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SOCIAL PACTS BY" CENSUS TRACTS 



PROM THE U, S» CENSUS I960 



RSSElftRCH DEPARTI-IEMT 
UNITE!) COMMUNITi: SERVICES 
" 111 Sonerset Str-eet 
Bostons Massachusetts 02108 






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BU;>T0N PUBLIC LIBRARY 



COMTEIfTS 

Page 

Boston (City) i-J7 

Backbay - Southend (Map) i 

Backbay 2 " 

Southend 3 

Brighton ^ 

Charlestown - north End - West End (Map) 8 

Charlestown 9 

North End ±0 

West End 11 

Dorchester (north) 12 

Dorchester (south) l5- 

East Boston 17 

Hyde Park 20 

j Jamaica Plain 22 

Roslindale ^ 25 

-4 Roxbury 28 

South Boston 32 

Jest Roxbury 35 

Boston Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (excluding Boston) 38-1^9 

Acton 38 

Arlington 39 

Ashland Ul 

Bedford U2 

Beunont U3 

Beverly US 

Braintree U7 

Brookline U9 

B\u'lington 5l 

Cambridge 52 

Canton 56 

Chelsea 57 

Cohasset ^9 

Concord 60 

Danvers 61 

Dedham 63 

Dover ^5 

Everett 66 

Framingham bS 

Hamilton 70 

Hanover 71 

Hingham 72 

Holbrook 7U 

Hull 75 

Lexiurrton 76 

Lincoln 78 

Lynn 79 

Lynnf ield 82 

ffelden 8U 

Manchester 85 

Marblehea.l 86 

Marslif ield 87 

Haynard 88 



Page 

Medf ield 89 

Medf ord 90 

Melrose 92 

Middleton 9U 

milis 95 

Milton 96 

Nahant 98 

Natick 99 

Needham 101 

Newton lOU 

Norfolk 106 

North Reading 107 

Norwell 108 

Norwood 109 

Peabody Ill 

Pembroke 113 

Quincy llU 

Randolph 118 

Reading 119 

Revere 121 

Rockland 123 

Salem 12U 

Satigus 126 

Situate 128 

Sharon 129 

Sherbom 130 

Somerville 131 

Stoneham 13U 

Sudbury 136 

Swampscott 137 

Topsf ield 138 

Wakefield 139 

Walpole lUl 

Waltham 1U2 

Watertown •• Ihh 

WcQTland ll;6 

V:ellesley lU7 

VJenham 1U9 

Weston 1^0 

Westwood 1^1 

V/eymouth 152 

Willmington l5U 

Winchester l55 

Winthrop 156 

Woburn l58 






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TABU I CHAHACTEHI3TIC3 


AHEA 


















Oy THt POPUUTIOH 


TOTAL 


J-3 


J-li 


J-5 


K-3 


K-M 


X-liB 


K-5 


3-1 


1, Population 1960 


li7,587 


2,3?9 


2,952 


7,979 


6.686 


6.I1I9 


8,685 


6,137 


6,350 


i. Population 1950 


51.221. 


3,653 


1.,18S 


9,7li0 


6,li58 


5,715 


10,119 
-ill. 2 


6,932 


Il,l4l9 

li3.6 


}, P*rcant«g* of otung* 


-7.1 


-3I1.9 


-29.5 


-18.1 


3.5 


12.3 


-11.5 


{,, Mala popJatlon I960 


20,116 


1,176 


1,519 


3,622 


2,620 


2,772 


3,823 


2,397 


2,187 


5. Nr.n-whlta Population 


11,019.. 


Co 


776 


537 


106 


171 


237 


92 


2,020 


6. Total Foreign Stock 


17,191 


1,072 


1,261 


3,568 


2,010 


1,831. 


3,936 


1,986 


1,52U 


7. No. of Hnrried couplaa 


5,620 


231 


11.1 


1,201 


677 


Ii57 


l,3li5 


693 


583 


8, Couples with own household 


5,562 


231 


1.29 


I.17I1 


673 


I4I46 


1,337 


689 


583 


9, Couplea with own children 




















under 18 years of a^a 


l,li?2 


38 


151 


295 


lOd 


Bit 


3W 


130 


277 


10. Population In group quartara 


10,681 


60 


200 


717 


1,190 • 


3,81i9 


837 


l,57li 


l,9li6 


11. Population S yrs. and over 


146,161 


2,327 


2,830 


7,808 


6,602 


6,367 


8.380 


6,032 


5,81!, 


12. Item 11, oome res. 1955 


111, 11.0 


1,001 


1,207 


3,231 


1,660 


929 


2.71li 


1,179 


2.219 


1). 195S rea. outalda ;;MSA 


12, 2W 


309 


1.17 


1,351 


2,091 


2, Bill 


2.I7I4 


2,008 


1,039 


lb. 25 yri. or over-^'^dian 




















;,ohool yoara completed 


12.6 


12.0 


ii.a 


12.1 


U1.6 


lli.3 


12.5 


13.7 


12.1 


15. Total no, fajnilloa 


7,597 


327 


617 


1,589 


■ 659 


52U 


l,70l4 


912 


1,065 


16. .^'o. Incoinea under $}000 


1,703 


loll 


111 


397 


113 


13U 


270 


101 


1.73 


i7. $3 - 5999 


2,7vl 


111 


302 


662 


lUi 


113 


810 


260 


389 


18. $6 - 9999 


1,888 


88 


161. 


Ii27 


236 


136 


I166 


228 


U46 


19. »10,000 and over 


1,215 


2U 


Ii3 


103 


366 


II4I 


158 


323 


57 


20. Median family income 


$5,265 


»l.,953 


»li,753 


»li.633 


$8,866 


$6.ua 


$5,262 


•7,li35 


$3,35li 


Tf.BU- II AOF, AND ECO- 


An>.A 


















NOMIC CHARACieRISTICS 


TOTAL 


J-3 


j-h 


J-5 


K-3 


K-14A 


K-I.B 


K-5 


3-1 


1. Persona under 5 yrs. old 


1,1.27 


52 


121 


172 


8I1 


51 


305 


ici 


536 


i. Persona 5 - lU yr3. old ; 


1,861 


68 


20I1 


196 


90 


6I1 


211 


121 


907 


J. Persons 65 and over 


7,11.5 


676 


597 


1,820 


B78 


510 


1,289 


961 


UUi 


u. persons 21 yrs. and over 


36,171 


2,172 


2,li5U 


6,872 


5,1.20 


3,358 


7,633 


5,097 


3.165 


5. Persons lit yrs. and over 


1.14,1.69 


2,268 


2,SUi 


7,637 


6,526 


6.3U9 


8,196 


5,926 


I1.963 


C, No. of Itam 5 in Civilian 




















Labor force 


28,350 


1,1.05 


1,712 


li,952 


l.,506 


2,873 


5,676 


14.290 


2.936 


7. No. of ltej« 6 employed 


27,09li 


l.^'i 


1,629 


li,661 


• 11,1.08 


2,688 


5.1*75 


L,060 


2.810 


6. Professional, Technical, 


















. 


'ianaeors, Officiala, and 




















Proprietors 


7,682 


222 


265 


1,060 


1,670 


817 


1.776 


i.3Ul4 


528 


9. Clerical and Salea 


<J,hlO 


1.36 


392 


1,193 


1,210 


755 


1.7/1 


1,203 


510 


10. CivftB.'tien, foremen 


1,106 


77 


158 


276 


99 


80 


238 


:28 


50 


^> Oi^-ratlves 


1,1.82 


69 


217 


li33 


86 


69 


313 


62 


213 


li. Irivato household, aervloe, 




















laborara 


3,679 


326 


I1I9 


795 


3li2 


3B7 


67U 


367 


36v 


13. i!arrled women in labor force 


$ 


















Huc'jand preseni 


2,506 


137 


179 


501 


308 


111 7 


705 


267 


21,2 


Ih. Automobile to work 


5.107 


105 


287 


752 


909 


512 


l,1.6li 


667 


Ul 


55. Railroad, eubway, bue to work 6,if'0 


1.1.7 


61.8 


1,981 


911. 


686 


1,915 


965 


62I4 


■' '/clli to work 


6,298 


IPl 


U.3 


862 


1,21.1. 


602 


1,089 


1,097 


1*80 


TABLE III CIIARACTKRISTIC3 


AH!'.A 












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• 

• 


or R/ELLIHO uNns 


TOfAL 


'-3 


J-U 


J-5 


K-3 


X-liA 


K-t.0 


K-5 


S-l 


i, Tot«l Houalne Unite 


llxlil 


l,61i7 


1,517 


ll,622 


3,3146 


1,560 


1,861. 


2,868 


1,903 


".. ToUl Occupied UnlU 


20,91.?. 


1,5';0 


1,U30 


l<.363 


J.ioo 


1,141.3 


l4,572 


2,671 


1,822 


3. Owror Occupied Ua':;« 


997 


1.9 


93 


. Ill 


259 


99 


13c 


168 


88 


U. Number of units In 1 


— 


















unit «t.-ucturoa 


1,170 


16 


33 


61 


652 


1.0 


128 


206 


3I4 


Sf Mo. unlLa in 5 ot mor» 




















unit etruclurea 


19,2f9 


l,li56 


1,130 


!(,23li 


2,1.1.7 


1,369 


li,568 


2,362 


1,703 


6j No, doterloratlnp. 


2,527 


9li 


672 


605 


8 


30 


1.62 


635 


21 


7. Mo. dilapidated 


99 


e 


62 


1 








20 


8 


.8. Units built 1950-Harch I960 


623 






51 


20 


10 


12 


U 


526 


J. Hedion peraona per occuoled 




















unit 


-. — . 




1.5 


l.li 


l.ll 


1.6 


1.5 


I.I4 


1.8 


10. Unite with l.Cl persone per 




















rooB or more 


1,020 


56 


7U 


157 


173 


61 


166 


136 


177 


11. Hbdlan no. rooms 




;..5 


3 


2..- 


2.5 


2.9 


2.7 


2.7 


3.2 


r?» Unite reportlnp rent 


19,9lu 


1,1.''^ 


i,>;7 


I1.252 


2,eiii 


1,31.1. 


l',li'.2 


%503 


1,7114 


13. l-'o, rentrle under i lO.CO 


909 


"■-, 


13? 


71. 


?.12 


5 


'C 


91 


^451- 


111. Ho.- rentals tl;0 - 79 


7,7bO 


75> 


S7!. 


2,U9H 


566 


331 


X,.i2'4 


251i 


8!iO 


15. Ko. rentnJs $80 r/K«. over 


^ ■, f| 


1.2^ 


US 


1,622 


2,065 


9119 


2,52? 


^.Olli 


727 


:.6. Median gron re; 


0" 


6' 


70 


75 


106 


loO 


63 


*0Q 


7I1 


X7, riitreportln; r' tx'Jo e^..-1'" jlal',660 


1,2X1 


1.009 


%230 


1,1.69 


6<.l 


2,1486 


i...v: 


1,200 



SOUTH t.N: 



P. 1 



TAB 


l,F. I CHAIUCTJRISTICS 


AHEA 




















OF TllE I'OrUUTION 


TOTAL 


Q-1 


0-2 


0-3 


n-i, 


I-l 


1-2 


1-3 


I-J. 


1. 


Population 1960 


35,082 


700 


2,515 


28o 


333 


1,931. 


329 


l.,97l. 


2,928 


?. 


Population 1950 


51.. '.'63 


1,168 

4.0,0 


2,715 


1.63 


621 


2,899 


1..015 


6,917 


2,076 
(.1.0 


^. 


Parcontoga of Clianpe 


-35.7 


-7.1. 


-39.6 


-1.6.1. 


-33.3 


-91.8 


-26.1 


h. 


Hale Popiilotlon 


19,7?6 


501 


1,716 


162 


213 


i.w.e 


175 


3,189 


1,313 


■;. 


Non-wlillo Population 


12,Ui8 


1.1.6 


1,2?0 


58 


96 


1.18 


119 


700 


1,086 


6. 


Total ?"orol|;n Stock 


15,11.7 


537 


1,781 


157 


157 


951 


201, 


2,591. 


8?6 


7. 


No. fo Married oouplaa 


U,6n 


82 


283 


31. 


29 


302 


1.5 


671. 


1.13 


8, 


Couplos with own household 


I., 572 


82 


262 


31. 


29 


291 


1.5 


657 


1.09 


9. 


Couples with own children 






















under Ifl ycaro of ai;e 


1,970 


56 


161, 


13 


21 


151, 


30 


26a 


271. 


10. 


Population In group quarters 


?,163 




500 


6 


30 


1.5 


6 


155 


213 


11. 


Poi>ulntlon 5 yra. and over 


3?,H17 


61.5 


2,369 


277 


310 


1,788 


289 


14,660 


2,597 


1?. 


Item 11, saflie reo. 195i> 


ll.,625 


31.3 


1,082 


108 


65 


669 


99 


2,101 


1,5U 


n. 


1955 rta. outside SMSA 


3,726 


35 


1,02 


78 


59 


97 


1.2 


333 


98 


111. 


25 yT3. or over-Median 






















school years conpleted 


8,7. 


7.5 


7.8 


12.1 


e.i, 


8.5 


8.2 


8.6 


9.5 


!■;. 


Total No. families 


6,378 


115 


357 


50 


1.9 


371. 


62 


865 


656 


iA. 


No. inconoo under $3000 


2,Mi3- 


51. 


106 


15 


13 


138 


28 


359 


JQ7. 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


?,5l.ft- 


32 


161, 


17 


30 


120 


23 


317 


201,- 


ifl. 


56 - 9999 


1,075 


11. 


79 


18 




71. 


11 


11.7 


53 


19. 


, $10,000 and over 


31 2- 


15 


8 




6 


1.2 




1.2 


12 


20, 


, Median family inconle 


»3,eii. 




$1.,705 







$l.,22l. 





»3,71U 


J3,163 



TAni.F II AGE AND ECO- 


ARRA 






NOMIC CllAR'-CTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


Q-1 


0-2 


1. 


Persons undor 5 yrs, old 


2,21,7 


39 


11.5 


2. 


Peraons 5-11. yrs. old 


3,528 


73 


319 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


5,759 


160 


326 


L, 


Persons 2i yrs,. and over 


26,972 


563 


1,918 


5. 


Persons lb yro. and over 


29,567 


593 


2,066 


6. 


No. of Item 5 in Clvlllsn 










Labor forco 


17,918 . 


381. 


1,382 


7. 


No. of Item 6 employed 


16,367 


336 


1,268 


8. 


Professional., Technical, 
Hanncers, Officials, and 










Proprietors 


1,691.- 


96 


157 


9. 


Clorloal and Sales 


1,968 


12 


132 


10. 


Craftsmen, foremen 


1,277 


13 


65 


11. 


Oporatives 


3,176 


15 


220 


12. 


Private household, service, 










laborers 


5,5?!. 


103 


1.36 


13. 


Married women In labor force. 










;'i3band present 


1,71.0 


25 


116 


11.. 


.'.utomobile to work 


2,212 


52 


175 


15. 


Rrilroad, subway, bus to work 


5,711. 


30 


207 


16. 


V/aik to work 


5,071. 


153 


579 



0-3 



11. 

20 

28 

235 

21,6 

189 
177 



18 
28 
15 
17 

60 

21 

9 

1,6 

61, 



O-ll 



I-l 



1-2 



17 


11.5 


1.1 


303 


1.3 


293 


235 


1,335 


201 


1,510 


181 


851 


181 


756 


16 


68 


18 


102 





59 


35 


183 


72 


21.1 


IB 


79 


22 


92 


1.1. 


230 


6U 


320 



1-3 



I-l* 



135 


311. 


331 


1,0 


513 


701 


1.9 


661, 


1,09 


228 


3,907 


1,658 


256 


1»,191 


1,956 


166 


2,1.93 


783 


159 


2,218 


710 


18 


153 


53 


9 


231. 


107 


8 


173 


52 


1.9 


1.25 


193 


58 


795 


182 


23 


207 


56 


23 


295 


im 


51 


770 


21.9 


68 


736 


173 



TABLE III CIWRACTKRISTICS 
OF RJELLING UNITS 



AfU'A 
TOIAL 



Q-1 



Q-2 



Q-3 



0-1, 



I-l 



1-2 



1-3 



I-l. 



1. Total Mousing Units 

2. Total Occaplad Units 

3. Owner U-.rupled Units 
b. Number of units In 1 

milt structures 
i. No, unlt:i in 5 or mors 

unit structures 
,6, ;Jo, deteriorating 

7. No. dilapidated 

8. Units built 1950-March I960 

9. Median pera'^ns per occupied 
unit 

10. Unltf with 1.01 persons per 
room or more 

11. Mediaji no. rooms 

12. Units j-uportlnf rent 

13. No. rentals under $1.0,00 
II.. No. rentals $1,0 - 79 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 

16. Median ,'.r08a rent 

17. No, ruportin,; no «uto«v«ll. 



21,1.01 

18,216 

1,61,9 

2,31.9 

13,259, 

9,111.9' 

2,098 

1,61 



1,355 



1.1.8 

1.U 

29 

10 

21,6 
187 
135 



1.2 

1.U 
1.1. 



16,51.6 


375 


5,071 ■ 





9, .112 


cM 


1,826 


15i. 


56 


77 


nlell,,256 


376 



1,025 

921. 

78 



U69 
585 
255 



l.L 

118 
2.6 
6li6 
317 
395 
117 
51 
758 



229 
169 



21 

121 

30 
102 



1.2 



162 

151. 

11. 



1.7 
71 
30 



1.1. 



11 


8 


1.5 


3.2 


162 


11,5 


16 


25 


82 


71. 


53 


1.2 



127 



Hi 



1,022 

782 

1.6 

1.8 

U85 
503 
1.31. 



1.7 

be 

3.8 
7Uli 
llili 
5M. 
52 
51. 
633 



11,6 

132 

7 



55 

50 

5 



1.9 

12 

I.. 2 

117 

28 

85 



3,U09 

2,771. 

266 

109 

2,237 

991 

1,62 

1. 

1.2 

206 

1.1. 

2,1,56 

1,201 

1,090 

158 

1.1 

2,150 



1,133 

903 

hi 

37 

770 
157 
192 
1.07 

2.3 

151 
3.8 
61,2 

96 
702 

21. 
. 51 
701 



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. Tol«l ►••rnli-M •lork ?,l'i'i 

, Ko, r,t nMrrlnl ruviiilna 1,0."" 

, Coui'liii with .<vii h.i iiolmld i,ll3 
. Ci'upl«l wl th JT^iv f hi Mi on 

XiTh'Rr in >«ftiM nf i^« ';|, 

0, roralilli'ri Iji r.roui' q>i«r'^ri 1 U) 

1, TrpjlAUon ■, yi-n. in.! .iY»r i,W\ 
?, Iti* 11, »nn« r.1,1, 1V,<; l,/.Hi 
1. Ivs rnv. . .jt^Mn sM ,A l,',ft 
L> J*" yri, or ovKr-MnlUn 

l-hool y«»ra roi i|il« t»,l y.|, 

"S. Tol«l n,i. r»nl 1 ina ^;'7 

6. Ko. Inrii^*!! unil»r $1uiiO 1),0 

7. V - ''''■)■: 2V> 
fl. td - 9>y> • [If, 
). lU,(>>il «nr1 nv»r ;,2 
i. K»<)ltn Jo/iUy InocM* $/i,liO) 



7, nil 

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1,11,1 
1,,'"1 

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10.7 

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3,1 1^ 

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I), 211 



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311 
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L-2 



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. r«rnii.i» vin.1iir !i yr<. old 
. reruo,ii S . )j^ y^^_ jjjj 
. I »r3ona f, »j-..l over 
. r«rjon« ?1 yrj. ml o»«r 
. Person 1), yrs. nr.fl ovar 
. 1*0, of Itni 5 In Civilian 

U;.-.,- ferco 
. Ko. of Hon 6 eifi|)loyed 
, Frofc'iilonil, T«fhnlo«l, 

t',.,u,:Hri, nrficlili, and 

I'ri'i-rlfttora 

Clnrlctl »nd i:«l»a 
K ("ra »amon, foroflion 
■ fV«r«llvos 
'• I'rlvjia huujet,old, s«rvloa 

lAbori.ra 
I. ><.irrl,id worcii In labor foroa, 

lluahird pie:innt 
. Autotioblle to work 
. Pallr.:it, euLiway, buj to work 
. ^tlk to wurk 



9/ 

8)7 
3,)l.7 
3,576 

2,?11 
?,U70 



3)7 
)''? 
ic? 

:<.'li 

157 

590 



179 
111 

l,7ii5 

1,1V' 
1,077 ■ 



llil 

170 

77 

17? 

liV, 

191 
109 
111) 
310 



Itit) 

226 

7118 

?,7li2 

1,51.9 
1,3/5 



fly 

liiii 

98 
265 

552 

117 
17(5 
lillt 
lit)? 



101 

305 

Ii79 

2,917 

3,1)7 

2,111, 
1,9/i 



110 
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58b 

672 

)?1 

)l,l 

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)12 



199 
25li 

im 

2,222 

2, 1, 30 

1,6)0 
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81 
150 
111) 
3714 

Ii90 

210 
1H7 
78) 
201 



11,7 
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V'i, 

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1,5/0 

917 
8)1 



39 

9) 

159 

137 

218 

1.6 
152 
25) 
220 



fj, 


72 


6<',,ni9 


llxS 


96 


lo';,':^ 


115 


378 


fc5,5H5 


71)5 


1,7"5 


li/.i,v)5 


1,026 


2,065 


5Jl..fll3 


595 


l,)o6 


101,567 


559 


1,202 


2nn,2i.6 


nil 


16? 


li9,oao 


150 


97 


77,171 


1,1 


52 


).MV3 


16 


193 


52.175 



109 

li7 

65 
259 

lis 



29J 



17li 
3':<i 
287 



50,007 

1.1,175 

9y,fi25 

ir,,25i 

36,577 



IlU in conlh.iuid 



J-l 



J-2 



L-1 



U2 



U3 



Ul. 



US 



L-6 



Total 



2,l>xi 
217 
JOl 



Tut»l llo...ilr.i; Unlla 

Total i<:cu|,Ud Unlta 

'•'nor (rcuiilod Uiilla 

huib.ir of lulls In 1 

unll airupturoa 

^0, uiiUn In 'j or nor« 

will ■tnirturon 

"o. ■l«l«ilGr,illna 

•"». rtllii ) («u,d 

^nli, r, ,111 1VA)-M,rflh 1960 

H-.dl,n ,, r. ni |<r Orruplad 

jnlt 

""111 with 1.01 p.riona |»r 
rti-m or m-,t» 

•>11«n r ,, ro.»ii 

I'ni'a r.|.,rtl„,. r«,it 

*^. roiitil, ^^r\^»r U,,I..X) 

"0. ran'ala II, •! . 79 

Ko. r.f.t,,l, I'v, „,,, „,. , 

III Mm ttro,, rani „„ 

• ".rtp.rllnt no aula arallaliU J/K.? 



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1,1/0 

1J,5 

li9 



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2.1711 

2i) 

1,1,5 



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2,0 1V 


1,0.17 


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l,'/)() 


f^ 


2U 


U,l 


27 




1. 


1.2 


1.) 


1.2 


11) 


(17 


187 


l.li 


7.2 


1.) 


7,>/9 


i,oi.'; 


1,91.5 


6^1 


119 


l,,o? 


1..;? 


1,//. 


775 


111? 


2 ' 1 


US 


1,8 


'•U 


19 


1,lr'.7 


ni 


).:69 



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i.r.'t, 

nil, 

5/1 1 

897 

l,7(a 

167 

3 

1.1, 

11,7 

2.7 

1,71,7 

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1,1.62 



l.lKl'V 

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120 

376 

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625 

221 

16 

1.) 

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2.0 

1,510 

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■ I 

1,216 



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70 

52 

1,0)7 
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29 



1.) 

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1./ 
9.1? 
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558 
70 
1,9 
722 



1.07 

322 

5/ 



122 

11,2 
16 



2.0 

1,0 
1.7 
265 

29 
717 

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111! 

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17 



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1,9 

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2)8,51,7 

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61,165 

39,158 

61,11)6 

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AliKA 




















OF THE I'OI'UUTION 


T(>T;.1, 


Y-1 


/.506 


y-3A 

9,780 


Y-311 
9,3tt6 


Y-l. 
9,790 


y-';a 


Y-5U 


Y-SC 


i. 


i'oiiiUatlon 196U 


6I,,2I'2 


li,702 


5,631 


8,1.11. 


9,073 


2. 


I'opiilaticJi lySO 


67,1 t!t 


5,l470 


8,c58 


11,385 


7,oH9 


9,075 


5,737 


9,31.2 


10,1.32 


3. 


Forcoiitaf-t of ChAii('e 


-I..1, 


-11.. 1 


-13.1. 


-11..1 


32.5 


7.8 


-1.9 


-10.0 


-13.0 


u. 


Male Population 


29,506 


2,296 


l.,095 


y.999 


U,2<^« 


l.,5S3 


2.671. 


3,963 


3,660 


5. 


tloti-whlte I'opulation 


5V2 


1 


221. 


81 


lib 


Uli 


23 


31. 


67 


6. 


Total Forcli.n Steck 


3(,iivl 


2,1.23 


3,331 


5,792 


a,0S6 


U,783 


2,81.5 


l.,8l.5 


5,1.16 


7. 


Ho, of Harried couj.ies 


13,578 


1,030 


1,31.3 


2,01.8 


1,766 


2,063 


1.222 


1,886 


2,220 


6. 


Couplea with own houseliold 


13,367 


973 


l,.i?3 


2,026 


1,750 


2,039 


1,201 


1,865 


2,190 


9. 


Couples with own chllilroii 






















under 18 years of ai:o 


6,3?H 


611 


673 


613 


1,121, 


1,250 


681 


772 


601. 


10 


Population in group quarters 


2,5iil 


19 


972 


05 


602 


111. 


11.8 


1.92 


11.9 


11 


Population 5 yrs. and over 


58,6vl 


l4,161 


6,799 


9,296 


8,253 


8,681 


5,027 


7.827 


6,61.7 


12 


Item 11, aanie reo. lyS? 


2y,ii3 


2.721. 


2,fc27 


3,960 


14,265 


l.,731 


3,023 


3,851. 


3,729 


13 


195^ ros. outside SMSA 


6,159 


178 


1,37U 


1,176 


858 


1.68 


397 


750 


958 


iJi, 


25 yr.'i, or over-iledlan 






















sciliool years coniiilcitod 


11.5 


10.3 


11.7 


12.2 


12.1 


12.2 


12.2 


12.1. 


12.1. 


15 


Total no. fajniliea 


16,796 


1,200 


1,661 


2,698 


2,208 


2,5UO 


1,1.52 


2,280 


2.757 


1^ 


No. inco:oo undur $3000 


l,'/ii) 


159 


212 


ai8 


317 


205 


75 


21.0 


277 


17. 


$3 - S999 


5,9:.'l, 


361 


710 


971 


896 


899 


1,31 


665 


971 


in. 


P~< - 9999 


6,312 


1.97 


602 


997 


738 


985 


59a 


900 


999 


19. 


$1C,000 and over 


2,657 


163 


137 


312 


257 


1.51 


352 


1.75 


510 


20. 


Median faiiily income 


■■K,?.lh 


$5,796 


$l.,u8B 


*l.,31l. 


•i;i.,36o 


$6,018 


$6, •.-75 


$5,019 


$5.01.6 


TADLb II AGE fCa KCO- 


a;-<]-ji 




















I!0:;IC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


Y-1 


Y-2 


Y-3A 


Y-3B 


Y-l. 


Y-5A 


Y-5B 


Y-5C 


1. 


I'ersona under 5 >rs. old 


5,5'.'l 


SUl 


707 


1.81, 


1,133 


1,109 


60I4 


587 


1.26 


2. 


Persons 5 - 111 yrs. old 


7,9li7 


81.) 


931 


51.9 


l,7oU 


1,727 


911 


81.5 


1.33 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


R,7<;-i 


. 511 


71.6 


1,901. 


9l,li 


968 


601. 


1,180 


1,660 


h. 


Perst.ns 21 yrs. ;ind over 


U6,2O0 . 


2,91*6 


5,311. 


8,21.1 


5.722 


6,191 


3,680 


6,379 


7,727 


5. 


Persons lli yrc. and over 


51,399 • 


3,382 


5.932 


8,812 


6.661. 


7,080 


1,182 


7.076 


6,271 


6. 


No. of item 5 iJi Civilian 






















Labor force 


31,162 


1,987 


3,511. 


5,827 


3.853 


l.,265 


2,501. 


l.,193 


5.019 


7. 


No. of Iten 6 employed 


30,037 


1,896 


3,293 


5.579 


3,693 


u.ns 


2,1.38 


Ij.lOl 


11,862 


P. 


Professional, Teclmloal, 
Mannt^ers, Officials, and 














1 








Proprietors 


7.30I1 


203 


587 


1,379 


879 


626 


58L 


1,291 


1,555 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


10,339 


U38 


971. 


2,088 


1,009 


1,321 


772 


1,581 


2,156 


10. 


Crnl'tsnen, foremen 


3,016 


362 


r,01 


1.90 


372 


518 


299 


251 


223 


11. 


Operatives 


3.930 


520 


611. 


613 


51.1 


617 


277 


1.00 


31.8 


12. 


Pri'ale liousehoi.l, service. 






















Inhorera 


3, MO 


325 


1,60 


6U8 


6;'2 


672 


376 


361 


338 


13. 


Married women in labor force. 






















Husband pn^sent 


11,812 


366 


51 Ji 


859 


529 


61,8 


389 


709 


768 


111. 


Automobile to work 


12,6C5 


861 


1,199 


1,91,3 


1,1.66 


2,076 


1,325 


1,732 


2,065 


K. 


Kailroad, aulw.iy, "uk tovork 


11,813 


619 


1,151 


2,616 


1.287 


1,379 


831. 


1,7U1 


2,186 


16. 


Walk to I ork 


2,U02 


252 


396 


1.50 


1.57 


397 


77 


188 


185 


TABI.K 111 CM/.iUCTURISTICS 


A!IM 




















)F ni/El.LlNG UNITK 


TOTAL 


Y-1 


Y-2 


Y-3A 


Y-3B 


T4i 


Y-5A 


Y-5B 


Y-5C 


1. 


Total llousinc Units j 


23,526 


1,371 


2,360 


U.939 


2,927 


2,832 


1,592 


3,028 


l.,1.77 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


22,737 


1.31.1 


2,228 


1*,713 


2,83U 


2,757 


1,565 


2,951. 


l.,31.5 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


5,013 


51). 


569 


267 


560 


1,159 


Bl,8 


826 


270 


h. 


Number of units in 1 






















unit structures 


2,869 


295 


326 


1.79 


21.0 


597 


367 


U.0 


119 


5. 


No. units In 5 or more 






















unit structures 


12,160 


88 


789 


1.,iaj6 


l.cU. 


390 


39 


1,297 


3,907 


6. 


No, dotun orating 


961 


221 


•27 


1.3 


217 


98 


71. 


67 


11. 


7. 


No, dilafiidated 


297 


27 


■'7 


13 


11.2 


11. 


1 


3 





8. 


Units built ly50->arcli 1%0 


1,283 


21. 


31 


25 


631. 


336 


78 


63 


92 


y. 


Hodian [jeraons per occupied 






















unit 





J.2 


2.5 


1.9 


2.3 


3.2 


3.3 


2.1. 


1.9 


10. 


Units with 1.01 peraona per 






















room or iKre 


1,201. 


151 


181. 


98 


301 


250 


85 


65 


70 


11. 


Median no, rooina 




5.1 


I..7 


3.1. 


1,.? 


5.3 


5.7 


1..7 


3.1. 


12. 


liiilta repoitini; rei.t 


17,721. 


827 


l.t.5V 


1., 1.1,6 


2,27). 


1,598 


717 


2,128 


1,075 


H. 


No, runUils under $141. i«J 


i/-; 


20 


107 


1. 


2u 


1. 




8 


12 


i),. 


No, rentals $l4U - 79 


li,!)17 


3)if. 


1.8? 


1,209 


1,1.-7 


371 


( i' 1 


338 


501, 


lb. 


No. rentals 4f'o and over' 


12,717 


1.53 


1,038 


3.180 


927 


1,210 


fJ.I. 


1.762 


3.S03 


U: 


Ht;di;ai i'ross rent 


91, 


83 


67 


(19 


80 


97 


I'/l. 


101 


loi. 


17. 


No.repurtinit no auto availabl 


e 8,636 


1.92 


9M1 


2.379 


1,209 


733 


282 

1 


895 


1,682 



- (= 



5 



ERRATA SHEET 

BRIGHTON 

TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION 

20, Median family income Area Total $6,270 

Yl 6,337 

Y2 5,718 

Y3A 5,902 

Y3B 5,677 

YU 6,576 

Y5A 7,352 

Y5B 6,797 

Y5C 6,hlh 



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CHARLESTOHH 



TABLE I CtURACTERISTICS 


AREA 




















OF TOE POIUUTION 


TOTAL 


0.1 


C-2 


0-3 


D-1 


D-2 


D-3 


D-b 


B-1 


U2 


1, Population 1960 


20,1Ij7 


1,907 


2,518 


1.,187 


983 


771 


2,116 


2,m.9 


2,833 


2,383 


2. Population 1950 


31,332 


6,777 


3.319 


5.11.6 


1,336 


1,311 
-11.2 


2,529 


3,11.7 


14,620 


3,ll45 


J, Psrcantigs of Ch»nc» 


-35.7 


-71.9 


-2b.l 


-18.7 


-26.1. 


-16.3 


-22.2 


-36.7 


nlU.2 


il. Hale Population I960 


9,6112 


%1 


1,169 


1,972 


1.80 


387 


1,025 


1,230 


1,1.21 


1,237 


$. Non-whlta Population 


117 


26 


26 


9 




2 


I4 


U 


32 


114 


6. Totnl Forelen Stock 


7,385 


5I46 


877 


1,1.31 


""378 


333 


76i4 


988 


1,013 


1,055 


7» No. of Maj-rled couplaa 


3,331 


270 


379 


701 


166 


152 


363 


1.56 


1.73 


369 


6. Coiiplea with ovn houaehold 


3,258 


270 


362 


681 


165 


11.9 


363 


U.6 


160 


362 


9. Couples with own chlldroD 






















under 16 yearo of »c« 


2,101 


172 


2147 


130 


97 


91 


251 


303 


251 


259 


10, Population In group quartar* 


I4I.3 


262 





1.5 


. 





28 


.. 


66 


1.2 


11. Populalloo 5 yrs. and over 


17,bH3 


1,699 


2,180 


3,726 


681 


703 


1,862 


2,166 


2,1.96 


2,150 


12, Item 11, same res. 1955 


9,1470 


618 


1,2?3 


1.967 


1486 


U17 


1,029 


1,102 


1,305 


1,293 


U. 19iS I-oi. outalda SHSA 


9VU 


:8o 


161 


11,9 


16 


36 


to 


00 


128 


88 


lii. 25 yra. or ovuiv-Medlan 






















school years oomplotod 


iD.t 


10.2 


10.3 


10.7 


8.9 


9.2 


10.3 


9,1, 


9.7 


10.7 


15. ToUl no. fanlllas 


l»,521 


367 


572 


981 


233 


179 


l48U 


569 


635 


501 


16. No. Incones under $3000 


970 


121 


11.8 


215 


68 


1.6 


87 


105 


110 


70 


17. fi - 5999 


1,761 


168 


217 


31.8 


67 


65 


215 


217 


262 


182 


18. $6 - 9999 


1,283 


56 


131. 


301. 


59 


1.3 


lis 


202 


209 


161 


19, $10,000 and over 


507 


22 


73 


111. 


19 


25 


67 


1.5 


5U 


68 


20, Median family income 


$5,187 


$3,893 


$14,885 


$5,1.31. 


$5,181 




»5.U29 


$5,639 


$5,1.91 


$S.96U 


TABLE II Afii; AND ¥£0- 


AREA 




















NOHIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


0-1 


C-2 


C-3 


D-1 


D-2 


D-3 


D-I4 


E-1 


E-2 


1. Persona under 5 yrs. old 


2,260 


205 


337 


b6l 


102 


68 


231. 


283 


337 


233 


2. Poraona 5 - 111 yrs. old 


3,017 


31.2 


517 


828 


207 


161. 


1.16 


1.67 


I47U 


1.02 


7, Peraona 65 and over 


2,002 


230 


230 


U22 


106 


73 


171 


216 


272 


282 


L. Paroon; 21 yra. and over 


ll,97li 


1,01,3 


1,372 


2,1.76 


582 


U65 


l,2o6 


1,1.1.6 


1,753 


1,571 


5. Peracnt lit yri. and over 


ll4,361t 


1,362 


1,698 


2,961 


692 


557 


1,518 


1,71.8 


2,052 


1,776 


6. No. of ton 5 in Civilian 






















Labor I )rce 


7,775 


I469 


886 


1,591 


1.02 


32U 


676 


91.7 


1,262 


1,018 


7. No. of Item 6 employed 


7,U»9 


U28 


778 


1,1.85 


. 356 


29U 


803 


695 


l.lU 


969 


6. Prorc33lonBl, Technical, 






















Managora, Offlolale, and 






















Proprietors 


603 


35 


1.8 


181 


15 


22 


60 


I49 


73 


120 


9. Clerical and Salas 


1,800 


116 


21,8 


36U 


86 


58 


208 


200 


27I4 


21,6 


10. Craftanon, foremen 


866 


27 


101 


169 


51 


35 


93 


125 


138 


127 


11. Operatives 


•1,751 


100 


185 


301 


111. 


9U 


21.3 


281 


290 


li43 


12. Pricato houaohold, asrvloa. 






















laborers 


1,599 


103 


155 


323 


86 


62 


11.9 


179 


298 


2U4 


73. :''riled women In labor forc«. 






















Huabaiid present 


9l<2 


55 


106 


185 


52 


1.8 


121 


106 


159 


110 


lit. Automobile to work 


2,077 


110 


211. 


1.76 


60 


71 


235 


278 


31.3 


270 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


2,97l4 


202 


329 


581. 


150 


133 


37J 


37U 


U.l 


363 


16. Wallc to work 


1,667 


26U 


176 


268 


100 


1.8 


138 


163 


281 


209 


TABLE III CliAiUCTliRISTICS 


AREA 


















w 


OF a/ELUNQ UNITS 


TOfAL 


C-l 


C-2 


C-3 


D-1 


D-2 


D-3 


D-J4 ' 


E-1 


B-2 


1. Total Housing Units 


6,l,),3 


552 


780 


1,288 


313 


265 


626 


762 


911. 


91.3 


2. Total Occupied Unite 


■5,978 


SI48 


737 


1,220 


29U 


220 


593 


695 


820 


851 


3. (Xmur Occupied Uniti 


■ 1.672 


1 


132 


351. 


109 


97 


251. 


305 


202 


218 


I4, Numbor of units In 1, 






















unit stnictiu-es 


1,11.6 


10 


102 


)97 


68 


69 


II48 


255 


139 


11,0 


5, No. units in 5 or mor» 






















unit struct. urofl 


1,725 


5I42 


1.06 


369 


10 


19 


5 


19 


BU 


271 


6, No. delarU rating 


1,612 





130 


272 


160 


168 


36 


160 


loi 


285 


7. No. dilepldatsd 


277 




23 


1.9 


79 


22 


7 


16 


60 


1 


8. Units built 19S0-M«roh I960 


3 






3 














9. Hsdien persona p«r occupied 






















unit 


.... — . 


2.5 


2.9 


3.0 


2.9 


3.0 


3.1 


3.2 


2.9 


2.1 


10, Unite with 1.01 peraona per 






















roo-n or more 


716 


B6 


lie 


135 


31. 


25 


67 


76 


91 


81. 


11. Mdian no. roona 


...... 


3.8 


!4.3 


I..7 


I..9 


I..8 


5.1 


5.1 


I4.6 


I4.0 


12. Units reporting rant 


14,307 


SI49 


605 


866 


185 


123 


339 


390 


618 


633 


13. No, rentals under tliO.OO 


516 


126 


68 


108 


35 


.■,2 


2I4 


19 


37 


87 


Ui. No. rentala 7lii< - 79 


. 3,03) 


31.5 


U4O 


599 


125 


to 


2y 


261, 


1,80 


I437 


15. No. rentals $(>» and over 

16. Hedlan gross rent 


. 698 


77 


65 


11,6 


21 


.'1 


61, 


60 


93 


101 


59 


50 


56 


59 






6I4 


63 


62 


£7 


U. No. reporting no auto availabli 


• 3, MO 


123 


i.1.8 


616 


171 


131 


260 


361. 


I458 


507 



/"% 



TAnif. I riunM:rnn;iTics 

OK lllE IVi ul.*Th)N 



*nKJk 

Tl/fAL 



Noimi urn 



r-i 



r-j 



r-i, 



r-5 



r-6 



1. 
J. 

1. 

u 

5. 

t. 
7. 

S. 
9. 



n. 

V; 



IV-iuUMin lsi;i) 
r.'.'uliUcn IJ'jO 
I>ri'f :>t.> « of Ctnn,'« 

^'>l(l i'vi"iUii.Mi i'-,o 

Non-*.'iHo I'ojiulftllori 
T- t«l Koi.il,-n itock 
Ko. of Knrrlod couplei 
fouplKi vltli own h.minhold 
Cou|>lri >.Uh run oMl.lr«n 
luilnr lU yo4ij of A,a 
v. ri|nil.it.lpn In iToup >|imrt«r* 
11. r.'i'uUllou ■; jrrs. «j,l ov»r 
ir, Uo-i U, BR.i« roj. IViS 
I'i'-'i let, o.iUl.lo ,Mll/l 
rS yrs. or ovfr-Mollan 
aclio.il yoors coiploloj 
l*^. ToL.\l No, r«jilll»s 
l--. 1.0, ln_o-,os uniler fJOOO 

17. i) - S''?^ 

18. ;6 - yyvi? 

19. M'l.iV'O und ov«r 

rO. Mollart f filly li,con« 



n,17l, 

7,i»>) 

l,y 

9,l''(l 

2,5^0 
917 

11', 1.),? 

n,r:>7 

fl.'; 

3,3)0 
7!;fl 

l,l,?7 
ltl,6 
?67 



?,.'.7I 

1,1,-7 

li 

1,V71 

••2i 
•A'* 

107 

fill 

?,!.'; r. 

1,1.71 
M, 

1.9 

6n 
iy6 
jfli 
li? 
36 
Hi, til, 



) 

2,1,1) 
711 

H6 

?l,i. 

3,11,: 

33 

0.1, 

?)6 

1.13 

?(^ 

70 



?'.7 



^Ir 



11.6 

y 

li; 

ill 

11 

1 

23 y 

11.7 
21 



iO 
1) 
21 

u 

20 



ii.vi; 

-21.2 
1,771 

2,V/) 
617 
7«l 

7'?'-, 

CM 

3,3//) 

2.U li 

62 

0,1, 
973 
20^1 
1.1.2 
2C^7 

|J4,9yi 



3,'>,' ) 

-20.9 

l,f/,0 

U 

J,p3 

1.79 

L6J 

IR? 

IV 

l.v';) 

l.L' . 

20 

fl.2 

^,[. 
Ijli 
20 
1')? 

■;'; 

»l4,938 



TAl'L;. :i Ai.i: *'in r;:(i. 
;,o:;!c v'ii\.i,',r.T.. 111:. TICS 



1, 

2. 
3. 
I. 
5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 



r> rjrn', unilor !> yr,i, old 
Tirr,, ns S - 11. yra, old 
rtn":;in.i Oj .u ,1 ovor 
Tcr.icr.a 21 yra, u:A ovor 
l''ir-cr.a II, yr», nii-l over 
No.^f Ucn 5 In ClvlU»n. 
Lul.nr fcrco 

1*0, of l*,cn 6'cjap3oye(l 
Profcasloiuil, Tcctj,loia, 
:;»i'.:,,-^i^ra, Officials, «jid 
.""rOiiriolors 

9. ClcriCdl and SaJco •"' •• 

iO, Cr.Tfii-.in, forexon 

11. Cpcrutivca 

12. I'rlvoto I'ouaohold, jenrtce, 
1 ."tiA-rore 

13. Ilirrlud wc.Tcn In labor force^ 
lijjt,.,'.i| pri:.-;ont 

II. Aulo.-.obllo 10 work 

1*1. fi-l>road, eiibvioy, bua to work 

16, Walk lo work 



AI117. 














Tl/TAl, 


r-1 


r-s 


r-3 


r-u 


r-5 


f-A 


'/It 1 


i'l.ii 


202 


11 


235 


160 


2) 


1,1' J9 


1.30 


■^05 


26 


536 


yy? 


25 


2,02U 


339 


i.y; 


20 


569 


311. 


331 


9,';i,6 


1,71.2 


i',3?5 


202 


2,5';5 


1,511 


1,209 


10,7o9 


2,01,9 


;2,6U9 


220 


2,0/5 


1,6>9 


1,237 


S,9'yl 


i,o';o 


1,1.112 


167 


1,579 


952 


761 


5,1.35 


939 


l.J.-'l. 


167 


1,1.20 


661 


C'/& 


631. 


02 


102 


69 


110 


9U 


U.7 


1,000 


167 


21,0 


31 


305 


125 


121. 


610 


95 


122 


?! 


172 


119 


81 


1,709 


31.9 


506 ■ 


6 


1.61 


311 


51. 



1,053 

733 

1,U8 

\,in 

2,C66 



2O0 

ua 

216 
333 
356 



260 

m 

339 
1,1)1 
30J 



13 

22 
1.3 
3^ 
56 



231. 

217 
325 

14,6 
515 



117 

1J.1 
397 
267 
333 



213 

1.3 

i,e 

151 
123 



ikw.i. HI ciuimcTmisTica 

a- f.-i.IilMi UNITS 



AIIKA 
Tol'AL 



r-1 



P-3 



F-4. 



v-5 



y-6 



1. 

2. 

3. 
i.. 

5. 

6, 
7. 
f. 
9. 

K'. 

1.. 
i?. 
1 I. 
1... 
15. 
1' . 



Tclt,. Ha ,alnc Units 
Tcyli.. Occo;,iod Units 
i-a.-.'-r 0..j,.,j1oJ Units 
K^.Uor (yf uilto In 1 

wut fllructuroo 
Ni. of units li. 5 or nor* 

v.r.11 8liur,i„ro3 
I'O. dotc.'lorntlnc 
'•". dlli.!il.]«ird 
Units bjllt l'/5o-M«rch I960 
f'o ::».-, persons p«r occupied 
ur.il 

' M'o wl '.n 1,01 peroons p«r 
<• ■ or m 
!''• i:.ti. 1.0, rcns 
' ' Ua r..; -.rtlM,- rnnt 
'•■•• r-rtaia ui.rKvr . ,0,<«> 
■•". r<:i u.t ;;.'. . Vy 
l«j, r.i,t„l, J,-., 4,v.| ^v,r 
•■■ U ■. .r..^.-. r<M,l 
•'". ri',.'.rll,,g i,o silo s«htlabl« 



5,6';o 

S,ii>ii 

1.70 

03 

3,f.62 

1,>69 

263 



561. 

3,6vil 
('i3 

510 

'I, 

3,776 



960 

fl70 

77 



663 

167 

U 



2.7 

129 
1.0 

7V3 
'yO 

617 
1,5 
56 

626 



1,232 

i.nv 

■135 

29 

609 
1.71, 
100 



2.7 



150 
132 

k 

15 

6). 
20 
1.0 



1.1. 



1,361 

1.2S1 

U.l 



751 
332 

56 



2.5 



71.B 

712 

91 

22 



2.6 



1,207 

1,0X1 

22 

17 



310 


1,105 


311. 


662 


3? 


36 



15H 


7 


15'. 


65 


30 


3.9 


2.1. 


3.« 


1.9 


I, I 


l,I:ol, 
11.1 


119 
25 


1,110 


fa 

2tt 


l,ri,7 


J«2 


51. 


(Uli 


517. 


L '7 


69 


1.0 


1)9 


72 


l!.s 


7(16 


""Ij 


57 
832 


61 
1,01 


1.3 



Mbt MS 



TABLE I CHARACTfSilSTICS 
or THE FOFVJLATION 



J. 
6. 

. 7. 
8. 
9. 

10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
Ui. 

IS. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



Population 1960 
Population 1950 
Paroanian* of Ohanga 
Hal* rspiaallM 1960 
Non-whlta Population 
Totiil Foraign Stock 
No. of Harried oouplas 
Couplaa with own houaahold 
Couplai with own ohlldrm 
undar 16 yoara of aga 
Population In group quartam 
Population S yra. and over 
Itan 11, aa«a rea, 19$5 
1955 roa. outalda SHSA 
25 yra. or ovar-Madlan 
aohool yaara conplatad 
Total no. fanlllaa 
No. Incoiwa undar $3000 
$3 - 5999 
$6 - 9999 
)10,000 and over 
Hadlan faalljr IneoM 



ARKA 




TOTAL 


H>1 


13,719 


ti92 


17,202 
•l|9.6 


7,1.09 


"Jill 


6,65T 


261 


2 


5.81.2 


331 


1,935 


77 


1,918 


77 


610 


37 


1,578 




13,276 


1.76 


U,792 


li.7 


2.70k 


3U 


11.8 


9.1. 


2,l4lb 


Ill 


387 


21 


761 


69 


5«1 


16 


685 


5 


♦6,282 





11-2 



N-) 



H-b 



E^ 



M 



CITI 
TOTAL 



657 

227 
30 
30 

7 
S61t 
656 
lU 
lliS 

12.1 
■ 30 

13 
9 

a 



3.3U0 

ii.951 

.)!.« 

I.»b6 

20 

2,003 

1.96 

b93 

207 

65 

3,215 

1,U19 

255 

9.1 

598 
11.9 
257 
128 
6lt 
•U,979 



3.916 
5,128 

(.031 

101 

1,662 

600 

600 

223 

355 
3,776 
1,269 
1,013 

12.5 
7li6 
ISO 
2Ui 
232 
120 
♦5,779 



5,288 

5.392 

-1.0 

I.U4t 

Si 

l,6llt 

732 

Tie 

136 

591. 
S,11.S 
1.8U6 
1,257 

1S.3 
929 
67 
176 
196 
1.88 
•10,7Se 



697,197 
SOl.UUi 
•1).0 
33li,70T 
6<.b9) 
317,061. 
131,1.53 
128,bS6 

70,361 

I|0,3li3 

631,796 

321,787 

b9,823 

U.2 
16b,2lS 
27.359 
60,893 
S3,6b9 
22.311» 
♦5,7bl 



TABLE II AQE AND tCO- 
NlMIC CHAIUCTEniSTICS 



AREA 
TOTAL 


H.1 


b2S 

599 

2,208 

11,761 

12,7b9 


U 

7S 

88 

382 

b07 


8,579 
8,261 


266 

2b3 


2,876 

1,903 

552 

623 


2b 
63 
IS 
66 


1,279 


57 


790 
1,188 
1.729 
3,681 


SO 

26 

66 

1U> 



H-a 



H-J 



■-1 



K-2 



CITT 
TOTAL 



1. 
2. 
3. 
b. 
5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 



9. 

