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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (Jl.^, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

Sinclair Weeks, Secretary ' Robert W. Burgess, Director 



UNITED STATES 



Census of Business : 1954 



• Volume II 
RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel for the 

United States, Geographic Divisions, States, 

Standard Metropolitan Areas, Counties, Cities 

and the Territories of Alaska and Hawaii 



Part 1 

UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

and 

ALABAMA— MISSISSIPPI 



Prepared under the supervision of 

HARVEY KAILIN 

Chief, Business Division 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON : I9S6 



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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

ROBERT W. BURGESS, Director 

A. Ross EcKLER, Deputy Director 
Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 
Conrad Taeuber, Assistant Director 

Jack B. Robertson, Special Assistant 
Morris H. Hansen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 
Walter L. Kehres, Assistant Director for Administration 
Calvert L. Dedrick, Chief, International Statistical Programs Office 
A. W. VON Struve, Acting Public Information Officer 

Business Division — Harvey Kailin, Chief 

Retail Trade Branch— Henry Wulff, Chief 

Service Trade Branch — Louis Greenberg, Chief 

Wholesale Trade Branch — John Albright, Chief 

Statistical Methods Branch — Ralph S. Woodruff, Chief 

Procedures and Processing Branch — Frank A. Cirillo, Chief 

Current Surveys Branch — James W. Turbitt, Chief 
Economic Operations Division — M. D. Bingham, Chief 

Irving Weiss, Assistant Chief 

Administrative Service Division — Everett H. Burke, Chief 

Agriculture Division — Ray Hurley, Chief 

Budget and Management Division — Charles H. Alexander, Chief 

Field Division — Robert B. Voight, Chief 

Foreign Trade Division — J. Edward Ely, Chief 

Geography Division — Clarence E. Batschelet, Chief 

Governments Division — Allen D. Manvel, Chief 

Housing Division — Wayne F. Daugherty, Chief 

Industry Division — Maxwell R. Conklin, Chief 

Machine Tabulation Division — C. F. Van Aken, Chief 

Personnel Division — Helen D. Almon, Chief 

Population Division — Howard G. Brunsman, Chief 

Statistical Reports Division — Edwin D. Goldfield, Chief 

Statistical Research Division — William N. Hurwitz, Chief 

Transportation Division — Donald E. Church, Chief 



This volume comprises the 1954 Census of Business Retail Trade Area Bulletins, Series R-1 



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Preface 

This is one of a series of volumes presenting final results of the 1954 Census of Business 
for Retail, Wholesale, and Selected Service Trades. Statistics for Retail Trade are con- 
tained in two volumes, Volume I and this volume. The 1954 Census, which was conducted 
by mail canvass of business establishments and by use of Internal Revenue Service records 
(See "Method of Enumeration" in Introduction), was authorized by law under Title 13, United 
States Code, Section 131. Previous business censuses covered the years 1929, 1933, 1935, 
1939, and 1948. 

Important to the conduct of the 1954 Census of Business was the cooperation of the Bureau 
of Old- Age and Survivors Insurance and the Internal Revenue Service in permitting use of 
certain records thus making possible a material reduction in the cost of enumerating the 
Census. The Bureau also acknowledges the assistance of many private and public organi- 
zations in the planning phase of the census and the excellent cooperation of some 1,750,000 
business establishments in completing the required Census forms. 

The advice of trade associations, individual businessmen, research and marketing organi- 
zations, and government agencies was invaluable in determining the feasibility of collecting 
various types of data and the methods for minimizing the burden of reporting, as well as in 
determining the types of information which would be of greatest value. Especially helpful 
was the Advisory Council on Federal Reports which, through special panels of business ex- 
perts, advised and assisted in the development of inquiries. Because of budgetary and other 
limitations, it was not possible to collect all of the data recommended by these groups. Time- 
ly publicity given to the Business Census by chambers of commerce, business organizations, 
trade papers, local newspapers, and television and radio stations aided greatly in informing 
businessmen of the nature and objectives of the census and facilitated the collection of census 
reports. 

Primary responsibility for the 1954 Census of Business program was centered in the Busi- 
ness Division of the Census Bureau, under the direction of Harvey Kailin, Chief of the Divi- 
sion. Henry Wulff, Chief of the Retail Trade Branch, supervised the retail trade segment of the 
Business Census. He was assisted by Gerda S. Mones, Assistant Chief of the Retail Trade 
Branch, and Philip M. Chenoweth and Caesar G. Hill who were chiefly responsible for handling 
technical problems. 

Processing of the 1954 Census of Business reports was performed by the Economic Opera- 
tions Division, under the supervision of M. D. Bingham, Division Chief, and Irving Weiss, 
Assistant Chief. Donald K. Weasmer, then Chief of the Retail and Service Census Branch, 
was responsible for processing Retail Trade reports and tabulations. He was assisted by 
Jack A. Scharff and John S. Lannan. 

In the Field Division, Jack B. Robertson, then Chief of the Division; Ivan G. Munro, As- 
sistant Chief; and Arthur L. Cook, then Chief of the Economic Census Branch, directed the 
field work for the Census of Business. 

Important functions were also performed by the Machine Tabulation Division under C. F. 
Van Aken, Chief; Mrs. Catherine M. Neafsey, Chief of the Economics Section, was responsible 
for machine tabulation techniques and procedures used in Retail Trade tabulations. 

Geography Division personnel participating in various phases of Business Census work 
were Clarence E. Batschelet, Chief; Robert C. Klove, Assistant Chief; and William T. Fay, 
Chief, Survey Planning Branch. 

Donald K. Heiser, Chief of the Electronics Systems Branch, assisted by Rudolph M. Micoly, 
Chief of Operations for the Branch, was responsible for planning and use of electronic com- 
puter and accompanying equipment. Robert H. Brooks, Chief, Graphics Branch, was responsible 
for preparingCensusof Business publications for reproduction. Mrs. Elma Beynon of the Statis- 
tical Reports Division reviewed all text material and table forms, and assisted on publications 
problems. 

December 1956 

III 



Chapter 

1. United States Summary. 
*2. Sales Size. 
*3. Employment Size. 
*4. Single Units and Multiunits. 



1954 CENSUS OF BUSINESS FINAL REPORTS 
Volume I: RETAIL TRADE— SUMMARY STATISTICS 

Chapter 

*5. Legal Form of Organization. 

6. Miscellaneous. 
*7. Territories of Alaska and Hawaii. 



*AIso issued as separate reports in bulletin series R-2. 



Volume II: RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



United States summary and separate chapters for each State, the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, Alaska, and Hawaii. Statistics by counties, cities, and 
standard metropolitan areas, and by kind of business; with cross classifica- 



tion by kind of business for standard metropolitan areas and for cities 
and counties with 500 or more retail establishments. (Chapters also are 
issued as separate reports in bulletin series R-1.) 



Volume III: WHOLESALE TRADE— SUMMAR Y STATISTICS, AND PUBLIC WAREHOUSES 



WHOLESALE TRADE 

Chapter 

1. United States Summary. 
*2. Size of Establishment or Firm. 
*3. Credit, Receivables, Bad-Debt Losses. 
*4. Sales by Class of Customer. 
*5. Warehouse and Cold Storage Space. 
*6. Commodity Line Sales. 

•Also issued as separate reports in bulletin series W-2. 



Chapter 

7. Legal Form of Organization. 
*8. Petroleum Bulk Plants and Terminals. 

9. Miscellaneous. 
*10. Territories of Alaska and Hawaii. 

* PUBLIC WAREHOUSES 



Volume IV: WHOLESALE TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



United States summary and separate chapters for each State, the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, Alaska, and Hawaii. Statistics by counties, cities, and 
standard metropolitan areas, and by kind of business; with cross classifica- 



tion by kind of business for standard metropolitan areas, and for counties 
and cities with 100 or more wholesale establishments. (Chapters also are 
issued as separate reports in bulletin series W-1.) 



Volume V: SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— SUMMARY STATISTICS 



Chapter 

1. United States Summary. 
*2. Receipts Size. 
*3. Employment Size. 
*4. Single Units and Multiunits. 
*5. Legal Form of Organization. 

*Also issued as separate reports in bulletin series S-2. 



Chapter 

*6. Hotels; Motels and Tourist Courts. 

*7. Power Laundries, Cleaning and Dyeing Plants, and Related Services. 

*8. Motion Pictures. 
9. Miscellaneous. 
*10. Territories of Alaska and Hawaii. 



Volume VI: SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— AREA STATISTICS 



United States summary and separate chapters for each State, the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, Alaska, and Hawaii. Statistics by counties, cities, and 
standard metropolitan areas, and by kind of business; with cross classifica- 



tion by kind of business for standard metropolitan areas and for cities 
and counties with 200 or more service establishments. (Chapters also 
are issued as separate reports in bulletin series S-1.) 



CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT BULLETINS 



Central business district statistics are published in a series of separate 
bulletins comprising a report for each of 95 selected large cities. These 
bulletins are not bound in a volume. Bulletins contain comparative 
1954 and 1948 data on number of establishments, volume of sales (or 
receipts), and annual payroll for all retail stores and about 25 kinds of 



retail business, and for hotels and motion picture theaters. Areas for 
which data are presented include the central business district, the city in 
which it is located, the standard metropolitan area containing the city, 
the city outside the central business district, and the standard metropolitan 
area outside the central business district. 



CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 

Page 

Kinds of Business Covared..... •■.■>.....•■•.•.•■•■••■■■•••..•• •■..■.. ■•.•...•.•........,.• ,. ,, ,,, ^ 1 

Nsthod of Enuneratlcm .••.•...■..............•. • .■■......••• 1 

CooparlsoD of 19i^ and 19^ Censuses 1 

Confldazttlollty of Data 2 

Explanation of Terms 2 

City Slie 3 

Standard lietrcpolltan Area Concept..... , 3 

Klnd-cf -Business Clasalf Icatlon 3 

Kind -of -Business Stubs B 

Census Inquiries 10 

Nerchand Ise Lines Questions ,' ,,, 11 

Data for Selected New England Towns , 14 

List of Standard Metropolitan Areas and their Definitions , , 17 

(teps: Standard Metropolitan Areas: 195i , , ,, 20 

Standard Metropolitan Areas in the Northeastern Part of the United States , ,.,..• 21 



INDEX TO CHAPTERS 

The pag«s of this volume have been numbered independently vlthin each chapter; page numbers consist of two parts, the first part being the chapter number. Thus l-li is chap- 
tor 1, page li (United States Sunmary); 10-19 is chapter 10, page 19 (Florida) j etc. Page 3 of each chapter contains a table of contents for that chapter. A map appears on page 
2 of each chapter: in chapter 1, the U. S. map showing Census regions and divisions; in State chapters, a map showing counties and standard metropolitan eireaa. See "Description 
of Tables" for titles of tables in «ach ohaptsr. 



Chapter 

Qnited States Sunnary 1 

Alabama 2 

ArlsoDB .......•............••••.....•••...... 3 

Arkansas.. ..•.■....■....■■■.••■•••••••••.••.•..••.. ^ 

California • 5 

Colorado........ ..................... .............. 6 

Connecticut 7 

Delaware ........................................... 8 

District of Columbia 9 

Florida 10 

Georgia 11 

Idaho 12 



Illinois- 
Indiana. 



13 
14 



Kansas. . . , 
Kentucky., 



Louisiana. , 
*lne , 



Maryland 

Massachusetts. 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi... 

Mlssoiorl 

Montana 

Nebraska...... 

Nevada,.... ... 



New Hampshire,., 

New Jersey , 

New Mexico , 

New York". , 

North Carolina., 
North Dakota.,,, 
Ohio , 



Chapter 
18 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



Chapter 

Oklahoma 36 

Oregon 37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 



Pennsylvania, , 
Rhode Island... 
South Carolina, 
South Dakota... 

Tennessee 

Texas 



Utah 

Vexnont 

Virginia 

Washington. . , 

West Virginia 
Wisconsin..., 
Wyoming ..,,,. 



Alaska. . 

Hawaii., 



44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

51 
52 



DESCRIPTION OF TABLES 
United States Summary Chapter 

Table Page 

lA. Retail Trade: 1954— United States, by- Kind of Business — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 1-5 

IB. Retail Trade: 1948— Itaited States, by Kind of Business— Establishments and Sales 1_7 

IC. Retail Trade; 1954 and 1948— United States, by Kind of Business— Establishments and Sales 1-8 

U>. Retail Trade: 1954— Regions, by Kind of Biislness — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 1-9 

IE. Retail Trade: 1948— Regions, by Kind of Business— Establishments and Sales 1_17 

IF, Retail Trade: 1954 — Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business- Establishments, Sales, P^roll, and Personnel 1_18 

10. Retail Trade: 19^8— Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business- Establishments and Sales 1-36 

IH. Retail Trade: 1954 — United States, by Regions, Geographic Divisions, and States— Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 1-39 

IJ. Retail Trade: 1954 — United States, by Kind of Business, by Regions, Geogr^hic Divisions, and States — Establishments and Sales 1-40 

IK, Retail Trade: 1954 — Standard Metropolitan Areas, by Kind of Business— Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 1-50 

IL. Retail Trade: 1954— United States, by Kind of Business and City Size— Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 1-72 

IM. Retail Trade: 1954 — Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business and City Size— Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 1-75 

IN. Retail Trade: 1954 — Standard Metropolitan Areas, Ranked by Volume of Sales and by Papulation— Standard Metropolitan Areas and Central Cities— Sales, Establishments, 

Population, and Per Capita Sales , , , ,, 1-102 

IP. Retail Trade: 1954 — Cities with 10,000 Inhabitants or More, Ranked by Volume of Sales— Sales, Establishments, Population, and per Ce^iita Sales 1-105 

State and Territory Chapters 
Table 

101. The State: 1954 — Establlshioents, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business. 
lOlA. The State: 1954 and 1948— Establishments and Sales, by Kind of Business. 

102. Counties and Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1954— Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel— Total Retail; Stores and Sales, by Kind -of -Business Group. 
102A. Counties and Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1948— Establishments and Sales. 

103. Standard Metropolitan Areas: 1954 — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by KIikI of Business. 
ICQA. Standard Metropolitan Areas: 1948 — Establlsha»ents a»l Sales, by Kind of Business, 

104. Counties with 500 Establishments or More: 1954 — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, ai^ Personnel, by Kind of Business. 

105. Cities with 500 Botabllshmanta or More: 1954 — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business. 



The area chapters of this volume comprise the statistical portions of previously p\d>Itshed 
area bulletins (scries R-1). Corrections, if any, found after publication of the area bulletin 
are indicated at the end of the chapter for that area. Corrections have been noted (in the ap- 
propriate State chapter, of this volume) only for cities, counties, and standard metropolitan 
areas, since these are the data significantly affected. Corrections have not been noted in the 
United States Summary chapter. 



INTRODUCTION 



The 1954 Census of Business, along with the 1954 Censuses of 
Manufactures and Mineral Industries, was authorized by law 
under Title 13, United States Code, Section 131. These 1954 
Censuses covered businesses operated in continental United 
States, Alafka, and Hawaii. Separate Censuses of Business 
and Manufactures for 1954 were also conducted in Puerto Rico 
jointly with the Commonwealth Government. 

The 1954 Census of Business covered Retail Trade, Whole- 
sale Trade, and Selected Service Trades. This volume pro- 
vides findings for that portion of the 1954 Census of Business 
which relates to Retail Trade. 



KINDS OF BUSINESS COVERED 

This report covers all establishments included in Retail Trade, 
defined in accordance with the principles of the Standard In- 
dustrial Classification System, as published in Volume II, Non- 
manufacturing Industries (1949 edition of the Standard Indus- 
trial Classification Manual , issued under the auspices of the 
Bureau of the Budget, Executive Office of the President), with 
the exception of milk dealers which, in conformity with a sub- 
sequent action of the Bureau of the Budget, have been classi- 
fied in the manufacturing industries. (See FoodStores, page 4.) 

Retail Trade, as defined in the Standard Industrial Classi- 
fication Manual , and as covered in the 1954 Census of Busi- 
ness, includes establishments primarily engaged in selling mer- 
chandise directly to personal, household, and farm users. Ex- 
cluded from Retail Trade are places of business operated by 
membership clubs and open only to their own members or per- 
sonnel, such as restaurants and bars operated by country 
clubs, school cafeterias, cafeterias operated by industrial plants 
for their employees, establishments operated by agencies of the 
Federal Government on military posts, and hospitals. 



METHOD OF ENUMERATION 

For purposes of coverage in the 1954 Census of Business, 
retail establishments were divided into two categories -those 
with any paid employment during 1954, i. e., the "employer" 
universe and those with no paid employment during 1954, i. e., 
the "nonemployer" universe. The method of obtaining Census 
information for these two groups was as follows; 

Enumeration of "Employers. " -Information for establishments 
having paid employees and engaged in retail trade was obtained 
by means of a mail canvass. Report forms were mailed to all 
business firms included in the active records of the Internal 
Revenue Service as subject to payment of Federal Insurance 
Contributions Act (PICA) taxes (i. e., employers of one or more 
persons) and which were classified in the records of the Bu- 
reau of Old Age and Survivors Insurance (BOASl) as wholly or 
partially engaged in retail, wholesale, manufacturing, mineral 
industries, and in major groups 70, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, and 79 
of the service portion of the Standard Industrial Classification 
Manual , In addition, report forms were mailed to all establish- 
ments which BOASI had not classified by kind of business 
prior to the mailing of the report forms. Each establishment 
was mailed a report form appropriate to its BOASI classifi- 
cation (for those cases for which BOASI classification had 
not yet been established, a general purpose form was used) but 
its 1954 Census classification was determined by replies to 
questions on the Census report form. 

Enumeration of " Nonemployer s ."— This group was defined to 
include retail businesses other than those represented in the 
active PICA records of the Internal Revenue Service. Informa- 
tion for this group of establishments was furnished by the In- 
ternal Revenue Service and was derived from the 1954 tax re- 
turns. Information was compiled from only one-half of these 
cases and census results for this group were established by 
multiplying such findings by two. The "nonemployer" segment 
of retail trade, although made up' of a large number of es- 
tablishments, accounted for less than 10 percent of the total 
retail trade volume. 



COMPARISON OF 1948 AND 1954 CENSUSES 
The 1948 and 1954 Business Censuses differed in several re- 
spects, which affect to some degree the comparability of data. 
In the case of some of these differences (items 1, 2, and 3, 
below) it has been feasible to revise the 1948 data either to 
put them on a comparable basis with the data for 1954 or at 
least to minimize noncomparability. The more important dif- 
ferences are as follows: 

(1) The adoption of a "nonstore" retail category (see KIND- 
OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION, below) importantly differenti- 
ated the 1954 Census from previous censuses and resulted in 
some differences in the figures by kind of business. In the 
publications issued in connection with the 1948 and previous 
Business Censuses, the "nonstore" retailers were not separately 
classified, as in 1954, but were included with "stores" in each 
kind of business. However, the 1948 Census figures shown in 
this and other 1954 Census of Business publications have been 
revised to show the "nonstore" retailers on the same basis as 
they are shown in the 1954 tables. 

(2) The 1954 Business Census excludes those establishments 
with no paid employment in 1954 which had a sales volume of 
less than $2,500 in that year. Previously published results 
of the 1948 Census excluded establishments which operated the 
entire year but which had a sales volume of under $500. How- 
ever, in this volume the 1948 figures have been revised to the 
same dollar cutoff as used in the 1954 Census. This change 
was made to help achieve greater comparability between the 
two censuses, although it should be recognized that changes 
in price level which have occurred between 1948 and 1954 have 
the effect of complicating comparisons between the two censuses. 
Use of the same dollar volume cutoff does not take into con-' 
sideration such changes in price level. However, this situa- 
tion does not importantly affect a comparison between the two 
censuses with respect to the total dollar volume of sales, as es- 
tablishments in this range constitute an insignificant fraction of 
the retail sales volume. 

(3) The definition of Retail Trade in the 1954 Business 
Census differs from that of the 1948 and previous censuses 
by the exclusion of "milk dealers" (see KIND-OF-BUSINESS 
CLASSIFICATION, below). The 1948 data shown in this volume 
have been revised to the 1954 basis and will differ in this re- 
spect from the results in previously issued 1948 Census of 
Business publications. 

(4) The adoption of the mail canvass method in the 1954 
Business Census, described under METHOD OF ENUMERA- 
TION, above, made it feasible to extend the coverage of the 
census to "nonrecognizable" establishments. In the 1948 and 
previous Business Censuses, coverage was limited to places 
which were "recognizable" as business establishments to enu- 
merators who systematically canvassed all city blocks, roads, 
highways, etc. The use of the mailing lists and records, re- 
ferred to above, for the 1954 Business Census made this limi- 
tation unnecessary and resulted in the addition to the census 
coverage of "nonrecognizable" businesses, e. g., businesses 
operated from homes, businesses operated on an itinerant 
basis, etc. Most of the "nonrecognizable" cases in the 1954 
Census are thus classified in the "nonstore" retailer category 
(see KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION, below). The 1948 
figures carried in this volume have been revised to show fig- 
ures for the "nonstore" retailers separate from the "store" 
type retailers. The effect of the inclusion of the "nonrecog- 
nizable" cases is substantially confined to the "nonstore" group 
and to "total" retail trade. It is believed that the inclusion of 
"nonrecognizable" establishments has had a greater effect on 
the count of establishments than on the volume of retail sales. 

(5) The change in method of enumeration also resulted in 
the inclusion in the 1954 Business Census of a number of es- 
tablishments which were in business a part of 1954 but not at 
the end of 1954. In the 1948 and previous Business Censuses, 
the coverage of establishments (except for those of large multi- 
unit organizations for which special canvass procedures were 
used) was substantially limited to places which, at the end of 
the year, were still in business. In the 1954 Census, however, 
the inclusion of establishments not in business at the end of the 



RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



year was possible to the extent that such establishments were 
included in the active files of the Internal Revenue Service 
used for mailing-list purposes or to the extent that they were 
identified in the records used for the "nonemployer" universe. 
In both 1954 and previous Business Censuses, the count of es- 
tablishments is limited to those in business at the end of the 
year. Other items of data, however, include figures for part- 
year establishments not in business at the close of the year. 
The extent to which data for such establishments have been 
included in the 1954 figures will be noted in later publications. 

(6) Comparability of 1948 and 1954 Business Census results 
also is affected by differences in the items of information 
collected for kind-of-business classification purposes and in the 
classification techniques. A description of these differences 
is provided in the section below, on KlND-OF-BUSINESS 
CLASSIFICATION. 

A special problem in comparability of data from census to 
census exists because of the use of the establishment as the 
■ unit for kind-of-business classification. Although an establish- 
ment may change its kind-of-business characteristics gradually, 
a change in kind-of-business classification is made for the es- 
tablishment as a whole at a specific point in time. For ex- 
ample, with the addition of appropriate lines of merchandise, 
an apparel store at some point becomes a department store, or 
a men's shoe store becomes a family shoe store. When a change 
in classification is made, the new figures, as compared with 
figures on the old classification basis, will show an increase 
in the new kind of business by the total amount of the establish- 
ment's sales and a corresponding decrease in the previous kind 
of business in which the establishment was classified. Often 
there are offsetting changes in classification, so that changes 
between censuses in the amounts shown for various kinds of 
business are independent of changes in individual establishment 
classification. However, particularly when the volume of 
business is growing rapidly and new lines of merchandise are 
being added, the changes may not be mutually offsetting. 

(7) A factor which in some cases may importantly affect 
kind-of-business comparisons was the change made from the 
1948 Census practice of consolidating leased departments with 
the stores in which they were located. In a census conducted 
by field enumeration methods, it was feasible to identify the 
reports to be thus consolidated; in the 1954 Business Census, 
however, the elimination of the field canvass made such con- 
solidation difficult to accomplish. For this reason, in the 1954 
Census, each leased department was treated as a separate 
establishment and was classified in accordance with the kind 
of business it conducted. For example, in the 1954 tabulations 
a leased department selling apparel would be classified as an 
apparel store even though it was located in a department store 
or in a store classified in some kind of business other than ap- 
parel. It also should be noted that in the 1954 classifications, 
the procedure which separated the leased department from the 
main store could affect the kind-of-business code assigned to 
the main store because that code did not take into account the 
lines of merchandise carried by the leased department. The 
1948 figures contained in the 1954 Census of Business publica- 
tions have not been adjusted to the 1954 basis for leased de- 
partments. In addition to the material included in KIND-OF- 
BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION, below, reference should be made to 
Tables 12K, 12L, and 12M in Volume 11 of the 1948 Census of 
Business for an indication of the kinds of business where the 
change in leased department procedure might have had the great- 
est effect. Volume 1 of the 1954 Census of Business will pre- 
sent separate data for leased departments. 

(8) One other important difference in the rwo censuses is 
in the treatment of sales and excise taxes levied directly on 
the consumer. In the 1948 Census of Business such taxes 
were not included in the total sales and receipts of retail 
establishments, whereas they were included in the 1954 Census. 
The effect of this change varies from State to State depending 
on whether there was a State sales tax law and on to what items 
the tax law applied. In general the tax is about two or three 
percent on the items covered. Tlie Federal excise taxes on 
retail sales, while a higher percentage, were limited to selected 



items, and generally did not constitute a large fraction of total 
retail sales. 

In addition to the factors detailed above, certain others could 
have affected the comparability of the 1948 and 1954 Censuses. 
In the 1954 Census, the use of the business schedule of the income 
tax form to account for "nonemployer" businesses probably has 
occasioned some undercoverage of such small businesses. Al- 
though there would have been no significant effect on total dollar 
volume of sales reported in the Census, because of the small size 
of establishments involved, a perceptible effect on establishment 
counts is not precluded. Possibly this factor accounts for some 
of the differences between 1948 and 1954 establishment counts, 
particularly in certain areas, mainly rural ones, and in certain 
kinds of business (e.g., gasoline filling stations). On the other 
hand, it is possible that in the 1954 Census some establishments 
which should have been classified as "nonstores" (and therefore 
would not have been covered in the 1948 Census-see Item 4 
above) were classified as "stores" because of the limitations of 
the kind-of-business description appearing on the tax report. It 
has not been feasible to establish the degree to which these 
factors affected the 1954 Census establishment statistics count 
or what their effect has been on either area or kind-of-business 
establishment count comparisons with 1948. As noted above, the 
effect on total dollar volume comparisons would be very small. 

CONFIDENTIALITY OF DATA 

In accordance with Census law, any data which would dis- 
close the operations of an individual establishment or business 
organization are not published. The number of establishments 
in a kind of business is not considered a disclosure by Cen- 
sus rules, so that this item is shown in instances where other 
items of information for the same establishments are sup- 
pressed. 

EXPLANATION OF TERMS 

Establishments .— Census of Business figures represent a 
siunmary of reports for individual establishments rather than 
for companies. A separate report was obtained for each lo- 
cation where business was conducted, including each location of 
multiunit organizations. Each report in the census was tabu- 
lated in accordance with the physical location at which the busi- 
ness was conducted. Although the tabulations of the census are 
on an establishment rather than ownership basis, in certain 
tables the establishment figures are grouped into ownership 
categories. This will be the case in the "Single Units and Multi- 
units" chapter of Volume 1, Retail Trade and in a planned com- 
pany statistics bulletin covering company activities in all parts 
of the 1954 Censuses of Business, Manufactures, and Mineral 
Industries. 

Where two or more activities were carried on at a single es- 
tablishment, the entire establishment was classified on the basis 
of its major activity and all data for it included in that classi- 
fication. However, when these activities were conducted by 
separate business entities, each entity was treated as an es- 
tablishment. Thus, a leased department in a department store 
was treated as a separate establishment and is included in these 
tabulations on the basis of its activities rather than as a part 
of the store within which it operates. (See COMPARISON OF 
1948 AND 1954 CENSUSES, above.) 

This volume does not include figures for those locations of 
a multiunit organization which service or are auxiliary to the 
retail stores of the organization, such as separate warehouses, 
administrative offices, etc. Information for this type of unit 
will be included in Volume I of the 1954 Census of Business 
In the 1948 Business Census, figures for such units, where in- 
cluded in the tabulations, were separately identified. 

Sales .— Sales are defined to include total receipts from cus- 
tomers during 1954, after deduction of refunds or allowances 
for merchandise returned by customers. Sales include re- 
ceipts from repairs and from other services to customers, as 
well as the sale of merchandise, but exclude amounts other than 
those received from customers, such as income from in- 
vestments, and rental of real estate. They include the amount 
of local and State sales taxes or Federal excise taxes which are 



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collected by the store directly from customers, and paid di- 
rectly by the store to a local. State, or Federal taxing agency. 
Gasoline, liquor, tobacco, and other excise taxes which are 
paid by the manufacturer or wholesaler and passed along to 
the retailer also are included. 

The sales figures, therefore, represent total sales and re- 
ceipts of all establishments primarily engaged in retail trade. 
They do not include retail sales made by manufacturing, whole- 
sale, and service establishments, and other establishments whose 
primary activity is other than retail trade. They do, however. 
Include receipts other than from the sale of merchandise at 
retail (e. g., service receipts, sales to industrial users, sales 
to other retailers, etc.) by establishments primarily engaged in 
retail trade. 

Payroll, entire year . — Payroll includes all forms of com- 
pensation (salaries, wages, coimnissions, bonuses, and payments 
in kind) paid during the year to all employees. For corpora- 
tions, it includes amounts paid to officers and executives; how- 
ever, it does not include compensation of proprietors or of 
partners of unincorporated businesses. Included in payroll are 
the value of payments in kind, such as free meals, lodgings, 
etc., received by employees from their employers but not 
amounts received by employees as tips, etc. Payroll is re- 
ported before deductions for Social Security, income tax, in- 
surance dues, etc. 

Payroll— workweek ended nearest November 15 .— This item 
consists of payroll, as defined above, which was paid to persons 
on the payroll in the pay period ended nearest Novennber 15, 
1954. Establishments whose payroll period was other than a 
week were requested to adjust the figures to a weekly basis. 

Paid employees— workweek ended nearest November 15 .— 
Paid employees consist of the number of employees, including 
salaried officers and executives of corporations, who were on 
the payroU for the workweek ended nearest November 15. 

Full workweek employees . —Full workweek employees in- 
clude employees, whether regular or seasonal who, for the 
specified pay period, were paid for working at least the nuinber 
of hours typically worked in a week by employees of the re- 
porting establishment. All other employees paid during that 
workweek were reported as part-workweek employees. 

Proprietors of unincorporated businesses . —This item in- 
cludes owners or partners of unincorporated businesses who 
devoted the major portion of their time to the operation of 
the business. 



CITY SIZE 

Each establishment included in the 1954 Census of Business 
was classified into one of nine city- size groups, based on the 
number of inhabitants in the city in which the establishment was 
located. City size was determined by the 1950 Census of Popu- 
lation count, except for places which had special censuses 
taken by the Bureau of the Census between April 1, 1950, and 
September 15, 1954. The group entitled "Remainder of United 
States" includes all establishinents located in incorporated 
cities of less than 2,500 inhabitants and in rural areas. 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA CONCEPT 

In addition to those for States, counties, and cities. Census 
of Business statistics are presented for standard metropolitan 
areas. These are areas which have been defined and estab- 
lished cooperatively by a number of interested Federal agencies 
under the direction of the Bureau of the Budget for purposes of 
compilation and presentation of a wide variety of statistical data 
on a uniform area basis. 

The general concept adopted in defining a standard metro- 
politan area was that of an integrated economic area with a 
large volume of daily travel and communication between a 
central city of 50,000 inhabitants or more and the outlying 
parts of the area. This resulted in an area considerably more 
restricted, especially for the larger cities, than the "market" 
or "trading" area. Each area (except in New England) consists 



of one or more entire counties. In New England, metropolitan 
areas have been defined on a town basis rather than a county 
basis. A complete statement of the principles adopted as a 
guide in applying this general concept to the definition of indi- 
vidual areas will be found in a document issued by the Bureau 
of the Budget, Executive Office of the President, dated July 28, 
1950, entitled "Standard Metropolitan Area Definitions." 

The 173 standard metropolitan areas in continental United 
States and Hawaii for which 1954 Census of Business data are 
included in this volume are those defined by the Bureau of the 
Budget as of June 8, 1954. (See list on page 17 .) 

KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION 

Each retail establishment was assigned a kind-of-business 
classification, in accordance with the provisions of the 1949 
edition of the Standard Industrial Classification Manual , as 
subsequently amended by the Bureau of the Budget for use in 
the 1954 Census of Business. The exclusion of milk dealers and 
the separation of "nonstore" retail establishments (as described 
below) from other retail establishments are amendments made 
subsequent to the 1949 edition. It should be noted that kind- 
of-business classifications are not interchangeable with com- 
modity classifications. Food stores, for instance, sell commodi- 
ties other than food, while food is sold in other kinds of stores 
than food stores. 

The techniques used in classifying establishments by kind of 
business in the 1954 Census, as well as the items of information 
collected for classification purposes, differed from those of the 
1948 and earlier Business Censuses. In the earlier censuses 
it had been the practice to collect data on sales by merchandise 
lines from all establishments and establish a classification pri- 
marily based on the data so collected. In the 1954 Census a 
number of factors made it necessary to evolve a classification 
system based on other information. The system actually used 
was to ask each establishment to select and check the box which 
best described its kind of business and to provide a "Yes" or 
"No" answer with respect to the handling of specific merchandise 
lines. These questions were supplemented, where practicable, 
by requesting the establishment to report the percentage of 
total sales accounted for by certain key lines or commodities. 
The establishment's designation of its kind of business was ac- 
cepted as correct, whenever the supporting information on mer- 
chandise lines handled (or on percent in specified lines) was 
consistent with the designation. The inquiries on the various 
retail forms with respect to merchandise lines handled are shown 
at the end of this introduction. 

The problem of classification in the 1954 Business Census was 
somewhat complicated by the fact that establishments similar 
in character could have received different type census forms on 
which to report their 1954 businesses. This occurred because 
the classification information, on which the mailing of forms 
was based, was not always complete or sufficiently up-to-date 
in terms of what was needed for the final classification. WhUe 
each of the report forms required the establishment to designate 
its kind of business, the supporting information which was re- 
quested necessarily varied from form to form. In some cases 
this undoubtedly resulted in different classifications being as- 
signed similar establishments. 

Because "nonemployers" were not required to prepare 1954 
Business Census reports (information for them having been 
furnished by the Internal Revenue Service from 1954 tax re- 
turns) the system described above could not be used in classi- 
fying their returns. For the "nonemployers" the only informa- 
tion available for classification was the designation or descrip- 
tion of the establishment entered on the tax form by the pro- 
prietor. This limitation precludes a comparison with 1948 
data for certain kinds of business. (See page 9 for a listing 
of all kinds of business for which data have been included in the 
census. Note that only data for those kinds of business preceded 
by an asterisk are comparable to 1948; data for other kinds of 
business are not comparable because "nonemployer" tax forms 
could not be classified in this detail.) 

Also the handling of leased departments within retail stores 
as noted in item (6) of COMPARISON OF 1948 AND 1954 



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CENSUSES would have an effect on certain kinds of business 
classifications even though the definition had not otherwise 
been changed. A statement mentioning leased departments 
is included in the definition for kinds of business when the 1948 
Census definitions mentioned leased departments and in those 
classifications where the 1948 data indicate the change may be 
a significant factor in evaluating the data. 

The difference in information collected and in the method 
of classifying establishments in the 1954 Business Census, 
as referred to above, led to some differences in the classi- 
fication assigned as compared with the one which would have 
resulted from the previously used system. Although a precise 
measure of these differences is not available at this time, 
there is evidence that frequently the differences in the codes 
assigned tended to offset each other. Known factors which 
might cause differences in specific kinds of business as com- 
pared with past censuses have been noted in the kind-of- 
business descriptions below. 

The kinds of business defined below are arranged by groups, 
with special attention given to principal kinds of business with- 
in each group. Significant changes in definition since the 1948 
Census of Business are noted. 



Food Stores 

The food group includes retail establishments primarily en- 
gaged in selling food for home preparation and consumption. 
Establishments primarily engaged in selling prepared food and 
drinks for consumption on their own premises are classified 
as eating and drinking places, and stores primarily engaged in 
selling packaged beers and liquors are classified separately as 
"Liquor stores." 

In previous censuses, this group included dairies which proc- 
essed and bottled milk and cream if the major portion of their 
sales was by route delivery to the homes of consumers. Such 
establishments are now included in the Census of Manufactures. 

Food can be an important line of merchandise in stores other 
than those classified in a kind of business in the food group. 
This is particularly the case in "General stores" in the general 
merchandise group. Because the classifications in the 1954 
Business Census forms relied on the establishment's own des- 
ignation of its kind of business to a greater extent than in the 
1948 Census, a shift between food store classifications and 
'General stores" was possible. A preliminary investigation in- 
dicates that this shift was in the direction of an increase in 
"General stores"; because of the large volume represented by 
the food group, whatever shift may have occurred would have 
a much smaller effect on the food group totals. 

Shifts in classification between "Candy, nut, confectionery 
stores" in the food group and "Refreshment stands" in "Eating, 
drinking places" also could have resulted because of differences 
between 1948 and 1954 in classification information. The com- 
parability of data for "Meat markets" in this bulletin as com- 
pared with the previously issued 1948 Census data is signifi- 
cantly affected by the treatment of leased departments as sepa- 
rate establishments rather than as parts of the establishments 
(main stores) within which they operate. The effect of the 1954 
procedure has been to increase the "Meat market" figures. 
(This occurs because in a number of grocery stores, the meat 
department is operated as a leased department.) The same 
is true of "Fish (seafood) markets" and "Fruit stores, vegetable 
markets," figures for which tend to show an increase because 
of the separate classification of leased departments. Delicates- 
sen stores are affected by the techniques used because there is 
no generally recognized definition of the term among retailers 
who think of themselves as being in this category. The general 
rule mentioned above for classifying establishments may have 
resulted in classifying some establishments as "Delicatessen 
stores" which in the 1948 Business Census would have been 
coded as "Grocery stores." 

Grocery stores .— These stores are primarily engaged in 
selling at retail a wide variety of canned or frozen foods, such 
as veget.ables, fruits, and soups, in addition to dry groceries, 
either packaged or in bulk, such as tea, coffee, cocoa, dried 



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fruits, spices, sugar, flour, and crackers, and other processed 
food and nonedible grocery items. Smoked and prepared meats, 
and fresh fish and poultry, fresh vegetables and fruits are also 
often sold, as are fresh or frozen meats. 

Meat markets .— These are retail establishments primarily en- 
gaged in selling fresh meats. They also may sell cured meats, 
poultry, fish, dairy products, eggs, and other commodities. 
These stores may butcher animals on their own account, or they 
may buy from others. 

Fish (seafood) markets .— These are retail establishments 
primarily engaged in selling fresh or cured fish, oysters, 
shellfish, and other sea foods. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets .— These are retail establish- 
ments primarily engaged in selling fresh fruits and fresh 
vegetables. They are frequently found in public or municipal 
markets or are operated as roadside stands. Not included are 
stands operated by farmers selling only their own produce. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores .— These are retail establish- 
ments primarily engaged in selling candy, nuts, sweetmeats, 
and other confections. Operation of a soda fountain or lunch 
counter is common. In the publications of the 1948 Census of 
Business, this classification included vending machine operators 
if their principal lines of merchandise were candy, nuts, or other 
confections. 

Bakery products stores .— These are retail establishments pri- 
marily engaged in selling bakery products, such as bread, cakes, 
or pies, over the counter, whether or not the products are pro- 
duced on the premises. Bakery products stores are divided 
into two categories, "Bakery products stores without baking on 
the premises," and "Bakery products stores with baking on the 
premises." Stores with baking on the premises which were op- 
erated by multiunit organizations were not included in Retail 
Trade in 1948, but are included in 1954. Bakery plants whose 
products are primarily distributed directly to household con- 
sumers by means of wagon routes are included in the Census of 
Manufactures . 

Delicatessen stores .— These are retail establishments pri- 
marily engaged in selling cooked foods, such as cooked meats, 
prepared salads, and baked beans, ready for consumption in the 
home without further preparation. They often carry canned and 
bottled goods, groceries, beer and wine, and tobacco products, 
and frequently serve meals. 

Food stores, n.e.c — These are establishments primarily en- 
gaged in selling at retail specialized lines of foods such as 
dairy products, eggs, poultry, and health foods. In the publi- 
cations of the 1948 Census of Business, this classification also 
included house-to-house coffee, tea, and spice distributors which 
are now included with the nonstore retailers. 

Eating, Drinking Places 

This group includes retail establishments selling prepared 
foods and drinks for consumption on the premises, and also 
refreshment stands. Eating and drinking places operated as 
leased departments within other places of business are included 
in this group (see COMPARISON OF 1948 AND 1954 CENSUSES, 
item 7). In the 1948 Census of Business, leased departments 
within retail businesses were treated as part of the establish- 
ment in which they were located. 

Restaurants, cafeterias .— These are establishments primarily 
engaged in selling meals, both complete and short-order, and 
having either table or counter service or both. In the 1948 
Census of Business, establishments selling only short-order 
meals and not having full table service were classified as "Lunch 
counters, refreshment stands." 

Caterers . —These are retail establishments primarily en- 
gaged in the sale of food which they prepare but which is 
served elsewhere than on their own premises. The actual 
serving of the food at parties, etc., is usually a part of the serv- 
ice rendered. 

In-plant food contractors .— These are establishments pri- 
marily engaged in the operation of employee restaurants and 



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cafeterias in industrial plants, offices, etc. This classification 
does not include similar establishments when they are operated 
by the firm which operates the manufacturing plant. Although 
not separately identified in the 1948 Census, these establish- 
ments were included in the "Eating, Drinking Place" group in 
that year. 

Refreshment stands .— These are retail establishments pri- 
marily engaged in selling limited lines of refreshments such as 
fruit juices, soft drinks, and ice cream. These establishments 
usually do not have facilities for seating customers either at 
tables or counters. 

The classification "Refreshment stands" in the 1954 Business 
Census is not comparable with the 1948 Census classification 
"Lunch counters, refreshment stands" because of the shift of 
short-order eating places (lunch counters) to "Eating places 
(except refreshment stands)" in the 1954 classification. (See 
Food Stores, above, for possible shifts between "Candy, nut, 
confectionery stores" and "Eating places" classifications.) 

Drinking places .— These are retail establishments primarily 
engaged in selling alcoholic drinks such as beer, ale, wine, 
liquor and other alcoholic beverages for consumption on their 
own premises. These establishments are often known as bars, 
beer gardens, cabarets, night clubs, cocktail lounges, saloons, 
tap rooms, etc. The sale of food for consumption on the premises 
frequently accounts for a substantial portion of the receipts of 
these establishments. 

General Merchandise Group 

This group includes stores usually selling a combination of two 
or more of the following merchandise lines: Dry goods, apparel 
and accessories, furniture and home furnishings, small wares, 
hardware or food. Among the kinds of business included in this 
group are those commonly known as department stores, variety 
("5 and 10", etc.) stores, and general stores. (See Food Stores, 
above, and Apparel, Accessories Stores, below, for further 
discussion involving general merchandise stores.) 

Department stores .— These are retail stores carrying a 
general line of apparel, such as suits, coats, dresses, and 
furnishings; home furnishings, such as furniture, floor coverings, 
curtains, draperies, linen, major household appliances, and 
housewares such as table and kitchen appliances, dishes, and 
utensils. These and other merchandise lines are norrrially 
arranged in separate sections or departments with the accounting 
on a departmentalized basis. The departments and functions 
are integrated under a single management. Establishments in- 
cluded in this classification must normally employ 25 or more 
persons. 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores .— These are retail 
establishments primarily engaged in selling piece goods, or a 
combination of men's and women's apparel, dry goods, hardware, 
homewares or home furnishings, etc. Yarn and notion shops 
are included in this category. Stores selling commodities 
covered by the definition of "Department stores," but normally 
having fewer than 25 employees, are also included in this 
industry. 

General stores .— TTiese are retail establishments usually 
located in rural communities and primarily engaged in selling 
a general line of merchandise of which the most important line 
is food, and the more important subsidiary lines are notions, 
apparel, farm supplies, and gasoline. These stores are usually 
known as country general stores. (See Food Stores, above, 
for discussion of possible shifts between General Stores and 
Food Stores classifications.) 

Variety stores .— These are retail establishments primarily 
engaged in selling a variety of merchandise in the low and 
popular price ranges, such as stationery, gift items, women's 
accessories, toilet articles, light hardware, toys, housewares, 
confectionery, etc. These stores frequently are known as 
"5 and 10 cents" stores and "5 cents to a dollar" stores, al- 
though merchandise is usually sold outside these price ranges. 
Sales usually are made on a cash-and-carry basis, with the 
open selling method of display and customer selection of 
merchandise. 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 

This group includes stores primarily engaged in selling 
clothing, shoes, hats, underwear, and related articles for personal 
wear and adornment. 

Because apparel and apparel accessories are important lines 
in many "general merchandise" stores, analyses of the apparel 
trades should take into consideration data for both "general 
merchandise" and "apparel" stores. This is especially impor- 
tant when comparisons with the 1948 Census are made, because 
of shifts in classification which could have resulted from dif- 
ferences in the classification procedures of the two censuses. 

Shoe stores .— These are retail establishments primarily en- 
gaged in selling shoes. The group includes men's shoe stores; 
women's shoe stores'; family shoe stores'; and children's, 
juveniles' shoe stores. Family shoe stores are primarily 
engaged in selling footwear for men, women, children, and 
infants without specializing in any one line. The other clas- 
sifications specialize in the line indicated by the title. 

It is probable that some stores selling relatively small 
amounts of a merchandise line other than that in which they 
specialize would have been classified as "men's" or "women's" 
shoe stores in the 1948 Business Census, but as "Family 
shoe stores" in the 1954 Census. 

In the 1948 Census, this classification did not include shoe 
leased departments operating in retail establishments classi- 
fied in other kinds of business. In the 1954 Census, such 
shoe departments are included in this classification. (See 
COMPARISON OF 1948 AND 1954 CENSUSES, item 7, for 
discussion of the possible effect of this change.) 

Men's, boys' clothing stores .- These are retail establish- 
ments primarily engaged in selling men's and boys' over- 
coats, topcoats, suits, and work clothing. Hats, shoes, ac- 
cessories, and furnishings (such as shirts, gloves, hosiery, 
and underwear) are frequently but not always carried. 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores .— These are retail establish- 
ments specializing in the sale of men's and boys' shirts, hats, 
underwear, hosiery, gloves, and other furnishings. 

Family clothing stores .— These are retail establishments 
primarily engaged in selling clothing, furnishings, and ac- 
cessories for men, women, and children, without specializing 
in any one line.' 

Women's ready-to-wear stores .— These are retail establish- 
ments primarily engaged in selling women's coats, suits, and 
dresses. 

Millinery stores .— These are establishments primarily en- 
gaged in selling ready-to-wear and custom-made millinery, 
including women's hat frames and trimmings. In the 1948 
Census this classification did not include millinery leased de- 
partments operating in retail establishments classified in other 
kinds of business. In the 1954 Census, such departments are 
included in this classification. 

Women's clothing specially stores, n.e.c — These are retail 
establishments primarily engaged in selling women's miscel- 
laneous apparel and accessories, such as blouses, knit goods, 
gloves, handbags, and costume jewelry. Also included in this 
classification are establishments selling specialized lines of 
women's apparel not elsewhere classified, such as hosiery, 
corset, and lingerie stores. 

Children's and infants' wear stores .— These are retail es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in selling children's and in- 
fants' clothing, furnishings, and accessories. Such establish- 
ments may specialize in either children's or infants' wear or 
they may sell a combination of children's and infants' wear. 

Apparel stores, n.e.c— These are retail establishments pri- 
marily engaged in selling specialized lines of apparel and ac- 
cessories not elsewhere classified such as raincoats, bathing 
suits, riding apparel, and umbrellas. Establishments primarily 
engaged in making and selling men's and women's outer clothing 
to individual order from stocks of material carried on their 
shelves are included in this classification, as are those es- 



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tablishments selling ready-made fur coats and other fur ap- 
parel or combinations of custom and ready-made fur apparel. 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

This group includes stores primarily engaged in selling goods 
used for furnishing the home, such as furniture, floor coverings, 
draperies, glass and chinaware, domestic stoves, refrigerators, 
and other household electrical and gas appliances, including 
radio and TV sets. 

Establishments selling electrical and gas appliances are in- 
cluded in this group only if the major part of their sales con- 
sist of articles for home use. Dealers primarily engaged in 
selling second-hand furniture are classified as "Second-hand 
stores." 

Furniture stores .— These are retail establishments primarily 
engaged in selling household furniture. These stores may also 
sell home furnishings, major appliances, and floor coverings. 
Establishments primarily engaged in selling office furniture are 
classified in Wholesale Trade. 

Floor covering stores .— These are retail establishments pri- 
marily engaged in selling floor coverings of various kinds, among 
the more important of which are rugs, carpets, linoleum, and 
synthetic material tiles. Contractors primarily engaged in the 
installation of floor coverings are not included in this class- 
ification even though their contracts, in some cases, call for 
them to provide the floor coverings as part of the contractual 
service. 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores .— These are 
retail establishments primarily engaged in selling such com- 
modities as antique furniture and home furnishings and objects 
of art; draperies, curtains and upholstering materials; china, 
glassware, crockery, and tinware for kitchen and table use; 
pictures, frames, lamps and shades, awnings, window shades, 
Venetian blinds, tents, flags, and banners. 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores .— These are retail 
establishments primarily engaged in selling household appliances 
such as electric and gas refrigerators, stoves, vacuum cleaners, 
washing machines and dryers, freezers, electric irons, per- 
colators, hot plates, etc., and radios, television sets, and record 
players. Included in this group are the retail establishments 
operated by public utilities when the establishments are pri- 
marily engaged in the selling of electric and gas appliances for 
household use. 

In using the data for the detailed kind-of- business classification 
it should be borne in mind that many of the stores which 
specialize in the sale of radios and television sets also sell 
some appliances and that the same overlapping is common to 
those stores specializing in selling household appliances. 

Automotive Group 

This group includes dealers selling new and used automobiles, 
new parts and accessories, aircraft, motorboats, motorcycles, 
and automobile trailers. Establishments primarily selling 
trucks and motorized industrial equipment are, for census 
purposes, classified as wholesale establishments. 

The 1954 kind-of-buslness titles "Passenger car dealers (fran- 
chised)" and "Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised)" replace 
the titles "Motor-vehicle (new and used) dealers" and "Motor- 
vehicle (used) dealers," used in the 1948 Census of Business 
publications. However, the classifications they cover are not 
entirely identical because in the 1954 Business Census certain 
auxiliary activities (e. g., operation of used car lots) of fran- 
chised dealers were not recognized as separate establishments 
but were consolidated with the establishment at which the prin- 
cipal activity was conducted. The effect of this change would 
be to include in "Passenger car dealers (franchised)" receipts 
of activities which otherwise would have been classified as "Pas- 
senger car dealers (nonfranchised)" or in the Service Trades as 
"Auto repair." 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) .— These are retail es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in selling new automobiles, or 
new and used automobiles and trucks . These dealers frequently 



operate repair shops and used car lots and may carry stocks 
of replacement parts, tires, batteries, and automotive ac- 
cessories. 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) .— These are retail 
establishments primarily engaged in selling used cars and trucks, 
and not holding a franchise for the sale of new passenger cars. 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers .— These are retail establish- 
ments primarily engaged in selling automobile tires, batteries, 
automobile seat covers, and other automobile parts and ac- 
cessories. Such establishments frequently have facilities for 
tire recapping and vulcanizing. Establishments dealing pri- 
marily in used merchandise are classified as "Second-hand 
stores." 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers .— These are retail es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in selling new or used motor- 
cycles, aircraft for private (noncommercial) use, and motor- 
boats, yachts, and other water craft. Dealers selling parts and 
supplies for these products to private (noncommercial) users 
are included in this classification. 

Household trailer dealers .— These are retail establishments 
primarily engaged in selling household trailers. 

Automobile dealers, n.e.c — These are retail automotive es- 
tablishments, not elsewhere classified. 

Gasoline Service Stations 

Gasoline service stations include establishments primarily 
engaged in selling gasoline and other automotive petroleum 
products. Business places called "garages" but deriving the 
larger part of receipts from gasoline and oil sales are in- 
cluded. Gasoline service stations also sell tires and tubes, 
other automobile accessories, and sometimes lunches, candy, 
tobacco, and groceries. These establishments often perform 
some service and repair work in addition to their sales of 
merchandise. 

Lumber, Building Materials, Hardware, Farm 
Equipment Dealers 

This group includes establishments selling lumber, building 
materials, and basic lines of hardware, such as tools, builders' 
hardware,, paint and glass, electrical supplies, roofing materials, 
and other equipment and supplies for home construction. The 
group also includes farm equipment dealers. Establishments 
in this group sell to contractors as well as to the general 
public. 

The classifications "Heating and pluinbing equipment dealers" 
and "Electrical supply stores" presented separately in the 1948 
Census of Business have been combined into the classification 
"Plumbing, electrical supply stores." The difficulty experienced 
in segregating these establishments from closely related kinds 
of business in Wholesale Trade and Contract Construction even 
under ideal conditions, makes it quite probable that this classi- 
fication is not comparable with the sum of the two which it 
replaces. 

"Lumber yards" and "Building materials dealers" although 
presented in combination in this bulletin will be shown sepa- 
rately in other publications of the 1954 Census of Business. 
These classifications include establishments selling primarily 
to home owners, farmers, builders, general contractors and 
special trades contractors. In the 1948 Census, establishments 
of this type which sold primarily to builders and general con- 
tractors were classified in Wholesale Trade. 

Farm equipment dealers .— These are retail establishments 
primarily engaged in selling farm tractors, reapers, mowers, 
plows, wagons, and related farm equipment. These establish- 
ments may sell a combination of basic lines of hardware, such 
as tools, builders' hardware, housewares, cutlery and related 
lines. 

Lumber, building materials dealers .— These are retail es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in selling paint, glass, and wall- 
paper or any combination of these lines. Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in installing glass are not included in the 
Census of Business. 



INTRODUCTION 



Plumbing, electrical supply stores .— These are retail es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in selling plumbing supplies 
and heating and air conditioning equipment or electrical ap- 
pliances. Stores primarily engaged in selling electrical ap- 
pliances are included with "Household appliance, radio, TV 
stores." See discussion above, regarding comparability with 
data from previous censuses. 

Hardware stores .— These are retail establishments primarily 
engaged in selling a number of basic hardware lines such as 
tools, builders' hardware, paint and glass, housewares and 
household appliances, cutlery, and roofing materials. These 
establishments may also sell farm implements. 

Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 

Stores in this group sell drugs or proprietary medicines 
usually in combination with lines such as cosmetics, toiletries, 
tobacco, magazines and books, and novelty merchandise. How- 
ever, to be classified as a drug store, the establishment must 
sell prescriptions. 

Other Retail Stores 

This group consists of establishments primarily engaged in 
selling, at retail, specialized lines of merchandise such as 
jewelry, liquor, feed, farm and garden supplies, books, sport- 
ing goods, gifts, novelties, souvenirs, music, cameras, pho- 
tographic supplies, orthopedic supplies and artificial limbs, 
pets, hobby equipment, toys, religious goods, and monuments and 
tombstones. Greenhouses and nurseries are not within the 
scope of the census; however, florist shops are included. 

Liquor stores .— Liquor stores are retail establishments pri- 
marily engaged in selling (at retail) packaged alcoholic beverages 
such as ale, beer, wine, and whiskey for consumption off the 
premises. Liquor stores operated by States, counties, and 
municipalities are included. Stores selling prepared drinks for 
consumption on the premises are classified as "Drinking places." 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) .— These are dealers primarily en- 
gaged in selling (at retail) coal, coal and wood, or a combina- 
tion of the lines of coal, wood, bottled gas, fuel oil, and ice. 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers .— These are dealers pri- 
marily engaged in selling liquefied petroleum gas at retail, 
either in bulk or bottled. 

Fuel oil dealer s ■— These are dealers primarily engaged in 
selling fuel oil at retail. Dealers primarily engaged in selling 
fuel oil burners are classified as "Plumbing, electrical supply 
stores." Dealers primarily engaged in installing and servicing 
fuel oil burners are not included in the Census of Business. 

Ice dealers .— These are dealers primarily engaged in selling 
ice at retail. 

Hay, grain, feed stores .- These are stores primarily en- 
gaged in selling at retail hay, grain, and feed. These stores 
may also sell fertilizer. Stores primarily engaged in selling 
farm implements are classified as "Farm equipment dealers." 

Farm, garden supply stores .— These are stores primarily 
engaged in selling (at retail) seeds, bulbs, and nursery stock, 
and other farm, lawn, and garden supplies and tools not else- 
where classified, such as harness, irrigation and drainage equip- 
ment, and fertilizer. Stores primarily engaged in selling farm 
implements are classified as "Farm equipment dealers." Green- 
houses and nurseries are not included in the 1954 Business 
Census. 

Jewelry stores . — TTiese are stores primarily engaged in selling 
(at retail) any combination of the lines of jewelry such as 
diamonds and other precious stones mounted in precious metals 
as rings, bracelets, and brooches; sterling and plated silver- 
ware; and watches and clocks. Stores primarily engaged in 
watch and jewelry repair are classified in the Service Trades. 

Book stores .- These are stores primarily engaged in selling 
(at retail) new books and magazines. Sales of book clubs, 
previously included in this classification are not included in 
the 1954 Census of Business. Data for book clubs are included 
in the Census of Manufactures. 



Stationery stores . — Stationery stores are primarily engaged 
in selling (at retail) stationery, such as paper and paper 
products (including printing and engraving), writing supplies, ac- 
counting and legal forms, school supplies, post cards, and 
novelties. Stores specializing in the sale of artists' supplies 
are classified in "All other retail stores." 

Sporting goods stores .— These stores are primarily engaged in 
selling (at retail) sporting goods and equipment including gym- 
nasium and playground equipment, firearms and ammunition, 
hunters' and fishermen's equipment, golf goods and equipment, 
tennis goods and equipment, riding goods and equipment, camping 
equipment, and skiing equipment. 

Bicycle stores .— These are stores primarily engaged in 
selling (at retail) bicycles and bicycle parts and accessories. 
Stores primarily engaged in repairing bicycles or renting 
bicycles are included in the Service Trades. 

Florists .— These are stores primarily engaged in selling 
(at retail) cut flowers and growing plants. Stores primarily 
engaged in selling bulbs and nursery stock are classified as 
"Farm, garden supply stores." Greenhouses and nurseries are 
not included in the 1954 Census of Business. 

Cigar stores, stands.— These are stores primarily engaged 
in selling (at retail) cigars, cigarettes, tobacco and smokers' 
supplies. These stores may or may not operate a soda fountain. 
Included in this classification are cigar stands operated as 
concessions in poolrooms, bowling alleys, drive-in theaters, 
railway stations, hotels, and other public places. In the 
publications of the 1948 Census of Business this classification 
also included vending machine operators primarily selling 
cigars and cigarettes. These are now separately classified 
within "Nonstore Retailers." 

News dealers, newsstands .— These are dealers primarily 
engaged in selling (at retail) newspapers, magazines, and other 
periodicals. Newspaper subscription offices, and distributing 
offices are not included in the Census of Business. Newsstands 
selling newspapers only were not included in the 1948 Census 
of Business but are included in 1954 providing they met the total 
sales volume requirements. Individuals selling newspapers 
either by delivery to the home or on the street are also in- 
cluded in this classification in 1954 if they met the sales volume 
requirement. In 1948 this group would have been omitted 
because they did not maintain a recognizable place of business. 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores .— These are stores primarily 
engaged in selling (at retail) combined lines of gift and novelty 
merchandise, souvenirs, small art goods, greeting cards, paper 
novelties, and holiday decorations. 

Music stores .— These are stores primarily engaged in selling 
(at retail) musical instruments such as pianos, violins, horns, 
reed instruments, drums, sheet music, and phonograph records. 
Many of these stores also sell record players and radio and 
TV sets; however, if sales are primarily of these latter items, 
the establishments are classified with "Household appliance, 
radio, TV stores." 

Camera, photographic supply stores .- These are establish- 
ments primarily engaged in selling (at retail) cameras, films, 
and other photographic supplies and equipment. Establishments 
primarily engaged in finishing films are classified in the Serv- 
ice Trades. 

Luggage, leather goods stores .— These are retail establish- 
ments primarily engaged in selling trunks, hand luggage, and 
other leather items. 

Optical goods stores .— These are stores primarily engaged in 
selling (at retail) eyeglasses and related optical and opthal- 
mic goods such as binoculars and reading glasses. Some of 
these stores may have prescription departments. 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers .— These are 
dealers primarily engaged in selling typewriters at retail. 
They may also sell other office machines and equipment. 
Dealers primarily engaged in selling office machines and equip- 
ment other than typewriters are classified in Wholesale Trade. 



8 



RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



Retail stores (except second-hand), n.e.c — These are stores 
primarily engaged in selling (at retail) specialized lines of 
merchandise not elsewhere classified, such as autograph and 
philatelist supplies, orthopedic supplies and artificial limbs, 
rubber stamps, pets, hobby equipment, toys, religious goods, 
and monuments and tombstones. 

Second-hand stores .— These are retail establishments pri- 
marily engaged in selling used merchandise. Many dealers 
classified in this group do repair work both in preparing their 
own merchandise for resale and upon customers' goods. Es- 
tablishments deriving the major portion of their gross income 
from service and repair work are classified in the Service 
Trades. Used car dealers are classified in the "Automotive 
Group." 

Nonstore Retailers 

In the 1954 Census, for the first time, the "nonstore" type 
of retail establishment has been classified on the basis of its 
method of selling and isolated from the "store" type. "Nonstore" 
retail establishments, like the "store" type of establishment, 
are primarily engaged in the selling of merchandise to personal, 
household, or farm users. However, the "nonstore" type is 
distinguished by the fact that the customer does not make his 
purchases at the establishment site. Instead, the purchase is 
made at the customer's home, at the site of another business 
establishment, or by mail order. 

The three types of retail establishments in which customer 
purchases are made in this manner are door-to-door distributors, 
operators of merchandise vending machines, and mail-order 
houses. In the 1948 and prior censuses, these establishments 
were classified in one of the major "store" type groups defined 
above, on the basis of commodities handled. The 1948 figures 
shown in this report have been revised to make them compara- 
ble with the 1954 figures with respect to the "nonstore" estab- 
lishments. 

Mail order houses. — These are retail establishments pri- 
marily" engaged in selling merchandise by mail order. "They 
may furnish their customers with a catalog describing and 
pricing their merchandise or they may receive their orders as 
a result of advertisments in magazines, newspapers, and other 
media. The establishments are subdivided into the various 
classifications under mail order houses on the basis of the 
merchandise which they handle in the same manner as has 
been done in the store- type classifications. 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. — These are 
retail establishments primarily engaged in selling merchandise 

by house-to-house canvass. In general, sales are made at 
the customer's home by company salesmen or self-employed 
canvassers who deliver the goods at the time of the sale or who 
take orders for future delivery on a return trip or by some form 
of public carrier. 

The count of direct -selling establishments in the 1954 Census 
of Business was made on a different basis from that used in 
the 1948 Census. In the 1954 Census, Individuals who were 



self-employed and were engaged in the house-to-house dis- 
tribution of products obtained from large direct -selling or- 
ganizations were counted as separate direct -selling "establish- 
ments." Because such individuals generally had no recognizable 
place of business, they could not have been identified in a field 
enumeration such as was conducted for the 1948 Census but 
were accounted for by the procedures of the 1954 Census (see 
METHOD OF ENUMERATION, above). In the 1948 Census, 
the sales of such "establishments" were accounted for through 
the enumeration of the district office of the large direct -selling 
organizations. The use of the device of counting the district 
office as the "establishment" rather than counting each of 
the self-employed canvassers, as in 1954, causes the 1948 
establishment counts to be noncomparable with those for 1954. 
A large part of the difference between the 3,236 direct selling 
establishments in 1948 and the 70,774 in 1954 is accounted for 
by this factor. 

This difference in 1948 and 1954 approaches had no ef- 
fect on those direct -selling organizations which distribute 
through their own employees rather than through self-employed 
canvassers . The effect of the difference in approach with 
respect to the organizations operating through self-employed 
canvassers is substantially confined to the count of establish- 
ments and does not significantly affect the dollar volume of 
sales attributed to the direct- selling category of business. 

The establishments are subdivided into the various classi- 
fications under Direct Selling (house to-house) Organizations 
on the basis of the merchandise which they handle in the 
same manner as has been done in the store-type classifications. 

Merchandise vending machine operators .— These are retail 
establishments primarily engaged in selling various food and 
confectionery items, tobacco products and other merchandise 
through coin-operated vending machines. 

Establishments were subdivided into the various classifica- 
tions within this group on the basis of the commodities sold 
in the machines which they reported as on location at the end 
of 1954. 

KIND OF BUSINESS STUBS 

The listing on page 9 indicates the detail in which establish- 
ments have been classified by kinds of business and also the var- 
ious kinds of business presented in the different tabulations in 
this volume. As noted previously, the asterisks in the table in- 
dicate the kinds of business for which data are shown for both 
total establishments and "employer" establishments. The lines 
without asterisks contain data only for "employer" establish- 
ments. 

It should be noted that in tables 101, 103, 104, and 105 the to- 
tal of a major kind of business may be larger than the sum of the 
detailed kinds of businessshownin the tabulations, for the reason 
that some "nonemployer" establishments were classified only in 
the major kinds of businessbecauseof insufficient information to 
establish a detailed kind-of-business classification. 



RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 9 

KIND OF BUSINESS STUBS— RETAIL TRADE 

Stub used for States ; Standard Metropolitan 
Areas; Counties and Cities with over 10.000 Stub uaed for Counties and Cities with 2,000 to Stub used for Counties and Cities with 600 to 1,999 
establishments. 9,999 establiahments. establishments. 

'Retail trode, total 'Retail trade, total 'Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 
•Total 'Food stores, total *Food stores, total 

•Grocery stores ——•Grocery stores 'Grocery stores. 



'Meat markets }»Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 'Meat markeU. fish (seafood) markeU. 



•Other food stores.. 



•Fish (seafood I markets 

•Fruit stores, veffetable markets ._« ——'Fruit stores, vegetable markets « , 'Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

•Candy, nut, confectionery stores - 'Candy, nut, confectionery stores _ — . 'Candy, nut, confectionery stores. 

•Bakery products stores 'Bakery products stores. 

Bakeries, with baking on premises \ .vr . shown) 

Bakeries, without baking on premises / ^ ' 

:?^1^ :^:!:::::::~:::~::::::::::::::::=}'o*^^' ^o°^ stores....... 

Eatins, Drinkinff Places 
•Total 'Eatinar, drinkinn places, total *Eatinc, drinkinr piacu, total. 

•Eating places (except refreshment standa) 'Eating places (except refreshment stands). 

Restaurants, cafeterias .] 

Caterers > (Not shown) 

In-plant food contractors J 

•Refreshment stands •Refreshment stands 

•Drinking places "Drinking places 'Drinking places. 



'Eating places. 



General Merchandise Groap 
•Total "General merchandise group, total "General merchandise group, total 

•Department stores "Department stores 1 

•Dry goods, general merchandise stores - "Dry goods, general merchandise stores ^•General merchandise group (except variety). 

•General stores "General stores 1 

•Variety stores 'Variety stores 'Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 

"Total 'Apparel, accessories stores, total "Apparel, accessories atorei, total 

'Shoe stores 'Shoe stores 'Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores. 

(Not shown) (Not shown) 



Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores- 
Family shoe stores „ , . , , t- 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores Men s, boys clothing and furnishings stores — 

Men;8, boys' clothing stores 1 (jjot ghown) (Not shown) 

Mens, boys furnishings stores J ., , l- 



Family clothing stores Family clothing stores Family clothing stores 

•Women's clothing, specialty stores 'Women's clothing, specialty stores 'Women's clothing, specialty stores. 

Ready-to-wear stores Ready-to-wear stores Ready-to-wear stores. 



Millinery stores Millinery stores — — \ other clothing, specialty stores. 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.c.c Other clothing, specialty stores 1 

•Children's infants' wear stores -\»Other apparel stores "Other apparel stores 

•Apparel stores, n.e.c ./ ""'=' ^vv 



Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers ... . .„ .. ^ . „ , , 

•Total 'Furniture, home furn,, appliance dlrs., total •Furniture, home fum., appliance dealers, total... 

•Furniture, home furnishings stores l....V_"l_.^Furniture, home furnishings stores •Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Furniture stores Furniture stores 1 

Floor covering stores ----— ." ) Home furnishings stores, antique stores.... f <N'" 'h""") 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stares / ' ., , ,. ,, ,. _,, . 

•Household appliance, radio, TV stores 'Household appliance, radio. TV stores 'Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 1 

Appliance, radio. TV stores > (Not shown) (Not shown) 

Radio, TV stores I 

Automotive Group 
•Total 'Automotive group, total.. 'Automotive (roup 

'Passenger car dealers (franchised) 'Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

'Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 'Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised). 

'Tire, battery, accessory dealers 'Tire, battery, accessory dealers /jj^j ghown) 

'Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 1 

'Household trailer dealers ["Other automotive dealers. 

'Automotive dealers, n.e.c. 



El- 



Gasoline Service Stations .„ 

'Total 'Gasoline service stations 'Gasoline service •tations. 



Lumber, Bldg. Hatls., Hdwre., Farm Eqpt. Dealers „ , 

•Total 'Lmbr., bldg. mtls., hdw., farm eqpt, dlra, totaU. 'Lmbr., bldg. mtls., hdw., farm eqpt. din., total.. 

'Farm equipment dealers Z~_"IZrZir__'Farm equipment dealers 'Farm equipment dealers 

'Lumber, building materials dealers 'Lumber, building materials dealers 1 

•Paint glass wallpaper stores j.piumbing, paint, electrical stores 'Lumber, building materials, supplies, eqpt. dealer. 

•Plumbing, electrical supply stores J iuiuui.ib, v> , j 

'Hardware stores 'Hardware stores 'Hardware stores 

Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores , .„ ., i . » • • i 

•Total •Drug stares, proprietary stores, total •Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drug stores ~~I~~~~""I Drug stores Drug stores 

Proprietary stores Proprietary stores Proprietary stores 



Other RetaU Stores .„,,^ . „ , ... 

•Total .. •Other retail stores, total •Other retail stores, total 

•Liquor stores •Liquor stores •Liquor stores 

•Fuel, ice dealers •Fuel, ice dealers •Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 1 

Fierolfd^^crs'*"-™ ^*° d^^'e™ 1 (Not shown) (Not shown) 

Ice dealers J 

•Hay. grain, feed stores Upeed. farm, garden supply stores •Feed, farm, garden iupply store*. 

•Farm, garden supply stores J *'='="■ ■ " ' .t ■ . 

•Jewelry stores 'Jewelry stores 'Jewelry stores 

l^L^^';ioTes":::::7^:r~-^-^Vr^^^^^^^^ 'Book, stationery .tore. 

'b^^\"%^^LT"!:::::::~:::::::i::~ — -3'^'"'^'"^ *°°**'' '''""'^ '^"'- 

'Florists ~"..~~~ I..1ZI1~ 'Florists. 



'Cigar stores, stands 'Cigar stores, stands 

'News dealers, newsstands 'News dealers, newsstands . i. j\ 

'Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 'Gift, novelty, souvenir stores ^'Other retail stores (except second-hand). 

•Music stores 'Music stores 

•Camera, photographic supply stores •Camera, photographic supply stores 

"Luggage, leather goods stores | 

InS?''^' .^°°^' "^"'-—j Vj—f i"Other retail stores (except second-hand) 1 

•Office, store machine and equipment dealers I 

•Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c I .. j ,. j ^ 

•Second-hand stores 'Second-hand stores 'Second-hand stores 

Nonstore Retailer. „, , ... 

•Total •Non.tore retailer., total — •Nonstore reUller.. 

•Mail order houses •Mail order houses 1 

'Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations •Direct selling (house-to-house) organiiations > (Not shown) 

'Merchandise vending machine operator. . 'Merchandise vending machine operators 1 

'Data for these item, are shown for both total establiehmenta and "employer" establishmenta. 



10 



CENSUS INQUIRIES 

The data in this volume were compiled from retailer responses to the following inquiries: 



CONTIDENTIAL.— TbU report l> required by Act erf Cooxrea fU D, 8. C. 131). Form Appnvvd. 

Yoor nport la confldKiUal tad ooly swotu Censos employoM «ID Dare tcoem to IL Bodsst Bonfta No. 41-M3W. 

It cumot be Dsed (or porpoaes ol t&zatloa. laTestlcatloo. or regaMdoa. 



1954 CENSUS OF BUSINESS 



O. 8. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Btjskau or ras CsHSua 
Wublnfton, D. 0. 



Please complete and return this form to the Bureau of the Census Office shown 
on the enclosed envelope not later than 30 dars after roo receire it. 
A separate report is required for each establishment (place of business). If you 
owned more than one place of business in 1954, but have received a report form 
for only one place: 

s. Complete only lines c, d, and e of Item 1. 

b. In the "Remarks" section of the report, list each establishment, indicating 
whether it is retail, wholesale, etc., and its kind of business. 

c. Return this form using the enclosed envelope and you will be sent the appro- 
priate report forms for completion. 

NOTE: Those companies receiving Form NC-X2 with their 1954 census 
report forms should use it {instead of foUowing the above instructions) to request 
acMitional forms. 

Please read ail instructions and fill in all items, entering "None" when applicable. 

You may report fiscal-year figures. 



Cents may be oniitt*d in prtptains thii report. 
If ccnta ore reported, osc Hie spaces provided. 



ITEM 1.— IDENnnCATION OF ESTAtUSHMENT 
a. Enter the name by which this establishment is known to its cufltomets. 



D Yea □ No 



b. Location of establishment 

(1) Is this eatabliahment physic&Uy located witklo the 
actual lefal boandariee of any city, town, or village? 

Line b (1).— Check "No" if the establishment is not within the boundaries of anv 
city, towD, or village, even though the mailing address of the business is in such 
a place. Check "Yes" if the establishment is phj'sically located in such a place 
even though the business mailing address is elsewhere. 

(2) Actual location of this establishment 
(a) Street and number at 

establishment location 



Far «*taUlab- 

MrataebBd 
"Tw" la II 



Name of city, 
town, or village-. 



County . 



(b) Street, road, or highway and number (if any) 
or other description of establishment location.^ 



County 



lAa£ b (2) (b).— Give a descriptitm py which your establishment can be located. 
In the spaces provided, name the county and State in which your establishment 
is actuaUy located. 



Federal Soda] Security Employer Identiflcatlon Number 

(Eater Datsber u nported on Form Ml, Item lO, on latest employtr'j 
qoartcrl? tai ratum onder Ftdtni Insimiioe Contrlbatlona Act.) 
Number of separate places of business operated . — . 

under this Employer Identification Number I ! One 

. Is the company identified by the number in line e owned | — . 

or controlled by another company? — „ I — 1 Yes 

If "Yes," give name and address of owning or controlling company : 
Name ~ 



(Eats aO Algital 



. — . Two or 
I I more 

□ No 



Does this company (line c) own or control another 
company? 



D Yes n No 



ITEM 2.— PERIOD OWNED IN 1154 

a. How many months in the year did you own this businees? monthi 

b. Did you own this business on December 31, 1954? LJ Yes Lj No 

c. Was this a seasonal business which was closed more . — . . — . 
than 2 months during the year?. - LJ Yes LJ No 



ITEM 3.— TOTAL SALES IN tl$4 



a. Sales of merchandise.. 



b. Other (include all charges for repaiiB and other s 
ices for oustomera) 



e. Total (sum of a and b) — , 

d. How much of a above repreaeotB sales for reaale?.^ 



Of the total shown in c above, how much was excise 
taxes or sales taxes paid by you directly to taxing 
agencies? _ - - 



f. Are charges for installed repair parts 
included in b? — 



D Yes n No 



Do not include in any part of this item any receipts which were not from cus- 
tomers of this establishment. Common examples of such receipts which should 
not be incladed are: commissions from vending machine operators, rents, sale of 
real estate, etc. 

Line a.— Report total of all merchandise sold whether or not payment was re- 
ceived in 1954. Inclade finance charges, if any, and all excise taxes and sales 
taxes. Inclade the value of trade-ins. Do not include returned goods or allowances. 

Line b.— Include total charges to customers for services of any kind whether or 
not payment was received in 1954. If possible include here, rather than in line 
a, the charges for repair parts and other materials used or installed as part of 
the services performed. Indicate on hne f how you have reported these items. 
Line d.— Enter the amount of sales made to other business concerns for resale. 
Line e. —Enter the amount paid by you directly to taxing agencies as excise taxes, 
sales taxes, or other tax based on your volume of sales. 



ITEM 4.— PERSONNEL AND PAYROU 

a. Total payroll for the year 1954, before payroll deduc- 



b. Paid employees and payroll for the work- 
week ended nearest November 15, 1954: 



(1) Employees paid for at least the full 
workweek.^ — 



(2) Employees paid for less than the 
full workweek 



(3) Total (sum of (1) and (2))„... 



Number of proprietors or panners generally devoting 
major portion of their time to thi s bus iness 



Inclade payments to corporation officers and executives working in this estab- 
lishment, in addition to other employees on the payroll. 

Do not include tips, gratuities, etc., received by your employees from others. 

Do not include any payments (whether in cash or kind) made to proprietors or 
partners of unincorporated businesses. 

For purposes of this item, the workweek ended nearest the 15th of the month 
should be one ending in the period of the 12th through 18th inclusive. If your 
payroll is for a period other than a week, please adjust the figures to a 1-week basis. 

[^jQe a. — indade salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, vacation allowances, 
value of payments in kind such as goods, lodging, food, and clothing. 

Line b. — Report all wages, salaries, commissions, etc., paid to employees for the 
workweek. Include as full workweek all employees paid for the full workweek 
or more regardless of the number of hours actually on duty. The full workweek 
is the number of hours typically worked by employees of your establishment. 



ITEM S.— CUSS OF CUSTOMED 

Place a check mark in each box accounting for one-third or more of your total re- 
ceipts. If more than one box is checked underline the class of customer accounting 
for the larger volume of receipts. 

a. Hj Household consumers, farmers, and other individuals 

b. dl Business concerns, institutions, professional and government users 

c. LJ Other classes of customers (Specify) 



rTEM L— OTHER BUSINESS OPERATIONS ON THESE PREMISES 

a. Is any department of your establishment operated by another owner, or, is any businsas not owned by you operated within your estAblishment? 
(ladndA »Bj opvnUon Qot separatelr IdeoUQeil U tba pabllo For wtUcfa 70a ■■umi mim dsfra* al rwpoulUlUr t» ttaa onstamen.) 
If "Yes," please furnish the following information for eack such department. 



D Yes D No 



Nunauiil bufloaMftddnaofoinur 



(DoDus) 



Ar« tlwi 

roU ol ttUad 

lodDdad In joia aavw 



b. Is your establishment opented as a department of another bustnass flsUbUahment (•. g., the food department la a depart- 

ment store or the meat department of a grocery store)? — - I — I Y** 

If "Yes," pleaae enter Id the "Remarks" section the name d tke establish ment in which you are located and Its kind of busiDesa. 



a No 



ITEM 7.— fORM OF OWNERSHIP (Check one) 

1 C3 Individual proprietor 

2 L] Partnership 

3 CD Corporation (do not include any 

form of cooperative association) 



4 Q Cooperative association 

(corporate or ooncorporate) 

5 D Other (Specify) 



ITEM t/— METHOD OF SELUNQ 

Check ene box below which best desoribes your msthod of selling: 

6 G Selling at this esUbllshment 
G Mall order (catalog selling) 

7 G House-to-house (direct sellinc) 

8 G Mobile store (truck or waffon dlsiributor) 
G Operating meroh*Bdise vending nLaohinee 



INTRODUCTION 

MERCHANDISE LINES QUESTIONS 

Retail Census of Business Forms 

(Unless otherwise indicated, the following questions were answered by checking "Yes" or "No") 



11 



Food Stores 

(1) Canned goods and other groceries (grocery department). 

(2) If "Yes," is grocery department self-service? 

(3) Fresh, frozen, cold storage meats. 

(4) If "Yes," is meat department self-service? 

(5) Other meats ( ready-to-eat, delicatessen, cold cuts, etc.). 

(6) Salads and other prepared foods. 

(7) Poultry, sea foods. 

(8) Fresh fruits and vegetables. 

(9) Clothing, apparel, dry goods, notions. 

(10) Gasoline. 

(11) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by sales of gasoline ? 

(12) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by sales of clothing, apparel, dry goods, notions ? 

(13) Milk and cream — over-the-counter sales. 

(14) Milk and cream — route delivery. 

(15) Ice cream, frozen custard, other frozen desserts. 

(16) Other dairy products. 

(17) Eggs. 

(18) Poultry. 

(19) Candy, nuts, confectionery. 

(20) Fountain and meals. 

(21 ) Groceries, other foods not mentioned above. 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 



Bakery Products Stores 

Bakery products baked on these premises. 
Bakery products not baked on these premises. 
Sales of meals, fountain sales. 

Canned goods, other groceries for consumption off the 
premises. 



(1) 
(2) 

(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 



(11) 



Eating and Drinking Places 

Sales of meals. 

Alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, liquor) for on-premises 
consumption. 

Fountain sales and soft drinks. 

Outside catering (all foods). 

Prepared foods sold for take-out. 

Packaged sales (beer, wine, liquor) for consumption off 
the premises. 

Canned goods, other groceries for consumption oflf the 
premises. 

Were any of the total sales and receipts of this establish- 
ment from the rental of rooms or cabins to transients ? 

Approximately what percent of total sales is accounted for 
by sales of prepared foods ? 

Approximately what percent of total sales is accounted for 
by sales of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consump- 
tion? 

Approximately what percent of total sales is accounted 
for by sales of beer, wine, liquor for off-premises 
consumption? 

Department Stores 

Approximately what percent of total sales is accounted for by 
the following merchandise ? 

(1) Piece goods, patterns, notions, laces, trimmings, ribbons, 

needlework. 

(2) Domestic linens, towels, blankets, comforters, spreads. 

(3) Women's, misses', and children's coats, suits, and dresses. 

(4) Women's and misses' underwear, slips, negligees, and 

robes. 
(6) Other women's, misses', children's apparel and apparel 
accessories. 

(6) Women's and children's shoes. 

(7) Men's clothing and furnishings. 

(8) Boys' wear. 

(9) Men's and boys' shoes. 

(10) China, glassware, and gift shop. 

(11) Furniture and floor coverings (including beds, mattresses, 

etc.). 

(12) Household appliances, radios, TV sets, pianos, musical in- 

struments. 

(13) Heating, plumbing, lighting, electrical equipment and sup- 

plies. 



Department Stores — Continued 

(14) Building materials. 

(15) Farm equipment, implements, and machinery. 

(16) Tires, batteries, other automotive accessories and supplies. 

(17) Hardware. 

Are the accounting records of this establishment maintained on 
a department basis ? 



General Merchandise Stores 

(1) Household textiles, piece goods, patterns. 

(2) Notions, laces, trimmings, ribbons, needlework. 
Cosmetics, toiletries, drugs, medicine, and drug sundries. 
Women's, misses' and girls' apparel. 
Women's, misses' and girls' apparel accessories. 
Men's and boys' clothing and furnishings. 

(7) Men's and boys' shoes. 

(8) House furnishings, appliances, housewares. 
Foods and groceries. 
Fresh meats. 
Building materials. 

(12) Farm equipment, implements, and machinery. 

(13) Farm and garden supplies, feed, seed, fertilizers, etc. 

(14) Gasoline, lubricants, fuel oil. 

(15) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by sales of the merchandise listed on line 1 above ? 

(16) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted 

for by sales of the merchandise listed on lines 3, 4, and 
5 above ? 

(17) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by sales of the merchandise listed on lines 6 and 7 above ? 

(18) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by sales of the merchandise listed on lines 9 and 10 
above ? 



(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 



(9) 
(10) 
(11) 



Variety Stores 

(1) Women's, misses', and juniors' ready-to-wear apparel and 

accessories. 

(2) Men's and boys' clothing and furnishings. 

(3) Dry goods, domestics. 

(4) Notions, smallwares. 

(5) Hardware, paint, electrical supplies, appliances. 

(6) Housefumishings, including china, glass, and kitchen 

utensils. 

(7) Drugs, toiletries. 

(8) Toys, games. 

(9) Books, magazines. 

(10) Stationery. 

(11) Novelty and costume jewelry. 

(12) Fountain and meals. 

(13) Candy, nuts, confectionery. 



(1 
(2 
(3 
(4 
(5 
(6 
(7 
(8 
(9 
(10 

(11 
(12 
(13 
(14 
(15 
(16 
(17 
(18 
(19 
(20 
(21 
(22 
(23 
(24 



Apparel Stores 

Men's ready-made clothing (include made-to-measure). 

Men's furnishings (excluding hats and caps). 

Men's hats, caps. 

Boys' wear. 

Custom-made men's clothing. 

Women's, misses', and juniors' coats and suits. 

Women's, misses', and juniors' dresses. 

Housedresses, uniforms. 

Custom-made women's outer apparel. 

Fur garments, furs. 

Custom-made fur garments. 

Blouses, skirts, sportswear. 

Girls' and teen-age wear. 

Infants' wear. 

Undei-wear, slips, negligees, robes. 

Corsets, brassieres. 

Women's and children's hosiery. 

Millinery. 

Handbags, other accessories. 

Men's and boys' leather footwear. 

Women's, misses', and juniors leather footwear. 

Children's and juveniles' leather footwear. 

Rubber footwear. 

Toiletries, cosmetics. 



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RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



Apparel Stores — Continued 



(25) Linens, blankets, comforters, spreads, notions, and other 

domestics. 

(26) Home furnishings (furniture, appliances, china, etc.) 

(27) Costume jewelry, fine jewelry, silverware, clocks, watches. 

(28) Receipts from fur repair and storage. 

(29) Receipts from cleaning, pressing, alteration, garment re- 

pair. 

(30) Was 50 percent or more of your 1954 total receipts from 

the sale of secondhand merchandise ? 

Source of receipts 

Approximately what percent of total sales is accounted for by 

the following merchandise? If none, enter "None." 

(1) Men's, boys' clothing. 

(2) Men's, boys' furnishings. 

(3) Women's, girls', infants' apparel, accessories. 

(4) Linens, blankets, comforters, spreads, notions, dry goods, 

and other domestics. 

(5) Home furnishings (furniture, appliances, china, etc.). 



Furniture Stores 

(1) Furniture, household (new). 

(2) Furniture, office (new). 

(3) Used furniture (including merchandise obtained through 

trade-ins or repossessions). 

(4) Bedding (mattresses, springs, and other sleep equipment). 

(5) Floor coverings — soft surface. 

(6) Floor coverings — hard surface. 

(7) Draperies, curtains, upholstery materials. 

(8) Kitchen furniture and accessories. 

(9) Summer, porch, and outdoor furniture. 

(10) Juvenile furniture, games, toys, etc. 

(11) Lamps and shades. 

(12) Radios and parts. 

(13) Television sets and parts. 

(14) Major household appliances. 

(15) Hardware, tools, paint, glass, wallpaper. 

(16) Shades, blinds, awnings, tents, flags, banners. 

(17) Men's, women's, and children's apparel and accessories. 

(18) China, glassware, crockery. 

(19) Was 50 percent or more (approximate) of total sales ac- 

counted for by the sale of used merchandise ? 



Appliance Stores 

(1) Radios and parts (new). 

(2) Television sets and parts (new). 

(3) Pianos, musical instruments, music, phonogrraphs. 

(4) Phonograph records. 

(5) Self-contained air conditioners. 

(6) Other major household appliances. 

(7) Small appliances, kitchenw«re, other housewares. 

(8) Used household appliances', radios, television sets. 

(9) Cameras, projectors, photographic supplies. 

(10) "Toys, games, hobby items. 

(11) Was 50 percent or more (approximate) of total sales ac- 

counted for by the sale of used merchandise ? 



Automotive, Gasoline Dealers 

(1) New passenger cars. 

(2) New trucks and commercial cars. 

(3) Used passenger cars. 

(4) Used trucks and commercial cars. 

(5) Over-the-counter sale of parts and accessories (including 

tires, tubes, and batteries). 

(6) Gasoline. 
Farm equipment, implements and machinery. 
Motorcycles. 
Automobile trailers. 

(10) Motorboats, yachts, boats, canoes. 

(11) Aircraft for private (noncommercial) use. 

(12) Hardware. 

(13) Major household appliances. 

(14) L.P. gas. 

(15) Automotive repairs or services. 

(16) Room or cabin rental to transients. 

(17) Parking services. 

Franchise — Facilities 

(18) Does this establishment have a franchise for the sale of 

new passenger cars or trucks ? 



(7) 
(8) 
(9) 



Automotive, Gasoline Dealers — Continned 
Franchise — Facilities— Continued 



(19) 
(20) 
(21) 



(22) 



(1) 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

(11) 

(12) 

(13) 



(1^ 
(2) 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

(11) 

(12) 

(13) 

(14) 

(15) 



Does this establishment have a franchise for the sale of 

new farm implements, equipment, and machinery? 
Does this establishment have storage facilities for L.P. 

gas, amounting to 3,000 or more gallons, water capacity ? 
Does this establishment have above-ground facilities for 

storing 10,000 gallons or more of bulk liquid fuel, other 

than L.P. gas ? 
Number of rental units (rooms or cabins — if any) at this 

location on December 31, 1964. 



Motor Vehicle, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Farm implements, equipment, machinery. 

Gasoline, lubricants. 

Feed, seeds, fertilizer. 

Bottled gas (L.P. gas). 

Farm and garden supplies. 

Passenger cars (new). 

Trucks (new). 

Passenger cars (used). 

Trucks (used). 

Refrigerators and other appliances. 

Fence and fence materials. 

Does this establishment have a franchise for the sale 

new passenger cars or trucks ? 
Does this establishment have a franchise for the sale of 

new farm implements, equipment, or machinery ? 



of 



Lumber Yards and Building Materials Dealers 

Logs, piles, etc. 

Hardwood lumber, other than flooring. 

Hardwood flooring. 

Softwood, lumber, including flooring. 

Plywood, millwork, veneers, other wood products. 

Building materials, other than lumber and lumber products. 

Radios, TV sets, household appliances. 

Plumbing and air-conditioning equipment. 

Paints, glass, wallpaper. 

Hardware. 

Farm equipment and machinery. 

Fuel. 

What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted 

for by lines 3, 4, and 5 above ? 
What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted 

for by line 6 above ? 
What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by line 10 above ? 



Hardware, Paint, Electrical Supply, Plumbing and Heating 
Stores 

(1) Hardware. 

(2) Paint, glass. 

(3) Wallpaper. 

(4) Hay, grain, other feeds. 

(5) Seeds, bulbs, nursery stocks, fertilizers. 

(6) Farm equipment, implements, machinery and parts. 

(7) Heating, plumbing equipment and supplies. 

(8) Air-conditioning equipment and supphes. 

(9) Major household appliances. 

(10) Lighting, electrical supplies (except household appliances). 

(11) Coal, wood, fuel oil, bottled gas (L.P. gas). 

(12) Small appliances, kitchenware, other housewares, toys, 

games. 

(13) Furniture, floor coverings, draperies, shades. 

(14) Lumber. 

(15) Building materials. 

(16) Gasoline. 

(17) Radios, television. 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 
(7) 
(8) 



Drug and Proprietary Stores 

Prescriptions. 

Drugs, medicines (other than prescriptions). 

Liquors, wines, beer (packaged). 

Cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, smokers' accessories. 

Candy, nuts, confectionery. 

Fountain, meals. 

Newspapers, magazines, books. 

Emergency, first aid, surgical, sickroom supplies. 



INTRODUCTION 



13 



Drug and Proprietary Stores — Continued 

(9) Toiletries, cosmetics. 

(10) Gifts, cameras, stationery, school supplies. 

Registered pharmacists working in this store during the work- 
week ended nearest November 15, 1954. (Include proprietors 
or family members who are registered pharmacists.) 

(11) Number working full workweek. 

(12) Number working part workweek. 

Prescriptions, including narcotic prescriptions, filled in this store 
in 1954: 

(13) Number of new prescriptions. 

(14) Number of refill prescriptions. 



Liquor and Cigar Stores and Newsstands 

(1) Liquor, wines, beer (packaged). 

(2) Cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, smokers' accessories. 

(3) Alcoholic beverages (on-premise consumption). 

(4) Fountain, meals. 

(5) Candy, nuts, confectionery. 

(6) Groceries, nonalcoholic beverages, other food items for off- 

premise consumption. 

(7) Newspapers, magazines, books. 

(8) Gifts, novelties, souvenirs. 

(9) Approximately what percent (if any) of total sales is ac- 

counted for by sales of alcoholic beverages for on-prem- 
ise consumption ? 
(10) Approximately what percent (if any) of total sales is ac- 
counted for by sales of grroceries, nonalcoholic beverages, 
and other food items for off-premise consumption ? 



Seed, Farm Supplies, Fuel Dealers 

(1) Hay, grain. 

(2) Feed. 

(3) Bulbs, nursery stock. 

(4) Seeds. 

(5) Cut flowers, arrangements, designs. 

(6) Fertilizer. 

(7) Garden supplies. 

(8) Farm equipment, implements, and machinery, including 

parts, accessories, and supplies. 

(9) Building materials, hardware, paint, electrical supplies. 

(10) Heating, plumbing equipment and supplies. 

(11) Major household appliances. 

(12) Ice. 

(13) Coal, wood. 

(14) Fuel oil (domestic heating). 

(15) Bottled gas (L.P. gas). 

(16) Gasoline. 

(17) Canned goods, groceries, meats, other foods, beverages. 

(18) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted 

for by the sale of hay, grain, and other feeds (whether 
or not mixed at this establishment) ? 

(19) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by sale of oil burners, furnaces, stokers? 



Jewelry, Luggage, Camera Stores and Pawn Shops 

(1) Jewelry, diamonds, precious stones, watches, clocks, silver- 

ware. 

(2) Novelty and costume jewelry. 

(3) Cameras, projectors, films, photo equipment and supplies. 

(4) Optical goods, frames, lenses. 

(5) Luggage, leather goods. 



Bicycle, Sporting Goods, Gift, Novelty Stores 

Bicycles, parts and supplies. 
Sporting goods. 
Toys, games, hobby items. 
Stamps, coins, collectors' items. 
Pets (animals, fish, etc.) supplies. 

(6) Religious (church) goods. 

(7) Phonograph records, sheet music. 

(8) Musical instruments, pianos. 

(9) Gifts, novelties, souvenirs. 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



Typewriter, Book, Stationery and Secondhand Stores 

(1) Typewriters. 

(2) Other store and office machines. 

(3) Store and office furniture and fixtures. 

(4) Stationery, printed forms, office supplies. 

(5) Newspapers, magazines, paperbound pocket-size books. 

(6) Text books. 

(7) Rare books, prints, and manuscripts. 

(8) New books (except types specified on lines 5, 6, 7). 

(9) Second hand books. 

(10) Second hand furniture. 

(11) Second hand tires, batteries, accessories. 

(12) Second hand clothing, shoes. 

(13) Other second hand merchandise. 

(14) What percent (approximate) of total sales is accounted for 

by sales of store and office furniture and fixtures, and 
store and office machines other than typewriters ? 



Florist, Garden Supply Stores 

(1) Cut flowers, including arrangements and designs — potted 

growing plants. 

(2) Nursery stock, seeds, bulbs. 

(3) Farm and garden supplies. 

(4) Fertilizers. 

(5) Hay, grain, other feeds. 

Merchandise Vending Machine Operators 

Report the number of machines of each type which were on 
location at the end of 1954. If none enter "None." 

(1) Candy, nuts, confectionery, gum, and other food products 

(except beverages and ice cream). 

(2) Milk and ice cream. 

(3) All other beverages (hot and cold). 

(4) Cigars, cigarettes, tobacco. 

(5) Other types. (If any, specify merchandise.) 



14 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



RETAIL TRADE; 1954— SELECTED NEW ENGLAND 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 

(Excludes towna having Incorporated cities or boroughs of 2,500 Inhabitants or more; data for 



State, county, and town 



Total 



Establiahmeots 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl,000) 



Ertabljab- 

mentBwith 

payroll 

(11,000) 



Payroll, 
eotire year 



(»1,000) 



udemplo 
wurkwe^ aided 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuH 

workweek 



Propn&- 

toTS (unin- 
corporated 



only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of- 



Food stores 



Estab- 
Ush- 
rooits 

(Number) 



Sales 

(11.000) 



Eating, drinking 
places 



Estab- 
lisb- 
ments 

(Number) 



Saks 

(11,000) 



CONNICTICm 

Fairfield County: 

Fairfield 

(Ireenvlch 

Stratford 

Hartford County: 

East Hartford 

Enfield 

- Nuicbester 

Southlngton 

west Hartford 

Wethersfleld 

New Haven County; 

East Haven... 

namAam ........... 

mif ord 

Veat Bayen 



HIUNE 



York County: 
Sanford... 



3U 
273 



295 
181 
355 
165 
329 



127 
294 
302 

371 



MJSSACHtEETTS 

Berkshire County: 

Adams 

Bristol Comity; 

Falrbaven 

■ North Attleborough. . , 

Essex County: 

Andover 

Danvers 

fbrblehead 

Metbuen 

Saugus 

Franldln County: 

Greenfield 

Hampden County; 

West Springfield.... 

Middlesex Couirty: 

Arlington 

Belmont 

Frandngham. ......... 

Lexington 

Natlck .^ 

Reading 

Stone ham. 

Wakefield 

Watertown 

Winchester 

Norfolk County; 

Bralntree 

Brookllna 

Dedham 

miton 

Needham 

Norwood 

Wellealey 

Weyaouth 

Plymouth County: 

Plymouth 

Suffolk County: 

Wlntbrop 

Worcester County: 

Clinton 

miford 

Southbridge 

Webster 

RHODE ISLAND 

Kent County: 

West Warwick 

Providence County; 

Cumberland 

East Providence 

Johnston 

North Providence. 

Washington County: 

North Kingston 

Wester ley 



100 
155 



104 
149 
130 
204 
152 



307 
193 
403 
121 
197 
166 
115 
201 
323 
110 



137 
557 
190 
93 
132 
226 
168 
290 



149 
204 
274 
200 



152 
357 
165 
136 



95 

217 



189 
344 

175 



227 
U3 
271 
111 
263 
63 



75 
200 
196 
235 



66 

105 



72 
109 

94 
116 
106 



197 
145 
297 

83 
129 
lU 

85 
137 
211 

84 



407 
132 
61 
88 
172 
150 
192 



U7 
142 
162 
138 



68 
205 



61 
137 



34,704 
59,201 
29,598 



45,864 
20,876 
45,387 
13,037 
57,477 
U,970 



9,196 
33,132 
28,712 
28,387 



6,015 
14,438 



9,769 
15,388 
U,625 
12,252 
12,522 



23,814 



33,767 
22,454 
60,888 
16,934 
20,782 
16,462 
12,576 
23,327 
38,004 
15,656 



12,455 
66,090 
19,432 
12,235 
16,650 
28,806 
38,222 
25,215 



10,329 



U,999 
18,264 
19,034 
14,802 



10,227 

33,476 

■ 9,149 

8,320 



6,193 
20,724 



32,014 
56,4y7 
27,606 



44,200 
19,636 
43,475 
U,845 
56,313 
11,770 



3,040 
31,140 
26,490 
25,303 



5,461 
U,084 



9,229 

14,830 
11,035 
10,744 
11,742 



28,983 



31,357 
21,404 
58,930 
16,198 
19,298 
15,470 
12,024 
22,051 
35,536 
14,944 



11,693 
63,490 
13,400 
11,689 
15,968 
27,542 
37,766 
23,621 



8,417 



12,969 

16,660 
16,958 
13,686 



25,565 



3,497 
30,598 
7,408 
7,073 



5,865 
19,396 



3,278 


1,040 


803 


6,781 


2,080 


1,742 


2,699 


875 


667 


4,759 


1,762 


1,298 


1,962 


736 


547 


4,548 


1,794 


1,290 


1,234 


511 


355 


6,571 


2,554 


1,906 


1,154 


489 


275 


630 


280 


176 


3,486 


1,480 


1,031 


2,829 


1,002 


741 


2,473 


948 


706 



1,467 



583 


260 


197 


1,290 


542 


426 


1,019 


472 


317 


1,732 


791 


534 


1,329 


580 


413 


1,145 


506 


331 


1,358 


686 


406 


3,770 


1,487 


1,224 


2,637 


1,008 


777 


3,336 


1,368 


958 


2,353 


969 


731 


7, no 


3,032 


2,238 


1,857 


725 


516 


2,143 


786 


576 


1,582 


668 


432 


1,451 


526 


412 


2,263 


915 


649 


4,182 


1,408 


1,147 


1,555 


649 


505 


1,132 


491 


354 


8,592 


3,277 


2,635 


1,935 


304 


551 


1,164 


387 


304 


1,648 


640 


398 


3,086 


1,335 


909 


4,509 


1,857 


1,614 


2,404 


1,048 


717 



1,222 

1,776 
1,783 
1,383 



2,697 



753 

2,756 

696 

712 



580 
2,058 



y71 
784 
778 
697 



1,168 



354 

1,183 

337 

293 



275 
832 



389 
536 
560 
439 



294 
939 
247 
197 



203 
667 



303 
406 
265 



268 

170 
324 
153 
258 
77 



129 
266 
300 
365 



96 

130 



84 
110 
113 
180 
L27 



264 
176 
273 

97 
166 
141 
105 
148 
277 

94 



106 
438 
137 
68 
93 
150 
113 
249 



142 
161 
253 
162 



159 
363 
182 
145 



33 
211 



30 
128 
41 
16 
21 
42 
22 
52 



9,270 
U,900 
10,584 



11,171 
6,123 

U,794 
3,361 

17,923 
4,110 



4,458 
10,329 

8,196 
10,243 



U,007 
7,514 

11,734 
4,312 
5,905 
5,407 
3,971 
5,448 
7,762 
4,271 



5,375 
19,279 
4,279 
2,558 
5,659 
8,660 
7,818 
7,307 



5,152 



3,893 
5,793 
5,384 
4,550 



1,387 
11,161 
3,198 
3,723 



1,913 
5,642 



1,883 


22 


2,795 


30 


2,820 


20 


4,235 


24 


4,794 


20 


5,160 


43 


5,035 


28 



2,455 
3,944 
2,251 



4,858 
1,187 
2,191 
1,426 
2,453 
1,814 



759 
2,297 
2,356 
3,039 



560 
1,380 



735 

1,180 

804 

1,603 

2,721 



2,137 



709 
y77 

6,240 
751 
742 

1,122 
475 
674 

2,345 
384 



826 
5,921 
1,720 
(D) 
257 
1,346 
1,254 
1,945 



1,622 
382 



1,041 
1,135 
1,074 
1,369 



1,458 



1,008 

1,894 

1,304 

8y7 



856 
1,035 



Standard Notes: (D) WithheU to avoid disckwue. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable, (Z) Uaathan tSOD, 



RapfSBcnta zcn. 



INTRODUCTION 



15 



TOWNS OF 12,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Busincss Group — Establishments and Sales 



cities or boroughs In such towns are shown In table 102 of the appropriate State 


chapterE 


) 




















Kind-of-bugineH group - Continued 




Genenl merchandise 
group 


Apparel, aooea- 


Funiituie, home 

funushuigB, 
appliance dealere 


Automotive group 


statJoDs 


Lumber, bldg. matls., 
hardware, farm equip- 
ment dealers 


Drugstores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail Stores 


Nonstors retailen 


1 
1 


Estab- 

lisb- 

meatB 

(Numlw) 


Sales 

(Jl.OOO) 


Estab- 

lish- 

ments 

(Number) 


Saks 

($1.0001 


EsUb- 

Ush- 

menta 

(Number) 


Sal« 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Saks 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


.Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sal» 

($1,000) 


8 

7 
6 


937 
630 
474 


21 
49 
10 


1,116 

3,913 

429 


12 
36 
11 


885 
2,636 

471 


14 
22 
15 


9,860 

12,655 

8,629 


34 
39 
36 


2,000 

3,701 
2,051 


15 
15 
15 


2,965 

4,264 
1,025 


9 
21 
12 


903 
1,860 
1,491 


54 
117 
32 


3,867 
10,441 
2,075 


31 
21 
19 


446 
257 
118 


1 
2 
3 


6 
6 
15 

7 
U 

3 


817 
1,058 
4,116 

501 
6,738 

(D) 


10 
13 
30 
11 
46 
5 


813 

363 
2,352 

803 
3,825 

242 


15 
17 
29 

7 
23 

4 


1,226 
1,994 
2,292 

320 
2,056 

453 


20 
10 
27 

9 
11 

2 


13,833 
4,700 

10,254 
1,294 

10,437 
(0 


40 
10 
37 
20 
35 
15 


3,944 
1,514 
2,396 
817 
2,915 
2,246 


19 
14 
12 

9 
18 

4 


2,546 
1,188 
2,927 
1,526 
3,637 
1,095 


12 
8 

10 
4 

17 
4 


1,799 
(D) 

1,421 
382 

2,785 
(D) 


43 
34 
50 
21 
59 
12 


3,950 
2,237 
5,482 
2,504 
4,226 
954 


29 
2 

11 
7 

23 
4 


907 
(D) 
162 
103 
482 
26 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


1 
11 
20 
11 


(D) 

(D) 

1,376 

317 


4 
18 
25 
18 


304 

767 
1,023 
1,065 


6 
15 
17 
15 


259 

(D) 
2,229 
1,210 


4 
13 
18 
16 


1,291 
5,821 

5,970 
4,141 


14 
34 
29 

34 


616 
2,113 
1,935 
2,109 


6 

15 
10 
11 


196 
1,414 
1,279 
1,857 


3 
15 

9 
20 


(D) 
1,444 

670- 
1,968 


20 
58 
50 
56 


755 
3,861 
3,204 
2,169 


8 
9 

12 
16 


126 
393 
474 
269 


10 
11 
12 
13 


7 


1,004 


23 


1,063 


18 


791 


15 


2,900 


21 


899 


11 


1,876 


8 


511 


25 


1,750 


7 


66 


iA 


6 


299 


10 


636 


7 


479 


6 


939 


12 


486 


7 


1,033 


6 


(D) 


28 


1,160 




(D) 


15 


3 


(D) 
538 


2 
17 


(D) 
600 


2 
7 


(D) 
242 


5 
14 


(D) 
3,444 


7 
25 


359 
1,262 


3 
5 


274 
1,073 


5 
4 


384 
(D) 


17 
24 


566 
2,785 


2 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


16 
17 


3 
li 
6 
1 
3 


251 
798 
195 
(D) 
(D) 


14 
8 

10 
2 

3 


893 
282 
520 
(D) 

(d) 


6 

4 
4 
4 


185 
187 
429 
211 


4 
9 
5 
8 


2,760 

2,304 

959 

454 


8 
14 

7 
23 

18 


4^ 
1,022 

591 
1,031 
1,415 


5 

12 
7 
5 
8 


825 
1,592 
352 
798 
541 


4 
5 
4 
7 
6 


257 
445 
732 
606 
437 


13 
26 
23 
36 
37 


727 
2,879 
1,092 
1,610 
1,759 


6 

9 
9 

15 
7 


94 

466 

1,399 

507 

51 


18 
19 
20 
21 
22 


9 


2,734 


42 


2,427 


21 


3,251 


19 


6,340 


32 


1,400 


10 


1,280 


7 


(D) 


49 


4,094 


16 


(D) 


23 


U 


739 


4 


(D) 


20 


2,354 


11 


5,063 


31 


1,763 


13 


2,480 


4 


(D) 


29 


2,354 


15 


446 


24 


17 
9 

11 
2 

11 
7 
2 
9 
8 
6 


1,023 

1,132 

14,081 

(D) 

749 

821 

(D) 

1,424 

916 

291 


26 

10 
61 
10 
14 
7 
8 
17 
13 
14 


1,339 

3,450 

6,121 

953 

605 

382 

153 

1,219 

797 

3,726 


15 
11 
39 

6 
19 

9 
10 
14 
13 

6 


924 
299 

2,726 
225 

2,102 
174 

2,251 
698 
859 
306 


15 

9 
22 

6 
13 
11 

6 
13 
22 

7 


9,864 
4,240 
7,749 
4,147 
3,098 
3,062 
1,414 
6,643 
8,389 
3,787 


25 
17 
38 
17 
18 
25 
17 
22 
36 
10 


1,661 
1,078 
2,464 
1,393 
1,187 
1,535 
1,201 
1,089 
2,134 
697 


15 
10 
19 

4 
12 

7 

7 
17 
16 

8 


2,619 

621 
2,559 

(D) 
1,057 

874 
1,011 
1,759 
2,415 

576 


17 
18 
12 
6 
9 
6 
5 
8 
14 
4 


1,338 
1,456 
1,433 
525 
(D) 
506 
(D) 
828 
921 
404 


48 
25 
64 
22 
32 
32 
15 
40 
54 
23 


2,342 

1,242 
4,828 
3,146 
3,163 
2,433 
1,188 
3,383 
3,900 
1,196 


33 
17 
17 
19 
11 
12 

8 
10 
31 

4 


941 
845 
953 
337 
(D) 
146 
321 
162 
7,566 
18 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 


3 

lA 

4 
3 
8 

13 
5 

15 


(D) 
756 
371 
201 
485 
1,786 
600 
929 


3 
63 
5 
2 
11 
28 
35 
11 


(D) 

5,519 

445 

(D) 

927 

1,525 

7,628 

579 


8 
41 
7 
3 
7 
16 
11 
19 


189 

2,416 

378 

(D) 

340 

1,081 

578 

1,042 


5 
21 
9 
6 
9 
14 
10 
19 


2,152 
13, U9 
5,243 
4,357 
4,491 
5,323 
8,692 
5,452 


22 
29 

27 
8 
15 
22 
11 
42 


1,385 
2,580 
1,422 

536 
1,005 

907 
1,372 
1,745 


6 
12 
13 
6 
6 
17 
12 
17 


597 

854 

1,505 

(D) 

763 

3,652 

3,791 

1,699 


7 
32 
8 
9 
7 
10 
11 
14 


569 

2,264 

773 

596 

716 

730 

1,115 

1,398 


21 
86 
36 
17 
24 
23 
42 
36 


959 
7,712 
3,044 
1,345 
1,587 
1,992 
5,218 
2,847 


13 
72 
12 
21 
17 
12 
14 
24 


197 
5,670 
252 
346 
420 
1,804 
156 
272 


35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 


7 


1,069 


18 


1,165 


18 


1,004 


13 


3,929 


22 


877 


12 


1,782 


9 


599 


50 


2,870 


15 


183 


43 


9 


394 


7 


213 


9 


321 


3 


1,567 


10 


468 


10 


421 


10 


771 


22 


1,029 


12 


179 


44 


5 
9 
10 
6 


804 
1,282 
1,006 

976 


18 
22 
27 
20 


846 
1,089 
1,341 

823 


U 
19 
26 

19 


772 
1,080 
1,317 

869 


13 
11 
U 

u 


2,937 
2,921 
2,340 
2,313 


10 
23 
26 

16 


856 
1,306 
1,343 
1,086 


6 

11 
7 
6 


339 
1,163 
1,061 

748 


6 
9 
7 

4 


420 
580 
407 
(D) 


18 
26 
31 
28 


1,929 
1,353 
2,929 
1,630 


6 

6 

24 

2 


162 

62 

332 

(D) 


45 

46 
47 
48 


15 


1,450 


28 


2,199 


20 


1,802 


13 


5,203 


29 


1,480 


16 


3,416 


16 


947 


40 


3,374 


8 


70 


49 


3 
6 

1 


(D) 

492 

48 

CO 


1 

14 

1 

5 


(D) 
626 
(D) 
215 


1 
U 

2 
13 


(D) 
880 
(D) 
857 


5 
16 
11 

6 


542 
7,176 
2,231 

421 


17 

56 

25 

9 


798 
3,411 
1,021 

327 


4 
32 

8 

5 


(D) 

2,148 

394 

539 


8 
16 

i 

7 


361 

1,527 

(D) 

428 


24 
58 
16 
22 


1,069 

3,121 
505 
746 


8 
23 
13 

3 


(D) 

1,040 

271 

(D) 


50 
51 
52 
53 


3 
11 


114 
2,380 


3 
23 


113 
1,278 


5 
18 


92 

804 


8 
11 


789 
3,518 


22 

12 


703 
840 


7 
13 


754 
947 


3 


(D) 
(D) 


18 
50 


691 
3,550 


3 
8 


(D) 


54 
55 



16 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

RETAIL TRADE. 1948— SELECTED NEW ENGLAND TOWNS OF 12,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE 



State, county, and town 



CONNECTICUT 

Fairfield County: 

Fairfield 

Greentfich 

Stratford 

Hartford County: 

East Hartford 

Enfield 

Manchester 

Southlngton 

West Hartford 

Wethersfield 

New Haven County; 

East Haven 

Hamden 

Milf ord 

West Haven 



MAINE 



York County; 
Sanford •• 



MASSACHUSETTS 

Berkshire County; 

Adams 

Bristol County: 

Fairhaven 

North Attleborough 

Essex County; 

Andover 

Danvers 

Marblehead 

Methuen 

Saugus 

Franklin County: 

Greenfield 

Hampden County: 

West Springfield 



Establishments 
(Number) 



225 


$U,271 


V,l 


40,733 


217 


17,457 


?% 


22,388 


209 


14,005 


312 


31,936 


153 


7,692 


269 


33,187 


64 


5,162 


111 


5,536 


257 


16,693 


mn 


17,812 


351 


18,379 



103 
138 
126 
211 
U3 



Sales 
($1,000) 



9,242 



4,183 
11,734 



6,899 
10,642 
6,790 
9,231 
6,933 



17,747 



State, county, and town 



MASSACHUSETTS— Con . 

Middlesex County: 

Arlington 

Belmont . . . ■ 

FraBlngham 

Lexington 

Natick 

Reading 

Stoneham 

Wakefield 

Watertown 

Winchester 

Norfolk County: 

Braintree 

Brookline 

Dedham 

Milton 

Needham 

Norwood 

Wellesley 

Weymouth 

Plymouth County: 

Plymouth 

Suffolk Coxmty: 

Wtnthrop 

Worcester County: 

Clinton 

Milf ord 

Southbridge 

Webster 

RHODE ISLAND 

Kent County: 

West Warwick 

Providence County: 

Cumberland 

East Providence , 

Johnston 

North Providence , 

Washington County; 

North Kingston 

Westerly , 



Establishments 
(Number) 



138 
236 
241 
209 



113 
305 
100 
149 

91 

233 



Sales 
($1,000) 



264 


$22,5% 


196 


U,919 


341 


30,058 


110 


8,779 


156 


10,596 


108 


8,413 


102 


8,092 


186 


14,796 


306 


26,397 


106 


9,157 


144 


10,900 


452 


51,681 


134 


9,766 


66 


6,880 


U7 


10,277 


190 


16,309 


159 


23,083 


263 


15,519 



12,777 

7,618 

12,433 
15,4S8 
16,849 
11,703 



23,297 

4,052 

21,514 

3,214 

7,365 

4,539 
18,171 



^Data tn thl3 table differ from those which appeared In the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments, see "Ccnparison of 1948 and 
1954 Censuses" In the Introduction. 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 

(As defined by the Bureau of the Budget) 



AKRON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Summit 
County, Ohio 

ALBANY -SCHENECTADY -TROY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 
Consists of Albany, Rensselaer, and Schenectady Counties, N, Y. 

ALBUQUERQUE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Bernalillo County, N. Mex. 

ALLENTOWN- BETHLEHEM -EASTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
AREA — Consists of Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Pa. ; and 
Warren County, N. J. 

ALTOONA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Blair County, Pa. 

AMARILLO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Potter 
and Randall Counties, Tex. 

ASHEVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Buncombe County, N. C. 

ATLANTA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Cobb, 
De Kalb, and Fulton Counties, Ga. 

ATLANTIC CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Atlantic County, N. J. 

AUGUSTA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Richmond 
County, Ga. ; and Aiken County, S, C. 

AUSTIN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Travis 
County, Tex. 

BALTIMORE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Balti- 
more City, Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties, Md. 

BATON ROUGE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
East Baton Rouge Parish, La. 

BAY CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with Bay 
County, Mich. 

BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Co- 
extensive with Jefferson County, Tex. 

BINGHAMTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Broome County, N. Y. 

BIRMINGHAM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Jefferson County, Ala. 

BOSTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of all of 
Suffolk County; Cambridge, Everett, Maiden, Medford, Melrose, 
Newton, Somerville, Waltham, and Woburn Cities and Arlington, 
Ashland, Bedford, Belnnont, Burlington, Concord, Framingham. 
Lexington, Lincoln, Natick, North Reading, Reading, Stoneham, 
Wakefield, Watertown, Wayland, Weston, Wilmington, and Win- 
chester Towns in Middlesex County; Beverly, Lynn, Peabody, and 
Salem Cities and Danvers, Hamilton, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marble- 
head, Middleton, Nahant, Saugus, Swampscott, and Wenham Towns 
in Essex County; Quincy City and Bramtree, Brookline. Canton, Co- 
hasset, Dedham, Dover, Medfield, Milton, Needham, Norwood, 
Randolph, Sharon, Walpole, We lies ley, Westwood. and Weymouth 
Towns in Norfolk County; and Hingham and Hull Towns in Plymouth 
County, Mass. 

BRIDGEPORT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of 
Bridgeport City and Fairfield, Stratford, and Trumbull Towns in 
Fairfield County, and Milford Town in New Haven County, Conn. 

BROCKTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Brockton 
City and Abington, Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, Rockland, West 
Bridgewater, and Whitman Towns in Plymouth County; Avon, Hol- 
brook, and Stoughton Towns in Norfolk County; and Easton Town in 
Bristol County, Mass, 

BUFFALO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Erie and 
Niagara Counties, N. Y. 

CANTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Stark 
County, Ohio 

CEDAR RAPIDS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Linn County, Iowa 

CHARLESTON (S. C. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coex- 
tensive with Charleston County, S. C. 

CHARLESTON (W. Va. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Fayette and Kanawha Counties, W. Va. 

CHARLOTTE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Mecklenburg County, N. C. 

CHATTANOOGA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Hamilton County, Tenn. ; and Walker County, Ga. 

CHICAGO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Cook, 
Du Page, Kane, Lake, and Will Counties, 111. : and Lake County, Ind. 

CINCINNATI STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Hamil- 
ton County, Ohio; and Campbell and Kenton Counties, Ky. 

CLEVELAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Cuya- 
hoga and Lake Counties, Ohio 

COLUMBIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Richland County, S. C. 

COLUMBUS (GA. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Chattahoochee and Muscogee Counties, Ga. ; and Russell County, Ala. 

COLUMBUS (OHIO) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Franklin County, Ohio 

CORPUS CHRISTI STANDARD METROPOUTAN AREA — Coextensive 
with Nueces County, Tex. 

DALLAS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dallas 
County, Tex. 

DAVENPORT-ROCK ISLAND-MOLINE STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
AREA — Consists of Rock Island County, 111. ; and Scott County, Iowa 

DAYTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Greene and 
Montgomery Counties, Ohio 



DECATUR STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Macon County, HI. 
DENVER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Adams, 

Arapahoe, Denver, and Jefferson Counties, Colo. 
DES MOINES STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Polk County, Iowa 
DETROIT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Macomb. 

Oakland, and Wayne Counties, Mich. 
DUBUQUE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Dubuque County, Iowa 
DULUTH-SUPERIOR STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

St. Louis County, Minn. ; and Douglas County, Wis. 
DURHAM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dur- 
ham County, N. C. 
EL PASO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

El Paso County, Tex. 
ERIE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Erie 

County, Pa. 
EVANSVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Vanderburgh County, Ind. 
FALL RIVER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Fall 

River City and Somerset, Swansea, and Westport Towns in Bristol 

County, Mass. ; and Tiverton Town in Newport County, R. I. 
FLINT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Genesee 

County, Mich. 
FORT SMITH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Sebastian County, Ark. 
FORT WAYNE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Allen County, Ind. 
FORT WORTH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Tarrant County, Tex. 
FRESNO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Frtsno County, Calif. 
GADSDEN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Etowah County, Ala. 
GALVESTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Galveston County, Tex. 
GRAND RAPIDS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Kent County, Mich. 
GREEN BAY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Brown County, Wis. 
GREENSBORO-HIGH POINT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — 

Coextensive with Guilford County, N. C. 
GREENVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Greenville County, S. C. 
HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Co- 
extensive with Butler County, Ohio 
HAMPTON-NEWPORT NEWS-WARWICK STANDARD METROPOLITAN 

AREA — Consists of Hampton, Newport News, and Warwick Cities, 

Va. 
HARRISBURG STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Cumberland and Dauphin Counties, Pa. 
HARTFORD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Hartford 

City and Avon, Bloomfield, East Hartford. Farmington, Glastonbury, 

Manchester, Newington, Rocky Hill. Simsbury, South Windsor, West 

Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor Towns in Hartford County, Conn. 
HOUSTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Harris County, Tex. 
HUNTINGTON- ASHLAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Cabell and Wayne Counties, W. Va. ; Boyd County. Ky. ; and 

Lawrence County, Ohio 
INDIANAPOLIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Marion County, Ind. 
JACKSON (MICH.) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive 

with Jackson County. Mich. 
JACKSON (MISS.) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Hinds County, Miss, 
JACKSONVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Duval County, Fla. 
JOHNSTOWN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Cam- 
bria and Somerset Counties, Pa. 
KALAMAZOO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Kalannazoo County, Mich. 
KANSAS CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of John- 
son and Wyandotte Counties, Kans. ; and Clay and Jackson Counties. 

Mo. 
KENOSHA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Kenosha County, Wis, 
KNOXVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Ander- 
son, Blount, and Knox Counties, Tenn. 
LANCASTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Lancaster County, Pa. 
LANSING STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Ingham County, Mich. 
LAREDO STANDARD METROPOLITAN ARE A — Coextensive with Webb 

County, Tex. 
LAWRENCE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Lawrence City and Andover, Methuen, and North Andover Towns m 

Essex County, Mass. 
LEXINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Fayette County, Ky. - _ 



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RETAIL TRADE — AREA STATISTICS 



STANDARD METBOPOLITAN AREAS— Continued 



LIMA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Allen 
County, Ohio 

LINCOLN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Lancaster County, Nebr. 

LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
AREA — Coextensive with Pulaski County, Ark. 

LORAIN-ELYRIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Lorain County, Ohio 

LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 
Consists of Los Angeles and Orange Counties, Calif. 

LOUISVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Jeffer- 
son County, Ky. : and Clark and Floyd Counties, Ind. 

LOWELL STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Lowell 
City and Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut. and Tewksbury Towns in 
Middlesex County, Mass. 

LUBBOCK STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Lubbock County, Tex; 

MACON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Bibb and 
Houston Counties, Ga. 

MADISON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dane 
County, Wis. 

MANCHESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Man- 
chester City and Goffstown Town in Hillsborough County, N. H. 

MEMPHIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Shelby County, Tenn. 

MIAMI STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dade 
County, Fla. 

MILWAUKEE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 
Milwaukee County, Wis. 

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, and Ramsey Counties, Minn. 

MOBILE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Mobile 
County. Ala. 

MONTGOMERY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Montgomery County, Ala. 

MUNCIE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Delaware County, Ind. 

NASHVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Davidson County, Tenn. 

NEW BEDFORD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of New 
Bedford City and Acushnet, Dartmouth, and Fairhaven Towns in 
Bristol County, Mass. 

NEW BRITAIN-BRISTOL STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Bristol and New Britain Cities and Berlin, Plainville, and 
Southington Towns in Hartford County; and Plymouth Town in Litch- 
field County, Conn. 

NEW HAVEN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of New 
Haven City and Branford, East Haven, Hamden, North Haven, 
Orange, West Haven and Woodbridge Towns in New Haven County, 
Conn. 

NEW ORLEANS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Jefferson. Orleans, and St. Bernard Parishes, La. 

NEW YORK-NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY STANDARD METRO- 
POLITAN AREA— Consists of New York City (Bronx, Kings, New 
York. Queens, and Richmond Counties) and Nassau, Rockland, 
Suffolk, and Westchester Counties, N. Y. ; and Bergen, Essex, 
Hudson, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, and Union Counties, 
N. J. 

NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, and the cities of 
Norfolk, South Norfolk. Portsmouth, and Virginia Beach, Va. 

OGDEN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Weber 
County, Utah 

OKLAHOMA CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Oklahoma County, Okla. 

OMAHA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Douglas and 
Sarpy Counties, Nebr. ; and Pottawattamie County, Iowa 

ORLANDO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Orange County, Fla. 

PEORIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Peoria and 

Tazewell Counties, 111. 
PHILADELPHIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties, 
Pa. ; and Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester Counties. N. J. 
PHOENIX STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Maricopa County, Ariz. 
PITTSBURGH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Allegheny, Beaver, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties, Pa. 
PITTSFIELD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Pitts- 
field City and Dalton, Lenox, and Lee Towns in Berkshire County, 
Mass. 
PORTLAND (MAINE) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists 
of Portland, South Portland, and Westbrook Cities and Cape Eliza- 
beth and Falmouth Towns m Cumberland County, Me. 
PORTLAND (OREG. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties, Oreg. ; and Clark 
County, Wash. 
PROVIDENCE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Consists of 
Central Falls, Cranston, Pawtucket, Providence, and Woon- 
socket Cities and Cumberland, East Providence, Johnston, 
Lincoln, North Providence. North Smithfield, and Smith- 
field Towns in Providence County; North Kingston Town in 
Washington County; Warwick City and East Greenwich, and 
West Warwick Towns in Kent County; and all of Bristol County, 
R. I, Also Attleboro City and North Attleborough, and Seekonk 
Towns in Bristol County; Bellingham. Franklin, Plainville, 



and Wrentham Towns in Norfolk County; and Blackstone and Millville 

Towns in Worcester County, Mass. 
PUEBLO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Pueblo 

County, Colo. 
RACINE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Racine 

County. Wis. 
RALEIGH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Wake 



METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 



County, N. C. 

READING STANDARD 
Berks County, Pa. 

RICHMOND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Richmond 
City and Chesterfield, and Henrico Counties, Va. 

ROANOKE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Roanoke 
City and Roanoke County, Va. 

ROCHESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 
Monroe County, N. Y. 

ROCKFORD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Winnebago County, 111. 

SACRAMENTO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Sacrannento County, Calif. 

SAGINAW STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Saginaw County, Mich. 

ST. JOSEPH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Buchanan County, Mo. 

ST. LOUIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of St. Louis 
City and St. Charles and St. Louis Counties, Mo. ; and Madison and 
St. Clair Counties, HI. 

SALT LAKE CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Salt Lake County, Utah 

SAN ANGELO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 
Tom Green County, Tex. 

SAN ANTONIO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Bexar County, Tex. 

SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTARIO STANDARD METROPOLI- 
TAN AREA — Consists of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, 
Calif. 

SAN DIEGO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
San Diego County, Calif. 

SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 
Consists of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, 
and Solano Counties, Calif. 

SAN JOSE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Santa Clara County, Calif. 

SAVANNAH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Chatham County, Ga. 

SCRANTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Lackawanna County, Pa. 

SEATTLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with King 
County, Wash. 

SHREVEPORT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Caddo 
and Bossier Parishes, La. 

SIOUX CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Woodbury County, Iowa 

SIOUX FALLS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Minnehaha County, S. Dak. 

SOUTH BEND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
St. Joseph County, Ind. 

SPOKANE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Spokane County, Wash. 

SPRINGFIELD (ILL.) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coex- 
tensive with Sangamon County, III. 

SPRINGFIELD (MO. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Greene County, Mo. 

SPRINGFIELD (OHIO) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coex- 
tensive with Clark County, Ohio 

SPRINGFIELD-HOLYOKE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Chicopee, Holyoke, Springfield, and Westfield Cities and 
Agawam, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, Ludlow, West Springfield, 
and Wilbraham Towns in Hampden County; Northampton City and 
Easthampton, and South Hadley Towns in Hampshire County, Mass. 
Also Enfield Town in Hartford County, Conn. 
STAMFORD-NORWALK STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Norwalk and Stamford Cities and Darien, Greenwich, New 
Canaan, and Westport Towns in Fairfield County, Conn. 
STOCKTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

San Joaquin County, Calif. 
SYRACUSE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Onondaga County, N. Y. 
TACOMA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Pierce County, Wash. 
TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 

Consists of Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, Fla. 
TERRE HAUTE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Vigo County, Ind. 
TOLEDO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Lucas 



AREA — Coextensive with 



County, Ohio 
TOPEKA STANDARD METROPOLITAN 

Shawnee County, Kans. 
TRENTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Mercer County, N. J. 
TUCSON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Pima 

County, Ariz. 
TULSA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Tulsa 

County, Okla. 
UTICA-ROME STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of 

Herkimer and Oneida Counties, N. Y, 



INTRODUCTION 



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STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Con tinued 



WACO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coexlenswe with 
McLennan County. Tex. 

WASHINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of the 
District of Columbia; Alexandria and Falls Church Cities and 
Arlington and Fairfax Counties, Va. ; Montgomery and Prince Georges 
Counties, Md. 

WATERBURY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Water- 
bury City, Naugatuck Borough, and Beacon Falls. Cheshire, Middle- 
bury, Prospect, and Wolcott Towns in New Haven County; and 
Thomastown and Watertown Towns in Litchfield County, Conn. 

WATERLOO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Blackhawk County, Iowa 

WHEELING-STEUBENVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 
Consists of Brooke, Hancock, Marshall, and Ohio Counties, W. Va. ; 
and Belmont and Jefferson Counties, Ohio 

WICHITA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 
Sedgwick County, Kans. 



WICHITA FALLS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA—Coextensive 

with Wichita County, Tex. 
WILKES-BARRE-HAZLLTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — 

Coextensive with Luzerne County, 1-a. 
WILMINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of New 

Castle County, Del. ; and Salem County, N. J. 
WINSTON-SALEM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA—Coextensive 

with Forsyth County, N. C. 
WORCESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Worcester City and Auburn, East Brookfield, Grafton, Holden, 

Leicester, MiUbury, Northborough, North Brookfield, Shrewsbury, 

Spencer. Wcstborough, and West Boylston Towns in Worcester 

County, Mass. 
YORK STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA—Coextensive with York 

County. Fa. 
YOUNGSTOWN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Mahoning and Trumbull Counties, Ohio, and Mercer County, Pa. 



TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS 



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HONOLULU STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of area legally designated as the 

MAYAGUEZ STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA—Coextensive with Mayaguez Municipio, P. 

PONCE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with Ponce Municipio, P. R. 

SAN JUAN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of San Juan. Catano, Bayamdn, and Guaynabo Municipios, P. R. 



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Table 



lA Retail Trade: 1954— United States, by Kind of Business— Establishments, 

Sales, Payroll, and Personnel X-S 

IB Retail Trade: 1948— United States, by Kind of Business— Establishments 

and Sales x-'J 

IC Retail Trade: 195^ and 1948— United States, by Kind of Business- 
Establishments and Sales 1-8 

ID Retail Trade: 1954— Regions, by Kind of Business— Establishments, Sales, 
Payroll, and Personnel; 

The Northeastern States 1_9 

The North Central States 1-11 

The South. , I.I3 

The West I.I5 

IE Retail Trade: 1948— Regions, by Kind of Business— Establishments and Sales: 

The Northeastern States 1-17 

The North Central States I-I7 

The South I.I7 

The West 1-1? 

IF Retail Trade: 1954— Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business— Establish- 
ments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel: 

New England I-I8 

Middle Atlantic 1-20 

East North Central 1-22 

West North Central .• 1-24 

South Atlantic 1-26 

East South Central 1-28 

West South Central I-3O 

Mountain I-32 

Pacific I-34 

IG Retail Trade: 1948 — Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business — Establish- 
ments and Sales: 

New England I-36 

Middle Atlantic I-36 

East North Central I-36 

West North Central I-36 

South Atlantic 1-37 

East South Central I-37 

West South Central I-37 

Mountain 1-37 

Pacific 1-38 

IH Retail Trade: 1954— United States, by Regions, Geographic Divisions, and 

States — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 1-39 



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CONTENTS — Continued 

Table Page 

IJ Retail Trade: 195^ — United States by Kind of Business, by Regions, 

Geographic Divisions, and States — Establishments and Sales 1-UO 

IK Retail Trade: 195^ — Standard Metropolitan Areas, by Kind of Business- 
Establishments , Sales , and Annual Payroll 1-50 

IL Retail Trade: I95U— United States by Kind of Business and City Size- 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 1-72 

IM Retail Trade: 195*+ — Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business and City 
Size — Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll: 

New England I-75 

Middle Atlantic I-78 

East North Central I-8I 

West North Central 1-81+ 

South Atlantic I-87 

East South Central I-90 

West South Central I-93 

Mountain I-96 

Pacific 1-99 

IN Retail Trade: 195'^- — Standard Metropolitan Areas Ranked by Volume of Sales 

and by Population, Standard Metropolitan Areas and Central Cities — Sales, 
Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 1-102 

IP Retail Trade: 195!+— Cities With 10,000 Inhabitants or More, Ranked by 

Volume of Sales — Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales. 1-105 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table lA RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUan) 



FuU 
workweek 

(DoUare) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
buai- 
nessen 
only)' 
(Number) 



Retail trade, total 

F<x>d Stores 

Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets.. 

Fniit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Baker\' products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eating, Dtiokiog Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractota 

Refr^hment stands 

Drinking places -. 



Geaeral Merchandise Group 



Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores. . 

General stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 
Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothmg stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, spetualty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home Fumishiags, Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antiqiue stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio. TV stores 

Radio. TV stores 



AutomotiTe Gfonp 

Total 

r car dealers ( franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, batterj', accessorv' dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers. 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. 



Gasoline Service Stations 



TtmU. 



Lumber, BIdg. MaUs., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total __ 

Farm equipment dealers 

Liunber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietarj* stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, w<x)d) 

LiqueSed petroleum gas dealers- 
Fuel oil dealers - 

Ice dealers... 

Hay, grain, feed stores.. 

Farm, garden supply stores 



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(NA) 

(NA) 

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2.761 
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17t7C1 
20,917 



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(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

USi213 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

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91 I 797 
50|729 
(NA) 
(NA) 
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85.953 

L' i .407 

20. 1U0 

18.8U5 

3.133 

2.005 

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18.689 

30.177 

9.2M9 

7.252 

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(NA) 



226.903 
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(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 6.530 



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1U2i968 
14.981 
2.212 
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7.777 
15.102 
12.61 1 
2.191 
5.060 
7.717 



211. UC9 

130.815 

127.188 

1.239 

2.1 18 

19.151 

91.113 



50.551 
2.761 

20.253 
9.9C1 

17.639 



97.y29 

19.723 

2.131 

3.103 

661 

13.225 

19.217 

13.122 

5.825 

1 1.056 

37.719 

?6.893 

1.733 

6.093 

5.390 

U.6'S1 



65.773 
37.999 

25.175 
1.335 
8.189 
27.771 
1 1.930 
9.991 
5.800 



ea.573 

39.165 

11 .362 

11.151 

1 .881 

1.295 

1 19 



78.507 
16.399 
25.129 
6.555 
U.858 
'5.266 



19.189 

'■1.551 

1.93? 



33.10" 

21 .12«, 

16.986 

6.750 

3.805 

5.625 

P06 

13.156 

1.171 



169.967,718 

39.762.213 

31.120.761 

1 .=13.969 

181.118 

181. 5C3 

567. =55 

862.290 

(NA) 

(NA) 

179.787 

752.137 



13.101 .051 

8.095.676 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

535.733 

e. 350. 381 



17,872,366 

10,557,813 

3, 115,069 

1 .086.061 

3.066.631 



1 1 ,078, 209 

1 .895.252 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1, 332,852 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

360.980 

311.221 



8.619.002 
5.373.919 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.237.323 

TnaI" 

(NA) 
(NA) 



29.911.997 

25.107.981 

2.123.517 

1 .813. "89 

225.065 

325.576 

11.216 



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13.123.528 

2. 801. =32 

6.502.861 

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511.156 

2.691.318 



5.251 .791 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1=. 986. 881 

3. 180.769 

2.812.011 

"'(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.155.913 

637.5il3 



157.932,676 



35.233.11 1 
30.889.982 
1.697, 173 
118.216 
330.955 
351 .559 
802,622 
611.282 
158.310 
390.189 
622.715 



12.020.993 

7.575.505 

7.289.329 

91 .311 

191.950 

567.329 

3.878.058 



17.327,331 
10,557,813 

2.870,967 
684.138 

3.014.085 



10.701.223 

1 .817.561 

181.822 

148.537 

40.896 

1 .113.309 

2.298.645 

1.819.039 

479.606 

1.71 1 .165 

1,222,872 

3.577.235 

173.134 

172,203 

332,196 

318,781 



8.151 .300 

5.118.301 

1.170.880 

181.376 

493.015 

3.002,999 

1.156.893 

1.416,591 

429.515 



29,351 ,877 

25.007.140 

2.115.331 

1 .723.005 

2C1 .873 

290.312 

14.216 



9.292.000 



12.612,154 
2,744.1Uj 
5.395.165 
551 .009 
473,540 
2.178.530 



5.K3,861 

1.857.325 

216.536 



11.370.931 

2.853.699 

2.568.320 

852.265 

190.657 

1.285.391 

10.001 

3.345.619 

585.597 



18, 198,662 



2.535.861 

2.035.135 

111 .102 

13.168 

28.157 

41.051 

180,620 

158,100 

22,220 

31,163 

62.161 



2.51 1 .520 

1 .815.369 

1 .72.9,850 

22.626 

62.913 

83.851 

612.100 



2,648,138 
1 ,773,230 

330.985 
59.870 

184.053 



1 .186.099 

243.597 

21 .291 

64.698 

5.259 

152.336 

318.562 

259.529 

58.933 

229.395 

598.015 

506.21 1 

30.01 1 

51 .7°3 

33.910 

62.620 



.156.350 

776.033 

609. 206 

82.876 

83.9=1 

390.317 

162.752 

167.821 

59.711 



2.789,899 

2.385.125 

121 .662 

241 .775 

24.377 

15,318 

1 ,6"2 



.195.353 

258.151 

759.071 

82.663 

89.659 

305.805 



658.485 

635.452 

23.033 



1 .473.007 

153.285 

311.216 

98.752 

74.158 

130.293 

8.013 

182.781 

52.5=4 



351,111,958 



18.950.767 
38.971.466 

2.725.701 
253.371 
522.935 
851.1 8' 

3,783.085 

5,329.080 
151.005 
598.592 

I .227.131 



50.765.1 10 

36.708.377 

31.980.137 

187.336 

1 .240.904 

1.651 .228 

12.105.505 



52.130.224 
35,192.637 

6,121.335 
1 . 100, 111 
9.413.108 



28.412.870 
1.433.2'»7 

395.942 
1 .153.790 
99.319 
2.781.216 
5.870.504 
4.815.245 
1 .051.259 
4,378.523 
1 1,731 .397 
9.914.93P 

595.154 
1.220.305 

691.225 
1.301.924 



22.377.661 
11.821.24= 
1 1 .492.537 
I .639.886 
1 .591 .822 
7.553.116 
3.1 1 1 .055 
3.249.123 
1 .193.238 



51 .741 .51 1 

44.077.329 

2.263.012 

4.625.068 

459.889 

279.584 

35.629 



28.745.413 
4.893.145 

11.617.277 
1.603.883 
1 .338.122 
5.792.716 



.781 .696 
.346.901 
131.791 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere clissified. XXX Not applicable. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



.568.376 
.080.115 
.211.793 
,993.291 
.492.395 
.588.777 

139.327 
.522.491 

993.055 I 

(Z) LesE 



327,091,709 



43.216.476 
34.172.71 1 

2.509.931 
229.462 
165.206 
729.599 

3,168,711 

3.058.153 
410.588 
531.682 

1 .106.112 



15.459.146 

33.852.395 

32.358.334 

362.62b 

1.131 .433 

1 .377.056 

1 1.229.695 



15,565,073 

31,011,811 

5.785.897 

1.005.217 

7.762.1 18 



25,877, 114 
3.953.135 

367.756 
1 .045.437 
91 .979 
2.115.953 
5.181,679 
4.502.295 

982.381 
3.864.061 
10.731 .1 19 
9.103.446 

539.419 
1 .088.224 

504.649 
1 .239.801 



21 .518.382 
11.337.083 
1 1 .117.367 
1 .589,125 
1 ,600.590 
7.21 1 .299 
2.996.500 
3.095.455 
1 .1 18.344 



50,945.670 

43.575.844 

2.195.452 

4.428.132 

110.552 

269.361 

35.019 



27.564.320 
4.762.013 

14.012.139 
1 .543.1 13 
1 .763.181 
5.153.824 



1 1 .330.733 

10.952.037 

37a.696 



27.026.343 
2.811 .722 
5,990.025 
1 .8e1 .271 
1 .168.931 
2.501.517 
135.273 
3.378.636 
913.112 

than $500. 



7. 121,351 



1,025.819 
811.018 
45.531 
5.597 
12.043 
25.696 
85.015 
73.440 
1 1 .575 
13.791 
27.158 

1.352.828 

999.991' 

958.003 

14.255 

27.736 

55.812 

297.022 



1,258,990 
'734.920 

159.988 
30.418 

333.664 



607.340 

86.560 

6.177 

21.922 

1.778 

56.783 

101.197 

81 .959 

19.538 

103.717 

274.282 

231 .228 

15.291 

27,763 

18.535 

20.548 



351.772 

227.370 

176.306 

21 .359 

29.596 

121.102 

52.688 

51 .773 

19.911 



710,802 

590,186 

31.125 

73.01 1 

6.712 

3.946 

522 



416.690 
79.625 

21 1 .038 
24.218 
21.955 

105.851 



300.135 

285.236 

11.199 



51 1,260 
56.415 
96.538 
34.219 
22.9 16 
35.515 
2.750 
52.337 
17.611 



5,778, 351 



740. 1B4 

573.295 

35.335 

4.411 

8.851 

16.329 

68.031 

59 . 1 2 1 

8,910 

10,602 

20.587 



1.111,662 

836.899 

808.204 

7.382 

23.313 

37.522 

■ 235.141 



912,717 
562,630 
117,217 
23,712 
209,188 



473,526 

50.927 

1,969 

15.335 

1 .392 

39,231 

82.518 

67.030 

15,618 

77,727 

220.160 

187.186 

1 1 ,937 

21.337 

13.506 

18.256 



320.915 

209.657 

153.362 

19.983 

25.322 

1 11 .218 

18.109 

46.002 

17.137 



681,196 

572,671| 

31 ,805 

65.592 

6.047 

3.597 

184 



407,078 
75.380 

194.552 
22,183 
22,899 
91 .954 



224.302 

214.016 

10.285 



443,133 
46,093 
88,655 
30,172 
22,123 
33.863 
2,497 
57.306 
15.714 



1.765,752 



113,518 

293,122 

26.305 

5.058 

15.648 

21.196 

19,911 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9,558 

13.695 



355.353 
197.104 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
27. 188 
141.537 



68.383 
218 
33.196 
19.678 
11.333 



100,362 
15.183 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA)| 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA)' 

3/, 719 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7,519 

6,517 



88,590 
19.221 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
8,781 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



77,111 

33.251 

22,127 

16.281 

3.108 

2.002 

91 



93.636 

20.200 

21.291 

8.031 

7.2=4 

36.469 



53.826 

(NA) 
(NA) 



223.551 
28.799 
24.754 
TtiA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

13.^e8 

7.141 



Represents aero. 



432271 0-57-3 



1-6 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table lA. RETAIL TRADE: 1954- UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continucd 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors {un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



Other Retail Stores— Coo, 



Jewelry stores 

Book stores 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores. 

Bicycle stores 

Florists - 



Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores . 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

OiEce, store machine and equipment dealers. 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores ._ 



Nonstore Retailers 
Mail Order Houses 



Food. 



General merchandise group, total 

Department store merchandise. . 
Dry goods, general merchandise- 
Variety store merchandise ,. 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready.to.wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, apecialties- 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home fiiroishings, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies.- 

Jewelry 

' Books, stationery 

Sporting goods 

Tobacco products 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instnunents 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other . . 



Direct Selling (house-to-house) Orgatiizations 
Toal - 



Food, toui 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables 

Milk 

Bakery products . 
Other food, n.e.c. 



Dry goods, general merchandise. 



Apparel, accessories, touI 

Men's, boys' clothing and fiunishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready.to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties- 
Shoes. , . „ 

Other apparel __^ 



Furniture, home furoishiags, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appUances, radios, TV 



Other, total - 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery.. 
Other- . 



Merchandise Vending Machine Operators 



Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream 

All other beverages (except milk).. 

Tobacco products 

Other. 



2I6U2 

B.396 
1.617 
6|J79 
6.068 
7.178 

ail"? 

5.610 
2|896 
1.387 
3.011 
2l216 
8.077 

y.36tl 



2,019 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

Cna) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5,715 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



i5.5<ie 

1.728 
3l689 
"Ii506 

751 
10l2147 
3t270 
3|602 
6.063 
3l662 
2i270 

897 
21033 
ll12"4 
8)877 
7.956 



92 
33 

50 
9 

109 
20 
8 
29 
21 
12 
19 

110 
25 
10 

^0 

35 

876 
19 
32 
36 
53 
31 

mB 
31 
So 

75 

26 

21 

379 



10,580 

1, 115 
662 
2t8 
223 

1 ,255 
299 

1 ,128 

597 

238 
27 

1 15 

51 

21 

7 

17 

1 ,736 

265 
103 
112 
956 

3,891 

30 

305 

3,559 



2,597 
806 
111 
115 
816 
119 



1 .107.918 
151. 2C1 
121.116 
107.916 

12.816 
195.553 
233.121 
218.138 
282.966 
375.330 
278. ICl 

78.9C7 
132.116 
116.618 
170.188 
121.582 



1,513,875 
l,6Cy.939 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
INA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2,272,810 

(NA) 

(NA 

(NA) 

(NA 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



636,096 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1.287.700 
138.711 
385.391 
311 .751 
30.116 
121 .927 
181 .616 
187.728 
216.111 
339.871 
262,325 
71 .269 
1 18.761 
101.331 
170,188 
359.192 



13, 312 

1,261.860 

1 ,239,866 

2 3,060" 

1,931 

9i,ria 

7, 359 
1,859 
73, 179 
2,176 
3.192 
2,683 

18,610 
3,280 
2,689 
6, 382 
6,289 

2r8, 199 
3,307 

11 .197 
i(.57it 

21,211 
8,57^ 

69, 392 
6. 518 
5,75 

19,092 
5,691 
3.7m 

16,011 



1 ,568. 156 

7C8.083 
19 3.555 
27,216 
15.553 
230, ^51 
75.509 
85,799 

66.171 

30,820 
1,687 

10,703 
3,886 

10,685 
2,815 
1,011 

301 ,612 

25,875 

7. 085 

89.270 

179,112 

161 , 110 
10, 101 
86,988 

361,018 



573,011 

161,779 

9.117 

52,050 
299,865 

16,903 



213.9re 
18.961 
68,120 
10.033 
3,531 
75,917 
15,918 
17.9'2 
25.955 
52,097 
31 .818 
10.322 
31,005 
20,139 
72.519 
63,371 



1,752 

180. m8 

177.668 

2,611 

106 

7, 317 
705 
218 

5,16 3 
229 
3 
315 

1,900 
605 
211 
5 39 
512 

32,935 

327 

811 

1 ,r44 

1, 113 

1,095 

11,113 

621 

115 

2,892 

763 

577 

6,130 



519, 156 

131,ir9 
37,178 
7, 110 
10,533 
15,260 
20,226 
13,302 

19.953 

1,116 
176 

1,786 
552 

1 ,592 
205 
135 

70,211 

5,268 

1,690 

11,651 

18,635 

90, 101 

1,836 

20,761 

67,507 



51,377 

23,289 

1,261 

7,910 

16,663 

5,051 



1.082.122 
359.381 

1 .288.855 

771 .201 

69,500 

1 .157.313 
331 .135 
317.900 
531, 52t 

1 ,016.377 
613,139 
200,137 
579.721 
399.588 

1.427.319 

1 .258.55(^ 



12,619.583 

5.339.111 

■t2.260 

1,177, 311 

1,126, 119 

18, 918 

2,211 

139,917 
16,593 
1,596 
99,668 
1,125 
7.861 
6.771 

12, 176 
11,021 
1,008 
10,311 
13,833 

637,750 
6.919 
15,930 
18,80 5 
70,870 
21.166 

261,298 
9,800 
10,611 
66, 162 
15, 189 
11 , 118 

126,517 

5,111 ,778 

2,532,955 
752,175 
12,690 
191,751 
890,825 
585,281 
266,907 

116,505 

87,711 

5,306 

51,288 

11,007 

52,302 

1,276 

2,532 

1 ,336,871 

100, 198 

31.336 

291,059 

911,278 

1 ,737,756 

13, 175 

105,158 

1 ,289, 125 



1, 196,391 
598,720 
22,931 
158,256 
317,217 
101 ,231 



3.918.113 
332.889 

1.221,011 

720,831 

62.177 

1 .310.751 
300.791 
296.292 
166.930 
962.357 
5P5.672 
187.905 
555.355 
385.070 

1 .327,751 

1 .197.299 



12, 101,459 

1,988,120 

58,178 

1, 175,580 

1, 126,612 

17,761 

2, 174 

127,758 
15,815 
1,536 
89, 156 
1.083 
7.579 
6.569 

58,031 
12,950 
5,905 
10,097 
11,069 

607,595 
6,273 
15,579 
18,183 
66.951 
23,811 

256,915 
9, 121 
10,015 
56,696 
11,668 
10,771 

118,303 

5,937, 326 

2,175. 582 
727,515 
IP, 919 
193. 197 
861.710 
378.821 
251 . 159 

111 .628 

76.213 

3. 109 

25,582 

10,518 

50,655 

1,011 

2,335 

1 , 506,720 

97,067 

29,161 

281. 139 

899,050 

1,569, 353 

10,710 

395,618 

1 ,232,995 



, 175,713 
590, 111 

22,016 
155,915 
312,589 

97,019 



57.558 

B.301 

22.571 

13.eul 

1 .5j0 

31 .878 

8,092 

1 1,895 

11,159 

17,535 

10.1B7 

3,755 

7,855 

6,292 

26.677 

25.830 



909 

71.299 

70, 170 

1 .072 

57 

3.012 

393 

76 

2,216 

82 

119 

126 

759 
223 
73 
196 
267 

10.261 
115 
256 
311 

1 . 397 
396 

3,215 
170 
187 

1,509 
218 
166 

2,292 



95,528 

51,602 

10.556 

917 

2.266 

10. 413 

1,923 

5,197 

7,656 

1,114 

54 

541 

189 

506 

76 

15 

22,375 

1 ,595 

182 

1.379 

15,918 

29,181 

499 

6,215 

22,737 



18,082 
9,231 
321 
2,290 
1,166 
1,771 



60.130 

6.393 

19.799 

11 .553 

1 ,118 

25,825 

5,298 

B, 103 

10.116 

15,283 

9.251 

3,212 

7,113 

5,785 

22.265 

22.113 



694 

61,555 

60,495 

1,005 

55 

2,562 

350 

72 

1,851 

66 

iri 

119 

613 
181 
66 
1 
182 



8,979 

102 
236 
295 

1 ,2 
571 

3,0 
110 
166 

1,055 
189 
117 

1,953 



88,105 

32, 175 

9,877 

713 

2. 198 

10, 151 
1,699 
1,557 

7,121 

1, 176 

15 

595 

172 

159 

67 

58 

2 1 , 16 1 

1,181 

441 

4,078 

15,158 

25,872 

105 

5,830 

19,639 



17,009 
8,826 
279 
2,085 
1,261 
1 ,558 



23,350 
2.260 

5,153 
8,716 
1,728 

18,233 
6,153 
6,915 

13,379 
5,789 
2.571 
1.3T7 
2.116 
2.322 
7.616 

15,211 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



72,218 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 



IN„) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



5,637 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Standard Notes- (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avaUablc, n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. .\ XX Not applicable. (Z) L«as than $600. 
'Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of busiuees. 



. . . Repi«0ents nro. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

Tabic IB. RETAIL TRADE: 1948-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

Esublishmcnts and Sales 



1-7 



Kind of Business 



Establishments 

I Number 1 



Sales 
Entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Kind of Business 



Establishments 
(Number) 



Sales 
Entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 

Total 

Grocery stores 

^4eat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 

Eating, Drinking Places 

Total 

Eating places (except lunch counters, 
refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Lunch counters, refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores 

Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, Juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's,, boys' clothing and furnishings stores^ 

Men's, boys' clothing stores^.., 

Men's boys' furnishings stores^ 

Family clothing stores^ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, 
Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores. 

Furniture stores. 

Floor covering stores 

Hone furnishings stores, n.e.c 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



1,668, 'i''9 



460, 9U 
350,754 
23,920 
4,517 
13,4«2 
27,165 
19,500 
7,917 
13,658 



325,769 



124,889 
123,924 
965 
0) 
54,296 
146,604 



70,807 

2,558 

28,744 

20,588 

18,917 



U0,944 

19,201 

2,208 

2,946 

581 

13,466 

17,857 

11,546 

6,311 

9,931 

41,999 

29,788 

5,234 

6,977 

6,304 

7,831 



128,849,252 



29,207,864 
24,729,717 
1,641,087 
132,331 
394,602 
586,592 
722,761 
308,336 
692,438 



10,645,417 

5,295,637 
'5,229,556 

66,081 

1,145,158 
4,204,622 



15,796, Ml 
9,431,842 
2,702, 7CH 
1,157,095 
2,504,500 



9,716,795 

1,460,608 

198,673 

370,466 

21,911 

869,558 

2,037,545 

1,536,360 

501,185 

1,738,697 

3,688,347 

3,277,376 

107,725 

303,246 

230,860 

402,033 



80,423 


6,592,378 


45,092 


4,182,362 


26,465 


3,413,792 


4,464 


358,287 


12,163 


410,283 


35,331 


2,410,016 


28,541 


2,033,072 


6,790 


376, '*.4 



Automotive Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) , 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchlsed) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers , 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat deni«rs 

Household trailer dealers , 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 

Gasoline Service Stations 

Total 

Lumber, Building Materials, Hardware, 
Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Hardware stores 

Drxig Stores, Proprietary Stores 

Total 

Drug stores^ 

Proprietary stores^. 

Other Retail Stores 

Total 

Liquor s tores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book stores 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores , stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage , leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers... 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 

Nonstoi-e Retailers 

Total 



85,285 
«,960 
16,63^ 
20,224 
2,350 

2,117 



20, 100,456 

15,951,906 

2,U0,832 

1,358,U6 

U9,912 

99,660 



6,470,153 



97,342 


11,142,980 


17,509 


2,385,963 


25,978 


5,126,188 


9,403 


457,690 


34,009 


2,491,602 


55,282 


4,011,509 


41,154 


3,536,460 


6,474 


295,717 


197,130 


12,854,599 


32,949 


2,578.768 


21,473 


2,425,538 


U,382 


1,609,684 


4,460 


732,022 


2,631 


83,632 


17,970 


2,796,937 


3,179 


336,633 


20,550 


1,209,645 


2,404 


155,624 


3,607 


276j^897 


6,422 


306,213 


1,589 


35,007 


13,565 


375,240 


12,791 


365,343 


o,231 


20^,191 


10,266 


185,381 


5,700 


333,749 


2,932 


200,716 


1,135 


68,704 


1,623 


73,427 


2,306 


109,317 


16,651 


501,038 


13,387 


298,231 


4,917 


2,310,960 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avaikbla n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not aoplicable. (Z) Less than $»». ... Represents zero. 

S°rH^o^r ^^^' ^V^tl ^r°^ those Which apneared in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 

i^C ana iy>+ censuses In the Tnt-r-fVlnct.-f nn. *Tn_i-ilot.+ fi-u-irl /.nT^■t-^-o»^ + nT.^^ wa^a 4^.-1..^ j J_ iin A. j._ f-^.-j. .. .-^.^ ^ - ^ 



1945 and 1954 Censuses tn the Introduction. 'In-plant food contractors were included in "Restaurants, cafeterias" in 1948 
establishments. Establishments "without payroll," if any, are Included in the group totals, 



^Includes only "with payroll" 



1-8 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IC. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 AND 1948-UNlTED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

Establishments and Sales 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

(SI .000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(»1,000) 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
Oi.ooo) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Retail trade, (oral. 



Food stores, total _ 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 



Eaiiog, drinkiDg places, total- 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



Geoeral merchandise group- 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, bome furnisbiogs, applia 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm c<]uip. dealers, total _ 
Farm equipment dealers - 

Lumber, bldg. mails., supplies, equipment, hardware dealers 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, totaj 

Drug stores - 

Proprietary stores 



Otber retail stores, total.. 

Liquor stores_ ,. 

Fuel, ice dealers. 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores. 

Jewehy stores 

Other retail stores 



Noostore retailers. 



1,721,650 

384,616 
279,440 
101,940 

319,657 
195,128 
123,887 



119,743 
23,347 
93,420 



85,953 

181,747 

100,519 
18,689 
81,536 

56,009 
(MA) 
(NA) 

226,903 
31,240 
27,070 
23,792 
24,266 
98,363 

78,508 



1,124,040 

200,468 

142,968 

57,500 

244,409 

149,996 

94,413 

50,554 

97,829 
19,723 
78, 106 

65,773 

68,573 

120,855 

78,507 
16,399 
62,108 

49,489 

44,551 

4,938 

133,105 
21,926 
16,986 
17,670 
15,548 
60,975 

14,478 



169,967,745 

39,762,213 

34,420,764 

3,331,120 

13,101,051 
8,731,409 
4,360,384 

17,872,386 

11,078,206 
1,895,252 
9,139,472 

8,619,002 



10,743,812 

13,123_,528 
2,804,532^ 
10,312,406 

5,251,791 
(HA) 
(HA) 

15,986,884 
3,180,769 
2,342,044 
4^1^540 
1,407,948 
4,162,365 

4,513,875 



157,932,673 

35,233,411 
30,889,982 
4,343,429 

12,020,993 
8,142,935 
3,878,058 



10,701,220 
1,817,564 
8,883,656 



29,351,877 

9,292,000 

12,642,454 
2,744,110 
9,898,344 

5,103,861 

4,857,325 

246,536 

14,370,9X 
2,853,699 
2,668,320 
3,931,246 
1,287,700' 

'3,629,969 

3,737,289 



1,668,479 

460,913 
350,754 
110,159 

325,789 
179, 185 
146,604 

70,807 

110,944 
19,201 
91,743 

80,423 

85,285 

179,647 

97,342 
17,509 
79,833 

55,282 

46,746 

8,536 

197,130 
32,949 
21,473 
21, 149 
20, 550 

101,009 

4,917 



1,118,692 

232,532 
168,131 
64,401 

245,479 
141, 163 
104,316 

48,758 

85,163 
15,248 
69,915 

60,275 

72,655 

112,372 

79,899 
15,944 
63,955 

47,628 

41,154 

6,474 

129,664 
21,282 
17^855 
16^602' 
14,583 
59,342 

4,267 



128,849,252 

29,207,864 
24,729,717 
4,478,147 

10,645,417 
6,440,795 
4,204,622 



9,716,795 

1,46U,60S 

8,256,187 



20,100,456 

6,470,153 

11,142,980 
2,385,963 

8,757,017 

4,0U,509 

3,678,135 

333,374 

12,854,599 
2,578,768 
2,425,538 
3,133j570 
1,209,645 
3,507,078 

2,310,960 



118,352,208 

24,375,528 

20,699,302 

3,676,226 

9,609,051 
5,982,924 
3,626,127 

15,417,732 

9,305,995 
1,390,522 
7,915,473 

6,212,080 

19,565,568 

5.310,410 

10,767,938 
2,332,05T 
8,435,885 

3,832,177 

3,536,460 

295,717 

11,657,870 
2,201,529 
2,350,562 
2,977,783 
1,128,227 
2,999,769 

2,297,859 



(Na) Not available. 

^Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see 
Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Censuses In the Introduction. 

^Group totals may not include data for establishments without payroll which could not be claaeifled by detailed lilnd of business. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-9 



Table ID: RETAIL TRADE: 1954-REGlONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Region and kind oi business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
($1,000> 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dolkre) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tor (un- 
intxirpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Ksh (seafood) markets 

Friiit stores, vegetable markets 

(Tandy, nut, confectionery stores 

Baker>' products stores 

Bakc-ries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eatiog. Dritikiog Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers. 

In-plant food contractora 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General MercJiantlise Group 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and fxunishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' fumishmgs stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stxires 

Millinery stores 

(nothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Chiltlren's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 



Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Fimiiture stores.. 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, &nti<]ue stores. 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Hoiosehold appliance stores.. 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



Automotive Group 



Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) . 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. — 



Gasoline Service Stations 
Totml 

Lumber, Bldg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Equiptneot Dealers 

Total - 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Drag Stores, Proprietaiy Scores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores. 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers- 

Fuel ofl dealers 

Ice dealers.. -- 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores 



18i263 

67t213 

1 li3'53 

2.051 

6.525 

n.H6 

7.800 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5jJt68 



90.212 

U6.3'56 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.7U6 

35.880 



17,250 

585 

8.97U 

2.692 

I*, 815 



t2.327 

B.059 
NA) 

(na; 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17.107 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.661 

3.281 



25.952 
15.455 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
10.293 
iNA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



17.939 

9.170 

3.982 

3.619 

795 

300 

27 



20.058 
1.872 
5.7U6 
2.613 
1.907 
7.790 



15.688 
(NA) 
(NA) 



69.891 

%.'477 

1 1.617 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.919 



61 .725 

35.709 
7l313 
1.111 
2.U81 
3.552 
6.906 
11.953 
953 
2.969 
2.8811 



72.288 
35.001* 

33.631 

573 

798 

5i90it 

31.380 



9.986 
585 
1.146 
11320 
3|933 



32.439 
6.369 

898 
1.063 
284 
4.124 
6.58J 
4.044 
2.539 
2.020 
13.451 
8.562 
1 .742 
3.147 
1.983 
2|033 



17.832 
10.935 
6.040 
1.751 
3.144 
6.897 
2.651 
2.886 
1.360 



.»|631 

8.938 

2.400 

2.663 

117 

186 

27 



14.506 
1.486 
4.528 
1.353 
1.227 
5.412 

13.764 

12.582 

1.182 



>»5.965,287 



1 1 .621.905 

9.091 .299 

920.682 

86.1110 

238.230 

302.748 

381.166 

(NA) 

(NA) 

268,881 

286.057 



4. 141 .981 

2.585.555 

(NA) 

(NA) 

'NA) 

225.701 

If 327. 975 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



39.705 
6.943 
6.5h3 
2.0C6 

572 
3.833 

152 
2|5C7 

527 
(NA) Not available 



4,399,962 

2.756.506 

568.109 

156.838 

915,213 



3.997.9o6 
627. 133 
\i>lA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NAl 

1 .614.145 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

159.224 

159.205 



2.461 .080 
1 .510.485 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
947.515 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



6.905.152 

5.984.576 

482.792 

333. 900 

54.500 

44.846 

3.080 



2.585.987 
239.758 

1 .408.439 
164.867 
152.429 
619.016 



1 .251 .587 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5.019.126 

981 . 150 

1 .406.909 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

731.957 

71 .827 



42.443.263 



10.196.983 

8.201 .775 

793.694 

71 .054 

165.524 

(D) 

(D) 

282.897 

(D) 

223.489 

230.921 



3.873.619 

2.419.513 

ID) 

(D) 

(D) 

203.743 

1.250.353 






4.267.458 

2.756.506 

490.261 

1 19.814 

900.887 



3.733.108 

594.929 

(D) 

132.217 

3/0.837 

826.750 

622.109 

204.641 

457.229 

1 .552.951 

1 .241 ,241:1 

50.587 

251 ,016 

145,354 

144.895 



2.323.074 

1.436.903 

1 .055.296 

181 .241 

190.366 

886,171 

326.041 

464.279 

95.851 



6.808,100 

5.971 ,220 

431 ,830 

315,022 

47,374 

39,574 

3,080 



2.478.597 
231 .082 

1 .385.351 
150.407 
139.659 
572.098 



1.206.589 

1.135.253 

70,326 



4.487.528 

885.966 

1.308.985 

342,523 

(D) 

857.593 

(D) 

718.557 

(D) 



5,094,42^ 



781 .520 

561.894 

63.749 

6.494 

13.775 

(D) 

(D) 

70.050 

(D) 

17.077 

21 .910 



818,958 

578,982 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

28,055 

211,911 



701 , 132 

478,714 

64.541 

9.167 

148.610 



530. >44 

80.943 

(D) 

20.09? 

("■; 

49.701 

1 18.527 

91.928 

25.599 

58.088 

228.411 

182.590 

10.223 

35.598 

15.524 

29,251 



331,194 

223,190 

163.417 

29.254 

30 . 5 1 9 

108.004 

44.930 

49,768 

13.305 



98. 203.806 



14,978.352 

10,534,233 

1,229,417 

120.291 

254.1 10 

(D) 

(D) 

1.455.362 

(D) 

327.414 

438.853 



16.305.844 
1 1 .478.555 

(d; 

(0) 

(D) 

533.128 

4.294,061 



13.887.685 

9,540.314 

1 .250.130 

175.599 

2.920.642 



10. 182.396 

1 .474.643 

(0) 

361 .555 

(D) 

907.412 

2.202.553 

1 ,725,002 

477.551 

1 .089.351 

4.481 .228 

3,589,594 

210,479 

681 ,055 

314,903 

519.718 



6.313.231 

4.238,970 

3,046,017 

578,830 

614.123 

2.074.261 

860.41 1 

955.978 

257.872 



90.'(}9.09q|l ,946, 392 



642.525 

563.320 

25.71 1 

45 . 9 1 7 

5.312 

1 .939 

356 



319.494 
24.142 

172.094 
20.671 

.24.282 
78,3r5 



152.428 

146.1 17 

5.31 1 



468.781 

59.591 

135.265 

34.917 

(D) 

86,141 

ID) 

41,175 

(D) 



I 1 ,595,861 
10,090.019 
473.471 
892.816 
95.893 
35.215 
7.447 



13.354.864 

9.373.590 

1 .146,533 

108,612 

227.954 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .353.843 

(D) 

295.686 

402.708 



14.904.694 

10.543.732 

(D, 

(D) 

(D) 

448.642 

3.912.320 



12, 105,637 

8,411,331 

1 .143.347 

158.187 

2.392.772 



9.193.315 
1 .290.568 

(D) 

325.907 

(D) 

777.129 

2.068.173 

1 .617.246 

450.927 

897.675 

4.073.650 

3.262.949 

169.424 

601 .277 

269.977 

593.172 



6.087.450 

4.095.065 

2.947.927 

555.153 

582.986 

1 .991 .394 

834.528 

913.318 

243.448 



I 1 .403.854 

9.958.159 

460.210 

852.898 

92.331 

33.202 

7.044 



3.207.392 2.872.421 



6.070.914 
450.815 

3.257.757 
401 .72e 
493,23-T 

1 .467,385 



2.920.550 
2.804.00' 

116.549 



8.978 


826 


1.115 


150 


2.680 


740 


675 


989 




(D) 


1 ,741 


632 




(D) 


765 


559 

(D) 



5.844.556 
433.457 

3.161 .553 
390.159 
476.551 

1 .382.808 



.527.480 

.427.743 

99.737 



8.512.259 

1 .039.646 

2.594.556 

644.836 

(D) 

1 .690.650 

(D) 

735.506 

TdI 



303.355 

212.875 

20.823 

2.504 

5.981 

(D) 

. (D) 

29.801 

(D) 

7.285 

9.4C7 



414.261 

296.315 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

16.558 

101.388 



329.893 
199.768 

27,359 
4,447 

98.319 



205.012 

26.961 

(D) 

5.904 

(D) 

17.975 

35.568 

27.407 

8,161 

24,725 

100.281 

79.732 

3.247 

15.302 

8.1 10 

9.367 



96.755 
63.779 
45.562 

7.782 
10.435 
32,976 
13.675 
14.959 

4.342 



158. lB2 

134.907 

7.044 

14.142 

1.417 

541 

101 



90.932 
7.462 

43.913 
6.271 
6.860 

26.425 

ti.38« 

63.712 

3.674 



1,566,303 



224.026 

151 ,990 

17.086 

2.020 

4)405 

(D) 

(D) 

24.706 

(D) 

5.642 

7,467 



335,379 

243,451 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 1 .255 

80.672 



239,443 
153, 180 

21 ,163 
3,424 

51 ,676 



159,955 

19.182 

(D) 

4.404 

(D) 

12.349 

29.337 

22.636 

6.701 
17.759 
79.610 
64.181 

3.993 
1 1 .436 

5.545 

8.433 



88.033 

58.273 

41 .572 

7,373 

9.228 

29.760 

12.682 

13.291 

3.787 



151 ,720 

130,955 

6.503 

12.438 

1 .268 

450 

96 



82.939 
6,929 

41.216 
5.616 
6.434 

22.544 



46106V 

44.170 

2.499 



154.055 

18.349 

38.697 

10.902 

(D) 

23.978 

(D) 

12.755 

"" (D) 



471 .596 



,24,085 

68.366 

12.914 

2.333 

7.596 

(D) 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NAl 

5.100 

5,339 



95.020 

50,189 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

8.044 

35.579 



8.907 
2.961 
3, 112 



34.51 1 
4.925 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

14.437 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.745 

3.040 



23.384 
13.839 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
9.317 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



13.506 

5.547 

3.972 

2.835 

773 

303 

15 



17.693 
1.923 
4.240 
2.291 
1 .797 
7.334 



14.136 
(NA) 
(NA) 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of busiuess. 



.XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) 



I 33 .357 

15.069 

35.907 

9.904 

(D) 

22.356 

(D) 

_JJ.B69 

(D),„ 

. . Represents sero. 



65.643 

7.525 

10.670 

^NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.990 

(D) 



1-10 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table ID: RETAIL TRADE: I954-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 





Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

<»1.000) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 


Region and kind of business 


Total' 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(J1,000) 


Total 
(Dollars) 


Full 
workweek 

(DoUaiB) 


Total 
(Number) 


PuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


THE NORTHEASTERN STATES- -Con. 


6.308 

895 

2.802 

2.306 

136 

1.877 

2.783 

3.503 

1.253 

1,539 

966 

199 

1.081 

538 

2,697 

3.253 

26.179 

912 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

23.625 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1.612 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


3.912 

563 

1l621 

1.138 

163 

2.909 

1l339 

1.965 

2.115 

935 

706 

323 

651 

321 

2|897 

1.591 

5,797 

586 

33 

11 

10 

32 

2 

62 

11 
5 

11 

12 
6 

11 

16 

11 
5 
11 
13 

101 

9 

13 

9 

13 

16 

79 

11 

7 

55 

9 

9 

168 

1,377 

1 ,932 
276 
88 
110 
618 
162 
658 

212 

95 

15 

19 

19 

7 

1 

6 

561 

96 

35 

111 

319 

1,517 
12 
95 

1 ,112 

831 
219 
37 
126 
300 
122 


370.180 

18.717 

172.661 

101.872 

12,065 

119.168 

116.565 

132.721 

99.792 

89.025 

(D) 

33.178 

37,605 

(0) 

(D) 

92.263 

1 ,508,185 

565,917 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

890,721 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

K\ 
(NA) 

231,817 

(NA) 

(NA) 

NA) 

na) 
na) 


337.331 

11.159 

113.122 

85.616 

8.391 

125.111 

87.065 

1C5.268 

75.510 

(D) 

(D) 

io) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

75.125 

1 ,238,681 

581.627 

6.258 

260,261 

(D) 

13,997 

(D) 

22,615 

1.952 

1 ,627 

10,330 

1 ,626 

(D) 

(D) 

9,751 
1,311 

(D) 
3,581 

(D) 

82,711 
661 
2,626 
1 ,569 
7,256 
3,965 

25,221 
3,981 
912 
6,209 
2.715 
1,881 

25,711 

611.365 

306,555 

17, 115 

12,110 

9,678 

152,295 
16,281 
37,016 

19. 105 

13,623 

?09 

3.017 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

1 11, 186 

1 1,176 

2,526 

13,111 

56,713 

190,691 

3,923 

20.662 

166.109 

212.691 

13,787 

1,789 

19,706 

121,927 
19,182 


55.351 

6.266 

21.805 

9.791 

832 

23.575 

5.778 

10.010 

9.181 

12.188 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1«f159 

189, 103 

18,980 
725 

35,521 

(D) 

1,225 

(D) 

1,991 
511 
218 
670 
136 
(D) 
(D) 

852 
201 
(D) 
167 
(D) 

11 ,667 

65 

267 

160 

1 ,511 
161 

5,957 
580 
116 
951 
173 
230 

5.605 

121. 179 

57.605 
8.677 
5.109 
1,559 
25,305 
15,615 
5,210 

3,672 

2, 103 
79 
663 
(d) 
(d) 
(D) 
(D) 

21, 811 

2,617 

521 

5.185 

16.221 

32,957 

780 

5,110 

26,737 

18,911 
6,910 
712 
3.030 
6.209 
2.053 


1 .038.368 

123.195 

103.378 

186.159 

15.371 

119.520 

130.831 

189.822 

187.335 

228.337 

(0) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

265.165 

3.762,757 

1,055,2;? 

15,117 

727,506 

(D) 

21,769 

(d) 

11,992 

12,275 

1, 116 

13,666 

2,711 

(D) 

(D) 

20,391 

1,192 

(D) 

1,103 

(o) 

229,911 
1 ,655 
5,116 
2,329 

26,369 
8,509 

75.085 
1.517 
2,786 

21,266 
5,775 
1,571 

72,801 

2,505,550 

1,053,033 
160, 117 
11 ,959 
32,157 
187.915 
258.055 
102,271 

71,062 

15,507 
1.125 

13,919 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

180,670 

50, 309 

9,027 

106,670 

312,561 

655,158 

22,162 

109,018 

523,978 

122,001 

195,978 

12,560 

61 ,571 

112,765 

11 , 1 30 


996.316 

1 13.681 

379.955 

173.125 

11.102 

113.953 

1 18.293 

163.516 

152.232 

218.12U 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

272.736 

3,632,118 

981 ,193 

11,622 

693,557 

(0) 

21, 1 17 

(D) 

10,120 

11 ,550 

1,086 

12,931 

2,657 

(D) 

(D) 

18,195 
5.675 

(d) 
1.067 

(D) 

215,021 
1 ,655 
5,275 
2.509 

25,256 
6, 112 

71 , )18 
1,565 
2,650 

16,061 
3,522 
1,317 

68,355 

2,236,212 

1 ,056. 155 

157.202 

10.968 

51.116 

183,530 

256,379 

96,638 

69,557 

56,019 

1 ,251 

5.671 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(n) 

170. 378 

19.216 

B.689 

105.181 

508,990 

621,525 

21,115 

106, 163 

197,015 

111,715 

191 ,52? 

12,082 

59,502 

11 1,530 

10,077 


17.665 

2.585 

7.7u7 

3.179 

320 

9.250 

3.171 

6.273 

1.839 

3.915 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3.285 

59,077 

16,607 

261 

12,865 
(D) 
511 
(D) 

661 
501 

66 
511 

55 
(D) 
(D) 

577 

91 

(d) 

(D' 
1.217 

10'j 
39 

179 

171 

1 , 168 

79 

56 

706 

81 

70 

1.239 

31,052 

11,057 
2,363 
521 
151 
5,685 
3,117 
2,077 

1,212 

636 

30 

209 

(d) 

(D) 
(0) 
(D) 

7, 197 

771 

151 

1.636 

1.936 

10.618 

219 

1 .660 

6,769 

6,1J8 

3,011 

162 

911 

1,658 

695 


15.693 

2.118 

5.505 

2.901 

210 

7.581 

2.119 

1.227 

3. 150 

3.131 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

IS! 

1.655 

55,655 

16,123 

231 

11 ,577 
(D) 
507 
(D) 

777 
261 

62 
273 

19 
(D) 
(D) 

303 
57 

(d) 

75 
(D) 

5.555 

21 

97 

37 

150 

167 

1.096 

"69 

50 

360 

67 

57 

1 ,061 

31 ,116 

15.159 
2.218 
178 
112 
5.511 
5.052 
1.755 

1. 125 

500 

25 

101 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

7. 167 

719 

112 

1.175 

1.631 

9.217 

172 

1.559 

7.186 

6.061 

2.672 

112 

809 

1 ,601 

610 


5.673 




716 














Florists _ - . 


S. 185 




2.921 












1 .508 




(d) 




(D) 




(d) 




(D) 




(D) 




3.322 


NoDsiore Retailers 
Totals 


26.1V0 


MaU Order Hoiues 
Total 


761 


Food 


(NA) 




(NA) 


Department store merchandise- 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Apparel, accessories, total .. 


(NA) 


Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Shoes 


(na) 




(NA) 


Furniture, home fumishiags, appliances, total 


(NA) 




(NA) 


Floor coverings, draperies _. 


(NA) 


Other home furnishings 


(NA) 


Household appliances, radios, 'TV 


(NA) 




(NA) 


Automotive store merchandise... 


'na) 


Lumber, building materials, hardware _ 


(NA) 


Proprietary medicines 


(NA) 




(na) 




(NA) 


Books, stationery .,_ 


(NA) 


Sporting gotxls 


(na) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Musical instruments . _ 


(NA) 


Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Direct Selling (house-to-house) Orgaoizatioas 
Total 


25,998 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Milk 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Other food, n.e.c 


(na) 


Dry goods, general mercbaotlise 


(NA) 




(NA) 


Men's, boys' clothing and fumishingB 


(NA) 


Family clothing. . . T. 


(NA) 
(NA) 




(na) 


Shoes _ 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Furniture , . _ 


(NA) 


Floor coverings, draperies 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 




NA) 


Other 


(NA) 


Merchandise Vending Machine Operators 
Total 


1 131 




(NA) 


Milk, ice cream .. 


(NA) 


All other beverages (except milk). _..,._,. ...,. — , . 


(NA) 


Tobacco products . . . 


(NA) 


Other 


(NA) 



(NA) Not available. n.e,r. Not «I»ewhere clasHificd. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Lcm than $600. 



' Group totals may include data for establishmenta without payroll which could not be clarified by detailed kind of busiueas, 



Represents sero. 



INITED STATES SIIVIMARY 

Table ID: RETAIL TRADE 1954-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Ontinued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



1-11 



Region and kind of business 



Establishmente 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroU 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(11,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



FiiU 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocerj' stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

(Tandy, nut. confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatesen stores - -- 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eatiag, Dtiokiog Places 



Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) . 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refrrahment stands 

Drinking places 



Geoeial Merchandise Groap 

Total 

Department stores 

Drj' goods, general merchandise stores 

(jeneral stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Qothing. specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home Fumishiags, Appliance Dealers 

Total _ . . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c., antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



AuiomotiTe Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, batterj', accessorj' dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Sfatroos 

Total 

Lumber, BIdg. Mads., Hardware, Farm E(]iiipment Dealers 

Total __. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Drag Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Total 

Drugstores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers.. 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers - 

Ice dealers 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores 



101.769 

7l*iyC4 

5.23U 

576 

2.U75 

6.391 

5.972 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.317 

^.528 



107.317 

'ie.eu7 

(Nf) 

(NA 

(NA) 

7.7914 

50.582 



19.211 
966 

7. sen 
^.3oo 

6.22S 



32.518 
7. 396 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1.631 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA^ 

I . 006 

1.831 



27.386 
13,193 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1 1.081 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA 



27.636 

11.791 

5.568 

5.1(58 

998 

725 

31 



12.529 
10.261 
1 1.503 
31259 
3.037 
114.361 



6.952 

(NA) 
(NA) 



63.i58 

^.175 

7.120 

INa; 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.777 

.'.523 



62.133 

16.096 

3.672 

290 

889 

2.527 

5. 126 

1.219 

877 

1.153 

2.680 



82.031 

10.123 

39.021 

311 

788 

6|158 

35.750 



11.162 
966 
5.306 
2.501 
5.386 



27.232 

6.1 10 

671 

858 

116 

1.132 

5.671 

1.019 

ll622 

2.680 

10.068 

7.234 
1.511 
1 |288 
ll362 
1.311 



19.162 

10.063 

6.916 

1.267 

1.9ro 

9.379 
1.210 
3.227 

1 .912 



22.656 

111226 

3.192 

1.1 °8 

516 

175 

31 



3B.e05 



33.937 
9.086 

10.077 
2.365 
2.151 

10.258 



15.211 

13.676 

1.538 



38.750 
5.7C7 
5.132 
2.959 
1.189 
775 
213 
5.297 
1 .119 



53.137.533 



1 1 .718.327 

10.283.203 

192.676 

23.081 

99. 160 

158.965 

271.986 

(NA 

(NA) 

119.003 

258.110 



1.118.518 
2.217.P32 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

175.638 

1 .752.961 



5.680.171 

3,611, 186 

858,215 

276.971 

698.131 



3.C11.555 
558.185 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
fNAl 

1 Il32.183| 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA^ 

79.38 

100.261 



2.527.190 
1 .52H.><79 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
996*831 
(NA) 
(NA 
(NA) 



9.756.905 

e. 120. 691 

636.030 

516. CU9 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3.507.518 



5. 160.961 
1 .131.763 
2.301.1(71 
208. B02 
199.031 
1 .011.516 



1 . 699 .116 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1.632.702 

781.621 

719. 175 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NAI 

(NA) 

1 .332.811 

196.657 



50.163.689 



10.658.599 

9.118.669 

113.826 

18.6711 

ID) 

1 11.139 

262.016 

2(^8.617 

53.199 

(D) 

216.511 



3.757.738 

2.103.738 

ID) 

(D) 

(D) 

157.791 

1.196.206 



5.566.101 

3,611, 186 
810.529 
225.617 
865.012 



2.923.103 

535.173 

19.332 

(D) 

(D) 

359.193 

665.059 

530.908 

131.151 

1111.086 

1.109.819 

969.613 

(0) 

(D) 

71,150 

91.516 



2.383.236 
1.169.837 
1.212.891 
118.229 
1r8.711 
913.399 
360.687 
119,165 
133.217 



9.595.763 

8.390.801 

551.161 

189.171 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



1.971 ,553 

1 .103,055 

2.271.181 

192.920 

181.800 

916.591 



1.659.75t 

1.533.562 

76.096 



1.217,510 
706.112 
680.997 
366.711 
119.205 
182.757 
12.291 

1.287.090 
176.193 



5.725.555110,906.601 



101, 119,85; : 



2,232,665 1,717.879 



762.019 

512.993 

39.315 

1 .762 

ID/ 

15.31 1 

59.839 

51 .935 

7.901 

(D) 

21.388 



11.616.507 

1 1 .667.763 

719.111 

35.107 

(D) 

296.912 

1.267.691 

1.1 10.969 

156.725 

(D) 

115.153 



12.551 .562 

9.921.051 

673.58 

31 .871 

'Dl 

210.951 

1 .135.777 

997.561 

139.1 13 

ID) 

363.989 



750.521 15.216.699 13.729.653 



510.112 10.111.551 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

23.338 

217.071 



870,151 

611.17 

95.213 

11.185 

116.253 



115.535 

70.597 

5.152 

ID) 

(D) 

17.353 

92.21 

76.277 

15,931 

65.177 

150.160 

110.655 

ID) 

(D) 

7.160 

16.631 



313.221 

223.582 

177.711 

25.077 

19.891 

119.512 

50.159 

50.723 

18.660 



698.21 
780.651 

31.51 1 

70.171 

ID 

(0) 

(D) 



576.203 
1 15.881 
277.371 
31 .197 
37.767 
1 12.581 



206.058 

199.088 

5.980 



125.533 
39.7 1C 
82.869 
15.300 
17.087 
17.932 
2.55C 
69.181 
15.337 



(D) 
(D) 
'D) 
155.931 
.375.217 



17.011.317 
12.072.811 

1 .830.999 
255.827 

2.811.707 



7.909.970 
1 .279.110 

102.507 
(D) 
(D) 

359.131 
1 .595.259 
1 .109.1 61 

285.098 
I .256.585 
3.112.323 

2.755.688 

(D) 

(D) 

151 .203 

383.159 



5.503.828 

1.201 .315 

3.300.073 

513.701 

387.538 

2.302.513 

951.608 

970.936 

355.969 



16.553.121 

11.372.087 

633.126 

1 .321 .522 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



10.997.231 
2.181 .11 1 
5.312.30C 
608.253 
777.135 
2. 118.13 



3.919.917 

3.318.515 

131 .102 



8.295.982 
756.80 

1.666.859 

918.101 

315.751 

.351 .370 

11 .331 

1.359.737 
289.716 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classihed. XXX Not appUcable. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



9.157.551 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

361.7-76 

3.907.321 



11.618.221 
10.192.137 

1 .625.521 
236.585 

2.293.561 



7, 107,012 

I .126.556 

95.770 

(D) 

(D) 

719.379 

1.551 .316 

1,292.967 

258,319 

1 .1 13.863 

2.828.218 

2.181.521 

(D) 

(D) 

127.722 

359.307 



6.199.111 

1.033.276 

3.173.117 

197.707 

362.121 

2.166.156 

911.281 

910.811 

311.011 



15.299.111 

11.21 1 .522 

610.008 

1 .251 .081 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



10.177.701 

2.109.115 

5.079.916 

575.567 

713.766 

1 .968.016 



3.399.670 

3.289.985 

109.585 



7.768.617 
686.051 

1 .587.617 

851.771 

337.538 

315.753 

39.565 

1 .2S8.200 
273.271 



321.810 

255.976 

12.813 

721 

(D 

9.203 

30.693 

25.059 

1.621 

(D) 

9.871 



116.817 

'91 .781 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

17.3,;2 

107.711 



399.387 
217.930 

15.155 
7.511 

98.361 



158.102 

25.9C1 

1.672 

(D) 

(D) 

17.885 

29.9B5 

21.562 

5.103 

27.516 

71.552 

51.793 

(D) 

(D) 

1.215 

6.093 



99.501 

61 .085 

18.112 

6.318 

5.525 

38.115 

16.733 

15.525 

5.158 



223.509 

190.192 

9.121 

20.955 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



159.519 
36.622 
73.979 
8.981 
10.280 
39.581 



96.519 

92.128 

1.221 



119,075 

15.158 

26.015 

13.052 

3.3-^0 

1.937 

757 

23.633 

5.055 



219.715 

169.791 

9.525 

555 

(D) 

5.255 

22.811 

19.696 

3.1 13 

(D) 

5.903 



329.039 
236.531 

ID) 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 . 565 

81 .910 



i80.1 15 
182.121 

32.115 
5.709 

50.137 



126. 123 

17.309 

1 .311 

ID) 

(D) 

1 1 ,625 

22.997 

19.001 

3.995 

20.138 

57.551 

50.159 

(D) 

(D) 

2.875 

5,213 



86.159 

55.251 

13.671 

5.616 

5.735 

32.915 

11.500 

13.297 

5.118 



210.877 

161.527 

8.319 

16.015 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



151 ,932 

31,218 

67.351 

7.985 

9.331 

33.033 



67.037 

61.222 

2.815 



125,977 

1 1.911 

23.210 

13.112 

5.036 

1,123 

557 

21.768 

1.379 



512,301 



110,798 

81.832 

5.958 

659 

(D) 

5.135 

6.212 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D, 

1.132 



127. 032 

59.205 

INA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.852 

59.721 



15.507 
59 
7.111 
1.993 
1.389 



27.233 
5.079 

(NA I 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9. 319 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.B07 

1 .721 



26.988 
13.239 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
13.627 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



25.138 

12.681 

6.273 

1.700 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



61. 167 



10.720 
1 1.898 
7.030 
2.815 
3.129 
15.725 



15.219 

(na; 

(NA) 



62,512 

7,877 

5.831 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NAl 

5.317 

2.161 



(Z) Leas than $500. 



Reoreaenta wro. 



1-12 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table ID: RETAIL TRADE: 1954-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 



Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Region and kind of business 



THE NORTH CENTRAL, STATES--Con. 



Other Retail Stores— Coo. 



Jewelry stores 

Book stores .-_ 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists -- 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera , photographic supply stores _ _ 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers. 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e'.c 

Second-hand stores 



Noastore Retailers 
Mail Order Houses 



General merchaadise group, total — 
Department store mercnandise — 
Dry goods, general merchandise. 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total _ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear. 

Other women's apparel, accessories, spedalties. 



Other apparel.. 



Furniture, borne fumishjags, appliances, total. 

Fumiture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods „ 

Tobacco products .-. 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other 



Direct Selling (honse-to-house) Orgaoiiations 
Total .._ 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream. 

Fruits, vegetables 

Milk 

Bakery products. 
Other food, n.e.c. 



Dry goods, general mercbaodise. 



Apparel, accessories, (otaj_ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes __ 

Other apparel _ 



Furniture, home furaisbiDgs, appliances, total.. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV. 



Other, total 

Jewelry . . 

Books, stationery.. 
Other 



Merchandise Vending Machine Operators 

Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream 

All other beverages (except milk) . 

Tobacco products _ „ 

Other 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



7tS86 

695 

Ti05(i 

2iai2 

470 

41279 

lt701 

ltM23 

3 1 005 

l»e27 

771 

376 

708 

7C1 

2iU49 

3|772 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

Cna) 

(NA) 

Cna) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



21 .030 



With 
payroll 



aisaa 

471 

760 

1t350 

224 

21785 

ll075 

687 

liU73 

ll155 

631 

254 

516 

461 

2i449 

2f054 



3^1 
20 



(NA) 


1,030 


(NA) 


177 


(NA) 


90 


(NA) 


^9 


(NA) 


378 


(NA) 


19 


(NA) 


287 


(NA) 


121 


(NA) 


■*0 


(NA) 


3 


(NA) 


18 


(NA) 


3 


(NA) 


6 


(NA) 


3 


(NA) 


7 


(NA) 


'»32 


(NA) 


^2 


(NA) 


31) 


(NA) 


97 


(NA) 


259 


(NA) 


1,295 


(NA) 


7 


(NA) 


88 


(NA) 


1 ,2' f 


1,751 


799 


(NA) 


272 


(NA) 


31 


(NA) 


Its 


(NA) 


237 


(NA) 


111 



Total, all 
establjsh- 



tOS.TTC 

(D) 

91 .1'21 

121 HS") 
ID) 

62,190 
191555 
69,198 
119, 116 
(D) 
(D) 
35,8tH 
41,737 
1281078 
11 1 .206 



(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



168,207 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(11.000) 



366,780 

(D) 

87,189 

If 3,592 

8,146 

128,099 

51 ,004 

38,707 

52,902 

107,920 

(D) 

1 9 , 1 92 

(D) 

(D) 

1281078 

94,668 



1, 364,209 



743.727 

3.232 

602. 108 

592,074 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(C) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1.241 

3,183 

78,845 

1 ,445 

(D) 

(D) 

11 ,512 

3.642 

22,989 

1 .002 

3.326 

1C,676 

(D) 

733 

13,213 



470,489 

219. 7J5 

65,735 

5,626 

33, 157 
79,75 
1 1 .004 
24.455 

15. 105 

11.011 
(D) 
4,935 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
332 

77,516 

4. 138 

2,472 

16. 379 

54,527 

147, 122 

(D) 

29.210 

(0) 



149.993 

50.234 

2. 161 

16,558 

62,600 

9,440 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



60,375 

(D) 

17,556 

12,532 

926 

23,487 

5,362 

3.759 

6,097 

16,825 

(n) 

2,893 

(D) 

6,9y ^ 

21 ,008 
17,3H3 



216. 318 



371 

80,687 

79,233 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(C) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
214 
202 

13.624 

104 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .957 

540 

5.798 

109 

78 

1 .771 

(d) 

60 
1,626 



101 ,063 

44,286 

13.712 

1. 309 



2,411 
4,706 

4, 704 

1 ,284 
(D) 
532 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
53 

18.948 

844 

615 

3.526 

13.96! 

51.841 

(D) 

6.467 

C) 



15.322 
8,424 
257 
2, 408 
5.702 
1.051 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUara) 



1,157,214 

(D) 

326,044 

234,722 

17,204 

443,024 

106,013 

75.155 

130.939 

337.406 

(D) 

55.020 

(D) 

141 .767 

411 .681 

348.819 



6.895 

1 , 860. 948 

1 .856.239 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3.476 

4.756 

252. 538 

2, 760 

(D) 

(D) 

30,357 

13,921 

97.201 

2.099 

1 .463 

37,475 

(D) 

1. 107 

36,249 



813.704 

252.492 

7.826 

158.785 

261.079 

47.867 

85.655 

95.449 

22,746 
(D) 
9.796 
(0) 
(d) 
(D) 
862 

355.415 
15.640 
1 1 .888 
62. 750 

263. 155 

615.978 
(D) 

121 .714 
(D) 



515.938 

173. 149 

4.65) 

47. 158 

69.472 

21.506 



Full 
workweek 



1,094.1 15 

' (D) 

31 1 .062 

217.483 

14,846 

405,157 

94,859 

60.256 

1 11 .093 

313.861 

(D) 

51.219 

(D) 

134.680 

379.733 

323.939 



2.058.840 

5, 306 

1.733.369 

1 .709.248 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3,376 

3.325 

241.778 

2. 760 

(D) 

(D) 

28.071 

15,533 

95.503 

2.029 

1. 575 

54.566 

(D) 

1 . 104 

33,838 



1.352,477 

799,632 

243,968 

7. 444 

158.431 

258.234 

45.210 

81. 345 

94.561 

21 .246 
(D) 
9.428 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
766 

545,515 
15,177 
11, )75 
60,644 

258, 1 17 

591,725 
(0) 

113,658 
(D) 



508, 594 
169,977 
4,436 
45, 374 
63,203 
20,404 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



18.872 

(D) 
5.439 
4.186 

399 
9.364 
2.728 
2.765 
3.739 
3,930 

(D) 
1.094 

(0) 
2.242 
7.437 
7.105 



216 

34.679 

34. 143 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

56 



49 
(D) 
(D) 
615 
196 
. 152 

31 

19 
719 
(D) 

16 
678 



10.496 
3,450 

221 
1 ,721 
2,865 

673 
1,566 

1.788 

418 
(D) 
145 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
17 

6. 1 12 

216 

182 

1.012 

4,702 

10,851 

(D) 

1 ,940 

(D) 



4,671 

2,618 

77 

655 

961 

560 



Full 
workweek 



16.263 

(D) 

4.733 

3*406 

281 

7.302 

2.035 

1 .743 

2.593 

4,956 

(D) 

904 

(D) 

2.008 

6.150 

5.919 



54,761 

102 

29,599 

29,092 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

48 

57 



5,481 

49 

(D) 

(D) 

522 

179 

1 ,098 

28 

16 

606 

(D) 



9,869 

5.297 

180 
1.707 
2.764 

588 
1.553 

1 .747 

554 
(D) 
125 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
14 

5.894 
201 
169 
946 

4.578 

9.458 
(n) 

1.764 
(D) 



4,334 

2,46? 

61 

583 

901 

327 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



7.579 

(D) 

964 

2«512 

(D) 

4.985 

1.616 

1.475 

3.352 

1.835 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

742 

2.115 

3,973 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1.818 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na; 

(NA) 
(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to nvoia discloeure. 1.ISA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 
' Group totals may include data for eetablisbments without payroll which could not be clawtified by detailed kind of business. 



(£) Uiaa than S500. 



Represents lero. 



UNITED STATKS SUMMARY 



1-13 



Table ID: RETAIL TRADE. 195-4-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS— Continued 
hsublishments, bales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Region and kind of business 



THE SOUTH 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocer>- stores 

Sleat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on promisee. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c — — 



Eating, Drinking Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stantls) 

Restaurants, cafeterias.. 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractore 

Refr^hment stands 

Drinking places 



General Merchandise Group 

TonU 

Department stores... 

Dry goods, general merchantlise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel. Accessories Stores 

Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinerj' stores 

Qothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stoi«s 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores.. 

Automotive Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, batter^', accessory dealers 

Motorc.vcle. aircraft, boat dealers '. 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. 



Gasoline Service Statiotis 



Lumber, BIdg. Mails., Hardware, Fann Equipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply c 
Hardware stores... 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Total 

Drugstores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel ofl dealer? 

Ice dealers — , 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



122.5CM 

108.022 

JiOIS 

lim3 

2i5eu 

^ia53 

2.378 

(NA) 

(NA) 

761 

2.085 



73.266 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.331 

20.665 



3C.76U 
800 

13.918 
9.327 
5.103 



28.877 
5.150 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA) 

lr.211| 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.601 

791 



2U.225 
11.323 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
9.758 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



27,601 

12.00S 

7.355 

6.es3 

810 

»63 

13 



2li.27a 
U.582 
8.212 
1.788 
1.260 
8.380 



16.252 

(NA) 
(NA) 



57.606 
7.829 
5.981 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
«.9UU 
2.1480 
(NA) Not available. 



With 
payroll 



51 .516 

im.101 

1.235 

51 1 

5911 

1.1 "47 

1.826 

1.655 

151 

539 

1.159 



52.562 

314.080 

33.557 

136 

387 

4.563 

13.919 



19.7112 
800 
8l2ilit 
5.123 
5.575 



25.035 
14.5111 

602 
1.097 

120 
2.695 
14.527 
3.175 
1.052 
5.218 
8.920 
6.979 

9614 

977 
1.255 

591 



18.339 
1 1.157 
8.822 

618 
1.727 
7.172 
3.155 
2.112 
1.305 



21.279 

11.157 

3.751 

5.173 

511 

301 

13 



19.612 
1.1 11 
5.970 
1.352 
818 
6.358 



11.112 

12.211 

1.898 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



■43,769, 322 



31.102 
5.?73 
3.919 
1.377 
1.5140 
530 
372 
3.928 
1.586 



10.051. 
9.156. 
117. 
52. 
73. 
55. 
90 



077 
251 
371 
120 
297 
863 
230 



15. 
107. 



(NA 
(NA) 



2.532.988 

1 .856,681 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

111. in 

619.072 



5.011.056 

2.169. lr5 

1 .158.893 

528.228 

850. =■71 



,667,120 

135.313 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

987.787 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

71.160 

37.177 



2.115.125 
1 .387.190 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
757.095 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8.557.532 

5.856.712 

851 .637 

688.51 1 

65.529 

78.1C5 

5.162 

3.091.151 



3.335.232 

706.600 

1 .730.299 

128.111 

92.795 

675.203 



1 .125.511 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3.951.571 

857.736 

509.291 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

930.953 

258.718 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(*1,000) 



^0, 231, 0614 1.338.903 



8.550,617 

8.082.121 

126.827 

10,878 

(D) 

13.117 

81 .790 

75.206 

6,581 

(D) 

91 ,558 



2,371.296 

1.720.128 

1.576.185 

1 1 .781 

32.162 

125.371 

527.191 



1.766.010 

2.169.106 

1 .035.205 

121,151 

837,555 



,597, 191 

123,81 1 

(D) 

139,763 

(D) 

(D) 

196.127 

110,588 

85,839 

605,726 

967,363 

812,521 

39.106 

85.133 

58.971 

31.893 



2.012.917 
1.331.110 
1 .170.171 



708.507 
298.181 
305.658 
103.365 



8.315.395 

6.825.610 

720.707 

661 .115 

61 .551 

70.881 

5.152 



3.229.120 
592.158 

1.701 .171 

120.885 

85.717 

628.859 



1.382,376 

1.298,105 

83.970 



3.557.718 
771.811 
182.321 
1C7.761 
2r2,825 
(D) 
(D) 
895.339 
212,661 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



511 .358 

189.316 

9.885 

3.356 

(D) 

5.235 

18.352 

17.051 

1.298 

( . 

8.321 



152.536 

365.078 

353.215 

2.661 

9.202 

19.079 

68.379 



669.1 18 
108.787 
108.317 
25.721 
125.293 



339.239 

55.515 

(D) 

19.371 

(D) 

(D) 

65.787 

55.182 

10.305 

77.620 

125.309 

108.396 

7.083 

10.830 

6.936 

6.012 



295.175 
200.107 
170.756 



95.058 
13.155 
38.587 
13.926 



765.125 

630.766 

37.558 

85.719 

8.121 

3.103 

515 



357.905 
59 . 1 8 1 

191.715 
18.170 
11.972 
70.867 



188.81 1 

180.597 

8.211 



351.231 
37,858 
65.991 
13.098 
33.150 
(D) 

(d) 

U1.781 
18.102 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



85.363.611 



10.112.107 

9.381 .392 

193.9 

57.938 

(D) 

101.171 

391 .080 

363.733 

27.317 

(D 

169.615 



9.261.579 

7.503.555 

7.270.280 

50.605 

182.570 

388.308 

1.372.716 



13.378.132 

8,373.060 

2, 127,183 

194,962 

2,382.527 



5,182.828 

1 .015.197 

(D) 

313.710 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .212.756 

1.031 ,107 

181 ,659 

1 .197.201 

2.191 .229 

2.109,533 

137.501 

211.095 

113.033 

123.099 



5.581 .673 
3.816.050 
3.213.055 



1 .865,623 
822.217 
719.131 
291,212 



11,317.1 19 

1 1 .753.181 

715.097 

1 .618.912 

153.531 

53.11c 

12.555 



7.162.115 
1.339,552 
3.817.198 
353.776 
306.219 
1 .311,970 



3.719.055 

3.561 .725 

157.310 



5.893.305 

697.109 

1.320.237 

282.555 

695.515 

(D) 

(D) 

875.238 

317.682 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



80,277, 331 



,297,531 

, 315,220 

182,220 

61,666 

(D) 

91.37ii 

368.377 

312.520 

25.857 

(D) 

155.805 



8.705.172 

7.081.053 

6.861.271 

13.295 

176.181 

313.025 

1 .278.091 



1 1.971.903 

7.572.00S 

1 .913.712 

160.29: 

2.028.856 



6.012.71S 

935. 01E 

(D) 

318.815 

(D) 

(D) 

1.159.191 

987.157 

172.037 

1 .365.981 

2.331 .075 

1 .979.111 

128.303 

223.328 

132.362 

1 19.089 



5.532.130 
3.729.393 
3.151.121 

215.833 
362.135 
1 .802.737 
801 .075 
721.513 
277.119 



11.121 .383 

1 1 .513.287 

698.809 

1 .557.797 

117.271 

61 .916 

12.270 



6.920. 880 
1 .312.85 
3.670.351 
315.352 
297.089 
1 .295.227 



3.119.B2S 

3.305.806 

113.017 



6. 610. 956 

669.535 

1 .280.936 

253.221 

585. 31C 

(D) 

(D) 

839.361 

333. 82C 



Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than S5()0. 



1,917,991 



257.158 

230.056 

1.165 

1.775 

(D) 

3.162 

10.061 

9.353 

708 

(D) 

1.213 



301.175 

219.651 

213.661 

1 .360 

1.630 

13.787 

10,737 



360,767 

183.363 

61.699 

11.903 

100.802 



150.106 
22.293 

(D) 

7.115 

(D) 

(D) 

23.572 

19.560 

1.012 

12.786 

61.980 

55.916 

3.551 

5.3B3 

1.161 

2.31 1 



100.500 
67.123 

55.386 

5.353 
7.381 
33,177 
15,015 
13.093 
5.339 



218,061 

173j,316 

12.073 

29.167 

2.359 

957 

192 



125.157 

23.592 

61.563 

5.523 

1.669 

26.610 



91.562 

89.017 

5.515 



135.189 

13.661 

21.321 

6.561 

11 .295 

(D) 

(D) 

18.222 

7.017 



Full 
workweek 

(Nimiber) 



Proprie- 
tors (tm- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



1,618,731 



189.351 

165.153 

3.532 

1 .171 

(D) 

2.787 

8.751 

8.133 

621 

(D) 

3.113 



268.150 

222.823 

217.502 

965 

1.356 

10.51 1 

35.1 15 



267.113 

115.980 

11.707 

11.777 

53.919 



127.866 

16.111 

(D) 

5.229 

(D) 

(D) 

20.271 

15.931 

3.310 

31 .370 

51 . 5 1 2 

16.955 

3.035 

1.51 1 

3.105 

2,161 



91.925 
53.711 
53.819 



31.211 
11.293 
12.151 
1,767 



211 ,360 

170, 359 

11 .192 

26.268 

2.155 

900 

185 



1 15.853 

22.716 

60.075 

5.338 

1.369 

21.355 



78,711 

71.329 

1.115 



122.206 

12.291 

22.570 

5.676 

1 1.017 

(D) 

(D) 

16,532 

1113 



Represents sero. 



191 ,708 



130,935 

115.235 

2.321 

1 .511 

(D) 

2.937 

2.606 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(d) 
2,062 



83.007 

52.585 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.380 

23.780 



28,758 

18 

13,816 

10.311 

1.171 



21, 177 
3.055 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
8.301 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1,726 
715 



23,137 
13.822 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
9.173 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



25.787 

10.096 

8,186 

5.860 

765 

173 

26 



22.330 
1.552 
6.355 
1 .372 
1 .210 
8.733 



16.218 

(NA) 
(NA) 



57. 137 

7.325 

5.335 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.187 

2.336 



1-14 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table ID: RETAIL TRADE. 1954-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 



Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Region and kind cf business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 
ments* 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll. 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DolUre) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
<Niunber* 



THE SOUTH--Con. 

Other Retail Stores— Cod. 
Jewelry stores 

Book stores 1 ^' ■-- 

Stationery stores — - 

Sporting gcMxls stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News tiealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores - 

Music stores .- -- - 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers- 
Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores - - 



Nonstore Retailers 
Mail Order Houses 



General merchandise group, [oral 

Department store merchandise. - 
Dry goods, general merchandise. 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialtiee 

Shoes ... _. 

Other apparel 



Furniliire, home furaishings, appliances, toul. 
Furniture.. 



F'loor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appiianc&s, radios, TV,. 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry. 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods 

Tobacco products _. 

Gifts, novelties, souvenilB 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other 



Direa Selliog (house-to-house) Orgaoizatioas 
Total 



FotHl, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream. 

Fruits, vegetables. 

Milk 

Bakery products. . 
Other food, n.e.c. 



Dry goods, general merchandise. 



Apparel, accessories, total 

-Men's, bijys' clothing and fumishings 

Family I'lothing. .. 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel _ 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance 
Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies . 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV. . 

Other, total 

,lewelty 

Books, stationery 

Other 



Merchandise Vending Machine Operators 

Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream 

All other beverages (except milk) 

Tobacco products ^ 

Other... ' 



60C 

606 

1.915 

3?7 

•(•987 

6«9 

liin 

Z.613 

11526 

5C6 

195 

7C2 

550 

t .919 

U.4P2 



351 
(NA) 



16,H90 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NAl 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



«l390 

ion 

564 

lica? 

175 

3il31 

399 

'j39 

1|30I 

916 

128 

135 

532 

371 

11919 

2l902 



2,236 

7 76 

157 
52 
52 

120 
16 

}19 



3 
3 

510 
110 
21 
155 
251 

622 

1 

63 

555 



657 
201 
25 
91 
206 
131 



397i237 

(D) 

76iei7 

88.099 

(D) 

1331175 

(D) 

39il 13 

54iU77 

95i''57 

181511 

(D) 

35l536 

(D) 

(D) 

136il09 



283,763 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 



(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 



156,509 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



372 1 189 

(D) 

71,555 

75i703 

5il73 

1 13,081 

19,159 

(D) 

10,989 

(D) 

«6i786 

(D) 

32,512 

26,212 

(D) 

I2O1I59 



282,367 

2.375 

(D) 
(D) 
129 
(D) 

12,993 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
692 
(D) 
169 

(D) 
112 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

23,701 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

1,599 
(D) 
(D) 
195 

1 ,520 
293 
(d) 
9B0 

3,681 



303,860 

121,318 
61 ,305 
8,590 
2,026 
22,561 
13,585 
16,281 

28,597 

5,620 

578 

2,638 

1 ,29 1 

(D) 

(d) 

130 

70,026 

8,931 

916 

11,658 

15,521 

75.269 

159 

23.800 

51,310 



139,655 

39,333 

1 ,101 

9,170 

75,166 

13,982 



62i721 

(D) 

15il12 

9i26U 

813 

19i570 

I1809 

(D) 

1,819 

13i3Q6 

61I 11 

(D) 

81 173 

5i363 

(D) 

I81815 



10,022 
390 



(D) 

(D) 

1 

(D) 

, Oil 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

75 

(D) 



(D) 
85 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

3,891 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
171 
(D) 
(D) 
12 
189 
27 
(D) 
257 
506 



23, 105 
11,168 
2,288 
118 
2,862 
3,733 
2,636 

10, 181 

1 ,005 
71 
581 
206 
(D) 
(D) 
25 

17,235 

1,192 

213 

3,387 

12,113 

11,065 

33 

1,500 

9,532 



12,719 
5, 187 
150 
1 ,521 
1, 318 
1 ,513 



1 i2l1i01e 

(D) 

2831511 

178i537 

17i832 

381i973 

31i996 

(D) 

98i912 

2621773 

122.161 

(D) 

1181007 

1011527 

(D) 

382i581 



3,016,263 

1,397,391 

7,913 

(D) 

(d) 

77 
(D) 

20,706 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
1,313 
(D) 
165 

(D) 
1,531 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

85,360 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 1 , 128 
(D) 
(D) 
ISO 
6,391 
561 
(D) 
1,950 

10,201 



172,516 
265,186 
21,227 
2.355 
61,362 
70,090 
52,326 

216,750 

18,557 

1 ,105 

10,110 

1,371 

(D) 

(D) 

531 

326,613 

29,517 

6,332 

67, 187 

223,517 

258,167 

765 

91,001 

163,698 



325,939 

180,711 

3.015 

30,313 

81,957 

29,850 



1 llel 1210 

(D) 

2651110 

170il 11 

I61629 

35816I6 

321O8U 

(D) 

89,680 

25I1621 

1 161632 

(D) 

115iC91 

1021272 

(D) 

3631212 



2.908,513 

1,332,578 
7,196 

(d) 
(d) 

77 

(d) 

16,150 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
1,531 
(D) 
165 

(D) 
1 ,187 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

8 3,156 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

11 ,035 
(D) 
(D) 
160 
6,010 
181 

(d) 

1,830 
9,50 



,253,769 

150,396 
218,018 
20,917 
2,276 
60,637 
68,206 
50,312 

211,552 

17.886 

1 , 380 

10, 180 

1, 172 

(d) 
(d) 

186 

320,099 

28,661 

5,625 

65,103 

220.110 

250.836 

675 

91.866 

158,295 



522, 166 

178,752 

2,925 

50, 175 

81.096 

29.220 



21i3ue 

(d) 

I1B15 
3i330 

107 
9i60B 
1 1023 

(D) 
2l7S3 
1l662 
2i233 

(d) 

2il78 

1 l716 

(D) 

81131 



(d) 
(d) 

2 
(D) 

196 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

17 

(D) 

11 

(D) 
31 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .581 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
233 
(D) 
(D) 
6 
112 

17 
(D) 

72 
236 



22.227 

7.579 

3,905 

359 

67 

867 

986 

1 ,215 

1,001 



183 

76 

(D)' 

(D) 

15 

6,208 

516 

97 

1 ,218 

1, 577 

1.297 

12 

1 .510 

2,975 



5.135 

2.908 

18 

160 
1 .206 

515 



191729 

(D) 

I1III 

2i911 

311 
81073 

816 

(D) 
2l231 
11291 
2l013 

(D) 
2il 16 
1 1622 

(D) 
71117 



10,121 



11,177 



(D) 

(D) 

2 

(D) 

311 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

15 

(D) 



(D) 

26 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 

1 ,295 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

229 

(D) 

(D) 

1 

100 

1 1 

(D) 

67 

199 



20.959 

6.831 

3,682 

325 

59 

816 

921 

1.095 



306 

16 

166 



(D) 
(D) 



6.002 

190 

87 

1, 166 

1.259 

3,917 

10 

1 ,228 

2,679 



1,985 

2,819 

11 

118 
1, 165 

179 



5,959 
(D) 
621 

1,915 
357 

5i582 
657 

i"' 
2.883 

1i325 
391 
(D) 
611 
508 
(D) 

1,669 



18,613 

311 
(NA) 
(NA) 

Ua) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
NA) 
NA) 

na' 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1,521 

NA) 

(NA) 

NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewliere clarified XXX Not applicable 

' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be clasiiified by detailed kind of busiuoss. 



(Z) Loss than S600. 



Represents sero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

Tabic ID: RETAIL TRADE: 1954-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



1-15 



Region and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
, Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollara) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 



Reuil tr»de.lotti 

Food Stores 



Tot«I 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets,,- 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores. 

Bakerj' products stores 

Bakeries, with baiting on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premifies. 

Delicatessen stores -- 

Food stores, n.e.c 



EaliDg, Drinking Plices 

Tot»I - - - 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refr^hment stands 

Drinking phices 

General Merchandise Group 

ToiJ - 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores..- .- 



Apparel. Accessories Stores 



Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Chfldren's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores... 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' fimiishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total . . -.- 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Fluniture stores 

Floor covering stores _ 

Home furnishing stores, n-e.c, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

AppUance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



Atuomotive Gronp 



Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) _ 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Scrrice Stations 
Total 

Lumber, Bldg. MatU., Hardware, Farm Eqaipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Limiber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietar>' stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm, ^rden supply stores 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



u?ioeo 

J9.271 

Ui231 

1416 

1.5'J2 

W 117 

(NA) 

(NA) 

613 

l.o''6 



U8f832 

2e.5S« 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.3')0 

16.760 



8.970 

M10 

3.637 

1.382 



15.991 

3.212 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.258 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.096 

1.t29 



1U.231 
7.758 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
6.U00 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



12.777 

5.U38 

3,235 

2.925 

580 

517 

ie 



13.658 
1.971 
1.716 
1.559 
1.018 
1.3?a 



7.117 
(NA) 
(NA) 



36. lie 

5.759 

2.052 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 . 890 

1.311 



ZU.69U 

16.759 

2.763 

200 

■^81 

751 

2.211 

1 .711 

500 

399 

991 



37.528 

21.638 

21 .279 

211 

115 

2.526 

13l361 



6.661 
110 

2.557 
951 

2.713 



13.123 

2.730 

260 

385 

111 

1.971 

2.166 

1 .B51 

612 

1.138 

5.280 

1.1 16 

183 

681 

780 

729 



10.110 
5.811 
3.697 
699 
1.119 
U.326 
1.661 
1.169 
1.193 



101005 

5.111 

2.009 

2. 127 

371 

333 

18 



10.122 

1l713 

3.851 

985 

632 

3.238 



6|369 

6.019 
320 



201518 

1tOC3 

1.372 

112 

5C1 

387 

69 

1.161 

812 



26.795.6^6 



6.367.9(11 

5.580.01 1 

383.238 

22.R01 

73.816 

10.379 

1 15.888 

(NA) 

(NA) 

15.212 

100.368 



21177.561 

1 .125.6r5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

90.090 

660.373 



2.778.191 

1 .588.C15 

559.852 

126. C27 

102.316 



1 .198.328 
273.621 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

598.737 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17.912 

17.555 



1 .181.307 
917.365 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
535.882 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



4.695.408 

3.836.002 

H53.0S8 

275.529 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



1 .972.991 



2.011 .318 

123.11 1 

1 .059.619 

98.931 

69.698 

388.613 



871.571 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2.383.1 
557. '59 
206.666 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
160.-19 
110.321 



25.091 .638 



5.827.182 

5.157.397 

332.826 

17.611 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

77.362 
(D) 

39.601 

83.582 



2.015.310 

1.331.927 

1.302.721 

13.892 

15.31 1 

79.118 

603.995 



2.727.122 

1.688.015 

531,972 

113.813 

390.592 



1,117,518 

263.351 

16.879 

(D) 

7.181 

(D) 

310.109 

255.131 

51.975 

201,121 

582.739 

523.850 

(D) 

(D) 

12.118 

11.177 



1 .102.043 

9C7.121 

722.219 

92.199 

92.103 

191.922 

171 .681 

225.189 

97.052 



1.6C1 .618 

3.819.176 

«r8t33U 

257.367 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



1.715.658 



1.963.181 

117.815 

1 .031.159 

86.797 

63,131 

360.979 



855.136 

838.991 

16.111 



2.098.018 

186.717 

196.011 

35.231 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

111.663 

(D) 



3.039.775 



150.831 

370.903 

28.1'^2 

1 .556 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

19.351 

(D) 

1.251 

10.512 



189.605 

361.197 

352.511 

3.297 

5.356 

13.369 

1 15.039 



107.731 
271.256 

62.781 
9.797 

63.897 



200.280 

36.112 

2.1 18 

(D) 

917 

(D) 

U0.937 

31.912 

5.995 

27.510 

82.835 

71.570 

(D) 

(D) 

3.890 

8.696 



195.157 
128.751 
97.319 
16.163 
11,972 
66,7(-3 
21,2C8 
28.613 
13.852 



183.006 

110.388 

23.872 

39,965 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



231.751 
17.950 

111.888 
12.325 
12.638 
13.9=0 



1 11 .176 

109.6=0 

1 .528 



221.159 

26. 127 

27.088 

5.137 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

27.311 

(Dl 



59.667.935 



8.883.501 

7.291 .058 

553. 92B 

29.735 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

399. Olf 

(D) 

80.121 

202.510 



9.917.988 

7,31 1 ,616 

7,112.012 

69,285 

1 00 . 3 1 9 

272.861 

2.363.51 1 



7.850.060 
5.206.119 
1 .215.723 
152,756 
1 .265.132 



3.837.676 

661.017 

39.791 

(D) 

I7.25P 

(D) 

759.926 

650.975 

108.951 

533.382 

1 .616.617 

1 .160.023 

(D) 

(D) 

85.086 

178.618 



3,878.929 

2.567.91c 

1 .933.381 

325. 31u 

309,185 

1 ,31 1 ,019 

163,789 

573.075 

271.155 



'9,255,107 

7.861 .739 

111 .318 

791 .688 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



1.515.150 
921 .257 

2.229.722 
210.128 
261 .808 
862,225 



2,192,166 

2,152,563 

29,503 



1.100.263 

510.051 

516.957 

115.316 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

521 ,957 

(Dl 



55.228.136 



8.012.199 

5.559.817 

507.598 

27,311; 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

361.120 

(D) 

73.291 

Iy3»5ig 



9.1 19.527 

6.767.059 

6,517.515 

57.119 

92.265 

220.61 1 

2.151 .957 



6.836.309 
1.536.064 
1 .103.186 
150.152 
1 .015.907 



3.531.358 

600.853 

37.611 

(D) 

15.114 

(D) 

705.990 

601.925 

101 .071 

186.542 

1 .198.146 

1 .355.529 

(D) 

(D) 

71.588 

168.233 



3.729.34S 

2,478.316 

1 .875.159 

310.433 

292.744 

1 .251 .OOi 

116.516 

517.780 

256.706 



9.121 .289 
7.762.866 

127.125 

766.653 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



1.321 .078 
906.270 

2.130.357 
231 .035 
215,615 
807,771 



1 .953.758 

1 .927,501 

26,257 



1,131,51 1 
116,383 
526,884 

108,146 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

505,563 
(D) 



110,226 
112,111 

7,700 
496 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

8,217 
(D) 

1.477 

3.664 



217.545 

162.247 

158.283 

1,881 

2,080 

8,145 

17.153 



168.913 
103.859 

25.475 
3.427 

35.182 



73.820 

1 1 .505 

620 

(D) 

317 

(D) 

12.372 

10.410 

1 .952 

10.690 

31.359 

30.757 

(D) 

(D) 

2.117 

2.777 



54.916 

35.383 

26.216 

3.915 

5.252 

19.533 

7.235 

8.196 

1.102 



110.977 

92.071 

5.887 

10.717 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



61 .052 
1 1 .919 
28.183 
3.310 
3.146 
14,131 



11 ,838 

11,079 

7 = 9 



72,641 

9,274 

7.171 

1.731 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

7.527 

(D) 



107.319 

85.061 

6.091 

397 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

6,581 

(D) 

1 ,219 

2.801 



178.794 

136.091 

133.296 

1 .134 

1 .661 

5.290 

37.4 13 



125.776 

80.346 

19.202 

2.802 

23.125 



59.571 

8.295 

516 

(D) 

i33 

(D) 

10,010 

8.159 

1 .581 

8.160 

28|777 

25.871 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .583 

2.416 



19.788 

32.1, 

21.170 
3.601 
1,652 

17,362 
6,634 
7.263 
3.465 



107.239 

89.630 

5.461 

9.871 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



55.344 
11 .517 
25.997 
3.043 
2.765 
12.022 



31 .852 

31 .295 

557 



61 .883 

6.616 

6.838 

1 .480 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

7.0I7 

(D) 



260, 144 



47.730 
32,989 

5,109 
532 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(NA) 
(D) 
784 

1.862 



60,894 

35,425 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.9C2 

21 .457 



7.618 
27 
3.329 
1 .560 
2.658 



11.111 
2.123 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.662 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.271 

1.C11 



1 5 . (-t 1 
8.324 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
5.667 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



12,613 

4,827 

3.696 

2.886 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



12. "93 
1.817 
3.666 
1 .555 
1.128 
4.677 



7.223 
(NA) 
(NA) 



38.259 

6. "72 

1.918 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.'-61 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified- .\XX Not applicable. 
* Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents lero. 



1-16 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table ID; RETAIL TRADE, 1954-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Regie 



1 and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

(51,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
t Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



(Number) 



Proprie- 
tor (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



THE WEST--Con. 
Other Retail Stores — Coo. 

Jewelry stores 

Book stores .- 

Stationery stores ~ 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers. 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores _ _ 



Noastore Retuiers 
Mail Order Houses 



Food, 



General mercbaadise group, total 

Department store merchandise. . 
Dry goods, general merchandise- 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, loial 

Men's, boys' clothing and fumiahings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear _ _ 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties- 
Shoes - -^ -.. 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry ..._ 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods 

Tobacco products ^^ 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other _ _ - 



Direa SeUing (house-to-house) Orgaaizatioas 
Total 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables. 

Milk....- 

Bakery products. . 
Other food, n.e.c. 



Dry goods, general merchandise. 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing .. 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes . . 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliances, total . 

Furniture - 

Floor coverings, draperies _ 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV _ _ _ 



Other, total 

Jewelry. . . 

Books, stationery- 
Other 



Merchandise Vending Machine Operuon 

Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery „ 

Milk, ice cream 

AH other beverages (except milk) 

Tobacco products .._-.i-._-. 

Other. 



,038 
462 
941 

,765 
38H 

,136 
895 

8m 

,278 
,068 
65 3 
317 
517 
427 
612 
,857 



10.703 

249 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

[Z\ 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

},629 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



625 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2. 398 

290 
7m 
931 
181* 

1 ,1*22 
457 
311 

1.172 
656 
505 
183 
331 
265 

1 ,612 

1 ,'•09 



1.51 3 
157 



17 



112 
3 
5 



377 
52 



12 
139 



61 
362 



307 
Bl 
15 
53 

103 



23H.461 
(D)~ 
83,5m 
93.831 
10, 4 34 
61*. 965 
(D) 
27,046 
59,199 
7 1 , 7 32 
58,339 
(D) 
23,131 
21,160 
85,963 
85,004 



521,503 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

\T.] 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 



252, 314 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 



79,563 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



211 ,397 
(0) 
30,128 
76,813 
7,406 
55,303 
24,418 
(D) 
46.713 
64,296 
54, 129 
11 ,045 
20,417 
18.204 
85.963 
69,540 



1.477 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



2.073 
(D) 



22 


942 




(D) 


2 


002 




575 




864 




(d) 




(0) 


1 


140 


, 


914 




554 




144 


3 


430 



149, 444 

57,445 

19.370 

860 

692 

25,837 

2,639 

8,047 

3.664 

566 
(d) 

11 J 
261 



(D) 

39,914 

1,330 

1 , 171 

14,792 

22,621 

47, '855 
(D) 

13,116 
(D) 



70,705 

22,425 

1,09 3 

6.316 

56,872 

3.999 



35.458 

(D) 

13,917 

8.443 

9 30 

9.284 

2.999 

(D) 

5.828 

9, 388 

6,287 

1 . 398 

4,365 

(D) 

11.846 

12,674 



74,132 
35 . 9 1 7 



268 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



280 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 



3.533 

(D) 
85 
69 
198 
(D) 
(D) 
123 

163 
67 
30 

393 



9,415 
3,621 

104 

50 

3,953 

437 
1 ,250 

1,396 

54 
(D) 



(D) 

9,217 

315 

311 

2.253 

6.338 



1 1 



241 

(D) 

4,354 

(D) 



6,892 

2.738 

145 

951 

2,634 

424 



672.822 

(D) 

275.889 

171.486 

18.693 
179.796 

59.295 
(D) 
117,312 
187,861 
119,656 

27. 375 

95. 360 

(D) 

243.272 

250,992 



1 ,429,072 

680,537 
12,005 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

(d) 



D) 
(D) 
(D) 



6,863 
'n) 
(D) 
(D) 



70,133 

(0) 

1 ,769 

1, 132 

3,016 

(D) 

(D) 

3.004 

3,857 

1 .751 

520 

7.260 



614,025 

193,652 

74,330 

1 ,698 

1 , 177 

30,471 

9.274 

26,652 

33,244 

1, 101 
(D) 
133 
576 



(n- 



646,802 

(D) 

264,573 

160,109 

16,600 
162,995 

55,558 

(D) 

103,925 

175,752 

113.610 

25.772 

94,5 37 

(0) 

224,387 

2 37. 382 



1 . 340,737 

615.509 
11 ,054 



Standard Notes: 



(D) Withheld to avoid discloaure. 



(NA) Not available. 



n.e.c. Not elHcwliere ria'wihcd. 



' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classihed by detailed kind of business 



X.V.V Not applicable. JT) 



(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



6,868 
(D') 
(D) 
(D) 



67,339 

Id) 

1,749 
1.044 
2,592 
(D) 
(D) 
2.572 

3,568 

1 ,742 

520 

6,487 



594,838 

187,219 

73,295 

1,620 

1 ,072 

79.339 

9,029 

22,864 

33.158 

1.062 
(D) 
103 
567 



(D) 



176,175 


170,930 


4.702 


4,01 1 


4,089 


3.775 


52.472 


51.611 


114.912 


111,533 


209,853 


202,469 


(D) 


(D) 


80,722 


78.931 


(D) 


(D) 


134,510 


130,440 


50,849 


49,86 3 


2.676 


2,603 


19, 184 


18,366 


53,053 


51,760 


8,748 


7, 348 



9,713 

(D) 
4.680 
2,306 

374 
3.656 
1.167 

(D) 
2.798 
3,027 
1,965 

471 
1, 142 

(D) 
4,561 
5,008 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



104 
(D) 



775 

(D) 

17 

30 

70 
(D) 
(D) 

54 

67 

21 

8 

139 



9,604 

2,690 

318 

36 

24 

1,026 

147 

639 

652 

19 
(D) 



(D) 

2,558 
93 

49 

513 

1 .903 

3,685 
(D) 

1,335 
(D) 



1,838 
697 
34 
261 
641 
205 



8,745 

(D) 

4,149 

2. 302 

286 

2,866 

968 

(D) 

2,162 

2,599 

1,712 

399 

1 ,106 

(D) 

3,693 

4.422 



8.696 

2.336 
780 
30 
20 
997 
135 
374 

646 

16 

(D) 

2 

9 



(D) 



43 

491 

1 .790 

3,300 

(D) 

1,279 

(d) 



1.626 

643 

32 

245 
594 

1 12 



Less than $600. 



4,139 
(D) 

1.015 
1,963 

405 
2,480 

966 

(d) 

2,601 

1.12* 

671 

322 

4 34 

(D) 

1 .554 

3,242 



2 35 
(NA) 



(D) 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(d) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(n| 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(d1 




(NA) 


104 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


... 


(NA) 


668 


(NA) 


IDI 


(NA 


10 


(NA 


23 


(NA 


53 


(NA 


(nl 


NA 


(n) 


NA 


39 


NA 




(NA 


58 


(NA 


20 


(NA) 


8 


(NA) 


100 


(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA_) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
NA) 
NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



367 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Hepresenta lero. 



UNITED STATES SUIVIMARY 

Tabic IE. RETAIL TRADE: 1948-REGIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
Establishments and Sales 



1-17 



Kind of business 



THE NORTHEASTERN STATES 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sale 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(11.0001 



THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(tl.OOOl 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Jl'.OOO) 



Retail tnde, total 

Food stores, total 

Giticery stores 

Other food stores 

Eatiag, driokiag places, total 

Eating places 

Drinking places 

Geoeral merchaodise group 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furoishings, appliance dealers 

Automotive group. - 

Gasolioe service stations 

Lumber, bldg. matis., hardware, farm e<]uip. dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, bldg. matls., supplies, equipment, hardware dealers. - 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drug stores .- 

Proprietary stores 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers ._ 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 

Nonslore retailers - - -- -- 



144,453 
87,022 
57,431 

93,707 
48,110 
45,597 



42,520 
7,231 
35,289 

23,677 

18,100 

40,512 

18,991 
1.516 

17,475 

16,202 
14, Ul 
2,061 

66,897 
10,404 
8,809 
3,884 
5,616 
38,184 

1,856 



70.434 
40,252 
30,182 

71,186 
36,272 
34,914 



30,118 

5,364 

24,754 



U,286 

1,296 

12,990 

12,887 

U,327 

1,560 

40,843 
6,778 
6,958 
3,296 
3,846 

19,965 

1,573 



35,948,295 

9,061,156 
6,747,096 
2,314,060 

3,544,898 
2,147,711 
1,397,187 

4,014,776 

3,559,286 

529,670 

3,029,616 

1,958,138 

4,498,556 

1,367,293 

2,055,153 

188,344 

1,866,814 

990, 296 
902,041 
88,255 

4,343,691 
842,377 

1,124,420 
752,611 
340,025 

1,284,258 

555,047 



32,385,893 

7,278,014 
5,467,150 
1,810,864 

3,245,470 
2,008,858 
1,236,612 

3,935,836 

3,364,114 

496,652 

2,867,462 

1,799,431 

4,396,636 

1,069,208 

1,968,711 

182,523 

1,786,188' 

892,510 

815,460 

77,050 

(D) 

720,010 

1,088,502 

725,440 

315,202 

(D) 

(D) 



123,145 
94,654 
28,491 

109,059 
51,059 
58,000 



30,450 

6,234 

24,216 

23,792 

29,686 

58,345 

42,915 
10,234 
32,681 

17,028 
14,484 
2,544 

56,191 
8,434 
7,066 
8,033 
6,643 

26,015 

1,445 



362,859 

72,716 
53,946 
18,770 

81,631 
41,410 
40,221 

13,326 

24,241 
4,935 
19,306 

18,008 

25,262 

36,944 

35,664 
9,274 
26,390 

15,138 

13,198 

1,940 

38,679 
5,4-84 
6,066 
6,112 
4,657 

16, 360 

1,250 



8,705,918 
7,489,602 
1,216,316 

3,423,886 
1,735,119 
1,688,767 

5,090,396 

2,759,904 

438,027 

2,321,877 

1,892,601 

6,839,812 

2,279,235 

4,519,539 
1,262,617 
3,256,922 

1,310,964 

1,204,975 

105,989 

3,814,469 
601,698 
759,778 

1,141,685 
359,416 
951,892 

1,023,190 



38,719,691 

7,552,704 
6,504,775 
1,047,929 

2,985,051 
1,555,033 
1,430,018 

5,015,409 

2,659,968 

415,093 

2,244,875 

1,788,443 

6,663,966 

1,881,424 

4,360,185 
1,229,405 
3,130,780 

1,273,617 

1,177,589 

96,028 

3,519,513 
524,492 
740,253 

1,076,527 
332,327 
845,914 

1,019,411 



THE SOUTH 



THE WEST 



Establiahments 



Kind of business 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroD 



Saks 



Establishments 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Retail trade, total. 



Ft>od stores, total . 

Gro(»ty stores 

Other food stores 



Eatiag, driokiag places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores. 



Other apparel stores, 

Furniture, borne fiimisbings, appliance dealers- 
Automotive group 

Gasolioe service sutions 



Lumber, bide, matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers.. - 

Lumber, bldg. matls., suppUes, equipment, hardware dcaleis 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total.. 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores. 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 



Noostore retailers. 



461,837 

148,592 
134,326 
L4,266 

76,623 
5i;35f 
25,254 

30,783 

23,542 

3,387 

20,155 

20,861 

25,233 

53,113 

22,681 
3,935 
18,746 

15,440 
12,2^" 
3,211 

43,977 
8,462 
3,962 
6,779 
4,936 

19,838 

992 



299,995 

64,022 
55,418 
8,604 

56,315 
40,693 
15,622 

20,285 

19,923 
3,002 
16,921 

17,147 

21,937 

34,623 

19,589 
3,702 
15,887 

13,702 

11,272 

2,430 

31,533 
5,603 
3,451 
5,311 
3,802 

13,366 

919 



31,860,788 

7,095,995 

6,637,912 

458,083 

1,987,935 

1,462,398 

525,537 

4,377,722 

2,2(X,386 

305,292 

1,899,094 

1,674,507 

5,591,651 

1,707,844 

2,730,774 

561,801 

2,218,973 

1,077,900 
968,315 
109,585" 

2,905,875 
732,557 
371,048 
799,209 
313,408 
684,653 

456,199 



29,275,275 

5,.7517032 

5,361,693 

389,339 

1,805,361 

1,380,595 

424,766 

4,184,939 

2,147,423 

293,808 

1,848,615 

1,611,739 

5,439,309 

1,448,245 

2,711,966 

552,553 

2,159,413 

1,050,111 

954,283 

95,828 

CD) 

(D) 
355,652 

(D) 
303,717 

(D) 

(D) 



44,723 
34,752 
9,971 

46,400 
28,647 
17,753 

8,081 

14,432 

2,349 

12, OM 



12,755 
1,324 
10,931 

6,612 

5,892 

720 

30,065 
5,&49 
1,636 
2,453 
3,355 

16,972 

624 



25,360 
18,515 
6,845 

36,347 
22,788 
13,559 



10,831 
1,947 
8,934 

8,858 

10,134 

17,130 

10,360 
1,672 
8,688 

5,901 

5,357 

544 

18,609 
3,417 
1,380 
1,833 
2,278 
9,651 

525 



19,380,255 

4,344,795 

3,855,107 

439,688 

1,688,698 

1,095,567 

593,131 

2,313,247 

1,193,219 

187,619 

1,005,600 

1,067,132 

3,170,437 

1,115,781 

1,787,509 

373,201 

1,414,308 

632,349 

602,804 

29, 545 

1,790,564 
402,136 
170,292 
440,065 
191,796 
586,275 

276,524 



3,793,778 

3,365,634 

428,094 

1,573,169 

1,038,438 

534,731 

2,281,548 

1,134,490 
179,969 
954,521 

1,012,467 

3,065,157 

911,533 

1,727,076 

367,572 

1,359,504 

615,939 
589,128 
26,811 

1,581,579 

(D) 

166, 155 

(D) 

176,981 

500,875 

274,613 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure 
^Data in this table differ from those which appeared 
Comparistm of 1943 and 1954 Censuses In the Introduction. 



(NA) Not available. ... Represents zero, 
in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. 



For a description of the adjustments see 



1-18 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE- 1954-GEC)GRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 





Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(Si.ooo) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 


Division and kinci of business 


Total' 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, aU 
establish- 
ments' 
(Jl.OOO) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 


Total 

(DoUam) 


Full 
workweek 

(DoUan) 


Total 

(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


NEW ENGLAND 


112.807 

?5,588 

16,588 

i , 2 1 4 

562 

1,173 

885 

I,b93 

(NA) 

(NA) 

464 

1,Ct9 

16,367 

10.777 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

I.S91 

5.559 

4.573 
203 

1.928 
910 

1 .490 

9, 122 

1,90C 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3,410 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

490 

631 

6,463 
3.639 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2,770 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

5.016 

2.610 

1. 156 

927 

230 

68 

9 

10,315 

4,a23 
377 

1,436 
oil 
451 

r.9?6 

4,C34 
i""J 
(NA) 

18.327 

3,084 

4,218 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

796 

226 


75,211 

14.286 

10,162 

700 

278 

429 

547 

1.345 

1.154 

191 

350 

475 

15.319 
8.591 
8.197 
180 
214 
1 .595 
5.133 

3.053 
203 

1.100 
504 

1 .246 

7.348 

1,522 

164 

288 

34 

1,036 

1.552 

1.055 

497 

61 1 

2,870 

1.975 

415 

430 

388 

405 

4.481 

2.551 

1.511 

359 

681 

1,930 

802 

693 

435 

4.128 

2. 538 

700 

707 

126 

48 

9 

6.983 

3.607 
297 

1.090 
453 
295 

1.472 

3.810 
3.363 

447 

10.961 

2.162 

2.458 

447 

1 )5 

1.760 

56 

592 

1C8 


10,911 ,468 

2.753,616 

2.367,085 

108,189 

22.Cr8 

43.777 

26.7^0 

68,430 

(NA) 

(NA) 

28,221 

51 .996 

780.521 

530. UCO 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

52.700 

197, CC9 

1 . 040, 394 

61 1 ,"60 

144. C35 

47.675 

236,470 

776.348 

133.022 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

302,083 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

29,708 

29,727 

517. *05 
31 1 .029 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
206.004 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 .758.552 

1 .529,519 

1 13.984 

90.004 

14.080 

9.61 1 

742 

572,362 

662,411^8 
50,234 

367.390 
36.247 
34,175 

174,228 

340.348 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 .386.134 

283. Pe7 

475.910 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

210.836 

14,377 


10,179.424 

2.475.318 

2,186.541 

92.381 

17.630 

(D) 
52 . 1 1 6 

(D) 
25.161 
41 .738 

741 .793 

5C2.588 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

48.424 

190.781 

1,012.100 

61 I .450 

131 .905 

36.353 

232.382 

749.460 

125.994 

(D) 

33.243 

(D) 

79.854 

162.220 

127.294 

34.926 

109,894 

295,537 

254.508 

12,937 

28,092 

28,006 

27.B09 

487.903 
295.241 
230.302 
29,929 
35.010 
192.662 
76.293 
87.477 
28.892 

1.733.580 

1 .525.995 

100,608 

84.642 

12.800 

8.793 

742 

487,082 

640,148 
48,630 

360,878 
33.381 
31.789 

155,470 

334,59b 

309.425 

25.173 

1,254.058 
252.105 
438.422 
102.492 

(D) 
309.446 

(D) 
207.474 

(D) 


1 .207,892 

180.256 

145.698 

7.801 

1.565 

2.538 

(D) 

(D) 

12.507 

(D) 

2.357 

3,782 

164,737 

1 19,638 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

7,247 

37,852 

lev, 376 
T09, 737 

18,712 
2.065 

36.862 

109,902 

17.319 

(D) 

4,894 

(D) 

10,956 

23,805 

19,769 

4.037 

14.947 

44.914 

38.895 

2.142 

3.877 

3.397 

5,519 

76,732 

48.514 

37.508 

5.325 

5.681 

28,218 

13,240 

10,922 

4,0«6 

172,030 

150,927 

6.973 

12,207 

1.314 

529 

eo 

39.032 

85.427 
5.461 

46.252 
5.141 
5.243 

23,330 

41 ,552 

39,357 

2,195 

129,335 

18,713 

44,763 

9,677 

(D) 

31 ,336 

(D) 

10,779 

(D) 


!3. 185.448 

3,483.896 

2.785,468 

150,260 

31 ,144 

48,619 

(D) 

(D) 

268,650 

(D) 

45,375 

71,352 

3.318.001 

2.412,101 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

142,J55 

763,835 

3,295,594 
2,171 ,233 

363,714 
43,124 

717,523 

2,077,743 

315,017 

(D) 

91 ,30" 

(D) 

197,457 

441 ,570 

369,966 

71 ,604 

270.010 

857.410 

747,1 14 

43.023 

77,273 

67,1 13 

1 15,623 

1 ,459.339 
922,598 
702,394 
105,363 
1 14,841 
535,741 
246,975 
208,627 
81 ,139 

3,089,579 

2,697,894 

124,1 34 

233,396 

23,653 

8.853 

1 ,649 

785,036 

1 ,613,243 
106,437 
860,106 
99,26e 
107.807 
439.62'' 

798,1 13 

756,160 

41 ,953 

2,457.591 
347.584 
983.773 
196,654 

(D) 
616,577 

(D) 
196,201 

(D) 


21 ,126,318 

3,012,013 

2,389,646 

133,140 

27,885 

42,044 

(D) 

(D) 

242,1 16 

(D) 

40,451 

65,050 

2,956,51 1 

2,155,677 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 15,267 

665,567 

2,862.147 
1 .944.39b 

323.147 
36.839 

557, 75i 

1.877.103 

289.435 

(D) 

84.982 

(D) 

178.862 

406.277 

340.195 

66.082 

2 39,003 

777,929 

673.276 

37,904 

66,749 

56,003 

108.456 

1 .393,014 
885,76b 
575.805 
102.475 
105.48b 
507.246 
235,744 
197,624 
73,876 

3.029.994 

2.657,139 

1 19.803 

221 ,05V 

22.279 

8,219 

1 ,485 

689.417 

1 .548,072 
102.495 
832,529 
95.402 
103.717 
412,92b 

563,557 

626,945 

36,51 1 

2,309.931 
314.853 
852.544 
190,325 

(D) 
593,477 

(U) 
188,109 

(D) 


484,634 

76,855 

50,627 

2,855 

771 
1 ,329 

(D) 

(D) 
6,32" 

(D) 
1.122 
1 ,433 

91 .462 

67.704 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

4.769 

19,009 

83,154 

48,320 

8,932 

1,212 

24.690 

45.041 

6,01 1 

(D) 

1 ,606 

(D) 

3,945 

7,355 

6,432 

1 ,423 

6,272 

21,234 

18,233 

1 ,197 

1 ,804 

1,806 

1 ,863 

23,734 
14,558 
10,887 
1 ,518 
2,253 
9,076 
4,143 
3,467 
1 ,466 

44,425 

36,061 

1 ,944 

3.864 

386 

146 

24 

17.4i^l 

25,063 

1,715 
12.025 
1 ,597 
1 ,568 
8,158 

19,950 

18.713 

1 .237 

44.447 
5.908 
13.667 
3,108 

(D) 
9-415 

(D) 
3.3J8 

(D) 


^76,729 

53.644 

41 .442 

2.135 

556 

b23 

(D) 

(D) 

4,945 

(D) 

6 39 

1 .096 

68.818 

51.356 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3.019 

14.443 

59.072 

37.725 

6,609 

t.54 

13.684 

34.481 

4.539 

(D) 

1 .251 

(D) 

2,922 

6,181 

5,058 

1.123 

4.760 

16.21 1 

13,954 

879 

1 .378 

1 .106 

1 ,604 

21 ,108 
13.190 
9.878 
1 .415 
1 .695 
7.918 
3.687 

3.i;18 

1.213 

42.255 

36.710 

1 ,765 

3,294 

339 

125 

22 

12.532 

22,560 
1 ,597 

1 1 ,250 
1 .453 
1 .459 
6,791 

12,711 

1 1 .813 

898 

37.579 

4.616 

12.501 

2.059 

(0) 

8.563 

(D) 

3.047 

iU) 


99.498 


Food Stores 
Total - 


25.284 




15.077 




1,240 




573 


Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 


1.351 
(D) 
,LD). 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Delicatessen stores ^ ■ 


481 




P93 


Eating, Drinking Places 
Total - 


15.297 




10.629 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 




1 .924 




3.712 


General Merchandise Gtoup 
Total _._ . _ 


3.758 


DepartmPTit. tif/ippq 


10 


Pry gooHq, gf.T)«irftI mcrchftiidifw [it/>rffl 


1,710 




1.000 




996 


Apparel, Accessories Stores 
Total. 


6.608 




1.097 




(NA) 


Women's shoe stares 






(NA) 




(NA) 


Mpn'fj, hnyn' rlnthing nnd fumiflhingH i»t/irpfl 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Family rlnthing stores 


(NA) 


Wnmfn'R clnthing^ (jperif^lty t^^tr^ 


2.608 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Children's, irfanf-s' wear stiipea 


440 




514 


Furniture, Hotne Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 
Total 


5.109 




2,8P5 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Home fiomjshings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 


(NA) 
2,168 


Household appliance stores 


(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Total 


3.215 


Passenger car dealers (franchised) 


1.152 

1.00, 


Tire, battery, accessory dealers _ *_ 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealera 


5P2 
210 




60 




4 


Gasoline Service Stations 
Total 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers _. 


10,947 

3,51>< 
308 
"15 




447 




41U 


Hardware stores - 


1.414 


Drag Stores, Proprietaiy Stores 
Total 


3.147 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Other Retail Stores 
Total 


15.571 
l.»77 


Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood). J - .. 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers 


3.772 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 
3f 1 


Farm, garden supply stores ,.. 


1 (D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid diaclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elfwwhere claasified. XXX Not applicable. 
'Group totals may include data for establisbmenta without payroll which could not be clasaified by detailed kind of bunineaa. 



(Z) Leas than $500. 



Repreaentfl lero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-19 



Table IF RETAIL TRADE- 19^-4-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 





Establishments 


• ,SaIps 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1.(XI0) 


Payroll, workweek ended 

nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 


Division and kind of business 


Total' 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

t Number) 


Total, all 

establish- 

metits' 

Itl.OOO) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(11.000) 


Total 
(Dollars) 


FuU 
workweek 

(DoUani) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


NEW ENGLAND- -Con. 
Other Retmil Stores— Con. 


1.463 

^o^ 

454 

b33 

95 

1. 144 
430 
643 

1. 166 
342 
23f 
fl4 
242 
lUf 
o93 
740 

6, 179 

159 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

5,596 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

424 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


1.0C5 
144 
354 
3C7 
41 
650 
248 
419 
630 
216 
190 
54 
136 
102 
593 
352 

1,2 35 

121 

12 

12 
4 
6 
2 

11 

3 
1 

"2 

3 
2 

13 
8 
1 
2 
2 

73 
2 
2 

1 
6 

11 
5 

"b 

2 
'38 

876 

416 
54 
18 
20 

109 
41 

174 

48 

21 
3 

14 
3 

1 

119 

19 

9 

21 

70 

272 

2 

20 

250 

238 
102 
11 
28 
64 
7' 


98.638 

12.185 

31 .987 

26.680 

2, 182 

31.671 

20.597 

36.U02 

23.?"2 

15.012 

(D) 

4.907 

7,467 

(D) 

(D) 

18,427 

323, 100 

84,215 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

190, 649 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

46.236 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


93.330 
1 1.927 
30.169 
22.090 
1 .484 
25,961 
16.343 
31 .402 
17.802 

[Si 

(D 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
14.845 

263,364 

83,835 

1,268 

66,806 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

3,306 
691 
(D) 

Id] 

(D) 
(D) 

990 
662 
(D) 

(d) 

(d) 

11 ,465 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,472 

(D) 

2,864 
(D) 

1,620 

1 35,561 

83,959 

5,5C2 

1,611 

1 , 041 

53,784 

(D) 

(D) 

2,724 

2,192 

95 
697 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 

22.559 

2.593 

765 

5,834 

13,367 

24, 127 

(D) 

2,554 

(D) 

43,986 
9,943 
1 ,041 
2,547 

26,968 
3,489 


15.725 

1 .772 

5.169 

2.543 

188 

5.010 

1.232 

3.180 

2.200 

2.033 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2.872 

41 .512 

10.986 
199 

8,659 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

336 

55 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

186 
162 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,606 

(d) 

(D) 
(i) 

(c) 
329 
(D) 

505 
(D) 

306 

26,549 

14,867 

1,070 

455 

61 

8,475 

(D) 

(D) 

624 

178 
12 

110 

(d) 
(i) 

(D) 

6,056 

494 

205 

1,169 

4,188 

4,824 
(D) 

714 

(d) 

3,977 

1 ,582 

120 

558 

1,472 

245 


284.923 
34.461 
92,596 
48.49? 
3.507 
93,002 
24.741 
61 ,084 
43,133 
35,529 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

55,769 

807,313 

2^1,742 

3,86 3 

176,693 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

6,507 
705 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

4,656 

3,923 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
30,023 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

6,913 

(D) 

9,826 

(d) 

5,636 

510,191 

274,689 

19,749 

2,338 

1,314 

163, 128 

(D) 

(d) 
14,633 

4,063 
265 

2,265 
(D) 

(i) 

(D) 

114, 108 

9,952 

3,870 

22, 365 

77,921 

102,698 
(D) 

11 ,441 
(D) 

75, 380 
30,429 

2,217 
10, 444 
27.650 

4.640 


27U.303 

31.131 

H5.291 

44.828 

3.205 

85.628 

21 .374 

b2.742 

35.304 

33.325 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D)' 

(D) 

52.953 

784.459 

212.797 

3,533 

170.81 5 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

5.232 
666 

(D) 

Id) 
(d) 

(D) 

3.806 

3. 104 

(D) 

(c) 

(D) 

28,413 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

6,471 

(D) 

9.524 
(D) 

4,928 

497, 473 

271,373 

19,005 

2,331 

1, 151 
162,835 

(d) 

(D) 

14,521 

3,875 
265 

2, 124 

(d) 

(d) 
(d) 

112, C02 

9.664 

3,675 

22,0 30 

76,633 

95,702 

(d) 

11.112 
(D) 

74, 189 
30,071 
2, 100 
1'',219 

27. 317 
4.482 


5.2j3 

785 

1 .954 

958 

79 

2.058 

619 

2.202 

1.267 

713 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

ID) 

1 .158 

15,071 

4,2 49 

71 

3,323 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

107 

11 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

95 

81 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

653 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
144 

(d) 

235 

(d) 

125 

7. 734 

3.594 

335 

37 

33 

1.860 

(D) 

(D) 

211 

75 

5 

41 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

1,848 

144 

62 

352 

1,290 

2,006 
(D) 
278 
(D) 

1 , 088 

457 

30 

158 

363 

80 


4.452 
515 

1.599 

801 

61 

1 .557 
455 

1 .528 
837 
572 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .008 

1 1 ,909 

3,877 

59 

3,099 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

87 

6 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

59 

'd) 

(D) 
(D) 

573 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
125 
(D) 

223 

(d) 

87 

7,069 

3,400 

294 

37 

25 

1,639 

(d) 

(D) 

204 

65 

5 

33 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

1,800 

129 

56 

336 

1,279 

1,600 
(D) 
264 
(D) 

1,023 
439 

27 
147 
342 

68 


1,155 




136 




354 




594 




93 


Florists 


1 , 1 76 
430 




58 1 




1 , 197 


Music stores _ _ _._ . _ 


297 
(D) 


Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores ... 


