757 612 708 851 1,100 1)37 1,156 1)26 
1). Persons 65 yrs. old or over 793 1,01)8 878 767 769 566 981 21)7 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 6,277 5,659 5,955 6,863 7,216 3,707 8,296 2,1)35 

6. Persons 11) yrs. old or over 7,161) 6,391 6,788 7,857 8,512 l),23l) 9,637 2,931 

7. No. of Item in Civilian 

Labor Force 1),009 3,51)2 3,722 l),la8 1),795 2,31)6 5,1)88 1,566 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 3,769 3,358 3,1)88 I),l59 1),356 2,189 1),998 1,1)69 

9. Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 2U) la2 281) 259 182 197 293 25 

10. Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 233 226 226 21)7 192 123 187 68 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 726 867 71)9 887 721 1)^ 910 I66 

12, Sales Workers 277 260 277 31)7 237 158 273 1)9 

13, Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 712 1)80 598 701) 717 317 778 209 

11). Operatives and kindred workers 990 670 821) 1,002 1,1)62 539 1,621) 61)7 

15. Private household workers 19 36 30 11) 26 19 1)8 7 

16. Service workers (except 

household) 377 266 307 1)25 1)31 258 50l) 127 

17. Laborers 183 121 I69 21)0 366 122 351) I60 



TABLE III - CHAPACTERIS- 
TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 



MC-38 



MC-39 



MC-1)0 



MC-lq 



MC-1)2 



MC-1)3 



MC-U) 



MC-1)5 



1. Total Dwelling Units 

2. Total Occupied Units 

3. Owner-occupied Units 
1). Single detached Units 

(Including Trailers) 

5. Median value of Singles.. do llare^ 

6. Total Units in Five or 
more unit structures 

7. Total Units reporting condition 

8. Units with no private bath or 
no running water or dilapidated 

9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 

10. Units built 191)0 or later* 

11. Median persons per occupied unitl 

12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 
per room or more 

13. Units reporting central heat* 
11). All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 

15. No. rentals under $20 

16. From $20 to $39 

17. From $1)0 to $59 

18. Rentals $60 and over 

19. Median contract monthly 
rent dollars ^ 



2,61)2 

2,602 

902 


2,221) 

2,191 
791 


2,1)37 

2,399 

906 


2,828 

2,800 

967 


3,051 

2,990 

861 


1,583 

1,558 

1)1)6 


3,U)2 

3,1)02 

972 


1,077 

1,055 

217 


232 

7,332 


336 
8,021 


316 

8,189 


21)0 
7,1)20 


329 
6,365 


160 
8,1)79 


270 
6,200 


91 


211) 
2,610 


1)1)6 
2,392 


292 

2,1)21 


378 
2,805 


1)1)3 
3,012 


1)80 
1,573 


516 
3,1)11 


166 
1,059 


312 
2,395 

3.1) 


136 
1,755 

3.1 


266 

2,275 

5 

3.2 


87 

1,775 

15 

3.1) 


a73 

2,880 
3,5 


267 
1,530 

2.9 


603 
3,115 

3.5 


295 
1,075 

3.5 


296 
2,160 


161 
1,990 


251 

2,270 


271 
2,635 


528 

2,180 


151 
1,305 


1)79 
1,880 


195 
200 


1,679 

1)9 

1,27a 

300 

56 


1,380 

19 

629 

583 
11.9 


1,1)76 

22 

81)1, 

1)92 

118 


1,788 

20 

1,136 

551 

81 


2,098 
127 

1,661 

21)1) 

66 


1,102 

38 

598 

359 

107 


2,1)10 
21)6 

1,9^3 

191 

30 


831) 
21)1) 

581 
6 
3 



33.29 



1)0.61) 



37.39 



36.55 



28.78 



37.37 



27.55 



23.01 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
**Medlans for individual census tracts computed from 11) class intervals for income, 8 for rent, 
Tiedian not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 



STOKEHAM 



TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
Of THE POHILATION 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



MC-75 



MC-76 



1. 
2. 
3. 
h. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 

11. 

12. 
13. 

lU. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



10. 

u. 

12. 
13. 

Ih. 

15. 
16. 
17. 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 
Ih. 

15. 

16. 
17. 

18. 

19. 



Population - 1950 13,229 

Population - 19)40^ 10,765 

Percent of Change +22.9 

Male Population - 1950 6,281 

Non-'.Vhite Population 26 

Foreign-3om V.Tiite Pop, l,ii58 

No. of Married Couples* 3,090 

Couples with their own household 2,8o5 

Households - Total Number 3,557 

Institutional Population 81 

Persons 1 yr. old or over* 12,960 
Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 19^9* 11,395 
25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 12,2 
Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 3,985 

No. Incomes under :jl,500* 730 

From ;tl,500 to ?2,999 775 

Fron $3,000 to &h,h99 1,050 

IncoTies JU,500 and over l,OljO 

Median Income dollars** 3,321 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- TOIVN 

NOKTC CHARACIiETSTTCS TOTAL 



7,539 



3,568 
6 
819 
1,875 
1,720 
2,021 

a2 

7,1*65 

6,1(50 

12.3 

2,3W 
U20 
380 
610 

700 
3,616 



MC-75 



Persons under 5 JTs. old 1,U-1 

Persons 5-13 yrs. eld 1,859 

Persons lii-l? yrs. old 1,001 

Persons 65 yrs. eld or over 1,322 

Persons 21 yrs, eld or over 8,813 

Persons lli yrs. old or over 9,959 

No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 5,067 

No. of Item 7 employed in 

month of April, 1950 ti,917 

Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 669 

Managers, Officials and 

Proprietors (inc. Fau-ms) 1(86 

Clerical and kindred workers 912 

Sales Vforkers llll7 

Craftsmen, Foremen and 

kindred workers 909 

Operatives and kindred vrarkers 81i3 

Private household workers 50 

Service workers (except household) 323 

Laborers 226 

TABIE III - CHAFJiCIERIS- TO\'«J 

TICS OF DWELLINO UNITS TOTAL 



Total Dwelling Units 3,696 

Total Occupied Units 3,572 

Owner-occupied Units 2,61j9 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 2,Ij31 