10. 

u. 

12. 
1). 

lb. 

IS. 
16. 



Persona undar 5 yra. old 

Pdraona 5 - lb yra, old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yra. and over 

Persons lli yra. and over 

No. of Iton 5 In Civilian 

Labor force 

No. of Item 6 employed 

Professional, Taclinloal, 

Hanacers, Offlolala, and' 

Proprlotora 

Clerical and Salaa 

Crrftsnon, foraaan 

Operatlvea 

Private Houaahold, earrlec, 

laborers 

Harried women In labor foroa, 

HusbuDd present 

Autonobllo to work 

Railroad, auhway, bua to work 

Walk to work 



2 

2 

22 

» 

8 
6 



S 

11 

20 
b67 
6b6 

303 

303 



eb 

21 

13 

73 

9 
22 

8 
153 



125 

23b 

679 

2,801 

3,0U 

1,970 
1.830 



190 
3bO 
259 
31b 

SU 

206 
167 
590 
773 



IbO 

153 

5b3 

3,b32 

3,6bl 

2,589 
2,537 



666 
703 
196 
192 

333 

262 

b06 

560 

1,209 



Ibl 

12b 

876 

b,657 

5.036 

3,bb3 
3,373 



1,707 

776 

62 

36 



263 

562 

505 

l,b36 



66,019 
105,550 

85,585 
b6l,93S 
53b,833 

303,567 
288, 2b6 



b9,08o 
77,391 
32,396 
52,175 



300 50,087 



bl,17S 

99,825 

115,251 

36,577 



TABLE III CHARACTKRI3TICS 
or n/ELLINO UNITS 



AREA 
TOTAL 



H-1 



H-2 



H-3 



1-1 



1-2 



cirr 

TOTAL 



1. 

2. 

3. 

b. 

5. 
.6. 

I: 

9. 

10. 

11. 

U. 

\L: 

15. 
U. 
IT. 



Total Housing Unit* 

ToUl Occupied Unlta 

Owner Occupied Unlta 

Nunber of Units In 1 

unit atructuraa 

No. unlta In 5 or aora 

unit Struoturea 

No. deteriorating 

Ho. dllapidaUd 

Unlta built 19S0-Manih I960 

Hadlan paraona par ooouptatf 

unit 

Unlta with 1.01 paraona par 

rooa or aora 

Hadlan no. rooaa 

Unlta reporting rant 

No. rentals undar IbO.OO 

lo. renUla tbO - 79 

•a. rantala $80 and over 

(Mian graaa rant 

H*. ropartlng m aut« •«•: 



7,b37 

6,896 

630 

551 

5,110 

71b 

66 

222 



2b6 

M« 

621 
2,235 
2,967 

,fnf 



220 

209 

8 

10 

91 

b6 

k 



2.0 

15 
3.6 
t09 

20 
150 

30 

56 
167 



12 
12 



bT 

b6 

) 

U 
35 



2,170 

1.015 

90 



1.728 

b39 

61 

16 

1.2 



2 


1?2 


... 


b5 


1.925 


u 


T36 


XT 
12 


HI 


.— 


b9 


16 


1.T03 



2.10T 

l,9b3 

139 

130 

l,b62 

120 

2 

5 

1.6 

bT 

1.60^ 
22 

TTk 

1,000 

6h 

l.tl] 



2,881 

2,671 

396 

363 

1.T89 
106 

197 

1.5 

b6 

3.1 

2,2T5 

31 

369 

1,609 

121 

1.I5« 



238,SbT 

22b, 325 

61,165 

39,156 

81,106 

b0,366 

9,306 

12,815 

i.k 

17,929 
b.6 
163,396 
11,659 
7b,066 
T5.bJ. 

10T.13* 




r 



1 



l)lll«;ilKITl.M N'HITII 



P. 1 



tABLK 1 CIIMWOTl.ni.lTlCfl 


AUKA 
























OP lilt. l-'rUl.VTIi«l 


TUlAI. 


P-IC 


l'-2 


P-j I' 


-li 


P-S 


P-6 


g-5 


T.l 


T-» 


r-j* 


T-JB 


\, I'»M>"1»11"" V'6<l JlJ,'.>'li 


l,-::") 


!.,■■<)'; 


3.111 


3,");; 


3.916 


3,6?'j 


3,w,o 


9.770 


6,1.72 


3,679 


5.'>66 


;, r.'puiAiioii iv',0 1 


??,«;)<> 


2,i)<'<i 


5.?1.9 


l.,?l.o 


It. 125 


I..M,.. 


l,,o7li 


5.01.7 


5,925 


6,703 


U,0I,6 


5,650 


J» r»n«Ma%/o of Chnit|'.« 


-M.2 


-7).h 


-111. 2 


-21.9 


-26.1, 


-D.y 


-11.0 


-31..) 


«,.9 


-5.3 


.9.1 


-10.3 


k. f'n\» \■.^'»\^l\m\ V'Ul 


'.1,1 'TV 


7111 


2,1M) 


!,<■.'? 


1,1,1.5 


l.H/l, 


1,7/if 


i.iiii/ 


l.,56) 


3,00(1 


1.675 


».393 


$. NoK-ylillo rei'ilMlton 


H,.'Vi 




5 


7M 


'.15 


l,Vllt. 


119 


1,1V, 


11)2 


28 


10 


11 


4. Tui.iiX Kor.>lr:n riloi-k 


51,YL'Z 


701 


2,I.W. 


1,1V) 


1,7U 


l,'x.ll 


l,V^> 


1,6/1, 


),o;y 


).217 


1,813 


2.565 


7i Ho, of MiM'i'l'xt rini|ilo/i 


27,'i70 


)18 


ylKt 


t^.l 


571, 


!,■>(> 


(.11 


7/ 9 


l.i,'/. 


l.)15 


732 


1.072 


6« Coiipli'^ wlt'i nvfi) hottnnhold 


21,912 


m 


971 


W,9 


51.6 


i.n> 


61,7 


'i,"> 


1.),.'0 


1,208 


715 


1.052 


9, Oioi .l«i with xwn rlilldrsn 


























uikliir IJ* yoni« of ■);• 


l?,7/0 


1«7 


5tll 


371. 


310 


1,65 


355 


\,(,i 


'/)) 


776 


301 


51.9 


10. roinil\llon In rrodp •ivinrlan 


1,?«1 




37 


(1 


37 


17 


1'I2 


12 


1 1 ' 


)6 


155 


31. 


1\, Pi'i"i\.itlim S /rn, Biiil o»»r 


9^1.'? 


1,V.'7 


•li.Ml 


2,96'j 


2,61,6 


3,10) 


3.21.1 


3,t.''i 


H„.x 


5.718 


3.39U 


1.51.3 


IJ. Itii« n, eiuo* roo, 19SS 


50, lU: 


HI1.7 


2,'.)) 


1,501 


1,516 


1,1,1,0 


1,1.77 


1,7M7 


Ii,ll6 


3.21.7 


2.022 


»,5'« 


1). IV.'; rn«. out'^l.lo SM.nA 


b.mi 


9 


97 


]IU) 


116 


32H 


1711 


155 


l,/l. 


1)1 


95 


169 


Ih, 2f> »rj. or over-Nn.lUn 


























nchool y-Hfiri C(vipl>t«d 


V>.7 


lil.!i 


10.6 


10.2 


9.5 


9. 1 


10.9 


9.0 


10.8 


)•).) 


11.8 


lO.S 


IS. Totii no. fantUa* 


?n,i)i'; 


iMi' 


1,V12 


6 lit 


701 


• 000 


0^7 


1,01) 


2,177 


1,616 


91ii 


1.315 


16, Ho. ltiC('iT»>i uiiHar $)(nO 


i4,';u 


17 


Dili 


1)9 


167 


11.7 


137 


275 


72) 


IS/ 


I2I1 


121 


IT. »J - 5»>9 


l<>,'i!i<. 


\W) 


50O 


11.1 


31I1 


39-; 


291 


386 


1)58 


612 


318 


51) 


l«. W - 99;9 


9,L''i9 


lAA 


koo 


262 


160 


2)7 


278 


290 


395 


6).6 


319 


1,90 


1». $10,000 uirt over 


l.llil, 


1« 


1)0 


' 90 


60 


105 


109 


51. 


151 


211 


153 


191. 


20> H*<ll*n faKilljr LnouaM 


t';,7'>9 


»5.flH 


t';.75i 


$5,5f)l. «J.,077 


»5.23» 


»5,793 


»U,8j5 


t\,,^^>h $6,170 $6,122 «,U7 


T«LB 11 AOF. *H() Kl>. 


»M1"A 
























MMIC Cll*'<ACTljlI.,Tir.S 


TOTAL 


P-ir 


P-2 

1,0), 


P-3 P 


-1, 


P-5 


P.^ 


q-s 


T-1 


T.2 


t-lA 


T-IB 


1( Ptrions unUr $ yra. old 


n.ofls' 


172 


)l,6 


309 


615 


381, 


517 


1,61.7 


701, 


785 


5?3 


2. P«r30ii> J - 111 yra. old 


20, ?U 


2^7 


7'.11 


501 


571 


fi-n 


1.71. 


697 


2,617 


1,106 


50? 


620 


3* r»i*i»o(»a 65 tuil ovrtr 


i?,j;7 


I'O 


1,05 


v5 


292 


2?7 


503 


373 


793 


699 


555 


<fl2 


ill r»rnona 21 yro, and o»«r 


fcs.'v';! 


91.1 


2,961 


2,058 


1.81,2 


1.960 


2,1,92 


2,259 


l4,698 


1,,0()« 


2.592 


3,312 


$, P»rnon'< Ih yr«. w-d ov»r 
6. No. or ttan $ In Cl.lltan 


flo.flM 


i,U1 


),l,05 


2,1.50 


2,127 


2.1^0) 


2,01) 


2,608 


5,673 


l(,706 


2,91,3 


3.793 


Ijthor forco 


Wl,167 


fii5 


2,016 


1,1.71 


1,11.3 


1,5011 


1.716 


1,1.96 


»,69b 


2,697 


1,667 


2.2)9 


7. No. of H«rt 6 dinployod 


1»),9;7 


59;' 


l,9u5 


1,1,12 


1,121 


• l,l.?l. 


1,622 


1,1,07 


»,559 


2.6.05 


1.592 


2.152 


6, ♦'rorMfitloniil, T«cimlo»l, 


























fjut>"fi, 'ifflcUla, uk) 


























fV< , i-l»lor« 


5,0'^u 


'Ji 


J07 


U9 


^1 


117 


150 


69 


250 


310 


276 


21,6 


♦ , Cl«rlr«l oivl »al»* 


i2,';"7 


111 


1.7b 


1.10 


202 \ 2)1. 


1,92 


218 


710 


76) 


5)0 


737 


10, Cr'fl^nc.n, fora-iqn 


«, !'•..> 


92 


2 11. 


10) 


191, 


a.'7 


221 


21,7 


)67 


37/ 


191, 


371i 


11. CfjrnlWoa 


y.i.jii 


122 


LMi 


1')} 


116 


MJ, 


320 


307 


581 


533 


251 


U) 


12. I'rlv.nfl houauliold, ■•rvlaa, 


























laNjfora • 


7,7<i'^ 


127 


)M2 


291 


193 


vy 


3^ 


320 


1,62 


510 


21,3 


31.3 


1). Mnrrl».) vn'tn in labor ferco 


* 
























Hxib.krt'l f>r«»"rtnt 


A,(1M|. 


7I1 


27) 


222 


lU? 


21,6 


25l4 


»S7 


%f> 


1,16 


232 


305 
795 


IJ^. Au'v*.Aobll« to work 


16..)0i 


206 


697 


1,77 


21,1) 


i.iii 


55I1 


612 


665 


566 


15. ^allroid, aiilwaf, tiua 


























to work 
li. Walk to work 


20,y91 


»l4 


851 


611, 


620 


705 


719 


630 


1^361 


1.1.06 


735 


985 


2,775 


Ii7 


25) 


121 


123 


57 


165 


193 


12>. 


172 


130 


161, 


T»BU 111 CilAltAi;TUIIJiTH;« 


Atll'lA 
























CP !».i.i.i.i(ij UHirr. 


TfffAT, 


P-IC 


P-2 


P-) P-Ji 


P-S 


P-6 


g-5 


T-l T-l t-)A T-3B 


1« Total ll'>ii.^li.,', Unlta 


)l..ll.5 


I485 


l.)75 


1,01,2 


969 


1,07U 


1,267 


1,3)3 


2.675 


1.820 


1,186 


1.590 


t. Total f'ccui.l'. 1 Uiilla 


12, S*".!. 


>,(.■> 


l.DIi 


9'>9 


Udll 


9IUI 


1,202 


1,11,1 


2,5)2 


1,790 


1,159 


i.=;iii 


1, Owi.nr Orcui.!'"! llntU 
k, Njiitmr of urilta in 1 


9,225 


Ill 


176 


Vi 


216 


2)3 


HI 


275 


)«. 


61.9 


350 


5J7 


























unit alrurtijjvn 


2.962 


20 


1.5 


la 


^,H 


152 


176 


111 


191, 


1U6 


75 


K-l. 


5. No. untla Jo $ ar nor* 


























unit > Inmt'. r«a 


5.915 




69 


112 


121, 


50 


350 


5 


1.501 


10 


)n5 


11,0 


6. No. d.tt'x lor'itlriK 


5,V9 


« 


1.) 


70 


292 


561 


221, 


71,0 


261 


1«U 


ll,» 


92 


T, N'>. illapMaui'l 


7^.5 


5 


2 


IS 


112 


)1 


11 


12S 


100 


12 


)/ 


13 


2/J16 




. 




.— -• 








1,1.09 


li 


20 


20 


f# K^dlan fftrafir\» p».p oocuplad 


























U.I I 


: 


2.9 


3.1 


3.1 


3.0 


'•>).6 


2.3 


3.0 


3.li 


1.) 


7.6 


7.9 


iO, Ui.lla wlUt l.ul |,«r-a'>na pwr 


























ro'M* or Moi .V 


1,'H.l 


ti'j 


ins 


82 


110 


161 


97 


11,1 


liOf 


152 


55 


97 


11. H*11*.(i '^'t.r'>^ANA 




'j'.'i 


■;.2 


5.2 


l<.9 


5.2 


1,.) 


l,.9 


I..7 


5.3 


"^.3 


•..2 


W, Ui Ua ri,<.rlln(; ra-it 


27,'A.i 


126 


•/•;fi 


696 


672 


7'^5 


«75 


066 


»,ll.8 


1,11.1 


(109 


1.0)1, 


1). lie. ra..t/.la .ji..<»,' ''.'i.riri 


S .'' P 


1. 


1? 


a 


16 


20 


39 


21 


,X)A 


16 


20 


A 


Ui. Ho, r'fitola t;,'i - 7/ 


9,/ 17 


;'■!< 


I.M 


)M. 


1,32 


376 


Ii59 


687 


1.1.67 


1.52 


3.'5 


378 


lit Ho. rmt'ila i&) ..n 1 ./»Mr 


12, i// 


I'i/ 


I.7'; 


3li|i 


221) 


359 


y.9 


158 


380 


657 


l.-^A 


691, 


14, M^t'llar. f^roaa tmoI 
»«_ M. ._ . . 


tk/ 


7) 


im 


op 


71 


79 


75 


f/ 


57 


81 


. «!' 


66 



•Tlllal.la 



1I.,1U2 



761 



';i.2 



ii6y 



51« 



Mil 



65ti 



593 l.Wl 7)0 516 ' 671 



WKmSt^M MOIITII 
(c^onllnucd) 



r. I 



TABU I eontlniiad 



tJi» T-JiB T-5* T-Sn t-6 T-7* »-7B T-«A t-8B T.» T-10 I-l 



1. 


' : ' -» 

Population WO 


b.OOl 


ll,10l. 


S,2V'.' 


5,015 


b,y70 


2,702 


6,627 


7,980 


b.038 


6,b62 


b,502 


8,106 


1. 


Population 1950 


b.6l.l< 


b,267 


5,719 


5.1.85 


5,805 
-Ui.b 


3,212 


7,8U1 


7,9b8 


I,,b20 


6,771 


b,b27 


9,b86 


^ 


P«rc»nt«n» of Chui» 
H«l* ropulntlon 1960 


-13,8 


-1.0 


-7.3 


-0.6 


-16. U 


-15.5 


.b 


.8.6 


-b.6 


1.7 


-U..5 


li. 


1,9?9 


1,9?7 


2,';?i 


2,158 


2,296 


l,2b5 


3,152 


3,712 


1,807 


3.02b 


2,002 


3,791 


s. 


Hon-utilt» populitlon 


2 


6 


29 


1.1 


b,057 


8b6 


1,^.05 


319 


8b 


20 


8 


13 


f>. 


Tot»l ForolKn Slock 


t,0li2 


»,in 


2,36'^i 


2,117 


1,101 


l,3b8 


),6/-6 


b,6oi 


2,012 


3,138 


2,278 


3,81b 


7. 


No. of marrli»<1 oouplfts 


819 


• ebo 


1,1(10 


l,ojb 


860 


561. 


l,b68 


1,90b 


S6b 


1,350 


8bO 


1,593 


8. 


Couplns with own hou««hold 


815 


B21, 


1,065 


1,01b 


8b9 


561 


i,bn 


1,81) 


836 


1.301 


807 


1,562 


9. 


Couplsi with own children 




























un<1nr 19 yuan of *r,« 


502 


51.5 


623 


600 


533 


201 


727 


916 


501 


7b2 


b56 


936 


in. 


Populsllon In group qukrttri 


1 29 


5 


7 


97 


17 


16 


lb 


2b 


63 


17 


5b 


269 


11. 


Popiilatton *> yrs. end ortr 


3,570 


3,611, 


l.,601 


b,b57 


b,173 


2,b01 


5,91.7 


7,210 


3,573 


5,767 


b,Ul 


7,27b 


1?. 


Item U, »«n8 r«B. 1955 


l,fi65 


2,l';l< 


2,lifl3 


2,20b 


1,207 


7(>1 


2,19? 


3,203 


1,803 


3,072 


2,581 


b,173 


11. 


195<: roil, outald* SItSA 


82 


77 


157 


127 


Ii06 


155 


b09 


185 


9b 


208 


68 


2U 


111. 


2$ TTt, or ovar-MadlMi 




























school yoara cnaplat«d 


10.8 


11.6 


a. 6 


11.0 


10.1 


lO.b 


lO.b 


10.9 


10.9 


11.3 


12.1 


10.7 


K. 


TotAl no, fanlUa* 


1,035 


1,012 


1,298 


l,2bb 


1,180 


7b2 


1,771 


2,23b 


1,02b 


1,616 


1,069 


1,969 


16. 


Mo. Inconas undar $7000 


106 


72 


im, 


136 


379 


1J.9 


321 


526 


107 


156 


91 


183 


17. 


$5 - 59 "9 


J99 


JU8 


1.72 


b65 


b7b 


310 


609 


905 


b62 


552 


2b9 


808 


Ifl. 


U> - 9W9 


109 


1.29 


506 


b56 


290 


220 


560 


6bl 


305 


610 


bl3 


722 


19. 


$10,1X10 and ovar 


121 


163 


216 


187 


29 


63 


193 


162 


150 


278 


296 


256 


?n. 


K ."-o family Ineoaw 


$6,062 


$6,555 $6,li83 


$6,122 $b,219 


$5,326 


$5,bl3 


$5,009 


$5,683 $6,b1b $7,2b7 $5,983 



TABLE II coDTlnuad 



TJi* T-bB t-5A t-SB T-6 



T-7A T-7B T-8A T-OB T-9 T-10 X-1 



1. 


Persons undar 5 jrre. old 


b3l 


b''Cl 


698 


558 


796 


30) 


60O 


770 


b65 


695 


391 


8)2 


2. 


Persin.i S - lb yre. old 


60? 


7)8 


98) 


828 


1,0)3 


boO 


1,095 


1,1)7 


6o8 


1,11b 


696 


l.bio 


I: 


Per "ni 'i5 and ovor 


15b 


370 


b7l) 


598 


335 


315 


0)1 


1,0)0 


57b 


7b6 


606 


V')6 


Porsin.) M yra. and ovar 


2,52b 


2,511 


1,11.0 


3,229 


2,737 


l,7vo 


b,)6b 


5,19b 


2,6)9 


b,091 


3,057 


5,11.6 


5. 


Paroonff lli yra. and ovar 


2,9b9 


2,9)1 


3,699 


3,710 


3,216 


2,017 


b,9)9 


5.996 


3,017 


b.738 


3,b7l, 


5.962 


6. 


No. of Hem 5 In ClTlllail 




























hai r forre 


1,7^9 


1,81/ 


2,220 


2,181 


1,8)7 


1,?15 


2,01) 


3.168 


1,619 


»,8l.l 


1,961, 


l.bli) 


7. 


No. of lt«m 6 aaiployad 


1.7li'> 


1.771 


2,119 


2,051 


1,700 


1,1)2 


2,6?1 


3.026 


1,571 


2,7)6 


1,879 


3,?67 


8. 


ProforaloMul, Tachnl04l, 
M naKora, OffUliOa, and 




























Proi>rtet,ore 


208 


155 


275 


200 


123 


112 


lOb 


1.15 


197 


110 


)7» 


313 


9. 


Clorlca] and wBlaa 


SbO 


560 


579 


6)8 


226 


2b5 


71,5 


999 


507 


9)b 


65? 


907 


10. 


Craftsman, foreman 


209 


326 


391 


271 


129 


106 


296 


b06 
?88 


231 


)b9 


231 


b91 


11. 


Opornttvea 


29b 


107 


bl.9 


1 Ml) 


578 


328 


71b 


381 


515 


192 


61.2 


12. 


Prlvata Im.isahold, aanrlea. 




























laborvtra 


328 


12b 


1b2 


103 


bl2 


177 


170 


)99 


175 


bl6 


205 


611 


11. 


Marrlod wm.on In labor foroa 




























Mnsbnnd pronant 


'. 278 


186 


3b7 


208 


m 


269 


b68 


bOl 


23b 


b58 


2?1 


b8l 


lb. 


HiitofnooJIa to work 


6?6 


689 


872 


073 


5bo 


b07 


1,078 


l.?bb 


716 


1,016 


765 


1,225 


15. 


Railroad, aulway, bus to work 8b6 


865 


l,0bJ. 


92b 


876 


532 


l,?5b 


1.320 


618 


1,13? 


9)9 


l,b97 


16. 


Walk to work 

— \ 


170 


81 


73 


lOO 


60 


b2 


102 


US 


76 


1)9 


1,9 


206 



table: in contlnuad 



T-bA T-bB T-5A T-5B T-6 



T-7A 



T-7B T-a* t-8B T.9 T-10 I-l 



1. TpUl Houalnit Unlti 

2. Total Or. ..(lie.) IJnlta 

3. Owtior "erupted Unlt.a 
b. Huw^'Mr nf unite In 1 

unit ati-U'-i'iraa 

5. No. unite In 5 or nora 
unit atructurea 

6. No, dat^rloraUng 

7. No. dllai'ldatad 

,8. Unite hullt 1950-March l»60 
'9. Madlen petH"n« p«r occuplM 
unit 

10. Unlto with 1.01 pareona par 
rocei or nora 

11. Had! an no, rooaj 

12. Unite reportInK rant 

13. No. rent alt luvler $bO.<X> 
lb. Ho. r.>n)alB tJ,r> . 79 

15. Ho. reiiUle >Ao and ovar 

16. Median (roaa rant 

17. Ho. repnrtlni no aui« 
aval I 'bl I 



1,231 

1,153 

338 

66 

150 

290 

2b 

3 

3.1 

117 
5.0 
$15 

«3 
Ii3$ 



1,131 l,b«b 

1,111 l.b31 

377 bW, 



59 

5 
b9 



l,b95 I.6O7 

l.blO l.bo9 

b97 263 



101 

b2 
187 



150 

219 

202 



301 
715 



WO 513 



509 



938 
890 
137 

10 

330 

168 



— 


9 


32 


"¥,■ 


5b 


3 


3 


— — 


' b 








d 




).b 


3.3 


3.1 


2.9 


2.5 


107 


128 


l?o 


1'3 


57 


?il! 


5.b 


5.3 


b.8 


b.5 


9b7 


91.1 


1.206 


"J 


..— 


b 


12 


9 


178 


307 


281 


598 


V/> 


658 
88 


*^ 


r, 


591 
SO 


575 
89 



I,lb5 

',052 
b61 

55 

635 

373 

b7 

b 

2.9 

139 

5.0 

1,591 

b 

1,10» 
87 



2.610 

«,526 
bSl 

80 

1,068 
12b 

b20 

2.8 

160 

b.8 

»,obS 

tb 

781 

1.216 

86 



1,229 l,8b6 l,2ljb 2,165 

1,191, 1,79a 1,?:) 2.26b 

bl'l 679 59) 701 



126 

80 

37 
t 



).o 

69 
5.1 

793 

b 

bb7 



233 

102 
125 

b 

12 

3.) 

110 

5.6 

1,119 

^?\ 

/I12 
89 



302 386 



57 

128 

23 



1.1 

75 
5.9 
630 

"118 

500 
.'5 



250 

2b7 

22 

21 

1.1 

211, 
5.2 
827 

20 
3b6 
b53 

J»3 



BbX bb) yvo l,l$a $01 6li6 )$6 b« 



/^ 




■H3.-: 



t' 



"h 



^ \ ^ 



"Yil 



Vii/ 




\/ 



^ 



3) 






.^' 






■K 






tiiS \'if\ 



JHit/5Tov 




'*..-- -' 



^^- I 



'5\\^i 



'4 O 












_r '''V 




/ 



"f* 



v.^ \<. 



A« 



"11 



M. 
V 



,/. 3/'?<3>J, 



\ 






/;? 



/.<C 



DOIICIIEUTEJI SOUTM 



t*«LK I cimiACTrjtisTica 


AIU'-A 








t 


\ 






^ 


fcf* 


hh' 




or Till roruuTioM 


Hftkl 


1^ 


«-J* 


LIB : 


K-U 


t-ia 


X-J* 


K-S» 


«-So 


1^ ; 


{•4B : 


UM 


1, FocuUlli'n I'X'o 


71., iK 


9.in9 


5.'.;7) 


6,1^0 


7.J72 


5,510 


7,91,7 


1,060 
£,631, 


l,,66U 


9,201, 


9,882 


1,650 


J, roi.ul»Mc>n V'^O 


Tl.it.? 


9,y3li 


5,030 


6,5)9 


fl,239 


5,71,9 


7,961 


5,129 10,603 


8,UU 


U,510 


J. rprc;onl.|.? of Ch*nn» 
b. y.iU P.|'uJ«tton IVt.O 


-I..0 


-5.5 


-J,.ll 


-5.7 


-11.7 


J..0 


-.2 


-16.5 


-9.1 


-13.2 


21.8 


3.1 


3>',1.10 


l,,^^ 


2,^?^ 


2,763 


3,lill 


2,1,1,0 


3,017 


1,027 


2,192 


b,Ull 


l,,97l 


2,197 


S, S.m-wtiU» T.'ru^'llon 


jni. 


?i. 




n 


76 


2 


1?2 


20 


51 


10 


69 




6« Total roi-<*1i;n Mook 


30,005 


Ii,li70 


2,^1? 


j,ni'7 


),l.30 


2,0)0 


I,, 7/6 


2,717 


2,31.1 


6,573 


U.916 


2,233 


7, No. of Umilc.l fo\i|il8s 


1ft, '.''1. 


1,911 


I.IM 


l,ro7 


1,5?7 


l,7:>r. 


1,761 


1,''I7 


1,099 


2.1,13 


2,222 


1,0)1, 


8. Couplos villi own lu>"3nhold 


16,115 


l.Ulll 


1,120 


1,1S0 


l,li91 


1,103 


1,7^8 


l,01f, 


1,W,2 


2,326 


2,156 


990 


y, Couplfli with owii olilldr«n 


























mi.1or lf> yeirp of «r« 


9,000 


1,105 


6<13 


61,7 


600 


6^5 


9W. 


liVu 


617 


1,21,3 


1,361, 


606 


10, Poiulatlcn In croup qu«rt«r« 1,?I'H 


)s'7 


I'll 


217 


122 


(,C 


_ — 




31 




507 


87 


11. PopulAtlon < yro, «ih1 8V»r 


67,187 


8,310 


5.07I1 


5.6I,(1 


6,551 


U,970 


7,111 


3,600 


li.lO 


8,676 


8,696 


«»,190 


12. Ittfl n, »iw« roB. 19SS 


30,. U3 


b,9U7 


3,31.0 


3.! '17 


3,501 


3,);t2 


).?75 


l.9yt\ 


2,271, 


U,601 


b,ei,o 


2,328 


IJ. !«'.', r«e, oulKlrf* SIO* 


1,911 


337 


11) 


?ll. 


200 


122 


11.2 


60 


162 


190 


156 


107 


Uj. ;^' yrs. or ovor-Modlm 


























•chool yoaro otm|>)«t»<l 


11.6 


11.) 


12.1 


1?.2 


11.3 


12.1 


U.l 


10.8 


U.9 


12.0 


^2.2 


12.1 


15. Tot*l no. f«nm«« 


19,1,1,8 


»,31li 


1,1.'; 1 


1,1,90 


1,601, 


1,1,09 


2,100 


1,173 


1,192 


2,665 


2,1,80 


1,180 


16. No. ln':on«9 unilar $)000 


?,167 


2W 


57 


11,0 


213 


102 


367 


251, 


130 


363 


192 


9U 


17. ») - 9):>-) 


6,9:0 


O'll 


516 


Iir5 


726 


1,22 


901 


US 


1,53 


983 


928 


270 


IB. « - 9';99 


7,n6 


915 


fc?o 


9,9 


60S 


6)6 


592 


302 


1.70 


966 


903 


508 


W. $10, (XO (UK) uv»r 


).).^S 


V.3 


260 


37b 


260 


)29 


160 


122 


139 


353 


1,57 


308 


to, Kodltn farttly Inoon* 


»6,2?6 


♦6.315 


t6.7li 


♦7,203 $6,011 


♦7.303 


♦5,203 


♦s.uso 


♦6.090 ^5,967 $6,366 ♦7.71,6 



WSU. II AdE «)>[) ECO- 

uaiic ni«n«cTrjiir.Tic3 



AniJi 

TuTAI X-2 



I-3A 



X-)R I-I,A 1-1,8 X.5A 1_5B X-5C I^A X-6B 1.^5 



1. 
2. 



6. 



6,9)9 
I?, 092 

9,268 
Ii9,0';i 
56, 17b 

31,707 
30,b9fl 



Poraons un litr 5 yr». old 
Per»orvi 5-11, yr*. old 

2. Per9o:ifl 65 and over 
. Pf»,P",io 21 yrn. arnl over 
Pe^fl^'n» lit yia, ftnd over 
>lo. of Item S In OlvllUa 
L.T^-or forco 
7. No. of Mom 6 employed 
6. FrofBrtilcnwl , Torhnlo»l, 
Kv, n. .rn, OfflclUe, and 
ProiTlelore 5,205 

9. Clerlc/a »nd SrOoe 10, ('1,0 

10. CrrTtiTon, fornmen b,lb2 
U. Oparbtlvoa b.6b2 

12. Prlvnbe hoiuehald.ierrlod, 
)»b<ircr» 3,790 

13. >larTlo<1 wonon In Iftbor foree, 
Kaflbnnd p'-ooerit b,b90 

11,. Au'.vnoblle to voi-k 13,363 

15. R«llri»,l, auhwKy, 

bu» to work 12,632 

16. Wnik to w-irk 1,793 



1,0'9 

l,b97 
1,191 
6,<i|,i 



3,903 
),7bl 



518 

1,205 

597 

559 

608 

b78 
l,b63 

1,762 
256 



bv? 
O72 
7^>9 



,'il.l 3,771 
,9b6 I,, 2 70 



2.1,02 
2,327 



329 
859 
350 
333 

)5b 

311 
1,01,0 

956 
155 



5?o 

95b 

057 

b.075 

I1.796 

2,W.3 
2,75) 



311 



721 
1.159 

9)3 
b,626 
5.b90 

3,160 
3,015 



59b 390 

991 1,002 

295 b56 

363 512 



1,20 



380 376 

3,001 1,162 

1,311 1,363 

191 152 



SbO 

7b3 

779 

3.700 

1,,310 

2,519 
».b6b 



b35 
90b 
2OI1 
297 

351 

3bl 
1,070 

1,128 
96 



0)6 
1,5)9 

976 
5,^12 
5,600 

3,0?) 
2,065 



Lll 

1,011, 
)60 
636 

285 

b3S 

1,202 

1,209 
219 



268 

528 

6<i6 

2,7)0 

3,1?) 

I,7b5 
1,663 



251 
657 
2)6 
327 

13b 

259 
70I1 

733 
101 



511 

751 

b89 

3,0,17 

3,b6) 



271 



528 
1,36b 
1,180 
6,bb9 
7,b5b 



906 
l,9<)b 

959 
*.3)3 
7,1)3 



220 



b51 

781 

529 

3,029 

3,b93 



2,0b6 b,2b2 ),«(j6 J,016 
1, 99b b,0<j9 3,701 1,966 



320 705 026 )L6 

589 1,602 1,323 69b 

262 S8b b9b 22b 

371 61,2 309 213 



521 )15 



35b 666 571 299 

900 1,925 2,02b 872 

706 1,550 l,lbl 773 

86 200 193 lU 



tULT. Ill CHAPACTI PiaTICl 

OK DJy.ujuo wi/irj 



AhEA 
TOTAL 



X-2 



1-)A 



I-3B X-UA X-I,B X-5A X-5B X-SC X-AA X-^B X-6C 



1. 
t. 

t 

$. 

><. 

I: 
f. 

10. 

u. 
u. 

u. 

15. 

16. 
17. 



ToUl Housing Urlte 

ToUl nrcuilti Ualti 

O-'Mr ')c':i.; ln'J Unite 

Hot'.i. r of imHj In ) 

unit otricturoe 

Ko. ur.ltj In 5 or Kore 

ur.ll ,itruoli,r«» 

Wo. (i«'.'irloralln( 

Vu, JHarl.'«l«d 

IJni-. b,tU lV'.n"aj-cli I960 

K« dan parsnna i>9r oeoupled 

Ulllt 

Uniia will. 1,01 perecne per 
ru-m e>t ,».■#■• 
H*'11a,, no, ri'cr.a 
Ui.lla rfi.orilr./ rent 
Ho. ranl/ila vr\ >r tbO.OO 
He. r,«..'.alB V.h . 79 
No. rnnt4]s $''.o a/, J over 
Ke.*l -.n r.roaa rani 
Me.reportlnf n« euUMveilebl 



27,072 

21,509 

9,100 



2,292 

l.'JS7 

102 

1,718 



1.261 

12,bfi9 

b8 

2,9Jb 

9,379 

92 

•6,229 



2,'/>l 1,617 
2,'<00 1,<;95 
1,111 91), 



1,700 

1,7)8 

9b6 



2)5 

313 

12 

9) 

3.1 

196 

l.bOy 

16 

501 

960 

87 

916 



12 
32 

11 
26 

3.0 

92 
601 

112 

559 

96 

330 



2,229 

2,157 

7b9 



b,fi)6 511 595 66) 305 



eu 11,9 

•173 b2 

6 8 

I 65 16 

3.0 2.9 

66 lb6 

5.9 5.2 

792 1,1,08 

221 1,17 

551 983 

91 88 

ba? 77b 



1,679 

1,655 

■ 785 

272 

80 

U, 

1 

32 

J.O 



1,396 

*.353 

£95 

90 

909 

209 

22 

b87 

3.1 




1,316 

1,205 

351 

96 

166 

2bl 

22 



2.8 

b2 
b.9 
93b 
8 
181, 
7b2 



l,bl9 2,9b7 2.711 1,317 

1,36b 2,890 2,o59 1,;93 

521 9)6 l,ba6 606 



208 

150 

283 

11 

36 

3.1 

00 
S.l 

eb3 

8 

199 

636 

93 

352 



170 1,155 771 

b08 99 i.^ 

32b 30 166 

6 3 

5b 756 179 



3.1 



).b 



3.2 



b6 


213 


81 


5.b 


5.3 


5.7 


1, 95b 


1.173 


b87 


b 


8 


b 


'^ 


160 


llj, 


l,6«b 


983 


339 


.'» 


98 


97 


815 


b») 


25b 



-, 




< 


^ 


vO 


r 




I 


Op 


4 


^ 


^ \\ 


1 


PC J 


'^0 




."^ 


// 


Uj 


/ 






<ioh/W. -'' •• 



^^\-'-L ■%. 



\^ 



\\. 



^ 







7;A Vj .0^^ 



.AiMms.uMitMJ:. 






/^ 



EA^ uu^TOH SEE ERRATA SHEET 



TABI£ I CllA!lACTL;l)Ii;TlCS 
OF TIIE 1'01'ULATION 



AIIEA 



TOTAL A-1 A-2 A-J A-li A-5 A-6 1)-1 



B-2 



B-3 B-li B-5A B-5B 



1. 


Population I960 


12,926 


7,119 


14,052 


5,122 


14,339 


5,088 


2,996 


1,976 


2,206 


2,259 


1,555 


2,217 


3,967 


2, 


Population 1950 


51,152 


5.829 


l4,3l47 


6,1.39 


U,99l4 


6,259 


3,600 


2,533 


2,931. 


3,177 


3,232 


2,850 U,95B 


3. 


PerceBtat;e of ChancQ 


-16,1 


22.6 


-6.8 


-20.5 


-13.1 


-18,7 


-16.6 


-22.0 


-2l4.t' 


-28.9 


-51.9 


-22,2 


-20.0 


Male Population I960 


21,098 


3,l476 


1,951 


2,533 


2,122 


2,538 


1,1.72 


996 


1,106 


1,0U3 


809 


1,071 1,981 


5. 


Non-vhite Population 


71 


2l4 


13 


2 


1 


7 




9 


5 


3 


1 







6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


2U.5U6 


3,799 


1,9146 


2,821. 


2,268 


2,911 


1,890 


1,211. 


l,l456 


982 


l,l496 


1,563 


2,167 


7, 


No. Harried couples 


9,635 


1,589 


936 


1,103 


967 


1,091 


705 


I458 


513 


360 


516 


525 


872 


8. 


Couples with oun houseliold 


9,li78 


1,556 


917 


1,095 


953 


1,070 


688 


I45I4 


507 


356 


512 


513 


657 


9. 


Couploa with own cLildr>jn 






























under l8 years of age 


5,60o 


997 


575 


685 


592 


659 


363 


273 


273 


256 


28I4 


339 


seij 


10. 


Population in group quai-tere 


369 


11.1 


22 








I49 


36 


5 





62 


3I4 


20 




11. 


Population 5 ys. and over 


39,093 


6,37l4 


3,658 


l4,562 


3,859 


14,585 


2,669 


1,767 


1,98U 


1,96U 


2,108 


2,006 3,537 


12. 


Item 11, same res. 1955 


2l.,127 


3,800 


2,l4lO 


2,927 


2,358 


2,91l4 


1,502 


679 


1.330 


1,050 


1,392 


1,15U 2,1.11 


13. 


1955 res, outside SMSA 


576 


173 


55 


1.1. 


58 


69 


36 


15 


I4 


2I4 


2U 


36 


36 


lij. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 






























school years couipletod 


9.1 


10.9 


10.5 


9.6 


9.8 


8.9 


6.7 


8.7 


6.6 


8.8 


8.5 


8.6 


8.9 


15. 


Total no. families 


11,561 


1,823 


1,115 


1,352 


1,160 


1,299 


838 


5I45 


612 


560 


6I4O 


597 


1,020 


16. 


No. incomes under $3000 


1,979 


237 


91 


157 


206 


261. 


I7I4 


92 


151 


221 


II4O 


IOI4 


II42 


IV. 


$3 - 5999 


5,012 


686 


I493 


586 


l43S 


577 


I4OI 


^261 


263 


2I49 


328 


262 


I4I47 


lU. 


$6 - 9999 


3,U98 


690 


I4O9 


I46I4 


I4O2 


3I4O 


191 


132 


171 


60 


132 


195 


312 


19. 


$10,000 and over 
Median family incoiae 


1,069 


210 


119 


■ 11.5 


113 


118 


72 


I4O 


27 


30 


I4O 


36 


119 


20. 


$5,323 


$5,957 $5,853 $5,681 $5,581 $14,919 $5,152 $li,963 ,$l4,736 $3,536 $l4,73l $S,282t5,518 


TABLE II AOE AND ECO- 


■AltFJl 


























NOMIC CHiVRACTmiSTICS 


TOTAL 


A-1 


A-2 


A-3 


A.I4 


A-5 


A-6 


B-1 


B-2 


B-3 


B-I4 


B-5A 


B-5B 


1. 


Persons UJider 5 yrs, old 


I4,513 


775 


392 


560 


U85 


503 


327 


209 


22I4 


289 


107 


212 


I43O 


2. 


Persona 5 - U4 yrs. old 


7,1.56 


1,301 


692 


860 


722 


867 


1.68 


325. 


335 


569 


230 


386 


701 


3. 


Persona 65 and over 


14,302 


710 


365 


I457 


I4IO 


526 


31.1 


21? 


272 


213 


196 


2I45 


3I48 


h. 


Persons 21 yrs. and over 


27,221 


14,560 


2,616 


3,219 


2,7l4l 


3,267 


1,967 


1,271 


l.Wl 


1,151 


1.082 


1,1430 2,1466 


5. 


Persona IJ4 yra, and over 


32,1147 


5.167 


3,022 


3,785 


3,1914 


3,603 


2,21.7 


l,l47U 


1,685 


I.I469 


1.752 


1,651 


2,898 


6. 


No. of item 5 in Civilian 






























Labor force 


17,832 


2,«77 


1,767 


2,090 


1,802 


2,01.8 


1,251. 


81.1 


913 


660 


952 


950 1,656 


7. 


No. of iten 6 eniloyed 


16,500 


2,7147 


1,61.9 


l,9l42 


1,668- 


1,81.), 


1,166 


7I43 


838 


611. 


872 


909 1,508 


8. 


Professional, Technical, 
Managers, Officials, and 






























Proprietors 


l,53l4 


I46O 


185 


139 


155 


127 


79 


I47 


I47 


55 


60 


65 


115 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


3,535 


716 


I4I48 


W.l 


369 


326 


220 


152 


112 


119 


188 


136 


308 


10, 


Craftsman, foremen 


2,1.28 


1.26 


231 


33I4 


2V8 


287 


106 


96 


129 


1.6 


152 


135 


188 


11. 


Ojierativda 


5,310 


623 


318 


657 


I458 


617 


521 


283 


369 


211 


308 


377 


566 


12. 


Private House'vold, service. 






























laborers 


2,603 


I4O2 


312 


266 


278 


323 


166 


118 


128 


136 


II4O 


136 


198 


13. 


Married women in labor force. 






























Huuband present 


2,1453 


I43U 


27I4 


2«1 


2I42 


2U3 


231 


110 


118 


52 


108 


132 


228 


lU. 


Automobile to work 


5,763 


1,130 


678 


788 


51.2 


609 


31.3 


25I4 


252 


138 


276 


270 


I483 


15. 


Railroad, subuay, bus to work 


7,725 


1,293 


71.3 


921 


8I4I4 


833 


5S7 


32I4 


381 


317 


I436 


395 


661 


16, 


Walk to work 


l,U8l4 


100 


59 


80 


139 


227 


11.6 


98 


116 


96 


100 


138 


185 


TABLE XII CHAIiACTEUI.TICb 


ARi'lA 


























OF DWELLING UNITd 


TOTAL 


A-1 


A-2 


A-3 


A-1, 


A-5 


A-6 


B-1 


D-2 


11-3 


B-U 


B-5A 


B-5B 


1. 


Total Housing Units 


13,702 


2,Ol4L 


1,227 


1,571 


1,372 


1,713 


l,uul, 


659 


617 


672 


573 


759 


1,291 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


13,022 


2,0u8 


1,199 


i,5u 


1,311 


1,630 


958 


619 


739 


627 


521 


709 


1,190 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


3,811 


761 


I486 


U83 


I4O6 


1.39 


250 


157 


159 


52 


129 


115 


. 37I4 


I. 


Number of luiits in 1 






























unit structures 


1,313 


l4l,6 


135 


19U 


126 


112 


72 


I49 


15 


15 


60 




89 


5. 


No. of units in 5 or moi'e 






























unit structures 


1,531 


359 


10 


10 


36 


125 


k 


20 


2I4 


I4I8 


20 


378 


127 


6. 


No. deteriorating 


1,385 


120 


187 


230 


82 


100 


72 


61 


107 


101 


55 


a 


229 


7. 


No, dilapidated 


277 


10 


16 


103 


7 


28 


3 


17 


25 


1 


3 


13 


I49 


8. 


Units built 1950-llaroh I960 


I485 


I465 


12 








1. 


h 












9, 


Median persons per occupied 






























unit 




3,3 


3.2 


3.3 


3,1 


2.8 


2.9 


3.0 


2.8 


3.1 


2.6 


2.9 


3.2 


10 


Units with 1.01 persons par 






























room or more 


1,295 


192 


88 


1147 


107 


11.1 


88 


60 


73 


106 


1.0 


103 


150 


11 


Median no. x-ooma 




5,2 


5.3 


I..9 


I4.9 


1..5 


I4.I4 


I4.I4 


l4,2 


I4.3 


14.3 


1,.0 


I4.I4 


12 


Units reporting rent 


9,375 


l,2b7 


713 


1,0?8 


905 


1,191 


7ut) 


1.62 


Si>o 


575 


■556 


5914 


816 


13 


No, rentals under $1»0,00 


532 


U 


22 


20 


16 


91. 


28 


2U 


62 


97 


6I4 


29 


66 


111 


No, rentals ;W,0 - 79 


6,),80 


5I49 


352 


605 


656 


839 


606 


370 


I4I47 


l4fJ0 


156 


531 


669 


15 


No, rentals $80 and over 


2,21l4 


666 


335 


356 


22'; 


2I42 


61. 


52 


63 


78 


32 


3I4 


67 


16 

T7 


MadlAn gross rent 


66 


82 


79 


69 


69 


63 


63 


62 


63 


55 


58 


55 


60 



17 



No, ropoi'tlng no auto 
available 



6,093 



606 



I4U6 589 



I4UI 



922 



550 



107 



I436 



I4I.? 



I42? 3^8 559 



ERRATA SHEST 
EAST BOSTON^- 



Table I Area B k 

Total 

1. Populafcion I960 i!-3sS09 2,I|.38 

3. Percentage of Change -llj-.l!- -2[|..6 

k. Male Population ^1$$kS 1,256 



Table II 

1. Persons under 5 yrs. old i|.j60k I98 

2. Persons 5 - l^j- jrs old 7,608 382 

3. Persons 65 and over l4.,388 282 
];. Persons 21 yrs c and over 27,778 1,639 



•»Pinal Gensu.3 Reports 883 more people in tract B h^ than did 
ths prel?-minary i-^eports. 



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■ i 








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TADIf. 1 CIIAIWCTtaiSTICy 


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_• 


-CITIf 


or Tiin I'oi'uufiON 


TOTAL 


Z-IA 


Z-IB 


Z-IC 


Z-2 


TOTAL 


1. Population 1960 


31,123 


6,227 


6,057 


9,03'/- 


11,802 


69l,19l' 


2, Population 1950 


211,928 


5,768 


6il,19 


7,082 


9,659 


Soi.lM 


3. PercnntaKB of CliRni;e 


111.? 


8.0 


-5.6 


27.6 


22.1 


-13.0 


li. Mnlfi I'opulAtlon IVf-O 


16,136 


2,975 


2,953 


l,,l,90 


5,718 


131,, 707 


5. Non-Hhlte Population 


112 


18 


20 


23 


51 


68,1, 93 


6. Total KorelRn iitock 


111, 675 


2,11113 


3,007 


3,'; 31. 


5,251 


317,061, 


7. No. of Married couples 


7,255 


l,l.2li 


1,355 


1,870 


2,606 


131.1,53 
128,1.56 


6, Couploa with ovm household 


7,033 


1,392 


1,302 


1,012 


2,527 


9. Couplus with own children 














under \V yonrs of et;e 


l,bll7 


809 


719 


1,332 


1,627 


70,361 


10. Population in t'roup (lusrtera 


231 




106 


77 


1,8 


1,0,31,3 


11. Population 5 yrs. and over 


29,}83 


5,5uti 


5,1,90 


7,802 


10,303 


631,796 


12. Iten. n, sftjiie res. 1955 


17,055 


3,397 


3,26U 


1,,1,6!, 


5,930 


321,787 


13. 195"^ res. outside yiKA 


1.1l<9 


I6I1 


288 


21,3 


651, 


1.9,823 


Ui. ?5 yra, or over-flodlan 














3c"hool yeni's coinfiletod 


11.9 


12.0 


11.2 


12.1 


12.1 


11.2 


15. Total no. families 


8,25o 


1.631 


1,550 


2,009 


2,980 


161,, 215 


16. Ho. inconos luuler $3000 


813 


128 


193 


159 


333 


27,359 


17. $3 - 5999 


2,711, 


51,3 


508 


71,7 


916 


60,893 


Iti. :E6 - 9'i»9 


3.561 ■ 


731, 


588 


911 


1,130 


53,61,9 


IV. $10,000 and over 


1,100 


226 


261 


272 


1,01 


22. 3U. 


20. Medina family income 


♦6,l,yft 


$6,626 


$6,351 


$6,1,01 


$6,581, 


$5.71.7 


TAIMi )1 Ai;r ANn IJCO- 


AIIEA 










CITY 


NOMic c)lAiaL:Ti;iil;iTlc;i 


TOTAL 


2-lA 


Z-IB 


Z-IC 


Z-2 


TOTAL 


1. Parsons under 5 yrs. old 


3,91,0 


639 


567 


1,235 


1,1,99 


66.019 


2. Persons 5 - llj yrs. old 


6,538 


1,087 


1,053 


2,113 


2,285 


105.550 


3. Persons 65 and ovur 

t*. Poraon.s 21 yrs. and ov«r 


3,120 


691 


731, 


VOU 


991 


85,585 
1,61,935 

53U,631 


19,896 


3,983 


3; 913 


5,002 


6,yy6 


5. Pei'suna lli yrs. and over 

6. No. of Item 5 in Civilian 


23,119 


a, 591 


1.,516 


5,809 


8,203 


I.abor foreo 


I3.OU7 


2,598 


2,638 


3,20U 


14,61,7 


303,567 


7. No, of Iteiri 6 oinployed 

8. Froleaslonnl, rocrmlcal. 


12,593 


2,521 


2,553 


3,079 


1,,U,0 


280,216 


Hanni;or3, Officials, and 














Pro|,rietors 


2,001 


375 


399 


S52 


677 


1,9.000 


9. Cloriciil and Ualas 


3,505 


731. 