(D) 
(D) 
(D) 




(D) 




721 


Noostore Retailers 
Total 


6.0 44 


Mail Order Houses 
Total 

Food. 

Genera] merchandise group, total 

Department store merchandise 


1 10 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

NA) 


Variety store merchandise 

Apparel, accessories, total 

^Ien's. Ijoys' clothing and furnishings.. .. 


(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 


Family clothing . 


(NA) 


Women "s ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties 

Shoes 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Furoiiure, home fumishiogs, appliances, total 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings . 


(NA) 
NA) 

(na) 
(naS 




(NA) 


Other mail order houses, total 

.\ulomotive store merchandise _ 

Lumber, building materials, hardware _._ 

Proprietarj- medicines 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


Jeweb-y _ _ 

Books, stationery. 

Sporting goods 


(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 




(NA) 


Other 

Direct Selling (house-to-house) Organizations 
Total 


(NA) 

5,624 
(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


Milk _ 

Bakerv- products 


Dry goods, general merchandise 

Apparel, accessories, total 


(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 


Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, spedslties 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Furniture, home furnishiags, appliances, total . 

Furniture.-- 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings , _ ., 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


Other, total 


(NA) 


Jewelry---. 

Books, stationer^---- -.- -- 

Other - - 

Merchandise Vendiog Machine Operators 

Total 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

310 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Tobacco products . .- - 

Other - 


(NA) 
(NA) 



Standftid Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid discloeure. (NA) Not available, n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Lese than $500. 
'Group totab may mclude data for estabUBhmente without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Repreeentfl zero. 



1-20 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEC)GRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continned 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

{Number} 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 
(Si.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
t Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets. 

Fish (seafood) markets 

'^Tiit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eatiag, Driokiog Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refr^hment stands 

Drinking places 



General Merchandtse Group 

Total _ 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores 



Apparelt Accessories Stores 

Total _.. 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clotlung stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Funiiture, Home Fumisbjogs, Appliance Dealers 
Total..- 

Furniture, home fumishingji stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



Automodve Group 
Total 

Passenger car dealers (f ranchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Serrice Statioas 



Total 



Lumber, BIdg, Malls., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total _ 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores.. 

Hardware stores 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. 



Otber Retail Stona 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

LiqueBed petroleum gas dealers 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers 

Hay. grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores - 

Standard Notes 



50|655 

10.17<5 

1 ,U89 

5l3S2 

101231 

S.S07 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3t977 

U|4«9 



7lie'i5 

351619 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5i755 

3Ci321 



12l677 

382 

7lC16 

11782 

3l3?5 



33i205 
6ll59 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na; 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 31697 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2l1V1 

2i650 



191489 
1 ii816 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
7i523 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



121923 

Ai5«0 

2iH26 

2ic82 

565 

232 

18 



151235 
llU95 
Ul310 
21032 
11«56 
':lS61 



1 Ii65« 
(NA) 
(NA) 



'17l't39 

'5i5H7 

6l613 

833 

21052 

2l8C5 

tt561 

3l799 

762 

2»619 

21409 



561969 

261113 

25lU3lt 

395 

581 

«l309 

26i2«7 



61933 

382 
310146 

816 
21689 



251091 

«l8t7 

734 

775 

250 

3l088 

5l031 

2i989 

21042 

1 l409 

101581 

6l587 

ll327 

21667 

11595 

11628 



I3l351 
81384 
Ut529 
11392 
2l463 
41967 
11849 
2i 193 
925 



101503 

6i400 

ll700 

11956 

291 

138 

18 



10l899 
11189 
3l438 
11400 
932 
3l940 



9i954 
9i219 

735 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



5 11 564 
"^1393 

"1 J99 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

^1 123 

/19 

(NA) Not available. 



281744 

41781 

4ilC5 

ll559 

377 

2l073 

56 

11915 

'J 19 



35l053iei9 



818581289 

6l724l214 

812i493 

541132 

194i453 

275i048 

312i756 

(NA) 

(NA) 

240i660 

234 1 CM 



3 1 3611 450 

2l055ll55 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

173lOr1 

1 i130l°66 



3 13591558 

2l145ir46 
424ir74 
109i163 
678l743 



3l 121 1558 
49411 11 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 l312l062 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1291516 

1291478 



1 l943ill75 
1 il99iU55 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
741 151 1 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5l146i600 

4i455ir57 

3681808 

243iP96 

40i420 

35i235 

21338 



1 l923i499 
189i524 

1 1041 ir49 
128i62C 
118l?54 
4441788 



91 1 i?39 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3l632l992 
597iP63 

930l999 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

5211121 
57 1 450 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere 



32i253i841 



7i721 l655 

6l015l234 

7C1 i313 

53l424 

134i901 

137i38B 

291 i894 

2301781 

61 il13 

198 1328 

189il83 



3i131 1826 

1l916i925 

1 1 8361355 

31 1148 

U9i421 

155i319 

1l059i582 



3i255i368 
2tl45l045 

358 1 356 
83t461 

668i505 



2l983i648 

468i935 

54i244 

981974 

14i734 

290i983 

664i530 

494i815 

159i715 

347i335 

1l257i414 

986 1 740 

47 1 750 

232l924 

118i34U 

1 17i086 



Il835i171 
ll141 1562 
8341994 
151 l312 
155i356 
593 1 509 
249i74t 
376 1 802 
66 1 959 



5l074i520 

4i445i225 

331 l222 

230i380 

34i574 

30t781 

2l33e 



1l838i449 
182i452 

1l024i473 
117,026 
1O7i870 
406i628 



871 i991 

8251838 

45 1 153 



i233i570 

633t861 

870 1 563 

240i031 

781525 

548il47 

3i750 

51 1 i')83 

52i616 

classified 



3.886,537 



601 1364 

4151195 

55i948 

4i929 

11l237 

14i8B9 

65i317 

57i553 

7i764 

14i720 

18i128 



654i221 

459i344 

434 1 805 

8i059 

161479 

20 1 8 1 8 

174i059 



533,756 

368,977 

45i9?9 

7ilr'2 

1 11 l748 



421 i0U2 

631624 

7l707 

15il99 

1 i983 

38i735 

941821 

72i159 

22 1 662 

43il41 

1B3i497 

143i695 

8 1081 

31 l721 

12,227 

23i732 



254,462 
174i675 
125l9''9 
23,929 
241838 
79i786 
31 i690 
381845 
9i250 



470,495 

412,393 

18l738 

33i710 

3i908 

1 i410 

245 



234i067 
I8168I 

1251842 
15i530 
19i039 
54i975 



1 10,875 

106,760 

4il 16 



339i445 

40 1 878 

90i502 

25i240 

9i648 

54 1805 

a09 

30 1 396 

51831 



75in18i36r 



1 1i494i456 

7i848i765 

1 1 0791157 

89 1147 

2051491 

281 i249 

1i342i107 

I1I8617O2 

1551405 

281 io39 

3671501 



12l987ia43 

9i065i554 

8,543,755 

191 1609 

3311180 

391 1053 

3i530i226 



10i592t091 

7i369i081 

885i416 

1331475 

2i203il 19 



8il04,653 

1 1 1581626 

141 1337 

2701347 

361987 

7091955 

1 i750i983 

1l355i036 

405i947 

8191341 

3i613i81e 

2i842i58C 

167i456 

503i7B2 

2471790 

5041095 



4i853i892 

3i316i372 

2l343i623 

473i467 

499i28? 

1 i537i52n 

613i436 

747i351 

1761733 



ei506i282 

7i392l125 

3491337 

659i42C 

73i240 

26i362 

5i79e 



4i457i671 
344i37e 

2i397i651 
5021456 
3851423 

1 i027i761 



2i 1221437 

2l047i841 

741596 



5i521 1235 
7681566 

I, 7951967 
479,335 
177 1 132 

I1 125i055 

15i445 

559,358 

105,256 



' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by iliitailc-d kind of buHiness, 



XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) 



69, 312, 772 



10i342i851 

5i9t»3i944 

1 iC13i393 

801727 

1651910 

234,397 

1 1251,595 

1 1I 1 1,727 

1391858 

2551237 

337i646 



1 1 19481083 

813881055 

7i972l223 

1231094 

292i73B 

3331375 

3i225i65J 



9,243,490 

6.466,933 

P201200 

121 l34o 

1 18351009 



7,316,212 

1 ,001 ,233 

127,127 

2401925 

341914 

5981267 

1 i''61 1896 

1 i277i051 

384i846 

658i672 

3i295i721 

2t509i673 

151 1520 

534,525 

213,974 

464,716 



4,694,446 

3i210l29B 

2l271 1I22 

4521578 

4751498 

1 i484i146 

5981884 

715i694 

1691570 



ai373l860 

7i301 ,030 

340,407 

631 1829 

701052 

24i983 

5i559 



2i1e3l004 



4i295l586 
3301971 

2i329,034 
293,757 
3721944 
959i88U 



1 18631923 

1 1 8001797 

63l126 



6i202l32e 
7241793 

1 17421012 
454i51 1 
1751085 

1 ,01.7,173 

15,243 

5471397 

IOO1505 

Less than $600. 



1.461. 7581, 189, 57« 



226i4B9 

1521248 

17,96° 

1i833 

41652 

8i394 

27i257 

23i473 

31784 

6il63 

7,974 



322,779 

228161 1 

215i275 

5i754 

7i5a2 

11 l789 

82i379 



2461739 
151 1448 

1Sl427 
3i235 

73i529 



1591971 

20 1 950 

2,054 

4,298 

558 

14,030 

27i713 

20i975 

6i738 

18i453 

79,047 

61 ,499 

4i050 

13i498 

6i3u4 

7i504 



731021 
491121 
341675 

6l264 

8ilB2 
23 1 900 

9i532 
1 1 i492 

2i875 



1 13i727 
96 1 846 

5,i;o 

10,276 

1 ,031 

395 

77 



65,869 
5,747 

31 ,888 
4i674 
5i292 

1B,26B 



47,436 

44i999 

2,437 



109,608 



170,382 

1 101548 

141950 

1 1454 

3,583 

5,801 

22,852 

191760 

31102 

4iB03 

6 1371 



266,561 

192,095 

1831373 

2l538 

6t 184 

8,237 

6612291 

180,371 
115,455 

I4i554 
2157C 

47,792 



125, 4a5 
14,543 

1 1500 

31153 
463 

91427 
231 155 
17i578 

5i578 
121999 
53 1399 
501227 

3l1 14 
101058 

41459 

61829 



651925 
451083 
31 1794 

51957 

7 1332 
21 1842 

81995 
10,273 

2,574 



109,455 

941245 

41738 

9l 144 

929 

335 

7.1 



601379 
5i332 

291966 
41353 
41975 

151753 



331958 

321357 

1 1601 



951788 



12l381 
25 1 030 

7i794 

2l425 

14i563 

248 

9i447 

1 l730 

. . . RepresenUi sero. 



101453 

231405 

71035 

21 34 7 

13l793 

231 

8iB22 

1 1535 



98i801 

52,289 

1 1,674 

1,750 

6i345 

10i<J47 

5l 199 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4i619 

4 1445 



781723 

391550 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

51120 

32,877 



1 1,522 

74 

7l197 

11981 

2l116 



27l903 
3i836 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 11829 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2l3C5 

2i526 



181275 
10i954 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
7i 149 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



101391 

4i495 

2iHei 

21153 

553 

243 

12 



14il75 
ll615 
31325 

ll844 
11387 
5i"20 



101989 
(NA) 
(NA) 



50l072 

5i64e 

5 1890 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

ll509 

721 



UNITED STATKS SUMMARY 



1-21 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of busii 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC- -Con. 



Con. 



Other Reaul Stoces 

Jewelry stores 

Book stores.. 

Stationer}' stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists --- 

Cigar stores, stands _ 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 



Toal. 
Tool. 



Nonsiore Reoulers 
Mail Order Houses 



Food. 



Geaenl mercbaodise group, total 

DepartmeDt store merchandise.,, 
Dr>' goods, general merchandise.. 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Slen's, boj*s' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing _ 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel.. 



Ftirojnire, home fiiraishiags, appliances, total. 

Furniture.. 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry __ 

Books, stationery 

Sporting good s 

Tobacco products ^_-_ 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other _. 



Direct Selling (house-to-hoose) OrganizatioDs 
Total 



Food, totaJ 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables. 

Milk 

Bakery products. . 
Other food, n.e.c. . 



Dry goods, general merchandise.. 



^'S 



.rel, accessories, total 

len's, boys' clothing and fumishrngs 

Family clothing .. 

Women's reatiy-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties- 
Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home fumisbitigs. appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, iBdioB, TV 



Other, total 1.,. 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery.. 
Other 



Merchandise Vending Machine Operators 

Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream 

All other beverages (except milk) 

Tobacco products 

Other.- 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Nutnbal 



71 1 
3U8 
673 
311 
733 
353 
o60 
CT 
£17 
728 
U15 
e<l2 
390 
201 
513 



753 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



18,029 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 ,218 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 



With 
payroll 



2|907 

119 

1 1270 

831 

127 

2,259 

1.091 

1|5U6 

ll"t85 

719 

516 

271 

518 

222 

2|20"4 

li239 



1,562 

165 
21 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



9 
150 



1 ,516 
222 
70 
90 
509 
111 
181 

191 



26 

90 

219 



73 
1 , 192 



596 

117 

26 

98 

236 

89 



271 ,812 
36,562 

110,f77 

78, 192 

9.883 

1171197 
95 1 968 
96,522 
76,590 
71,013 
78 f 067 
28,271 
30,138 
19,010 

137,31 1 
73.836 



1, 185.335 



301,732 

(na) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Sl.OOOl 



(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
^NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



183.581 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 



211,001 
32,532 

113,253 
63,556 
6,907 
99,183 
70,722 
73,866 
57,738 
65,285 
72,191 
25,829 
26i>70 
16,320 

137, 3 11 
60,280 



297,792 

1,990 

193,158 
(D) 
(D) 



19,337 

1,211 

(D) 

10,330 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

8,761 
619 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

71 ,216 

(d) 

(D) 

1 ,569 

(D) 

(D) 

2 3,719 

(D) 

912 

3.315 

(D) 

1 ,881 

21,091 



508,802 

222, 596 

11,613 

10,529 

8.637 

98.511 

(D) 

(D) 

16.381 

11 .131 
711 
2.320 
(C) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

91,627 

8,883 

1 ,761 

37,607 

13.376 

166,767 
(D) 
18,508 
(D 



168.703 
33.811 
3.718 
17, 159 
97,959 
15,993 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



39,626 
1,191 

16.636 

7,251 

611 

18,566 
5.516 
6.860 
6.9B1 

10.155 
7,875 
3.669 
7,278 
3.010 

21 ,320 

11.597 



117,591 

37,991 

521 

21,865 
(D) 
(D) 



1.658 
156 
(D) 
670 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

666 

12 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 

10,281 

(d) 

(D) 
160 

(d) 

(D) 
3,628 
(D) 
116 
126 
(d) 
230 
3,299 



91,630 

12,736 

7,607 

2,951 

1.298 

16.828 

(D) 

(D) 

3.018 

1 .925 
67 
553 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

18,788 

2.123 

316 

1.316 

12,033 

28,133 

(D) 

1,726 

(D) 



11,967 
5,358 

592 
2,172 
1,737 
1 ,808 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUare) 



753,115 

88.731 
310.78? 
137,967 

12.361 
356.518 
106.090 
128.738 
111.202 
192.808 
116.360 

73.007 
131,896 

59,995 
103.751 
230.396 



2,955.111 

813,181 

11 ,551 

550,813 
(D) 
(d) 



35,185 

1 1,570 

(D) 

13,668 

(d) 

(D) 
(d) 

15,738 
569 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

199,891 

(D) 

(D) 

2,329 

(d) 

(d) 

66. 172 

(D) 

2.786 

11.110 

(D) 

1.571 

67. 168 



1 .795,339 

778,311 

110,668 

9.601 

31,123 

321.785 

(D) 

(D) 

56.129 

11 ,211 
1, 158 

11 ,681 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

366.562 

10,357 

5.157 

36.305 

231.713 

552,760 

(D) 

97.577 

(D) 



316,621 
165,519 
10,313 
51, 127 
85, 115 
36.190 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. 
'Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) 



726.013 

e2l55u 
293.675 
128,297 

10.897 
328.325 

96.919 
1 10.804 
126.928 
1 81.795 
112.1 IB 

68.876 
130.116 

58.206 
378.999 
219.773 



768,696 

11,089 

522,721 
(D) 
(D) 



33,388 

10,862 

(D) 

12,931 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

11,337 
569 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

136,608 
(D) 

(d) 

2,509 

(D) 

(D) 

61,617 

(d) 

2,630 

8,557 
(D) 

1.317 
63,127 



761,762 

138,197 

8.6 37 

30.267 

320.695 

(D) 

(D) 

51.836 

32, 171 
986 
5.717 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

358,376 

39.551 

5.011 

81.151 

232.357 

528.621 

(d) 

95.051 

(D) 



510.521 

161.151 

9,982 

19,233 

81.215 

55.595I 



i than $5(X). 



12.162 
1.8J1 
5.753 
2.521 

211 
7.1.y2 
2.555 
1.071 
3.572 
3.203 
2.320 
1 .21? 
1 .863 

922 
7.171 
1.128 



16.006 

11. 358 

193 

9,512 



777 
293 
(D) 
511 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

282 
10 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

3,561 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

1 ,021 

(D) 

56 

171 

(D) 

70 

1,111 



26,298 

10,113 
2,013 
231 
121 
3,825 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,001 

563 
25 
168 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

5,619 

627 

92 

1 ,281 
3,616 

8,612 
(D) 

1 , 382 
(D) 



5,350 

2,551 

132 

756 

1.295 

613 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



I 1 ,231 
1 .502 
1,907 
2, 10U 
179 
5.917 
1 .991 
2.69'J 
2.623 
2.862 
2.123 
1 .092 
1 .726 
852 
6.118 
3.617 



12,516 

172 

8,178 
(D) 
(D) 



690 
256 
(D) 
273 
(D) 
(D) 

Id) 

211 
10 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2,962 

(D) 

(D) 

57 

(D) 

(d) 

971 

(d) 

50 

157 

(d) 

57 

971 



21,079 

9,739 
1 ,921 
111 
387 
5,705 
(D) 
(D) 

921 



71 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

5,567 

590 

86 

1, 139 

5,552 

7,617 
(D) 

1,295 
(D) 



5,011 

2.133 

115 

662 

1 ,259 

572 



1.518 

610 

2.199 

1.702 

361 

1.010 

2.191 

2.526 

3.316 

1,211 

631 

391 

680 

391 

1,787 

2.601 



20, 116 



(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



18,571 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 , 121 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Repreaenta lero. 



432^71 0-57-4 



1-22 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fiaiit stores, vegetable markets 

Cantly. nut, coniectioneiy stores 

Bakery products stores . 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores_-_ 

Ftjod stores, n.e.c 



EatiDg, Dritikiog Places 

Total... 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractore 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

Getieral MerchaDtlise Group 

Total - - 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandiae stores 

General stores 

Variety stores - 

Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total -- 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Furniture, Home Fiirnishiags, Appliaoce Dealers 

Total -. -- 

Furniture, home fumishingi stores 

Furniture stores - 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores. - - 



Automotive Group 



Total.. -. 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) _ 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Hoijsehold trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c — 



Gasoline Service SuiioDS 



Lumber, BIdg, Matls., Hardware, Fartn Equipmem Dealers 



Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, builtling materials dealei^. 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores,. 
Hardware stores - . 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores . 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores ..-- 

Fuel, ice dealers - 

Fuel dealers (coal , wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers. - - 

Ice dealers -- -- 

Hay, grain, feed stores - 

Farm, garden supply stores 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



7 I 1490 

■511157 

ill0'50 

yog 

Iltj56 

31985 

11361 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2iG2B 

3t250 



7tiia62 

311^07 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5il32 

3810143 



1 ll2C7 

662 

lll332 

21 l""! 

319143 



23iC81 

5i307 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

"1373 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1206 

111415 



13i5U2 
41 0*58 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
9l360 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 /i25tt 

S1BI49 

31615 

3il40U 

7311 

617 

25 



?3|750 
141627 
•".lUfll 
2.318 
21OI6 
?12148 



If 1951 
(NA) 
(NA) 



14 I12145 

"iSUl 

bil73 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA 

(NA) 

3i319 

11J99 



With 
payroll 



«3ia50 

?lil21 

21918 

265 

720 

2i 1C1 

3l777 

3l058 

719 

I1OO6 

1|9U2 



571522 

26i2S1 

2513514 

260 

667 

141II14 

27 1127 



811427 
662 
2l991l 
1 13041 
311467 



19l377 

aim49 

539 

583 

1 18 

3l2C7 

3l9U3 

2|727 

1 l216 

1 l737 

7l227 

141967 

1 11714 

1|096 

982 

1 1O39 



131 150 
61 966 
41589 
■i33 
1114444 
6l184 
2t612 
2l201 
1 1371 



14l258 

8l593 

2l245 

2l646 

1104 

345 

25 



181632 

4l041 
5i517 
1 l640 
1 1416 
6t01 



IO1O23 

9i ir6 

917 



25i331 

3i 145 

3l659 

2i369 

595 

563 

132 

21703 

779 



Total, aU 

establtsh- 

ments' 

($1,000) 



37l256i221 



8l495lP57 

7i345i378 

4031 ine 

21.085 

7711^16 

126.015 

217if25 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1061282 

193.490 



3l074l694 

1 l589i3a8 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1231P42 

1 I 3601 084 



4l041t459 

2l741 i?28 

497.307 

1431341 

6581041 



2|205l602 

4251109 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

829if 33 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

611938 

78l578 



1 l812i'-24 
1 1IOI 1CI 1 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
7101257 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



',17881811 

5l865l1 10 

46013C1 

334i7^0 

45i541 

(D) 

(D) 



3l086l870 
6421593 

1 l524i529 
1421934 
134l°28 
6401452 



1 1 191 11125 
(NA) 
(NA) 



310271837 

518i?75 

542 1 4 38 

(NA) 

(NA 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6931163 

1 14.072 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Jl.OOO) 



35.097.399 



7i736i419 

6i753|352 

365.204 

17i677 

56i622 

961IO6 

2O81I6I 

161l282 

45i879 

76l148 

163i250 



2.803.128 

1 .523(256 

1 ,451 ,728 

22.181 

69.367 

112.776 

1.157.086 



3.982.229 

2.741 .228 

471 .839 

118.573 

650.689 



2l143i638 

409.691 

41 ,219 

87.746 

7i424 

273 1 203 

481 1O34 

38O186I 

100.173 

307i266 

813i587 

710i809 

39 1 389 

53i389 

58.112 

73i968 



1.715.754 

1.062.043 

859|223 

1 1 7 1 1 90 

85i630 

563.71 1 

251 .543 

303.737 

98.431 



5i692i663 

5.853.438 

405.601 

319.506 

39i677 

(D) 

(D) 



2.975.016 
528.195 

1i503i079 
130l736 
124.934 
5891072 



1 i169i825 

111 17i3ia 

62 1 607 



2.768.007 
473.031 
516.562 
3C8i952 
57 1 1 00 
140i663 
8l947 
575|649 
103.444 



PayiBll, 
entire 
year 



554i680 

4421666 

32 1 600 

1 i566 

4.255 

13i227 

47.560 

40 1 676 

5.884 

5i576 

17i230 



563i4B2 

374i953 

345.213 

5.619 

23.121 

16.939 

171 .590 



637,416 

463.730 

58.026 

7.573 

108.087 



307.805 

54.700 

4.614 

12.429 

1 i040 

35.717 

67.940 

55.839 

12.101 

45.891 

119.294 

104.282 

6|&28 

8.384 

5.785 

1 4 . 1 94 



249.919 
153.435 
127.531 
20.397 
15i408 
86.483 
35.152 
37.155 
14i175 



628,122 

546,743 

25,099 

47,190 

4,558 

(D) 

(D) 



375,196 
55,063 

196,717 
19,908 
25,959 
76,539 



145,737 

141 ,727 

6,010 



299,233 

25,243 
52,510 
38,51^4 

8,323 
13i767 

1l815 
41,739 

9,256 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollaic) 



79,637,703 

10,886,832 

8,463,275 

519,849 

33i34e 

74t949 

2541786 

1 i004,566 

869,010 

135,656 

104,294 

331 ,666 



1 1 .370,232 

7,595,905 

7.026.925 

1 16.263 

463.717 

324,278 

3,450,049 



12,448,179 

9i077i725 

1 il 181724 

1421515 

2il09i214 



5i831 1296 

986,147 

83,658 

218,1 98 

19,201 

566,090 

1 ,249,845 

1 ,036,042 

214,803 

851 ,000 

2,321 ,869 

2,033,702 

133.395 

154,762 

1 17,912 

294,533 



4i591 1865 

3i035l227 

2i336i42r 

398,822 

300,985 

1 .666,528 

571 ,738 

707,23? 

277.658 



1 1.498.383 

9.978.420 

465,434 

895,815 

84,1 60 

(D) 

(D) 



7,133,421 
1 ,035,579 
3,751 ,1 73 
386,804 
538,058 
1,421 ,797 



2,784,240 

2,690,051 

94,189 



5,829,406 
489,854 

1,248.686 
774.278 
168,653 
276,287 
29,458 
819,851 
184,958 



Full 

workweek 



72,430, 182 



9,292 

7,167 

555 

30 
63 
204 
904 
782 
122 
87 
288 



,222 

,051 
,421 
,12« 

314 
,235 
,719 

298 

421 
.788 

570 



10.248.142 

6.915.286 

6.410.478 

96.751 

408.057 

269,241 

3,073,516 



10,697,994 

7,900,299 

985,275 

126,129 

1 ,585,291 



5,216,866 

860,803 

78,117 

190,630 

17,424 

574,532 

1 , 142,041 
947,978 
194,063 
753,521 

2,083,956 

1 ,829,929 

1 18,145 

135,882 

99,915 

275,530 



4,467,177 

2,909,802 

2,242,217 

385,568 

281,027 

1 ,567,375 

637,178 

651 ,851 

268,346 



I 1 ,310,166 

9,865,350 

439,490 

846,202 

80,002 

(D) 

(D) 



6,796,172 
1 ,000,301 
3,597,799 
355,172 
515,479 
1,316,421 



2,357,739 

2,280,098 

77,541 



5,461 ,08b 
442,436 

1 ,1 89,896 
732,932 
164,321 
2()4.486 
28.158 
785.977 
173.576 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



235.551 

180,873 

10,470 

681 

1 ,957 

7,8J5 

23,555 

19,521 

4,034 

2,590 

7,630 



299,038 

203,145 

190,695 

2,924 

9,526 

11,744 

84,149 



289,088 
186,351 

25,728 
3,924 

72,075 



121,731 

19,910 

1 ,338 

4,487 

336 

13,749 

21,333 

17,388 

3,945 

18,629 

54,102 

46,797 

3i4cl5 

3,820 

3,228 

4i629 



69i9l7 

431064 

35,210 

4,780 

6,064 

26,863 

11 ,320 

11,050 

4,493 



145,784 

124,206 

6i370 

13i842 

11239 

(D) 

(D) 



1041978 

15,980 

49,319 

5,739 

7,017 

25,923 



67,102 

64,210 

2,892 



102,325 

9,351 

19,163 

12,419 

2,529 

3,598 

507 

13,645 

3il32 



Full 
workweek 



1691262 

1 191766 

7,788 

526 

1 ,305 

5,225 

17,559 

14,794 

2,775 

1 .842 

6.249 



236.262 

155.544 

165,023 

1 ,784 

7,737 

7,174 

63,634 



201 ,1 1 1 
1 36 , 2 1 7 

18,842 
2,887 

43,166 



90,068 

12,996 

1,056 

2,853 

243 

8,844 

15,202 

13,301 

2,901 

13.329 

41 ,405 

35,020 

2,675 

2,81 

2,209 

3,926 



61 ,954 

38,857 

30,056 

4,427 

4,366 

23,097 

9,920 

9,413 

3,764 



140,489 

120,756 

5,813 

1 1 ,814 

1 ,082 

(D) 

(D) 



93,948 
15,803 
45,318 
5,056 
6,402 
21 ,369 



44,783 

42,929 

1 ,864 



86,918 
7,273 

17,101 

10,958 

2,373 

3,312 

448 

12,558 
2,655 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



78,012 

56,162 

4,644 

557 

2,258 

3,937 

4,495 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,452 

3, 169 



88.766 

37.592 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.888 

45. 177 



9.424 
46 
4.133 
2.528 
2,538 



18,662 

3,422 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6,500 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .334 

1.334 



18,249 
8.954 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
9, 193 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



15.270 

5.949 

4. 170 

2.868 

710 

(D) 

(D) 



40,707 



23.029 
5.401 
4.6P5 
1.993 
2,040 
8,935 



10,01 1 
(NA) 
(NA) 



41,670 

4,846 

4,866 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,727 

1,416 



Standard Notes- (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $600. 
' Group toUls may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Repr«8eDt8 lero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-23 



Table IF, RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-a>ntinucd 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 

year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL— Con. 



Other Retail Stores— Coo. 



Jewelr>- stores -- 

Book stores 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, noveJty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply storee 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealen. 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 



NoDSIore Retailers 



Mail (Jrder Houses 



Food 



Geoeral merchandise group, total — 
Department store merchandise.. 
Drj' goods, general merchandise. 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings. 

Family clothing 

Women 's ready-to-wear _ 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furoilure, borne hiraishiogs, appliances, total- 
Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail orderbouses, total 

.Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardwate.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jeweby 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods. - - ._' 

Tobacco products 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other. __ 



Direct Selling (hoose-to-hoose) Orgaimatjons 
Total - 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetableS- 

Milk 

Bakery products. . 
Other food, n.e.C- . 



Dry goods, general mercbaodise. 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties- 
Shoes 

Other appaiel 



Furoitute, home furnishiogs, appliances, total. 

Furniture - 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appUances, radios, TV 



Other, total 

Jewelry -. 

Books, stationery. . 
Other 



Merchandise Veodiog Machine Operators 



Total 

Candy, nut, confectioneiy 

Milk, ice cream 

All other beverages (eJtcept milk) . 

Tobacco products -- 

Other 



'4t9'J1 
1177 

aC3 

l.7?7 

377 

3.175 

1.015 

?. 1»6 

1.289 

582 

2U6 

178 

47U 

1.718 

2.518 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



l3.8^6 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1,252 
(NA) 
(NA) 

Lna) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



3.287 
317 
587 
995 
177 

2.065 
823 
527 

1.010 
805 
172 
166 
370 
298 

1.718 

1.398 



2,983 



17} 
5 



802 

150 
73 
t3 

310 
1(3 

203 

96 

31 
3 

12 
3 
6 



317 
33 
20 



836 

7 

62 

817 



602 

197 

28 

110 

190 

77 



291.695 
27.072 
71 .626 
89.3P1 
10.129 

109. 1U7 
17.511 
39.675 
50.918 
78.350 
57.918 
I5.J32 
21.596 
28.593 
91 .322 
78.251 



507,520 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA 
(NA 

(na) 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 



131,321 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



270.287 
25.031 
68.276 
77.122 
7.113 
91.619 
10.125 
3 1 . 80 1 
38.380 
70.211 
55.130 
11.018 
23.066 
25.617 
91 .322 
67,137 



1 ,002,618 



506,056 

2,833 

395,735 

385,701 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 , 101 

(d) 

52,008 
1 ,115 

(d) 
(d) 

2,996 
(D) 

15,966 
167 
(D) 

10.111 
(D) 
(D) 

10,033 



375,351 

191,161 
50,955 
5,287 
32,626 
72,255 
10,107 
19,631 

10,292 

6,092 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

55,061 
3,366 
1,035 
9,713 

10,915 

112,718 

(D) 

25,068 

(D) 



121,208 

17,216 

1,592 

11,369 

51,010 

6,991 



15.110 
3.170 

13.891 

9.313 

777 

16,861 
1,176 
3.1C1 
1.1"9 

10.617 
6,918 
2.179 
6.111 
1.8C1 

15.136 

12.939 



333 

55,316 

53.862 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
193 
(D) 

9, 198 
101 
(D) 
(D) 
355 
(D) 

1,276 
30 

(D) 

1 .731 

(D) 

(D) 

1 , 152 



82,168 

39,586 
10.826 
1,262 
8,915 
12,153 
2,261 
3,866 

2,916 

815 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

11.622 

703 

261 

2,981 

10,671 

21,199 

(D) 

5,203 

(d) 



13,061 
6,837 

160 
2,151 
3.095 

801 



867.075 

61.107 

257.302 

173.001 

11.133 

315.513 

82.126 

62.126 

95.715 

208.681 

132.632 

10.629 

1 13.115 

99,031 

300.939 

258.088 



1.622.188 

6.398 

1 .368,736 
1,311,077 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
3,056 
(D) 

169,031 

2,760 

(D) 

(D) 

6,533 

(d) 

66.861 

551 

(d) 

36.281 

(D) 

(d) 

26,236 



1 ,512,069 

723,800 

198,666 

7,107 

156.930 

215.818 

11.882 

70,017 

'58,308 

11.329 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 
(d) 

269.915 

12,937 

1,793 

51,972 

200,213 

175,717 

(d) 

99,716 
(D) 



266,082 

116,609 

3,297 

11,129 

58,111 

16,603 



819.639 

51.795 

215,102 

160.251 

12.172 

288.166 

75.16B 

18.559 

79.71a 

192.577 

126.026 

37.687 

1 10.100 

93.128 

276.105 

238.012 



1,511, 100 

1,818 

1 ,276.619 

1 ,252.528 

(D) 

(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
3,056 
(D) 

161 ,695 

2,760 

(D) 

(D) 

6,031 

(D) 

65,192 

506 

(D) 

33,183 

(D) 

(D) 

21.297 



1.503,011 

712,730 

195,667 

7,082 

156,665 

213.516 

12,985 

66,785 

57.776 

13,267 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

26 3,196 

12.619 

1.180 

50.303 

195,766 

156,070 

(D) 

96.895 

(D) 



260.250 

111.332 

3.170 

39,578 

57,101 

15,766 



15.723 
1 .530 
1.268 
3.011 
331 
6.620 
2.020 
2.297 
2.727 
3.788 
2.277 
800 
1 .176 
1 .557 
5.397 
5.179 



55,878 

28.613 

205 

21.281 

23.718 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
12 
(D) 

2,175 
19 
(C) 
(D) 
105 
(D) 
721 
12 
(D) 
677 
(D) 
(D) 
198 



23,388 

9,011 
2,676 

203 
1,699 
2.623 

613 
1 ,226 

1,073 

261 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1,522 

173 

77 

638 

3,131 

8,165 

(D) 

1 .519 

(d) 



3,617 

2,187 

53 

559 

772 

276 



1 1 ,819 
1 .063 
3.699 
2.185 
2 36 
5.101 
1 .565 
1 .395 
1 .BIC 
3.125 
1 .961. 
551 
1 ,357 
1 ,379 
1.391 
1.258 



19,877 



21,626 

92 

21,075 

20,568 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 
(d) 
(d) 
(d) 
(d) 
(d) 
(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
12 
(D) 

2,213 

19 

(d) 

(D) 
93 
(D) 
680 
10 
(D) 
579 
(D) 
(D) 
125 



21.119 

8.576 
2.551 

169 
1 .687 
2.513 

551 
1 .069 

1 .016 

216 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1.331 

161 

69 

781 

3.323 

7.217 

(d) 

1 . 388 

(d) 



3.600 

2.085 

13 

500 

720 

252 



1.852 

115 

727 

1.781 

115 

3.580 

1 .213 

1 .079 

2.137 

1 .295 

529 

?58 

312 

500 

1,196 

2,635 



15,701 



(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
<NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

NA) 

(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 



(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

NA) 

'na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1 ,282 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified 
'Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of 



XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents sero. 



1-24 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF RETAIL TRADE-. 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 



Retail trade, total- 



Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises-.- 

Bakeries, without baking on premises 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c - 

Eating, Drinking Places 



Total- 



Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 



Total — 

Department stores ~ 

Dry goods, general merchantlise stores 

General stores- - 

Variety stores 

AppafeU Accessories Stores 



Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Chiltiren's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stares 

Men's, boys' clothing stores-- 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores -- - 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c --- 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Faminire, Home Fomishiogs, Appliance Dealers 



Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores--- 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores , 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, mtKnie stores. 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appUance stores-. --- 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores-. -- 

Automotive Group 



Total - 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) - 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c-- 



Gasoline Service Sfatioas 



Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers- 
Paint, KlaH.t, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores.. 
Hardware stores . - - - - - 



Drug Scores, Proprietary Stores 



Toul ... 

Drugstores. 

Proprietary stores. 



Establishments 



Total' 
( Number) 



With 
payroll 



17^,207 



5P.279 

?3i7U7 

1. lUU 

87 

SI'S 

ltuD6 

1 161 1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

289 

11278 



321985 

171610 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3l662 

12.1539 



BiO07 
30U 
3i252 
2il06 
21285 



91*467 

2 1089 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3l2''l 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1460 

■416 



818*444 
"1095 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
^.72t 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



10i382 

St 9445 

If 983 

2l05U 

2*^44 

206 



Saks 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Lumber, Bldg. Malls., Hardware, Fann Equipment Dealers 



181583 

114l')75 

7541 

25 

169 

a26 

lt3U9 

ltl91 

15a 

1447 

738 



24i5C9 

131812 

13l667 

54 

121 

21044 

81623 



5i735 
3C4 
2l312 
I12OO 
11919 



7i855 

I166I 

135 

273 

28 

1 1225 

1 1728 

1 l322 

406 

943 

21841 

2l269 

370 

202 

390 

302 



61112 

3il 17 

2l527 

334 

456 
3tl95 
1 i598 
1 i026 

571 



8l4C0 

5l633 

947 

ll542 

142 

130 



3l222i"70 

2l937li"25 

89i570 

li909 

22il4!4 

32i''50 

57i361 

(NA) 

(NA) 

13i52) 

64i920 



1 t073i»24 

628i444 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

51i696 

392iPe'C 



l638l715 

902.958 
360.908 
133l63C 
2401093 



I W41 I 13,517 



Other Reutl Stores 



Total — ' 

Liquor stores -"" 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) - 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers 

Fuel oil dealers. 

Ice dealers-.- --- -------- 

Hay, grain, feed stores-. -- i.l-Jl 

Farm, garden supply st.ores 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n 
'Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be 



ISi ?79 
';i637 
51022 
941 
I1O2I 
61 1 16 



61C.CI 
(NA) 
(NA) 



151305 

5f"45 

4i5S0 

725 

735 

l|i240 



5i191 

4i57C 

621 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(SI.OOO) 



15l066i290 



2l922il80 

2 1 695 1 337 

78i622 

1 1O93 

(D) 

I81I34 

53t855 

47i535 

61 320 

(D) 

53i294 



9541610 

580 1 472 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

45i018 

329 f 120 



I1 5841175 
902,958 
338,690 
IC81O74 
234t453 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



808 1 953 


779 


665 


133f076 


125 


882 


(NA) 


8 


113 


(NA) 




(D) 


(NA) 




(D) 


(NA) 


85 


990 


(NA) 


184 


025 


(NA) 


150 


047 


(NA) 


33 


978 


(NA) 


136 


830 


302155C 


296 


232 


(NA) 


258 


804 


(NA) 




(D) 


(NA) 




(D) 


171446 


16 


l33E 


211906 


20 


|558 



?2l013 
31634 
212147 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



13f419 
2l562 
11473 

5'!l6 
514 
212 
d1 
2f594 
640 



7141866 
427i868 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2861574 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2 1968 1 094 

2i555l584 

1751729 

181 l!49 

(D) 

391332 

(D) 



2 1 174 1 C 1 

792 1 170 

779i945 

65l868 

641 106 

371 i064 



5C7lf91 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1 l604i6e5 

2661 349 

176i7;7 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6391661 

H2i585 



667|482 

407 1 794 

353i671 

31 1O39 

23l084 

2591688 

ir9i144 

1 151728 

34i816 



2i9C4i100 

2 1 537 1 366 

148i863 

169i965 

(D) 

33|880 

(D) 



Il9s5i537 

774 1860 

771 t 105 

62 1 184 

59 1866 

327t522 



489i933 

466i344 

231589 



233i1 1 1 

165.335 

57i792 

62l105 

442i094 

3i344 

61 1 i441 

72i64v 



Payroll, workweek ended 
Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



197i369 

17Ci427 

6i716 

96 

(0) 

2i084 

12i279 

11l259 

I1O2O 

(D) 

4i158 



187.039 

1351159 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

61 399 

45i481 



232.738 
150.743 

37.217 
61612 

38 1 166 



I07i851 

15i997 

948 

(D) 

(D) 

1Cl646 

24.271 

20.438 

3.833 

20.286 

41.166 

36.373 

(D) 

(D) 

1.674 

4.437 



93.305 

60.246 

50.083 

5i680 

4i483 

33l059 

151007 

13.567 

4.485 

270.121 

233.908 

9.412 

22.994 

(D) 

2.020 

(0) 

78.1 17 



2OI1OO7 
60.618 
»C.6'=7 
11.589 
11 .798 



.759 
l204. 
129 
2. 

42. 
253 

241 . 
21 

84 



675 
508 
592 
059 
(D) 
157 
02t 
959 
069 
(D) 
787 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



876.467 

2i818.646 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

132.653 

925.168 



4,566.168 

2i995iije9 

7121275 

1231311 

7351491 



2i078i674 

292i993 

18.849 

(D) 

(D) 

194.341 

445.414 

374.1 19 

71 .295 

397,586 

820. 46U 

721 .986 

(D) 

(D) 

33.291 

88.926 



1.81 1 1973 

1 1 166.088 

964.653 

1 14.882 

86.553 

645.885 

292.6711 

263.704 

89.31 1 



28.719.670 



3.259.36(4 



1 17.162 

1.75U 

(D) 

36.716 

232.05b 

215.366 

16.69i 

(D) 

75.419 



3.481 .51 1 

2.542.265 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

105.537 

833.709 



3.950.230 

2.592.138 

640.346 

1 10.456 

607.290 



Il890il46 

2651753 

17i653 

(D) 

(D) 

1741747 

4091275 

3441989 

64i286 

360i242 

744.292 

654.595 

(D) 

(D) 

27.807 

62.777 



1.732.267 

1 .123.476 

930.930 

1 1 1 .149 

81 .397 

608.79] 

277.103 

248.993 

82.595 



FuU 
workweek 



065.041 

4.393.667 

176.592 

424.807 

(D) 

35.532 

(D) 

l'l6J3i982 



3i953i8l3 

1ll45i832 

1.561 .127 

221 .449 

239.:>57 



36.145 696.338 



4.988.976 

346.172 

170.518 

404.882 

(D) 

55.035 

(D) 



3.»:8l.532 

1 .109.1 14 

1 .482.1 19 

21 1 .395 

227i307 

651 i597 



59i331 

57.361 

1 .970 



125.300 

14.467 

20.359 

6.595 

8.764 

4.165 

734 

27.742 

6.071 



1l165i677 

1. 128. 464 

37.213 



2.455.576 
256.941 
418.273 
144.123 
177.191 
85i065 
1 1 ia7t 
539iaBf 
1041788 



75,103 

2l373 

40 

(D) 

1 1398 

7i138 

6i54e 

590 

(D) 

2l244 



1 17.809 

88.636 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

5.576 

23.595 



1 10.299 

51.569 

18.727 

3.717 

25.286 



46.671 

5.99) 

334 

(D) 

(D) 

4.136 

8,552 

7.194 

1.45 = 

8,887 

20,550 

171995 

(D) 

(D) 

1,017 

1 ,564 



29,584 
18,031 
14,932 

1 ,53e 

1,561 
11,553 
5,415 
4,475 
1 ,655 



76,625 

55i9U6 

2,751 

7,1 15 

(D) 

5J7 

(D) 



64,5/1 
19,642 
24,6j0 
3,245 
3,263 
15i761 



1 10411931 

1 1009.887 

32.044 



243.519 

597.751 

131 .639 

173.217 

81 .261, 

1 1 .427 

51 1.223 

99.599 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



1 .638 

30 

(D) 

1 .039 

5.242 

4.904 

338 

(D) 

1 .554 



92.787 

70.990 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3.391 

18.406 



79.004 
45.907 
13.303 
2.822 
16.972 



36.055 

4.313 

256 

(D) 

(D) 

2.961 

6.795 

5.700 

1 1095 

6 1809 

151155 

141 149 

(D) 

(D) 

666 

1 .317 



25.215 
15.397 
13.606 
1.421 
1 .370 
9.816 
4.580 
3.664 
1 1354 



701388 

50i761 

2.535 

6.201 

(D) 

459 

(D) 



67.984 
18.415 
22.046 
2.930 
2.929 
11 1654 



29i547 

281218 

1 1329 

46,750 
5l797 
6l895 
2l535 
2i771 
1 1239 
250 
IO1I08 
1 1925 



1.514 

92 

(D) 

1.499 

1.747 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

1.273 



39.177 

21.613 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.974 

14i544 



7l273 
14 
21981 
2 1455 
1.751 



6.571 

1,657 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.849 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

473 

387 



8.739 
4,275 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
4,434 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



IO1W8 

51735 

21103 

1i4'32 

(D) 

202 

(D) 



17i«91 
61 497 
2i444 
u?3 
l.nP9 
6.790 



22.254 

21.293 

951 

40.059 
4.541 
5.159 
2. 144 
2.665 
1.111 
219 
9.230 
1 .713 



6l?08 
(NA) 
(NA) 



20. "42 
3.1131 
1 .965 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

216:^0 

1 t"69 



Not i^lsewherc classified. XXX Not applicable, 

classified by detailed kind of bubineiia. 



(Z) Lo« than $S(X). 



Represents lero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-25 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE-. 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



Establishment 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments^ 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(51,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUani) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tora (im- 
incorpo- 
rat^ 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL--Con. 



Other Renil Stores— Coa. 

Jewelry stores 

Book stores.. . 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands.. 

News dealers, i 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores. 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply e 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores _ 

Office, store machine and equipment dealeiS- 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 



NoDstore Retailers 



Total. 

Total . 



Mail Order Houses 



Food . 



Geaer^ merchandise group, total 

Department store mercnandise-.. 
Dry goods, general merchandise.. 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total * 

Slen's, boj-s' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home fiiroishtogs, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home fumishings 

Hoiisehold appliances, radios, TV 



Other maii order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Limiber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods 

Tobacco products 

Gifta, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instrumenta 

Cameras, photographic supplies 
Other 



Direct Selling (house-to-house) Orgaoixattons 
Total 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables 

Milk 

Bakery prtjducta. 
Other food, n.e.c. 



Dry goods, general merchaadise. 



Appareh accessories, total 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel. 



Furniture, home (iiroisliiogs, appliances, total. 

Furniture. . 



Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV-. 



Other, total 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery 

Other 

Merchaadise Vending Machine Operators 

Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream 

All other beverages (except milk) 

Tobacco products 

Other 



■J0^ 
2^] 
6S5 
93 
lllOU 
14 116 
378 
bl9 

189 

i?e 

Z30 

227 

731 

It25'> 



126 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 



7, IB"* 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



H99 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NAll 



11561 
15<4 
173 
355 

U7 
720 
252 
160 
«35 
350 
159 

H8 
1146 
163 
731 
656 



115 
9 



26 
583 



1 1 1 t075 

(D) 

19i795 

31 iB30 

(D) 

38i798 

114.6149 

9.8S0 

18i5eC 

140.766 

(D) 

(D) 

11 i?ue 
12.71414 

36.756 
32.955 



1432,923 



238.085 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 



(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 



33.863 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



96.149> 

(D) 

18,913 

26.470 

1 .303 

33.480 

10.579 

6.906 

14.522 

37,576 

(D) 

5.174 

(D) 

(D) 

36.756 

' 27.231 



361,591 

237,671 

399 

206. 373 
206,373 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
140 

(d) 

26,837 

Id) 
(d) 

3.516 
(D) 

7,023 
535 
(D) 
565 
(D) 
(D) 

3, 180 



95. 135 

28.574 

14.780 

359 

551 

7,505 

597 

4,824 

4,815 

4.919 

I'd) 



(D) 
(D) 

22.455 

770 

1,457 

6,666 

15.532 

54,574 

4, 122 
50.252 



23.735 

11,933 

569 

2, 139 
11.590 

2.449 



14,935 

(D) 

3.665 

3.219 

1 49 

6.626 

1 .186 

655 

1 .688 

6.178 

(D) 

714 

(D) 

2.183 

5,572 

4.444 



50, 186 
58 



25,571 
25,371 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

21 

(d) 

4.426 

(D) 

(d) 

1 .602 

(D) 

1 ,522 

79 

(D) 

37 

(D) 

(d) 

474 



.700 

.336 

47 

91 

689 

147 

840 



469 

(d) 



(D) 
(D) 

4,326 
141 
554 
542 

3.289 

7,342 

1 .264 
6,078 



2.758 

1 ,587 

77 

257 

607 

230 



290.141 

(D) 

68,742 

61 .721 

2.771 

126,481 

23.587 

13.J29 

35.221' 

128.722 

(D) 

14,391 

(D) 

42.733 

1 10,742 

90,731 



1,010,852 

603,775 

497 

512,212 
512,212 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
420 
(C) 

83,507 

(D) 

(D) 

23,324 

(D) 

30,557 

1 ,548 

(d) 

1 . 191 

(D) 

(d) 

10.013 



557.221 

89,904 

55.326 

419 

1.805 
15.261 

2.935 
15,603 

57, 141 

8,417 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

85,498 

2,705 

7,095 

10,758 

62,942 

138.261 

21,998 
116.265 



49,856 

26,540 

1 .356 

6.029 

11.028 

4,903 



274,476 

(D) 

55,960 

57,232 

2.374 

1 15.591 

19.591 

1 1,597 

31,375 

121 ,284 

(D) 

13,532 

(D) 

41 ,552 

103, 32t 

85,927 



544,740 
488 



456,720 
456,720 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
320 
(D) 

80,083 

(D) 

Id) 

22,037 

(o) 

29.816 

1 ,523 

(D) 

1 .085 

(D) 

(D) 

9,656 



349.456 

36.902 

55.501 

562 

1.766 
14.683 

2,225 

14. sen 

56.785 

7,979 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

82, 115 

2,528 

6,895 

10, 541 

62,351 

155,655 

21,765 
113.892 



48. 144 

25.645 

1.266 

5,796 

10,799 

4.638 



5.149 

(D) 

1,171 

1,145 

55 

2.744 

708 

468 

1,012 

2,142 

(D) 

294 

(D) 

6B5 

2.090 

1 ,926 



11 ,962 

11 



10,395 
10,395 



(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

14 

(D) 

1,410 

(D) 

(d) 

510 
(D) 
451 

19 
(D) 

42 
(D) 
(D) 
180 



1 .452 

772 

18 

22 

242 

60 

558 

715 

154 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

1.590 

45 

105 

174 

1 .263 

2.536 

591 
1 ,995 



824 

451 

24 

96 

139 

84 



4.444 
(D) 

1,034 

921 

4b 

2,198 
470 
34d 
7S3 

I ,t31 
(D) 
243 
(D) 
529 

1 .755 

1 ,551 



8.524 
8,524 



(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

6 

(d) 

.263 

(d) 
(D) 
429 
(D) 
418 

18 
(D) 

27 
(D) 
(D) 
168 



1 ,295 

745 

1 1 

20 

221 

54 

264 

701 

108 

In) 



(d) 

(D) 

1 .560 

40 

100 

165 

1.255 

2, 191 

576 
1,815 



734 
577 



181 

75 



2.727 
(D) 
237 
728 
(D) 

1,305 
403 
396 
916 
539 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
242 
619 

1,343 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 



7.267 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 



536 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for estabUahments without payroll which could not be claasified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents aeio. 



1-26 



RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Connnued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 



Reuil trade, total _ 



Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, out, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eatiog, Driokiog Places 

Total... 

Eating places (except refreshment stacds) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers __ 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands __ 

Drinking places 

Geaeral Mercbaodise Group 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores. 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 



Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores _ 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and fumiahings stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothmg, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c — 



Foraiture, Hoioe Furoishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total -- 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores .._ _ 

Radio. TV stores 



AutomotiTe Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) — 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers. 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Total. 



Lumber, Bldg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total _ .,. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumlier. building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores _ 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores ,_ . _ __ _ 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Tool 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice doalers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Licjuefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers,. . 

Ice dealers... 

Hay, grain, feed stores. . 
Farm, garden supply stores 



55,727 

"6,912 

l.;j03 

llCl 1 

1.575 

2.00U 

1.265 

(NA) 

(NA) 

56« 

1.2C1 



35.658 

20.705 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.C53 

M.b02 



1 '.5149 

5.707 
<..373 



1u. 177 

2.1(32 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

■5.171 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

oOO 

aP5 



1 UU37 
6t9fl2 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
ti.ans 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 U<i75 

5.016 

3fCU7 

2.657 

«'6 

210 

27 



.1.2131 
1.532 
2.629 
718 
564 
5.785 



'.ill 
(NA) 
(NA) 



27.351 
3.678 
3,011 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
i.-i9'j 
I. I'i3 



With 
payit)ll 



21.051 
19.666 
613 
155 
183 
761 
993 
877 
116 
398 
679 



23.731 

15.115 

15.074 

82 

259 

2.177 

6.142 



8.107 
447 
3.165 
2.339 
2.156 



121235 

2.142 

273 

519 

56 

1.2 = 4 

2.457 

1.867 

590 

21118 

1.537 

3.569 

126 

512 

660 

291 



8.833 

5.488 

1.204 

315 

969 

3.345 

1.388 

11232 

725 



9.115 

1.772 

1 .721 

21201 

268 

156 

27 



7.382 
1.382 
2(137 
538 
368 
2.957 



6.191 

5l"i4 

907 



16.335 

2.656 

2.035 

788 

579 

543 

125 

1.631 

779 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(Ji,ooo» 



20.608.887 



4.727.629 

4.380.095 

66.4n7 

37.999 

46.351 

47.28C 

53.066 

(NA) 

(NA) 

31 .729 

62.l-'-5 



1 .330. U 5 

932.696 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

73.447 

322.5r8 



2.385.647 

1 .253.471 

(D) 

(D) 

441 .163 



1 .283.176 

213.496 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

499.719 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3e.2r3 

19.1 16 



.054.056 
687.962 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
365.1' 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3l773l753 

3.055r039 

362.638 

279.099 

31.807 

40.751 

3.951 



1 .397.398 

256.0(>4 

701.012 

52.653 

43.721 

340. 0r9 



691. 0r5 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2.053.365 

512.^69 

318. ?76 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NAl 

(NA) 

434.978 

128.231 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



19.033.539 



4.071 .015 

3.795.079 

55.347 

(D) 

(D) 

30.092 

48.858 

(D) 

(D) 

27.561 

53.143 



.212.493 

865.374 

835.510 

(D) 

(D) 

54.253 

282.866 



2.270.807 

1.253,474 

(D) 

(D) 

434.733 



1.252.540 

208.075 

19.235 

63.348 

3.317 

122.175 

255.425 

208,931 

45.491 

215.173 

490.259 

426.025 

17.164 

47.070 

35,959 

17.748 



1 .010.971 

654.171 

572.1 19 

31.035 

61 .020 

316.800 

125.137 

172.355 

48.308 



3.7r 1 .215 

3.011 .537 

319.140 

270.339 

29.221 

35.627 

3.951 



1.355.858 

251 .580 

693.738 

48.875 

40.91U 

320.755 



. 



573.283 

625.403 

17.88U 



1.871 .387 

471.905 

303,984 

65.495 

87,797 

141,797 

7,891 

421 ,184 

120,539 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



259,273 

237,570 

4,402 

(D) 

(D) 

3,367 

11 ,092 

(D) 

(D) 

2.420 

5.290 



233.465 

186.611 

178.789 

(D) 

(D) 

9.551 

37,273 



329.905 

210.093 

(D) 

(D) 

55.436 



165.968 

27.195 

2.042 

8.611 

382 

15.131 

34.955 

29.133 

5.822 

32.083 

64.945 

55.522 

3.001 

5.423 

3.780 

3.008 



155.1 14 

106.954 

89.592 

5.692 

11 .670 

48.160 

19.053 

22.586 

5.521 



355.150 

302.970 

19.775 

36.055 

4.218 

1.734 

408 



1 10.527 



163.359 

26.945 

83.755 

7.330 

7.671 

37.5'55 



95.602 

90.997 

4.6''5 



184.517 
23.359 
40.329 

6.081 
15.438 
11.991 

1 .819 
21.075 

9.615 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



41 .823.621 



.219.446 

.578.636 

84.777 

(D) 

(D) 

65.027 

234.801 

(D) 

(D) 

48.364 

107.198 



1.655.517 

3.715.156 

3.561 .569 

(D) 

(D) 

192.289 

719.1 72 



5.615,530 

4.303.472 

(D) 

(D) 

1.260.1 14 



3.102.558 

191 .082 

37.51C 

154.351 

6.771 

292.110 

625.906 

525.489 

100.417 

61 1 .160 

1 .237.213 

1 .071.159 

58.051 

105.003 

74,290 

61 .917 



2.978.376 
2.039.981 
1.682.123 
1 13.874 
243.981 
938.395 
369.521 
138.825 
130.019 



5.712.215 

5.525.985 

370.447 

596.944 

74.938 

32.983 

9.946 



3.151.885 
517.502 

1.523.207 
143.566 
1 63.008 
707.103 



1 .843.856 

1 .755.166 

88.390 



3.513.942 
433.855 
790.553 
172.580 
326.861 
259.200 
31 .913 
402.574 
183.847 



Standard Notea: (D) Withheld to avoid diflclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 
' Group totals may include data for estabUahmenta without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of bi 



FuU 
workweek 



39.279.783 



4.648.967 

4.059.708 

76.798 

(D) 

(D) 

59.303 

220.392 

(D) 

(D) 

14.227 

98.470 



4.359.358 

3.193.91 1 

3.317.853 

(D) 

(D) 

168.311 

697 ll 16 



5.930.875 

3.910.755 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .070.875 



2.883.031 

447.039 

35.829 

143.475 

5.400 

261 .335 

597.756 

502.11 1 

95.315 

553.739 

1 .155.231 

1 .005.552 

53.312 

97.357 

58.31 1 

59.955 



2l901 .555 
1 .991 .518 
1 .619.511 
1 10.531 
231 .473 
910.117 
360.411 
425.520 
124.1 13 



5.508.549 

5.455.551 

361 .935 

668.292 

70.827 

32.183 

9.751 



3.056.621 

509.557 
1 ,568.196 
141 .090 
15B.323 
579.455 



1 .593.431 

1 .613.419 

80.012 



3.101 .025 
417.240 
763.891 
159.015 
322.351 
251 .442 
31 .086 
385. 06i; 
177.109 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

[Number! 



121.549 

108.012 

1.917 

(D) 

(D) 

2.190 

3.855 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .319 

2.700 



115.81 1 

1 18.361 

1 14.122 

(D) 

(D) 

6.477 

20.973 



180.130 

97.255 

(D) 

(D) 

52.920 



75.523 

10.711 

613 

3.355 

116 

5.630 

11 .856 

9.721 

2.112 

17.541 

32.226 

27.885 

1.552 

2.789 

2.093 

1 .053 



51 .915 

35.511 

29.073 

1 .757 

1.71 1 

15.404 

6.171 

7.483 

2.150 



102.086 

81 .444 

6.050 

12.583 

1.232 

515 

152 



53.02S 



54.512 
8.995 

27.350 
2.256 

2.421 
13.490 



45.452 

42.196 

2.956 



68.939 
7.985 

11.540 
4.046 
5.0^2 
4.717 
585 
8.192 
3.757 



Full 

workweek 



91 .285 

77.529 

1.486 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .732 

5,008 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .091 

21205 



128.003 

105.109 

101". 552 

(D) 

(D) 

4.885 

18.009 



132.617 

77.506 

(D) 

(D) 

33.255 



59.889 

7.571 

513 

2.389 

120 

4.552 

10.085 

8.318 

1 .768 

12.576 

27.005 

23.199 

1.212 

2.254 

1.671 

977 



18.952 

331649 

271718 

1 .660 

4.271 

15.303 

5.147 

61955 

21191 



98.735 

79.953 

5.750 

1 1 .286 

1.105 

481 

150 



511066 
8.730 

25.555 
2. 164 
2.275 

12.212 



35.869 

34.539 

2.330 



61 1957 
7i 186 

13.442 
3.462 
4.96V 
4.375 
635 
7.176 
3i445 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



58,552 

49,071 

It 126 

(D) 

(D) 

21092 

11383 

(NA) 

(NA) 

559 

1,111 



35.291 
2J3.231 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.919 

9.997 



12,322 

'6 

(D) 

(D) 

1.776 



1 1,378 

1.363 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.191 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

825 

379 



10,389 
6.268 
^NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
4.065 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



9,441 

3, 192 

3,385 

2.168 

.395 

253 

1! 



28, 330 



7.917 
1.217 
1 .977 
541 
533 
31615 



5.532 

(NA) 
(NA) 



26,30} 
3.245 
2.579 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1.643 
1.131 



XXX Not apt>licable. (Z) Leaf than UOO. . . . Rcpreaenta lero. 



liNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-27 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE-. 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continucd 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of busines 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 

payroll 
(SI, 000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



ToUl 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

( N umber ) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (an- 
incorpo. 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



SOUTH ATLANTIC--Con 

Other Retail Stores— Cod. 

Jewelry stores 

Book stores .. 

Stationery stores — 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores . 

Florists- 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands. 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores __ 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores — 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers- 
Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores — 



Nonstore Retailers 



Mail Order Houses 



Food 



General merchandise group, total 

Department store merchandise, _ 
Dry goods, general merchandise- 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Slen's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women s ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home furnishiogs, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Hoiisehold appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry. .. 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods 

Tobacco products 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other 



Direct Selling (house-to-house) Organizations 
Total 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables. 

Milk 

Bakery products. , 
Other food, n.e.c. . 



Dry goods, general menjiantlise.. 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Men's, boys' clothing and fumishinga 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes. - 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliaatxs. tcKal.. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Ho'jsehold appUances, radios, TV 



Other, total 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery.. 
Other.. 



Merchandise Vending BAaidiine Operators 



Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream 

All other beverages (except milk). 
Tobacco products 

Other - 



i.i;21 

28C 
311 
o96 
177 
2.172 

;ue 
liu 

63 
292 
71 
333 

200 

434 

i.732 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8, 190 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NAl 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



627 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



2.137 

192 

2I?9 

492 

69 

1.360 
190 
396 

ai2 

U37 
225 
57 
265 
148 
934 
ll220 



1 ,622 



359 
68 

20 
28 

M-5 
24 

174 



545 
71 
14 

114 

1 44 



55 

297 



291 
95 
12 
49 
81 



54 



181 .0^8 

(D) 

36,649 

40.076 

4, 507 

59.108 

(D) 

22.S68 

34.P91 

43.588 

22.277 

5.r78 

15.841 

10.356 

(d) 

55.713 



(d) 

(NA) 



(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



231.911 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



169.284 

(D) 

(D) 

34.412 

(D) 

51 .010 

(D) 

17,134 

26.697 

(D) 

20.703 

4.75U 

14.321 

9.556 

(d) 

50.369 



(D) 

2,024 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

12, 824 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
692 

(D) 

(D) 
283 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

18,605 

(D) 

(d) 

4, 195 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

1 ,520 

87 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,761 



158,957 

57,011 
20,801 

6. 581 
799 

8,545 
12,057 

8,42 8 

15,243 

3,887 

272 

1 ,722 

1 ,040 

(D) 

(D) 



40,859 

5.825 

559 

9, 185 

25, 310 

41,957 

159 

14,485 

27,313 



(D) 
24,910 

689 

4,086 

28,828 

(D) 



30.332 

(D) 

(D) 

4.338 

(D) 

9,349 

(D) 

1 .626 

3.075 

6.025 

2.7?5 

844 

3,870 

2.046 

(D) 

8.464 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,027 

(D) 

(lO 

(D) 

75 

(D) 

(D) 
71 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

3.253 

(i>) 

(D) 
445 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
189 
6 
(D) 

Id) 

214 



36, 131 

1 1 ,252 
3, 341 
1 ,874 
50 
939 
3,463 
1,565 

5,250 

684 
10 
424 
166 
(D) 
(D) 



10,782 

1,034 

162 

2,520 

7,066 

8, 185 

55 

2,455 

5,715 



(D) 

3,509 

80 



Stantlard Notes: 



(D) Withheld to avoid tlisclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



734 
2, 191 
(D) 
XXX Not applicable 



573.873 

(D) 

(D) 

83.725 

(D) 

179.348 

(D) 

32.170 

60,505 

1 13.969 

53.933 

15.363 

72.630 

41 .137 

(S) 

170.1 14 



(D) 



(D) 

(n) 

(D) 
(D) 

20, 316 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1,343 

(D) 

(D) 
1 ,273 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

72, 143 

(D) 
(D) 
10, 326 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
6, 394 
249 

(d) 

(D) 

4. 169 



665,278 

193,955 
64,749 
11,508 
1,118 
20,651 
64,709 
51,218 

111, 592 

12,610 

225 

7.674 

3.435 

(D) 

(D) 



205,838 

19,964 

5,421 

50,002 

152.451 

141,285 

765 

45,761 

94,759 



(D) 

143,280 

1 ,572 

13,682 

44,054 

(d) 



559.184 

(D) 

(D) 

78.53'> 

(D) 

167.287 

(D) 

28.036 

')4.91C 

109.886 

51 .104 

14,353 

71 .582 

40.219 

(D) 

162.410 



(D) 



(D) 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 

16,060 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1,331 

(i) 

(D) 
1 ,254 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

71 ,237 

Id) 

(D) 
10,265 

(d) 

(C) 

(d) 

6,010 
195 
(D) 
(D) 

4,053 



651.251 

189,406 
63,293 
11 ,592 
1,065 
20,574 
62,894 
30, 188 

110,471 

12,057 

200 

7,483 

3,267 

(D) 

(D) 



203,481 

19,441 

3,414 

48,956 

131.670 

135.836 

675 

45,868 

91,293 



(D) 

142,991 

1 ,467 

13,602 

43.659 

(D) 



9.971 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .552 
(D) 

4.537 
(D) 

1 .2J3 

1.7 

2.070 
979 
357 

1.0 
579 
(D) 

3.663 



(D) 



(n) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

486 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
17 

(D) 

(D) 
21 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
218 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
112 
8 
(D) 
(d) 
64 



,011 
891 
176 
32 
321 
862 
729 



225 

6 

138 

55 

(d) 

(d) 



5,925 

350 

53 

931 

2,589 

2, 550 

12 

603 

1 ,735 



(d) 

,286 

26 

203 

605 

(D) 



9.230 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .331 

to) 

3. 760 
(D) 
896 

1 .383 

1 .686 
b56 
303 
959 
639 
(0) 

3.266 



22,8051 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

301 
(D) 

(n) 

(D) 
15 

(n) 

(D) 
20 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 



(E) 
(D) 
215 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
100 
4 
(D) 
(D) 
80 



2, 812 
835 
167 
28 
313 
805 
664 

1 ,942 



(D) 
(D) 



5 32 

55 

699 

2,560 

2,065 

10 

528 

1.527 



(D) 
,266 
23 
199 
587 
(D) 



2,707 
(D) 
(D) 
865 
(D) 

2.430 
(D) 
763 

1 ,754 
615 
248 
75 
P53 
217 

(d). 

1,748 



(0) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8,265 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(Z) Less than $S(X). 



Represents zero. 



1-28 



RETAIL TRADE -ARhA STATISTICS 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE- 1934-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 



Retail trade, total. 



Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets --- --■ 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises 

DeUcatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c — - 

Eating, Drinking Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 

Total ■ 

Department stores.. - 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores ■ — 

General stores 

Variety stores ;- 

Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total -- - 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men 's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores. 

Millinery stores 

Qothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total--. 

Furniture, home furnishing stores 

Furniture stores — 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores.. 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores.- - 



Aatomodre GfOap 
Total. 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) — . 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



Gasolioe Scxrice Stations 



Total - 



Lumber, Bldg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers ..- 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers -- -- 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers -.- 

Ice dealers - 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores- 



5t222 

'1308 
259 

Ul2 
318 
333 
(NA) 
(NA) 
138 
2?2 



3.063 

i\ 1"6 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

I. 153 

2.731t 



.6<'2 
I 36 
1 10b 
.(J76 
. 30C 



.761 

.020 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
.e39 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
237 
122 



>J.o59 
2.bl9 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2.02C 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5.666 
2.595 
I.5C7 
1.371 
99 
68 



5.051 

1.059 

I.U27 

327 

?.u29 



3.3BO 
(NA) 
(NA) 



10. all 

1.CU5 

1.356 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

97C 

655 



With 

payroll 



1 1lOC6 
10.050 

157 



160 

275 

263 

12 



9.U63 

6l521| 

6.1161 

12 

51 

823 

2.1 16 



"tl9a2 
136 
2|182 
1lM9a 
1.166 



5.037 

882 

1 13 

227 

1U 

528 

788 

617 

171 

1 .507 

1.591 

1.237 

209 

115 

177 

92 



3.779 

2.259 

1.9111 

96 

2119 

1.520 

796 

489 

235 



4.HC6 
2|il 

789 

1 1087 

77 



112 



1.045 
953 

1.171 
?65 
127 

1.529 



2.9C6 

2.571 

335 



6.539 
831 
899 
503 
273 
31 
91 
782 
1163 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

(Sl.OOO) 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e 

' Gioup totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be cUuviified by lietailcd kind of bUHincHS. 



5.354.1(12 



1 .981 .884 

1 .901 .359 

21 .'90 

(D) 

10.?5« 

8.500 

13.777 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

14.215 



434.920 

320.585 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

24.331 

89.862 



1 .005. 1C2 

407.719 

(D) 

(D) 

162.180 



512.686 
74.981 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

180.61 3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

lO.Pi'7 

5.071 



396.976 
255.316 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
141.344 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .688.76 1 

1 .363.584 

171. f 

133.394 

5.6?3 

(D) 

ID) 



638.137 
156.296 
275.287 
23.947 
14.365 
167.554 



256.185 
(NA) 
(NA) 



703.1177 

135.997 

84.683 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

168.936 

71.01'3 

Not elMi'whcii 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



1.594.270 

1.529.945 

18.854 

(D) 

4.778 

6.434 

12.867 

12,318 

549 

(D) 

11 .789 



389.200 

287.429 

262,863 

696 

3.870 

20,919 

80,852 



918.800 

407,719 

• (D) 

(D) 

160,214 

500,214 

72,497 

7.563 

27,176 

(D) 

(D) 

83.034 

68,955 

14,079 

153.098 

176,805 

157,949 

7,562 

1 1 ,294 

9.947 

4.833 



376.562 

245.728 

224.571 

7.692 

13.465 

130.834 

61 .515 

55.565 

13,654 



1.651 .485 

1.356,548 

148,654 

127,458 

5,443 

(D 

ID) 



612.967 
152.506 
269.101 
22.673 
13.039 
155.648 



246.419 

233.881 

12.53b 



635,383 

128,171 

79,42b 

35,314 

37.401 

(B) 

(D) 

162,592 

66,233 

rlajisitied 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



98iln5 

91 ,086 

1 ,519 

(D) 

266 

904 

2,774 

2,662 

1 12 

(D)" 

775 



69,886 

56.595 

55,128 

148 

1.319 

3.162 

10.129 



120.629 

66.404 

(D) 

(D) 

23.350 



62.924 

9.299 

822 

3.801 

(d) 

(d) 

10.502 

8.943 

1.559 

18.479 

22.660 

19.999 

1 ,346 

1 .315 

1 .064 

920 



52.023 

34.889 

31.166 

1 .409 

2.314 

17.134 

8.535 

5,942 

1 ,657 



146,617 

121 .717 

7.353 

16.322 

608 

(d) 

(Dl 



71 .291 
14.401 
34.525 
3.285 
2.361 
16.718 



.976 

.731 
.245 



« 0.745 
5.289 
1 1 .31^3 

4.255 
5.1 92 
(D) 
(D) 
8.422 
4.0O4 

X.\.\ Not aj 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUiu^) 



1.854.752 

1 ,712,289 

29,880 

(D) 

5,075 

18,471 

58,294 

55,323 

1 ,971 

(D) 

15,570 



1 ,443,704 

1 ,181 .124 

1.152.351 

3,513 

25,250 

62.697 

199,883 



2,422,028 

1 ,373.022 

(D) 

(D) 

446.404 



1 .188.204 

169.939 

15.428 

64.980 

(D) 

(D) 

188.376 

159.678 

28.698 

355.582 

435.346 

382.709 

25.754 

26.873 

20.693 

17.266 



981 .315 

653.238 

582.03 

25.419 

44.784 

328.077 

162.1 74 

132.305 

33,0'5e 



2,729.294 

2.264.413 

141 .563 

299.949 

1 1 .667 

(D) 

(D) 



1 .383.713 

282.758 

669.161 

61 .664 

48.698 

321 .422 



631 .319 

608.619 

22.700 



1.223.709 



100.J39 

244.1 24 

94.624 

131 .456 

(D) 

(D) 

167.932 

79.953 

pplicabli 



FuU 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



14.390,554 



1 .651 .993 

1.519.026 

28.809 

(D) 

4.738 

16.675 

54.935 

53.071 

1 .864 

(D) 

14.296 



1 .360.744 

1 .1 19.853 

1 .092.510 

2.915 

24.426 

55.510 

185.381 



2.192.748 

1.268.468 

(D) 

(D) 

377.1 14 



1 .096.338 

155.954 

14.634 

59.486 

(d) 

(D) 

178.560 

151 .957 

26.603 

318.020 

408.278 

358.978 

24.319 

24.981 

19.136 

16.388 



954.420 

638.983 

571 .200 

25.58 

42.202 

315.437 

158.259 

126.279 

30.899 



2.599.150 

2.245.95b 

139.332 

291 .169 

11.318 
(D) 
ID) 



1.330.961 

277.241 

635.565 

59.405 

47.692 

31 1.037 



589.733 

569.0911 

20.639 



1.171 .522 



95.601 
235.312 

89.299 

129.734 

(D) 

(D) 

160. 26U 

75.84i 

(Z) Leas than WOO. 



Paid emplo.vees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



49.337 

45.512 

650 

(D) 

146 

604 

1 .549 

1 .502 

47 

(D) 

410 



52.943 

44.207 

43.468 

103 

636 

2.377 

6.359 



67.609 
29.539 

(D) 

(D) 

19.570 



33.024 

4.133 

267 

1.53" 

(d) 
(d) 

4.133 

3.418 

715 

1 1 .285 

12.447 

10.944 

740 

763 

565 

361 



18.515 

12.278 

10,674 

439 

965 

6,237 

3.093 

2.489 

655 



44. 072 

55.51 1 

2.554 

5.516 

221 

(D) 

101 



25,751 
5.253 

1 1 .995 

1.075 

763 

5.665 



16.9d6 

16.097 

669 



2.118 
4.913 
2.214 
2.3 
(U) 
(D) 
3.685 
1 .674 



Full 
workweek 



35.257 

33.005 

575 

(D) 

116 

501 

1 .354 

1 .312 

42 

(D) 

330 



46.887 

39 . 5 1 5 

38.94f 

59 

601 

1 .826 

5.446 



49.931 

24.143 

(D) 

(D) 

12,128 



25,358 

2.918 

222 

1.029 

(D) 

(D) 

3,460 

2,882 

576 

7,785 

10.307 

9.075 

601 

631 

540 

348 



17.440 

11 .672 

10.414 

403 

855 

5.768 

2.943 

2.252 

563 



42.868 

34,92 

2.439 

5,139 

207 

(D) 

(D) 



23.919 

5.053 

10.947 

998 

731 

6. 1 



14.340 

13.639 

709 



22.900 
1 .879 
4.566 
1 ,93b 
2.271 
(D) 
(D) 
3.357 
1,518 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



31,979 

29,839 

300 

(D) 

474 

303 

384 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

325 



15.227 

10.679 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.157 

3.359 



6,859 

17 

(D) 

(D) 

883 



5.181 

677 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.512 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

277 

118 



4.841 
2,852 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1 .967 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5. -"51 

2.482 

1 .850 

1.221 

105 

(D) 

(D) 



5.364 
1.153 
1 .399 
257 
236 
2.311 



3.651 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 1 . 029 

1 ."84 

1 .254 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

923 

553 



Represents lero. 



UNITED STATES SUIVIMARY 



1-29 



Tabic IF. RETAIL TRADE-. 1934-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Total. aU 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 

menta with 
payroll 
(SI. 000) 



Payroll. 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweelt ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL — Con. 



Other Retsil Stores— Coo. 



Jewelry stores 

Book stores.- . ■ 

Stationery stores 

Sporting go(Kis stores , 

BicytJe stores 

Florists _ 

Cigar stores, staatJs 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store niachine and equipment dealers. 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores - 



Noostore Retailers 



Mail Older Houses 



FtKXl. 



General merchandise group, total 

Department store merchandise. _ 
Drj' goods, general merchandise- 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Slen's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women 's ready-to-wear. 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Fumittire, home furnishings, appliances, total. 

Furniture .- 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Limiber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies.. 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods 

Tobacco products. ^ 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other 



Direa Selling (house-to-house) Organizations 



Total 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables. 

Milk 

Bakery products.. 
Other food, n.e.c. 



Dry goods, general merchandise. 



Apparel, accessories, total 

^Ien's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready.to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home fiimishings, appliances, ttMal.. 

Furniture 

F\ooT coverings, draperies 

Other home fiu'mshings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other, total 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery.. 
Other. 



Merchandise Vending Machine Operators 



Total 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream .. 

All other beverages (except milk). 

Tobacco products 

Other- - '. 



,221 
109 

85 
356 

60 
,079 

70 
183 
^o^■ 
213 

75 

2it 

109 

8i| 

318 

909 



3,276 



(NA) 

(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 

(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 

(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 

(NA 

(na 

(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 
(NA 

(na 

(NA 

(na 
(na 

(NA 

(na 



2,936 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 



871 
69 
69 

19^ 

to 

691 
52 
69 

196 

m7 

71 
18 
75 
60 
318 
625 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



292 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) Not available. 



122 
38 
5 
15 
37 
27 



73.579 
5, 195 
6,963 

14,027 
1 ,76H 

29,966 

(D) 

■♦,093 

8,003 

It, 973 

6,250 

(D) 

5, 16t 

(d) 

13, 126 

27,71*8 



(D) 

(NA) 

NA) 
NA) 
NA) 
NA) 

NA) 
NA) 
NA) 
NA) 
NA) 

na) 

na) 

na) 
na) 

NA) 

na) 
na) 

na) 
na) 
na) 
na) 
na) 

NA) 
NA) 

na) 

NA) 
NA) 
NA) 
NA) 
NA) 



(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(na) 
(na) 

(na) 
(na) 
(na) 
(na) 



(d) 
(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



69,281 

4,665 

(D) 

1 1 ,895 

1 ,498 

25, 380 

(d) 

(D) 

5,929 

It, 073 

6, 188 

(D) 

4,570 

3,740 

13,126 

24.988 



(D) 
98 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



1 , 100 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 



42.308 

16,019 
(D) 
495 
431 
3,014 
954 
(D) 

5,089 

832 
(D) 
411 
132 

(d) 



8,924 
1,209 

929 
6,786 

1 1 , 444 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 
4,542 

314 

2,903 

10,062 

(d) 



1 1 



771 
526 
(D) 

1 , 302 
208 

4,366 
(D) 
(D) 
744 

2, 129 
829 
(D) 

1 , 107 
704 

2, 182 

3,765 



(D) 

9 

(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



113 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



8,841 

2, 102 
(d) 
85 
27 
289 
182 
(D) 

2.018 

179 
(D) 
103 
15 
(D) 



2,279 
193 



282 
1,804 



(D) 
(D) 



235, 196 
10, 138 

(D) 

25,505 

4,278 

87,556 

(D) 

(D) 
15,228 
45,475 
15,917 

(D) 
20, 160 
14,329 
43.295 
76,984 



(D) 
209 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



2.364 
(d) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



1.734 

170.498 

39.988 

(D) 

1 .512 

433 

6.084 

3.446 

(D) 

42,769 

3.71 1 
(D) 

2.071 
413 
(D) 



40.593 
4.015 



4.840 
31.738 



45,437 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



Group toUls may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(D) 
636 
50 
445 
467 
(D) 

XXX Not applicable 



(d) 
(D) 



(D) 

10.745 

516 

3,994 

8,457 

(d) 



228, 357 
9,441 

(D) 

24, 138 

4, 149 

80,863 

(D) 

(D) 
14,005 
42,245 
15,616 

(D) 
19,966 
14,005 
41 ,005 
72,029 



(D) 
188 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



2,216 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

Id) 



167,380 



39 



303 
(D) 
562 
413 
6.028 
3.429 
(D) 

41 .871 

3.665 
(D) 

2,056 
382 
(d) 



39,810 
3,750 



.724 
.556 



42.731 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
9.215 

516 
3,957 
8, 128 

(D) 



, 304 

291 

(D) 

506 

93 

,203 
(D) 
(D) 
45 7 
815 
508 
(D) 
284 
258 
910 

,744 



(D) 



(C) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



57 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

Vu) 

(D) 
(D) 



43 



684 

(D) 

31 



(D) 



(d) 
50 



(D) 



860 
69 



99 
692 



(D) 
(d) 



(d) 



141 
146 
(D) 



3,949 

237 

(D) 

443 

85 

1 ,884 
(D) 
(H' 
566 
767 
285 
(D) 
277 
223 
785 

1,502 



(D) 
6 



U>1 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



42 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



643 
(D) 



(0) 



51 
(D) 

29 

9 

(D) 



94 
672 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
161 
7 
137 
133 
(D) 



1,185 

93 

(D) 

357 

62 

1 ,244 

(D) 

(D) 

474 

208 

51 

(D) 

88 

94 

304 

895 



(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 



3,056 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 
(na) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents xero. 



1-30 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF RETAIL TRADE- 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continucd 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 

Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meatmarkets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises- 
Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c — 



Eating, Driokiog Places 



Total 

Eating places (ext^pt refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers, -- 

In-plant food contractoifl 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores.. 

General stores. 

Variety stores. 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 



Total - 

Shoe stores.. 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Furnimre, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Toul 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores — 

Floor covering stores _ 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique 
Hou.sehold appliance, radio, TV stores 

Hou.sehold appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



AutomotiTe Group 



Toul - - - — 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonf ranchised) _ 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Sutions 



Lumber, Bldg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Eqaipment Dealers 



Total .- 

Farm equipment dealers 

Limiber, building materials dealers. 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores- . 
Hardware stores 



Drug Stores, Proprieury Stores 



Toul 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores . 



Other Retail Stores 



Total .... . . 

Liquor stores - 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal , wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealeru. 

Fuel oil dealers . . 

Ice dealers... 
Hay, grain, feed stores. . 
Farm, garden supply st^ires 



Establishments 



Total" 
(Ntunber) 



lfri:i2'!3 



?7i555 

331&C2 

7 76 

270 

1:97 

531 

ISO 

(NA) 

(MA) 

59 

602 



27|5M5 

1 ft 1 I 89 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

;-.125 

9,129 



t,523 
217 
Ull05 
11878 
2t255 



3,939 

1,698 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3,20U 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

56U 

i6U 



7,929 
'1,522 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3,3U3 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 ■: , «60 
4, J6J4 
2,UC1 
2.!:25 

;.e5 

155 
12 



9,939 
1,^91 
'■ , 1 '^6 
713 
1193 
5,566 



nfcf-l 
(NA) 
(NA) 



19, mu 
1,1 "6 

1 ,58a 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
.,979 
rj6? 



With 
payroll 



16,559 

lm68S 

166 

92 

113 

223 

558 

525 

33 

U5 

Mm 



19,365 

12l1tl 

12,022 

42 

77 

1,563 

5,661 



6,353 
217 
2,897 
1,286 
1,953 



7,763 

1,490 

216 

351 

50 

873 

1,202 

901 

291 

1,563 

2,792 

2,173 

329 

290 

428 

206 



5,727 

3,420 

2,704 

2C7 

5C9 

2,307 

1,271 

691 

343 



7,728 
3,978 
1,251 
2ll'i5 
199 

i.':3 



12 



8,?15 
1,779 
3,662 
549 
353 
1,872 



5,' 

4,3<'9 

6S6 



I 1,228 

1,796 

Q06 



56 

156 

1,515 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



1it,806, 353 



3,344,564 

3,184,797 

59,?74 

(D) 

16,689 

10,EB3 

23,387 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(d1 

31 ,382 



867,963 

613, fr3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

46,626 

206,702 



,623,3»:7 
807,913 
433,580 
132, 5?2 
247,328 



866,558 

147, P36 

(NA) 

(N«) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

307,1*65 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

25,410 

12,990 



695, r93 
443,912 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
250,351 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3,095,018 

1,448, re9 

317,195 

276,rl8 

28,199 

(D) 

(D) 



1 ,299,f,97 

294,220 

751 iCCO 

51 ,841 

34,7r6 

167,640 



479, 3?4 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1 ,194,732 

209,370 

106,375 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA)i 

(NA) 

327,039 

59,444 



EstabUsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

Ol.OOO) 



13.656, 351 



2,885,362 

2,757,097 

51 ,626 

(D) 

(D) 

6,921 

20,065 

(D) 

(d) 

7,16B 
26,736 



772,603 

567,625 

557,812 

(D) 

(D) 

41 ,202 

163,776 



1 ,576,433 
807,913 
408,076 
117,826 
242,618 



844, 340 

143,238 

(D) 

49,237 

(D) 

73,757 

157,968 

132,702 

25,266 

207,455 

300,299 

258,550 

14,580 

27,069 

23,066 

12,312 



655,41 1 

424,538 

373,781 

23,68U 

£7,077 

230,873 

110,832 

78,638 

41 ,403 



2,992,696 

2,427,455 

252,613 

263, 34t 

26,897 

(D) 

(D) 



1 ,260,295 

288,072 

738,632 

49,337 

31 ,798 

152,456 



462,674 

439,122 

23,552 



1,060,978 

171 ,768 

98,915 

5,954 

77,628 

9,350 

5,983 

31 1,263 

55,892 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



173,980 
160,590 

3,964 
(D) 
(D) 
964 

4,486 
(D) 
(D) 
590 

2,256 



149,185 

IZ-I ,842 

1 19,298 

(D) 

(0) 

6,366 

20,977 



218,584 
132,290 

42,177 
7,610 

36,507 



110,347 

19,050 

(D) 

6,929 

(D) 

9,815 

21 ,330 

18,406 

2,924 

27,058 

38,703 

31 ,875 

2,736 

4,092 

2,092 

2,1 14 



89,338 
58,564 
49,998 

3,981 

4,585 
30,774 
15,867 

9,1 

5,748 



254,348 

206,079 

10,440 

33,342 

3,298 

(D) 

(D) 



133,245 

27,834 

76,423 

7,555 

4,940 

16,493 



61 ,233 

58,869 
2,364 



108,972 

9,210 

14,312 

7f2 

11 ,820 

6P5 

1 ,045 

15,287 

4,452 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUan) 



28,265,285 



3,368,199 

3,090,467 

79,261 

(D) 

(D) 

19,975 

97,985 

(D) 

(D) 

12,998 

46,847 



3,164,25a 

2,607,275 

2,556,250 

(D) 

(D) 

133,322 

423,661 



4,340,474 

2,696,566 

823,684 

144,1 15 

576,109 



2,192,056 
354,476 
(D) 
124,369 
(D) 
184,918 
397,484 
344,940 

52,544 
530,452 
817,670 
552,665 

52,786 
1 12,219 

48,050 

43,91" 



1,721 ,982 

1 ,122,831 

948,908 

81 ,715 

92,206 

599 ,151 

290,552 

177,504 

131 ,095 



4,875,580 

3,962,086 

203,087 

622,049 

65,926 

(D) 

(D) 



2,623,54 
539, 28r 

1,525,130 
148,446 
94,543 
316,145 



1,243,890 

1,197,64c 

46,25. 



2,125,554 
162,715 
285,560 

15,35? 
237,199 

13,926 

19,083 
304,732 

83,882 



Full 

workweek 



26,605,894 



2,996,571 

2,736,484 

76,613 

(D) 

(D) 

18,401 

93,050 

(D) 

(D) 

12,13C 

43,039 



2,985,050 

2,470,289 

2,423,901 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 19,174 

395,597 



3,851 ,280 

2,392,776 

743,759 

133,876 

580,869 



2,063,380 
332,055 
(D) 
1 15,884 
(D) 
172,682 
382,878 
332,789 

50,089 
494,222 
766,556 
614,914 

50,672 
100,980 

44,913 

42,746 

1 ,575,045 

1 ,098,892 

930,410 

79,721 

88,761 

577,153 

262,402 

172,614 

122,137 



4,813,584 

3,931 ,778 

197,542 

598,316 

65,129 

(D) 

(D) 



2,533,29fc 
526,063 

1 ,456,570 
144,856 
91 ,074 
304,735 



1 ,166,661 

I ,124,295 

42,356 



2,038,309 
155,798 
280,732 

14,907 
234,225 

13,206 

18,394 
293,025 

80,868 



Paid employees, 
workwe^ ended 
nearest Nov. X5 



Total 
(Numt>er) 



83,572 
76,532 

1,598 
(D) 
(D) 
658 

2,657 
(D) 
(D) 
299 

1,103 



105,421 

87,083 

83,771 

(D) 

(D) 

4,933 

13,405 



1 13,028 

55,569 

23,987 

4,160 

28,312 



51 ,559 

7,416 

(D) 

2,523 

(D) 

4,119 

7,573 

6,41.< 

1,153 

13,960 

20,307 

17,117 

1 ,359 

1 ,831 

1 ,405 

897 



30,140 

19,304 

16,439 

1,157 

1,708 

10,836 

5,481 

3,121 

2,234 



71 ,906 

56,351 

3,459 

10,868 

906 
(U) 
(D) 



44,894 
9,344 

25,318 
2,292 
1,485 
5,455 



32,124 

30,424 

1 ,700 



41,114 

3,561 

4,868 

304 

3,8<:8 

24e 

430 

6,34 

1 ,516 



FuU 
workweek 



61 ,822 

55,619 

1 ,471 

(D) 

(D) 

554 

2,392 

(D) 

(D) 

27C 

878 



93,550 

78,099 

75,995 

(0) 

(D) 

3,600 

1 1 ,551 



84,835 
45,331 
17,551 
3,397 
18,556 



42,619 

5,549 

(D) 

1 ,811 

(D) 

3,152 

6,728 

5,734 

994 

1 1 ,009 

17,200 

14,391 

1 ,193 

1 ,615 

1 ,194 

B39 



28,633 

18,393 

15,717 

1 ,095 

1 ,581 

10,140 

5,203 

2,924 

2,013 



69,757 

55,472 

3,303 

9,643 

844 

(0) 

(D) 



41 ,878 
8,923 

23,473 
2,175 
1,353 
5,943 



27,527 

26,151 

1,375 



37,339 

3,229 

4,672 

279 

3,777 

229 

3'!7 

5,799 

1 ,4H0 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
biisi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



40,404 

36,325 

898 

(D) 

(D) 

542 

839 

(NA) 

(NA) 

60 

625 



31,489 

18,675 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,274 

10,424 



3,858 
2,111 
1,515 



7,618 
1,016 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,598 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

624 

248 



7,907 
4,702 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3,141 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



10,595 

4,422 

3,251 

2,471 

255 

(D) 

(D) 



9, .-49 
2,192 
2,979 
S74 
471 
2,807 



6 , I16S 
(NA) 
(NA) 



19,M05 
2,995 

1,502 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1,921 
652 



KirtS^ay ^Z:'i^for ^^S^^^^^o.. j^^^^t^..^ be ch^ilied by .letailcd kind of bu„„e«„ 



Not el»ewhiTc rlaasified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Roprotenbi loro. 



UNITED STATKS SUMMARY 



1-31 



Table IF RETAIL TRADE: 195-4-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL--Con. 



-Cod. 



Other Rcttil Stores - 

Jewelry stores 

Book stores,,, 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stoi«s 

Bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, st&Dcb 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores _ _, 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers. 

Retail stores {except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 



Nonstorc Retailers 



Tool. 

Total, 



Mail Order Houses 



General mercbaadise group, total 

Department store merchandise.. 
Dry goods, general merchandise- 
Variety store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Slen's, boys' clothing and fumishingB 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furoilure, home fiirnishiiigs, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware. . 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry, 

Books, stationery 

Sporting goods 

Tobacco products 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other 



E>irect Selliog (bouse.to.hou5e) Orgaoizations 
Total 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables. 

Milk 

Bakery products. 
Other food, n.e.e. 



Dry goods, general merchandise . 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Slen's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, spetnalties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furoirare, home fomistiidgs, appliances, total. 

Furniture ._ _. 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other, total 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery.. 
Other 



Merchandise Veotliog Matdiine Operators 

Total 

Candy, nut, confectioneiy 

Milk, ice cream 

All other bevetages (except milk) 

Tobacco products 

Other 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



21 1 

27r 

90 
1.736 
271 
1484 
623 
t80 
139 
100 
260 
266 
667 
ItSUl 



5,030 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5,361* 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



578 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



With 
payroll 

(Niunlwr) 



1 1382 

143 

2C6 

UCl 

1*6 

It 060 
157 
181 
293 
332 
131 
60 
192 
166 
667 

11057 



116 
20 



21 
161 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

{J1,000) 



l«2.''90 
10l9«9 
33t?C5 
331966 

(D) 
■4141101 
8il495 
12i152 
lli5i-'3 
361896 
20lC17 

(D) 
1141531 
114 1524 
27i508 
52lfl46 



(D) 



(na) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Jl'.OOO) 



133i62i4 

IO1I55 

32 1 163 

29,396 

' (D) 

36i691 

6i738 

7ll432 

81 363 

314 1 500 

19,895 

(D) 

13,621 

12,916 

27,208 

144,902 



(D) 



(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 




(NA) 


. • ■ 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


(d) 


(.NA) 


_(D) 


(NA) 


356 


(NA) 


(d) 


(NA) 


> • • 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


3,996 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(d) 


(NA) 


511 


(NA) 


(d) 


(NA) 


. • • 


(NA) 


(d) 


(NA) 




(NA) 


(d) 


(NA) 


1 ,32"* 


,983 


102,595 


(NA) 


51 , 318 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


1,714 


(NA) 


796 


(NA) 


1 1 , 002 


(NA) 


574 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


8,265 


(NA) 


901 


(NAl 


(d) 


(NA) 


505 


(NA) 


119 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 




(NA) 


130 


(NA) 


20,243 


(NA) 


1 ,897 


(NA) 


377 


(NA) 


4,544 


(NA) 


13,425 


(NA) 


21,868 


(NA) 


. . . 


(NA) 


(d) 


(NA) 


(D) 


In) 


(d) 


(NA) 


9,881 


(NA) 


401 


(NA) 


2,481 


(NA) 


36,576 


(NA) 


(D) 



PayroU, 
entire 
year 



20,621 
1 1217 
61 790 
3l624 

(D) 
5iB55 

6C0 

693 
1 lO^O 
5i242 
2,557 

(D) 
3,196 
2,613 
4i3<'-l 
616I6 



34,871 
(D) 



32 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

33 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

525 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
44 
(D) 

(D) 

!d) 

209 



20,619 

9,771 

(D) 

329 

41 

1 ,634 

88 

(D) 

2,913 

142 

(D) 

57 

27 

(D) 

25 

4, 174 

265 

81 

585 

3,243 

3,619 



(D) 
(D) 



(d) 

1,042 

40 

342 

1,660 

(d) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
neai«st Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



4041947 
22 1 108 

126i771 
69i3U9 

(d) 

1 181069 
1 1 1344 
12i53o 
23i209 

105i329 
52i31 1 
(D) 
55i217 
49i061 
871474 

1351486 



755,749 
(D) 



963 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(6) 

739 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

10,853 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
936 
(D) 

(E.) 

I'd] 
4,301 



457, 157 

238,605 

(D) 

8,207 

804 

34,627 

1 ,935 

(D) 

62,389 

2,236 
(D) 
665 
523 
(D) 

534 

80, 182 

5,568 

2,911 

12,345 

59,358 

73,745 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
26,719 

957 

7,667 

29,466 

(D) 



Full 
workweek 

(DoUata) 



393 1 589 
20i579 

1 12i768 

67i437 

(D) 

1 101496 
101496 
1 1 1323 
20l765 

1C21493 
491912 
(D) 
53i546 
481048 
B3i068 

1281603 



725,555 
(D) 



662 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

689 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

10,003 
(d) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

809 
(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
3,864 



435, 138 

221,687 

(D) 

8, 163 

798 

34.035 

1 ,383 

(D) 

62,210 

2, 164 
(D) 
641 
523 
(D) 

486 

76,808 

5,490 

2,211 

11,723 

57,334 

72,269 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
26,546 

942 

7,634 

29.309 

(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



7iOJ3 
579 

2l027 

1 l272 
(D) 

2l863 
325 
469 
620 

ll777 
946 
(D) 
897 
799 

1 i7V6 

3i004 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(d) 
(d) 

17 
(D) 

Id) 
(d) 

217 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
21 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
109 



7,451 
3,684 

(d) 

132 
21 

443 
53 

(d) 

1,052 
50 

(d) 

15 

10 

(D) 



1,425 
97 



188 
1 ,095 



FuU 
workweek 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
434 
15 
115 
457 
(D) 



6l55U 

482 

1 1756 

1 117U 

(d) 

21429 
280 
362 
482 

1 1641 
B72 
(D) 
880 
760 

1 ,553 

2,649 



(D) 



(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(d) 

(D) 



13 

(d) 



(d) 
(d) 



(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
16 
(d) 

(d) 

(D) 
90 



6,968 

3,376 
(d) 
129 

20 
432 

49 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 

(Number) 



(d) 



55 

(D) 

13 

10 

(D) 

10 

1.328 

94 

34 

173 

1 .027 

1, 152 

(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
422 
14 
112 
445 

(d) 



2, "67 
1P6 
257 
723 
(D) 

ll9C8 
248 
512 
675 
S02 
92 
(D) 
300 
297 

5ei 

2 1025 



(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5,515 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 



(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishmenta without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents sero. 



1-32 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establjsh- 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweA ended 
Dearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
ratad 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



MOUNTAIN 
Retail trade, total 



Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, (wnfectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eadog, Dftokiog Places 



Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stantls,- 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 

Total. -_ 

Department stores _- 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores. 

Variety stores 

Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores. 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothmg, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Furoiture. Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total - -- 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores.. 

Floor covering stores... _ 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c., antique 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Hoiisehold appliance stores _. 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 

AutomotiTe Group 



Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) . 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Sladoas 



Lumber, BIdg. Malls., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores. ... 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Toul .. 

Drug stores... 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Sfores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers -- 

Fuel dealfira (coal, wood) . 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers - - 

Ice dealers. 

Hay, grain, feed stores. . 
Farm, garden supply stores 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



i357 



IO1O61 

3l227 

377 

16 

210 

313 

486 

(NA) 

(NA) 

60 

336 



12«917 

6t769 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

932 

5.186 



3.010 
126 

I.3H5 
715 
788 



?.515 

6^9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.393 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

220 

155 



3. 196 

1.586 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
i . 59« 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3.877 
2.058 
8S1 
686 
106 
166 



U.522 
1.003 
I.53U 
291) 
32U 
1.309 



2.151 
(NA) 
(NA) 



S.637 
r>3U3 
655 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
630 
210 



5.787 

U.721 

263 

8 

02 

179 

360 

323 

37 



10.025 
5.431 
5.391 



754 
3.840 



2.224 

126 
953 
491 
654 



2.971 
539 

35 

79 

10 

415 

563 

443 

120 

419 

1(185 

996 

107 

82 

148 

117 



2.310 
1.240 
899 
133 
208 
1.070 
511 
356 
203 



3.159 

1 .940 

519 

5?2 

60 

114 



3.642 
881 

1.332 
216 
196 

1.017 



1.929 

1.624 

ir3 



5.043 
841 
435 
164 
214 
39 
IB 
494 
162 



6.356.734 



1 .363.012 

1 .282.909 

33.299 

771 

6.002 

7.1HC 

16.241 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.367 

13.913 



511 .251 

296.478 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

21 .890 

192.359 



673.483 

308.933 

199.032 

65.295 

99.254 



305.503 
47.968 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

120.862 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.855 

8.955 



299.056 
178.951 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
119.919 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .219.741 

995.787 

119.131 

55.326 

(D) 

(D) 

(Dl 



627.737 
169.047 
314.085 
18.303 
17.560 
108.424 



234.378 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1.254.978 

1.188.529 

29.939 

569 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

12.528 

(D) 

1 .989 

10.725 



470.859 

279.324 

275.924 

927 

1 .473 

19.984 

171 .551 



654.159 

308.933 

188.832 

59.202 

97.192 



295.791 

45.886 

2.815 

(D) 

585 

(D) 

61 .194 

50.072 

1 1 .122 

55.639 

117.500 

108.952 

(D) 

(D) 

7.013 

8,559 



282.216 

172.191 

146.624 

15.718 

9.849 

1 10.025 

45.150 

49.631 

15.244 



1 .194.933 

990.771 

105.831 

62.092 

(D) 

(D) 

101 



6C8.577 
165.525 
307.167 
17.071 
15.788 
11 2. 125 



228.908 

224.386 

4|S22 



(NA) Not available 



516.344 457.164 

108. 1«0 93.644 

54.000 50.794 

(NA) 10.343 

(NA) 32.035 

(na) 7.737 

(NA) 578 

113.928 109.182 

21.507 (d) 

Not elsewhere classified 



84.492 

76.226 

2.477 

52 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2.947 

(D) 

274 

1 .182 



101 .127 

69.278 

58.532 

151 

485 

3.059 

28.790 



90.238 
47.734 
21 .137 
5.957 
15.410 



37.943 

5.138 

293 

(D) 

57 

(D) 

7.465 

5.331 

1.135 

7.264 

14.986 

13.788 

(D) 

(D) 

603 

1 .486 



39.698 

24.130 

19.874 

2.619 

1 .637 

15.558 

5.957 

6.234 

2.367 



1 2 1 . 1 09 

104.427 

5.506 

8.938 

(D) 

(0) 

(0) 



67.9'-7 
17.109 
33.355 
2.585 
3.343 
11.564 



27.816 

27.429 

387 



lt7iB14 

4.503 

7.063 

1.219 

5.030 

707 

107 

6.487 

(D) 



1 .643.447 

1 .450.534 

53.162 

1.111 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

66.055 

(D) 

4.992 

27.858 



2.1 10.657 

1.455.007 

1.444.105 

3.829 

8.072 

53.264 

591 .386 



1 .732.650 

947.575 

398.753 

84.469 

301 .353 



743.266 

109.920 

5.437 

(D) 

1 .099 

(D) 

141 .946 

120.545 

21 .401 

142.884 

304.232 

281 .995 

(D) 

(D) 

i3.jie 

31 .258 



784.903 

479.950 

391 .155 

55.967 

32.827 

304.943 

134.185 

124.283 

46.474 



2.341 .140 

2.018.409 

101 .182 

180.865 

(D) 

(D) 

(01 



1.338.025 

317.739 

662.585 

49.751 

74.980 

232.959 



559. 98C 

562.238 

7.742 



934.913 

91 .108 

143.480 

26.874 

98.970 

15.91 1 

1 .725 

125.243 

(0) 



12.322.445 



1 .455.922 

1 .291 .330 

48.977 

860 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

60.334 

(D) 

4.688 

24.57B 



1 .927.412 

1 .341 ,085 

1 .330.371 

3.254 

7.450 

52.042 

534.285 



1 .523.883 

822.535 

357.516 

78.530 

255.202 



691 .130 

99.435 

5.175 

(D) 

1.054 

(D) 

132.223 

1 12.175 

20.047 

135.121 

283.259 

252.916 

(D) 

(D) 

1 1 .305 

29.787 



753.547 

463.608 

379.279 

53.103 

31.226 

289.939 

126.834 

1 18.853 

44.252 



2.305.589 

1 .993.094 

97.679 

175.577 

Id) 

(D) 
(01 



1 .278.114 

312.296 

625.227 

4B.502 

71.94(; 

220.149 



514.971 

50S.4IB 

6.553 



887.525 

83.386 

139.413 

24.957 

97.720 

15.076 

1 .661, 

120.292 

(D) 



32.897 

28.678 

852 

25 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1.581 

(D) 

142 

570 



53.908 

38.457 

38.168 

124 

165 

2.317 

13,134 



39,509 

18,915 

9,027 

1 ,877 

9,589 



15,433 

2,148 

92 

(D) 

20 

(D) 

2.421 

2.003 

418 

2.982 

6.9;1 

6.397 

(D) 

(0) 

363 

538 



12.084 

7.133 

5.831 

703 

599 

4.951 

2.227 

1 .987 

737 



30.878 

26.234 

1.453 

2.629 

(d) 

(D) 
(01 



19.821 

4.555 

9.487 

722 

993 

4.053 



12.825 

12.584 

241 



16.889 

1 .858 

2.229 

498 

1.452 

243 

35 

2.098 

(D) 



23.573 

20.500 

594 

13 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .245 

(D) 

122 

457 



44,1 13 

32,172 

31 ,958 

75 

138 

1.503 

10.438 



29.148 

1 4 . 1 55 

7,005 

1.554 

6.433 



12.605 

1.555 

78 

(D) 

19 

(D) 

2.014 

1 .681 

333 

2.491 

5.B0I 

5.318 

(D) 

(D) 

269 

475 



10.699 

6.553 

5.371 

649 

533 

4.346 

1 .933 

1.775 

638 



29,839 
25.525 

1.34 1 

2.443 

(O) 

(D) 

(Dl 



18.001 

4.37a 

8.515 

680 

901 

3.527 



9.91b 

9.750 

165 



14.771 

1.522 

2.044 

419 

1.379 

215 

31 

1 .926 

(D) 



10.992 

8.926 

435 

17 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

73 

342 



16.217 

8.729 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.''72 

5.382 



1.111 
754 
532 



3.152 
439 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1.235 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
253 
153 



3.134 
1 .523 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1 .493 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3,711 
1 ,809 
1 .002 
620 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 



3.782 
916 
9B1 
23B 
328 

1.307 



2. 182 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8.754 

1.270 

597 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

498 

(D) 



' Group totals may include data for estabUshments without payroll which (»uld not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than (600. 



Rep(«sent« lero. 



UNll KD STATES SUMMARY 



1-33 



Table IF RETAIL TRADE 1954-GEC)GRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 





Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 


Division and kind of business 


Total' 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Numberl 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
IJI.OOO) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(Dollars) 


FuU 
workweek 

(DoUsia) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


MOUNTAIN- -Con. 

Other RoBil Stores— Coo. 
JeweJrv stores . _, 


1.057 
93 
126 
136 
77 
181 
167 
|93 
712 
212 
1 17 
85 
103 
122 
291 
707 

2, 105 

36 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 ,865 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

2r2 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


657 

63 

110 

231 

37 

331 

99 

99 

390 

111 

105 

15 

73 

78 

291 

355 

339 

21 
2 
2 

3 
2 

1 
16 

"3 

'"3 
1 

"3 

6 

211 

88 

11 
2 
2 

38 
6 

26 

7 

3 
2 

1 

55 
^ 
2 
8 

11 

88 

1 

9 

78 

71 
21 
2 
11 
21 
16 


18.778 

(D) 

11.113 

21t 191 

1 .961 

15.711 

(D) 

6.573 
19.813 
15.553 

9.059 
(D) 

5.289 

6.278 
13.783 
17.898 

85.007 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

15,918 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 


13.536 

(D) 

10,857 

20.511 

1.391 

13.535 

1,106 

(D) 

15.005 

11.007 

8.795 

2.311 

1.825 

5.712 

13.783 

11.116 

66,177 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
2,912 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

66 
675 

29, 336 

11, 129 

1,527 

(D) 

(D) 

7,732 

522 

1 ,098 

1 ,2Q5 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

7,O40 
(D) 
(D) 
179 

6, 17^ 

(D) 
(D) 
829 

(D) 

(D) 
3,221 

(D) 

818 
6.616 

(D) 


7.101 

(D) 

2.013 

2.197 

171 

2.359 

551 

(D) 

1.967 

2,098 

1.030 

290 

1.011 

(D) 

1 .981 

2.159 

10,676 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
376 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

8 
91 

6,2ri 

2, 1 12 
91 1 
(D) 
(D) 
917 
81 
179 

176 

(D) 
(D) 

(i) 

1 ,792 

(D) 

(D) 

19 

1,666 

(D) 
(D) 

100 
(D) 

(D) 
391 
(D) 
121 
288 
(D) 


131.232 

(D) 

10.179 

13.923 

3.539 

15.931 

11 .170 

(D) 

36.111 

10.398 

20.101 

5.997 

19.910 

(D) 

12.127 

50.352 

209,086 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
7, 175 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

217 
1 ,82 3 

1 18.885 

10. 705 

17,526 

(D) 

(D) 

17, 125 

1,883 

3,761 

11, 301 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

33,100 

(D) 

(D) 

1.133 

30.782 

(D) 

(D) 

6,191 

(D) 

(D) 
7,621 

(D) 
2,71*9 
5,773 

(D) 


129.889 

(D) 

38.655 

11.730 

3.261 

11 .BlC 

10.195 

(D) 

33.971 

3B.10i 

19.685 

5.779 

19.77i 

(D) 

39.583 

18.072 

198,906 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

lo) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

7.2C2 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

229 

1 .702 

115,363 

39,800 

17,339 

(D) 

(D) 

16,909 

1,856 

3,309 

11, 301 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

32, 129 
(D) 

(d) 

1 , ir2 

29.512 

(d) 

(D) 

5,203 

(D) 

(D) 
7.565 

(0) 
2.692 
5,586 

(D) 


2.150 

(D) 

729 

770 

78 

1.001 
295 
(D) 
883 
597 
3S1 
109 
263 
(D) 
787 

1 .081 

3,597 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

Id] 

98 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

6 

27 

1 .829 

618 
217 
(D) 
(D) 
267 
17 
80 

197 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

517 
(D) 
(D) 
17 
50 6 

(0) 
(D) 
K9 
(D) 

(D) 
1 11 
(D) 
18 
0; 
(D) 


1 .970 
(D) 
658 
663 

62 
789 
228 
(D) 
739 
501 
350 

98 
255 
(D) 
575 
96B 

3. 170 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

Id] 

86 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

5 
'23 

1 .685 

566 
201 
(D) 
(D) 
258 
11 
58 

197 

(D) 
(D) 

(t>) 

508 
(D) 
(D) 
16 
168 

(D) 

(D) 

71 

(D) 

(D) 
111 
(D) 
15 
85 
(D) 


1.095 


Bookstores _ . 


(D) 




127 


Sporting goods stores 


189 




81 






OigS*" '!t/MV.<!, RtHT"*S 


192 




(D) 


Oift, nnvplty, sonvpnir Kt/trtw 


779 


Music stores 


215 
113 


Luggage, leather gc»ods stores 

Optical goods stores 


82 
92 




(D) 


Rotjtil Rt/irip<j (pvrppt. (s^nTiH-^RnH) n P T 


231 




775 


Nonstote Rettilers 


2. 199 


MaU Order Houses 


(D) 




(NA) 


Department store merchandise 

Dry goods, general merchandise 

Varipty .■^tnrp mprrhanHiRp 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 


ilen's, boys' clothing and furnishings 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Family clothing 

Women s ready-to-wear 

Shoes 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Furmture_ _ 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Other mail order houses, total 

Aiitomntivp stnrp mprchanHiRp 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Lumber, building materials, hardware 


(NA) 




(NA) 


Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelrj' 

Books, stationery 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Gifts, novelties, souveniiB 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other - 

Direct Selling (hoose-to-house) Organizatioiis 

Total 

Food, total 

Groceries.-- 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables 

Milk 


(NA) 
(NA) 

1 .911 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

\TJ 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Dry goods, genera] mercbaodise 


(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




Women's ready-to-wear 

Shoes 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(N-) 


FuTDirure, boiiie furoishiags, appUaoces. total 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 


(nai 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Ottier, rotai 

Jewelry- -._ 

Books, stationery 

Other 

Merchaodise Vending Machine Operators 

Toial 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Milk, ice cream _ 


(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 




(NA) 


Other 


(NA) 



Standard Nota: (D) VHthheld to avoid diacloeuie. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $500. 
* Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could nut be classified by detailed kind of busiQess. 



Representa'iero. 



1-34 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-<}EOGRAPHlC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Sl.OOO) 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



PuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors {un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Numlier) 



Retail trade, tout. 



Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores 

Meatmarkets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores — 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises 

DeUcatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 

Eating, Driokiag Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stantls 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Groap 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stoics 

General stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel. Accessories Stores 



Total 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores. .- 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores __ 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores. - 

MiUinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 

Furniture, Home Furotshiogs, Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores -- 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores.- - -_ 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c., antique stores... 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appUance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 

Automotive Groap 



Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonf ranchised) _ 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Lumber. Bldg. Mails., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 



Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealeis- 

Paint. gla.ss. wallpaper stores .- 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores- - 
Hardware stores — 



Drug Stores, Proprietat7 Stores 



Total . . 

Drug stores.. 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total. 

Liquor stores 

Fuel , ice dealers -. 

Fuel dealers (roal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers- — - 

Ice dealers... -- -- 

Hay. grain, feed stores. 

Farm, garden supply atores 



|77, 168 



32i019 
2i itJtiU 

lie 51 

■102 

||3>42 

834 

2.398 

(NA) 

(NA) 

553 

li360 



3';,vl5 

?Ht;15 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

^ia58 

1 iiS^U 



5.960 

^8a 

2.292 



12.476 

? i o 1 3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.665 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

876 

874 



1 1.C38 
6.170 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
4.606 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8.90C 

3.380 

2.384 

2.239 

474 

351 

14 



V.136 
969 

3.132 

1.265 
724 

3.r,I5 



4.966 
(NA) 
(NA) 



27.511 
4.416 
1.367 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1.260 
I .074 



18.907 

12.038 

2.500 

192 

542 

572 

1.884 

1.421 

463 

363 

816 



27.5C3 

16.207 

15.8'58 

1S9 

131 

1.772 

9.524 



4.440 
284 

1(604 
463 

2.089 



10.152 

2.191 

225 

306 

101 

1.559 

1.903 

1.411 

492 

719 

4.095 

3.120 

376 

599 

632 

612 



7.830 
4.574 
2.798 

566 
1.210 
3.256 
1.153 
1.113 

990 



6.846 

3.2^4 

1.490 

ll6C5 

314 

219 

14 



6.7a0 
832 

2.522 
769 
436 

2.221 



4.4-0 

4.225 

215 



15.505 
3.162 
937 
24S 
290 
348 
51 



970 
630 



20.438.872 



5.004.892 

4.297.102 

349.939 

22.033 

67.814 

33.239 

99.647 

(NA) 

(NA) 

42.875 

86.455 



1 .666.313 

1 .129.127 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

68.2r0 

468.0^4 



2.104.71 1 
1 .379.1 12 

360.820 
60. "31 

303.062 



1 .193.025 
225.6 53 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

477.875 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

40.057 

38.6' 



1 .185.2=1 
768.414 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
415.963 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3.475.667 

2.840.215 

333.927 

210.203 

36.226 

51.421 

2.541 



1 .451.572 



1 .413.61 1 

254.364 

745.564 

80.628 

52.338 

280.189 



640.196 
(NA) 

(NA) 



1 .867.1 

449. 159 

152.666 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

346.291 

89.814 



4.572.204 
3.968.868 
3C2l887 
16,945 
50.892 
30.187 
91 .953 
64,734 
27,219 
37,615 
72,857 



1.544.481 

1.052.603 

1.025.800 

12.965 

13.838 

59.434 

432.444 



2.073.263 
1.379.112 

346.140 
54,61 1 

293.400 



1.151 .727 

217.465 

14.054 

49.999 

6.598 

146.804 

249.215 

2C5,362 

43.853 

148,485 

465.239 

414.888 

17.295 

33,056 

35.405 

35.918 



1 .119,827 

734,930 

575.595 

76.781 

82.554 

384,897 

125.531 

176,556 

81 .808 



3.4C6.685 

2.828,705 

3C2,499 

195.275 

32.770 

44.895 

2.541 



1 ,354.507 

251 .290 

726.992 

69,726 

47.645 

258.853 



626.230 

614.608 

1 1 .622 



1.640.854 

393.103 

145.220 

24.691 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

335.481 

81 .135 



2.359.268 



365.342 

294.677 

25.975 

1 .504 

5.728 

5.105 

20.015 

15.4'-4 

3.61 1 

3.977 

9.360 



388.478 

291 .919 

283.912 

3.136 

4.871 

10.310 

86.249 



317.496 
223.522 

41.647 
3.840 

48.487 



152.337 

30.274 

1 .825 

7.375 

BOO 

20.184 

33.471 

28.61 1 

4.860 

20.246 

67.849 

60.702 

3.005 

4.062 

3.287 

7.210 



155.759 
104.524 
77.445 
13.844 
13.335 
51 .135 
17.241 
22.409 
1 1.485 



351 .897 

305.961 

18.266 

31.027 

3(780 

2.471 

392 



153.7=4 

30.841 

"1.533 

9.739 

9.295 

32.385 



83(362 

62.221 

1 .141 



176.645 

21 .6?'4 

20.025 

4.218 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

20.854 

9.274 



46.396.354 



7.240.054 

5.830.524 

500.766 

28.624 

108.843 

109.735 

41 1 .781 

532.961 

78.820 

75.129 

174.652 



7.837.331 

5.355.509 

5,597.906 

55.456 

92.247 

209,597 

1 .772.125 



6. 1 17.4K' 
4,258.874 

816.970 
78.287 

963.279 



3.094.410 

554.097 

34.357 

134,042 

16.159 

369.539 

617. 98( 

530.430 

87.550 

390. 49t 

1 .312.385 

1.178.028 

55.827 

78.530 

72>07r 

147.380 



3.094.026 

2.087.950 

1 .542.215 

259.377 

276.358 

1 ,006.075 

329.603 

448.792 

227.681 



5.923.957 

5,843,33r 

340.136 

610.82 

76.970 

44.008 

8.700 



5.177.125 
603.528 

1.567.136 
190.377 
185.828 
529.255 



1.622.186 

1.500.425 

21 .751 



5,455.550 

419.945 

405.477 

89.474 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

395.714 

175.620 



42.905.991 



5.555.577 
5.268.517 

458.521 
26.450 
99.044 
99.209 

377.071 

505.792 
73.279 
68.503 

159.052 



7.192.215 

5.425.974 

5.287.274 

53.895 

84.805 

168.559 

1 .597.572 



5.312.426 
3.713.529 

755.670 
71.522 

791 .706 



2.843.238 

501 .428 

32.466 

122.906 

14.350 

331.706 

573.773 

492.749 

81 .024 

351 .421 

1 .214.887 

1 .093.613 

50.571 

70.703 

63.283 

158.446 



2.975.801 
2.014.738 
1 .495.890 
257.330 
261 .518 
961.063 
319.582 
428.927 
212.454 



.8151500 

.769.772 

329.745 

590.976 

74.204 

42.475 

8.427 



2.339.515 



3.042.954 
593.974 

1 .505.130 
182.533 
173.705 
587.622 



1.458.787 

1 .419.083 

19.704 



3.246.986 

362.997 

587.471 

83.489 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

385.271 

156.212 



107.529 
83.433 
6.848 
470 
1 .774 
2.289 
8.186 
6.556 
1.550 
1 .535 
2.994 



163.637 

123.790 

120.1 15 

1.760 

1 .915 

5.828 

34.019 



129.434 

84.945 

15.448 

1.550 

26.493 



58.587 

9,357 

528 

2.275 

297 

6.257 

9.951 

8.407 

1 .544 

7.708 

27.379 

24.360 

1 .291 

1 .727 

1 .754 

2.259 



42.852 

26.250 

20.385 

3.212 

4.553 

14.582 

3.008 

5.209 

3.355 



80.099 

55.837 

4,434 

8.118 

1.027 

582 

101 



41 ,251 
7.383 

18.996 
2.518 
2.153 

10.081 



29.013 
28.495 

518 



55.752 
7.415 
5.245 
1.233 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

5.429 

2.547 



83.576 
54.561 
5.397 
384 
1 .377 
1 .822 
6.691 
5.338 
1 .353 
1 .097 
2.347 



154.581 

103.919 

101 .338 

1 .058 

1 .523 

3.787 

26.975 



95.528 
56.190 
12.197 
1.248 
15.993 



46.956 

5.740 

457 

1 .557 

214 

4.522 

8.026 

6.778 

1 .248 

5.959 

22(975 

20.555 

1.056 

1.357 

1 .314 

1 .941 



38.889 
25.873 
18.799 
2.955 
4.1 19 
15.015 
4.701 
5.488 
2.827 



77.400 

64.504 

4.120 

7.428 

921 

551 

96 



57.545 
7,139 

17.482 
2.553 
1 .654 
8.495 



21 .957 

21 .545 

392 



47. 1 12 

5.294 

4.794 

1.061 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

5 .1/91 

2.325 



56.758 

24.053 

4.573 

515 

1.759 

715 

2.475 

(NA) 

(NA) 

71 1 

1 .520 



44.577 
25.695 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.830 

15."75 



5.201 
23 

2.218 

796 

2.126 



1 1 .289 

1.684 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.427 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.018 

688 



1 1.947 
6.701 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
5.174 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8.902 

3.018 

2.694 

2.256 

492 

354 

14 



9.1 1 1 
901 

2.685 

1.317 
800 

3.370 



5.041 
(NA) 
(NA) 



29.505 

4.B02 

1.521 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .066 

1 .163 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

1 Group totals may include data for establishmente without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of buaiuees. 



(Z) 



I than $600. 



Represents sero. 



UNITED STATKS SUMMARY 



1-35 



Tabic IF. RETAIL TRADE-. 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Division and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 
menta' 
<Si,ooo> 



EstabUsh- 

ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Pull 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 16 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



PACIFIC--Con. 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 



Jewelry stores — 

Book stores 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicvcle stores 

Florists - 

Cigar stores, stands — 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores — 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores - 

Office, store machine and equipment dealere. 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 



NoQstore Retailers 



Mail Order Houses 



Food. 



GeDcral mercfaaatlise group, total 

Department store mercnandise. - . 
Dry goods, general merchandise. . 
Variet v store merchandise 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Slen's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. 

Shoes 

Other apparel 



Furniture, home furnishiDgs, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings 

Household appliances, radios, TV 



Other mail order houses, total 

Automotive store merchandise 

Lumber, building materials, hardware.. 

Proprietary medicines 

Feed, farm, garden supplies 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery 

Sporting gootis 

Tobacco products 

Gifts, novelties, souvenirs 

Musical instruments 

Cameras, photographic supplies 

Other 



Direa Selling (hoiise-tt>-hotise) Organizatioos 
Total 



Food, total 

Groceries 

Ice cream 

Fruits, vegetables. 