Median value of Singles. . .dollars-'- 10,07lj 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 129 

Total Uni-ts reporting condition 3,598 

Units with no private bath or 

no running wa-ter or dilapida-ted 302 

Units built 191^ or earlier* 1,835 

Units built 19140 or later* 535 

Median persons per occupied unit^ 3.1i 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

per room or more 261 

Units reporting central heat* 3,255 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 867 

No. ren-tals under $20 bO 

From 520 to S39 533 

From thO to S59 226 

Rentals S!60 and over 68 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**^ 31.75 



799 

1,072 

557 

695 

5,022 

5,668 

2,816 

2,758 

IM 

3U2 
S12 
272 

513 
357 
22 
161 
109 

MC-75 



2,120 
2,022 
1,67U 

1,667 
10,70li 

69 
2,080 

81* 
735 
li55 
3.3 

109 
1,905 

328 

22 

I6U 

103 

39 

37.16 



5,690 



2,713 

20 

639 

1,215 

1,085 

1,536 

39 

5,1.95 

lj,9li5 

12.0 

1,61(0 
310 
395 
UiO 
31(0 

3,121 



MC-76 



612 
787 

}Mi 
627 

3,791 
1(,291 

2,251 

2,159 

225 

1U4 
1(00 
175 

396 
1(86 
28 
162 
117 

MC-76 



1,576 

1,550 

975 

761( 

9,115 

60 
1,518 

218 

1,100 

80 

3.1) 

152 
1,350 

539 

18 

369 

123 

29 

31(.13 



*Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
*''tfedians for individual census tracts computed from Ih cle . s intervals for income, 8 for rent, 
n^edian not shown where base is less than 100. *Area not tracted prior to 1950. 






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TABLE I - CHf-RACTERISTICS 

OF THE POPULATION 



TCMN 

TOTAL 



HC-62 



NC-63 



1. Population - 1950 ll,lii6 

2. Popiaation - 19UC^ 8,632 
■3. Percent of Change +29.0 
h. Wale Population - 1950 5,li61j 

5. Non-V/hite Population 135 

6. Foreign-Porn ViTiite Population l,li22 

7. No. of '(arried Couples* 2,575 

8. Couples with their own 

household* 2,360 

9. Households - Total Number 3,078 

10. Institutional Population 63 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 10,975 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 191*9* 9,200 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 11.5 
111. Total No. of Families and 

unrelat,ed individuals* 3,310 

15. No. Incomes under *1,500* S60 

16. From Si, 500 to Jt2,999 890 

17. From «3,000 to Slj,li99 920 
16. Incomes ^lj,500 and over 735 
19. Median Income dollars** 3,166 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- TOTTO 

NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS TOTAL 



5,27h 

2.568 

ijl 

51j9 

1,205 

1,130 

1,1j91. 

20 

5,130 

li,285 

12.0 

1,580 

255 

li20 

hBS 

325 

3,173 

NC-62 



5,872 

2,896 

9I4 

873 

1,370 

1,230 

1,581 

i.3 

5,ei;5 

l.,915 

u.o 

1,730 
305 

1)70 

1)35 

lllO 
3,121 

HC-^3 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 

3. Persons lli - 19 yrs. old 

I4. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 

6. Persons II4 yrs. old or over 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
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8. No. of Item 7 employed in 
month of April, 1950 

9. Professional, Technical, 
and kindred workers 

10. Managers, Officials, and 
Proprietors (inc. Farms) 

11. Clerical and kindred woricers 

12. Sales Workers 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
kindred workers 

llj. Operatives and kindred workers 

15. Private household workers 

16. Service workers (except 
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17. Laborers 



1,387 
1,715 
822 
903 
7,078 
e.OlUi 

l<,3li8 

lj,198 

353 

369 
508 
261 

776 

1,1)23 

1)7 

189 
233 



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789 
372 

1)71 
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2,092 

2,005 

167 

207 
276 

130 

1)19 

573 

25 

91 

lOl) 



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926 
1)50 
1)32 
3,661) 
1),185 

2,256 

2,193 

186 

162 
232 
131 

357 
850 

22 

98 
129 



TABLE III - CHAPJICIERIS- 
TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 



•KJHU 
TOTAL 



NC-62 



NC-63 



1. Total Dwellinn Units 

2. Total Occupied Units 

3. Ovmsr-occupied Units 
)). Single detached Units 

(inclndinf^ Trailers) 

5. '"'edian value of Singles-dollars^ 

6. Total Units in Five or 
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6. Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 
9. Units built 1919 or earlier* 

10. Units built 191)0 or later* 

11. i/edian persons per occupied unit 

12. Units reporting 1.01 persons 
per room or more 

13. Units reporting central heat* 
111. All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 
l5« No. rentals under !i20 

16. From .'J20 to S39 

17. From $1)0 to S59 

18. Pentals .'*60 and over 

19. Median contract raonthl; 
rent dollars**- 



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2,209 
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373 

1,900 

620 

3.1) 

280 
2,110 

989 
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1,071 
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111 
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136 

1,010 

230 

3.3 

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1)0 

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1,577 

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1,138 
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390 

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606 
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67 

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TABLE I - CHARACTEraSTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