661 


811 


1,299 


77.391 


10. r.ruiunen, foreiuen 


2,119 


U,9 


1.56 


505 


709 


32,398 


14. Opor.itlves 


2,256 


U,6 


1,38 


575 


797 


52.175 


12. Private household, service. 












labiirers 
13. Kan led women in labor force, 


1,952 


1,21 


1,05 


512 


611, 


50,007 


Husba/id iiresent 


2,102 


li73 


1,16 


1,61 


752 


1,1,175 

99.825 

115,251 

36.577 


llj. Auloiiobile to work 

15. Hailroiid, subway, uu^ to work 

16. '''alk to work 


6.61,5 


l,3f)3 


1,113 


1,827 


2,382 


l,,o62 
7P7 


9lt^" 
102 


862 

293 


BS6 
178 


1,1,00 
2U, 


TABLK )II oHMlACTPRI.'iTlCJ 


AULA 










ciTy 

TOTAL 


OP H.hlXIHO UNITU 


TOTAL 


Z-U 


Z-IB 


Z-IC 


Z-2 


1. T..tal HoMstnt Units 

2. Total i<;ru..leu Units 


9.292 


l,8Ui 


1.786 


2.297 


3,365 


238,51,7 

221,, 325 

61.165 


9,050 


1,809 


1,71,3 


2,21,2 


3,256 


3. Owner Occupied Units 
I4. Nunii.i^r of units In 1 


5,36U 


1.298 


906 


1,332 


1.828 


uriit alructvircs 
5- Mo. uni I a in 5 or more 


l,,l,52 


1,085 


617 


1,162 


1,508 


39.158 


unit structures 

6. Id.. ileterloratlnK 

7. No, iillapldated 

8. Unit bulU lV5o-March 1960 

9. Median persons per occupied 


393 

528 

81 

1,1.52 


25 

36 

3 

1,005 


75 

11,3 

5 

617 


21 

130 

10 

1.162 


272 

217 

61 

1,588 


ei.lu6 
10.166 

y, 106 
12, '15 












unit 
10. Units wltri 1.01 iieraons par 




3.2 


3.1 


3.8 


3.1, 


2.1, 


room ur more 

11. Modjon no. roun.s 

12. Units reporting rent 

13. No. rentals undwr $l,t^,00 
111. No. rentals H,u - 79 

15. Ko. rentals Wo and over 

16. fsdlan , loss 1 ui.t 

17. Ni. raporllni; no auto available 


826 

3,606 

llu 

1,3H1 

1,8','0 

on 

2,031 


115 
5.5 
5U 

103 

I.OI, 

97 

356 


ue 
5.3 

837 
20 

393 

1.20 
HCj 

515 


321 
5.3 

yio 
li 

121, 
560 

"9 
1,1,1 


270 

S.li 

1,1.28 

06 
1,78 
50<. 

85 
719 


17,929 

I..6 

16),jv<. 

71., 068 

75,1.78 

76 

107,1)6 



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TABLE I CHAimCTEIlISTICS 


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cirr 


or niE Pl)l>UI>Tl()M 


TOTAL 


V-3 


»J,A 


V-bB 


»-5 


t-6 


W-IA 


v-i 


TOTAL 


1. Populsllon I960 i 


36,b76 


3,139 


2,152 


3,b8b 


7,926 


6,bSb 


' 9,031 


l.,290 


697,197 


i. Population 1950 


38,103 


3,799 


2,091 


3,825 


8,90b 
-11,0 


7,366 


6,855 


5,b63 


801, bbb 


3. Percxnliige of Change 
b. HAla Population 1960 


-b.7 


-17.b 


2.9 


-8.9 


-12.b 


31.7 


-21.5 


-13.0 


17,018 


l,b91 


1,057 


1,602 


3,668 


3,067 


I.,0b9 


2,06b 


33b,707 


$. Non-whit» Population 


305 


53 


6 


31. 


62 


106 


29 


15 


68,b93 


6. ToUl Foreign Stock 


17,910 


1,561 


1,079 


1,877 


3,920 


3,223 


3,855 


2,395 


317,06b 


7, Ho. of Married couples 


7,067 


639 


b07 


718 


l,b79 


1,367 


l,5b7 


910 


131,1.53 


6» Coupler with own household 


6,900 


630 


b07 


697 


l,b5b 


1,311 


l,b9b 


907 


12e,b56 


9, Coupleo with own cKlldrsfl 




















undor 18 yearn of age 


3,91b 


351 


217 


1.30 


eu 


738 


61b 


553 


70,361 


10, Population In group quart^m 


l,7b2. 




167 


28 


635 


237 


658 


17 


1.0,31.3 


11. Population 5 yrs. and OT«r 


31, Pill 


2,717 


1,983 


3,U0 


7,236 


5,787 


7,199 


3,809 


631,796 


12. Item 11, sane reti. 195S 


17,138 


1,358 


909 


1,736 


3,691 


2,918 


I..167 


2,079 


321,787 


13. 19S5 res. outalda SKSA 


1,211 


90 


126 


98 


26b 


11.1 


388 


10b 


b9,e23 


lit. 2? )rrs. or ovar-Hsdlan 




















school years conplotad 


U.3 


9.8 


12,1 


11.5 . 


11.9 


lO.b 


12.3 


10.6 


U.2 


IS. ToUl no. families 


8.8bb 


831 


566 


911 


l,9b9 


1,60b 


1,906 


1,077 


16b,21S 


16. Ho. incomes under $3000 


960 


137 


35 


97 


256 


187 


133 


115 


27,359 


17. »3 - 5999 


3,lliB 


376 


219 


333 


70b 


601 


b96 


bl9 


60,893 


18. $6 - 9999 


3,060 


21.3 


202 


320 


676 


517 


675 


bl9 


53,6b9 


19. $10,000 and over • 


1,676 


75 


110 


«6.30^ 


313 


299 


602 


12b 


22,311. 


20. Hadlsn family Inooaa 


»6,205 


•5,261 


»6,b68 


$6,067 


•6,070 


•7,717 


•6,026 


15,71.7 


UBLt 11 AGE AHD BCO- 


AR£A 
















CITY 


HOMIC CMAIWCT RI3TIC3 


TOTAL 


»-3 


v-Ua 


»-bB 


V-5 


V-6 


W-IA 


W.2 


TOTAL 


1. Persona vmder 5 yrs. old 


3,691 


b22 


166 


37b 


690 


667 


869 


b6l 


66,019 


2. Persons 5 - iJi yrs. old 


5.717 
i«,707 


519 


272 


517 


1,05b 


l,0b9 


1,559 


7b7 


105.550 


J, Persons 65 and over 

b. Pemiine 21 yrs. and over 


266 


202 


I1I2 


l,bi7 


823 


l,lbO 


367 


85,505 


23,837 


1,898 


l,b33 


2,291 


5.525 


li,217 


5,797 


2,676 


1.61,935 


5. Perionn llj yrs, and over 


26,636 


2,23li 


1,739 


2,636 


6,291 


. I..e20 


5,987 


3,121 


53b, 833 


6. Ho. of Item 5 In Civilian 




















Ijii/^r force 
7. Ho., of Item 6 employed 


15,59h 
11,952 


1,365 
1,321 


989 
957 


\:^^l 


I'Ml 


2,8bb 
2,700 


& 


\^l 


um 


8. Professional, Tachnleal, 




















Mannlere, Official*, and 
Proprlolors 
9, Clsr cnl and Sales 


2,095 


119 


230 


21b 


672 


337 


l,lb3 


180 


b9,080 


lt,056 


32? 


311. 


b65 


9bl 


601 


963 


b50 


77,391 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


1,696 


173 


112 


156 


32b 


389 


297 


2b5 


32,398 


11. Operatives 


2,612 


398 


98 


357 


1.67 


596 


260 


b3b 


52.175 


12, Private Household, terrlo*, 
laborers 


2,263 


229 


128 


271. 


bS6 


U31 


b3B 


305 


50.087 


13. Married women in labor foroe. 


1 


















Husband present 


2.232 


236 


109 


22b 


1.78 


1.27 


b55 


303 


bl.l75 


lb. AuloBoblle to work 5,677 

15, Railroad, subway, bus to work 6,057 

16. UsU to work 1.351 


b95 
562 

201 


s 

00 


562 

739 

95 


1,210 

1,338 

251 


939 

1,069 

311 


l,b9b 

1,151 

233 


636 
783 
180 


99.825 

U5.251 

36,577 


TABIX III r.llAnACTERISTICa 


AltEA 
















cin 


a mr.uiho units 


TOTAL 


T-3 


»-u 


V^iB 


»-5 


V-6 


H-U 


W-2 


TOTAL 


1. Total llou Ing UnlU 


10,969 


989 


685 


1,067 


2,bl8 


1,952 


2,Sb6 


1.112 


236, 5b7 


2, Total Ocrupled Units 


10,576 


929 


672 


l.Obb 


2,319 


1,863 


2,btl(' 


1,261 


22b. 325 


3. Ownnr Occupied Unit* 


3,605 


218 


171 


338 


759 


518 


1,277 


32b 


61,165 


b. Niintier of Unite in 1 




















unit stniotures 


1,803 


5b 


33 


171 


505 


128 


836 


76 


39,158 


5. No. units in 5 or nara 




















unit stnictuies 


l,b73 


96 


196 


87 


1.75 


Ibb 


276 


199 


81,106 


, 6. No. deUirloratlng 


1,895 


381 


58 


181 


131 


553 


168 


b23 


bo, 366 


7, No, dllapldatod 


650 


130 


3 




81 


203 


b 


237 


9.306 


8. Units ti.illt 195o-M*roh I960 


b?2 




20 


— . — 


18 


16 


357 


11 


12.815 


9. Medlar, pArsons per occupied 




















Unit 




3.0 


2.5 


2,9 


2.7 


3.0 


3.0 


3.1 


2.k 


10, Units with 1.01 persona fxr 




















rooM or mors 


6(0 


107 


36 


68 


163 


175 


159 


132 


17.929 


11, Median no. roons 




5.0 


5.2 


5.2 


5.0 


5.7 


b.9 


b.6 


12. Unit* reporting rant 


6,759 


711 


501 


706 


1,560 


l,3b5 


1,000 


936 


161,396 


1). No. rental* un>l«r tbO.OO 


06 


27 


b 


9 


23 




11 


12 


11,859 


lb. Mo. rental* $t(0 - 79 


J.*65 


boo 


121. 


252 


572 


""659 


297 


bb7 


7b. 068 


15. No. rental* $flO and over ' 


281 


37) 


ItbS 


9b6 


662 


670 


b6A 


75.bje 


W. Median gross rent 


85 


75 


9) 


86 


89 


(« 


69 


80 


17. Ho. reporting, no auto avsllabl* J,601 


396 


193 


1.23 


911 


6b2 


b99 


517 


ii'7,lJ6 



./ 



/ V fo 





EHHATA SII-'.F,T 




JAil'aCA PUIN 


Table I ■» 


Area 
Total 


1. Population I960 

3. Percentage of Cha nge 

U. Male Population 

5. Non-Jj.'hite Population 

13. 1955 res. outcide SliSA 


35,373 
-7.7 

16,U61 

282 

1,185 



W 1 A 



7,927 

15.6 

3,U92 

12 

362 



Table II 

1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 3,5U5 7U3 

2. Persons 5 - H; yrs. old 5,523 1,365 

3. persons 65 and over 1;,702 1,035 
U. Persons 21 and o\'-er 23,175 5,135 



* The Census Bureau originally mistakenly countfed l,10li people in tract W 1 A 
(Jamaica Plain), They are now correctly enumerated in tract W 3 A(Roslindale), 



u 



j .J 

I o 

^« 

if) 

o 








RO^LINIIALK 


SEE 


ERRATA 


SHEET 




TABLE I CH/.nACTERISTICS 


A!tEA 














OF THE POPUUTION 


TOTAL 


V;-1H 


W-3A 


U.3B 


w-M 


W-I4B 


w-5 


1. Population I960 


ljO,363 


9.552 


10,185 


1,301 


2.U32 


7,7te 


9,051 


2. Population 1950 


39,781 


9,157 


9,812 


1,1.69 


2,1.25 


7,606 


9,312 


3. Percontogo of Chance 


1.5 


U.} 


3.6 


-6.0 


.2 


2.1 


-2.8 


li. Mala Population I960 


18,90l4 


U,W7 


l.,612 


660 


l.lbu 


3,739 


li,266 


5. Non-vhlte Population 


386 


26 


338 


6 


— — - 


2 


li. 


6. Total Foreign Stock 


18,900 


l4,770 


3,635 


723 


1,287 


3,9M 


l.,338 


7, No. of Married couples 


a.tbh 


2,110 


1.522 


339 


569 


1,766 


1,978 


8, Couples with own household 


8,119 


2,071 


1,510 


335 


562 


1,718 


1.923 


9» Couples with own children 
















under l8 years of age 


U,572 


1,086 


925 


155 


290 


979 


1,137 


10, Population in group quarters 


3.881 


19 


3.806 







56 





11. Population 5 yrs. and over 


36,580 


8.723 


9,339 


1,21.6 


2,189 


6,963 


8,120 


12. Item 11, same res. 1955 


21,701 


5.69. 


1..900 


699 


1,288 


i.,28U 


l.,832 


13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 


921 


235 


21.0 


1.5 


39 


126 


236 


11. 25 yrs. or over-Median 
















school years completed 


11.5 


12.3 


10.3 


11.0 


U.3 


12.1 


12.1 


IS. Total no. families 


9,818 


2,511 


1,900 


3B8 


663 


2.030 


2,326 


16. No. Incomes under $3000 


805 


157 


216 


23 


79 


li.7 


183 


17. $3 - 5999 


3,150 


573 


697 


179 


229 


726 


7U6 


18. S6 - 9V99 


3.958 


1.072 ■ 


701 


156 


2Ul 


835 


950 


19. $10,000 and over 


1,905 


709 


286 


30 


111 


322 


14.7 


20. Median family incoos 


■ $6,73U 


»7,587 


*6,11.3 


$5,890 


»6,306 


»6,575 


$6,731 


TABUC U AGE AND BCO- 


AREA 














NOHIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


W-IB 


W-3A 


W-3B 


W-U 


W.4B 


w-5 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,782 


829 


81.6 


131. 


2U3 


799 


931 


2, Persons 5 - Hi yro. old 


6,121 


1,1468 


1,190 


180 


368 


1,365 


1,530 


3. Persons 65 and over 


5,36l4 


1,289 


1,667 


188 


265 


812 


1,1U3 


U, Persona 21 yrs. and ovor 


27,367 


6,1430 


7.5U7 


9U1. 


1,605 


U,975 


5.866 


5. Peroons lit yrs. and ovor 


31,720 


7,361. 


8,975 


1.085 


1,850 


5,722 


6,721. 


6. Mo. of item 5 in Civilian 
















Labor force 


16,596 


14,225 


3.U.9 • 


610 


1,079 


3,358 


3.875 


7. Ho. of Item 6 employed 


16,092 


l.,11.3 


3.291 


602 


1,01.8 


3.260 


3,71.8 


8. Profe:.sional, Technical, 
















Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors 


3,170 


i.iyo 


50I4 


79 


117 


SW 


71.6 


9. Clerical and Sales 


U,9I.U 


1,396 


857 


199 


295 


m. 


1.256 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


2,270 


516 


I4OI 


IOI4 


189 


521 


539 


11. Operatives 


2.267 


380 


508 


85 


212 


5$6 


526 


12. Private Household, servlca. 
















laborers 


2,w,e 


531. 


536 


IQU 


175 


5U« 


555 


13. Marriod women in labor force. 
















Husband present 


2,307 


617 


392 


109 


160 


557 


1.72 


lii. Automobile to work 


7,1488 


2,130 


1,262 


298 


I46O 


1.578 


1,760 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


6,1.57 


1,677 


1,278 


211. 


ia9 


I.28I4 


1,505 


16. Walk to work 


775 


127 


162 


36 


77 


160 


213 


TABLE III CHARACTFJU3TICS 


AREA 














OF n/GLLINO UNITS 


TOTAL 


W-lB 


W-3A 


■/»-3B 


W-Iwi 


W-I4B 


w-S 


1. Total Housing Units 


10,831 


2,«76 


1,862 


U.0 


729 


2,251. 


^670 


2. Total Occupied Units 


10,662 


2,01.8 


1,823 


1428 


71d 


2,222 


2,623 


3. ftmer Occupied Units 


5,929 


1.877 


56C 


226 


U.9 


1,201. 


1,527 


li. Number of units in 1 
















unit structuros 


l.,138 


1,31.0 


1429 


li.7 


VOx 


9J.6 


932 


9. Ho. units in 5 or mors 
















Unit structures 


801. 


78 


569 


20 


36 


53 


1.8 


6. No. cJetorloratlng 


682 


9U 


129 


23 


61 


260 


95 


7. Ho. dilapidated 


65 


10 


37 


2 


1 


9 


6 


6. Units built 1950-March I960 


992 


277 


1.13 


28 


61, 


w> 


6I4 


9. Median persons par occupl^ 
















unit 




2.6 


3.2 


2.8 


3.3 


3.1 


3.1 


Vu. Units with l.ul persona per 
















room or more 


65U 


109 


2li3 


2U 


t.U 


138 


136 


11. Median no. rooms 




5.9 


5.1 


5.2 


5.3 


S.S 


5.7 


12. Units reporting ront 


i*,yu. 


971 


1,1.68 


202 


269 


936 


1,096 


13. No, rentals under $J40.00 


1.8 


16 


12 


B 




It 


8 


Vi. Ilo. rentals $U0 - 79 


1,275 


171 


1.73 


68 


79 


252 


232 


15. No. rentals $tk) and over 


3.553 


76I4 


967 


1'2 


178 


678 


8U4 


16. Median ,»rons runt 


92 


97 


89 




92 


91 


95 


17. Ho. roportlni; no auto avnllabla 


2.hl5 


619 


726 


139 


II46 


U79 


7»6 



^/. 



ERRATA SHEET 
ROSLINDALE 

Table I * Area Total W 3 A 

I. Population 1960 41,467 11,289 
3. Percentage of Change 4.2 15.0 
5. Non -White 403 355 

II. Population 5 yrs. and over 37,523 10,282 
13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 954 207 

Table II 

1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 3,928 992 

2. Persons 5-14 yrs. old 6,315 1,384 

3. Persons 65 and over 5,469 1,172 

4. Persons 21 and over 28,029 8,209 



* The Census Bureau originally mistakenly counted 1,104 people in tract W 1 A (|amaica 
Plain). They are now correctly ennumerated in tract W 3 A (Roslindale) . 



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V 






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(? 






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;^ 




'^>- 



' Q 






m 






% 






■<< 



^■■^ 



»*,». 



'% 






-'af:i^t. 









-'^V'l 



^}£ <^ ,r^ ,., ^•-^- 







■^ 
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1^; 'i* 














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•A' 



T»8U T CIKU«i:Tm!STIC3 
or TliS IVTOUTK** 



RQIIIUin 



SEE ERRATA SHEET 



kM'A 

TOTAL Q-1 a-i Q.) Q-j, U-X k>2 



P.l 



«-J 



»-a t-i t^ M 



i, Povil«l"»«n l'»60 

). r«r<-«i>lii,:« of Chang* 

I. N.l* fi>|uUtlon IV60 

5, N.Mi-whtta Poiiilitlon 
6> Tolkl ror[>li;n SlocIC 

7. No, of MiprloJ Cou)iloi 

6. Ceupl«« with own housahold 

9. Coupl*i with own eSlldran 
' un<)«r l'^ y**r« of •(;• 

10. rov'ulAtlon In groui^ qutrlar* 

II. Poivilnllon t yrn. ir«t o»*f 

17. Itc-. 11, t\no r««. l?:;? 
I). !'">< r«». outside SMSA 
Ui. ;'i yrj. or oT«r-M«dlinl 

a.-hool 7o.>ri tonplotsd 

15. ToUl nu. fMllUo 

16. No. ln<->«^«( undor $)0Q0 
IT. $1 - ?-'»9 

18. »6 - W>9 

1». »10, (X) ind ov»r 
20. Modlan full/ Ineoiw 



BU.ViU W »,690 

U?,9V1. 1,%1 l,,0li6 

.?li.8 J,?.0 -IJi.S 

JO.J'*! Ii51 1,?1.9 

J7.'j)0 ?1 tll4 

J(l,571 liS!)' un 

IJj.linT .?10 Uil 



5,6U7 
-22.il 
2,002 
l.liYli 

6ia, 



2,501 
),70t) 
-)2.6 

1.11.1 

)■>! 

1,067 

liOO 



3.936 
7,905 
-50.2 
1,6W 
J.76& 
577 
529 



Ui.OSS 210 l.)6 fill, 391 52fl 



7.61,1, 119 

^,^T^ - 

7li,''Ji, fli'; 

J). 5^0 112 

S.(»?6 U^. 



9.8 

19,975 

5.L72 

7,7U8 

5.lii9 



a. 6 
2U. 

S6 
111 

Ii7 



2n2 

12 

2, Mil 

l.oyi, 
^ 97 

8.8 
61,1 
201 
21.5 

102 
13 



W>4 

72 

3.n?5 

l,6J,l4 

216 

9.9 
l,0u6 
361 
361 
171. 
110 



1,606 

tJ,,631 lli.OT) »3,I,S9 13,793 «5,299 ti.liu 



239 

I9lj 

2.239 

1,057 

88 

y.o 

521 

Oo 
23ft- 
171 

32 



270 

16 

3,l<69 

1,7V1. 

2O0 

8.7 
920 

l.^li 



1.969 

U,5U3 

-57.0 

95U 

l.oOl 

537 

279 

260 

13? 

.-■111. 

1,767 

830 

m 
■ 8,9 

1.21 
158 
167 

7.1 
;6 



2,5(11. 

3,968 

-31.. 9 

1.179 

2,l6l 

302 

31.6 

33) 

15) 

13 

2,238 

1,1)6 

185 

8.8 
578 
321. 
187 
59 
8 



1,61.0 

5.?;i. 

-32.0 

1,631 

7U 

1,1.99 

510 

507 

329 

71 

3.206 

1,7110 

102 

10.2 
852 
27U 
386 
li.5 
1.7 



3.61.5 
5,216 
-30.1 
1.691 
1,121. 
1,1.52 
635 
626 

267 
It) 

J. 191. 

1.637 
170 

9.1. 
82: 
212 
323 
218 
68 



3,877 

it,266 
-9.1 

1,607 
31.7 

1,771 
577 
558 

326 

786 

3,5)0 

1,623 

312 



5,609 3.587 

6,591 l.,372 

.U..9 -18.0 

2.260 1,671. 

2U2 77 

2,036 t.l06 

968 6)2 

9U6 611 

U.0 359 

801. tl 

5.21.0 J.2S1 

2.285 1,739 

61.7 128 



11.1. 12.1 

800 1,259 

112 168 

3t) 1.61 

256 U61 

89 169 



9.9 
78J 
89 
311 
261 
lit 



.V;<> v.OOO »l.,e95 J5,509 t6,003«$,93) 



TUILF. II »CE Utn CCO- 
MOMIi- CHAKArimiSTICS 



AIIFJt 
TOTAL 



Q.l Q.2 4.3 Q.J, 



R-l 



11-2 



n-3 



S~l 



S-5 8-6 



1. 
2. 
). 

L. 
5. 
6. 



«. 



10, 

u. 

12. 
1). 

a. 
15, 

16. 



F«r9-)n9 iiiidor $ yra. old 
ParO'iiK S - II. yrn. old 
I'tre-ioa 6S' «f\d ovsr 
Poro-nj ?1 yrs. *nd ovor 
l'or!iona 11. >rs. and ovor 
So. of Kan ; In ClvlUtn 
l^b-.r forco 

hu. af \lnit 6 enoloyad 
Pr.i'» nl'inil, Tochnle*!, 
tUi.nora, Offlcl^a, wtd 

Cl«ri>-al and Saloo 

rraflBr.an, fora^von 

'i; a«llv«a 

('rlv*t« llb'iaaltold, «*nrloi, 

la' -.rora 

f>.-n" 1 wiinan 'n labor fore*, 

Huj^aitd pra^ant 
Autx^obll* to work 
K<>llr.'*'l, •i.tv*/, b«u M HOrtl 
Walk to vork 



9,jy. 
IS, iOU 
10, OT/ 

52,!.5o 
60,i^« 

3i,)l8 



3,71,0 
5,ni,7 
2,vl,9 
7,659 

7,1.2U 

5,6tS 

9,b)3 

U.,1.71 

),97li 



'/O 

1— 
iio 
56> 

60I, 

371 
338 



28 

37 

35 

U.6 

53 

68 
lOli 

83 
100 



3^2 

'.71 

2£;7 

1,509 

1,777 

9)7 
835 



590 
1,014 

UlS 
2.1.35 
2,tt93 

1,1.60 



263 

1,38 

3I.B 

1,601 

1.8U6 



30 71. 

11.6 272 

71 lU 

2)8 369 



219 

102 
181 
301. 
218 



1.67 

671 

631. 

2.527 

2,859 



218 
31,6 
62) 
150 



907 1,1.77 
936 1.339 



52 

171, 

no 

261. 



1L2 
2U8 
115 

11) 



58 

88 

lot, 

321 



202 

326 

30a 

1,307 

I.U70 

UIO 
695 



U. 

51 

81 

185 



207 
256 
625 
167 



31.7 

565 

2S2 
I.U71 
1,716 

632 
768 



251 165 399 189 



lOU 

126 

28I, 

99 



1.31. 

771 

502 

2,OL8 

2,S0J 

1.203 
1,120 



1.6 150 

77 273 

52 91 

205 •16S 



239 

136 
172 
3)3 
Uli 



106 
277 
1.91 
22b 



Uli 

613 

1.70 

2.251 

2,625 



31.8 

1.99 

666 

2,612 

3,072 



85 
230 
196 
b38 



362 336 

621. S«6 

65) 16) 

3,797 2,357 

l,,co6 J, 718 



1,572 1,660 2,677 1.592 
1,1.5» 1,607 8.582 1.518 



299 

1)1 

61.1 
180 



361. 61,7 210 

139 703 IIO 

12 J 176 166 

230 273 229 



301 350 339 U91. 373 



171 
U91. 
I.9U 
339 



1.05 
675 
930 

6a 



2lo 
L29 
572 
3U 



TABL/. Ill ClIARACTUIIiTICS 
OF r'-'EI.I IWj UNITS 



Ailt^ 
TOTAL Q-l 



«-2 Q-3 QJ« «-l «-» I-) »-a 8-j »J« a-S a-6 



1. 
I. 
3. 

ii. 



t. 
1, 
8. 
». 

I'J. 

a. 

12. 
11. 

11.. 

15. 
16, 
»7. 



ToUl H;iMlr.t Unit* 

Ttul (/cckiplol UnlH 

'J<iiar Or'- i;.la-i 'Jnlta 

Nj/.bar of u/.ita in 1 

u/iit •tru':t.u-al 

No, uii'.la I., 5 or aor* 

frit «tr.' luraa 

Ki>. '!'>'.,-rl6r..ilng 

hr. 41 It; I'.a-.c I 

Cnlia twlU I'/ia-^Uech 1960 

K.>Ilaii f.ori .fit (Ml occuplad 

>.r.il 

UnMa will. J. 01 pa *cn( par 

ro ■« f.r A'.ra 

.,; rant 



Jclla r»^,. 
h'l, r«.-t...« 
*o, railaia 

K.»di»„ rr ■ I 
Hn. rr <,t i; 



27,1,00 
26,071, 

3,518 

9,71J 

i.Kli 

3, '20 

91,5 



2,8^7 



)i)7 

32) 

68 

20 

33 

201 
21 



1,')11 1,350 

06r 1,263 

65 216 



U. 

I.Q2 
305 
165 



2.3 2.5 



31 



.' :«r t.'j.Ui 

'. - 7> 
< > ant b«ar 
/..nt 

ro a..i'> »»allst, 



2.8 



116 209 
1..3 I1.6 



21, '73 


255 


Oul, 


1,(1,7 


l,iv4 


1) 


M 


162„ 


12,.)il, 


229 


6,!S 


tt.CiU 


1) 


111 


220 


7. 


51 


5) 


61 


a. .'//7 


r'.v 


659 


077 



795 1,91.7 
691. I, 



161 



9'J 



6i, 



58) 
ISO 



ISO ** U.0 



028 90 

5fO 111? 

123 75 

16 



2.9 



6)U 

31,6 
25 

1.9 



J!/) 1,2U 



796 
592 
110 


997 

880 

61 


1,21.1 

1,191. 

7b 


96 


321 


69 


81 
281, 


3)0 
3li. 


1,019 
2b7 



76 156 

l..f I..1 

533 l,li33 

25 152 

36ii 1,J77 

lliU lub 



57 



251. 



2.2 

80 
b.6 

102 

.?! 
30 



378 
175 



89 
b 



1,253 
1,119 

2b3 

127 

79 
568 
210 



2.) 2.) 2.6 



1,065 
9V7 
15U 

39 

267 
b7) 

71. 

23 

2.$ 



123 


173 


121 


97 


I1.5 


b.o 


b.6 


b.K 


819 


1,120 


876 


81,1 


7b 


217 


)6 


16 


6ii« 


795 


652 


bb8 


13* 


lull 


171 


«y 


^ 52 


6b 


82 


70) - 


tin 


Ml 


b«J 



1.753 1.280 

1.66) 1,108 

273 258 

U, $0 



633 

120 

19 

1 



no 

tt.7 

,390 

b 



Ovl 
86 



196 

21.6 
210 



2.b 2.6 



lov 

S.o 

e;o 

9 

bl>7 l,L« 



>V5 
78 



TM STf 



7^ 









noi* 


UUl 








• 


r. ■ 










1 


liuad> 












cm 


T>HI£ I ci'ntliiimd (■ 


U-1 


U-2 


U-3 


U-ii 


U-5 


U-AA 


U-6D 


f-1 


t-J 


TOTAL 


, 1, PniuUllnn 1''60 
i. I'l.fiilntlon 19S0 
), rorci-i>tJt',o of Ch«nr« 
i, Mnlt l'orul«t1oii 1960 
S. Nf>M-whtl« Po)>ulHiton 


$.115 


I..715 


j,u?y 


l»,y76 


7,175 


1,925 


5,790 


3.871 


6,155 


697,197 
801, LU,/ • 

-15.*^ 
3 31., 707 


6,?'.6 
-1H.2 
2,176 


5,U2 

-:?.i 

\,9M 


-)<i.8 
1,679 


6,977 
-20.9 
1,28) 


8,6/.l 
-17.2 
3,309 


5,606 
-12.2 
2,289 


6,826 
-15.1 
2,670 


l.,60l 
•18.1. 
1,775 


5,519 
2,780 


),2^6 


3,)1S 


1,767 


2,857 


6.360 


ll,Ot,l 


3,0f» 


6flS 


0)9 


6«,l,93 


6« Totfil Kor«li;n Stotk 


X.f^) 


fj/) 


(180 


1,761 


1,5)6 


1,197 


2,375 


1,680 


»,22» 


317,061, ' 


7. No. of llitrrivd Cou|it«i 


eiiii 


7oO 


5';i, 


0U2 


l,)'ll 


8f.(l 


1,396 


751i 


• 950 


X31,1.53 


C, Coui'lo with ow<i bouaoheld 


019 


679 


5)2 


81) 


l,)U 


619 


1,^9 


7)5 


9)5 


128. 1.56 


J, Cot\y\ta trtth Kwn eliltilrwl 
■ unloi- IB >»nr» of •!;• 

10, Poj)uli>l.loB In Krouii q«*"i»r» 

11. P'>iiul4llan $ yrs. Mid ovar 


li67 ■ 


Iftl 


257 


511 


669 


381 


629 


378 


669 ■ 


70.)6X 


196 
l.,liSl 


77 
3,61,1, 


UI. 
2,985 


2)6 
li,3)) 


130 

6.707 


296 
l,))l. 


11. 
5.275 


269 
3,1.30 


)5 
5,207 


LO.31.3 
631,796 
321.787 

«.9,82J|jl . K 


12, lt»ii 11, •'u^o ri)», 195$ 


J,0)A 


l.)67 


1,2<>3 


1,970 


2,1.25 


1,77) 


1.701 


1,1.70 


2,281 
20S 


1), 1«<:< r«i. o«««lil* Slt^ 
Ui. 2? yrv. or o»«r-v».ll4n > 

• iclinel jr»«r» toi«pl«t^ 
15. TotJil no. fMillle* 


326 


177 


77li 


I.M. 


. 63U 


1.57 


5U 


' ■ 239 


9.9 
1,111 


9.6 
981 


y.o 
771. 


10.1 

l.oyo 


10.8 
1,875 


10.1. 
1,11.8 


12.1 

1,"718 


"9^^ 


10.0 
1,1.71. 


11.2 

161., 215 

>7,*9 


\6. No. tnconaf vnA»T t)0UO 


298 


)03 


2)5 


2)7 


506 


21.2 


31.3 


i5^' 


51.5 


XT. ») - ^-V? • IJ* 
10. a - 9/79 


li)0 


353 


201. 


l.)8 


702 


1.57 


622 


5)2 


60, 89) 


y)6 


257 


203 


280 


561 


3UI. 


130 

») 

•5.510 


283. 


297 


S3,61.9' 


19, $10,000 »n<i o»»r t • 

20. H„<tl4if rMtlr UwaM 

•<1 


77 
•5.01.7 


68 
$1.,5I.2 


52 
«li.53) 


127 


106 
•l.,92; 


105 
•5.150 


56 
45,021 


• 100 
•3,807 


22,)1J, 
»5,7fc7 


T«m II rontlnuod 




i 
















CITY 


u-1 


U-2 


U-3 


U-1, 


U-5 


U-6it 


U-6B 


¥-1 


»-2 


TOTAL 


1. I'oiooiij Wvlsr S yT«. old 


M> 


57X 


1.1,1. 


59) 


nee 


591 


571 


369 


91.0 


66,019 


2. r«r»on? $ - 111 yra. old 


9)1. 


e?5 


678 


1,0(1) 


1,1)2 


nil 


7e? 


579 


1.6)6 


105,550 


), H«r.<on9 ^? itniX o*or 


?'.o 


)V0 


)16 


1.62 


697 


6)o 


71.7 


557 


567 


e5,5e5 


k, l>i»»"» 71 yrt nfwl ov«r 


J.OIW 


2,5"3 


2,o)n 


2,960 


l.,l.52 


3,1)7 


l.,122 


2,63) 


3,000 


1.61,9)5 


5. Por»"r>i> 111 yri. aixl ovur 


).S7y 


2,6ti6 


2,)5tl 


J.W') 


S,03U 


3,560 


1..511. 


2.91.9 


3,662 


5)1.. 8)3 


6. No. n{ it<.« 5 In (.iTlIlM 






















L«>>or force 


2,u?8 


X,7lil 


1,551. 


t,072 


3,156 


2,?2B 


2,762 


• 1,717 


1,788 


303,567 


7. No. ol iton 6 aaiiilojnd 


l.voo 


1,6)2 


i.?-;? 


»,901 


2,950 


2,092 


^658 


1,601. 


1,672 


21)8, ?W 


t, Prcfof.ilt.nnl, ToclmletLl, 






















>««..«, ,r». Official*. *nd 


















" , 


■ 


rri.|.rJotor» 


11) 


9) 


1)3 


160 


3oO 


257 


5)8 


162 


160 


i.y,c>rio 


9. ClTickl nn-l :)iil*i 


3)5 


182 


130 


30) 


522 


29) 


, 6)8 


„292 


31.1. 


77, m 

32,1*9 


10. Cr«ftiiv)n, fnrnmon 


160 


138 


161 


197 


21.2 


1)7 


\ 237 


"181, 


169 


11. Og.Mrtttvct 


506 


523 


36A 


516 


eu7 


633 


570 


l,l|l, 


383 


52.175 


12. Trlvftlo ItouA^hold, ■•nrto«f 






















Idtoreri 


1.36 


1.92 


270 


l.)0 


750 


597 


^90 


362 


323 


50,087 "^ 


X), Harriri yo.ii«ii- Ui labor fore*. 














f 




, : 


MuBb.iM(i prroAiit 


1.10 


317 


166 


372 


677 


hyo 


5*7 


, 269 


196 


11,175 


Ui< *ulon<iUn» to work 


577 


1.60 


351 


618 


1,022 


686 


1,00b 


)• , 525 


Ut.3 


1 99,825 


K, hAiirnhj, tuXttitj, bua VB work 


821 


N?e 


592 


B56 


1,382 


1,01.5 


l,2O0 


'651 


666 


115,251 


16. W.U lu vvik 


XJ.) 


106 


1)7 


loll 


WJ 


100 


82 


205 


,,3U 


36,577 






















CITY 


n»U III contlnumi 


U-1 


U-3 


U-3 


IM. 


U-5 


U-.6A 


■1-60 


»-l , 


»-2 


TOTAL 


1, Tolil il7,.i3in Untta 


-1,582 


1,177 


1,878 


1,IV5 


2,353 


1,1.67 


2,2u2 


l,3'^J 


x,ri.a 


218,51.7 


2. TuUI liccuf.Jnd Unit. 


1,1.58 


1,299 


l.(>65 


1,317 


2,216 


1,3V2 


2,10) 


1,272 


1,687 


221,, )75 


), (viior Ui<-ii|.l»o linUt 


381. 


"^ 280 


271. 


300 


1.07 


31.0 


779 


IN. 


2L0 


61,165 


I. M o-.i.«r n{ unlli. In X 






















unit ati artiir-ib ' 
J« No. unlit tn 5 t.r (i>or« 


22) 


298 


23) 


1.83 


252 


01. 


1.6 


1.80 


229 


39,158 






















Uflil •Inicti.ri.s 


371* 


2(19 


151 


ll.h 


S16 


370 


1,1.80 


3<» 


1,179 


61,106 


A. Mo. rl«l/ rt'THt In,* 


75) 


l.)6 


6M 


"f^ 


y>6 


270 


278 


11.6 


1.0,366 


• T. Ila. 41 Ui l-<i>*...1 


218 


lAI. 


112 


175 


158 


113 


18 


78 


8 


9,106 


*>. Urtii. b«lll w;.(-it*rch 1960 


_ 


3 


... 


10 


26 


8 




9 


61.3 


12, ('15 


9, ^14* •n t>««r«r*r.a j^r oocuplad 










-v 












Ufltl 


2.0 


2.6 


2.6 


3.0 


2.7 


•.« 


2.1. 


2.5 


3.2 


2.1. 


Xn. unlti Klui I, i (Mrtarw per 






















fo'i^ or morn 


165 


U.l 


129 


IflO 


197 


1>K 


>* 


103 


292 


17,929 


11. Hg'Mhi, i.o, r«''Mf.» 

12. Iiilij .oi.orlli.i; runt 

I). K,. rr/,t.jl« ,u) ..r {1/1.0(1 
U. No, r..'i*l. IW. -79 
X. No, r...t«l» ;'-4. uid o*n- 
16. Nu'tf'n rodi rtji.t 


I..9 


1. 8 


I..0 


«.<) 


. M 


S.o 


vi,!! 


I..6 


I..5 


1..6 


l,l'/l, 


1.019 


01.1 


», 1)1.7 


1,009 


i,0S2 


IWI'I* 


1,0)0 


X,lil>7 


X6),)96 


70 


52 


u. 


_... 


a 


1. 


^ 


1.5 


UO 


11,659 


SB5 


652 


619 


556 


751. 


,3I<1 


11.6 


531. 


1,01) 


71.,u68 


1.79 


311 


nil 


Ii7l< 


1,0)0 


Tol, 


l,lil2 


1.51 


252 


7'., 1,78 


78 


70 


66 


70 


0) 


06 


91 


77 


56 


78 


IT, No. f" ..rllf ,; »« cute avtiUbl* 765 


«3« 


691. 


725 


l.tliT 


W 


M) 


72b 


y06 


1<'7,»36 



^0 



p. 3 



Box^"rv' 
TABLE III 



Total Housfng Units 

Area Total 28,802 

Tract S-3 1,255 

Tract U-3 1,228 



X/ 



o 






^. '':■ ■ 






V 



^r^ 






.,fv.^ 



V -s. 



^ 



// 



^ 



iM" 



- V 



\'.' 







"*^-.. f^' 



!'l 



,<^ 



C 













^N 







•5 ^ 






.^2 

















r, I 




T»«ir I rii»RArTr.ii!r.TlC8 


ARFJk 


i 
















or TitK pomuTicm 

''I 


TOTAL 


lUl 


N-t 


ll-J 


M 


M-1 


•-2 


M 


M 


1. pppiiUtlon I960 


li';,766 


1,261 


1,9>B 


J. 727 
h.l71 


85* 


5.08) 


b.i95 


3,0)3 


k.67) 


t, IVrulnl l*n lO'.il 


57. nil. 


1,111 
4.0.8 


»,978 


1,1.57 

4i.o 


6,8^.5 


5,113 


J,)7b 


5,521 


1. r.in-pntni-d or Oh»n(;« 


-P0.8 


-37.9 


.9,6 


-75.9 


-17.9 


-8.7 


-15.} 


il. Mild l..|>..lnll«n 19(.0 


fj/ftl 


6)2 


1,'07 


1,681, 


b21 


»,5b5 


t,onb 


l,bbl 


1,726 


5, Noii-JtiUn rupiilatlon 


n7 


J 


h 


68 


»mm... 


1,27b 


11 


8 


1$ 


6. Tot«l r"r«(rn Sti'rk 


19,6l« 


1.87 


865 
351. 


787 


bb5 


1,996 


1,569 


t,259 


T, No. of H-\riliiJ eoupln* 

6. Cotipim v\x\\ own hont««)iolA 


»,?()0 


fib 


577 


lb9 


979 


888 


6b7 


933 


8,06) < 


226 


■ 31.5 


577 


lb9 


91) 


666 


625 


911 


9. Coiiplia with ovn ohllditn 




















unlor 1.1 yuArii of nf(» 


5,1?7 


m 


?0S 


506 


95 


590 


5» 


338 


539 


10. )'opiil*lloii In rroup quartar* 


?.<''.'5 . 


11 


3 


a. . 


b2 


8 


..^ — . 


» 


b 


11, rov"il«Hon S jrin. wvl OT«r 


1,0,697 


1.097 


i.nii. 


, ».9nii 


767 


b.t.1.5 


3,806 


I,7b6 


b,207 


12. U«rn XI, inn« r"». 195$ 


8),'>(7 


6ns 


1.079 


l.bi5 


b5a 


t.bl.1 


1.208 


1,62) 


.2,601 


1). 19'.'; rf.^. o>it«M» an-i* 


l.fwl 


25 


19 


175 


29 


127 


121 


95 


102 


lb. I? >T!i, or o»(<r-M«r1lr>n 




















• cliool y««r» ;onpl»l«(J 


10,1 


9.6 


8.9 


10.6 


6.8 


9.8 


11.2 


11.9 


10,8 


1$. TotKl no. fuUlss 


10,672 


313 


I.B7 


7bl 


190 


1,209 


1,101 


785 


1,210 


16. No. lticor-.e» u/iH* r $JUUJ 


7,0l,li 


109 


lOS 


195 


66 


200 


118 


102 


172 


17. $J - i9>9 


UM) 


9b 


210 


1,61 


7b 


539 


306 


289 


b7b 


18. $6 - '.999 


),1I,0 


91 


11.6 


73 


b7 


356 


b35 


262 


b68 


19. $10,0i>0 (nd o»»r 


i."05 


19 


76 


12 


3 


115 


162 


132 


1J,6 


20. M»itl*n funlLy Inocaw 


•.S.loA 


9k, Jit 


•l.,95l 


lb, 369 




•S,290 


•6,308 


•6,017 


•6,055 


TABLE II A'lr «Nn tm. 


AnF.A 


















Hiwir (riunACTUii'.Tirs 


TOTAL 


M-l 


H-2 


H-J 


lU 


H-l 


>.2 


■-I 


>-b 


1. Poranin >uiH<ir 5 yr». old 


I., 90? 


122 


im, 


7li0 


90 


9?) 


389 


287 


b66 


2, IVmor^ 5 - llj )TS. old 


8,197 


2)7 


365 


1,1?8 


1)8 


8 70 


737 


b5S 


782 


3« Porsor 1 6S' »n'1 ov#ir 


5,1.75 


i-;! 


777 


713 


115 


57b 


b82 


373 


561 


It. r*r!».ip » '1 yrfl, and over 


7B,6y. 


791 


1,717 


1,575 


553 


s.i-;? 


«,71b 


2,056 


3,037 


5. Pprions ]li yr». »nd c*«r 


3).lill9 


976 


1.1.77 


1,8(11, 


6bl 


3.8'>5 


),12b 


2,3)1 


3,be7 


6. do. of I'.ci <; In ClTillMl 




















L«bor fnr-o 


17,01.) 


1.20 


8fl6 


769 


31.3 


l,9b5 


X.BOO^ 
1,710 


l,l.b3 


2,o60 


7. No. of )to^ (, «nploy»d 


16,005 


1.01 


eie 


7b) 


302 


1,7 7b 


l,)7b 


1,919 


6, I'rijf'i^lonnl, T.iphnloal, 




















Manii-ors, "fflclsli, ami 




















Pr-'(-r', -'ors 


1,507 


9 


35 


35 


51 


17b 


210 


167 


770 


9, riorlrnt ind Sulat 


l.,ll.9 


57 


153 


200 


39 


b56 


5b5 


37b 


570 


10. CriftT-no, f'-ronort 


2,066 


50 


86 


78 


35 


778 


26U 


178 


776 


11. "V)""""" 


),8I,0 


U,6 


259 


196 


62 


beb 


339 


775 


b37 


12. Prl.nt. hoii'ohold', •arrloti 








1 171 












Inbnrors 


3,568 


103 


189 


n 


369 


319 


29b 


363 


1). K.irrl"! wnn«n In Itbor foroo, 












■ 








Jluib.m'J prfts^nt 


■ 2,010 


65 


1«7 


56 


V 


232 


232 


217 


291 


Ui. Aul.^"' n« to work 


5,165 


139 


n3 


202 


55 


603 


669 


b83 


660 


1$, IUllro*'<, f< ilvay, b\i8 to worli 


7,616 


136 


309 


357 


98 


882 


BfaO 


0,9 


901, 


16, WtlV to work 


1,986 


87 


102 


116 


l)b 


192 


105 


137 


206 



TABIi in ril»R\rTCTI3TICS 


AtlKA 


















OP ".Tii.i.iHa unit;) 


TtiTAI, 


H-1 


H-2 


M-3 


N-b 


N-l 


a-2 


■-3 


H-b 


1. ToUl llo'ifiti ,-. I'nllt 


lb, 575 


b09 


79b 


96b 


303 


1,7)6 


1,33) 


1,019 


l,b6S 


2. Touil . :■•. uplfld Unit* 


13,696 


b'3 


«.8 


9b6 


26) 


1,598 


1,291 


9?2 


l.b7b 


). Ownor "trijilBd UnlU 


3,619 


107 


216 


21 


77 


b)5 


377 


l-IO 


506 


b, N...i..ir ..f .piUn In 1 




















unit BtP' "I'lrpi 


2,502 


52 


228 


mm.. 


b3 


22) 


26b 


157 


2*7 


5, No, unl»» In 5 or «or« 




















<iiilt etricl.irei 


3,7?b 


5 


, 15 


958 


21 


98 


123 


37 


2b 


6. Mo, dot^r'.nratlng 


2,sni 


)70 


391 




. 176 


55b 


2b9 


9b 


92 


7. Ho. dlUi Idatod 


861 


27 


351 


-a..— 


72 


15b 


32 


5 


9 


8. 'I,,lt« bjlU 19>0-Maroh I960 


777 


>_~. 




Ob 


mttmm^m 


b 


111 


6 


mm.... 


9. H«dlan pArsonn par occuplad 




















onlt 




2.b 


2.5 


3.8 


2.5 


2.7 


2.9 


7.7 


2.9 


10, Untta with 1.01 poraon* par' 




















roon or roro 


1,626 


b6 


76 


239 


38 


n 


119 


75 


1)0 


11. Hwdlan no, rofimt 




b.2 


b,2 


b.3 


b.b 


5.0 


5.0 


5.0 


12. ')nlta f |.irl1n.( rant 


10,085 


316 


b5? 


976 


186 


1,163 


91b 


672 


918 


1). n.). r'Tli>l« .ui.ar tbO.OO 


969 


79 


65 


b 


i9 


128 


bo 


lb 


29 


lii. No. ront.la U,'i . 79 


6,7b9 


205 


3b8 


tw 


13b 


856 


b23 


)no 


527 


15. No, rant, la $60 arel otar 


2,262 


32 


27 


132 


23 


*g 


U.3 


219 


358 


lA, HaHlitn froaa r«nl 


6b 


51 


,11 


^ 




79 


73 


75 


IT. *•. rapnrtlrix m aalo avallabla8,10) 


>b6 


16) 


961 


5J8 


bbS 


•652 



^^ 



f. t 









BorrH RKiTO 










* * ■ 






( 


ItCiitlntMd) 








MRMM 


CITT 


rim I conttnu«<t 


O-l 


O-f 


0-J 


M 


f-U 


r-n 


tBI>HU 


TOT»t 


1, PopviUtlnr. I'W* .6.11? 


I.,li70 


).296 
6,178 


851 


1,798 


1,898 


1,812 


697,197 


t, Hci-ulstlrn IvsO 


iT,li3T 


5,'li7 


1,771, 


1,678 


J,9b9 


f.lbb 
-J5.5 


801, bIJ. 


1, r«r<'»nt»r« of Ch»np» 


'-l?.l 


-:/.i 


-20.1 


-JO.S 


.22.6 


.26.6 


-11.0 


k, M«l» >'.■!". l.>H..n IV^O 


l,97li 


7,176 


1,6)5 


I<16 


65b ' 


1,755 


1,5b) 


) lb, 707 


J, Koii-whlt« rii|"i\««lon 


1 




) 


••>>-- 


mm 


1 


198 


68, b9) 


6, Tol»l Km «(cn Mn k 


),n9 


'r5ii6 


1,1,59 


1,09 


b8) 


975 


995 


)17,f>'J. 


7, Ho. of H»rtl»i1 rpM(ilo« 


1,191 


77T 


576 


ll.H 


21,8 


577 


20 


1)1, b?) 


B, C<>'ii<)»9 with nvti hoiiffaheld 
f. Cou l*<i «!*)< own ehllilrad 


i,i«i 


771 


5S9 


11,) 


Ib8 


$»7 


JO 


128,l,?6 




. 














Un>Ur lA v*>ra of •(• 


7?? 


506 


156 


107 


171 


3)0 


16 


70,)61 


10. PopuUHon In roup ifutrtcrs 


U9 


10 


51 


1 ••*••-• 


6 


lb 


My 


b0,)b) 


11. Popiilnilrn <. yrJ. »ni1 o»»r 


$,T?0 


),eo9 


l,9IIV 


779 


1,1TJ 


»,551 


1,606 


6)1,796 


I}. Uf" U, '»•<» '»*. l'J?S 


),)?6 


f,0'..l 


1,912 


lib) 


66I1 


1,621 


556 


)?1,787 


11. I 'A r»». o.iHl.l* :.H'.A 


91 


»? 