Milk 

Bakery products. . 
Other food, n.e.c. . 



Dry gtiotls, general merchandise. 



Apparel, accessories, total 

Slen's, boys' clothing and furnishings 

Family clothing 

Women 's ready-to-wear 

Other women's apparel, accessories, specialties. . 



Other apparel. 



Furniture, home fumisliiogs, appliances, total. 

Furniture 

Floor coverings, draperies 

Other home furnishings. 

Household appliances, ratlios, TV 



Other, total 

Jewelry 

Books, stationery.. 
Other 



Merchandise Vendiog Machine Operators 



Total.. - 

Candy, nut, confectionery 

Mdk, ice cream 

All other beverages (except milk).. 

Tobacco products . , 

Other 



359 

BIS 

1.325 

3r7 

i.655 

7?8 

faM8 

i.=66 

B?6 

536 

232 

•411 

305 

Il321 

.?ll50 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
INA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



7.76U 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 17111 
227 
^31 
6J7 
1U7 

li'"?l 
358 
212 
732 
512 
HOO 
138 
253 
187 

1 .321 

1.051 



5 
10 

6 



808 

2?9 
38 
16 
10 

101 
16 

108 



13 
1 1 
11 
83 

5 

52 

231 



233 

60 
13 
39 
82 
19 



185.683 
25.C91 
72. IK 1 
69.637 

8.170 
19.261 
25.271 
20.173 
39.386 
56.179 
19.JH0 

9.961 
17.812 
11.882 
72. ^80 
67.106 



(D) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NAJ 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA") 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



167.861 
22.716 
69.271 
56.199 

6.012 
11 .768 
20.012 
1 1 .655 
30.708 
50.289 
15.331 

8,731 
15.592 
12.192 
72.180 
55.091 



(D) 

(D) 

IDI 
IDl 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(D) 



(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(D) 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(D) 

20.000 
(01 
2.002 
575 
(D) 
(01 
IDI 
(D) 

1 .818 
551 
111 

2.757 



120.108 

13.315 

11.813 

(D) 

(D) 

16.105 

2.1 17 

6.919 

2.159 

(D) 

1)3 

(D) 



IDI 

52.871 

(D) 

(D) 

11.313 

16.117 

(D) 

IDI 

12.287 

(D) 



(D) 
19,201 

(D) 

5.198 

30.256 

(D) 



28.051 
3,117 

11 i9P1 
6.216 
759 
6,915 
2,115 
1,181 
3,811 
7,2=0 
5,257 
1 .1^8 
3,B?1 
2.190 
9.862 

10,215 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(Dl 
101 
101 

(D) 



IDI 
IDI 
IDI 



ID) 
IDl 
IPl 
IDl 
101 

3,157 
(Dl 
85 
69 
(D) 
101 
IDI 
(D) 

155 
57 
30 

299 



35,122 

7,3f3 

2,710 
(D) 
(D) 

3,035 
355 

1,071 

920 
(I>) 



IDI 

7.1(25 

(D) 

(D) 

2.201 

1,672 

(D) 

(CI 

3,9 = 1 

(D) 



(D) 
2,317 

(D) 

827 
2,316 

(D) 



538,590 
71 .555 

235,71' 

127.563 
15.151 

133,365 
18,125 
25.626 
80,858 

117,163 
99,25? 
21 ,378 
75,12(: 
18,13? 

200, a15 

200,610 



(D) 
(D) 



IDI 
IDI 
IDI 
IDI 

(D) 



IDI 
IDI 
IDI 



(D) 
IDI 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 

62,563 

(D) 

1 ,769 

1 .13? 

(D) 

(Dl 

(01 

(D) 

• • • 

3,610 

1 .751 

520 

5.137 



195.11'! 

152.917 

55.851 

(D) 

(D) 

03.316 

7.391 

22.891 

16.91' 
(D) 

133 
(D) 



IDI 

112,775 

(D) 

(D) 

51 .339 

ai.i3o 

(D) 

(01 

71.528 

(D) 



(D) 
13.228 

(D) 
16.13^ 
17.280 

(D) 



515,913 
61,932 

225,917 

1 10.379 
13.339 

121 .185 
15.363 
21 .753 
69,951 

137.650 
93.925 
19,993 
71,765 
16,953 

lfc1,701 

189.310 



(D) 
(D) 



(01 
IDI 
(01 
IDI 

(D) 



ID) 
IDI 
IDI 



(D) 
10) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 



(0) 

1 ,719 

1 ,011 

(0) 

IDl 

ID) 

(D) 

• • • 

3,339 

1,712 

520 

1,785 



179,175 

117,119 

55,956 

(D) 

(D) 

62,130 

7.173 

19,555 

18.851 

(D) 

103 
(D) 



10) 

138,801 

(D) 

(D) 

50,509 

81 .991 

(D) 

ID) 

73,728 

(D) 



(D) 
12.293 

(D) 
16,171 
16,171 

(D) 



7,553 

1 ,117 

3,951 

2,036 

296 

2,655 

872 

772 

1 ,915 

2,330 

I ,551 

362 

879 

595 

3,771 

3,927 



(D) 
(D) 



IDI 

lai 

101 
101 

(D) 



101 
IDI 
101 



(D) 
IDI 
101 
ID) 
IDI 

677 
(Ql 
|7 
30 
(D) 
101 
ID) 
(D) 



7,775 

2,072 
501 
(D) 
(D) 
759 
100 
559 

155 

(Dl 



2.011 
(D) 
(D) 
1.6 

1 ,397 

(D) 

101 

1 ,226 

(D) 



(D) 
5o3 
(D) 
213 
518 
(D) 



6,775 

1 ,051 

3,19 1 

1 ,639 

221 

2,077 

71U 

556 

1 ,123 

1 ,995 

1 ,362 

301 

U50 

637 

3,022 

3,151 



(D) 
(D) 



IDI 
IDl 
IDI 
IDI 

(D) 



IDI 
IDI 
IDI 



(D) 
IDI 
IDl 
IDl 
101 

582 
IDI 
15 
23 
(D) 
IDI 
IDI 
(D) 



7,01 1 

1,770 
579 
(D) 
(D) 
739 
91 
316 



119 
(D) 

(DJ 



101 

1 ,890 
(D) 
(D) 
175 

1 ,322 

(D) 

101 

1 ,2<;5 

(D) 



(D) 
53i 
(D) 
200 
509 
(D) 



3.Q11 
31B 
888 

1.171 
321 

1.927 
771 
681 

1,822 
876 
558 
210 
312 
326 

1.320 

2.167 



(D) 

INA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8,116 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid discloeuie. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) Lees than $600. 



Represents aero. 



1-36 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IG RETAIL TRADE: 1948^EOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

Establishments and Sales 



NEW ENGLAND 



Establishments 



Kind of business 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(SI.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(SI.OOO) 



EstabUsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Reuil trade, total. 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 



Eatiog, drioking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General tnerchatidise group 

Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores. 



Other apparel stores 

Furoiture, borne furnishings, appliance dealers. 

Automotive group 

Crasotioe service stations 



Lumber, bide, mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, bldg. matls., supplies, equipment, hardware dealers 

Drugstores, proprietary stores, total 

Drug stores. . 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total. . 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers. _ 

Feed, fann, garden supply stores. 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 



Noostore retailers . 



109,279 

30,863 
23,269 
7,594 

18,757 
12,233 
6,52.4 

3,600 

9,051 
1,676 
7,375 

5,531 

4,852 

11,064 

4,421 

_297^ 

4,124 

4,105 

3,245 

860 

16,581 
3,336 
2,874 
1,022 
1,249 
8,050 

454 



17,130 
12,321 
4,809 

15,147 
9,645 
5,502 

2,520 

6,856 

1,278 
5,578 

4,035 

4,177 

6,805 

3,606 

252 

3,354 

3,777 

3,031 

746 

11,133 
2,031 
2,310 
907 
946 
4,939 

383 



8,321,323 

2,117,382 

1,811,110 

306,272 

673,782 
471,518 
202,264 



708,148 
105,188 
602,960 



1,111,729 

371,256 

547,881 
40,429 
507,452 

269,134 

229, 868 

39,266 

1,135,691 
225,977 
356,106 
207,469 
78,243 
267,896 

123,937 



7,685,650 

1,818,261 
1, 561,422 
' 256,839 

633,149 

443,751 
189,398 



675,268 

98, 607 

576,661 

383,600 



293,632 

532,737 

39,343 

493,394 

261,605 
224,399 
37,206 

(D) 
186,932 
342,732 
202, 3U 

74,158 
(D) 



(D) 



372,140 

113,590 
63,753 
49,837 

74,950 
35,877 
39,073 

10,904 

33,469 

5,555 

27, 914 

18,146 



29,443 

14,570 
1,2I« 
13,351 

12,097 
10,896 
1,201 

50,316 
7,018 
5,935 
2,862 
4,367 

30,134 

1,402 



53j304 
2 7,931 
25,373 

56,039 
26,627 
29,412 



2^,^62 
4,086 
19, 176 



10,680 
1,044 
9,636 

9,110 

8,296 

8U 

29,710 
4,747 
4,648 
2,389 

2,900 
15,026 

1,190 



27,626,972 

6,943,774 
4,935,986 
2,007,788 

2,871,116 
1,676,193 
1,194,923 

3,159,028 

2, 851, 138 

424,482 

2,426,656 

1,551,503 

3,386,827 



1,507,277 

147,915 

1,359,362 

721,162 
672,173 
48,989 

3,208,000 
616,400 
768,314 
545,142 
261,732 

1,016,362 

431,110 



5,459,753 
3,905,728 
1,554,025 

2,612,321 
1,565,107 
1,047,2U 

3,097,609 

2,688,846 

398,045 

2,290,801 

1,415,831 

3,309,348 

775,576 

1,435,974 

143,180 

1,292,794 

630,905 
591,061 
39,844 

2,847,596 
533,070 
745,770 
523,126 
241,044 
804,586 

426,484 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 



Establishments 



Kind of business 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Estabhshments 



Total, all 
estabhsh- 
ments 

(JI.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(JI.OOO) 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Estabhsh- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stores 

Other ftxxl stores 



Eating, drinkiog platres, total. 

Eating places 

Drinkmg places 



General merchandise group. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores. 



Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers. 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 



Ltunber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 

Farm equipment dealets 

Ltmiber, bldg. matls., supplies, equipment, hardware dealers.- - 

Drug stores, proprieury stores, total 

Drug stores. . 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total. . 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores. 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



86,702 
64,367 
22,335 

75,150 
32,411 
42,739 

10, 208 

21,724 
4,509 
17,215 



18,226 

35,890 

23,224 
4,413 
18,811 

10,907 
9,457 
1,450 

38,292 
5,352 
5,242 
4,519 
4,390 

18,789 

1,077 



237,465 

50,313 
35,728 
14,585 

55,661 
25,883 
29,778 

7,862 

17,284 
3,613 
13,671 

11, 7M 

15,485 

23,112 

18,969 
3,943 
15,026 

9,757" 

8,653 

1,144 

26,332 
3,373 
4,528 
3,586 
3,1W 

11,731 

936 



28,507,077 

6,220,502 

5,233,122 

987,380 

2,492,731 
1,211,460 
1,281,271 

3,602,312 

2,000,622 

332,518 

1,668,104 

1,292,010 

4,584,069 

1,477,950 

2,562,090 

522,097 

2,039,993 

904,849 
837,743 
67,106 

2,662,260 
404,622 
604,543 
710, 387 
258,909 
683,799 

707,682 



5,374,626 

4,5247507 

850,119 

2,139,912 
1,055,261 
1,084,651 

3,561,734 

1,929,435 

31_6,074 

1,613,361 

1,222,128 

4,472,276 

1,226,000 

2,471,283 

505,911 

1,965,372 

881,759 
820,208 
61,551 

(D) 
(D) 
589, 183 
673,433 
240,381 
605,597 

(D) 



172,474 

36,443 

30,287 

6,156 

33,909 
18,648 
15,261 

7,231 

8,726 
1,725 
7,001 



11,460 

22,455 

19,691 
5,321 
13,870 

6,121 
5,027 
1,094 

17,899 
3,082 
1,824 
3,514 
2,253 
7,226 

368 



125,394 

22,403 
18,218 
4,185 

25, 970 
15,527 
10,443 



6,957 
1,322 
5,635 



9,777 

13,832 

16,695 
5,331 
11,364 

5,341 

4,545 

796 

12,347 
2,111 
1,538 
2,526 
1,543 
4,629 

314 



13,152,837 

2,435,416 

2,256,480 

228,936 

931,155 
523,659 
407,496 

1,488,084 

759,282 
105, 509 
653,773 

600,591 

2,255,743 

801,285 

1,957,449 

740, 520 

1,216,929 

406,115 

367,232 

38,883 

1,152,209 
197,076 
155,235 
431,298 
100,507 
268,093 

315,508 



2,178,078 

1,980,268 

197,810 

845,139 
499,772 
345,367 



730,533 
99,019 
631,514 

566,315 

2,191,690 

655,424 

1,888,902 

723,494 

1,165,408 

391,858 
357,381 
34,477 

(D) 

(D) 

151,070 

403,094 

91,946 

240,317 



(D) 



(D) Withheld to avoid dlaclosure. 

^Data in this table differ from thoae which appcare'I 
Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Cenauses in the Introduction. 



in the publlcatlona of the 1948 Ceitsus of Retell Trade. For a description of the Qdjustmenta see 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

Table IG RETAIL TRADE: 1948!-GEC)GRAPH1C DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Sales 



1-37 



Kind of business 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 



Estabtishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 

nient<i 

<$I.OOO) 



Establish- 

men ta with 

payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 



Establishmenta 



Total 
(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total , 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 

Eating, drinkiog places, total 

Eating places 

Drinkmg places i 

GeoeraJ merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoeslores 

Other apparel stores -. - -- 

Furniture, home fumtsbiogs, appliaoce dealers . 

Automotive group _ 

Gasoiioe service satiODS . . - 

Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment deaJers, 

Lumber, bldg. matls., supplies, equipment, hardware dealers. . 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drug stores - - 

Proprietary stores 

Other i«tail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers. 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 

NoDStore retailers 



202,493 

55,667 

56,891 
8,776 

33,602 
22,871 
10,731 

12,281 

11,966 

1,698 

10,268 

9,405 

10,053 

24,156 

7,954 
1,096 
6,858 

6,380 
5,020 
1,360 

20,503 
3,866 
1,960 
2,933 
2,357 
9,387 

526 



29,673 

24,531 

5,142 

24,277 
17,679 
6,398 

8,116 

10,098 
1,509 
8,589 

7,833 

8,936 

15,054 

6,773 
1,021 
5,752 

5,763 
4,727 
1,036 

15,146 
2,736 
1,730 
2,415 
1,850 
6,415 

489 



14,631,259 

3,279,705 

3,002,666 

277,039 

966,683 
713,92t 
252,757 



1,070,321 
155,311 
915,010 

788,913 

2,381,202 

782,646 

1,035,260 
160,387 
874,873 

501,381 
453,209 
48,172 

1,581,673 
442,828 
234,172 
424,805 
146, 306 
333, 562 



241,346 



13,526,891 

2,715,060 

2,483,440 

231,620 

876,641 
672,258 
204,383 



1,039,579 
151, 980 
887,599 

763,161 

2,336,979 

656,542 

1,010,485 
157,895 
852, 590 

490,671 

447,297 

43,374 

1,471,332 

(D) 

222,671 

(D) 

139,619 

299,365 

241,298 



38,407 

36,584 

1,823 

14.948 
10,845 
4,103' 

9,103 

4,711 

687 

4,024 

4,516 

5,061 

10,317 

4,820 

858 

3,962 

3,253 

2,663 

590 

7,723 
984 

1,096 

1,366 
975 

3,302 

189 



63,440 

W,440 
U,290 
1,150 

11,077 
8,426 
2,651 

5,526 

4,028 

606 

3,422 

3,724 

4,554 

7,024 

4,144 

808 

3,336 

2,857 

2,426 

431 

5,884 
772 
968 

1,092 
758 

2,294 

182 



6,370,211 

1,484,416 

1,423,522 

60,894 

355,056 

266,195 

88,861 



443,056 
57,700 
385,356 

338, 190 

1,162,634 

338,187 



541,190 
116,105 
425,085 



202,250 

184,497 

17,753 

495,483 
123,049 

69,963 
135,848 

58,453 
108, 170 

81,541 



5,759,428 

1,123,628 

1,069,998 

53,630 

322,270 
248,110 
74,160 

860,207 

432,239 

56,379 

375,860 

324,189 

1,U2,283 

289,705 

525,587 
114,300 



195,601 

182,959 

12,642 

462,293 

110,915 

68,674 

128,816 

55,605 

98,283 

81,426 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



Establishments 



Kind of business 



Total 

(Number) 



Retail trade, tota.*. 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 



Eauog, drinking places, total. 

Eating places. 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers. 

AulomotiTe group.. . 

Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Ltmiber, bldg. matls., suppUes, equipment, hardware dealers.. . 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores. 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total. . 
Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers. 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores. 

Jewelry' stores 

Other retail stores 



Nonsiore mailers. 



44,518 

40,851 

3,667 

28,073 
17,653 
10,420 



6,865 
1,002 
5,863 

6,940 

10,119 

18,640 

9,907 
1,981 
7,926 

5,807 
4,546 
1,261 

15,751 
3,612 
906 
2,480 
1,604 
7,149 

277 



With 
payroll 



104,397 

19,909 

17,597 

2,312 

20,961 

14,388 

6,573 

6,643 

5,797 

887 

4,910 

5,590 

8,447 

12,545 

8,672 
1,873 
6,799 

5,082 

4,119 
963 

10, 503 
2,095 
753 
1,804 
1,194 
4,657 

248 



Sales 



Establishments 



Total, all 

establjsh- 

ments 

(Si.ooo) 



10,859,318 

2,331,874 

2,211,724 

120,150 

666,196 
482,277 
183,919 



691,009 
92,281 
598,728 

547,404 

2,047,815 

587,011 

1,204,324 
285,309 
919,015 

374,269 
330,609 
43,660 

828,719 
166,680 
66,913 
238,556 
113,649 
242,921 

132,812 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(11,000) 



Total 
(Number) 



1,912,344 

1,803,255 

104,089 

606,450 
460,227 
146,223 

1,399,589 

675,605 
90,449 
585,156 

524,389 

1,960,547 



1,175,394 
280,358 
895,536 

363,839 

324,027 

39,312 

(D) 

126,356 

64,307 

219,519 

108,493 

(D) 



(D) 



11,868 
10, UO 

1,758 

12,232 
6,671 
5,561 

2,697 

2,920 

412 

2,508 

2,606 

3,366 

8,012 

4,140 

977 

3,163 

1,905 

1,651 

254 

6,903 

1,240 

561 

619 

881 

3,602 

118 



With 
payroll 



40,995 

6,604 
5,357 
1,247 

9,547 
5,455 
4,092 

2,062 

2,3U 

350 

1,964 

2,068 

3,345 

4,985 

3,561 

891 

2,670 

1,717 

1,531 

186 

4,696 
812 
479 
497 
627 

2,281 

96 



Sales 



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



4,639,893 

937,568 
872,266 
65,302 

395,388 
221,777 
173,611 

579,271 

239,005 

32,409 

206,596 

226,545 

807,813 

310,354 

554/733 
157,179 
397,604 

162,30 8 

153,112 

9,196 

380,341 
80,909 
48,039 
87,183 
40,82C 

123,390 

46,522 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



4,328,704 

819jl87 

761,106 

58,081 

364,442 
210,329 
154,113 

566,001 

228,320 
31,271 
197,049 

215,819 

787,672 

255,827 

540,707 
153,632 
337,075 

158,480 

150,221 

S;259 

346,256 

(D) 

46,607 

(D) 

37,588 

109,252 

45,993 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

^Data in this table differ frctt those which appeared in 
Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Censuses in the Introduction. 



the pbullcations of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see 



432Z71 O - 57 . 



1-38 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IG. RETAIL TRADE: 1948^EOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Conrinued 

Establishments and Sales 



Kind of business 



Retail trade, totai . 



Food stores, totai . 

Groceiy stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, driokiog places, total. 

Eating places __ 

Drinking places 



Geaeral merchandise group. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total _ 
Shoe stores -- 

Other apparel stores _ . 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers . 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 
Farm equipment dealers — 

Lumber, bldg. matls., suppUes, equipment, hardware dealers. 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, totai 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total.. 

Liquor stores __ 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores. 

Jewelry stores -- 

Other retail stores — _ 



Nonstore retailers. 



With 
payroll 



158,461 

32,855 

24,642 

8,213 

34,168 
21,976 
12,192 



11,512 
1,937 
9,575 

9,487 

8,400 

19,665 

8,615 

847 

7,768 

4,707 

4,241 

466 

23,162 
4,409 
1,075 
1,834 
2,474 

13,370 

506 



18,756 
13,158 
5,598 

26, 800 
17,333 
9,467 

4,105 

8,567 
1,597 
6,970 

6,790 

6,789 

12,145 

6,799 

781 

6,018 

4,184 

3,826 

358 

13,913 
2,605 
901 
1,386 
1,651 
7,370 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(11.000) 



429 



14,740,357 

3,407,227 

2,982,841 

424,386 

1,293,310 
873,790 
419,520 

1,733,976 

954,214 
155,210 
799,001 

340,587 

2,362,624 

805,427 

1,232,726 
216,022 

1,016,704 

470,041 

449,692 

20,349 

1,410,223 
321,227 
122,253 
352,882 
150,976 
462,885 

230,002 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(tl.ooo) 



13,642,645 

2,974,591 

2,604,578 

370,013 

1,208,727 
328,109 
330, 618 

1,715,547 

906,170 
148,698 

757,472 

796,648 

2,277,435 

655,706 

1,186,369 
213,940 
972,429 

457,459 

433,907 

18,552 

1,235,323 

247,736 
119,548 
337,023 
139,393 
391,623 

223,620 



'Data In this tatjlc differ from those vihloh appeared in the publications of 
Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 1948 and 1954 
tion. 



the 1^8 Census 
Censuses in the 



of Retail 
Introduc- 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-39 



Table IH. RETAIL TRADE: 



1954_UN1TED STATES, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, AND STATES 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel 



Region, division, and State 



Establishments 


Sales 


PayroU, 
entire 
year 

Ol.OOO) 


PayroU, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 16 


Paid employees, 
workweelc ended 
nearest Nov. 16 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo. 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, aU 
establish- 
ments 
(Si.ooo) 


Establish- 
ments with ■ 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 


Total 
(DoUan) 


FuU 
workweek 

(DolUn) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


l,721,65fl 


1,124,040 


169,967,748 


157,932,676 


18,198,662 


354,141,958 


327,094,709 


7,124,331 


5,778,351 


1,765,752 


481,785 
519,618 
480,722 
239, 525 


307,271 
358,742 
296,782 
161,245 


45,965,287 
53,437,533 
43,769,322 
26,795,606 


42,443,265 
50,163,689 
40,234,084 
25,091,638 


5,094,429 
5,725,555 
4,338,903 
3,039,775 


98,203,808 

110,906,601 

85,363,614 

59,667,935 


90,439,090 
101,149,852 
80,277,331 
55,228,436 


1,946,392 
2,232,665 
1,917,994 
1,027,280 


1,566,305 

1,747,879 

1,618,734 

845,433 


471,596 
542,304 
491,708.. 
260,144 


112,807 
368,978 


75,211 
232,060 


10,911,468 
35,053,819 


10,179,424 
32,263,841 


1,207,892 
3,886,537 


23,185,448 
75,018,360 


21,126,318 
69,312,772 


484,634 
1,461,758 


376,729 

1,189,576 


99,498 
372,098 


343,411 
176,207 


238,841 
119,901 


37,256,221 
16,181,312 


35,097,399 
15,066,290 


4,120,858 
1,604,697 


79,637,703 
31,268,896 


72,430,182 
28,719,670 


1,567,056 
665,609 


1,219,359 
528,520 


359,490 
182, 8U 


217,866 
100,623 
162,233 


134,666 

59,833 

102,283 


20,608,887 
8,354,102 
14,806,333 


19,033,539 
7,544,194 
13,656,351 


2,139,033 

775,478 

1,424,392 


41,823,624 
15,274,705 
28,265,285 


39,279,783 
14,390,654 
26,606,894 


926,596 
362,960 
628,438 


776,846 
305,516 
536,372 


216,486 
107,188 
168,034 


62,357 

177,168 


43,071 
118,174 


6,356,734 
20,438,872 


5,971,786 
19,119,852 


670,507 
2,369,268 


13,271,571 
46,396,364 


12,322,445 
42,905,991 


254,914 
772,366 


209,598 
635,835 


65,792 
194,352 


11,624 
7,439 
4,623 
53,022 
10,396 
25,703 


7,742 
5,071 
3,183 

35,690 
5,984 

17,541 


923,796 
603,991 
379, 503 

5,539,100 
847,552 

2,617,526 


847,312 
562,277 
352,927 

5,202,282 
770,134 

2,444,492 


84,061 
57,095 
35,298 

649, 341 
91,503 

290,594 


1,593,299 
1,083,933 
666,962 
12,507,806 
1,786,655 
5,546,793 


1,466,722 

995,837 

622,980 

11,380,119 

1,646,659 

5,014,001 


37,318 
24,398 
14,959 

263,484 
37,590 

106,885 


30,054 
19,317 
12,468 
203,596 
29,424 
81,870 


10,906 
7,020 
4,322 
42,871 
10,128 
24,251 


183,440 

64,919 

120,619 


119,392 
40,609 
72,059 


18,,116,095 
6,1U,769 
10,792,955 


16,753,361 
5,616,437 
9,894,043 


2,090,787 

637,044 

1,158,706 


40,265,938 
12,145,168 
22,607,254 


37,238,090 
11,223,716 
20,850,966 


754,268 
227,657 
479,833 


617,245 
184,226 
388,105 


181,771 
64,295 
126,032 


86,907 
41,624 
99,001 
67,995 
47,884 


61,047 
31,544 
65,237 
50,331 
30,682 


9,633,332 
4,512,673 
11,018,913 
8,167,632 
3,923,671 


9,096,152 
4,322,295 
10,308,557 
7,776,034 
3,594,361 


1,088,120 
497,623 

1,252,549 
878,983 
403,583 


20,910,848 
9,500,727 
24,482,640 
16,893,459 
7,850,029 


19,023,656 
8,710,688 
22,269,915 
15,398,957 
7,026,966 


418,560 
195,974 
463,808 
324,684 
164,030 


327,669 
156,040 
361,155 
252,663 
121,832 


87,333 
43,559 
105,078 
74,320 
49,2U0 


35,380 
35,124 
47,262 
7,743 
8,338 
17,033 
25,327 


24,476 
23,952 
30,252 
5,291 
6,096 
12,137 
17,697 


3,449,684 
3,077,580 
4,525,308 
661, 577 
678,789 
1,587,789 
2,200,585 


3,223,542 
2,854,100 
4,197,762 
608,385 
637,699 
1,485,819 
2,058,983 


366,398 
279,285 
477,035 
60,506 
60,910 
153,360 
207,203 


7,117,177 
5,345,585 
9,319,566 
1,229,400 
1,187,602 
2,987,427 
4,082,141 


6,443,279 
4,906,790 
8,548,309 
1,156,618 
1,099,433 
2,777,649 
3,787,592 


145,954 
118,429 
192,596 
25,053 
26,374 
M,723 
92,480 


112,382 
93,266 

155,674 
21,221 
21,359 
52,624 
71,994 


36,134 
37,000 
49,428 
7,750 
8,310 
17,970 
26,172 


4,307 
24,857 

6,734 
30,959 
18,681 
38,049 
20,581 
32,395 
41,303 


2,739 
15,829 

5,188 
20,453 
11,403 
21,997 
11,917 
19,571 
25,569 


492,899 
2,675,464 
1,212,450 
3,120,549 
1,401,206 
3,209,796 
1,518,889 
2,963,217 
4,014,417 


461,595 
2,488,000 
1,176,800 
2,923,967 
1,285,854 
2,898,724 
1,345,475 
2,721,433 
3,731,691 


52,720 
298,471 
170,981 
327,449 
144,902 
310,542 
139,153 
288,835 
405,980 


993,739 
5,815,817 
3,287,427 
6,410,610 
2,780,197 
6,125,636 
2,677,723 
5,842,863 
7,889,612 


925, 580 
5,356,981 
3,103,809 
6,007,208 
2,632,243 
5,726,568 
2,506,902 
5,525,721 
7,494,771 


19,670 
124,699 

62,245 
143,858 

62,144 
143,750 

68,748 
131,569 
169,913 


16,390 
101,520 

54,406 
120,562 

53,324 
115,645 

55,328 
110,521 
149,150 


4,016 
25,142 

6,166 
30,516 
18,139 
37,732 
19,909 
32,360 
42,506 


26,472 
31,067 
26,158 
16,926 


16,040 
18,681 
14,990 
10,122 


2,201,101 
2,759,416 
2,111,783 
1,281,802 


1,996,277 
2,511,800 
1,891,599 
1,144., 518 


210,269 
261,785 
191,470 
111,954 


4,024,421 
5,252,064 
3,717,745 
2,280,475 


3,745,501 
4,959,389 
3,511,006 
2,174,758 


92,202 
121,963 
93,013 
55,782 


76,410 
103,333 
78,212 
47,561 


28,770 
33,845 
27,1% 
17,377 


18,783 
26,845 
25,312 
91,293 


10,965 
15,759 
15,568 
59,991 


1,333,632 
2,339,289 

2,101,041 
9,032,371 


1,182,690 
2,126,049 
1,909,685 
8,437,927 


112,284 
238,022 
194,136 
879,950 


2,186,581 
4,748,138 
3,862,157 
17,468,409 


2,078,064 
4,468,202 
3,638,218 
16,422,410 


53,985 
107,833 

85,669 
380,951 


45,797 

95,426 

72,699 

322,450 


20,009 
26,972 
26,850 
94,193 


8,223 
7,096 
3,974 
15,468 
8,481 
9,728 
6,670 
2,717 


5,865 
5,056 
2,826 
10,890 
5,319 
6,396 
4,772 
1,947 


778,033 
670,057 
384,601 

1,726,759 
733,093 

1,001,004 
733,120 
330,067 


730,321 
624,607 
362,765 
1,636,681 
673,729 
935,990 
693,998 
313,695 


78,097 
65,780 
39,859 

187,214 
73,446 

106,828 
80,098 
39, 185 


1,542,134 
1,287,233 

767,698 
3,678,869 
1,460,164 
2,149,824 
1,601,130 

784,519 


1,441,158 
1,202,739 

717,539 
3,410,546 
1,375,515 
2,013,683 
1,425,297 

735,968 


28,501 
24,837 
14,453 
72,595 
29,636 
39,889 
32,629 
12,374 


23,847 
20,522 
12,018 
59,115 
25,066 
33,699 
24,880 
10,451 


8,613 
7,108 
4,292 

16,895 
8,951 

10,164 
6,688 
3,081 


26,806 

19,073 
131,289 


17,868 
12,333 
87,973 


2,873,694 

1,921,204 

15,643,974 


2,686,566 
1,778,560 
14,654,726 


323,646 

204,689 

1,840,933 


6,365,706 
4,062,228 
35,968,430 


5,766,405 

3,818,440 

33,321,146 


108,399 
69,643 
594,324 


85,836 

59,627 

490,372 


28,431 
21,942 
143,979 



United States^ total 

Regions ; 

The Northeastern States... 
The North Central States.. 

The South 

The West 

The Northeastern States: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

The North Central Slates: 

East North Central 

West North Central 

The South: 

South Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

The West: 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Vest North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Btah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 



1-40 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNITED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS. GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS. 

AND STATES 
Establishments and Sales 



Region, division, and State 



Retail trade, total 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Nuinber) 



Total, all 

estaDliah- 

ments 

($1,CXI0) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Food stores 



Total' 



Establishments 



Total ^ 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 
(Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Grocery stores 



Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Meat markets, 
fish (seafood) markets 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



United States, total.. 

Regions ; 

The Northeastern States 

The North Central States.... 

The South 

The West 

The Northeastern States: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

The North Central States; 

East North Central 

West North Central 

The South: 

South Atlajitic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

The West: 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

See footnotes at end of table. 



481,785 
519,618 
480,722 
239,525 



112,807 
368,978 



343,411 
176,207 



217,866 
100,623 
162,233 



62,357 
177,168 



11,624 
7,439 
4,623 
53,022 
10,396 
25,703 



183,440 
64,919 
120,619 



86,907 
41,624 
99,001 
67,995 
47,884 



35,380 
35,124 
47,262 
7,743 
8,338 
17,033 
25,327 



4,307 
24,857 

6,734 
30,959 
18,681 
38,049 
20,581 
32,395 
41,303 



26,472 
31,067 
26,158 
16,926 



18,783 
26,845 
25,312 
91,293 



8,223 
7,096 
3,974 
15,468 
8,481 
9,728 
6,670 
2,717 



26,806 

19.073 

131,289 



307,271 
358,742 
296,782 
161,245 



75,211 

232,060 



238,841 
119,901 



134,666 
59,833 
102,283 



43,071 
118,174 



7,742 
5,071 
3,183 

35,690 
5,984 

17,541 



119,392 
40,609 
72,059 



61,047 
31,544 
65,237 
50,331 
30,682 



24,476 
23,952 
30,252 
5,291 
6,096 
12,137 
17,697 



2,739 
15,829 

5,188 
20,453 
11,403 
21,997 
11,917 
19,571 
25,569 



16,040 
18,681 
14,990 
10, 122 



10,965 
15,759 
15, 568 
59,991 



5,865 
5,056 
2,826 
10,890 
5,319 
6,396 
4,772 
1,947 



17,868 
12,333 

87,973 



169,967,748 



45,965,287 
53,437,533 
43,769,322 
26,795,606 



10,911,468 
35,053,819 



37,256,221 
16,181,312 



20,608,887 
8,354,102 
14,806,333 



6,356,734 
20,438,872 



923,796 
603,991 
379,503 

5,539,100 
847,552 

2,617,526 



18,116,095 
6,144,769 
10,792,955 



9,633,332 
4,512,673 
11,018,913 
8,167,632 
3,923,671 



3,449,6»4 
3,077,580 
4,525,308 
661,577 
678,789 
1,587,789 
2,200,585 



492,399 
2,675,464 
1,212,450 
3,120,549 
1,401,206 
3,209,796 
1,518,889 
2,963,217 
4,014,417 



2,201,101 
2,759,416 
2,111,783 
1,281,802 



1,333,632 
2,339,289 
2,101,041 
9,032,371 



778,033 
670,057 
384,601 

1,726,759 
733,093 

1,001,004 
733,120 
330,067 



2,873,694 
1,921,204 
15,643,974 



157,932,676 



42,443,265 
50,163,689 
40,234,034 
25,091,638 



10, 179,424 
32,263,841 



35,097,399 
15,066,290 



19,033,539 
7,544,194 
13,656,351 



5,971,786 
19,119,352 



347,312 
562,277 
352,927 

5,202,232 
770,134 

2,444,492 



16,753,361 
5,616,437 
9,894,043 



9,096,152 
4,322,295 
10,308,557 
7,776,034 
3,594,361 



3,223,542 
2,854,100 
4,197,762 
603,385 
637,699 
1,485,819 
2,058,983 



461,595 
2,488,000 
1,176,800 
2,923,967 
1,285,354 
2,898,724 
1,345,475 
2,721,433 
3,731,691 



1,996,277 
2,511,800 
1,891,599 
1,144,513 



1,182,690 
2,126,049 
1,909,685 
8,437,927 



730,321 
624,607 
362,765 
1,636,681 
673,729 
935,990 
693,998 
313,695 



2,686,566 
1,778,560 
14,654,726 



118,263 
101,769 
122,504 
42,080 



25,588 
92,675 



71,490 
30,279 



55,727 
29,222 
37,555 



10,061 
32,019 



3,193 
1,532 
971 
12,274 
2,415 
5,153 



46,416 
15,288 
30,971 



19,870 
8,233 
20,764 
14,548 
8,075 



6,539 
5,494 
9,284 
1,234 
1,150 
2,564 
4,014 



893 
6,476 
1,484 
7,317 
5,332 
10,583 
5,986 
9,378 
7,778 



7,430 
8,737 
8,163 
4,892 



5,329 
7,990 
5,246 
13,990 



1,294 
1,120 

534 
2,502 
1,522 
1,659 
1,123 

307 



5,370 

3,583 

23,061 



61,725 
62,433 
51,616 
24,694 



14,286 
47,439 



43,850 
18,533 



24,051 
11,006 
16,559 



5,78" 
18,90' 



1,801 
1,040 
533 
6,822 
1,059 
2,981 



25,948 
7,314 
14,177 



12,356 
5,307 

11,740 
9,436 
5,011 



4,203 
3,496 
5,074 
724 
793 
1,700 
2,583 



405 
3,102 

968 
3,909 
2,253 
3,991 
2,194 
3,673 
3,546 



2,838 
3,417 
2,955 
1,796 



1,769 
2,318 
2,348 
9,624 



794 
690 
346 
1,480 
676 
867 
729 
205 



3,012 
2,040 
13,855 



39,762,213 



11,621,905 

11,718,327 

10,054,077 

6,367,904 



2,753,616 
8,868,289 



8,495,857 
3,222,470 



4,727,629 
1,981,384 
3,344,564 



1,363,012 
5,004,892 



245,055 
159,966 
91,739 
1,412,646 
205,742 
638,468 



4,666,405 
1,568,730 
2,633,154 



2,315,830 

980,930 

2,4U,626 

1,933,738 

351,733 



691,756 
586,671 
939,413 
109,443 
121,052 
295,043 
479,087 



94,787 
663,962 
224,737 
725,046 
362,045 
691,199 
376,134 
676,751 
912,968 



527,409 
638,981 
526,559 
288,935 



299,033 

495,638 

483,611 

2,066,232 



155,300 
139,546 

79,285 
379,374 
159,932 
230,110 
153,448 

66,017 



670,031 

466,555 

3,863,306 



35,233,411 



10,196,983 
10,658,599 
3,550,647 
5,827,182 



2,475,318 
7,721,665 



7,736,419 
2,922,180 



4,071,015 
1,594,270 
2,835,362 



1,254,978 
4,572,204 



210,931 
146,714 
31,473 
1,280,372 
176,684 
579,144 



4,106,845 
1,357,352 
2,257,468 



2,110,904 

911,382 

2,170,350 

1,784,190 

759,593 



625,830 
531,673 
842,273 
94,124 
112,422 
271,439 
444,419 



83,041 
579,886 
209,373 
646,582 
307,743 
555,231 
303,866 
565,887 
819,406 



431,617 
526,289 
414,729 
221,635 



225,085 

389,742 

415,883 

1,854,652 



142,376 
126,092 

74,101 
355,570 
144,144 
208,442 
141,416 

62,837 



600,143 

418,807 

3,553,254 



67,243 
74,904 
108,022 
29,271 



16,588 
50,655 



51,157 
23,747 



46,912 
27,308 
33.802 



8,227 
21,044 



2,733 
1,267 
826 
6,858 
1,428 
3,476 



22,014 
7,804 
20,837 



13,297 
6,812 
14,160 
10,932 
5,956 



4,901 
4,459 
6,970 
1,040 
980 
2,010 
3,387 



657 
4,253 

970 
6,572 
4,785 
9,728 
5,572 
8,472 
5,903 



6,721 
8,227 
7,691 
4,669 



5,058 
6,981 
4,688 
17,075 



1,093 

923 

452 

1,940 

1,332 

1,379 

867 

236 



3,948 
2,615 
14,481" 



34,420,764 



9,091,299 
10,283,203 
9,466,251 
5,580,011 



2,367,085 
6,724,214 



7,345,378 
2,937,825 



4,380j095 
1,901,359 
3,184,797 



1,282,909 
4,297,102 



229,613 
149, 100 
87,513 
1,182,520 
171,406 
546,928 



3,292,536 
1,214,946 
2,216,732 



1,943,742 

910,044 

2,054,534 

1,714,297 

722,761 



596,077 
539,800 
859,762 
101,431 
114,805 
263,844 
457,106 



83,719 
575,711 
198,098 
672,228 
345,824 
657,701 
362,442 
641,294 
843,078 



495,316 
617,675 
505,539 
282,329 



290,994 

456,842 

462,223 

1,974,738 



145,208 
130,546 

76,047 
353,869 
153,722 
219,414 
143,515 

60,588 



589,446 

415,246 

3,292,410 



27,354 



13,444 
5,810 
3,451 
4,649 



1,776 
11,668 



4,579 
1,231 



2,014 

391 

1,046 



393 
4,256 



108 
79 
37 
953 
148 
451 



7,956 
1,718 
1,994 



1,316 
236 

1,668 
699 
660 



476 
210 
248 



44 
423 

92 
253 

49 
348 
106 
209 
490 



102 
104 
96 



47 
468 

58 
473 



595 

432 

3,229 



2,128,117 



1,006,822 
515,762 
199,491 
406,042 



130,197 
876, 625 



424,193 
91,569 



104,406 
(D) 
(D) 



34,070 
371,972 



5,648 
3,475 
1,329 

72,410 
9,480 

37,855 



616,913 
123,861 
135,851 



124,669 
26,030 

140,411 
75,461 
57,422 



45,513 
14,155 
U,745 
3,086 
(D) 
7,857 
(D) 



4,145 
24,546 

6,047 
12,437 

3,029 
17,081 

3,618 

9,065 
24,438 



(D) 
7,734 
5,935 
3,300 



2,093 

22,901 

(D) 

38,774 



6,051 
5,699 

(D) 
(D) 
1,837 
3,759 
(D) 
(D) 



49;333 

33,339 

289,300 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-41 



Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 1934-UNITED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, B^' REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS. 

AND STATES-Continutd 
Establishments and Sales 







Food stores 


—Continued 






Bating, drinking places 












Total 


Eating places 
(including refresh- 
ment stands) 


Drinking places 




Fruit stores, vege- 
table narkets 


Candy, nut, con- 
fectionery stores 


Bakely products stores 




Establishments 


Sales 


Region, 
division. 


SstaCillsh- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Total' 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 




(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


Ctl,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(Number ) 


(»1,000) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




U,U6 


434,503 


20,507 


567,955 


19,034 


862,290 


319,657 


244,409 


13,101,051 


12,020,993 


195,128 


3,731,409 


123,887 


4,360,384 


U. 3. 


6,525 
2,475 
2,584 
1,552 


238,230 
99,160 
73,297 
73,816 


11,116 
5,391 
2,853 
1,147 


302,748 
158,965 
65,863 
40,379 


7,800 
5,972 
2,378 
2,884 


381,186 

274,986 

90,230 

115,883 


90,212 
107,347 
73,266 
48,832 


72,288 
82,031 
52,562 
37,528 


4,141,981 
4,148,518 
2,632,988 
2,177,564 


3,873,619 
3,757,738 
2,374,296 
2,015,340 


54,142 
56,641 
52,371 
31,974 


2,811,256 
2,393,370 
2,011,088 
1,515,695 


35,880 
50,582 
20,665 
16,760 


1,327,975 

1,752,964 

619,072 

660,373 


Regions 

N,C. 

South 

West 


1,173 
5,352 


43,777 
194,453 


885 

10,231 


26,700 
276,043 


1,893 
5,907 


68,430 
312,756 


18,367 
71,845 


15,319 
56,969 


780,521 
3,361,460 


741,793 
3,131,826 


12,768 
41,374 


583, 100 
2,228,156 


5,559 
30,321 


197,009 
1,U0,966 


HE 
N.E. 
M.A. 


1,856 
619 


77,016 
22,14^ 


3,985 
1,406 


126,015 
32,950 


4,361 
1,611 


217,625 
57,361 


74,462 
32,885 


57,522 
24,509 


3,074,694 
1,073,824 


2,803,128 
954,610 


36,339 
20,302 


1,713,230 
680,140 


38,043 
12,539 


1,360,084 
392,880 


S.C. 
E.N.C. 
W.B.C. 


1,575 
412 

597 


46,354 
10,254 
16,689 


2,001 

318 
531 


47,280 
8,300 
10,283 


1,265 
333 
780 


53,066 
13,777 
23,337 


32,658 
13,063 
27,545 


23,734 
9,463 
19,365 


1,330,105 
434,920 
867,963 


1,212,493 
389,200 
772,603 


23,758 
10,299 
18,314 


1,006,143 
344,716 
660,229 


8,802 
2,734 
9,129 


322,508 
89,862 
206,702 


South 
S.A. 
E.S.C, 
W.S.C. 


210 
1,342 


6,002 
67,814 


313 

834 


7,140 
33,239 


486 
2,398 


16,241 
99,647 


12,917 
35,915 


10,025 
27,503 


511,251 
1,666,313 


470,359 
1,544,481 


7,701 


313,368 
1,197,327 


5,186 
11,574 


192,369 
468,004 


West 
Mt. 
Pac. 


50 
59 
17 

695 
93 

259 


1,601 
1,951 
441 
27,225 
2,7&i 
9,795 


85 

46 

16 

456 

48 
234 


2,1U 
1,115 
288 
13,833 
1,281 
8,072 


136 
73 
45 
1,041 
228 
370 


3,477 
2,095 
1,013 

38,678 
6,381 

16,766 


1,485 
1,064 
586 
8,749 
1,917 
4,566 


1,205 
862 
476 
7,625 
1,427 
3,724 


40,815 
32,200 
17,562 

435,959 
63,886 

190,099 


33,229 
30,120 
16,510 

420,511 
57,698 

178,725 


1,267 
935 
517 
5,830 
1,145 
3,074 


35,762 
29,230 
15,588 

318,011 
44,096 

140,413 


210 

129 

69 

2,903 
768 

1,430 


5,003 
2,970 
1,974 
117,830 
19,744 
49,488 


N.E. 
Maine 
N.H. 
Vt. 
Mass. 
R.I. 
Conn. 


3,368 

756 

1,228 


125,350 
24,670 
44,433 


4,950 
2,276 
3,005 


145,939 
69,720 
60,389 


3,141 
1,086 
1,680 


190,448 
53,129 
69,179 


35,397 
13,472 
22,976 


29,743 
10,522 
16,704 


1,938,552 
592,105 
830, 803 


1,845,452 
542,343 
744,031 


22,017 
6,830 
12,527 


1,390,465 
339,983 
497,703 


13,330 
6,624 

10,367 


547,167 
251,741 
332,058 


M.A. 
N.Y. 
N.J. 
Pa. 


730 
185 
498 
343 

100 


26,842 
7,216 
20,341 
15,017 
7,600 


1,196 
313 

1,400 
805 
271 


31,042 

7,512 

43,153 

36,413 

7,895 


1,104 
338 

1,376 
870 
673 


58,406 
14,680 
73,562 
43,409 
27,568 


17,239 
7,543 
22,233 
13,476 
13,921 


14,379 
6,737 
16,035 
11,858 
8,513 


770,405 
324,911 
1,012,667 
589,765 
376,946 


724,001 
312,581 
901,361 
564,723 

300,462 


9,504 
4,730 
10,457 
7,638 
4,010 


451,757 
190,417 
586,981 
338,246 
145,829 


7,707 
2,303 
11,812 
5,324 
9,897 


318,008 
134,392 
425,452 
251,243 
230,989 


E.N.C. 
Ohio 
Ind. 

111. 

Mich. 

Wis. 


107 
112 
217 
8 
22 
77 
76 


4,727 
3,371 
7,703 
363 
399 
2,380 
3,201 


203 
147 
844 
33 
23 
58 
93 


5,997 
3,627 
18,138 
672 
395 
2,119 
2,002 


571 
258 
393 
59 
55 
127 
148 


21,432 
8,800 

14,058 
2,583 
2,065 
4,827 
3,546 


6,781 
6,459 
8,985 
1,609 
1,513 
3,218 
4,320 


5,091 
4,807 
6,553 
1,101 
1,177 
2,558 
3,222 


250,202 
183,055 
304,140 
53,192 
44,962 
118,151 
115,122 


226,396 
161,497 
272,122 
44,878 
40,854 
106,955 
101,903 


4,189 
3,920 
5,274 
738 
1,023 
1,957 
3,151 


146,219 
122,093 
198,243 
25,117 
29,052 
69,979 
89,427 


2,582 

2,531 
3,697 
317 
490 
1,257 
1,165 


103,711 
65,851 

105,668 
28,023 
15,910 
48,093 
25,619 


W.N.C. 
Minn. 
Iowa 
Mo. 
N.Dali. 
S.Dai. 
Nebr. 
Kans. 


44 
319 

59 
139 

89 
118 

95 
191 
521 


1,360 
8,866 
1,882 
5,129 
2,706 
3,737 
3,180 
5,678" 
13,816 


62 
670 

35 
408 
237 
131 

58 
191 
212 


1,683 
14,194 
1,683 
11,611 
4,193 
2,554 
2,015 
3,995 
5,352 


38 
328 

61 
131 

61 
110 

55 
145 
336 


1,421 
14,759 
4,374 
6,999 
1,977 
4,194 
1,980 
4,767 
12,595 


685 
5,003 
1,358 
4,384 
3,410 
4,127 
2,153 
3,620 
7,918 


501 
3,895 
1,268 
3,576 
2,232 
2,909 
1,419 
2,492 
5,442 


28,863 
242,490 
111,139 
179,544 

77,886 
133,652 

62,527 
140,321 
353,683 


26,113 
224,798 
109,737 
163,610 

65,564 
117,368 

53,783 
125, 531 
320,989 


469 
2,544 
1,148 
3,694 
2,263 
3,654 
1,901 
2,984 
5,101 


20,105 
135,782 

99,046 
155,316 

57,681 
120,381 

56,601 
116,827 
243,904 


214 

2,445 

206 

680 

1,137 

457 

252 

616 

2,795 


8,708 

106,528 

12,025 

24,064 

20,101 

12,539 

5,926 

23,160 

109,457 


SJl. 
Del. 
Md. 
D.C. 
Va. 
W.Va. 
N.C. 
S.C. 
Oa. 
Fla. 


155 

UA 

116 

27 


3,445 

3,490 

2,669 

650 


134 
90 
66 
28 


2,745 

2,849 

2,051 

655 


117 
102 
75 
39 


5,185 
3,582 

3,960 
1,050 


3,931 
4,315 
2,886 
1,931 


3,073 
3,107 
2,026 
1,257 


150,350 

135,871 

95,603 

53,096 


133,972 
121,397 
84,675 
44,156 


2,779 
3,459 
2,457 
1,604 


102,423 
115,692 
82,221 
44,380 


1,146 
846 
417 
325 


47,383 
20,081 
13,222 
8,676 


E.S.C. 
Ky. 
Tenn. 
Ala. 
Miss. 


41 
KI9 

98 
349 


1,331 
1,997 
2,522 
10,839 


55 
122 
116 
238 


1,031 
2,346 
2,200 
4,706 


47 
152 
121 
460 


1,205 

5,954 

3,066 

13,162 


2,379 
5,000 
4,332 
15,834 


1,725 

3,288 

2,912 

11,440 


62,937 
174,465 
122,604 
507,957 


55,349 
149,395 
106,064 
461,795 


1,996 
2,485 
3,086 
10,747 


55,564 
101,246 

95,329 
408,090 


381 
2,491 
1,236 
5,021 


7,355 
72,869 
27,187 
99,291 


W.S.C. 
Ark. 
La. 
Okla. 
Texas 


2 
14 

'65 
27 
67 
33 
2 


(D) 
440 

2,52D 
721 

1,335 
809 
(D) 


28 
41 
28 

88 
41 
21 
56 

10 


601 
566 
568 

2,441 
699 
822 

1,241 
202 


58 
46 

17 
Ul 
57 
88 
72 
17 , 


2,042 

1,174 

636 

4,006 
2,004 
3,040 
2,419 
920 


2,072 
1,473 

799 
2,762 
1,634 
2,159 
l',223 

795 


1,604 

1,127 

615 

2,346 

1,168 

1,591 

989 

585 


30,815 
47,816 
35,607 
124,732 
58,060 
79,267 
45,082 
39,872 


73,731 
42,506 
33,095 
118,626 
52,264 
71,681 
42,146 
36,760 


924 

792 

481 

1,810 

1,024 

1,429 

378 

363 


39,603 
27,491 
21,768 
85,217 
34,883 
49,483 
36,419 
23,499 


1,144 
681 
316 
933 
602 
728 
345 
432 


41,154 
20,325 
13,713 
39,257 
23,121 
29,763 
8,663 
16,373 


Mt. 
Mont. 
Idaho 
Wyo. 
Colo. 
N.Mex. 
Aria. 
Utah 
Nev. 


101 

102 

1,139 


4,262 
4,402 
59,150 


123 

93 

608 


3,082 

2,580 

27,577 


328 

209 

1,861 


12,318 
6,472 
80,857 


5,147 

3,782 

26,986 


4,057 

2,926 

20,520 


211,657 

137,071 

1,317,585 


195, U7 

125,557 

1,223,787 


3,179 
2,421 
18,673 


U5,541 
94,001 
957,785 


1,962 
1,357 
3,255 


65,990 
42,948 
359,066 


Pac. 
Wash. 
Oreg. 
Calif. 



1-42 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-UNITED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS. GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, 

AND STATES-Continued 
Establishments and Sales 



Region, division, and State 



General merchandise group 



Establishments 



Total^ 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



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



Establish- 
mente vith 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Department stores 



Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Variety stores 



Establish- 



( Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General merchandise 
stores, n.e.c. 



Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 



Establishments 



Total^ 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 
(Number) 



United States, total. 

Regions : 

The Northeastern States.... 
The North Central States .. . 

The South 

The West 

The Northeastern States: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

The North Central States: 

East North Central 

West North Central 

The South: 

South Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

The West: 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

See footnotes at end of table. 



76,198 



17,250 

19,214 

30, 7 W 

8,970 



4,573 
12,677 



11,207 
8,007 



13,549 
8,692 
8,523 



3,010 
5,960 



835 
434 
322 
1,795 
350 
837 



6,384 
2,103 

4,190 



2,784 
1,519 
3,107 
2,236 
1,561 



1,575 

1,320 

2,539 

424 

420 

723 

1,006 



173 
1,005 

197 
2,665 
1,443 
2,905 
1,399 
2,224 
1,538 



2,201 
2,387 
2,320 

1,784 



1,523 
1,637 
1,270 
4,093 



365 
369 
206 
598 
564 
460 
338 
110 



994 

771 

4,195 



9,986 
14,162 
19,742 

6,664 



3,053 
6,933 



8,427 
5,735 



8,407 
4,982 
6,353 



2,224 

4,440 



539 
286 
218 
1,285 
198 
527 



3,270 

1,145 
2,518 



2,148 
1,203 
2,181 
1,768 
1,127 



1,161 
1,064 
1,539 
306 
312 
579 
774 



101 
611 
129 

1,427 
923 

1,783 
929 

1,458 

1,046 



1,159 
1,355 
1,388 
1,080 



987 
1,109 

956 
3,301 



255 
289 
158 
470 
376 
348 
256 



766 
523 

1,151 



17,872,386 



4,399,962 
5,680,174 
5,014,056 
2,778,194 



1,040,394 
3,359,568 



4,041,459 
1,638,715 



2,385,647 

1,005,102 
1,623,307 



673,483 
2,104,711 



100,087 
44,298 
33,516 

562,489 
77,882 

222,122 



1,676,578 

434,905 

1,248,085 



1,164,659 
485,059 

1,108,400 
864,358 
418,983 



364,573 
269,545 
533,768 
63,297 
64,048 
164,486 
178,998 



48, 193 
294,397 
180,092 
391,029 
207,547 
393,870 
170,352 
354,413 
345,754 



258,970 
329,623 
264,808 

151,701 



148,954 
295,628 
223,404 
955,321 



66,610 
72,586 
33,543 
178,772 
81,597 
109,402 
100,873 
30,100 



346,413 

202,658 

1,555,640 



4,267,468 
5,566,404 
4,766,040 
2,727,422 



1,012,100 
3,255,368 



3,932,229 
1,584,175 



2,270,807 

918,800 

1,576,433 



654,159 
2,073,263 



93,389 
40,774 
30,970 

553,809 
76,386 

216,772 



1,621,358 

417,509 

1,216,501 



1,151,825 
477,385 

1,090,172 
854,378 
408,469 



353,903 
263,833 
509,300 
60,213 
61,226 
161,042 
174,658 



46,875 
283,205 
177,744 
362,259 
196,499 
368,274 
159,622 
339,329 
337,000 



235,616 
302,145 
243,500 
137,539 



137,166 
283,936 
216,902 
938,429 



63,664 
70,726 
32,345 

176,424 
76,645 

106,772 
98,587 
28,996 



341,353 

197,324 

1,534,586 



585 
966 
800 
410 



203 
382 



662 
304 



447 
136 
217 



126 
284 



10 
10 
116 



171 
103 
179 
127 
82 



12 
81 
42 
123 
51 



21 
34 
40 
122 



10,557,843 



2,756,506 
3,644,186 
2,469,106 
1,688,045 



611,460 
2,145,046 



2,741,228 
902,958 



1,253,474 
407,719 
807,913 



308,933 
,379,112 



33,487 
10,385 
10,308 

387,402 
51,190 

118,688 



1,097,218 
245,897 
801,931 



824,656 
309,318 
775,105 
591,000 
241,149 



212,750 
142,021 
334,090 
26,385 
24,183 
89,029 
74,500 



34,422 
199,841 
151,594 
202,774 

74,414 
162,268 

65,444 
185,382 
177,335 



100,936 

176,115 

94,223 

36,445 



43,771 
145,656 

99,071 
519,415 



25,024 
29,967 
9,180 
112,282 
25,002 
35,589 
57,648 
14, 241 



228,185 

120,546 

1,030,381 



20,917 



4,815 
6,228 
6,403 
3,471 



1,490 
3,325 



3,943 
2,285 



2,848 
1,300 
2,255 



788 
2,683 



257 
155 

68 
633 

92 
285 



1,543 

576 

1,206 



1,021 
536 

1,020 
894 
472 



490 
468 
573 
84 
99 
223 
348 



47 
276 
118 
373 
206 
465 
294 
555 
514 



323 
443 
290 
244 



279 

248 

402 

1,326 



74 
95 
47 
191 
116 
169 
70 
26 



433 

335 

1,915 



3,066,634 



915,213 
898,134 
850,971 
402,316 



236,470 
678,743 



658,041 
240,093 



441,463 
162,180 
247,328 



99,254 
303,062 



34,646 
15,238 
9,823 
105,510 
17,480 
53,773 



324,085 
108,158 
246,500 



185,525 
92,577 
160,329 
154,964 
64,646 



46,372 
47,406 
63,889 
8,821 
9,531 
24,523 
39,551 



8,196 
49,729 
22,282 
68,402 
47,503 
68,111 
35,216 
61,764 
80,260 



45,453 
48,402 
44.226 
24,099 



21,393 
45,041 
35,885 
145,009 



9,135 
9,833 
5,140 
27,457 
12,802 
18,483 
12,016 
4,388 



45,974 

27,721 

229,367 



51,814 



11,666 

ll,8&i 

23,245 

5,019 



2,838 
8,828 



6,526 
5,358 



10,080 
7,182 
5,983 



2,060 
2,959 



553 
267 
242 
1,028 
241 
507 



4,596 
1,457 
2,775 



1,582 

864 

1,888 

1,205 

987 



1,030 
770 

1,887 
305 
298 
466 
602 



118 

676 

67 

2,165 

1,177 

2,273 

1,036 

1,610 

958 



1,827 
1,858 
1,988 
1,509 



1,217 

1,343 

806 

2,617 



268 
250 
151 
369 
422 
279 
246 
75 



503 

401 

2,055 



4,233,133 



724,947 
1,135,186 
1,687,121 

685,879 



191,710 
533,237 

640,648 
494,538 

(D) 

(D) 

566,132 



264,328 
421,551 



31,852 
18,663 
13,377 
69,251 
9,162 
49,405 



253,981 
80,398 I 
198,858 



154,330 
82, %2 
172,560 
118,166 
112,630 



105,373 
79,868 

135,341 
27,977 
30,334 
50,846 
64,799 



5,575 
44,499 
(D) 
119,057 
85,436 
162,825 
68,654 
107,031 
87,903 



(D) 
104,374 
126,073 
91,017 



83,648 
104,593 

87,888 
290,003 



32,349 
32,786 
19,223 
38,985 
43,561 
55,220 
31,119 
11,085 



72,iM 

54,289 

295,028 



119,743 



42,327 
32,548 
28,877 
15,991 



9,122 
33,205 



23,081 
9,467 



14,177 
5,761 
8,939 



3,515 
12,476 



812 
593 
320 

4,333 
749 

2,315 



17,906 
5,631 
9,668 



5,487 
2,622 
7,589 

4,TO0 
2,683 



1,983 

1,840 

2,706 

355 

420 

809 

1,354 



335 
1,597 

666 
1,820 
1,009 
2,331 
1,201 
1,9U 
3,305 



1,400 
1,731 
1,575 
1,055 



982 
1,505 
1,370 
5,082 



439 
366 
235 
884 
438 
553 
400 
200 



1,495 
1,000 
9,981 



97,829 



32,439 
27,232 
25,035 
13,123 



7,348 
25,091 



19,377 
7,855 



12,235 
5,037 
7,763 



2,971 
10,152 



678 
473 
268 

3,489 
551 

1,889 



13,494 
4,243 
7,354 



4,675 
2,382 
6,147 
4,106 
2,067 



1,633 

1,538 

2,232 

285 

344 

687 

1,136 



271 
1,299 

580 
1,650 

915 
2,055 
1,043 
1,667 
2,755 



1,210 

1,495 

1,383" 

949 



854 
1,247 
1,136 
4,526 



385 
320 
201 
734 
376 
451 

ja 

160 



1,255 

800 
8,097 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-43 

Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNlTED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, 

AND STATES-Continued 
Establishments and Sales 



Apparel, accessories stores— Continued 






Furniture, 


home furnishings, appliance dealers 






Total'— Continued 










Total 












Sales 


Shoe £ 


tores 


Women's clothing 
specialty stores 


Establishments 


Sal 


es 


Furniture, nome 
fumlshlnga stores 


Household, 
radio, TV 


appliance, 
stores 


Region, 






























division, 
and State 


Total, all 

ertabllsh- 

nents^ 


Istabllsh- 

ments with 

payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establlsh- 
luents 


Sales 


Total^ 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


(»1,000) 


(»1,000) 


(Number) 


(»1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




11,078,209 


10,701,223 


23,847 


1,895,252 


45,213 


4,332,852 


91,797 


65,773 


8,619,002 


8,151,300 


50,729 


5,373,919 


40,542 


3,237,323 


U. S: 
Regions 


3,897,906 


3,733,108 


8,059 


627,133 


17,107 


1,614,145 


25,952 


17,832 


2,461,080 


2,323,074 


15,455 


1,510,485 


10,293 


947,515 


NE 


3,0U,555 


2,923,403 


7,396 


558,185 


11,634 


1,132,183 


27,386 


19,462 


2,527,490 


2,383,236 


13,193 


1,528,879 


14,081 


996,831 


N.C. 


2,667,"t20 


2,597,194 


5,150 


436,313 


10,214 


987,787 


24,225 


18,339 


2,146,125 


2,042,947 


14,323 


1,387,190 


9,768 


757,095 


South 


1,^98,328 


1,447,518 


3,242 


273,621 


6,258 


598,737 


14,234 


10,140 


1,484,307 


1,402,043 


7,758 


947,365 


6,400 


535,882 


West 


776,348 


749,460 


1,900 


133,022 


3,410 


302,083 


6,463 


4,481 


517,605 


487,903 


3,639 


311,029 


2,770 


206,004 


NE 
N.E. 


3,121,558 


2,983,^8 


6,159 


494,111 


13,697 


1,312,062 


19,489 


13,351 


1,943,475 


1,835,171 


11,816 


1,199,456 


7,523 


741,511 


M.A. 


2,205,602 


2,143,538 


5,307 


425,109 


8,373 


829,633 


18,542 


13,150 


1,812,624 


1,715,754 


9,098 


1,101,011 


9,360 


710,257 


N.C. 
E.N.C. 


808,953 


779,865 


2,089 


133,076 


3,261 


302,550 


■8,844 


6,312 


714,866 


667,482 


4,095 


427,868 


4,721 


286,574 


W.N.C. 
South 


1,288,176 


1,252,640 


2,432 


213,496 


5,171 


499,719 


11,437 


8,833 


1,054,056 


1,010,974 


6,982 


687,962 


4,405 


365,400 


S.A. 


512,686 


500,214 


1,020 


74,981 


1,839 


180,603 


4,859 


3,779 


396,976 


376,562 


2,819 


255,316 


2,020 


141,344 


E.S.C. 


866,558 


844,340 


1,698 


147,936 


3,204 


307,465 


7,929 


5,727 


695,093 


655,411 


4,522 


443,912 


3,343 


250,351 


U.S.C. 


305,303 


295,791 


629 


47,968 


1,393 


120,862 


3,196 


2,310 


299,056 


282,216 


1,588 


178,951 


1,594 


119,919 


Weat 
Mt. 


1,193,025 


1,151,727 


2,613 


225,653 


4,865 


477,875 


11,038 


7,830 


1,185,251 


1,119,827 


6,170 


768,414 


4,806 


415,963 


Pac. 


50,478 


47,836 


172 


8,702 


276 


15,596 


569 


387 


33,924 


31,416 


251 


16,992 


308 


16,894 


N.E. 
Maine 


37,579 


35,841 


115 


5,839 


232 


13,784 


459 


313 


24,612 


22,820 


235 


13,873 


216 


10,665 


N.H. 


18,419 


17,893 


52 


3,412 


125 


6,339 


284 


186 


16,757 


15,729 


133 


7,301 


149 


9,434 


Vt. 


407,725 


394,859 


989 


71,298 


1,607 


159,651 


2,972 


2,030 


255,785 


240,097 


1,787 


162,806 


1,175 


92,895 


Mass. 


67,401 


64,581 


165 


12,146 


262 


30,785 


570 


356 


37,109 


34,319 


370 


25,570 


188 


11,387 


R.I. 


194,746 


188,450 


407 


31,625 


908 


75,928 


1,609 


1,209 


149,418j 


143,522 


863 


84,487 


734 


64,729 


Conn. 


1,876,694 


1,801,034 


3,196 


270,244 


7,528 


798,967 


9,814 


6,882 


1,019,365 


967,483 


6,307 


630,025 


3,429 


387,770 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


481,080 


456,980 


1,022 


79,546 


2,398 


189,848 


3,226 


2,334 


344,697 


328,955 


2,068 


204,539 


1,140 


139,964 


N.J. 


763,784 


725,634 


1,941 


144,321 


3,771 


323,247 


6,449 


4,135 


579,413 


538,733 


3,441 


364,892 


2,954 


213,777 


Pa. 


525,685 


512,149 


1,398 


110,700 


1,798 


172,682 


5,093 


3,483 


485,217 


455,747 


2,556 


294,485 


2,513 


190,196 


E.N.C. 
Ohio 


239,822 


236,176 


598 


49,260 


971 


90,394 


2,465 


1,881 


224,783 


215,349 


1,185 


136,089 


1,262 


88,594 


Ind. 


753,894 


728,352 


1,571 


129,726 


2,977 


291,847 


4,810 


3,350 


517,526 


490,764 


2,559 


333,434 


2,233 


183,634 


111. 


481,652 


472,302 


1,076 


92,726 


1,700 


194,590 


3,787 


2,851 


405,278 


388,782 


1,811 


244,515 


1,966 


leO,663 


Mich. 


204,549 


194,559 


664 


42,697 


927 


80,120 


2,387 


1,585 


179,820 


165,112 


987 


92,488 


1,386 


87,170 


Wis. 


189,836 


183,616 


401 


25,661 


666 


73,331 


1,632 


1,176 


144,703 


134,255 


831 


92,337 


799 


52,324 


W.N.C. 
Minn. 


144,111 


137,699 


428 


28,181 


596 


50,834 


1,976 


1,338 


136,889 


125,611 


836 


76,520 


1,128 


60,157 


Iowa 


2il,151 


233,233 


670 


40,883 


935 


91,040 


2,298 


1,626 


210,707 


198,247 


1,216 


136,214 


1,072 


74,383 


Mo. 


30,761 


29,431 


49 


4,337 


128 


11,595 


273 


203 


22,383 


20,987 


95 


12,055 


178 


10,328 


N.Dak. 


27,415 


26,225 


67 


4,237 


152 


10,051 


345 


261 


21,504 


20,064 


128 


11,369 


217 


10,135 


S.Dai. 


74,203 


71,821 


187 


11,282 


289 


29,735 


955 


695 


72,655 


67,907 


369 


39,912 


586 


32,743 


Nebr. 


101,476 


97,840 


267 


18,495 


495 


35,964 


1,365 


1,013 


106,025 


100,411 


620 


59,461 


741 


46,504 


Kans. 


30,737 


29,653 


61 


5,803 


128 


12,901 


246 


174 


27,049 


25,705 


137 


14,534 


107 


12,451 


S.A. 
Del. 


139,865 


U3,711 


333 


24,845 


526 


48,582 


1,049 


755 


109,785 


105,355 


604 


73,486 


439 


36,175 


Md. 


104,843 


102, U9 


134 


20,086 


255 


43,255 


330 


256 


65,290 


63,596 


218 


38,261 


112 


27,029 


D.C. 


182,961 


179,6U 


326 


30,042 


580 


67,999 


1,558 


1,268 


U7,675 


143,461 


943 


95,152 


607 


52,477 


Va. 


85,132 


83,922 


182 


14,921 


347 


32,131 


908 


716 


70,739 


68,315 


444 


45,268 


464 


25,471 


W.Va. 


196,319 


191,351 


392 


28,135 


840 


72,962 


2,123 


1,661 


177,308 


170,054 


1,504 


127,173 


607 


50,035 


N.C. 


89,567 


86,869 


157 


12,151 


436 


32,362 


1,092 


854 


91,560 


87,304 


710 


61,363 


378 


30,145 


S.C. 


170,977 


167,177 


312 


30,457 


692 


61,741 


1,672 


1,330 


143,716 


136,940 


1,008 


96,930 


658 


46,624 


Oa. 


287,775 


278,227 


535 


47,056 


1,367 


127,786 


2,459 


1,819 


220,934 


210,244 


1,414 


135,745 


1,033 


84,993 


Fla. 


124,990 


121,466 


269 


19,020 


455 


43,759 


1,172 


866 


98,323 


92,789 


627 


59,362 


535 


38,813 


E.S.C. 
Ky. 


173,727 


169,759 


324 


25,498 


533 


62,493 


1,564 


1,154 


U3,163 


125,271 


976 


90,599 


582 


42,456 


Tenn. 


133,317 


130,417 


274 


21,CK8 


508 


45,643 


1,324 


1,108 


107,503 


104,071 


778 


70,636 


542 


36,807 


Ala. 


80,652 


78,572 


153 


9,415 


343 


28,708 


799 


651 


57,987 


54,431 


438 


34,719 


361 


23,268 


Miss. 


69,472 


66,980 


208 


12,297 


289 


20,705 


849 


617 


56,823 


52,569 


492 


35,104 


351 


21,573 


W.3.C. 
Ark. 


159,321 


154,705 


298 


28,2U 


501 


56,920 


1,205 


923 


125,782 


119,988 


712 


87,753 


483 


37,883 


La. 


117,419 


113,179 


271 


20,975 


487 


42,730 


1,376 


938 


99,713 


91,371 


773 


64,398 


597 


35,269 


Okla. 


520,346 


509,476 


921 


86,353 


1,927 


187,110 


4,499 


3,249 


412,775 


391,483 


2,545 


256,657 


1,912 


155,626 


Texas 


36,091 


34,957 


50 


3,551 


158 


11,897 


319 


235 


30,710 


28,750 


135 


16,509 


184 


14,201 


Mt. 
Mont. 


26,187 


25,383 


57 


3,966 


171 


10,512 


362 


280 


30,315 


28,401 


163 


16,721 


199 


U,594 


Idaho 


16,334 


15,744 


48 


2,274 


92 


5,624 


203 


143 


14,750" 


13,672 


96 


8,815 


107 


5,935 


Wyo. 


81,991 


79,491 


170 


14,129 


339 


36,681 


882 


634 


87,865 


83,485 


466 


50,423 


414 


37,436 


Colo. 


35,702 


34,586 


81 


6,552 


166 


11,840 


368 


272 


31,587 


29,989 


190 


18,282 


176 


13,281 


N.Mex. 


52,240 


50,622 


104 


8,423 


221 


20,168 


560 


394 


52,536 


49,648 


291 


36, 162 


265 


16,314 


Ariz. 


36, U5 


35,251 


76 


5,710 


164 


15,430 


383 


265 


36,853 


34,619 


186 


24,058 


193 


12,705 


Utah 


20,613 


19,757 


43 


3,363 


82 


8,710 


119 


87 


14,440 


13,652 


61 


7,981 


56 


6,453 


Nev. 


m,887 


128,263 


334 


30,665 


559 


51,277 


1,494 


1,016 


132,277 


123,397 


732 


77,641 


748 


54,490 


Pac. 
Wash. 


83,971 


80,573 


211 


15,782 


385 


34,805 


938 


510 


84,658 


78,506 


460 


50,994 


472 


33,590 


Oreg. 


977,167 


942,891 


2,068 


179,206 


3,921 


391,793 


8,606 


6,204 


968,316 


917,924 


4,978 


639,779 


3,586 


327,883 


Calif. 



1-44 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-UNITED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS 

AND STATES-Continued 
Establishments and Sales 



Region, division, and State 



Automotive group 



Total' 



Establlsbments 



Total^ 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,00)) 



Passenger car 
dealers (franchised) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Passenger car deal- 
ers (nonfranchlsed) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Seles 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Tire, batteiy, 
accessory dealers 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Gasoline ser- 
vice stations 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



United States,, total.. 



Regions : 

The Northeastern States 

The North Central States 

The South 

The West 

The NortheaftelTi States: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

The North Central States: 

East North Central 

West North Central 

The South; 

South Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

The West: 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minneaota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

See footnotes at end of table. 



85,953 



17,939 
27,636 
27,601 
12,777 



5,016 
12,923 



17,254 
10,382 



iX,475 
5,666 
10,460 



3,877 
8,900 



635 
444 
263 

2,150 
388 

1,136 



5,451 
2,371 
5,101 



4,610 
2,535 
4,349 
3,518 
2,242 



1,819 
1,988 
2,691 
442 
540 
1,058 
1,844 



177 

980 

206 

1,683 

958 

2,195 

1,268 

1,929 

2,079 



1,509 

1,782 

1,413 

962 



1,184 
1,141 
1,914 
6,221 



490 
462 
30O 
1,030 
501 
534 
404 
156 



1,478 
1,102 

6,320 



68,573 



14,631 
22,658 
21,279 
10,005 



4,128 
10,503 



14,258 
8,400 



9,145 
4,406 
7,728 



3,159 
6,346 



515 

348 
231 
1,714 
322 
998 



4,411 
1,897 
4,195 



3,776 
2,125 
3,555 
2,904 



1,517 

1,728 

1,999 

406 

460 

842 

1,448 



139 
824 
182 

1,479 
802 

1,691 
920 

1,497 

1,611 



1,175 

1,328 

1,081 

822 



961 
1,384 
4,497 



414 
404 
260 
810 
389 
410 
330 
U2 



1,118 

828 

4,900 



6,905,152 
9,756,905 
8,557,532 
4,695,408 



1,758,552 
5,146,600 



6,788,811 
2,968,094 



3,773,753 
1,688,761 
3,095,018 



1,219,741 
3,475,667 



163,544 
106,273 
73,196 
833,755 
140,423 
441,361 



2,344,574 

980,738 

1,821,288 



1,748, 157 

878,416 

1,805,007 

1,696,791 

660,440 



579,582 
546,601 
816,633 
126,691 
134,563 
287,753 
476,271 



75,455 
423,742 
177,826 
574,594 
253,273 
609,254 
299,258 
530,916 
779,435 



428,346 
556,266 
433,338 
270,811 



280,849 

440,457 

451,867 

1,921,845 



152,998 
135,081 

85,203 
335,326 
U5,345 
168,416 
139,465 

57,907 



453,175 

356,851 

2,665,641 



29,351,877 



6,808,100 
9,596,763 
8,345,396 
4,601,618 



1,733,580 
5,074,520 



6,692,663 
2,904,100 



3,701,215 
1,651,485 
2,992,696 



1,194,933 
3,406,685 



160,304 
103,875 
72,708 
320,295 
138,227 
438,171 



2,312,170 

967,656 

1,794,694 



1,721,929 

866,930 

1,776,913 

1,677,269 

649,622 



568,300 
536,029 
794, 161 
125,629 
132,239 
281,465 
466,277 



74,299 
420,288 
177, 152 
566,508 
249,553 
594,652 
285,916 
567,206 
765,641 



419,152 
543,954 
421,816 
266,563 



272,373 

433,571 

433,287 

1,853,465 



150,954 
132,811 

84,267 
327,660 
140,399 
164,706 
136,801 

57,335 



441,413 

345,845 

2,619,427 



41,407 



9,170 
14,794 
12,005 

5,438 



2,610 
6,560 



8,849 
5,945 



5,046 
2,595 
4,364 



2,058 
3,380 



341 
247 
175 
1,125 
181 
541 



2,677 
1,087 
2,796 



2,138 
1,295 
2,296 
1,671 
1,449 



1,208 
1,290 
1,157 
351 
362 
640 
937 



91 
450 
79 
906 
538 
1,006 
479 
805 
692 



765 
723 
559 
548 



537 

529 

803 

2,495 



356 
300 
198 
460 
257 
200 
206 
81 



677 

520 

2,183 



25,107,984 



5,934,576 
8,420,694 
6,866,712 
3,836,002 



1,529,519 

4,455,057 



5,865,110 
2,555,584 



3,055,039 
1,363,584 
2,448,089 



995,787 
2,840,215 



141,965 
92,811 
64,786 
737,642 
116,620 
375,695 



2,025,668 

840,485 

1,588,904 



1,478,306 

744,593 

1,578,036 

1,472,605 

591, 570 



513,946 
479,690 
672,435 
119,530 
117,354 
252,362 
400,267 



68,410 
361,624 
142,353 
492, 581 
220,000 
491,249 
224,088 
457,527 
597,207 



350,587 
443,188 
335,610 
234,199 



224,168 
365,097 
346,643 

1,512,181 



140,782 
116,813 

74,853 
261,234 
117,041 
125,334 
116,106 

43,624 



371,105 

296,354 

2,172,756 



3,982 
5,568 
7,355 
3,235 



1,156 
2,326 



3,685 
1,883 



3,047 
1,507 

2,801 



851 
2,384 



171 
33 
35 
503 
101 
263 



1,198 

580 

1,048 



1,033 
541 
881 
889 
341 



240 
211 
758 
10 
61 
197 
406 



262 

70 
336 
228 
573 
434 
546 
559 



390 
607 
394 
116 



273 
246 
473 

1,809 



35 
68 
41 
319 
107 
159 
91 
31 



352 

261 

1,771 



482,792 
636,030 
851,637 
453,058 



113,934 
368,303 



460,301 
175,729 



362,633 
171,804 
317,195 



119,131 
333,927 



10,794 
6,829 
4,741 
46,171 
12,290 
33,159 



173,886 
72,324 
122,598 



125,799 
63,006 
118,531 
120,366 
32,599 



29, 169 
22,193 
72,174 
1,029 
4,875 
16,959 
29,325 



2,619 
31,443 
22,619 
34,547 
17,236 
56,406 
42,117 
53,958 
96,688 



43,349 
63,196 
53,683 
11,076 



27,276 

35,147 

44,298 

210,474 



3,160 
8,689 
3,642 
46,434 
13,263 
23,346 
12,491 
8,106 



41,205 
27,546 
265,176 



3,609 
5,458 
6,853 
2,925 



927 
2,682 



3,",04 
2,054 



2,657 
1,371 
2,825 

686 
2,239 



85 
71 
41 

412 
74 

244 



1,150 

523 

1,009 



504 
903 
610 
299 



255 

400 
665 
63 
75 
175 
421 



33 
205 

46 
353 
170 
562 
315 
485 
488: 



317 
384 
401 
269 



344 

298 

582 

1,601 



72 
70 
42 
182 
103 
114 
77 
26 



289 
223 

1,727 



333,900 
516,049 
638, 5U 
275,529 



90,004 
243,896 



334,700 
181,349 



279,099 
133,394 
276,018 



65,326 
210,203 



7,876 
4,382 
2,356 

41,211 
9,686 

24,493 



107,081 
43,811 
88,004 



110,811 
49,997 
80,729 
67,257 
25,906 



25,296 
34,952 
59,964 
4,251 
6,332 
13,813 
36,741 



2,863 
22, 511 
11,404 
37,792 
14,365 
54,432 
28, 566 
52,494 
54,672 



27,038 
42,753 
39,803 
23,800 



23,053 
31,412 
51,241 
165,312 



6,553 
7,188 
3,700 

16,047 
9,637 

12,252 
6,482 
3,467 



27,847 
21,156 
161,200 



131,747 



38,026 
57,691 
57,015 
29,015 



10,315 
27,711 



35,950 
21,741 



26,165 
10,812 
20,038 



8,366 
20,649 



1,212 
813 
534 

4,467 
958 

2,331 



11,565 
5,403 
10,743 



8,756 
5,188 
3,920 
8,170 
4,916 



4,230 
4,493 
5,534 
858 
1,040 
2,143 
3,438 



475 
2,302 

422 
4,036 
2,242 
5,176 
2,684 
4,113 
4,715 



2,641 
3,396 
2,933 
1,837 



2,102 
2,544 
3,400 
11,992 



934 

929 

577 

2,026 

1,233 

1,315 

1,003 

349 



3,356 
2,525 

14,768 



120,855 



24,598 
38,805 
37,213 
20,239 



6,983 
17,615 



25,238 
13,517 



16,731 
7,118 
13,364 



5,642 
14,597 



780 
517 
352 

3,095 
568 

1,671 



7,695 
3,561 
6,359 



6,228 
3,838 
6,102 
6,104 
3,016 



2,632 
2,737 
3,420 
480 
664 
1,378 
2,206 



297 
1,720 

398 
2,776 
1,394 
2,822 
1,662 
2,629 
3,033 



1,697 
2,388 
1,754 
1,279 



1,282 
1,876 
1,948 
8,258 



626 
603 
383 
1,382 
763 
893 
727 
265 



2,192 

1,651 
10,754 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-45 



Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-UNITED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS. 

AND STATES-Continued 
Establishments and Sales 



Gasoline service 
stations— Continued 








Lumber 


, building materials, hardware, farm 


equipment dealers 










Sales 


Total 


Farm equipment dealers 


Lumber, building 
materials dealers 


Plumbing, paint, 
electrical stores 


Hardware 


stores 




Establishments 


Sales 


Region, 
division. 


Total, ill 
establish- 
ments 
(♦1,000) 


Bstabllsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

(♦1,000) 


Total' 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 
(Number) 


Total, all 

establlsh- 

raents' 

(♦1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(♦l,000) 


Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(♦1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 
(♦1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(♦1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(♦1,000) 


and State 


10,743,812 


9,292,000 


100,519 


78,507 


13,123,528 


12,642,454 


18,639 


2,804,532 


30,177 


6,502,861 


16, 501 


1,115,197 


34,853 


2,694,343 


U. S. 


2,172,116 
3,507,548 
3,091,154 
1,972,994 


1,829,418 
3,064,486 
2,652j438 
1,745,658 


20,058 
42,529 
24,274 
13,658 


14,506 
33,937 
19,642 
10,422 


2,585,987 
5,160,%1 
3,335,232 
2,041,348 


2,478,597 
4,971,553 
3,229,120 
1,963,184 


1,872 
10,264 
4,582 
1,971 


239,758 

1,434,763 

706,600 

423,411 


5,746 
11,503 
8,212 
4,716 


1,408,439 
2,304,474 
1,730,299 
1,059,649 


4,550 
6,296 
3,048 
2,607 


317,296 
407,836 
221,236 
163,829 


7,790 
14,364 
3,380 
4,324 


619,016 

1,011,516 

675,203 

388,613 


Hcgione 
NE 
N.C. 
South 
Meat 


572,362 
1,599,754 


487,082 
1,342,336 


4,823 
15,235 


3,607 
10,899 


662,488 
1,923,499 


640,148 
1,838,449 


377 
1,495 


50,234 
189,524 


1,436 
4,310 


367,390 
1,041,049 


1,062 
3,483 


70,422 
246,874 


1,926 
5,864 


174,228 
444,788 


NE 
N.E. 
M.A. 


2,372,728 
1,134,820 


2,107,202 
957,284 


23,750 
13,779 


18,632 
15,305 


3,086,870 
2,074,091 


2,976,016 
1,995,537 


4,627 
5,637 


642,593 
792,170 


6,481 
5,022 


1,524,529 
779,945 


4,334 
1,962 


277,862 
129,974 


8,248 
6,116 


640,452 
371,064 


N.C. 
E.N.C. 
W.N.C. 


1,439,628 

594,351 

1,057,175 


1,224,778 
507,271 
920,389 


9,28; 
5,051 
9,939 


7,382 
4,045 
8,215 


1,397,398 

638,137 

1,299,697 


1,355,858 

612,967 

1,260,295 


1,532 
1,059 
1,991 


256,084 
156,296 
294,220 


2,629 
1,427 
4,156 


704,012 
275,287 
751,000 


1,312 

530 

1,206 


96,377 
38,312 
86,547 


3,785 
2,029 
2,566 


340,009 
167,554 
167,640 


South 
S.A. 
E.S.C. 
W.S.C. 


521,422 
1,451,572 


457,624 
1,288,034 


4,522 
9,136 


3,642 
6,780 


627,737 
1,413,611 


608,677 
1,354,507 


1,003 
968 


169,047 
254,354 


1,584 
3,132 


314,085 
745,564 


618 
1,989 


35,863 
132,966 


1,309 
3,015 


108,424 
280,189 


West 
Mt. 
Pac. 


60,655 
40,299 
24,626 

257,965 
45,918 

142,899 


51,335 
34,207 
20,470 

220,295 
35,666 

125,109 


541 
347 
297 

2,194 
395 

1,049 


415 
247 
217 
1,650 
241 
837 


52,068 
37,409 
25,971 

313,916 
52,197 

180,927 


49,148 
35,965 
24,507 

303,918 
49,759 

176,851 


93 
40 
75 
93 
14 
62 


9,134 
3,950 
7,666 
18,761 
1,534 
9,139 


149 
112 
57 
665 
113 
340 


19,609 
16,932 
9,670 

173, 177 
29,314 

118,688 


73 
63 
71 

503 
93 

244 


4,052 
2,379 
3,530 

35,658 
4,669 

20,134 


217 
132 
94 
916 
166 
401 


19,239 

14,143 
5,105 
86, 168 
16,610 
32,958 


N.E. 
Maine 
N.H. 
Vt. 
Mass. 
B.I. 
Conn. 


710,018 
323,278 
566,458 


608,406 
273,276 
460,654 


7,242 
2,741 
5,252 


5,172 
1,943 
3,784 


903,973 
392,214 
627,312 


861,925 
375,568 
600,956 


681 
126 
688 


35,141 
23,350 
31,033 


1,953 

839 

1,468 


464,066 
248,917 
328,066 


1,701 

598 

1,189 


127,801 
46,308 
72,765 


2,875 
1,110 
1,879 


226, 531 
73,229 
145,028 


M.A. 
N.Y. 
N.J. 
Pa. 


616,977 
320,660 
605,189' 
569,253 
260,549 


550,173 
291,436 
532,207 
514,359 
219,027 


5,664 
3,283 
6,225 
4,864 
3,714 


4,432 
2,753 
4,767 
3,856 
2,824 


772,457 
432,212 
813,898 
665,164 
403,139 


745,305 
423,026 
730,223 
642,550 
384,907 


986 
753 
1,219 
764 
905 


131,308 
118,913 
191,696 
100,856 
99,320 


1,561 

972 

1,672 

1,302 

974 


401,170 
198,513 
339,001 
357,067 
178,778 


1,136 
564 

1,188 
908 
538 


76,165 
32,141 
75,548 
64,805 
29,203 


1,963 
988 
2,140 
1,868 
1,289 


163,124 
82, 589 
157,581 
141,936 
95,222 


E.N.C. 
Ohio 
Ind. 
111. 
Mich. 
Wis. 


220,560 
222,053 
300,858" 
42,292 
49,226 
125,916 
173,915 


184,696 
183,401 
257,124 
34,370 
41,290 
108,690 
147,713 


3,944 
4,315 
3,085 
1,396 
1,268 
2,133 
2,638 


3,220 
3,579 
2,405 
1,118 
1,092 
1,743 
2,148 


436,622 
477,433 
376,934 
145,397 
129,813 
232, 145 
275,747 


419,838 
459,607 
362,784 
137,871 
126,003 
223,307 
266,077 


1,069 
1,3% 
678 
498 
456 
722 
818 


144,366 
204,363 
100,534 
75,033 
63,559 
102,080 
102,230 


1,002 
1,134 
891 
359 
341 
549 
746 


165,793 
171,595 
173, U3 
39,361 
40,165 
77,997 
111,401 


366 
475 
456 
73 
67 
188 
337 


26,106 
23,189 
40,179 
5,283 
3,026 
13,569 
18,622 


1,503 
1,300 
1,044 
460 
404 
670 
735 


100,223 
78, 129 
62,320 
24,988 
23,063 
38,409 
43,432 


W.N.C. 
Minn. 
Iowa 
Mo. 

N.Dak. 
S.Dak. 
Nebr. 
Kans. 


27,465 
162,677 

55,627 
231,816 

98,106 
245,354 
127,415 
222,455 
268,713 


23,363 

147,731 
54,937 
203,066 
81,194 
191,984 
104,637 
190,115 
227,751 


207 
1,065 

171 
1,322 

740 
1,661 

861 
1,373 
1,884 


155 
781 
137 

1,098 
592 

1,327 
719 

1,131 

1,442 


29,601 
174,915 

34,679 
197,099 

82,453 
255,306 
113,910 
202,673 
306,757 


28,653 
169,289 

33,729 
192,567 

80,460 
247,592 
109,758 
195,499 
293,311 


27 
156 

267 
74 
392 
175 
305 
136 


3,896 
24,137 

43,549 
7,520 
78,140 
25,837 
47,197 
25,808 


68 
269 

32 
390 
221 
445 
257 
352 
595 


17,243 
104,439 
21,262 
35,438 
43,702 
97,779 
56,717 
89,428 
187,954 


36 
146 

45 
142 
135 
194 
102 
126 
386 


3,054 
9,466 
7,168 

10,697 
6,758 

13,441 
6,447 

11,590 

27,756 


76 
488 

94 
519 
310 
622 
325 
586 
765 


5,408 
36,519 

6,249 
57,377 
24,478 
65,682 
24,353 
54,232 
65,161 


S.A. 
Del. 

Md. 

D.C. 

Va. 

W.Va. 

N.C. 

S.C. 

Ga. 

Fla. 


144,033 
201,330 
145,484 
103,504 


122,165 

176,462 

118,442 

90,202 


1,528 

1,488 

1,123 

912 


1,210 

1,194 

909 

732 


186,161 
205,445 
136,909 
109,622 


178,155 
197,517 
132,201 
105,094 


305 
281 
230 
243 


45,916 
38,420 
31,736 
40,224 


471 
442 
248 
266 


85,253 
96,490 
52,072 
41,472 


206 
157 
92 
75 


11,998 
12,907 
8,841 
4,566 


546 
602 
553 
328 


42,994 
56,940 
44,260 
23,360 


E.S.C. 
Ky. 
Tenn. 
Ala. 
Miss. 


91,765 
161,923 
160,388 
643,099 


75,411 
146,413 
128,276 
570,289 


1,067 
1,254 
1,868 
5,750 


889 
1,006 
1,500 
4,820 


130,665 
183,764 
207,481 
772,787 


126,057 
183,330 
199,365 
751,543 


268 

179 

448 

1,096 


54,131 
33,402 
48,849 
157,333 


333 

510 

713 

2,600 


47,041 
114,485 
123,101 
466,373 


125 
115 
227 
739 


7,621 
10,410 
12,730 
55,736 


339 

450 

474 

1,303 


21,860 
30,467 
22,537 
92,726 


W.S.C. 
Ark. 
La. 
Okla. 
Texas 


55,584 
^1,563 
34,375 
124,906 
67,632 
89,485 
64,419 
33,S58~ 


47,902 
43,225 
30,313 
109,604 
57,404 
79,997 
57,923 
31,256 


849 
662 
309 
1,157 
448 
481 
499 
117 


663 
548 
257 
949 
372 
363 
405 
35 


105,636 
86,409 
38,217 

158,251 
59,933 
98,962 
59,810 
20,519 


101,450 
83,215 
37,307 

154,379 
58,271 
96,670 
58, 176 
19,209 


240 
190 
72 
265 
74 
60 
85 
17 


47,611 
39,351 

9,773 
33,212 

9,719 
14,894 
11,327 

2,660 


257 
205 
104 
366 
207 
215 
186 
44 


32,521 
28,423 
13,582 
88,457 
34,067 
66,733 
32,817 
12,480 


92 
62 
40 

151 
52 
81 

123 
17 


3,329 
3,257 
2,071 
11,573 
3,503 
4,521 
6,432 
1,177 


258 
203 

93 
375 
113 
123 
105 

39 


22, 165 

14,785 
7,791 
25,009 
12,442 
12,796 
9,234 
4,202 


Ml. 
Mont. 
Idaho 
Wyo. 
Colo. 
N.Mex. 
Ariz. 
Utah 
Nev. 


196,896 

U3,574 

1,111,102 


167,520 
121,554 
998,960 


1,743 
1,360 
6,033 


.1,301 

962 

4,517 


223,505 

160,152 

1,029,954 


214,053 
151,800 
983,654 


248 
186 
534 


60,490 
41,057 
152,817 


572 

510 

2,050 


91,425 
67,341 
586,798 


341 

ISO 

1,463 


20,410 
15,040 
97,516 


580 

476 

1,959 


51,134 
36,560 
192,495 


Pao. 
Wash. 
Oreg. 
Calif. 



1-46 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNITED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, 

AND STATES-Continued 

Establishments and Sales 



Region, division, and State 



Drug stores, proprietary stores 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



with payroll 
(Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Other retail stores 



Establishments 



Total^ 
(Number) 



With payroll 
(Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Liquor stores 



Establishments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



United States, total. 

Regions : 

The Northeastern States .... 
The North Central'States.. . 

The South 

The West 

The Northeastern States: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

The North Central States: 

East North Central 

West North Central 

The South: 

South Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

The West: 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central; 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Eaat South Central: 

Kentucky , 

Tennessee 

Alabama , 

MiBsisalppl 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahom 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah , 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington , 

Oregon 

California 



15,6S8 
16,952 
16,252 
7,117 



4,034 
11,654 



10,951 
6,001 



7,011 
3,380 
5,861 



2,151 
4,966 



359 
206 
132 
2,062 
355 
920 



5,884 
1,760 
4,010 



2,792 
1,409 
3,171 
2,394 

1,185 



960 
1,094 
1,825 
217 
269 
665 
971 



153 

792 

325 

843 

439 

1,020 

672 

1,171 

1,596 



782 

1,050 

900 

648 



656 

937 

1,006 

3,262 



240 
216 
132 
650 
264 
330 
224 
95 



S62 

545 

3,559 



49,489 



13,764 
15,214 
14,142 
6,369 



3,810 
9,954 



10,023 
5,191 



6,191 
2,906 
5,045 



1,929 

4,440 



341 
190 
126 
1,976 
323 
854 



5,000 
1,568 
3,386 



2,564 
1,329 
2,821 
2,230 
1,079 



884 
900 
1,549 
183 
243 
555 
877 



129 
752 
301 
815 
423 
922 
596 
1,025 
1,228 



740 
890 
758 
518 



542 
821 
874 



206 
192 
118 
590 
236 
292 
206 
87 



788 

489 

3,163 



5,251,791 



1,251,587 

1,699,116 

1,426,514 

874,574 



340,348 
911,239 



1,191,425 
507,691 



691,005 
256,185 
479,324 



234,378 
640,196 



25,530 
14,378 
6,344 
175,362 
31,031 
35,703 



465,496 
152,097 
293,646 



292,478 
147,438 
333,155 
3U,263 

105,091 



99,126 
32,696 
164,530 
18,316 
19,621 
47,860 
75,542 



14,003 
100,005 
56,525 
102,524 
38,008 
95,310 
48,575 
96,720 
139,335 



73,695 
76,985 
65,395 
40, 110 



39,316 
80,267 
74,513 
285,228 



20,909 
19,805 
13,010 
74,361 
27,648 
35,183 
26,433 
17,029 



94,539 

51,281 

494,376 



5,103,861 



1,206,589 

1,659,753 

1,382,376 

855,138 



334,598 
371,991 



1,169,325 
489,933 



673,283 
246,419 
462,674 



228,908 
626,230 



25,060 
13,880 
3,134 
173,190 
30,241 
84,093 



4-43,748 
147;85l' 
230,392 



286,908 
145,396 
325,609 
308,905 
102, 507 



97,002 
78,190 
158,314 
17,530 
19,165 
45,608 
73,624 



13,475 
93,807 
55,539 

101,380 
37,766 
93,270' 
46,375 
93,106 

133,015 



72,707 
74,119 
62,691 
36,902 



37, 103 

77,591 

71,767 

276,203 



20,093 
19,075 
12,536 
72,901 
26,910 
34,553 
25,955 
16,885 



93,305 

49,805 

483,120 



226,903 



69,391 
63,253 
57,606 
36,148 



18,327 

51,564 



41,245 
22,013 



27,351 
10,841 
19,414 



8,637 

27,511 



1,492 
1,167 
743 
3,302 
1,672 
4,451 



27,439 
9,471 
14,604 



10,243 
5,414 

12,821 
7,395 
5,372 



4,347 
4,213 
5,941 
786 
1,050 
2,157 
3,519 



774 
3,021 
1,234 
3,625 
1,685 
4,488 
2,666 
3,854 
6,004 



3,096 
3,465 
2,614 
1,666 



2,225 
2,681 
2,690 
11,818 



988 

920 

575 

2,400 

1,245 

1,324 

794 

391 



3,650 
2,627 
21,234 



133,105 



39,705 
38,750 
34, 102 
20,543 



10,961 
23,744 



25,331 
13,419 



16,335 
6,539 
11,223 



5,043 
15,505 



980 
715 
481 

5,428 
828 

2,529 



15,623 
5,233 



6,247 
3,624 
7,603 
4,631 
3,226 



2,737 
2,573 
3,469 
460 
720 
1,319 
2,141 



520 
1,803 

904 
2,219 
1,055 
2,602 
1,432 
2,438 
3,362 



1,913 

2,177 

1,490 

954 



1,337 
1,5U 
1,478 
6,900 



642 
574 
333 
1,396 
653 
728 
474 
243 



2,210' 

1,421 

11,374 



5,019,126 
4,632,702 
3,951,574 
2,333,482 



1,336,134 
3,632,992 



3,027,837 
1,604,865 



2,053,365 

703,477 

1,194,732 



516,344 
1,367,138 



135,545 
97,488 
64,556 

665,739 
99,753 

323,053 



1,978,494 
669,062 
935,436 



769,909 
393,161 
977,404 
490,973 
396,385 



343,403 
379,396 
425,541 
45,740 
61,483 
152,557 
196,740 



106,753 
257,692 
176,247 
346,513 
106,374 
330,959 
124,152 
272,317 
332,358 



181,793 
225,639 
180,L28 
115,867 



142,131 
153,149 
134.164 
760,288 



68,642 
54,624 
32,750 
135,837 
59,303 
76,119 
62,473 
26,596 



332,461 

197,941 

1,336,736 



14,370,934 



4,487,628 
4,217,540 
3,567,743 
2,098,013 



1,254,053 
3,233,570 



2,768,007 
1,449,533 



1,371,387 

635,383 

1,060,973 



457,164 
1,640,854 



127,813 
91,332 
61,030 

610,309 
36,265 

277,259 



1,752,874 
537,488 
893,208 



706,693 
367,477 
885,114 
447,666 
361,057 



315,322 
349,570 
382,021 
40,308 
55,503 
135,751 
171,058 



101,693 
235,602 
170,451 
327,867 

98,686 
301,321 

96,100 
248,915 
290,752 



163,329 
203,915 
164,706 
103,433 



127,797 
139,359 
116,086 
677,736 



63,502 
48,822 
28,720 
118,217 
48,943 
66,903 
57,749 
24,308 



312,969 

180,165 

1,147,720 



31,240 



9,477 
8,175 
7,629 
5,759 



3,084 
6,393 



4,541 
3,634 



3,678 
1,045 
3,106 



1,343 
4,416 



59 
45 
32 

1,335 
278 

1,335 



3,936 
1,432 
1,025 



1,032 
653 

1,816 
561 
479 



772 
193 
633 
168 
359 
405 
904 



219 
487 
326 
151 
155 
169 
715 
597 
857 



468 

430 

90 



483 ■ 

499 

134 

1,985 



192 

117 

77 

436 

290 

U7 

33 

51 



236 

105 

4,053 



981,150 
784,624 
857,736 
557,259 



283,887 
697,263 



518,275 
266,349 



512,369 
135,997 
209,370 



108, 100 
449,159 



20,859 
16, 966 
8,881 
144,752 
18,654 
73,775 



347,316 
128,371 
221,576 



185,909 
30,956 

212,585 
56,759 
32,066 



75,466 
3ff,015 
64,637 
6,066 
16,785 
21,339 
44,021 



15,906 
52,246 
82,972 
100,218 
35,126 
69,408 
29,676 
50,957 
75,860 



41,071 

47,459 

40,358 

7,109 



26,409 

25,239 

3,532 

154,190 



19,469 
U,362 

5,759 
27,542 
U,681 
11,583 
13,495 

4,209 



63,621 

32,360 

353,176 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-47 

Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNlTED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, 

AND STATES-Continued 
Establishments and Sales 



Otlier retail stores— Continued 




Fuel, ice dealers 


Feed, faro, 
garden supply stores 


Jewelry stores 


Book, stationery stores 


Sporting goods, 
bicycle stores 


Florists 


Region, 


























division. 


























and State 


Establish- 
oents 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


,Sales 


Establish- 
ments 


Sales 




(Number) 


(»l,00O) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




27,070 


2,842, 0« 


23,792 


4,093,466 


24,266 


1,407,943 


3,115 


575,620 


10, 013 


450,792 


16,279 


495,553 


U. S. 
Regions 


11,617 


1,406,909 


3,864 


803,734 


6,308 


370,480 


3,697 


221,411 


2,742 


116,937 


4,877 


149,163 


N£ 


7,i20 


719, 175 


9,300 


1,529,471 


7,536 


405,770 


1,719 


(D) 


2,882 


(D) 


4,279 


148,245 


N.C. 


5,981 


509,294 


7,424 


1,189,671 


6,334 


397,237 


1,296 


(D) 


2,242 


(D) 


4,087 


133,175 


South 


2,052 


206,666 


3,204 


570, 540 


4,038 


234,461 


1,403 


(D) 


2,147 


104,265 


2,136 


64, %5 


West 


4,218 


475,910 


1,022 


225,213 


1,463 


93,638 


638 


44,172 


728 


28, 862 


1,144 


31,671 


KE 

B.E. 


7,399 


930, 999 


2,842 


573, 571 


4,845 


271,342 


3,059 


177,239 


2,014 


88,075 


3,733 


117,497 


M.A. 


5,173 


542,438 


4,713 


807,225 


4,991 


294,695 


1,230 


98,698 


2,104 


99,453 


3,175 


109,447 


N.C. 
E.M.C. 


2,247 


176,737 


4,532 


722,246 


2,595 


111,075 


439 


(D) 


778 


(D) 


1,104 


38,798 


W.N.C. 
South 


3,041 


318,276 


3,158 


563,209 


3,021 


181,068 


621 


(D) 


1,073 


44,383 


2,172 


59,108 


S.A. 


1,356 


84,683 


1,625 


239,979 


1,221 


73,579 


194 


12,158" 


3% 


15,791 


1,079 


29,966 


E.S.C. 


l,58i 


106,335 


2,641 


386,483 


2,092 


142,590 


481 


44,154 


773 


(D) 


1,736 


44,101 


W.S.C. 


665 


54,000 


870 


135,435 


1,057 


48,773 


219 


(D) 


515 


26,158 


431 


15,701 


West 
Mt. 


1,387 


152,666 


2,334 


435,105 


2,981 


135,633 


1,184 


97,495 


1,632 


78,107 


1,655 


49,264 


Pac. 


382 


47,116 


182 


40,551 


153 


7,536 


48 


2,414 


71 


(D) 


72 


1,933 


N.E. 
Maine 


343 


30,947 


122 


29,964 


99 


3,487 


44 


2,376 


71 


(D) 


60 


1,686 


N.H. 


162 


16,167 


172 


29,243 


50 


2,234 


18 


866 


38 


1,293 


33 


695 


Vt. 


2,115 


243,797 


273 


60,066 


747 


55,391 


318 


24,836 


322 


13,022 


635 


17,721 


Mass. 


413 


39,694 


53 


3,756 


111 


8,121 


54 


2,631 


61 


2,015 


123 


2,811 


R.I. 


803 


98,189 


220 


56,633 


303 


21,869 


156 


11,049 


165 


8,342 


221 


6,825 


Conn. 


3,492 


531,112 


1,302 


260,809 


2,493 


143,907 


2,074 


123,402 


971 


44,437 


1,733 


61,560 


M.A. 
N.Y. 


1,728 


201,487 


394 


116,854 


746 


39,597 


510 


24,916 


375 


18,595 


636 


13,909 


N.J. 


2,179 


198,400 


1,146 


200,908 


1,606 


83,338 


475 


23.921 


668 


25,043 


1,264 


37, 028 


Pa. 


1,152 


84,717 


1,096 


205,205 


1,350 


79,546 


278 


22,604 


490 


20,015 


902 


30,381 


E.N.C. 
Ohio 


870 


70,787 


810 


158,581 


623 


39,372 


126 


8,532 


264 


12,215 


336 


11,010 


Ind. 


1,54* 


180,484 


1,299 


208,219 


1,413 


86,179 


522 


40,247 


485 


27, 835 


977 


36,231 


111. 


970 


115,231 


574 


73,071 


971 


64,550 


224 


19, %3 


504 


26,187 


648 


22,362 


Mich. 


637 


91,219 


939 


162,149 


634 


25,048 


130 


7,302 


361 


13,201 


312 


9,413 


Wis. 


392 


46,259 


725 


133,093 


556 


20,504 


89 


6,623 


133 


8,341 


205 


7,781 


W.N.C. 
Minn. 


531 


37,407 


1,385 


226,879 


482 


21,463 


82 


5,599 


130 


5,692 


197 


6,081 


Iowa 


759 


53,449 


1,014 


164,902 


636 


34,534 


135 


10,692 


200 


8,733 


334 


14, 221 


Mo. 


32 


5,183 


154 


19,6<:6 


131 


4,091 


10 


(D) 


19 


(D) 


20 


1,074 


N.Dak. 


94 


5,252 


193 


26,469 


102 


3,567 


10 


445 


42 


1,060 


34 


743 


S.Dals. 


182 


16,167 


546 


75,543 


246 


9,778 


36 


3,343 


73 


3,732 


107 


3,192 


Nebr. 


207 


13,020 


565 


75,664 


4*2 


17,138 


77 


5,333 


126 


4,881 


207 


5,706 


Kans. 


87 


29, OU 


109 


45,622 


51 


3,018 


14 


(D) 


15 


992 


37 


1,232 


S.A. 
Del. 


385 


47,985 


289 


72,349 


275 


23,512 


95 


9,133 


135 


6,257 


237 


6,993 


m. 


51 


28,882 


8 


718 


134 


13,700 


56 


9,041 


37 


2,723 


39 


4,332 


D.C. 


582 


55,360 


437 


102,031 


413 


26, 528 


33 


4,881 


111 


4,439 


270 


9,511 


Va. 


145 


6,678 


196 


24,971 


257 


12,212 


36 


2,708 


70 


1,930 


127 


4,466 


W.Va. 


694 


66,233 


652 


93,956 


574 


27, 589 


97 


7,882 


U3 


7,447 


440 


10,459 


N.C. 


333 


25,377 


311 


30,720 


254 


10,146 


38 


3,699 


84 


3,291 


133 


3,631 


S.O. 


353 


24,101 


618 


108,253 


452 


32,763 


55 


(D) 


119 


5,421 


406 


9,041 


Ga. 


4U 


34,709 


538 


84,089 


611 


31,600 


147 


9,964 


354 


11,333 


333 


8,843 


Fla 


383 


24,339 


439 


54,453 


341 


18,093 


44 


2,914 


36 


3,191 


243 


7,307 


E.S.C. 
Ky. 


432 


21,897 


485 


72,314 


367 


25,059 


72 


4,178 


149 


6,319 


340 


10,370 


Tenn. 


369 


19,354 


360 


54,452 


316 


21,921 


55 


3,788 


107 


4,704 


322 


3,051 


Ala. 


172 


19,093 


341 


58,760 


197 


8,506 


23 


1,278 


54 


1,577 


174 


3,738 


Miss. 


211- 


14,651 


335 


68,711 


211 


8,749 


42 


1,793 


74 


(D) 


161 


3,454 


W.S.C. 
Ark. 


210 


18,530 


278 


39,006 


306 


22,304 


77 


5,864 


110 


5,250 


248 


7,513 


La. 


245 


11,700 


421 


46,135 


339 


19,764 


83 


7,021 


134 


5,366 


229 


6,451 


Okla. 


918 


61,454 


1,607 


232,631 


1,236 


91,773 


279 


29,476 


455 


23,346 


1,098 


26,683 


Texas 


73 


4,829 


127 


25,001 


121 


4,488 


26 


1,222 


58 


(D) 


48 


1,739 


Mt. 
Mont. 


81 


6,136 


116 


16,573 


130 


4,730 


28 


1,644 


69 


2,847 


56 


1,862 


Idaho 


43 


5,346 


62 


8,990 


79 


2,836 


17 


%0 


30 


(D) 


39 


1,072 


Wyo. 


192 


11,655 


240 


34,387 


278 


12,835 


67 


5,243 


153 


8,470 


125 


4,429 


Colo. 


66 


4,806 


104 


13,121 


120 


6,200 


33 


1,972 


42 


2,345 


63 


1,814 


N .Hex . 


72 


9,474 


105 


17,717 


169 


8,517 


26 


2,336 


79 


2,811 


62 


2,253 


Ariz. 


94 


5,970 


99 


16,236 


109 


6,165 


15 


1,955 


63 


4,416 


68 


1,690 


Utah 


44 


5,784 


17 


3,405 


51 


3,007 


7 


(D) 


21 


(D) 


20 


737 


Nev. 


490 


75,248 


431 


86,866 


434 


28,596 


llA 


12,783 


303 


13,608 


234 


7,203 


Pac. 
Wash. 


294 


31,975 


349 


64,522 


319 


16,540 


90 


6,588 


223 


9,839 


185 


4,955 


Oreg. 


603 


45,443 


1,554 


283,717 


2,228 


140,547 


980 


73,124 


1,106 


54,660 


1,236 


37,106 


Calif. 



1-48 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNlTED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, 

AND STATES-Continued 
Establishments and Sales 











Other retail stores- 


-Continued 










Region, division, and State 


cigar stores, stands 


Neus dealers. 


1 

newsstands 


Gift, novelty, 
souvenir stores 


Music 


stores 


Camera, photographic 
supply stores 




Establislunents 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Establishments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Eotablishments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(Nuinber) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


United States, total.. 

Regions ; 

The Northeastern States 

The North Central States 


6,068 

2,783 

1,701 

689 

895 

430 
2,353 

1,255 
446 

348 
70 
271 

167 
728 

22 

12 

9 

240 

24 
123 

1,393 
296 
664 

322 
168 
463 

192 
110 

75 
97 
186 

"is 

53 
20 

22 
27 
32 
33 
25 
42 
12 
24 
131 

16 
32 
9 
13 

28 
33 
58 
152 

11 
25 
24 
70 

8 
10 
10 

9 

101 
61 
566 


233,124 

116,565 

62,190 

(D) 

(D) 

20,597 
95,963 

47,541 
14,649 

(D) 

(D) 

8,496 

(D) 
25,274 

1,017 

664 

228 

12,884 

895 

4,909 

61,507 
12,494 
21,967 

11,042 
5,235 

20,231 
6,445 
4,538 

2,562 
3,254 
6,031 

416 

1,665 

721 

1,122 

2,269 
(D) 

1,466 
549 
924 
240 
910 

3,650 

906 

1,128 

255 

(D) 

869 
1,779 
1,183 
4,665 

(D) 
782 
868 
1,851 
226 
240 
732 
396 

3,626 

1,489 

20,159 


7,178 

3,503 
1,423 

1,411 
841 

643 
2,860 

1,045 
378 

744 
163 
484 

193 
643 

39 
39 
2o 

327 
75 

137 

1,628 

441 
791 

219 
84 
526 
144 
72 

62 
58 
124 
14 
13 
33 
74 

28 
90 
72 
91 
32 

122 
40 
63 

150 

54 
35 
63 
31 

55 

66 

43 

320 

27 
11 
15 
36 
44 
36 
9 
15 

56 

58 

534 


248,438 

132,724 
49,555 
39,113 
27,046 

36,402 
96,322 

39,675 
9,880 

22,868 
4,093 
12,152 

6,573 
20,473 

2,269 
2,426 
1,179 
22,122 
3,042 
5,364 

52,381 
17,555 
26,386 

8,230 
3.592 
19,033 
5,763 
3,057 

1,743 

1,361 

3,490 

4o6 

337 

846 

1,637 

1,299 
2,867 
2,824 
3,154 
3,004 
3,144 
901 
1,626 
4,049 

1,203 
1,027 
1,293 

570 

910 
1,970 
1,151 
8,121 

954 

303 

313 

961 

1,271 

1,172 

259 

1,340 

1,045 

1,384 

18,044 


12,149 

4,253 
3,005 
2,613 
2,278 

1,166 
3,037 

2,186 
319 

1,586 
404 
623 

712 
1,566 

U9 
91 
67 

568 
36 

205 

1,459 
660 
9o8 

485 
206 
70O 
495 
300 

194 
117 
275 
32 
3b 
47 
113 

28 
162 

91 
169 

65 
176 

74 
111 
710 

123 
153 
62 
61 

79 
112 

36 
346 

63 
22 
69 

vn 

U3 
158 
36 
44 

169 

126 

1,271 


282,966 

99,792 
69 ,498 
54,477 
59,199 

23,202 
76,590 

50,918 
18,580 

34,891 
8,003 
11,583 

19,813 
39,386 

2,337 
1,731 
971 
11,293 
1,993 
4,372 

41,476 
16,134 
13,930 

9,835 

4,387 

18,400 

11,470 

6,326 

3,58o 

2,335 

7,745 

615 

308 

915 

2,576 

763 
3,727 
3,702 
3,894 
1,038 
3,329 
1,375 
2,935 
U,128 

2,210 
3,564 
1,065 
1,164 

1,336 
1,837 
1,501 
6,859 

1,198 
555 
2,518 
4,651 
3,590 
4,558 
732 
2,011 

2,974 
1,957 
34,455 


5,810 

1,539 
1,327 
1,326 
1,068 

342 
1,247 

1,289 
538 

633 
213 

480 

242 
826 

23 
28 
10 
156 
26 
99 

593 
199 
455 

333 
166 
339 
271 
180 

126 
121 
136 
17 
23 
41 
74 

9 
74 
30 
70 
62 
96 
57 
93 
U2 

55 
80 
46 
32 

27 
73 
75 

305 

27 
22 
17 
61 
29 
38 
37 
11 

lU 
69 
643 


375,330 

89,025 
119,116 
95,457 
71,732 

15,012 
74,013 

78,350 
40,766 

43,538 
14,9-?3 
36,896 

15,553 
56,179 

624 

760 

320 

7,035 

1,290 

4,983 

41,917 
10,362 
21,734 

21,931 
10,174 
20,854 
17,902 
7,439 

3,316 
6,784 
13,339 
921 
1,719 
3,930 
5,757 

696 
4,004 
5,736 
5,759 
3,272 
6,964 
2,586 
5,115 
9,406 

2,710 
6,384 
3,859 
2,020 

2,325 

5,415 

6,968 

22,188 

1,625 
1,638 

765 
3,780 
1,760 
2,543 
3,038 

404 

3,224 
4,640 
43,315 


2,396 

966 
771 
506 
653 

238 

728 

582 
189 

292 
75 
139 

117 
536 

14 
17 
3 
122 
21 
bl 

43b 
107 
185 

156 
59 
178 
124 
65 

37 
40 
52 
2 
11 
10 
37 

8 
23 
26 
44 
13 
38 
16 
14 
110 

20 
35 
13 
7 

5 
16 
29 
89 

9 
13 

3 
33 
19 
21 
13 

6 

49 

35 

452 


278,101 

(D) 

(D) 

48,544 

58,339 

(D) 
78,067 

57,943 
(D) 

22,277 

6,250 

20,017 

9,059 
49,280 

1,196 
862 
123 

9,135 
(D) 

4,163 

53,474 
8,370 
16,223 

13,405 
6,718 
13,932 
13,479 
5,4U 

3,191 

4,184 

6,054 

(D) 

689 

374 

2,440 

701 
2,814 
3,742 
3,179 

982 
2,715 
1,134 
1,189 
5,821 

2,124 

2,557 

1,004 

565 

590 

1,634 

2,880 

14,913 




The Northeastern States; 




The North Central States: 
East North Central 


The South: 






The West: 




New England: 












Middle Atlantic; 






East North Central: 










West Horth Central: 














South Atlantic: 


















East Soutn Central: 








West South Central: 








Mountain: 


663 












998 










382 




Pacific: 


4,526 















(D) withheld to avoid disclosure-. ... Represent zero. 

^Includes establishments in kinds of business not separately listed. .See Introduction, KInd-of -Business Classification, 
in WW which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction, Klnd-of-Buslness Clasaiflcation. 



■'May Include duta for eHtabllshm(.-nto without payroll 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-49 

Table IJ. RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-UNITED STATES BY KIND OF BUSINESS, BY REGIONS, GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, 

AND STATES-Continued 
Est.iblishments and Sales 





Nona tore 


retailers 










Total 






Direct selling (house- 
















Mail ord 


er houses 


Merchandise venaing 




Establishments 


Sales 






to-house) organisations 


machine 


operators 


Region, 
division, 
and State 
























Total, all 
















Total 


With payroll 


establishments 


Establishments 
with payroll 


Establishments 


Sales 


Establlshnient,. , 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 




{Numbe: 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(*1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(»1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




78,503 


14,478 


4,513,875 


3,737,289 


2,019 


1,604,939 


70,744 


2,272,840 


5,715 


636,096 


U. S. 


26,179 


5,797 


1,508,485 


1,238,681 


912 


385,947 


23,625 


890,721 


1,642 


321,817 


Regions 
NE 


23,288 


4,058 


1,591,237 


1,364,209 


507 


745,603 


21,030 


677,427 


1,751 


168,207 


N.C. 


18,338 


3,110 


392,650 


725,832 


351 


283,763 


16,490 


452,378 


1,497 


156,509 


South 


10,703 


1,513 


521,503 


408,517 


249 


139,626 


9,629 


252,3U 


825 


79,563 


West 


6,179 


1,235 


323,100 


263,384 


159 


84,215 


5,596 


190,649 


424 


48,236 


NE 
N,E. 


20,000 


4,562 


1,185,385 


975,297 


753 


301,732 


18,029 


700,072 


1,218 


183,581 


M.A. 


15j479 


2,983 


1,158,314 


1,002,618 


381 


507,520 


13,846 


516,470 


1,252 


134,324 


N.C. 
E.N.C. 


7,809 


1,075 


432,923 


361,591 


126 


238,033 


7,184 


160,957 


499 


33,883 


W.N.C. 


9,032 


1,622 


468,125 


389,089 


215 


(D) 


8,190 


231,911 


627 


(D) 


South 
S.A. 


3,276 


552 


141,623 


111,623 


48 


(D) 


2,936 


68,484 


292 


(D) 


E.S.C. 


6,030 


936 


282,902 


225,170 


88 


(D) 


5,364 


151,983 


573 


(D) 


W.S.C. 
West 


2,105 


339 


85,007 


66,477 


3S 


(D) 


1,865 


45 ,918 


202 


(D) 


Mt. 


8,598 


1,174 


436,496 


342,040 


211 


(D) 


7,764 


206,396 


623 


(D) 


Pac. 


491 


101 


16 ,095 


11,351 


7 


2,049 


457 


11,833 


27 


2,213 


N.E. 
Maine 


330 


80 


9,489 


6,749 


13 


301 


282 


7,707 


35 


1,481 


N.H. 


171 


45 


4,817 


3,453 


8 


527 


150 


3,486 


13 


804 


Vt. 


3,22i 


576 


217,759 


184,627 


84 


72,372 


2,964 


118,233 


176 


27, U9 


Mass. 


627 


111 


25,210 


20,308 


10 


(D) 


575 


17,007 


42 


(D) 


R.l. 


1,336 


322 


48,730 


36,396 


37 


(D) 


1,168 


32,378 


131 


(D) 


Conn. 

M.A. 


9,892 


2,154 


535,946 


432,066 


547 


101,611 


8,713 


340,652 


632 


93,683 


N.Y. 


3,453 


849 


205,853 


161,459 


94 


44,101 


3,134 


131,141 


225 


30,621 


N.J. 


6,655 


1,559 


443,576 


381,772 


112 


156,020 


6,182 


228,279 


361 


59,277 


Pa. 


i,369 


759 


171,553 


130,518 


70 


8,171 


3,927 


122,626 


372 


40,761 


E.N.C. 
Ohio 


l,il3 


365 


85,281 


74,657 


37 


17,921 


1,259 


52,342 


117 


15,018 


Ind. 


4,%2 


936 


678, 1A7 


627,437 


185 


467,973 


4,427 


178,248 


350 


31,926 


111. 


2,907 


587 


157,392 


120,910 


39 


3,553 


2,595 


119,135 


273 


34,704 


Mich. 


1,828 


336 


65,936 


49,046 


50 


9,902 


1,638 


44,119 


140 


11,915 


Wis. 


1,570 


222 


129,316 


114,334 


32 


(D) 


1,438 


39,065 


100 


(D) 


W.N.C. 
Minn. 


1,932 


192 


44,130 


26,990 


30 


7,983 


1,813 


34,032 


89 


2,115 


loua 


2,374 


386 


211,633 


187,683 


38 


1A2,019 


2,160 


52,593 


176 


17,021 


Mo. 


149 


25 


4,060 


3,044 


1 


(D) 


129 


3,589 


19 


(D) 


N.Dak. 


323 


25 


5,102 


2,708 


3 


(D) 


306 


3,069 


14 


(D) 


S.Dalt. 


603 


81 


17,020 


U,834 


6 


(D) 


5bl 


13,774 


36 


(D) 


Nebr. 


858 


144 


21,662 


14,998 


16 


1,475 


777 


14,835 


65 


5,352 


Kans. 


189 


47 


9,993 


8,725 


7 


(D) 


172 


7,606 


10 


(D) 


S.A. 
Del. 


1,567 


287 


105,934 


89,328 


28 


(D) 


1,425 


45,637 


114 


(D) 


Md. 


341 


65 


25,445 


22,373 


9 


(D) 


314 


U,780 


18 


(D) 


D.C. 


1,206 


236 


41,748 


31,556 


20 


4,575 


1,115 


28,961 


71 


8,212 


Va. 


515 


93 


19,638 


16,152 


6 


323 


457 


15,662 


52 


3,653 


W. Va. 


1,440 


234 


81,265 


67,627 


20 


(D) 


1,354 


40,365 


66 


(D) 


N.C. 


599 


149 


15,439 


11,245 


5 


973 


522 


10,278 


72 


4,188 


s.c. 


1,148 


226 


101,958 


91,728 


21 


(D) 


1,014 


27,249 


113 


(D) 


Ga. 


2,027 


285 


66,705 


50,355 


99 


15,351 


1,317 


41,373 


111 


9,931 


Fla. 


782 


154 


27,031 


20,309 


7 


140 


702 


18,603 


73 


8,288 


E.S.C. 
Ky. 


1,152 


176 


82,336 


70,972 


22 


(D) 


999 


24,503 


131 


(D) 


Tenn. 


902 


138 


22,739 


L4,351 


15 


389 


835 


17,635 


52 


4,715 


Ala. 


440 


84 


9,517 


5,991 


4 


90 


400 


7,743 


36 


1,634 


Miss. 
W.S.C. 


487 


77 


11,687 


6,795 


9 


323 


430 


8,269 


48 


3,090 


Ark. 