TOVM 
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MC-77 



'TC-7e 



t'C-79 



MC-eo 



1, Population - 1950 19,633 

2, Population - 19i,oa 16,223 

3, Psrcent of Change +21.0 
h. Male Population - 1950 9,606 

5. Non-Vfhlte Population 21 

6. Foreieji-Forn White Pop. 2,565 

7. No. of Married Couoles* 5,OljO 

8. Couples vrith their own household* lj,6lO 

9. Households - Total ^Jlunber 5,ljl6 

10. Institutional Population 72 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 19,235 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 19li9'' 16,650 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed" 12.1 
lit. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals'' 6,130 

15. No. Incomes under $1,500* 875 

16. From SI, 500 to i2,999 1,260 

17. From 53,000 to 31,,ii99 1,750 
16, Incomes $li,500 and over 1,790 
19. Median Income .... dollars'""" 3,610 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- Tffl'l-; 

NOHC CHAPJICTEFISTICS TOTAL 



5,265 



2,673 

Ih 

860 

l.lj05 

1,260 

1,366 

Ul 

5,230 

lj,635 

11.? 

1,575 
160 

1.20 

51*0 

330 

3,300 



MC-77 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 2,lljlj 618 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 2,686 797 

3. Persons lli-19 yrs. old IjijOli ljl3 
li. Persons 65 yrs. old or over 1,975 IjOS 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 13,167 3,385 

6. Persons llj yrs. old or over lli,803 3,870 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 7,663 2,073 

8. No, of Item 7, employed in 

month of April, 1950 7,556 1,979 
". Professional, Technical 

and kindred workers 932 l6l 

10. Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farr.s) 81jl 165 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 1,337 277 

12. Sales V/orkers 705 Ui9 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 1,325 381j 

111. Operatives and kindred workers l,5ij7 590 

15. Private household workers 101 15 

16. Service workers (except 

household ) 381t 99 

17. Laborers 329 131 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- TOWN 
TICS OF DWELLING UNITS TOTAL MC-77 



5,773 



2,767 

U 

731^ 

1,1j85 

1,375 

1,666 

8 

5,660 

ti,720 

12.2 

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385 
560 
500 

3,365 

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661 
699 
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306 

219 
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225 

383 

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35 

139 
106 



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2 

517 
1,150 
1,055 
1,258 
16 
li,6oo 

3,960 

12.3 

i,W5 
235 

21j5 

315 

5^0 

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316 
505 
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1,611 

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256 
359 
187 

237 
297 

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1,902 

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1,106 

7 

3,725 

3,335 

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210 

335 

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553 

295 

377 

2,598 

2,9!45 

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201 
276 
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196 

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Total Occupied Units 5,lilii 1,391 1,663 

Owner-occupied Units 3,8li9 905 1,031 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 3,1^36 778 81i9 

Median value of Singles. .dollars^ 10,h26 8,665 11,312 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 162 70 98 

Total Units reporting condition 5,5lO 1,).'12 1,707 

Units with no private bath or 

no runninp water or dilapidated li65 l6[i 157 

Units built 191« or earlier* 3,350 985 1,095 

Units built 19^0 or later* 930 225 305 

Median persons per occupied unitl 3.1t 3.6 3.1 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

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Units reporting central heat* h,885 l,lli5 1,580 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) l,ij75 lj57 595 

No. rentals under $20 138 69 37 

From 320 to $39 Tld. 272 277 

From iihO to $59 UljS 97 210 

Rentals 360 and over llj8 19 71 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollarE**l 36.03 28.88 38.52 



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TABLE I - CHAEACIEHISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



CITY 
TOTAL 



MC-n9 



MC-120 MC-121 



MC-122 



1. Population - 1950 147,187 

2. Population - 19lj0* li0,020 

3. Percent of Change +17.9 
Ij. Male Population - 1950 22,60li 

5. Non-White Population 166 

6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 7,lj27 

7. No. of Married Couples* 10,635 

8. Couples with their own household* 9,595 

9. Households - Total Number 11,970 

10. Institutional Population 2,3lilj 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 1^5,950 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 19lj''* li0,030 

13. 25 yrs, or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 11.6 
II4. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 111, 715 

15 No. Incomes under $1,500* 2,875 

16. From Si, 500 to 82,999 1),02S 

17. From $3,000 to $h,h99 3,960 

18. Incomes 8li,500 and over 3,285 

19. Median Income 3,065 

TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- CITT 

NOMTC CHARACTERISTICS TOTAL 



3,017 



i,iia8 
111 
235 

85 

25 

S3 

2,138 

2,975 

2,395 

U.8 

655 
180 
380 

J.0 

1.5 

2,0S0 



11,035 e,2ij7 6,128 



MC-123 MC-12i; MC-125 MC-126 
3,382 6,66l4 3,230 5,(i8a 



5,365 
9 

i,ia3 
2,805 
2,600 
3,007 
71 
10,680 

9,310 

12.3 

3,1.85 

560 

775 

930 

1,120 

3,1.614 



3,991. 
2 
1,189 
2,01.0 
1,870 
2,230 
1.1 
8,01.0 

6,870 

12.1 

2,U.5 
350 
710 
760 
575 

3,166 



2,985 

7 

965 

1,1.70 

1,360 

l,6oli 

68 

5,915 

5,2l45 

U.5 

2,010 
500 
350 
595 
515 

3,220 



1,573 
11. 
731. 
785 
61.5 
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3,320 

2,700 

10.6 

1,1^5 

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1.75 
310 

165 
2,31.6 



3,112 
5 
1,216 
1,605 
1,1.65 
1,930 
3 
6,530 

5,775 

11.3 

2,235 

5oo 
660 
635 
370 
2,875 



1,560 
2 
609 
630 
560 
797 

3,110 

2,835 

9.8 

790 
135 
305 
230 
105 
2,81a 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old l.,9l.7 kh 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 6,019 320 