6) 


••_.. 


b$ 


h7 


bS 


b9,8?J 


111, ^S yrfl. "r ov«»r-H«.l|»n 


















school vnars toxii>l«t«d 


10.7 


10.) 


9.0 


9.2 


10.1 


10.) 


9.7 


U.I 


J5. Totil no. fMllUi 


1,57? 


1,|JI6 


779 


189 


Jbo 


767 


20 


16b. 7 15 


16. No. Incn^t undar tJUM 


191 


277 


179 


51 


51 


I7» 


b 


27,159 


IT. ») - <W9 


61,1 


b7S 


106 


77 


116 


)86 


b 


60,89) 


18. »6 - WW 


5?! 


71,1 


2)5 


b6 


121 


90 


> 


5),6)i9 


19. tU'.aX) and ovar 


170 


71 


59 


15 


50 


19 


b 


27,3lJ. ■ 


K«. Hadlan tmilly Incoii* 


15,776 


•l.,769 


♦5,217 




16,020 


•),6bS 




I?,7b7 
















lunnm 


CITT 


n»U II eontln>i«4 


0.1 


0-2 


0.) 


0-b 


P-U 


P>1B 


lauNns 


TdTAt. 


1. Par^onj uniar ? yre, eld 


?72 


h(<\ 


3"? 


7) 


12s 


)l.6 


7 


<-^,019 


2. P«r^ >i-a s - 111 rv old 


•'V? 


•Xlli 


Ml) 


\m 


227 


577 


2b 


10?,?50 


), Parj.ins f.': «n'1 ovor 


8)? 


1,78 


)75 


Rl 


l^'S 


bl9 


b06 


8?,5fl? 


b, r»ri "IS ri yr». n.! over 


1,701, 


J,?^ 


7,061, 


sre 


ebb 


1,777 


1,62b 


b61,9)5 


5. Car? ■ 1 111 yr -. •ii'l o»ar 


1,817 


2,971 


?.l,li6 


612 


96b 


2,078 


1,79b 


5ili,8)) 


6. No. or itnn, <; In rivlUan 


















l.«*or fnrra 


»,71.9 


i,iiy) 


1,)19 


J?) 


501 

1.75 


789 


IB) 


)0),567 


t. No. of \<n-' f a-'loyad 
i, P^cf^•^^lf fjl, Taehnletil, 


t,Ml 


l,ll?l 


l,7b? 


)0I, 


7)8 


18) 


288, 7b6 


















Hir,.--rs, crfleUla, ant 


















Proprl 'Inrt 


257 


86 


79 


Id 


b6 


b5 


58 


b9,08O 


9, Clrrtrol ao'l Salaa 


6lil 


19) 


770 1 


6? 


10) 


271 


12 


77,391 


10, Cr«f"«n, furr-an 


)71 


715 


156 


bl 


5b 


80 


b 


37,399 


11. I'll, r.llvari 


Afl? 


118 


)7S 


107 


lib 


9) 


8 


57.175 


1}, tVlv«t» Mni. ahold, ••rvlea. 


















lahorora 


561 


Jlfl 


299 


71 


1)6 


2bla 


b2 


'^,087 


1). Parried w'.n*.n In labor toto^f 


















Hujt. 011,1 i.rrt-^fit 


1)7 


11) 


16) 


1,6 


1.6 


)0 


8 


bl,175 


H, Autnrrhiia to work 


819 


I.79 


2S 


90 


15) 

778 


7b6 


U 


99,875 


IS. Rjllroat, aulwajr, bu* U wrii 


1,187 


752 


156 


b)9 


16 


11?,??1 


16. Walk to u'lrk 


762 


170 


709 


)7 


It) 


65 


91 


36,577 


WWJC HI foi,t|. ,i| 


0.1 


C? 


i-i 


04, 


l»«U 


P.IB 


HUnOR 
ISUHIU 


CITY 
T0T*1. 


la Total "p.iitri; Unltt 
t, Tot.«l i'-Mn,1.,'l llnHa 
1, Ounar ""■■ipia.l Unlta 
It. Nvyi'j..,- of ui.in In 1 


2,1?1 


l.liliO 


1,095 


2ft9 


b6b 


1,01.) 


20 


?3'','jli7 


2,1107 
751 


1,1.1 
'Hi 


1,W)8 
)78 


276 
76 


b7b 
I2b 


1,0?) 

20 


20 


22b. 375 
61,16? 


unit atrji'tu^wi 
S. No, uolii In r or Wftra 


V,l 


71.) 


211 


5b 


(A 


16) 


)' 


)9,15B- 


unit atru' 'iion 

6. No, -1»l»rli,r 11 1,,c 

7. No, lllai 1 ;itr.,| 

8. llrUj l..,!lt 1'", 'March 19^0 

9. M>ill<n port..,. a (wr ocoiiplad 


)07 


■.? 


76 
III) 


5 
97 


9 
62 


8/0 


1 


ei,U)6 

bu, 166 


)7 

6 


7) 

8 


U,« 


16 


7 


- 




y,)»6 

17,815 


ur.ll 
10. U.ilij with l.ol |.«rtana par 


.7.6 


7,9 


''2,8 


2.5 


2.5 


7.) 


.... 


2.U 


ro'... or »..ra 1(S«; 
Ua Xa.llan no. ro'->a |,.| 
IJ. ilnlla r(i|Kjil|„|{ , ant 1,7?6 
IJ. No, rantila un.iar tliQ.OO lOV 
U. "a. r ■i.tala •!. i . 11 jji 

15, No, rantala V^Q and aver }M 

16, M«.||an rrota r>iiii (,1 

17, >a. r«(>artln( no ant* avaltahUliUiy 


S06 

I1.2 

1,172 

lol. 

70(, 

«6 

67 

9WI 


ui, 

I1.7 
6)0 
126 
h» 
66 
$• 


»7 

k.7l 

»00 

17 

17/ 

11 

"tut 


)7 
ti.7 

)00 
)0 

W 

1 19 

60 

961, 


150 
J.T 
1,010 
191 
690 
121 
SI 

ni 


71' 
b 
K 

tt> 


'l7,w7* 

b.6 

161,196 

n,ti?9 
7b,<vso 

75,b7« 

78 

1117,1* 



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I 



h 



■> 1 

J I 



y 



X 



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■ABLE I CHAPJICTKIU.STICS 
OK WK POPUUTIUN 



AIIKA 
TOTAL 



W-6A 



\/lC;n UcAliUM 



1I-6H 



5f-^ t^/MTA SHL-LI 



V/-6C 



, Population IVfiO 


25.320 


. Population 1950 


23,03l4 


, Percontai^o of Change 


9.9 


. Mttl« Popilatlon 1960 


11,055 


. Non-while I'oiiulAtlon 


53 


. Total Korolc" .'itock 


11.1,96 


No. of Marrld couulea 


5,1^51 


, Couples wit*' <"'" household 


S,506 


, Couples with own children 




under 18 yeara of ai;e 


2,vl9 


0. ropviUtlon In nrovip .luartars 


17 


1. Population ^ yra. and ovor 


23.Utl5 


2. Item 11, Bane res. 19|i'i 


I5,).li7 


1. 1955 rea. outside SM.jA 


U12 


t. 2S yra, or ovor-Hediaji 




school vonra coi'i|ileted 


12.3 


S, Total no. fajnlUefl 


6,SHIi 


6. No. Income.i un.lor $3000 


1)01 


7. $) - 59y9 


i,'/;o 


fi. i6 - 9999 


2,792 


9, tlO.Oi'O and over 


l,/l4l 


0. Median family Incoins 


$7. 'J 12 



6,oflo 

5,579 

9.0 

2,tt2ll 

3,017 

l,li'li 
1,1.13 

7ul 

5.57U 

3,763 

21H 

12.3 

l,7i'2 

7H 

3''7 

7I46 

Ibl 

$7,970 



5,921 

5, 5?!' 

6,0 

2,695 

8 

2,710 

i.-a 

1,213 

f.liO 

5,1.62 

3, 6514 

131) 

12.5 

1,511 

99 

3I.6 

591 

L75 

I7,7UU 



5,I'6H 

1.5 

■ 2,7-'! 

5 

2 , i9fl 

1,21,6 

1,211 

651 

5,1.12 

3,91.0 

I'M. 

12.5 

1,1.30 

92 
270 
505 

1,63 

$8,:' 19 



Married women in labor force, 

Husb.ind prnsHiit 1,',';9 398 

Autonohlle to work 5,687 l,51li 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 3,686 691* 

Walk to work 1.23 65 



292 


355 


1,261 


1,307 


931, 


761, 


09 


126 



W^D 



7,1.59 
6,o06 
22.5 
3,615 
35 
3,371 
1,6/0 
1,61,9 

927 

17 

6,637 

li,090 
292 

12.1 
1,933 

13? 
629 
070 
302 
16.690 



1.81. 
1,605 
1,091. 

11.3 



CITY 
TOTAL 



697,197 
OOl.lJJi 
-1).0 
3 31., 707 
68,1,93 
3U,o''l. 
111,1.53 
128,1.56 

70,361 

1.0,31,3 

631,796 

321, 7«7 

U9,623 

11.2 
I6li,215 
27,359 
60,893 
53,61.9 
22,31li 
$5,71.7 

















iBI.K II AGIi AND Ei'iJ- 


AULA 










CITY 


NOMIC CllAIUCTl:iayTICS 


TOTAL 


W-6A 


W-6U 


W-61; 


w-6n 


TOTAL 


Parson:, under 5 yrj. old 


2,21.3 


506 


1.59 


1.56 


822 


66,019 


Persons 5-11. yra. old 


l.,193 


930 


965 


1,021 


1,277 


105,550 


Peraonn 65 and over 


3,102 


707 


01,7 


01,9 


699 


85,585 


Peraona 21 >ra. and over 


16,708 


l.,179 


3,930 


3.066 


l4,785 


1.61,935 


Persona 11, yr;i. a,,d over 


19,325 


U,709 


l.,57» 


l.,1.83 


5,1.55 


5311,833 


1.0, of It.ua 5 in Civilian 














Labor force 


10,761 


2,661, 


2,501 


2,1,21 


3,175 


303,567 


No. of Itom 6 employed 


10,51.6 


2,621. 


2,1.1.5 


2,367 


3,110 


200,21,6 


Professional, Tocluiioal, 














Mana3cr3, Officials, ajid 














Proprlotora 


3,020 


lit 


739 


&(*} 


6BU 


1.9,000 


Clerical and Sales 


3,508 


91.3 


O95 


716 


95U 


77,391 


. Craftsnen, foroinen 


1,158 


270 


286 


192 


1.10 


32,398 


, Uporatlvea 


1,079 


21.0 


181 


2U3 


1.55 


52,175 


. Private Houaehold, service. 














laborers 


1,311 


336 


25/ 


295 


1.2 3 


50,007 



1.1,175 

9/, 825 

115.251 

36.577 



BLE III CHAIlACTtJdUTICS 


Aiir.A 








OF D.'tLLiNu umrs 


TOfAL 


W-6A 


W-6B 


W-6C 


Total Housing Units 


7,305 


1,871, 


1,695 


1,61,7 


Total Decupled Unite 


7,21,7 


1,01.8 


1,672 


1,632 


Oiiner («cuplad Units 


5,689 


1,1.57 


1.21.8 


1,279 


Number of unl ta in 1 










unit fltructuiea 


5,I.1,U 


1, 192 


1,061 


1,275 


Nu. units in 5 or more 










unit structi,,-us 


309 


179 


35 


33 


No. doterlor^tlnf^ 


169 


13 


1.) 


12 


No. dilapidated 


22 


1 


1. 


3 


Units buUt 1950-fL,roh 1960 


1,3)6 


378 


11,0 


128 


Median perauna por occupied 










unit 




2.9 


3.1 


3.1 


Units will, l.ijl peraona |»r 










ro.3m or mora 


281 


1.9 


1,0 


55 


Median no. rooms 




5.8 


6.2 


6.1, 


Units report Inc rent 


1.550 


3vl 


1,21, 


353 


' No, ronlaU un.lar .(1,0. QO 


8 








No. rentLls $1,0 - 79 


191, 


31 


1,0 


'•5 


No, rentals $liO niid over 


1,325 


356 


3OI, 


273 


Madlan groaa rent 


loO 


131 


lud 


102 


\ Mo. reportlnu no auto aval labia 


1.069 


202 


21.7 


296 



W-6D 



CITY 
TOTAL 



2,11.9 
2,095 
1,705 

1,716 

62 
11)1 

II. 
690 

1.2 

129 

5.5 
390 

6 
58 

312 
93 

32I4 



230,51.7 

221), 325 

61,165 

39,150 

Ol,li;6 

1.0,366 

9,306 

12,015 

2.1, 

17,929 
1,.6 
163,396 
11,859 
71..0(ifl 
75,1.70 

a 

K)/,116 



ERRATA 
WEST ROXBURY 

TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION 
10. Population in group quarters 



Area Total 


360 


W-6A 


30 


W-6B 


44 


W-6C 


95 


W-6D 


191 



^-^ 



SOCIAL FACTS BY CENSUS TRACTS 



FROM THE U.S., CENSUS 1960 



'3o?r,. - . \ 



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RESEARCH DEPARTMENT 
UNITED COMMUNITY SERVICES 

14 Somerset Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 02108 

March, 1962 



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OF 


THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


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MC-91 


MC-92 


MC-93 


MC-9lj 


MC-95 


HC-96 


1. 


Population I960 


U9,953 


7,887 


6,712 


6,31ii 


U.SOO 


8,195 


9,1.07 


6,938 


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Population 1950 


Ui.353 
1276 


h.$n 


5,95l4 


6,623 


U,a70 


8,158 


9,1U9 


5,008 


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PercentaRe of Chang* 


71.8 


12.7 


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2.8 


38.5 


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Hale Population 1960 


23,1.25 


3,871 


3,173 


2,781 


2,103 


3,705 


l.,1.01 


3,391 


5. 


Non-white Population 


129 


8 


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13 


23 


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6 


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Total Foreign Stock 


22,079 


3,083 


2,85U 


3,085 


2,271. 


3,1.7U 


i.,2e6 


3,023 


7. 


No. of Harried couples 


11,782 


1,951 


1,5U9 


1,U145 


1,U5 


1,800 


2,21.2 


1,680 


8. 


Couples with own household 


11,L91 


1,923 


1,505 


1,398 


1,095 


1,729 


2,210 


1,631 


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Under 18 years of age 


6,li29 


1,189 


868 


677 


593 


901. 


1,176 


1,022 


10. 


Population In group quarters 


121 


6 


36 


5 


8 


161 


181. 


21 


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Population 5 yrs. and over 


Ul»,923 


6,971 


5,899 


5,829 


lt,017 


7,535 


8,571. 


6,098 


12. 


Item 11, same res. 1955 


27,7U3 


3,837 


3,512 


3,653 


2,568 


U,613 


5,738 


3,822 


13. 


1955 res. outside SMSA 


li,Ul3 


719 


603 


551 


U.2 


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760 


523 


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12.3 


12.6 


12.2 


12.2 


12.0 


12.5 


12.3 


12.3 


15. 


Total no. families 


13,357 


2,083 


1,800 


1,769 


1,307 


2,08U 


2,509 


1,805 


16. 


No. incomes under $3000 


881 


91 


135 


122 


129 


123 


11.9 


132 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


3.3t8 


li09 


556 


I48I 


35I4 


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595 


U73 


18. 


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5,630 


855 


776 


815 


608 


665 


1,006 


805 


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$10,000 and over 


3,528 


728 


333 


31.5 


216 


752 


759 


395 


20. 


Median family income 


$7,538 


$8,1,60 


$6,659 


$7,019 


$6,8U0 


$8,330 


$7,888 


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TABLE II Af.E AND ECO- 


TCWN 














Hn-96 


NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-90 


MC-91 


MC-92 


MC-93 


HC-91. 


MC-95 


1, Persons under 5 VTb<» old 


5,029 


915 


813 


1.85 


U83 


660 


833 


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1,361. 

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U,189 
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2. Persons 5-11. yrs. old 


8,329 


1,1.90 


1,161. 


821 


673 


1,251 


1,51.6 


3. Persons 65 and over 


5,862 


598 


606 


1,018 


531. 


1,350 


1,212 


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32,938 


U.902 


U,299 


U.573 


3,029 


5,658 


6,288 


5. Persons 11. yre. and over 


37,21.3 


5,597 


i.,eoo 


5,078 


3,392 


6,392 


7,11.1 


6. No. of Item 5 in Civilian 


21,063 


3,lli. 


2,eB0 


2,861 


2,010 


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l.,oi5 


2,71.6 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


20,602 


3,068 


2,787 


2,812 


1,938 


3,386 


3,91.3 


2,668 


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5,799 


1,161 


566 


598 


388 


1,206 


1,189 


691 


9. Clerical and Sales 


6,667 


925 


90U 


1,065 


61.0 


1,128 


1,221 


781. 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


2,731. 


371 


1.03 


359 


300 


333 


51.5 


1.23 


11. Operatives 


2,375 


21.3 


U61 


31.9 


291 


278 


1.02 


351 


12. Private Household, service. 


















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2,266 


279 


298 


355 


215 


339 


U.5 


339 


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Husband present 


3,203 


1.70 


U61 


1.21 


375 


1.53 


558 


U65 


11.. Automobile to work 


12,523 


2,19U 


1,586 


1,506 


1,01.7 


2,01.0 


2,372 


1,778 


15. Railroad, subway, bus tc work 


5,613 


51.7 


762 


971 


679 


925 


1,118 


611 


16. WalK to work 


991 


126 


207 


113 


65 


161, 


208 


108 



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OF EWELLDIG UNITS 


TOTAL 


HC-90 


MC-91 


MC-92 


MC-93 


m;-91* 


MC-95 


MC-96 


1. Total Housing Units 


15,080 


2,261 


2,009 


2,127 


1.395 


2,1.92 


2,810 


1,986 


2. Total Occupied Units 


li.,7Sl. 


2,191 


1,982 


2,098 


1,377 


2,1.55 


2,759 


1,892 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


9,7US 


1.927 


902 


696 


679 


1,617 


2,103 


1,621 


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8,562 


1,996 


266 


380 


219 


1,655 


2,238 


1,786 


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61.8 


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21(0 


385 


5 


156 


62 




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60 


37 


89 


20 


75 


118 


53 


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53 


7 


5 


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7 


9 


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2,733 


1,031 


U23 


162 


29 


197 


271 


600 


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3.1 


3.U 


3.1 


2.6 


3.0 


2.9 


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3.5 


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627 


66 


17U 


61 


52 


U9 


106 


119 


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5.8 


6.0 


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5.1. 


5.6 


6.2 


6.0 


5.8 


12. Units reporting rent 


5,009 


261. 


1,080 


1,202 


696 


838 


656 


271 


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162 


97 


70 


66 


92 


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U,368 


236 


911. 


1,081 


621. 


752 


532 


229 


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107 


IIJ. 


103 


107 


106 


lU 


106 


109 


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TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



1. Population I960 

2. Population 1950 

3. Percentage of Chang* 
1). Hale Population 

5. Non-white Population 

6. Total Foreign Stock 

7. No. of Harried couples 

8. Couples with own household 

9. Couples with own children 
Under 18 years of age 

10. Population in group quarters 

11. Popilatlon 5 yra, and ever 

12. Item 11, sane res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside SH3A 
llj, 25 yrs. or over-Hedlan 

school years completed 

15. Total no. families 

16. No. incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Hedlan family Income 



TOWN 


















TOTAL 


MC-97 


m-96 


K:-99 


MC-lOO 


MC-lOl 


MC-102 


MC-103 


HC-lOli 


28,715 


U,21.3 


k,U59 


U,286 


3,202 


2,532 


2,768 


3,65U 


3,571 


27,381 


3,769 


3,330 


U,28U 


3,271 


2,712 


3,073 


3,579 


3,363 


l4.9 


12.6 


33.9 


.Oti 


-2.1 


-6.6 


-9.9 


2.1 


6.2 


13,291 


1,970 


2,131 


2,038 


1,532 


1,U1 


1,228 


1.66J, 


1,617 


75 


5 


25 


7 


5 


5 


U 


21 


3 


13,022 


1,891 


1,617 


1,999 


1,588 


1,152 


1,185 


1,653 


1,937 


6,835 


1,059 


1,029 


969 


780 


6U5 


669 


778 


906 


6,655 


1,010 


1,008 


961 


752 


627 


651 


71*8 


898 


3,501 


558 


61it 


539 


396 


275 


2U7 


U12 


1.60 


512 


6 


15 


lOi, 


56 




5 


16 




26,381i 


3,979 


li,035 


3,863 


2,891. 


2,367 


2,591 


3,353 


3,300 


17,U31 


2,836 


2,609 


2,266 


1,923 


1,577 


1,635 


2,U09 


2,176 


2,750 


U02 


510 


U82 


20O 


litO 


282 


39li 


31.0 


12.6 


U.O 


12.9 


12.2 


12.1 


12.7 


12.7 


12.9 


12.U 


7,816 


1,158 


l,lUi 


1,088 


883 


758 


807 


915 


1,063 


U82 


19 


65 


69 


82 


50 


1*9 


Ul 


87 


l,70l» 


168 


226 


3Ji9 


259 


160 


132 


151. 


256 


2,521 


298 


219 


398 


U12 


266 


275 


258 


226 


3.109 


673 


63l« 


252 


130 


282 


351 


1.62 


^l^ 


$8,372 


$11,39? 


$11,1,83 


$6,736 


$6,6U0 


»8,U18 


$8,960 


$10, US 


$7,791 



TABLE II AQE AND ECO- 


CITY 


















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-97 


MC-98 


MC-99 


IC-lOO 


MC-101 


MC-102 


MC-103 


MC-lOli 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,331 


261. 


1.25 


U23 


308 


165 


17U 


301 


271 


2. Persona 5 - U. yrs. old 


l.,502 


738 


907 


598 


U81 


302 


3U9 


623 


50U 


3. Persons 65 and over 


3,763 


U33 


1.26 


U9U 


U21. 


1.68 


512 


U8U 


522 


1.. Persons 21 and over 


19,753 


2,858 


2,800 


2.91^1 


2,180 


1,899 


2.063 


2,liU. 


2,565 


5. Persona 11. and over 


22,297 


3,312 


3,199 


3.322 


2,1.51 


2,095 


2,282 


2,790 


2,8U6 


6. No. of item 5 In Civil Inn 




















Labor force 


12,226 


1.789 


1,6U. 


1,902 


i,iai 


1,102 


1,237 


1,533 


1,61.0 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


12,026 


1,758 


1,587 


1,871 


1,376 


1,09U 


1,210 


1,522 


1,608 


8. Professional, Technical, 




















Managers, Officials, and 




















Proprietors 


1,328 


817 


703 


U67 


293 


1.61 


U87 


688 


U12 


9. Clerical and Sales 


3.506 


582 


383 


515 


31.5 


351 


350 


398 


582 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


1,151 


12U 


97 


262 


211. 


93 


61 


107 


193 


11. Operatives 


1,105 


80 


lou 


292 


205 


65 


87 


85 


187 


12. Private Houaehold, servloe. 




















laborers 


1,371. 


101 


193 


298 


307 


70 


il|li 


128 


133 


13. Married women In labor foroe. 




















Husband present 


1,791 


267 


163 


370 


183 


188 


175 


161 


281. 


11.. Automobile to work 


7,032 


1,13U 


l.OOl. 


1,038 


808 


598 


69U 


880 


876 


15. Railroad, subway, bua to work 


2,903 


U21 


266 


372 


311 


31.9 


305 


389 


U90 


16. Walk to work 


71.0 


Ul. 


115 


271 


93 


37 


57 


82 


1.1 


TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


TWffl 


















OF WELLINQ UNITS 


TOTAL 


HC-97 


MC-98 


MC-99 


MC-lOO 


MC-101 


MC-102 


MC-103 


MC-101. 



1. Total Housing Units 8,78? 1,265 

2. Total Occupied Units 8,676 1,250 

3. Owner Occupied Unite 5,937 1,156 
It. Number of units in 1 

unit structures 5.231 1.191 

5. No. units in 5 or more 

unit structures 1.2 — 

6. No. deteriorating 160 

7. No. dilapidated 19 

8. Units built 19S0-March 1960 955 

9. Median persons per occupied 
unit 3.0 

10. Units with 1.01 persons per 
room or more 220 

11. Median no. rooms 6.2 

12. Units reporting rent 2,71.0 

13. No, rentals under $lj0.00 20 
11.. No. rentals $1.0 - 79 1.22 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 2,215 

16. Median gross rent loiS 



9 

U 

252 

3.2 

12 
6.8 
91. 
1. 
17 
61. 



1.258 

1,21.3 

976 

1,056 



22 

6 

251 

3.1 

53 
7.1 

267 

69 

177 

86 



1,213 

1,191 

637 

U.5 

20 

73 

1. 

129 

3.0 

1.9 

5.1. 

55U 

8 

90 

U1.6 

I 101. 



970 
961 
1.9U 

153 



27 



862 
851 
521 

291. 

1. 
2 



19 
3.0 

1.5 

5.1. 

1.67 

h 

68 
387 
100 



12 
2.6 

6 

6.1 
330 

1. 

8 
311. 
118 



925 
913 
629 

589 

5 
6 

1. 



2.5 



6.9 
28U 



8 
262 
120 



1.055 

1.01.3 

879 

873 



11 

1 

98 

3.2 

22 

7.1. 
165 

66 
80 



1.239 

1.221. 

6L5 

630 

13 

10 

186 

2.5 

25 

5.7 
579 

96 
1.83 
106 



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TADLF. I CHARACTKlU.STlCa 

OF Tilt; I'uruuTion 



TO' .11 
TOTAL 



fr,-ii 



m:- 



EC-') 



EC-7 



EC -a 



EC -9 



1. ropnlntion ly60 

2. I'opulatlnii 1950 

3. I'ercent.if-e of Change 

14. Mile roi)ulation I960 

5, Hon-whito Population 

6, Total Foreign Stock 

7, No, of Hiirri«fi cou|)les 

8, Couplo3 with own household 

9, Couplr>a i.lth oun chlldrnn 
Under 1'3 yeara of n(;e 

10, Population in f^roup quarters 

11, Population 5 yrs, and over 

12, Item 11, saiiio res. 1955 

13, 1955 ro3, outside SM3A 
111. 25 yrs, or over-Median 

school years conploted 

15. Total no. famllleo 

16. No. incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. P> - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family income 



36,108 


5,055 


2e,881i 


3,068 


25.0 


6I,.0 


17,10M 


2,197 


101 


7 


11,006 


l,l.vl 


H,ll6 


l,o58 


0,022 


1,038 


5,175 


660 


9)i2 


576 


31,7lj? 


l.,1.19 


17,622 


1,956 


2,71.0 


896 


12.2 


12.5 


9,100 


1,1M. 


1,039 


105 


2,60B 


3u0 


3,717 


li67 


1,656 


282 


$6,7uO 


$7,293 



I., 678 
2,831 
65.2 
2,231 
31. 
1,366 
1,090 
1,090 

751. 

88 

1),079 

2,21.0 

362 

12.5 

1,175 

75 

26U 

529 

2 87 

$7,531 



7,775 
lj,6'/3 
65.7 
3,820 
2 
2,521 
1,«50 
1,029 

1,261, 

111 

6,681 

3,li]6 

5l.lt 

12.3 

1,981 
166 
1.98 
976 
3I4I 
$7,oy5 



5,753 
5,1.12 
6.3 
2,807 
13 
2,152 
1,257 
1,229 

793 

30 

1*,977 

2,922 

101 

11.5 
1,U.6 
21.7 
li95 
503 
201 
$5,918 



7,31.6 


5,501 


6,656 


6,221» 


10.1, 


-U.6 


3,1.70 


2,563 


6 


39 


2,203 


2,073 


1,707 


1,151. 


1,698 


1,138 


1,057 


61.7 


103 


31. 


6,61.1- 


U,9h5 


1,196 


2,1(014 


1.31 


326 


12.5 


10.3 


1,91.6 


1,398 


162 


281, 


556 


555 


786 


1,56 


I.I42 


103 


$7,173 


$5,3146 



TAl'i.'s Jl AC,'.; AND I'ro- 
NOillC CIWItACTERISTICS 



1. 
2. 
3. 
I4. 



7. 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 

11., 
15, 
16, 



PerGons un^ier 5 yr.s, old 

Persons 5-11. yrs. old 

Persons 6$ and over 

Persons 21 yrs, and over 

Persons 11. yrn. and over 

Ho. of item 5 in Civilian 

Lribor force 

Ho. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Tectaical, 

H,Tna.:ers, Offjcials, and 

I'roprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsnen, fororen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor forco, 

Hu.';baiid present 

Automobile to vjork 

Hailroad, subv^ay, bus to work 

V.'alk to work 



To'.'tl 














TOTAL 


KC-I. 


EC-5 


EC -6 


EC-7 


EC-0 


EC-9 


l.,366 

7,11.1 

3,533 

21,lil6 

25,105 


636 

935 

361 

2,699 

3,51,0 


'^98 

1,050 

356 
2,662 
3,0'yl 


1,0V5 
1,61,1, 
51.2 
l,,li7K 
5,152 


776 
1,116 

530 
3,3?6 
3,871. 


705 
1,393 
1,010 
1,,690 
5,35U 


556 

<>20 

731, 

3,561 

1,0914 


111, 068 
13,585 


1,797 
l,7o7 


1,77V 
1,738 


2,936 
2,861 


2,192 
2,076 


3,007 
2,92U 


2,357 

2,219 


3,123 
3,2'1 
2,21,2 
2,317 


1,01 
397 
221, 
130 


570 
1.1,6 
250 
263 


621 
688 
61.2 
1,50 


365 
1.17 
321 
5I4O 


886 
879 
1,28 
31,6 


280 

1,31, 
377 

580 


1,81,0 


339 


11.9 


356 


333 


31.0 


323 


2,3liO 

9,91.1 

753 

1,676 


2':3 
l,llil 

11,2 

238 


293 

1,U1,8 

59 

126 


521 

2,300 

126 

152 


356 

1,1,07 

97 

361 


505 
2.155 

IM 
301, 


I4I2 

1,110 
11,8 
I4I5 



TABLE III CHAHACTERISTICS 
OF IMiLLlIJO UHITS 



CITY 
TOTAL 



EC-I4 



EC- 



EC -6 



EC-7 



EC-8 



EC-9 



1. Total Housing Units ll,02l, 

2. ToUl Occupied Units 10,1,1,1, 

3. Owner Occupied Units ,913 
1., Niuiibtir of units in 1 

miit structures 7,3v2 
5. No. units in 5 or moi'e 

unit structures 750 

No.deterloi-atinG 1,075 

No. dilapidated 102 

Units built 1950-l'Iarch lv60 2, 3ul, 

Medl in persons per occupied 

unit 3,2 

Units with 1.01 person:, per 

room or more 6] 

11. Median no. rooms *^>,h 

12. Units rei)ortin(; rent 3,5 31 
No. renl.ila under S:|,O.UO 172 
No. rentals $1,0 - 79 1,571 
No. rentals $0O ,inil uvei- 1,628 
Hadiai, itus;, rent 79 
Ho.reportin,; no auto avail., IjIq 1,592 



13. 
II.. 
15. 
16. 
17. 



1,1,03 


1 


,265 


1,21,1 


1 


.253 


907 


1 


,101 


1,21,1 


1 


,259 


(, 






102 




lil 


23 




I4 


1,92 




550 


3.5 




3.6 


61. 




70 

5.6 


251. 
1, 




152 
12 


61 




36 


93 




96 



N.I'. 



U.h 



2,105 
2,110 
1,059 

2,021 



21,2 

23 

705 



121. 
5.7 
2'^1 

79 
163 

80 

N.,'. 



1,771 

1,61,2 
Oul, 

866 

200 

182 

17 

21,2 

3.3 

i':i. 

5. J 
838 

36 
1.26 
368 

78 
N.I.. 



2, "if I, 
2,266 

1,533 
1,531 

107 

128 

19 

293 

2.8 

02 
5.7 

753 
21 

271. 

1,1,6 

06 

N.P.. 



2,036 

1,912 

629 

1.71. 

1.37 

370 

96 

22 



121. 

I.. 5 

1,203 

99 

6''5 

1,62 

73 

U.H. 



ua. 



BRAINTREE 



tabu; I nHARACTKJUKTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



Tt*m 

TOTAL 



NC-55 



NC-56 



NC-57 



1. Population I960 

2. Population 1950 

3. Porcentace of Chance 
h. Male Population I960 

5. Non-white Population 

6. Total Foreign Stock 

7. No. of Married couples 

8. Couples with own household 

9. Couples with own children 
Under 18 years of age 

10. Population in group quartern 

11. Population 5 yrs. and over 

12. Item 11, same res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 
lU. 25 yrs. or over-Median 

school yrs. completed 

15. Total no. families 

16. No. incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family income 



31,069 

23,161 

3U.1 

15,150 

62 

11,263 

7,187 

7,032 

U,691 

383 

27,506 

I6,70lt 

3,318 

12.3 

. 7.611 

51i8 

1,873 

3,U99 

1,891 

$7,U7U 



8,515 

7,3L8 

16.3 

U,ll49 

29 
3,192 
2,029 
1,973 

1,301 

U6 

7,595 

l.,955 

807 

12.1 

2,185 
178 
522 

1,052 

1*33 

$7,165 



11,015 
8,337 
32.1 
5,293 
16 
3,868 
2,538 
2,li90 

1,616 
138 
9,898 
6,186 
1,275 

12.U 

2,782 

181 

576 

1,172 

853 

$8,013 



11.50.9 
7,li76 
5U.9 
5,708 
17 
U,203 
2,620 
2,569 

1.77U 

199 

10,013 

5,563 

1,236 

12.2 

2,8U. 

189 

775 

1,275 

605 

$7,163 



TABLE II ACE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTKRISTICS 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



NO-55 



MC-56 



NC-57 



1. 

2. 
3. 

h. 

5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 



9. 
XO, 
U, 
12. 

13. 

11*. 
15. 
16. 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

"ersons 5-11* yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons lU yrs. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

Labor force 

No. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foreman 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, baa to work 

Walk to work 



3,563 

6,636 

2,136 

18,283 

21,31*9 

11,712 
11,21*9 



2,71*9 
3,128 
2,069 
1,718 

1,206 

1,91*2 

8,688 

850 

707 



950 
1,71*9 

218 
5,062 
5,972 

3,269 

3,060 



596 
90l« 
637 
1*92 

309 

622 

2,371* 
268 
119 



1.117 
2,355 
1,068 
6,583 
7,736 


1,1*96 
2,932 

850 
6,638 
7,61*1 


1*,095 
3,993 


1*.31.8 
l*.196 


1,2U8 

1,138 

639 

1*1*1 


905 

1,086 

793 

785 


352 


51*5 


578 

3,092 

296 

265 


71*2 

3.222 

266 

323 



T*BLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF DV/ELLING UNITS 



TOUH 
TOTAL 



NC-55 



IIC-56 



NC-57 



6, 
7. 
8. 
9. 

10, 

11, 
12. 
13. 
li*. 
15. 
16. 
17, 



Total Housing Units 

Total Occupied Units 

Owner Occupied Units 

Number of Units In 1 

unit structures 

No, Units in 5 or more 

unit structures 

No, deteriorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built 1950-March I960 

Median Persona per oeouplad 

unit 

Units with 1.01 Persona per 

room or more 

Median No. rooms 

Units reporting rent 

No. rentals under $li0.00 

No. rentals $l40 - 79 

No, rentals $80 and over 

Median gross rent 

No. reporting no auto available 



8,608 
8,U*9 
7,161* 

7.6U3 

39 

52U 

121 

2,1*92 

3.1* 

579 

5.7 

1,285 

21* 
U80 
711 

81* 
1*26 



2,l4l7 

2,358 
2,006 

2,069 

5 

270 

90 

1*50 

3.1* 

171 

5.6 
352 

125 
218 

85 
N.R. 



3,0H9 
3,01*1* 
2,618 

2,826 

29 
111 

11 
785 

3.3 

175 
5.9 
1*26 

130 

267 

91 

N.R. 



3,102 
3.01*7 
2,5U0 

2,726 

5 
11*3 

20 
1,257 

3.6 

233 

5.7 

507 

2U 

233 

226 

78 

N.R. 

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TOWN 
TOTAL 



NC-1 MC-2 



Ni-f NC-1, NC-S NC-6 NC-7 BC-C HC-9 NC-IO BC-ll nc-lZ 



1. Populfttlon i960 

2. Populntion 1950 

3. Psrcentape of Chango 
It, Hals Population I960 

5. Hon-uhlte Population 

6. Total Forolpi Stock 

7. No. of Harriod couples 

8. Couples vlth own household 

9. Couples with own children 
Undor IB yoaro of age 

10. Population In group quairters 

11. Population 5 yrs. and wrer 

12. I ton 11, sane res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 
111. 25 yrs. or oTer-Hedian 

school years completed 

15. Total no. families 

16. No. incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and aver 

20. Median family Income 



5U,0Ui 
57,589 
-6.2 
23,768 
559 
29,989 
11,937 
U,60l 

5,3U9 

l,ei45 

50,8614 

27,266 

1»,71|2 

12.6 

111, 079 

1,225 

3,11)2 

14,01.7 

5,665 



li,602 

1»,969 
-7.I4 

1,828 
133 

2,li06 
939 
925 

278 

209 

li,U60 

2,158 

609 

12.7 
1,170 
111 
179 
267 
613 



U,l476 

I»,8a6 

-8.1, 

1,917 

66 

2,838 

991 

97I1 

31.5 

255 

U,230 

2,27ll 

38U 

12.6 

1,155 

95 

318 

395 

3^7 



1,,S60 
U,9liO 
-7.7 
2,123 
1,2 
2,856 
1,U6 
1,071 

532 

108 

U,353 

1,979 

Uli2 

12.6 
1,260 
122 
315 
1.58 
365 



U,715 
l.,880 

-3.U 
2,01,8 
hh 
2,775 
1,061 
1,032 

1.90 

170 

l»,1.85 

2,276 

5U0 

12.5 
1,186 
102 
170 
1.65 
Ui9 



1,,768 
5,080 
■6.2 
2,052 
63 
3,121 
1,103 
1,085 

1.52 

107 

l.,551 

2,123 

U31 

12.5 
1,323 

86 

38 



301 

the 

1.83 



U,695 
li,6l9 
-2.6 
1,952 
23 
2,1,63 
1,062 
1,031 

I4S3 

199 

U,l»95 

2,321 

5li5 

12.9 
1,256 
126 
182 
275 
675 



3,771, 

1»,326 

-12.8 

1,655 

26 

2,167 

819 

807 

UOl, 

70 

3,52U 

1,916 

307 

12.lt 

1,008 

96 

303 

289 

320 



14,728 

5,ll4l. 

-fl.l 

2,006 
61, 

2,670 
923 
919 

3I43 

263 

U,li71 

1,890 
580 

12.5 

1,232 

153 

310 

Uott 
365 



3,092 

U.UU, 
-30.J4 

1,1,02 

35 

1,61,2 

565 

565 

320 

61 

2,796 

1,628 

118 

10.7 
786 
121, 
311 
2U3 
108 



l4,059 

3,596 

13.7 

1,898 

15 

1,671. 

810 

779 

U9U 

25 

3,605 

2,27U 

III4 

12.1 
967 
79 
397 
266 
225 



14,329 

14,210 

28.2 

1,873 

22 

1,890 

962 

9I1O 

I453 

152 

l»,05U 

2,596 

L06 

12.8 

1,025 

50 

161 

109 

625 



6,216 
6,295 

-1.3 
3.01U 
26 
3,187 
1,586 
1,553. 

765 

226 

5,83U 

3,631 

258 

12.9 

1,709 

81 

168 

350 

1,090 



$8;386$10,560 $7,367 $7,1*31. $8,U90 $8,355$10,ei3 $7,1.32 $7,366 $5,6U $6,082$ll4,668$13,157 



TABLE II AOE AND ECO- 


TOWN 


























NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL JC-1 NC-2 1 


«:-3 1 


UC-l. 1 


!IC-5 1 


HC-6 HO-7 1 


llC-6 1 


JC-9 1 


«)-10 lIC-11 1 


K-12 

1 


1, Persons under 5 yrs. old 

2, Persons 5 - 14 yrs. old 


3,160 


136 . 


2I46 


'207 


230 


217 


200 


250 


257 


296 


1,8U 


275 


382 


6,366 


273 


I420 


551 


527 


1.30 


U9U 


U.3 


1.12 


1.97 


721 


6I42 


956 


3, Persons 65 and over 


8,902 


1,151 


1,012 


751, 


65U 


895 


797 


51.9 


1,010 


U16 


1.50 


500 


506 


L. Persons 21 yrs. and over 


1,0,256 


3,625 


3,538 


3,1)20 


3,599 


3,776 


3,585 


2,755 


3,775 


2,061. 


2,571 


3.021 


a,327 


5. Persons ll, yrs. and over 


15,166 


l.,225 


3,8U3 


3,866 


1,022 


14,162 


14,069 


3,130 


l4,10U 


2,31.9 


2,938 


3,1.00 


a,976 


6. No. of item 5 in Civilian 




























Labor force 


25,62U 


2,269 


2,152 


2,273 


2,273 


2,U30 


2,232 


1,838 


2,313 


1,1.76 


1,73U 


2,006 


2,628 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


2ll,932 


2,219 


2,113 


2,239 


2,198 


2,351 


2,210 


1,756 


2,228 


1,U35 


1,659 


1,961. 


2,560 


6. Professional, Technical, 




























Managers, Officials, and 




























Proprietors 


9,601 


996 


8147 


788 


937 


927 


1,035 


537 


898 


223 


311. 


775 


1,322 


9. Clerical and Sales 


7,U12 


625 


756 


752 


698 


651 


632 


1.99 


6U1. 


1.37 


1.59 


387 


672 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


1,1.93 


63 


132 


15U 


115 


11.8 


51. 


161 


167 


1U3 


19a 


57 


105 


11. Operatives 


1,366 


61. 


103 


159 


106 


126 


78 


107 


107 


230 


16U 


71 


51 


12. Private Household, aervloe. 




























laborers 


3,300 


290 


171 


167 


175 


169 


235 


302 


265 


316 


,1.50 


1.89 


251 


13. Harried women in labor force. 




























Husband present 


3,186 


19U 


320 


388 


290 


35U 


257 


238 


268 


192 


21.5 


225 


215 


II4. Automobile to work 


U,067 


72I4 


983 


980 


1,003 


1,010 


1,008 


691 


91.7 


I.7I4 


677 


9U 


1,679 




: 7,633 


772 


703 


723 


7U8 


931 


673 


523 


695 


523 


536 


382 


I,2l4 


16. WalJc to work 


2,31i* 


2I4I 


191 


11.9 


166 


12U 


82 


273 


306 


30I4 


290 


95 


83 


TABLE III CHAHACTERISTICS 


Tovm 


























OF DHELLIMQ UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-1 


NC-2 


NC-3 


NC-U 


KC-5 


NO-6 


NC-7 


MC-6 


HC-9 


HC-IO 


HC-ll 


NC-12 


1. Total Housing Units 


19,61.6 


2,219 


1,7^9 


1,613 


1,861 


1,967 


1,670 


1,33U 


1,914. 


1,026 


1,169 


1,186 


1,858 


2. Total Occupied Unite 


18,9SU 


2,112 


1,729 


i,5uo 


1,751. 


1,679 


1,606 


1,2U7 


1,893 


991 


l,lli6 


1,168 


1,8U9 


3. Ownar Occupied Unite 


6,187 


309 


261, 


51 '8 


528 


1.21 


589 


1.39 


289 


196 


U3I4 


900 


1,310 


1.. Number of Units in 1 




























unit structures 


5,976 


590 


223 


lyl. 


316 


2U 


8«3 


325 


261 


70 


286 


968 


1,626 


5. No, units in 5 or more 




























unit structures 


6,815 


1,U01 


1,021 


1.00 


891 


1,020 


317 


a5 


929 


185 


206 


30 




6. No. deteriorating 


916 


33 


92 


102 


21 


13 


1 


11.7 


23 


233 


152 


86 


h 


7. • Ho. dilapidated 

8. Units built 1950-March i960 


09 
1,61,1 


2 
77 


6 
162 


3 








1 


1 


60 


11 


1> 

20U 


1 


"" 198 


120 


80 


89 


161 




179 


371 


9. Median persons per occupied 




























unit 


2.U 


1.8 


2.2 


2.6 


2.3 


2.2 


2.5 


2.5 


2.1 


2.6 


3.3 


3.3 


3.0 


10. Units with 1.01 peroona per 




























room or more 


508 


30 


39 


18 


23 


16 


23 


1,2 


37 


87 


132 


28 


25 


11. Median no. roorae 


5.2 


h.l 


I4.7 


5.6 


1..9 


h.l 


6.0 


5.6 


1..U 


5.0 


5.1. 


7.5 


6.5 


12. Units reporting rent 


12,757 


1,793 


1,1.65 


1,072 


1,226 


1,U58 


1,017 


008 


1,60U 


795 


712 


263 


539 


13. Mo. rentals under $1.0.00 


U96 


111 


57 


Ui 


53 


32 


— . — 


19 


69 


71 


19 


I4 


17 


11,. No. rentals $1,0 - 79 


2,063 


213 


237 


108 


90 


132 


20 


200 


21.9 


I4OO 


37U 


3a 


26 


15. No. rentals $fl0 and over 


9,95U 


1,1.25 


1,163 


901. 


1,063 


1,263 


989 


566 


1,238 


321. 


3U 


201 


187 


16, Median groos rent 


121 


11,0 


lU 


101 


110 


118 


13U 


9h 


103 


55 


60 


102 


133 


17. No. reporting no auto eTallable 5,302 


711* 


552 


I4I.8 


582 


57U 


387 


393 


58U 


501. 


352 


97 


115 



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TABUS I CllAnACTERISTICS 
OF TllE POl-VIUTION • 



I. Population 19f)0 
7. Population 1950 

3, PerconUgo of Chang* 

Ij. Hale Population 

■;, Hon-vMle Population 

6, Total Foreign Stock 

7, No. of Married couplee 

8, Coiiplos with mm household 

9, Coiiplfs with crvn children 
Under 18 year,', of a^e 

10, Popul«tlon in group quarUr* 

II. Population S ye. and oTar 

12. It«» 11, «tm« r«a, 1S55 

13. 1955 roB. oulelde SHSA 

III. 25 ym, or over-Median 
echool years oomplit«d 

15. Total no, farlllea 

16. No. Incomes under $3000 

17. t3 - 5999 
16. ti . 9999 

19. $10,000 and o»er 

20. Hadlan family InooM 





















cm 




















TOTAL 


fte-i 


HC-2 


tr-j 


HC-lj 


W.5 


IC-6 


W-7 


IC-8 


fC-9 


107. 71A 


2,507 


l,^' 


7.51V 


3,083 


3,oia 


2,992 


3,305 


2,629 


3,706 


I20,7li0 


2,P9l. 


2,01, 


J, 328 


l.,l=50 


3,976 


3,295 


3,055 


3,105 


1»,111 


-10.8 


. -13. Ij 


-16.' 


-2b. 3 


-10.7 


-23.5 • 


-9.2 


8.2 


17.5 


-9.9 


53,19li 


1,309 


0?i 


l,i:^i> 


l,3Wi 


1,U.2 


i,m5 


1,623 


1,276 


1,693 


6,707 


6 


15 


7 


212 


531 


8 


8L 


39 


110 


li6,?P0 


1,1.02 


9'vl 


l,37U 


1,1x13 


1,L91 


1,760 


1,737 


1,352 


1.982 


19,liU 


I47I 


3'0 


523 


b30 


620 


616 


580 


566 


707 


19,092 


I47I 


310 


510 


I425 


610 


63? 


572 


557 


68U 


9,9?1 


332 


172 


333 


282 


325 


36I4 


358 


3liO 


390 


U,938 


197 


31 






71 


12 


_ — 


23 


201 


9B,li6l 


2,265 


1,518 


2,231 


2,666 


8,7L0 


2,666 


2,907 


2,357 


3,1.30 


1(7,506 


1,320 


9L2 


1,L92 


1,307 


l,6l42 


1,367 


1,700 


1,252 


1,650 


16,207 


66 


26 


18 


Bb 


163 


128 


I42 


132 


2B6 


12.0 


9.5 


8.7 


8.5 


8.9 


10.2 


B.9 


9.1 


8.6 


U.l 


2li,l.90 


590 


li30 


699 


702 


787 


807 


799 


6B0 


879 


3,7U2 


lU 


90 


101 
291 


255 


126 


lli9 


155 


107 


131 


0,763 


250 


165 


321 


297 


26l4 


31.8 


302 


275 


7,732 


226 


1C.6 


277 


90 


271 


332 


226 


215 


332 


li,253 


LO 


1.9 


25 


♦3,7^ 


9i 


63 


70 


56 


iia 


♦5,923 


♦5,713 


♦5,211 


♦5,321 


♦5,722 


♦5.695 


♦5,0U2 


♦5,500 


♦6.335 



TAnU. II AGE Am ECO- 


CITY 




















NOMIC C11AP>CTERIETIC3 


TOTAL 


HO-l 


w;-r 


MC-3 


»C-li 


HC-5 


MD.4S 


MC-7 


»e-8 


K-9 


1. Persone under 5 yra. old 


9,251 


2b2 


157 


288 


bl8 


301 


325 


395 


272 


276 


2, Persons 5 - ll* jrra. 


13.800 


b35 


28 ) 


b6b 


856 


b58 


501 


702 


bUi 


b55 


3. PerBons 65 and over 


12,629 


263 


210 


22b 


280 


366 


30b 


. 350 


297 


159 


b, Peracns 21 yrs. and over 


71,b60' 


1,6<)2 


1,110 


1,552 


1,531 


2,035 


1,91.0 


l,9b7 


1,696 


2,635 


5. Peroons lb yrs, and over 


85,767 


1,063 


1,263 


1,802 


1,867 


2,316 


2,2Ui 


2,251 


l,9bO 


3,023 


6. Ho. of Item 5 In ClTlllan 






















Ijibor force 


b6,76b 


1,020 


711 


1,050 


067 


l,b75 


1,287 


1,333 


1,073 


1,609 


7. No, of item 6 employtid 


b6,198 


952 


657 


993 


831 


l,b26 


1,138 


1,251 


995 


1,75U 


8, Profesfllonal, Teclinloal, 






















Hanagera, Officials, and 






















Proprietors 


12,Ob5 


7b 


82 


73 


56 


Ibfl 


93 


01 


36 


b66 


9. Clerical and Sales 


11,395 


210 


157 


187 


123 


320 


218 


2I1O 


11)7 


516 


10. Crafl?nen, foramen 


• b,096 


05 


91 


105 


87 


127 


163 


159 


167 


151 


11. OparatlTos 


7,938 


292 


•200 


388 


277 


392 


Ui7 


bOO 


363 


313 


12. Private Houeohold, sarrlos, 






















laborers 


6,939 


175 


77 


165 


la 


250 


176 


20b 


166 


253 


13. Harried women in labor force, 






















Husbsnd present 


6,B02 


165 


111 


U47 


Sb 


189 


252 


■ 17b 


21l4 


22b 


1h. Aitoinoblle to work 


16,910 


301 


■ 262 


332 


2b8 


b77 


b83 


I166 


385 


625 


15. Hillrcad, subway, bu« to vork 13,365 


253 


lib 


18U 


212 


150 


290 


302 


281, 


598 


16. Walk to work 


8,990 . 