951 


197 


58,845 


48,019 


7 


622 


859 


44,379 


85 


13,844 


La. 


840 


94 


25,877 


17,505 


6 


406 


758 


16,490 


76 


8,981 


Okla. 


3,752 


568 


186,493 


152,851 


66 


(D) 


3,317 


82,345 


369 


(D) 


Texas 


233 


39 


4,738 


2,892 


1 


(D) 


216 


4,131 


16 


(D) 


Mt. 
Mont. 


217 


29 


6,125 


4,351 


... 




199 


5,908 


13 


217 


Idaho 


104 


12 


1,527 


665 


1 


(D) 


99 


1,238 


4 


(D) 


wyo. 


577 


99 


45,344 


40,324 


19 


(D) 


500 


14,255 


53 


(D) 


Colo. 


264 


38 


6,354 


4,174 


5 


105 


223 


4,246 


36 


2,003 


N.Hex. 


353 


59 


9,284 


5,996 


7 


181 


306 


6,834 


40 


2,260 


Ariz. 


279 


47 


8,U9 


5,375 


5 


152 


255 


6,944 


19 


1,023 


Utan 


78 


16 


3,516 


2,700 


... 


... 


67 


2,303 


11 


1,213 


Nev. 
Pac. 


1,217 


153 


80,853 


69,013 


18 


(D) 


1,111 


23,331 


88 


(D) 


Wash. 


835 


83 


36,492 


28,624 


14 


(D) 


777 


13,373 


44 


(D) 


Oreg. 


6,546 


938 


319,151 


244,403 


179 


98,730 


5,876 


164,637 


491 


55,734 


Calif. 



1-50 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 





Retail tra 


de, total 








Food stores 
















Total' 








Establl 


shjnents 












Grocery 


stores 






Establishments 


Sales 




With 
payroll 


Total, all 


Establish- 






ToUl, all 


Establish- 






Total 


establish- 


ments with 


Total 


With 


establish- 


ments with 




Sales 




ments 


payroll 




payroll 


ments 


payroll 


ments 




(Number) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


4,070 


2,926 


525,639 


500,761 


932 


616 


129,124 


119,996 


593 


101,567 


6,481 


4,051 


655,072 


599,130 


1,564 


708 


161,169 


136,821 


1,058 


136,418 


1,902 


1,292 


218,119 


207,103 


355 


165 


45,408 


41,676 


282 


42,595 


5,568 


3,280 


476,407 


432,817 


1,370 


568 


109,759 


90,851 


1,005 


94,524 


1,437 


971 


119,518 


110,646 


417 


255 


32,797 


29,501 


252 


27,642 


1,314 


902 


174,543 


163,581 


149 


105 


29,285 


27,594 


126 


27,321 


1,195 


763 


119,293 


111,523 


299 


113 


26,118 


22,200 


272 


24,252 


6,367 


4,397 


965,045 


929,565 


1,438 


802 


194,086 


180,952 


1,160 


182,958 


2,765 


1,927 


219,485 


203,335 


520 


280 


49,243 


43,703 


287 


37,057 


1,845 


1,157 


195,579 


180,593 


543 


193 


51,829 


44,271 


492 


50,147 


1,597 


1,123 


187,432 


179,570 


248 


152 


38,924 


36,870 


2C» 


36, 539 


14,617 


9,185 


1,557,385 


1,445,745 


4,209 


1,953 


378,519 


323,407 


2,441 


309,193 


1,455 


1,061 


197,760 


188,710 


347 


151 


38,780 


34,658 


308 


35,541 


1,039 


771 


102,171 


95,913 


239 


149 


24,376 


21,696 


187 


20,873 


2,223 


1,533 


244,845 


231,889 


495 


255 


61,788 


56,088 


439 


58,592 


2,148 


1,458 


220,625 


205,247 


475 


241 


52,655 


46,359 


362 


48,134 


4,763 


3,039 


533,422 


503,080 


1,332 


650 


130,233 


114,870 


1,193 


122,420 


24,648 


16,922 


3,010,092 


2,858,026 


5,968 


3,436 


769,346 


706,374 


2,984 


620,417 


3,142 


2,128 


324,706 


302,876 


721 


413 


86,069 


77,651 


480 


71,022 


1,632 


1,046 


153,370 


142,308 


341 


177 


38,746 


34,716 


225 


35,325 


12,373 


3,559 


1,362,921 


1,275,825 


3,069 


1,567 


340,720 


299,222 


1,490 


260,707 


3,147 


2,287 


331,014 


314,440 


696 


472 


86,234 


80,280 


490 


73,355 


1,193 


813 


150,175 


142,487 


223 


123 


27,893 


24,471 


178 


25,485 


1,701 


1,115 


158,623 


146,725 


457 


223 


38,722 


34,204 


397 


36,337 


2,916 


1,890 


289,912 


273,518 


685 


391 


76,728 


68,118 


775 


72,375 


1,898 


1,248 


264,258 


252,024 


386 


200 


43,601 


39,389 


351 


42,000 


2,690 


1,780 


269,120 


250,792 


698 


360 


64,988 


57,174 


644 


62,753 


57,878 


37,022 


7,539,090 


7,074,714 


13,260 


7,296 


1,654,537 


1,487,285 


8,049 


1,349,457 


9,930 


7,206 


1,151,333 


1,096,765 


2,642 


1,786 


279,482 


256,176 


1,461 


218,036 


15,419 


10,303 


1,966,553 


1,849,667 


4,064 


2,388 


482,792 


431 , 172 


1,847 


355,661 


1,464 


976 


162,407 


151,715 


337 


185 


32,029 


28,701 


294 


30,221 


1,727 


1,067 


154,180 


142,496 


542 


196 


36,821 


30,897 


508 


35,561 


5,284 


3,830 


719,363 


688,919 


1,114 


712 


161,203 


149,925 


737 


136,035 


1,958 


1,406 


224,775 


215,897 


379 


215 


51,541 


48,347 


339 


49,633 


7,357 


4,975 


1,093,923 


1,042,807 


1,207 


733 


214.754 


203,242 


1,073 


207,296 


2,634 


1,928 


290,955 


276,967 


445 


297 


64,219 


50,287 


340 


59,403 


4,121 


3,153 


605,966 


535,530 


902 


596 


142,148 


132,834 


643 


126,162 


1,073 


761 


133,250 


128,128 


175 


HI 


28,789 


27,445 


144 


27,038 


6,050 


4,244 


837,548 


352,274 


1,037 


619 


196,832 


187,300 


695 


180,181 


2,567 


1,767 


309,954 


295,520 


471 


281 


61,545 


56,587 


381 


56,561 


29,380 


21,716 


4,216,003 


4,039,803 


6,844 


4,382 


979,940 


907,134 


4,591 


834,901 


909 


615 


87,613 


81,275 


181 


99 


17,797 


15,249 


148 


16,332 


3,114 


2,054 


279,887 


258,687 


747 


423 


70,956 


63,672 


613 


63,764 


962 


634 


102,288 


96,964 


265 


135 


21,333 


19,109 


229 


20,140 


1,985 


1,311 


245,403 


233,303 


450 


210 


56,091 


51,947 


403 


53,422 


2,503 


1,531 


252,702 


231,784 


586 


254 


60,293 


50,777 


401 


52,175 


1,524 


1,216 


183,593 


177,327 


336 


240 


43,057 


40,535 


292 


40,909 


1,682 


1,036 


135,943 


124,116 


451 


223 


35,431 


30,463 


225 


25,494 


2,865 


2,243 


420,649 


408,139 


534 


410 


94,248 


90,524 


449 


88,270 


905 


593 


85,748 


78,844 


168 


68 


17,345 


15,311 


154 


16,553 


1,739 


1,353 


239,671 


231,993 


285 


199 


39,998 


37,794 


215 


35,316 


4,254 


2,698 


563,642 


528,272 


789 


441 


126,225 


118,408 


715 


123,474 


3,761 


2,351 


369,863 


336,167 


781 


423 


96,392 


34,165 


585 


82,040 


927 


509 


72,005 


63,053 


332 


98 


20,236 


14,724 


314 


19,400 


1,496 


1,028 


126,450 


118,672 


278 


150 


32,151 


29,327 


227 


29,282 


3,063 


2,319 


393,926 


375,874 


580 


446 


89,826 


85,934 


413 


79,446 


1,387 


857 


129,203 


120,063 


212 


130 


31,400 


29,124 


162 


28,345 


2,081 


1,321 


246,724 


230,440 


516 


256 


48,381 


42,345 


467 


45,533 


1,798 


1,090 


173,668 


157,634 


408. 


164 


39,287 


34,431 


386 


38,850 


1,536 


1,110 


180,836 


171,210 


367 


217 


40,944 


36,520 


306 


37,365 


1,375 


1,069 


164,559 


159,135 


318 


216 


42,253 


40,129 


221 


39,022 


3,451 


2,217 


351,816 


327,584 


841 


391 


71,773 


61,445 


570 


62,590 


4,010 


2,874 


540,657 


516,249 


716 


446 


113,751 


105,363 


462 


97.641 


9,096 


5,994 


1,213,580 


1,157,036 


1,761 


995 


291,368 


271 ,754 


1,477 


273,324 


2,432 


1,530 


222,994 


206,350 


747 


289 


56,131 


46,835 


669 


54,378 


5,104 


4,060 


826,931 


809,083 


997 


729 


156,341 


151,079 


682 


142,203 


1,197 


909 


126,679 


120,191 


243 


157 


29,321 


26,501 


202 


25,716 


1,274 


914 


157,011 


149,989 


299 


173 


33,320 


30,684 


287 


32,824 


3,430 


2,196 


438,813 


416,160 


782 


318 


108,494 


98,758 


566 


99,753 


2,832 


1,624 


222,725 


203,319 


708 


360 


55,635 


49,827 


582 


51 , 582 


1,218 


970 


164,394 


159,606 


218 


170 


35,292 


33,958 


167 


31,465 


8,985 


5,969 


1,274,497 


1,213,327 


1,573 


975 


237,996 


222,392 


1,180 


221,914 


1,075 


687 


87,633 


80,249 


224 


130 


23,535 


20,647 


160 


19,002 


2,907 


1,901 


342,335 


321,889 


729 


349 


83,045 


74,593 


562 


79,534 


2,860 


1,856 


268,262 


249,312 


692 


364 


54,301 


46,537 


406 


41,612 


1,606 


1,304 


251,097 


244,529 


307 


221 


52,852 


50,170 


242 


49,236 


517 


329 


47,280 


4A,734 


134 


62 


11,505 


10,391 


113 


11,026 


1,577 


967 


120,110 


108,246 


490 


204 


31,047 


24,323 


234 


22,956 


1,090 


826 


129,508 


124,286 


210 


132 


24,488 


22,610 


184 


23,517 


1,078 


784 


109,684 


104,978 


209 


139 


24,913 


23,279 


161 


22,137 


1,158 


858 


152,393 


145,763 


172 


U2 


25,263 


23,873 


128 


23,324 


2,159 


1,361 


224,068 


209,942 


563 


235 


47,082 


40,330 


513 


45,348 


1,696 


1,212 


176,015 


165,005 


352 


236 


46,997 


43,427 


233 


41,183 


51,941 


34,845 


7,101,059 


6,717,077 


8,041 


4,999 


1,722,540 


1,623,826 


4,485 


1,467,800 


5,601 


4,093 


721,255 


691,789 


1,279 


807 


164,415 


152,679 


1,004 


149,906 



Alcron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy> New York 

Albuquerque, Ne« Mexico 

Allentown-BethleheiD-Easlon, Pennsylvania. .. ., 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarilloj Texas , 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas ,.... 

Binghamton, New York 

Binoingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts: 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids , Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia , 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga , Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina , 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christl, Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Mollne, Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wisconsin 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie , Pennsylvania 

Evansvllle, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-High Point, North Carolina 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamillon-Mlddletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Virginia 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, West Virglnia-Ashland, Kentucky. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Ja-^kson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxvllle, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Laredo, Texas 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Arkansas 

Lorain-Elyrla, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, California 

Louisville, Kentucky 

See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-51 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Contmued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Retail trade, total 



Establishments 



Total 
( NuiLber ) 



With 
payroll 

{ Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Establishments 



Total 
( Number ) 



With 
payroll 

( Number J 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Grocery stores 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Lowell, f*ssachusetts 

LubbcclCk Texas 

hbcon, Georgia 

Madison, Wisconsin 

Manchester, New Hampshire 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami , Florida 

Kilwsuliee, Wisconsin 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery, Alabama 

Muncie, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut 

New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

Portland, ^bine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio , Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, California 
San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, California 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend , Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield , Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamf ord-Norwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Taccoa, Washington 

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Utica-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, Iowa .,, 

Wheeling, West Virginia-Steubenville, Ohio,. 
Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pennsylvania 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Wlnston-Salem, North Carolina 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Youngstown, Ohio 



1,362 

1,320 
1,305 
2,022 
1,136 

8,351 
10,307 

11,155 
2,020 
1,206 
933 
2,987 
1,793 
1,804 
3,704 

7,230 
158,445 
3,943 
793 
3,741 
3,662 
1,896 
2,758 

43,613 

4,470 

21,940 

754 

1,306 

8,060 

9,528 

887 

1,458 
1,366 
3,299 
3,112 
1,326 
4,950 
1,729 
3,655 

i,520 
1,126 
19,136 
2,739 
821 
5,513 
6,048 
6,449 

26,518 
4,057 
1,521 
3,463 
8,178 
2,182 
1,260 
881 

2,020 
2,443 
1,594 
1,355 
1,168 
4,639 
2,723 
2,537 

3,873 
2,673 

6,206 
1,140 
4,157 
1,295 
3,168 
1,837 

3,078 
3,742 
1,576 

11,122 
1,929 
1,136 
4,116 
2,770 

1,183 
5,034 
3,262 
1,435 
2,900 
2,611 
5,503 



898 

850 

925 

1,436 

776 

3,341 

5,403 

6,471 

7,621 
1,362 
836 
745 
2,129 
1,103 
1,224 
2,412 

4,222 
101,333 
3,111 
573 
2,381 
2,616 
1,224 
2,006 

25,741 

2,828 

14,238 

532 

954 

5,092 

5,398 

637 

1,018 
882 
1,973 
2,350 
968 
3,416 
1,207 
2,409 

1,170 
766 
12,648 
1,979 
527 
3,535 
4,178 
4,785 

17,262 
2,683 
1,017 
1,723 
5,386 
1,488 
916 
645 

1,566 
1,631 
1,140 
837 
870 
3,153 
1,987 
1,693 

2,565 

1,735 
3,720 

844 
3,091 

905 
1,972 
1,277 

1,980 
2,346 
1,068 
8,506 
1,283 
842 
2,682 
2,080 

819 
2,396 
2,134 

899 
1,978 
1,673 
3,847 



126,319 
171,913 
145,926 
228,465 
110,567 
610,734 
989,054 
1,170,022 

1,532,019 
235,082 
152,052 
106,146 
379,774 
141,817 
168,496 
342,424 

762,523 
15,915,286 
505,085 
93,401 
445, 594 
484,750 
215,294 
300,512 

4,314,898 
491,736 
2,271,418 
85,112 
166,309 
904,768 
795,162 
97,606 

130,516 
153,253 
271,684 
421,851 
153,880 
624,421 
204,141 
461,374 

187,884 
105,637 
2,062,538 
367,373 
82,081 
552,653 
628,356 
801,413 

3,020,347 
464,769 
154,137 
223,734 

1,008,056 
246,370 
149,041 
99,351 

251,767 
313,703 
179,037 
117,845 
132,667 
519,836 
321,842 
259,012 

450,385 
283,244 
609,971 
119,686 
508,106 
143,516 
336,000 
204,206 

366,723 
306,926 
149,018 
2,023,841 
135,210 
128,349 
329,173 
376,956 

135,464 
309,900 
382,449 
155,394 
321,522 
239,252 
593,169 



117,829 
160,267 
139,598 
217,327 
103,707 
589,950 
934,542 
1,088,096 

1,457,393 
222,630 
145,144 
103,008 
364,066 
129,111 
156,252 
315,580 

705,505 
14,693,312 
490,701 
89,187 
417,958 
463,144 
202,842 
287,060 

3,951,506 

460,522 

2,127,836 

81,152 
158,711 
844,588 
721 ,774 

92,894 

121,766 
143,681 
247,710 
408,293 
147,590 
590,037 
169,757 
430,892 

179,932 
98,985 
1,941,452 
351,435 
76,943 
525,305 
586,936 
759,941 

2,810,095 
434,577 
145,479 
197,270 
949,958 
232,672 
142,449 
95,213 

241,863 
296,489 
170,326 
108,155 
127,723 
489,562 
303,122 
238,856 

422,953 
263,208 
569,721 
114,420 
486,634 
136,470 
309,968 
193,656 

345,635 
275,764 
140,388 
1,966,273 
172,270 
121,859 
304,969 
364,388 

128,536 
271,530 
358,563 
144,644 
302,870 
221,712 
557,237 



392 
239 
356 

341 

267 

1,001 

1,154 

2,041 

2,468 
556 
332 
163 
638 
456 
355 
851 

1,956 
42,399 

1,005 
134 
661 
694 
324 
487 

11,360 

767 

6,073 

134 

365 

1,550 

2,270 

198 

268 

317 
831 
804 
316 
1,154 
352 
669 

318 
192 

4,454 
499 
126 

1,291 
928 

1,060 

5,778 
775 
436 
1,044 
1,676 
565 
224 
107 

410 
448 
286 
263 
274 

1,000 

468 
444 

813 
599 
1,189 
262 
824 
196 
732 
323 

549 
796 
352 

2,330 
437 
195 

1,154 
343 

209 
1,377 
717 
425 
644 
637 
1,251 



198 
123 
188 
233 
179 
709 
652 
1,191 

1,544 
292 
164 
115 
363 
232 
207 
421 

754 
23,167 
693 
80 
335 
450 
154 
329 

4,848 
363 

3,147 
84 
225 
896 
944 
106 

182 

145 
405 
512 
130 
710 
194 
391 

212 
118 
2,558 
345 
63 
673 
554 
630 

3,372 
443 
200 
360 
948 
291 
154 
63 

276 
264 
176 
119 
173 
552 
302 
270 

469 
329 
545 
142 
564 
140 
322 
185 

297 
372 
204 
1,576 
245 
133 
604 
247 

105 
499 

341 
195 
368 
341 
807 



34,034 
32,221 
33,591 
46,647 
27,799 
131,968 
215,151 
266,246 

325,837 
60,232 
29,663 
24,755 
82,554 
40,169 
42,633 
32,201 

153,055 
4,213,112 

119,375 
23,631 
96,290 
97,560 
42,671 
65,387 

998,952 

113,657 
617,498 
21,004 
36,709 
223,364 
183,702 
25,590 

32,545 
32,340 
67,324 
91,390 
32,337 

146,566 
41,975 

124,621 

37,510 
23,725 
500,424 
76,888 
18,212 
126,973 
152,741 
189,852 

767,719 
123,347 
35,742 
60,752 
220,457 
58,074 
27,466 
16,615 

54,225 
70,428 
35,130 
23,936 
31,445 
118,123 
82,417 
58,555 

108,841 
69,746 

129,645 
24,227 

118,708 
30,725 
74,084 
50,330 

71,274 
77,980 
34,811 
466,946 
48,976 
25,221 
90,092 
74,962 

26, 529 
85,384 
81,322 
35,571 
76,756 
47,731 
156,426 



30,322 
28,531 
30,237 

43,651 
25,367 
125,184 
202,863 
237,338 

293,015 
53,380 
26,195 
23,607 
75,770 
35,823 
38,431 
70,975 

126,749 
3,697,644 

112,771 
22,141 
33,602 
90,804 
38,295 
61,551 

334,810 

102,421 

555,692 

19,738 

33,211 

203,963 

161,016 

23,544 

29,653 
23,802 

58,350 
85,374 
29,549 

133,230 
36,617 

112,867 

34,274 
21,983 
457,988 
71,946 
16,948 
116,211 
140,759 
175,772 

683,615 
111,801 
31,628 
48,748 
199,273 
51,396 
25,734 
15,675 

50,557 
64,826 
32,176 
20,912 
29,327 
106,553 
76,817 
51,765 

98,649 
62,140 

117,425 
21,589 

112,618 
29,121 
62,826 
46,760 

65,553 
65,926 
31,781 
444,940 
44,098 
23,455 
78,990 
72,618 

24,049 
70,370 
72,634 
27,539 
68,834 
39,471 
144,106 



193 
214 
328 
247 
191 
903 
713 
1,293 

1,679 
472 
303 
136 
574 
229 
248 
524 

1,499 
17,037 
684 
101 
565 
560 
250 
369 

6,730 
614 

3,962 

88 

276 

1,029 

1,316 
166 

183 
288 
449 
590 
251 
726 
260 
439 

253 
166 

2,560 
358 
113 

1,065 
642 
686 

3,418 
461 
273 
795 

1,047 
515 
178 
92 

338 
333 
231 
236 
194 
601 
297 
308 

568 
454 
380 
234 
555 
164 
446 
260 

436 
595 
307 
1,578 
328 
158 
869 
283 

183 

1,054 
483 
371 
419 

505 

894 



28,999 
31,159 
31,821 
39,445 
24,624 
126,612 
193,665 
214,212 

269,318 
57,481 
28,400 
23,783 
79,391 
34,701 
37,175 
65,520 

135,762 
2,791,722 
107,800 
22,567 
89,449 
39,358 
40,706 
59,727 

805,841 
107,608 
512,952 
19,063 
33,470 
194,304 
155,137 
24,241 

25,537 
26,924 
53,872 
81,297 
28,949 

122,972 
37,625 

109,724 

33,295 
22,534 

441,565 
70,327 
17,898 
117,615 
140,842 
166,745 

597,724 
104,674 
31,927 
53,936 
183,224 
52,337 
25,960 
15,953 

50,660 
63,531 
32,850 
22,913 
27,827 
101,699 
71,061 
50,047 

92,725 
61,966 

113,132 
22,345 

105,063 
29,506 
57,690 
48,099 

66,636 
69,348 
32,907 
426,311 
42,774 
24,046 
80,136 
72,363 

25,124 
75,670 
70,747 
30,817 
65,622 
40,954 
137.417 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1-52 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Contmued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Food stores — Continued 



Heat narketsj fish 
(sea food) markets 



Standard metropolitan area 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



Sales 
C$1,000) 



Fruit stores, 
vegetable markets 







ments 




(Number) 


($1,000) 


31 


1,694 


98 


2,912 


10 


318 


*6 


863 


11 


291 


7 


895 


5 


71 


88 


2,269 


32 


862 


22 


292 


U 


52 


269 


7,075 


2 


(D) 


7 


542 


3 


(D) 


15 


618 


20 


(D) 


428 


18,792 


31 


1,548 


13 


293 


108 


5,348 


31 


1,864 


A 


(D) 


13 


286 


33 


881 


9 


225 


9 


421 


395 


15,796 


170 


5,261 


231 


6,630 


li 


401 


17 


384 


53 


2,260 


3 


(D) 


18 


1,609 


8 


(D) 


37 


1,271 


2 


(D) 


40 


1,634 


18 


(D) 


175 


7,229 


1 


(D) 


3 


131 


10 


658 


7 


196 


26 


689 


3 


91 


17 


564 


6 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


10 


243 


13 


463 


34 


580 


12 


254 


5 


66 


23 


1,415 


1 


(D) 


1 


(D) 


10 


82 


10 


201 


3 


(D) 


38 


775 


63 


2,001 


76 


2,356 


13 


255 


59 


2,084 


5 


304 


1 


(D) 


34 


759 


15 


369 


9 


297 


41 


1,263 


6 


151 


18 


748 


50 


1,918 


7 


321 


4 


136 


12 


333 


4 


66 


4 


(D) 


9 


221 


6 


42 


12 


(D) 


495 


29,480 


65 


1,446 



Candy, nut, 
confectionery stores 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Bakery products stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Eating, drlnltinp places 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



( Number ) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pennsylvania. . . . 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarillo, Texas 

Asbeville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids , Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga , Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus , Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline, Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque , Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wisconsin 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alaban» 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-Hlgh Point, North Carolina 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Virginia 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston , Texas 

Huntington, West VIrginla-Ashland, Kentucky., 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxvllle, Tennessee 

lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Laredo, Texas 

I^wrence, Masaachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Arkansas 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Lob Angeles-Long Beach, California 

Louisville, Kentucky 



77 
123 

11 
87 



9 

4 

342 

16 



23 
12 
14 

616 
70 
21 

363 



3 

11 
1,402 

264 

491 

7 



45 

7 

48 

12 

396 



1,146 
33 



(D) 
9,935 

993 
6,749 
1,280 

(D) 

(D) 

1,945 

3,825 

273 

(D) 

21,484 

1,762 

1,454 

1,765 

689 

(D) 

52,204 

6,677 

817 

30,394 

3,683 
555 
456 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
123,724 

(D) 
43,203 

(D) 

(D) 
3,710 

(D) 
3,013 

2,357 

3,666 

(D) 

(D) 

1,502 

44,964 

663 

(D) 
300 
(D) 

2,896 
(D) 

3,225 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
2,243 
5,208 

(D) 
(D) 

1,727 

(D) 

3,414 

5,520 

7,503 
(D) 

5,143 
(D) 
(D) 

1,562 
(D) 

2,299 
4,131 
1,958 

(D) 
5,423 

(D) 
95 

1,799 
(D) 
(D) 
681 
(D) 
(D) 
108,768 
(D) 



1 

5 

563 



10 
20 
28 

194 

46 

5 

162 

51 
4 
9 

45 
7 

10 
1,019 

167 
238 
2 
5 
133 
2 
16 

14 
41 



595 

7 



13 
6 
15 
23 
275 
63 



1,370 

2,454 

164 

2,065 

1,994 

(D) 

155 

860 
3,594 
(D) 
(D) 
11,677 
132 
102 

64 

481 

540 

6,028 

1,511 

183 

4,736 

1,588 
133 
125 
943 
182 
268 
34,102 

3,923 
7,043 
(D) 
64 
3,991 
(D) 
630 

466 
1,278 

203 
1,108 

526 
31,341 

284 

354 
36 
197 
1,488 
457 
346 
293 

(D) 
322 
(D) 
463 

(D) 
435 

218 

198 
70 

249 
1,233 
1,494 

934 

376 
526 

1,620 
■70 
(D) 

1,379 
700 

272 
1,767 
403 
367 
1,374 
394 
(D) 

336 
151 
318 
167 
294 
605 
11,897 
1,344 



47 
39 
9 
21 
255 
10 



22 
22 
538 
52 



1,062 



187 
357 



481 
7 

45 
2 
17 
42 
18 
40 
27 



21 
839 
49 



2,521 
4^016 
(D)" 
2,035 
408 
334 
457 

1,594 
1,447 
229 
684 
11,566 
244 
429 

434 
769 

1,616 
22,251 

2i583 
711 

7,528 

1,309 
681 
406 
273 
250 
433 
64,049 

7,705 

20,214 

301 

363 

10,202 

484 

1,211 

320 
1,710 

161 

2,079 

1,186 

28,039 

211 

1,639 
(D) 
758 

1,754 
631 

1,579 

1,662 

(D) 
825 
507 

1,489 
(D) 
140 

2,673 

630 
776 
(D) 
302 
326 
1,314 
3,527 

2,155 
415 

3,253 
435 
(D) 

1,057 
582 

677 
2,834 
997 
579 
734 
854 
216 

1,384 
(D) 
324 
116 
391 
1,068 
41,158 
(D) 



917 
1,351 
353 
1,093 
230 
229 
173 

950 
795 
263 
328 
3,190 
241 
214 

438 
432 
734 

3,854 
576 
237 

3,004 

656 
229 
268 
518 
329 
418 
13,553 

2,211 

3,170 
186 
246 

1,082 
456 

1,442 

703 
835 
209 

1,053 
534 

6,351 
244 

659 
145 
436 
497 
369 
258 
545 

191 
354 
819 
727 
95 
470 
482 

400 
308 
202 
324 
302 
639 
707 

1,877 
423 

1,013 
243 
210 
558 
544 

213 
1,867 
302 
481 
435 
278 
111 

244 
204 
210 
236 
336 
333 
10,033 
1,207 



777 
1,047 
283 
773 
190 
195 
137 

735 
669 
199 
252 
2,535 
193 
190 

344 
415 
528 

3,474 
488 
199 

2,490 

550 
181 
188 
375 
223 
336 
9,387 

1,875 
2,576 
144 
175 
942 
352 
1,130 

586 
777 
133 
947 
452 
5,721 
170 

457 
105 
340 
373 
331 
228 
507 

145 
330 
647 
519 
59 
320 
420 

242 
224 
138 
274 
250 
509 
615 

1,273 
340 
939 
213 
162 
440 
350 

191 
1,479 
190 
361 
371 
252 
57 

205 
174 
176 
202 
260 
270 
7,696 
1,011 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-53 



Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-ContmutJ 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Food stores — Continued 



Meat inarkets> fish 
(sea food) markets 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



Sales 
($i;ooo) 



Fruit stores, 
vegetable markets 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Candy, nut, 
confectionery stores 



Bakery products stores 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



($1,000) 



Eatinc, drinking places 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 

{ Number ) 



Lowell, ^bssachusetts 

Lubbock, Texas 

Macon, Georgia 

ftedtson, Wisconsin 

Mlnchester, New Hampshire 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami , Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Hinneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota 

Mobile, Alabama 

Hontgooery, Alabama 

Muncie, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut 

New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey. 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

PIttsfield, mssachusetts 

Portland , Maine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence , Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond , Virginia 

Roehoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, California 
San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Ceorgia 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport , Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend , Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield, Illinois^ 

Springfield, Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springf ield-Holyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamf ord-Norwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Tacoma, Washington. 

Tampa-St . Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

TopekH, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Utica-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, Iowa ^._ 

Wheeling, Vest Vlrglnla-Steubenvllle, Ohio.. 
Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Vilkes-Barre-Hazletoa, Tennsylvania 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Vlnston-Salem, North Carolina 

Worcester, ffessachuaetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Yo-ongstown, Ohio 



6 
22 
2<l 

16 
137 

196 

260 
25 



191 

8,207 

64 

7 



3! 



20 



1,009 

26 

277 

10 

29 

215 

1« 



37 
22 

78 

19 
107 

11 
3 
159 
45 
1 
30 
62 
160 

999 
121 
23 
37 
241 



101 

29 

6 

43 



755 

(D) 

(D) 

4,448 

944 

2,016 

9,789 

15,653 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
683 
(D) 
6,435 

9,101 
622,994 

2,951 
488 
(D) 
(D) 
411 

2,454 

67,642 
(D) 

24,334 

(D) 

1,340 

17,093 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
4,690 
2,678 
1,605 
8,223 
1,657 
9,694 

(D) 
(D) 

8,221 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

4,337 
12,930 

94,241 

10,283 

1,272 

(D) 

22,105 

4,163 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3,387 

(D) 

261 

(D) 

4,195 

5,063 

4,619 

9,730 
5,127 
3,857 

(D) 
4,804 

215 
5,608 

(D) 

1,294 
(D) 
(D) 

6,772 

3,428 
222 

3,24S 
339 

(D) 
3,044 
4,229 

890 
3,206 

(D) 
4,607 



10 
7 
8 
3 
15 
16 
98 
57 

46 

24 

5 

3 

17 
15 
14 
54 

52 
3,411 
18 
4 
23 
10 
26 



585 
59 

270 

12 

8 

75 

94 



144 

15 



260 
51 
6 
22 
48 
3 
7 
1 



358 

89 

590 

(D) 

540 

425 

3,406 

5,402 

2,549 
694 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
487 
794 

1,556 

889 
123,957 
317 
136 
734 
684 
537 
(D) 

19,542 

1,243 

13,757 

(D) 

(D) 

3,609 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

1,051 
336 
632 

1,548 
356 

1,685 

(D) 

321 

5,276 

409 

(D) 
1,817 
1,593 

15,808 
2,603 
(D) 
641 
1,967 
(D) 
49 
(D) 

237 

1,044 

(D) 

127 

326 

1,947 

577 

1,304 

1,116 
520 

2,133 
(D) 
933 
(D) 

2,038 
(D) 

332 
501 
155 
2,408 
375 
(D) 
694 
(D) 

98 
809 

1,158 
328 

1,597 
533 

2,037 



18 
3 
2 
9 
7 
14 
38 
115 



11 
10 
15 
37 

65 

5,940 

158 

11 

23 

11 



36 



46 

10 

7 
1 
121 
65 
18 
85 
16 
13 



104 
94 
40 
12 
10 



13 
57 

7 
57 
23 

3 
104 

6 



141 
62 
17 
53 
26 
63 



374 
(D) 
(D) 
331 
251 
525 
1,049 
4,245 

3,803 
183 
154 
120 
367 
302 
570 

1,262 

1,450 
179,089 

4,642 
112 
518 

1,381 
187 
781 

27,791 
479 

14,266 
(D) 
230 
1,630 
(D) 
(D) 

277 

(D) 

2,207 

1,693 

565 

3,154 

(D) 

704 

280 
(D) 
13,811 
741 
38 
537 
870 
892 

9,779 
733 
1,360 
1,384 
998 
238 
342 
(D) 

359 
309 
414 
91 
(D) 
2,630 
1,485 
270 

1,605 
398 
226 
151 

1,824 
148 

1,712 
(D) 

(D) 

2,044 

54 

2,611 

591 

(D) 
2,115 

309 

(D) 
1,960 

(D) 

(D) 
1,952 

764 
1,609 



263 
19 
6 
6 
15 
37 
26 
74 

70 
3,084 
26 
4 
19 
35 
20 
26 

722 
36 

395 
4 
31 

107 

222 



26 
2 

50 
26 
5 
106 
29 
34 



5 

290 

37 

5 
63 
90 



435 
73 
14 
52 

166 
9 



37 
59 

8 
73 

5 
51 
26 

22 
45 
9 
116 
18 
11 
38 
12 



1,086 
273 
476 

1,447 
(D) 

1,368 

3,979 
11,974 

11,189 
801 
264 
236 
418 
905 
1,170 
3,178 

3,232 

200,931 

1,223 

147 

550 

1,438 

550 

1,232 

34,220 

1,357 

18,540 

436 

839 

3,337 

6,215 

263 

1,321 
(D) 
3,533 
2,201 
(D) 
4,535 
1,268 
1,134 

664 

231 

11,787 

1,433 

70 

(D) 

2,950 

3,510 

18,477 
2,843 
614 
(D) 
6,533 
(D) 
378 
326 

991 

688 

402 

181 

368 

3,107 

1,815 

1,033 

1,795 
1,164 
2,739 

660 
2,914 

(D) 
2,188 

879 

(D) 
1,646 

201 
7,609 

755 

511 
1,455 

423 

210 
1,285 

(D) 

304 
2,245 

615 
2,249 



238 
154 
190 
480 
153 
750 
1,848 
3,066 

2,194 
354 
175 
178 
569 
301 
336 
680 

1,846 
29,418 
781 
149 
744 
868 
316 
680 

8,285 
977 

4,493 
105 
181 

1,687 

1,715 
192 

379 
192 
631 
542 
225 
976 
356 
820 

293 

257 

4,648 

539 

159 

1,269 

1,263 

1,322 

5,942 
684 
225 
789 

1,721 
355 
289 
187 

401 
441 
454 
234 
236 
790 
409 
586 

826 
468 

1,242 
266 

1,013 
248 
647 
373 

573 
773 
316 
2,026 
376 
237 
989 
586 

203 
1,166 
574 
213 
519 
396 
1,093 



220 
122 
136 
374 
133 
630 
1,314 
1,914 

1,766 
252 
149 
166 
445 
231 
278 
560 

1,220 
24,796 
713 
129 
540 
738 
210 
320 

6,655 

707 

3,481 

95 

165 
1,323 
1,271 

178 

277 
150 
473 
476 
191 
834 
316 
628 

267 
195 

3,454 
439 
109 
887 
973 

1,123 

4,468 
520 
183 
403 

1,327 
277 
245 
143 

351 
387 
344 
180 
210 
676 
327 
434 

732 
378 
846 
232 
395 
192 
495 
305 

431 
607 
236 
1,838 
296 
195 
685 
4^2 

163 
506 
426 
169 
447 
308 
879 



See footnotes at end of table 
432271 O - 57 - 6 



1-54 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 19'>4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Eating, drinking places — Continued 



Total — Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Eating places (including 
refreshment stands) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 

($1,QOO) 



Drinking places 



Establish- 
ments 

(Huniber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General merchandise group 



Establishments 



Total^ 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 



AiTon, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New Yoric 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pennsylvania. ... 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarillo, Texas 

Aaheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Au^sta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, [dryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Bimingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brocliton, ^^ssachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinoia 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi , Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Hock Island-Moline, Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn^ota-Superior, Wisconsin 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-High Point, North Carolina 

Greenville, South Carolina. 

Hamilton-Middle town, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Virginia 

Harrlsburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, West VIrginla-Ashland, Kentucky. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

lansing, Michigan 

l^redo, Texas 

lAwrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington , Kentucky 

Lima , Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Arkansas 

Loraln-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, California 

Louisville, Kentucky 



i2,963 
51,879 
16,118 
33,860 
6,993 
9,809 
5,628 

52,302 

■10,894 
12,706 
13,814 
167,679 
12,064 
7,510 

13,859 
18,353 
29,433 

247,233 
24,735 
9,932 

131,956 

24,404 
9,619 
8,484 
16,334 
16,783 
15,906 
727,694 

111,633 
165,872 
9,025 
9,968 
60,363 
15,679 
66,663 

28,371 
49,620 
11,478 
63,854 
20,756 
327,044 
7,095 

22,586 
5,328 
16,048 
17,013 
15,871 
9,497 
26,524 

5,577 
19,220 
32,105 
26,729 

2,523 
13,909 
22,481 

11,376 
9,922 
6,918 

14,647 

10,078 
28,870 
40,612 

75,455 
12,670 
66,996 
9,814 
8,267 
27,913 
13,814 

10,390 
fl2,373 

8,484 
19,681 
15,613 
15,319 

2,160 

9,862 
7,502 
7,328 
9,791 
15,423 
13,532 
561 ,414 
62,728 



40,815 

47,409 

15,368 

29,686 

6,569 

9,383 

5,092 

49,098 
39,220 
12,046 
12,772 
157,647 
11,190 
7,166 

12,975 

17,907 
26,891 

242,045 
23,729 
9,498 

123,536 

22,770 
8,905 
7,522 
14,796 
15,187 
15,000 
647,092 

106,381 
155,810 
8,505 
9,028 
58,045 
14,667 
62,713 

26,445 
48,590 
11,110 
61,952 
19,510 
316,674 
5,903 

19,952 
4,786 
14,888 
14,871 
15,389 
9,007 
25,972 

4,935 
18,922 
30,273 
24,155 

2,039 
12,539 
21,459 

9,388 

8,700 

5,968 

13,869 

(D) 

27,078 

39,362 

68,831 
11,578 
65,922 
9,280 
7,743 
26,265 
11,434 

9,982 
77,091 

6,925 
18,597 
14,777 
15,035 

1,744 

9,284 
7,222 
7,040 
9,251 
14,601 
12,490 
525,086 
59,732 



498 

817 
251 
624 
115 
174 
140 

793 
473 
183 
203 
1,465 
144 
105 

247 
271 
618 

2,552 
344 
145 

1,525 

332 
136 
192 
384 
291 
331 
6,181 

1,146 
1,551 
168 
193 
661 
270 
1,130 

314 

500 
138 
660 
371 
3,520 
91 

310 
129 
194 
302 
213 
160 
342 

137 
212 
601 
475 
90 
20O 
313 

91 
266 
184 
172 

248 
391 
472 

1,167 
302 
608 
143 
186 
413 
231 

160 
1,182 
75 
354 
257 
191 
51 

157 
158 
135 
172 
282 
177 
7,668 
664 



24,992 
34,654 
9,724 
20,971 
3,274 
7,977 
5,062 

45,061 
27,348 
8,563 
10,787 
85,295 
8,656 
3,331 

10,190 
10,738 
25,663 
183,959 
15,949 
6,697 
75,218 

12,600 
6,648 
6,758 
12,925 
15,458 
(D) 
445,370 

63,098 
97, 330 
(D) 
7,857 
39,183 
12,111 
56,748 

12,810 
30,972 

6,887 
42,103 
15,924 
186,215 

3,321 

10,442 
5,065 

10,371 

10,458 
8,796 
6,122 

16,231 

4,370 
11,098 
26,471 
17,389 
2,357 
9,346 
14,051 

3,713 
8,906 
6,481 
8,010 
8,472 
19,885 
31,168 

60,957 
8,857 

40,351 
5,921 
7,723 

20,970 
7,074 

7,321 
57,709 

3,229 
16,614 
10,121 
10,649 

1,528 

6,910 
6,104 
4,399 
6,919 

14,196 

6,887 

441,506 

36,478 



417 
534 
98 
465 
115 
53 
33 

153 
322 

80 

121 

1,719 

97 
109 

187 
205 
112 

1,298 
232 
90 

1,479 

324 
93 
76 

134 

34 

67 

7,360 

1,065 

1,611 

18 

51 

421 

186 

312 

394 
333 
71 
391 
163 
2,823 
153 

349 
16 
240 
195 
156 
106 
203 

54 
142 
212 
250 
5 
268 
167 

307 
42 
16 

152 
54 

246 

233 

694 
126 
405 
100 
24 
143 
311 

53 
665 
227 

125 
178 
87 
58 

87 
46 
75 
64 
52 

159 
2,356 

543 



17,905 
17,225 
6,366 
12,843 
3,719 
1,810 
566 

7,177 
13,546 
4,143 
2,989 
82,282 
3,408 
4,179 

3,649 
7,957 
3,686 

63,234 
8,786 
3,215 

56,738 

11,804 
2,971 
1,726 
3,409 
1,241 
(D) 
282,136 

48,535 
68,454 
(D) 
2,089 
21,180 
3,562 
9,915 

15,561 
18,572 

4,591 
21,743 

4,832 
140,695 

3,774 

12,144 
263 
5,649 
6,555 
7,075 
3,375 

10,293 

1,207 
8,122 
5,606 
9,334 
166 
4,541 
8,356 

7,655 
1,016 
437 
6,637 
1,606 
8,973 
9,410 

14,334 
3,813 

26,645 

3,893 

544 

6,923 

6,728 

3,069 
24,664 
5,255 
3,257 
5,492 
4,670 
616 

2,952 
1,398 
2,929 
2,872 
1,209 
6,575 
119,698 
26,250 



163 
70 

147 
40 
36 



221 

70 
76 
60 
402 
54 
30 

60 

57 

175 

822 

111 



77 
28 
76 

173 
61 

114 
1,458 

279 

367 

54 

73 

133 



75 
106 

33 
162 

53 
669 

20 

144 
37 
51 
72 
33 
69 
90 



129 
136 
44 
32 
117 

35 
67 
84 
44 
50 
99 
134 



129 
23 
60 

149 

110 

36 

289 

22 

140 
106 
49 
17 

39 
36 
33 
23 
81 
49 
,449 
198 



77 
97 
52 
99 
38 
28 
40 

165 
52 
50 
44 

253 
40 
24 

46 
39 
141 
576 
55 



22 
40 

127 
47 
76 

892 

203 
263 

42 
45 

117 
52 

195 



92 

25 
132 

45 
527 

16 

102 
23 
45 
54 
29 
37 
72 

27 
41 
103 
100 
28 
28 



105 
21 
44 
95 
76 

28 
199 
14 
100 
70 
41 
15 

27 
24 
29 

21 
57 

41 

1,073 

146 



78,229 
53,143 
27,325 
56,479 
13,679 
13,737 
19,826 

148,782 
11,228 
24,640 
17,141 

206,515 
23,328 
10,661 

26,701 
26,180 
73,513 

361,222 
31,901 
10,196 

160,372 

33,558 
16,031 
17,917 
44,301 
38,109 
33,169 
826,751 

151,304 

296,779 
18,710 
20,366 

110,254 
25,863 

143,900 

34,945 
87,256 
18,390 

111,244 
41,882 

509,129 
13,347 

32,122 
13,740 
38,444 
29,383 
21,376 
10,134 
35,149 

10,476 
39,694 
82,769 
28,890 
8,540 
11,634 
52,363 

16,428 
26,083 
26,009 
17,307 
17, OU 
36,228 
79,426 

149,420 
27,835 

130,806 
11,970 
22,242 
38,969 
36,715 

14,004 

131,723 

5,471 

51,247 

25,864 

33,734 

6,809 

7,047 
19,045 
15,971 
32,762 
36,062 
15,540 
728,895 
84,219 



77,761 
51,725 
27,031 
55,235 
(D) 
13,529 
19,486 

147,972 
10,830 
24,164 
16,863 

203,317 
23,090 
10,593 

26,431 
25,934 
73,005 

357,230 
30,963 
9,806 

159,228 

33,386 
15,949 
17,231 
42,893 
37,977 
32,473 
816,595 

150,216 

295,063 
17,872 
19,690 

110,060 
25,613 

143,186 

34,655 
87,070 
18,276 

110,892 
41,678 

506,547 
13,177 

30,922 
13,422 
38,406 
29,125 
21,264 
9,676 
34,783 

10,284 
39,584 
82,355 
27,788 
8,424 
11,508 
51,711 

16,248 
25,503 
25,319 
17,135 
16,861 
35,636 
78,716 

148,614 
27,241 

130,364 

(D) 

21,950 

33,049 

35,999 

13,720 
U0,093 
5,317 
4^,961 
25,130 
33,590 
(D) 

6,891 
18,619 
15,955 
(D) 
35,452 
15,448 
721,847 
83,319 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-55 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 19'i4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS. BY KIND OF BLJSINESS-Contniut.-d 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Hating, drin>:i)iiT piafjes — Continued 



Total — Continued 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Eating places (includ- 
ing refreshment stands) 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Orlnlclng places 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General merchandise (^'oup 



Establishments 



Total^ 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



ToWl, all 
establish- 
ments^ 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Lowell, Massachusetts 

Lubbock, Texas 

*con, Georgia 

Madison, Wisconsin 

hbnchester. New Hampshire 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami, Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Hinneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery, Alabama 

Muncie, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut 

New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastem New Jersey 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Pittsf ield, rtssachusetts 

Portland, *ine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Uke City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas. 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, California 
San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, California 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend, Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield, Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Sprlngf leld-flolyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamf ord-Horwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Tacoma, Washington 

Tanpa-St . Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, OklahooB 

Utlca-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D, C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, West Virginia-Steubenville, Ohio.., 
Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pennsylvania 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania ^ 

Youngstown, Ohio 



10,628 

6,522 

8,220 

20,500 

5,337 

29,940 

113,059 

110,174 

117,350 
13,923 
8,750 
8,046 
21,698 
10,068 
13,125 
27,991 

77,454 
1,792,099 
38,911 
5,196 
30,936 
49,467 
14,026 
24,815 

396,723 

37,363 

172,813 

5,056 

8,212 

67,873 

61,403 

7,255 

10,367 
8,327 
20,704 
25,507 
8,847 
46,727 
19,144 
37,111 

12,589 

8,139 

176,552 

22,931 

4,828 

40,008 

50,733 

64,362 

318,891 
32,434 
10,799 
17,562 
83,267 
15,240 
10,743 
6,383 

19,376 
20,218 
17,662 
7,155 
8,611 
35,021 
20,150 
21,590 

41,145 
21,302 
51,624 

8,497 
46,264 

7,433 
28,423 
15,596 

22,795 
24,540 
10,038 
162,458 
14,584 
7,854 
25,216 
21,584 

7,255 
22,555 

25,178 
7,597 
24,363 
14,161 
40,797 



10,412 
6,162 
7,668 

18,798 
5,143 

28,638 
105,195 

90,812 

110,502 
12,803 
(D) 
7,900 
20,126 
9,168 
12,303 
25,999 

67,736 
1,709,351 
37,985 
4,968 
28, 596 
46,929 
12,766 
22,523 

369,835 

34,119 
156,893 
4,872 
8,094 
63,177 
55,617 
6,961 

9,021 
7,709 
17,732 
24,323 
8,357 
44,363 
18,254 
34,515 

12,099 

7,219 

159,182 

21,659 

4,286 

36,328 

46,695 

61,646 

297,211 
29,958 

10,155 
12,742 
77,075 
14,028 
9,859 
5,805 

18,194 
19,450 
15,980 
6,555 
3,281 
33,197 
19,062 
19,370 

39,713 
19,664 
46,650 

8,061 
44,038 

6,733 
25,751 
14,624 

20,753 
22,352 
9,032 

158,912 
13,436 
7,274 
21,600 
20,302 

6,783 
15,055 
22,892 

6,829 
23,233 
12,915 
37,327 



135 
150 
145 
219 
123 
628 
1,101 
342 

1,262 
219 
141 
128 
420 
202 
219 
480 

771 
17,470 
543 
107 
525 
430 
211 
308 

4,582 

678 

2,034 

67 

136 

1,019 

1,025 

92 

136 

175 
354 
506 
187 
597 
206 
504 

141 
134 
1,961 
386 
115 
670 
954 
879 

3,314 
474 
154 
382 

1,095 
225 
175 
122 

218 
265 

199 
184 
138 
517 
290 
325 

433 
268 
711 
133 
537 
170 
324 
245 

411 

413 
173 
1,644 
230 
151 
410 
425 

149 
661 
372 

182 
350 
276 

511 



6,473 

6,361 

6,933 

11,013 

4,662 

27,286 

30,937 

46,536 

65,029 
9,949 
7,637 
4,511 

17,405 
7,091 
9,194 

21,756 

43,543 

1,281,065 

23,466 

3,946 
25,267 
28,380 

9,033 
12,060 

242,306 

24,815 

91,041 

3,743 

7,039 
48,033 
43,444 

3,920 

4,172 
6,995 
13,133 
24,283 
7,582 
30,102 
10,541 
24,633 

6,310 
3,876 
97,706 
18,592 
4,038 
29,283 
35,935 
46,271 

225,533 
23,236 
7,752 
9,681 
61,375 
10,166 
7,401 
4,307 

11,145 
13,846 
10,193 
5,767 
5,010 
23,805 
16,235 
13,111 

24,955 
13,892 
35,106 

4,024 
27,773 

5,720 
13,979 

3,975 

17,875 
14,739 
7,271 
140,129 
9,370 
4,930 
12,078 
16,728 

5,845 
13,632 
17,281 

6,733 
17,377 

3,944 
20,586 



99 

4 

45 

261 

30 

122 

741 

2,222 

930 
135 
34 
50 
147 
99 
117 
196 

1,065 
11,910 
236 
42 
219 
433 
105 
372 

3,681 
299 
2,447 
38 
45 
663 
686 
100 

243 

17 

271 

36 

33 

379 

150 

316 

150 
121 
2,677 
153 
44 
597 
303 
441 

2,110 
208 

71 
399 
626 
123 
114 

65 

179 
176 
255 
50 
93 
271 
119 
257 

391 
198 
527 
133 
476 
78 
321 
128 

160 
358 
141 
374 
144 
84 
575 
161 

52 

497 
200 
31 
169 
118 
582 



4,133 

161 

1,237 

9,487 

675 

2,654 

32,042 

63,564 

52,131 
3,974 
1,063 
3,535 
4,279 
2,977 
3,931 
6,205 

33,775 
510,342 

10,419 
1,250 
5,669 

21,087 
4,993 

12,755 

153,969 
12,548 
81,612 
1,313 
1,123 
19,840 
17,913 
3,335 

6,195 
1,332 
7,481 
1,224 
1,265 

16,625 
8,603 

12,423 

6,265 
4,193 
78,700 
4,339 
790 
10,714 
14,748 
13,073 

93,148 
9,154 
3,035 
7,815 

21,892 
5,004 
3,342 
2,076 

8,193 
6,372 
7,464 
1,388 
3,601 
11,200 
3,915 
8,439 

16,164 

7,35'. 
16,386 

4,473 
18,491 

1,713 
14,428 

6,621 

4,912 
9,761 
2,733 

22,185 
5,202 
2,916 

13,074 
4,856 

1,400 
8,827 
7,847 
859 
6,486 
5,209 
20,203 



51 
45 
53 
56 
43 
203 
217 
179 



20 
115 



51 

108 



225 

5,316 
135 
21 
118 
84 
70 
93 

1,440 
148 
534 
31 
66 
280 
319 
20 

35 
93 

105 
106 
44 
139 



44 
24 
525 
72 
19 
145 
207 
209 

779 
121 
50 
103 
251 
105 
33 
26 



23 

139 



77 
191 

30 
102 

31 
101 

59 

104 
135 



23 

127 



31 
171 
100 
43 
69 
111 
131 



45 
43 
44 
27 
154 
157 
135 

207 
62 
26 
20 
95 
31 
31 
52 

131 
2,416 

109 
17 
96 
58 
50 
73 

694 
108 
400 
25 
44 
182 
169 
16 

33 
58 



36 
33 
35 
31 

36 
24 
375 
56 
17 
109 
159 
175 

541 
93 
40 
63 

175 
75 
27 
20 

47 
47 
26 
39 

19 
111 
54 
64 



67 
117 
20 
68 
25 
57 



55 
257 
28 
19 

105 
62 

27 
89 
66 
33 
55 
71 
103 



11,709 
22,170 
18,420 
20,340 
9,742 
77,207 
85,012 
170,201 

204,045 
28,290 
19,902 
10,351 
46,252 
12,490 
7,840 
27,426 

115,305 
1,390,732 
59,247 
7,784 
62,523 
56,971 
19,857 
39,727 

471,887 
43,744 
307,117 
9,199 
25,058 
120,302 
73,066 
9,243 

9,518 
22,055 
23,238 
79,797 
16,545 
83,770 
20,477 
47,635 

20,351 
12,516 
281,341 
55,363 
9,358 
77,017 
53,921 
85,380 

336,177 
39,712 
18,097 
26,954 

143,214 
25,610 
25,245 
13,549 

33,376 
47,135 
21,705 
15,408 
13,963 
62,370 
19,773 
23,020 

53,108 
37,139 
83,567 
23,736 
68,936 
16,177 
35,139 
24,368 

41,149 
24 293 
20,039 
260, 142 
11,278 
15,061 
41,185 
42,899 

13,417 
38,442 
41,371 
21,881 
28,980 
26,064 
72,740 



11,537 
22,170 
18,328 
19,946 
9,624 
76,209 
83,382 
169,605 

202,679 
27,892 
19,576 
10,351 
45,806 
12,188 
7,560 
26,664 

114,113 
1,344,192 
58,729 
7,754 
62,055 
56,511 
19,613 
39,375 

459,377 
42,940 
304,537 
9,031 
24,700 
119,238 
71,446 
9,095 

(D) 
21,039 
21,836 
79,359 
16,377 
82,344 
20,375 
46,955 

20,147 
12,516 
278,729 
54,865 
(D) 
76,571 
53,075 
35,124 

332,085 
39,320 
18,025 
26,368 

141,304 
25,076 
25,145 
13,349 

33,098 
46,459 
21,449 
15,226 
13,905 
61,844 
18,981 
22,784 

52,872 
36,739 
82,305 
23,486 
68,408 
16,059 
34,501 
24,033 

40,805 
23,069 
19,509 
257,006 
11,098 
14,973 
40,765 
42,679 

13,367 
37,583 
41,133 
21,711 
28,762 
25,166 
72,228 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1-56 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1934-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Connnued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Pavroll 



standard metropolitan area 



General merch andise group — Continued 



Department stores 



Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Variety stores 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General merchandise 
stores, n.e.c. 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Apparel, accessories stores 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Alo'on, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pennsylvania. . . . 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarillo, Texas 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta , Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, fferyland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, hfessachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga , Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Chrlsti , Texas 

Dallas , Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Holine, Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines , Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wisconsin 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-High Point, North Carolina 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamllton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Virginia 

Karri sburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, West Virginia-Ashland, Kentucky. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jackeonvi lie, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Laredo, Texas 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Arkansas 

Loraln-Elyrla, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, California 

Louisville , Kentucky 



60,890 
31,728 
17,20< 
40,891 
7,428 
6,352 
14,098 

117,884 

(D) 

15,672 

(D) 

163,845 

15,926 

6,898 

(D) 

18,977 

43,978 

285,522 

(D) 

5,484 

121,071 

20,744 
12,923 
10,376 
26,067 
29,749 
21,354 
652,550 

122,434 
246,947 

10,173 
12,700 
93,939 
19,052 
110,712 

25,562 
74,066 
14,286 
90,167 
34,838 
397,082 
10,348 

16,730 
10,511 
24,391 
19,152 
16,489 
5,560 
23,335 

(D) 
30,905 
71,862 
14,809 

(D) 

4,991 

41,384 

11,493 
16,931 
19,157 
8,224 
9,033 
22,357 
(D) 

101,335 
14,939 

109,965 
8,639 
15,623 
25,062 
22,936 

8,762 

103,482 

3,351 

37,168 

15,525 

26,704 

(D) 

(D) 
14,308 
12,107 
29,575 
28,862 
9,190 
533,245 
60,727 



106 
20 
21 
24 

149 
14 
12 

19 
23 
42 

297 
36 
21 

118 

26 

11 
23 
40 
20 
32 
540 

128 

170 
18 
20 
73 
29 

114 

27 
62 
14 
82 
22 
325 
5 

37 
10 
13 
31 
11 
17 



13 
11 
12 
7 
28 
20 
667 
65 



11,183 
41,904 
4,048 
9,615 
3,927 
2,722 
2,688 

17,742 
4,143 
5,096 
3,195 

27,632 
3,206 
2,139 

3,748 

5,358 

11,855 

46,758 

6,771 

3,348 

32,632 

8,150 
2,627 
5,466 
6,967 
5,291 
5,588 
100,207 

16,736 

37,434 
4,489 
3,859 

11,368 
4,239 

14,681 

5,877 
9,786 
2,440 

13,924 
4,416 

77,936 
1,548 

4,472 
2,256 
8,508 
8,452 
(D) 
3,524 
7,572 

(D) 
6,580 
5,555 
7,111 
1,935 

(D) 
7,053 

2,008 
4,169 
4,077 
3,963 
5,447 
9,069 
10,020 

18,816 
7,305 

15,023 
3,064 
3,374 
9,307 
6,754 

3,982 
14,590 
1,640 
6,624 
4,593 
5,224 
2,529 

3,258 
3,656 
3,151 
2,538 
3,337 
4,301 
91,584 
12,928 



37 
99 

31 

103 

19 

19 



103 
43 
51 
34 

228 
34 
13 

37 
22 

128 

449 

68 

23 

128 

39 

12 
48 

123 
35 
78 

821 

133 
174 
27 
49 
47 
29 
105 

33 
38 

12 
64 
25 
303 



33 
72 
75 

17 
166 
10 
S3 
78 
19 
12 

24 
18 
15 
12 
44 
24 
705 
119 



6,156 
6,457 
6,073 
5,973 
2,324 
4,163 
3,040 

U,148 
(D) 
3,872 
(D) 
14,962 
4,196 
1,574 

(D) 

1,845 

17,680 

28,638 

(D) 

1,364 

6,669 

4,664 
431 

2,075 
11,267 

3,059 

6,227 
73,788 

12,134 
12,398 
3,280 
3,807 
4,945 
2,572 
18,497 

3,506 
3,406 
1,664 
7,153 
2,628 
34,105 
1,451 

10,866 
973 
5,545 
1,779 
(D) 
1,050 
4,242 

3,130 
2,201 
5,218 
6,828 
(D) 
(D) 
3,826 

2,927 
4,943 
2,775 
5,120 
2,533 
4,782 
(D) 

29,269 
5,535 
5,818 
267 
3,225 
4,576 
7,025 

1,260 
13,587 

480 
7,455 
5,673 
1,806 

(D) 

(D) 

1,081 

713 

649 

3,825 

2,049 

103,920 

10,512 



223 
492 

131 
403 

32 
106 

64 

443 
251 
106 
112 
1,037 
111 
85 

145 
151 
326 
2,124 
271 
164 
907 

194 
65 
156 
169 
134 
167 
5,269 

632 
1,135 

125 
117 
350 
108 
535 

180 
267 

74 

344 

140 

2,239 

44 

218 
75 
130 
133 
104 
133 
199 

54 
115 
208 
239 
61 
96 
209 

101 
153 
111 
100 
113 
253 
345 

470 
153 
279 
71 
125 
229 
162 

97 
599 

63 
159 
199 
128 

63 

142 
92 
69 
50 

118 

172 
4,303 

361 



201 
424 
113 
303 
72 



92 

106 
815 
105 
73 

131 
131 
284 
1,708 
215 
114 
749 

172 
57 
140 
159 
114 
147 
4,227 

540 
397 
105 
111 
322 
104 
475 

156 
245 
64 
296 
122 
1,977 
40 

188 
65 
124 
149 
102 
103 
167 

48 
109 
184 
193 
59 
86 
187 

81 
135 
103 

90 
101 
213 
239 

426 
141 
255 
69 
113 
213 
126 

83 
499 

51 
147 
143 
122 

57 

114 
82 
63 
4a 

108 

134 
3,513 

311 



23,005 
59,134 
13,383 
32,622 

7,109 
14,344 

6,116 

55,515 
18,430 
11,948 
16,944 
92,306 
15,799 
6,072 

18,532 
13,985 
40,637 

226,700 
23,634 
10,980 

112,018 

22,111 
11,355 
13,107 
17,685 
17,261 
18,923 
597,203 

73,323 
114,509 
13,271 
(D) 
49,559 
11,150 
70,480 

15,959 
37,872 

7,481 

44,075 

19,418 

273,354 

3,861 

19,336 
7,161 
13,028 
15,814 
19,349 
13,420 
27,761 

5,765 
15,844 
26,053 
22,895 
4,946 
9,979 
23,505 

8,443 
(D) 
10,243 
10,042 
11,161 
25,176 
37,046 

79,982 
15,366 
36,857 
8,808 
12,394 
27,970 
10,059 

9,829 
80,276 

5,641 
16,447 
13,842 
15,355 

7,702 

12,224 
12,619 
5,742 
10,416 
11,830 
10,972 
459,640 
50,506 



22,403 
58,050 
13,101 
31,110 
6,919 
14,716 
(D) 

54, 535 
17,420 
11,790 
16,840 
87,722 
15,603 
5,964 

18,290 
13,613 
40,075 

220,568 
22,942 
10,328 

109,200 

21,645 
11,209 
12,347 
17,587 
16,877 
18,631 
578,419 

72,593 
110,735 
12,899 
(D) 
49,081 
11,044 
68,640 

15,541 
37,638 

7,373 

43,413 

19,078 

269,228 

3,799 

18,914 
7,043 
17,848 
15,218 
(D) 
12,860 
27,319 

5,583 

15,760 

25,661 

21,909 

(D) 

9,667 
23,119 

8,041 

(D) 

10,133 

9,880 
10,997 
24,672 
36,128 

78,932 
15,162 
36,483 
(D) 
12,190 
27,780 
9,695 

9,675 
78,534 

5,503 
16,129 
13,062 
15,315 

7,622 

12,002 

12,511 

3,696 

(D) 

11,692 

10,414 

445,372 

49,626 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-57 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 19'=.4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Contmutd 
Establishments. Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



General merchandise group — Continued 



Department stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Variety stores 



Sstablish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General merchandise 
stores, n.e.o. 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



($1,000) 



Apparel, accessories stores 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Lowell, ftessachusetts 

Lubbock, Texas 

^tecon, Georgia 

tbdison, Wisconsin 

Manchester, New Hampshire 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami , Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Mlnneapolis-^t. Paul, Minnesota 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery, Alabama 

Munc ie , Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, ^tessachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut 

New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans^ Louis ia na.... . ^^ 

New York-Northeastern New Versey". 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois. . .^^ 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Plttsf ield, rtessachusetts 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

itaclne, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St . Joseph, Missouri 

St. IjDuis, Missouri 

Salt Uke City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontarid, California 
San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, California 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia. 

Scranton, Pennsylvania .7 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend, Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield, Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springf ield-Holyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamf ord-Norwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Tacoma, Washington 

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Utica-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, West Virgina-Steubenville, Ohio... 
Wichita , Kansas 

witchita Falls, Texas 

Wllkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pennsylvania 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Youngstown, Ohio 

See footnotes at end of table. 



8,042 
15,755 
13,295 

15,030 

(D) 

60,937 

55,791 

141,871 

174,899 

16,173 

14,557 

3,274 

34,056 

8,747 

(D) 

14,942 

83,669 
931,428 
37,635 
(D) 
44,531 
44,835 
14,101 
26,279 

358,707 

22,560 

203,762 

(D) 

15,577 

91,325 

49,766 

(D) 

6,266 

14,438 
13,046 
68,865 
10,132 
69,984 
14,619 
33,869 

13,200 

6,551 

218,208 

44,310 

6,483 

58,271 

28,620 

58,827 

252,977 
26,480 
10,325 
16,625 

116,255 
16,331 
21,690 
8,775 

26,608 
37,149 
16,949 
8,026 
9,341 
35,113 
12,525 
12,437 

38,756 
23,956 
41,858 
17,122 
58,732 
10,800 
23,334 
13,029 

28,586 
12,430 
13,312 
210,705 
4,527 
12,603 
22,128 
27,197 

9,097 
25,864 
(D) 
16,273 
19,614 
14,033 
47,833 



33 

58 
1,153 
54 
9 
55 
32 
34 



432 
81 

225 
15 
44 

154 
93 



5 
184 
22 



31 
105 

431 
63 
23 

31 
131 
20 

20 



33 

197 



2,670 
2,238 
4,152 
3,015 
2,912 
7,897 
18,641 
19,758 

20,285 
6,483 
3,859 
1,900 
6,537 
3,223 
3,483 
7,549 

20,475 

249,749 

13,345 

(D) 

7,851 

7,429 

4,254 

(D) 

66,604 
9,473 

62,257 
3,337 
8,541 

13,902 

(D) 

2,843 

1,898 
3,405 
5,549 
8,157 
4,984 
10,222 
3,135 
7,217 

3,346 

(D) 

33,736 

5,855 

(D) 

11,722 

10,164 

12,583 

43,333 
7,730 
3,828 
4,904 

14,345 
3,867 
3,015 
1,395 

4,785 
6,570 
3,077 
3,033 
(D) 
10,107 
5,167 



11,375 
4,392 

13,920 
1,632 
7,575 
3,408 
4,897 
3,606 

4,754 
7,574 
2,654 

37,779 

4,695 

(D) 

10,604 
7,803 

2,336 

7,902 
6,762 
3,220 
8,223 
6,595 
16,555 



25 
25 

18 
30 
IS 
125 
129 
73 

114 
70 
28 
5 
67 
35 
25 
71 

155 
3,998 
67 
10 
51 
46 
32 
41 

958 

60 

281 

13 

13 

117 

214 



23 

15 
322 

39 
9 

75 
117 

94 



110 

31 



31 
30 
26 
30 
13 
71 
39 
36 

48 
35 
110 
14 
49 
11 
72 
32 

53 
84 
39 
136 
27 
6 
82 
29 



104 
60 
20 
33 
74 
67 



997 
4,177 

973 
2,295 

(D) 
3,373 
10, 552 
8,524 

3,361 

5,566 

1,486 

177 

5,609 

520 

(D) 

4,935 

11,073 

208,213 

3,267 

359 

10,077 

4,707 

1,502 

(D) 

46,112 

11,689 

41,056 

(D) 

940 

15,575 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
4,192 
4,643 
2,711 
1,399 
3,564 
2,723 
6,509 

3,805 

(D) 

29,349 

5,140 

(D) 

6,972 

15,137 

14,470 

34,607 
5,452 
3,944 
5,417 

12,614 

5,412 

540 

2,879 

1,933 
3,416 
1,679 
4,349 
(D) 
17,128 
2,081 
5,725 

2,965 
8j841 
27,741 
4,932 
2,679 
1,891 
6,908 
7,733 

7,809 
4,249 
3,997 
11,542 
2,056 
(D) 
8,453 
7,399 

1,984 
4,656 
(D) 
2,382 
1,143 
5,436 
8,270 



86 
83 
142 
123 
316 
1,001 
710 

725 
141 
116 
80 
187 
146 
178 
367 

434 
16,822 
340 
54 
220 
210 
142 
162 

4,231 

268 

1,661 

81 

112 

403 

691 

56 

113 
112 
230 
203 
103 
435 
133 
242 

130 
79 
1,210 
170 
52 
295 
392 
545 

1,994 
333 
102 
239 
462 
164 
73 
57 

133 
143 
90 
85 
64 
397 
343 
193 

275 
159 
337 

62 
297 

33 
310 
112 

199 
323 

32 

1,010 

180 

76 
243 
167 

83 
336 
275 
103 
220 
190 
362 



75 
120 

99 
292 

301 
574 

617 
127 
106 
74 
163 
118 
148 
299 

336 
12,510 
312 
52 
183 
170 
124 
144 

2,925 

226 

1,409 

65 

92 

308 

511 

50 

93 
102 
168 
183 

97 
319 
112 
198 



150 
46 
271 
323 

471 

1,552 
276 
96 
135 
372 
146 
57 
51 

126 

130 
78 
77 
60 
.333 
279 
147 

215 
127 
327 

60 
247 

74 
236 



169 
243 

76 
378 
144 

70 
213 
153 

75 
258 
227 

95 
186 
152 
314 



3,399 
9,627 
10,796 
18,065 
10,474 
40,465 
97,709 
76,053 

106,487 
17,557 
12,610 
6,511 
33,323 
(D) 
14,827 
35,963 

(D) 
1,312,965 
(D) 
8,045 
30,093 
33,197 
13,338 
15,991 

335,903 

26,932 

152,376 

6,966 

11,500 

43,735 

66,529 

6,232 

7,616 
10,211 
18,639 
25,392 
13,889 
45,891 
12,764 
24,727 

14,641 

7,775 

116,762 

19,023 

4,086 

44,344 

30,073 

51,019 

223,085 
32,669 
13,779 
19,167 
54,492 
21,345 
8,000 
5,664 

18,250 
16,265 
11,324 
7,519 
6,847 
38,130 
26,136 
16,070 

34,609 
12,587 
34,316 

5,458 
29,254 

9,438 
27,436 
13,393 

29,036 
21,430 

6,540 
142,594 
18,135 

7,594 
21,992 
25,335 

9,229 
24,869 
27,317 
13,463 
27,229 
14,717 
33,851 



8,591 
(D) 
10,734 
17,653 
10,164 
40,167 
93,807 
73,839 

104,535 
17,337 
12,426 
6,459 
37,950 
12,787 
14,431 
34,997 

(D) 

1,733,643 

46,883 

(D) 
29,525 
32,637 
13,002 
15,795 

311,999 
26,072 
143,686 
6,724 
11,098 
42,213 
63,849 
6,170 

7,318 
10,039 
17,683 
24,852 
13,821 
44,275 
12,146 
23,887 

14,445 
7,617 
113,284 
18,703 
(D) 
43,956 
28,882 
49,809 

215,963 
31,421 
13,667 
18,457 
53,352 
20,983 
7,714 
5,618 

17,950 
16,025 
11,110 
7,365 
6,309 
37,110 
25,048 
15,054 

33,627 
12,121 
33,463 
(D) 
28,514 
9,168 
26,062 
13,082 

28,576 
20,308 

6,414 

138,776 

17,735 

7,540 
21,562 
25,075 

9,111 
23,823 
26,423 
13,237 
26,633 
14,149 
32,905 



1-58 RETAIL TRADE -ARE A STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments. Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Apparel, accessories stores — Continued 



Shoe stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,CXX)) 



Women's clothing, 
specialty stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



,nome furnishings, appliance dealers 



Establishments 



Total^ 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



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



Establish. 

ments with 
payroll 
(tUOOO) 



Furniture, home 
furnishings stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Household appliance, 
radio, TV stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehera-Easton, Pennsylvania.. . . 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarillo, Texas 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, f^ryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland , Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Holine, Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wisconsin 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wa:/ne , Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand, Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-High Point, North Carolina 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamlllon-MIddletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Virginia 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, West Virglnla-Ashland, Kentucky. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

KnoxvlUe, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

I.an3lng, Michigan 

Laredo, Texas 

I,aurence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Arkansas 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, California 

Louisville, Kentucky 

See footnotes at end of table. 



105 
28 



14 
33 
219 
29 
20 

36 
35 
66 

498 
49 
38 

228 



28 
30 
39 
33 
996 

148 

287 

22 

23 

94 
27 

110 



34 
532 



27 
38 
20 
31 
21 
63 
67 

123 
35 
57 
17 
28 
53 



21 

131 
13 
37 



27 
22 

15 
14 
31 
43 
900 
89 



5,441 
9,833 
3,126 
7,275 
1,713 
(D) 
1,351 

14,201 
3,058 
1,552 
3,437 

15,564 
2,893 
1,516 

3,415 
2,884 
6,854 

38,222 
3,877 
2,376 

17,801 

4,194 
1,800 
2,160 
2,757 
3,591 
2,868 
98,217 

13,889 

24,905 
2,040 
2,380 

10,501 
(D) 

10,039 

2,625 
7,414 
1,704 
7,452 
3,770 
53,620 
1,193 

2,125 
1,475 
3,246 
3,115 
3,747 
2,098 
4,468 

1,216 
3,763 
(D) 
4,243 
1,079 
2,194 
4,400 

1,705 
3,576 
2,186 
2,350 
1,923 
4,612 
6,538 

17,020 
3,359 
7,005 
1,514 
2,450 
5,065 
2,055 

2,674 
12,890 
729 
3,531 
3,010 
3,531 
1,119 

1,614 
2,623 
1,635 
1,126 
3,655 
2,285 
82,196 
7,808 



157 
30 
47 
26 

160 
107 
33 
47 
327 



58 

102 
784 
111 
59 
294 

67 
26 
62 
57 
48 
57 
2,093 

186 
349 
46 
42 

114 



130 
40 
803 



40 
57 
38 
28 
31 
91 
121 

149 
48 

105 
26 



49 
198 
28 
52 
73 
47 
29 

53 
50 
34 
14 
40 
67 
1,694 
99 



3,508 
26,130 
4,515 
14,213 
3,038 
6,992 
2,184 

19,957 
8,707 
4,355 
8,775 

29,431 
5,533 
2,343 

5,645 
5,929 
15,652 
87,900 
7,952 
3,916 
52,888 

9,781 
4,076 
5,311 
5,809 
7,173 
6,372 
233,923 

21,233 

41,309 
6,275 
4,714 

11,472 
5,196 

28,631 

6,357 
10,864 

2,852 
21,945 

7,789 
115,304 

1,162 

8,444 
2,939 
(D) 
5,962 
8,039 
6,663 
11,555 

(D) 
6,681 
3,322 
8,077 

(D) 
3,115 
8,694 

3,393 

7,002 
3,298 
2,486 
3,409 
9,984 
13,611 

25,693 
5,927 

14,566 

(D) 

4,957 

13,705 
4,169 

3,945 
32,222 
2,855 
5,675 
5,295 
5,626 
4,429 

5,342 
6,468 
2,693 
3,360 
4,100 
3,650 
185,079 
18,841 



188 
313 
109 
308 
73 
87 
63 

354 
114 
97 
87 
585 
87 
68 

137 
97 

233 
1,303 

178 
74 

668 

221 
37 
101 
152 
106 
164 
2,641 

497 
903 

95 
100 
232 

91 
402 

141 
238 
63 
416 

148 

1,530 

40 

146 
48 
98 

120 
82 
88 

194 

54 
94 
136 
246 
55 
55 
205 



138 
112 
77 
33 
193 
276 

519 
136 
290 
63 
60 
178 
114 

82 
452 

64 
180 
139 

91 

13 

92 
62 
66 
64 
106 
109 
3,822 
240 



140 
218 
83 
204 
47 
61 



67 

413 



107 
69 
191 
917 
136 
44 
464 

155 
53 
89 

118 

84 

116 

1,879 

359 

587 
69 
84 

214 
71 

263 

95 
153 

47 
292 

90 
1,196 

34 



68 
86 
72 
62 
160 

40 
78 
108 
162 
49 



123 
202 

379 
106 
228 
49 
52 
140 



58 
318 

40 

126 

113 

69 

13 

56 

46 



83 

2,818 

190 



25,146 

31,710 

13,234 

27,443 

7,299 

8,073 

5,621 

39,912 
9,900 
10,229 
10,760 
74,748 
12,337 
3,776 

12,694 
10,634 
25,416 
129,060 
20,937 
5,628 
67,451 

21,572 

11,817 
11,131 
14,358 
11,606 
15,203 
352,149 

53,214 

100,311 

13,212 

9,606 
31,899 

9,344 
40,255 

13,401 
31,145 

6,696 

48,302 

15,512 

211,521 

4,094 

13,860 
7,062 
15,095 
13,357 
12,159 
9,992 
23,747 

3,761 
12,680 
19,685 
27,041 
4,394 
6,681 
19,361 

7,041 
11,935 
11,329 
10,735 
12,283 
17,700 
27,337 

69,010 
13,005 
43,246 
6,403 
7,566 
22,837 
9,282 

10,878 
54,338 
5,074 
15,494 
13,547 
9,252 
1,725 

6,197 
6,308 
5,442 
7,545 
10,497 
10,903 
459,994 
32,991 



24,564 
30,304 
12,728 
25,935 
6,917 
7,613 
5,503 

38,343 
9,132 
9,723 
10, 536 
72,174 
12,151 
8,142 

12,108 
10,193 
24,976 
122,054 
20,105 
5,278 
63,891 

20,684 
11,399 
10,987 
13,976 
11,262 
13,874 
337,207 

54,940 
91,619 
12,638 

9,312 
30,791 

9,032 
37,737 

12,511 
30,015 

6,420 

46,116 

14,534 

205,445 

3,972 

13,152 
6,930 
14,501 
12,895 
11,959 
9,594 
23,261 

3,543 
12,408 
13,725 
25,523 
4,330 
6,487 
18,339 

6,401 
11,163 
10,791 
10,331 
12,143 
16,300 
26,111 

67, 194 
12,471 
42,020 
6,161 
6,948 
22,133 
8,750 

10,474 
51,602 
4,680 
14,472 
12,473 
8,842 
1,725 

5,619 
6,142 
5,018 
7,371 
9,943 

10,487 
437,162 

32,235 



84 
178 
68 
132 
34 
59 
44 



60 

52 

381 



63 
58 
152 
836 
91 
44 
355 



67 
79 

88 

98 

1,700 

306 

570 
61 
63 

175 
56 

281 



120 
25 

240 
55 

870 
■ 21 

62 
38 
65 
53 
45 
51 
34 

39 
49 
120 
123 
31 
30 
98 

36 
96 

71 



94 
151 

336 
74 

173 
21 
42 

114 
48 

37 
264 

32 
101 

83 

36 



51 
33 
28 
37 
74 
50 
2,355 
123 



11,768 
20,807 
8,497 
16,394 
5,708 
6,040 
4,228 

26,355 
5,957 
6,593 
6,813 

54,248 
8,217 
3,924 

7,626 
3,315 
18,361 
83,560 
11 ,460 
3,451 
43,492 

13,503 
6,007 
6,863 
9,073 
9,707 

10,172 
243,618 

41,703 

70,071 
6,354 
6,950 

20,806 
6,867 

25,547 

8,204 
19,208 

3,197 

30, 527 

10,446 

141,464 

2,204 

8,055 
6,253 

12,537 
7,496 
8,363 
8,023 

16,107 

2,382 
5,953 
13,563 
15,149 
2,496 
4,626 
11,713 

4,186 
9,094 
7,639 
7,344 
5,272 
11,628 
14,706 

54,816 
8,589 

31,301 
2,902 
5,649 

17,936 
7,417 

5,563 
34,702 
2,473 
9,867 
7,923 
6,273 
1,074 

3,646 
3,426 
2,400 
4,133 
7,311 
5,763 
313,261 
21,464 



104 
140 
41 
174 
39 
24 



125 
49 
37 
31 

198 
33 

34 



39 

81 
461 
87 
30 
309 

110 
50 
34 
73 
18 
66 

927 

187 

329 

34 

37 

103 



71 
116 

38 
174 

91 
654 

19 



33 
62 
37 
37 

HO 

15 
45 
66 

121 
22 
23 

107 

50 
42 



177 
62 

117 
42 
13 
62 
66 

45 
186 

32 

77 
106 

55 



i't 
24 
38 
27 
32 
59 
1,441 
115 



13,378 
10,903 
4,737 
11,031 
1,591 
2,013 
1,393 

13,435 
3,943 
3,636 
3,913 

20,396 
4,120 
4,852 

5,068 
2,319 
7,055 

45,438 
9,527 
2,177 

23,881 

8,069 
5,758 
4,268 
5,285 
1,899 
5,036 
103,215 

16,423 

30,020 
6,858 
2,656 

11,061 
2,435 

14,640 

5,197 
11,929 

3,499 
17,769 

5,048 
69,985 

1,890 

5,805 
779 
2,558 
5,861 
3,796 
1,969 
12,640 

879 
6,722 

6,117 
11,376 
1,874 
2,031 
7,648 

2,855 
2,841 
3,654 
3,391 
7,011 
6,052 
12,547 

14,130 
4,416 

11,945 
3,501 
1,917 
4,843 
1,865 

5,315 
19,996 
2,601 
5,597 
5,624 
2,979 
651 

2,541 
2,882 
3,042 
3,412 
3,186 
5,140 
146,267 
11,519 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-59 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE; ig-J-l-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-C;()ntinucd 

Establishments, Sales, and Annu.ii Pavroit 



standard metropolitan area 



Apparel, accessories stores — Continued 



Shoe stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Niijnber) 



(tl.OOO) 



Women's clothing, 
specialty stores 



Establish- 
ments 



( number 1 



($1,000) 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers 



Establishments 



Tota 1 ' 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Total all 
establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Furniture, home 
furnishings stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Household appliance, 
radio, TV stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



lx>uell, ^tessachusetts 

Lubbock, Texas 

ffacon, Georgia 

^tadison, Wisconsin 

^toncheste^, New Hampshire 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami , Florida 

Ml Iwaukee, Wisconsin 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery, Alabana 

Muncie, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, t*ssachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut 

New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahcma. 

OniBha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Plttsf leld , mssachusetts 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Scramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, California 
San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, California 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scrantcn, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend, Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield , Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springf ield-Holyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamf ord-Norwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Tacooa, Washington 

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Utica-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D. C ■. . . . 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, West Virginia-Steubenville, Ohio.. 
Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pennsylvania 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina , 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Youngstown, Ohio 

See footnote at end of table. 



22 

20 
27 
31 
32 
53 
177 
167 

154 
29 

30 
19 



ol 

110 
2,798 
62 
13 
48 
50 
28 
49 

799 
53 

350 
19 
30 

100 

156 



26 
24 

38 
53 
20 

117 
32 



27 
334 
36 
12 
66 
97 
117 

373 
70 
23 
42 
96 
34 



43 
74 
19 
211 
27 
15 
60 



1,658 
1,840 
2,446 
2,310 
1,745 
6,528 
16,988 
14,615 

14,602 
3,565 
2,563 
1,460 
5,291 
2,617 
2,244 
5,544 

13,495 
256,011 
8,150 
1,005 
5,892 
4,820 
2,474 
(D) 

57,086 
5,222 

28,068 
1,350 
1,830 
9,157 

11,798 
1,042 

1,592 
1,854 
3,231 
4,315 
2,040 
7,398 
2,802 
5,644 

2,575 

1,463 

20,365 

3,603 

792 

(D) 

6,552 

10,205 

38,039 
6,271 
2,653 
3,715 

14,815 
4,290 
1,227 
1,128 

3,084 
3,525 
2,039 
1,439 
1,559 
6,612 
3,899 
3,183 

5,307 
3,208 
7,499 
1,864 
5,765 
1,374 
4,177 
(D) 

6,025 
4,005 
1,569 
27,927 
2,346 
1,788 
5,410 
4,729 

1,574 
5,503 
5,248 
2,815 

4,949 
3,698 
7,348 



28 
37 
27 
47 
38 
102 
422 
239 

224 
50 
39 



64 
141 

103 
7,383 
114 
20 
82 
65 
55 
54 

1,699 
106 
589 
26 
32 
138 
237 
20 



95 
55 
36 
137 



54 

26 

432 

60 

16 

93 

153 

221 

796 
134 
38 
112 
170 
67 
18 
24 



32 
33 

20 
151 
151 

62 

87 

43 
168 

23 
105 

27 
137 

46 

73 
114 
37 
369 
67 
30 
83 
48 

36 

140 
99 
36 

80 



3,694 
3,512 
5,312 
7,311 
4,258 
14,232 
42,707 
34,044 

42,962 
5,695 
4,875 
2,958 

21,188 
6,525 
5,242 

13,834 

24,500 
754,965 

18,358 
3,708 

11,523 

14,189 
6,877 
5,120 

143,778 

12,395 

64,446 

2,567 

2,196 

18,468 

30,530 

2,672 

2,570 
4,740 
7,992 
9,460 
7,253 
17,230 
4,777 
9,579 

5,780 

2,846 

45,773 

7,664 

1,851 

15,453 

10,955 

20,370 

93,259 
13,454 
4,893 
8,512 
21,863 
7,952 
2,626 
2,315 

6,527 
6,579 
5,426 
3,226 
2,753 
14,783 
11,844 
5,185 

17,744 
4,024 

16,192 
1,744 
9,607 
3,122 

12,206 
4,220 

11,430 
8,724 
2,875 

61,231 
8,448 
3,090 
8,564 
8,911 

3,060 

9,462 
11,366 

6,098 
10,055 

4,945 
12,418 



57 
83 
53 
123 
60 
244 
524 
502 

617 
111 
64 
76 
135 
91 
116 
186 

299 
8,604 
233 
54 
238 
170 
132 
160 

2,381 
287 

1,031 

51 

71 

412 

507 

44 



69 
203 
168 

79 
254 
102 
222 



64 
864 
173 

48 
137 
371 
451 

1,610 

275 

72 

139 

490 

110 

66 

53 

116 
143 
71 
68 
74 
313 
183 
139 

165 
143 
382 

50 
255 

64 
134 
119 

190 
189- 

72 
543 
109 

62 
191 
153 

69 

287 
173 
34 
172 
187 
347 



41 
57 
47 
87 
52 
190 
370 
362 

435 
95 
56 
64 
97 
61 
94 

144 

233 

6,290 

199 

36 

170 
120 

102 

110 

1,457 

193 

715 

33 

57 

260 

323 

34 

52 

57 
129 
142 

59 
183 

68 
160 

74 
52 
626 
135 
34 
143 
273 
349 

1,120 
209 
64 
95 
334 
84 
50 
35 

94 
97 
53 
52 
48 
227 
165 
33 

101 

98 
284 

40 
193 

52 
132 

87 

130 
123 
43 
425 
83 
50 
129 
117 

47 
163 
127 

64 
124 
117 
235 



6,934 

8,205 

6,921 

11,310 

(D) 

26,003 

56,859 

57,736 

77,569 
12,959 
8,251 
6,972 
16,356 
7,673 
13,791 
19,346 

43,472 

984,017 

(D) 

6,357 

22,430 

26,334 

11,609 

17,233 

222,717 
31,511 
127,469 
4,165 
7,035 
41,101 
33,853 
(D) 

7,665 
7,335 
15,557 
18,889 
9,027 
33,841 
14,223 
38,748 

9,285 

7,361 

108,506 

19,567 

4,422 

21,840 

34,002 

51,149 

194,251 
31,747 
9,335 
14,473 
43,853 
13,377 
5,802 
4,376 

15,167 
15,811 
10,913 
7,049 
6,526 
27,343 
17,775 
13,639 

17,819 
15,486 
28,519 
5,322 
28,128 
11,803 
20,317 
10,166 

20,194 
15,699 

7,290 
87,532 
12,359 

7,881 
18,208 
21,315 

6,153 
18,603 
23,565 

9,243 
17,978 
16,045 
35,801 



6,710 
7,745 
6,341 
10,704 
(D) 
25,229 
54,579 
55,406 

72,869 
12,809 
8,035 
6,902 
15,814 
7,291 
13,603 
18,714 

42,084 
941,149 
31,535 
5,911 
20,694 
25,614 
11,009 
16,279 

204,633 

29,381 

120,939 

3,927 

6,705 

38,281 

31,331 

5,960 

7,259 
7,237 
14,253 
18,433 
8,805 
32,905 
13,495 
36,932 

9,169 
7,047 
103,892 
19,041 
4,272 
21,414 
32,028 
48,975 

184,791 
30,551 
9,221 
13,851 
40,583 
12,839 
5,656 
4,102 

14,713 
15,029 
10,545 
6,791 
6,206 
25,609 
17,623 
12,705 

xo,951 
14,550 
26,559 

5,152 
27,304 
11,711 
19,317 

9,512 

19,250 

14,401 
6,882 
35,054 
12,549 
7,801 
17,330 
20,707 

5,878 
16,827 
22,697 

9,029 
16,834 
14,995 
33,503 



31 
56 
33 

54 
34 
169 
296 
267 

368 
67 
40 
41 
96 
58 
57 

113 

213 
6,079 

163 
23 

149 
88 
79 
69 

1,600 
160 
506 
27 
37 
212 
331 
27 

35 

44 

99 
123 

48 
144 

44 
103 

40 
38 
517 
79 
28 
116 
207 
246 

950 
160 
50 
57 
271 
76 
28 
23 

66 
78 
33 
36 
22 
171 
113 
72 

92 

72 
208 

26 
139 

43 
119 

63 

132 
91 
45 

326 
60 
25 
77 
68 

35 
137 
101 
61 
93 
102 
168 



3,174 
5,414 
4,853 
5,360 
4,094 
16,147 
35,210 
32,596 

54,058 
8,159 
5,375 
4,154 

14,145 
5,461 
8,329 

11,339 

34,810 

601,120 

21,300 

4,150 

16,683 

17,337 

5,935 

11,273 

145,364 
23,511 
84,453 
2,206 
4,126 
26,328 
24,123 
(D) 

4,663 
4,192 
8,478 

14,050 
5,334 

21,262 
7,978 

26,111 

5,406 
3,784 
79,446 
12,123 
2,546 
15,445 
22,013 
33,793 

134,331 
19,206 
7,124 
8,308 
26,959 
9,861 
3,579 
2,609 

9,375 
9,835 
6,173 
5,332 
3,091 
17,962 
9,202 
9,918 

13,927 
10,093 
16,702 

2,946 
17,145 

9,349 
13,270 

5,718 

14,523 
8,660 
3,437 

50,275 
8,504 
4,103 

12,451 

11,745 

3,035 
11,951 
13,246 

6,923 
11,409 

8,824 
21,231 



26 
25 
20 
67 
24 
75 
224 
233 

249 
44 
24 
33 
39 
33 
59 
71 

36 
2,453 

70 
31 
39 
82 
53 
91 

757 
123 
517 
24 
34 
196 
166 



39 
25 
100 
45 



40 
26 
339 
94 
20 
71 
164 
203 

656 
115 
22 
82 
215 
32 
33 
30 



38 
32 
50 
142 
70 
65 



174 
24 

114 
21 
65 
56 

58 
98 
27 

215 
49 
35 

114 
85 

32 

148 
70 
23 
79 
85 

177 



3,760 

2,779 

2,068 

5,942 

(D) 

9,856 

21,583 

25,076 

23,511 
4,800 
2,876 
2,812 
2,211 
2,212 
5,462 
7,969 

8,662 
381,529 
(D) 
2,207 
5,747 
8,997 
5,624 
5,955 

76,923 
7,940 

42,924 
1,959 
2,909 

14,733 
9,586 
3,709 

3,002 
3,143 
7,015 
4,839 
3,193 

12,563 
6,245 

12,629 

3,879 

3,577 

28,998 

7,444 

1,876 

6,395 

11,989 

17,348 

59,798 
12,541 
2,211 
6,165 
16,856 
3,494 
2,223 
1,767 

5,792 
5,976 
4,740 
1,717 
3,425 
9,381 
8,573 
3,663 

3,892 
5,385 

11,817 
2,376 

10,953 
1,954 
7,047 
4,448 

5,671 
7,039 
3,853 
37,231 
4,355 
3,764 
5,757 
9,570 

3,097 
6,626 

10,305 
2,320 
6,569 
7,221 

14,468 



1-60 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Aitron, Ohio 

Albany^chenectady-Troy, New York. . 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-BethleheiB-Easton, Pa 

Altoofia, Pennsylvania 

Araarillo, Texas 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey...... 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baton Rouge , Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline, 

Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines , Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, wis..,. 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-High Point, N.C 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va.., 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

'lartf ord, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky.... 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha. Wisconsin 

Knoxvllle, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Laredo, Texas 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

little Rock-North Little Rock, 

Arkansas 

Lorain-Elyrla, Ohio 

Los Angeles-long Beach, California 
Louisville, Kentucky 



Establishments 



Total 

( Number ) 



195 
SiS 
107 
236 

73 
105 

63 

317 
82 

IK 
95 

409 

73 



198 
861 

105 



170 
59 
54 

113 
83 

141 
1,767 

324 
509 



274 
108 
462 



12S 
202 
53 
369 
134 
,135 



107 
124 
70 



57 

99 

340 

205 

53 



95 
153 
92 
66 
173 
161 

476 
127 
248 

77 

52 
147 
167 

58 
489 

44 
163 
176 



46 
48 
66 
91 

106 

97 

2,409 

213 



With 
payroll 



151 
175 
81 
196 



223 

68 
94 
69 
333 
59 
41 



76 
150 
699 

89 

64 

344 

140 
49 
40 

107 

61 

97 

1,393 

288 
417 
63 
72 
206 



110 
180 

41 
263 
112 
935 

40 

127 
36 



52 
49 

127 



69 
154 
145 
42 
49 
139 

45 
73 
87 
76 
53 
137 
143 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



93, 103 
99, 987 
45,023 
76,555 
22,388 
41,834 
16,538 

165,713 
24,206 
39,076 
34,060 

217,041 
40,003 
18,353 

45,666 
39,144 
113,325 
433,256 
49, 888 
23,734 
222,041 

61,098 
25,699 
26,223 
57,157 
43,790 
43,817 
1,125,276 

196,305 

334,160 
34,643 
28,062 

121,439 
44,229 

248,521 



51,304 
112,740 

27,241 
174,527 

66,858 
838,164 

12,779 

48,498 
19,317 
44,914 
50,721 
27,435 
18,076 
97,601 

19, 927 
47,970 
119,434 
50,046 
14,138 
15,659 
70,000 

19,283 
39,397 
33, 344 
33, 086 
32,637 
71,277 
87, 925 



352 


231,049 


95 


40,026 


202 


165,142 


57 


24,835 


40 


36,472 


117 


103,276 


135 


40,476 


52 


33,218 


335 


230, 907 


34 


13,425 


115 


63,707 


154 


51,968 


91 


54,556 


17 


6,677 


34 


16,668 


32 


19,245 


44 


18,194 


53 


22,587 


76 


47,571 


79 


34,226 


,851 


1,294,704 


175 


140,816 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



96,433 
96,681 
43,467 
75,793 
21,884 
38,034 
16,090 

163,588 
23,858 
37,288 
32,868 

215,363 
38,889 
18,201 

45,054 
38,150 
112,191 
427,548 
49,588 
23,376 
219,867 

60, 032 
25,275 
25,269 
56,975 
43,510 
42,141 
1,110,368 

195,391 

331,308 
34,087 
27,464 

118,929 
43, 623 

238,793 



50,374 
111,730 

26,853 
169,915 

66,352 
881,312 

12,683 

47,968 
19,271 
43,366 
49,421 
26,949 
17,416 
96,603 

18,545 
46,794 
109,222 
47, 950 
13,674 
15,211 
67,574 

19,269 
38,051 
30, 170 
32,304 
31,911 
69,739 
87,635 

227,533 
38,644 

163,830 
24,363 
36,282 

102,608 
39,460 
32,872 

224,451 
13, 165 
62,431 
51,094 
54,328 
(D) 

16,300 
18,677 
17,642 
20, 881 

47,061 

33,554 

1,277,252 

139,764 



Passenger car 
dealers (franchised) 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



29 
131 
38 
28 
20 



37 
38 
18 
124 
19 
24 



449 
37 



78 
25 

20 
54 

20 

30 

762 

126 

207 
19 



16 
30 
33 
429 
23 

82 
13 
20 
55 

13 
18 
45 

12 
35 
49 
63 
17 
25 



114 
48 
59 
26 
20 
28 

102 
25 

147 
19 
46 
91 
48 
10 



16 
22 
23 

21 

50 

675 

62 



Sales 
($1,000) 



78,570 
81,616 
32,296 
65,618 
19,456 
31,391 
12,602 

129,465 
20,640 
23,246 
22,294 

181,099 
30,609 
15,670 

32,716 
32,343 
92,362 

391,011 
40, 553 
21,365 

196,594 

50, 702 
21,L23 
21,742 
48,435 
32,101 
29,072 
987,519 

165,343 
293,583 
24,936 
16,821 
94,500 
29, 563 
184,129 



40,273 
92,805 
21,436 

122,255 
50, 573 

777,052 
9,552 

40,463 
12,673 
34,049 
42,324 
19, 514 
13,323 
82,815 

9,868 
41,325 
82,709 
36, 147 

9,452 
12,643 
52,169 

17,425 
28,642 
17,772 
25,142 
26,023 
60,208 
77,120 

174,525 
32,363 

126,994 
20,353 
32,702 
82,766 
37,492 
27,707 

179,696 
10,338 
48,115 
41,171 
46,304 
5,879 

14,347 
16,457 
14,411 
17,111 

35,718 

30,393 

1,069,372 

108,268 



Passenger car 
dealers (nonfranchlsed) 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



62 
69 
45 
49 
22 
57 
27 

125 
17 
39 
47 

151 
24 
11 

34 
30 
72 
181 
31 
24 
91 



103 
147 
32 
47 
95 
46 
239 



31 
52 
18 

187 
47 

354 
12 

17 
18 
43 
34 
21 
31 
71 

32 
27 
196 
67 
23 
14 
63 

6 
31 
84 
27 
17 
50 



165 
49 

107 
25 
12 
62 
20 
17 

188 
10 
75 
39 
21 



15 
14 
28 
38 

53 

19 
756 
84 



($1,000) 



Tire, battery, 
accessory dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



7,896 
9,136 
7,935 
6,131 
1,619 
(D) 
2,141 

16,433 

(D) 

6,396 

6,570 

19,390 
4,645 
1,171 

6,610 
3,033 
9,630 

17,416 

5,354 

(D) 

10,279 

5,845 
2,028 
2,070 
5,397 
5,390 
10, 190 
75,016 

17,814 
23,558 
5,050 
7,996 
12,726 
10,345 
39,239 



5,903 
3,166 
2,825 

35,179 
7,979 

61,381 
1,341 

2,215 
2,777 
4,448 
4,578 
2,723 
3,320 
8,224 

8,604 
'2,524 

24,490 

8,110 

2,679 

(D) 

11, 127 

606 
5,358 
11,369 
5,057 
2,933 
4,648 
5,120 

27,016 
3,633 

25,239 
1,884 
591 
9,498 
1,307 
2,428 

28,724 
1,464 
3,211 
6,330 
3,487 
150 

1,348 

750 

2,250 

2,948 

6,965 

1,599 

130, 608 

20,465 



60 
60 
16 
45 
12 
13 
13 

90 
16 
26 
20 
105 
24 
5 

36 
20 
68 
189 
25 
14 
99 

38 

12 
11 
17 
23 
30 
394 



16 
97 

30 
114 



29 
47 
14 
70 
35 
247 



22 
7 
22 
24 
24 
16 
34 

10 
21 
69 
61 
16 
21 
37 

10 
33 
33 
26 
20 
27 
40 

160 
26 
55 
12 
17 
31 
29 
9 

113 
10 
27 
36 
15 



15 
11 
22 

23 

21 

687 
52 



Sales 
($1,000) 



10,269 
7,046 

(D) 
4,209 

O) 
3,165 
1,600 

15,142 

1,601 

5,036 

(D) 

12,965 
3,832 
1,161 

(D) 
2,347 
9,968 
21,294 
2,770 
827 
10,443 

3,731 
1,551 
1,693 
2,578 

4,019 
3,937 
41,318 

9,738 
14,015 

4,222 

1,919 
11,374 

3,561 
19, 170 



3,604 
7,619 
1,725 
9,705 
4,118 
33,847 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
4,352 
2,416 
3,830 
(D) 
3,076 

1,314 
2,940 
8,443 
4,464 

(D) 
1,685 

(D) 

1,138 
4,569 
2,679 
2,576 

2,411 
3,887 
4,430 

22,169 
2,833 
8,557 
1,597 
(D) 
8,391 
1,504 
2,548 

16,324 
1,465 
5,749 
2,834 
2,713 
648 

(D) 
1,699 
1,202 
2,213 

4,116 

1,682 

51,225 

8,579 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-61 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS. BY KIND OF BUSINF.SS-Continued 

Establishments. Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Automotive group 



Standard metropolitan area 



Establishments 



{Number) 



With 
Payroll 

( Number ) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments wi th 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Passenger car 
dealers (franchised) 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



($1,000) 



Passenger car 
dealers (nonfranchlsed) 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



($1,000) 



Tire, battery, 
accessory dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



($1,000) 



Lovell, Uassachusetts 

Lubboclc, Texas 

Ifecon, Oeorgia 

Abdison, Wisconsin 

Ifcmchester, New Hampshire 

Ifcn^jhis, Tennessee 

Uiami , Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Uinneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota... 

Mobile , Alabama 

Usntgomery , Alabama 

Umcie, Indiana 

Nashville , Tennessee 

New Bedford , Massachusetts 

New Ecri tain-Bristol, Connecticut.. 
New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey,. 

Norfolk-I\Drtsiiciuth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Qnaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Rioenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Pittsf ield , Massachusetts 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oregon 

I^ovldence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. li^uis, Missouri 

Salt lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, 

California 

San Diego, California 

San Rrancisco-Oakland, California, 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend, Indiana 

^okane, Washington 

^ringfield, Illinois 

^ringfield, Missouri 

^ringfield, Ohio 

E^ringfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamford-Norwalic, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Tacoma, Washington 

Tanpa-St. Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, Hew Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, nVI nhnma 

Utica-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Water lijo, Iowa 

Wheeling, West Vlrginia- 

Steubenvllle, Chio 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wllkes-Barre-Hazle ton, Pennsylvania . 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

*Drcest€r, l^sachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Youngstown, Ohio 



34 
112 
6S 
36 
56 
19i 
350 
305 

353 
89 
71 
58 

130 
79 
78 

150 

239 
3,679 

172 
A3 
265 
166 
122 
U3 

1,265 
253 

390 
41 
54 
405 
363 
51 



54 
144 
115 

80 
199 

97 
193 

88 
63 
772 
157 
67 
242 

324 
328 

1,010 
234 
53 
108 
369 
100 
68 
53 

35 

137 
58 
116 
54 
199 
116 
157 

170 
154 
306 
61 
179 



210 
162 
105 
425 



192 
174 

78 
185 
125 

73 

110 
135 
322 



28 
56 
58 

74 
40 
144 
270 
235 

257 
77 
49 
42 

113 
59 
66 

122 

165 

2,979 

156 

35 

155 
144 
36 
115 

1,017 
181 
762 
29 
48 
259 
296 
41 



112 
107 

68 
157 

63 
135 

70 
39 

588 
109 
35 
178 



256 
276 

728 
172 
45 
88 
261 
32 
54 
45 

69 

87 

52 

54 

46 

155 

108 

111 

124 
110 
218 
49 
133 
40 
91 



lAO 
124 

71 
377 

72 



166 

110 



U7 
97 
46 
90 
97 

252 



16,269 
40,574 
27,860 
37,432 
(D) 
121,274 
182,422 
189,325 

243,959 
44,760 
32,774 
20,199 
72,544 
20,046 
28,504 
53,145 

(D) 
1,865,183 

(D) 
13,233 
88,059 
93,433 
41,450 
56,225 

672,045 
85,856 

372,072 

15,524 

(D) 

154,955 

135,635 
19,920 

21,148 
29,578 
49,768 
60,854 
25,911 
118,412 
36,003 
56,601 

44,310 
19,619 

354,568 
68,632 
18,232 

101,449 

102,270 
U9,401 

471,757 
72,045 
27, 527 
33,309 

143,325 
48,069 
30,147 
21,405 

47, lU 
51,927 
28,172 
22,345 
24,880 
83,599 
57,311 
47,459 

87,008 
44,283 
112,387 
23,022 
87, 597 
26,319 
53,216 
30,957 

33,044 
49,713 
30,753 
328,591 
28,780 
23,921 

49,074 
73,221 

29,604 
50,005 
54,290 
27,344 
54,263 
44,857 
100, 225 



16,123 
37,806 
27,620 
37,298 
(D) 
120,188 
178,564 
186,942 

241,905 
44,272 
32,092 
19,753 
72,448 
19,228 
23,350 
52, 229 

(D) 
1,846,011 
86,495 
13,164 
82,767 
92,845 
40,344 
55,365 

553,916 
83,854 

368,530 
15,356 
24,946 

148,153 

132,784 
19,750 

20,812 
23,906 
48,870 
60,408 
26,445 
116,934 
34,541 
64,729 

44,356 
18,691 
358,340 
66,674 
17, 170 
99,811 

100,496 
147,295 

452,225 
70,559 
27, X5 
32,919 

139,791 
47,689 
29,547 
21,243 

46,386 
49,553 
28,020 
21,311 
24,583 
82,285 
56,819 
45,559 

36,012 
42,927 
110,735 
22,633 
36,727 
26,095 
52,650 
30,171 

80,094 
47,331 
30,059 
327,537 
28,656 
23,677 

47,936 
76,063 

29,356 
48,905 
53,386 
26,384 
53,975 
44,139 
93,083 



17 
32 
22 
49 
22 
38 
'ji, 
111 

157 
20 
15 
17 
39 
27 
40 
37 

44 
1,516 
55 
11 
52 
62 
Zt 
65 

607 
63 

518 
19 
15 

135 

162 
11 

37 
32 
82 
38 
26 
89 
21 
39 

33 
15 
255 
47 
21 
35 

127 
101 

337 
72 
14 
51 

129 
26 
30 
20 

33 
33 
29 



89 
33 
187 
32 
28 

109 
31 

24 
84 
53 
28 
50 



U,900 
29,258 

13,311 
34,156 
14,081 
95,649 
127,001 
164,742 

211,590 
29,904 
23,545 
15,700 
57,592 
15,305 
26,379 
38, 562 

85,011 
1,587,101 
67,564 
10,305 
59,788 
75,966 
23,907 
46,315 

590,273 
60,942 

333,643 
14,006 
20,632 

123,636 

111,475 
15,837 

17,829 
26, 528 
41,852 
48,377 
20,986 
104,454 
27,211 
45,223 

40,295 
13,733 
303,552 
52,389 
12,913 
59, 592 

81,057 
119,377 

389,236 
53,799 
21,648 
26,908 

116,833 
36,070 
25,524 
15,452 

41,533 

37,842 
23,600 
14,914 
20,853 
72,452 
49,615 
36,974 

72,313 
33,559 
80,043 
14,962 
75,516 
21,727 
43,394 
21,124 

55,395 
44,546 
23, 116 

278,677 
20,880 
20,019 

41,807 

56,387 

21,873 
42,547 
48,459 
20,869 
45,963 
36,094 
84,667 



47 
28 
12 
21 
91 
132 
93 



39 
30 
53 
32 
16 
60 

103 

1,026 

51 

14 

112 
45 
55 
35 

302 
96 

134 
10 
25 

154 

106 
17 

14 
4 
31 
31 
29 
43 
47 
37 



28 
266 
59 
23 
112 



322 
35 
22 
29 

109 
39 
19 
12 

25 
59 
14 
55 
13 
58 
21 
50 

54 
61 
135 
23 
51 
50 
35 
43 

98 
28 
48 
115 
28 
12 

29 
90 

21 
65 
30 
28 
25 
43 
68 



576 
7,064 

5,157 

513 

2,160 

13,695 

37,315 
11,972 

17,327 
10,171 
(D) 
2,419 
7,400 
3,362 
(D) 
7,086 

U,143 
171,448 

10,138 
1,559 

12,432 
8,349 
7,851 
4,926 

48,046 

13,543 

18,768 

449 

2,433 
16,972 
12,639 

1,780 

2,128 
(D) 
3,652 
4,967 
2,540 
6,577 
6,149 
12,562 

1,447 
2,513 
35,134 
8,699 
1,695 
(D) 

10,519 
15,059 

46, 5U 

10,456 

2,510 

2,981 

13,287 

6,537 

(D) 

859 

1,940 
7,703 
(D) 
4,334 
1,567 
6,284 
2,868 
5,448 

7,241 
6,184 
18,842 
4,266 
4,319 
2,545 
4,804 
5,616 

15,399 
1,869 
4,420 

28,814 
5,334 
1,378 

3,098 
8,343 

2,544 
3,473 
2,462 
2,420 
3,129 
4,106 
e,853 



30 
12 
11 
10 
47 
96 
75 



67 
905 
34 
11 
80 
43 
24 
29 

276 

54 

202 



73 
71 
13 



26 

16 

188 

29 

17 



85 
S3 

264 
62 
8 
27 
65 
27 
10 
11 

17 
32 
13 
24 
15 
40 
21 
40 

31 
26 
59 
16 
49 
11 
23 



56 
36 
21 
92 
18 
18 



24 
31 
23 
19 
28 
31 
39 



593 
3,978 
3,859 
1,238 
899 
10,428 
9,963 
10,350 

9,577 
3,642 
3,619 
(D) 
5,647 
1,139 
1,321 
6,536 

8,299 
84,097 
6,502 
1,340 
11,046 
6,224 
3,151 
3,468 

27,475 

5,391 

14,435 

(D) 

940 

6,382 

9,471 

1,689 

1,063 
1,796 
2,693 
5,042 
2,361 
5,544 
1,919 
5,591 

2,039 
2,640 

20,420 
3,303 
3,4X 

10, 233 

6,939 
9,820 

27,872 
5,939 
2,327 
(D) 
8,129 
3,924 
2,139 
2,031 

1,721 
3,699 
2,057 
2,989 
1,994 
4,129 
2,603 
3,889 

5,252 
2,633 
8,239 
3,082 
4,952 
2,249 
2,112 
2,540 

8,293 
2,895 
2,801 
17,448 
(D) 
1,964 

3,456 
8,195 

4,638 
3,936 
2,081 
(D) 
4,340 
4,112 
7,205 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1-62 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropoli tan a rea 



Gasoline service stations 



Establishments 



{ Number ) 



With 
payroll 



( Number ) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers 



Total 



Establishments 



Total^ 



( Number ) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments Tlth 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Farm equipment dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady- Troy, New York. . 

Albuquerque, New Usxico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarillo, Texas 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids , Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Qiarlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Msline, 

Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Msines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wis.... 

IXirham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie , Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Soith, Arkansas. 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-Hish Point, N. C 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamilton-Mlddletown, Ohio 

Haiigiton-Newport News-Warwick, Va... 

Harriaburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxvllle, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

lAredo, Texas 

lAwrence, Massachusetts 

l£xlngton, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Uttle Hock-North Uttle Rock, 

Arkansas 

Larain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, California. 
Louisville, Kentucky 



411 
540 
261 
520 
172 
165 
U7 

799 
205 
240 
184 
1,026 
175 
108 

259 
244 
536 

1,738 
267 
158 

1,126 

315 
141 
152 
355 
282 
306 
3,870 

718 
1,326 
169 
175 
519 
222 
820 



285 
447 
U2 
744 
309 
3,107 
93 

yu, 

131 
192 
244 
151 
143 
368 

106 
210 
571 
464 
89 
125 
396 

134 
237 
260 
158 
M7 
350 
373 

1,087 
238 
594 
147 
149 
386 
381 

160 
955 
101 
353 
300 
207 



106 
100 
97 
181 

241 

157 

5,893 

547 



313 
356 
205 
318 
94 
123 
lU 

611 
129 
174 
U6 
842 
157 
78 

199 
162 
368 
1,372 
205 
104 
790 

235 
107 
128 
255 
206 
232 
3,032 

594 
954 
123 

137 
411 
190 
632 



193 
373 
112 
572 
225 
2,521 
65 

202 
97 
152 
1A8 
129 
75 
308 

72 
172 
403 
294 

59 
101 
306 

84 

183 
178 
114 
131 
242 
301 

859 
174 
522 
117 
117 
266 
155 

134 
695 

67 
273 
200 
173 

35 

80 
84 
79 
125 

177 

109 

4,489 

411 



31,780 
31, SU 

16,643 
27,407 

7,811 
13,080 

8,747 

54,071 
10,014 
U,445 
11,473 
79,766 
U,292 
7,066 

16,267 
13,383 
28,641 
116,301 
16,200 
9,294 
72,706 

21,070 
8,598 
10,876 
18,281 
20,132 
20,120 
353,389 

59,737 
106,632 
11,651 
11,502 
44,884 
15,908 
59,309 



13,362 

36,053 

8,912 

52,503 

21,446 

260,713 

5,426 

16,937 
7,304 
13,953 
U,068 
13,595 
7,191 
30,245 

5,259 
15,401 
32,481 
25,313 
5,472 
9,415 
26,944 

5,940 
15,193 
13,697 
11,077 
10,646 
22,551 
28,646 

78,247 
13,811 
49,822 
9,309 
10,955 
23,395 
15,200 

10,910 
62,ai5 

5,757 
26,338 
15,760 
16,840 

3,061 

5,983 
7,693 
6,974 
10,366 

13,829 

11,145 

486,824 

42,350 



28,922 
26,383 

15,545 
22, 185 

5,373 
12,188 

7,903 

50,357 
8,506 
13,085 
10,777 
74,608 
13,848 
6,134 

15,185 
10,945 
25,397 
104,821 
14,422 
7,664 
63,138 

13,828 
7,392 
9,668 
16,261 
17,904 
18,478 
323,363 

56,005 
95,018 
10,619 
10, 516 
41,636 
15,114 
54,391 



16,240 
34,359 

8,314 

47,995 

19,838 

244,040 

4,682 

13,641 
6,528 
12,917 
11,404 
12,941 
5,431 
28,809 

4,757 
14,081 
28,697 
20,927 
4,264 
8,925 
24,206 

5,030 
12,911 
11,737 
10,203 
10,220 
19,621 
26,170> 

73,871 
12,569 
48,112 
8,527 
9,663 
20,435 
10,234 

10,262 
55,847 

5,203 
23,864 
U,680 
16,008 

2,579 

5,485 
7,283 
6,600 
9,096 

12, 577 

9,797 

445,256 

39,106 



227 
279 
66 
208 

70 
97 
41 

256 
84 
50 
71 

508 
78 
74 

104 
102 
192 
952 
113 
95 
529 

191 
101 



118 
2,484 

392 
767 
55 
33 
260 
104 
327 



116 
209 

74 

319 

150 

.,507 

46 

155 
29 
87 

1A8 
74 
74 

199 

38 
111 
179 
204 
38 
67 
217 

81 
72 
80 
33 
45 
120 
160 

466 
110 
258 
100 
44 
132 
165 

82 
469 

65 
Ul 
Ul 
117 

23 

40 
60 



128 

2,160 

275 



177 
195 
58 
178 
52 
69 
35 



46 
61 
316 
58 
56 

94 
76 
152 
712 
91 
69 
427 

165 
79 
45 

100 

57 

84 

1,650 

326 

543 
43 
27 

226 
88 

251 



98 
183 

58 

231 

122 

1,123 

42 

119 
25 
73 

104 
56 
52 

153 

34 
97 
145 
156 
34 
55 
175 



64 

57 

37 

104 

128 

366 
78 

194 
78 
42 

110 

113 

70 
337 

43 
105 
115 

99 

21 

32 
52 

64 
67 



92 

1,570 

201 



42,187 
31,917 
13,976 
32,241 

6,695 
13,259 

8,291 

57,297 
10,172 

8,720 
16,152 
72,744 
16,939 

9,159 

18,213 
12,995 
21,652 
133,390 
20,515 
10, 7U 
95,492 

24,744 
15,465 
13,596 
15,089 
15,684 
18,316 
376,757 

67,291 
113,156 
3,630 
4,953 
49,010 
23,277 
66,951 



21,385 
35,966 

8,592 

52,816 

20,490 

245,985 

8,586 

15,900 
7,977 

15,835 

19,629 
7,541 
3,678 

33,001 

7,617 
U,871 
35,193 
35,373 
5,279 
9,871 
33,661 

9,692 
14,341 
12,635 
22,278 

7,638 
22,161 
28,505 

83,160 
15,220 
46,716 
10,343 
9,189 
22,982 
M,320 

17,174 
93,852 

3,252 
21,309 
20,535 
21,878 

3,082 

8,198 
10,771 

9,967 
U,080 

U,283 

15,332 

396,422 

44,808 



41,045 
29,877 
13,748 
31,741 

6,407 
12,263 

8,153 

55,559 
9,803 
8,634 
15,882 
68,832 
16,493 
8,817 

13,105 
12,537 
20,878 
134,354 
19,951 
10,286 
93,662 

24,360 
15,037 
13,538 
U,803 
15,354 
17,352 
355,313 

65,817 
108, 830 
3,536 
4,319 
47,726 
22,923 
64,967 



20,913 
35,424 
8,200 
51,604 
19,906 
237,817 
8,513 

15,020 
7,929 

15,657 

13,853 
7,315 
8,350 

36,733 

7,247 
14,625 
34,663 
34,301 
5,217 
9,771 
32,631 

9,160 
13,533 
12,069 
21,590 

7,562 
21,689 
27,719 

30,860 
U,452 
45,644 
10,465 
(D) 
22,452 
13,854 

16,946 
90,942 
7,958 
20,659 
20,245 
21,480 
(D) 

7,376 
10,495 

9,665 
13,682 

12,847 

14,386 

380,950 

43.070 



1,320 
2,583 

(D) 
4,463 
1,207 
2,154 

(D) 

1,996 
775 

1,078 
371 
(D) 

1,001 

1,637 

2,112 

1,703 

744 

11,760 

(D) 

(D) 

7,441 

2,751 

4,592 

(D) 

(D) 

2,754 

(D) 

15,601 

2,321 
2,136 
802 
(D) 
1,654 
3,514 
2,530 



4,456 
3,077 
1,732 
3,111 
1,981 
6,787 
3,331 

1,027 
1,910 
2,328 
1,101 
1,232 
546 
2,021 

2,014 

2,176 

(D) 

12,650 

786 

(D) 

4,075 

1,705 
1,994 

658 
1,581 

274 
2,829 
1,077 

3,236 
1,233 
2,754 
2,531 
553 
1,175 
2,478 

1,850 
4,567 
1,004 
2,865 
5,425 
3,732 
860 

(D) 
1,121 
3,465 
2,552 

820 
1,739 
9,894 
3,089 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-63 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



'tandard met^-'M^oMtan area 



Lowell, Massachusetts 

Lubbock, Texas 

Macon, Georgia 

Madison, Wisconsin 

Manchester, New Hampshire 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami, Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Minneapolls-St. Paul, Minnesota... 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery, Alabama 

Muncie, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut.. 
New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey.. 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida , 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Plttsf ield, Massachusetts 

Portland, Maine 

Portland , Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, 

California 

San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, California.. 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana , 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend, Indiana 

Spokane, Washington , 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield, Missouri , 

Springfield, Ohio 

Sprlngf ield-Holyoke, Massachusetts . 

Stamford-Norwali, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Tacoma, Washington 

Tanpa-St . Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Utica-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D.C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, leva 

Wheeling, West Vlrginla- 

Stcubenville, Ohio 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas , 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pa 

WiljDlngton, Delaware 

Wlnston-Salein, North Carolina 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Youngstown, Ohio , 



Gasoline service stations 



Establishments 



(Number) 



124 
15"1 
168 
222 
lli 
450 
712 
949 

1,329 
231 
122 
114 
339 
171 
161 
296 

506 
7,907 
387 
102 
483 
429 
237 
332 

2,797 
540 
1,952 
72 
126 
1,015 
849 
97 

142 
20O 
281 
393 
155 
490 
172 
389 

154 
127 
1,757 
380 
101 
554 

953 

749 

2,173 
460 
191 
254 
906 
245 
142 
107 

253 

326 
179 
201 
124 
377 
231 
283 

378 
323 
665 
136 
418 
163 
268 
227 

367 

380 

187 

1,025 

137 
133 

385 
355 

163 
410 
311 
160 
300 
255 
605 



#ith 
payroll 



( Number ) 



72 
112 
140 
172 

82 
390 
554 
685 

969 
167 

104 



115 
222 

422 
5,861 
319 
72 
325 
293 
173 
240 

2,025 
382 
1,292 
54 
100 
693 
521 
71 

92 
124 
183 
341 
LJ9 
340 
126 
287 

124 

79 

1,303 

294 

71 

436 

651 
597 

1,685 
340 
135 
138 
658 
185 
90 
83 

205 
228 
133 
113 
94 
259 
181 
179 

246 

211 
431 
98 
352 
127 
178 
177 

259 
216 
137 
923 
101 
95 

247 
287 

119 

208 
231 
102 
212 
183 
331 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

C$1,000) 



6,615 
10,658 
10,542 
13,344 

6,845 
33,519 
50, 959 
83, 119 

84,669 

13,757 
9,684 
6,503 

26,656 
7,103 
9,585 

13,452 

44,644 
562,425 
27,691 
6,638 
28,488 
28,287 
15,354 
18,5% 

190,410 

38,469 

120,131 

4,244 

7,674 

53,564 

42,351 

5,556 

8,594 
10,799 
13,637 
26,019 

9,922 
29,906 
12,217 
29,706 

11,970 

5,582 

L27,037 

26,470 
5,248 

35,441 

65,741 
56,730 

178, 170 
34,723 
11, 532 
10,322 
62,671 
15,678 
8,404 
5,659 

16,334 
18,478 
12,629 
8,559 
9,229 
22,187 
15,325 
17,537 

22,581 
19,588 
35,791 
7,097 
33,691 
10,033 
18,749 
16,123 

22,791 
19,314 
9,637 
116,354 
7,579 
7,448 

20,305 
23,781 

9,194 
15,748 
22,291 

9,754 
17,754 
13,956 
36,605 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



5,149 

9,686 

9,916 

11,610 

5,965 

31,933 

45,945 

75,901 

75,727 

12,411 
9,384 
5,909 

25,250 
5,027 
8,447 

16,764 

42, 322 
500,849 
26,273 
6,076 
24,862 
25,171 
14,080 
16,656 

167,734 

35,511 

102, 117 

3,902 

7,064 

45,504 

33,399 

5,134 

7,508 
8,933 
11,515 
24,771 
9,172 
25,456 
10,641 
26,540 

10,890 

4,772 

116,101 

24,478 
4,700 

33,759 

58,249 
52,034 

165,178 
31,939 
10,146 
7,772 
55,677 
14, 384 
7,192 
5,043 

15,424 
16,236 
11,261 
6,587 
8,641 
19,271 
14,049 
14,857 

18,927 
16,718 
29, 953 

6,493 
31,591 

9,173 
15,983 
15,057 

20,509 
14,976 
8,617 
113,782 
6,579 
6,634 

17,377 
22,419 

8,134 
11,242 
20,361 

8,322 
15, 542 
11,922 
30,365 



Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers 



Total 



Establishments 



Ttotal^ 



( Number ) 



50 
100 

51 
155 

36 
190 
331 
360 

635 
73 
32 
68 

122 
63 
54 

119 

266 
5,332 
130 
63 
163 
225 
100 
180 

1,616 

200 

953 

32 

41 
483 
369 

37 



45 
125 
104 

42 
252 
105 
200 

119 

57 

816 

154 



362 
268 

949 
188 
35 

109 
441 

73 
107 

85 

122 

136 

96 

82 

72 

246 

118 

141 

179 
163 
297 

52 
203 

61 
116 
106 

156 
171 

84 
431 

81 



221 
171 

57 
167 
152 

55 
115 
101 
316 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



32 

86 

41 

119 

22 

150 

239 

244 



30 
60 
98 
47 
44 
103 

174 
3,616 
112 
53 
141 
179 
70 
154 

1,058 

144 

707 

24 

31 

325 

223 

31 

66 
41 
89 
90 
36 

164 
91 

140 

99 
45 
604 
124 
41 
184 

282 
206 

643 
138 
27 
83 
293 



102 
98 
80 
64 
66 

182 
98 

113 

137 
113 
207 

46 
151 

45 



122 

131 
68 

367 
59 
70 



155 
135 



123 

114 
39 
93 
83 

250 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 



5,809 
22,909 
10, 588 
27,192 

5,224 
30,463 
68,880 
59,492 

104,899 

12,984 

7,979 

9,777 

22, 608 

5,232 

8,891 

20,325 

39,130 
693,106 
(D) 
10,973 
30, 920 
41,597 
18,376 
22,603 

2L2,083 

44,799 

126,046 

4,517 

6,101 

54,778 

45,572 

(D) 

13,545 
9,333 
17,442 
19,262 
7,125 
37,903 
21,549 
36,325 

17,298 

6,298 

122,569 

22,857 

6,289 

31,809 

53,325 

48,380 

128,542 
34,950 
6,796 
8,875 
51,473 
18,082 
15,090 
11,902 

19,097 
18,497 
17, 034 
10,300 
10,493 
41, 892 
28,880 
25,918 

27,559 
16,598 
49, 570 
6,864 
27,495 
11,436 
20,544 
19, 151 

32,366 
23, 626 
12,065 
94,517 
13,885 
13,217 

26,863 
34,347 

6,832 
15,507 
22,001 

9,297 
23,437 
18,772 
47,059 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



5,585 
22,611 
10,302 
26, 376 

5,022 
29,515 
67,220 
57,612 

101,263 
2,546 
tD) 
9,729 
21, 670 
4,948 
8,775 
20, 025 

37, 160 
657,452 
19,387 
(D) 
30, 546 
40,135 
17,682 
22,317 

201,173 
43,811 
121,206 
4,367 
5,427 
52,072 
43,078 
6,863 

13,007 
9,275 
16,838 
18,922 
7,045 
36,451 
20,787 
34,825 

16,868 

6,074 

118,491 

22,275 
6,169 

30,803 

51,073 
46, 916 

119,112 
33,642 
6,604 
8,587 
48,583 
18,020 
14,872 
11,708 

18,743 
17,765 
16, 596 
9,940 
10,425 
(D) 
28,450 
25,082 

26,287 
15,288 
48,118 
6,754 
25,937 
11, 182 
20, 172 
18,643 

31,700 
22,812 
11,571 
93, 019 
13,447 
12,627 

25,597 
33,817 

6,664 
14,857 
21,165 

8,967 
23,131 
18,526 
45,473 



Farm equipment dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



($1,000) 



(D) 
4,158 
2,796 
6,618 

(D) 
2,493 
4,391 
1,578 

5,344 
(D) 
1,360 
2,165 
722 
195 
489 
257 

1,312 
12,303 
2,630 
1,740 
826 
6,274 
683 
4,563 

15,486 

7,997 

5,638 

(D) 

(D) 

6,471 

(D) 

(D) 

3,156 
2,309 
3,543 
3,902 
1,813 
4,067 
2,775 
3,909 

4,231 
1,740 
11,393 
1,444 
737 
1,977 

8,325 
5,354 

4,035 
3,071 
179 
497 
2,762 
2,578 
4,127 
3,234 

2,496 
5,914 
4,103 
1,762 
2,207 
1,598 
1L2 
10, 372 

2,892 
1,375 
1,767 
1,233 
1,331 
1,651 
369 
554 

1,792 
2,690 
1,704 
3,301 
(D) 
2,755 

1,760 
2,963 

518 
1,478 
2,751 
1,548 

(D) 
5,913 
4,941 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1-64 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Contmued 

Establishments. Sales, and Annual PavR)ll 



standard metropolitan area 



Lamber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers — Continued 



Lumber, building 
materials dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



Plumbing, peint, 
electrical stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Hardware stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Drug stores, proprietary stores 



Establishntents 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



( Number ) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York.. 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Ajnarillo, Texas 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

BaltiBore, Maryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Bingharaton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga , Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Bock Island-Moline, 

Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

[)es Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wis.... 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Creensboro-Hlgh Point, N.C 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Ham ilton^iddle town, Ohio 

Hampton- Newport News-Warwick, Va.. 

Harrlsburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas , 

Huntington, W.Va. -Ashland, Ky , 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan , 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonvil le, Florida , 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania , 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Laredo, Texaa 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, 

Arkanaaa 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Colifon.ia 
Louisville, Kentucky 



7S 


28,359 


101 


16,544 


33 


8,496 


62 


17,622 


18 


2,345 


42 


9,218 


16 


5,492 


87 


41,876 


24 


4,899 


15 


3,949 


35 


12,299 


119 


49,696 


3? 


11,053 


17 


4,845 


61 


13,239 


30 


6,596 


44 


10,252 


252 


72,923 


29 


13,526 


32 


6,273 


171 


61,763 


56 


13,320 


31 


8,922 


20 


10,022 


39 


8,337 


23 


7,581 


32 


10,274 


587 


225,162 


107 


42,367 


186 


72,321 


14 


4,061 


5 


2,886 


95 


29, 101 


55 


16,401 


150 


51,889 


35 


12,305 


61 


20,422 


25 


3,622 


100 


38,896 


44 


11,668 


445 


159,682 


14 


3,429 


43 


7,058 


9 


(D) 


41 


10,640 


38 


12,056 


26 


3,916 


20 


5,083 


58 


26,198 


16 


3,580 


35 


9,447 


96 


28,173 


66 


15,501 


11 


2,151 


30 


7,791 


69 


19,025 


25 


4,528 


28 


6,661 


42 


9,696 


30 


16,078 


14 


5,404 


35 


11,225 


50 


18,068 


235 


60,714 


33 


7,394 


74 


34,147 


25 


4,308 


15 


6,586 


45 


14,661 


43 


5,403 


31 


9,939 


131 


58,399 


16 


3,870 


36 


9,796 


35 


8,197 


32 


11,939 


9 


1,503 


12 


3,641 


31 


7,423 


28 


3,909 


Z'l 


6,723 


44 


8,882 


42 


8,624 


713 


271,980 


89 


28,830 



223 

33 
23 
101 



13 
27 
8 
20 
680 

124 
191 
22 
6 
48 
13 
94 



22 

15 
7 
25 
10 
26 
34 

92 
19 
55 
22 

10 
27 
41 

16 
132 
21 
18 
26 
28 
6 

10 
14 
19 
14 



27 

712 

39 



4,449 
5,204 
(D) 
4,236 
557 
878 
(D) 

5,297 

2,191 

832 

(D) 

(D) 

2,890 

1,233 

(D) 
2,342 
2,602 

17,598 

(D) 

(D) 

7,867 

3,820 
774 

(D) 

(D) 

1,086 

(D) 

51,217 

11,098 
12,614 
1,779 
(D) 
7,458 
1,013 
8,011 



2,303 
5,977 

550 

3,737 

3,829 

30,915 

610 

1,883 
(D) 
800 

3,588 
802 
532 

4,214 

(D) 
1,199 

(D) 
2,287 

826 

(D) 
3,527 

1,682 
1,079 

634 
1,694 

542 
2,963 
4,283 

9,724 
1,562 
4,240 
1,592 
515 
2,125 
1,959 

919 
19,855 

567 
3,114 
1,866 
2,478 

(D) 

(D) 
1,262 

939 
2,190 

2,398 

1,395 

49,025 

3,020 



81 
75 
16 
58 
29 
19 
10 

104 
31 
23 
14 

293 
24 
20 

20 
21 
111 
449 
49 
35 
210 

53 
30 
12 
55 
30 
63 
1,113 

146 
368 
15 
20 
102 
23 
70 



32 
79 
22 

134 
45 

684 
9 

62 
9 
24 
51 
29 
36 



3 
37 
37 
64 
16 
13 
78 

22 
21 
24 
20 
18 
34 
68 

126 
47 

112 
28 
15 
56 
56 

20 
166 
18 
60 
36 
40 
3 

17 
10 
25 
25 



678 
124 



7,731 
7,586 
3,296 
5,920 
2,520 
1,009 
930 

8,128 
2,307 
2,861 
(D) 
14, 372 
1,995 
1,444 

(D) 
1,854 
8,054 

36,597 
3,546 
2,738 

18,413 

4,853 
1,177 
1,000 
4,136 
4,263 
5,771 
84,757 

11,005 
26,079 
2,038 
1,105 
10,797 
2,349 
4,521 



2,321 
6,490 
2,688 

7,072 

3,012 

48,509 

1,216 

5,932 
1,513 
1,567 
2,884 
1,591 
2,517 
5,552 

(D) 
2,049 
2,080 
4,935 
1,516 

678 
6,868 

1,777 
4,607 
1,647 
2,925 
1,418 
5,144 
5,077 

9,486 
5,031 
5,547 
2,294 
1,535 
4,964 
4,980 

4,456 
10,991 
2,811 
5,534 
4,047 
3,729 
(D) 

3,872 

965 

1,654 

2,615 

1,171 

3,574 

65,439 

9,861 



164 
184 
60 
139 
39 
60 



285 
75 



65 

530 



44 
212 
1,118 
126 
47 
363 

85 
36 

67 
81 
65 
92 
2,060 

421 

586 
54 
62 

207 
68 

229 



73 
154 

24 

286 

118 

1,150 

26 

65 



69 
143 
92 
28 
62 
140 

40 
60 
62 
37 
48 
135 
176 



293 
39 
68 

170 
66 

51 
428 
26 
93 
61 
75 
13 

52 
32 
28 
45 



43 

1,415 

241 



146 
166 
58 
119 
35 
50 
37 

265 
67 
42 
59 

502 
70 
31 

70 
40 

180 
1,068 

112 
47 

345 

79 
30 
61 
75 
63 
86 
1,862 

393 

536 
46 
54 

199 
58 

201 



71 
146 

22 
274 

98 

1,060 

20 

65 
24 
54 
54 
53 
45 
110 

25 
65 

125 
76 
26 
50 

134 

32 
50 
58 
37 
46 
101 
166 

295 

67 
279 

33 

54 
124 

54 

49 
374 
26 
81 
55 
73 



52 
32 

28 
41 

72 

43 

1,255 

231 



16,283 
15,849 
7,427 
11,989 
2,850 
5,954 
3,356 

32,293 
7,211 
5,847 
6,013 

64,585 
7,520 
3,758 

7,990 
6,342 
15,204 
93,625 
12,267 
5,403 
39,644 

8,862 
5,217 
5,575 
8,246 
14, 895 
7,544 
242,839 

37,419 

72,242 
4,597 
4,825 

24,946 
6,706 

33,571 



9,571 
20, 202 

2,828 

43,262 

10,893 

173,970 

3,021 

7,981 
2,773 
7,498 
6,241 
7,153 
4,434 
16,228 

2,470 
7,244 
21,549 
12,482 
2,178 
5,085 
18,678 

3,024 
6,011 
5,237 
4,543 
4,994 
10,719 
21,450 

38,218 
6,339 

31!, 410 
4,729 
5,155 

15,180 
4,276 

6,963 
62,099 
2,744 
10,649 
5,324 
8,341 
1,437 

3,931 
4,689 
2,702 
5,585 

7,348 

4,819 

233,367 

29, 196 



15,855 
15,457 
(D) 
11,495 
2,740 
5,728 
(D) 

31,517 
7,071 
5,413 
5,819 

63,979 
7,396 
3,632 

7,918 
6,216 
14,602 
92,487 
11,883 
5,403 
39,236 

8,624 
5,151 
5,291 
8,170 
(D) 
7,366 
237,661 

36,763 

70,748 
4,437 
4,667 

24,834 
6,538 

32,709 



(D) 
19,980 
(D) 
42,806 
10,425 
171,704 
2,821 

7,981 
(D) 
7,420 
6,013 
7,121 
4,434 
16,022 

(D) 
7,194 
21,223 
11,984 
(D) 
4,719 
18,524 

2,824 
5,739 
5,139 
4,543 
(D) 
9,849 
21,170 

37,384 
6,249 

38,L28 
4,571 
4,901 

14,214 
4,080 

(D) 
60,523 
2,7« 
10,427 
5,252 
(D) 
1,375 

3,931 
4,689 
2,702 
5,543 

6,994 

4,819 

228,617 

28,972 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-65 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 19^4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continut-d 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Lmnber, building materinls, hardware, farm equipment dealers — Continued 



Lumber, building 
materials dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Plumbing, paint, 
electrical stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Hardware stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Drug stores, proprietary stores 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Total, nil 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Lowell, Massachusetts 

Lubbock, Texas 

Macon, Georgia 

Madison, Wisconsin 

Manchester, New Hampshire. 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami, Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota.. 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery, Alabama 

luncie, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut. 
New Haven, Connecticut 



New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-NorTneastern Mew .Tersev.. 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

C]Diaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania... 
Pittsfield, Massachusetts.. 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island . . . 
Pueblo, Colorado 



Racine^ Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina. 
Reading, Pennsylvania... 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

RockfOTd, Illinois 

Sacramento, California.. 



Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, 

California 

San Diego, California 



San Francisco-Oakland, California. 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, (}eorgia 

Seranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls , South Dakota 



South Bend, Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield, Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts. 

Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 



Syracuse, New York 

Taccma, Washington 

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida. 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 



Tulsa, Oklahooa 

Utica-Rome, New York.... 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D.C 

W8t«rbury, Connecticut.. 

Waterloo, Iowa ,.. 

Wheeling, West Virginia- 

Steubenville, Ohio 

Wichita, Kansas 



Pennsylvania. . 



Wichita Falls, Texas.. 
Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, 
WiljDington, Delaware.. 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Youngstown, (Blio 



152 
31 

2« 
36 
13 
19 
39 

72 
l,i27 
37 
23 
73 
58 
36 
54 

«1 
87 

279 
10 
12 

189 

103 
14 

25 

15 
il 
23 
13 
55 
35 
71 

29 
15 

225 
71 
21 

120 

lie 

91 

265 
68 
16 
34 

148 
34 
35 
28 

38 
47 
28 
24 
22 
81 
42 
45 



84 
14 
63 
14 

38 
51 

71 
42 
43 
118 
18 
26 

63 
55 

33 
59 
48 



3,316 
14,663 

5,794 
13,135 

1,902 
18,967 
49,445 
37,057 

59,838 
8,320 
5,372 
5,719 

12,696 
2,892 
4,971 

15,388 

27,806 

393,667 

(D) 

5,391 

24, 189 

20, 117 

13,175 

10,184 

123,077 
31,358 
77,670 
1,300 
3,631 
29,006 
23,749 
4,494 

6,036 
3,988 
10,015 
9,135 
3,422 
20,733 
13,418 
22,569 

8,152 
2,428 
68,805 
15,688 
4,284 
22,248 

30,595 
31,797 

75, 902 
21,412 
4,639 
3,705 
28,198 
10,675 
7,872 
6,160 

12,103 
7,135 
9,295 
6,422 
5,557 
23,114 
21,947 
8,592 

17,071 
7,824 

34,048 
3,491 

15, 574 
7,193 

14,157 

13,700 

25,306 
10,746 
7,944 
58,772 
8,173 
7,016 

14,492 
23,071 

5,050 

7,903 
12,933 
5,372 

14,001 

8,761 

29,350 



132 
9 
7 
13 
23 
22 
16 
30 

27 
1,350 
14 
21 
45 



44 



25 

13 

179 



92 
59 

263 

40 

6 

43 

122 
12 



(D) 
2,386 

866 
1,760 

(D) 
2,538 
6,646 
8,419 

15,260 
(D) 
688 
1,105 
1,338 
1,280 
1,573 
1,734 

2,547 
107,406 
1,388 
1,386 
4,094 
6,262 
2,396 
3,575 

27,533 

2,518 

13,550 

(D) 

(D) 

9,186 

(D) 

(D) 

1,207 
(D) 

1,705 

1,284 
184 

6,413 
962 

3,342 

1,456 
1,202 
15,036 
3,381 
833 
5,135 

5,514 
4,952 

15,126 
3,099 
3,148 
3,416 
6,960 
1,302 
1,583 
607 

2,953 
1,902 
1,682 
823 
1,023 
4,032 
2,237 
1,787 

2,156 
2,330 
5,751 
1,214 
3,619 
1,574 
2,746 
1,460 

3,200 
3,813 
1,259 
10,664 
(D) 
1,328 

2,716 
4,857 

450 
2,504 
3,098 
1,608 

(D) 
1,728 
3,556 



22 

13 
15 
44 
13 
97 
133 
172 

304 
31 
6 
13 
56 
23 
15 
47 

162 
2,461 
70 
11 
35 
81 
32 
66 

711 
42 

355 
13 

15 
170 
157 



27 
12 
38 
60 
19 
121 
37 



43 

17 

338 

25 

10 
61 

86 
96 

399 

67 

9 

25 

153 
18 
29 
27 

30 
44 
29 
19 
19 
82 
46 



65 
68 
133 
12 
96 
20 
45 
29 

42 
53 
17 
221 
40 
25 

85 

48 

9 
58 
56 
16 
36 



1,870 
1,702 
1,132 
5,671 
2,662 
6,393 
8,398 
12,438 

24,363 

2,877 

559 

788 

7,242 

825 

1,858 

2,946 

7,465 
179, 130 
5,806 
2,456 
1,811 
8,943 
2,122 
4,281 

45,645 
2,926 

29,140 

1,715 

1,367 

10,075 

16,421 

(D) 

3,068 
1,908 
2,173 
4,941 
1,706 
6,660 
4,394 
6,505 

3,459 

908 

27,335 

2,344 
435 

2,441 

8,791 
6,277 

33,479 
7,360 
1,170 
1,257 

13,553 
3,027 
1,508 
1,901 

1,545 
3,546 
1,954 
1,151 
1,706 
13,100 
4,584 
5,155 

5,440 
5,069 
8,004 
926 
6,963 
1,018 
2,772 
3,419 

2,068 
6,295 
1,158 
21,780 
2,455 
2,118 

7,895 
3,456 

814 
3,622 
3,219 

769 
5,438 
2,370 
9,048 



46 

76 

27 

265 

371 
354 

377 
92 
50 
26 

138 
74 
62 

144 

305 
5,356 

131 
17 

170 

166 
73 
81 

1,852 
159 
823 
20 
56 
241 
332 
30 

44 
44 
73 

107 
43 

143 
50 

103 



57 

678 

83 

27 
163 

136 

177 

775 
118 
63 
114 
260 
76 
48 
28 



48 
38 
42 
183 
87 
67 

104 
76 

246 
40 

146 
45 
85 
78 

125 
89 
67 

485 
76 



105 
137 

45 
125 
120 

35 



27 
197 
275 
320 

359 
82 
46 
24 

130 
68 
56 

132 

271 
4,480 

129 
17 

152 

152 
57 
73 

1,470 

147 

767 

20 

50 

215 

302 

24 

40 

40 
63 

107 
41 

137 
48 
85 



49 
626 
83 
25 
141 

L28 
161 

703 
100 
55 



30 
42 
181 
81 
55 



188 
40 

134 
43 



115 
81 
63 

457 



39 
107 
100 
31 
91 
50 
160 



3,858 

4,538 

5,199 

9,501 

(D) 

17,142 

35,647 

34,248 

51,619 

10,871 
4,352 
3,364 

10,160 
5,112 
5,259 

12,637 

(D) 
403, L23 
16,464 
3,291 
17,268 
16,661 
6,347 
8,723 

125,381 
13,513 
70, 606 
2,404 
(D) 
22,682 
29, 363 
2,840 

4,574 
3,985 
5,764 
(D) 
5,332 

18,303 
6,265 

13,992 

6,776 
4,976 
70,409 
13,879 
2,376 
15,878 

18,965 
25,197 

94,680 
15,211 
4,906 
5,517 
31,320 
8,145 
4,846 
3,265 

7,971 
9,567 
6,537 
4,874 
4,286 
17,074 
8,508 
7,852 

12,087 
9,321 

^1,937 
4,136 

18,567 
4,991 
7,416 
7,289 

12,906 
7,837 
5,747 

93, 594 
5,450 
3,711 

8,190 
14,023 

4,678 
6,621 

11,611 
4,037 
9,457 
4,148 

15,769 



3,802 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

16,004 

34,003 

33,404 

51,291 

10, 623 

4,332 

(D) 

10,092 
4,926 
5,111 

12,379 

(D) 
382,037 
(D) 
3,291 
16,936 
16,283 
6,127 
3,627 

116,857 

18,263 

69, 503 

2,404 

6,787 

21,918 

28,633 

2,736 

4,506 

3,909 

5,588 

(D) 

(D) 

18,717 

(D) 

13,540 

(D) 
4,856 
69,251 
13,879 
(D) 
15,600 

18,417 
24,909 

92,704 
14,877 
4,673 
5,003 
31,004 
7,961 
4,604 
(D) 

(D) 
9,121 
6,445 
4,780 
4,286 

(D) 
8,328 
7,644 

11,881 
9,321 

20,885 
4,136 

18,289 

(D) 

7,166 

7,175 

12,640 

7,483 

5,699 

92,212 

(D) 

(D) 

8,000 
13,959 

4,634 
6,245 

11,161 
3,913 
9,237 
4,076 

15,511 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1-66 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments. Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Other retail stores 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Liquor stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Fuel, ice dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Feed, farm, garden 
supply stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Jewelry stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York.. 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Eaaton, Pa 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarillo, Texas 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Au^sta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore . Maryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbua, Ohio 

Corpus Chrlstl, Texas 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island- 

Moline, Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Dea Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wis.,.. 

DurtiajD, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-High Point, N.C 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Kamilton-Mlddletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va... 

Harriaburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kanaas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Loredo, Texaa 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky , 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, 

Arkansas 

Loraln-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, California 
LoulBVille, Kentucky 



505 
1,056 
289 
741 
174 
221 
177 

917 
478 
253 
245 
1,676 
164 
102 

297 
295 
562 

4,177 
496 
279 

1,556 

386 
144 
251 
254 
242 
314 
8,270 

1,115 
1,706 
237 
211 
694 
267 
1,156 



325 
536 
147 
970 
307 
3,200 
115 

387 
120 
261 
319 
175 
272 
318 

133 
262 
656 
527 
97 
220 
388 

180 
258 
265 
197 
156 
475 
666 

1,374 
226 
729 
163 
142 
5U 
271 

178 
1,161 
120 
361 
375 
196 
47 

247 
193 
152 
156 



313 

184 

8,931 

763 



285 
576 
181 
417 
110 
117 
121 

635 
300 
171 
153 
968 
120 
66 

177 
177 
356 
2,657 
284 
167 
974 

238 
98 
147 
168 
164 
224 
4,736 

725 
990 
139 
149 
422 
173 
712 



233 
352 

85 

556 

193 

2,000 

83 

229 
72 
157 
187 
129 
14A 
196 

83 
168 
356 
269 

53 
142 
234 

94 
170 
135 
139 
102 
273 
428 

786 
142 
517 
107 
102 
347 
161 

120 
647 

80 
219 
217 
136 

29 

141 
155 
102 

128 

195 

110 

5,103 

551 



26,742 

64,670 
16,620 
47,831 
8,519 
17,598 
17,570 

81, llO 
31,230 
14,236 
16,242 
123,673 
12,117 
4,814 

19,351 
22,211 
45,655 
339,746 
30,267 
21,945 
92,186 

24,823 
16,385 
11,506 
18,988 
34,056 
27,581 
642,324 

83,909 
137,009 
14,304 
13,640 
51,521 
17,509 
81,346 



26,598 
43,930 
10,891 
59,918 
25,144 
237,133 
10,539 

23,112 
8,989 
15,724 
19,157 
12,110 
17,352 
19,202 

6,279 
19,401 
38,025 
39,846 

3,783 
11,538 
27,477 

14,466 
22,458 
12,625 
14,328 
14,899 
32,938 
63,157 

98,928 
15,128 
58,580 
9,769 
9,537 
41,060 
17,418 

13,110 
(D) 

7,743 
26,275 
41,957 
19,466 

2,696 

15,188 

14,751 

(D) 

12,784 

17,214 

10,706 

559,525 

55,773 



23, 582 
55,246 
(D) 
42,555 
7,845 
15,863 
16,750 

76,834 
27,894 
12,668 
15,208 
110,651 
11,387 
4,280 

(D) 
20,019 
43,175 
313,566 
25,153 
20,235 
81,122 

22,491 
15,693 
9,110 
17,932 
32,856 
25,929 
576,646 

78,377 
124,155 
11,630 
12,386 
47,535 
16,091 
74,090 



25,448 
41,180 
(D) 
53,158 
23,704 
216,051 
10,067 

19,828 
(D) 
13,834 
17,545 
(D) 
15,690 
17,372 

5,467 
18,019 
31,219 
34,456 

3,223 

(D) 

24,555 

13,160 
21,022 
9,805 
13,230 
14,157 
30,082 
58,119 

87,892 
14,298 
55,340 
9,089 
(Dl 
38,096 
16,096 

(D) 

(D) 

6,950 

23,789 

39,477 

(D) 

2,472 

13,416 

14,083 

(D) 

12,274 

15,288 

8,954 

476,377 

51,941 



34 
136 
46 
57 
12 
52 
6 

220 
62 
67 
33 

302 
43 



83 
46 
32 
618 
114 
41 
283 

26 
3 
74 
23 
10 
62 
1,518 

148 
204 
84 
75 
106 



26 
66 

13 
142 



43 
24 
158 
85 

66 
17 

20 
7 

67 

16 
7 

19 
177 

359 
23 

116 
12 
3 
90 
43 

16 
168 
7 
22 
16 
9 



13 
33 

107 

15 

2,055 

197 



7,487 
8,717 
3,916 
7,766 
1,992 
5,085 
5,743 

28,444 
4,843 
4,168 
3,266 

30,198 

2,789 

244 

6,492 
2,311 
16,173 
84,074 
7,417 
3,839 
17,745 

4,096 
2,428 
3,334 
8,173 
10,208 
8,012 
187,040 

22,326 

52,775 
3,103 
5,037 

13,104 
4,203 

31,134 



3,625 
12,721 

1,162 
14,490 

5,022 
37,330 

1,613 

6,073 
2,775 
2,736 
4,126 
1,372 
2,518 
2,922 

2,650 

1,836 

13,099 

5,154 

3,956 
2,592 

1,245 
5,045 
3,023 
3,572 
6,260 
5,671 
11,657 

29,658 

5,566 

7,033 

1,185 

226 

12,273 
4,432 

1,420 

11,439 

349 

1,919 

2,920 

1,160 

(D) 

2,422 

5,277 
2,067 
3,266 

6,062 

2,647 

191,577 

15,131 



57 
223 
10 
195 
28 
14 
28 



48 
101 
943 

93 
68 

205 

55 

20 

26 

6 

49 
32 
861 

111 

110 

26 

13 

75 



59 

16 
51 
32 
348 
21 

60 
26 
10 
30 
27 
76 
35 

5 
41 
18 
33 
11 
16 



21 
122 
109 

59 
16 

120 
17 
10 
74 
26 

17 
67 
24 
62 
62 
19 
3 

89 
7 
14 

14 

16 
27 
144 
82 



3,385 

24,035 

509 

16,631 

1,317 

(D) 

3,636 

2,247 
9,473 
1,962 
197 
25,544 
1,039 
1,050 

935 
4,545 
3,906 
112,135 
3,451 
7,949 
16,123 

4,188 
2,829 
2,228 
167 
7,723 
2,501 
137,467 

14,677 

12,932 

3,013 

638 

5,936 

199 

1,577 



4,213 
4,575 
1,771 
3,004 
4,867 
58,055 
2,057 

6,304 
2,191 
1,001 
2,439 
1,486 
6,949 
3,050 

(D) 
4,935 
1,095 
2,528 
671 
677 
5,791 

5,530 
7,176 
2,826 
2,125 
2,810 
6,120 
23,149 

2,163 

389 

17,409 

1,352 

1,512 

6,232 

779 

4,026 
6,162 
1,960 
3,419 
5,U8 
2,646 
(D) 

7,609 

602 

1,249 

1,221 

957 
1,489 
5,916 
6,271 



29 
47 
18 
67 
21 
138 
26 



1,863 
6,320 
2,068 
8,413 
1,787 
2,070 
3,154 

16,178 

4,502 

1,880 

2,614 

10,689 

(D-) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D)- 

3,926 

9,701 

972 

(D) 

12,404 

5,294 

4,597 

776 

(D) 

2,150 

8,215 

30,630 

7,023 
7,077 
(D) 
2,340 
6,480 
4,051 
3,621 



6,772 
7,564 
2,379 
9,438 
2,251 
11,592 
4,584 

(D) 
(D) 
2,262 
5,333 
(D) 
3,684 
2,221 

(D) 
3,724 
3,864 
16,890 
(D) 
(D) 
4,932 



18 


(D) 


15 


(D) 


18 


2,562 


17 


2,293 


9 


(D) 


44 


(D) 


21 


9,230 


69 


12,155 


13 


(D) 


40 


5,271 


9 


(D) 


U 


1,562 


31 


8,195 


31 


(D) 


16 


1,521 


91 


9,220 


9 


(D) 


27 


7,157 


76 


23,769 


16 


(D) 


4 


(D) 


4 


(D) 


17 


2,677 


U 


1,738 


21 


1,607 


U 


(D) 


15 


1,663 


463 


67,541 


40 


7,583 



80 
94 
25 
76 
14 
16 
16 

115 
54 
24 
20 

165 
15 
8 

26 
23 
66 

378 
34 
18 

173 

43 
13 
17 
47 
20 
28 
651 

141 
230 
24 
16 
76 
30 
112 



36 
68 
20 

129 
25 

436 
7 

52 

10 
24 
42 
18 
25 
57 

9 

27 
70 
46 
U 
21 
50 

23 
31 
27 
25 
15 
53 
60 



76 
26 

23 
51 

40 

18 
158 
1-1 
33 
30 
34 
7 

22 

16 
17 

13 

19 
25 
951 
95 



4,532 
5,703 
2,044 
3,727 

756 
2,243 

953 

14,657 
3,305 
2,604 
2,830 

17,836 

2,U4 

836 

2,967 
1,589 
7,620 
36,744 
2,712 
1,436 
9,626 

3,198 
2,935 
1,171 
2,603 
1,975 
2,613 
62,679 

1J,722 
14,183 
1,620 
1,963 
7,510 
3,287 
14,107 



2,308 
4,359 
1,650 
6,956 
2,793 
34,702 
381 

2,406 
1,106 
3,767 
1,542 
1,629 
1,277 
3,717 

727 
1,938 
6,496 
3,320 

761 
1,512 
3,U5 

918 
2,565 

1,386 
1,625 
1,465 
2,766 
4,953 

14,754 
2,475 

10,192 
1,516 
2,062 
4,379 
1,523 

1,194 
13,539 
520 
5,153 
1,963 
3,652 
1,398 

1,014 

1,286 

1,180 

856 

2,141 

1,623 

62,074 

8,480 



See footnote at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-67 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continucd 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Other retail stores 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ment with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Lii^uor stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Fuel, ice dealers 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Feed, farm, garden 
supply stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Jewelry stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Lowell, Massachusetts 

Lubbocit, Texas 

Macon, Georgia 

Madison, Wisconsin 

Manchester, New Hampshire 

Memphis , Tennessee 

Miami, Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Minneapolis-5t. Paul, Minnesota,., 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery , Alabama 

Muncie, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut,, 
New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey.. 

Norfolk -Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Pittsf ield, Massachusetts 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St, Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Atnonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Rlverside- 

Qntario, California 

San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend, Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield, Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, New York 

Tacooa, Washington 

Tampa-St, Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

ntica-Rome, New York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D,C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, West Vlrginla- 
Steubenville, Ohio , 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkea-Barre-Hazleton, Pa 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Winaton-Salem, North Carolina 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

Youngstown, Ohio 



221 

185 
175 
2*7 
190 
597 
1,298 
1,321 

1,459 
206 
140 
115 
430 
269 
318 
602 

748 
23,861 
479 
117 
440 
461 
290 
305 

5,756 
660 

2,209 
132 
159 

1,104 

1,495 
126 

187 
165 
426 
344 
142 
694 
212 
545 

177 
152 
2,224 
340 
127 
751 

889 
1,028 

4,356 
643 
237 
377 

1,154 
307 
155 
123 

279 
345 
176 
157 
130 
702 
564 
374 

559 
357 
931 
145 
516 
218 
411 
262 

406 
560 
152 
1,856 
327 
141 

384 

462 
204 
551 
564 
151 
413 
366 
662 



137 
109 
139 
169 
100 
449 
702 
715 

881 
138 
% 
89 
298 
143 
170 
306 

436 

13,109 

331 

75 

248 
281 
180 
219 

2,936 
350 
1,315 
86 
119 
586 
735 
78 

113 
107 
232 
254 
110 
436 
134 
281 

99 

88 

1,288 

208 

77 

455 

525 
690 

2,298 
367 
155 
187 
698 
199 
103 
95 

199 
205 
132 
95 
92 
422 
358 
220 

307 
207 
507 
107 
314 
144 
243 
150 

208 
338 
100 
1,304 
161 
109 

242 

324 
122 
257 
364 
107 
269 
232 
408 



18,755 
11,991 
11,960 
20,832 
16,616 
50,204 
66,718 
97,986 

110,414 
17,890 
16,403 
8,525 
32,594 
(D) 
21,931 
38,002 

43,354 
1,707,329 
49, 530 
7,536 
28,510 
33,977 
16,042 
23,565 

434,439 

45,234 

145,921 

9,703 

(D) 

91,582 

93,222 

6,451 

13,522 
15,997 
28,377 
(D) 
18,517 
51,007 
14,707 
33,897 

10, 586 

8,682 

148,482 

35,117 

8,335 

48,535 

60,194 
68,241 

245,367 
42,409 
13,362 
19,847 

113,902 

20,157 

11,502 

9,444 

16,484 
-■7,465 
13,404 
9,299 
14,744 
59,906 
41,889 
24,774 

33,746 
33.716 
53,870 
7,407 
39,763 
11,952 
36,693 
14,211 

22,042 

37,455 

10,583 

229,228 

20,019 
14,051 

21,147 

32,878 
21,613 
25,747 
64, 509 
17,039 
34,331 
28,343 
40,066 



17,359 

10,701 

(D) 

(D) 

15,258 

(D) 

56,730 

87,514 

100,270 
16,872 
15,657 
(D) 
30,738 
14,433 
18,027 
31,624 

38,912 

1,497,857 

(D) 

6,818 

25,630 

30,529 

14,613 

22,375 

391,757 
40,348 
134,309 
8,979 
27,517 
84,280 
80,884 
5,627 

12,322 

15,211 

26,123 

(D) 

(D) 

45,671 

(D) 

29,537 

(D) 

7,792 

132,604 

33,023 

7,491 

44,451 

53,120 
60,689 

206,403 
37,379 
12,196 
17,355 

107,466 

18,455 

10,780 

(D) 

(D) 
35,341 
12,860 
8,361 
14,324 
55,070 
35,493 
22,234 

29,510 
31,728 
47,776 

(D) 
35,139 

(D) 
33,287 
12,429 

18,772 
33,935 

(D) 
219,318 

(D) 
12,691 

19,703 

30,076 
20,099 
22,437 
59,955 
16,453 
32,175 
26,749 
36,130 



41 

25 

5 

175 

189 

160 

200 
12 
9 
18 

100 
38 

119 

164 

114 
3,531 
20 
2 
25 
62 
41 
32 

385 

83 
219 

26 
6 

41 
254 

19 



9 
27 
16 

5 

122 

18 

53 

7 

12 

294 

19 



162 
221 

805 
78 
41 
48 
56 
65 
4 
43 



25 
23 
13 
100 
173 
51 

98 
17 
81 
20 
76 
61 



406 
101 



153 
55 
73 

171 



2,993 
430 
3,732 
2,188 
2,519 
21,268 
16,497 
13,973 

33,400 
16,034 
5,066 
1,422 
12,017 
3,032 
5,513 
7,894 

6,595 

358,978 

19,154 

(D) 

800 

5,500 

3,949 

2,731 

111,379 
6,632 
52,371 
2,097 
4,994 
19,052 
16,965 
1,097 

1,501 
3,960 
4,382 
14, 
4,855 
7,378 
2,328 
3,692 

802 

743 

31,417 

13,401 

2,622 

8,539 

14,697 
20,595 

69, 182 
8,005 
2,738 
4,648 

25,149 
5,067 
1,391 
2,055 

1,786 

5,184 

2,120 

880 

3,824 

12, 510 

14,846 

3,428 

6,365 
6,636 

12,012 
918 

10,165 
3,455 
6,678 
2,623 

1,089 
3.353 
240 
101,716 
4,611 
1,934 

7,472 

9,477 
7,688 
6,326 
12,727 
4,097 
7,129 
2,622 
9,756 



13 
23 
68 
24 
31 
110 

109 
19 
8 
22 
40 
77 
66 

117 



13 
27 
58 
17 
33 

810 
33 

199 

23 

38 

114 

383 



14 
21 
73 
65 
30 
78 
24 
24 

20 

16 

369 

30 



69 
18 
36 
61 
167 
17 
20 
12 



42 
31 
19 
19 
149 
72 
18 

75 
67 
66 
23 
44 
9 
76 



105 
82 
21 



10,220 
1,217 
496 
4,587 
5,398 
1,095 
5,010 

37 ,083 

19,608 
1,794 
471 
1,947 
3,025 
6,210 
7,529 

11,745 

1,179 

516,410 

10,461 

759 

746 

5,699 

1,259 

2,979 

121,598 
6,461 
9,680 
3,166 
15,193 
16,685 
38,055 
743 

2,959 

2,297 
6,247 

11,913 
4,158 

13,781 
1,525 
1,897 

3,373 
1,951 
31,413 
3,029 
374 
3,932 

2,276 
1,841 

6,487 
1,900 
2,340 
4,135 
32,902 
1,540 
1,086 
732 

3,732 

10,411 

1,433 

1,438 

1,758 

25,561 

10,761 

1,601 

7,333 
11,148 
5,371 
1,942 
4,729 

623 
7,969 

963 

1,183 
11,387 
(D) 
38,310 
5,769 
2,834 

(D) 

1,242 
780 

7,276 
24,962 

4,635 
13,669 

6,313 

5,969 



11 
13 
31 
13 
15 
15 

20 
325 
16 
13 
41 
45 
22 
33 

228 

51 

107 

5 

6 

125 

38 



16 
21 
46 
21 
16 
32 
22 
58 

11 

16 

105 

21 

13 



98 

90 

149 
53 
12 
13 
80 
24 
27 
14 



1,710 
3,036 
2,173 
6,473 
4,750 
6,786 
8,488 
6,995 

6,561 
1,455 
(D) 
1,736 
4,227 
2,099 
3,373 
3,472 

3,298 
46,877 
3,383 
(D) 
5,141 
6,507 
3,283 
7,187 

44,044 

12,625 

9,653 

(D) 

(D) 

20,517 

7,961 

(D) 

(D) 
3,128 
8,225 
7,503 
3,399 
4,952 
2,741 
9,355 

703 

2,106 

15,171 

3,284 

(D) 

5,121 

21,747 
10,765 

17,876 
10,613 
1,097 
2,505 
11,493 
(D) 
3,441 
(D) 

2,292 
6,259 
3,113 
(D) 
(D) 
5,165 
1,650 
9,128 

4,915 
6,486 
13,716 
338 
3,067 
1,725 
9,796 
(D) 

2,073 
(D) 
3,785 
7,110 
1,940 
5,470 

(D) 

4,701 
(D) 
(D) 
12,385 
2,549 
2,303 
10,516 
7,257 



14 
16 
20 
33 
22 
59 
132 
157 

186 
29 
13 
9 
33 
33 
16 
40 



18 
43 
47 
35 
36 

474 
78 

342 
15 
19 

114 
95 
17 

26 
24 
39 
39 
16 
77 
26 
46 



245 
36 
15 

48 

100 
111 

439 
65 
22 
39 

139 
40 
16 



31 
45 
18 
7 
12 
69 
35 
38 

30 
37 
91 
9 
54 
18 
36 
30 

39 
54 
7 
198 
23 
14 



53 
IS 
60 
38 
15 
35 
43 
110 



703 
2,021 
1,640 
1,381 
1,166 
7,041 
6,634 
9,249 

9,709 
3,753 
2,456 
1,044 
2,676 
1,642 
1,502 
3,455 

9,145 
133,360 
6,441 
1,231 
5,677 
3,680 
1,592 
2,646 

26,972 
4,470 
21,374 
709 
2,612 
8,296 
7,481 
(D) 

867 
1,328 
1,829 
3,412 
1,707 
4,514 
2,085 
3,826 

1,094 
737 
16,499 
3,354 
(D) 
6,206 

4,283 
6,406 

34 465 
4,203 
2,869 
1,644 

10,954 

3,838 

1,832 

773 

1,661 
3,337 
1,596 
1,221 
1,404 
4,589 
1,980 
2,471 

2,658 
3,249 
5,037 
1,444 
6,339 
1,736 
2,036 
2,201 

4,667 
2,547 
1,385 
17,379 
2,726 
615 

3,803 

4,317 
1,347 
2,927 
2,741 
1,107 
2,353 
1,892 
6,018 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1_68 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Contmued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



AlfTOD, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa . . . 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Amarillo, Texas 

Asheville, North Carolijia 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina......... 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Dallas , Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island- 

Moline , Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wis.. 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evansville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texas 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Greensboro-High Point, N.C 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va. 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Hartford, Cjnnectlcut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W, Va. -Ashland, Ky... 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi. 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kanaaa City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Loredo, Texas 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, 

Arkansaa 

Lorain-Elyrla, Ohio 

Los An/^eles-Lonr^ Beach, Californl 
Louisville, Kentucky 

See footnotes at end of table. 



Other retail stores — Continued 



Book, stationery stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



10 

18 
4 
34 
12 
100 



3 
9 

11 

9 

i38 

10 



Sales 
($1,000) 



(D) 

2,083 

873 

743 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1,894 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
5,556 
1,606 
79 

653 

280 

(D) 

16,741 

1,432 

(D) 
5,712 

1,699 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
32,278 

2,006 

6,319 
tD) 
(D) 

1,635 
336 

3,507 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2,323 

1,303 

11,321 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
687 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
871 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
322 
(D) 
1,580 

8,282 
(D) 

2,303 
(D) 
(D) 
513 
(D) 

(D) 

4,247 
(D) 
(D) 

1,368 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
586 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

402 

40,287 

1,213 



Sporting goods, 
bicycle stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



26 

113 
13 



10 
17 
16 
5 
20 
327 

45 
84 
10 
11 
25 
16 



36 
10 
60 
13 
156 



Sales 
($1,000) 



1,132 
2,609 
(D) 
1,490 
169 
618 
(D) 

2,216 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
4,045 
(D) 
818 

(D) 

(D) 

1,254 

5,643 

(D) 

(D) 

3,432 

900 
(D) 
629 
550 
(D) 
697 
21,688 

2,628 

4,389 
(D) 
543 

1,715 
968 

2,831 



(D) 
1,496 

(D) 
4,716 

715 
9,902 

(D) 

(D) 
320 
(D) 
544 
(D) 
(D) 
1,447 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1,158 
200 
395 

1,919 

(D) 
(D) 
499 
697 
(D) 
(D) 
1,235 

(D) 
(D) 
2,199 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



25 


(D) 


24 


912 


24 


1,351 


8 


315 


8 


(D) 


10 


323 


6 


(D) 


9 


619 


11 


220 


391 


21,685 


32 


1,299 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



112 
25 
17 
25 

154 
17 



28 
23 
85 

297 
28 
21 

130 

36 

9 

15 

20 
26 
33 
665 

104 
231 
13 
12 
56 
22 
130 



26 
35 
8 
63 

33 
333 

1 

14 
15 
14 
26 
13 
20 
36 

10 
13 
57 
40 
17 
14 
23 

2 
25 
29 
16 
22 
39 
43 

139 
26 
64 
13 

17 
30 



19 
14 
531 
62 



Sales 
($1,000) 



1,516 
2,162 
589 
1,947 
392 
401 
315 

3,122 
836 
387 
606 

4,509 
622 
300 

936 

698 

2,379 

9,656 

895 

336 

4,058 

1,137 

407 

447 

901 

1,421 

1,023 

26,813 

4,123 

7,826 
687 
404 

2,172 
596 

3,549 



972 
1,859 

391 

2,552 

1,185 

12,345 

(D) 

573 
546 
542 
851 
431 
422 
1,233 

240 
461 

2,072 
927 
327 
500 

1,248 

(D) 
752 
392 
653 
521 
1,029 
1,353 

3,759 
941 

2,760 
461 
552 

1,075 
510 

523 

3,914 
267 

1,572 
968 
692 
106 

650 
665 
267 
411 

872 

482 

15,622 

2,236 



Cigar stores, stands 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



17 

4 

169 

15 

6 
67 



Sales 
($1,000) 



626 

917 
(D) 
537 
(D) 
(D) 
72 

481 
1,362 

39 

867 
(D) 
70 



343 
165 

9,653 
578 
(D) 

3,677 

567 
54 

(D) 
80 
96 

17,264 

1,264 
2,875 

(D) 
(D) 
646 
(D) 
838 



1,036 

382 

99 

907 

468 

4,222 
162 

356 
58 
132 
637 
(D) 
347 
325 

68 
203 
551 
363 
(D) 
398 
383 

(D) 
134 
(D) 
137 
(D) 
179 
1,230 

1,383 
126 
568 
136 
89 
163 



4 


95 


46 


1,271 


8 


308 


7 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


8 


121 


2 


(D) 


5 


213 


17 


366 


3 


97 


9 


411 


17 


620 


161 


4,487 


13 


668 



News dealers, 
newsstands 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



6 

170 
23 
10 
27 



7 
6 
8 
15 
3 
415 



265 

17 



Sales 
($1,000) 



100 
2,814 
302 
684 
351 
36 
157 

553 
573 
212 
314 
1,437 
(D) 
(D) 

430 
155 
246 
12,475 
1,012 
936 
866 

98 
184 
132 
147 
454 
(D) 
15,963 

933 
915 
201 
30 
214 
259 
(D) 



362 
(D) 
357 
(D) 
1,643 
(D) 

535 
(D) 
217 
409 
(D) 
73 
140 

68 
(D) 
855 
(D) 
233 
715 

72 

299 

171 
20 
397 

180 
718 
500 

801 
241 
117 
(D) 
90 
313 
1,400 

257 
850 
(D) 
(D) 
740 
200 
(D) 

293 
(D) 
73 
(D) 



8,277 
497 



Gift, novelty, 
souvenir stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



20 
51 
35 

35 
9 

12 
9 

28 
72 
6 
16 
38 
5 
3 

3 
18 
15 
249 
33 



71 
107 
2 
5 
26 
10 
38 



17 
23 

4 

59 

12 

226 

4 

18 

4 
7 



1 
592 
23 



Sales 
($1,000) 



359 
1,105 
959 
576 
219 
245 
175 

777 
2,272 
143 
219 
2,335 
104 
120 

143 
526 
272 

6,061 
955 
221 

2,581 

341 
107 
67 
172 
253 
538 
14,610 

1,455 
2,843 
(D) 
228 
673 
1S2 
954 



263 

427 

36 

1,156 

243 

6,140 

62 

402 
68 
181 
151 
136 
142 
92 

(D) 
258 
182 
457 
CD) 
97 
302 

314 
212 

82 
258 

59 
223 
713 

1,099 
186 
606 
160- 
120 
296 
326 

205 
2,904 
479 
464 
655 
174 



81 
100 
(D) 



82 

(D) 

17,263 

717 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-69 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: I934-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BLISINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Other retail atorea — Continued 



Book, stationery stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Humbep) 



($1,000) 



Sporting goods, 
bicycle stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Establiah- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



cigar stores, stands 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



'Jews dealers, 
newsstands 



Efltablish- 
menls 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Girt, novelty, 
souvenir stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Lowell, MoBsachusetts 

Lubboclc, Texas 

Macon, Georgia 

Madison, Wisconsin 

Manchester. New Hampshire 

Memphis , Tennessee 

Miami , Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Hlniieapolls-St. Paul, Minnesota... 

Mobile, Alabama 

Montgomery, Alabama 

Muncie, Indians 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut.. 
New Haven, Connecticut 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey. . 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahcfoa City, Okla 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orlando, Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

PhllBdelphla, Pennsylvania 

Phoenla, Arizona 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Pittsf ield , Massachusetts 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wiscansin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester, New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento, California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Texas 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside- 

Ontario, California 

San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

San Jose, California 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scranlxjn, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

South Bend, Indiana 

Spokane , Washington 

Springfield, Illinois 

Springfield, Missouri 

Springfield, Ohio 

Sprlngfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts 

Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut 

Stockton, California 

Syracuse, Hew York 

Tacooa, Washington 

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Utica-Rooie, Hew York 

Waco, Texas 

Washington, D.C 

Waterbury, Connecticut 

Waterloo, Icrua 

Wheeling, West Virglnia- 
Steubenvllle, Ohio 

Wichita, Kansas , 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wllkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pa 

Wilmington, Delaware. ..f^ 

Winston--Salem, North Carolina 

Worcester, Massachusetts 

York, Pennsylvania 

YoungstCTjn, Ohio 



3 

9 
10 
17 
42 

63 
9 
6 
2 



3 

17 

42 

2,203 
10 
3 

12 
12 
11 



222 
10 
47 



2 
20 
56 
12 

19 
12 
18 

6 
15 

6 
10 
10 

19 
12 

3 
78 



(r) 

222 

(D) 

(D) 

281 

1,594 

3,421 

1,726 

4,793 
834 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1,618 

2,914 
123,509 

405 
(D) 
1,969 
(D) 
412 
(D) 

H,403 
(D) 
3,973 
(D) 
286 
2,940 
(D) 



258 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2,965 
549 

2,108 

674 

(D) 

4,687 

(D) 

(D) 

4,650 

2,043 
4,238 

16,544 
2,899 
(D) 
708 
5,354 
276 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

362 

(D) 

(D) 

3,710 

995 

1,731 
(D) 

2,032 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
367 
(D) 

1,389 

m 

(D) 

10,904 

(D) 

459 

389 

(D) 

(D) 
724 

(D) 
702 

(D) 
970 

(D) 



3 

10 
7 
11 
4 
30 
91 
86 

73 
11 
9 
5 
18 
13 
14 
21 

36 
729 
14 
7 
20 
20 
14 
12 

194 
41 
99 
12 
5 
82 
53 



16 
3 
42 
13 
28 

9 

14 
83 
32 

8 
26 

59 
59 

199 
35 

9 
17 
92 
10 

3 



(D) 
492 
(D) 
(D) 
102 
(D) 
3,461 
3,658 

4.778 
848 
642 
370 
(D) 
(D) 
541 

2,043 

2,257 

39,401 

895 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

7,975 

1,570 

4,667 

371 

137 
4,090 
1,837 

(D) 

564 

735 

1,195 

1,012 
(D) 

2,045 
(D) 

1,705 

450 

(D) 

2,655 

2,751 
(D) 
(D) 

2,629 
3,075 

11,754 

2,647 

433 

1,087 

5,576 

(D) 

508 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
1,371 
(D) 
(D) 

1,194 
743 
900 
(D) 
917 
(D) 
542 
545 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
4,216 
402 
408 

539 

(D) 
282 
774 
(D) 
(D) 
910 
(D) 
1,105 



77 
136 

118 
22 

10 
10 
42 
16 
14 
28 

73 
1,611 
50 
12 
33 
42 
20 
22 

483 
24 
287 

11 

90 

117 

7 

15 
11 
26 
26 



7 

9 

174 

26 
7 

79 

51 
46 

284 
26 
22 
55 
33 
33 
11 



434 

502 

744 

274 

1,907 

2,145 

4,132 

4,987 
774 

1,387 
394 

2,443 
437 
462 
832 

3,206 
56,155 

1,311 
306 

1,681 

1,409 
484 
758 

14,730 
1,225 
9,249 

475 
2,871 
2,602 

267 

538 
514 
925 

1,652 
870 

2,209 
897 
783 

358 
694 

8,436 
864 
283 

1,432 

1,210 
1,560 

9,983 
347 
580 
1,241 
3,198 
777 
331 
(D) 

770 
620 
753 
132 
297 
1,957 
1,251 
666 

1,172 

861 
1,534 

340 
1,779 

457 
1,181 

571 

1,575 

1,309 

589 

6,662 

485 

317 

1,112 

1,385 
454 

1,135 
(D) 
400 
995 
610 



12 
2 
1 
3 
4 
10 
65 
68 

48 
1 

1 
4 
7 
3 
11 
18 

17 

1,153 

8 

3 

10 

32 

3 

6 

394 
3 
71 
2 
3 
55 
13 



1 
22 

14 
17 

248 
22 

2 
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63 
11 
10 

3 

13 
10 



307 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
239 
371 
1,501 
3,041 

1,670 
(D) 
(D) 

34 
379 

32 
484 
443 

1,065 

53,389 

291 

(D) 

263 

1,019 

42 

210 

13,302 
(D) 

3,052 
(D) 
178 

1,388 
764 
152 

259 

650 
(D) 
358 
1,661 
122 
616 

152 
21 
3,150 
(D) 
(D) 
819 

324 

705 

8,768 
731 
(D) 
328 

2,138 
206 
144 
(D) 

336 
635 
260 
126 
43 
328 
205 
(D) 

1,202 
224 

1,086 
(D) 
902 
(D) 
522 
(D) 

724 
987 
(D) 
1,522 
667 
204 

703 

114 
72 
624 
(D) 
(D) 
286 
757 
373 



23 

1,551 

15 



420 
10 
105 
3 
4 
35 
57 
2 



17 

7 

108 



407 

47 
244 

(D) 

129 

1,372 

721 

897 

119 
188 
(D) 
105 
27 
205 
558 

803 
51,162 
628 
(D) 
427 
256 
99 
311 

11,948 

309 

3,967 

132 

92 

1,192 

2,733 

(D) 



41 
413 
226 
102 
363 
(D) 
395 

(D) 

46 

2,407 

(D) 

14 

271 

814 
1,543 

2,405 
420 
101 
481 
135 
105 
52 



181 
(D) 
115 
(D) 
(D) 
990 
904 
612 

604 
104 
474 
(D) 
(D) 
185 
777 
194 

2b 
537 
56 
3,729 
389 
(D) 

977 

(D) 
223 
841 
1,042 
184 
555 
639 
753 



6 
21 
135 
84 

82 
11 
4 
1 
18 
10 
6 
39 

62 

1,283 

46 



3 
140 

19 



126 

4 

24 

14 



3 

134 

8 



184 

155 

92 

145 

187 

572 

3,824 

1,847 

1,421 
183 
82 
(D) 
348 
235 
304 
580 

1,099 
38,815 
844 
217 
329 
126 
807 

1,327 

9,815 

1,251 

2,959 

(D) 

408 

554 

1,646 

100 

275 
105 
721 
195 
180 
501 
472 
428 

63 
187 
3,898 
383 
(D) 
896 

851 
1,545 

3,603 
985 
204 
365 

1,178 
103 
(D) 
(D) 

103 
212 
287 
(D) 
57 
645 
971 
173 

492 
269 

2,060 
149 
(D) 
185 
532 

1,048 

351 

497 

55 

5,424 

234 

80 

291 

621 
209 
557 
(D) 
406 
240 
284 
424 



See footnotes at end of table. 



432271 O - 57 - 7 



1-70 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Tabic IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Contmued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



other retail stores — Continued 



Music stores 



Standard metropolitan area 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Camera . photographic 
supply stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Nonstore retailers 



EstatiiishmeDts 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Total, 

eatablish- 

meDts 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Mail order houses 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Direct selling 

(house-to-house ) 

organizations 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Merchandise 

vending machine 

operators 



Establish- 
menta 



(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Alo^n, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Ainarillo, Texas 

Afihevllle, North Carolina 

Atlanta , Georgia 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Augusta, Georgia 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore . Maryland 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Bay City, Michigan 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas 

Binghamton, New York 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Buffalo, New York 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids , Iowa 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Columbus, Georgia 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Chriati, Texas 

Dallas , Texas 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island- 

Moline, Illinois 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colorado 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Michigan 

Dubuque , Iowa 

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wis... 

Durham, North Carolina 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Evaneville, Indiana 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, California 

Gadsden, Alabama 

Galveston, Texss 

Grand Rapids, Michigan , 

Green Bay, Wisconsin , 

Greensboro-High Point, N.C 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va, . 

Harrisburg, Pennaylvania 

Hartford, Connecticut 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky... 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jackson, Michigan 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 1 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Lansing, Michigan 

Loredo, Texas 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, 

Arkansas ■ 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.... 
Louisville, Kentucky 

See footnotes at end of table. 



15 
26 
7 
37 
20 
132 



7 
298 

12 



726 
1,464 
1,032 

870 

263 
1,334 

746 

2,171 
151 
220 
517 
(D) 
545 
269 

638 

521 

1,569 

4,739 

547 

208 

2,138 

577 
(D) 
383 
940 
1,120 
594 
15,440 

3,640 

3,590 
878 
271 

1,999 
824 

2,973 



1,064 
1,565 

471 
2,806 
1,606 
10,289 

250 

943 

488 
584 
442 
907 
189 
666 

586 
1,206 

(D) 
1,123 

229 

172 
1,523 

213 
546 
348 
531 
368 
844 
1,557 

(D) 
623 
2,769 
(D) 
882 
947 
344 

427 
5,270 
(D) 
666 
558 
712 
(D) 

49 
562 
(D) 
473 

713 

384 

19,340 

1,071 



3 

1 

2 

3 

225 

9 



(D) 
1,427 
500 
802 
(D) 
(D) 
243 

684 
104 
(D) 
580 
2,047 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
837 
210 

5,349 
482 
(D) 

2,395 

529 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
617 
467 
14,688 

(D) 

3,511 

335 

1,042 
(D) 
(D) 



1,961 
1,755 

(D) 
1,926 

371 

7,602 

54 

157 

(D) 
303 
(D) 
(D) 
486 

(D) 
363 

(D) 
504 

(D) 
1,048 

353 
612 
297 
401 
(D) 
739 
697 

(D) 
CD) 
1,249 
276 
(D) 
598 
(D) 

548 
1,430 

(D) 

600 
1,027 

832 



(D) 
354 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

22,512 

(D) 



239 
289 

101 

403 

57 

59 

69 

387 
91 
53 

102 

1,043 

51 

39 

87 

103 

253 

1,731 

173 

95 
449 

156 
80 
70 
94 
139 
158 
3,246 

599 
886 
73 

80 
369 

91 
546 



158 
225 

79 

350 

203 

1,648 

56 

1(X 
46 

113 

144 
73 
72 

129 



234 
140 
30 
28 
158 

59 
127 
61 
57 
45 
173 
296 



274 
23 
65 
186 
154 

43 
703 

44 
117 
186 

59 

20 

79 
53 
60 
55 

112 

67 

3.480 

277 



89 
13 

105 
19 



199 
21 



13 
31 
39 

303 
40 
19 

105 



14 
14 
14 
29 
22 
668 

117 
142 
17 
16 
59 
15 



30 
51 
13 
62 
27 
274 
6 

22 
12 
19 
28 
23 



84 
23 
90 
8 
15 
25 
20 

15 
111 
12 
25 
54 
17 
6 



15 

478 

59 



12,077 
53,803 
2,952 
20,221 
3,378 
7,069 
1,432 

83,959 
5,957 
1,903 
5,909 

80,309 
4,581 
1,626 

3,784 
4,243 
9,706 
154,713 
8,193 
5,798 
28,335 

2,538 
2,096 
1,436 
2,745 
8,291 
3,548 
640,171 

32,266 
43,091 

2,285 

(D) 

14,775 

3,559 
68,173 



6,340 
8,982 
1,952 
40,195 
5,010 
109,045 
1,063 

8,599 
1,304 
3,773 
7,026 
3,947 
1,743 
6,943 

1,272 
7,348 
30,122 
4,856 
416 
528 
9,630 

2,110 

(D) 

2,344 

1,849 

957 

12,421 

12,800 

18,743 
7,463 

34,015 

878 

1,914 

6,722 

5,030 

2,626 
(D) 
1,502 
7,943 
9,551 
3,504 
425 

3,765 

2,397 

(D) 

1,214 

3,929 

1,843 

197,734 

13,453 



9,385 
51,117 

2,086 
16,231 

2,924 

5,665 
946 

30,795 
5,893 
1,511 
5,135 

68,995 
3,995 
1,288 

(D) 
3,359 
7,020 
136,979 
5,489 
5,718 
23,723 

1,290 
1,506 
1,058 
2,007 
(D) 
1,874 
604,255 

24,106 
35,209 

1,791 

(D) 

10,357 

2,905 
52,289 



(D) 
5,710 
1,372 
37,123 
3,908 
83,751 
404 

7,637 
1,030 
2,519 
5,662 
3,287 
1,145 
5,691 

722 

6,812 

27,826 

3,008 

(D) 

(D) 

7,822 

1,418 
(D) 

2,022 

1,505 

587 

10,973 

9,756 

14,171 
6,851 

32,151 

536 

1,333 

5,370 

3,890 

2,334 
(D) 
1,156 
6,967 
7,585 
2,980 
352 

3,119 

1,955 

(D) 

590 

3,157 

1,22') 

155,332 

11,295 



5 
183 

16 
29 
2 

9 

15 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
139 
62,209 
444 
3,057 
541 



(D) 

(D) 

153 

286 

470,030 

1,644 

3,781 

(D) 

150 

(i>) 



212 
535 
(D) 
(D) 

717 

1,955 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
fD) 
(D) 
(D) 



1,030 



(D) 



(D) 
445 

908 
(D) 
(D) 

58 
62 



124 
1 



134,689 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

76,138 
(D) 



190 
253 
85 
385 
64 
50 



326 
73 
42 
94 

939 
39 
38 

73 
36 

232 
1,591 

150 
32 

336 

136 
74 
60 
81 
128 
138 
2,344 

643 

737 
56 
72 

322 
77 

474 



139 
197 
68 
305 
177 
1,481 
51 

95 
43 
89 

134 
65 
70 

117 

29 
33 
203 
128 
28 
25 
134 

53 

117 

51 

52 

40 

158 

265 

454 
34 

240 
25 
53 

168 

140 

37 
632 

35 
100 
178 

53 

18 



53 
52 

)9 

61 

3,158 

251 



9,179 
18,866 
1,538 
17,398 
1,766 
2,628 
1,085 

13,955 
4,053 
986 
5 004 
32,555 
2,142 
(D) 

2,708 
3,365 
7,245 

72,099 
5,918 
3,520 

19,691 

2.195 
1,950 
318 
1,738 
6,079 
2,255 
146,915 

23,649 

28,924 
1,415 
1,142 

10,911 
2,136 

20,173 



4,952 

5.%e 

1,L26 
10,631 

4,912 
83,855 

1,005 

7,810 
1,145 
1,795 
4,930 
3,284 
(D) 
4,859 

445 
6,015 

(D) 
4,073 

(D) 

264 
7,209 

1,524 
3,488 
1,600 
1,224 
848 
7,204 
7,944 

11,929 
6,355 

14,742 

(D) 

1,368 

6,051 

3,948 

2,087 

19, 570 

987 

4,312 

8,009 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2.077 

1,065 

2,852 

1,119 

94,243 

8,339 



15 
219 



23 
10 
34 
18 
149 
3 

6 
1 

20 
9 
7 
2 

12 

11 
7 

28 

10 
2 
3 

20 



198 

25 



2,S93 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
1,612 
4,441 
397 

(D) 
(D) 
917 
(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 

1,076 

CD) 

2,324 

20,405 

1,831 

221 

8,103 

343 

CD) 

668 

(D) 

2,059 

1,007 

23,226 

6,973 

10,386 

CD) 

(D) 

3,714 

1,433 

(D) 



1,176 
2,479 
(D) 
(D) 
331 
23,234 
CD) 

CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
2,084 

CD) 
CD) 

2,791 
CD) 
CD) 
264 

1,391 

586 

1,122 
744 
625 
109 
CD) 

4,411 

5,905 
(D) 
CD) 
CD) 
488 
609 

1,082 

539 

CD) 

(D) 

3,631 

(D) 
CD) 



CD) 

1,019 

467 

CD) 

(D) 

724 

27,353 

CD) 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-71 

Table IK. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Contmued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



standard metropolitan area 



Other retail stores — Continued 



Kusic stores 



Establlsli- 
ments 



(Number) 



C$1,000) 



Camera, photograph- 
ic supply stores 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Nonstore retailers 



EstablisJiments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Hail order houses 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Direct selling 
(house-to-house) 

organizations 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



($1,000) 



Merchandise 

vending machine 

operators 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



($1,000) 



Lowell , Massachusetts 

Lubbock , Texas , 

Macon , Georgia 

Madison, Wisconsin 

Manchester, New Hampshire 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Miami , Florida 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota.. 

Mobile , Alabama 

Montgomeiy , Alabama 

Muncle, Indiana 

Nashville, Tennessee 

New Bedford , Massachusetts 

New Britain-Bristol, Connecticut, 
New Haven, Connecticut , 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey. 

Norfolk-ftjrtsmouth , Va 

Ogden, Itah 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Omaha , Nebraska 

Orlando , Florida 

Peoria, Illinois 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Rioenix, Arizona 

Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania 

Pittsf ield , Massachusetts 

Portland, Maine 

Portleind , Oregon 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Racine, Wisconsin 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Reading , Pennsylvania 

Richmond , Virginia , 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Rochester , New York 

Rockford, Illinois 

Sacramento , California 

Saginaw, Michigan 

St . Joseph , Missouri 

St . Louis , Missouri 

Salt Lake City, Utah , 

San Angelo , Texas 

San Antonio , Texas 

San Bemardino-Riverside- 

Ontarlo, California 

San Diego, California 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif..... 

San Jose , California , 

Savannah, Georgia 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

Seattle, Washington 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls , South Dakota 

South Bend , Indiana 

Spokane, Washington 

Springfield , Illinois 

Springfield , Missouri 

Springfield , Ohio 

Springfield -Ho lyoke , Mass , 

Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut, .. , 
Stockton , California 

Syracuse , New York , 

Tacoma , Washington 

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida.... 

Terre Haute, Indiana , 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka , Kansas , 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Tucson, Arizona , 

Tulsa , Oklahoma , 

Dtica-Rome , New York , 

Waco , Texas 

Washington, D. C , 

Waterbury, Connecticut , 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, Wtst Virginia- 
Steubenville, Ohio , 

Wichita , Kansas 

Wichita Falls , Texas , 

Wllkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pa 

Wilmington, Delaware , 

Winston-Saiem , North Carolina.... 

Worcester, Massachusetts , 

York, Pennsylvar-ia 

Youngstown, Ohio 



3 


35 


9 


570 


S 


471 


9 


1,014 


5 


(D) 


15 


1,436 


35 


2,083 


74 


3,206 


55 


4,918 


6 


422 


i. 


758 


3 


377 


15 


1,915 


7 


121 


7 


267 


10 


1,030 


21 


2,543 


536 


37,658 


16 


1,219 


.; 


325 


13 


2,296 


13 


1,967 


9 


855 


9 


950 


171 


8,899 


18 


1,715 


88 


4,874 


5 


123 


.; 


134 


33 


2,527 


Si 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


I. 


269 


5 


912 


6 


1,175 


17 


1,559 


4 


497 


21 


1,730 


5 


553 


19 


1,966 


7 


487 


3 


(D) 


68 


7,184 


22 


2,145 


6 


273 


28 


(D) 


26 


1,668 


20 


3,033 


141 


9,423 


23 


1,788 


11 


434 


11 


319 


41 


3,503 


19 


1,278 


11 


685 


5 


952 


12 


618 


21 


1,572 


6 


(D) 


5 


279 


4 


248 


20 


496 


15 


659 


8 


545 


15 


1,368 


10 


811 


24 


1,690 


3 


(D) 


18 


1,685 


7 


(D) 


9 


1,645 


14 


694 


10 


1,733 


10 


282 


11 


580 


40 


7,114 


7 


410 


3 


(D) 


15 


474 


9 


1,790 


5 


496 


18 


629 


7 


(D) 


9 


765 


7 


203 


16 


756 


30 


1,512 



2 

2 
6 
1 
6 
7 

3 
380 
9 
3 
11 
2 
3 
7 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
203 
826 
2,188 
2,009 

2,627 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
330 
(D) 
439 
614 

(D) 
49,471 
515 
214 
1,015 
(D) 
172 
683 

7,170 

1,015 

2,929 

249 

(D) 

1,036 

1,647 

(D) 

281 
(D) 
273 
613 
(D) 

1,743 
851 

1,836 

378 
(D) 

4,599 
703 
(D) 

6,325 

1,541 
1,652 

8,564 
1,806 
(D) 
(D) 
2,143 
(D) 
171 
(D) 

935 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
605 
678 
557 

521 
362 
556 
(D) 
1,081 
(D) 
466 
493 

1,289 
608 

4,631 
367 
267 



709 
(D) 
404 
692 
228 
856 
478 
265 



56 
112 
62 
94 
67 
242 
545 
520 

711 
81 
58 
35 

184 
88 
95 

201 

406 
9,751 
150 
39 
239 
189 
90 
135 

2,580 

211 

1,321 

55 

75 

475 

613 

36 

62 
70 
250 
226 
97 
214 
104 
151 

62 

54 

1,188 

172 
40 

372 

223 
312 

1,152 

221 

57 

187 

428 

82 

55 

55 

84 
157 
96 
62 
75 
293 
124 
79 

305 
149 
370 

36 
204 
101 
153 

79 

199 
164 

82 
628 

86 



259 
151 
88 
239 
129 
242 



10 
12 
14 
20 
15 
36 
69 
96 

107 
15 

10 

11 



,109 
38 



18 
29 

656 
27 

243 
17 
23 
45 

103 



238 
36 

4 
58 

39 
52 

152 
25 
17 
33 
62 
18 



59 
19 
50 
10 
40 
23 
47 
21 

25 
32 

10 
104 
20 
10 



2,809 

2,858 

1,829 

3,302 

(D) 

52 ,549 

16,638 

25,441 

105 ,171 
1,809 
1,684 
1,143 
9,924 
4,106 
2,060 
6,936 

41 ,401 
490,195 
7,757 
662 
10,077 
7,266 
16,224 
7,147 

254,357 

5,658 

59,369 

2,330 

3,906 

30 ,322 

25,465 

1,360 

1,422 
3,193 

11,184 
12,086 
5,378 
11,595 
4,817 
8,011 

2,068 

964 

45,888 

6,646 

695 

9,359 

6,386 
11,202 

61,698 
5,522 
2,262 
6,956 

60,082 
2,593 
1,796 
1,088 

4,373 
7,912 
4,476 
901 
1,643 
14,191 
3,678 
2,588 

11 ,882 
3,428 
8,745 
3,920 
9,653 
2,659 

13,933 
2,617 

9,126 
5,039 
1,505 
41,885 
3,665 
2,390 

6,901 

7,611 

955 

6,419 

7,994 

3,168 

6,974 

10,408 

13,830 



2,239 
1,188 
1,243 
2,650 
2,195 
(D) 
11 ,754 
19 ,673 

98,337 
1,135 
1,270 
825 
8,402 
3,292 
1,214 
5,210 

36 ,063 

378,127 

6,793 

306 

7,745 

5,686 

15,306 

6,197 

229,415 
3,302 
45 ,369 
1,802 
3,162 
25 ,784 
19 ,737 
1,054 

894 
2,571 
3,922 
10,298 
4,518 
9,191 
3,279 
6,565 

1,376 

418 

33 ,590 

4,892 
219 

6,401 

4,142 
6,772 

50,808 
3,130 
1,814 
5,468 

55,350 

1,841 

1,346 

596 

3,727 
6,674 
3,884 
327 
931 
10,921 
2,452 
1,802 

8,524 
2,012 
5,847 
3,642 
8,069 
2,021 
12,253 
2,115 

6,978 
3,171 

(D) 
35,667 
2,673 

(D) 

6,059 

6,673 
511 
4,181 
6,706 
2,260 
4,514 
9,604 
11,606 



1 
560 






(D) 

1,410 

607 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
25 
373 
(D) 



(D) 
106,358 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
765 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



7,329 
(D) 



277 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

14 

(D) 

1,944 



1,242 

(D) 

(Di 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



48 

102 

55 

85 

55 

191 

487 

469 

626 
71 
50 
26 

159 
84 
86 

168 

377 

8,681 

128 

34 
218 
163 

75 
117 

2,399 

181 

1,215 

47 

68 

444 

571 

28 



238 

214 

92 



49 

51 

1,075 

155 
33 

324 

191 
275 

1,034 

199 

53 

167 

392 



72 

146 

83 

57 

65 

265 

108 

68 

273 
130 
326 

34 
178 

86 
128 

68 

183 
148 

70 
567 

79 



2,375 
1,708 
1,261 
2,049 
2,097 
4,662 
10,544 
18 ,972 

19,323 

1,318 

970 

705 

7,933 

(D) 

1,251 

5,035 

34 ,236 

294,415 

4,545 

466 

7,127 

(D) 

5,312 

5,478 

107,849 
4,151 
42,105 
1,667 
3,417 
8,123 
17 ,072 
1,006 

1,156 
2,471 
9,256 
6,755 
3,870 
8,488 
2,561 
6,174 

1,224 

(D) 

30,105 

5,693 

513 

6,560 

3,700 
6,768 

27,431 
4,839 
1,740 
4,569 

11,656 

1,680 

1,597 

668 

3,382 
6,944 
3,425 
746 
1,147 
8,589 
2,403 
1,802 

9,322 
2,342 
5,411 

(D) 
6,998 
2,031 
9,468 
1,936 

4,854 
3,173 
1,146 
21,026 
3,204 
2,135 

4,950 



241 


4,343 


137 


5,781 


84 


2,775 


225 


5,682 


118 


2,477 


217 


9,785 



7 


(0) 


8 


(D) 


7 


568 


5 


(D) 


12 


(D) 


45 


(D) 


35 


4,684 


35 


5,862 


64 


(D) 


5 


(D) 


7 


(D) 


6 


413 


19 


1,618 


4 


355 


9 


809 


27 


1,724 


28 


(D) 


510 


39,422 


22 


3,212 


4 


(D) 


20 


(D) 


22 


1,605 


11 


(D) 


17 


(D) 


126 


(D) 


24 


CD) 


91 


16,499 


5 


CD) 


6 


CD) 


22 


CD) 


33 


CD) 


8 


354 


2 


CD) 


3 


CD) 


10 


CD) 


7 


CD) 


4 


CD) 


23 


CD) 


15 


CD) 


22 


CD) 


11 


CD) 


3 


CD) 


95 


8,454 


15 


CD) 


7 


182 


38 


2,315 


24 


2,089 


30 


4,157 


101 


CD) 


14 


626 


4 


522 


19 


CD) 


28 


CD) 


9 


913 


1 


CD) 


5 


CD) 


10 


CD) 


9 


CD) 


13 


1,051 


5 


155 


10 


496 


21 


CD) 


12 


CD) 


9 


CD) 


28 


2,546 


16 


CD) 


17 


1,390 


2 


CD) 


20 


2,391 


11 


582 


17 


3,223 


10 


CD) 


15 


CD) 


14 


CD) 


10 


CD) 


42 


(D) 


7 


461 


4 


CD) 


19 


CD) 


16 


CD) 


3 


CD) 


15 


CD) 


7 


CD) 


3 


CD) 


11 


CD) 


7 


CD) 


23 


CD) 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosiire. ... Represents zero. ^Includes data for establishments with no payroll in 195-^ which have not been classified by detailed kind of 
business; also Includes establishments In kind of business not separately listed. See Introduction — Kind -of -Business Classification. ^Includes data for establishments which 
have not been classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction — Kind -of -Business Classification. 



1-72 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IL. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



City size 


Estab- 
llshraentB 
(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Eatab- 

Usliments 

(number) 


Salei 
($1,000) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

llsbaents 
(number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 




RITAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


FOOD STORES, TOTAL ' 


Grocery stores 




1,721,650 
305.791 
98.125 
129.511 
121 .709 
128.338 
182.192 
137.123 
117.931 
500,527 


169,967,718 
35.773.993 
13.130.012 
15.858.111 
11,193.568 
11.881.317 
19.738.511 
12.795.781 
9.858.260 
33, 121,832 


18, 198.662 
1.567.590 
1 .671.902 
1.899.916 
1.682.290 
1.6981718 
2.026.006 
1.201.273 
815.133 
2,595,80'. 


381,616 
79.911 
20.716 
28.255 
25.983 
25.067 
37.031 
28.218 
23.171 

115. 198 


39.762.213 

8.023.751 
2,750.330 
3.372.919 
3.237.281 
3.102.283 
1,810.076 
3.181.759 
2.363.576 
8.580. 085 


2.535.f>5l 

590,511 
189,511 
225.336 
2 1 7 . 20 1 
227.703 
31 1.239 
193.129 
135.222 
116.115 


279,110 
10.211 
11.126 
19.659 
18.030 
19.013 
28.158 
22.675 
18.936 
98,299 


31.120.761 
5.815.251 
2.389.837 
2.930.059 
2.835.553 
3.015.572 
1.396.327 
2.928.635 
2.193.065 
7.886.265 






2.035.136 




381.307 




152.878 








176.861 






10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants 


266.301 
169. 128 






Remainder of United States 


395*117 








Meat markets, flsb (Beafocd) markets 


Fruit 


stores, vegetable markets 


Candy, 


nut, conTectloneiy stores 




27.351 
1 1.630 
1.703 
1.916 
1.735 
1.022 
1.999 
1.221 
1.125 
t, 399 


2.128.117 
907 . 005 
155.111 
175.063 
150.231 
152.012 
172.385 
90.017 
67. 117 
257.613 


1511570 

(D) 

1 1 . 777 

12.871 

1 1.100 

12.039 

12.803 

6.275 

(D) 

15.602 


1 3 . 1 36 

5.119 
818 

1 .105 
970 
783 
911 
528 
111 

2.301 


181.503 
195.303 
31.835 
11.723 
36.516 
32.708 
38.290 
19,776 
12,150 
76.171 


28.157 

12.556 

l.'>20 

2.185 

2.122 

1 .973 

2.191 

811 

196 

3.858 


20,507 
8,500 
1 .211 
1 .736 
1.507 
1.153 
1.737 
1.031 
727 
2.192 


557.955 
215.825 
3t>.2=2 
IB. 297 
15.911 
11.591 
11.628 
21.670 
I0.O97 
59.110 






<•>) 




3.135 




1.352 




3.861 




3,567 




3,191 




1,658 




(DJ 




3,716 








Bakery products stores 


EATIBG, 


DRUnOSG PLACES, TOTAL ^ 


Eating places 
(Including refreshment stands) 


United States, total 


19.031 
5.790 
1.333 
1.6=3 
1.327 
1 .417 
1.873 
1.326 
1.002 
3.053 


862.290 
331.253 
63. 193 
77.522 
59.585 
67.101 
78.981 
18.102 
31.605 
91 .012 


ISO. 620 
59.965 
13.125 
17.651 
15.610 
15.321 
17.681 
9.801 
5.913 
15.517 


319.557 
51.177 
20.789 
21.911 
23.180 
23.711 
30.297 
22.121 
18.711 
91 .688 


13.101.051 

3.732.511 

1.038.531 

1 .127.253 

971.179 

995.320 

1 .130.955 

711.199 

582.891 

2.778.072 


2.51 1 .'■20 
829. C55 
228.858 
222.072 
188.709 
191 .711 
201.855 
125.505 
93.897 
125.217 


195.128 
35.781 
12.795 
15.113 
11.151 
11.695 
19.150 
11.135 
12.002 
56,355 


8.731.109 
2.526.320 
705.396 
773.050 
619.955 
655.811 
757.803 
195.185 
375.302 
1 .791.561 


1,699,220 




632,715 


250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 


171,757 
169,993 




111,111 




112,777 


10 OOO to 21 999 inhabitants 


153.550 


5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 


95.089 
69.068 




319.697 








Drinking places 


GENERAL MERCHAHDISE (KOUP, TOTAL ' 


Deparlanent stores 




123.S87 
28.282 
7.987 
9.153 
8.977 
8.997 
10.771 
7.629 
6.702 
35.079 


1.360.381 
1.201.127 
333.055 
353.571 
323.576 
337.998 
372.105 
215.381 
206.951 
983.016 


612.100 
196.910 
51.101 
52.079 
17.255 
18.951 
51,215 
30,516 
21.829 
105.520 


75.198 
8.786 
2.595 
3.650 
3.318 
3.768 
6.100 
5. '855 
6.030 

35.965 


17.872.385 
1.875,918 

(D) 
2.151.125 
1 .795.175 
1 .516.500 
1 .671.079 
881.515 

(D) 
2.273.723 


2.618.138 
850.059 

(D) 
355.186 
278.588 
250.171 
231.289 
111.911 

(D) 
170.571 


2,751 
275 
155 
315 
151 
560 
528 
203 
51 
95 


10.557.813 

3.910.639 

1 .659.21 1 

1 .606.851 

1 .258.817 

971(069 

680.211 

151.893 

29.667 

256.119 


1.773,230 




701,578 




263,60* 


100 000 to 2U9, 999 inhabitants 


273,857 




197,880 


25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitpnts 


153,217 


10,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants 


101,168 
22,010 


2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 


3,952 




32,961 








Variety stores 


Oeneral 


merchandise stores, n.e.c. 


APPAPEL, 


ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL' 




20.917 
2.818 
1.238 
1 .161 
1.327 
1 .378 
2. 192 
2. 166 
2.2=7 
6.037 


3.066.631 
557.091 
(D) 
351 .938 
331.138 
368.925 
151 .329 
291 .512 
(D) 
311.251 


181.053 
99.737 

(D) 
17,726 
51.918 
59.382 
70.855 
13.081 

(D) 
35.985 


51 .811 
5.596 
1 .265 
1 .>i13 
1 .515 
1 .306 
3.211 
3.119 
3.513 

29.153 


1.233.133 
376.552 
117.611 
195.231 
201.781 
303.069 
511.862 
110.229 
361.891 

1 .»-91.901 


390.855 
15.751 
12.916 
23.601 
25.750 
37.B75 
62.256 
16.820 
35.139 

100,721 


119,713 
28,786 

7,133 
10.737 
10.911 
12.252 
15.018 
10.588 

7.958 
15.327 


11 .078.209 

3.371.695 
952.138 

1 .305.032 

1 .183.033 
1 ,170,811 
1 ,219,713 

673,075 
122,8X2 
715,867 


1,166.099 




507,165 




(D) 


100,000 to 2^9,999 Inhabitants 


188,751 


50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants 

25,000 to U9.999 inhabitants 

10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants 


165,790 
153,319 
117.391 




70.025 


2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 


(D) 
68.838 








Shoe stores 


Women's 


clothing, specialty atorea 


FURm 
APPI 


TURE, HOME FURBISHIIIGS , 
OAKCE DEALERS, TOTAl' 




23.817 
5.3S7 
1.5=0 

?.ie5 

2. 301 
2.?37 
3.551 
2.U50 
1.285 
2.259 


1.895.252 
527.065 
1 76 . 306 
218.868 
i26.363 
^31. 153 
239.207 
106.^77 
18.912 
87.971 


213.597 
73.752 
21.933 
33.857 
?9.565 
29.217 
28.2=7 
11.299 
1.135 
8.152 


15.213 
11 .212 
2.515 
3.907 
1.211 
1.S39 
5.190 
3.950 
2.817 
5.202 


1.332. •'52 

1 .377.012 
351.570 
532.553 
178.088 
177.591 
502.992 
233.505 
125.01 1 
211.200 


598.015 
21 1 .173 
55.112 
7S.15B 
57.629 
61.298 
61 .527 
21.539 
11.631 
23.608 


91 .797 

16.115 
5.337 
7.668 
7.298 
8.016 

1 1.830 
8.592 
6.97b 

19.803 


8,619.002 

2.091.511 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

682.020 

1 .072.196 

531.287 

126.181 

1 .001.819 


1,166,550 




281. 3^3 




101.211 


100,000 to 2't9,999 Inhabitants 


!°! 




(D) 




128.903 


10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants 


117.628 
76.866 




16.057 


Remainder of United States 


102.159 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid dieclosure. (KA) Not available. n.e.c. Hot elsewhere claBfllfled. XXX Not applicable. (z) Lcbb than $500. ... Repreaenta lero. 
'includea kinds of businees not Bbovn separately; may alBO include data for eatabliBfaaeatB vitbout payroll which could not be claBBlfied by detailed kind of buBloesB. See intro- 
duction for explanation. ^May include data for establiBhments without payroll which could not be clasBlfled by detailed kind of buslnesB. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-73 



Table IL. RETAIL TRADE: 



1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll ^ 



Estab- 
llshnwnta 
(Nmnber) 



Sales 
(♦1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Betab- 

liabmentB 

(Number) 



Salea 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llshmentB 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Furniture, home furnishings stores 



Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



AlflOMOTIVE GROUP, TOTAL' 



Unl ted States , total 

Cities vlth"300,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to U99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2119.999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1(9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 Inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United states 



Uhlted States, total 

Cities vlUi--500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to U99,999 Inhabitants, 

100,000 to 2U9,999 Inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to It9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or n»re Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l<9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '•9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to lt99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2ll,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Citiee with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
■250,000 to lt99,999 Inhabitants 

100,000 to 2lt9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 

25,000 to lt9,999 Inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2lt,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to It, 999. inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vlth — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to lt99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



50<729 
lliOSB 
3.<:87 

U. 195 
ltiU5a 
61 121 

ai3aa 

3tJ70 
9iM2 



St373t919 

1 I'l39t237 

10) 

t>U2>U9lt 

(D) 

522.620 

oil 1322 

356.338 

212.906 

568.392 



7761033 
212(983 
73.702 
1011.739 
83.951 
78.760 
87.633 
15.238 
27.108 
61. 610 



10.512 
1.913 
2.011 
3.071 
3.053 
3.576 
5.655 
1.322 
3.582 

10.323 



3.237.323 

619.821 
(D) 
332.390 
(D) 
359.02a 
150.182 
277.585 
182.820 
131.879 



390, 317 
7 1 . 360 
30.539 
(D) 
(D) 
50.113 
59.995 
31 .^30 
18.619 
10,550 



85.953 
7.310 
1.501 
5.910 
5.913 
7.212 

12.206 

10.195 
b.960 

23.656 



29.911.997 
1.802.625 
(D) 
2.865.602 
2. 73b. 010 
2.930.331 
1.169.203 
2.830.161 
(D) 
1.966.236 



,789,899 
152.187 
230.796 
281.219 
271.636 
301.600 
10"^. 029 
258.717 
185,071 
400,281 



Passenger car dealers (franchlsed) 



Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 



Tire, batt«ry, accessory dealers 



11 .107 
2.211 
918 
1.387 
1.962 
2.973 

6. lei 

5.B97 

5.717 

II. 128 



25.107.981 
1.036.113 
1 .B57.871 
2.185.371 
2.213.958 
2.115.219 
3.585.989 
2.191 ,535 
1,972.309 
1,319,183 



,385.125 
380,908 
180,870 
222.111 
228.216 
257.722 
355.039 
232.959 
170.361 
356,906 



20.110 
2.569 
1 .981 
2.188 
2.096 
1 .971 
2.383 
1 .521 
1 .038 
1.090 



2.123.517 

(0) 

322.831 

(D) 

271.550 

233.139 

211.281 

132.813 

87.282 

30 1 . 3 1 9 



121,662 

(D) 

16,359 

(D) 

12,969 

11,153 

10,975 

5,576 

3,997 

15,200 



18,815 
2,030 
1,131 
1 ,172 
1 ,386 
1,710 
2,883 
2,393 
1 .968 
3.859 



1 .813.989 
211.501 
179.268 
231 .239 
201 .135 
201.308 
287.331 
176.913 
110.082 
17B.809 



211.775 
38.255 
2H.361 
35,706 
30,212 
28,721 
36,131 
18.656 
9.718 
15.982 



GASOLIHE SERVICE STATIONS 



LUMBER, EUimiNa MATERIALS, EARIMARE, 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS, TOTAL' 



Faun equipment dealers 



181 ,717 
16.751 
9.21 1 
12. 130 
1 1 .362 
12.B26 
19.211 
15.057 
13.829 
71 , 181 



10.713.812 

1 .397*217 

662.512 

838.111 

771 ,397 

875,057 

1,213.118 

899 . 1 15 

719.612 

3.305.953 



8 35.965 

135.637 
61.216 
73.815 
66.058 
71,169 

101,578 
68,311 
51,597 

199,951 



100.519 
9.608 
3.959 
5.010 
5.092 
5,872 
10,151 
9.301 
9.515 
11 .595 



1 3.123,528 

1 .313.797 

672.511 

899,519 

891 .632 

1 .007,320 

1 ,658,850 

1 ,259.181 

1 .135.178 

1,281,637 



1 .195.353 
161.300 
86.612 
11 5. ■'09 
1 17.f77 
133.920 
201.980 
117.331 
121 .081 
101.110 



16.589 

89 

153 

231 

315 

571 

1 .578 

2.012 

2.389 

1 1,321 



2.801.532 

11,997 

22,133 

50,606 

71.133 

1 12.215 

331.205 

336.711 

375.753 

1 .181,735 



256,151 

1,585 

2,11a 

5.85? 

8.525 

13.652 

36,530 

33.378 

31.350 

121,711 



Lumber, building materials dealers 



Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 



Hardware stores 



30. 177 
2.079 
1.211 
1.556 
1 .01 1 
1 .931 
3.160 
2.730 
2.755 

13.1 11 



6.502.861 
762.521 
132.583 
519.211 
523.157 
523.305 
810.181 
559.183 
163.909 

1 .877.905 



759,071 
93,166 
53,159 
65,901 
66.163 
65.210 
97,191 
67,750 
51,910 

196, 29P 



16,501 
2,735 
1 .021 
1 .101 
1 .569 
1 .671 
2,585 
1 ,501 
997 
3,012 



1 ,1 15,197 
230.782 
109.175 
136.333 
127.520 
132.591 
119.837 
58.825 
11 .166 
118,615 



172,322 

33,916 

(D) 

(D) 

20,307 

21 ,311 

22,781 

9,828 

7,863 

15.121 



31.858 
1.661 
1 .535 
1 .809 
1 .553 
1 .572 
3.099 
3.019 
3.318 

11.132 



2,691, 318 
CD) 
10b. 203 
15^.151 
156.270 
238.570 
363.630 
292.207 
(D) 
801,165 



305.606 
35.501 
(D) 
(D) 
22.682 
3?,7I1 
1H.17e 
36.368 
26.928 
70.671 



DRUG STORES, PROFRIEIARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES, TOTAL' 



Liquor stores 



56.009 
1 1.618 
3.855 
1.899 
1.205 
3.976 
5.152 
1.279 
3.925 
13.770 



5,251 ,791 
1 .138.337 
156.956 
522.636 
170. 130 
171.712 
516.892 
100.138 
315.275 
856.502 



558.185 
150.879 
(D) 
66.921 
62.817 
55.181 
81.051 
18.586 
(D) 
85.189 



226.903 
13.119 
11.321 
16.615 
17.790 
16.162 
25.712 
16.216 
15.090 
55.211 



15.985.881 
3.285.659 

(D) 
1 .101 .316 
1 .251 .597 
1 .216.933 
1 .708.035 
1 .151,115 

(D) 
3.871 .212 



1 ,173,007 

369,883 

(0) 

156,717 

(D) 

127.673 

150.705 

88.211 

61.701 

251 .197 



31,210 
5,923 

2,111 
2,787 
2,597 
2,195 
2,991 
1 .913 
1 .801 
7,589 



3,180,769 
878,092 

(D) 
302,099 

(D) 
219,265 
321 ,311 
187,986 
115,716 
532,915 



163,286 

(D) 

12,616 

16,278 

(D) 

1 1 ,869 

11,177 

6,105 

6,716 

27,505 



Fuel, ice dealers 



Feed, farm, garden supply stores 



Jewelry stores 



27,070 
3,518 

1. 191 

2. 137 
2.051 
2. 113 
2,650 
2.300 
1.971 
8.909 



2.812.011 
(D) 
(D) 
263iu00 
253.127 
220,672 
278.731 
191.162 
155.132 
675,691 



31 1,216 
(D) 
15,518 
(D) 
26,715 
25,955 
32,737 
22,661 
15,666 
70,370 



23,792 

188 

535 

758 

765 

1 .083 

2.297 

2.322 

2.535 

12.908 



1.093.156 
59,531 
72.201 
135,029 
128,019 
190.665 
151,888 
139.611 
191 .879 

2.1 1 1,611 



235.135 

5.115 

(D) 

10.711 

(D) 

12.707 

29,971 

25,516 

25.835 

1 10.129 



21.266 
1.583 
1 .551 
1 .967 
1 .916 
2i225 
3.389 
2.516 
2.216 
3.510 



.107.918 

377,716 

(D) 

175,190 

153,163 

152,807 

157,167 

88,199 

(D) 

72,110 



213,908 
59,793 
28,393 
29,689 
25,251 
21,769 
23.857 
10.526 
5.273 
6.251 



Standard Votes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (Na) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero, 
'includes JtltKlB of business not shown separately; may also include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanation. 'May include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



1-74 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IL. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Est&b- 
llsbmentB 
(Number) 



Sslei 
(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 

entire ye*r 

(ti.OOO) 



Estab- 

llBbseDtB 

(number } 



Salea 
(tl,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

(♦1,000) 



Eatab- 
llahmenta 
(Ifuiober) 



Salea 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 

(ii,ooo) 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or nD^ Inhabitants .. . 
250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2^*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21t,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 Inhabitants.... 

Pemalnder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or nore Inhabitants... 
250,000 to '•99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.. 

>,u00 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to lt99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2U9,999 Inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2U,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to li,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to U99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l>9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to l»,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



Book, stationery stores 



Sporting goods, bicycle stores 



811)5 
2i733 

511 
730 
745 
750 

l>oie 

599 
313 
686 



5751620 
2201416 
49(340 
66 1 805 
54 I 1 82 
54(101 
63 1 795 
26(929 
11 (512 
28(510 



87t384 
36|695 
9 1 265 
I 1 ( 1 54 
ai«39 
7(829 
8(091 
2(495 
829 
2(587 



10(013 

1 (192 

644 

822 

818 

1 (069 

I (64« 

882 

621 

2(321 



450(792 
(D) 
43(186 
53(768 
52(429 
57(844 
64(106 
26(803 
(D) 
58(404 



43(564 
9(398 
5(102 
6(516 
5(676 
5(777 
4(794 
1 (676 
844 
3(981 



16(279 
3(360 
1 (186 
1 (372 
1 (290 
1 (362 
1 (978 
1 (536 
1 (31 1 
2(884 



495(553 
122(501 

(D) 
52(782 
47(276 
50(0*4 
62(977 
38(539 

(D) 
54(090 



75(917 
(D) 
(D) 
9(047 
8(142 
8(092 
9(357 
4(575 
2(282 
6(928 



Cigar stores, stands 



RewB dealers, newsstands 



Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 



6(068 
2(429 
588 
641 
514 
499 
556 
283 
158 
400 



233(124 

1 08 ( 079 

19(498 

21 (448 

1 7 ( 562 

18(724 

19(927 

9(884 

5(195 

12(807 



16(948 

7(649 

1(624 

1(595 

1(427 

1(455 

1(472 

694 

403 

629 



7(178 
2(268 
290 
533 
555 
564 
855 
654 
461 
998 



248(438 
(D) 
1 1(443 
17(138 
19(837 
20(572 
34(300 
23(335 
(D) 
35(218 



17(962 
5(981 

828 
1(265 
1 (546 
1 (^94 
2(241 
1 (380 

853 
2(274 



12(149 

2(666 

607 

848 

975 

991 

1 (270 

946 

676 

3(170 



282(966 

(D) 
14(454 
19(730 
24(923 
25(334 
28(905 
19(306 

(0) 
60(061 



25(955 
7(903 
1(661 
1(731 
2(195 
2(3I»2 
2(560 
1(634 
91S 
5(016 



Music stores 



era, photographic supply stores 



ROBSTORE RETAILERS, TOTAL 



5(810 
1(286 
492 
714 
675 
721 
900 
430 
196 
396 



375(330 
110(749 
45(941 
57(256 
46(445 
41 (534 
42(032 
1 5 ( 1 50 
4(111 
12(112 



52 I 097 

18(440 

7(927 

8(257 

5(979 

4(856 

4(067 

1(355 

286 

930 



2(896 
754 
190 
315 
313 
379 
399 
185 
97 
264 



273(101 

107(039 

28(749 

36(807 

32(845 

29(386 

22(941 

7(224 

2(582 

10(528 



31 (848 

11 (106 

3(526 

5(214 

4(183 

3(451 

2(596 

704 

185 

881 



78(508 
19(214 
5(665 
7(635 
6(364 
6(113 
7(845 
4(914 
3(731 
16(827 



4(513(875 

1 (736(902 

706(317 

(D) 

(0) 

243(957 

374(794 

137(262 

126(719 

456(526 



597(865 

252(111 

(D) 

(D) 

49(177 

33(535 

37(250 

12(510 

10(564 

40(432 



Mall order houses 



Direct selling (house-to-house) 
organizations 



Merchandise vending machine operators 



2(019 

646 
142 
165 
145 
106 
161 
73 
59 
322 



1(604(939 

869(725 

(0) 

(D) 

(D) 

17(975 

69(498 

13(395 

(Dl 

70(429 



224(352 

130(133 

(01 

(D) 

6(994 

2(708 

4(305 

1(741 

(D) 

9(607 



70(774 
17(228 
5(151 
6(774 
5(565 
5(399 
7(006 
4(486 
3(440 
15(705 



2(272(840 
657(601 
191(063 
275(277 
210(571 
170(405 
255(072 
103(859 
74(701 
334(291 



319(156 

102(300 

33(023 

50(220 

36(830 

25(762 

29(669 

9(382 

5(429 

26(541 



5(715 
1(140 
572 
696 
634 
608 
678 
355 
232 
800 



636(096 

209(576 

(D) 

92(129 

65(855 

55(577 

50(224 

20(008 

(D) 

51(806 



54(377 

19(676 

(D) 

7(623 

5(353 

5(065 

3(276 

1(367 

(D) 

4,261 



Standard Votes: (D) Withheld to avoid dlaclosuie. (KA) Bot avmllAbl«. a.e.c. lot alaevtere claisified. XXX Hot applicable. (z) Lcaa than $500. 



Represents sero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-75 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 19V4-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE 

Establishments. Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city alze 



E«Ub- 

liabnents 

(Number) 



Salei 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Eatftb- 

li8)liieDta 

(Nunber) 



Salea 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Eatab- 

llahmenta 

(Number) 



S&lea 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



NEW ENGLAND 



United Statea, tot«l 

Cltlea with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1(99,999 lnhiibl,t<ints 
100,000 to 2't9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to It9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2ll,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants 

Pemalnder of United States 



Ihil ted States, total 

Cities with"500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l>9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '•9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2ll,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 

250,000 to lt99,999 Inhabitants 

100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1>9,999 Inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2U,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith--500,000 or more InhaDItanta . . . 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to I*, 999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vlth--500,000 or mere inhal>itants. .. 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 iniabltanta . . 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



RETAIL ITIAEE, TOTAL 



POOD STORES, TOTAL' 



Grocery stores 



112.807 
91410 

21i232 

11*1483 

12l087 

8i763 

2i233 

li051 

43.548 



101911 l46B 

1 13201824 

• •• 

2l299il31 

1l538i553 

1 1 1 80 1 696 

8 1 6 1 038 

1981438 

881861 

3l468i»27 



1i207i892 
1>t6i292 

2881089 

178i335 

12Si208 

81i264 

181626 

7i683 

3191395 



21319 

5i063 
3i500 
2i770 
1 i947 
521 
251 
9,217 



Zl753i616 
5111370 

501 i341 
580i075 
297 1 884 
210i763 
53i762 
25i<)71 
9721450 



1801256 

231168 

• • • 

35 1 306 
261648 
19i327 
l2iB62 
3 1040 
1 1442 
581463 



16l588 

1 i069 

• •• 

2 i960 
2i037 
1 i793 
1 1471 

421 

185 

6i651 



2i367 
241 

397 

320 
254 
190 
50 
24 
887 



l085 

1160 

• • • 

l752 

l945 
531 
922 
i134 
l583 
058 



145i698 
16l844 

25i492 
21l033 
15i61 1 
10i<*10 
2i782 
1i333 
51i693 



Heat markets, fish (aeafood) markets 



Prult stores, Tegetable markets 



Candy, nut, confectionery atores 



Uhl ted States, total 

Cities vlth--500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2l*,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to I*, 999 inhabitants.... 
Reasinder of United States 



1 ,776 


130 


197 


306 


27 


042 


• •• 




• •• 


405 


37 


401 


248 


17 


924 


192 


13 


996 


115 


7 


346 


21 


1 


832 


8 




220 


481 


24 


436 



9i366 

2l297 

2l746 

1|302 

ll020 

481 

98 

11 

1l411 



1 1173 
165 

268 

166 

130 

52 

16 

5 

351 



43i777 
8i370 

10i393 
6ll62 

5l436 

ll905 

441 

114 

10l956 



2l538 
571 

• • • 

650 

421 

250 

88 

12 

4 

542 



885 

72 

• •• 

229 

121 

103 

60 

20 

7 

273 



26i700 

3i060 

• • • 

8l155 

3i7S0 

3l065 

1 l566 

34b 

206 

6l550 



(d) 

437 

675 
435 
243 
112 
23 

(d) 

726 



Bakery products stores 



KATDiG, nRimcnio puces, total 



Eating places 
(including refreshment stands) 



11893 
188 

434 
299 
207 
129 
31 
16 
589 



68 


430 


S 


508 




• •• 


18 


218 


11 


725 


7 


739 


4 


353 




776 




345 


16 


766 



(d) 
11612 

4i177 

2i636 

1l664 

906 

114 

(D) 

2i698 



1 81 367 

1 i703 

3l744 
2i183 
1 i953 
1 1282 
273 
123 
7lT06 



7801521 
1261078 

167i673 

98 1 257 

76l217 

42i838 

7i936 

3i871 

2571651 



1641737 

33i248 

• • • 

351781 

20 1 989 

15i272 

81IO8 

1 1416 

641 

49 1282 



12l768 

1 1O8I 

• •• 

2i345 

1l403 

ll308 

885 

216 

99 

5i431 



5831100 

91 i145 

• • • 

1181484 

71 i406 

54i231 

31 i945 

61541 

3 1 266 

206 1082 



1261885 
25i017 

26i585 

15i705 

10i890 

6i319 

1l229 

571 

40i569 



Drinking places 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP, TOTAL 



Department atores 



5i559 
618 

li393 

776 

645 

395 

55 

24 

I1653 



I 97 1 009 
34 1 893 

• •• 
491143 
261813 
21 1986 
101841 
1 i363 

605 
51 i365 



37i852 
8i231 

9il96 
5i284 
4i382 
1l789 
187 
70 
8i713 



4i573 
298 

663 

487 

454 

308 

94 

47 

2i222 



1l040i394 
243i383 

288i114 

148i932 

1051053 

60i500 

12i279 

4i779 

177i354 



167i576 

44 1 680 

• • • 

52 1 BOO 

23i774 

161402 

8iU57 

1l733 

651 

181879 



203 


611 i460 


12 


2I2166I 


• •• 


• •• 


47 


1951211 


47 


91 i331 


49 


55i316 


71 


161237 


3 


(0) 


• •• 


• •• 


24 


(D) 



109i737 
39i767 

37i631 

14i937 

9, 197 

2i425 

(0) 



Variety atores 



General merchandise stores, n.e.c. 



APPAREL, ACCIBSORIES STORES, TOTAL 



li490 
92 

214 
200 
201 
125 
47 
23 
588 



2361470 

1 8 1 379 

• •■ 

53 1662 

401693 

32 1 237 

25 1 557 

6 1792 

3i325 

55 1 825 



56 1862 

3i410 

9l091 
61 696 
4i906 
3i624 
It 001 
495 
7i639 



2i838 
190 

394 
232 

198 

160 

42 

24 

1 i598 



191i710 
12l305 

39i085 
16i726 
17i338 
18i6S4 

(D) 
1i494 

(D) 



20lT77 

1 i503 

• •• 

61078 

2l141 

2i299 

2l40e 

(D) 

1S6 

(D) 



9i122 

927 

• •• 

21033 

1 1420 

ll213 

807 

223 

92 

2 1407 



7761348 

117i315 

• •• 

2231602 

143i286 

86i814 

521438 

12i221 

4i872 

1351800 



109i902 
20i399 

33i876 

2O1683 

11i511 

61 507 

li332 

559 

15i035 



Women's clothing, specialty stores 



FURNITURE, BDME FURNISHING 
APPLIANCE DEALERS, TOTAL 



1l900 
207 

421 
324 
271 
172 
49 
16 
440 



1331 022 

21 1813 

• •• 

371931 

231250 

17i736 

91944 

2i491 

•840 

191017 



17i319 
3i597 

5 1054 
3i021 
2 1 092 
lllSI 
228 
110 
2i066 



3i410 
307 
• •• 
749 
512 
458 
321 
81 
32 
950 



302 1 083 
5O1I9I 

89i7g9 
51i078 
34i116 
19i002 
4il73 
ll292 
52i442 



44i914 

8l518 

• •• 

14i593 
7l610 
5l031 
2 1393 
496 
176 
6 1097 



6l463 
509 
• •• 

ll233 
834 
725 
590 
155 
76 

2i34l 



5171605 

57 1 596 

• • • 

1421577 

791736 

64l463 

41i147 

71880 

3i731 

1201475 



76i732 
9i081 

21l993 

12i377 

9i644 

61O37 

I1OI3 

613 

15i974 



JBtaadarA lot*a; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) lot availabla. a.«.e. tot eljcvteT* claaaifiad. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Repreaenta zero, 
nnrlmles klmdj of bualneas not ahovn acparatelyj may also include data far sllalil lalwwila without p^roU vfalch coulA Dot be daaalfiad by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanatioa. 'Nay i"^i'»i» data for eatabllahBents without pajrrall «hl«fa eowld ivt be claasified by detailed kiml of bualnesa. See Introduction for explanation. 



1-76 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

1954_GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Estab- 

llshmeptB 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llahments 

(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



EBtab- 

llshmentB 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



NEiV ENGLAND — Continued 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants,., 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 iBhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith--'500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 iJihabitants.... 

2,500 to l+,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total , 

Cities with— 500,000 or mare inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to l*,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



Itaited States , total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States , 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to l*,999 Inhabitants.,.. 
Remainder of United States 



Furniture, home furnishings stores 



Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



AUTOMOTIVE CROUP, TOTAL* 



3.639 


311 


.029 


363 


39 


.216 


• •• 




• *• 


759 


91 


.132 


505 


48 


864 


408 


36 


732 


29 3 


21 


795 


61 


3 


443 


33 


2 


012 


1 |217 


67 


835 



48.514 
6.549 

14.683 
7.917 
5.787 
3.403 
464 
366 
9.345 



2.770 
144 

466 

323 

315 

295 

94 

43 

1 .090 



206.004 
18.555 

51.269 
30.794 
27.681 
19.346 
4.437 
1.719 
52.402 



28.218 

2.532 

. • • 

7.310 
4.460 
3.857 
2.634 
549 
247 
6.629 



5.016 
198 
• •• 
743 
560 
565 
521 
142 
66 

2.221 



1 .758.552 

131.240 

• • • 

346.400 

247.712 

212.308 

157.528 

37.893 

15.276 

610.195 



172.03" 
12.7iJ 

35.055 
25.327 
21 .317 
15.561 
4.008 
1.288 
56.761 



Passenger car dealers (franchised) 



Paasen^r car dealers (nonfranchlaed) 



Tire, battery, accessory dealers 



2.610 
78 

219 

239 

2P5 

29R 

92 

38 

1 .360 



1l529 
113 

276 
215 
186 
138 
34 



.519 
484 
■ • • 

.715 
. 147 
752 
680 
.212 
.011 
.518 



150.927 
10.805 

?7 . 8 1 8 
22.096 
19.072 
13.823 
3.787 
1.169 
52.357 



1 .156 
55 

281 

154 

145 

91 

21 

14 

395 



1 13.984 

(D) 

• • • 

37.246 

14.965 

12.426 

9.386 

2.181 

(Dl 

28.478 



6.973 
(D) 
• • • 

2.279 
952 
744 
^21 
104 
(D) 

1.712 



927 

58 

• ■• 

205 

129 

110 

101 

24 

12 

288 



90.004 

9.262 

• •« 

29.691 

14.458 

10.758 

7.789 

1.089 

620 

16.337 



OASOLINE SERVICE STATIOBS 



LUMBEB, BUILDISG MATEEIAIS, HATOWARE 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS, TOTAL^ 






.315 


572 


362 




405 


29 


401 




• •• 




• •• 


1 


.528 


93 


222 


1 


.155 


67 


762 




979 


60 


537 




749 


44 


797 




192 


10 


623 




92 


5 


151 


5 


.214 


260 


669 



39.032 

2.593 

6.706 

4.810 

4.206 

3.10? 

752 

368 

16.495 



4.823 
259 

694 
531 
479 
418 
105 
74 



662.488 
29.754 

125.903 
85.351 

74.071 

58.61 1 

1 1.749 

7.035 

268.114 



85.427 

3.898 

. • • 

18.104 

12.114 

10.082 

7.253 

1 .617 

917 

31 .242 



377 
8 



5 
22 
29 
11 
11 
283 



50.234 

2.726 

• •• 

1.027 

862 

2.880 

4.326 

1 .540 

§25 

36.048 



Lumber, building materials dealers 



Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 



Hardware stores 



1.436 


357 


390 


45 


11 


139 


• ■• 




• •• 


1S6 


72 


393 


159 


51 


155 


156 


45 


047 


1 14 


28 


069 


27 


4 


871 


23 


4 


029 


725 


150 


687 



46.252 
1.294 

10.253 

5.956 

5.959 

3.106 

833 

553 

17.278 



.062 
62 

207 
164 
141 
1 18 
31 
14 
325 



70.422 
4.111 

20.843 
10.680 
9.903 
6.920 
1 .553 
491 
15.821 



10.384 

620 

■ • • 

3.297 

1 .472 

1 .542 

936 

272 

73 

2.172 



1.926 
142 
• •• 
291 
201 
158 
155 
37 
24 
918 



174.228 

1 1 .756 

• • • 

31.628 

23.648 

17.105 

19.280 

3.585 

1 .682 

65.434 



DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARI STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES, TOTAL ' 



Liquor stores 



4.034 


340 


348 


416 


35 


682 


• •• 




■ •• 


a55 


76 


041 


537 


53 


1 17 


406 


34 


063 


277 


21 


239 


82 


5 


489 


40 


2 


486 


1.421 


112 


231 



41.552 
4.932 

9.035 

6.696 

4.328 

2.612 

647 

259 

13.043 



18.327 
1 .685 

3.357 
2.399 
1 .922 
1 .395 
367 
164 
7.038 



1 .385.134 
154.341 

262.239 
187.753 
143.259 
107.496 
36.886 
14.719 
479.441 



129.336 
19.400 

28.965 

18.875 

13.109 

8.485 

2.769 

879 

36.854 



3.084 
270 
• •• 
575 
375 
311 
197 
48 
30 

1.1TB 



283.887 

38.154 

• •• 

51 .009 

39.965 

27.538 

20.131 

5.960 

3.038 

98.082 



Fuel, ice dealers 



Feed, farm, garden supply stores 



Jewelry stores 



4.218 


475 


910 


249 


34 


337 


• •• 




• • • 


660 


95 


429 


591 


79 


828 


461 


47 


980 


350 


35 


555 


90 


15 


465 


35 


3 


380 


1.781 


163 


926 



44.763 
3.090 

9.072 
7.743 
4.191 
3.259 
1.405 
280 
15.723 



022 


225 


213 


7 




284 


• ■• 




• a • 


50 


14 


868 


43 


12 


403 


91 


25 


236 


82 


24 


594 


37 


9 


852 


29 


5 


725 


673 


131 


251 



(D) 

28 

• • • 

1 .194 

934 

1 .436 

1 .134 

548 

(d) 

7.035 



1.463 
203 
• •• 
305 
210 
193 
141 
46 
15 
390 



98.638 

26.434 
• • • 

26.472 

15.812 
10.590 
6.874 
1.359 
387 
10.700 



12 


.207 


1 


.316 




• • • 


4 


525 


2 


.085 


1 


317 




990 




115 




41 


1 


.718 



Farm equipment dealers 



■^.461 
359 

132 

98 

322 

467 

167 

62 

3.854 



23.330 

1.625 

• •« 

4.422 

3.588 

2.249 

2.744 

545 

219 

7.93s 



18.713 

3.206 

• •« 

5.668 

3.063 

1.730 

962 

197 

107 

5.780 



15.725 
3. 987 

4. 855 

2.532 

1.890 

948 

197 

45 

1.271 



Standard Hotee: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (Ba) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere claBBlfled. XXX Not applicable. iZ) Less than $500. ... Represents lero. 
^Includes kinds of business not shown separately] may also include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanation. ^May include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-77 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE; 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



NEW ENGLAND— Continued 



Uni ted States . total 

Cities wlth--50O,0OO or more Inhabitants... 
350,000 to U99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21t9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
35,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to alt, 999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 249,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or mope Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Salee 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



United States, total 

CitieB with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 mhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants. 

Remainder of United States 



Book, stationery stores 



638 
99 



M6 
105 



6 
150 



til 172 

101342 

• •• 

12i285 

6.175 

11536 

2t632 

1*55 

247 

7t490 



6i9Ul 

2l134 

• •• 

1f9R4 
89U 
623 
364 
71 
20 
851 



Estab- 

lishmentB 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Sporting goods, bicycle stores 



Cigar stores, stands 



430 
IIS 

1 10 
57 
50 
26 
4 
5 
60 



20.597 
7.288 

4.561 
2.901 
2.096 
1.228 
171 
171 
2.181 



1.232 
527 



102 

56 



11 
118 



Music stores 



342 
34 



15.012 

3.539 

• •• 

4.939 

2.282 

1 .533 

880 

(D) 

ID) 

1 .644 



2.033 
795 

631 
242 

182 

73 

(D) 

(01 

95 



Mail order houses 



84 > 2 1 5 
10) 

• • • 
10.733 

859 

1.895 

(Dl 

• • • 
101 

12.932 



10.986 
(01 

1.009 

98 

232 

(01 
• •• . 
(01 
1.286 



24 

99 
97 
87 
74 
22 
1 
324 



28.862 

2.508 

• • • 

7.397 
3.779 
3.868 
2.559 
554 
101 

to) 



2.731 
353 

• • • 
<I23 
31 1 
462 
238 
26 
101 
(D) 



News dealers, nevsstands 



643 
60 

119 
74 
60 
52 
17 
6 

235 



36.402 
6.013 

3.760 

3.060 

3.?54 

3. "19 

845 

331 

15.320 



3.180 
744 
• • • 
232 
282 
?96 
270 
70 
23 

1.263 



Gstab- 

lisfaments 

(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



91 

210 

166 

127 

94 

20 

5 

431 



31.671 

3.139 

• t • 

6.725 

4.377 

4.336 

2.565 

381 

43 

10.105 



5,010 
472 

1.01"= 

665 

BZ? 

391 

36 

3 

1.586 



Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 



Camera, photographic supply stores 



238 
26 

43 
40 
33 

19 



(D) 
3.935 

5.367 

2.864 

1.598 

841 

196 

(") 



(d) 

587 

• • • 

777 

376 

177 

80 

23 

• • • 

(d) 



Direct selling (house-to-house) 
organizations 



5.596 
633 
• • • 

1 .183 

796 

553 

423 

71 

43 

1 .894 






190.649 
30.877 

43.997 
33.077 
17.914 
1 1 .263 
1 .169 
515 
51.837 



26.549 

4.437 

• •• 

8.000 

5.123 

2.259 

1.393 

84 

25 

5.228 



1.166 

88 

• •• 

137 

104 

94 

65 

18 

7 

653 



23.202 

2.892 

• • • 

3.091 

2.255 

2.119 

1 .1 14 

184 

125 

1 1 .422 



2.200 
335 

306 

165 

IbO 

94 

11 

15 

1.094 



NONSTORE RETAILERS, TOTAL 



6.179 
690 
• •• 

1 .319 

877 

621 

469 

78 

46 

2.079 



323.100 

84.664 

72.019 
45.572 
25.127 
18.681 
1.520 
970 
74.547 



41.512 
12.170 

10.468 
6.042 
3.010 
2.290 
99 
66 
7.367 



Merchandise vending machine operators 



424 
33 

• ■• 

107 

67 

54 

38 

7 



48.236 


3.977 


(0) 


(D) 


• •• 


• • • 


17.289 


1 .459 


1 1 .626 


821 


5.318 


519 


(D) 


(D) 


351 


IS 


(0) 


(0) 


9.778 


853 



Standard Botes: (d) Withheld to avoid dlBclosure. (HA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



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Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Eetab- 

llabDentB 

(Number) 



Sales 
(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

(tl.OOO) 



Estab- 

llBtanentl 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 
($1,000) 



Estab- 

llsbBentB 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 Inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--50C),000 or more inhaljltants... 
250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l+,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2, 500 to ll,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 21+, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1+9,999 Inhabitants. . 

10,000 to 2l+,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to l+,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States. . . .^ 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21+9,999 Inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2l»,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to l+,999 inhabitant?.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500",000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to l+,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



RETAIL TRABE, TOTAL 



FOOD STORES, TOTAL' 



Grocery stores 



366,978 
132i9ie 
131655 
22.390 
23.332 
21.351 
37.351 
27.108 
19.02U 
71.859 



35,053.819 
13.205.179 
1.163.506 
21278.110 
2.311.063 
2.358.219 
3.873.095 
2.157.711 
1.688.509 
5, '+85, 361 



3.886,537 
1.668.081 
175.277 
270.961 
275.017 
2*7.550 
392.918 
229.912 
139.775 
166,953 



92,675 
38.971 
3.700 
5.711 
5.795 
1.732 
B.251 
6.009 
1.006 
15,170 



8.869.289 

3.271.801 
335.721 
527.931 
563.809 
510.206 

1.012.371 
733.988 
151.963 

1 .127.890 



601 .361 
236.936 
21.081 
35.999 
37.826 
37.276 
67.837 
50.069 
28.867 
85.170 



50,655 
16.271 
1 .811 
3.170 
3.309 
2.857 
5.369 
1.011 
2.717 
10, 771 



6. 721. 211 
2.018.716 
210. 883 
111.787 
150.319 
110.900 
870.395 
639.127 
399.001 
1 .220.053 



116.196 
130. 711 
13.761 
25.003 
27.933 
27.966 
51.972 
11.191 
21.171 
70.155 



Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 



Fruit stores, vegetable markets 



Candy, nut, confectionery stores 



n .666 


876.625 


7.299 


535.217 


192 


10.758 


521 


15.155 


557 


39.886 


393 


35.996 


611 


51 . 178 


398 


33 . 068 


289 


19.012 


1.102 


71.325 



60.877 
38.019 
2.702 
3.231 
2.693 
2.960 
3.381 
2.328 
1.051 
1.176 



5.352 

3.219 
183 
278 
271 
195 
276 
180 
136 
581 



191.153 

119.731 

6.030 

10.288 
8.698 
7.815 

12.133 
7.271 
3.956 

18.501 



11.237 
7.112 
291 
(D) 
(D) 
113 
779 
377 
150 
773 



10.231 

5.266 

557 

595 

788 
519 
766 
198 
289 
953 



276 .018 
112.963 
16.128 
16.126 
21 .770 
15.612 
19.111 
13.29S 
7.018 
23.689 



11.8e9 

7.580 

726 

1.161 

1.200 

877 

1.117 

816 

39B 

9B7 



Bakery products stores 



EATING, imnnciiiG places, TOTAL^ 



Eating places 
(including refreBlnent stands) 



5 


.907 


312.756 


2 


.691 


175. 157 




256 


12.903 




378 


19.121 




318 


15.986 




317 


15.367 




185 


21.775 




lie 


16.721 




212 


8.611 




732 


26.769 



65.317 
35.806 
2.153 
1.169 
3.687 
3.189 
5.109 
3.533 
1.769 
5.002 



71.815 
21.706 
2.997 
1.111 
1.887 
3.808 
6.801 
1.922 
3.591 
15.689 



3.361.160 
1.601.909 
115.220 
185.515 
198.029 
152.753 
239.779 
169.563 
125.590 
538.866 



551.221 
360.035 
28.051 
32.863 
35.151 
25.821 
39.817 
27.816 
20.172 
82.862 



11.371 
15.013 
1.190 
2.318 
2.552 
2.130 
3.871 
2.767 
2.099 
9.131 



2.228.156 

1 .152.183 

81.115 

108.062 

117.656 

91.903 

119.681 

105.187 

77.399 

338.357 



180. 162 
276.939 
18.902 
(dT 
23.612 
19,023 
27.957 
19.793 

(d) 

58.259 



Drinking places 



gekeral merchahdise ckoup, total 



Department stores 



30.321 
9.655 
1.507 
2.122 
2.329 
1.670 
2.903 
2. Ill 
1 .181 
6.510 



1.130.955 
151 .605 
51 .805 
77.102 
60.279 
57.706 
89.893 
61.339 
18.183 
199.553 



171.059 

83.095 

9.119 

(d) 

1 1 . 809 
7.801 

1 1 . 890 
8.023 

to) 

21.503 



12.577 

1.173 

101 

611 

618 

668 

1.111 

871 

691 

3.207 



3.359.568 
1 .597.112 
203i'>59 
285.753 
258.900 
281.277 
276.360 
129.391 
50.519 
260.997 



533.755 
272.358 
37.180 
17.162 
15.251 
13.619 
10.509 
17.715 
5.071 
23.57B 



382 
65 
II 
12 
50 
53 
90 
28 
3 
20 



•115.016 

(D) 

(D) 

201. 1U1 

177.780 

151.538 

108.075 

32.868 

931 

69.178 



368.977 

!d1 
31.137 

31.116 
26.592 
16.758 

5.123 
171 

8.131 



Variety stores 



General merchandise stores, n.e.c. 



APPAREL, ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL' 



3.325 

1.003 
101 
188 
203 
195 
108 
319 
281 
591 



678.713 
210.672 
27.008 
62.265 
53.139 
57. 121 
1 06 . 1 07 
63.785 
27.952 
18.169 



111.718 

38.350 

5.019 

10.163 

10.657 

11.011 

16.731 

9.337 

3.851 

6.313 



8.828 
3.335 
280 
109 
313 
396 
607 
195 
101 
2.559 



533.237 

(D) 

(D) 

22.351 

27.781 
52.0 17 
52.029 
32.701 
21.567 
112.580 



53.031 
(D) 

(d) 

2.552 

3.170 
5.013 
7.007 
3.255 
2.012 
8.831 



33.205 
11.693 
1 .317 
2.216 
2.103 
2.185 
3.895 
2.335 
1.357 
2.502 



3.121 .558 
1 .528.889 
160.921 
225.776 
210.595 
238.581 
265.739 
129.311 
67.875 
112.838 



121.012 
238.273 
21.385 
32.101 
33.014 
30.567 
33.317 
12.382 
6.060 
13.613 



Shoe stores 



Women's clothing, specialty stores 



FURMITURE, HCME FURNISEINOS, 
APPLIANCE DEALERS, TOTAL 



5.150 
2.160 
278 
161 
185 
516 
833 
157 
257 
398 



191. Ill 
221.310 
22.673 
13. 150 
15.280 
16.059 
58.170 
21.192 
9.351 
20.616 



63.621 
31.272 
2.917 
5.761 
5.732 
5.756 
6.558 
2.601 
716 
2.219 



13.697 

5.218 

168 

916 

980 

1 .053 

1 .631 

935 

190 

966 



1 .312.062 

691 .166 

19.958 

100.613 

101.573 

101.301 

1 18.570 

50.829 

21.558 

67.339 



183.197 

101.282 

5.811 

11.880 

11.863 

11.220 

11.523 

1.900 

2.312 

6.673 



19.169 
7.258 

6S3 
1 .166 
1 .258 
1.327 
2.271 
1.511 

993 
3.011 



1 .913.175 
828.013 

93.391 
1 18 . 2 1 9 
136.526 
152.101 
223.311 
117.170 

65.219 
179.189 



251,162 
103.151 
13.320 
22.101 
20.511 
21.501 
32.660 
11.137 
7,711 
18,961 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (Na) Hot available. n.e.c. Hot elsewhere classified. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) Lees than $500. ... Represents tero. 
'Includes kinds of business not shown separately; may also Include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Intro- 
duction for explanation. ^May Include data for establlshn^nts without psyroll which couW not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-79 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments. Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city site 



MIDDLE ATI-ANTIC — Continued 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--$OO,O0O or BDre intiabitaiits. . . 
250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l»9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States , 



Unit«d States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or ii»re Inhabitants... 