3. Persons Hi-19 yrs. old 3,932 392 
1.. Persons 65 yrs. old or over lijUl. 116 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 31,558 2,152 

6. Persons ll* yrs. old or over 36,221 2,653 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 

Labor Force 18,1J.3 565 

8. No. of Item 7 employed in 

montJi of April, 1950 17,261» 562 

9. Professional, Technical, 

and kindred workers 2,009 109 

10. Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors (inc. Farms) 1,281. 19 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 2,512 55 

12. Sales Workers l,li60 2 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 

kindred workers 3,388 22 

111. Operatives and kindred workers 3,729 16 

15. Private household workers 238 1 

16. Service workers (except 

household) l,57li 327 

17. Laborers 907 11 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- CITT 

TICS OF DWELLING UNITS TOTAL MC-U9 



1,518 
1,1.69 
735 
817 
7,195 
8,OU8 

li,09l. 

3,963 

632 

381 
606 
1.30 

71.2 

652 

55 

21l2 
179 

MC-120 



952 

1,087 

578 

770 

5,513 

6,208 

3,290 

3,121 

352 

272 
5U1 
253 

661 

601 

29 

222 
173 

MC-121 



595 

79a 
683 

572 
3,958 
l.,739 

2,308 

2,187 

237 

191 
31a 
167 

1.88 

1.50 

25 

11.6 
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255 
353 

220 

396 

2,511 

2,771. 

1,572 

i,a23 

110 

50 
188 
lib 

273 

363 

!i9 

159 
86 



660 

761 

1.86 

731 

li,671 

5,21i3 

2,831. 

2,51.1. 

220 

173 
31.3 
275 

567 

600 

39 

208 
73 



360 
503 
309 
265 
2,001 
2,367 

l,261i 

1,162 

li9 

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lli2 

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268 

I1O8 

12 

81 
78 



2,567 

16 
1,066 
1,215 
1,070 
1,373 

23 
5,380 

li,900 

10.7 

1,680 
21iC 
370 
I16O 
390 

3,286 



MC-119 MC-120 MC-121 MC-122 MC-123 MC-I2I4 MC-125 MC-126 



563 
732 
529 
iai7 
3,557 
li,l89 

2,li86 

2,302 

300 

161 
296 
llili 

367 

619 

28 

189 
182 



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1. 
2. 
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5. 
6. 



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10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 
1).. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



Total Dwelling Units 12,232 

Total Occupied Units 12,017 

Owner-occupied Units 5,783 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) l.,60li 

Median value of Singles.. dollars^ 11,019 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures l,!j.9 

Total Units reporting condition 12,039 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 1,239 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 7,265 

Units, built 191.0 or later* 1,735 

Median persons per occupied, unlt-l- 3.3 

Units reporting 1,01 persons 

per room or more 1,261 

Unita reporting central heat* 10,200 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 6,159 

No, rentals under 820 179 

From 820 to $39 3,117 

From .$ao to $59 1,91.5 

Rentals $60 and over 918 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**^ 39.25 



57 
53 
18 


3,065 
3,009 
1,998 


2,292 
2,258 
1,161 


1,639 
1,606 

801 


992 

981 
206 


1,973 

1,937 

691i 


817 
799 
293 


1,397 

1,37U 

612 


38 


2,Oli3 
10,993 


871. 
11,372 


622 

11,1.29 


101 


339 
10,581. 


II16 
7,280 


1U.1 
10,960 


6 
56 


1U.3 
3,033 


216 
2,269 


91. 
1,611 


316 
960 


163 
1,91.1 


50 
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131 
1,375 


5 

20 

10 


190 

790 

1,050 

3.h 


81 

1,275 

255 

3.1. 


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1,055 

200 

3.3 


227 
91.0 

2.7 


232 

1,1.95 

1.5 

3.0 


188 
750 

3.7 


175 
91.0 
175 
3.6 


1. 

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225 
2,735 


220 
2,065 


177 
1,325 


131 
860 


179 
1,680 


11.1. 
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181 
980 


27 
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6 


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29 
339 
256 
368 


1,083 

9 

1.92 

509 

73 


796 
33 
li6l 
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132 


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16 
371 
2I16 
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1,21(6 

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1.91 
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30 


752 
37 

508 

162 

1.5 



1.8.03 



1.0.93 



35.78 



39.23 



39.59 



31.11. 31.82 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 

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TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 


TOWN 












OF THE popnunoN 


TOTAL 


MC-105 


MC-106 


MC-107 


MC-108 


1. 


Population - 19S0 


37,329 


7,176 


10,61t6 


6,89it 


12,613 


2. 


Population - 19U(fi- 


35,lt27 










3. 


Percent of Change 


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h. 


Male Population - 19?0 


17,628 


3,505 


a, 901 


3,177 


6,olt5 


5. 


Non-White Population 


26 


7 


2 


It 


13 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


7,055 


1,893 


1,730 


l.ltOl 


2,031 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


8,lt6o 


1,570 


2,515 


1,555 


2,820 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


7,760 


1,390 


2.3U5 


i,lto5 


2,620 


9, 


Households - Total Number 


10,012 


1,877 


3,olt8 


1,81,6 


3,2a 


10. 


Institutional Population 


62 


- 


10 


36 


16 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


36,lt50 


7,030 


lO.ltlO 


6,700 


12,310 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 














in 1950 as Iji 19it9* 


33,100 


6,615 


9,lt90 


6,085 


10,910 


13. 


25 yrs. or orer - median 














school yrs, completed* 


12.1 


10.lt 


12.lt 


12.0 


12.0 


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Total No. of Families and 














unrelated individuals* 


10,865 


1,915 


3,265 


2,310 


3.375 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


1,805 


3ltO 


lt95 


l,lt5 


525 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


2,205 


lt60 


555 


560 


630 


17. 