206 


233 


366 


. 2b2 


328 


316 


386 , 


226 


315 


TADIi. Ill CHAIiACTIMSTICa 


cirr 




















OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-1 


tt;-2 


MC-3 


m-h 


Mn.5 


W-6 


HC-7 


MS-8 


HC.9 


1. Totcl llouilnR Units 


35,330 


730 


Sli9 


828 


9b8 


1,027 


935 


1,033 


662 


1,285 


2. Totnl Occijpliid Units 


3b, 2 5b 


701 


5?^ 


709 


903 


986 


90b 


992 


631 


' 1,231 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


7,708 


2ub 


117 


217 


70 


206 


153 


lb8 


166 


265 


b. Hunbar of units In 1 






















unit Bti-ucturea 


U.llh 


12b 


39 


275 


72 


57 


13 


193 


70 


155 


5. No. unlta In 5 or nor* 






















ujilt structures 


13,061 


51 


26 


119 


693 


231 


28b 


256 


220 


366 


6. No. doli^rlorating 


b.nb 


169 


162 


257 


119 


317 


66 


198 


316 


169 


7. IIo. dllcpldated 


1,09b 


lOli 


10 


157 


10 


93 


U 


69 


101 


70 


8. Units built 1950-Haroh I960 


l.b31 


_- - 






.11 






227 


b 




9. Median persona per oocupied 






















unit 


2.3 


3.0 


2.6 


2.9 


^•8 


2.7 


3.0 


2,9 . 


2.8 


2.b 


10. Units with 1,01 persona per 






















rocr, or nor* 


2,b50 


79 


69 


123 


: 163 


' ull 


93 


150 


9b 


53 


11, Median no, rooms 


b.5 


b,6 


b.3 


I4.2 


b.3 


b.e 


ei"i 


b.7 


b.8 


12, Units roporting rent 


26,5b5 


b97 


boo 


572 


638 


7C0 


751 


665 


9b6 


13. No, rentals undnr $ljO,00 
lit. Ho, ronUlo $140-79 


1,327 
ll,96fl 


22 


20 


61 


2b9 


19 


32 


80 


31 


32 


'11 


356 


b78 


530 


, 559 
■ lyil 


. 627 


635 


5bb 


323 


15, Mo, rentols $flO and artr 


12,013 


1 20 


3) 


B 


8b 


125 


73 


S?5 


16. Kedl«ii grooj rint 


79 


65 


61 


. 54 


71 


6b 


58 


6] 


66 


17. No, wportlne no luto tvillabl* 13,516 


899 


•283 


328 


. Hit 


502 


372 


508 


ih9 


liSO 



VTJZ 



CAMBRIDGE 
(continued) 



P.t 



TABLE I continued 



HC-IO MC-ll NC-12 K:-13 IClli m^S tC-U NE-17 NC-lS NCI? 



1. Population I960 


3,583 


1»,71S 


3,200 


l.,97lt 


2,279 


3,031. 


5,882 


6,078 


li,911t 


U,198 


t. Population 1950 


l»,291 


5,935 


l»,102 


5,399 


2,835 


3.536 


6,015 


'''PI 


5,269 


l.,827 


3, Percentage of Change 


-16.5 


-20.6 


-21.9 


-7.9 


-19.6 


-U.2 


-2.2 


.lb.8 


-6.7 


-13.0 


b. Hide Popiaatlon 


1,859 


3,373 


1,552 


2,327 


1,103 


1,1.140 


5'^5 


''52° 


2,172 


3,386 


5. Non-white Population 


208 


U91 


282 


233 


699 


1,123 


286 


168 


162 


218 


6. Total Foreign Stock 


1,777 


1,769 


l,39lt 


2,ltlt7 


1,085 


1,216 


2,061 


2,317 


8,119 


1,118 


7. No. of Harried couplet 


609 


Ii61 


660 


1,078 


125 


557 


880 


761 


996 


31.9 


6. Couples with own household 


596 


lt56 


655 


1,070 


U21 


550 


, 872 


71.5 


983 


31.2 


9. Couples with own ehildrea 






















Under 18 jrears of age 


201 


leit 


371 


557 


261. 


336 


1.39 


263 


318 


)22 


10. Population in group qnartan 


236 


«,276 


5 


56 


12 




1,573 


2,168 


120 


•,611. 


U. Population 5 7"' ">* "^r 


3,359 


l.,500 


2,6blt 


1,539 


2,037 


8,653 


5,li72 


5,BU1 


b.61.2 


b,0lt5 


12. Item 11, sone res. 19$5 


1,592 


1,222 


1,619 


2,155 


1,217 


1,528 


1,556 


1,821 


1,776 


61.2 


13. 1955 re3. ouUlde 3HSA 


y^s 


1,810 


213 


350 


65 


173 


8,297 


8,11.6 


1,201 


2,01.6 


iL. 25 yrs. or ovar^<edl«ii 






















school years coaipleted 


U.b 


ll.lt 


10.1 


10.6 


9.5 


10.0 


15.2 


12.7 


12.7 


12.2 


15. Total no. families 


756 


602 


830 


1,307 


561 


793 


1,137 


1,000 


1,275 


1.22 


16. No. Inccaies under tiOM 


169 


125 


125 


252 


75 


186 


223 


17U 


159 


92 


17. $3 - 5999 


2Bti 


20L 


351 


1.71 


272 


?28 


3Ja 


279 


1.72 


15b 


18. »6 - 9999 


207 


151 


273 


i.26 


171. 


252 


339 


31.2 


l|l|l 


131 


19. $10,000 and orer 


96 


122 


81 


158 


1.0 


27 


•6,0$ 


205 


■ 203 


1.5 


20. Hedlan fanlljr Ibocm 


♦5,235 


•5,500 


•5,630 


•5,653 


•5,379 


•it.700 


•6,1.65 


•6.053 


•5,36b 


nnr. II continued 


W-IO 


ND-ll 


NB-12 


MB-13 


HB-ll. 


HB-15 


NB-16 


IC.17 


n:-i8 


MB-19 


1. Parsons under 5 jrrs. old 


22li 


211. 


356 


1.35 
691 


2U3 


381 


lao 


237 


272 


155 


2. Persons 5 - lit yrs. old 


320 


287 


526 


bo5 


5U6 


391 


259 


?S 


183 


3. Persons 65 and over 

U. Persons 21 yrs. and ever 


607 


336 


319 


729 


195 


321 


585 


801. 


llt6 


8,822 


2,811. 


2,030 


3,519 


1,1.05 


1,860 


i*.6la 


3,935 


It, 120 


»,201 


5. Persons lit yrs. and over 


3,066 


tt,2L2 


2,358 


3,901 


1,668 


8,151 


5,110 


5,599 


l.,3l.9 


3,875 


6. No. of Iten 5 in Civilian 














- 








Labor force 


1,790 


2,151 


1,393 


2,191 


1,032 


1,208 


2,555 


2,953 


2,879 


1,519 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


l,7ltO 


2,02U 


1,299 


2,121 


1,090 


1,113 


8,1.91. 


2,882 


2,796 


l,b99 


6. Professional, Technical, 






















Managers, Offiolala, and 






















Proprietors 


bltO 


683 


188 


275 


75 


93 


1,259 


1,139 


1,161 


b62 


9. Clerical and Sales 


313 


251 


567 


211 


178 


636 


696 


7U. 


1.02 


10. Craftanen, foraaien 


183 


131. 


227 


2U 


10). 


120 


118 


188 


158 


5b 


11. Operatives 


263 


261 


367 


558 


285 


353 


115 


193 


220 


116 


12. Private Household, nrwiat. 


' 




















laborers 


306 


382 


167 


357 


266 


816 


212 


U31 


303 


256 


13. Karrlad women in labor foTM, 






















Husband present 


2ia 


131. 


239 


389 


169 


828 


31.0 


31.2 


1.36 


11.5 


111. Automobile to work 


liS9 


351. 


599 


9U3 


S 


399 


88U 


782 


1,013 


273 


15. Railroad, subway, but to VMft 


6U 


386 


366 


696 


360 


609 


690 


899 


838 


16. Walk to work 


- b28 


801. 


197 


3U. 


177 


167 


520 


830 


51.0 


519. 


TABLR III continued 


W-IO 


MD-11 


MC-12 


MC.13 


M3-1U 


WJL5 


(6-16 


ie-17 


MC-18 


MO-19 


1. Total Housing Units 


1,671 


960 


1,086 


1,765 


722 


1,01.2 


1,7U8 


1,950 


2,371 


610 


2. Total Occupied Units 


^•42 


932 


1,029 


1,701. 


691 


996 


1,712 


1,908 


2,300 


588 


3, Ownor Occupied Units 


188 


76 


2li9 


372 


150 


218 


337 


219 


186 


95 


U, Nisnber of units In 1 






















unit structures 


117 


75 


99 


209 


12U 


Ut 


398 


85 


73 


b6 


S. No. units in 5 or mors 






















unit structures 


l,OUi 


lt85 


21.6 


577 


163 


109 


• 670 


1,37U 


1,8U 


166 


6. No. deterloratlnc 


UO 


U5 


331 


11.2 


202 


297 


152 


89 


UO 


, 222 


7. No. dilapidated 


29 


29 


106 


32 


21 


66 


19 


1 


53 


1.5 


6. Units built 1950-Maroh I960 


It6 


220 




16 


8 


.126 


8 


8 


6 




9. Hedlan persons per ooetipied 












, " 










unit 


1.5 


2.2 


2.7 


2.1. 


3.0 


' *•* 


2.2 


1.7 


1.8 


2.3 


10. Units with 1.01 persons psr 






















roon or Bore 


78 


61 


105 


111. 


66 


122 


60 


62 


71. 


36 


11. Median No. rocais 


2.8 


I..5 


lt.7 


U.6 


I..9 


U 


b.l 


3.2 


3.3 


1..5 


12. Units reporting rent 


1,1.25 


856 


7«) 


1,332 


5a 


1,375 


1,689 


2,111. 


b93 


13. Ho. renUls under IliO.OO 


368 


12 


28 


66 


16 


28 


12 


28 


51 


3b 


Ut. No. rentals «1|0 . 79 


579 
l»70 


I.3II 


503 


691. 


3«7 


591 


252 


588 


596 


200 




39J. 


2b6 


' 51.7 


13« 


161 


1,072 


1,009 


1,1.1.7 


8b7 


16, Hsdian gross rsnt 


61 


78 


I& 


76 


68 


4i 


97 


88 


91 


81 


17. No, reporting no auto avallabla 9itO 


Ui? 


?3« 


869 


b66 


817 


876 


865 



TABLE I eontinuod 



CAHBRIDQB 
(oontlnusd) 



P.3 



HC-20 HC-21 MC-22 HC-23 HC-2li W;-2? llC-26 HC-27 IC-20 MC-29 MC-30 



1, Population i960 

2, Population 1950 

3, Percentage oT Change 
It. Hale population 

5. Non-white Population 

6, Total Foralgn Stock 

7« No. of i.arrled couples 

8. Couples with own liouaohold 

9. Couples with uwn chlldron 
Under IS years of ago 

10. Population in group quart«rs 

11. Population 5 yro. and over 

12. Item 11, oaino roo. 195$ 

13. 1955 rea. outaldo SH3A 
111. 25 yrs. or over-Hediafl 

school /ears oonpletad 

15. Total no. fanilios 

16. No, incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family Inoono 



1»,912 


3,1.50 


1,302 


3,676 


2,692 


3,227 


3,71.7 


3,101 


2,679 


I..571 


3,olJ. 


11,986 


3,985 


l.,766 


3,291 


3,089 


3,192 


3,911* 


3,U3l. 


3,163 


3,813 


3,1.57 


-1.5 


-13.1. 


-9.7 


11.7 


-12.9 


1.09 


-I1.3 


-9.7 


-15.3 


19.9 


-12.0 


l,li56 


1,388 


1,608 


1,767 


1,21.8 


1,376 


1,788 


i,ueo 


1,171. 


2,201. 


1,390 


1.9 


53 


39 


31 


390 


55 


566 


376 


116 


91 


99 


1,688 


1,272 


1,186 


1,725 


1,11.2 


1,262 


1,667 


1,51.3 


1,325 


2,01.3 


l.lOl 


679 


6U 


899 


761. 


577 


702 


806 


650 


521 


903 


61.2 


67U 


611 


875 


760 


568 


698 


777 


638 


507 


878 


630 


176 


201. 


153 


U71 


336 


302 


153 


356 


252 


616 


31.9 


1,115 


327 


277 


127 




118 


105 


66 


57 


27 


12U 


l»,7U3 


3,282 


3,953 


3,276 


2,373 


2,983 


3,360 


2,731. 


2,1.26 


3,690 


2,729 


1,671 


1,370 


2,26U 


2,139 


1,511. 


1,382 


2,0U 


I,61i3 


1,U.8 


2,290 


1,7U. 


1,L21 


8)i6 


1.71 


102 


151 


661. 


211 


216 


11.3 


21.3 


96 


15.1 


16* 


1U.7 


11.5 


12.1 


13.7 


12.0 


U.7 


U.l 


10.5 


11.3 


919 


71.0 


1,068 


925 


690 


857 


930 


788 


669 


1,066 


77U 


91. 


65 


90 


78 


1.5 


101. 


101. 


120 


65 


172 


36 


2I4O 


171 


160 


310 


261 


261 


306 


286 


197 


51.3 


336 


282 


196 


232 


356 


250 


227 


312 


272 


26li 


21.0 


290 


303 


308 


586 


181 


131. 


265 


216 


UO 


11.3 


111 


112 


$7,765 


$8,080 


$U,262 $6,573 


$6,U76 


$7,295 


$6,U76 


$5,920 


16,853 


$5,375 


$6,158 



TABLE II continued 


MD-20 


MC-21 


MC-22 


HC-23 


MC-21. 


HC-25 


MC.26 


fC-27 


IC-28 


'w;-29 


HC-30 


1, Persona under 5 yrs. old 


169 


168 


31.9 


Uoo 


319 


2U2 


367 


367 


253 


681 


315 


2. Peraona 5-11. yrs. oJ.d 


182 


219 


516 


668 


1.1.6 


276 


606 


U71. 


369 


1,025 


1*21 


3, Persons 65 and over 


78U 


677 


555 


1.56 


296 


568 


360 


327 


373 


355 


390 


h. Peraona 21 yrs. and over 


3,637 


2,891. 


3,011 


2,32U 


1,758 


2,57U 


2,1.01 


2,029 


1,81.3 


2,519 


2,075 


5. Peraona 11) yro. and over 


U,577 


3,08a 


3,1.95 


2,663 


1,973 


2,721. 


2,735 


2,295 


2,083 


2,929 


2,351 


6. No, of Item 5 In CiTlllan 
























Labor force 


2,382 


1,671 


2,000 


1,1.63 


1,170 


1,57U 


1,686 


1,1*2U 


1,307 


1,580 


1,1*U 


7, No. of Item 6 employed 


2,323 


1,636 


1,980 


1,U11 


1,126 


1,550 


1,633 


1,1.01 


1,277 


1,526 


1,370 


8. Professional, Technical, 
























Managers, Offiolala, and 
























Proprietors 


1,136 


013 ■ 


969 


21.2 


21)8 


700 


267 


233 


253 


170 


191* 


9. Clerical and Sales 


729 


U35 


376 


1.53 


351 


U.8 


U17 


1*58 


1*11 


361 


392 


10, Craftsmen, foremen 


61* 


36 


1.5 


16U 


116 


51. 


218 


217 


110 


208 


210 


11. Operatlvoo 


U. 


51 


92 


266 


155 


51 


300 


22U 


250 


389 


223 


12. Private Household, aerrlet. 
























laborers 


225 


178 


315 


17U 


196 


155 


275 


206 


160 


306 


238 


13, Married women In labor forea. 
























Huaband present 


263 


21.1 


231. 


199 


211 


270 


292 


260 


178 


232 


2U 


Uj, Automobile to work 


809 


523 


917 


676 


535 


633 


739 


561 


1*79 


791* 


607 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


601 


1.55 


liUt 


ia3 


1.6U 


1.57 


552 


577 


5U7 


390 


1.61 


16. Walk to work 


I.2U 


355 


132 


06 


1.0 


131* 


lU 


118 


98 


190 


108 


TABLE in contlnuad 


HC.20 


MC-21 


HC-22 


MC-23 


HC-21. 


MC-25 


HC.26 


HS-27 


HC-26 


IC-29 


JC-30 


1. Total Housing Units 


2,00a 


1,569 


1,321 


1,022 


797 


1,1.22 


1,096 


982 


665 


1,21.3 


667 


2. Total Occupied Unlta 


1,958 


1,1.81 


1,302 


1,011, 


789 


1,379 


1,063 


95U 


653 


1,225 


876 


3, Owner Occupied Units 
U. Number of units in 1 


179 


296 


715 


h06 


311 


21.5 


; 1.77 


323 


275 


1.30 


UOl 
























unit structures 


221 


22lt 


538 


223 


UO 


235 


; IM 


109 


77 


272 


61 


5. No. units in 5 or more 
























unit structures 


1,1,88 


982 


59 


117 


36 


615 


52 


100 


126 


392 


33 


6. No, deteriorating 


25 


16 


21 


25 


8 


23 


106 


131. 


67 


52 


9b 


7. No. dilapidated 


3 


>-_— 


2 


5 




7 


9 


21 


1 


11. 


13 


8. Units built 1950-Harch I960 


16 


u 


U 


159 


20 


129 


': 85 


3 




335 




9. Median persons per occupied 














. ( 










unit 


1,7 


1,8 


2.7 


3.3 


3.1 


2.0 


3.1 


2.7 


^ 2.6 


3.1. 


3.0 


10. Units with 1,01 persons p«r 
























room or more 


26 


32 


26 


101 


58 


3a 


100 


60 


52 


209 


53 


11« Median no, rooms 


3.1. 


3.9 


6.5 


5.2 


5.5 


3.9 


5.2 


5.0 


5.0 


1..9 


5.3 


12. Units roporting rent 


1,779 


1,185 


587 


608 


1*78 


1,131* 


605 


631 


578 


795 


1.75 


13. Ho. rentals under $1.0,00 





2U 


h 


18 




16 




8 


29 


12 


U 


ill. No. rentals tliO - 79 


295 


200 


1.5 


217 


115 


. 319 


""228 


295 


267 


537 


167 


15» Mo, rentals $80 and over 


1,1*35 


893 


511. 


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363 


771 


377 


316 


278 


21.2 


273 


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103 


109 


115 


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92 


91. 


88 


81 


79 


69 


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19U 


21A 


190 


1.17 


296 


361 


299 


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OK THE I'GI'UUTrOH 


TOTAL 


3C-) 


SC-2 


SC-3 


SC-li 


sc-S 


SC-6 


SC.7 


1. Population I960 


33,70U 


8,667 


7,1.65 


737 


5,636 


516 


14,155 


6,326 


2. Population 1950 


38,912 


10,2914 


7,016 


518 


e.sw 


667 


5,281 


6,596 


3. Percentage of Change 


-I3.I4 


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6.I4 


I42.3 


-31.6 


-22.6 


-21.3 


-I4.I 


h. Male I'opulation I960 


16,796 


14,197 


3,575 


666 


2,872 


379 


2,028 


3,079 


5. Non-uhlte Population 


383 


28 


2 


13 


277 


18 


3a 


11 


6. Total Koreifn Stock 


17,151 


14,371 


3,516 


I4I46 


2,987 


76 


2,178 


3,575 


7. No. of Harried coupjes 


7,17l4 


1,865 


1,687 




l.ivi 


32 


868 


1,531 


8. Couples with own household 


7,039 


1,829 


l,66l4 




1,166 


32 


8I49 


1,199 


9. Couples with own children 


















under 18 years of age 


li,ia6 


1,100 


l,ul7 




656 


32 


I47U 


859 


10, Population in ni'oup quarters 


i.hwr 


73 


US 


732 


112 


378 


121 


6 


11. Population 5 ys. and over 


30,506 


7.822 


6,679 


736 


5,263 


I491 


3.790 


5,725 


12. Item 11, same res. 1955 


17,752 


a.691 


14,212 


280 


2,997 


35 


2,208 


3,329 


13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 


1,210 


287 


105 


96 


112 


361 


86 


163 


lU. 25 yrs. or over-Mediiui 


















school years completed 


9.8 


10.2 


11. 1 


8.8 


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8.8 


IO.I4 


15. Total no. fajniljea 


8,6148 


2,300 


1,990 




1,507 


32 


1,108 


1,711 


)6. No. incones under $3000 


1,61,5 


U08 


265 





398 





312 


262 


17. $3 - 5999 


3,61? 


922 


760 




660 


12 


I480 


778 


18. $6 - 999 


2,600 


7I4I 


731 




356 


It 


2)10 


528 


19. $10.U00 and over 


791 


229 


23I4 





93 


16 


76 


1143 


20. Median family income 


$5,298 


$5,520 


$5,899 




$l4,520 





$14.5149 


$5,327 



TADLE II AGE AND ECO- 
KOmC CHARACTERISTICS 



CI'IT 
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SC-6 



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1. 

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Persona under 5 yrs, old 

Pfirsons 5 - II4 yrs, ojd 

Porsona 6$ and over 

Persons ?1 yrs. and over 

Persona lU yro. ard over 

No. of Item 5 in Civilian 

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Profe.iaional , Technical, 

Managero, Officials, and 

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Clerical and Sales 

Craftsnen, foremen 

^eratives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married wonen in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to vrark 

Walk to work 



3,202 

5,585 

li,035 

21,951 

25,383 


0),6 
1,1429 

927 
5,636 
6,528 


786 
1,U19 

699 
li,63l4 
5,365 


3 

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725 
73I4 


575 

951 

8I4I4 

3,830 

14,388 


13,153 
12.I4OI 


3,503 
3,333 


2,971 
2,818 


157 
157 


2,196 
2,058 


l,65l4 
3,192 
l,70L 
3,201 


I426 
816 
501 
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U57 
880 
U15 

520 


68 
7 

8 


210 
338 
282 

71.1 


1,661 


I4IO 


369 


I47 


299 


1,798 
5.125 
3,3140 
2,529 


399 

1,327 

885 

753 


U90 

1,52U 

701 

261 


15 
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255 
700 
552 
582 



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I455 

66 



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20 



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587 

571 

2,823 

3,25l4 

1,650 
1,537 



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361 
160 
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265 

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I478 
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l,16l4 

655 
l4,oi6 
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2,610 
2,li90 



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760 
3I46 
616 

286 

391 

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TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 








OF DlftXLING UNITS 


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SC-1 


SC.2 


1. 


Total Housing Units 


10,6148 


2,87l4 


2,218 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


8,15l4 


2,723 


2,162 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


2,882 


878 


860 


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Number of Units in 










1 unit structures 


2,267 


I48I4 


1.56 


5. 


No. Units in 5 or more 










Unit structures 


1,367 


I490 


387 


6. 


No. deteriorating 


1,512 


2/8 


188 


7. 


No. dilapidated 


758 


93 


22 


8. 


Units buildt 1950J<arch I960 


572 


78 


353 


9. 


Median Porsonfl per occupied 










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2.9 


2.9 


3.2 


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Units with 1,01 persons per 










room or mere 


822 


196 


175 


11. 


Median No, rooms 


I4.8 


I4.8 


5.0 


12. 


Units reporting rent 


7,2314 


l,8l45 


1,302 


13, 


No. rentals under $li0.00 


311 


90 




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No. rentals $l40 . 79 


I4.69I 


1.217 


733 


15. 


No. rentals $8u and over 


2,152 


506 


565 


16. 


Median f^rosa rent 


70 


70 


77 


17. 


No. reporting no auto available U,279 


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SC.6 



SC-7 



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2,162 


33 


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1,897 


1,9140 


32 


1.382 


1,856 


323 


2 


296 


523 


619 


27 


605 


76 


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266 


726 





220 


100 


U72 


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20 


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113 


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2.6 


3.2 


203 


2 


109 


135 


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1,637 


32 


1,086 


1,332 


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1,237 




788 


716 


238 


32 


215 


596 


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TABLE I CHMUCTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



Tovm 

TOTAL 



EC-10 



EC-11 



1. 
2. 
3. 

ll. 

5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 
11, 

12 < 
13. 

lli, 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



Population I960 21,^26 

Population 1950 15,720 

Percentage of Change 39.5 

Male Population 1960 10,616 

Hon-v/hite Population hi 

Total Foreign Stock 7,W5 

No. of Married couples U,557 

Couples with ovm Household U,510 
Couples with own children 

Under 18 years of age 2,87li 
Population in group quarters 2,695 

Population 5 yrs. and over 19,1iIj7 

Item 11, same res. 1955 11,005 

1955 yea. outside SflSA 1,868 
25 yrs. or over-Mediaji 

school years completed 10,1 

Total no. families 5,016 

No. incomes under $3000 Uit5 

$3 - 5999 1,335 

$6 - 9999 2,321 

$10,000 and over 915 

Median family Income $7,017 



19,389 

12,893 

50.U 

9,396 

30 

5,821, 

U,538 

U,U9l 

2,862 

206 

I6,911i 

9,506 

1,U,0 

12.3 

U,997 

UU5 

1,329 

2,321 

902 

$7,013 



2,537 

2.827 

-10.3 

1,220 

17 

1,591 

19 

19 

12 

2,lib9 

2,533 

l,li99 

lj28 

8.8 

19 



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TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



TaVM 
TOTAL 



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

7. 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12, 

13. 

Il4. 

15. 
16, 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

Persons $ - Ih yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons II4 yrs. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

I^bor force 

No. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foremen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 

Walk to work 



2,lj80 

3,921 

2,560 

li4,178 

15,812 

7,8U 
7,655 



1,7H0 
1,673 
1,357 
1,398 

1,062 

1,150 

6,115 

232 

62I4 



2,1;75 

3,913 

l,77h 

11,717 

13,286 

7,688 
7,502 



1,750 
1,665 
1,351 
l,39h 

973 

1,U46 

6,091 

232 

50U 



786 
2,1461 
2,526 

153 
153 



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6 
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120 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF n JELLING UNITS 



Tovm 

TOTAL 



EC-10 



EC-11 



1. Total Housing Units 5,699 

2. Total Occuaied Units 5,621 

3. Owner Occupied Units U,J»Olj 
l|. Number of Units in 1 

Unit structures l^ 70I1 

5. No. Units in 5 or more 

Unit structures 11,0 

6. No. deteriorating liJO 

7. No. dilapidated U8 

8. Units built 1950-March i960 2,lli7 

9. Median Persons per occupied 

unit 3.2 

10. Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 376 

11. Median No. rooms ^.1, 

12. Units reportin:: rent 1,217 

13. No. rentals under $U0.00 36 
111. No. rentals $li0 - 79 555 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 561t 

16. Median gross rent 80 

17. No. reporting no auto available H.R. 



5,877 
5,602 

ll,l*0l4 

lt,685 

137 

1*50 

I18 

2,lli7 

3.2 

375 

5.U 

1,19a 

36 

536 

561, 

80 

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TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 


TOWN 


OF 


TOE POl'UUTION 


TOTAL 


1. 


Population I960 


23,869 


2. 


Population 1950 


18,U87 


1. 


Percentage of Change 


29.1 


u. 


Male Population 1960 


H,l,2li 


?. 


Non-white Population 


29 


6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


9,1.93 


7. 


No. of Married couples 


5,a26 


8. 


Couples with own household 


5,311 


9. 


Couples with own children 






Under 18 years of age 


3,352 


10. 


Population In group quarters 


260 


u. 


Population 5 yrs. and over 


21,010 


1?. 


Item 11, same res. 1955 


12,971 


n. 


1955 ras. outside SM^A 


I,li4l4 


lU. 


25 yrs. or over»Medlan 






school years completed 


12.1 


1$. 


Total DO. families 


6,015 


16. 


No, incomes under $3000 


35U 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


1,697 


18. 


$6 - 9999 


2,592 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


1,372 


20. 


Median family Income 


$7,55U 



HC-22 



NC-23 



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9,li26 
8,573 
9.9 
U,522 
9 
1»,303 
2,192 
2,133 

1,311 

35 

8,332 

5,U31* 
270 

11.6 

2,U60 

17U 

865 

l,oa3 

378 

$6,590 



3,330 

2,725 

22.2 

1,558 
7 

1,108 
70U 
696 

U2U 

216 

3,020 

1,623 

327 

12.7 
780 
U3 
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275 
326 
$8,903 



11,113 
7,189 
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5,3U 
13 
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2,530 
2,1(82 

1,617 
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9,658 

5,91L 

5a7 

12.14 

2,775 
137 
696 

1,37U 

668 
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TABLE II AOE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



k;-22 



NC-23 



NC-2U 



1. 
2. 

3. 

h. 
5. 
6. 



9. 

10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 

11.. 
15. 
16. 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

Persons 5 - 111 yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons 11. yrs. and over 

No. of Item 5 in Civilian 

Labor force 

No. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Managers. Officials, 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foremen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Harried women in labor force, 

Huab.'ind present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 

Walk to work 



2,859 
U,726 
2,170 

ll.,1.2l. 

16,61.3 

9,638 
9,351 



2,135 
2,732 
1,551 
1,383 

1,195 

1,505 

6,362 

1,561 

575 



l,09U 
1,683 
900 
5,855 
6,798 

U,01j3 
3,908 



581 

1,155 

733 

719 

562 

620 

2,607 
725 
265 



310 

616 

1.52 

2,11.3 

2,U1.5 

1,220 
1,200 



1.32 

325 

101 

70 

219 

136 
671. 
200 

lou 



1,1.55 
2,1.27 
616 
6,1.26 
7,1.00 

l.,365 
l.,2l.3 



1,122 

1,252 

717 

59U 

lOit 

7U9 

3,081 
636 
206 



TABLE III CHARACTiLRISTICS 

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TOWN 
TOTAL 



NC-22 



NC-23 



NC-2U 



1. 
2. 
3. 

1.. 

5. 

6. 
7. 



10, 

11, 
12, 

13, 
11., 
15. 
16, 
17. 



Total Housing Units 

Total Occupied Units 

Owner Occupied Units 

Number of units in 1 

unit structures 

No. units in 5 or mora 

unit structures 

No. deteriorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built 1950-tIarch I960 

Median persons per occupied 

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Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 

Median no, rooms 

Units reporting rent 

No. rentals under $li0.00 

No. rentals $1.0 - 79 

No. rentals $U0 and over 

Median gross rent 

No. reporting no auto available 



6,773 
6,608 
5,273 

5,659 

98 
613 

2U5 
1,886 



U27 

1,335 

15 

518 

732 

96 

N.R. 



2,779 
2,707 

1,855 

2,01.5 

35 
1.22 
202 
526 

3.2 

212 

5.5 

852 

7 

386 

1.29 

81 

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621 

58 
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1 
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3.0 

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6.9 

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100 

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2,961 
2,702 

2,793 

5 

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1.2 

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3.6 

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5.9 

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1. 

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TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 
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CITI 

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HC-)i6 


IC-ij7 


lC-)i8 


k:Ji9 


MC-50 


h:-51 


K-$Z 


1. Population 1960 


U3.5U* 


8,958 


9,061j 


7,507 


14,670 


7,320 


I4.238 


1,787 


2. Population X950 


145,982 


7,306 


9,6U6 


8,327 


5,333 


e,ouo 


14,679 


2,651 


3. Percentage of Change 


-5.1 


22.6 


-6.0 


-9.9 


-12.14 


-9.0 


-7.5 


-32.6 


1», Male Population 


20,902 


U,321 


U,298 


3,60U 


2,257 


3,506 


2,021 


895 


5. Non-white Population 


69U 


MU 


182 


15U 


95 


117 


16 


26 


6. Total Foreign Stock 


22,702 


U,153 


U.8I48 


U,090 


2,727 


3,733 


2,316 


835 


7. No. of Married couples 


10,206 


2,089 


2,206 


1.836 


987 


1,670 


1.065 


353 


8. Coujiles with own household 


9,9')0 


2,061 


2,16U 


1,786 


965 


1,625 


I.OI48 


3U1 


9. Couples with own children 


















Under 18 /ears of age 


5.918 


1,317 


1,171 


976 


610 


980 


605 


259 


10. Population In group quarters 


329 


81 





L8 


103 


97 






11. Population 5 )Ts. and over 


39,078 


7,908 


8,2UO 


6,7U5 


14,225 


6,612 


"s'sn 


1.531 


12. Item 11, same rea. 1955 


2U,I.92 


h,932 


5,2l40 


h.hhl 


2,l4l4i4 


u,m 


2,1406 


899 


13. 1955 ros. outside SM:'.A 


1,171 


20n 


315 


120 


162 


189 


103 


78 


111. 25 yrs, or over-Median 


















school years completed 


10.5 


11. h 


10.7 


10.5 


9.a 


10.I4 


10.8 


8.8 


15. Total no. families 


11,683 


2,356 


2,52U 


2,095 


1,176 


1,93U 


1,165 


U33 


16. No. Incomes under $3000 


1,202 


195 


193 


207 


131 


28U 


II4I 


51 


17. $3 - 5999 


U,67l4 


991 


1,015 


789 


I45I4 


780 


I438 


207 


18. $6 - 9999 


i*,306 


905 


965 


796 


I4I45 


656 


385 


15I4 


19. $10,000 and over 


1,501 


265 


351 


303 


1U6 


21I4 


201 


21 


20. Median family Income 


$5,983 


$5,982 


$6,157 


$6,222 


$6,019 


$5,686 


$6,023 


$5,559 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 


CITY 
















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-I46 


M3-147 


HC-I48 


MC-I49 


MC-50 


HC-51 


MC-52 


1. Persona under 5 yrs. old 


14,1466 


1,050 


82U 


762 


U45 


708 


1421 


256 


2. Persons 5 - 111 yrs. old 


7,355 


1,752 


l,l42U 


1,207 


75I4 


1,200 


656 


362 


3. Persons 65 and over 


U,623 


681 


1,123 


785 


553 


858 


U91 


132 


I4. Persona 21 and over 


28,281 


5,l42U 


6,ll42 


l4,9U6 


3.127 


U,828 


2,808 


1,006 


5. Persons Ih and over 


32,298 


6,281 


6,925 


5,6l40 


3,532 


5,526 


3,20l4 


1,190 


6. No, of Item 5 In Civilian 


















Labor force 


18,555 


3,616 


U,oU8 


3,326 


1,989 


3,169 


1,783 


62I4 


7. No. of Item 6 employed 


17,589 


3,1438 


3,870 


3,ll4l4 


1,856 


3,ol40 


1,672 


569 


8. Professional, Technical, 


















Managers, Offloi Is. and 


















Proprietors 


2,272 


I4I42 


508 


391 


230 


I421 


238 


I42 


9. Clerical and Sales 


5,098 


1,0314 


1,138 


9II4 


380 


920 


576 


136 


10. Craftsmen, foreman 


3.02U 


600 


619 


589 


3I47 


I47I4 


282 


113 


11. Operatives 


l4,082 


73? 


926 


706 


599 


6I4O 


3114 


165 


12. Private Household, service. 


















laborers 


2,517 


U75 


573 


I4I8 


281 


I49I4 


167 


109 


13. Harried women in labor force. 


















Husband present 


2,8UO 


605 


6214 


517 


310 


I451 


260 


73 


IJ4, Automobile to work 


9,176 


1.936 


2,036 


1,650 


879 


l,U45 


979 


251 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


5,198 


l.OlIt 


l,26l4 


1,025 


509 


837 


I4O8 


LI4I 


16. Walk to work 


1,8U8 


2814 


208 


282 


33U 


I495 


128 


117 


TABLE III CHAKACThRISTICS 


CITY 
















OF DWELLINO UNITS 


TOTAL 


HC-1I6 


MC-1,7 


MC-148 


HC-I49 


MC-50 


HC-51 


HC-52 


1. Total Housing Units 


13,5146 


2.569 


2,982 


2,3U1 


1,509 


2,295 


1,357 


I493 


2. Total Occupied Units 


13,266 


2.53I4 


2,911 


2,29l4 


1,1461. 


2,25U 


1,332 


1.77 


3. Owner Decupled Units 


5.828 


I.22I4 


1,1460 


1,035 


525 


908 


529 


11.7 


I4. Number of Unite in 


















1 unit structures 


14,087 


1.082 


1,032 


393 


61.7 


508 


261 


I6I4 


5. No. Units in 5 or more 


















Unit structures 


992 


81 


180 


122 


269 


229 


83 


28 


6. No. deteriorating 


l.li56 


79 


356 


203 


311. 


2I4I 


108 


155 


7. No. dilapidated 


197 


16 


35 


23 


Ii4 


35 


36 


38 


8. Units built 195u-March I960 


855 


60U 


I3I4 


16 


20 


12 


69 




9. Median Persons per occupied 


















room 


3.0 


3.3 


2.8 


3.0 


2.6 


2.9 


2.9 


3.5 


10. Units with 1.01 persons per 


















room or more 


898 


2I4O 


II48 


lliO 


98 


135 


65 


72 


11. Median No. rooms 


5.1 


5.1 


5.2 


5.2 


U.9 


5.1 


5.0 


5.0 


12. Units reporting rent 


7,138 


1.310 


1,1.51 


1,259 


939 


1,3146 


803 


330 


13. No. rentals under $li0.00 


II4O 


I4 


I4O 


8 


56 


16 




16 


lU. No. rentals $ljl) - 79 


3,li35 


578 


629 


5ie 


U61J 


6B7 


315 


228 


15. No. rentals $60 and over 


• 3,725 


7u8 


7I49 


721 


383 


622 


Uha 


71. 


16. Median gross rent 


80 


82 


81 


83 


76 


79 


85 


69 


17. No. reporting no auto avallfcble l4,07l4 


N.H. 


N.R. 


N.R. 


N.R. 


N.R. 


N.R. 


N.R. 




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TABLE I CllARACTiLRi:iTlCS 
OF THE POPUUTION 



Tarn 

TOTAL 



HC-lUO 



MC-llil 



MC-Ui2 



MC-lli3 



MC-lUU 



10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 

m. 

15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 
19. 
20, 



Population 1960 
Population 1950 
Percent of Change 
Male Population I960 
Non-white Population 
Total Foreign Stock 
No. of Married couples 
Couples with own household 
Couples with own children 
Under 18 years of age 
Population in c^o^P quarters 
Population 5 yrs. and over 
Item 11, same res. 1955 
1955 res. outside SHSA 
25 yra. or over-Median 
school yrs. corapleteo 
Totil no. families 
No. incomes uncor ::i^j^ 
$3 - 5999 
$6 - y?/> 

10, >00 ;a.l over 

c i . family income 



Uli,526 

28,086 

58.5 

21,099 

27U 

1U,927 

10,027 

9,837 

6,712 

1,892 

38,236 

1?,';j8 

7,U-!-'- 

12. U 

11,028 

806 

2,559 

L,897 

2,766 

$7,1495 



lu,085 
2,905 
2U7.1 
U,9e8 
16 
2,8U6 
2,U28 
2,395 

1,82U 
19 
8,llil. 
2,570 
2,lil7 

12.7 

2,5U2 

128 

U99 

1,293 

622 

$7,666 



7,532 

2 Mi 
203.3 
3,7l4li 
18 
1,939 
1,818 
1,806 

1,392 
129 
6,256 
2,3U9 
1,695 

13.0 

1,850 

U9 

225 

86U 
712 

$8,8U8 



9,919 
5,362 
85.0 
h,58U 
67 
3,085 
2,171 
2,117 

l,li95 
U35 
8,567 
3,850 
1,578 

12.5 

2,1(02 
167 
UhZ 

1,062 

731 

$7,68U 



8,021 


8,969 


8,3U8 


8,988 


-3.9 


-.2 


3,663 


U,120 


68 


105 


2,993 


U.06i, 


1,655 


1,955 


1,619 


1,900 


868 


1,133 


775 


53U 


7,28U 


7,985 


3,503 


U,736 


1,030 


691 


12.1 


10.6 


1,919 


2,315 


165 


297 


5UU 


8U9 


820 


858 


390 


311 


$6,960 


$6,037 



TABLE II AGE AfJD ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



Tov;?i 

Ti i-iJ 



MC-ll(0 



MC-lUl 



MC-lli2 



MC-ll<3 



MC-lUlj 



1. 
2. 
3. 

h. 
5. 
6. 



9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

Ih. 
15. 
16. 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

Porsons 5 - lU yrs, old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs, and over 

Persons lU yrs. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

Labor Force 

No. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foremen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subv/ay, bus to work 

Walk to work 



6,290 

8,696 

3,899 

26,599 

30,055 

17,388 
17,052 



U,733 

1(,332 
2,195 
2,507 

2,122 

3,163 

12,299 

1,000 

1,659 



l,9!4l 
2,237 
377 
5,)i'.6 
6,003 

3,li79 
3,1(00 



1,115 
9iil 
520 
339 

298 

621 

2,799 
250 
106 



1,276 
1,770 
299 
U,096 
li,585 

2,577 
2,5U5 



1,129 
610, 
280 
173 

250 

1.33 
2,163 

151 
52 



1,352 
2,LU 
762 
5,700 
6,580 

3,871 
3,829 



1,239 
966 
U09 
393 

503 

701 

2,791i 
237 
2U 



737 
1,13U 
1,1*70 
5,592 
6,238 

3.556 
3,1(85 



833 

937 

383 

, 591 

Ihk 

590 

2,095 
209 
668 



98U 

l,l4U( 

991 
5,765 
6,61,9 

3.905 
3,793 



1(17 

Bhh 

603 

1,011 

627 

818 

2,1(1(8 

153 

622 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 

OF d\«;lling units 



■ram 

TOTAL 



MC-lUO 



HC-liil 



MC-1142 



MC-1U3 



MC-Uii, 



10, 

11, 
12, 
13, 
11(, 
15, 
16. 
17. 



Total Housing Units 

Total Occupied Units 

Owner Occupied Units 

Number of units in 1 

unit structures 

Ho. Units in 5 or more 

unit structures 

No. deteriorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built 1950-.March I960 

Median persons per occupied 

unit 

Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 

Median no, rooms 

Units reporting rent 

No. rentals under $li0.00 

No. rentals $1,0 - 79 

No. rentals $80 and over 

Median gross rent 



12,813 

12,286 

8,523 

9,579 

79a 

803 

119 

5,529 

3.3 

762 

5.6 

3,763 

88 

1,1(67 

2,093 

85 



No, reporting no auto availablel,872 



2,736 
2,620 
2,367 

2.579 

1,0 

68 

6 

2,017 

3.8 

165 
5.8 
253 

91 

11,6 

87 

N.R. 



2,029 
1,903 
l,0O2 

1,999 

10 

68 

7 

1,1,08 

3,8 

90 
6.1 

101 

7 

81 

N.R. 



2,71(9 
2,661 
1,689 

2,227 

121 
82 

h 
1,220 

3.5 

173 
5.8 

772 

313 

ii26 

87 

N.R. 



2,629 


2,670 


2,525 


2,577 


1,172 


1,293 


1,566 


1,208 


368 


235 


305 


280 


23 


79 


530 


351( 


2.1, 


3.0 


115 


219 


l,."* 


U.9 


1.353 


1.261, 


50 


38 


1(79 


577 


795 


61,5 


88 


81 


N.R. 


N.R. 



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TABLE 1 CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPUUTIOH 



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PC-3 



1. Population 1960 15,378 

2. Population 19S0 10,665 

3. Percentans of Change liii,2 
It. Hale Population I960 7,lil2 

5. Non-white Population 98 

6. Total Foreign Stock 3,055 

7. No. of Married couples 3,1*35 

8. Couples with ovm household 3,39U 

9. Couples with own children 

Under 18 years of age 2,302 

10. Population in group quarters lli8 

11. Population 5 yre. and over 13,Sli8 

12. Item 11, same res. 1955 7,520 

13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 2,036 
II4. 25 yrs. or over-Median 

school years completed 12.7 

15. Total no. families 3,759 

16. No. incomes under $3000 251 

17. $3 - 5999 832 

18. $6 - 9999 1,351 

19. $10,000 and over 1,325 

20. Median family Income $8,1L9 



9,795 
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2,765 

773 

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TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



TOWN 
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Persons 5-11* yrs, old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons II4 yrs. and over 

No. of Item 5 in Civilian 

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Craftsmen, foremen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service^ 

laborers 

Harried women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 

Walk to work 



1,830 
3,1.614 
1,381 
8,871. 
10,361j 

5,331. 
5,167 



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1,352 

566 

351 

686 

763 

l.,038 

319 

166 



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5,639 

6,619 

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2,509 

229 

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1,262 

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3,71.5 

1,900 

1,856 



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213 

265 

1,529 

90 

63 



TABLE III CHAItACTERISTICS 
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TOWN 
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PC-2 



PC-3 



1. Total Housing Units l.,I.S2 

2. Total Occupied Units l.,205 

3. Owner Occupied Units 3,1.25 
U. Number of Units In 1 

unit structures 3,908 

5. No. Units In 5 or more 

Unit structures 9 

6. No. deteriorating 21.7 

7. No. dilapidated 1.1 

8. Units built 1950-March 1960 1,069 

9. Median Persona per occupied 

unit «„__ 

10. Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 238 

11. Median No. rooms 

12. Units reporting rent 792 

13. No. rentals under $1.0.00 

li.. No. rantals $1.0 - 79 132 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 588 

16. Median gross i-ont 103 

17. No. reporting no auto available N.K. 



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2,689 
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2,681 

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TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 


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OF THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


HC-127 


NC-128 


MC-129 


1. Population i960 


27,691 


13,661 


7,7li6 


U,821 


2, Population 1950 


17,335 


6,603 


5,132 


3.565 


3. Parcentaga of Cbaafa 


59.7 


106.8 


50.9 


35.2 


1». Hale Population I960 


13,512 


6,713 


3,817 


2,353 


5. Bon-whlte Population 


151 


71 


UO 


9 


6. Total Foreign Stock 


10,580 


U,727 


2,8U9 


1,926 


7. No. of Harried oouplea 


6,096 


3,158 


1,82U 


l.llit 


8. Oouplea with own household 


5,953 


3.096 


1,772 


1,085 


9. Couples with own children 










Under 18 years of age 


U,185 


2,305 


1,165 


715 


10. Population In group quartars 


1,1461 


3 







11. Population 5 yrs. and over 


2li,S12 


11,882 


6.912 


U.256 


12. Item 11, same res. 1955 


13,666 


6,232 


3.771* 


2,670 


13, 195S res. outside SMSA 


3,83U 


2,076 


1,087 


577 


llj. 25 yrs. or over-Median 










school years completed 


12.6 


12.8 


12.7 


12.6 


15. Total no. faraillea 


6,51iO 


3,382 


1,917 


1,2U1 


16. Incomes under $3000 


362 


180 


91 


91 


17. $3 - 5999 


973 


U66 


276 


231 


18. $6 - 9999 


2,Ui49 


1,261 


75U 


U3U 


19. $10,000 and over 


2,756 


1.375 


796 


Ii85 


20. Hedlan family Income 


$9,OU3 


$9,197 


$9,038 


$8,665 



HC-130 



1,U63 
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629 
31 
1,038 



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990 

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TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 


Torn 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


HC-127 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


3,177 


1,779 


2. 


Persons 5 - 111 yrs. old 


5,91*1* 


3,191. 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


3,030 


881* 


1>. 


Persona 21 yrs. and over 


16,71*7 


7,81i* 


5. 


Persona lU yrs. and over 


18,981 


8,898 


6. 


Ho. of Item 5 in Civilian 








Labor force 


9,603 


1*,8U8 


7. 


No. of Item 6 taiployed 


9,U89 


l*,783 


8. 


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Managers, Officials, and 








Proprietors 


a.105 


2,080 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


2,323 


1,186 


10, 


Craftsmen, foremen 


i,ai*o 


60U 


U. 


Operatives 


659 


31*1* 


12. 


Private Household, service. 








laborers 


880 


102 


13. 


Harried women In labor force. 








Husband present 


1,335 


668 


11*. 


Automobile to work 


7,599 


3,990 


15. 


Railroad, subway, bus to work 


829 


330 


16. 


Walk to work 


1*10 


207 



HC-128 



MC-129 



HC-130 



831* 
1,738 
1.238 

1»,620 
5,292 


56U 
1.005 

386 
2,87U 
3.331* 


2,951* 
2,929 


1,801 
1,777 


1,272 
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382 
197 


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389 
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21.5 


223 


1*20 

2,291 

227 

156 


2U7 

1,318 

272 

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1,1*57 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF DWELLIUG UNITS 



1. 
2. 
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12, 
13. 
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15, 
16, 
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Total Housing Units 

Total Occupied Units 

Owner Occupied Units 

Number of Units in 1 

unit structures 

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unit structures 

No. deteriorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built 1950-March I960 

Hedlan Persons per Occupied 

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Units with 1.01 persons per 

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Hedlan no. rooms 

Units reporting rent 

No. rentals under $1*0.00 

No. rentals $1*0 - 79 

No. rentals $60 and over 

Median gross rent 

No. reporting no auto available 



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TOTAL 


MC-127 


7,183 


3,71i* 


6,97U 


3,590 


6,389 


3,353 


6,980 


3,669 


6 




180 


98 


26 


17 


3.363 


2,033 


3.6 


3.7 


26U 


157 


6.2 


6.1 


585 


237 


9 


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1.27 


170 


108 


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HC-128 



MC-129 



IC-130 



2,112 
2,058 
1,681 

2,000 

6 

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3.6 

67 

6.2 

177 

5 

1.5 
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1.356 
1,326 
1,155 

1,291 



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3.U 

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6.3 
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TABLE I CHARACTliiaSTICS 


CITY 




















OF 


THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


BC-23 


BC-2U 


BC-2S 


BC-26 


EC-27 


BC-28 


EC-29 


EC-30 


BC-31 


1. 


Population 1960 


9U,U78 


U,9U1 


5,58U 


U,558 


8,030 


10,339 


U,628 


3,211 


3,805 


3,205 


2. 


Population 1950 


99,738 


U,308 


5,812 
lt6.5 


5,086 


5,SU6 


6,1*61 


U,976 


3,982 


1*,502 


3,900 


3. 


Percentage of Change 


-5.3 


1U.7 


-lO.lj 


16.0 


-7.0 


-19.U 


-15.5 


-17.8 


U. 