250,000 to '199,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to li9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1»,999 inhabitants.... 
Beoainder of United States 



Estab- 

llshnents 

(Number) 



Sales 
(*1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 

(♦1,000) 



Furniture, hcoK fumlshlngs stores 



1 1(616 

5i 188 

ti6U 

689 

762 

767 

1i236 

758 

165 

1(487 



1|199 
531 
60 
95 
92 
9U 
131 
65 
31 



fUS6 
712 
464 

1 142 
090 

■ 629 

.762 
241 
119 
267 



174.676 

74.021 

9.419 

16.260 

15.127 

14.756 

21.135 

8.61 1 

4.355 

10.992 



Estab- 
lishments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



BouBehold appliance, radio, TV stores 



Paa8<p«er car dealers (franchlsed) 



United States, total 

Cities vith — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 4,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith--500,000 or more ijihabitanta . . . 
250,000 to 499,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 49,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 4,999 inhabltiants 

Remainder of IMited States , 



6.560 
709 
95 
212 
304 
451 

1.161 
943 
741 

1 .944 



4.455.057 
1 ,100,028 
171 .837 
299,498 
320.424 
371 ,546 
686 i 776 
446.560 
309.301 
749,087 



412,593 
100,460 
16,148 
30,897 
32,522 
38,068 
65,552 
40,446 
56.903 
61 .597 



GASGLIBE SERVICE STATIOHS 



27.711 
4.381 
783 
1 .555 
1 .596 
1.725 
3,141 
2.587 
1.956 
9.967 



1 ,599.754 

354.673 

53,254 

99 il 67 

95 . 579 

99.725 

177.784 

141 .224 

1 02 . 1 2 

476.336 



1 19,218 

35,632 

3,910 

7.24;5 

7.134 

6.952 

12,687 

9.834 

6,630 

29,196 



Lumber, building materials dealers 



7,523 


741 


511 


2,000 


294 


713 


213 


32 


866 


471 


52 


953 


490 


44 


378 


556 


57 


759 


1 .022 


91 


393 


748 


51 


829 


524 


31 


034 


1 .499 


84 


586 



79,7«6 
2»,133 

3.901 
4,141 
5.384 
6,848 
11,525 
5,526 
3.399 
7,969 



Estab- 
lishments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



AOTOMOnvE OBOUP, TOTAL' 



Paasen^er car dealers (nonfranchlied) 



2.826 
672 
99 
278 
218 
237 
324 
196 
145 
657 



368.808 
126.756 
16.606 
36.747 
27.458 
33.722 
32.237 
23.714 
14.397 
57.171 



18.738 
6.734 
1 .122 
1.775 
I .322 
1.630 
1 .535 
1 .143 
719 
2.758 



LIMBER, BUILDniG MATERIAIS, HARtVARE, 
FARM EQUIPMEHT DEAU31S, TOTAL 



15.235 

3.724 

431 

712 

736 

S24 

1 .694 

1 .384 

1 .108 

4.620 



.923.499 
583.190 
52.742 
109.993 
109.071 
129.413 
256,046 
175,996 
130,396 
576.652 



234,067 
45,963 
5,973 
15,489 
15.764 
18.228 
33,769' 
22,144 
15,258 
61 ,479 



Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabl'-ants . . . 
250,000 to 499,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 49,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 4,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith—500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 499,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 49,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,^ to 4,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States , 



4,310 
765 
90 
200 
191 
268 
492 
414 
367 

1,523 



1.041 ,049 
162.245 
29.244 
53 , 772 
56.537 
65.015 
149.477 
98 , 694 
73,516 
322,549 



125,842 

22.327 

3.213 

6.719 

8.005 

9.209 

18.773 

12.268 

8.606 

34.722 



IROG STORES, raOraiETART STORES 



1 1 .654 

5.156 

415 

683 

722 

581 

1 .062 

850 

582 

1.603 



911 .239 

355.249 
39.550 
57 1 I 02 
61.358 
56.146 

106.078 
56.905 
44.781 

121.070 



110.876 

45.031 

4.855 

5.867 

7.547 

7.522 

13,325 

7,744 

4,744 

12,220 



Fuel, ice dealers 



7.399 

1,748 
295 
476 
469 
49 3 
769 
660 
494 

1,995 



930.999 
337,280 

"0,417 
50 . 546 
60,380 
57,711 
84.666 
61 .277 
44.259 
194.453 



90.502 
30,968 
3.837 
4.941 
6.416 
5.130 
8.483 
6.104 
4.012 
19,591 



3.466 
1 .069 
117 
247 
267 
256 
523 
316 
162 
511 



245.874 
83.019 
(D) 
23.661 
21 .850 
19.700 
30.311 
17.168 
(D) 
30.818 



34.559 
(D) 
(D) 
3.916 
3.415 
2.966 
4.852 
2.313 
_(D) 
4.436 



12.923 

2,137 

327 

756 
745 
979 
2.037 
1.509 
l.tIS 
3.295 



5.146.600 
1.302.048 
205.350 
371.457 
376.255 
436.534 
767.016 
492.452 
336.967 
658.521 



470,495 
117,617 
19,982 
37,571 
37.914 
43.860 
72.390 
43.897 
28.749 
58,315 



Tire, battery, accessory dealers 



2.682 
636 

109 
208 
205 
243 
439 
294 
179 
369 



243.696 
61 ,772 

(D) 
29.443 
25.21 1 
27.588 
39.377 
18.016 

(D) 
18.969 



33.710 

(D) 

(D) 

4.577 

3.618 

3.977 

4.858 

2.064 

(DJ 

2,053 



Farm equipment dealers 



1 .495 

21 

2 

14 

16 

48 

93 

145 

145 

1.011 



189.524 

1 .287 

(01 

1 .930 

1.753 

5.643 

13.762 

17.746 

--. io) 
129.022 



18.581 
126 
(0) 
171 
221 
544 
1.396 
1.930 
(D) 

12.426 



Hardware stores 



OTHER RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



51 .564 
16.931 
1 .900 
3.135 
3.355 
3.159 
5.379 
3,884 
2,817 
8,993 



3.632.992 

1 ,355,546 
132,292 
187,329 
219,587 
205.820 
337.«.24 
252.123 
186.100 
743,371 



339,445 
145.945 
14.564 
19.895 
22.803 
20.924 
29.469 
18.999 
13,019 
53,827 



Feed, farm gai^n supply stores 



2.642 

103 

32 

46 

53 

102 

257 

261 

275 

1 .703 



578.571 

9,285 

2.138 

5.199 

12,437 

19.749 

49.166 

51 .973 

68.258 

349,363 



36,227 
1 ,132 

199 

557 

922 

1 .443 

3,523 

3.677 

4.151 

20,623 I 



5,654 
I .845 
218 
249 
250 
250 
576 
503 
408 
1.553 



444,788 
1 16,297 
10,549 
20.624 
28,645 
38,973 
52,328 
42,258 
31,023 
93,891 



54,975 

(dT 

1.053 
2,683 
4, 123 
5.489 
8.748 
5.633 

(D)' 
9.895 



Liquor stores 



6.393 

2.337 
283 
417 
424 
378 
636 
441 
373 

1.102 



597.263 

313.543 
23.027 
37.798 
42.954 
35.264 
67.098 
53.787 
32.932 
89.860 



40.876 
20.122 
1,540 
2.240 
2.396 
2.137 
3.355 
2.874 
1.774 
4.439 



Jewelry s£oreB 



4.845 
1 ,903 
201 
322 
355 
354 
563 
428 
253 
356 



271 .842 
132,291 

14.918 
19,046 
24,855 
21 .445 
31 ,390 
12.509 
5.849 
9.538 



39.625 

20.077 

2,077 

2.946 

3.930 

3,373 

4.484 

1 .409 

459 

871 



•S^H^^„fb!i,™ !^^^ "°°^?"^- (I^) »°t available. n.e.c. Hot el«»here classified. lODt Hot applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents sero. 

duct^?S eS^tlon °L^ '^ separately; may also include data for estabUshments without payroU which could not be classified by detailed knd of busiS.s. 3ee^M;o- 

duction for eiplanation. May Include data for establishments without payroU which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation 



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Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954- 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Eetab- 

llebiaentB 

(Nuniber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llshaeDtB 

(if umber) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



entire year 
($1,000) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC — Continued 

United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to Ii-99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to £1^9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants 

10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to U99.999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to >,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States , total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants.'.. 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1*.999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or n»re inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to l*,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



Book, stationery stores 



Sporting goods, bicycle stores 



3l059 


177.239 


li560 


08.8B6 


120 


7.225 


180 


9.274 


189 


10.078 


170 


12.019 


287 


1 5 . 1 30 


182 


8.747 


93 


3.828 


278 


12.052 



2 1 > 1 30 

(d) 

1.060 

1.281 

1.292 

1|569 

11289 

571 

(D) 

751 



2.014 
393 
56 
137 
1 10 
173 
301 
189 
181 
474 



88.075 

23.294 

3.682 

8.103 

8.637 

10.492 

1 1 .455 

5.720 

4.125 

12.5*7 



7.895 

ro) 

369 
919 
837 
941 
837 
349 
(D) 



3.733 
1 .383 
151 
224 
232 
247 
423 
3U2 
230 
501 



1 17.497 

47.aS9 

4.852 

7.623 

8.365 

8.252 

13.952 

10.167 

4.593 

11.854 



18.566 
8.030 

821 
1.247 
1.261 
1.298 
2.113 
1.356 

516 
1.921 



Clear stores, stands 



Revs dealers, nevsstandB 



Gift, novelty souvenir stores 



2.353 
1.299 
108 
185 
150 
108 
209 
1 10 
59 



95.968 

56 . 400 

(D) 

5.524 

6.034 

4.1 19 

7.090 

4.125 

(D) 

5.294 



5|546 
(D) 

337 

340 
235 
372 
205 
(D) 
247 



2.860 
1 .438 
84 
161 
167 
124 
249 
181 
156 
300 



96.322 

40.284 
3.697 
5.182 
5.073 
4.509 

1 1 . 51 8 
8.045 
6.926 

10.088 



6.860 


3.087 


3.323 


1 .104 


278 


85 


332 


152 


394 


278 


271 


157 


791 


305 


526 


259 


404 


176 


541 


571 



76.590 
32.163 
2.067 
3.003 
7.129 
4.110 
7.500 
6.331 
3.591 
10.696 



6.981 
3.240 
246 
234 
660 
398 
674 
515 
248 
766 



Music stores 



Camera, photographic supply stores 



HOHSTORE RETAILIRS, lOTAL 



1.247 
479 
54 
104 
118 
126 
162 
90 
40 
74 



74.013 

38.046 

(D) 

6.864 

5.706 

5.535 

8.293 

2.570 

(D) 

2.399 



10.455 
6.390 
(D) 
877 
744 
574 
773 
179 

(d) 

168 



728 
336 



78 . 067 
48.170 
3.737 
4.145 
6.135 
4.969 
5.252 
1 .776 
702 
3.181 



7.875 
4.574 

(d) 

547 
808 
607 
484 
138 

Id) 

257 



Mall order houses 



Direct selling (house -to-houae) 
organizations 



753 


301 


732 


468 


183 


719 


21 




(D) 


21 


5 


626 


32 


6 


724 


19 


1 


894 


56 


58 


357 


26 


2 


213 


21 




(D) 


S7 


38 


591 



37.994 
27.676 
•D) 
593 
571 
188 
2.909 
211 

.d) 

5.272 



18.029 
7.522 

624 
1 .220 
1 .050 

927 
1 .543 
1 .129 

717 
3.197 



700.072 

238.650 
25.823 
59.324 
51.274 
49.328 

113.554 
38.949 
18.670 

104.495 



94.630 

30.950 
3.843 

1 1 .298 
9.734 
9.088 

13.043 
4.478 
1.542 

10.654 



20.000 
8.488 

701 
1.338 
1.185 
1.052 
1 .716 
1 .239 

802 
3.479 



1 .185.385 

509.416 

40.100 

78.862 

74.353 

51 .360 

188.987 

47.486 

25.387 

159.434 



147.591 

65.927 

4.973 

13.053 

1 1.832 

10.074 

17.107 

5.205 

2.188 

17.232 



Merchandise vending machine operators 



1 .218 
398 
56 
97 
103 
106 
117 
82 
54 
195 



183.581 
87.547 

(d) 

13.910 
15.355 
10.138 
17.076 
5.324 
(D) 
16.348 



14.967 
7.301 

(DJ 
1.162 
1.527 

798 
1.155 

516 

(D) 
1.306 



Standard Botes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Rot elsewhere claasifled. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) I/;ss than $500. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Contmued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2lt9,999 Inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 

25,000 to ii9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2ll,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to ^,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of tbilted States , 



United States, total 

Cities vlth— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1(9,999 inhaoitants . . 
10,000 to 21t,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to '1,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of Itolted States '. , 



Estab- 

llahments 

(Number) 



Sales 

(♦1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



RBTAIL TRADE, TOTAL 



Uhited States , total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l+,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants. 

2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to li99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to li9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1»,999 Ijihabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total , 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 

100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to t*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



313. m 1 
81,1*83 
15ti*35 
I9f 189 
251305 
311315 
35i861 
26i787 
2019U0 
86i976 



37,25*1221 

10,663i78lt 
2, 2291824 
2,063,885 
5,310l006 
3,915i333 
«ll57i331 
2l655l629 
1,790,868 
5,869,561 



<J, 120,858 
1,3116, 125 
289,915 
331,710 
388,663 
«!0i731 
It37i058 
2561589 
156,397 
1*61,370 



Estab- 

liahmentB 

(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



FOOD STORES, TOTAL' 



Meat markets, flab (seafood) markets 



It, 579 
2,190 
202 
189 
30B 
311 
323 
213 
173 
610 



121*1193 
187,883 
22 1 136 
23i712 
381518 
15 1 720 
35i650 
17,356 
13,330 
39,528 



31 1 266 
15,260 
1,939 
2,073 
3,270 
1,053 
3,019 
1,288 
898 
2,136 



Bakery products stores 



1,351 
1 ,555 
232 
250 
357 
385 
131 
306 
.i12 
503 



217,625 
91 1II2 
17i781 
13i331 
1 81865 
20 1 317 
20 1860 
12,262 
8,791 
1 3 1 913 



17,560 
19,931 
3,805 
3,222 
1*,377 
1,820 
1,775 
2,162 
1,665 
2,503 



71 ,190 
20,220 
3,205 
1,015 
5,229 
6,150 
6 ,802 
5i025 
3iB16 
17i028 



81195,857 
2i233i897 

157,515 
■^72i351 
736i076 
912,021 

1 ,059,801 
661 1 671 
151,518 

1,371,971 



561,680 
161,632 
33,812 
38,960 
51 ,703 
65,132 
70,111 
121191 
27,813 
69,366 



Fruit stores, vegetable markets 



1 ,856 
756 
111 
119 
110 
122 
163 
105 
51 
256 



77i016 
28i232 
5i697 
6i'i73 
61651 
61 910 
8i815 
3,838 
1,556 
8,71 1 



1,255 
1 ,186 
309 
117 
131 
521 
531 
119 
18 
360 



EATINO, DRlmcraO PLACE!., TOTAL' 



Drinking places 



38,013 
10,767 
1 ,191 
11829 
2l620 
3i200 
3il31 
2i212 
2,012 
10, ?81 



1,360 

126 

73 

85 

101 

123 

1 19 

77 

60 

291 



081 
657 

,587 
211 

,878 

,933 
328 

1II2 
121 
951 



1 7 1 1 590 
57,273 
12,262 
12,817 
13,518 
17,052 
15,117 
9,172 
6,366 
27,353 



Variety stores 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or ncre inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 

100,000 to 2lt9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to Il9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States , 



3,913 
797 
178 
217 
237 
319 
107 
.tlO 
383 
995 



658,011 
1601679 
391 230 
581773 
67i209 
981611 
93 1 535 
60 1 293 
32 1 260 
17,151 



108,087 
28,906 
7,238 
9,803 
1 1,363 
16,187 
15,11 1 
9,131 
1,209 
5,539 



71,162 
19,119 
3i112 
11055 
5 1351 
61II3 
6i6'l7 
I1873 
3i061 
20i271 



3 1 071 1 691 
1 1 002 it 19 
181,665 
199,918 
?37i967 
?66i123 
276i31 1 
180i912 
123i1 13 
603, P66 



563,182 
203,357 
39,105 
10,173 
15,201 
18,171 
18,667 
31 ,013 
18,698 
88,791 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Grocery stores 



51,137 
1 1 ,685 
2,095 
2i?11 
3i683 
1|118 
5i068 
3i799 
2,921 
11,511 



7,315,378 
1 ,710,931 
390,777 
506,065 
612,733 
826,882 
951,739 
603,921 
113,581 
1 i265i716 



112 1 566 
1111307 
25i828 
31i612 
II1O23 
52i111 
581397 
36i293 
21,118 
61,511 



Candy, nut, coofectioneiy stores 



3,985 
1 ,623 
281 
237 
336 
126 
318 
215 
l&l 
358 



126,016 

60,261 

(D) 

6,6S6 

10,915 

11,181 

9,293 

5,131 

'd) 

7,186 



13,227 

7,086 

701 

675 

1,222 

li38fc 

919 

173 

266 

166 



Eating places 
(including refreshment stands) 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE CROUP, TOTAL ' 



1 1 ,207 

1 1909 

372 

159 

581 

780 

1 1O59 

951 

800 

11293 



I1OII 1I59 
1 i509i995 
372i571 
399,373 
105i710 
150i791 
353i571 
168i723 
78,611 
301,103 



637,115 
267,969 
61,288 
65,601 
52,087 
69 1 168 
51 i937 
22l31 1 
9iU10 
21,315 



Genera^ merchandise stores, n.e. 



5,307 
1,112 
211 
395 
553 
698 
732 
501 
312 
1?9 



125,109 
117,012 

(D) 
39,721 

(D) 
57 1060 
53l 183 
27i635 

(D) 
1 1 1 577 



51,700 

19,856 

(D) 

5,535 

6,852 

7,336 

5,105 

3,056 

ID) 

832 



6 1526 
1 1OOI 
163 
179 
231 
291 
502 
198 
103 
3i252 



610i516 
92i253 
'D) 
18,11 1 
30,519 
53,739 
95,558 
78,578 
(D) 

2031867 



651599 

121053 

(D) 

1 i91 1 

111 17 
SillO 

n 1 57 1 

8i91e 

(D) 

I21II5 



351339 

8166O 
1 1921 
2i220 
2i725 
3i211 
3i5nl 
21653 
1 ,911 
9,171 



1 ,713,230 
575,150 
111,012 
111,533 
135,997 
112,110 
156,813 
103i391 
62i769 
311 1092 



3911892 
115i081 
27i 113 
27 1 355 
31i656 
31,119 
33,220 
21,511 
12i332 
6I1III 



Department stores 



662 

91 

29 

59 

116 

163 

118 

37 



2i711i228 

1 ,256,868 

(D) 

322,153 

308,982 

288,319 

164,318 

29,611 

(D) 

18,785 



163,730 

227,010 

(D) 

53,887 

15,607 

11,571 

21,855 

1,232 

(D) 

6,551 



APPAREL, ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL' 



Women's clothing, specialty stores 



8,373 

2,575 

354 

492 

891 

1 1OI6 

1 ,191 

753 

176 

614 



"291533 
323i780 
10i702 
77i292 
99i904 
101 1044 
93,224 
50,782 
20,135 
22,770 



1 19,?91 

19, 105 

5,157 

12,235 

11,743 

14,622 

12,226 

6,250 

1 ,851 

2,100 



23,081 
7,033 
1 ,005 
1 ,171 
2,253 
2,701 
3,036 
2,039 
1 ,101 
2,133 



2,205,602 
829,631 
125,717 

(D) 
2521553 
2501335 
241 18I2 
1 31 , 1 6 1 

(D) 
88,131 



307i805 

1261250 

19i513 

31,197 

35,713 

35,350 

29,559 

15,254 

61 030 

7i599 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, 
APPLIANCE DEALERS, TOTAL' 



18l542 
3l838 
882 
1,203 
1 ,514 
1,985 
2,300 
1,790 
1 ,267 
3,773 



1 ,812,621 
550,171 
111,830 
170,063 
188,657 
223,168 
199,520 
120,508 
69,821 
1751583 



219i919 
77i274 
19i 129 
27,710 
27,945 
33,702 
27,016 
11,252 
7,150 
15,741 



^Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (Na) Not available. 

Includes kinds of business not shovn separately; may also Include data 

ducUon for explanation. May Include data for eatabllahments vlthout payroll whlch'could'not'brcla^^ifled 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero, 
for establishaents without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Intro - 
by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



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Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



DlvlBlon and city size 


Estab- 

Ushnents 

(Number) 


Sales 
(»1,000) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

(*1,000) 


Estab- 

Ushaents 

(Eumber) 


Sales 
(»l,00O) 


Psyroll, 
entire year 

(»i,ooo) 


Estab- 

llslnents 

(number) 


Sales 
(U,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(»1,000) 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL — Continued 


Furniture, hone fumlwhingii stores 


Household ^pliance, r«dlo, TV stores 


AUTOMOTIVE GROUP, 


TOTAL' 


United States, total 


9 1098 

2i537 
501 
626 
719 
989 

1 lOlU 
776 
493 

l«tl3 


1.101.011 

392.933 

71 .908 

(Dl 

105.734 

131 .103 

102.831 

64.876 

(0) 

90.645 


1«3|436 

99.090 

13.244 

18.602 

17.076 

20.228 

14.502 

8.099 

3.877 

8.718 


9,360 

1 .281 
375 
573 
751 
984 

1 .284 
998 
772 

2.342 


710.257 
156.693 
42.860 
(t» 
82.727 
92.225 
96.669 
55. 51'^ 

(n) 

84.788 


86.483 

18.184 

5.B85 

9.108 

10.869 

13.474 

12,514 

6.153 

3.273 

7,023 


17,254 
2,247 
733 
897 
1,185 
1 ,797 
2.380 
1 .964 
1,609 
4,442 


6,788,81 1 

1,694,813 

425,137 

(D) 

677,151 

791,444 

847,212 

569.279 

ID) 

907,099 


628.122 




155.900 


250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 

100 000 to 2^9,999 inhabitants 


41.808 
ID) 




66.404 




80.915 


10 000 to 2h 999 inhabitants 


80.855 


5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 


52. 040 
(D) 




69.190 








Passenger car dealers (franchlsed) 


Passen^r car dealers (nonfranchlsed) 


Tire, battery, accessory dealers 




8.8U9 

715 

173 

223 

■4m 

75U 

1.275 

1 i225 

ItlUl 

2.902 


5.B65.110 
1.451.845 
337.459 
387.713 
579.661 
677.550 
748.594 
513.158 
365.189 
803.941 


546.743 
1S2.569 

3Jl249 
39.650 
97,126 
70.916 
72.441 
47.686 
3 1 . 1 03 
62.003 


3.685 
825 
262 
347 
354 
460 
368 
236 
137 
676 


460.301 
142.381 
48,493 
46.539 
48.483 
57.049 
39.656 
18.325 
13.971 
45.406 


25,099 

8,757 

(D) 

2,057 

2,413 

2,949 

1,BB9 

715 

(D) 

2,461 


3,404 
551 
219 
230 
297 
405 
561 
394 
271 
476 


334,700 
75,194 

(D) 
33,796 
40,426 
42,197 
48.685 
28.856 

fD) 
19.804 


47,180 


Cities with--500,000 or ncre inhabH^ants 


12,586 
(D) 




5,347 




6,323 




6.132 


10 000 to 3h 999 Inhabitants 


5.92P 


5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 


3.107 
(D) 




1.660 








GASOLDIE SERVICE STATIOIB 


UIMBEB, BUHDIHC MATERIALS, HAEBlttBE, 
FARM SqUIFMElIT DEALERS, TOTAL 


Farm equliBient dealers 




35.950 
5.302 
1.441 
1.982 
2.516 
3.206 
3.873 
2.916 
2.375 

12.339 


2.372.728 
461 .396 
118.618 
150.790 
185.572 
249.669 
283.488 
1 93 . 824 
142.219 
587 V 1 50 


183.489 
40.528 
11.454 
13.290 
15,581 
?1<282 
22,957 
14,385 
9,»01 
34,611 


J3.750 
2.995 
704 
911 
1 .273 
1 .616 
2.413 
2.142 
1 .913 
9,783 


3,086.870 
442.137 
127.494 

(D) 
215.212 
257,918 
360.829 
291.711 

(D) 
1.014.292 


375,196 
58,991 
19,698 

(D) 
30,772 
37,167 
48,074 
36,294 

(D) 
96, «7 


4,627 

24 

20 

29 

74 

193 

325 

457 

495 

3.090 


642.593 

(D) 

1 .857 

KD) 

(0) 

25.437 

56.698 

68.921 

(D) 

404.575 


56.063 








100 000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 


(D) 
(0) 


50 000 to 99 999 inhabitants 






10 000 to 2lt 999 inhabitants 






(d) 






32.654 








lumber, building materials dealers 


Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 


Eardvare stores 


United States, total 


6.481 
601 
216 
274 
372 
487 
658 
589 
509 

2.775 


1.524.529 

267.670 

83.418 

(D) 
127.326 
129.485 
177.303 
139.869 

(D) 
412.063 


196,717 

35.746 

i»,9oe 

(Dl 

n,569 

17,462 
S3, 635 
17,704 

(n) 

49,655 


4.334 
880 
167 
260 
411 
513 
688 
419 
242 
754 


277.862 

77.844 
19.487 
24.954 
29.596 
37.969 
36.297 
17.732 
9.509 
24.918 


45,877 
12,416 
4,084 
4,450 
5,136 
6,545 
6,157 
2.638 
1.370 
3.081 


8.248 
1.482 
295 
346 
416 
461 
734 
673 
705 
3.136 


640,452 

(0) 

22,336 

25,437 

(_P) 

69,019 

90,353 

69,073 

(D) 

172,732 


76.539 
fD) 








100 000 to 2't9 999 inhabitants 


(DJ 




25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants 




10,000 to 2l*,999 Inhabitants 


9.226 
(D) 






15.537 








DRUG STORES, PROPRIETAKT STORES 


OTHER RETAIL STOHl 


6, total' 


Liquor stores 




10.951 
3.206 
703 
756 
932 
951 
999 
751 
631 
2.022 


1.191.425 

371 .956 

85.997 

(Dl 

117.271 

127.522 

134.389 

82.389 

(Dl 

122.397 


146,737 
46,614 

11,247 
12,375 
15,263 
17,668 
17,607 
9,802 
5,734 
10,427 


41 .245 
10.556 
2.091 
2.442 
3.331 
4.214 
4.742 
3.303 
2.438 
8.128 


3.027.S37 
838.329 
192.070 
172.509 
238.015 
275.708 
337.692 
217.438 
160.680 
639.636 


299.233 

97.609 
19.197 
22.332 

27,715 
30,950 
31 ,417 
18,010 
11,563 
40,440 


4.941 
1.715 
308 
312 
379 
386 
443 
275 
236 
487 


518.275 
228.806 
32.778 
34.01 1 
38.211 
50.140 
60.712 
27.596 
17.303 
28.718 


25.243 




(d) 
(d) 






1.330 


50 000 to 99 999 Inhabitants 


1.961 






10 000 to 2k 999 Inhabitants 


2.716 


5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 


739 
1,269 








Puel, Ice dealers 


Feed, farm gairlec supp 


ly stores 


Jewelry stores 




5.173 
922 
233 

274 
411 
5«1 
588 
507 
350 
1.347 


542. 43B 
183.257 
27.388 
27.520 
54.036 
53.789 
55.799 
39.846 
27.592 
77.211 


62,910 
21,086 
3,476 
3,438 
6,447 
6,799 
7,018 
4,139 
2,752 
7,355 


4.718 
121 
75 
89 
132 
233 
406 
422 
447. 

2.791 


807.229 

10.904 

8,462 

(D) 

19,089 

32.116 

93.365 

86,863 

(D) 

460.609 


51,005 

847 

863 

(D) 

1 ,429 

2,490 

6,380 

6,183 

(D! 

26,073 


4.991 
1 .291 
248 
336 
402 
564 
661 
496 
408 
585 


294.695 
101.120 

(D) 
26.771 
30.965 
38.780 
32.370 
18.153 

(D) 
9.886 


45,440 


Cities with 500 000 or ncre Inhabitants 


(D) 
(D) 


250,000 to 1199,999 Inhabitants 


50 000 to 99 999 Inhabitants 








10,000 to 2lt,999 Inhabitants 




5 000 to 9 999 Inhabitants 






to) 


Bemalnder of United atates. 





Standard Motea: (D) Withheld to avoid dtacloBure. {«.) Hot available. n.e.c. Hot el«evh»re claaaifled. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) Leus than $500. ... ReppeaentB xero. 
^Includes kinds of biuineia not ahown saparmtelyi may also include data for establlahBaota without payroll vhlch could not be cljkaairiad by detallad kind of bualnees. See Intro- 
duetlon for ezplaoatlon. 'May include data for eatabllshnants without payroll which could not be claaalfied by detailed kind of bualnaaa. Bee Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-83 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Sales 

(*i,ooo) 


Payroll , 

entire year 

($1,000) 


EsUb- 

llsbments 

(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL-Continued 


Book, stationery 


stores 


Sporting goods, bicycle stores 


Florists 






1 .2R0 
471 
60 
81 
132 
155 
167 

lie 

52 

44 


98^698 

43.491 

(D) 

7.067 
10.960 
12.337 
11 .862 

5.237 
(D) 

1 1 J86 


17.361 

(D) 

(D) 

1.225 

1.700 

1.824 

1.602 

511 

(D) 

112 


2.104 
339 
80 
137 
192 
280 
'47 
196 
97 
436 


99.4S3 

26.147 

4.691 

8.585 

12.460 

13.959 

13.951 

6.517 

2.249 

11.698 


10.090 

3.439 

589 

1.053 

1.273 

1 .244 

1 .102 

445 

163 

782 


3.175 
969 
172 
166 
258 
359 
403 
236 
194 
398 


109.447 

35.796 

7.090 

8.290 

1 1 .756 

13.354 

13.684 

6.641 

4.163 

8.673 






5.572 






100,000 to 2^9,999 inhabitants 


(D) 






25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants 


?.044 








900 

(D) 

1.026 


2J500 to 4J999 inhabitants 








Cigar stores, stands 


News dealers, newsstands 


Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 




1 .255 

1521 

65 
8U 
123 
142 
l?3 
7 = 
31 
71 


47.541 

(D) 

(D) 

2.480 

3.355 

4.700 

4.878 

2.007 

487 

1.009 


«|176 

(D) 
(D) 
270 
419 
465 
487 
171 
45 
50 


1 .045 

408 

27 

37 

68 

69 

122 

117 

72 

105 


39.675 

12.587 
623 
1 .235 
3.948 
3.187 
6.668 
5.847 
3.154 
2.626 


3.104 
(D) 
43 
137 
304 
310 
543 
382 
(D) 
139 


2.186 

684 
85 
117 
176 
202 
229 
172 
106 
415 


30.918 
(D) 
(D) 
3.485 
5.585 
4.333 
5.577 
4.055 
1.723 
7.242 


4.409 




(D) 


250 000 to 1*99 099 inhabitants 


(D) 




(D) 


50,000 to 99 999 inhabitants 


470 






10,000 to 2'*,999 inhabitants 


544 




396 








476 








Music stores 


Camera, photographic supply stores 


NOBSTORE RETAILERS 


, TOTAL 


United States, total 


1 .289 

381 

87 

130 

134 

185 

199 

89 

37 

47 


78.350 

(D) 

7.030 

(D) 

10.289 

1 . 1 86 

8.077 

1.953 

(D) 

642 


10.647 

(D) 

1.072 

1.436 

1.348 

1.146 

747 

422 

(D) 

9 


582 
163 
26 
51 
76 
98 
90 
32 
14 
32 


57.948 

(D) 

3.584 

8.279 

8.016 

8.661 

5.487 

1 .245 

(D) 

628 


6.918 
(D) 
509 

1 .230 
956 

1 .061 

596 

97 

(D) 

31 


15.479 

4.726 

887 

995 

1 .227 

1 .499 

1 .610 

1 .043 

726 

2.764 


1.158.314 
729.035 
64.217 
64.039 
54.722 
70.333 
62.717 
32.012 
21 .306 
59.933 


164,779 




107,301 


250,000 to i*99,999 inhabitants 


10.334 




10,056 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants. 


9,276 


25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants 

10,000 to 2l*,999 Inhabitants 


10,626 
8,528 




2,767 




1 ,961 




3,930 








Mall or^r houaes 


Direct Belling (house-to-house) 
organitations 


Merchandise vending machine operators 




381 
204 
19 
14 
26 
20 
31 
19 
U 
44 


507.520 

469.914 

(01 

2.527 

3.331 

9.452 

1 .776 

3.868 

(Dl 

3.299 


69(247 
64.490 
(01 
412 
441 
1|642 
165 
201 

(ni 

324 


13.846 

4.190 

781 

858 

1 .062 

1 .330 

1 .417 

927 

671 

2.610 


516.470 

207.312 

(D) 

47.468 

40.088 

42.906 

49.962 

23.168 

(D) 

49.489 


82.468 

37.393 

CD) 

8.404 

7.729 

5.971 

7.469 

2.241 

(D) 

3.071 


1.252 

334 

87 

123 

139 

149 

162 

97 

51 

1 10 


134.324 

51 .809 

13.4*5 

14.044 

11.303 

17.975 

10.979 

4.976 

2.628 

7.145 


13,064 




5,458 


250 000 to 1+99 999 inhabitants 


1,331 


100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 


1,240 




1,106 


25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants 


2,013 


10,000 to 21* 999 Inhabitants 


674 


5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants ,... 


325 


2,500 to 4,999 inhabitants 


182 




535 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Hot applicable. (z) Leaa than $500. 



Represents lero. 



1-84 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE; 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Estab- 

lishmeDts 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

lisbments 

(Number) 



SalcB 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llahments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 



united States, total 

Cities vlth—500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to '•99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to li9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 11,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States , total 

Cities vith — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to Vgg.ggg inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or mor^ inhabitants... 
250.,000 to U99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vlth—500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants. 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 

10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to I*, 999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 



FOOD STORES, TOTAL' 



Grocery stores 



1 76 1 207 

15i6S0 

10.953 

7.U31 

f .515 

9l2'55 

17i93« 

1Ul9a6 

16t29l| 

75.1J15 



16.181 .312 
2.010.506 
1 |666ll6U 
929.339 
1 .032.697 
11075.615 
1.952.849 
1 .U57.930 
1.1*61 .312 
Ul5att.870 



1 .504.697 
268.052 
219.091 
109. 4B1 
124.900 
1? 1.455 
203.402 
178.432 
122.343 
297.540 



30.279 
3.891 
2.119 
1 .385 
1 .457 
1 .551 
2.901 
2.240 
2. 318 

12.007 



3.222.470 
387.984 
302.291 
195.682 
195.833 
217.494 
427.529 
505.741 
288.805 
901 .108 



197.559 
28.314 
21 .525 
15.517 
12.754 
14.005 
29.048 
19.547 
16.918 
42(329 



23.747 
2.188 
1.523 
1 .094 
1 .196 
1 .247 
2.367 
1.791 
1 .609 

10.552 



2.937.825 
319.597 
265.138 
181.132 
184.085 
201 .583 
402.456 
284.984 
257.821 
829.929 



170.427 
21 .484 
17.491 
1 1.576 
1 1.338 
12.282 
25.026 
17,131 
14.958 
38.131 



Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 



Fruit stores, vegetable markets 



Candy, nut, confectionery stores 



.231 


91 .559 


255 


24.785 


129 


(D) 


49 


(Dl 


5K 


3.135 


43 


4.970 


79 


7.449 


71 


5.571 


103 


6.383 


467 


20.452 



5.812 

2.195 

(D) 

W 
264 
356 
571 
364 
398 
1.209 



619 
125 
37 
39 
31 
44 
49 
34 
49 
21 1 



22.144 
4.536 

(D) 
1.121 
1 .041 
1.575 
2.191 
1 .101 

(D) 
7.449 



(D) 


1 .405 


(D) 


658 


(Dl 


75 


22 


50 


42 


39 


49 


80 


91 


134 


4H 


82 


23 


66 


127 


2?1 



32.990 

13.900 

(D) 

1.534 

1.185 

2.075 

3.273 

1 .707 

(D) 

3.900 



2.084 
571 
(D) 
(D) 
155 
164 
203 
157 
51 
131 



Bakery products stores 



EATIHG, DRimCrac; PLACES, TOTAL 



Eating places 
(including refreshment stands) 



1 .61 1 
333 

157 

72 
6° 
81 
14P 
136 
177 
458 



57.351 
12.799 
5.763 
2.798 
2.587 
3.709 
6.777 
5.772 
5.900 
10.255 



12.279 

2.933 

1.493 

627 

563 

861 

1.755 

1.257 

1.134 

1.626 



32.885 
3.802 
2.390 
1 .516 
1 .763 
1 .881 
2.995 
2.441 
2.614 

1 3 . 463 



1 .073(824 

173.06? 

130.142 
57.653 
54.470 
70.744 

103.490 
83.119 
77. =(79 

312.550 



187.039 
37.980 
32.254 
1 1 .530 
11 .765 
12.795 
18.745 
13.900 
12.030 
35.028 



20.302 
1 .805 
1 .343 
1 .014 
1.117 
1 .143 
1 .993 
1 .577 
1 .799 
6.410 



580.140 
101.297 
7B.100 
42.301 
42.102 
44.^91 
68.452 
56.131 
52.666 
194.098 



141.558 

25.898 

23.970 

9.318 

9,000 

9.49? 

14,267 

10,656 

9. 69'^ 

28.252 



Drinking places 



GEKERAL MERCHAHDISE OROUP, TOTAL' 



Department stores 



12.559 

1 .'>86 

1.047 

502 

642 

738 

998 

764 

813 

5.009 



392,880 
71 .447 
52.042 
15.357 
22.290 
?5.753 
34.985 
27.688 
25.155 

1 18,152 



45.481 
1 1.082 
8.294 
2.212 
2.766 
3.304 
4.478 
3.244 
2.335 
7.765 



8.007 
395 
263 
179 
182 
238 
579 
584 
741 

4.846 



1 .538,715 
350.720 
tD) 
1 14,021 
161 ,940 
129,943 
203,675 
1 10,419 
(D) 
250.503 



'32.738 
64.807 
(D) 
13.070 
25. •'34 
1 9.04n 
28.382 
14.423 
(D) 
15.623 



04 


902.958 


17 


(D) 


?2 


187.730 


20 


81 .434 


41 


126.271 


A1 


77.687 


93 


97.745 


40 


(D) 


9 


5.175 


1 


(D) 



150.743 

(D) 

3 1 . 1 SO 

15,100 

20,098 

12,233 

13,554 

(D) 

639 

(0) 



Variety stores 



General merchandise stores, n.e.c. 



APPAREL, ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL' 



2,285 

172 

1 14 

78 

7B 

89 

2111 

225 

329 

986 



240,093 
29,313 
21 ,161 
(D) 
23.409 
?5.800 
42.487 
25,865 
(D) 
32 , 5 1 3 



58.166 
5.616 
(D) 
(D) 
4.029 
4.103 
7.343 
4.138 
3.155 
2.955 



5.358 

204 

125 

79 

59 

B8 

?68 

317 

401 

3.817 



494.533 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

12.134 

28.255 

63.565 

62.751 

58.815 

227.204 



45.829 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .607 

3.504 

7.475 

7(419 

5.875 

12.653 



9.467 

1 .110 

775 

490 

604 

715 

1 .506 

1 .089 

1.109 

2.058 



808.953 

142.255 

125.850 

63.167 

74.612 

71,637 

121 ,691 

76,927 

59,593 

73,200 



107.831 

22.584 

(D) 

(D) 

11.530 

9.537 

15.209 

8.323 

5.254 

4.934 



Shoe stores 



Women's clothing, specialty stores 



FURMITURE, HOME FURNISHIMGS, 
APPLIAMCE DEALERS, TOTAL ^ 



.089 
283 
179 
I 19 
155 
163 
367 
254 
23? 
317 



135.076 
21 .665 
17,872 
1 1 ,345 
12,458 
16.744 
2 3.958 
15.802 
8.793 
7.438 



15,997 

2.970 
2.424 
1.556 
1.609 
2.051 
2.782 
1.465 
773 
356 



261 


502 


550 


377 


55 


552 


255 


55 


554 


143 


23 


415 


219 


28 


544 


271 


26 


'462 


598 


50 


562 


598 


26 


495 


595 


19 


571 


624 


16 


815 



41 .165 
8.069 
(D) 
3.420 
4.973 
5.*99 
6.695 
2.937 

fo) 

1 .1 19 



8.844 

774 

559 

403 

523 

553 

1 .169 

1 .009 

1 .036 

2.858 



714.8*5 

1 19.140 

(D) 

50.270 

57.71 1 

54.598 

98.101 

68.389 

(D) 

1 14.143 



95.305 
18.531 
13.224 
(D) 
10.B74 

7.931 
17.470 

7.765 
(D) 

P. 707 



Standard Rotes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
'Includes kinds of business not shown separately; may also Include data for establishments without payroll which could not be clasoified by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanation. ^May include data for establlshmente without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-85 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Eatab- 

Ilahnienta 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

lishmentB 

(Number) 



Sale a 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Eatab- 

liebnents 

(Number) 



Sole a 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL — Continued 

United States, total 

Cities with --500,000 or more Inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 

100,000 to 21^9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants 

10,000 to 2^,999 inhabitants 

5,000 to 9.999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total , 

Cities vitb— 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9.999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.., 
f.OOO to 9>999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



tftilted States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or n»re inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to ii'*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,50c to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of IMited States , 



United States, total , 

Cities vith--500,OCO or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,00c to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,00c to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to I*, 999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States - 



United States, total , 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2^9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States , 



Ifaited States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



Furniture, bone fumiahinga storea 



Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



AUTOMOTIVE CROUP, TOTAL* 



UI095 


4271868 


517 


921221 


J20 


(D) 


168 


(D) 


275 


421694 


273 


301236 


U90 


48l0';3 


43? 


35i611 


4U7 


311627 


11153 


60 1 346 



60|246 

14t878 

(D) 

(D) 

7i350 

4i531 

6l449 

4il03 

3l061 

4f9n 



4i721 
251 
217 
213 
244 
260 
671 
573 
587 

1 l705 



286i574 
26iS65 
26i994 
(D) 
24i951 
24i362 
491890 
32i736 

io) 

53i797 



33i059 
3i653 

(D) 
2i9l3 

3i524 
3i400 
6|021 
3.662 
(D) 
3 1796 



101382 

546 

504 

406 

558 

532 

1 l339 

1 1I79 

ll385 

3l933 



2l968i094 
3371938 
CD) 
197i988 
197i363 
2191684 
4381097 
3211833 
(D) 
663.727 



2711121 
3?i368 
2Sie72 
19,854 
20,603 
21i707 
4?,B32 
29,858 
24i77U 
47i253 



Passenger car dealers (franchlsed) 



PaBsenger car dealers (nonfranchlsed) 



Tire, battery, accessory dealers 



5i9U5 
147 
139 
91 
148 
250 
714 
731 
891 

2ia"'4 



2.555.584 
279 1047 
221 l389 
151 i405 
153l223 
1851815 
3871432 
2891 268 
2771755 
6101250 



233.908 
J7il07 
22.619 
16.104 
16.555 
?0il78 
37 1 949 
27i047 
221658 
43l691 



1 i8B3 
228 
198 
171 
231 
110 
230 
134 
174 
407 



175,729 

36il29 

(D) 

(D) 

19,209 

10, -51 1 

13,770 

9,121 

1 1 ,587 

19,37? 



9,412 
(D) 

2,105 
(D) 
H07 
567 
665 
483 
500 

1 ,052 



2,054 
141 
124 
89 
1?3 
125 
308 
266 
288 
590 



181 i349 
I81O3I 
201222 

(D) 
19i077 
18i3B9 
31 i070 
)9|9I6 

(0) 
22.747 



22.994 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
2.825 
2l701 
3i884 
2 1204 
li509 
ll722 



GASOLIMZ SERVICE STATIOSS 



LUMBER, BUILDIHO MATERIALS, HARDWARE, 
FARM ESUIPMENT DEALERS, TOTAl' 



Farm equipment dealers 



21 1741 


1,134 


820 


1 ,301 


94 


978 


1,079 


68 


202 


869 


56 


344 


928 


54 


246 


1,010 


63 


192 


2,016 


126 


555 


1.665 


100 


953 


1 ,973 


104 


916 


10,900 


463 


434 



78tll7 
9,015 
6,193 

5,202 
4il79 
5il95 

101068 
7i3=;3 
6l874 

■»4i038 



18.779 

558 

485 

356 

472 

541 

1 .411 

1 i564 

1 i947 

1 1 i445 



21O74.O9I 

96.620 

96.761 

60.458 

82.307 

100.167 

202.075 

197.S03 

234,270 

1 ,0031930 



201 1OO7 
13i326 
13,842 
7,133 
10,541 
1 1 ,689 
23,109 
20,936 
23,724 
76,707 



5i637 

11 

19 

30 

74 

108 

332 

441 

660 

3l962 



7921 170 

(D) 

21806 

(D) 

13ll51 

21 i277 

61 ,964 

78,646 

108,286 

500,349 



60.818 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1.297 

2.585 

6,174 

7,038 

8,530 

34,303 



Lumber, building materials dealers 



Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 



Hardware stores 



5,022 


779 


945 


111 


51 


497 


1 17 


56 


149 


105 


35 


671 


142 


48 


320 


164 


50 


603 


376 


83 


111 


399 


65 


294 


466 


72 


392 


3.142 


316 


908 



10.657 
6.308 
7.204 
3.576 
5.998 
5.265 
9.076 
7.222 
7,309 

28,699 



1 .962 

147 
157 
108 
126 
149 
338 
241 
188 
SOB 



129i974 
(D) 
22 1 406 
(D) 
1 1ll40 
1 1,830 
18,587 
10,705 
1 1,208 
14,224 



23.387 
(D) 
4.371 
(D) 
2.117 
1 .810 
2.879 
1.526 
3.750 
1 .551 



6.116 
287 
190 
113 
124 
118 
363 
483 
629 

3.809 



371 .064 
23.937 
15.360 
10.316 
9i534 
161395 
38 1 399 
421856 
421292 

171 i975 



36il45 
3i347 
(D) 
(D) 
I1I29 
2i029 
4,980 
5,150 
4,135 

12,154 



DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



Liquor stores 



6 


,oni 


507 


691 




590 


65 


914 




515 


71 


05? 




30P 


34 


195 




512 


39 


399 




i77 


38 


412 




574 


63 


762 




446 


43 


019 




535 


43 


665 


2 


,44 3 


106 


063 



59,331 
9,191 

(D) 
4,797 
5,063 
5,286 
7 1886 
4,B23 

CD) 
8iS18 



221013 
1 1935 
1 1472 
1 1 062 
1 1I75 
1 ,351 
2,670 
2,096 
2,031 
8,221 



1 i604i865 

148i351 

CD) 

(D) 

80i495 

89,926 

161,206 

131 ,421 

CD) 

651 ,908 



126,300 

18l994 

14,900 

CD) 

9,835 

9,119 

14,026 

9,740 

CD) 

32,201 



3i634 
253 
180 
220 
158 
179 
426 
294 
306 

I16O8 



2661349 
351I68 
201650 
18i388 
15i355 
181285 
301139 
25i293 
221515 
601556 



14i467 

1,797 

CD) 

887 

634 

788 

1 ,298 

1,325 

CD) 

5,170 



Fuel, ice dealers 



Feed, farm, garden supply stores 



Jewelry stores 



2,247 


176 


737 


213 


26 


740 


123 


17 


852 


59 


10 


602 


113 


12 


292 


1 1° 


9 


458 


259 


24 


75? 


2?4 


IP 


620 


226 


15 


059 


901 


41 


352 



20,359 
3,075 
1,797 
1,410 
1l903 
1,365 
3,077 
2,377 
1,5'3 
3,735 



4,582 

34 

57 

64 

82 

125 

'fcO 

354 

467 

3,1 19 



722,246 

4,816 

7,352 

5,391 

8,547 

13,056 

46,988 

53,836 

91 ,324 

485,936 



33,813 

650 

CD) 

355 

04 1 

1.093 

2.596 

2.792 

CD) 

21 ."05 



2.595 
230 
186 
119 
119 
153 
373 
3'3 
365 
724 



n 1.075 
17.505 
17.094 
10.157 
11.743 

9,179 
15,12b 
10,749 

9,397 
lv.l23 



14.935 

2.938 

CD) 

CD) 

1.719 

1,324 

2,098 

1,173 

968 

423 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (RA) Hot available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere clASSlfied. XXX Not applicable. (z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
^Includes kinds of business not shown separately; nay also include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanation. ^Hay include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



43E271 O - 57 - 8 



1-86 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954- 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



DlvlBlon and city size 


Eatab- 

llebmentB 

(Bupber) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

llshnents 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

llshnents 

(Bumber) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL— Continued 


Book, stationery stores 


Sporting goods, bicycle stores 


Florists 




439 
63 
69 
27 
46 
59 
78 
16 
27 
21 


(D) 

(D) 
4.905 

(D) 
4.084 
3.708 
4.483 
1 .771 
1 .532 

360 


(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 
677 
183 
572 
146 
105 
16 


778 
55 
72 
33 
69 
80 

147 
89 
60 

163 


(D) 
3.383 
5.095 
2.632 
3.891 
1.871 
5.753 
2.597 
1.254 

(D) 


3.568 
315 
842 
341 
437 
592 
115 
181 
50 
181 


1.104 

156 

125 

S2 

74 

71 

155 

ISO 

101 

197 


38.798 
8.191 
5.195 
3.343 
3.290 
3.5B6 
5.756 
3.476 
2.327 
2.633 


6.526 




1.661 




1.068 




(D) 




700 




589 




999 




427 




(D) 




181 








Cigar stores, stands 


Nevs dealers, newsstands 


Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 




446 
92 
87 
37 
43 
33 
17 
23 
17 
52 


14.619 

3.676 

(D) 

852 

1 .119 

1 .338 

1 .920 

786 

(D) 

1.708 


1.186 

308 

200 

68 

18C 

159 

143 

63 

32 

23 


378 
13 
23 
23 
18 
31 
66 
64 
44 
53 


9.880 

(D) 

1.002 

620 

503 

1..053 

1.993 

1 .485 

(D) 

593 


555 

(D) 

100 

54 

52 

68 

132 

68 

(D) 

22 


819 
151 

51 
S4 
54 
51 

114 
89 
57 

225 


18.580 
3.525 
2.483 
1.338 
737 
1 .833 
2.758 
1.113 
1 .115 
3.317 






271 




(D) 




106 




77 




171 




198 




92 


2 500 to U 999 Inhabitants 


(D) 




22b 








Music stores 


Camera, photographic simply stores 


S0B3TORE BHAILERS, TOTAL 




538 
74 
61 
38 
53 
62 

108 
69 
29 
41 


40.756 

9.521 

CD) 

(0) 

1.630 

1.888 

5.615 

2.857 

689 

952 


5.178 

(D) 

1.543 

(D) 

590 

501 

515 

220 

40 

77 


189 
31 
18 
15 
25 
29 
35 
18 
7 
10 


ID) 

(D) 

2.239 

1.396 

4.115 

1 .921 

1 .717 

535 

203 

191 


(D) 

(D) 

305 

15B 

733 

250 

225 

18 

21 

12 


7.809 
982 
812 
456 
541 
595 
774 
653 
605 

2.41 1 


432.923 
93.533 
171.157 

CdI 

11.319 
19.818 
16.568 
17.906 


51.530 




12.94? 




21.822 




3.171 




2.011 




2.250 




1.525 


5 000 to 9 999 inhabitants 


1.961 




(D) ' 4.252 




32.294 1 1.20? 




1 




Mall order bouses 


Direct selling (house-to-house) 
organizations 






126 
30 
24 
12 
15 
11 
6 

10 
13 


238.083 

52.937 

(D) 

(D) 

170 

2.981 

1.023 

6.568 

(D) 

627 


30.185 

6.965 

(D) 

(D) 

90 

161 

118 

1.282 

(0) 

55 


7.184 
874 
712 
105 
487 
521 
591 
591 
559 

2.334 


150.957 
32.552 

(D) 
17.938 
1 1 .887 
12.887 
13.510 
10.611 

(D) 
29.118 


18.595 

5.399 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .731 

1 .582 

1 .575 

639 

(Dl 

049 


499 
78 
76 
59 
59 
63 
77 
37 
26 
64 


33.883 

7.944 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .962 

3.977 

2.135 

697 

(D) 

2.519 


2.758 




578 




(D) 


100 000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 


(D) 




187 




407 


10 000 to 21+ 999 inhabitants 


102 




«3 


2,500 to '+,999 lnliBbltant3 


(D) 


Remainder of United States 


198 



Standard Kotea: (d) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Hot available. n.e.c. Not elsevhere claaBlfied. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) Lsbb than $500. 



RepresentB zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-87 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE; 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


EBtab- 

llstanents 

{RuBber) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 


RBTAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


FOOD STORES, TOTAL* 


Grocery stores 




217(866 
18(507 
4(340 
20(638 
20(286 
17(601 
22( 19S 
18(9<,7 
18(725 
76(514 


20(608(887 
2(449(648 
753(489 
2(629(745 
2(531 (311 
1(916(633 
2(273(707 
1(703(929 
1(521 (770 
4(828(655 


2(139(033 
327(814 
92(471 
309(963 
296(547 
217(493 
228(272 
160(409 
131(260 
374(804 


55(727 
5(098 
911 
4i366 
4l691 
31805 
51175 
4i524 
4l539 

2218I8 


4(727(629 
503(357 
132(391 
532(684 
518(928 
410(527 
521(976 
430(426 
559(374 

1(317(966 


269(273 
35(156 
8(548 
33(973 
31 (081 
24(353 
29(492 
23(879 
19(174 
63(617 


46(912 
2(993 
693 
3(052 
3(869 
3(038 
4(331 
4(028 
3(879 

21 (029 


4(380(095 
416(251 
123(196 
480(362 
483 1 598 
3781421 
4881551 
4131246 
346.709 

1(249(771 


237,670 




27(089 




7(713 




28(844 




27(270 




21 (091 




26(447 




22(327 




18(286 




58(603 








Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 


Fruit 


stores, vegetable markets 


Candy, nut, confectionery stores 




2(014 
405 
25 
278 
158 
202 
ISM 
148 
177 
437 


104(406 

25(399 

1 (744 

18(644 

9(858 

9(914 

8(749 

6(154 

6(413 

17(531 


(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
1(277 
772 
670 
589 
389 
369 
836 


1 1575 
302 

75 
181 
167 
128 
153 
1 1 1 

71 
387 


46(354 
8(322 

(D) 
5(265 
5(413 
4i544 
4i463 
2(822 

(D) 
12(411 


92 
206 
284 
299 
218 
147 

40 
847 


2(004 

575 

17 

419 

180 

167 

177 

41 

75 

333 


47(280 
1 2 ( 524 
571 
6(935 
3(860 
4(130 
4(357 
1i337 
1 i750 
9iB16 


3(367 




691 




78 


100 000 to 2U9 999 inhabitants 


742 




303 




286 




311 




69 




133 




754 








Bakery products stores 


EATUG 


, DBimCIlIG PLACES, TOTAL' 


Eating places 
(including refreshment stands) 




1 (265 

268 

29 

189 

143 

126 

155 

95 

76 

184 


53(066 
13(980 
1 (156 
9(016 
7(301 
5( 180 
5(932 
3(329 
1 l454 
5i718 


11(092 

3(036 

256 

2(024 

1(668 

1(090 

1(134 

675 

238 

971 


321658 

3 1874 
744 
3i865 
3 1446 
3(084 
2(918 
2(376 
2(273 
10(078 


1(330(105 

242(218 

41 (969 

187(587 

139(920 

137(743 

102(000 

76(650 

67(785 

334(233 


233(465 
54(923 

7(741 
33(138 
25(046 
25(934 
16(314 
1 1 (614 

9(560 
49(195 


23(758 
2(264 
615 
2(593 
2(588 
2(264 
2(319 
1(911 
1(767 
7(437 


1 1006(143 

166(061 

36(081 

137(897 

111(178 

107(888 

82(970 

61(025 

51(501 

251(542 


196(192 




44(349 




6(966 


100 000 to 2I+9 999 Inhabitants 


27(385 




21(987 


25 000 to 1+9 999 Inhabitants 


22(520 




14(512 




9(956 




7(826 




40(691 










Drinking place 


• 


GEHERAL MERCHAJIDISE OROtU, TOTAL^ 


Department stores 




8(802 

1 (600 
129 

1(262 
852 
816 
589 
455 
500 

2(599 


3221508 
75 1 987 
5(888 
49(514 
28(592 
29(761 
18(906 
15(523 
16(192 
82(145 


37(273 
10(574 
775 
5(753 
3(059 
3(414 
1(802 
1(658 
1(734 
8(504 


13(549 
491 
118 
593 
640 
517 
892 
961 
1 (209 
8(128 


2(385(647 
364(650 
135(950 
354(899 
369(606 
198(400 
196(093 
132(683 
114(817 
518(547 


329(905 
68(964 
21 (979 
59(348 
55(746 
29(778 
26(072 
16(422 
13(145 
38(451 


447 

32 

5 

46 

105 
74 
81 
52 
25 
27 


1 (253(474 

303(872 

117(884 

268(241 

254(089 

115(196 

69(037 

29(606 

14(783 

80(766 


210(093 




59(396 




19,355 


100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 


47(100 






25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants 


18(542 






5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 






1(878 




9(964 








Variety stores 


General 


merchandise stores, n.e.c. 


APPAREL, ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL^ 




2(848 
246 
70 
249 
245 
167 
280 
308 
388 
895 


441 (463 
44(860 
13(863 
62(503 
68(181 
55(169 
61 (867 
45(979 
36(712 
52(329 


65.436 
7.460 
2.167 
9.553 

10.SB8 
8(198 
9(004 
6(638 
5(169 
6.659 


10(080 
211 
41 
292 
278 
270 
521 
589 
784 
7(094 


687(196 
15(842 
4(195 
24(101 
46(530 
27(915 
65(077 
56(840 
63(122 

383(574 


54(376 
2(108 
457 
2(695 
4(796 
3(038 
7(512 
5(844 
6(098 

21 (828 


14(177 
1.553 
346 
1 (643 
1(795 
1 (927 
1 (949 
1(511 
1.322 
2.131 


1(288.176 

186(134 

49(055 

210(273 

201(492 

185(908 

158(479 

97(933 

79.116 

119.786 


165(968 




27,371 


250 000 to U99 999 inhabitants 


7(123 


100 000 to 2l*9 999 inhabitants 


30(223 




28,291 


25 00b to hS 999 inhabitants 


22,779 




18(815 


5 000 to 9 999 inhabitants 


10(361 


2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants 


8(644 




12(361 








Shoe stores 


Women's 


clothing, specialty stores 


FURIIITURE, HOME FUHfl SUNOS, 
APPLIANCE DEALERS, TOTAL ' 




2(432 

309 
80 
376 
401 
354 
386 
194 
126 
206 


213(496 
33(202 
12(835 
40(365 
39(982 
34(937 
25(646 
9(278 
5(466 
11 (785 


27.196 
4.470 
1.695 
5.408 
5.212 
4(241 
3(264 
989 
531 
1(3!<6 


5(171 
541 
126 
571 
668 
785 
790 
542 
484 
664 


499(719 
69(889 

(D) 
82(759 

(D) 
80(881 
66(696 
32(638 

(D) 
35(255 


64(946 

11 (122 

(D) 

11 (705 

(D) 

9(484 

7(498 

3(322 

(D) 

3(777 


11(437 
826 
244 
1 (246 
1(221 
1 (131 
1(538 
1(281 
1 (176 
2(774 


1 .054.056 

131 (104 

31(013 

152(815 

146(747 

122(534 

141(383 

92(845 

81 (596 

154(019 


155(114 




20(436 


250,000 to '+99,999 Inhabitants 


5(014 




23(560 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


24,325 






10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants 


21(318 




12(971 


?,5no t.n l»,9pQ lnb'>>ii + ont«^ 


10(206 


RpmalnilPr of Ifrilt-wl STAt/js 





Standard Hotee: (D) Withheld to avoid diBcloaure. (HA) Hot available. n.e.c. Hot eleevbere claBBlfled. X3DC lot applicable. (Z) Lesa than $500. ... RcpresentB zero. 
^Includes irinrtn of busineas not shovu separately; may alao Include data foe eetabliBbnenta without payroll ^Aich could not be claasifled by detailed Mnd of buaiiteaB. See Intro- 
duction for explanation. ^*ay include data for eatabllBlaentB without payro3J. which could not be claasifled by detailed kind of buainess. See Introduction for explanation. 



1-88 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954- 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city elze 



Estab- 

llsbmentB 

(Humber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll. 

entire year 

(tl.OOO) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 
($1,000) 



Eatab- 

lishments 

(Humber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



SOUTH ATLANTIC— Contii 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more liihabitants . . . 
250,000 to '(99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants., 
25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 iiihabltants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Ijihabitants 

2,500 to l»,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 

250,000 to lt99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21(9,9 inhabitants.. 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to i"9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2't,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2, 500 to l»,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or mote Inhabitants. . . 
250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2'>9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to li9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to '+,999 Inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total..... ^ 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more 'inhabitants... 
250,000 to '(99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21(9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '(9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l(,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1(,999 Inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities wlth"50O,0OO or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1(99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21(9,999 inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1(9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'(,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1(,999 Inhabitants 

"Remainder of United States , 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1(99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21(9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1(9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l(,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '(,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



fumishlnga stores 



Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



AUTOMonvi; oioup, total' 



6.982 

152 
815 

6B3 
916 
778 
691 
1.618 



087.962 
86.913 
21 .722 

1 04 . 279 
97 . 1 1 7 
73..!90 
88.882 
60 . 30a 
53.706 

102.719 



106.9514 

15.201 

3.513 

16.978 

16.796 

11.592 

1«.350 

8.959 

6.867 

12.596 



1.U05 
268 
78 
U25 
152 
14U0 
520 
501 
179 

1 .112 



365.100 
11.115 
9.169 
18.106 
19.561 
19.172 
52.189 
32.525 
28.832 
51.098 



18.160 
5.235 
1 .501 
6.582 
7.529 
7.515 
5.968 
1.012 
3.339 
5.119 



1 1 .175 

195 

197 

950 

1 .083 

1 .031 

1.518 

1.169 

1 .375 

3.397 



3.773.753 
350.599 
113. 069 
511.1 10 
179.090 
351 .723 
506.165 
385.232 
338.819 
721.515 



355.150 
37.530 
10.810 
19.101 
19.828 
3P.591 
50.191 
36.712 
29.510 
62(581 



Passenger car dealers (franchised) 



Passenger car dealers (nonfranchlsed) 



Tire, battery, accessory dealers 



5.016 
153 
36 
181 
327 
385 
699 
751 
768 

1.713 



3.055.039 
286.791 
87.705 
376.715 
350.173 
281.225 
125.868 
329.188 
292.165 
512.178 



302.970 
30.192 
8.199 
35.797 
39.511 
31.286 
13.010 
32.358 
25.270 
51.911 



017 


362 


538 


183 


38 


157 


81 


10 


880 


100 


78 


519 


115 


61 


355 


299 


35 


109 


331 


31 


389 


291 


22 


557 


203 


22 


036 


81 1 


58 


903 



19.775 
3.500 

(D) 
1.379 
3.100 
1 .876 
1 .501 
1.001 

(D) 
2.770 



2.657 
130 
61 
228 
217 
218 
102 
383 
370 
618 



279.099 
21.939 
1 1 .853 
10.595 
11.322 
33.311 
11.173 
30.208 
21 .290 
30.878 



36.055 
3.118 
1.819 
5.290 
6.558 
1.517 
5.631 
3.152 
2.056 
2.811 



gasolue service stahohs 



LUMBSK, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, 
FARM EQUIPHEHT DEAI£RS, TOTAL^ 



Farm equipment dealers 



26.155 
1.035 
167 
2.019 
2.075 
1 .799 
2.575 
2. 195 
2.326 

1 1.610 



1 1139.528 
105.895 
31.170 
131.511 
135.012 
111.752 
116.510 
127.629 
1 1 9 . 1 95 
523.551 



110.527 
11.950 

3.375 
12.191 
12.518 

9.182 
1 1.261 

9.888 

7.702 
32.125 



9.281 
517 
117 
731 
588 
535 
993 
938 
1 .092 
3.513 



1.397.398 

82.311 
12.931 
121.211 
115.188 
123.952 
183.505 
112.897 
131 .715 
123.112 



163.369 

10.821 
5.322 
15.333 
19.003 
15.136 
22.329 
16.972 
11.302 
13.118 



1 .532 

2 

12 

31 

60 

53 

175 

158 

213 

787 



256.081 

(D) 
(D) 
11.275 
13.592 
11.318 
37.519 
28.188 
10.876 
111 .515 



26.916 
(D) 

(d) 

1.11 1 
1.528 
1.151 
1.511 
3.027 
1.079 
10.811 



LUEiber, building materials dealers 



Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 



Hardware stores 



2.62« 


701 


012 


113 


51 


638 


39 


32 


ISn 


206 


67 


895 


201 


86 


191 


IBS 


59 


281 


292 


81 


816 


271 


73 


105 


278 


19 


123 


1.012 


195 


772 



83 


766 


1 .312 


6 


713 


11 1 


3 


887 


35 


8 


211 


173 


10 


823 


195 


7 


722 


179 


10 


0P9 


200 


8 


927 


101 


5 


517 


85 


21 


771 


231 



95.377 

(0) 

(D) 

15.832 

21 .598 

1 3 . 50 1 

13.50? 

1.177 

2.622 

7.919 



15.001 

(D) 

(D) 

2.611 

3.179 

1 .972 

1.923 

617 

309 

951 



3. 785 
317 
61 
321 
231 
213 
323 
395 
181 

1 .113 



310.009 
15.031 
5.373 
26.186 
23.907 
39.559 
17.522 
30.827 
38.882 

106.722 



DRIK STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RFTAIL STORES, TOTAL* 



Liquor stores 



01 1 


691 


005 


750 


105 


609 


215 


23 


819 


815 


92 


172 


7 21 


75 


159 


567 


65 


117 


699 


71 


515 


631 


59 


820 


650 


53 


1 11 


926 


110 


609 



95.502 
11.937 

3.156 
13.101 
1 1.193 

9.996 
10.991 

8.117 

6.701 
16.180 



27.351 
2.596 
691 
3.031 
2.856 
2.118 
2.975 
2.175 
2.126 
7.815 



2.053.355 
275.295 
68.196 
258.375 
228.655 
175.103 
213.559 
115.111 
152.800 
515.125 



181.517 
30.512 
7.197 
29.173 
25.078 
17.062 
18.363 
1 1 .958 
1 1 .355 
32.708 



Fuel, ice dealers 



.011 


318 


275 


223 


18 


120 


18 


1 


062 


325 


57 


807 


298 


31 


317 


233 


23 


651 


331 


30 


286 


288 


21 


911 


287 


20 


720 


.035 


80 


.356 



10.329 
5.378 
138 
7.619 
1.1R8 
3.230 
3.981 
2.917 
2.583 
8.992 



Feed, farm, garden supply stores 



25 

21 
161 
162 
165 
337 
312 
110 
1 .198 



553.209 
(D) 
10.601 
35.505 
25.151 
32.336 
69.761 
50.215 
(D) 

251 .855 



30.721 

(D) 

531 

2.151 

1.812 

2.311 

3. 813 

3.058 

(D) 

1 1 .801 



3.678 
572 
207 
lie 
135 
253 
298 
252 
295 
917 



512.359 
107.095 
26.778 
69.115 
59.296 
11 .716 
11.556 
29.257 
29.832 
91.581 



Jewelry stores 



3.021 
270 
86 
311 
332 
307 
112 
116 
383 
501 



181 .068 
30.123 
13.211 
27.565 
28.515 
21 .078 
21 .758 
11.525 
11.151 
12.578 



37.555 
1.516 
658 
3.061 
3.173 
1.988 
5.863 
1.101 
1.297 
9,596 



23.359 
5.512 
1.368 
3.309 
2.587 
1.531 
1 .731 
1.210 
1.293 
1.712 



30.332 
5.609 
2.181 
1.780 
5.257 
3.700 
3.513 
2.107 
1.397 
1.155 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Hot available. n.e.c. Hot elsewhere classlrled. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) Leas than $500. ... Represents zero. 
* Includes kinds of business not shown separately; may also Include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanation. ^May Include data for establisfanentB without payroU which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-89 



Table IM RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Nunber) 


Sales 
(*li000) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

liebmentB 

(number) 


Sales 
(*1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

lishments 

(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 
($1,000) 


SOUTH ATLANTIC — Continued 


Book, stationery stores 


Sporting goods, bicycle stores 


norlstB 




621 
115 

18 
8U 
92 
7U 
9P 
50 
36 


(D) 
14l2«lt 

(D) 
9.010 
91652 
5.622 
6. 196 
3.372 
1 .176 
2.193 


(D) 

2.297 

(D) 

I>873 

1|894 

956 

909 

472 

142 

297 


1 .073 

87 

26 

126 

1 14 

124 

169 

105 

79 

243 


44.383 
5.956 

(D) 
7.104 
7.593 
5.806 
5.913 
2.4*5 

(D) 
5.985 


(D) 
668 
(D) 
848 
1.120 
568 
511 
184 
129 
476 


2.172 
218 
64 
243 
243 
139 
264 
213 
247 
521 


59 • 1 08 
8.545 
2.211 
8.266 
8.700 
6.151 
7.282 
4.863 
4.360 
81 730 


9,349 


Cities with 500,000 or more inhabitants 


1.409 




434 


100,000 to 2'i9, 999 inhabitants 


1.501 


50,01X1 to 09,999 inhabitants 


1.573 




1.115 


10,000 to 2U,999 Inhabitants 


1 .049 


5,000 to 9 999 inhabitants 


538 




484 




1.146 








Cigar stores, stands 


News dealers, newsstands 


Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 




3ie 

46 
9 
7U 
«7 
7U 
36 
27 
12 
23 


(n) 

(D) 

481 

2.877 

1 .451 

2. 129 

985 

1.551 

212 

784 


(D) 
200 

52 
323 
159 
108 

74 

70 
(D) 

42 


744 

102 
16 
74 
78 

123 
89 
86 
58 

108 


22.868 
3.817 
(D) 
2.774 
2.212 
4.161 
2.584 
2.494 
(D) 
2.663 


1.626 
ID) 
41 
278 
222 
329 
164 
133 
(D) 
128 


1.586 
155 
18 
155 
169 
200 
177 
141 
130 
441 


34.891 
5.519 
620 
3.401 
4.054 
4.705 
3.306 
2.460 
2.126 
B.689 


3.075 




519 


250,000 to 't99.999 inhabitants 


(Dl 


100 000 to 21*9 999 inhab^' tants 


315 




378 


25,000 to U9 999 inhabitants 


401 




255 


5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 


228 




(D) 




746 








Music stores 


Camera, photographic supply stores 


NONSTOHE RETAILERS, TOTAL 




533 
83 
19 
109 
13C 
78 

loa 

tl 
23 
15 


43.588 
8.748 
1 .994 
8.565 

10.071 
4.913 
4.498 
1 .585 
576 
2.638 


6.025 

1.301 

(D) 

1(282 

1.356 

666 

582 

184 

(Dl 

263 


292 

35 

7 

53 

39 

52 
31 
25 
14 
35 


22.277 

5.757 
684 
4.361 
3.736 
2.791 
1.941 
1.082 
427 
1.498 


2.725 

620 
102 
553 
525 
246 
339 
141 
IS 
171 


9.032 

1 .241 

255 

1 .316 

1 .047 

747 

965 

601 

535 

2.304 


468.125 
101.543 
80.295 
61 .071 
90.193 
22.834 
29.319 
12.670 
13.409 
55.790 


66.033 








11.905 


100,000 to 21*9 999 inhabitants 


10.522 




14.008 




3.342 


10,000 to 2U 999 inhabitants 


2.820 




1.185 


2,500 to ^,999 inhabitants 


950 




6.090 








Mall order houE 


es 


Direct selling (house-to-house) 
organizations 


Merchandise vending machine operators 


United States, total 


215 
25 
10 
U5 
18 
21 
26 
7 
1 1 
52 


(n) 

(D) 

5.539 

(D) 

584 

1 .495 

(D) 

484 

12.265 


(D) 
IDI 
(D) 
874 
(01 

50 
125 
(D) 

58 
2.354 


8.190 

1 .125 
208 

1 .186 
924 
665 
890 
557 
490 

2.145 


231.91 1 
44.039 
10.896 
40.183 
37.476 
15.894 
24.758 
10.866 
10.190 
37.609 


36.131 

7.593 

(D) 

8.199 

7.703 

2.557 

2.446 

(D) 

706 

2.963 


627 
91 
38 
85 

125 
61 
49 
37 
34 

107 


(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

14.349 

(D) 

6.355 

3.066 

(D) 

2.735 

6.916 


(D) 




(D) 


250 000 to U99 999 inhabitants 


(D) 






50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


(D) 




635 


10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants 


249 




(D) 


2,500 to 'i,999 Inhabitants 


186 


Remainder of United States 


773 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Fepreaents zero. 



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Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishmencs, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



DlvlBlOD and city size 


Estab- 

llshmeots 

(Ifumber) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

liebments 

(number) 


Sales 
(»1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

lisbsieQtB 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 


R3TAIL TRADE, TOTAL 


FOOD ST0RE3, TOTAL' 


Grocery stores 




I00t623 

• •• 
11 »2U0 

Btuya 

31459 
6i8PU 
9i595 

1 li8?U 
9t8m 

39t3«9 


a»354» 102 
• • • 

1 1 5591 400 
1 .0951605 
397 f 533 
694 f 132 
955t430 
978 » 720 
707*777 
11965.505 


775.478 

180.497 
121.577 
46.144 
73.609 
93.210 
84.675 
55.446 
120.320 


29.222 

2.582 
1 .933 
842 
1 .858 
2.600 
3.192 
2.483 
13.732 


1.981.884 

330.973 
217.083 
85.659 
161.297 
227.318 
230.486 
147.792 
541.274 


98.105 

20.543 

13.259 

5.069 

8.480 

12.295 

1 1 .175 

7.645 

19.639 


27.308 

2.153 
1.689 
705 
1.692 
2.409 
2.962 
2.346 
13.352 


1 .901.359 

307.183 
206.072 
79.677 
154.296 
218.916 
222.548 
163.400 
549.267 


91.084 










100,000 to 2^9,999 inhabitants 


12(165 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


4.545 






10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants 








2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants 


7.425 












(feat mrketB, fiah (aeafood) n&rketa 


Fruit 


stor«a, Tegetable markets 


Candy, nut, confectionery stores 


United States, total 


391 
• *• 
54 
60 
22 
46 
35 
U6 
34 
94 


(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
1 t849 
2t929 
2i855 
2f706 
(D) 
3i313 


(D) 

669 
(D) 
166 
194 
159 
190 
CD) 
174 


412 
• • • 
P8 
54 
25 
32 
54 
43 
32 
84 


10.2S4 
• •• 
(D) 

1.724 
509 
672 

1.373 

1.019 
(B) 

1 .906 


266 

id' 
75 
13 
7 
42 
23 

(D) 
32 


318 
• •• 
82 
40 
25 
30 
36 
27 
21 
57 


8.300 

(d' 

(D) 
437 
6)9 
934 
482 
425 
2.070 


904 


Cities with — 500,000 or nore Inhabitants 








100,000 to 2lv9,999 inhabitants 


155 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


31 


25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants 


73 


10,000 to 2^,999 inhabitants 


84 




44 


2,500 to '*,999 Inhabitants 


47 




144 








Bakery products stores 


EAmc, 


mnKuo PUCES, total^ 


Eating places 
(Including refreshment stands) 




333 

• •• 
93 
51 
15 
33 
39 
51 
16 
35 


13.777 

• •• 

(D) 

2.134 

729 

1.426 

1 .331 

1 .593 

fD) 

1 lii26 


2«774 
• •• 
(D) 
427 
207 
251 
277 
279 
(D) 
173 


13.063 
• • • 
2.124 
1 .537 
628 
1 .101 
1 .313 
1 .367 
1 .045 
3.948 


434.920 
«• • 

100.323 
63.181 
23.035 
40.992 
41.793 
35.625 
26.168 

103.803 


69.886 
• •• 

18.935 
1 1 .748 
4.218 
6.737 
5.938 
5.068 
3.652 
13.590 


10.299 

• •• 
1.517 
1.109 

447 

822 
1 .085 
1.169 

883 
3.267 


344.715 
• •• 

75.193 
51 .793 
16.566 
31,113 
33.647 
29.842 
22.365 
84.197 


59,757 


Cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants 






15.71» 


100,000 to 2^*9,999 inhabitants 


(D) 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


3.290 




5,484 


10,000 to 2U,999 inhabltanta 


5.142 




4.440 


2,500 to l+,999 inhabltanta 


(D) 




11.849 








Drinking place 


s 


GEHERAL MERCHAJIDISE CROUP, TOTAL^ 


Department stores 




2i734 

603 
424 
181 
277 
222 
190 
160 
677 


89.862 

2S.046 
1 1 . 364 
6.469 
9.863 
8.100 
5.667 
3.763 
19.590 


10.129 
• •• 

3.221 
(D) 
928 

1.253 
796 
608 
(D) 

1.741 


8.692 

382 
259 
118 
225 
422 
786 
783 
5.717 


1.005.102 

• • • 

209.347 

157.323 

55.863 

83.625 

97.300 

77.082 

55.060 

249.502 


120.629 
• •• 

34.309 

24.083 

8.501 

12.591 

12.962 

8.934 

5.241 

14.008 


134 

>•• 
19 
22 
17 
27 
34 
10 
2 
3 


407.719 

152.071 

119.787 

3B.642 

39.860 

35.984 

6.475 

(D) 

(D) 


66.404 




• •• 


250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 


27.792 


100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 


18.913 




5.970 


25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants 


6.500 




5.523 




1.041 


2,500 to l*,999 inhabitants ' 


(DI 




(01 








Variety store a 


Gener&l 


nerchancUse stores, n.e.c. 


APPAREL, ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL* 




li300 

147 
101 

«0 
64 
119 
210 
194 
425 


162.180 

28.016 
(D) 
10.244 
19.82S 
23.705 
23.111 
(D) 
1 7 . 577 


23.350 

4.369 
ID) 
1.479 
3.075 
3.489 
3.368 
(D) 
1.740 


7.182 

214 
134 
57 
132 
265 
556 
585 
5.239 


U33.793 

19.224 

(D) 

6.911 

23.91 1 

37.601 

47.276 

(D) 

246.881 


30.875 

2.148 

(D) 

852 

3.016 

3.950 

4.525 

(D) 

11.694 


5.761 
• •• 

833 
657 
306 
587 
774 
914 
489 
999 


512.585 

119.124 

(D) 

(D) 

53.345 

67.349 
61.795 
37.653 
46.187 


52.924 


Cities with — 500,000 or ncre inhabitants 


• •• 




18.915 


100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 1 


(D) 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


(D) 




6.83» 


in^nnn +j-i ?1i,Q99 inhnMt«ntFi 1 


7.748 




6.351 


2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 


3.359 


RfmRlnrtT oT IMItPfl HiAi^n. , , , , , 


3.701 








Shoe atorea 


Women's 


clothing, specialty stores 


FURHITURE, BIME FURHISBIHOS, 
APPLIAKCl DEALERS, TOTAL' 




1 lOZO 

• •• 

I7e 

164 
75 
138 
176 
128 
63 
96 


74.981 

• • 

ID) 

(0) 

(D) 

10.579 

11.036 

5.772 

2.101 

2.330 


9.299 

• •■ 
(D) 

(dI 

1.002 

1.215 

1.277 

429 

138 

140 


1 .839 
• •• 
253 
223 
1 19 
194 
267 
302 
208 
273 


180.603 

• • • 

(D) 

41 (204 

13.196 

19.659 

28.222 

17.570 

(D) 

9.305 


22.440 

(D) 
4.474 
1 .931 
2.391 
3.485 
1 .808 
(D) 
498 


4.859 
• •• 
544 
498 
184 
402 
598 
751 
596 

1 .244 


395.976 
• •• 

74.238 
58.344 

(D) 
39.935 
56.706 
53.439 

(D) 
56.170 


52.023 


Citie« wlth"500,000 or n»re Inhabitants 


• •• 




12.188 


100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 


8.193 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabltanta 


(D) 




5.719 


10,000 to 2tt,999 inhabitants 


7.674 




6. 568 




(Dl 


Reminder of Uhlted States j 


4.663 



Standard Hotea : (d) Withheld to aTold dladoaure. (1A) lot aTailable. n.e.c. lot elsewhere claealfled. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) Leaa than $500. ... Repreaenta tero. 
Tncludea kinds of buaineaa not shown aepaxately; nay also include data for eatabllahmenta without payroll which could not be claaaifled by detailed kind of bualneaa. See intro- 
duction for explanation. '»lfty include data for eatabllatawnta without payroll which could not be claaslfied by detailed kiul of busii»aa. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


Eitab- 

lishments 

(Kimber) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Soles 
(tl.OOO) 


PoyroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Eatab- 

llshments 

(Number) 


Sales 
(»1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(tl.OOO) 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL — Continued 


Fumltuj*, home fumlBblngs storet 


Household appliance, radio, TV stores 


AOTOMOTIVE GROUP, 


total' 


United States, total 


2.819 

37C1 
322 
1 19 
223 
381 
418 
333 
o51 


253i316 

501037 
41 1373 
141091 
22.920 
37.878 
33.792 
23ll81 
32i044 


34.889 

8.702 

(D) 

(D) 

3.329 

4.983 

4.485 

(D) 

2.752 


2.020 
• • • 

192 
174 
67 
179 
213 
333 
263 
599 


141 i344 

24il93 
16.941 

(d) 

17.015 
18.792 
19.547 
(Dl 
23.884 


17.134 

3.486 
(D) 
(0) 
2.390 
2.691 
2.183 
1.252 
1.911 


5.666 

454 
451 
167 
437 
751 
950 
765 
1.691 


1 i688i761 

• • • 

324i9»3 

(D) 

78.924 

148.781 

205.161 

236.1 19 

(D) 

314.132 


146.517 


Cities vlth — 500,000 or ncre inhabitants 






27.595 


100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitajits 


CD) 




7.989 


25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants 


14.650 




19i022 


5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 


2O12OO 




(Dl 




22i777 








Paseenger car dealere (franchlaed) 


Passenger car dealers (nonfranchlsed) 


Tire, battery, accessory dealers 




2.595 

105 
107 
60 
154 
318 
495 
442 
904 


1 .353.584 
• •• 
2531564 
1581556 
67.154 
1 15.317 
1581902 
1951821 
1451485 
266 1 785 


121.717 

• •• 
21.361 
15.533 
6.761 
12.044 
15.715 
17.613 
12.627 
2O1O63 


1 .507 

201 
219 
52 
136 
227 
192 
121 
359 


171 .804 

40i787 
34i425 

4i530 
16.505 
25.034 
19.456 

8.439 
22.527 


7.353 
• •• 

2.149 
1 .704 
214 
500 
804 
558 
235 
1 .078 


1.371 

119 
94 
48 
107 
191 
245 
193 
374 


133.394 
• •• 

(D) 
20.137 
6.808 
14.345 
20.600 
19.643 

(D) 
16.890 


15t322 




• •• 


250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 


(D) 




3i214 




973 




li991 




2i461 


5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 


1.954 




(D) 




1,227 








GASOLHIE SERVICE STATIONS 


LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS, TOTAL ^ 


Form equipment dealers 




10.812 

1.030 

807 

299 

705 

s(51 

1 1 158 

1 i065 

41 787 


5941351 
• • • 
71 1890 
62i501 
21 i769 
45.461 
64.756 
571174 
531268 

2071432 


43.854 
• •• 
6.788 
5.894 
1.911 
3.841 
5.424 
4.841 
3.485 

11.670 


5.051 

473 
317 
150 
288 
488 
715 
534 
1 .986 


538.137 

74.047 
(D) 
27i413 
42i799 
85.009 
91.735 

(d) 

179.227 


71.291 

9,383 

(D) 

3.917 

5.800 

10.544 

1 . 492 

(D) 

15.532 


1 .059 

'24 

24 

13 

36 

110 

188 

164 

500 


156.296 

(S) 

4.386 

(D) 

7.952 

23.248 

29.436 

(D) 

60.912 


14,401 






250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 


CD) 




492 


50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants 


(D) 
918 


10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants 


2.363 




2.754 


2,500 to lt,999 inhabitants 


(Dl 




4.907 








Lumber, bulldlne materials dealers 


Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 


Hardvare stores 


United States, total 


1 i427 

145 

95 

53 

95 

142 

175 

171 

551 


2751287 

451846 
37 1506 
17.097 
19.937 
36.708 
30.448 
25.826 
50.919 


34.525 
• • • 
6.076 
4.433 
2.440 
2.637 
5.080 
4.170 
3.223 
6.467 


530 
• ■ • 

71 
67 
44 
58 
84 
80 
47 
69 


38.312 
• • • 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
5.520 
6.266 

4.003 
1 .741 
2.101 


5.646 
• • •' 

(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
932 
772 
553 
183 
245 


2.029 

■ • • 
231 
129 
40 
87 
152 
272 
252 
866 


167.554 

15.708 
15.239 
4.014 
9.384 
18.787 
27.848 
21.279 
S5.295 


16.718 




• •• 




1.807 




1.849 




404 




1.313 


10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants 


2.329 


Ei^nnfi t-,n 0^990 lnh'»>'1tin*-fl 


3.005 




1.999 




4.012 








DRUG STORES, PROHUETARY STORES 


OTHER RETAIL STORES, TOTAL ' 


Liquor stores 




3.380 

593 
342 
145 
234 
296 
370 
335 
1.065 


256.185 

• •• 
51 1 106 

(D) 
13i638 
2O1664 
301973 
31 J 754 


31.976 

6.901 

(D) 
1.951 
2.860 
4.614 
3.869 

(D) 

4r79i 


10.841 

• • • 

1 1548 

1 il47 

454 

781 

1 .102 

1 .300 

1.174 

3i335 


703.477 

• •• 

129.565 

105.369 

(D) 

50.180 

72.121 

87.325 

(0) 

161 .543 


60.745 

■ •• 

(D) 

10.542 

(D) 

5.451 

5.540 

6.633 

4.275 

9.102 


1 .045 

• •• 

348 

188 

50 

50 

79 

«1 

78 

191 


1S5.997 
• • • 

43.701 

30.991 

(DJ 

6.8V4 

13.889 

6.746 

CD) 

20.215 


5,289 




• •• 


250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 


1.654 




1.086 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


(D) 




370 


10,000 to 2l*,999 Inhabitants 


525 




230 


2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 


(D) 
51 1446 


(D) 




752 








Fuel, tee dealers 


Feed, foim, garden supply stores 


Jewelry stores 


IMlted States, total 


1.356 
• •• 
130 
114 
31 
73 
161 
178 
!75 
494 


84.683 
• •• 

(Dl 

8.313 

3.571 

6.104 

9.950 

14.497 

fDl 

23.404 


11,353 

(D) 

(D) 

597 

1.067 

1.434 

2.076 

(D) 

2,675 


1 .625 

• ■ • 

79 

76 

34 

62 

117 

226 

244 

787 


239.979 

• • • 
15.290 
19.763 
5.430 
12.150 
22.297 
44.992 
34.188 
85.869 


12.426 

• •• 

1.208 

1 .024 

416 

696 

1.292 

2.191 

1 .545 

3.953 


1,221 

• •• 
186 
106 
55 
112 
174 
216 
173 
189 


73.579 
• •• 

21.515 

14.386 

5.013 

8.925 
9.204 
7.044 
3.828 
3.664 


11.771 




• •• 


250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 


CD) 




2.533 


50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants 


932 




1.472 


10,000 to 2h,<^ inhabitants 


1.333 


5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 


846 




(D) 


Remiilncler nf t.ln1 t^d States 


292 



Standard Botes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Hot aTallable. n.e.c. Hot elsevbere claaBlfled. XXX Hot applicable. (z) Lees than $500. ... Represents wro. 
* Includes Idoda of business not shown separately; may also include dAt& for est&bllsfaBents vlthout payroll vblcb could not be classified by detailed iLind of bualness. See intro- 
duction for explauaUon. ^4ay include data for establiahaents vlthout payroll vhleh couM not be classified by detailed Kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



1-92 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954- 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Estab- 

llshmentB 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Psyroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llsbments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



EAST SOUTH CENTRA! Continued 

United States, total 

Cities vith— 500,000 or more Inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2't9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants 

25,000 to ll9,999 Inhabitants 

10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to lt99,999 Inhabitants 

100,000 to 2lt9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1>9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2l|,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 

2,500 to l>,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States '. 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States , total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States....' 



Book, stationery stores 



Sporting goods, bicycle stores 



1 2 . 1 58 

3t82U 

2.840 

(D) 

1 >538 

1 1639 

568 

(D) 

258 



(D) 

736 
1*59 
Ids 
165 
281 

64 
(D) 

22 



15i791 

(D) 
Ut034 
1tl27 
1.325 
2.332 
1 .454 

(D) 
1 .402 



(D) 
465 
111 

86 
227 

90 
(D) 

90 



160 
103 
47 
86 
112 
170 
150 
249 



29.966 
■ • • 

5.440 
6.139 
1 .664 
3.212 
3.091 
3.926 
2.543 
3.951 



4,366 

(D) 

1,379 

293 

447 
459 
421 
(D) 
381 



Cigar stores, stands 



News dealers, newsstands 



Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 



(D) 
. •• 
ID) 
650 
360 
202 
306 
• • • 
81 
46 



(D) 

(D) 
40 
32 

11 
21 



(D) 
(D) 
300 
651 
729 
379 
262 
261 



(D) 

58 
(D) 
13 
30 
42 
7 



30 
165 



d,003 
• • • 

605 
253 
502 

1 ,027 
717 
(D) 

3,124 



744 

173 
60 
20 
31 

103 
48 
17 

292 



Music stores 



Camera, photographic supply stores 



NONSTORZ RETAILERS, TOTAL 



14.973 

(D) 

4.266 

1 .722 

2,072 

1 ,657 

(D) 

(D) 

84 



(D) 
633 
249 
205 
167 
(D) 
(D) 
10 



(D) 
(D) 
642 
531 
607 
IDI 
57 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
66 

91 
73 

ID) 
5 

(D) 



657 

500 
164 
276 
300 
309 
245 
825 



73.692 


(D) 


22,447 


3,344 


(D) 


(D) 


7,033 


644 


6,944 


449 


6,186 


444 


ID] 


31J 


14,787 


747 



Mall order houBes 



Direct selling (house -to -house) 
organl zat louB 



MerchaudlBe vending machine operatt^s 



(D) 
726 
(D) 

■•• 

ID) 
139 
(0) 
245 



(D) 

(01 

10 

(HI 



559 
429 
136 
244 
267 
289 
'35 
777 



68,484 

18. "^OS 
15.207 
3.504 
4.966 
4.678 
4,946 
4,460 
12.215 



(D) 
(D) 
692 
514 
338 
337 
266 
513 



(D) 

• •• 

(D) 
6,514 

(D) 
2,067 

ID) 
1,101 

(D) 
2,327 



(D) 

• •• 

(D) 
(D) 
CD) 

13r 

(D) 

97 

(D) 

214 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-93 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Eatab- 

llshmenta 

(Nujnber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Eatab- 

liahments 

(Number) 



Salea 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Eatab- 

llabmenta 

(Number) 



Salea 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



United States , total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to '199,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2119,999 Inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 

25,000 to It9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 11,999 Inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with"500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to '(99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2119,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 119,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants.,.. 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants., 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to l*,99g inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants., 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 



FOOD STORES, TOTAL' 



Grocery ptorea 



1621233 
)3i591 
ll*l705 
ISi&UU 
9..i(>7 
SiSOO 
21 .000 
19i235 
I610814 
UU.HOa 



in 1804 1 333 
\ .7181019 
1 .991 iJ20 
1 1903.767 
Il076lb53 
915.513 
2lO°t.S73 
1 I605i237 
11213.515 
21295.536 



1 ,1*211,392 
205,739 
223, 53t 
2161698 
1131071 

93.785 
197.688 
1331855 

91141(9 
148i573 



37.555 
3.0711 
2. BUS 
2.93i( 
1 .723 
1 .896 
4.661 
4.166 
3.525 

12.711 



3.344.564 
•'SO. 321 
407.417 
793.622 
226.547 
196.816 
500.703 
365.859 
261.249 
642.031 



173.980 
21 .830 
24.220 
23.883 
12.730 
10.486 
26.357 
18.024 
12.412 
24.038 



33.802 
2.440 
2.4?9 
2.520 
1 .492 
1 .716 
4.185 
3.761 
3.217 

12i012 



3.184.797 
320.363 
389.535 
367.324 
214.039 
190.001 
482,951 
340.514 
251.162 
620.808 



160.590 
19.043 
22.442 
21.553 
11.583 
9,873 
24.824 
16.920 
11,688 
22,664 



Meat markets, flah (aeafood) markets 



Fruit stores, vegetable markets 



Candy, nut, confectionery atorea 



1.046 

213 

57 

71 

7n 

42 

115 

114 

108 

255 



(D) 

13.715 

5.615 

12.216 

5.934 

2,470 

6.791 

6.429 

(Dl 

9.939 



(D) 
812 
381 
851 
512 
167 
407 
440 
(D) 
535 



597 
119 
91 
56 
33 
32 
60 
66 
30 

no 



15,689 
2.897 
3.282 
1 .385 
1 ,335 

606 
1 ,625 
1,420 

591 
3,448 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
41 
30 
9 
37 
24 
23 
263 



531 
81 
42 
80 
33 
26 
70 
54 
45 

100 



10,283 

1 ,712 

1 ,359 

1 .934 

451 

838 

996 

754 

885 

1 ,354 



954 
(D) 
200 
185 
51 
72 
81 
33 
(D) 
77 



Bakery producta atorea 



EATISG, DRIMKIIIG PLACES, TOTAL' 



Eating places 
(Including refreshment atanda) 



780 
99 

lor 

107 
58 
44 

137 
07 
63 
75 



23.387 
4.887 
\.DI 
3.831 
1 .778 
1 .236 
3,178 
2.050 
(D) 
2.001 



4.486 
1.118 
(D) 
70B 
379 
238 
465 
292 

(D^ 

326 



27.545 
3.188 
3,187 
2.867 
1 .805 
1 .557 
3.090 
2,854 
2,159 
5,837 



867,963 
134,718 
125.101 
124.789 
63.161 
51 .405 
94.756 
71 .818 
50.277 
151 .923 



149,185 
23,399 
25,549 
24,218 
12.172 

9,140 
16,817 
1 1 ,168 

7,446 
19,276 



18,314 
1 ,664 
2,126 
1 ,862 
1 ,140 
1 .076 
2.280 
2.041 
1 .590 
4.535 



660.229 
92.455 

101 .232 
97.189 
50.005 
39.581 
75.450 
55.754 
39.757 

106.805 



128.208 

18.635 

22.734 

21.078 

10.458 

7,904 

14,808 

9,977 

6,671 

15,942 



Drinking places 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP, TOTAL' 



Departanent atorea 



9,129 

1.306 
1 .U53 
1.001 
060 
■♦77 
8 Of, 
801 



i06.702 
42.J48 
23.835 
27.570 
13.U80 
1 1 .746 
18,292 
14.970 
10.4I0 
44.751 



20.977 
4.763 
2.815 
3.140 
1.714 
1.236 
2.009 
1.191 
775 
3,334 



8,523 
350 
391 
449 
239 
286 
823 
Oil 1 

1 ,009 
4,035 



1 ,'■23,307 
?53,547 
289,523 
'55,753 
124.159 
107.083 
190.592 
1 13.732 
78.838 
209,270 



21 8, "84 
39,538 
46,?25 
39,853 
18,990 
15,473 
25,331 
12,887 
7,431 
12,856 



217 


807,913 


18 


(D) 


30 


(D) 


41 


187,842 


33 


82,398 


34 


61 ,425 


52 


52,652 


6 


4,025 


3 


IDI 



132,290 

(D) 

(D) 

30,701 

1 3.204 

9.615 

8.410 

589 

(Dl 



Variety stores 



General merchandise atorea, n.e.c. 



APPAREL, ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL' 



2.i55 
121 
I 06 
190 
°1 
98 
.d51 

3ro 

358 
530 



247,328 
37. 146 

(D) 
35.430 
19.045 
20.U98 
39.311 
?8.aa7 

(D) 
18.227 



35,507 
5.698 

(D) 
5.766 
3.068 
3.029 
5.936 
4.260 

(D) 
1,808 



5,983 
209 
157 
216 
1 15 
152 
506 
613 
642 

3,363 



556,132 
(D) 
(D) 
32,475 
23,425 
25.522 
98.569 
80.802 
57.847 

189.809 



49.787 

(D) 

(D) 

3.365 

2.718 

2.829 

10.985 
8.038 
4.853 

1 1 .048 



b.939 
794 
898 

1.061 
707 
694 

1.545 

1 .260 
957 

1 .022 



865.558 

135.237 

129.880 

148.123 

8^.251 

69.316 

130.228 

79.521 

51 .012 

40.868 



1 10.347 

20.283 

19.751 

20.991 

1 1.193 

".445 

14.492 

7.670 

4.253 

3,258 



Shoe atorea 



Women'a clothing, apecialty atores 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHDICS, 
APPLIAJiCE DEALERS, TOTAL' 



,698 
212 
202 
254 
174 
167 
3?P 
198 



147,836 

29.225 

25,556 

30.823 

15.743 

13.324 

19.718 

8.5"5 

3.101 

1 .801 



19.050 

4i015 

3. 598 

4.310 

ll953 

1.576 

2.283 

787 

27r 

148 



3.204 
221 
331 
394 
273 
256 
6?3 
455 
327 
323 



307.455 
48,416 
43,455 
61 ,033 
32,853 
24,435 
43,373 
22,975 
13.163 
7,734 



38,703 
6,838 
7,052 

8,143 
4,'«89 
2,786 
5,525 
2,130 
94 1 
I1P9 



7,929 

587 

555 

869 

533 

524 

I ,354 

1,138 

856 

1,313 



695,093 

101 ,739 
71 ,429 

105.357 
55.398 
51 .305 

1 19.150 
87.528 
46.359 
55,828 



89,338 
15.039 
10.813 
15,815 
7,438 
6,619 
1 1,976 
9.B77 
1,367 
4,394 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Hot available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leaa than $500. ... Representa zero. 
Tncludes kinds of business not shown separately; may also Include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanation. *May include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of busiaeaa. See Introduction for explanation. 



1-94 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954- 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


Eatab- 

llBhmpnte 

(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(number) 


3ales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(*1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(tl,0OO) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(tl.OOO) 


WEST SOUTH CENTRAL — Continued 


Pumltuje, hone fumlBhlngs stores 


Household appliance, radio, TV stores 


AOTOMOTIVE GROUP, TOTAL' 




"ti522 
490 
4U8 
575 
335 
306 
7U3 
575 
14H2 
606 


443.912 
83.272 

(D) 
77.881 
35.408 
28. 153 
71.001 
41 .867 

(D) 
31 .956 


98.564 

12.546 

(D) 

1 1.805 

4.655 

3.581 

8.840 

4.439 

(D) 

2.683 


3.343 
193 
205 
288 
190 
214 
505 
557 
408 
583 


250.351 
18.443 

(D) 
28.420 
19.932 
23.094 
48.077 
45.577 

(D) 
23.490 


30.774 
2.493 
(D) 
4.010 
2.783 
3.038 
6.155 
5.436 
(D) 
1.711 


10.460 

601 

912 

898 

610 

529 

1 .684 

1.738 

1.391 

1.997 


3.095.018 
298.679 
428.015 
384.019 
230.402 
195.694 
493.729 
406.591 
310.227 
347.652 


254.348 










100 000 to 2ii9j999 inhabitants 


34.039 
















32.341 














Passenger car dealers (franchised) 


Passen^r car dealers (nonfranchlsed) 


Tire, battery, accessory dealers 


United States, total 


U(36a 
117 
119 
17a 

16U 
201 
733 
908 
866 
li082 


2.448.089 
225.700 
305.071 
272.809 
1^4.551 
148.352 
401 .272 
345.970 
282.055 
301 .299 


206.079 
2 1 . 266 
25.252 
25.751 
14.732 
13.464 
55.830 
28.022 
20.686 
21.076 


2.801 
243 
497 
411 
262 
230 
448 
280 
140 
290 


517.195 
35.745 
75.875 
51.835 
37.569 
22.861 
39.953 
21.718 
7.100 
14.542 


10.440 

1.517 

2.251 

1 .955 

1.116 

714 

1.555 

700 

227 

503 


2.825 
185 
204 
230 
142 
196 
451 
526 
378 
593 


275.018 
26.570 
34.510 
39.070 
25.242 
20.386 
49.827 
37.587 
20.454 
22.172 


33.342 




3.846 






100,000 to 2lf9 999 inhabitants 


5.703 




3.570 


25,000 to 1+9,999 Inhabitants 


2.566 




5.774 




5.485 


p "yyi t^ L 999 InhnMtftntR 


1.572 




1.588 








GASOLDIE SERVICE STATIONS 


LUMBER, BUILDIHO MATERIALS, HARDWARE, 
FARM E9UIPME1IT DEALERS, TOTAL 


Farm equipment dealers 




20.038 
1.212 
1t555 
1<6B0 
1.01U 
941 
2.496 
2.291 
2.091 
6.758 


1.057.175 

98.391 

104.580 

113.892 

58.353 

61 .940 

145.959 

115.219 

97.800 

250.031 


90.289 

10.002 

10.859 

11.193 

6.853 

6.107 

13.427 

9.400 

7.312 

15.125 


9.939 

525 

614 

540 

4 88 

458 

1 .250 

1 .329 

1 .362 

3.253 


1.299.597 
99.262 

112.556 
139.nB9 
84.835 
73.156 
186.127 
170.341 
155.029 
278.285 


133.245 
12.735 
1 1 .078 
15.759 
8.965 
8.730 
19.540 
17.268 
14.955 
24.494 


1.991 

10 

39 

43 

57 

64 

254 

373 

412 

739 


294.220 

(D) 

5.0J3 

6.617 

n .474 

11 .982 

48.436 

52.096 

(_Dl 

85.560 


27.834 




(D) 




572 




969 




1.315 


25,000 to 1+9 999 Inhabitants 


1.482 




4.591 




5.799 


2 500 to h 999 inhabitants 


(D) 




7.348 








Lumber, bulldiof oaterlals deiilers 


PlusiblDg, paint, electrical stores 


Harlwape stores 


United States, total 


4.156 
214 
295 
291 
240 
198 
520 
496 
4R6 

1.41« 


751 .000 
72.223 
84 . 8 1 2 

100.282 
57.449 
46.235 
97.782 
76.952 
70.783 

1 44 . 472 


75,423 
8.969 
7.903 

10.711 
5.558 
5.222 

10.112 
7.938 
6.525 

13.375 


1 .206 

94 

156 

1U6 

110 

89 

248 

130 

88 

145 


85.547 

Cd) 

16.349 
17.072 

9.334 

7.952 
14.067 

4.334 
(D) 

4,053 


12.495 

(D) 

1 .983 

2.517 

1 .567 

1 .503 

1.915 

554 

(D) 

559 


2.555 

207 
122 
158 
79 
105 
256 
328 
370 
951 


157.640 

12.258 

6.378 

1 3 . 1 06 

6.571 

6.983 

25.732 

26.943 

25.513 

44.156 


16.495 




1.202 


250,000 to 499 999 inhabitants 


620 




1.462 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


714 




723 




2.924 


5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 


2.997 




2.439 


P'*mn1n'iT "f 'fnl t'-rt StFitf R ■..,.,, i , 


3.412 








DRUG STORES, PROFSIETART STORES 


OTHER RETAIL STORES, TOTAL^ 


Liquor stores 




5.861 
5U0 
457 
634 
355 
309 
704 
641 
633 

1.578 


479.324 
51.039 
62.779 
57.042 
35.477 
31.025 
67.060 
50.041 
41 .501 
53.360 


51.233 
9.258 
9.051 
9.469 
4.912 
3.947 
8.696 
5.773 
4.475 
5.441 


19.414 
1 .827 
2.263 
2.117 
1 .343 
1 .159 
2.550 
2.317 
1 .762 
3.966 


1.194.732 
128.536 
155.467 
130.729 
89.284 
58.080 
147.558 
132.399 
113.980 
228.599 


108,972 

16,512 

17.548 

15.091 

8.598 

6.974 

13.421 

8.930 

6.342 

14.455 


3.106 
413 
474 
330 
262 
218 
332 
263 
195 
618 


209.370 
33.313 
48.608 
22.278 
22.650 
12.453 
18.883 
11.502 
7.970 
31.713 


9.210 




1,940 




2, 130 




1.152 




801 




522 




831 


5,000 to 9,999 Ijihabitanta 


553 




269 




1.202 








Fuel, ice dealers 


Feed, fam, gaiden supply stores 


Jewelry stores 


United States , total 


1.584 

87 

136 

91 

54 

56 

150 

157 

203 

540 


106.335 

(D) 

5.680 

4.332 

4.910 

3.771 

11.821 

13.854 

(D) 

48 . 1 07 


14.312 
(D) 

Id) 

665 
542 
615 
1.808 
1.991 
2.064 
5.695 


2.541 
59 
1 14 
126 
79 
106 
329 
383 
410 

1.035 


385.483 
10.919 
10.445 
12.760 
13.376 
15.110 
52.043 
71.213 
74.754 

125.868 


19.739 
939 

785 
1.194 
832 
7*4 
3.000 
3.499 
2.890 
5.915 


2.092 
179 
208 
206 
125 
156 
577 
553 
265 
233 


142.590 
22.590 
26.023 
28.021 
14.51 1 
10.585 
20.391 
11.176 
5.744 
3.548 


20.621 




5.924 


250,000 to U99,999 ijihabitants 


5.941 




4.442 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


1.989 




1.547 




2.792 


5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 


1.185 




455 


Remainder of United States 


246 



Standard Rotea; (D) Withheld to avoid diaclosxire. (HA) lot anllable. n.c.c. lot eiaewhere clualfl«4. XXX lot applicable. (z) Less than t^OO. ... Rapreseatt tero. 
Includfa klnda of buslneaa not shown saparatelyj may alao Include data for eatahlletBKnta vlthout payroll vhlch oould not ba claaslfied bj detailed kind of buali»a«. See Intro* 
ductlon for explanation. ^4ay Inrliidf data for eatabllahaanta vlthout payroll vhlch could not be claaalflcd by detailed kind of bualnesa. See Introduction for explanatloa. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-95 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE; 19^4-GEOGRAPHlC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Ointinued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



EBtab- 

llBhlKDtS 

(Number) 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llabaenta 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llsbments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL — Contin 

United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inliabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants... 

100,000 to 2l»9,999 Inhabitants... 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants 

25,000 to li9,999 Inhabitants 

10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 Inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith--500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or acre inhabitsnts . . . 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vlth— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

der of United States 



Book, stationery stores 



Sporting goods, bicycle stores 



1\ 
62 
84 
37 
29 
S7 
55 
22 
3» 



(D) 
8<811| 

3l253 

3.«ei 

5<710 

1 1782 

(D) 

115 



8i007 

(D) 

2 1 000 

1l531 

589 

5U6 

8a9 

\S2 

(D) 

15 



773 
83 
86 
63 
62 
70 

138 
73 
U2 

136 



(D) 
6t76<J 
U.732 
5iOS3 

3ini9 
5t333 
1 t866 
(D) 
2 1 360 



(D) 
(D) 
?08 
780 
575 
?78 
U02 
92 
38 
2«3 



1.736 
182 
231 
180 
99 
89 
219 
258 
203 
295 



U4|101 
6ll9it 
6(234 
6l955 
3.711 
3>060 
6.71 1 
5.112 
3.137 
2.987 



5.855 
(D) 
978 

1.067 
627 
411 
946 
464 
(D) 
170 



Cigar stores, stands 



News dealers, newsstands 



Gift, novelty, souvenir storea 



271 
57 
71 
73 
24 
21 
13 
5 



8.U96 

2.453 

2.208 

1 .798 

700 

751 

308 

54 

115 

109 



60C 

223 

131 

98 

39 

67 

16 

4 

7 

15 



484 
50 
42 
46 
40 
37 

106 
83 
37 
43 



12.152 

1 .604 

1.632 

1 .498 

1.402 

867 

2.203 

1.908 

622 

416 



693 

139 

(D) 

104 

118 

64 

97 

69 

(D) 



623 
95 
69 
76 
39 
31 
89 

as 

34 
105 



11.583 

2.092 

1 .899 

1 .472 

891 

843 

1 .595 

1 .347 

403 

1 .041 



1.030 

(D) 

232 

82 

79 

133 

129 

88 

(Dl 



Music stores 



Camera, photographic supply stores 



NOKSTORE RETAILERS, TOTAL 



460 
47 
74 
94 
58 
39 
92 
47 
12 
17 



36.896 

(D) 
6.178 
8.490 
4.721 
3.080 
5.088 
1 .552 
(D) 
414 



5.242 
(D) 
967 

1.263 
584 
423 
494 
152 
(D) 
33 



139 

15 

30 

34 

10 

15 

22 

6 

5 

2 



20.017 

(D) 

8.612 

4.344 

1.435 

909 

023 

201 

144 

(0) 



2.557 

(D) 

1 .088 

658 

148 

125 

110 

25 

42 

IDI 



6.030 
793 

1 .008 
895 
449 
346 
732 
540 
339 
928 



282.902 

56.550 

104.463 

40.352 

18.265 

9.681 

18.602 

1 1 .088 

6.247 

17.654 



34,871 

9.477 

14.742 

■^.387 

1.442 

796 

1.143 

497 

293 

1.094 



Mail order houses 



Direct selling (house-to-house) 
oresnizations 



Merchandise vending machine operators 



(Dl 

rpT 

(Dl 
465 
578 
(Dl 
484 
<;46 
(D) 
(D) 



IDI 

roi 

130 
73 

(D) 
40 
16 

(D) 

(D) 



5.364 

713 
877 
780 
380 
304 
628 
488 
319 
875 



151.983 

43.587 

29.350 

24.653 

9.908 

5.731 

1 1 .392 

7.431 

4.934 

14.997 



20.619 

8.492 

4.007 

4.232 

1 .015 

605 

836 

285 

234 

913 



578 
69 
104 
106 
62 
40 
95 
46 
18 
38 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

15.234 

7.779 

(D) 

6.726 

3.411 

(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
025 
354 
(D) 
267 
196 
(D) 

(d) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Hot elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



1-96 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

1954_GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Dlvi6ioa and city size 



Estab- 

llBtnnents 

(Humber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



EBtab- 

llBhmfntB 

(Number) 



SaleB 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

liBbnentB 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants. 

100,000 tQ i^S.yiF) inhajiitants. 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 

25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants... 

10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 



FOOD STORES, TOTAL' 



Grocery stores 



United States, total 

Cities vith — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l>9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to li9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants.... 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total , 

Cities with--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to '199,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2ll9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to ll9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l>,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1199,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2't9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'<,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2, 500 to It, 999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1199,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2't9',999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1)9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l>,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



United States , total 

Cities with — 500,000 or loare inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants 

Remainder of United States 



62,357 

Utt66 
«i403 
3i350 
6.«78 
7|517 
6l726 
7t236 
21.7^7 



6t35Si73« 
• •• 
696 •11911 
61eilt16 
392 t 649 
931 »B67 
972.919 
693.192 
675.399 

1 .373.798 



670.507 

S6l089 
75.126 
U5.333 
112.230 
105.910 
«9t86>l 
43.1166 
112.1199 



1 Of 061 

776 
7U5 
617 
I .057 
1 .075 
1 .000 
1 .063 
3.728 



137.999 
113.042 
89.3U7 
191.539 
21 1.933 
150.597 
148.398 
520.157 



84.492 
• • • 

10.^06 
7.485 
5.473 

13.S71 

13.808 
8.757 
8.122 

16.470 



8.227 

• •• 
508 
553 
4n3 

821 
867 
823 
867 
3.295 



124.571 
102.649 
84.40) 
177.932 
200.274 
144.718 
140.982 
307.1 82 



76.226 

8.935 
6.356 
4.912 
12.344 
12.534 
8.069 
7.504 
15.572 



Heat marliets, fish (seafood) marltets 



Fruit stores, vegetable markets 



Candy, nut, confectionery stores 



• •• 

3.859 
4.906 

1 .434 
6.802 
5.993 

2 .205 
3.546 
5.325 



399 
364 
103 
473 
469 
185 
248 
288 



6.002 

914 
991 
500 
693 
735 
302 
416 
1.451 



(D) 

• • • 

39 

(D) 

(D) 

32 

13 



7.140 
• • • 
(D) 
(D) 
431 

1 .150 
691 
729 
598 

1.305 



CD) 

168 
(D) 
34 
154 
56 
83 
46 
97 



Bakery products stores 



EATIMO, DRIHiaHO PLACES, TOTAL ^ 



Eating places 
(including refreshment stands) 



31 
67 



16.241 
■ •• 
1 .693 
2.172 
1.143 
2.631 
2.471 
2.U12 
1 .584 
2.435 



(D) 

389 
419 
258 
628 
583 
353 
(Dj 
364 



12.917 

802 
R94 
646 
1 .385 
1 .292 
1 .2^0 
1 .424 
5.184 



511.251 

50.988 
42.333 
26.808 
74.590 
59.338 
47.922 
52.441 
1 56 . 84 1 



101 .127 

• • • 

12.556 

9.'-01 

5. '58 

16.434 

12.814 

9.405 

10.070 

24.979 



7.701 

• •• 
504 
641 
431 
851 
864 
825 
797 
2.798 



318.368 
• • ■ 
34.056 
32.205 
16.51 1 
45.508 
40.202 
30.851 
30.144 
88.8=1 



72.337 

9.147 
7.927 
3.757 

11.395 
9,537 
5.933 
5.855 

16.586 



DrinMng places 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP, TOTAL' 



Departsnent stores 



a=6 
.iS3 
221 
b3? 
42P 
451 
627 
2.358 



1 92 1 369 

15.S24 
10.138 
10.269 
28.956 
19.125 
17.041 
22.297 
57.528 



28.790 

3.419 
1.574 
1.501 
5.039 
3.177 
2.47? 
3.215 
8.293 



3.010 

115 
139 
P9 
194 
237 
388 
348 
1 .600 



673.483 

101.810 
86.749 
43.561 

106.549 
92.729 
59,438 
55.378 

127.169 



90.338 

■ • • 

15.566 

14.441 

7.655 

15.050 

12.855 

7.151 

6.392 

10.12S 



Variety stores 



General merchandise stores, n.e.c. 



S8 
69 
'*5 



inc 
134 
d35 



99,254 

• •• 

11 ,316 

12,051 

8,875 

15,843 

17,032 

1 5 , j23 

9,443 

8,050 



15.410 

1,990 
2.029 
1.405 
2.777 
2.924 
2.141 
1.355 
788 



"6 

45 

43 

93 

108 

168 

313 

1 .343 



264.328 

5.905 

(D) 

7.093 

16.404 

26.438 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



27.094 
• • • 

781 

(D) 

2.101 

3.124 

2.955 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



Shoe stores 



Women's clothing, specialty stores 



114 
1"1 



47.968 

• •• 

6.409 

7.524 

5.173 

10.1 14 
9.646 
4.725 
3.-^36 
1 .441 



6.138 

989 
1.013 

701 
1.358 
1.219 

519 

249 
on 



393 


120 


862 


• a • 




• •• 


105 


20 


356 


119 


18 


078 


84 




(D) 


21' 3 


25 


195 


282 


23 


127 


183 


9 


858 


181 




(D) 


196 


6 


589 



14.986 

3.094 

2.619 

(0) 

3.399 

2.715 

652 

(D) 

449 



26 


308.933 


aa 


• • • 


11 


84.589 


12 


(D) 


9 


27.566 


39 


73.402 


43 


49.259 


9 


(Dl 


1 


(D) 


2 


(01 



47.734 
• •« 

12.795 

(P) 

4,148 

1 1.149 

5.965 

(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 



APPAREL, ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL' 



515 


305.303 


• •• 


• •• 


377 


40.070 


313 


40.501 


240 


(D) 


584 


62,703 


639 


54,336 


454 


32,071 


449 


(0) 


549 


23.402 



6.221 
5.877 

(D) 
8.594 
6.505 
3.359 

(D) 
1.674 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHIN(;S , 
APPLIANCE DEALERS, TOTAL^ 



196 


299.056 


• •• 


• •• 


339 


39.542 


318 


40.498 


194 


24.415 


440 


54.987 


489 


53.795 


394 


31 .996 


416 


28.266 


616 


25.556 



39.698 

5,371 
5.038 
3.739 
7.934 
7,615 
3,705 
3.027 
2.269 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsevhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
^Includes kinds of business not shown separately; may also Include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See intro- 
duction for explanation. ^May include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-97 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



19M-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-0:>ntinued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Eetab- 

llshineDts 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llBhmentB 

(Hujnber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llBhmente 

(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 



MOUNTAIN — Continued 



United States, total 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 

250,000 to '»99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 

2,500 to l*,999 Inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States , total 

Cities wlth"500,000 or more Inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2119,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 21*. 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total , 

Cities vith--500,000 or n»re inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.., 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*j999 inhabitants.., 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants,... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99.999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to l*,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 

25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 

10,000 to 2l+,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 
Remainder of Ihiited States 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Rsnalnder of United States 



Furniture, home fumiahlngs stores 



Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



AUTOMOTIVE GROUP, TOTAL* 



5ae 


178.951 


• •• 


• • ■ 


19'; 


26.60« 


167 


29,087 


1 15 


(D) 


21U 


29.J66 


2«1 


28.954 


20U 


19.661( 


20U 


ID) 


2S0 


1 1 . 1 60 



Jill 50 

3.815 
U.572 

(D) 
«l«37 
3.93U 
2.152 

(D) 
1.265 



132 

1U9 

81 

2211 

2ae 

190 
208 
352 



119.919 

12.932 
11.383 

(D) 
25.597 
2Ui«"l2 
12.132 

(D) 
11.38U 



15.568 
#•* 

1 .556 
1.466 

(D) 
3.U97 
3.681 
1.553 

(D) 
1.001 



877 


1.219 


711 


• •• 




• •• 


260 


135 


278 


273 


115 


160 


191 


76 


189 


161 


188 


031 


592 


222 


625 


538 


152 


721 


572 


Its 


120 


990 


IBU 


317 



121. 109 

12.550 
1 1 .510 
7.273 
20.511 
25,568 
15.718 
11.319 
15.51C 



PaBBeD^r car dealerB (franchlBed) 



PaBBen^r car dealers (nonfranchiBed) 



Tire, battery, acceasory dealerB 



57 

55 
51 
173 
321 
319 
119 
537 



995.787 

97.979 

80.561 
58.138 
118.102 
186.971 
136.B25 
133.550 
153.058 



101.127 

9.711 
8.872 
6.1 17 
17.269 
21.056 
11.311 
13.363 
13.725 



119.131 



139 


25 


250 


126 


20 


152 


70 


10 


588 


113 


18 


158 


117 


17 


626 


73 


6 


OU2 


50 


1 


159 


133 


16 


156 



5.606 

1 .271 
1 .037 
388 
821 
792 
311 
301 
619 



53 

56 
58 

too 

99 

100 

35 

155 



65.326 

8.500 
6.828 
1.388 
13.309 
11.672 
6.659 
5.575 
5.391 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIODS 



LUMBER, BUILDDIG MATERIAI^, HARDWARE, 
FARM EQUIPMEIIT DEAI£RS, TOTAL' 



Farm equipment dealers 



i»96 


31 


659 


531 


11 


895 


127 


26 


382 


756 


58 


503 


V18 


66 


192 


81° 


59 


117 


878 


56 


170 


199 


178 


071 



11.557 

3.385 
1.255 
2.120 
5.752 
5.602 
1.756 
1.318 
11.128 



1.522 

185 
176 
151 
561 
560 
503 
596 
1 .883 



627.737 

35.251 
12.550 
30.253 
75.153 
95.903 
81 .802 
87.057 
179.555 



67.957 
*•• 
1.222 
1.552 
3.625 
9.169 

11 .103 
9.512 
8.670 

16.671 



003 


159.017 


• •• 


• • • 


10 


876 


13 


3.510 


13 


(D) 


11 


9.201 


121 


31.186 


112 


20.606 


179 


(D) 


511 


67.395 



Lumber, building nateriala dealerB 



Plumblsg, paint, electrical BtoreB 



Hardware atores 



51 
67 
51 
151 
189 
175 
205 
678 



27.151 
31 .210 
17.101 
15.905 
12.051 
n.201 
32.1 16 
77.086 



33.355 

3.158 
2.910 
1.952 
5.351 
1.181 
1.559 
3.205 
7.595 



618 

35 
68 
15 
73 
98 
72 
81 
115 



35.863 

2.609 
1.931 

(D) 
7.115 
6.158 
3.231 

(D) 
1.985 



5.929 

165 
767 

(D) 
1.513 
1 .191 
196 
(D) 
755 



87 
28 
32 
92 

150 
116 
231 
513 



108.121 
• • • 

1.335 

2.916 

(D) 

11.707 

16.128 

17.761 

(D) 

30.181 



DRUG STORES, IBOFIUBrABY STORES 



OTHER RFIAIL STORES, TOTAL' 



Liquor BtoreB 



151 


231 


378 


• •• 




• •• 


,i29 


31 


619 


151 


23 


581 


99 


13 


205 


218 


35 


625 


255 


33 


825 


227 


25 


818 


216 


23 


565 


595 


11 


105 



27.816 

1.1 15 
3.177 
1.757 
1.539 
1.031 
3.3P8 
2.558 
1.300 



8.637 

713 

615 

511 

1 .081 

1 .182 

971 

1 .001 

2.530 



515.311 

18.817 
62.017 

(D) 
75.295 
71.101 
18.186 

(D) 
126.198 



17.811 
• • • 
5.996 
6.625 
1.011 
7.978 
7.110 
3.903 
3.6=1 
8.170 



97 

77 

65 

92 

132 

111 

136 

633 



108.100 

• •• 

1 1 .719 

17.571 

5.013 

15.222 

16.919 

8.113 

10.301 

22.812 



Fuel, ice dealers 



Feed, farm, garden supply stores 



Jewelry stores 



37 
21 
37 
55 
67 
76 
93 
279 



51.000 
• •• 
1 .571 
7.098 
2.001 
6.075 
6.918 
3.980 
9.771 

16.150 



7.053 

253 

9T1 
317 
902 
882 
575 
1.097 
2.125 



870 


135 


135 


• -• 




• •• 


26 


5 


572 


27 


7 


192 


36 


1 


551 


■=1 


10 


P71 


95 


11 


03S1 


1 1 1 


16 


887 


129 


16 


Oil 


595 


60 


380 



(D) 



700 

(D) 

717 

995 

1.118 

1.0°2 

3.322 



101 
83 
51 
157 
166 
111 
185 
167 



18.778 
• • • 

5.965 
6.951 
1.301 
10.569 
8.177 
5.193 
1.612 
2.957 



R.938 

1.317 

1.203 

623 

1.978 

1.583 

1.011 

619 

501 



17.109 

115 

509 

ID) 

1.137 

3.118 

2.292 

(D) 

5.915 



1 1 . 551 

181 

336 

(D) 

1 .535 

1 .980 

2.285 

(D) 

2.309 



502 
659 
262 
511 
335 
316 
381 
903 



7.101 

973 

1.038 

1 .318 

1 ,593 

1,152 

711 

398 

216 



Standard Botes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Hot available. n.e.c. Hot elsewter^ classified. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero, 
'includes kInHfl of bufllness not shown separately; may also include data for establlshmentB without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of buBinesa. See intro- 
duction for explanation. 'May include data for establlshmentB without payroll which could not be claflalfied by detailed kind of busineas. See Introduction for explanation. 