From $3,000 to $lt,lt99 


3,o5o 


565 


870 


555 


1,060 


18. 


Incomes $lt,500 and oyer 


3,195 


U55 


1,200 


535 


1,005 


19. 


Median Income dollars** 

TABI£ II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,51i9 

TOTN 


3,22U 


3,737 


3,083 


3,530 




NOMIC CHARACIERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-105 


MC-106 


MC-107 


MC-108 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,551t 


615 


836 


579 


1,52a 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


lt,6l6 


803 


l,29lt 


721t 


1,795 


3. 


Persons lij-19 yrs. old 


2,973 


602 


722 


5ia 


1,118 


It. 


Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


3,286 


aeu 


1,270 


775 


757 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


25,668 


5,0lt8 


7,656 


lt,9lt3 


6,021 


6. 


Persons lit, yrs. old or , over 


29,159 


5,758 


8,516 


5,591 


9,29lt 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian 














Labor Force 


15,306 


3,081t 


lt,2U5 


3,005 


It, 972 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 














month of April, 1950 


lit, 772 


2,95 ( 


li,l33 


2,865 


It, 817 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 














and kindred workers 


1,879 


180 


829 


319 


551 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 














Proprietors (Inc. Farms) 


1,507 


21tlt 


583 


227 


1.53 


U. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


2,7lt5 


lt93 


863 


572 


817 


12. 


Sales Workers 


l,29lt 


21tO 


U99 


205 


350 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 














kindred workers 


2,380 


It90 


5U3 


lt86 


861 


Il4. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


3,013 


862 


lt06 


616 


1,129 


15. 


Private household workers 


13lt 


15 


57 


28 


3U 


16. 


Service workers (except household) 


1,011 


230 


218 


21tO 


323 


17. 


Laborers 

TABI£ III - CHARACTERIS- 


639 
TOTN 


153 


86 


1U2 


258 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-105 


MC-106 


MC-107 


MC-108 


1. 


Total Dwelling Onlts 


10,162 


1,909 


3,091 


1,868 


3,29lt 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


10,06l 


1,899 


3,061 


l,81t9 


3,252 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


5,099 


789 


1,829 


87lt 


1,607 


U. 


Single detached Units 














(including Trailers) 


2,580 


162 


1,078 


316 


l,02li 


5. 


Median value of Singles.. dollars^ 


11,863 


8,619 


13,81)1, 


11,369 


10,006 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 














more unit structures 


lt58 


90 


57 


lt7 


261t 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


9,938 


l,82lt 


3,0ltit 


1,821 


3,21.9 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 














no running water or dilapidated 


287 


37 


22 


103 


125 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


It, 000 


860 


925 


1,005 


1,210 


10. 


Uniljs built 19liO or later* 


900 


- 


125 


25 


750 


U. 


Median persons per occupied unit^ 


3.1i 


3.5 


3.2 


3.3 


3.6 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 














per room or more 


751i 


188 


9lt 


125- 


31.7 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


9,320 


1,775 


2,935 


l,71t5 


2,665 


lit. 


All units reporting rents 














(Both rented and rentable) 


lt,79lt 


1,076 


I,l8ii 


935 


1,599 


15. 


No. rentals under $20 


59 


15 


3 


7 


3lt 


16. 


From $20 to $39 


1,775 


525 


130 


ao7 


713 


17. 


From $ltO to $59 


2,090 


a58 


760 


1.23 


m 


16. 


Rentals $60 and over 


870 


78 


291 


93 


1.03 


19. 


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It5.39 


39.Ut 


51.21 


itl.l7 


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TABLE I - CHARACTERISTICS 
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TOWN 
TOTAL 



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NC-lfj 



NC-15 



NC-16 



1. Population - 19S0 20,Sh9 

2. Population - I9h0^ 15,127 

3. Percent of change +35.8 
h. Kale Population - 1950 8,575 

5. NonJfhite Population Ij8 

6. Foreign-Bom Vfhite Pop, 2,270 

7. No. of iiarried Couples* U, U.0 

8. Couples with their o?m household* U,l65 

9. Households - Total Number 5,136 

10. Institutional Population hi 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 20,255 

12. Item 11 - Sarae residence 

in 1950 as in 19h9* 16,725 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 12,9 
Ih. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 8,U80 

15, No. Incomes under .■(1,500* 2,895 

16, From 81,500 to $2,999 l,lli5 

17, From $3,000 to .'ii4,)j99 975 

18, Incomes Sit, 500 and over 2,855 

19, Median Income ,... dollars** 2,862 

TABLE II - AGE ATO ECO- TOVffl 

VOfflC CHARACffiRISTICS TOTAL 



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63!. 

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360 
368 

1,325 
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12.6 

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130 

150 
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2,020 

1,900 

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8,500 

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2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 

3. Persons 11.-19 yrs. old 

1.. Persons 65 yrs. old or over — .. 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 

6. Persons 11. yrs. old or over 

7. No, of Item 6 in Civilian 
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8. No. of Item 7 employed in 
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10, Managers, Officials, and 
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11, Clerical tind kindred workers 

12, Sales Workers 

13, Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
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Ih, Operatives and kindred workers 

15, PJpivate household workers 

16, Service workers (except 
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17, Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACffiPIS- 
TICS OF DWELLINO DNITS 



1,600 
2,61.0 
2,1.08 
1,861. 
13,339 
16,309 

7,561. 