Hale Population 


1*2,952 


2,356 


2,627 


2,110 


3,85U 


1*,980 


2,235 


1,587 


1,876 


1,1*8U 


5. 


Non-white Population 


1,372 


1 


35 


13 


9 


21*6 


I 


2 


79 


6 


6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


UO,637 


2,01f 


2,077 


2,192 


3,120 


3,980 


2,361 


1,757 


2,033 


1,767 


7. 


No. of Married cou[)le8 


20,612 


1,196 


1,332 


970 


1,996 


2,180 


1,095 


699 


851* 


690 


8. 


Couples with own household 


20,270 


1,166 


1,312 


966 


1,959 


2, me 


1,057 


683 


836 


677 


9. 


Couples with own children 
























Under 16 years of age 


11,5L5 


715 


71*2 


570 


1,118 


1,U72 


608 


387 


U91 


316 


10. 


Population in group quarters 


1,939 


li* 


19 


173 


UO 


188 


110 


82 


51 


76 


u. 


Population 5 yrs. and ov4r 


eu,95o 


U,1.5U 


5,0146 


1»,082 


7,29li 


8,861, 


U,13l. 


2,927 


3,U33 


2,91.5 


12. 


Item 11, same res. 1955 


U8,UJ4 


2,761 


3,1U. 


2,323 


U,707 


5,107 


2,657 


1,962 


1,981 


1,691 


13. 


1955 res. outside SMSA 


2,927 


90 


120 


lU 


277 


29U 


151* 


88 


85 


97 


11. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 
























school years completed 


11.0 


12.1 


12.1 


10.9 


12.2 


11.7 


10.6 


9.U 


10.1 


9.0 


15. 


Total no. families 


2U,565 


1,289 


1,536 


1,159 


3,151* 


2,557 


1,275 


878 


1,0U0 


81*0 


16. 


No. incomes under $3000 


3,682 


103 


162 


130 


121 


U32 


150 


162 


200 


181 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


8,533 


353 


39U 


U29 


512 


852 


1*56 


262 


395 


282 


18. 


$6 - 9999 


9,01(3 


56U 


705 


I475 


987 


961* 


525 


296 


338 


297 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


3,307 


269 


275 


125 


53U 


309 


ii|ii 


138 


107 


80 


20. 


Median family income 


15,070 


$6,933 


$6,968 


$6,112 


$7,673 


$5,986 


$6,209 


$5,961 


$5,525 


$5,500 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 


CITY 




















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-23 


EC-2I. 


EC-25 


EX;-26 


EC-27 


EC-28 


EC-29 


h;-30 


EC-31 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


9,530 


1.87 


538 


U76 


737 


1,1*75 


1*91* 


281. 


372 


260 


2. Persons 5-11* yrs. old 


16,117 


982 


9U8 


622 


1,5U6 


2,1*11 


776 


556 


616 


U60 


3. Persons 65 and over 


12,786 


582 


753 


553 


721* 


907 


661. 


39U 


1*57 


570 


1*. Persons 21 yrs. and over 


61,1*91 


3,125 


3,677 


2,851. 


5,103 


5,732 


3,021* 


2,116 


2,U98 


2,251 


5. Persons lli yrs. and over 


67,786 


3,51*3 


l.,170 


3,3U 


5,891 


6,588 


3,U06 


2,106 


2,869 


2,527 


6. No. of item 5 in Civilian 






















Labor force 


39,216 


1,957 


2,332 


2,028 


3,U*3 


3,570 


1,850 


1,U80 


1,732 


1,271 


7. No, of item 6 employed 


37,667 


1,925 


2,268 


1,951 


3,358 


3,1*1.1* 


1,767 


1,387 


1,61*0 


1,235 


8. Professional, Technical, 






















Managers, Officials, and 






















Proprietors 


5,595 


386 


las 


383 


811 


503 


21*1* 


161 


159 


108 


9. Clerical and Sales 


9,267 


525 


625 


Ub8 


822 


931 


U80 


281. 


375 


282 


10. Craftsmen, foramen 


5,736 


361 


380 


275 


583 


612 


300 


187 


227 


196 


11. Operatives 


9,1.1*5 


381 


U15 


1.92 


626 


807 


1*76 


1*52 


523 


1*27 


12. Private Houaehold, ssrvloe, 






















laborers 


U,915 


213 


307 


279 


330 


1*99 


233 


196 


275 


11*3 


13. Married women in labor force. 






















Husband present 


6.687 


381. 


381 


356 


731. 


670 


31*1 


227 


291 


195 


11*. Automobile to work 


22,568 


1,1*21 


1,51.5 


1,037 


2,712 


2,1*30 


1,210 


61.8 


71i* 


61J. 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


5,193 


312 


333 


351 


258 


1*91 


226 


212 


297 


205 


16. Walk to work 


6,220 


57 


. 212 


1*22 


m 


285 


265 


370 


522 


307 


TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 




















OF nVELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


BC-23 


BC-21* 


EC-2S 


ffi-26 


EC-27 


E!C-28 


EC-29 


EC-30 


EC-31 


1. Total Housing Units 


32,571 


1,1*77 


1,796 


1,1*38 


2,U2U 


2,870 


1,1*62 


1,080 


1,308 
1,251 


1,183 
1,125 


2. Total Occupied Units 


30,712 


1,1*1.5 


1,71.6 


1,366 


2.368 


2,792 


1,1*15 


9yo 


3. Owner Occupied Units 
li. Number of units in 1 


13,6U, 


1,170 


1,2U* 


605 


2,165 


1,6U6 


751* 


1*56 


351 


285 


unit structures 


13,1.28 


1,131 


977 


1*11 


2,259 


2,062 


1*37 


307 


221 


387 


5. No. units in 5 or more 






















unit structures 


6,680 


9 


5 


216 


, ,j 


1*3 


68 


97 


276 


328 
118 


6. No. deteriorating 


1.,160 


36 


32 


258 


102 


50 


81 


176 


181 


7. No. dilapidated 


707 


3 




11 


5 


5 


12 


3b 


31 
12 


1 
8 


8. Units built 1950-March I960 


2,61*8 


232 


80 


63 


715 


1,065 


28 


12 


9. Median parsons par occupied 






















unit 


2.6 


3.2 


2.9 


2.9 


3.2 


3.1* 


2.9 


2.9 


2.6 


2.3 


10. Units witli 1.01 parsons per 




















room or more 


1,933 


53 


73 


90 


89 


362 


89 


65 


9i 


70 


11. Median no. rooms 


1*.9 


5.7 


5.6 


5.2 


5.6 


5.2 


5.1 


1*.9 


l*.8 


I4.5 


12. Units reporting rent 

13. No. rentals under $1»0,00 


17,068 
860 


275 
8 


532 
15 


761 
12 


203 
1* 


1,1U6 
60 


661 

9 


53a 
18 


90u 
12 


8U0 

U8 

391 

393 


U*. No. rentals $ljO - 79 


8,182 


66 


176 


318 


75 


611. 


279 


335 


c;i7 


15. No. rentals $80 and over 


7,766 


179 


326 


1*15 


116 


1.61* 


355 


165 


351 


16. Median gross rent 


78 


90 


87 


83 




71* 


82 


72 


76 


79 


17. No. reporting no auto available 9,607 


171. 


313 


379 


"'178 


531 


1.08 


286 


1*59 


U7h 



jOA^ 



TABLE I oontlnuad 



LYNN 
(contlmMd) 

BC-32 E!C-33 BC-3U BC-35 BC-36 BC-37 b8-38 EC-39 BC-i»0 BC-Ul EC-(t2 



Population I960 
Population 1950 
Percentage of Change 
Hale Population 
I- >n-whlte Population 
Total Foreign Stock 
No. of Married couplea 
Couples with own household 
Couples with own children 
Under 18 yeara of age 
Population in group quarters 
Population 5 yrs. and over 

12. Item 11, aame res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside SHSA 
25 yrs, or over-Median 

school years completed 
Totrl no. families 
No. Incomes under $3000 
$3 - 5999 
$6 - 9<Jvy 
$10,000 and Over 



1. 

2. 

3. 

U. 
5. 
t. 

7. 
8. 
9. 

10, 

11, 



ih 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



20 Median family income 



3,785 


5,168 


U,U2U 


5,557 


3,582 


l.,7U0 


3,836 


3,311. 


3,800 


a, 908 


3,063 


3,930 


5,801 


5,011 


5,819 


3,979 


5.081 


l.,121 


U,515 


5,9U5 


7,066 


3,697 


-3.7 


-10.9 


-11.7 


-U.5 


-10.0 


-6.7 


-6.9 


-26.6 


-36.0 


-30.5 


-2m 


1,721 


2,37U 


2,11.6 


2,711. 


1,705 


2,165 


1,612 


1,U92 


1,993 


2,U.l 


1,1.73 


12 


1.5 


289 


51 


120 


12 


3 


26 


30 


307 


215 


1,8U6 


2,103 


1,511. 


1,956 


1,279 


1,993 


1,580 


1,557 


1,529 


2,521 


1,U51. 


759 


1,081 


937 


1,317 


819 


1,129 


786 


709 


550 


871 


61(2 


751. 


1,065 


930 


1,292 


811 


1.107 


772 


700 


51.5 


859 


631 


U2U 


597 


636 


721. 


1.5U 


600 


31.3 


253 


21.6 


UI.2 


1.07 


276 


31 


—— _ 


12 


15 


23 


191. 


73 


380 


175 


5 


3,1.63 


l.,581. 


3,882 


U,95l 


3,181 


l.,326 


3,600 


3,091 


3,539 


U.1.73 


2,661 


1,675 


2,lal. 


2,107 


2,809 


1,621 


2,553 


1,898 


1,508 


1,702 


2,323 


1,501. 


121 


11.2 


129 


99 


93 


21.2 


11.8 


199 


170 


126 


112 


10.5 


10.6 


lO.li 


11,6 


10.1 


12.2 


12.2 


10.5 


9.2 


8.7 


8.9 


91.7 


l.liU 


1,125 


1,507 


939 


1,367 


997 


890 


721 


1,153 


760 


153 


227 


198 


178 


158 


116 


135 


231 


229 


259 


155 


Uio 


617 


U.0 


539 


333 


1.66 


352 


315 


266 


532 


306 


293 


1.71 


380 


616 


338 


516 


335 


255 


177 


280 


231 


91 


96 


107 


171. 


110 


265 


175 


89 


1.9 


82 


88 


$5,536 


$5,1.67 


$5,592 


$6,209 


$5,836 


$6,51.8 


$6,099 


$5,019 


$1,1.63 


$1..728 


$5,U51. 



TABLE II continued 



BC-32 EC-33 EC-31. EC-35 EC-36 EC-37 BC-38 EC-39 BC-UO EC-ljl EC-lj2 



1. 
2. 
3. 

U. 
5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 

li.. 
15. 
16. 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

Persons 5-11. yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons 11. yra. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

Labor force 

No. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foramen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Harried woman In labor force, 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 

Walk to work 



323 


581. 


5U2 


606 


1.01 


Ull. 


236 


23 


261 


1.35 


362 


51.7 


687 


926 


967 


639 


693 


U5U 


296 


1J.7 


856 


586 


720 


693 


386 


6B5 


538 


7U0 


881 


671. 


839 


718 


306 


2,656 


3.305 


2.565 


3,561 


2,272 


3.306 


2,911. 


2,581 


2,860 


3.21.9 


1,81.2 


2,966 


3,762 


3,021 


l.,059 


2,597 


3.703 


3,192 


2,822 


3,126 


3,683 


2,132 


1,660 


2,0U2 


1,685 


2,156 


1,1.0U 


2,lia. 


1,712 


1,675 


1,776 


2,003 


1,296 


1.561 


1,970 


1,59U 


2,118 


1,359 


2,092 


1,661 


1,590 


1,695 


1,832 


i.aoo 


180 


222 


116 


278 


U9 


1.62 


1.31. 


235 


103 


152 


122 


14.2 


502 


3ia 


537 


298 


67U 


508 


396 


265 


306 


226 


209 


266 


281 


1.67 


253 


281 


110 


131 


168 


260 


169 


379 


1.97 


U68 


1.81 


337 


396 


318 


Uoi 


537 


577 


1.53 


2U1 


305 


155 


221 


197 


173 


175 


132 


31.0 


319 


182 


2U1 


321 


260 


U33 


252 


388 


21.6 


258 


188 


312 


209 


765 


1.232 


961. 


1,712 


8U( 


1,292 


901 


652 


601 


722 


582 


223 


21.0 


191. 


190 


180 


377 


258 


305 


21.3 


11.5 


153 


361 


31.0 


2U 


61. 


186 


219 


312 


339 


510 


699 


395 



TABLE III oontlnuad 



BC-32 EC-33 BC-31. BC-35 EC-36 EC-37 BC-38 EC-39 EC-J.0 BC-Ul EC-1.2 



1. Total Housing Unite 

2. Total Occupied Units 

3. Owner Occupied Units 
ll. Number of units In 1 

unit structures 

5. No. units In 5 or more 
unit structures 

6. No, deteriorating 

7. No. dilapidated 

8. Units built 1950-March 1960 

9. Median persona per occupied 
unit 

10. Units with 1.01 persona par 
room or mora 

11. Median no. rooms 

12. Units reporting rent 

13. No. rentals under $1*0.00 
li.. No. rentals $liO - 79 

15. No. rentals $8o and over 

16. Hediaxi gross rent 

17. No. reporting no auto available 



1,289 

1,21.5 

256 



U65 

3U. 

12 



2.1. 

61. 
U.5 
989 
U 
1.51. 
527 

82 
1.63 



1.865 

1,756 

532 



391. 

1.16 

38 



2.5 

lou 
1..7 

1,221. 
8 

665 

51.3 

78 

613 



1,381, 

1,295 

596 



130 256 1,061 



126 

306 

31 

81 

3.2 

132 

5.0 
69y 

lie 

329 
79 

381 



1,71.1 
1,692 
1,070 

880 

8 

121. 

9 

1.3 

3.0 

61 
5.1. 
622 
U 
210 
1.01, 

86 
328 



1,227 

1,163 

U50 



263 
59 

50 

2.7 

71. 
l.,9 
713 



310 

391 

81. 

399 



1,73U 

1,687 

71.7 



502 1,221, 



156 

lli. 

U 

30 

2,5 

1.6 

5.1 

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TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



CITY 

TOTAL 



110^2 MC-63 iK-eu MC-65 k:-66 MC^7 Mc^e MC-69 MC-70 



1. 

2. 
3. 

1>. 

5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 
13. 
11.. 

IS. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



Population 1960 57,676 5.929 8,175 5,823 6,362 

Population 1950 59,80U 5.188 7,692 5,992 6,120 

Percentage of Change -3.6 lii.3 6.3 2.8 3.9 

Hale Population 27,071* 2,8U9 3,917 2,836 2,935 

Non-white Population 796 2U U85 31 10 

Total Forelcn Stock 27,OUl 2,551 3,653 2,6o5 3,030 

No. of Harried couples 12,950 1,352 1,757 1,385 1,U12 

CouploB with own houaohold 12,582 1,301 1,719 1,333 I.UIO 
Couples with own children 

Under 18 years of age 7,U35 862 1,077 827 83O 

Population in group quarters 1,069 27 38 21 157 

Population? jrrs. and over 51,926 5,235 7,2lj5 5,252 5,763 

Item 11, same res. 1955 30,669 3,28L 1*,103 3,221 3,331 

1955 res. outside SMSA 2,l80 99 359 189 257 
25 yrs. or over-Median 

school years completad 11.1 11.0 10,0 U.O 11.6 

Total no. families lli,998 l,lj88 2,086 1,577 l,6Uj 

No. ijicomes under $3000 1,767 llj8 U22 15U lUS 

$3 - 5999 5,325 578 799 516 556 

$6 - 9999 5,923 530 693 681 699 

$10,000 and over 1,983 232 172 226 2U6 

Median family icoome $6,191) $6,069 $5,mii $6,53U $6,59U 



5,612 


6,U2U 


6,518 


6.976 


-13.9 


-7.9 


2,732 


2,991 


13U 


29 


2,957 


3,031 


1.3U2 


1,506 


1,293 


1,1(81 



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2,592 

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236 
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5,785 

3,610 

231 

11.5 
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157 
681 
713 
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1,802 

587 

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1.07 

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1,99U 

191 

10.8 

1,016 

120 

390 

1.09 

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1,711 
1,668 

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TABLE II AGl'. AND ECO- 


CITY 




















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


HC-62 


HC-63 


MC-61i 


lC-65 


MC-66 


HC-67 


MC-68 


MC-69 


MC-70 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


5,750 


691. 


930 


571 


599 


621 


639 


323 


595 


778 


2. Persons 5-11. yrs. old 


9,860 


1,235 


1,731 


1,030 


1,007 


91.3 


1,012 


526 


1,163 


1,213 


3. Persons 65 and over 


7,06U 


1.87 


692 


610 


898 


600 


761 


717 


1,582 


717 


U. Persons 21 yrs. and over 


37,57U 


3,1.87 


U,831 


3.723 


1..288 


3,573 


l.,338 


2,966 


5,761 


l.,607 


5. Persons lU yrs. and over 


1.2.858 


l.,080 


5,637 


l.,307 


U,8U, 


U,123 


l.,863 


3,298 


6,1*21 


5,285 


6. No. of Item 5 in Civilian 






















Labor force 


21., 31.0 


2,325 


3,087 


2,U85 


2.738 


2,327 


2,860 


1,889 


3,628 


3,001 


7. No. of Item 6 employed 


23,U17 


2,239 


2,939 


2.U15 


2,651 


2,223 


2,751 


1,78U 


3,523 


2,892 


8. Professional, Technical, 






















Managers, Officials, and 






















Proprietors 


3,552 


256 


272 


359 


1.76 


282 


379 


201 


926 


1*01 


9. Clerical and Sales 


6,86h 


582 


775 


685 


915 


51.6 


890 


1*9U 


1.179 


' 798 


10. Craftsmen, forenen 


3,60U 


L06 


1.38 


1.75 


380 


1.32 


391 


27U 


390 


1*18 


11. Operatives 


U,816 


559 


785 


U60 


35U 


561 


596 


353 


1.3U 


711. 


12. Private Household, service. 






















laborers 


2,766 


270 


365 


31.3 


298 


2U. 


339 


210 


31.7 


350 


13. Married women in labor force. 






















Hiuband present 


3,877 


370 


519 


1*10 


U65 


325 


1.99 


321 


536 


1.32 


lU. Automobile to work 


12,639 


1,359 


1,536 


1,1.10 


1,377 


1,088 


1,U01. 


826 


2.003 


1,636 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


6,036 


61.3 


855 


705 


66U 


51.5 


780 


1.52 


851 


5U 


16. Walk to work 


2,1.22 


61 


2U5 


132 


3U1 


331 


306 


261 


280 


U.5 


TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 




















OF raff;LLINO UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-62 


MC-63 


MC-61i 


MC-65 


HC-66 


MC-67 


MC-68 


HC-69 


>«;-70 


1. Total Housing Units 


18,138 


l,62l4 


2,1.57 


1.752 


2, 01*2 


1,762 


2,133 


1,1*63 


2.762 


2,11.3 


2. Total Occupied Units 


17,677 


1,599 


2,361 


1,715 


1,999 


1.705 


2,081 


1.U26 


2,693 


2,096 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


8,510 


978 


91.6 


1.130 


1,01*8 


678 


1,015 


1*1*7 


1,288 


980 


U. Number of units in 1 






















unit structures 


7,199 


I.UI8 


855 


835 


770 


1,189 


729 


31*0 


1,073 


390 


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unit structures 


1,923 


25 


11.7 


26 


290 


79 


179 


387 


722 


68 


6. No. deteriorating 


2,21.1 


30 


307 


1.03 


113 


393 


U1.9 


351 


103 


92 


7. No. dilapidated 


31.2 


18 


81 


16 


9 


52 


1*8 


81 


1* 


33 


8. Units built 1950-Harch i960 


1,181. 


319 


353 


100 


171 


20 


32 


1* 


151 


3U 


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2.9 


3.5 


3.2 


3.1 


2.8 


3.0 


2.3 


2.1* 


2.1* 


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1,137 


190 


21.1. 


100 


82 


117 


9U 


76 


93 


11.1 


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5.1 


5.3 


1..9 


5.6 


5.1. 


5.1 


5.1 


1*.3 


S.2 


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12. Units reporting rent 


9.157 


621 


1,1.15 


585 


951 


1,027 


1,066 


981 


1,1*05 


1,106 


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171 




77 


8 


12 


16 


1* 


28 


12 


11. 


111. No. rentals $li0 - 79 


3.731 


20U 


71a 


207 


372 


3')7 


295 


521* 


570 


1.21 


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5.086 


I.OL 


572 


361 


51.9 


S'A 


71*7 


1*21 


797 


61*1 


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83 


86 


76 


85 


81* 


85 


88 


77 


81* 


85 


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338 


837 


395 


521. 


582 


608 


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TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPUUTION 



1. Population i960 

2. Population 1950 

3> Percentags of Chang* 
ll. Hals Population 

5. Non-whlt« Population 

6, Total Foreign Stock 

7* No. of Married oouplea 

8. Couples with own household 

9. Couples with own ohtldron 
Under 18 years of age 

10. Population in group quarters 

11. Population 5 yra. and over 

12. Item 11, same res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 
llj. 25 yrs. or over-Median 

school years oonpleted 

15. Total no. families 

16. No. incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family income 



CITY 




















TOTAL 


MC-53 


HC-5I4 


MC.55 


HC-56 


MC-57 


MC-58 


MC-59 


MC-60 


MC-61 


6U,971 


6,751 


U,200 


6,119 


6,870 


7,01,5 


5,532 


6,99l4 


6,392 


8,068 


66,113 


5,62U 


11,1,07 


6,927 


7,258 


6,617 


5,519 


7,7214 


6,558 


8,U79 


-1.7 


20.0 


-1.8 


-11.7 


-5.U 


6.5 


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-9.5 


-2.5 


-I4.8 


31,171 


3,30U 


5,087 


2,918 


3,2U0 


3.373 


2,702 


3,382 


3,376 


3,789 


1,151* 


6 


17 


7 


11 


1 


7 


12 


3I4 


1,059 


30,01,9 


3,2U5 


1*,910 


2,982 


3,3140 


3,1,06 


2,950 


3,65l4 


2,579 


2,983 


114,691 


l,51il* 


2,577 


1,358 


1,571, 


1,575 


1,271, 


1,689 


1,281 


1,819 


U,,2la 


1,1483 


2,1481. 


1,322 


1,519 


1,529 


1,258 


1,6148 


1.253 


1,7U5 


8,1420 


908 


1,387 


789 


866 


975 


777 


97I4 


71,3 


1,001 


1,750 


29 


300 


1,8 


26 


91 




13 


1,072 


171 


58,652 


6.073 


10,1476 


5,508 


6,11,7 


6,262 


14,910 


6,21,1 


5,852 


7,183 


37,907 


14,181» 


7,368 


3,1,75 


U.063 


3.851, 


3,230 


3,868 


3,31,2 


U,523 


3,165 


213 


399 


201 


290 


263 


95 


250 


913 


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12.0 


12.0 


12.U 


11.6 


12.0 


11.3 


10.7 


10.5 


12.1 


12.1 


16,661 


1,680 


2,92U 


1,57U 


1,791 


1,781 


1,1467 


1,912 


I,l4l47 


2.085 


l,la9 


92 


11,0 


178 


151, 


127 


193 


178 


132 


225 


5,397 


50I4 


5I48 


503 


620 


606 


586 


757 


512 


761 


6,575 


689 


1,071 


626 


680 


79I4 


580 


739 


606 


790 


3,270 


395 


1,165 


267 


337 


25U 


108 


238 


197 


309 


$6,693 


$6,928 


$8,817 


$6,1,77 


$6,5014 


$6,583 


$5,82U 


$6,072 


$6,U65 


$6,215 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 


CITT 




















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-53 


MC^U 


MC-55 


HC-56 


MC-57 


MC-58 


MC-59 


JC-60 


m;-6i 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


6,319 


678 


72U 


6U 


723 


783 


622 


753 


51,0 


885 


2. Persons 5-114 yrs. old 


10,950 


1,311 


1,821, 


980 


1,186 


1.333 


1,002 


1.105 


860 


1,3149 


3. Persons 65 and over 


7,660 


97U 


1,655 


7U5 


812 


675 


U98 


70U 


650 


9I47 


It. Persona 21 yrs. and over 


Ul,593 


14,173 


7,677 


U,oo5 


1,,U,0 


14,339 


3,1468 


U,587 


3,763 


5,11a 


5. Persona 11, yrs. and over 


^8,566 


U,863 


8,803 


1,,60U 


5,060 


5,036 


3,990 


5,220 


5,053 


5,939 


6. No. of item 5 in Civilian 






















Labor force 


27,1,01 


2,867 


U,7l4l 


2,61,0 


2,996 


2,960 


2,260 


3,031 


2,550 


3,356 


7. No, of item 6 employed 


26,529 


2,780 


1,671 


2,525 


2.903 


2,8l47 


2,15U 


2,918 


2,1465 


3,266 


8. Professional, Technical, 






















Managers, Official*, and 






















Proprietors 


U.9U 


586 


1,U88 


1,18 


1*1,9 


U31 


197 


350 


I4I4I4 


5I48 


9. Clerical and Sales 


7,631 


739 


l,l422 


685 


959 


813 


57U 


799 


708 


932 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


3,763 


1.85 


506 


287 


UOl 


1,97 


352 


U25 


360 


U50 


11. Operatives 


1,607 


1,26 


366 


U27 


522 


616 


593 


728 


37U 


555 


12. Private Household, aer«lo«. 






















laborers 


3,258 


36U 


I4I2 


395 


1.09 


339 


298 


3I46 


291. 


Uoi 


13. Harried women in labor *ra«. 






















Husband present 


3,999 


U96 


600 


1,06 


1.25 


Ul47 
1,591 


352 


I427 


260 


586 


II4. Automobile to work 


114,255 


1,686 


2,586 


1,3U6 


1,582 


1,167 


1,U98 


1,053 


1,7U6 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


: 7,872 


775 


1,303 


782 


906 


815 


676 


1,018 


703 


892 


16. Walk to work 


1,670 


113 


2U, 


152 


197 


235 


130 


110 


326 


163 


TABLE 111 CHARACTERISTICS 


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OF DWELLINQ UNITS 


TOTAL 


k:-53 


MC.5U 


MC-55 


MC-56 


MC-57 


MC-58 


HC-59 


«:-6o 


m-61 


1. Total Housing Units 


18,756 


1,882 


3,297 


1.895 


2.010 


1,9U9 


1,6U0 


2,108 


1,606 


2,369 


2. Total Occupied Units 


18,1427 


1,833 


3,2U6 


1,850 


1.978 


1.910 


1,610 


2,086 


1,581 


2,333 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


11,1143 


1,615 


2,597 


996 


1,067 


1,027 


715 


9a6 


9U0 


1,2U0 


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unit structures 


8.U97 


1,61,7 


2,71,8 


871 


502 


673 


173 


I4I9 


810 


65I4 


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910 


37 


162 


12U 


1.7 


117 


163 


112 


59 


89 


6. No, deteriorating 


1,060 


80 


28 


239 


107 


113 


15 


92 


182 


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7. No. dilapidated 


117 


13 


2 


21 


19 


7 


2 


9 


23 


21 


8. Units built 1950-March I960 


l,^35 


1,63 


351, 


97 


12 


217 


185 


28 


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51, 


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3.2 


3.5 


3.1 


3.0 


3.2 


3.U 


3.2 


3.1 


3.1 


3.1 


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960 


109 


73 


91 


105 


158 


99 


125 


66 


13U 


11. Median no. rooms 


5,7 


5,9 


6.U 


5,5 


5.5 


5.5 


5.2 


5,3 


5.6 


5.6 


12. Units reporting rant 


7,28l4 


218 


61,9 


85U 


911 


883 


895 


l.lUO 


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1,093 


13. No, rentals under $1,0.00 


66 





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11,, No, rentals $1,0 - 79 
15. No, rentala iSO and over 


2,222 


81, 


128 


300 


28U 


287 


353 


381, 


15I4 


21,8 


1,,809 


123 


1,90 


518 


601 


580 


50I4 


727 


I45I4 


812 


16. Median gross rent 


89 


85 


96 


86 


89 


89 


85 


87 


91 


92 


17, No, reporting no auto available 3,720 


255 


317 


1,39 


U09 


39U 


U52 


599 


376 


1,79 



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MliXROUE 





TABIi; I CHAliACTailSTICS 


CITY 




OF THE POI'UIATIOH 


TOTAL 


1. 


Population I960 


29,619 


1 


Population 1950 


26,988 


3. 


PercentaRe of Chanpe 


9.7 


li. 


Mala Population I960 


13,823 


5. 


Non-white Population 


77 


6. 


Total ForoiEn Stock 


10,916 


7. 


Ho. of Harried couples 


6,876 


B. 


Couplea with own household 


6,726 


9. 


Couples with own children 






Under 18 years of age 


3,818 


10. 


Population in group quarters 


319 


11. 


Population 5 JTs. and over 


26,709 


12. 


Item 11, same res. 1955 


16,091 


13. 


1955 res. outside 3MSA 


1.587 


lU. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 






school yrs. completed 


12. li 


15. 


Total no. families 


7,652 


16, 


No. incomes under $3000 


568 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


1,832 


IB. 


$6 - 9999 


3,221 


19. 


$10,iX)0 and over 


2,031 


20. 


Median family Income 


$7,507 



MC-71 



HC-72 



HC-73 



HC-7U 



7,028 
6,196 
13.1 
3,215 
13 
2,507 
1,699 
1,675 

81tl 

109 

6,137 

3,852 

512 

12.7 

1,885 

95 

385 

6Ui 

761 

$8,6U8 



6,339 
6,062 
U.6 
2,883 
9 
2,158 
l,l466 
1,U27 

867 

76 

5,738 

3,U36 

367 

12.5 
1,639 
133 
358 
696 
U52 
$7,586 



8,li62 
8,175 
3.5 
3,989 
27 
3,2U1 
1,890 
1,81j9 

1,0U2 

103 

7,617 

h,h9i 
368 

12.2 
2,127 
196 
60li 
920 
399 
$6,938 



7,7'>0 
6,555 
18.8 
3,736 
28 
3,012 
1,821 
1,775 

1,068 

31 

6,917 

L,310 

3l40 

12.3 

2,001 

lUi 
185 
953 

ia9 

$7,277 



TABLE II AGE AND I3C0- 
MOMIC CHAIiACTEHISTICS 



CITY 
TOTAL 



HC-71 



MC-72 



MC-73 



HC-7U 



1. 
2. 
3. 
k. 
5. 
6. 

7. 

3. 



9. 

10. 
11. 
12. 

13. 

li. 
15. 
16. 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

Persons 5 - 111 yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons II4 yrs. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

Labor force 

No, of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technioal, 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foremen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Harried women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subv/ay, bus to work 

Walk to work 



2,910 

5,520 

3,792 

18,865 

21,667 

11,579 
11,369 



3,I.Bl4 
3,W2 
1,675 
1,329 

1,028 

1,789 
7,3?3 
2,089 
1,028 



591 
1,290 

916 
U,5U8 
5,26U 

2,778 
2,732 



1,181 
757 
272 
22t4 

182 

1*30 

1,8U1 

1*39 

230 



601 
1,189 

950 
1*,0U7 
1..667 

2,U05 
2,365 



739 
791 
331 
197 

217 

31.5 

U99 
226 



8U5 
l,U7l 
1,060 
5,508 
6,266 

3,)i35 
3,358 



785 
983 
559 
535 

380 

5Ul4 

2,010 

689 

391 



873 
1,570 

866 
U.762 
5,U70 

2,961 
2,9ia 



779 
871 
513 
373 

2l»9 

170 

2,026 

li62 

181 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF DWELLING UNITS 



6. 

7. 
8. 

9. 

10, 

11, 
12, 
13, 
li. 

15. 
16. 

17, 



CITY 

TOTAL 



Total Housing Units 

Total Occupied Units 

Owner Occupied Units 

Number of units in 1 

unit structures 

No. units In 5 or more 

unit 8tnictur«a 

No. deteriorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built 1950-March 1960 

Median Persons per occupied 

unit 

Units with 1.01 paroons par 

room or more 

Median No, rooms 

Units roportlng rent 

No. rentals under $Ji0,00 

No, rentals $1^0 - 79 

No, rentals $80 and over 

Hadiai) gross rent 

No, reporting no auto available 



8,909 
8,713 
6,557 

6,658 

503 

1»29 

72 

1,118 

3.0 

306 

6,2 

2.156 

13 

601 

1,U86 

93 

I.IK 



MC-71 



2,m2 
2,085 
1,769 

1,796 

t.2 
115 

10 
395 

3.0 

36 
6.6 
316 

h 

73 

212 

9U 
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MO-72 



1,878 
1,851 

i.uoe 

1,322 

76 

100 

2 

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3.1 

U5 
6.5 
Ui3 

80 

355 

99 



MC-73 



2,667 
2,591 
1,5U6 

1,729 

325 

lii2 

5U 

217 

2.6 

122 

5.6 

l,Qli5 

9 

339 

685 

91 



MC-7I1 



2,222 

2,186 
1,83U 

1,811 

60 

72 

6 

392 

3.3 

103 
6.0 
352 

109 
231. 
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TABLE I CHAIUCTlilUSTICS 


Tom 




OF TllE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


1. 


Population i960 


26,375 


2. 


Population 1950 


22,395 


3. 


Porcsntaga of Change 


17.8 


U. 


Hale Population 1960 


12,339 


5. 


Non-«hito Population 


39 


6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


11,L62 


7. 


No. of Harried couples 


5,8l42 


8. 


Couples with own household 


5,678 


9. 


Couples with own children 






Under 18 years of age 


3,108 


10. 


Population In group quarters 


593 


11. 


Population 5 yrs. and over 


2n,5lO 


12. 


Item 11, same rea. 1955 


16,265 


13. 


1955 res. outside SMSA 


1,666 


11.. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 






acl.ool yrs. completed 


12.5 


1-;. 


Total no. families 


6,681 


16. 


No. Incomes under $3000 


361 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


1,280 


18. 


$6 - 9999 


2,33U 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


2,706 


20. 


Hodlan family income 


$6,685 



NC-3l» 



NC-35 



NC-36 



NC-37 



8,122 
7,183 
13.1 
3,755 
1 
3,288 
1,7UU 
1,69U 

922 

103 
7,U73 
5,U88 

32U 

12.5 
1,992 
lU 
386 
702 
793 
$8,lj06 



5,222 


7,130 


5,901 


5^0U4 


6,2U8 


3,950 


t.l 


II4.I 


li9.U 


2,U17 


3,3U8 


2,819 


6 


2U 


8 


2,105 


3,663 


2,1.06 


1,123 


1,672 


1,303 


1,081 


1,626 


1,277 


SUl 


950 


695 


22 


Ik 


1.51. 


U,886 


6,703 


5,U.8 


3,2U5 


14,500 


3,032 


293 


277 


772 


12.6 


12. U 


12.7 


1,32U 


1,921 


i,ua. 


68 


106 


76 


19U 


1.56 


2U1. 


38U 


71.3 


50s 


678 


616 


619 


$10,2li7 


$7,919 


$8,683 





TABLE II AGK AND ECO- 


Tovm 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs, old 


1,865 


2. 


Persons 5-11. yrs. old 


U,651. 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


3,301. 


1.. 


Persons 21 jcro, and over 


17,268 


5. 


Persons li. yrs. and over 


20,286 


6. 


No. of item 5 Iji Civilian 






Labor Force 


10,682 


7. 


No. of item 6 employed 


10,503 


8. 


Professional, technical, 
Hanagers, Officials, and 






Proprietors 


3,831 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


3,?01 


10. 


Craftsmen, foreman 


960 


11. 


Operatives 


956 


12. 


Private Household, service. 






laborers 


1,071 


13. 


Married vjomen in labor force, 






Husband present 


1,292 


11*. 


Automobile to work 


6,U56 


15. 


Railroad, subway, bua to work 


2,386 


16. 


Walk to work 


590 



NC-3I. 



NC-35 



NC-36 



NC-37 



61.9 
1,1.78 
1,011 
5,222 
6,132 

3,300 
3,257 



1,066 

1,182 

362 

205 

278 

I1O7 

2,075 

675 

197 



871 

832 

3,560 

l.,095 


U27 
1,32U 

823 
1,708 
5,511 


2,139 
2,093 


2,921 
2,861 


839 

727 

163 

87 


931 
914. 
291. 
21.3 


186 


261. 


187 

l,li.O 
618 


366 

1,797 

721 


lU 


92 



1.53 

981 

638 

3,778 

I..5b8 

2,322 
2,292 



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61.8 
U.1 
121 

3U3 

332 

i.ua. 

372 
190 



TABLE 11: CHARACTERISTICS 


TOi™ 






OF KILLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-31. 


1. 


Total Housing Units 


7,531 


2,21.3 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


7,396 


2,212 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


6,389 


2,033 


1.. 


Number of Units In 1 








unit structures 


6,903 


2,098 


5. 


No. units In 5 or more 








unit structures 


U. 





6. 


No. deteriorating 


108 


27 


7. 


No. dilapidated 


15 


3 


8. 


Units built 1950-Maroh I960 


1,358 


296 


9. 


Median Persons par occupied 








unit 





3.3 


10. 


Units with 1.01 persona per 








room or more 


163 


69 


11. 


Median no, rooms 




6.7 


12. 


Units reporting rent 


1,007 


179 


13. 


No. rentals under $1.0. uO 


U 


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11.. 


No. rentals $liO - 79 


157 


25 


15. 


No. rentals $60 and over 


728 


\Uk 


16. 


Median groa . rent 


108 


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17. 


No. reporting no auto available 515 


N.R. 



MC-35 



NC-36 



NC-37 



1,556 
1.536 
1,257 


2,1W. 
2,098 
1,725 


1,1.25 


1,856 


5 

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2 

130 




27 

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363 


3.0 


3.2 


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•6.7 

279 


37 
6.3 

373 


1. 

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211 

110 

N.R. 


1.7 

30U 

108 

N.R. 



1,588 
1,550 
1,371. 

1,521. 

- 9 

27 

6 

569 

3.3 

37 
6.8 
176 

39 
69 

N.R. 



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TABLE I CHARACTKRIGTICS 


Tovra 




OF mE POFUUTION 


TOTAL 


1. 


Population I960 


28,831 


2. 


PopvOatlon 1950 


19,838 


3. 


Percentage of Change 


1.5.3 


L. 


Male Population I960 


li4,097 


5. 


Non-white Population 


IhO 


6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


9,880 


7. 


No. of Married couples 


6,572 


8. 


Couples with own houaehoU 


6,a32 


9. 


Couples with own children 






Under 18 years of age 


ii.515 


10. 


Population in group quarters 


370 


11. 


Population 5 yrs. and over 


214,993 


12. 


Item 11, same res. 195S 


114,1*51 


n. 


195S res. outside SMSA 


3,32U 


ih. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 






school years completed 


12.14 


1=;. 


Total no. families 


7,118 


16. 


No. incomes under $3000 


1.65 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


1,733 


18. 


$6 - 9999 


2,997 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


1.923 


20. 


Median family income 


$7,507 



MC-1145 



HC-1116 



MC-1J47 



11,103 

6,953 
59.7 
5,l425 
31 
3,60l4 
2,565 
2,518 

1,832 
51 
9,U82 
5,259 
1,120 

12.6 

2,71a. 

161 

572 

l,2Wi 

76U 

$7,876 



8,913 


8,815 


6,261 
U2.U 


6,621, 


33.1 


U,lil8 


l4,25U 


82 


27 


3,ll49 


3,127 


2,081j 


1,923 


2,037 


1,877 


1,1.67 


1,216 


96 


223 


7,809 


7,702 


U,6S7 


l.,535 


1,2UU 


960 


12.5 


12.3 


2,201» 


2,173 


87 


217 


50li 


657 


868 


865 


725 


U3U 


$7,9U5 


$6,713 





TABLE 11 AGE AND ECO- 


TOWN 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


1. 


Persons unHer 5 yrs. old 


3.038 


2. 


Persons 5 - lU yrs. old 


6,U07 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


2,229 


U. 


Persons 21 yrs. and over 


16,655 


5. 


Persons II4 yrs. and over 


19,015 


6. 


No. of item 5 in Civilian 






Labor force 


11,350 


7. 


No. of item 6 employed 


11,195 


8. 


Professional, Teclinical, 
Managers, Officials, and 






Pronrietors 


3,12l4 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


3,li40 


10. 


Craftsmen, foremen 


1,1489 


11. 


Operatives 


1,399 


12. 


Private Household, service. 






laborers 


1,560 


13. 


Married women in labor force, 






Husband present 


2,157 


II4. 


Automobile to work 


8,176 


15. 


Railroad, subway, bus to work 


1,008 


16. 


Walk to work 


930 



MC-1145 



MC-li46 



MC-II47 



1,621 
2,555 
719 
6,277 
7,078 

a, 192 

U,ll45 



1,231 

1,168 

560 

1.U0 

U52 

769 

3,090 

3U6 

2I16 



i.ioU 


1,113 


2,053 


1,799 


5U6 


96U 


5.093 


5.285 


5,910 


6,027 


3,63l4 


3,52U 


3,603 


3,l4l47 


1,057 


836 


1,027 


9U5 


U67 


I162 


I478 


I181 


I456 


652 


73U 


651* 


2,758 


2,338 


266 


396 


317 


367 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


TOWN 




OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


1. 


Total Housing Units 


7,993 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


7,80li 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


6,126 


I4. 


Number of Units in 1 






unit structures 


6,522 


5. 


No. Units in 5 or more 






unit structures 


179 


6. 


No. deteriorating 


323 


7. 


No. dllapldoted 


86 


8. 


Units built 1950-Harch 1960 


2,596 


9. 


Median persons per occupied unit 


3.5 


10. 


Units with 1.01 persons per 






room or more 


1,92 


11. 


Median No. rooms 


5.9 


12. 


Units reporting rent 


1,378 


13. 


No. rentals under $1,0.00 


9 


II4. 


No. rentals $l40 - 79 


I4O7 


15. 


No. rentals $S0 and over 


822 


16. 


Median proas rent 


88 


17. 


No. reporting no auto available 


792 



MC-11;5 



HC-II46 



HC-II47 



3.079 
3.OOI4 
2.590 

2,605 

83 
102 

US 

1,170 

3.6 

16U 
5.9 

I4II1 

88 

278 

95 

N.R. 



2.I436 
2,387 
2,Ol43 

2,120 

25 
63 

12 
807 
3.6 

11,9 

5.8 

3I4I4 

h 

82 

23U 

90 

N.R. 



2,l478 
2,U3 
1,793 

1.797 

71 
158 

29 
621 

3.3 

179 
5.8 
6?o 
5 
2i7 
no 

83 
N.R. 




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NEliDHAM 



SEE ERRATA SHEET, 



TABLE I CHARACTEIUSTICS 


Tam 












OF THE POFULATIOM 


TOTAL 


NC-17 


NC-16 


NC-19 


NC-20 


Nc-a 


1. Population I960 


25,793 


U,957 


U.liOS 


7,005 


I'^l 


6,369 


2. Population 1950 


16,313 


3,171 


3,263 


3,978 


2,718 


3,183 


3. Percent of Chanee 


58.1 


56.3 


35.0 


76.1 


12.5 


100.0 


h. Male Population I960 


12.1i95 


2,U.3 


2,11,5 


3,387 


1,1,1,9 


3,101 


5. Non-white Population 


7l4 


23 


9 


11 


20 


11 


6. Total Foreign Stock 


0,795 


2,3U8 


1,338 


2,111. 


1,101 


1,871, 


7, No. of Married couples 


7,216 


1,196 


1,057 


1,710 


81,9 


1,1,18 


8. Couples with, own household 


6,090 


1,157 


1,036 


1,690 


831, 


1,1,03 


9. Couples with own children 




* 










Under 18 years of age 


3,919 


822 


620 


1,067 


527 


923 


10. Population in group quarters 


95 


12 


30 


12 


31, 


7 


11, Population 5 yTs, and over 


22,823 


b.ZSO 


U,009 


6,236 


3,232 


5,096 


12. Item 11, sane res. 1955 


11,778 


2,2Uj 


2,278 


3,606 


1,960 


2,680 


13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 


3,109 


U23 


503 


1,060 


Ull 


712 


lU. 25 yrs, or over-Median 














school yrs. completed 


12.8 


12.3 


12.9 


13.1, 


12.8 


12.8 


15. Total no. families 


6,690 


1,289 


1,137 


1,81,5 


905 


1,511, 
85 


16. No, incomes under $3000 


319 


76 


66 


76 


16 


17. $3 - 5999 


1,000 


289 


111 


216 


159 


225 


18. $6 - 9999 


2,130 


56U 


350 


653 


313 


550 


19. $10,000 and over 


2,9L1 


360 


610 


900 


1,17 


651, 


20. Median family income 


$9,282 


$7,eii, 


$10,619 


$9,872 


$9,13U 


$9,285 



TABLE II age: and ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



TOtffl 
TOTAL 



NC-17 



NC-18 



NC-19 



NC-20 



NC-21 



1. 
2. 
3. 

I,. 

5. 
6. 

7. 

8. 



9. 
10, 
11, 
12, 

13. 

11,, 
15. 
16, 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

Persons 5-11, yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons 11, yra. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

Labor Force 

No, of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Manacers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foramen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor force, 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bua to work 

Walk to work 



2,967 


707 


396 


768 


312 


781, 


5,569 


939 


935 


1,639 


636 


1,1,20 


2,179 


1,22 


Uljh 


U77 


325 


511 


15,505 


'3,022 


2,731 


U,131 


1,868 


3,753 


17,631, 


3,363 


3,U,1, 


U,70l, 


2,153 


1,,270 


9,909 


1,991 


1,716 


2,562 


1,393 


2,21,7 


9,802 


1,963 


1,681, 


2,5U1 


1,386 


2,228 


3,896 


513 


757 


1,212 


51,2 


872 


2,902 


537 


508 


769 


396 


692 


1,051 


350 


150 


191, 


137 


220 


717 


262 


89 


133 


92 


iia 


91,6 


226 


Ui7 


131 


185 


257 


1,637 


287 


272 


1,02 


21,3 


U33 


7,083 


1,1,32 


1,20U 


1,850 


919 


1,678 


1,351 


181 


205 


U59 


195 


311 


633 


172 


169 


81 


111 


100 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF CWELLIHG UNITS 



Tarn 

TOTAL 



NC-17 



NC-18 



NC-19 



NC-20 



NC-21 



1. Total Housing Units 

2. Tot^ Occupied Units 

3. Owner Occupied Units 
1,. Number of units in 1 

unit structures 

5. No. units in 5 or more 
unit structures 

6. No. deteriorating 

7. No. dilapidated 

8. Units built 1950-March I960 

9. Median persons par occupied 
unit 

10. Units with 1.01 periona per 
room or mure 

11. Median no. rooms 

12. Units reportiig rent 

13. No, rentals under $1,0.00 
11,, No. rentals $1^0 - 79 

15. No, rentals $80 and over 

16. Median gross rent 

17 No, reporting no auto available 



7,1,37 
7.280 
6,a09 

6,862 

33 
291, 

27 
3,038 

3.1, 

160 
6.2 
871 
12 
201 
608 
100 
333 



1,U,7 
1,1,21 
1,162 

1,213 

15 
lli, 

10 
619 

3.1. 

U, 

5.9 

259 

h 

76 

167 

92 

N.R. 



1,277 
1,262 
1.153 

1,201 

18 

li, 

2 

Uit 

3.3 

11, 
6.5 
109 

22 
75 

N.R. 



1,993 


863 


1.837 


1.91.5 


857 


1,795 


1,892 


721 


1.1,81 


1.988 


885 


1.575 


I 


105 


57 




9 


6 


885 


300 


820 


3.5 


3.1, 


3.5 


32 


20 


50 


6.1, 


6.1. 


6.1 


53 


132 


318 


1, 




U 





16 


87 


la 


110 


215 







97 


N.R. 


N.R, 


N.R. 



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3,586 








5, BUG 


31.9 








83.5 


1,715 








2,835 


Town Total NC 17 


NC 18 


NC-19 


NC 20 


NC 21 


2,726 337 


m 


•928 


373 


6UU 



ERRftTA SHEET 
NEEDHAM 

Table I ^f- NC 20 NO 21 

1. Population I960 
3. Percent of Change 
h. Male Population I960 

13. 1955 Res, Outside SMSA 

Table II NC 20 NC 21 

1. Persons under 5 yrs, old 371 725 

2. Persons 5 - lU jnrs. old 790 1,266 

3. Persons 65 and over 3Ul h9S 

14. Persons 21 and over 2,lU8 3,U73 
5. Persons lU yrs. and over 2,U92 3,931 



* The Census Bureau originally mistakenly counted 529 people in tract NC 21. They 
are now correctly enngmerated in tract NC 20, 



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TAMi; I CIIAKACTERI^TICS 


cm 














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OF 


THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


MC-109 


MC-llO 


HC-111 


HC-112 


MC-113 


MC-lli. 


MC-11? 


Mc'-U6 


MC.I17 


MC-)l8 


1. 


Population 1960 


'92,301. 


6,912 


5,727 


7,380 


H,l496 


0,8vl. 


10,128 


9,256 


11,639 


10,1145 


10,607 


2. 


Population 19S0 


bl,JVh 


7,299 


6,180 


6,821 


18,655 


8,090 


8,819 


6,522 


11,215 


8,076 


5,507 


3. 


Percontnco of Chance 


12.7 


-5.3 


-7.3 


8.2 


7.9 


9.6 


LU.8 


6.6 


3.8 


II4.3 


96.2 


U. 


Male Population I960 


13.203 


3,171 


2,7l4l 


3,392 


5,1.81 


3,98? 


14,691 


l.,330 


5,1.148 


14,636 


5,203 


5. 


Non-white Population 


866 


26 


10 


36 


Ull 


37 


85 


53 


68 


61 


79 


6. 


Total Foreign St^»\, 


140,820 


3,222 


3,31.7 


3,069 


5,371 


3,336 


3,863 


3,773 


5,302 


l.,572 


l.,865 


7. 


No. of Married coujilea 


20,666 


1,1.78 


1,266 


1,621. 


2,665 


1,91.1. 


2,371. 


2,116 


2,780 


2,0140 


2,579 


8. 


Couples with own household 


20,297 


1,1.33 


1,209 


1,600 


2,502 


1,907 


2,318 


2,057 


2,662 


1,975 


2,53U 


9. 


Couples with own oliildren 


























Under 18 years of age 


12,307 


771 


756 


8v0 


1,566 


1,099 


1,1.0U 


1,209 


1,535 


1,092 


1,905 


10. 


Population in rroup quartera 


3,203 


120 


I47 


76 


96 


636 


213 


55 


193 


1,517 


328 


U. 


Populjtlon 5 yrs. and over 


814,527 


6,3l47 


5,123. 


•6,751. 


10,271. 


7,997 


9,1.27 


8.360 


10.813 


9,631 


9,773 


12. 


Itejn 11, same res. 1955 


52,520 


l.,157 


3,501. 


3,907 


6,817 


l.,715 


6,1.80 


5,159 


6,851. 


5,568 


5.359 


13. 


1955 res. outside SMSA 


7,liH9 


U86 


162 


607 


789 


97b 


652 


621. 


930 


1,U53 


732 


Ih. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 


























school years completed 


12.7 


12.1. 


9.8 


12.7 


12.3 


12.7 


LU.7 


12.5 


12.9 


13.1. 


13.2 


15. 


Total no. families 


23,076 


1,776 


1,1.16 


1,923 


2,991. 


2,193 


2,559 


2.381. 


2,939 


2,210 


2.662 


16. 


No. incomes un<i«r $3000 


1,391 


11.1. 


125 


126 


196 


13U 


86 


172 


196 


108 


lOU 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


U,376 


S72 


52I4 


350 


780 


509 


181 


580 


1.23 


21i. 


235 


18. 


$6 - 9999 


7,192 


658 


581 


73I4 


1,152 


858 


368 


01.3 


879 


375 


7U. 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


10,117 


I4O2 


186 


705 


866 


692 


1,921. 


769 


l.Ul 


1.513 


1.599 


20. 


Median family income 


$9,008 


$6,920 


$6,330 


$8,l4l4l4 


$7,525 


$7,819 $15,112 


$7,«09 


$9,660 $114,378 $12,150 



TABLE II AC.F, AND ECO- 


CITY 






















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-109 


MC-llO 


HC-111 


MC-112 


MC-113 


HC-111. 


MC-115 


MC-116 


MC-117 


HC.II8 


1. Persona under 5 yra. old 


7.858 


565 


601. 


626 


1,222 


897 


701 


868 


826 


51U 


1,035 


2. Persons 5 - U. yrs. old 


17,123- 


1,033 


1,012 


1,21.2 


2,086 


1,531 


2,121, 


1.679 


2,10U 


1,572 


2,738 


3. Persons 65 and over 


9.86U 


1,01.6 


560 


960 


1,201. 


923 


1,106 


1.120 


1.396 


1,099 


U30 


I4. Persons 21 yrs. and ovor 


60,280 


l.,822 


3,812 


5,175 


7,657 


6,01.6 


6,71.2 


5,932 


7,636 


6,356 


6.102 


5. Persons 11. yrs. and over 


68,903 


5.393 


1*,191 


5,615 


8,366 


6,602 


7.516 


6,653 


8,669 


6,226 


7,218 


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Labor force 


38,073 


3,253 


2,716 


3,269 


I4.923 


3,686 


3,759 


3.906 


1..760 


I..053 


3,71.8 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


37,210 


3,151 


2,560 


3,106 


I..612 


3,601 


3,705 


3,821. 


I4.72I. 


3.958 


3,689 


8. Professional, Tectuiical, 
























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Proprietors 


II4.3OI. 


936 


293 


1,179 


1,330 


1,263 


2,085 


1.153 


2.136 


2,090 


1.819 


9. Clerical and Sales 


10,211, 


965 


U77 


1,015 


1,1.1.6 


1,008 


697 


1.117 


1.31.1 


901. 


I.0I4I. 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


3,321 


1.20 


a66 


333 


633 


371 


92 


1.30 


297 


92 


167 


11. Operatives 


3.350 


31.6 


727 


257 


603 


361 


65 


I488 


196 


170 


113 


12. Private Household, servloe. 
























laborers 


l.,57l 


377 


536 


3I46 


659 


1.96 


1.57 


I4I47 


1.6U 


1.62 


305 


13. Married women in labor force. 
























Husband present 


5,361. 


506 


51.0 


1.82 


6U. 


561. 


393 


638 


650 


I4OO 


31.5 


111. Automobile to work 


23,815 


1,850 


1,31.2 


2,153 


3,1.13 


2,316 


2,353 


2,392 


3.061. 


2,352 


2,560 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


: 6,191 


73I4 


1.02 


561 


677 


6I4I4 


637 


76I4 


83U 


525 


U3 


16. Walk to work 


3,021. 


3U1 


675 


200 


363 


337 


130 


317 


312 


266 


63 


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CITY 






















OF DWELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-109 


MC-110 


MC-111 


MC-112 


MC-113 


MC-111. 


MC-115 


HC-116 


MC-117 


MC-118 


1. Total Housing Units 


W,117 


2,260 


1,612 


2,310 


3,292 


2,1,15 


2.61,2 


2,7^5 


3,356 


2,1429 


2,61.6 


2. Total Occupied Units 


25.6(iti 


2.223 


1,500 


2,266 


3,235 


2,375 


2,toU 


2.707 


3,321 


2,1403 


2,771. 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


19,127 


1,035 


705 


1.3U3 


2,367 


1,820 


2.591 


2,020 


2.570 


1,991 


2.605 


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18,1.27 


591. 


531. 


1,168 


2,337 


1,026 


2,61.7 


1,6('.6 


2.691 


2,Ol4S 


2,699 


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l,oyo 


31.3 


58 


139 


59 


15 


60 


59 


132 


13U 


91 


6. No. deteriorating 


1,11.0 


129 


172 


56 


223 


212 


11 


195 


103 


28 


11 


7. No. dilapidated 


102 


n 


3 


7 


1.7 


1.5 


1 


57 


7 


1 


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8. Units built 1950-March 1960 


L,oe6 


66 


50 


2U8 


1.66 


332 


502 


312 


351 


2I45 


1,192 


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3.3 


2.6 


3.1. 


2.9 


3.3 


3.3 


3.3 


3.2 


3.2 


3.3 


3.8 


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871. 


88 


171 


82 


168 


99 


IS 


100 


90 


13 


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li. Median na rooms 


6.5 


5.6 


5.3 


6.0 


6.0 


6.2 


7.5* 


6.2 


7.0 


7.5+ 


6.6 


12. Units reporting rent 


6,561 


1,161. 


795 


923 


868 


555 


213 


687 


751 


1.12 


169 


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1,206 


231. 


201, 


129 


102 


61. 


17 


215 


11.3 




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5,002 


909 


1.79 


782 


718 


1.59 


156 


1427 


551. 


377 


139 


16. Mepian groaa rant 


108 


109 


06 


115 


109 


112 




914 


132 


11.1. 




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1.56 


377 


306 


330 


151. 


91 


333 


261 


131 


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TaVN 
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HC-31 



NC-32 



1. Population I960 

2. Population 1950 

3. Percentnge of Change 
U. Male Population I960 

5. Non-Mhlte Population 

6. Total Foreign Stock 

7. No. of Married couples 

8. Couples with own household 

9. Couples with own children 
Under 16 years of aye 

10. Population In group quarters 

11. Population S yrs. and over 

12. Item 11, same res. 19S5 

13. 1955 res. outside SUSA 
lb. 25 yra. or over-Median 

school years completed 

15. Total no. families 

16. No. incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family Income 



2U,898 

16,636 

U9.7 

12,036 

63 

10,573 

5,389 

5,1473 

3,591 

285 

21,762 

12,871 

1,7U7 



6,l61j 
U46 
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2,798 
1,366 
$7,201 



10,671* 
5,532 
93.0 
5,238 
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li,202 
2,355 
2,295 

1,691 

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9,131 

5,U*9 

6U9 

12.3 

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121 

655 

1,260 

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U,26U 

3,572 

I9.I4 

2,098 

19 

2,18U 

1,0(}9 

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627 

10 

3,756 

2,382 

221 

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139 
339 
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7,532 

32.2 

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31 

1»,187 
2,225 

2,188 

1,273 
226 

8,875 

5,0U0 

877 

12.3 

2,U78 

186 

560 

1,0U5 

687 

$7,589 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 


TOWN 


NUIIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


1. 


Persons under 5 yra. old 


3,136 


2. 


Persons 5 - lij yrs.old 


5,156 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


2,2'9 


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Persons 21 yra. and over 


li4,912 


5. 


Persons lU yrs. and over 


16,931 


6. 


No. of Itara S in Civilian 






Labor force 


10,015 


7. 


No. of item 6 employed 


9,671 


8. 


Professional, Technical, 
Hann!;«rs, Officials, and 






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2,237 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


2,592 


10. 


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1,U5U 


11. 


Operatives 


1,809 


12. 


Private Household, sfrvloa. 






laborers 


1,123 


13. 


Married women in labor force. 






Husband present 


1,788 


li*. 


Automobile to work 


6,983 


IS. 


Railroad, subuay, baa to work 


761. 


16. 


Walk to work 


1,192 



NC-30 



NC-31 



NC-32 



1,51*3 
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6,000 
6,792 

1*,191 
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915 

1,099 

695 
787 

1*28 

780 

3,001* 
301* 

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1*1.6 

2,637 
3,006 

1,796 
1,728 



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303 
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1,229 

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1,873 
1,187 
6,275 
7,133 

1*,028 
3,898 



1,123 

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1*56 
598 

1*62 

601* 

2,750 

332 

537 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF DWELLING UNITS 



TOTAL 



NC-30 



NC-31 



NC-32 



1. Total Housing Units 

2. Total Occupied Unite 

3. Owner Occupied Units 
1*. Number of Units in 1 

unit structures 

5. No. units in 5 or more 
unit structures 

6. No. deteriorating 

7. No. dilapidated 

8. Units built 1950-March I960 

9. Median Persona per occupied 
unit 

10. Units with 1.01 persons per 
room or more 

11. Median No, roomij 

12. Units reporting rent 

13. No. rentals under $1*0.00 
U*. No. rentals $1*0 -79 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 

16. Median gross rent 

17. No. reporting no auto available 



6,991 
6,815 
1*,926 

U,81*l* 

279 

U83 

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2,1*68 



2,778 
2,725 
2,222 

2,377 

19 

132 

15 

1,309 

3.8 

293 
5.6 
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196 

283 

86 

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1,280 

1,251 

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601* 

121 

169 

28 

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2,933 
2,889 
1,976 

1,863 

139 

182 

31 

819 

3.1 

165 

5.6 

860 

B 

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TABLE I CHAnACTtRISTICS 
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COT 
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EC-13 



EC-lU 



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EC -16 



EC-17 



1. Population 1960 

2. Population 1950 

3- Percentsfe of Change 
h. Male Population 1960 

5. Non-white Population 

6. Total Korelgn Stock 
?• No, of Married couples 

8. Couples with own household 

9. Couples with own children 
Under 16 years of aj-e 

10. Population in group quarters 

11. Population 5 yrc. and over 

12. Item 11, same res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside iiMSA 
lii. 25 yrs, or over-Median 

school years completed 

15. Total no. families 

16. No. incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 
IB. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family income 



32,202 


3,863 


21,711 


3,369 


ue.3 


li..7 


15.785 


i,ei7 


67 


1 


111, 219 


2,023 


7,639 


929 


7,160 


912 


l.,679 


519 


230 


23 


28,101 


3,500 


16,165 


2,393 


1,517 


136 


11.6 


ll.li 


8,1.68 


1,032 


813 


97 


2,552 


280 


3,809 


U83 


1,291. 


172 


$6,71.9 


$5,562 



3,391 

3,955 

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1,717 

2 

2.11.7 

735 

725 

360 

18 

3,080 

1,971. 

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899 
163 
31.7 
286 
103 
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1,636 

-10.5 

1,953 

21 

1,963 

912 

876 

1492 

76 

3,771. 

2,211i 

203 

9.9 
1,137 

161. 
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li25 
121 

$7,251. 



12,1.96 

1,789 

160.9 

6,233 

21 

h.m 

3,023 

2,965 

2,012 
113 

10,512 

l.,732 
1,012 

12.2 

3,217 

211 

629 

1,51.0 

637 

$6,750 



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5,896 
1.0.8 
lu,06S 
22 
3,197 
2,01.0 
1,982 

1,296 

7,235 

I., 852 
121. 

11.9 

2,183 

158 

689 

1,075 

261 

$5,706 



TABLh, II AUi AMD ECO- 


CITY 










NOMIC CHAfUCTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-13 


EC-lU 


EC-15 


BC-16 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


U.lol 


363 


311 


371. 


1,961. 


2. Persons 5-11. yrs. old 


6,191 


69li 


1.73 


651 


2,630 


3. Persons 65 and over 


3,031 


I.3I4 


529 


638 


772 


h. Persons 21 yrs. and over 


19,913 


2,51i4 


2,368 


2,789 


7,279 


5. Persons ll. yrs. and over 


22,319 


2,863 


2.636 


3.161. 


8.036 


6. No. of item 5 in Civilian 












Labor force 


13,376 


1,783 


1.532 


1,911. 


1,801 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


12,761. 


1,731. 


1,368 


1,777 


1.,618 


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Proprietors 


3.U95 


301 


138 


27lt 


2,270 


9. Clerical and Sales 


2,1.61, 


360 


226 


327 


871. 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


1,911 


200 


11.7 


196 


792 


11. Operatives 


3,389 


533 


568 


SUh 


816 


12. Private Household, service. 












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1,699 


227 


21.1 


371 


382 


13. Married women in labor force. 












llusb.-ind present 


2,578 


388 


301. 


301. 


88U 


111. Automobilrt to work 


9,815 


1,261 


827 


1,128 


3.98U 


15. Ilailroad, subway, bus to work 


51.5 


96 


51. 


125 


69 


16. Walk to work 


1,298 


175 


318 


352 


257 



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1.069 
1,735 
658 
1,963 
5,620 

3,31.6 
3,267 



512 
677 
576 
928 

1.78 

698 

2,595 

201 

196 



TABLE 11: CHAliACTlJilSTlCS 
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CITY 
TOTAL 



EC-13 



EC-IU 



KC-15 



EC-16 



EC-17 



1. 


Total Housing Units 


9,907 


1.216 


1,317 


1,1.37 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


9,535 


1.181 


1.235 


1,379 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


6,850 


839 


U31i 


61.3 


h. 


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unit structures 


7,036 


870 


1.15 


U58 


5. 


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unit structures 


518 


5 


232 


21.6 


6. 


No. deteriorating 


792 


30 


301. 


177 


7. 


No. dilapidated 


178 


h 


83 


63 


8. 


Units built 1950-March i960 


3,352 


212 


15 


81 


9. 


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unit 


3.2 


3.1 


2.1. 


2.6 


10. 


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621 


60 


82 


81. 


11. 


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5.3 


5.2 


U.l. 


I..6 


12. 


Units repoi-tlng rent 


2,685 


31.2 


801 


736 


13. 


No. rentals under $1.0.00 


319 


18 


197 


66 


11.. 


No. rentals $1.0 - 79 


1,371 


156 


1.21. 


l.ll. 


15. 


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863 


136 


160 


236 


16. 


Median j/ross rent 


71 


77 


60 


70 


17. 


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3,561. 


2,373 


3,1^22 


2,318 


3,023 


1,911 


3,223 


2,070 


16 


19 


196 


85 


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2,228 


816 


3.6 


3.5 


219 


196 


5.8 


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i.07 


21. 


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11.3 


231. 


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136 


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TABI-E I CtWRACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPUUTION 



CITY 



QUINCY 



SEE ERRATA SHEET 



TOTAL NC-38 NC-39 NC-liO NC-U. HC-lj2 NC-U3 NC-UU HC-Jt5 NC-146 HC-UT HC-U8 IK-U9 



1. Population i960 

2. Population 19S0 

3. Percontace of Change 
h. Hale Population 

5. Non-white Population ^^ 

6. Total Foreign Stock 

7. No, of Married couples 

8. Couples with own houaohold 
9- Couples with own children 

Under 18 years of ago 

10. Population in grouj) quarters 

11, Population 5 yra. and over 

12, Item 11, aama' roa. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outaide SMSA 
lii. 25 yra. or ovor-Hadian 

school years completed 
IS. Total no, farallles 

16. No. incomoa under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family Income 



87,ti09 


3,U75 


1,127 


7,l4l40 


10,066 10,239 


5,57!4 


5,168 


6,987 


6,527 10,581 


9,03U 11,207 


83,835 


2,516 


373 


7,351 


10,322 


10,139 


5,390 


U,953 


6,7l47 


7,661 


7,21l4 

I46.7 


9,923 


11,2U6 


U.3 


37.14 


202.1 


1.2 


-2.5 


1.0 


3.h 


a.3 


3.I4 


-li4.8 


-9.0 


-.3 


U,687 


1,712 


S7U 


3,537 


ii,eo5 


U,759 


2,611 


2,US5 


3,2U4 


3,085 


5,1214 


l4,U88 


5,293 


175 


6 


36 


7 


6 


2U 


17 


5 


25 


10 


19 


U 


9 


36,733 


1,133 


370 


3,059 


1»,016 


U,179 


2,256 


2,179 


3,3149 


2,95U 


3,2514 


14,277 


5,705 


20,077 


831 


276 


1,797 


2,3l4l 


2,390 


1,338 


1,181 


1,6U9 


I,li6l4 


2,150 


2,005 


2,655 


19,616 


822 


216 


1,772 


2,29U 


2,311 


1,300 


1,11*9 


1,600 


1,1431 


2,111 


l,9l49 


2,593 


11,100 


I476 


23U 


967 


1,316 


1,238 


673 


63U 


817 


666 


l,l479 


1,139 


1,1*71 


1,205 


59 • 




$S 


69 


I486 


2U 


16 


239 


132 




188 


17 


70,269 


3,097 


m 


6,723 


8,952 


9,396 


5,025 


14,637 


6,350 


6,061 


9,005 


8,0148 10,071 


U7,h50 


2,073 


182 


l»,U»o 


5,360 


5.590 


3,155 


2,978 


3,776 


3,817 


5,351 


U,653 


6,083 


U,236 


118 


303 


207 


U26 


695 


199 


156 


393 


290 


I491 


U65 


I4I3 


12.1 


12.5 


12. U 


12.2 


12.2 


12.3 


12.5 


12.1 


12.0 


12.2 


11.7 


10.8 


10.6 


22,973 


92I4 


291 


2,01ii 


2,690 


2,672 


1,U79 


1,3514 


1,891 


1,707 


2,501 


2,359 


3,091 


2,150 


li8 


U8 


131 


278 


168 


69 


155 


183 


187 


308 


257 


306 


7,019 


202 


122 


583 


607 


703 


353 


333 


5U4 


500 


992 


801 


1,079 


9,li3U 


U61 


93 


923 


1,106 


1,219 


605 


5I47 


752 


596 


9U9 


918 


1,265 


li,362 


213 


20 


377 


U99 


562 


U52 


319 


lil2 


I42U 


252 


383 


Uil 



$6,785 $7,868 $14,991 $7,186 $6,708 $7,171 $7,769 $7,221 $6,871 $6,979 $5,892 $6,366 $6,l408 



TABLE II AGE AITO ECO- 


CITY 


























NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


HC-38 1 


HC-39 


NC-I4O 


NC-Ul 


NC-I42 


NC-I43 


NC-I4I4 


NC-LS 


NC-146 


NC-I47 


NC-146 


HC-I49 


1, Persons under 5 yra. old 


9,lliO 


361 


2I42 


717 


1,116 


8143 


5I49 


531 


637 


14146 


1,576 


986 


1,136 


2, Persona 5-114 JTs. old 


15,153 


•687 


235 


1,285 


l,69li 


1,512 


926 


1,000 


1,021 


913 


2,583 


1,U67 


1,828 


3. Persons 65 and over 


9,921 


276 


22 


8U7 


1,156 


1,1471 


739 


505 


8I46 


1,032 


739 


l,Ol43 


I.2I45 


I4. Persons 21 yra, and over 


514,638 


2,093 


590 


l4,8ll 


6,1466 


6,832 


3,690 


3,2146 


14,656 


14,635 


5,5014 


5,602 


7,303 


5. Persons II4 yrs. and over 


614,369 


2,U6U 


656 


5,560 


7,396 


8,005 


U,178 


3,720 


5,l422 


5,255 


6,589 


6,712 


8,U10 


6. Ho. of item 5 in Civilian 




























Labor forco 


36,18U 


1,369 


251 


3,177 


14,230 


I4.57I4 


2,3U0 


2,077 


3,065 


2,797 


3,6l47 


3,82U 


14,813 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


3U,377 


1,3148 


233 


3,102' 


14,093 


14,373 


2,2l49 


1,975 


2,939 


2,673 


3,3146 


3,579 


14,167 


8. Profensional, Technical, 




























Managers, Officials, and 




























Proprietors 


7,168 


I439 


I48 


6I49 


802 


1,0145 


709 


379 


739 


76I4 


I499 


I4I9 


626 


9. Clerical and Sales 


10,509 


I422 


9I4 


l,09l4 


1,U88 


1,193 


803 


677 


793 


833 


627 


862 


1,103 


10. Craftsinen, foreman 


6,081 


265 


37 


558 


722 


660 


27I4 


321 


I498 


38U 


658 


793 


911 


11. Operatives 


U,8l49 


113 


27 


Ull 


55I4 


lill4 


196 


255 


376 


265 


658 


6I4I 


939 


12. Private Household, service. 




























laborers 


14,338 


86 


27 


261 


399 


57I4 


206 


219 


389 


299 


51*3 


S8U 


751 


13. Harried women In labor force, 




























Husband present 


5,630 


235 


68 


556 


695 


638 


3I49 


263 


I493 


I4I2 


558 


556 


807 


II4. Automobile to work 


22,817 


1,093 


327 


2,025 


2,675 


2,663 


1,57U 


1,399 


1,905 


1,762 


2,107 


2,016 


2,951 


IS. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


: 14,722 


131 


39 


55I4 


690 


709 


36U 


311 


293 


286 


I498 


I4O7 


U4O 


16. Walk to work 


3,171 


35 


18 


269 


35I4 


589 


128 


7I4 


I4I4I 


2I43 


133 


I4O3 


1481* 


TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 


























OF DWELLING UNITS ■ 


TOTAL 


NC-38 


NC-39 


NC-I4O 


NC-J4I 


NC-142 


NC-I43 


NG4il4 


NC-1,5 


NC-I46 


NC-U7 


NC-I48 


NC-I49 



1. Total Housing Units 

2. Total Occupied Units 

3. Owner Occupied Units 

14. Number of Units ih 1 
unit structures 

5. No. units in 5 or more 
unit structures 

6. No. deteriorating 

7. No. dilapidated 

6. Unita built 1950-Harch I960 

9. Uedian peraona per occupied 
unit 

10. Units with 1,01 persons per 
room or more 

11. Median no. rooms 

12. Units reporting rent 

13. No. rentals under $140.00 
li. No. rentals $l40 - 79 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 

16. Median groaa rent 
17, 



27,719 l,02l4 330 2,322 3,080 3, 2814 1,758 1,521 2,272 2,360 
26,1468 987 308 2,281 3,031 3,221 1,725 1,1462 2,216 2,303 
15,9l4l4 853 110 1,621 1,705 1,930 1,173 1,100 1,238 1,163 



3,Ol4l 2,752 3,615 
2,728 2,676 3,510 
1,709 1,391 1,863 



15,R5U ■ 961 101 1,1481 1,520 1,860 1,077 1,0914 l,06l4 I,l4l7 2,2140 1,1143 1,896 



1,396 
2,133 

3l4li 

2,875 

2.9 

l,6l40 

5.I4 

10,52l4 

129 

3,622 

6,328 

86 



No. reporting no auto available 14,836 



50 

3 

258 

3.3 

37 

5.8 
I3I4 

26 

103 

77 

SI4 



II48 
3.5 

37 
I4.8 
193 

62 

136 



22 



105 
176 

5 

179 

2.9 

100 
5.7 
660 

215 

I433 

71 

250 



126 

' 167 

7 

II4O 

3.0 

II46 

S.6 

1,2146 

I4 

271 

950 

75 

507 



335 

193 

11 

178 



112 

55 

3 

52 



2I4 
127 

28 
28I4 



2.6 2.8 



110 

5.5 

1,291 

12 

337 

930 

79 

637 



61 
6.0 
552 

5 — 
1I46 
383 

83 
251 



98 
5.7 
37I4 

13I4 

219 

77 

23I4 



I9I4 
8I4 
27 

2I4I 

2.7 
125 

5.1 

978 
I4 
388 
5I4I 
66 
U79 



326 
73 
11 

III4 

2.I4 

6I4 
S.3 

1,110 

36 
398 

686 
70 



532 

173 
815 

3.7 

I4O6 

5.2 

1,019 

36 

529 

I438 

59 

I472 



123 

393 
I49 
81 



51 
261 

27 
355 



3.0 2.9 

213 251 
5.0 5.0 
1,285 l,6l47 



8 

567 

682 

61 

6I47 



2I4 
7I47 
827 

58 
7I4I 





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QUINCY 








Tabic I 




NC 38 






1. Population i960 




3,U57 






13. 1955 ros. outside Sr.SA 










city total NC 38 
3,063 99 


NC-39 NC UO 
303 203 


NC hi 
3h6 


NC h2 
6h6 


NC !i3 
103 


NC ill; NC U5 NC 1;6 

156 375 2U7 


NC );7 NC U8 
liU2 UoU 


NC 19 
352 








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TAHLK I CHAIUCTIBISTICS 


TOi™ 


OF 


■no; POPULATION 


TOTAL 


1. 


Poptaation 1960 


la.yoo 


2. 


Population 1950 


9,982 


3. 


Percentage of Change 


89.3 


h. 


Male Population I960 


9,306 


5. 


Non-white Population 


210 


6. 


Total Forelcn Stock 


6,2U9 


7. 


No. of Harried couples 


14,233 


B. 


Couples with own household 


14,152 


9. 


Couples with own children 






Under 18 years of age 


2,979 


10. 


Population in group quarters 


286 


11. 


Population 5 yrs. and over 


16,101 


12. 


Item 11, some res. 1955 


8,856 


13. 


1955 res. outside SMoA 


1,291 


li. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 






school years completed 


12.3 


15. 


Total no. families 


l4,l40O 


16. 


No. incomes under $3000 


271 


17. 


$1 - 5999 


1,327 


10. 


$6 - 9999 


2,185 


19. 


$10,000 , nd over 


697 


20. 


Mcdiiji family income 


$6,880 



NC-59 



NC-60 



11,120 
It, 705 
136.3 
5,559 
93 
3,825 
2,l48U 
2,1.56 

1,86U 

222 

9,365 

U,998 

666 

12.3 

2,610 

138 

715 

1,356 

Uoi 

$7,010 



7,780 
5,277 
1»7.1. 
3,71.7 
112 
2,52U 

l,71i9 
1,696 

1,115 

6U 

6,736 

3.658 

623 

12.2 

1,870 
133 
612 
829 

296 

$6,661 



TABLE II AGE Am ECO- 


TOt'/N 


NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,799 


2. 


Persons 5 - Hi yrs. old 


14,397 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


1,120 


li. 


Persons 21 yrs. and over 


10,328 


5. 


Persons Ih yrs. and over 


ll,99i4 


6. 


No. of item 5 in Civilian 






labor force 


6,728 


7. 


No. of item 6 employed 


6,U9U 


8. 


Profeosional, Technical, 
Managers, Officials, and 






Proprietors 


1,261 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


1,8U2 


10. 


Craftsmen, foremen 


1,228 


11. 


Operatives 


1,122 


12. 


Private Household, service. 






laborers 


699 


13. 


Married women In labor force. 






Husband present 


1,163 


Il4. 


Automobile to work 


S,20l4 


15. 


Railroad, eubway, bus to work 


lt22 


16. 


Walk to work 


303 



NC-59 



1,755 

2,689 

505 

5,ao3 

6,8U6 

3,820 
3,711. 



690 

1,071 

73I4 

61.2 

U17 

663 

2,973 
298 
112 



NC-60 



1,0U14 
1,708 

615 

14,141.5 

5,11.8 

2,908 
2,780 



571 
771 
I.9U 
1.60 

262 

500 

2,231 

12U 

191 



TABI£ III CHARACTERISTICS 
WELLING UNITS 



TOWN 
TOTAL 



NC-S9 



NC-60 



1. Total Housing Units l.,9ti8 

2. Total Occupied Units l4,79l4 

3. Owner Occupied Units 14,293 
1.. Number of Units in 

1 unit structures 14,61.0 

5. No. Units in 5 or more 

Unit structures 38 

6. No. deteriorating 299 

7. No. dilapidated 88 
fl. Units built 1950-Haroh I960 2,329 

9. Median persons per occupied 

unit — 

10. Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 1.50 

11. Median No. rooms — 

12. Units reporting rent 501 

13. Ho. rentale under $1.0.00 16 
II4. No, rentals $140-79 11.9 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 299 

16. Median grosa rent 86 

17. No. reporting no auto available N.R. 



2,832 
2,7U5 
2,5148 

2,7l4<' 

11 

180 
57 

1,605 

3.9 

262 
5.7 
197 
6 
57 
122 

II .R. 



2,116 
2,01.9 
1.71.5 

1,898 

27 

119 

31 

72li 

3.6 

168 

5.7 

301. 

10 

92 

177 

66 

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TABLE I CHARACTKRISTICS 


Gin- 






OF ' 


THE I'OPULATIOH 


TOTAL 


SC-6 


SC-9 


1. 


Population I960 


1,0,080 


U,l423 


8,505 


2. 


Population 1950 


36,763 


1*,130 


7,138 


3. 


Percentage of Change 


9.0 


7.1 


19.1 


u. 


Male Population I960 


19,569 


2,117 


1»,233 


■;. 


Mon-whlte Population 


170 


8 


31 


6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


19,U99 


1,831 


a, 565 


7. 


No. of Married couples 


9,U87 


1,069 


2,003 


e. 


Couples with ovm household 


9,13U 


1,032 


1,901, 


9. 


Couples with own children 










Under 18 years of age 


5,866 


639 


1,210 


10. 


Population in group quarters 


U13 


27 


loU 


11. 


Population 5 yra. and over 


36,097 


3,989 


7,601 


12. 


Item 11, same res. 1955 


21,6U0 


2,201, 


li,5U 


13. 


1955 res. outside SMSA 


1,236 


283 


153 


ili. 


25 yrs . or over-Median 










schod years completed 


11.0 


11.6 


9.9 


1-;. 


Total no. families 


10,62U 


1,199 


2,211 


16. 


No. incomes under $3000 


1,278 


11,6 


273 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


1,183 


U85 


61,5 


1ft. 


$6 - 9999 


3,770 


391 


805 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


l,39li 


177 


288 


20. 


Median family income 


$5,917 


$5,61,7 


$5,962 



SC-10 



SC-11 



SC-12 



SC-13 



9,790 
7,237 
35.3 
1,778 
11 
U,585 
2,311 

2,206 

1,6U5 

25 

8,676 

5,600 

167 

11.1 

2.1,90 

207 

1,018 

9U5 
320 

$6,059 



5,057 


7,313 


U,992 


U,77e 


8,235 


5,21,5 


5.8 


-11.2 


-ii.e 


2,1,21 


3,619 


2,1,01 




115 


5 


2,1,3U 


3,98U 


2,100 


1,160 


1,806 


1,118 


1,139 


1,767 


1,086 


698 


979 


695 


27 


233 


1,7 


h,59U 


6,758 


U.1,79 


3,057 


3,783 


2,1,85 


80 


3U3 


210 


11.6 


11.1 


11.6 


1,302 


2,073 


1,3U9 


li,2 


330 


180 


U,o 


850 


5U5 


516 


61,6 


1,67 


20U 


21,7 


157 


$6,U,2 


$5,612 


$5,786 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 


CITY 














NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


SC-8 


SC-9 


3C-10 


SC-11 


SC-12 


SC-13 


1. Persons under 5 yra. old 


3,983 


U31, 


901, 


1,1114 


1»63 


555 


513 


2. Persons 5-11, yrs. old 


6,999 


735 


1,1,91, 


2,037 


8I4I4 


1,053 


836 


3. Persons 65 and over 


1*,005 


1,68 


781 


793 


523 


960 


1,80 


1,. Persons 21 yrs. and over 


25,5U» 


2,885 


5,317 


5,890 


3,281 


l.,952 


3,219 


5. Persons lli yrs. and over 


29,599 


3,32l4 


6,125 


6,797 


3,837 


5,798 


3,718 


6. No. of item 5 in Civilian 
















Labor force 


16,231, 


1,800 


3,U21 


3,787 


2,058 


3,129 


2,039 


7. No. of Item 6 employed 


15,1463 


1,700 


3,225 


3,653 


1,980 


2,956 


1,9U9 


8, Professional, Technical, 
















Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors 


2,273 


375 


308 


555 


298 


1,92 


2U5 


9. Clerical and Salaa 


1,,173 


1,27 


777 


885 


586 


909 


589 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


2,560 


216 


573 


6U3 


339 


I483 


306 


11. Operatives 


3,366 


21,0 


955 


901 


Ull 


500 


359 


12. Private Household, aerrioe. 
















laborers 


2,120 


292 


1,52 


I476 


2U5 


368 


287 


13. Married women in labor force. 
















Husband present 


2,295 


2U5 


560 


522 


3l49 


327 


292 


lU. Automobile to work 


7,91,8 


869 


1,71,14 


2,157 


1,121 


1,310 


727 


15. Railroad, subway, bus to work 


l,,805 


1*79 


925 


953 


5U1 


995 


912 


16. Walk to work 


1,055 


101, 


179 


238 


137 


326 


71 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF DV/ELLING UNITS 



CITY 
TOTAL 



SC-8 



SC-9 



SC-IO 



SC-11 



SC-12 



SC-13 



1. Total Housing Units 12,851, 

2. Total Occupied Units 11,81,6 

3. Owner Occupied Units 6,361 
1,. Number of units in 1 

unit structures 1,,756 

5. No. units in 5 or more 

unit structures 1,273 

6. No. deteriorating 1,81,9 

7. No. dilapidated 951, 

8. Units built 1950-March I960 2,031, 

9. Median persons per occupied 

unit 3.2 

10. Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 687 

11. Median no. roome 5.0 

12. Units reporting rent 5,l485 

13. No. rentals under $1,0.00 71, 
lU. No. rentals $1,0 - 79 2,271, 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 3,061, 

16. Median gross rent 63 

17. No. reporting no auto available 3,12li 



1,827 


2,506 


1,395 


2,373 


817 


1,511 


800 


1,269 


158 


83 


3';o 


U08 


21,9 


196 


159 


597 


2.9 


3.1, 


96 


239 


U.8 


h.S 


578 


862 


6 


38 


201, 


U48 


362 


371 


89 


76 


N.R. 


N.R. 



2,737 
2,68U 
1,599 

1,155 

».9 
98 

31 
8U2 

3.5 

273 

5.1 

1,065 

8 

1,72 

583 

82 

N.H. 



1,511 

1,1,60 

830 

I469 

70 

115 

12 

156 

3.2 

92 
5.3 
630 

8 

205 

U03 

90 

N.R, 



2,616 


1,657 


2,U13 


1,521 


899 


705 


U97 


5146 


712 


201 


U«5 


353 


330 


136 


186 


92 


2.7 


i.O 


91 


96 


I4.6 


5.0 


1,511, 


816 


12 





597 


3I48 


893 


1,52 


85 


83 


N.R. 


N.R. 



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TABLE I CHAIUCTKRISTICS 


CITY 
















OF 


TllE l\)l'ULATION 


TOTAL 


KC-ll3 


EC-U 


EC -as 


EC-U6 


EC-i.7 


EC-1.8 


BC.1.9 


1. 


Population I960 


39,210 


5,017 


3,9U6 


5,600 


3,805 


6,722 


5,91.1 


8,179 


?, 


Population l'^50 


Ul.STO 


5,525 


5,136 


6.295 


U,976 


7,211 


5,901 


6,836 


3. 


Porcentai;e of Change 


-6.1, 


-9.2 


-23.2 


-U.O 


-23.5 


-6.8 


.7 


19.6 


I.. 


Male Population I960 


10,27U 


2,362 


1,930 


2,509 


1,798 


3,126 


2,782 


3,767 


5. 


Non-v;hite Population 


171 


61 


29 


h 


35 


18 


13 


11 


6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


16,628 


2,098 


2,052 


2,93U 


1,1.21 


2,368 


2,585 


3,370 


7. 


No. Married couples 


8,U3li 


1,07U 


7U 


1,2U7 


695 


1,1.55 


1,293 


1,929 


8. 


Couples with own houaahold 


8,27U 


1,0U9 


722 


1,231 


679 


l,U37 


1,263 


1,893 


y. 


Couples with own children 




















Under 18 years of age 


L,753 


57U 


U28 


575 


39I4 


880 


787 


1,115 


10, 


Population in group quarters 


982 


173 


220 


1.8 


213 


53 


11.3 


132 


11. 


Population 5 yre. and over 


35,362 


1,568 


3,538 


5,i5l4 


3,U91 


6,051 


5,299 


7.261 


12. 


Item 11, sane res, 1955 


21,U73 


2,589 


2,015 


3,lli2 


2,061 


3,965 


3,077 


1..62U 


13. 


1955 ros. outside SMSA 


1,201 


175 


163 


169 


111 


219 


132 


232 


111. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 




















scliool years completed 


10.5 


10.2 


8.6 


10. I4 


10.1. 


11.6 


10.1 


11.6 


15. 


Total no. faraillea 


10,157 


1,338 


y62 


1,512 


878 


1,805 


1,518 


2,1W. 


16. 


No, incomes under $3000 


1,370 


221 


205 


219 


130 


211. 


191 


190 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


3,752 


510 


IA5 


598 


327 


630 


51.0 


732 


18. 


*6 - 9999 


3,706 


1.77 


261, 


U53 


291 


729 


576 


916 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


1,329 


130 


78 


2li2 


130 


232 


211 


306 


20. 


Median family income 


$5,970 


$5,706 • 


$U,972 


$5,7li6 


$5,863 


$6,21.7 


$6,11.1 


$6,600 



TABLE II AGE ANU ECO- 


CITY 
















NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


EC-li3 


EC-IO. 


EC-1,5 


EC-U6 


EC -1.7 


EC-!i8 


EC -1.9 


1. Peroons under 5 yra. old 


3,850 


1.50 


1.09 


ia.6 


311. 


671 


61.2 


916 


2. Persons 5-11. yrs, old 


6,609 


830 


630 


701 


605 


1,271 


1,087 


1,1.65 


3. Persona 65 and over 


5,297 


805 


527 


1,006 


659 


811, 


612 


871. 


1., Persons 21 yrs, and over 


25,690 


3,353 


2,595 


l.,081. 


2,600 


l.,215 


3.703 


5,11.0 


5. Persons Ih yrs. and over 


28,256 


3,800 


2,952 


l.,506 


2,91.3 


li,867 


U,292 


5,896 


6. No, of item 5 in Civilian 


















Labor force 


17,1.20 


2,151. 


1,765 


2,651 


1,729 


2,922 


2,722 


3,1.77 


7. No, of item 6 employed 


16,1.09 


1,978 


1,633 


2,U60 


1,581 


2,789 


2,600 


3,368 


8. Professional, Technical, 


















"lanagers, Officials, and 


















Proprietors 


2,668 


263 


175 


U35 


186 


1.55 


1.33 


721 


9. Clerical and Sales 


3,803 


1.80 


197 


633 


363 


673 


588 


869 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


2,111. 


218 


271 


275 


168 


1.08 


292 


1.82 


11. Operatives 


l.,197 


553 


570 


881 


365 


689 


766 


673 


12, Private Household, service, 


















laborers 


2,536 


313 


322 


392 


375 


1.23 


3U8 


363 


13. Married women in labor force. 


















Husband present 


2,8% 


379 


21.6 


1.58 


295 


U75 


USU 


587 


IJ4. Automobile to work 


10,572 


1,213 


856 


1,51.9 


853 


2,015 


1,737 


2,31.9 


IS.ltailroad, subway, bus to work 


1,371 


169 


95 


185 


207 


188 


193 


33U 


16.V/alk to work 


2,852 


383 


1.85 


523 


38U 


361 


U.2 


27U 


TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 
















OF [WELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


EC-li3 


EC-UU 


EC-1,5 


BC-I16 


EC-1.7 


EC-1.8 


EC-1.9 


1. Total Housln;; Units 


13.118 


1,770 


1,335 


2,11.9 


1,395 


2,]13 


1,861. 


2,1.92 


2. Total Occupied Units 


12,1.61. 


1,651 


1,233 


2,Ot7 


1,306 


2,023 


1,758 


2,1.26 


J. Owner Occupied Units 


5,739 


73U 


232 


692 


517 


1,187 


1,021 


1.356 


U. Nuiniier of Units in 


















1 unit structures 


l.,3l.7 


650 


82 


35U 


1.21 


885 


903 


1,052 


5. No. Units in 5 or more 


















Unit structures 


1,960 


216 


1.78 


631. 


329 


3U 


111 


158 


6, No. deteriorating 


1,885 


376 


221. 


112 


306 


210 


133 . 


521. 


7. No. dilapidated 


579 


1.9 


125 


26 


231. 


51 


1.0 


51. 


8, Units built lv50-March I960 


1,061 


117 


12 


29 


13 


111 


317 


Ii62 


9. Median Persona per occupied 


















unit 


2,7 


2.5 


2.6 


2,3 


2,3 


3.0 


3.0 


3.1 


10. Units with 1.01 persons per 


















room or more 


791. 


85 


120 


81 


69 


129 


133 


177 


11. Median no, rooms 


5.0 


1..9 


l.,7 


1..8 


U.7 


5.1. 


5.1 


5.2 


12, Units reporting rent 


6,725 


917 


l.oul 


1,375 


789 


836 


737 


1,070 


13, No. rentals under tliO.uO 


367 


33 


60 


58 


172 


23 


17 


1. 


Uj, No. rentals $1.0 - 79 


3,617 


1.90 


7U9 


697 


370 


383 


1.61 


1.67 


15. No. rentais $80 and over 


2,637 


366 


len 


602 


222 


mo 


216 


587 


16, Median gross rent 


75 


76 


67 


78 


63 


80 


72 


83 


17. No. raportim; no auto availat 


)le 3,1.39 


N,R. 


N.R. 


N.R, 


N.R. 


N.R. 


N.R. 


N.R. 



LI 




1^ /- 



DAUUUS 



TAIILE I CHAllACTKIilSTICS 
OF THE rOPUUTlOH 



1. Population i960 

2. Population 1950 

3. Percentage of Change 
U. Hale Population I960 

5. Hon-whlte Population 

6. Total Foreign Stock 

7. No. of Married couples 

6. Couples with own household 

9. Couples vlth own children 
Un'ier Ifi years of age 

10. Population in group quarters 

11. Population 5 yra. and over 

12. Item 11, same res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 
lU. 25 yrs. or over-Median 

school years completed 

15. Total no. families 

16. No, incomes under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family Income 



TOIJN 




TOTM 


ix-iy 


20,666 


1,801, 


17,162 


3,701 


20.h 


29. P 


9,115 


2,%) 


95 


8 


8,079 


l,6y7 


5,056 


1,216 


L,892 


1.18;> 


3,160 


737 


I4I 


18 


lH,3/8 


a,256 


ll,oa7 


2,503 


732 


157 


12.0. 


12.0 


5,117 


1,280 


358 


91 


1,690 


336 


2,h6b 


63B 


905 


215 


$6,978 


$7,055 



liC-20 



KC-21 



m;-22 



2,696 


1»,926 


1,595 


U,o59 


69.0 


21.U 


1,350 


2,375 


8 


68 


1,055 


1,90a 


651i 


i.ieo 


622 


1,155 


U38 


769 


2 


12 


2,359 


l4,l406 


1,19U 


2,712 


83 


201 


12.0 


12.1 


70U 


1,273 


62 


52 


208 


Wl 


286 


626 


11(6 


17U 


$7,135 


$6,81,3 



8,21,0 
7,P09 

5.5 
l,,0U7 
11 
3,223 
2,006 
1,933 

1,216 

9 

7,357 

a, 638 

291 

12.0 
2,160 
153 
725 
912 
370 
$6,719 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



1. 

2. 
3. 

h. 
5. 
6. 

7. 



9. 
10, 
11. 
12, 

13. 

la. 
15, 

16, 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 
Persons 5 - la yrs. old 
Persona 65 and over 
Persons 21 yrs. and over 
Persons la yrs. and over 
No. of item 5 in Civilian 
Labor force 

No. of item 6 empl<jyi9d 
Professional, Teclmical, 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 
Clerical and Sales 
Craftsmen, foremen 
Operatives 

Private Household, sanrlaa, 
laborers 

Married women in labor force. 
Husband present 
Autoffiobila to work 
Railroad, subway, bus to work 
W^lk to work 



Tovm 




TOTAL 


EC-19 


2,291 

a, 166 

1,725 

i2,a83 

ia,526 


5a9 
9ao 

372 
2,926 
3,381 


8,33a 
8,096 


1,967 
1,906 


i,a33 

1,856 

1,719 

53a 


372 

ua5 

396 
112 


930 


213 


i,a63 

6,280 
788 
378 


391 

1,559 

lai 

69 



EC-20 



EC-21 



BC>22 



337 

583 

166 

1,591 

1,817 

1,001 

960 



189 
216 
225 

92 
102 
li*5 

sae 

58 
29 



522 

1,006 

a22 

2,961 
3,a87 

1,928 
1,877 



303 
1*93 
ao9 
102 

22$ 

268 

1,380 

238 

66 



883 

1,637 

765 

5,Ou5 

5,8ai 

3,a38 
3,333 



569 
702 
689 
228 

390 

659 

2,a93 

351 

21i, 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF DV/ELLING UNITS 



Tuvm 




TOTAL 


BC-19 


6,oa3 


i,ai8 


5,851 


1,166 


5,011* 


1,222 


5,182 


1,317 


29 


— »— «« 


620 


ia6 


162 


79 


1,395 


a6i 





3.3 


3a8 


96 




5.5 


837 


11,1, 


15 





299 


53 


a52 


63 


86 





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N.R. 



EC-20 



EC-21 



EC-22 



1. 
2. 
3. 

a. 
5. 

6. 

7. 



10, 

11. 
12. 
13. 

la. 

15. 

17. 



Total Housing Units 

Total Occupied Units 

Owner Occupied Units 

Number of Units in 1 

unit structures 

No. units in 5 or more 

unit stmictures 

Ho. deteriorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built ly5u-Harch ly60 

Median persons per occupied 

unit 

Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 

Median no. rooms 

Units reporting rent 

No. rentals under $ao.OO 

No. rentals $ao - 79 

No. rentals $60 and over 

Median gross rent 

No. reporting no auto available 



780 


i,a2a 


7ao 


1,392 


666 


1,200 


733 


1,25a 




5 


75 


98 


7 


31 


31,1 


292 


3.5 


3.a 


a5 


82 


5.6 


5.8 


7a 


192 




a 


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52 


a3 


120 



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N.R. 



2,a21 
2,353 
1,926 

1,878 

2a 

301 

a5 
301 

3.3 

125 

5.7 

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CITY 




- 












Of THE POPULATION 


TOTAL 


MC-31 


MO-32 


HC.33 


MC.3U 


HD-35 


MC-36 


HC-37 


1. Population I960 


914,697 


7,03lj 


l»,530 


2,191 


2,565 


1.,1j71 


7,71.7 


3,095 


2. Population 1950 


102,351 


6,689 


li,190 


2,l4ll 


2,820 


l.,783 


8,102 


3,521. 


3. Parcentage o Change 


-7.5 


5.2 


8,1 


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-9.0 


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tl. Male I'opiilotlon I960 


Ui,905 


3,3?U 


1,957 


1,036 


1,2m 


2,057, 


3.6I.S 


1,1.69 


5. Non-white Population 


Ii70 


28 


33 




250 


21. 


16 


— — — 


6, Total Foreign Stock 


1.7,6b8 


3,592 


2,051 


1,129 


1,358 


2,259 


3,912 


1,562 


7, No, of Marrlod couplea 


20,525 


1,67U 


870 


503 


57U 


973 


1,683 


636 


8. Couplas wltl) oun hounehold 


20,076 


1,650 


853 


U95 


552 


957 


1,631. 


617 


9, Couple9 with own children 


















Under 18 years of age 


11,862 


1,037 


I490 


261, 


382 


500 


963 


369 


10, Population in group quartara 


1,799 


i^ — . 


821 


66 


- ■■■■ — 


37 


70 


— — 


11, Population 5 yrs. and over 


eu,i25 


6,122 


l.,178 


1,993 


2,272 


1»,001 


6,089 


2,775 


12. Item 11, oano roa. 1955 


1.8,532 


3,73!i 


2,102 


1,156 


1,1.73 


2,180 


I.,0li9 


1,713 


13, 1955 res. outside 3MSA 


6,660 


550 


7U» 


12li 


233 


a73 


533 


90 


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school years completed 


10.8 


ii.U 


12.2 


11.9 


10,6 


11.2 


11.7 


10.1 


15. Total no. fanllies 


2l4,U00 


1,921 


989 


565 


<7S 


Iflh" 


1,91.1. 


808 


16. No. Incomes under $3000 


2,896 


169 


53 


38 


ill 


12 


169 


92 


17. $3 - 5999 


9,22li 


788 


29U 


153 


389 


61.7 


317 


18. $6 - 9999 


9,162 


767 


I42I 


267 


231. 


1.77 


811 


301 


19. $10,000 and ovor 

20, Median family incoraa 


3,118 
$6,02li 


197 
$6,01? 


221 

$7,18U 


107 
$7,111 


9a 

$5,91.0 


15U 

$6,287 


317 
$6,fl83 


98 
$5,963 



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CITY 
















NCiaC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


MC-31 


HC-32 


MC-33 


Mc-3a 


re.35 


MC-36 


MC-37 


1. Persons under 5 yrn. old 


10,572 


912 


352 


199 


293 


a7o 


658 


320 


2. Per.^on3 5 - 111 yrs, old 


15,375 


1,161 


526 


317 


U33 


626 


1,19a 


595 


3. Persons 65 and over 


10,21.2 


731 


UIJ. 


31.6 


238 


66a 


9U. 


3a8 


tl. Persona 21 yrs. and over 


55,6h6 


I.,Ij76 


2,819 


1,507 


1,627 


3,069 


5'^l^ 


1,867 


5. Persons lU yrs. and over 


69,975 


5,039 


3,689 


1,708 


1,868 


3,118 


5,781 


2,2a3 


6. No. of item 5 in CivlUnn 


















Labor force 


1.0,973 


2,960 


, li976 


, 1,022 


1,100 


2,020 


3,313 


1,206 


7. No. of item 6 employed 


39,275 


2,859 


1,920 


988 


1,052 


1,928 


3,2a3 


i,iao 


8. Professional, Technical, 


















Manacers, Officials, and 


















Proprietors 


l.,970 


1.52 


1,60 


172 


87 


) 276 


51a 


73 


9. Clerical and Sales 


11,005 


851 


587 


302 


2a5 


( 600 


956 


309 


10. Craftsmen, foramen 


5,789 


m3 


167 


175 ' 


201 


328 


518 


173 


11. Operatives 


9,51.3 


59U 


295 


217 


33a 


301 


696 


350 


12, Private Household, Bsrvlea, , 


















laborers 


5,788 


1.57 


301, 


110 


159 


227 


a20 


160 


13. Married women in labor force. 



















Husband present 


6.371 


531 


297 


163 


182 


331 


a9o 


173 


IJ.. Automobile to work 


17,971. 