7,14.5 

1,693 

1,511 
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552 
385 
330 

777 

281 

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1,171 

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Total Dwelling Units 5,269 

Total Occupied Units 5,151 

Owner-occupied Units l.,l63 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) l.,ti36 

Median value of Singles... dollarsl 15,000* 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 120 

Total Units reporting condition 5»071 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 171. 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 1,660 

Units built 191.0 or later* I,l60 

Median persons per occupied unit^ 3.2 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

per room or more 138 

Units reporting central heat* l.,875 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 886 

No, rentals under $20 17 

From $20 to $39 271 

From $1.0 to $59 2U2 

Rentals $60 and over 356 

Median contract monthly 

rent dollars**^ 52,81 



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OF THE POPOTJi.TTON 


TOTAL 


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NC-52 


NC-53 


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1. 


Population - 1950 


32,690 


11,112 


6,058 


5,61,7 


3,883 


5,990 


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Population - 19ljO 


23,866 












3. 


Percent of Change^ 


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h. 


Male Population - 1950 


15,936 


5,h51 


2,915 


2,711 


1,921, 


2,935 


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Non-White Population 


85 


20 


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8 


1, 


39 


6. 


Foreign-Bom Vfhite Pop, 


3,226 


1,133 


678 


533 


360 


522 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


7,975 


2,650 


i,iao 


1,31,0 


1,020 


1,555 


8. 


Couples with their ovm household* 


7,550 


2,505 


1,320 


1,280 


950 


1,1)95 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


9,233 


3,091 


1,688 


i,51iO 


1,121 


1,793 


10. 


Institutional Population 


119 


9 


10 


78 


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22 


U. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


31,820 


10,790 


5,9140 


5,1)80 


3,775 


5,835 


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in 1950 as in 19U9* 


26,935 


9,065 


5,270 


l.,770 


3,125 


1),705 


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12.1 


12.1 


11.0 


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12.2 


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Total No. of Families and 
















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9,805 


3,2ii5 


1,760 


1,665 


1,215 


1,920 


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No. Incomes under 81,500* 


1,1.55 


385 


365 


280 


160 


265 


16. 


From Sl,500 to S2,999 


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395 


325 


260 


385 


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From S3, 000 to Slj,lj99 


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535 


575 


390 


570 


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Incomes Slj,500 and over* 


2,705 


1,010 


385 


1,00 


330 


580 


19. 


Median Income ... dollars** 
TABLE II - AGE AND ECO- 


3,568 


3,659 


3,216 


3,378 


3,1)63 


3,622 




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NC-50 


NC-51 


NC-52 


NC-53 


NC-51, 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,859 


1,385 


630 


653 


a92 


699 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


J.,891. 


1,665 


950 


826 


595 


838 


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Persons llj-19 yrs. old 


2,1.01 


817 


1,71 


1,28 


271, 


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Persons 65 yrs. old or over 


2,883 


875 


566 


5U6 


295 


601 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


21,159 


7,096 


3,927 


3,665 


2,1)83 


3,988 


6. 


Persons llj yrs. old or over 


23,937 


8,0lj2 


li,l)78 


a, 168 


2,790 


l),l)53 


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12,125 


It, 101 


2,256 


2,075 


1,1)89 


2,20a 


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11,508 


3,886 


2,126 


1,979 


1,1)00 


2,117 


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Professional, Technical, 
















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1,379 


i*35 


185 


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358 


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i.ziiU 


399 


168 


198 


169 


290 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


1,909 


669 


3I1I4 


353 


216 


325 


12. 


Sales Workers 


1,021, 


308 


11.5 


195 


131 


21)5 


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2,6U1 


1,003 


W7 


U16 


339 


U26 


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Operatives and kindred workers 


1,870 


601 


I46I4 


293 


251. 


258 


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Private household workers 


131 


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23 


28 


15 


25 


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651. 


227 


139 


115 


68 


105 


17. 


Laborers 

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$22 

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169 


162 


76 


1.2 


73 




TICS OF DWELLIHr, DNTIS 


TOTAL 


HC-50 


NC-51 


NC-52 


NC-53 


NC-5I1 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


9,837 


3,382 


l,79li 


1,603 


1,200 


1,858 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


9,253 


3,105 


1,683 


1,51,0 


1,133 


1,792 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


7,065 


2,381 


l,l61i 


1,127 


891, 


l,a79 


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Median value of Singles.. dollars 


7,591 


2,725 


1,2^9 


1,117 


977 


1,523 


5. 


9,031 


9,051 


7,7W 


9,1,88 


9,378 


9,a82 


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Total Units in Five or 
















more unit structures 


177 


27 


UO 


53 


17 


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7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


9,593 


3,25l4 


1,71)8 


1,586 


1,170 


1,835 


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Units with no private bath or 
















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891 


336 


a3 


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9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


It, 515 


1,385 


1,115 


800 


1)05 


810 


10. 


Units built 191iO or later* 


2,095 


695 


115 


330 


365 


390 


11. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


3.3 


3.1» 


3.h 


3.1, 


3.2 


3.1 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 
















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666 


232 


155 


120 


86 


93 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


7,965 


2,7U5 


1,325 


1,315 


975 


1,605 


111. 


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2,033 


690 


1,65 


395 


213 


270 


15. 


No. rentals under 320 


122 


35 


35 


22 


9 


21 


16. 


From 1(20 to $39 


987 


290 


289 


193 


106 


109 


17. 


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63li 


261 


118 


102 


68 


65 


16. 


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290 


10I4 


23 


78 


30 


55 


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38.12 


iiO.52 


31.75 


37.60 


37.77 


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1. Population - 1950 19,1496 3,87li 

2. Population - 19liOa 16,768 

3. Percent of Change +16.3 

I4. Ifale Population - 1950 9,227 l,9lil 

5. Non-White Population 17 13 

6. Foreign-Born White Pop. 2,6l6 55ii 

7. No. of Married Couples* l4,690 9liO 

8. Couples with their own household* 14,255 860 

9. Households - Total Number 5,hl9 l,0liO 

10. Institutional Population lt5 10 

11. Persons 1 yr. old or over* 19,125 3,825 

12. Item 11 - Same residence 

in 1950 as in 19li9* 16,635 3,305 

13. 25 yrs. or over - median 

school yrs. completed* 12.3 12,2 
111. Total No. of Families and 

unrelated individuals* 6,2o5 1,310 

15. No. Incomes under "l.SOO* 1,135 290 

16. From *1,500 to *2,999 1,275 220 

17. From 13,000 to Sli,li99 1,650 liOO 

18. Incomes 3l4,500 and over 1,625 305 

19. Median Income .... dollars*"- 3,511* 3, 261* 

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900 

775 

1,109 

12 

3,980 

3,595 
12. I4 

l,2l45 

230 
150 
270 
I490 
3,929 

SC-16 



2,121 



14,826 



979 


2,325 


- 


1 


2914 


830 


580 


1,210 


535 


1,100 


621 


I,l4l0 


22 


* 


2,ll45 


14,735 


1,870 


14,030 


12,1 


12,3 


730 


1,580 


175 


275 


1^0 


I475 


155 


I420 


200 


270 


3,179 


2,927 


SC-17 


SC-18 


170 


1»63 


232 


609 


II46 


371 


308 


I4I48 


1,5U8 


3,318 


1,719 


3,75l4 


855 


1,798 


813 


1,726 


132 


21I4 


123 


21,8 


19? 


3a6 


92 


271 


119 


27I4 


77 


200 


10 


9 


I45 


98 


19 


36 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 

2. Persons 5-13 yrs. old 

3. Persons II4-I9 yrs. old 

I4, Persons 65 yrs. old or over 

5. Persons 21 yrs. old or over 

6. Persons II4 yrs. old or over 

7. No. of Item 6 in Civilian 
Labor Force 

8. No. of Item 7 en^iloyed in 
month cf Apr.'l, T950 

9. Professional, Technical, 
and kindred workers 

10. Managers, Officials, and 
Proprietors (inc. Farms) 

11. Clerical and kindred workers 

12. Sales T.'orkers 

13. Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
kindred workers 

Ih. Operatives and kindred 
workers 

15. Private household vforkers 

16. Service v/orkers (except 
household ) 

17. Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 
TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12, 

13. 
111. 

15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 
19. 



I,86l4 
2,146s 
1,1, ?6 
2,066 
13,1429 
15,167 

7,l453 

7,ll4l 

972 
1,056 

l,^l4l 

888 

l,09l4 

795 
53 

I419 
197 

TOWN 
TOTAL 



382 
525 
288 
323 
2,612 
2,967 

1,360 

1,296 

129 

266 
250 

1149 

211 

160 
12 

62 
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SC-II4 



1*97 
618 
367 

141*5 

3,050 
3,1*79 

1,796 

1,735 

207 

1S3 
388 
169 

287 

251. 
10 

133 
72 

SC-15 



352 

1*81 

301* 

51*1* 

2,901 
3,21*8 

1,61*1* 

1,571 

290 

236 
361* 
207 

203 

loll 
12 

81 
29 

SC-16 



rent , dollars 



SC-17 



Statistics based on 20 percent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
Iledians for individual census tracts computed from 11* class intervals for income, 8 for rent. 



SC-18 



Total Dwelling Units 5,921 1,106 1,290 1,129 61*1* 1,752 

Total Occupied Units 5,ljl;7 1,0L9 1,21*5 1,112 6I8 1,1*23 

Owner-occupied Units 2,895 1*96 708 759 31*7 585 

Single detached Units 

(including Trailers) 2,219 339 I486 592 2l4l* 558 

Median value of Singles.. dollars^ 11,067 11,561 9,657 12,202 11,919 8,971* 

Total Units in Five or 

more unit structures 1*05 57 67 6 56 219 

Total Units reporting condition 5,720 1,01*1 1,272 1,108 637 1,662 

Units with no private bath or 

no running water or dilapidated 373 119 85 15 36 II6 

Units built 1919 or earlier* 3,800 725 860 665 51*0 1,010 

Units built 191*0 or later* l85 55 30 1*0 l5 1*5 

Median persons per occuoied unit^ 3.ti 3.1* 3,5 3.1* 3.1 3,2 

Units reporting 1.01 persons 

per room or more 293 58 75 26 1*0 91* 

Units reporting central heat* 5,205 1,030 1,195 1,080 610 1,290 

All units reporting rents 

(Both rented and rentable) 2,li37 531 503 333 255 8l5 

No. rentals under $20 16 3 3 - 3 7 

From 320 to 339 81*2 177 21*7 ' 71 72 275 

From S1*0 to $59 1,125 222 223 185 129 366 

Rentals S60 and over 1*51* 129 30 77 51 167 

Median contract monthly 

■■**1 1*6.1.0 1*5.56 39.59 1*8.31* 1*5.68 1*1*. 89 



Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



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TABLE I - CHAEAClERISTrCS 


cm 














OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


MC-8I4 


uc-85 


UC-86 


MC-87 


MC-88 


1. 


Population - 1950 


20,192 


3,521 


5,632 


3,11*1* 


1*,720 


3,1.75 


2. 


Population - 19boa 


19,751 












3. 


Percent of Change 


-3.8 












l4. 


Male Population - 1950 


9,918 


1,771 


2,715 


1,1*95 


2,21*5 


1,692 


5. 


Non-White Population 


21h 


6 


117 


10 


75 


6 


6. 


Foreign-Bom White Pop. 


2,1x99 


li77 


706 


337 


61*6 


333 


7. 