1,518 


903 


520 


a68 


838 


1,669 


a93 


15. Railroad, subway, buo to vork 


lli,037 


986 


51.2 


290 


a3i 


706 


1,160 


ao2 


16, Walk to work 


3,930 


11.6 


270 


123 


8a 


168 


183 


ia7 


TABLE III CtURACTERISTICS 


CITY 






' 










OF nVELLINO UNITS 


TOTAL 


H3-31 


H)-32 


MC-33 


M3-3U 


HC-35 


MC-36 


«:-37 


1, Total Housing Units 


29,219 


2,166 


1,108 


701. 


769 


1,511 


2,3/'l 


902 


2. Total Ciocupled Unlt« 


28,323 


2,11.5^ 


1,091 


, 683 


756 


i,a7a 


2,312 


880 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


10,130 


817 


U89 


•, 276 


316 


512 


95a. 


aiu 


1.. Number of Units in 


















1 unit structures 


3,512 


120 


129 


97 


88 


169 


172 


250 


5. No. units In 5 or mora 


















Unit structures 


11.228 


309 


10 


73 


19 


287 


119 


33 


6. No, deteriorating 


3,808 


1.5 


31 . 


32 


72 


62 


89 


81 


7. No, dilapidated 


519 






7 


10 


6 




11 


fl. Units built 1950-Mnroh i960 


61.0 


255 


'l 






11 


a 




9. Median persons per occupied 


















unit 


3.0 


3.1 


3.1 


2.7 


3.2 


2.5 


3.0 


3.3 


10. Unlta with 1,01 persona p«r 


















room or more 


2,193 


152 


35 


21 


59 


82 


116 


103 


11. Median No. room:] 


5.0 


5.1- 


5.8 


5.a 


5.2 


a.6 


5.3 


a. 9 


12. Unite reporting rent 


18,193 


1,328 


602 


1.07 


aao 


962 


1,350 


a62 


13 > No. rentals under $b0.00 


305 




— — 






6 


16 


8 


11.. No. ranUls $1.0 - 79 


7,1.76 


160 


72 


'"lib 


162 


299 


370 


210 


15. No, rentals $80 and over 


10,169 


860 


507 


28a 


266 


651 


956 


232 


16. Median gross rent 


83 


90. 


103 


91 


85 


88 


90 


81 J 



j^-y 



TAHLE I - continued 



IC-30 



?1C-19 



SOMrnVILLE 
(oontlnuod) 

HC-)|() 



1. ropulatlon If'DO 

2. Popula.lon 19S0 

3. Forconlaf^e of Chatiijo 
U» Maio I'opulntlon 

5. Ilon-whlto PopuJnllon 

6. Total Fnrolfpi Stock 

7. No. of Marriod couplos 

8. Couples vilh o«n household 

9. Couples vith own clilldrort 
Vniof 10 ytjars.ol ago 

10. I'opulntlon In proup quartsro 
H, Fopulatloli 5 JTs. end ovar 
1?. Ilnn 11, smo res. 1955 

13. 195;; re.t. cutsldo 61!SA 

lli. 25 yrs, or ovor-Hedlan 

school ycara completed 

15. Total no, ffiinllles 

16. llo. Incomos under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 
16. $6 - 99?9 

19. $10,CXX) rnd OTor 

20, Median family Inoom* 



MC-J,1 



Mn-li2 



HC.Ii3 



HC.Iil, 



lc-1.5 



{-,625 


•7,513 


8,19li 


11,1.55 


9,li97 


li,8l? 


10,950 


2,010 


9,505 


V,9U3 


0,607 


lO.llifl 


ll,liii2 


5,250 


12,071. 


3,935 
-I48.9 


r^'l 


-5.9 


-5.7 


12.9 


-17,0 


-0.5 


-1J..9 


1,176 


■' . J,)4l3 


3,913 


5,531 


h,7ll 


2,291 


5,26!i 


1,007 


37 


3 


11 


17 


15 


7 


26 


3 


li,127 


3,503 


lj,122 


5,76li 


14,702 


2,1.32 


5,091, 


1,161 


2,031 


1,1)70 


1,7/3 


2,503 


2,021. 


1,03U 


2,31i5 


Ii2l4 


1,^95 


l,li56 


1,729 


2,l.3li 


1,979 


1,016 


2,205 


14214 


1,1^2 


707 


1,013 


1,501 


1,106 


533 ' 


1,153 


292 


V 


33I4 


13lj 


■29 


lU . 


125 


57 


7 


7,627 


6,709 


7,310 


10,092 


8,309 


l4,33U 


9,f'.o 


■ 1,706 


lj,li01 


; 3,071 


3,998 


6,2li6 


14,663 


2,310 


5,555 


1,073 


572 . . 


, M5 


I43I 


336 


I4O2 


1.29 


1,116 


172 


10.6 ■ 


11.3 


U.L 


10.6 


9.7 


11.3 


9.0 


8.9 


2,290 


1,039 


2,092 


3,015 


2,1460 


1,21.6 


2,051 


5I4O 


277 


105 


236 


153 


3O9 


U49 


301 


103 


951 


612 


609 


1,209 


l.OOli 


1.97 


1,101 


219 


C73 


7!;0 


079 


l.cwl, 


OOO 


1»).8 


972 


150 


197 


292 


260 


31.9 


267 


152 


317 


60 


*5,837 


$6,565 


$6,360 


$5,633 


$5,6U 


$5,9oa 


$5,730 


$5,260 



TAniK II - continued 



fE-38 



HC-39, 



HC-I4O 



MC~lil 



HC-I42 



1«;-1)3 



KC-144 



fc-i.: 



Pprsono under 5 yrs, old 
PRTGons 5 - II4 yrs. old 
Peraons 65 end ovor 
Persons 21 yro, nnd ovor 
Persona 1I4 yra. and oror 
No, of item 5 in ClvUlart 
Lnbor force 

llo, of item 6 employed 
Profossionnl, Technical, . 
MnnaRorn, Officials, and 
Proprietors 
Clerlcol and Sales ' 
Craftenen, foreman 
Oporftlvea 

12. Private Ilouoehold, DOrvlce, 
laborers 

13, Harried oonen In labor force, 
Husband prosonl 

II4. Autamobllo to work 

15. Rnllrood, otibHoy, bus to work 

16. Hoik to work 



1. 

2, 
3. 
I., 
5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 



9. 

10. 

11. 



•/90 

1,M3 

C21 

5,5ol4 
6,331. 

3,71.0 
3,600 



1,1.0 
916 
592 

058 

51.14 

60I4 
1,706 
1,235 

352 



■ 72I4 
1,06U 

■1,102 
5,128 
5,012 

'3,1.11. 
3,270 



501 

1,002 
1,20 
670 

300 

526 
l,h75 

l,19l4 

299 



676 
1,310 

892 
5,277 

6,110 

3.731 
3,596 



1.53 

1,077 

?oi, 

791 

526 

6U. 
1,700 
1,270 

3l43 



1,363 

2,270 

905 
6,081 
7,993 

14,630 

l4,U40 



5I42 
1,171 

631 
1,058 

777 

699 
2,075 

1,602 

J4J7 



1,100 
1,616 
917 
5,920 
6,037 

l4,llil 
3,877 



263 

91.2 

I4OO 

1,11.3 

62I4 

563 
1,5a 
1,378 

U75 



1.78 

676 

617 

3,209 

3,711 

2,156 
2,039 



275 
560 
301 
507 

325 

277 
89? 
702 
227 



1,310 
1,026 
1,063 

6,fl«4 

7,953 

l4,773 
14,566 



I430 
1,291. 

659 
1,31.1 

661 

003 
1,009 
l,70Ii 

575 



- 223 

330 
160 

1,263 
l,l479 

701 
71.9 



32 
113 
111 

300 

97 

110 
3f>3 
267 
121 



TADLE III continued 



JC.30 



IC-39 



IIC-I4O 



MC-I4I 



HC-I42 



HO-I43 



MC.l4l4 



ic.1,5 



1 . T.-tal Houulng Units 
.. 1 t.-.l Occupied Units 
3. (-.nior Occupied Units 
li. Niunlior of Units in 1 

unit structures 
5» No, Units in 5 or more 

Unit et"T4cturoa 
61 No, dotsriorntlng 
7, Ho, dilepldatcd 
0. Units bnilt 1950-Knrcli 1960 . 

9. Median persons per ocouplsd 
unit 

10. Units vith 1.01 persona per 
TO(m or mors 

11. Iladlon Ho, roona 

12. II.U.t» rcportinj rent 

13. Ho, rentals unJor $1.0.00 ' 
111. llo, rcntnlo tl\0 - 79 

15. Ho, rentals $80 and OVat* 

!6, Kedlin great rant 

17t Not reporting no «uto aviilablt 



2,61,8 


• 2,l.3l4 


2,51,9 


3,3l4l 


3,013 


l,6l40 


3,1.03 


660 


2,586 


■. 2,350 


?,li53 


3,200 


2,067 


1,563 


3,258 


625 


972 


OiO . 


932 


1,031 


903 ■■ 


1.60 


1,052 


, 160 


206 


339 


355 


1.32 


396 . 


163 


566 


60 


162 


. . 612 


. 3?0 


. 735 


52'^ 


Iili3 


398 


95 


I423 


270 


330 


237 


1.70 


770. 


, 158 


12 


23 . 


1.2 


13 • 


131 


56 ■ 


Ill 


97 


8; 


56 


■~~— 


USB , 


21 ; 


10 


■ 


5 


3.0 , 


2.6 


3.0 


3.2 


' 3.0 . 


'■. 2.5. . 


3.1 


" 2.9 


190 


■ 131 . 


,' 169 


355 


102 ■■ 
'. ■ I4.6 / 


: 96 


30I1 


,70 


■ 5.0 


' • I..0 . 


y 5.0 ■ 


' 5.1 


■■ I..6 . 


5.0 


I1.7 


X,6ll4 


-1,532 . , 


;.,■ 1,521 ■: 


2,2i49 : 


• l,96l» 


. 1,103 


2,206 


■ '% 


■ 


', . ' 72- ' 


34 


61 . : 


, I4O 


19 , 


33 


617 


' •'. 1,50 


6314 


£68 


.'•B/! 


51.1 


, 1,260 


33li 


( 1 


'.■f'> 


■ ■ 0li2 


1,300 


/: 535 


001, ;■ 


■ 'lOh 


i J 


1:.') , 


;.i. 


• C!,' 


. 76 •:■ 


.,;■■ 7?-, 


76 


70 


"J^n 


:...; 02?-. r 


.;. 1,130 • 


; 1»130,1' 


■-.- .; 661 .1 


' 1,2C3 


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STONKHAM 



TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 
OF THE POPUUTION 



Ta™ 

TOTAL 



MC-75 



lC-76 



1. Population I960 17,821 

2. Population 1950 13,229 

3. Percentage of ChAnge 3I4.7 
it. Male Population I960 8,l451 

5. Non-white Population 68 

6. Total Foreign Stock 6,lj99 

7. No. of Married couplea U,075 

8. Couples with own houeehold 3,996 

9. Couplea with own children 

Under I8 years of age 2,551 

10. Population in group quarters 231 

11. Population 5 yra. and over 15,688 

12. Item 11, same res. 1955 8,962 

13. 1955 res. outside SMSA 1,139 
lb. 25 yrs. or over-Median 

achool years completed 12.2 

15. Total no. families h,L82 

16. No. incomes under $3000 317 

17. $3 - 5999 1,167 

18. $6 - 9999 2,086 

19. $10,000 and over 912 

20. Median family income $7,021 



11,770 
7,539 
56.1 
5,622 
U2 
1,122 
2,7U2 
2,686 

1,735 

113 

10,312 

5,861 

-770 



^, 



2,9^8 
183 
678 

1,395 

672 

$7,518 



6,051 
5,690 
6.3 
2,8?9 
26 
2,377 
1,333 
1,310 

816 

118 

5,376 

3,101 

369 

12.1 
l,55l4 
131. 
1.89 
691 
2U0 
$6,575 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 


ram 


NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


2,133 


2. 


Persons 5 - lli yrs. old 


3,735 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


1,537 


li. 


Persons 21 yrs. and over 


10,600 


5. 


Persons lit yrs. and over 


12,207 


6. 


No. of item 5 in Civilian 






Labor force 


U,706 


7. 


No. of item 6 employed 


U,S73 


a. 


Professional, Technical, 
Managers, Officials, and 






Proprietors 


1,855 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


1,765 


10. 


Craftsmen, foremen 


1,035 


11. 


Operatives 


1,169 


12. 


Private Household, service. 






laborers 


878 


13. 


Married women in labor force. 






Husband present 


1,220 


Hi. 


Automobile to work 


l.,912 


15. 


Railroad, aubway, bus to work 


51*7 


16. 


Walk to work 


901. 



m-iS 



MC-76 



1,1.58 

2,637 

81.9 
6,81,0 
7,862 

3,101 
3,026 



1,3U7 

1,122 

673 

653 

1.67 

775 

3,250 

323 

517 



675 
1,098 

688 
3,760 
l.,3U5 

1,605 
1,5U7 



508 
61.3 
362 
516 

lAl 

U1.5 

1,662 

221, 

387 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
OF WELLING UNITS 



TOV™ 
TOTAL 



MC-75 



MC-76 



6. 
7. 
0. 
9. 

10, 

11, 
12, 
13, 
11., 

15, 
16, 

17. 



Total Housing Unite 

Total Occupied Units 

Ovnier Occupied Units 

Number of Units in 

1 unit structures 

No. 'Jnits in 5 or more 

Unit structures 

No. deteriorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built 1950-March I960 

Median Persons per occupied 

unit 

Units with 1.01 persons per 

room or more 

Median No, rooms 

Units reporting rent 

No, rentals under $1.0.00 

No, rentals $1.0 . 79 

No. rentals itiO ani over 

Median gross rent 

No. reporting no auto availabl< 



5,012 
1,901. 
3,797 

3.815 

220 
262 

U2 

l,li29 



3U5 

1,107 

77 

1.02 

586 

85 

N.R. 



3,21.3 
3.178 
2,656 

2,751. 

185 

95 

9 

1,271 

3.5 

221 
5.8 
522 

73 
157 
262 

83 
11. R. 



1,769 
1,726 
1,1m 

1,061 

1.5 
167 

33 
158 

3.1 

121. 

5.6 

585 

U 

21.5 

321. 

66 

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MC-78 



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MC-80 



1. Population 1960 

2. Population 19S0 

3. Perceiit3(;e of change 
Ij, Male Popiaation I960 
■;. Non-white P pulatlon 

6. Total Forei a iJtock 

7. No. of Marrisd couples 

8. Couples with oim housohsld 

9. Couples wltn ovm children 
Under I'' years of ana 

10. Population in group quarters 

11. Population 'j yrs. aiid over 

12. Item 11, sa:Tio res. 19;,^5 

13. 19553 res. cataiJe SI'UiA 
Ui. 25 yro. or over-Median 

school year:i completed 

15. Total no. fanilies 

16. No. income;! under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. .■i;6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family income 



2li,295 

19,613 

23.7 

11,73? 

27 

9,316 

5,7i3 

5,617 

3,608 

208 

21, 'U5 

12,999 

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1,71.1 
2,690 
1,386 
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6,567 

5,285 
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3,298 
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1,570 
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3,503 

219 

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590 
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5,773 
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2,866 
1,655 
1,622 

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3,831 

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73 

5,288 

3,122 

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12.5 

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266 

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2,239 

1,700 
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1,270 

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TABLE II AGE AMD ECO- 
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T(W1J 
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MC-77 



H3-78 



MC-79 



MC-RO 



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9. 
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12. 

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11., 
15, 
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Poroons uii ler 5 yra. old 

Persons 5-11. yi"8. old 

Persons f, and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons ll. yrs. and over 

No. of iton 5 in Civiliaj 

Labor force 

Ho. of ite-i 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Managers, Officials, and 

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Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foramen 

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Private H jusehold, aarvice, 

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Married w men in labor force. 

Husband [ -esent 

Automobi]-! to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 

Walk to work 



2,68li 

U,825 

2,692 

l!.,9B7 

17,181. 

9,929 
9,609 



2,1.28 
2,711 
1,390 
1,81.0 

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1,681. 
6,601. 
1,051. 
1,118 



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1,307 

51.8 
3,9U5 
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1.31 

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272 

L66 

l,85U 

159 

319 



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656 


1,370 


1,266 


81.8 


627 


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3,593 


5,163 


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3,030 


2,318 


2,903 


2,265 


752 


771 


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61.8 


387 


253 


509 


377 


303 


200 


511 


379 


1,916 


1,517 


281 


21.9 


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882 

669 

2,. "95 

3,328 

1,939 
1,697 



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328 
281 

168 

328 

1,317 

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TABLS ni CHAiUCTERISTICS 
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17 



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Total Occupied Units 

Owner O-^upied Units 

Number of Units in 1 

unit structures 

No, Untla in 5 or mora 

unit structures 

No. deturiorating 

No. dilapidated 

Units built 1950-Harch i960 

Mddlan .jersona par occupied 

unit 

Units th 1.01 persons per 

room o more 

Medial, 10, rooms 

Units 'iiortini; rant 

No. rn'-'-als under fliO.OO 
\ No. re';tal3 $1.0 - 79 
, No. riMitals $80 and over 
, Median i^ross rent 
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TOT'iL 


HC-77 


7,i6U 


1,890 


7,017 


1,830 


5,27U 


1,338 


5,1.12 


1,1.99 


278 


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1,679 


518 




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385 


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1,7U3 


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60 


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582 


168 


1,003 


286 


88 


86 


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MC-78 



MC-79 



HC-80 



2,271 
2,230 

1,1.1.5 
1,180 

20U 

185 

Uo 

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2.9 

107 
5.5 
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72 
288 
U05 

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1,599 

1,301 

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216 

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1,358 
1,190 

1,330 

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MCl-120 


HC-121 


HC-122 


JC-123 


IC-12I1 


HC-125 


IC-126 


5S.ia3 


1»,592 


I6,lli2 


9,212 


7,339 


2,735 


6,588 


3,190 


5,615 


17,187 


3,017 


11,035 
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8,21j7 


6,120 


3.3«2 
80,9 


6,661, 


3,230 


5,I.8U 


17. li 


52.2 


11.7 


19.8 - 


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2.U 


26,631 


2,285 


7,87U 


U,388 


3,589 


1,252 


3,106 


1,51,9 


2,588 


209 


90 


30 


16 


21, 


9 


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6 


20 


2li,Ul9 


1,90U 


6,609 


3,81il 


3,133 


i,iaJj 


3,005 


1,577 


2,936 


11,553 


32U 


3,786 


2,081 


1,1)79 


560 


1,1.75 


655 


1,193 


11,289 


320 


3,739 


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1,1.30 


552 


1,1,51 


629 


1,133 


6,9lie 


236 


2,516 


1,263 


ei6 


260 


731 


ia2 


706 


5,193 


3,216 


27lj 


195 


918 


11.5 


166 


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279 


1i9,237 


h,3h9 


lii,f37 


8,082 


6,623 


2,1.91 


5,897 


2,775 


li,983 


26,679 


2,730 


7,752 


U,l46l 


3,266 


1,135 


2,970 


1,511, 


2,81.3 


a,3U 


371. 


1,326 


527 


91.7 


21.1 


1,21 


IW 


330 


li.6 


8.6 


12.3 


11.9 


U.9 


10.1 


10.7 


9.1, 


11.1 


13,0^7 


360 


l4,U6 


2,330 


1,6U0 


660 


1,766 


785 


1,1,00 


1,087 


9 


310 


178 


li.9 


80 


175 


69 


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3,991 


70 


986 


768 


UB2 


267 


671 


3U 


U36 


S,l4l8 


173 


1,765 


999 


661 


227 


657 


291, 


6la 


2,561 


108 


1,055 


385 


3U8 


06 


263 


111 


205 


$6,80U 


$8,U06 


$7,535 


$6,689 


$6,71.7 


$5,817 


$6,11,7 


$6,113 


$6,557 



1. lobulation i960 

2. FCpulatlon 1950 

3. Percent of Change 

h, Male Population I960 
5« Hon-*hlte Population 

6, Total Foreign Slock 

7. No. of Married couples 

6. Couples with o\in household 

9. Couples vlth own children 
Under I8 years of age 

10. Population in group quarters 

11. Population 5 yrs. and o»w 

12. Item 11, aena res. 1955 

13. 1955 res. outside SKSA 
ll,. 25 yrs. or over - Median 

School yrs, carnplated 

15. Total no. families 

16. No. incones under $3000 

17. $3 - 5999 

18. $6 - 9999 

19. $10,000 and over 

20. Median family Inooiu 



TABLE 11 ACE AHD ECO- 


cm 


















HOHIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


HC-119 


HC-120 


MC-121 


HC-122 


U3-123 


k;-i21, 


HC-125 


HC-126 


1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


6,176 


2U3 


2,105 


1,130 


716 


2W, 


691 


U15 


632 


2, Persons 5-11, yrs. old 


9,605 


1,011 


3,327 


1,71,1 


1,112 


278 


001, 


631, 


898 


3. Parsons 65 and over 


5,1,1.3 


503 


1,21.1, 


1,010 


606 


U17 


798 


2l,b 


621 


li. Persons 21 yrs. and ovor 


31., 369 


2,802 


9,669 


5,662 


l»,298 


1,970 


l.,52l. 


1,81,7 


3.589 


5. Pe.jona ll, yra. and over 


1,0,060 


3,1.30 


10,933 


6,1,62 


5,591, 


2,236 


, 5,080 


2,182 


U,163 


6. No. of item 5 in Civilian 




















Labor Force 


22,937 


906 


6,1.86 


3,777 


3,D.6 


1,1.37 


3,120 


1,1.26 


2,5ia 


7. No. of Iten 6 employed 


22,358 


967 


6,371. 


3,697 


3,035 


1,372 


3,oUl 


1,399 


2,1.73 


8. Professional, Technical, 




















Managers , Officials, and 




















Proprietors 


1,,3C6 


30a 


1,650 


66U 


607 


156 


31.8 


ISU 


1,23 


9. Clerical and Sales 


1,901 


109 


1,559 


8U0\ 


6U, 


286 


630 


257 


568 


10. Craftsmen, foremen 


3.935 


120 


1,133 


723 


1,91 


231. 


599 


237 


398 


11. Operatives 


l.,lil6 


61 


927 


720 


561. 


381 


751 


U,8 


56U 


12. Private Household^ servlea 




















laborers ' 


2,989 


336 


676 


529 


370 


195 


367 


191, 


302 


13. Married women in labor force. 




















Husband present 


3,879 . 


85 


1,113 


659 


1,82 


230 


51.2 


292 


1,38 


ll). Automobile to work 


13,980 


boo 


1.,519 


2,1,37 


1,891 


718 


1.71.3 


826 


l,Ub6 


15. Railroad, subway, buo to work 


2,210 


73 


683 


U15 


238 


153 


282 


129 


237 


16. Walk to work 


3,668 


396 


1.27 


1,91 


59l» 


376 


591 


323 


1,70 


TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


CIT'f 


















OK rWELLINO UNITS 


TOTAL 


MO-119 


HC-120 


HC-121 


MC-122 


MO-123 


MC-12lt 


MC.125 


NC.126 


1. Total Housing Units 


i5,o!a 


375 


l»,502 


2,627 


1,959 


9O8 


2,055 


891, 


1,61A 


2. Total Occupied Units 


ll,,733 


372 


1,1,21 


2,568 


1,912 


962 


2,023 


070 


1,605 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


0,100 


327 


3,381 


1,395 


1,037 


108 


710 


308 


762 


1,. Number of units In 1 




















unit structures 


8,730 


VS 


1,,086 


l,b82 


996 


111. 


535 


163 


979 


5. No, units in 5 or more 




















unit structures 


1,20 




lOO 


231 


.115 


297 


193 


* 65 


200 


6. No. deteriorating 


1,015 


_ 


279 


182 


• 136 


158 1. 


78 


58 


12U 


7. No. dilapidated 


120 




33 


6 


■ 36 


u 


2 


5 


25 


8. Units built 1950-Hareh 1960 


3,313 


177 


1,062 


530 


360 




32 


1.7 


297 


9. Median persons per occupied 




















unit 


3.1 


3.5 


3.1, 


3.2 


3.0 


2,2 


2.8 


3.1. 


3.0 


10. Units with 1,01 persons per 




















room or more 


1,21.0 


21. 


321, 


21.3 


, 151, 


71. 


11,8 


151 


130 


11. Median no. rooms 


5.2 


5.9 


5.5 


5.2 


5.3 


■••^ 77U 


1..9 


1,.7 


l,.9 


12. Units reporting rent 


6,616 


36 


1,0U0 


1,173 


075 ^ 


1,313 


562 


61,3 


13. Ho. rentals under $1,0.00 


30 


_-..» 




h 


. U 


20 


5 




5 


U,. No. rentals $1,0 - 79 


1,91.0 


20 


176 


318 


,232 


320 


362 


226 


278 


15. Ho. rentals $130 and over 


1.,516 




' 839 


038 


,-■ 627 


1.06 


91.6 


316 


51 J, 


16. Median gross i-ent 


92 




, loa 


. 93.- 


95 


02 


92 


aa 


90 


17. Ho. reporting iM auto available 


2,606 


- 11. R. 


■ -ll,!?. 


H.Hi 


' H,lt. 


11. n. 


H.n. 


N.ri. 


N.Rk 



i 




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WATIJlTOVm 





TADLK I CHARACThaiSTICS 


TOWN 




OF THE rOPUUTIUN 


TOTAL 


1. 


Population I960 


39,092 


2. 


Population 1950 


37,329 


3. 


Percent of Change 


U.7 


u. 


Male Population I960 


18,366 


5. 


Non-vhlte Population 


69 


6. 


Total Foreign Stock 


20,197 


7. 


No. of Married couples 


9,160 


8, 


Couplee with own houaehold 


8,860 


9.- 


Couples with own children 






Under 18 years of age 


5,375 


10. 


Population in group quarters 


I420 


11. 


Population 5 yrs. and over 


31., 663 


12. 


Item 11, samo res. 1955 


21.03U 


13. 


1955 res. outside SMSA 


3,326 


11*. 


25 yrs. or over-Median 






school yrs. conpleted 


12.1 


15. 


Total no, families 


10,1,55 


16. 


No. incciiies under $3000 


81.6 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


3,018 


18. 


$6 - 9999 


U,393 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


2,198 


20. 


Median fa^iily income 


$7,003 



HC-105 



MC-106 



MC-107 



HC-108 



6,681 

7,176 

-6.9 

3,211 

U,U2 

1,588 
1,521 

929 

50 

5,932 

3,693 

500 

10.7 
1,831, 
210 
665 
713 
21,6 
$6,176 



10,7U 


6,U76 


15,222 


10,6U6 


6,891, 


12,613 


..6 


-6.0 


20.7 


U,928 


2,936 


7,291 


I4I. 


19 


6 


5,U87 


3,563 


7,035 


2.581 


1,389 


3,602 


2,1,87 


1,356 


3.1,96 


1,351 


728 


2.367 


76 


172 


122 


9.797 


5,891, 


13.01,0 


6.U37 


3,U92 


7.la2 


891, 


532 


1.1,00 


12. U 


11.9 


12.1 


2,971 


1,711 


3,939 


210 


159 


267 


652 


1,95 


1.206 


1,209 


729 


1.7U2 


900 


328 


721, 


$7,989 


$6,857 


$6,866 





TADU; II AGE AND ECO- 


TCMJ 




NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 


TOTAL 


1. 


Persons under 5 yrs. old 


l,,l429 


2. 


Persons 5-11, yrs. old 


7.1.26 


3. 


Persons 65 and over 


1.161, 


1,. 


Persons 21 yrs. and over 


25.552 


5. 


Persons 11, yrs. and over 


28,8^2 


6. 


No. of item 5 in CiTllian 






Labor Force 


17,112 


7. 


No. of item 6 employed 


16,U73 


8. 


Professional, Technical, 
Managers, Officials, and 






Proprietors 


3,677 


9. 


Clerical and Sales 


1,,260 


10. 


Craftsmen, foremen 


2,316 


11. 


Operatives 


3.165 


12. 


Private Household, service. 






laborers 


1.806 


13. 


Married women in labor forca. 






Husband present 


2,829 


11,. 


Automobile to work 


9.516 


15. 


Railroad, aubway, bus to work 


3.1,39 


16. 


Walk to work 


2.01,6 



MC-105 



MC-106 



MC-107 



MC-108 



71,9 
1,003 

71,3 
U,U,3 
5,009 

2,972 
2,8Ul 



103 
665 
U8l 
758 

355 

U69 

1,252 
723 
601, 



911, 
1,703 

1,526 
7,373 
8,30U 


581, 
I.OUO 

861 
U,532 
5,061 


2.182 
3.680 
1.031, 
9.171, 
10,1,68 


1,,718 
U,S86 


3,171 
3,007 


6,251 
6.039 


1,51*8 

1,305 

516 

531. 


619 
871 
1,09 
627 


1.297 

1.1,19 

910 

1,2U6 


356 


379 


716 


711 
2,780 
1.107 

308 


580 

1,535 

783 

1,81 


1.069 

3.91,9 

826 

653 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


Tarn 






OF n/ELLING UNITS 


TOTAL 


MC-105 


1. 


Total Housing Units 


11,590 


2,009 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


11,371 


1,976 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


5,915 


800 


1.. 


Number of units In 1 
unit structures 


1,,730 


U6e 


5. 


No. units in 5 or mora 








unit structures 


529 


80 


6. 


No. deteriorating 


528 


97 


7. 


No. dilapidated 


1,2 


11 


8. 


Units built 1950-March I960 


1.31i, 


83 


9. 


Median persons per occupied 








unit 


3.2 


3.1 


10. 


Units with 1.01 persons per 








room or more 


671 


liO. 


11. 


Median no. rooms 


5.6 


5.3 


12. 


Units reporting rent 


5,1.56 


1,176 


13. 


No. rentals under $1,0.00 


31 




U.. 


No. rentals $1.0 - 79 


1,01,8 


3I1I. 


15. 


No. rent.-ils $80 and over 


U,27U 


797 


16. 


Median gross rent 


101 


92 


17. 


No. reporting no auto available 2.180 


N.R. 



MC-106 



MC-107 



MC-108 



3,271, 


2,011 


3,225 


1.978 


2,012 


918 


1,1*65 


726 


58 


U7 


m 


113 


1 


10 


169 


21* 


3.0 


2.9 


80 


81 


6.1 


5.6 


1.213 


1.060 


U 


15 


97 


21*3 


1.087 


771 


112 


95 


N.R. 


N.R. 



U.296 
1*,192 
2,185 
«,071 



271* 

20), 

20 

1,038 

3.J. 

369 

5.2 

2,007 

12 

361* 

1,619 

103 

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TABLE I CHARACTdaSTICS 
OF THE POPULATION 



TOTAL 



NC-13 



NC-Ui 



NC-15 



NC-16 



1. Population I960 26,071 

2. Population 1950 20,519 

3. Percontage of Change 26.9 
ii. Male Population I960 ll,li07 

5. Non-white Population 103 

6. Total Foreign Stock 7,30U 

7. No. of married couples 5,561 

8. Couples with ovm household 5,'»70 

9. Couples with own children 

Under 18 years of ai-e 3,lil0 

10. Population in group quarters 2,572 

11. Population 5 yrs. and over 23,826 

12. Item 11, same res. 1955 12,li83 

13. 1955 res, outside SriSA 5,285 
lU. 25 yrs. or over-Median 

school yrs. completed 13.7 

15. Total no. families 6,060 

16. No. incomes undir $3000 292 

17. $3 - 5999 ei3 

18. $6 - 9999 1,1186 

19. $10,000 and over 3,U69 

20. Median family Income $11,U78 



2,3Uo 

1,331 

75.8 

1,068 

1 

629 

560 

560 

U03 

92 

2,010 

1,050 

21i7 

12.9 
593 
11 
15U 
176 
252 
$8,761 



9,51i7 


8,635 


5,51.9 


8,572 


5,696 


l.,950 


ll.lj 


51.6 


12.1 


U,651. 


1,137 


1,51.8 


32 


26 


UU 


2,671 


2,759 


1,21.5 


2,225 


2,035 


71.1 


2.175 


1,999 


736 


1,225 


1,331* 


1.1.8 


330 


21 


2,129 


B.BUh 


7,712 


5,260 


5,378 


U,3U0 


1,715 


1,307 


1,U26 


2,305 


13.7 


13.1 


15.U 


2,li32 


2,222 


813 


Uh 


127 


UO 


259 


317 


83 


U86 


619 


205 


1,573 


1,159 


1.85 


$13,025 


$10,1.20 


$11,869 



TABLH II AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



TC-ni 
TOTAL 



NC-13 



NC-l). 



NC-15 



NC-16 



1. 
2. 
3. 
1.. 

5. 
6. 

7. 



9. 

10, 

11, 

12, 

13, 

11.. 
15. 
16. 



Persons under 5 yrs. old 

Persona 5-11. yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Perrons U. yrs. and over 

No. of item 5 In CiviUan 

Labor force 

No. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Teclmical, 

"anagers. Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foreman 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 

VJalk to work 



2,2lil, 

l.,981. 

2,1.71 

15,387 

19,:Ij9 

9,330 
9,228 



3,992 

2,551. 

588 

1.02 

1,113 

1,085 
5,622 

1,388 
833 



329 

509 

172 

1,362 

1,531 

853 
81.9 



321 

259 

79 

57 

88 

120 

631. 

56 

26 



703 

1,81,0 
1,071 
6,060 
7,173 


923 
1,981 

631. 
5,103 
5,880 


3,526 
3,1:93 


3,17U 
3,133 


1,621. 
91.3 
183 
176 


1,279 
952 
288 
116 


371 


287 


31.9 

2,090 

699 

210 


1.76 

2,159 

1.18 

205 



289 

6SU 

591. 

2,862 

l.,665 

1,777 
1,753 



768 

1.00 

38 

53 

367 

lljO 
739 
215 
392 



TABLE III CHARACTKRISTICS 


TOWN 






OF nffiLl.ING UNITS 


TOTAL 


NC-13 


1. 


Total Housing Units 


7,083 


623 


2. 


Total Occupied Units 


6,910 


619 


3. 


Owner Occupied Units 


5,829 


512 


U. 


Number of Units in 1 








unit structures 


6,710 


531 


5. 


No. units in 5 or more 








unit structures 


151 


92 


6. 


No. deteriorating 


191 


5 


7. 


No. dilapidated 


U. 




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291 


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119 


22 


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12 




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N.R. 



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2,716 


2.1.00 


2,m5 


2,191 


2.676 


2,385 


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93 


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209 


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TABLE I CHARACTERISTICS 


TO'.™ 














OF THE POPUUTION 


TOTAL 


NC-50 


NO -51 


NC-S2 


HC-53 


NC-5I1 


1. 


Population I960 


Ue,]77 


16,587 


8,539 


7,123 


6,397 


9.531 


2. 


Population 1950 


32,690 


11,112 


6.058 

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5,6a7 


3.883 


5,990 


3. 


Percent of Chnnge 


n.ii 


1)9.3 


26.1 


61). 7 


59.1 


1.. 


Hale PopulRtlon I960 


23,320 


8,]1.3 


14,120 


3,327 


3,126 


l),60l) 


5. 


Non-white Population 


158 


33 


19 


15 


10 


81 


6. 


Totnl Foreign Stock 


15,336 


5,1.65 


2,870 


2,31)9 


2,OU7 


2,605 


7. 


No. of Married couples 


10,887 


3.780 


1,888 


1,562 


1,1)83 


2,171) 


8. 


Couplas with own household 


10,70l4 


3,727 


1,837 


1.521) 


1,1)63 


2,153 


9. 


Couples with own children 
















Under IB years of a^e 


7,36l4 


2,625 


1,25U 


1,008 


1,003 


l,l)7U 


10. 


Population in group quarters 


310 


30 


1)1 


181 


18 


70 


11. 


Population Syrs. and over 


U,89U 


1U,392 


7,337 


6,336 


5,569 


8,260 


12. 


Item 11, same res. 1955 


25.822 


8,630 


U,U42 


1),175 


3,760 


1),815 


13. 


1955 res. outside SHSA 


Ii,h61. 


1,7U1 


615 


622 


1)82 


1,001, 


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school yrs, completed 


12.2 


12.2 


11.8 


12.1 


12.3 


12.U 


15. 


Total no. families 


11,851) 


k,099 


2,109 


1,723 


1.569 


2,35U 


16. 


No. incomes under $3000 


flOO 


263 


215 


UO 


92 


120 


17. 


$3 - 5999 


3.377 


i,o;^3 


830 


538 


368 


51)8 


18. 


$6 - 9999 


5,L3li 


i,9lii 


751 


763 


787 


1,192 


19. 


$10,000 and over 


2,?l43 


802 


313 


312 


332 


1)9U 


20. 


Median family Inoome 


$7,003 


$7,210 


$6,030 


$6,861, 


$7,351 


$7,1,13 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 
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NC-50 



NC-51 



NC-52 



NC-53 



NC-5I) 



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5. 
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15, 
16, 



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Persons 5-11) yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. and over 

Persons 11, yrs. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

Labor Force 

No. of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

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Clerical and Sales 

Craftsman, foremen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subviay, bus to work 

Walk to work 



6,203 
11,057 

3,581 
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31,61)1 

17,623 

16,687 



3,730 
1),U92 
3,387 
2.751 

1,930 

2,91,9 

13.283 

910 

931 



2,195 
3,925 

1,001, 

9,170 

10,752 

5,980 
5,510 



1,136 

1,1)76 

1,202 

927 

602 

1,032 

I),1j17 

337 

220 



1,202 
1,923 
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3,036 

2,886 



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587 
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1)80 

2,270 

11,3 

213 



787 
1,533 

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2,555 



587 
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1,891 

176 

212 



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1)22 
3,577 
1),177 

2,359 
2,270 



552 
611 
1,16 
361) 

278 

31)0 

1,887 

65 

102 



1.271 
2,177 
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3,601, 
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1,061 

662 

UO9 

297 

651 

2,818 
189 
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TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 
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NC-50 



NC-51 



NC-52 



NC-53 



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1. Total Housing Units 

2. Total Occupied Units 

3. Owner Occupied Units 
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unit structures 

5. No. of units In 5 or more 
unit structures 

6. No. deteriorating 

7. No. dilapidated 

8. Units built 1950-11«rch I960 

9. Median persons per occupied 
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10. Units with 1.01 persons per 
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11. Median No. rooms 

12. Units reporting rent 

13. Ho. rentals under $1,0.00 
U,. No. rentals $1,0 - 79 

15. No. rentals $80 and over 

16. Median gross ront 

II. No, reporting no auto available 



13,398 
12,910 
10,720 

11.1.61, 

301 
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169 

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3.5 

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1,389 



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1),353 
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20 

336 

79 

1,356 

3.6 

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5.6 

595 

8 

162 

393 

91 

N.R. 



2,373 
2,269 
1,625 

1,687 

128 

177 

27 

587 

3.6 

287 
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377 

255 

75 

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1,551, 
1,61,0 

55 
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1,72 

3.3 

152 
5.6 

397 

3 

198 

18-J 

79 

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1,710 ■ 
1,55U 

1,690 

5 

58 

22 

61,9 

3.6 

137 
5.6 
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N.S. 



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2,627 
2,229 

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77 

12 

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TABLE I CllAHACTEniSTICS 


Tarn 










OF THE TOPULATION 


TOTAL 


so -111 


SC-15 


SC-36 


SC-17 


1. Population 1960 


20,303 


U,039 


5,026 


U,093 


2,09l» 


2. Population 1950 


19,li96 


3.fl7i* 


U,59h 


li,o8l 


2,121 


3. Percentage of Change 


U.l 


li.3 


9.U 


.3 


-1.3 


h. Male Population I960 


9,731 


2,u5o 


2,370 


1,913 


981 


5. Non-wliite Population 


63 


12 


7 


6 


17 


6. Total Foreign Stock 


7,761 


1,599 


1.861 


1,395 


868 


7. No. of Married couples 


a, 500 


877 


1,118 


957 


U6U 


8. Couples with own household 


U,U65 


869 


1,083 


910 


U59 


9. Couples with own cnlldren 












Under 18 years of age 


2,728 


5Ui 


721 


573 


266 


10. Population in group quartsra 


UJ. 


272 


57 


28 


5U 


11. Population 5 yra. and over 


lfi,251 


3,6U7 


U,l471 


3,7U6 


1,882 


12. Item 11, same res. 1955 


10, 8U, 


1,785 


2,793 


2,521 


1,117 


13. 1955 res. outelde SMSA 


1,289 


378 


221 


273 


92 


111. 25 yrs. or over-Median 












school years completed 


12.3 


12.3 


12.2 


12.1* 


12.2 


15. Total no. families 


5,151 


987 


1,239 


1,0U9 


517 


16. No. Incomes under $3000 


558 


116 


97 


87 


U9 


17. $3 - 5999 


1,67U 


291 


U20 


268 


167 


18. $6 - 9999 


1,79U 


365 


U89 


361* 


191 


19. $10,000 and over 


1,125 


215 


233 


330 


110 


20. Median family income 


$6,573 


$6,618 


$6,653 


$7,687 


$6,787 



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5.051 
li,826 
U.7 
2, 1*17 
21 
2,038 
1,16U 

i,m 

65L 

30 

U,50S 

2,628 

325 

12.2 
1,359 
209 
528 
385 
237 
$5,765 



TABLE II AGE AND ECO- 
NOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



TOWN 










TOTAL 


SC-11* 


SC-15 


SC-16 


SC-17 


2,01*6 


392 


555 


3U7 


212 


3,61*6 


663 


980 


71*8 


357 


2.321* 


392 


U69 


571* 


302 


12,925 


2,592 


3,081* 


2,670 


1.353 


111, 912 


3,020 


3,571 


3,065 


1,555 


7,73U 


1,1*97 


1,901 


1.578 


81*6 


7,1*86 


1,U36 


1,821* 


1,535 


815 


1.883 


353 


1*1*1 


U15 


189 


2,1*21 


U36 


607 


571 


259 


1,028 


202 


288 


18U 


118 


768 


151. 


201 


115 


80 


767 


152 


220 


102 


121 


1,226 


2U5 


271 


232 


172 


3,991 


81*8 


980 


786 


UU6 


2,165 


31*3 


1*76 


U76 


219 


568 


9U 


237 


90 


U9 



SC-18 



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2. 
3. 

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5. 
6. 

7. 
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9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 

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11.. 
15. 

16, 



Parsons under 5 yrs, old 

Persons 5-11* yrs. old 

Persons 65 and over 

Persons 21 yrs. an i over 

Persons 11* yrs. and over 

No. of item 5 in Civilian 

Labor force 

No, of item 6 employed 

Professional, Technical, 

Managers, Officials, and 

Proprietors 

Clerical and Sales 

Craftsmen, foremen 

Operatives 

Private Household, service, 

laborers 

Married women in labor force. 

Husband present 

Automobile to work 

Railroad, subway, bus to work 

Walk to work 



51*0 

878 

587 

3,226 

3,701 

1,912 
1,876 



1*85 
51.8 
236 
218 

172 

306 

931 

651 

98 



TABLE III CHARACTERISTICS 


TOWN 








OF nreLLINQ UNITS 


TOTAL 


SC-11, 


SC-15 


SC-16 


1. Total Housing Units 


6,196 


1.127 


1.1*19 


1.177 


2. Total Occupied Units 


5,932 


1.161 


1,1.00 


1,160 


3. Owner Occupied Units 


3,331 


585 


839 


827 


It. Number of units in 1 










unit structures 


2.679 


369 


679 


658 


5. No. units in 5 or more 










unit structures 


370 


81 


k9 





6, No. deteriorating 


631. 


216 


81 


27 


7. No. dilapidated 


hS 


15 


1 


11 


8. Units built 1950-March I960 


1*79 


lU 


21? 


61. 


9. Median persons per occupied 










unit 


3.1 


3.1 


3.3 


3.3 


10. Units vrlth 1.01 persons per 










room or m ire 


271 


kS 


89 


25 


11. Medisn no. rooms 


5.7 


5.6 


5.7 


6,1* 


la. Units reporting rent 


2,601 


576 


561 


333 


13. No. rentals under $1*0.00 


8 









11*. No. rentals $1*0 - 79 


621, 


102 


lUl* 


35 


15. No. rentals $80 and over 


1,912 


1*66 


389 


28b 


16. Median press rent 


95 


97 


93 


107 


17. No. reporting no auto available 1,1*59 


N.R. 


N.R. 


N.K. 



SC-17 



SC-18 



639 


1.831* 


621 


1.590 


375 


705 


273 


700 


1.0 . 


200 


28 


282 


1 


17 


22 


63 


3.0 


2.9 


21 


91 


6.0 


5.2 


21*6 


685 


8 




70 


?M 


165 


60U 


95 


91 


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OF TOE POPULATION 



CITY 
TDT.M. 



MC-8U 



MC-05 



MC-0£ 



MC-87 



HC.88 



1. 
2. 

3. 
h. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 

n. 

12, 
13, 

lU, 

15. 
16, 
17, 
18, 
19 
20, 



Population I960 31,21'i 

ropulatlon 1950 20,li92 

I'arcpntape of Change 52.3 

Mn-le 7opulation I960 15,179 

lJo;i-v';il to Population 222 

Total Poreien Stock 11,335 

No. of Harried couples 6,893 

Couples with own household 6,70U 
Couples vlth own children 

Under 18 years of age U,6U9 

Population in group quarterB 2lil 

Population 5 yrs. and over 26,690 

Item 11, same rea. 1955 15, ^'3? 

Iy55 res. outside SKSA 1,797 
25 yro. or over-Hodian 

school years completed 12.1 

Total no, families 7,610 

Ho. incomes under $3000 631 

$3 - 5999 2,U11 

$6 - 9999 3,385 

$10,000 and over 1,1 1>3 

Median family income $6,650 



5,51.0 
3,521 
57.3 
2,678 
1 
1,076 
1,269 
1,236 

689 

26 

l4,6li8 

2,771 

285 

12.1 

1,31.3 
100 

5iit 

53U 

195 

$6,313 



7,192 
5,632 
27.7 
3,h71 
102 
2,525 

1,610 
1,551 

1,031 

57 

6,253 

3,77U 
398 

12.0 
l,7h5 
11.1 
566 
715 
323 
$6,61.9 



5,161, 
3,110. 
6U.2 
2,523 
31 
1,817 
l,081j 
1,068 

770 

l.,li37 

2,859 

169 

12.1 
1,210 
109 
hOl 
51.2 
158 
$6,1.73 



l.,683 
I»,720 

-.8 

2,200 

79 

2,01.7 

1,002 

91.9 

586 
71 

l.,lll0 

2,755 
106 

U.S 
1,175 
158 
395 
1.33 
189 
$6,1R3 



8,635 
3,1.75 
il.H.5 
U,217 
9 
3,050 
1,928 
1,901. 

1,1.13 

87 

7,212 

3,675 

839 

12.3 

2,137 

123 

535 

1,161 

318 

$7,lfcO 



TABLd II AOE AND ECO- 
HOHIC CIURACTcJilSTICS 



CITT 
TOTAL 



MC-8I( 



MC-05 



Mc-e6 



KC-87 



rc-ee 



1. Persons under 5 yrs. old 


l.,525 


673 


939 


727 


51,3 




1,1,23 


2. Persona S - ll. yrs. old 


6,563 


1,223 


1,1.01. 


1,271. 


862 




1,800 


3. Persons 65 and over 


2,1.71 


396 


729 


31.3 


1.72 




531 


b. Persons 21 yrs. and over 


18,012 


3,075 


l.,3U 


2,777 


2,929 




l.,920 


5. Persons lli yra. and over 


20,530 


3,l49U 


U,937 


3,233 


3,31.8 




5,518 


6. Ho. of Item 5 in Civilian 
















I-ibor force 


11,696 


1,931 


2,879 


1,PI,1 


1,906 




3,139 


7. No. of iten 6 employed 


11,326 


1,890 


2,779 


1,765 


1,816 




3,076 


8. Professional, Technical, 
















Managers, Officials, and 
















Proprietors 


2,266 


338 


551 


311. 


279 




78!. 


9. Clerical and Sales 


2,8f!9 


380 


772 


1.11. 


1,80 




81,3 


10, Craftsnon, foremen 


2,097 


aoB 


1.38 


1.1,0 


269 




5U2 


11, Operatives 


2,233 


386 


533 


351 


1.60 




503 


12. Private Household, service. 
















laborers 


1,1.11 


2li2 


3ti9 


192 


21.7 




3l'l 


13. Married women in labor force. 
















Husband present 


i.e6i 


311. 


1.81 


292 


2B6 




1.88 


lit. Autoncblle to work 


8,';o5 


I,3b9 


2,077 


1,356 


1,19U 




2,1.89 


15. Railroad, evibway, bus to work 


050 


li6 


205 


11.0 


215 




171. 


16. Walk to work 


975 


111. 


251. 


130 


21.7 




230 


TABLE in CHARACTERISTICS 


CITY 














OF WffiLLING UNITS 


TOrAL 


MC-81i 


Hc-e5 


MC-86 


MC- 


•87 


VC-B& 


1, Total Housing Units 


8,551. 


1,1.78 


2,059 


1,331 


1, 


369 


2,317 


2. Total Occupied Units 


8,300 


1,1.1,8 


1,976 


1,311 


1, 


307 


2,253 


3, Owner Occupied Units 


6,120 


1,139 


1,337 


931 




765 


1,9U8 


U. Nunber of units in 1 
















unit structures 


6,361 


1,237 


1,351 


1,038 




755 


1,980 


5, No. unita in 5 or more 
















unit structures 


i.l6 


20 


105 


130 




1.3 


38 


6. Ho. dotoriorating 


6y0 


1.6 


319 


69 




152 


lOU 


7. Ho. dilapidated 


287 


9 


160 


17 




Uk 


57 


8. Units built 1950-March I960 


3,170 


536 


539 


560 




161 ' 


1,37U 


9. MsJian persons per occupied 
















unit 


3.6 


3.7 


3.U 


3.8 




3.2 


3.7 


10, Units with 1.01 persona per 
















room or more 


776 


161 


165 


162 




116 


172 


11. Mndian no, rooms 


5.5 


5.5 


■;.6 


5.1. 




5.1. 


5.5 


12. Units re|,orting rent 


2,180 


309 


639 


3;io 




51.2 


310 


13. Ho. rentals under $1.0.00 


131. 


8 


36 


1(2 




21. 


21, 


111, No. rentals $1.0 - 79 


920 


151 


282 


155 




257 


75 


15. Ho. rentals $00 and over 


1,019 


11.2 


30U 


11.5 




21.5 


183 


16. Median gross rent 


Co 


79 


7'; 


75 




79 


86 


17, No, reporting no auto avallablel,205 


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