No. of Married Couples* 


U.hxo 


860 


1,11*5 


710 


935 


760 


8. 


Couples with their own household* 


3,970 


780 


1,065 


615 


815 


695 


9. 


Households - Total Number 


5,263 


986 


1,1*23 


825 


1,153 


871. 


10. 


Institutional Population 


69 


- 


59 


- 




10 


11. 


Persons 1 yr. old or over* 


19,960 


3,380 


5,1*1*0 


3.065 


U,61*0 


3,1.35 


12. 


Item 11 - Same residence 
















in 1950 as in 19lj9* 


17,885 


3,110 


1*,620 


2,790 


1*,195 


3,170 


13. 


25 yrs. or over - median 
















school yrs. corapleted* 


11.8 


12.0 


12.0 


12.0 


11.1 


12.0 


111. 


Total No. of Families and 
















unrelated individuals* 


5,7liO 


965 


1,565 


835 


1,330 


1,01.5 


15. 


No. Incomes under $1,500* 


970 


150 


275 


11*0 


260 


11*5 


16. 


From $1,500 to $2,999 


1,1425 


2I45 


365 


180 


31*0 


295 


17. 


From $3,000 to $lj,)499 


1,725 


295 


1*30 


275 


1*1*0 


285 


18. 


Incomes $lt,500 and over 


1,100 


225 


330 


160 


180 


205 


19. 


Median Income .... dollars** 
TABLE n - AGE AND ECO- 


3,187 
CITT 


3,298 


3,ia6 


3,261 


3,021 


3,086 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


M3-81j 


MC-85 


MC-86 


MC-87 


MC-88 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,287 


I4IO 


656 


1*01 


1.77 


31.3 


2. 


Persons 5-13 yrs. old 


2,758 


UiO 


795 


1*13 


651 


159 


3. 


Persons lli-19 yrs. old 


1,696 


27l| 


U33 


261 


1*39 


289 


Ij. 


Persons 6S yrs. old or over 


1,891 


303 


51*5 


270 


aoi* 


369 


5. 


Persons 21 yrs. old or over 


13,1*58 


2,357 


3,665 


2,033 


3,071* 


2,329 


6. 


Persons llj yrs. old or over 


15,l4l47 


2,671 


1*,1S1 


2,330 


3,592 


2,673 


7. 


No. of Item 6 in Civilian Labor 
















Force 


8,021 


l,3liO 


2,107 


1,21*5 


1,999 


1,330 


8. 


No. of Item 7 employed in 
















month of April, 1950 


7,657 


1,301 


2,022 


1,186 


l,81iU 


1,30U 


9. 


Professional, Technical, 
















and kindred workers 


705 


107 


189 


116 


151* 


139 


10. 


Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors (inc. Farms) 


738 


17li 


173 


U8 


115 


158 


11. 


Clerical and kindred workers 


l,li02 


169 


383 


2^3 


31*2 


265 


12. 


Sales Workers 


505 


87 


121 


9ii 


U8 


85 


13. 


Craftsmen, Foremen, and 
















kindred workers 


1,220 


251* 


301* 


252 


2 26 


181. 


m. 


Operatives and kindred workers 


1,716 


275 


1*55 


230 


526 


230 


IS. 


Fi-ivate household workers 


100 


7 


1*2 


9 


26 


16 


16. 


Service workers (except 
















household) 


li86 


61 


151 


58 


130 


86 


17. 


Laborers 

TABLE III - CHARACTERIS- 


696 

CITY 


130 


185 


65 


190 


126 




TICS OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


Mc-ea 


MC-85 


MC-86 


MC-87 


MC-88 


1. 


Total Dwelling Units 


5,328 


962 


1,1*68 


850 


1,169 


879 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


5,262 


9I48 


1,1*59 


826 


1,155 


87^ 


3. 


Owner-occupied Units 


3,361 


725 


81j8 


573 


610 


605 


Ii. 


Single detached Units 
















(including Trailers) 


2,927 


693 


799 


51*7 


332 


556 


5. 


Median value of Single s..dollars-'- 


9,13l4 


11,898 


9,710 


8,636 


9,25a 


10,290 


6. 


Total Units in Five or 
















more unit structures 


191 


5 


126 


17 


22 


21 


7. 


Total Units reporting condition 


5,lli8 


953 


1,1*21* 


827 


1,093 


851 


8. 


Units with no private bath or 
















no running water or dilapidated 


562 


8I4 


161 


58 


211 


as 


9. 


Units built 1919 or earlier* 


3,630 


530 


1,105 


5U5 


815 


635 


10. 


Units built I9I4O or later* 


500 


130 


11*5 


110 


30 


85 


n. 


Median persons per occupied unit^ 


i.^ 


3.1. 


3.a 


3.5 


3.7 


3.6 


12. 


Units reporting 1.01 persons 
















per room or more 


57I1 


87 


160 


80 


155 


92 


13. 


Units reporting central heat* 


li,l465 


850 


1,190 


775 


81*5 


805 


lU. 


All units reporting rents 
















(Both rented and rentable) 


1,752 


19U 


575 


236 


501 


2a6 


15. 


No. rentals under 820 


lli9 


22 


S3 


XU 


h.U 


16 


16. 


From .$20 to $39 


1,077 


117 


312 


11*1 


368 


139 


17. 


From $kO to $59 


1;23 


3U 


178 


68 


71 


72 


18. 


Rentals $60 and over 


103 


21 


32 


13 


18 


19 


19. 


Median contract monthly 
















rent dollars **1 


33.50 


32.00 


31*. 16 


35.25 


28.21 


35.29 



Statistics based on 20 persent sample. Median not shown where base is less than 500. 
^Jedians for individual census tracts computed from lb class intervals for income; 8 for rent. 



Median not shown where base is less than 100. 



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