1-98 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


EBtab- 

lishmente 

(Number) 


Salea 
($1,000) 


P^JTOU, 

entire year 
($1,000) 


Eatab- 

liabiMinte 

(number) 


Sales 

(U.ooo) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(»1,000) 


Eatab- 
llBfanenta 

(Dunber) 


Sales 

(tl,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(tl,000) 


MOUNTAIN-Contmued 


Book, etatloneiy Btores 


Sporting gooda, bicycle atorea 


FlorlatB 




v.: 

30 
13 
1U 
51 
53 
20 
19 
19 


(D) 

• •• 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
3.782 
U.129 
944 
878 
246 


(D) 

• •• 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
664 
565 
105 
64 
28 


515 

41 
48 
27 
64 

101 
71 
59 

104 


26.158 

• • • 

4.446 

3.353 

2.547 
4.1S2 
4.835 
2.504 
1 .670 
2.621 


2.368 
• •• 

523 
312 
288 
451 
356 
132 
126 
180 


481 
■ ■• 
42 
32 
32 
77 
78 
74 
78 
68 


15.701 

• • a 

2. 180 
1.717 
1.140 
3.159 
3.181 
1 .787 
1.520 
1.017 


2.369 








390 


100 000 to 2lt9 999 Inhabitants 


373 




185 




495 




557 




182 


2 500 to U 999 Inhabitants 


86 




101 






• 


Cigar BtoreB, Btands 


Neva dealera, nevaatanda 


Gift, novelty, aouvenlr atorea 




167 

36 
8 
11 
26 
31 
19 
12 
2U 


ID) 

907 
(D) 
379 
S36 
1 .179 
302 
566 
704 


554 
• ■ • 

62 
(D) 

48 

93 
114 

25 
(D) 

57 


193 
• •« 
6 
10 
18 
20 
40 
33 
27 
39 


6.573 

(D) 

(D) 

509 

1.489 

1 .470 

825 

567 

1.030 


(D) 

Vo) 

(D) 
39 

129 
75 
68 
17 
57 


712 
• ■• 
45 
33 
43 
94 
69 
67 
70 
291 


19.813 

• a* 

829 

721 

1 .219 

3.361 

2.237 

1.229 

1 .518 

8.699 


1.987 








85 


100 000 to 2U9 999 inhabitants 


54 




127 


25 000 to 1*9 999 inhabitants 


303 




297 


5 000 to 9 999 Inhabitants 


110 




122 




889 








HuJllc Btor«a 


Camera, photographic aupply atorea 


KOlBTOEi; EEIAHKRS, TOTAL 




242 
32 

V. 

51 
53 
22 
21 
16 


15.553 

• •• 

2.765 

3.520 

1 .409 

3.497 

2.737 

664 

449 

512 


2.098 
• •• 

IS! 

225 

455 

302 

27 

13 

48 


117 
• « • 

12 

11 
16 
20 
20 
16 
9 
13 


9.059 
• • • 

(D) 

1.543 

1.255 

1 .912 

1.264 

669 

(D, 

367 


1.030 
• •• 

(Dl 
190 

lie 

263 

187 
73 

(D) 
36 


2.105 
• •■ 
254 
255 
173 
298 
308 
202 
143 
«T2 


85.007 

37.458 
9.987 
4.918 
8.692 
7.848 
3.164 
2.616 

10.324 


10.676 




*•• 


250 000 to U99 999 inhabitants 


5.590 




1 .564 


50 000 to 99 999 inhabitants 


(D) 




1.088 


10 000 to 2^,999 inhabitants 


770 




120 




CD) 




897 








Mall order taous 


es 


Direct aelllng (houae-to-houae ) 
organlzatlonfi 


Hercbandlae rending "f h."* operatora 




38 

• •• 
9 
8 
5 

4 

7 
1 
3 
1 


(D) 
• •• 
IDl 
(D) 
199 
(D) 
519 
(0) 
(D) 
(□) 


(Dl 
• •• 
(0) 
*•• 

34 
(D) 

S9 
(01 
(D) 
ID) 


1 .865 
• ■ • 
219 
223 
144 
257 
267 
192 
130 
433 


45.918 
• •• 

8.695 
7.928 


6.201 
• •• 

1.801 
1 .400 


202 

• ■• 
26 
24 
24 
37 
34 
9 
10 
38 


<D) 

• • • 

(D, 
(D) 

1 .775 
(B) 

1 .631 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 


(D) 




• •• 




iD) 




164 




2.944 1 405 


91 


25 000 to U9 999 inhabitants 


7.019 
5.699 
2.467 
2.126 
9.041 


994 
631 
(D) 

(d) 

812 


(D) 




59 




(0) 




(D) 


Remainder of United States 


(D) 



Standard Botes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (KA) Hot aT&llable. n.e.c. lot elsevbere classified. X3QC Not applicable. (z) Leas than t^OO. 



Represents lero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-99 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE; 



1934-GEOGRAPHlC DIVISIONS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city aiie 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Humber) 


Sales 

(ti,ooo) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

(»1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(»1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(»1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Dumber) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(»l,00O) 


PACIFIC 


BETAH TRADE, TOTAL 


FOOD STORES, TOTAL' 


Grocery stores 




177l 168 
33.996 
23.5U1 
10«739 
13.618 
lU>06e 
21 .933 
9.597 
6.763 
■40.911 


20.4138.872 
41.4404.033 
3.069. B15 
1.440.386 
1.867.903 
1.896.309 
2.632.599 
1.0441.962 
820.249 
3.260.616 


2.3*9,268 
585.187 

405.028 
175.308 
214.260 
223.686 
285.254 
105.881 
77.314 
294.350 


32.019 
6.371 
4.608 
2.073 
2.129 
2.238 
5.622 
1 .521 
1 .390 
8.057 


5.004.892 
962.029 
655.990 
519.207 
441 .008 
444.499 
667.680 
245.239 
205.005 

1.052.236 


355.342 
80.505 
49.305 
23.154 
33.907 
34.472 
49.099 
15.347 
1 2 . 799 
65.754 


21 .044 
3.568 
2.891 
1.367 
1 .256 
1 .451 
2.391 
1 .075 
9544 
5,140 


4.297.102 
758.103 
547.554 
273.725 
375.856 
391 .125 
587.123 
221 .340 
185.823 
956.451 


294.677 














50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


27.244 






10,000 to 2U,Q99 inhabitants 






15.867 
11.144 
58.094 


2,500 to U,999 Inhabitants 








Heat markets, fish (seafood) markets 


Fruit 


stores, vegetable markets 


Candy, 


nut, confectionery stores 




M.256 
962 

706 
286 
32P 
300 
489 
175 
182 
83f. 


371 .972 
91 .9314 
59.480 
25.147 
30.662 
28.215 
46.374 
14.726 
12.470 
62.964 


27.4(79 
7.158 
4.505 
1.594 
2.318 
2,145 
3.597 
993 
731 
44,237 


1 .342 
413 
170 

81 
115 

86 
121 

51 

47 
257 


67.814 

23.215 

10.098 

3.983 

6.334 

4.597 

5.050 

1.552 

1.937 

1 1 .538 


5.728 
2.399 
(D) 
225 
418 
393 
592 
51 
(D) 
645 


834 

225 

125 

50 

55 

81 

108 

40 

27 

112 


33.239 

11 .405 
(D) 

Id) 

3.112 
2.524 
4.304 
881 
386 
3.240 




Cities vlth 500,000 or mare inhabitants 


2.115 




(0) 


100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 




25 000 to '♦9,999 inhabitants 


332 




581 


5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 


108 




38 


Remainder of Uhlted States 


314 








Bakery products stores 


EATHIO 


DBIHKniG PLACES, TOTAL ^ 


Eating places 
(including refreshment stands) 


Ualted States, total 


2.398 
556 

405 
155 
217 
187 
280 
102 
1 1 1 
395 


99.647 

27.470 

14.905 

6.698 

9.471 

9.769 

12.307 

3.887 

3.212 

11 .928 


20.015 
5.529 
2.932 
1.488 
1.815 
2.283 
2.677 
829 
578 
1,884 


35.915 
7.455 
5.133 
2.022 
2.470 
2.502 
3.059 
1 .728 
1 .554 
9.092 


1.666.313 

449.137 

259.223 

96.578 

122.532 

124,755 

170.550 

65.849 

55.657 

318.924 


388.478 
1 16.713 
64.347 
23.020 
28.605 
30.433 
37.616 
14.205 
11.328 
62.211 


24,273 
5,293 
3,270 
1,341 
1,756 
1,860 
2,695 
1 ,176 
1,027 
5,882 


1 .197.327 

347.428 

185.277 

70.596 

86.544 

96.459 

117.640 

45.460 

35.433 

210.490 


302.229 




94.822 




50.181 




18.04(2 




21.949 




24.950 


10,000 to 2k 999 inhabitants 


27,786 




10,544 


2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants 


7.955 




45.998 








Drinking places 


GEKERAL MERCHAIiDISE GROUP, TOTAL^ 


Department stores 




1 1.57U 

2.150 

l.Sf,! 

677 

696 

6142 

1.299 

550 

523 

3.176 


4 68.004 
101 .1389 
73.928 
27.882 
33.906 
28.294 
52.934 
21 .381 
20.212 
107.878 


86.249 

21.891 

1 4 . 1 66 

4.978 

5.556 

5.483 

9.828 

3.651 

3.373 

15.213 


5.960 
870 
553 
278 
381 
415 
569 
377 
399 

1 .917 


2.104.711 
555,^41 
451.216 
212.440 
215.794 
160.779 
201 .257 
80.794 
46.912 
149.278 


317.495 
91 .743 
78.005 
33.528 
30.850 
27.153 
27,784 
10,535 
5.292 
12,805 


264 
38 
39 
25 
35 
50 
64 
18 
5 
8 


1 .379.112 

455.806 

385.012 

(Dl 

151.788 

97.996 

85.906 

18.519 

(D) 

i3«n2 


223.922 




76.035 


250,000 to ^99,999 inhabitants 


45.379 




(D) 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


21.438 




14.816 


10,000 to 2'it,999 inhabitants 


13.101 




2.613 


2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants 


(DJ 




1.6B1 








Variety stores 


General 




APPAREL, 


ACCESSORIES STORES, TOTAL* 




2.683 
387 
381 
158 
IBS 
183 
292 
188 
207 
099 


303.052 
55.842 
46.910 
24.840 
33.341 
35.216 
39.728 
20.676 
12.509 
33.800 


48.487 
10.297 
8.076 
4.250 
5.462 
5.793 
5.390 
3.057 
1.608 
3.534 


2.959 

443 
229 
94 
157 
183 
307 
171 
187 
1 .188 


421.551 
44.965 
29.252 

(D) 
30.555 
47.557 
74.423 
41 .399 

(D) 
101.540 


45,487 
5,410 
3,550 
(D) 
3,950 
6,542 
8,293 
4,455 
(D) 
7.591 


12.1(76 

2.576 

1 .662 

850 

1.216 

1 .341 

1 .855 

750 

579 

1.S16 


1 .193.025 
335.223 

200.509 
94.540 
127.932 
142.152 
137.51 1 
49.005 
29.418 
76.635 


152.337 




52.325 




31.350 




13.44(1 




16.300 




19.629 




15.209 


5,000 to 9 999 inhabitants 


4.973 




2,657 




6,453 








Shoe stores 


Women's 


clothing, specialty stores 


nnun 

APPl 


TURE, HOME FURIIISHIirGa, 
lAllCE DEALERS, TOTAL' 




2.613 

4844 
377 
229 
2814 
296 
416 
168 
110 
2U9 


225.653 

49.837 

44.903 

(D) 

27.088 

27.600 

28.906 

9.537 

(D) 

1 1 . 866 


30.274 
7.572 
5.714 
(D) 
3.553 
3.622 
3.317 
1.024 

(0) 
1,175 


4.865 
972 
642 
500 
495 
563 
787 
310 
224 
572 


477.875 
136.048 
84.543 
38.438 
47.533 
61.592 
55.31 1 
16.165 
8.274 
25.951 


67.849 

23.238 

13.138 

5.698 

5.921 

8.565 

5.466 

1 .844 

472 

2.206 


11.038 
2.253 

1 .441 
730 

1.035 
979 

1.518 
570 
562 

1.850 


1 .185.251 
303.715 
178.214 
106.073 
125.770 
118.326 
139.382 
54.532 
35.383 
123.656 


155,759 


Cities vith 500 000 or ncre Inhabitants 


40,828 




25,182 




15,484 


50 000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


16,234 




16.513 


10,000 to 2U,999 Inhabitants 


17,862 




5,480 


2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 


3,753 


Remainder of United States 


13,413 



Standard Hotea: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (Ha) Not available. n.e.c. Bot elsewhere classified. XXX Hot applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... RepreaentB tero. 
^Includes kinris of biosinegB not ahovn separately; may also Include data for eetabllshinents without payroll which could not be clasBlfled by detailed lilnd of buainesfl. See intro- 
duction for explanation. May include data for establishnientB without payroll which could not be clasfllfied by detailed kind of biislneBB. See Introduction for explanation. 



1-100 

Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

1954_GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and' city size 


Eatab- 

Uifaments 

(IhMber) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(tl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($L,000) 


Estab- 

Usfaments 

(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


PACIFIC — Continued 


Furniture, home fumlBhlnge stores 


Household appliance, radio, TV stores 


AUTOMOTIVE OTOUP, 


TOTAL' 




6i170 

827 
•407 
572 
571 
805 
3U2 
262 
9U5 


768.414 
212.940 
123.312 
67.540 
81 .942 
76.191 
80 . 1 56 
31.340 
20.603 
74.380 


104.524 

30.698 

17,687 

(0) 

10.670 

10,419 

10.037 

3,926 

(D) 

8,355 


4.806 
806 
502 
315 
455 
404 
697 
328 
298 
901 


415.963 
90.609 
54.716 
38.473 
43.712 
42.123 
58.984 
23.192 
14.704 
49.450 


51 .135 

10,130 

7.495 

(D) 

5.564 

5.094 

7.825 

2,554 

(D) 

5,058 


8.900 

1.086 

1.114 

566' 

824 

81 1 

1 .334 

706 

579 

1,730 


3.475.667 
687.308 
504.448 
238.590 
374.954 
384.132 
531 .370 
228.344 
170.554 
355.967 


361.897 




68.493 




55,481 




25,558 




39,630 










<; 000 to 9 QQQ inhabitants 


23.973 








33,764 








Passenger car dealers (franchlsed) 


Passenger car dealers (nonfranchlsed) 


Tire, battery, accessory dealers 




3.38C 
295 
229 
127 
228 
309 
659 

too 

722 


2(840.215 

578.548 
380.870 
181 .369 
295.187 
327.249 
451 .494 
200.533 
153. 79B 
271 .067 


305,961 
58,209 
44.328 
20.719 
32,653 
35,425 
49.653 
21.689 
15.585 
27.680 


2.384 
363 
484 
255 
310 
211 
244 
101 
54 
362 


533.927 
65.825 

ID) 
35.122 

47.496 
26.501 
35.230 
9.629 
^D) 
38.436 


18,256 
3,869 
3,808 
1,817 
2,655 
1 ,549 
1 ,710 
518 
203 
2,117 


2,239 
329 

245 
132 
187 
216 
331 
161 
192 
446 


210,203 
31.833 
32.815 

(D) 
21 .003 
23.995 
34.141 
12.835 

(D) 
24.618 






5.285 






100 000 to 2l*'9 999 inhabitants 


(D) 




3.467 


25 000 to ^9 999 inhabitants 


3.642 




5,022 




1,553 




(D) 




2,562 








GASOLUE SERVICE STATIOKS 


LUMBER, BUILDUG MATERIAIB, HAOTWABE, 
FARM EQOIPMEBT DEALERS, TOTAL^ 


Farm equlpiaent dealers 




20i6U9 
3.116 
2t36I 
1.126 
1.552 
1 .695 
2.495 
1.173 
1.071 
6.1)60 


1.451 .572 

252.481 

176.859 

83.986 

115*712 

125.178 

187.307 

82.152 

58.61 1 

359.275 


129.702 

26,117 

18,251 

7,870 

10,512 

11,542 

17,017 

7,095 

5,607 

25,551 


9.136 

1 .000 
929 
473 
598 
557 

1 .217 
623 
689 

2.940 


1.413,511 

180.590 

130.859 

79.700 

110.501 

129t771 

230.749 

95.747 

94.424 

351.270 


163,794 
18.563 
17.124 
9,119 
12,975 
16,619 
29,159 
11,789 
10,638 
37,807 


958 

13 

27 

39 

33 

45 

138 

117 

120 

435 


254.364 
1 .822 
5.553 
11.300 
15.808 
16.522 
56.964 
31,233 
28.932 
86,230 


30.841 




(D) 




528 


100 000 to 2k^ 999 Inhabitants 


1.286 




2.112 


25 000 to 1*9 999 inhabitants 


2.222 




7.994 




3.575 


2 500 to h 999 inhabitants 


(D) 




9.493 








Lumber, bixlldlng materials dealers 


Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 


Hardware stores 


United States, total 


3. 132 
230 
285 
132 
189 
225 
377 
183 
248 

1 .263 


745.554 
123.109 

72.492 
(D) 

62.281 

54.793 
1 11 .187 

34.039 

(D) 

196.449 


81,533 
1 1,779 

8,820 
(0) 

6,852 

7.370 
13,199 

4,129 

ID) 

20,633 


1 .989 
372 
285 
128 
206 
?06 
288 
111 
69 
323 


132.966 

23.243 

24.650 

(D) 

15.619 

19.003 

17.453 

5,522 

(D) 

14,148 


19,034 

(D) 

4.166 

(D) 

2.012 

2.91 1 

2.155 

859 

(D) 

1 ,860 


3,015 
381 
331 
174 
170 
188 
408 
212 
248 
903 


280.189 
32.350 
28.154 
16.972 
15.793 
29.445 
45.101 
24.953 
22.332 
64.079 


32.386 




3.574 




3.608 




2.040 




2.000 




4.115 




5,811 




3, 126 




2,290 




5.821 








DRUG STORES, FROPRIZTARY STORES 


OTHER RETAIL STORES, TOTAL* 


Liquor stores 




4.956 
990 
717 
324 
379 
403 
586 
278 
273 

1.015 


640.196 
141 ,888 
88.005 
45.012 
51 .495 
55.108 
a5.u50 
32.877 
27.539 
93.221 


83,36? 

19,906 

12,021 

(D) 

8,115 

9,035 

1 1,085 

4,153 

(0) 

10,269 


27.511 
5.889 
3.513 
1 .735 
2.353 
2.337 
3.646 
1 .502 
1 .277 
5.158 


1 ,867,138 
375,261 
277,557 
138.475 
146.275 
162.562 
256,519 
103,193 
78.109 
329.190 


176,645 
40,911 
32,819 

(D) 

13,919 

15,506 

21,874 

7,302 

ID) 
23,439 


4.415 
1,353 
547 
150 
448 
328 
446 
168 
ISl 
825 


449.159 

122.003 

(D) 

21.608 

39.282 

40,773 

49,014 

19.394 

(D) 

66.275 


2 1 . 624 




6.718 




3.254 


100 000 to 2U9 999 Ijihabltants 


947 




1.790 




1.944 


10 000 to Z^ 999 inhabitants 


2.222 




836 




631 




3.282 








Fuel, ice dealers 


Peed, faim, garden supply stores 




Jewelry Btori 


= B 




1.387 
76 
219 
117 
47 
1 12 
162 

no 

107 
437 


152.666 

3.274 
43. 195 
21 .353 

2.062 
12.330 
18.937 

9. 009 

9.091 
33.415 


?0|025 

441 

(D) 

2,905 

262 

1,555 

2,792 

1,080 

(D) 

4,480 


2.334 
138 
128 
106 
134 
148 
392 
186 
195 
907 


435.105 

(D) 
12.537 

(D) 
26.636 
25.038 
92.634 
43.809 
34.827 
150.487 


30,128 

(D) 
1 .124 

ID) 
1 .865 
1 .754 
7,?37 
2,490 
1.787 

lo.upo 


2.981 

607 
453 
179 
284 
2B9 
422 
1.17 
188 
392 


185.683 

47.383 

39.239 

15.718 

17.736 

21 .695 

21.875 

7.581 

4. 980 

9.416 


28.054 




7.289 




7.252 




2.542 


50^000 to 99,999 Inhabitants 


2.633 




3.251 




2.934 


5 000 to 9 999 Inhabitants 


880 




419 


Remainder of United States 


854 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid dlacloeure. (Na) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Lees than $300. ... Represents sero. 
Includes kinds of business not shovn separatelyj may also Include data for establlstonente vlthout payroll which could not be claaalfled by detailed kind of builocat. See Intro- 
duction for explanation. ^May Include data for eatabllshnients without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of buslneBS. See Introduction for explanation. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-101 



Table IM. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Sales, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city elre 



PACIFIC— Continued 



United States, total 

Cities with— 500,000 or uore inhabitants... 
250,000 to '199,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2't9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1(9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'4,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 11,999 inhabitants.... 

Renalnder of United States 



United States, total 

Cities vith--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to '(99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21(9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1(9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'(,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '(,999 inhabitants 

Renaiaier of United States 



United States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to "(99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21(9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to "(9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'(,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to l(,999 liihabitants.... 

Renalnder of United States 



Ifiil ted States, total 

Cities with — 500,000 or ii»re inhabitants... 
250,000 to '•99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2'(9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '(9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'(,999 "inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to '(,999 inhabitants 

Reaalnder of United States 



Estab- 

llBtmente 
(Hujaber) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Book, stationery stores 



35« 
m5 

03 
108 
103 
172 

Pt, 

no 

P(I 



97 i 495 

35t078 

(D) 

10fl«8 

7.556 

7.078 
12.014 

4. 043 
(D) 

4.110 



15.3-;l 

5.966 

(D) 
1.572 
(D) 
999 
I16S7 
403 
(D) 
495 



Cigar stores, stands 



?28 
256 
172 
5U 
44 
40 
60 



25.274 

10.294 

(D) 

(D) 

963 

2.553 

2.033 

b88 

515 

972 



2.445 

1.049 

(D) 

(d) 

4? 

205 

187 

150 

51 

77 



HuBic stores 



826 
188 
1 19 
79 
67 
101 
IIP 
43 
21 
76 



56.179 
1 5 . 655 
12.481 
7.149 
5.615 
5.830 
5.187 
1 .091 
354 
2.617 



7.290 

2.294 

2.032 

(D) 

641 

604 

413 

96 

(D) 

227 



Mail order houses 



211 
8U 
23 
1 1 
20 
15 
17 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1.230 

836 

704 

89 

ID) 

2.156 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
fD) 
200 
109 
100 
2 
(01 
262 



Eatab- 

lisbments 

(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



PBarroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Sporting goods, bicycle stores 



1 .632 

201 

215 

98 

124 

lue 

307 

92 

83 

364 



78.107 
(D) 

(d) 

6.607 
7.S38 
10.724 
12.465 
3.126 
2.786 
9.630 



7.005 
(D) 
(D) 
775 
724 

1.155 
705 
177 
134 
644 



Hews dealers, newsstands 



648 
147 
72 
40 
74 
47 
99 
52 
34 
83 



20.473 
5.257 
2.937 
(D) 
2.230 
1.391 
3.12T 
1 .507 
(D) 
2.119 



1.184 


1.566 


357 


409 


216 


210 


36 


90 


122 


115 


97 


125 


127 


178 


57 


69 



Camera, photographic supply stores 



49.280 

18.612 

5.621 

(D) 

4.617 

5.094 

4.879 

1.449 

(D) 

1 .800 



5.257 
1.858 
(D) 
(D) 
453 
631 
504 
156 
31 
153 



Direct selling (house-to-house) 
organizations 



7.764 

2.07) 

1 .171 

400 

606 

598 

880 

242 

266 

1 .440 



206.396 
60.484 
36.942 
18.579 
20.4)3 
13.760 
20.257 
4.222 
6. '79 
25.460 



25.122 

8.076 

(D) 

(D) 

2.695 

1 .292 

2.138 

178 

304 

1 .438 



Estab- 

llsfamentB 

(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



1 .655 

361 
241 
112 
149 
145 
220 
93 
100 
234 



49.264 
12.797 

(D) 
3.724 
4.273 
4.934 
6.755 
2.186 

(D) 
4.140 



*.9)S 
2.) 50 

1.433 
477 
533 
771 
757 
251 
130 
413 



Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 



39.386 

14.273 
3.885 
2.4)4 
2.790 
3.527 
3.791 
1.570 
1.335 
5.801 



3.841 
1.780 
328 
(D) 
2)9 
326 
266 
146 
(D) 
486 



HOSSTOBE RET/aLERS, tOIU. 



8.598 
2.292 

1 .290 
561 
681 
679 
97) 
269 
290 

1.565 



436.496 

1 62 1 1 6 1 

136.924 

23.784 

25.930 

19.049 

25.028 

5.230 

7.627 

30.763 



63.456 

29.083 

21.143 

(D) 

3.2)2 

1.705 

?.509 

229 

(D) 

1.87 J 



Merchandise vending "■■"b. n» operators 



623 
137 
96 
60 
55 
66 
74 
23 
20 
92 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

4.287 

4.453 

4.067 

919 

(D) 

3.147 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
317 
304 
271 
49 
(D) 
173 



Standard Motes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Hot available. n.e.c. Hot elsewhere classified. XXX Hot applicable. (z) Leas than $500. ... Represents zero. 
43Z271 0-57-9 * 



1-102 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IN. RETAIL TRADE; 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS RANKED BY VOLUME OF SALES AND BY 

POPULATION 
Standard Metropolitan Areas and Central Cities— Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



standard 
metropolitan 



Standard metropolitan ajca 



All establlshmPDts 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
itl.OOO) 



Establlslments 



Total 



With 
payroll 
(Number) 



Population 1950 



Inhabitants 
(Number) 



Per 

capita 

sales^ 

[Dollaro) 



Central cities^ 



EstabllBtanBnts 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 
(number) 



Total 
(tl.OOO) 



With 
peyTQll 
(tl,000) 



Population 
1950 



(Number) 



(DollAra) 



0. S., total.... 

Total, 172 areas... 
Percent of Onited 
States total 

Akron, Ohio 

Alhany-Schenectady- 

Troy, N. t 

Albuquerque, N. Uex... 
Allentown-Bethlehan- 

Easton, Fa 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarlllo, Tex 

Asbeville, N. C 

Atlanta, Ge 

Atlantic City, N. J... 
Augusta, Ge 

Austin, Tex 

Baltimore, Ud 

Baton Rouge, I^ 

Bay City, Uich 

Beaumont-Port Arthur 

Tex 

Blngbamton, N. Y 

Blnningham, Ala. 

Boston, Uass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Broc]£ton, Uass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, lova.... 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Chrlstl , Tex . . . 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, lowa-Rocli 
laland-Moline^ 111... 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Dee Ifciinee, Iowa 

Detroit, Ittch 

Dubuque, lova 

IXiluth, Minn. -Supe- 
rior, Wis. L» 

Durham, N. C 

£1 Paao, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Evensvllle, Ind 

Fall River, Uass 

Flint, mch 

Fort a>ith. Ark 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden, Ala 

Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Uich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro- High 

Point, N. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hami Iton-Ul ddletoffn 

Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News- 
Warwick City, Va 

Uarrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington W. Va.-Aah- 
land, Kentucky 

Indianapolisy Ind 

Jackson, Uich 

Jackson, Uiss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Jofanatovn, Pa 

Kalamaxoo, Uich 

Kansas City, Uo 

Kenoahfi, Wia 

Knoxville, Tenn 

lAncaster, Pa 

Lansing, Uich.. •• 

lAredo, Tex 

lAwrence, Ues's 

Lexington, Sy 

Lima, Ohio. 



31 
UX 

iS 
15i 
117 
155 

22 
103 
109 

111 
12 
108 
162 

92 
102 

41 
7 

69 
131 

U 
67 
135 
125 
73 
84 
82 
2 
18 
U 

124 
128 
30 
97 
19 

77 
36 
143 
24 
73 



161 
91 
86 

113 

141 
55 

168 

93 
38 

60 

171 
150 
56 
M7 

89 
US 



122 
63 

40 



100 
25 

149 

126 
53 

101 

123 
15 
166 
65 
83 
88 
172 
152 
146 
158 



169,967,748 

109,997,352 

64.7 
525,639 

655,072 
21S,119 

476,407 
119,518 
174,543 
119,293 
965,045 
219,485 
195,579 

187,432 

1,557,885 

197,760 

102,171 

244,845 
220,625 
533,422 
3,010,092 
324,706 
153,370 

1,362,921 

331,014 

150,175 

158,623 

289,912 

264,258 

269,120 

7,539,090 

1,151,383 

1,966,553 

162,407 
154,180 
719,863 
224,775 
1,093,923 

290,955 
605,966 
133,250 
887,548 
309,954 

4,216,003 
87,613 

279,887 
102,288 
245,403 
252,702 
183,593 
135,943 
420,649 
85,748 

239,671 
563,642 
369,863 
72,005 
126,450 
393,926 
129,203 

246,724 
173,668 



164,559 

351,816 

540,657 

1,213,580 

222,994 
626,931 
126,679 
157,011 
438,818 
222,725 

164, 3»* 
1,274,497 
87,633 
342,335 
268,262 
251,097 
.47,280 
120,110 

129, 5oe 

109,684 



157,932,676 

103,351,500 

65.4 

500,761 

599,130 
207,103 

432,817 
110,646 
163, 581 
111,523 
929,565 
203,335 
180, 593 

179,570 

1,446,745 

188,710 

95,913 

231,889 
205,247 
503,080 
2,853,026 
302,876 
142,308 

1,275,825 

314,440 

142,487 

146,725 

273,518 

252,024 

250,792 

7,074,714 

1,096,765 

1,849,667 

151,715 
142,496 
688,919 
215,897 
1,042,807 

276,967 
585, 530 
128,128 
852,274 
295,520 

4,039,803 
81,275 

258,587 
96,964 
233, M3 
231,784 
177,327 
124,116 
408, U9 
78,844 

231,993 
528,272 
336,167 
63,053 
118,672 
375,874 
120,063 

230,440 
157,634 



159,185 

327,584 

516,249 

1,157,036 

206,350 
809,083 
120,191 
U9,989 
416,160 
203,319 

159,606 

1,213,327 
80,249 
321,889 
249,312 
244,529 
44,734 
108,246 
124,286 
104,978 



1,721,650 



55.6 
4,070 

6,481 
1,902 

5,568 

1,437 
1,314 
1,195 
6,367 
2,765 
1,845 

1,597 

14,617 

1,455 

1,039 

2,223 
2,148 
4,763 
24,648 
3,142 
1,632 

12,373 
3,147 
1,193 
1,701 
2,916 
1,898 
2,690 

57,873 
9,930 

15,419 

1,464 
1,727 
5,284 
1,953 
7,357 

2,634 
4,121 
1,073 
6,050 
2,567 

29,380 
909 

3,114 
962 
1,985 
2,503 
1,524 
1,682 
2,865 
905 

1,739 
4,254 
3,761 
927 
1,496 
3,063 
1,387 

2,081 
1,798 

1,536 

1,375 
3,451 
4,010 
9,096 

2,432 
5,104 
1,197 
1,274 
3,430 
2,832 

1,218 
8,985 
1,075 
2,907 
2,860 
1,606 
517 
1,577 
1,090 
1,078 



1,124,040 



56.4 
2,926 

4,051 
1,292 

3,280 

971 

902 

763 

4,397 

1,927 

1,157 

1,123 

9,185 

1,061 

771 

1,533 
1,458 
3,039 
16,922 
2,128 
1,046 

3,559 
2,237 
813 
1,115 
1,390 
1,248 
1,780 

37,022 
7,206 

10,303 

976 
1,067 
3,830 
1,406 
4,975 

1,923 
3,153 
761 
4,244 
1,767 

21,716 
615 

2,054 
634 
1,3U 
1,531 
1,216 
1,036 
2,243 
593 

1,353 
2,698 
2,351 

509 
1,028 
2,319 

857 

1,321 
1,090 

1,110 

1,069 
2,217 
2,374 
5,994 

1,530 
4,060 
909 
914 
2,196 
1,624 

970 
5,969 

687 

1,901 

1,856 

1,304 

329 

967 

326 

784 



zxx 

40 

31 
118 

39 
122 
163 
136 

23 
130 
106 



109 
160 

94 
97 

27 

6 

72 

133 

14 

62 

147 

105 

54 

91 

78 

2 

15 

10 

119 
101 

32 
104 

24 

81 
37 
153 
26 
84 

5 
166 

75 
149 

95 

87 
108 
125 

69 
169 

98 
46 
65 

157 
140 
60 
155 

96 

103 



119 
57 
47 
18 



29 

U3 

120 

56 

58 

134 
17 
165 
50 
80 
100 
171 
135 
151 
162 



150,697,361 
34,368,397 

56.3 

410,032 

514,490 
145,673 

437,824 
139, 514 
37,140 
124,403 
671,797 
132,399 
162,013 

160,980 

1,337,373 

158,236 

88,461 

195,083 
184,698 
558,928 
2,369,936 
253,137 
129,428 

1,089,230 
283,194 
104,274 
164,856 
322,072 
197,052 
246,453 

5,495,364 
904,402 

1,465,511 

142,565 
170,541 
503,410 
165,471 
6U,799 

234,256 
457,333 
98,353 
563,832 
226,010 

3,016,197 
71,337 



252,777 
101,639 
194,968 
219,388 
160,422 
137,298 
2TO,963 
64,202 

183,722 
361,253 
276,515 

93,892 
113,066 
288,292 

98,314 



191,057 
168,152 

U7,203 

143^227 
292,241 
358,081 
806,701 

245,795 
551,777 
107,925 
142,164 
304,029 
291,354 

126,707 
8M,337 

75,238 
337,105 
234,717 
172,941 

56,141 
125,935 
100,746 

88,183 



1,282 

1,273 
1,497 

1,088 
357 
2,003 
959 
1,437 
1,658 
1,207 

1,U3 
1,165 
1,250 
1,155 

1,255 
1,195 
954 
1,270 
1,258 
1,185 

1,251 
1,169 
1,440 
962 
900 
1,X1 
1,092 
1,372 
1,273 
1,342 

1,139 
904 
1,430 
1,358 
1,779 

1,242 
1,325 
1,348 
1,574 
1,371 

1,393 
1,228 

1,107 
1,006 
1,259 
1,152 
1,144 
990 
1,552 
1,336 

1,305 
1,560 
1,338 
767 
1,118 
1,366 
1,314 

1,291 
1,033 

1,228 



3,405 
1,204 
1,310 
1,504 

907 
1,499 
1,174 
1,104 
1,443 

764 

1,297 
1,365 
l,li3 
1,016 
1,U3 
1,432 
842 
954 
1,285 
1,244 



607,036 

35.3 
2,837 

4,555 
1,823 

3,101 
821 
1,149 
845 
4,340 
1,591 
1,069 

1,527 

11,773 

1,341 

743 

1,889 
1,135 
3,105 
9,410 
2,177 
835 

7,030 
1,554 
867 
1,111 
1,148 
1,625 
1,929 

38,222 
5,952 

10,745 

1,188 
1,269 
4,408 
1,587 
6,006 

1,973 
2,880 
889 
4,466 
2,263 

18,051 
686 

1,775 
853 
1,689 
1,723 
1,466 
1,378 
1,966 
304 

1,427 

3,549 

2,052 

631 

948 

2,2% 

930 

1,710 
1,044 

1,245 

1,375 
1,366 
2,345 
7,491 

1,489 
4,632 

745 
1,034 
2,877 

803 

883 
5,129 

833 
1,740 
1,026 
1,094 

487 
1,194 

982 

736 



1,124,040 

402,884 

35.8 
2,041 

2,907 
1,253 

1,923 
575 
787 
591 
3,174 
1,181 
741 

1,085 

7,105 

937 

577 

1,321 
763 
2,113 
6,468 
1,503 
575 

4,800 

1,090 

591 

777 

793 

1,073 

1,351 

23,298 

4,354 

7,045 

832 

829 

3,230 

1,159 

4,136 

1,483 
2,180 
635 
3,168 
1,551 

13,253 
464 

1,137 

567 

1,125 

1,025 

1,164 

372 

1,606 

548 

1,111 

2,291 

1,348 

403 

660 

1,748 

608 

1,126 
680 



1,069 

970 

1,663 

4,949 

997 
3,626 

619 

774 
1,753 

535 

705 
3,463 
569 
1.170 
702 
900 
309 
740 
748 
536 



169,967,748 



43.6 
391,846 

475,911 
214,243 

308,258 
78,554 
162,319 
99,819 
753,489 
135,043 
140,680 

135,027 

1,237,198 

190,372 

32,216 

224,134 
130,7W 
424,156 
1,320,824 
226,956 
86,720 

795,576 
174,242 
124,070 
118,545 
165,266 
244,835 
222,063 

5,019,537 
774,588 

1,364,190 

149,723 
125,513 
625,423 
197,539 
955,715 

236,537 
461,602 
121,087 
696,494 
284,225 

2,551,312 
69,716 

177,516 
97,290 
224,706 
189,675 
179,582 
115,440 
331,923 
82,459 

210,236 

506,725 

247,518 

57,453 

83,870 

316,967 

99,796 

227,048 
123,289 



164,559 

182,125 

325,052 

1,052,972 

165,184 
770,509 

96,685 
142,817 
374,854 

99,431 

129,370 
334,685 

75,333 
225,480 
120,518 
195,657 

46,652 

95,798 
118,793 

87,153 



157,932,676 

68,896,260 

43.6 
375,383 

437,049 
203,923 

286,858 
73,928 
152,255 
95,637 
733,339 
127,003 
132,920 

177,603 

1,143,152 

132,030 

78,336 



213,634 
122,470 
407,003 
1,265,503 
212,336 
81,768 

746,874 
165,158 
118,394 
111,845 
160,060 
234,627 
210,587 

4,695,605 
742,396 

1,276,982 

141,221 
118,207 
600,729 
190,595 
914,807 

227,071 
447,226 
117,217 
670,932 
271,363 

2,442,932 
64,935 

165,962 
92,642 
214,102 
174,295 
173,446 
106,408 
324,413 
76,545 

204,032 

476,907 

2X,192 

52,487 

78,885 

303,099 

94,218 

2W,622 
115,185 

151,966 

159,185 

174,403 

310,838 

1,005,538 

155,372 
753,577 

93,315 
137,315 
334,490 

95,193 

126,230 
799,329 

69,931 
215, OM 
114,374 
191,047 

44,232 

86,916 
1M,111 

84,065 



150,697,361 



32.8 

274,605 

299,091 
96,815 

208,728 
77,177 
74,246 
53,000 

331,314 
61,657 
71,508 

132,459 

949,708 

125,629 

52,523 

151,544 
80,574 
326,037 
301,444 
158,709 
62,860 

580,132 

U6,9i2 

72,296 

70,174 

73,501 

134,042 

131,041 

3,620,962 

503,998 

914,808 

86,914 
79, 6U 
375,901 
108,287 
434,462 

160,656 
243,872 
66,269 
415,786 
177,955 

1,349,568 
49,671 

139,835 
71,3U 
130,483 
130,803 
128,635 
111,953 
153,143 
53,037 

133,607 

278,778 

107,907 

55,725 

66,568 

176,515 

52,735 

U4,362 
38,161 

91,646 

143,227 
89, 3U 
177,397 
596,163 

117,484 
427,173 
51,088 
98,271 
204,517 
63,232 

57,704 
456,622 
54,368 
124,769 
63,774 
92,129 
51,910 
80,536 
55,534 
30,246 



(xzx) Not applicable. 

^Per Capita sales Is Ratio of 1954 Sales to Population figures sbownu 

'central Cities are those named In the title of the Metropolitan Area, with the exception of New York-Northaast«m Now Jersey, which includes New Tork, Newark, and Jers«y Cltjr. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1_103 

Table IN. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS RANKED BY VOLUME OE SALES AND BY 

POPULATION-Continucd 
Standard Metropolitan Areas and Central Cities-Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



standard 

metropolitan 

area 



Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock-North 

Uttle Rock, Ark 

Loraln-Elyria, Ohio. 
Los Angeles-Long 

Beach, Calif 

LouisvlUe, !^ 

Lowell, Uass 

Luhbock, Tex 

Uacon, Ga 

Uadison, Wis 

Manchester, N. H. 

Memphis, Tenn 

Miami, Fla 

Uilnaukee, Wis 

Uinneapolis-St. Paul, 
Minn 

UoMle, Ala 

Ifantgooieiy, Ala 

Umcie, Ind , 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Bedford, Mass 

New Britain-Bristol, 
Conn 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans, l£ 

Hew York-Northeast- 
ern New Jersey 

Norfolk- Port smouth , 

Va 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahcda City, Okla.. 

Cbaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Peoria, 111 

RillBdelphla, Pa 

nioenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittafield, Mass 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Racine, Wis 

Raleigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rookford, 111 

Sacramento, Call f 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

San Angelo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

San Beraardlno-River- 

slde-Ontarlo, Calif. 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco- 
Oakland, CEaif 

San Jose, Calif 

Savannah, Oa 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, l£ 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak.. 

South Bend, Ind 

Spokane, Wash 

Springfield, 111 

Springfield, Mo 

Springfield, Ohio.... 
Springfleld-Bolyoke, 

Uass 

Stamford-Norwalk, 

Conn 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Taccma, Wash 

Tampa-St . Petersburg, 

Fla 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Cftiio 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

T\jcson, Ariz... 

Tulsa, Okla...." 7^ 

Utloa-Rcme, N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D.C 

Waterbuiy, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa....... 



Standard metropolitan area 



stablishments 



98 
116 



151 
119 
138 
96 
157 
34 
21 



13 
95 
134 
159 
58 
140 

120 
64 

28 



45 
165 

52 

47 
105 

76 



121 
23 
27 
164 
145 
132 
81 
54 
130 
33 

107 
50 

110 

160 

9 

61 

170 
39 



6 
49 
129 
99 
20 
90 
136 
163 
87 
72 

115 
156 
144 



75 
137 

10 
112 
148 



Amount 
($1,000) 



224,068 
176,015 

7, 101,059 
721,255 
126,319 
171,913 
145,926 
228,465 
110,567 
610,734 
989,054 

1,170,022 

1, 532,019 
235,082 
152,052 
106,146 
379,774 
141,817 

168,496 
342,424 
762,523 

15,915,286 

505,085 
93,401 
445,594 
484,750 
215,294 
300,512 

4,314,898 
491,736 

2,271,418 
85,112 

166j309 
904,768 
795,162 
97,606 
130,516 
153,253 
271,684 
421,851 
153,880 
624,421 

204,141 
461,374 
187,884 
105,637 
2,062,538 
367,373 
82,081 
552,653 

628,356 

801,413 

3,020,347 
464,769 
154,137 
223,734 

1,008,056 
246,370' 
149,041 
99,351 
251,767 
313,703 

179,036 
U7,845 
132,667 

519,836 

321,842 
259,012 
450,385 
283,244 

609,971 
119,686 
508,106 

143,516 
336,000 
204,206 
366,723 
306,926 
149,018 
2,023,841 
185,210 
128,349 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



209,942 
165,005 

6,717,077 
691,789 
117,829 
160,267 
139,598 
217,327 
103,707 
589,950 
934,542 

1,088,096 

1,457,393 
222,630 
145, 144 
103,008 
364,066 
129,111 

156,252 
315,580 
705,505 

14,693,312 

490,701 
89,187 
417,958 
463,144 
202,842 
287,060 

3,951,506 
460,522 

2,127,836 
81,152 

158,711 
844, 588 
721,774 
92,894 
121,766 
143,681 
247,710 
408,293 
147, 590 
590,037 

189,757 

430,892 

179,932 

98,985 

1,941,452 

351,435 

76,943 

525,305 

586,936 
759,941 



2,810,095 
434,577 
145,479 
197,270 
949,958 
232,672 
142,449 
95,213 
241,863 
296,489 

170,326 
108,155 
127,723 

489,562 

303,122 
238,856 
422,953 
263,208 

569,721 
114,420 
486,634 

136,470 
309,968 
193,656 
345,635 
275,764 
140,388 
1,966,273 
172,270 
121,859 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



1,158 

2,159 
1,696 

51,941 
5,601 
1,362 

1,320 
1,305 
2,022 
1,136 
4,457 
8,351 
10, 307 

11,155 
2,020 
1,206 
933 
2,987 
1,793 

1,804 
3,704 
7,230 

158,445 

3,943 
793 
3,741 
3,662 
1,896 
2,758 

43,613 
4,470 

21,940 
754 

1,306 
8,060 
9,528 
887 
1,458 
1,366 
3,299 
3,112 
1,326 
4,950 

1,729 
3,655 
1,520 
1,126 
19,136 
2,739 
821 
5,513 

6,048 
6,449 

26,518 
4,057 
1,521 
3,463 
8,178 
2,182 
1,260 
881 
2,020 
2,443 

1,594 
1,355 
1,168 

4,639 

2,723 
2,537 
3,873 
2,673 

6,206 
1,140 
4,157 

1,295 
3,168 
1,837 
3,078 
3,742 
1,576 
11,122 
1,929 
1,136 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



1,361 
1,212 

34,845 

4,093 

898 

850 

925 

1,486 

776 

3,341 

5,403 

6,471 

7,621 
1,362 
836 
745 
2,129 
1,103 

1,224 
2,412 
4,222 

101,333 

3,111 

573 

2,381 

2,616 

1,224 

2,006 

25,741 

2,828 

14,238 

532 

954 
5,092 
5,398 

637 
1,018 

882 
1,973 
2,350 

968 
3,416 

1,207 
2,409 
1,170 
766 
12,648 
1,979 
527 
3,535 

4,178 
4,785 



17,262 
2,683 
1,017 
1,723 
5,386 
1,488 
916 
645 
1,566 
1,631 

1,140 
837 
870 

3,153 

1,987 
1,693 
2,565 
1,735 

3,720 

844 

3,091 

905 
1,972 
1,277 
1,980 
2,346 
1,068 
8,506 
1,283 

842 



Population 1950 



92 

114 

3 
25 

128 

150 

127 

102 

161 

36 

34 

16 

13 
82 
123 
158 
55 
124 

116 
71 
22 



38 
164 

53 

45 
139 

77 
4 

51 

8 

168 

137 
21 
19 
159 
142 
126 
74 
52 
129 
35 

112 
64 

111 

156 
9 
68 

170 
33 

63 

28 

7 

59 

113 

73 

20 

99 

148 

167 



131 
146 
141 



41 
145 
43 

1A4 
83 

121 
76 
61 

132 
11 

110 

152 



Inhabitants 
(Number) 



119,742 

196,685 
148,162 

4,367,911 
576,900 
133,928 
101,048 
135,043 
169,357 
88,370 
482,393 
495,084 
871,047 

1,116,509 
231,105 
138,965 
90,252 
321,758 
137,469 

146,983 
264,622 
685,405 



446,200 
83,319 
325,352 
366,395 
114,950 
250,512 

3,671,048 
331,770 

2,213,236 
66,567 

119,942 
704,829 
737,203 
90,188 
109, 585 
136,450 
255,740 
328,050 
133,407 
487,632 

155,385 
277,140 
153,515 

96,826 

1,681,281 

274,895 

58,929 
500,460 

281,642 
556,808 

2,240,767 
290,547 
151,481 
257,396 
732,992 
176, 547 
103,917 
70,910 
205,058 
221,561 

131,484 
104,823 
111,661 

407,255 

196,023 
200,750 
341,719 
275,876 

409,143 
105,160 
395,551 

105,418 
229,781 
141,216 
251,686 
284,262 
130,194 
1,464,089 
154,656 
100,448 



Per 
capita 
sales^ 

(Dollars) 



1,273 

1,139 
1,188 

1,626 
1,250 
943 
1,701 
1,081 
1,349 
1,251 
1,266 
1,998 
1,343 

1,372 
1,017 
1,094 
1,176 
1,180 
1,032 

1,146 
1,294 
1,113 



1,132 
1,121 
1,370 
1,323 
1,873 
1,200 
1,175 
1,482 
1,026 
1,279 

1,387 
1,284 
1,079 
1,082 
1,191 
1,123 
1,062 
1,286 
1,153 
1,281 

1,340 
1,665 
1,224 
1,091 
1,227 
1,336 
1,393 
1,104 

2,231 
1,439 



1,348 
1,600 
1,018 
869 
1,375 
1,395 
1,434 
1,401 
1,228 
1,416 

1,362 
1,124 
1,188 

1,276 

1,642 
1,290 
1,318 
1,027 

1,491 
1,138 
1,285 

1,361 
1,462 
1,446 
1,457 
1,080 
1,145 
1,382 
1,198 
1,278 



Central cities^ 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



1,007 

1,990 
1,120 

27,155 
4,113 
1,077 
1,138 
1,015 
1,256 
1,067 
4,022 
4,970 
8,513 

8,758 
1,381 
1,101 
732 
2,297 
1,503 

1,334 
2,592 
6,100 



3,139 

698 

3,291 

2,641 

1,262 

1,471 

25,340 

2,405 

7,298 

607 

954 
5,305 
3,642 

833 
1,021 

814 
1,716 
2,643 
1,043 
4,122 

1,339 
2,498 
1,110 

985 

10,309 

1,998 

771 
5,240 

2,064 
3,829 

14,872 
1,748 
1,391 
1,706 
6,381 
1,614 
1,014 
676 
1,374 
2,019 

1,211 

1,149 

964 

2,577 

1,773 
1,477 
2,632 
1,892 

4,572 

952 

3,558 

1,150 
2,509 
1,235 
2,591 
1,916 
1,187 
6,734 
1,399 
780 



With 
payroll 
(Number) 



757 

1,262 
814 

17,879 

3,013 

719 

738 

709 

968 

741 

3,044 

2,990 

5,257 

6,044 
979 
791 
594 

1,615 
939 



1,702 
3,632 

64,681 



2,531 
496 

2,109 
1,897' 

780 

1,109 

14,258 

1,647 

4,658 

433 

704 

3,295 

2,088 

603 

763 

582 

1,050 

2,027 

769 

2,792 

979 
1,736 

848 

681 
6,781 
1,518 

491 
3,344 

1,482 
2,865 

9,438 

1,146 

921 

992 

4,101 

1,130 

772 

514 

1,066 

1,335 

913 
717 
730 

1,833 

1,235 

953 

1,800 

1,186 

2,730 

704 

2,622 

810 
1,491 

963 
1,691 
1,224 

807 
5,188 

923 

590 



Total 
($1,000) 



143,346 

216,751 
124,129 

3,718,059 
556,018 
103,723 
159,588 
119,160 
169,730 
105,973 
579,226 
620,318 
954,157 

1,290,281 
182,694 
148,250 
91,404 
317,118 
123,761 

130,357 
247,810 
665,047 

9,965,199 

424,392 

83,791 

404,088 

390,447 

165,199 

188,536 

2,461,538 

315,033 

907,179 

73,892 

135,160 
660,132 
350,782 
94,615 
97,015 
112,102 
157,056 
387,702 
130,375 
539,193 

176,247 

352,409 
147,648 

92,402 

1,161,257 

303,383 

79,045 
528,888 

282,321 

524,870 



1,759,404 
228,078 
146,146 
142,416 
827,201 
203,719 
136, 544 
85,620 
187,770 
273,243 

155,782 
106,222 
115,984 

324,703 

200,798 
163,623 
339,283 
219,943 

490,007 
110,259 
442,046 

133,193 
244,564 
169,992 
331,021 
183,244 
131,173 
1,212,450 
138,115 
97,611 



With 
payroll 
($1,000) 



204,057 
117,281 

3,510,003 
534,854 

97,163 
149,706 
114,440 
163,516 

99,775 
561,444 
583,294 
885,129 

1,232,609 
175,578 
142,670 
89,054 
305,146 
113,149 

121,209 
229,602 
619,611 

9,185,189 

413,988 

80,191 
380, 346 
375,387 
156,399 
182,858 
2,238,696 
298,815 
856,255 

70,696 

129,206 
617,906 
323,942 
90,247 
91,657 
107,472 
144,942 
376,324 
125,561 
509,765 

165,133 
333,213 
141,634 

86,786 

1,095,359 

293,177 

74,203 
503,222 

267,857 
501,264 



1,635,976 
213,846 
138,068 
130,692 
779,481 
195,107 
131,562 
82,938 
180, 552 
259,387 

149,878 
98,124 
111,976 

309,713 

187,860 
151,111 
321,753 
205,233 

460,129 
105,927 
422,680 

126,805 
222,346 
164,074 
313,477 
166,636 
124,943 
1,176,800 
128,423 
93,999 



Population 
1950 



(Number) 



98,884 

151,801 
81,509 

2,355,430 

369,129 

97,249 

71,747 

70,252 

96,056 

82,732 

396,000 

249,276 

637,392 



833,067 
129,009 
106,525 
58,479 
174,307 
109,189 

109,687 
164,443 
570,445 

8,629,750 

293,552 

57,112 
243,504 
251,117 

52,367 

111,856 

2,071,605 

128,841 

676,806 

53,348 

77, 6X 
373,628 
248,674 
63,685 
71,193 
65,679 
109, 320 
230,310 
91,921 
332,488 

105,438 

137, 572 

92,918 

78,588 

856,796 

182,121 

52,093 

408,442 

164,653 
434,924 



1,159,932 
102,148 
119,638 
125,536 
467,591 
127,206 
83,991 
52,696 
115,9U 
161,721 

81,628 
66,731 
78,508 

217,060 

123,753 

70,853 

220, 583 

W3,673 

221,419 
64,214 
303,616 

78,791 
128,009 

48,774 
182,740 
143,213 

84,706 
802,178 
104,477 

65,198 



Per 
capita 
sales' 

(Dollars) 



1,428 
1,523 

1,579 
1,506 
1,067 
2,224 
1,696 
1,767 
1,281 
1,463 
2,488 
1,497 

1,549 
1,416 
1,392 
1,563 
1,819 
1,133 

1,188 
1,507 
1,166 



1,446 
1,467 
1,659 
1,555 
3,155 
1,686 
1,188 
2,445 
1,340 
1,385 

1,741 
1,767 
1,411 
1,486 
1,363 
1,707 
1,437 
1,683 
1,418 
1,622 

1,672 
2,562 
1,589 
1,176 
1,355 
1,666 
1,517 
1,295 

1,715 
1,207 

1,517 
2,233 
1,222 
1,134 
1,769 
1,601 
1,626 
1,625 
1,620 
1,690 

1,908 
1,592 
1,477 

1,496 

1,623 
2,309 
1,538 
1,531 

2,213 
1,717 
1,456 

1,690 
1,911 
3,485 
1,811 
1,280 
1,549 
1,511 
1,322 
1,497 



^Per capita sales is ratio of 1954 Sales to Population figures shown. 
Central Cities are those named in the title of the Metropolition Area, with the exception of New York-Northeastern New Jersey, which includes New York, Newark and Jersey City. 



1-104 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IN. RETAIL TRADt: 19'54-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS RANKED BY VOLUME OF SALES AND BY 

POPULATION-Continued 
Standard Metropolitan Areas and Central Cities— Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 





Standard metropolitan area 


Central cities^ 


standard 
metropolitan 
area 


Sales 


Establishments 


Population 1950 


Per 
capita 
sales' 

(Dollars) 


Establishments 


Sales 


Population 
1950 

(Number) 


Per 


All establishments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Rank 


Inhabitants 

(Number) 


Total 
( Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total 
($1,000) 


With 
payroll 

($1,000) 


capita 
sales' 

(Dollars) 




Rani! 


AiDount 
($1,000) 


Wheeling, W. Va.- 
Steubenville, Ohio.. 
Wichita, KaES 

Wichita Falls, Tex... 
Wilies-Barre- 

Hazleton, Pa 

Wilmington, Del 

Wlnston-Salem, N. C. 

Worcester, Mass 

York, Pa 


68 
59 

142 

74 
57 
127 
71 
94 
37 


329,173 
376,956 

135,464 

309,900 
382,449 
155,394 
321,522 
239,252 
593,169 


304,969 
364,388 

128, 586 

271,530 
358,563 
144,644 
302,870 
221,712 
557,237 


4,118 
2,770 

1,183 

5,034 
3,262 
1,435 
2,900 
2,611 
5,503 


2,682 
2,080 

819 

2,396 

2,134 
899 
1,978 
1,673 
3,847 


48 
85 

154 

44 
70 
117 
66 
89 
30 


354,092 
222,290 

98,493 

392,241 
268,387 
146,135 
276,336 
202,737 
528,498 


930 
1,696 

1,375 

790 
1,425 
1,063 
1,164 
1,180 
1,122 


1,425 
2,501 

894 

1,842 
1,847 
1,084 
2,198 
1,170 
1,894 


1,059 
1,891 

622 

1,054 
1,241 

748 
1,516 

804 
1,380 


167,883 
355,041 

109,613 

150,778 
237,828 
136,682 
266,335 
121,453 
249,000 


161,709 
343,961 

104, 593 

139,902 
225,280 
130,140 
252,071 
115,681 
238,248 


94,763 
168,279 

68,042 

112,317 
110,356 

87,811 
203,486 

59,953 
168,330 


1,772 
2,110 

1,611 

1,342 
2,155 
1,557 
1,309 
2,026 


Youngstown, Ohio 


1.479 



^Per capita sales is ratio of 1954 Sales to Population figures shown. 

^Central Cities are those named in the title of the Metropolitan Area, with the exception of New York-Northeastern New Jersey, which includes New Yorlt, Newark, and Jersey City. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-105 

Table IP. RETAIL TRADE: 1054-CITIES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES 
Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



city 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
listi- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950^ 



Per 
capita 

sales 



(Dol- 
lars) 



City 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Ftopu- 
latlon 
1950^ 



Per 
capita 

sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



Aberdeen, S. Oaii. 
Aberdeen, Wash . . . 

Abilene, Tex 

Ada, Okla 

Adrian, Uich 

Allien, S. C 

AJiron, Ohio 

Alameda, Calif... 

Albany, Calif 

Albany, G^ 

Albany, N. 1 

Albany, Oreg 

Albemarle, N. C. 
Albert Lea, Uinn. 
Albion, Uich 



Albuquerque, N. Ilex. 

Alexandria, La 

Alexandria, Va 

Alhesibra, Calif 

Alice, Tex 

Allquippa, Pa 

Allen Park, IBch 

Allentown, Pa 

Alliance, Ohio 

Alpena, Uich 

Alton, 111 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarlllo, Tex 

Ambrldge, Pa 

Amerlcus, Ga 

Ames, Iowa 

Amsterdam, N. Y 

Anaconda, iloat 

Anaheim, Calif 

Anderson, Ind 

Anderson, S . C 

Annapolis, Ml 

Ann Arbor, Uich 

Anniston, Ala 

Ansonla, Conn 



Antloch, Calif 

Appleton, Wis 

Arcadia, Calif 

Ardmore, Okla 

Arkansas City, Kans . 



ArUngt.nn Heights, 111. 

Arnold, Pa 

Asbmy Park, N. J 

AshevlUe, N. C 

Ashland, Ky 



Ashland, (}hlo.. . 
Ashland, Wis.... 
Ashtabula, Ohio. 
Astoria, Oreg... 
Atchison, Kans.. 



Athens, Ga 

Athens, Ohio 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Attleboro, Ifess 



Auburn, Ala. . . . 
Auburn, Ualne.. 
Auburn, N. Y... 
Augusta, Ga. . . . 
Augusta, Maine. 



Aurora, Colo. 
Aurora, 111.. 
Austin, Ulnn. 
Austin, Tex.. 
Azusa, Calif. 



Bakersfleld, Calif. 

Baltimore, Ud 

Bangor, Uaine 

Balterton, Ohio. 

Barre, Vt 



Bartlesville, Okla. 

Bastrop, la 

Batavia, N. Y 

Bath, Uaine 

Baton Rouge, l£,... 



Battle Creek, Uich. 

Bay City, Uich 

Bayonne, N. J 

Baytown, Tex 

Beacon, N. Y 



586 
589 
249 
812 
576 

8'0 

42 

462 

1,163 

350 

77 

813 

926 

880 

1,107 

78 
352 
162 
211 
950 

680 

857 
101 
544 
928 

335 
256 
110 
608 
1,157 

729 
552 
1,144 
582 
241 

487 
518 
252 
367 
934 

1,062 
308 
501 
625 
903 

988 
1,232 
354 
192 
446 

854 

1,132 

398 

971 

1,130 

541 

914 

22 

U7 
795 

1,244 
906 
390 
130 
764 

804 

226 

654 

91 

1,102 

105 

8 

296 

466 

1,008 

686 

1,037 

587 

1,209 

86 

232 
246 
307 
493 
1,068 



36,920 
36,776 
80,445 
25,752 
37,641 

24,639 
391,846 
45,267 
14,053 
58,876 

219,737 
25,745 
22,260 
23,392 
16,549 

214,243 
58,561 

120,271 
95,019 
21,470 

31,613 
24,138 
169,136 
39,171 
22,220 

60,593 
78,554 
162, 319 
35,246 
14,100 

28,901 
38,730 
15,013 
37,216 
82,785 

43,192 
40,434 
79,343 
55,782 
22,004 

18,167 
64,927 
42,339 
34,436 
22,835 

20,306 
9,213 
58,369 
99,819 
46,207 

24,300 
15,607 
51,095 
20,732 
15,641 

39,323 
22,538 
753,489 
135,043 
26,282 

7,489 

22,739 

52,359 

140,680 

27,274 

25,923 
88,418 
32,758 
185,027 
16,706 

166,504 

1,237,198 

67,989 

44,691 

19,536 

30,849 
19,003 
36,883 

11,289 
190,372 

86,754 
82,216 
64,946 

43,030 
18,072 



36,118 
35,242 
75,877 
24,142 
36,639 

22,079 
375,388 
41,551 
12,849 
56,400 

202,817 
24,707 
20,872 
22,016 
16,177 

203,923 
54,959 

117,967 
91,561 
20,410 

29,627 
23,486 
157,394 
37,621 
21, 196 

58,353 
73,928 
152,255 
33,530 
13,272 

28,017 
34,530 
14,063 
35,220 
80,447 

39,802 
38,570 
77,347 
52,074 
20,132 

15,935 
61,983 
39,919 
32,006 
21,701 

19,596 
8,147 
55,565 
95,637 
43,075 

23,302 
14,467 
48,577 
19,652 
14,941 

37,475 
21,396 
733,339 
127,003 
24,180 

6,633 
20,383 
47,709 
132,920 
25,078 

25,401 
84,060 
31,218 
177,603 
15,710 

157,636 
1,143,152 
65,609 
41,895 
18,512 

29,827 
17,043 
35,263 
10,507 
182,030 

84,182 
78,336 
57,464 
41,018 
15,826 



297 
332 
686 
262 
279 

245 
2,837 
465 
140 
495 

1,993 
232 
214 
260 
139 

1,823 
548 
582 
590 
231 

319 
131 
1,534 
338 
224 

499 
821 
1,149 
309 
185 

239 
541 
167 
289 
649 

484 
346 
523 
514 
261 

194 
546 
332 
355 
233 

126 
111 
548 
845 
419 

220 
214 
411 
225 

197 

365 

213 

4,340 

1,591 
272 

118 
281 
599 
1,069 
302 

164 
641 
310 
1,527 
139 

1,193 

11,773 

437 

413 

195 

246 
212 
282 
149 
1,341 

665 

743 
953 
331 

202 



243 
236 
460 
178 
225 

137 
2,041 
309 
78 
363 

1,321 
174 
136 
186 

117 

1,253 
378 
470 
418 
167 

199 
103 
926 
262 
168 

379 
575 
787 
221 
131 

185 
331 
119 
225 
495 

294 
258 
429 
332 
171 

110 
394 
218 
219 
189 

96 
55 

408 
591 
273 

158 
148 
287 
163 
155 

235 

151 

3,174 

1,181 
170 

74 
173 
375 
741 
204 

136 
473 
222 
1,085 
101 

849 
7,105 
347 
297 
133 

183 
136 
210 
111 
987 

541 
577 
589 
223 
120 



21,051 
19,653 
45,570 
15,995 
18,393 

11,152 
274,605 
70,642 
17, 590 
31,155 

134,995 
10,115 
11,798 
13, 545 
10,406 

96,815 
34,913 
61,787 
53,558 
16,449 

26,132 
12,329 
106,756 
26,161 
13,135 

32,550 
77,177 
74,246 
16,429 
11,389 

22,898 
32,240 
U,254 
22,158 
46,320 

19,770 
10,047 
4S,251 
31,066 
18,706 

13,712 
34,010 
33,446 
17,890 
12,903 

13,380 
10,263 
17,094 
53,000 
31,131 

14,287 
10,640 
23,696 
12,331 
12,792 

23,180 
11,660 
331,314 
61,657 
23,809 

12,939 
23,134 
36,722 
71,508 
20,913 

11,421 
50,576 
23,100 
132,459 
12,612 

34,784 
949,708 
31,558 
27,820 
10,922 

19,228 
12,769 
17,799 
10,644 
125,629 

48,666 
52, 523 
77,203 
22,983 
14,012 



1,754 
1,871 
1,765 
1,610 
2,046 

2,209 

1,427 

641 

799 

1,890 

1,628 
2,545 

1,887 
1,727 
1,590 

2,213 
1,677 
1,947 
1,774 
1,305 

1,210 
1,958 
1,584 
1,497 
1,692 

1,861 
1,018 
2,186 
2,145 
1,238 

1,262 
1,201 
1,334 
1,680 
1,768 

2,185 
4,024 
1,644 
1,796 
1,176 

1,325 
1,909 
1,266 
1,925 
1,770 

1,518 
898 
3,415 
1,883 
1,484 

1,701 
1,467 
2,156 
1,681 
1,223 

1,395 
1,933 
2,274 
2,190 
1,104 

579 

983 

1,426 

1,967 

1,304 

2,270 
1,748 
l,4ia 
1,397 
1,374 

4,787 
1,303 
2,154 
1,606 
1,789 

1,604 
1,4^8 
2,072 
1,061 
1,515 

1,783 
1,565 
841 
1,872 
1,290 



Beatrice, Nebr 

Beaumont , Tex 

Beaver Dam, Wis 

Beaver Falls, Pa 

Beckley, W. Va 

Bedford, Ind 

Bell, Calif 

Bellaire, Ohio 

Bellalre, Tex 

Bellefontaine, Ohio 

Belleville, 111 

Belleville, N. J 

Bellevue, Pa 

Bellingham, Wash 

Bellwood, 111 

Belolt, Wis 

Bemidjl, Minn 

Bend, Oreg 

Benton Harbor, Mich. , . , 
Berea, Ohio 

Bergenfield, N. J 

Berkeley, Calif 

Berkley, Mich 

Berlin, N. H 

Berwick, Pa 

Berwyn, 111 

Bessemer, Ala 

Bethel, Pa 

Bethlehem, Pa 

Beverly, Mass 

Beverly Hills, Calif... 

Bexley, Ohio 

Biddeford, Maine 

Big Spring, Tex 

Billings, Itont 

Biloxi, Miss 

Binghamton, N. Y 

Blnuingham, Ala. 

Binningham, Mich 

Bismarck, N. Dak 

Bloomfield, N. J 

Blocanington, 111 

Bloomington, Ind 

Blocanaburg, Pa 

Bluefield, *. Va 

Blue Island, 111 

Blytheville, Ark 

Bogalusa, La 

Boise City, Idaho 

Boone, Iowa 

Borger, Tex 

Bossier City, La 

Boston, Mass 

Boulder, Colo 

Bowling Green, Ky 

Bowling Green, Ohio.... 

Bozeman, Usnt 

Braddock, Pa 

Bredenton, Fla 

Bradford, Pa 

Brainerd, Minn 

Brawley, Calif 

Bremerton, Wash 

Brentwood, Pa 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Bridgeton, N. J 

Bristol, Conn 

Bristol, Pa 

Bristol, Tenn 

Bristol, Va 

Brockton, Mass 

Brookfield, 111 

Brownsville, Tex 

Brownwood, Tex 

Brunswick, Ga 

Bryan, Tex 

Bucyrus, Ohio 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Burbank, Calif 

Burllngame, Calif 

Burlington, Iowa 

Burlington, N . J 

Burlington, N. C 

Burlington, Vt 

Butler, Pa 



933 
129 

1,044 
660 
605 

837 

741 

1,136 

1,242 

940 

361 
731 

1,200 
365 

1,245 

411 
1,012 
1,073 

463 
1,065 

790 

150 

1,074 

1,036 

1,072 

265 
512 
1,256 
281 
698 

128 
1,249 
738 
525 
240 

616 
145 
40 
328 

515 

447 
301 
486 
1,104 
619 

564 
825 

1,004 
231 

1,031 

672 

1,009 

7 

639 

651 

996 
994 
607 
655 
785 

918 

949 

413 

1,086 

72 

537 
529 
815 
730 
946 

233 

1,194 
612 
900 
740 

571 

1,092 

19 

144 

511 

476 
960 
452 
371 
399 



22,028 
141,583 
18,837 
32,476 
35,935 

24,786 
28,169 
15,413 
7,884 
21,897 

57, 318 
23,341 
11,703 
56,747 
7,258 

49,086 
19,427 
17,920 
45,050 
18,124 

26,548 
126,015 
17,911 
19,005 
17,940 
74,764 
41,003 
3,422 
71,247 
30,158 

141,795 
6,023 
23,440 
40,101 
83,546 

34,836 
130,714 
424,156 
61,575 
40,923 

46,197 
65,962 
43,205 
16,618 
34,586 

38,063 
25,173 
19,685 
86,834 
19,119 

31,833 
19,518 
1,320,624 
33,783 
33,147 

19,913 
19,975 
35,264 
32,616 
26,610 

22,418 
21,533 
48,776 
17,368 
226,956 

39,680 
39,931 
25,579 
28,877 
21,813 

36,270 
12,243 
34,977 
22,979 
28,184 

37,770 
16,956 
795, 576 
130,799 
41,101 

43,838 
21,071 
45,983 
54,571 
51,004 



21,034 
134,329 
17,629 
31,232 
34,825 

23,710 
26,725 
13,863 
7,624 
21,153 

53,578 
24,601 
11,637 
53,369 
6,480 

47,204 
18,199 
16,144 
43,648 
17, 518 

25, 196 
117,377 
16,649 
17,533 
16,514 
67,632 
36,555 
3,060 
66,237 
28,510 

139,005 

5,060 

26,926 

38,155 

31,292 

31,152 

122,470 

407,008 

60,321 

39,773 

41,781 
63,320 
41,793 
15,282 
33,958 

36,141 
22,815 
17,733 
83,004 
17,535 

28,977 
18,300 
1,265,508 
32,123 
31,083 

18,637 
18,947 
33,434 
30,190 
24,984 

20,726 
20,527 
46,328 

17,240 
212,386 

37,622 
37,633 
23,127 
27,613 
20,535 

81,768 
11,249 
33,781 
20,563 
26,514 

36,134 

15,968 

746,874 

123,423 

39,565 

41,994 
19,231 
42,771 
52,721 
47,484 



209 
1,191 
231 
302 
322 

247 
221 
203 
65 
190 

562 
335 

65 
516 

90 

411 
182 
199 
355 
136 

194 
1,156 
163 
244 
227 
553 
515 
52 
332 
305 

614 
63 
311 
380 
498 

417 

1,135 

3,105 

247 

235 

504 
522 
340 
227 
297 

269 
292 
249 
674 
236 

281 
180 
9,410 
313 
336 

187 
181 
283 
324 
278 

246 
178 
385 
64 
2,177 

357 
454 
269 
238 
257 

835 
116 
373 
301 
276 

335 

209 

7,030 

954 



387 
219 
481 
397 
466 



157 
809 
163 
226 
236 

183 
149 

132 
43 
150 

380 
167 

59 
334 

58 

333 
138 
115 
285 
112 

142 
764 
115 
166 
133 
322 
281 
30 
542 
213 

494 
33 
227 
278 
374 

253 

763 

2,113 

201 

177 

328 
408 
2TO 
135 
243 

185 
174 
149 
462 
153 

187 
123 
6,463 
247 
250 

131 
135 
201 
202 
184 

158 

146 

231 

60 

1,503 

239 
314 
163 
158 
175 

575 
80 
284 
179 
180 

249 
157 
4,800 
64« 
198 

307 
137 
305 
319 
298 



11,813 
94,014 
11,867 
17,375 
19,397 

12,562 
15,430 
12,573 
10, 173 
10,232 

32,721 
32,019 

11,604 
34,112 
12,527 

29,590 
10,001 
11,409 
18,769 
12,051 

17,647 
113,805 
17,931 
16,615 
14,010 
51,280 
23,445 
11,324 
66,340 
23,884 

29,032 
12,378 
20,336 
17,286 
31,834 

37,425 

80,674 

326,037 

15,467 

18,640 

49,307 
34,163 
23,163 
10,633 
21,506 

17,622 
16,234 
17,798 
34,393 
12,164 

18,059 
15,470 
801,444 
19,999 
18,347 

12,005 
11,325 
16,488 
13,604 
17,354 

12,637 
13,098 
27,678 
12,535 
158,709 

18,378 
35,961 
12,710 
16,771 
15,954 

62,860 
17,580 
36,066 
20,131 
17,954 

13,102 
10,327 
580,132 
88,043 
19,886 

30,613 
12,051 
24,560 
33,155 
23,482 



1,865 
1,506 
1,587 
1,869 
1,853 

1,973 
1,826 
1,226 
775 
2,140 

1,752 

901 

1,009 

1,664 

579 

1,659 
1,943 
1,571 
2,400 
1,504 

1,504 
1,107 

999 
1,144 
1,281 
1,458 
1,441 

302 
1,074 
1,044 

4,884 
437 
1,365 
2,320 
2,624 

931 
1,620 
1,301 
3,981 
2,195 

937 
1,931 
1,534 
1,563 
1,608 

2,160 
1,551 
1,106 
2,554 
1,572 

1,763 
1,262 
1,648 
1,689 
1,807 

1,659 
1,764 
2,139 
2,398 
1,533 

1,774 
1,644 
1,762 
1,386 
1,430 

2,159 
1,110 
2,013 
1,722 
1,367 

1,372 

696 

970 

1,139 

1,570 

2,087 
1,642 
1,371 
1,486 
2,067 

1,432 
1,748 
1,872 
1,646 
2,172 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1-106 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IP. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-CITIES WITH 10.000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES— Continued 
Sales, Establishments. Population, and Per Capita Sales 



City 



establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
\9X' 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



City 



Sales^ 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
vclth 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950' 



Per 
capita 
sales 



Butte, Mont 

Cadillac, Mich 

Cairo, 111 

Caldwell, Idaho 

Calumet City, lU 

Cambridge, Md 

Cambridge , Mass 

Cambridge, Ohio 

Camden, Ark 

Camden, N. J 

Campbell, Ohio 

Canonsburg, Pa 

Canton, 111 

Canton, Ohio 

Cape Girardeau, Mo 

Carbondale, 111 

Carbondale, Pa 

Carlisle, Pa 

Carlsbad, N. Mex 

Carnegie, Pa 

Carteret, N. J 

Carthage, Uo 

Casper, ^o 

Cedar Falls, Iowa 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Central Falls, R. I 

Centralia, 111 

Chambersburg, Pa 

Champaign, 111 

Chanute, Kans 

Charles City, Iowa 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Charlottesville, Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chelsea, Mass 

Chester, Pa 

Cheyenne, Ityo 

Chicago, 111 

Chicago Heights, 111 

Chic]£asha, Okla 

Chico, Calif 

Chicopee , Mass 

Chillicothe, Ohio 

Chippewa Falls, Wis 

Chula Vista, Calif 

Cicero, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Clairton, Pa 

Claremont, N. H 

Clarksburg, W. Va 

Claxksdale, Miss 

Clarksville, Tenn 

Clayton, Mo 

Clearffater, Fla 

Cleburne, Tex 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Cleveland , Tenn 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio. 

Cliffside Park, N. J 

Clifton, N. J 

Clinton, Iowa 

ClovlB, N. Mex 

Coatesville, Pa 



Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 
Coffeyvllle, Kans... 

Cohoes, N. r 

College Perk, Ga 

College Park, Md 



Colllnsvllle, 111 

Collingswood, N. J 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Colton, Calif 

Columbia, Mo 



329 

1,115 

1,076 

849 

1,199 

932 

96 

899 

1,034 

102 

1,250 
993 
909 
98 
640 

1,100 

1,084 

658 

674 

868 

1,221 
1,114 

331 
1,026 

152 

1,216 
819 
555 
266 

1,154 

1,103 

168 

106 

67 

420 

75 
545 
180 
349 
2 

448 

883 
532 
600 
456 

844 
TOO 
259 
20 
972 

1,052 
373 
814 
604 
278 

378 

1,027 

6 

756 

374 

1,188 
261 
431 
786 
806 

902 

702 

1,087 

1,238 

1,185 

1,045 
967 
154 

1,061 
627 



61,544 
16,075 
17,717 
24,361 
11,785 

22,043 
176,345 
22,988 
19,038 
168,768 

5,868 
20,010 
22,730 
174,242 
33,703 

16,776 
17,396 
32,572 
31,790 
23,749 

10,207 
16,113 
61,077 
19,206 
124,070 

10,927 
25,495 
38,673 
74,466 
14,348 

16,627 
118,545 
165,266 
244,835 

48,175 

222,063 
39,028 

108,404 

59,202 

5,019,537 

46,164 
23,361 
39,818 
36,077 
45,858 

24,466 
30,039 
76,795 
774,588 
20,726 

18,613 
54,142 
25,644 
35,935 
73,103 

53,616 
19,205 
1.364,190 
27,670 
54,108 

12,771 
76,101 
47,233 
26,591 
25,905 

22,873 
29,856 
17,361 
8,696 
12,789 

18,837 
20,848 
123,692 
18,196 
34,399 



Columbia, Pa 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbia, Tenn 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ind 

Columbus, Mise 

Columbus, Ohio 

Compton, Calif 

Concord, Calif 

Concord, N. H 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,21J 


11,047 


119 


149,723 


912 


22, 580 


151 


125,513 


559 


38,463 


962 


21,024 


27 


625,423 


157 


122,336 


859 


24,075 


491 


43,058 



57,758 
15,031 
17,173 
23,055 
10,137 

20,737 

169,123 

21,468 

17,382 

154,136 

4,518 
19,042 
21,994 
165,158 
32,719 

16,020 
15,876 
30,796 
29,496 
22,087 

8,829 
14,617 
58,899 
18,192 

118,394 

8,859 
23,961 
36,399 
72,940 
13,354 

15,645 
111,845 
160,060 
234,627 

47,141 

210, 587 
34,194 

101,440 

57,346 

4,695,605 

43,280 
21,357 
38,236 
31,791 
43,922 

22,500 
28,199 
67,601 
742,896 
19,160 

17,345 
52,092 
23,294 
33,671 
71,933 

50,850 
17,093 
1,276,962 
23,868 
51,332 

11,163 
67, 567 
45,661 
24,457 
24,325 

21,077 
28,614 
15,099 
7,826 
12,357 

17,407 
19,540 
119,430 
16,588 
32,997 

10,011 
141,221 

20,762 
118,207 

37,081 

19,060 
600,729 
U7,472 
22,939 
40,780 



606 
167 
190 
195 
224 

198 

1,236 

286 

237 

1,686 

132 
192 
206 
1,554 
344 

170 
266 
302 
316 
246 

151 
214 
344 
195 
867 

265 
272 
376 
453 
184 

182 
1,111 
1,148 
1,625 

327 

1,929 

518 

981 

455 

38,222 

346 
232 
337 
507 

370 

259 
244 
844 
5,952 
215 

202 
487 
299 
340 
248 

496 
235 
10,745 
317 
474 

184 
748 
410 
238 
252 

246 
289 
257 
U4 
78 

219 
190 
847 
172 
340 

171 
1,188 

261 
1,269 

358 

273 
4,408 
622 
193 
395 



406 
L23 

146 
131 
128 

136 
882 
184 
145 
1,000 

64 
132 
168 
1,090 
280 

126 
144 
218 
208 
154 

91 
138 
240 
143 

591 

143 
206 
252 
379 
148 

130 
777 
798 
1,073 
265 

1,351 

312 

625 

343 

23,298 

220 
152 
259 
295 
280 

147 

188 

460 

4,354 

U3 

146 
359 
201 
206 
198 

308 

151 

7,045 

173 

298 

112 
392 
318 
184 
184 

166 

227 

163 

56 

66 

141 
114 
655 
114 
266 

101 
832 
171 
829 
286 

161 
3,230 
436 
143 
277 



33,251 
10,425 
12,123 
10,487 
19,066 

10,351 
120,740 
14,739 
11,372 
124,555 

12,882 
12,072 
11,927 
116,912 
21,578 

10,921 
16,296 
16,812 
17,975 
12,105 

13,030 
11,188 
23,673 
14,334 
72,296 

23,550 
13,863 
17,212 
39,563 
10,109 

10,309 
70,174 
73,501 
134,042 
25,969 

131,041 
33,912 
66,039 
31,935 

3,620,962 

24,551 
15,842 
12,272 
49,211 
20, 133 

11,088 
25,864 
67,544 
503,998 
19,652 

12,811 
32,014 
16,539 
16,246 
16,035 

15,581 
12,905 
914,308 
12,605 
59,141 

17,116 
64,511 
30,379 
17,318 
13,826 

12,198 
17,113 
21,272 
14,535 
11,170 

12,902 
15,800 
45,472 
15,381 
31,974 

11,993 
36,914 
10,911 
79,611 
18,370 

17, 172 
375,901 
55,645 
12,493 
27,988 



1,851 
1,542 
1,461 
2,323 
618 

2,130 
1,461 
1,560 
1,674 
1,355 

456 
1,658 
1,906 
1,490 
1,562 

1,536 
1,068 
1,937 
1,769 
1,962 

783 
1,440 
2,580 
1,340 
1,716 

464 
1,839 
2,247 
1,882 
1,419 

1,613 
1,689 
2,248 
1,827 
1,855 

1,695 

1,003 
1,642 
1,854 
1,386 

1,880 
1,475 
3,245 
733 
2,278 

2,207 
1,161 
1,137 
1,537 

1,055 

1,453 
1,691 
1,551 
2,212 
4,559 

3,441 
1,488 
1,491 
2,195 
915 

746 
1,180 
1,555 
1,535 
1,874 

1,875 

1,745 

816 

598 

1,145 

1,460 
1,319 

2,720 
1,133 
1,076 

921 
1,723 
2,069 
1,577 
2,094 

1,224 
1,6W 
2,198 
1,927 
1,538 



Concord, N, C 

Conneaut, Ohio 

Connellsville, Pa 

Connersville, Ind 

Conshohocken, Pa 

Coral Gables, Fla 

Coraopolis, Pa 

Coming, N. Y 

Corona, Calif 

Coronado, Calif 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Corsicana , Tex 

Cortland, N. Y 

Corvallis, Oreg 

Coshocton, Ohio 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Covington, Ky 

Cranston, R. I 

Crawfordsville, Ind 

Crowley, la 

Crystal , Minn 

Cudahy, Wis 

Culver City, Calif 

Cumberland, Md 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.... 

Dallas, Tex 

Dalton, Ga 

Daly City, Calif 

Danbury, Conn 

Danville, 111 

Danville, Va 

Darby, Pa 

Davenport, Iowa 

Dayton, Ohio 

Daytona Beach, Fla 

Dearborn, Mich 

Decatur, Ala 

Decatur, Ga 

Decatur, 111 

Defiance, Ohio 

De Kalb, 111 

Delano, Calif 

Delaware, Ohio 

Del Rio, Tex 

Denlson, Tex 

Denton, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Derby, Conn 

Des litolnes, Iowa 

Des Plaines, 111 

Detroit, Mich 

Dixon, 111 

Dodge City, Kans 

Donora, Pa 

Dormont, Pa 

Dothan, Ala 

Dover, N. H 

Dover, N, J 

Downers Grove, 111 

Dublin, Ga 

Du Bols, Pa 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

IXimont, N. J 

Duncan, Okla 

Dunkirk, N. Y 

Dunmore, Pa 

Duquesne, Pa 

Durant, Okla 

Durham, N. C 

I^eraburg, Tenn 

East Chicago, Ind 

East Cleveland, Ohio 

East Detroit, Mich 

East Lansing, Mich 

East Liverpool, Ohio.... 

East kbline. 111 

Easton, Pa 

East Orange, N. J 

East Paterson, N. J 

East Point, Ga 

East St. Louis, lU 

Eau Claire, Win,' 

Ecorae, Ulch 

Edlnburg, Tex 



821 

1,1J4 

917 

924 

1,160 

336 
1,106 

875 
1,112 
1,212 

83 
798 
697 
363 
888 

394 
257 
581 
775 
1,070 

1,254 

1,161 

275 

351 

402 

13 
771 
692 
417 
250 

315 
858 
175 
37 
319 

95 
752 
489 
160 
851 

744 
1,022 
1,023 
1,078 

791 

726 

23 

1,120 

59 

631 



827 

770 

1,204 

833 

534 
765 
645 
884 

1,077 

974 
239 
131 
1,233 
696 

871 
1,202 
1,156 
1,096 

203 

1,054 
340 
596 
606 

1,159 

567 

1,14a 

297 

206 

1,U6 

622 
169 
391 
895 
1,143 



25,440 
15,516 
22,422 
22,339 
14,065 

60,571 
16,584 
23,570 
16,316 
11,108 

197,539 
26,162 
30,223 
23,963 
23,190 

51,790 
73,470 
37,275 
26,933 
1£,019 

4,215 
14,064 
73,790 
58,813 
49,938 

955,715 
27,001 
30,542 
48,373 
80,268 

63,499 
24,090 
113,689 
461,602 
62,636 

179,038 
27,751 
43,103 

121,037 
24,341 

28,096 
19,266 
19,260 
17,627 
26,537 

29,025 
696,494 

15,928 
284,225 

34,159 

2,551,312 
25,109 
27,005 
11,577 
24,846 

39,780 
27,176 
33,378 
23,356 

17,651 

20,656 
69,716 
139,106 
9,057 
30,244 

23,638 
11,662 
14,168 
16,841 
97,290 

18,149 
60,329 
36,466 
35,663 
14,097 

38,013 
14,864 
67,885 
96,905 
16,071 

34,555 
116,972 
52,185 
23,077 
15,097 



22,913 
14,420 
20,638 
21,865 
12,483 

58,961 
15,213 
22,414 
15,218 
10,650 

190,595 
24,232 
28,327 
22,845 
21,946 

48,664 
74,082 
32,611 
25,893 
16,703 

4,095 
11,570 
72,120 
55,597 
48,692 

914,807 
23,535 
28,740 
45,467 
77,580 

60,421 

23,124 

109,561 

447,226 

53,748 

173,112 
25,089 
41,569 

117,217 
23,601 

26,502 
18,384 
18,564 
16,913 
25,305 

26,909 
670,932 

14,643 
271,363 

32,893 

2,442,932 
24,185 
25,485 
10,639 
24,542 

36,680 
25,686 
32,146 
22,570 
16,287 

19,272 
64,936 
131,048 
8,571 
23,044 

22,120 
9,750 
12,392 
15,739 
92,642 

17,023 
55,533 
34,652 
33,427 
13,861 

36,683 
14, IBS 
63,227 
91,231 
15,193 

34,025 
110, 568 
50,223 
21,635 
13,397 



303 
173 
252 
223 
166 

403 
170 
226 
175 
113 

1,587 
300 
320 
204 
215 

490 
792 
527 
227 
190 

39 
202 
392 
535 
294 

6,006 
297 
221 
441 
545 

627 
161 
387 
2,380 
688 

1,023 
349 
285 
889 
210 

206 
181 
177 
180 
249 

292 
4,456 

193 
2,263 

216 

18,051 
212 
217 
147 
112 

383 
248 
244 
152 
225 

235 

685 

1,259 



274 
204 
222 
200 
853 

212 
617 
308 
268 
95 

343 
162 
735 
759 
127 

183 
1,225 
509 
165 
216 



174 
123 
154 
191 
104 

310 
108 
184 
123 
89 

1,159 
204 
224 
158 
152 

348 
572 
265 
185 
128 

29 
112 
294 
407 
233 

4,136 
167 
143 

311 
388 

437 
117 
661 
2,180 
454 

795 
227 
137 
635 
156 

158 
139 
145 

130 
177 

204 
3,168 

137 

1,551 

162 

13,253 
162 
131 
93 

90 

241 
176 
186 
112 
141 

161 
454 
851 
57 
154 

196 
94 
126 
138 
567 

148 
403 
213 
182 
81 

263 
130 
455 
503 
79 

147 
853 
401 
122 
148 



16,486 
10,230 
13,293 
15,550 
10,922 

19,837 
10,498 
17,684 
11,462 
17,171 

108,287 
19,211 
18,152 
16,207 
11,575 

45,429 
64,452 
55,060 
12,851 
12,784 

13,724 
12,182 
28,186 
37,679 
29,195 

434,462 
15,963 
23,951 
22,067 
37,364 

35,066 
13,154 
74,549 
243,872 
30,187 

94,994 
19,974 
21,635 
66,269 

11,265 

11,703 
10,065 
11,804 
14,211 
17,504 

21,372 
415,786 

10,259 
177,965 

20,663 

1,849,566 

11,523 
11,262 
12,185 
13,405 

21,584 
15,874 
11,174 
14,232 
10,232 

11,497 
49,671 
104,511 
13,013 
15,325 

18,007 
20,305 
17,620 
10,541 
71,311 

10,885 
54,263 
40,047 
21,461 
20.325 

24,217 
13,913 
35,632 
79,340 
15,386 

21,080 
82,295 
35,404 
17,948 
12,383 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-107 



Table IP. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-CITIES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES— Continued 
Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



Oltjr 



El Cajon, Calif... 
El Centre, Calif.. 
El Cerrito, Calif. 
El Dorado, Ark. . . . 
£1 Dorado, Kans... 



Elgin, 111 

Elizabeth, N. J 

Elizabeth City, N. C... 

Elizabethton, Tenn 

Elkhart, Ind 

Ellwood City, Pa 

ELnhurst, 111 

Elmira, N. Y 

ELmrood Park, 111 

El Paso, Tex 

El Reno, Okla 

Elwood, Ind 

Eljria, Ohio 

Bnporia, Kan£ 

aidicott, N. Y 

^iglewood, Colo 

^iglewood, N. J 

Enid, Okla 

Erie, Pa 

Escanaba, Uich 

Euclid, Ohio 

Eugene, Oreg 

Eureka, Calif 

Evanston, 111 

EvansvlUe, Ind 

Everett, Uass 

Everett, Wash 

Evergreen Park, 111.... 

Fairfield, Ala 

Fair Lawn, N. J 

Falnnont, W. Va 

Fall River, Ifess 

Fargo, N. Efei 

Faribault , Minn 

Farrell, Pa 



Fayettevliae, Ark 

Fayettevllle, N. C 

Fergus Falls, Minn.... 

Ferguson, Uo 

Femdale, Uich 



Flndlay, Ohio 

Fitchburg, Ifess... 

Flint, Mioh 

Floral Park, N. Y. 
Florence, Ala 



Florence, S. C 

FoDd du Lac, Wis... 
Forest Park, lU... 
Fort Collina, Colo. 
Fort Dodge, Iowa... 



Fort lAuderdale, Fla 

Fort Lee, N. J 

Fort Ifadison, Iowa 

Fort >^ers, Fla 

Fort Pierce, Fla 



Fort Scott, ICans. 
Fort aiith, Ark, . 
Fort Thcmas, ^.. 
Fort Wayne , Ind . . 
Fort Worth, Tex.. 



Foetorla, CSlio 

Frankfort, Ind 

Frankfort, 1^ 

Franklin, Pa 

Franklin Park, 111. 



Frederick, m 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

Freeport, 111 

Freeport, N. Y 

Franont, Nebr 



Franont, Ohio.... 

Fresno, Calif 

Fullerton, Calif. 

Fulton, Ifc 

Fulton, N. Y 



Gadsden, Ala 

Gainesville, Fla. 
Gainesville, Ga.. 
Gainesville, Tex. 
Galesburg, 111... 



All 
establishments 



722 

531 

1,053 

562 

945 

293 
12i 
874 
1,000 
326 

1,083 
583 
228 

747 
74 

1,150 

1,146 

377 

894 

558 

445 
473 
300 
87 
930 

438 
199 
311 
142 
94 

757 
306 
623 
1,203 
363 

509 

174 

254 

1,050 

1,235 

831 
247 
995 

1,039 
337 

546 
334 
50 
556 
568 

505 
442 
901 
762 
436 

141 
953 
1,133 
545 
710 

1,127 
244 

1,253 
79 
35 

951 

836 

852 

1,113 

1,219 

549 
566 
464 
395 
705 



644 

1,229 

955 

359 
502 
418 
387 
393 



Amount 
(»1,000) 



29,195 
39,866 
18,608 
38,129 
21,814 

68,900 
143,935 
23,595 
19,759 
61,717 

17,415 
37,109 
87,678 
27,960 
224,706 

14,740 
14,919 
53,687 
23,083 
38,596 

46,265 
44,007 
66,468 
189,675 
22,142 

46,731 
98,253 
64,367 
132,483 
179,582 

27,668 
65,118 
34,535 
11,602 
56,914 

41,146 
115,440 
78,782 
18,674 
8,787 

24,888 
82,190 
19,925 
18,971 
60,488 

39,139 
60,650 
331,923 
38,670 
37,941 

41,585 
46,494 
22,926 
27,396 
46,991 

133,122 
21,395 
15,533 
39,160 
29,444 

15,754 
82,459 
4,950 
210,236 
506,725 

21,412 
24,802 
24,328 
16,215 
10,487 

38,996 
38,018 
44,783 
51,782 
29,618 

32,254 

247,518 

33,420 

9,617 

21,256 

57,453 
42,115 
48,323 
23,197 
52,059 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



27,831 
37,444 
17,830 
35,553 
20,644 

66,240 
131,057 
21,767 
18,045 
59,067 

(D) 

36,025 

84,038 

26,896 

214,102 

13,820 
14,111 
50,659 
22,237 
36,426 

45,001 
42,063 
63,602 
174,295 
21,204 

44,969 
93,067 
62,067 
128,601 
173,446 

24,190 
60,088 
33,729 
10,860 
54,332 

39,414 
106,408 

77,416 
17,706 
7,175 

23,832 

78,582 
19,471 
18,629 
58,424 

37,503 
56,986 
324,415 
36,894 
36,X7 

39,075 
44,082 
21,432 
26,726 
45,037 

126,558 

20,065 

14,481 

36,488 

(D) 

15,048 

76,645 

4,672 

204,032 

476,907 

20,646 
24,356 

(D) 
15,079 
9,703 

36,902 
35,504 
43,123 
48,650 
28,400 

30,898 
230,192 
32,504 
9,195 
19,270 

52,487 
39,751 
45,357 
20,923 
50,269 



Establishments 



(Number) 



220 
223 
149 
417 
198 

464 
1,501 
257 
241 
505 

204 
217 
767 
152 
1,689 

134 
148 
423 
265 
354 

264 
340 
514 
1,723 
235 

241 
703 
442 
701 
1,466 

443 
578 
130 
145 
253 

422 
1,378 
466 
195 
157 

232 
584 
189 
109 
291 

367 
538 
1,966 
226 
298 

422 
540 
199 
235 
406 

1,167 
168 
204 
374 
333 

191 

804 

57 

1,427 

3,549 

204 
213 
235 

207 
104 

359 
267 
343 
468 
258 

320 
2,052 
221 
116 
257 

631 
348 

317 
246 
434 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



162 
1S9 
107 
289 
144 

352 
909 
167 
121 
371 

144 
165 
573 
106 
1,125 

126 
118 
307 
205 
264 

192 
244 
360 
1,025 
185 

175 
505 
322 
537 

1,164 

275 
348 
96 

101 
147 

294 
872 
386 
143 
91 

170 
398 
153 
75 
227 

275 
390 
1,606 
152 
206 

286 
384 
137 
191 
294 

809 
118 
150 
222 
193 

149 

548 

39 

1,111 

2,291 

162 
179 
U5 
139 
70 

265 
195 
267 

330 
188 

234 

1,348 

173 

92 

167 

403 
248 
201 
170 

342 



Popu- 
lation 
1950' 



11,097 
15,383 
22,104 
24,477 
U,037 

44,223 
112,817 
12,685 
10, 754 
35,646 

12,945 
28,342 
49,716 
21,554 
130,485 

10,991 
11,362 
30,307 
15,669 
20,050 

16,869 
23,145 
36,017 ^ 
130,803 
15,170 

41,396 
35,879 
23,058 
73,641 
128,636 

45,982 
33,849 
15,746 
13,177 
23,885 

29,346 
111,963 
38,256 
16,028 
13,644 

17,071 
34,715 
12,917 
11, 573 
29,675 

23,845 
42,691 
163,143 
14,582 
23,879 

22,513 
29,936 
14,969 
14,937 
25,115 

36,328 
11,648 
14,954 
13, 195 
13,502 

10,335 
53,037 
10,870 
133,607 
278,778 

14,351 
15,028 
11,916 
10,006 
12,517 

18,142 
12,158 
22,467 
24,630 
14,762 

16,537 
107,907 
22,779 
10,052 
13,922 

55,725 
26,861 
11,936 
11,246 
31,425 



Per 

capita 
sales 



(Dol- 
lars) 



2,631 
2,592 
842 
1,558 
1,976 

1,558 
1,276 
1,860 
1,837 
1,731 

1,345 
1,309 
1,764 
1,297 
1,722 

1,351 
1,313 
1,771 
1,473 
1,925 

2,743 
1,901 
1,846 
1,450 
1,460 

1,129 
2,738 
2,792 
1,799 
1,396 

602 
1,924 
2,193 

830 
2,383 

1,402 
1,031 
2,059 
1,165 
644 

1,458 
2,368 
1,543 
1,639 
2,038 

1,641 
1,421 
2,035 
2,652 
1,589 

1,847 
1,553 

1,532 
1,834 
1,871 

3,664 
1,337 
1,039 
2,963 
2,181 

1,524 
1,555 
455 
1,574 
1,818 

1,492 
1,650 

2,042 

1,621 

333 

2,149 
3,127 

1,993 
2,098 
2,006 

1,950 
2,294 
1,469 
957 
1,527 

1,031 
1,568 
4,049 
2,063 
1,657 



City 



Galveston, Tex 

Gardens, Calif 

Garden City, Kans 

Garden City, N. Y 

Gardner, Mass 

Garfield, N, J 

Garfield Heights, Ohio,. 

Garland, Tex 

Galy , Ind 

Gastonie, N. C 

Geneva, N. Y 

Girard, Ohio 

Glen Cove, N. Y 

Glendale, Calif 

Glen Ellyn, 111 

Glens Falls, N. Y 

Glenvlew, 111 

Gloucester, Mass 

Gloucester City, N. J... 
Gloversville, N. Y 

Goldsboro, N. C 

Goshen, Ind 

Grand Forks, N. Dak 

Grand Island, Nebr 

Grand Junction, Colo..., 

Grand Prairie, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Uich 

Granite City, 111 

Great Bend, Kans 

Great Falls, Jtont 

Greeley, Colo 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro, N. C 

Greensburg, Pa 

Greenville, Miss 

Greenville, N. C 

Greenville, S. C , 

Greenville, Tex 

Greenwood, Miss 

Greenwood, S. C 

Gretna, l£ 

Griffin, Ga 

Grosse Pointe Park, Mich 
Grosse Pointe Woods, 

Mich 

Gulfport, Miss , 

Guthrie, Okla 

Hackensack, N. J 

Haddonfield, N. J 

Hagerstown, Ma 

Hamilton, Ohio 

Hammond, Ind 

Hampton, Va 

Hamtramck, Mich 

Hanford, Calif 

Hannibal, Mo 

Hanover, Pa 

Harlingen, Tex 

Harrisburg, 111 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Harrison, N. J 

Harrisonburg, Va 

Hartford, Conn 

Harvey, 111 

Hastings, Nebr 

Hattiesburg, Miss 

Haverhill , Mass 

Hawthorne, Calif 

Hawthorne , N. J 

Hayward, Calif 

Hazel Park, Mich 

Hazleton, Pa 

Helena, Ark 

Helena, M3nt 

Honpstead, N. Y 

Henderson, Ky 

Henderson, N. C 

Hennosa Beach, Calif... 

Hialeah, Fla 

Hibblng, Minn 

Hickory, N. C 

Highland Park, 111 

Highland Park, Mich 

Highland Park, Tex 

High Point, N. C 

Hobart , Ind 





Sales' 




Establishments 








All 










establishments 


Estab- 
lish- 




With 


Popu- 
lation 


Per 






capita 








Total 










with 




payroll 






Rank 


Ajuoiuit 


payroll 








(Dol- 




($1,000) 


(M,000) 


(Number) 


(Number) 




lars) 


238 


83,370 


78,386 


948 


660 


66,568 


1,260 


547 


39,093 


36,321 


298 


212 


17,415 


2,245 


925 


22,338 


21,270 


192 


144 


10,905 


2,048 


662 


32,287 


31,471 


149 


123 


14,486 


2,229 


923 


22,344 


21,338 


240 


172 


19,581 


1,141 


1,069 


18,037 


13,241 


350 


128 


27,550 


655 


1,215 


10,975 


10,177 


147 


99 


21,662 


507 


867 


23,334 


22,916 


183 


117 


10,571 


2,255 


90 


187,730 


179,200 


1,522 


1,142 


133,911 


1,402 


388 


52,645 


49,835 


450 


290 


23,069 


2,282 


670 


31,360 


30,144 


296 


218 


17,144 


1,858 


1,195 


12,214 


11,186 


145 


103 


10,113 


1,208 


714 


29,364 


27,152 


254 


166 


15,130 


1,941 


85 


193,954 


185,804 


1,205 


859 


95,702 


2,027 


1,164 


14,027 


13,277 


96 


66 


12,149 


1,154 


480 


43,598 


41,186 


380 


274 


19,610 


2,223 


1,174 


13,314 


12,954 


85 


71 


10,057 


1,324 


720 


29,243 


27,439 


356 


234 


25,167 


1,162 


1,228 


9,671 


8,717 


156 


92 


14,357 


674 


678 


31,659 


29,091 


394 


254 


23,634 


1,340 


572 


37,763 


35,165 


363 


233 


21,454 


1,760 


792 


26,441 


25,575 


209 


161 


13,003 


2,033 


437 


46,930 


45,172 


309 


241 


26,336 


1,749 


540 


39,470 


37,891 


347 


277 


22,632 


1,740 


432 


47,158 


45,742 


301 


231 


14,504 


3,251 


719 


29,235 


27,786 


234 


162 


14,594 


2,007 


55 


316,967 


303,099 


2,296 


1,743 


176,515 


1,796 


671 


31,840 


29,192 


400 


248 


29,465 


1,081 


704 


29,726 


29,040 


219 


171 


12,665 


2,347 


251 


79,384 


77,248 


513 


379 


39,214 


2,037 


470 


44,296 


42,564 


336 


254 


20,354 


2,176 


194 


99,796 


94,218 


930 


608 


52,735 


1,892 


103 


167, 564 


160,212 


1,071 


721 


74,389 


2,253 


416 


48,540 


45,588 


352 


228 


16,923 


2,868 


485 


43,219 


40,259 


374 


244 


29,936 


1,444 


717 


29,323 


27,353 


325 


203 


16,724 


1,753 


156 


123,289 


115,185 


1,044 


680 


58,161 


2,120 


797 


26,179 


24,381 


309 


197 


14,727 


1,778 


649 


33,180 


31,562 


287 


193 


18,061 


1,837 


830 


24,913 


22,314 


334 


192 


13,806 


1,805 


979 


20,537 


13,521 


171 


97 


13,813 


1,487 


817 


25,536 


23,583 


290 


192 


13,982 


1,826 


954 


21,310 


20,550 


31 


51 


13,075 


1,630 


1,190 


12,453 


12,303 


88 


70 


10,381 


1,200 


533 


39,783 


37,907 


355 


249 


22,659 


1,756 


1,192 


12,396 


11,230 


171 


105 


10,113 


1,226 


177 


112,003 


109,209 


608 


476 


29,219 


3,833 


1,006 


19,643 


13,101 


133 


113 


10,495 


1,872 


295 


68,113 


64,921 


626 


444 


36,260 


1,878 


190 


100,999 


96,203 


811 


535 


57,951 


1,743 


139 


133,738 


129,082 


857 


643 


87,594 


1,527 


392 


52,075 


49,489 


477 


353 


60,994 


854 


333 


60,721 


57,547 


506 


370 


43,355 


1,401 


709 


29,495 


28,064 


244 


170 


10,028 


2,941 


823 


25,037 


(D) 


357 


251 


20,444 


1,225 


500 


42,482 


40,332 


378 


258 


14,043 


3,024 


513 


40,996 


33,386 


379 


273 


23,229 


1,765 


1,110 


16,377 


15,585 


136 


140 


10,999 


1,489 


93 


132, L25 


174,405 


1,366 


970 


89,544 


2,034 


1,042 


18,862 


16,918 


240 


136 


13,490 


1,398 


713 


29,397 


28,399 


200 


156 


10,810 


2,719 


53 


325,052 


310,838 


2,345 


1,663 


177, 397 


1,832 


652 


33,091 


31,035 


274 


186 


20,683 


1,600 


617 


34,794 


33,596 


299 


233 


20,211 


1,722 


497 


42,729 


39,929 


408 


276 


29,474 


1,450 


384 


53,011 


49,929 


598 


424 


47,280 


1,121 


553 


38,725 


37,377 


236 


176 


21,098 


1,835 


1,172 


13,615 


12,049 


157 


81 


14,816 


919 


309 


64,517 


61,021 


466 


334 


24,292 


2,656 


1,016 


19,407 


18,253 


177 


131 


17,770 


1,092 


469 


44,345 


41,029 


572 


320 


35,491 


1,249 


1,038 


17,291 


15,989 


138 


122 


11,236 


1,539 


716 


29,333 


23,097 


267 


213 


17,531 


1,668 


112 


162,039 


153,113 


751 


579 


29,135 


5,562 


766 


27,090 


25,558 


285 


203 


16,837 


1,609 


958 


21,146 


19,390 


231 


159 


10,996 


1,923 


803 


25,942 


25,130 


196 


136 


14,004 


1,852 


796 


26,179 


24,671 


287 


175 


19,676 


1,331 


805 


25,913 


24,401 


227 


155 


16,276 


1,592 


603 


35,991 


33,735 


331 


215 


14,755 


2,439 


613 


34,936 


34,196 


165 


131 


16,308 


2,079 


191 


100,635 


98,565 


417 


315 


46,393 


2,169 


1,158 


U,099 


13,851 


80 


62 


11,405 


1,236 


345 


59,484 


54,410 


639 


405 


39,973 


1,488 


1,2U 


11,026 


10,468 


107 


35 


10,244 


1,076 



See footncrtes at end of table. 



1-108 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IP. RETAIL TRADE: IQU-CITIES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES— Continued 
Sales, EstablislMnents, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



city 



AH 
establishjnents 



Aioaunt 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950^ 



Per 

capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



City 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
iilth 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



»lth 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950^ 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



Hobbs, N. liez 

Hoboken, N. J 

Holland, mch 

Hollywood, Fla 

Uolyoke, Uass 

Homestead, Pa 

Homewood, Ala 

Hanewood, 111 

Hopewell, Ve 

Hopldnsville, J^ 

Hoqulam, Hash 

Homell, N. Y 

Hot Springs, Ark 

HoujDa, I^ 

Houston, Tex 

Bjdson, N. Y 

Huntington, Ind 

Huntington, W. Va 

amtington Park, Calif 
Huntsville, Ala 

I^iron, S. Dak 

Hutchinson, IfnnR 

Hyattsville, Ud 

Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Independence, Kans .... 

Independence, Uo 

Indiana, Pa. 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Inglewood, Calif 

Inkster, ULch 

Icwa City, Iowa 

Ironton, Ohio 

Ironwood, IHch 

Irvlngton, N, J 

Ithaca, N. Y 

Jackson, Uich 

Jackson, Uiss 

Jackson, Tenn 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Jacksonville, 111 

Jamestown, N. Y 

Jfijnestcwn, N. Dak 

Janesville, Wis 

Jeannette, Pa 

Jefferson City, Uo 

Jeffersonvllle, Ind,,.. 
Jennings , La........... 

Jennings, Ud 

Jersey City, N. J 

Johnson City, N. Y 

Johnson City, Tenn 

Johnstcwn, N. Y 

Johnstown, Pa 

JoUet, 111 

Jonesboro, Ark 

Joplln, Vo 

Junction City, Kans. . . , 

Kalamazoo, Uich 

Kankakee, 111 

Kansas City, Kans 

Kansas City, Uo 

Kearney, Nebr 

Keamy, N. J 

Keene, N. H 

Kenmore, N. Y 

Kennewick, Wash 

Kenosha, Wis 

Kent, Ohio 

Keokuk, Iowa 

Kewanee, 111 

Key West, Fla 

Kingsport, Tenn 

Kingston, N. Y 

Kingston, Pa 

Kingsville, Tex 

Kinston, N. C 

Klrksvllle, Uo 

Klrkwood, tk> 

Klamath Falls, Oreg... 
Knoxville, Tenn 

Kokcoio, Ind 

Lackawanna, N. Y 

l^conia, N. H 

La Crosse, Wis 

lAf ayette, Ind 



570 
423 
628 
496 
279 

667 
1,236 
1,208 
1,079 

695 

1,239 

922 

439 

725 

12 

905 
826 
165 
202 
376 

927 
323 
574 
428 
1,094 

379 
724 
21 
155 
1,098 

539 
778 
1,059 
271 
424 

208 
126 
460 
45 
601 

312 
956 
478 
937 
561 

749 

1,166 

1,184 

62 

1,014 

459 
1,151 
195 
164 
750 

317 
873 
147 
314 
118 

17 
904 
690 
838 
415 

809 
263 
943 
1,015 
783 

781 
XI 
386 
677 
861 

557 

1,054 

736 

451 

73 

358 
661 
891 
273 
322 



37,816 
47,950 
34,347 
42,785 
71,952 

32,074 
8,730 
U,336 
17,609 
30,318 

8,658 

22,357 

46,672 

29,104 

1.052,972 

22,764 
25,139 
118,977 
97,381 
53,696 

22,255 
62,157 
37,700 
47,526 
16,914 

53,369 

29,142 

770,509 

123,565 

16,838 

39,484 
26,826 
18,346 
74,306 
47,843 

96,685 
142,817 

45,456 
374,854 

36,075 

64,013 
21,195 
43,733 
21,924 
38,376 

27,948 
13,862 
12,901 
263,342 
19,420 

45,498 
14,605 
99,431 
U9,086 
27,925 

63,098 
23,600 

129,370 
63,622 

150,967 

834,685 
22,791 
30,721 
24,753 
48,544 

25,858 
75,333 
21,856 
19,411 
26,648 

26,742 
60,308 
52,912 
31,697 
24,021 

38,643 
18,572 
28,546 
46,006 
225,480 

57,698 
32,377 
23,130 
74,152 
62,272 



37,358 
42,234 
32,711 
39,565 
67,884 

31,184 
8,580 
10,394 
17,063 
28,928 

7,960 

21,163 

43,470 

26,614 

1.006,558 

20,548 
24,145 
112,797 
93,377 
50,778 

21,379 
59,649 
36,914 
46,330 
15,764 

49,091 
27,774 
753,577 
117,223 
16,016 

38,196 
25,938 
17,112 
68,380 
46,077 

93,315 
137,315 

42,914 
354,490 

34,643 

60,049 
20,205 
41,181 
20,224 
36,964 

26,524 
13,132 
11,881 
233,710 
18,106 

42,022 
13,009 
95,193 
11,558 
26,081 

58,950 
22,828 

126,230 
60,582 

141,379 

799,829 
21,473 
27,893 
23,735 
46,564 

25,108 
69,951 
20,958 
18,033 
25,612 

24,002 
57,554 
47,732 
27,983 
23,061 

36,795 
16,344 
26,738 
43,416 
215,030 

55,620 
29,101 
22,206 
69,884 
61,550 



222 
741 
298 
449 
680 

254 
77 
93 
146 
276 

137 
231 
649 
310 
7,491 

272 
243 
1,070 
603 
462 

228 
549 
161 
333 
219 

485 
271 
4,632 
777 
150 

316 
255 
201 
784 
409 

745 
1,054 

474 
2,677 

311 

642 
152 
426 
261 
369 

230 

W7 

115 

3,478 

242 

413 
169 
603 
917 
301 

668 
216 
883 
497 
1,398 

5,129 
231 
323 
249 
300 

162 
833 
167 
246 
268 

317 
396 
551 
397 
226 

325 
265 
245 
369 
1,740 

493 
327 
227 
792 
459 



202 
473 
21B 
287 
492 



65 
116 
206 

93 

175 

435 

190 

4,949 

164 
201 
724 
417 
326 

182 
405 
131 
267 
161 

269 

163 

3,626 

537 

U4 

252 
201 
137 
460 
309 

619 
774 
340 
1,753 
241 

480 
122 
312 
159 
277 



73 

2,132 

174 

259 
109 
535 
617 
193 

434 
172 
705 
343 
898 

3,463 
165 
199 
183 
220 

132 
569 
127 
176 
200 

217 
252 
331 
1A5 
158 

219 
177 
149 
261 
1,170 

375 
199 
169 
568 
375 



13,875 
50,676 
15,858 
14,351 
54,661 

10,046 
12,866 
10,613 
10,219 
12,526 

11,123 
15,049 
29,307 
11,505 
596,163 

11,629 
15,079 
86,353 
29,450 
16,437 

12,768 
33,575 
12,308 
19,216 
11,335 

36,963 
11,743 
427,173 
50,346 
16,728 

27,212 
16,333 
11,466 
59,201 
29,257 

51,088 
98,271 
30,207 
204,517 
20,387 

43,354 
10,697 
24,899 
16,172 
25,099 

14,685 
10,673 
15,282 
299,017 
19,249 

27,664 
10,923 
63,232 
51,601 
16,310 

38,711 
13,462 
57,704 
25,856 
129,553 

456,622 
12, U5 
39,952 
15,638 
20,066 

10,106 
54,368 
12,418 
16,144 
16,821 

26,433 
19,571 
28,817 
21,096 
16,898 

18,336 
11,110 
18,640 
15,875 
124,769 

38,672 
27,658 
14,745 
47,535 
35,568 



2,725 
946 

2,166 
961 
316 

193 
679 
068 
723 
420 

778 
486 
593 
530 
766 

958 
667 
378 
X7 
267 

740 
851 
063 
473 
492 

444 
482 
604 
454 
007 

451 
642 
600 
255 
635 

693 
453 
505 
833 
770 

477 
961 
756 
356 
529 

903 
301 
844 
881 
009 

633 
337 
572 
308 
712 

630 
753 
242 

,461 
165 

,626 
,881 
769 
583 
419 

559 
386 
760 
202 
584 

012 
081 
636 
503 
422 

107 
672 
531 
698 
807 

492 
171 
569 
560 
751 



Lafayette, la 

Ifl GrBnge , Ge 

La Grange, 111 

Lake Charles , La 

Lakeland, Fla 

lakewood, Ohio 

Lake Worth, Fla 

la Mesa, Calif 

lamesa, Tex 

Lancaster, Ohio 

lancaster. Pa 

Lansdowne, Pa 

Lansing, 111 

Lansing, Mich 

iM Porte, Ind 

Laramie, wyo 

Laredo, Tex 

La Salle, 111 

Las Cruces, N. Uex 

Las Vegas, Nev 

latrobe. Pa 

laurel, Uiss 

Lawrence, Kans 

Lawrence, Uass 

lawton, Okla 

Leavenworth, Kans 

Lebanon, Pa 

Leominster, Mass 

Lewiston, Idaho 

lewlston, Maine 

Lewistown, Pa 

Lexington, Ky 

Lexington, N. C 

Lima, Ohio.. 

Lincoln, 111 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Lincoln Park, Mich 

Linden, N. J 

Little Rock, Ark 

Livonia, Mich . . . . 

Lock Haven, Pa 

Lockport, N. Y 

Lodi, Calif 

Lodi, N. J 

Logan, Utah 

Logansport, Ind 

Lombard, 111 

Long Beach, Calif 

Long Beach, N. Y 

Long Branch, N. J 

Longview, Tex , 

Longview, Wash 

Lorain, Ohio 

Los Angeles, Calif.... 
Louisville, I^ 

Lowell, Mass 

Lubbock, Tex 

Lufkin, Tex 

lynbrook, N. Y 

lynchbxirg, Va 

lynn, Uass 

lynwood, Calif 

UcAlester, Okla 

McAllen, Tex 

McComb, Uiss 

UiKeesport, Pa 

UcKees Rocks, Pa 

M::Klnney, Tex 

Uaccnb, 111 

Uacon, Ga 

Madera, Calif 

Uadlson, Ind 

Uadlson, N. J 

Madison, Wis 

MadiBonvllle, Ky 

Mahanoy City, Pa 

Maiden, Uass 

Uamaroneck, N. Y 

Uanchester, N. H 

Uuihatten, Kans 

Uonhattan Beach, Calif 

Uanitowoc, Wis 

Uankato, Minn 

Mansfield, Ohio 

Uaple Heights, Ohio... 



425 

860 
464 
255 
332 

276 

1,11B 
842 
983 
504 

161 

1,211 

1,191 

84 

523 

929 
440 
712 
789 
181 

973 
657 
669 
209 
313 

800 
401 
780 
520 
385 

763 
169 
870 
230 
989 

125 
433 

477 
104 
970 

965 
483 
676 
1,140 
890 

618 
1,193 
36 
773 
673 

422 

615 

264 

3 

31 

187 
113 
788 
5U 
285 

171 
527 
869 
591 
1,041 

258 
847 
1,082 
755 
163 

782 
941 
1,153 
100 
992 

1,224 
292 
964 
164 
699 

1,040 
528 
453 
217 

1,L21 



47,630 
24,043 
43,235 
78,671 
60,966 

73,706 
16,008 
24,571 
20,474 
41,661 

120,518 
11,132 
12,4U 

195,657 
40,146 

22,166 
46,652 
29,426 
26,565 
107,016 

20,668 
32,582 
31,958 
95,798 
63,733 

26,148 
50,175 
26,769 
40,392 
52,921 

27,302 
118,793 
23,655 
87,153 
20,231 

143,346 
47,155 
43,834 

167,295 
20,807 

20,918 
43,354 
31,703 
15,217 
23,173 

34,710 
12,305 
471,052 
26,948 
31,825 

48,064 
34,891 
70,442 
3,247,007 
556,016 

103,723 
159,588 
26,578 
40,947 
70,071 

116,239 
39,959 
23,695 
36,660 
18,873 

78,196 
24,363 
17,533 
27,686 
119,160 

26,725 
21,866 
14,447 
169,730 
20,024 

9,658 
69,131 
20,957 
105,973 
30,150 

18,967 
39,946 
45,935 
91,699 
15,844 



43,916 
20,955 
42,371 
74,649 
56,662 

71,144 
14,470 
23,295 
19,152 
39,865 

114,874 
10,350 
U,049 

191,047 
38,938 

21,512 
44,252 
27,572 
24,861 
104,704 

19,288 
30,714 
30,760 
86,916 
60,239 

24,944 
46,471 
25,105 
38,752 
49,849 

25,766 
114,111 
20,991 
84,065 
19,133 

137,846 
45,513 
39,750 

158,769 
19,827 

19,922 
40,622 
28,711 
11,707 
22,227 

33,660 
U,497 
450,982 
25,654 
26,601 

45,200 
33,595 
66,622 
3,059,021 
534,854 

97,163 
149,706 
23,760 
38,979 
67,907 

107,587 
37,641 
21,699 
35,738 
17,621 

73,132 
22,915 
15,319 
26,924 
114,440 

22,857 
21,066 
13,659 
163,516 
18,688 

8,252 
65,447 
19,443 
99,775 
29, 332 

17,909 
36,330 
44,019 
67, 163 
14,712 



534 
355 
200 
599 
564 

515 
250 
182 
191 
377 

1,026 
96 

133 
1,094 

311 

203 
467 
260 
264 
558 

213 
322 
307 
1,194 
533 

296 
562 
299 
283 
596 

304 
982 
321 
736 
217 

1,007 
301 

420 

1,404 

165 

205 
398 
353 
247 

205 

354 
96 
3,200 
291 
392 

461 

271 

697 

23,955 

4,113 

1,077 

1,138 

303 

288 

538 

1,182 
315 
284 
XI 
205 

709 
283 
220 
184 
1,015 

268 
195 
119 
1,256 
207 

204 
627 
221 
1,067 
257 

172 

472 
317 
740 
145 



318 

187 
158 
403 
352 

381 
148 
128 
139 
277 

702 
52 
83 
900 
249 

167 
309 
166 
174 
440 

150 
226 
247 
740 
363 

210 
348 
209 
215 
406 

202 
748 
171 
536 
163 

757 
229 
262 

914 
125 

139 
294 
229 
103 
163 



2,318 
229 
248 

313 

201 

507 

15,561 

3,013 

719 
738 
177 
220 
414 

786 
201 
172 
237 
137 

475 
195 
142 
144 
709 

170 
155 
89 
968 
U7 



415 
159 
741 
211 

118 
328 
247 
520 



33,541 
25,025 
13,026 
41,272 
X,851 

66,071 
U,777 
16,249 
10,704 
24,180 

63,774 
12,169 
12,288 
92,129 
20,414 

15,581 
51,910 
12,083 
12,325 
24,624 

11,811 
25,038 
23,351 
80,536 
34,757 

20,579 
28,156 
24,075 
12,985 
40,974 

13,894 
55,534 
13,571 
50,246 
14,362 

98,884 
29,310 
30,644 
102,213 
17,534 

11,381 
25,133 
16,623 
15,392 
16,832 

21,031 
14,043 
250,767 
15,586 
23,090 

24,502 

20,339 

51,202 

2,104,663 

369,129 

97,249 

71,747 
15,135 
17,314 
47,727 

99,738 
28,124 
17,878 
20,067 
10,401 

51,502 
16,241 
10,560 
10,592 
TO,252 

12,706 
10,405 
10,417 
96,056 
U,132 

10,934 
59,804 
15,016 
82,732 
19,056 

26,315 

27,598 
18,809 
43,564 
15,586 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1-109 

Table IP. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-CITIES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES— Continued 
Sales. Establishments. Population, and Per Capita Sales 



city 



Ifaplercod, liD 

Marietta, Oa 

Marietta, Ohio 

Marinette, tis 

Ibrlon, III 

Marlon, Ind 

Marlon, Ohio 

Mrlboro, Mass 

Ikrtluette, MlOi 

Marshall, Tax 

Marshall t<»ii, Icwa... 

Marahfleld, Wis 

Ihrtljishurg, T. Va... 
Ikrtlna Ferry, Ohio. . 
Martinsville, Va 

Mason City, Io«a 

Massena, N. 1 

Masslllon, Ohio 

Mattoon, 111 

Majwood, Calif 

Ifejwood, 111 

Ifeadvllle, Pa 

Medford, Mass 

Medford, Oreg 

UBlToee, Ifass 

Melrose Park, 111 

Maqihls, Temi 

Manasha, Wis. 

Mmlo Park, Calif 

MESionliiee , Mich. 

Merced, Calif 

Mercedes, Tex 

Meriden, Conn 

Harldian, Miss 

Mesa, Ariz 

Mexico, tb 

Waini, Fls 

Miami, Okla 

Miami Beach, Fla 

Michigan City, Ind... 

Mlddleaboro, Ky 

Middletom, Conn 

MiddletoTO, N. Y 

Middletown, Ohio 

Midland, Mich 

Midland, Tei 

Mldrcst City, Okla... 

Millbrae, Calif 

MillTiUe, N. J 

Mllvaukee, Wis 

Mineola, N. T 

Minneapolis, Minn.... 

IBncFt, N. i:bk 

Mlshavaka, Ind....... 

Mission, Tex 

Missoula, Ifcnt 

Mitchell, S. Dak 

Moberl;, Uo 

Ibblle, Ala 

Madesto, Calif 

MDline, 111 

Monessen, Pa 

■fanaouth. 111 

Monroe, La 

Monroe, Mich 

Monroe, N. C 

Monrovia, Calif 

Montclalr, N. J 

Montebello, Calif 

M:>nterey, Calif 

Monterey Park, Calif. 

Mantgcoery, Ala 

Mooiiiead, Minn 

UDTgBnUjwn, W. Va.... 
Morristoin, N. J 

Msrristovn, Texm 

Msscov, Idaho 

Moultrie, Oa 

Moundsville, W. Va... 
Mount Caimel, Pa 

Mount Clanens, Mich.. 
Mount Pleasant, Mich. 
Mount Rainier, m . . . , 
Mount Vernon, 111 .... 
Mount Vernon, N. Y... 



All 
establishments 



530 
594 
687 
985 
I,U1 

400 
381 
1,122 
931 
715 

577 
896 
921 
1,169 
743 

397 
936 
457 
733 
1,145 

748 
636 
339 
409 
1,001 

862 

30 

1,210 

947 
1,176 

455 
1,246 
372 
389 
621 

1,024 
28 

1,043 
158 
481 

1,135 
538 
584 
356 
629 

318 
1,205 
1,179 

939 
14 

510 

16 

465 

526 

1,196 



818 

961 

92 

1B6 

316 

1,049 

1,003 

283 

490 

1,005 
492 
327 
776 
588 

1,007 
120 
984 
597 
347 

864 
1,111 

963 
1,189 
1,197 

427 
977 
1,251 
761 
213 



Amount 
($1,000) 



39,917 
36,494 
30,819 
20,436 
15,608 

50,596 
53,226 
15,817 
22,138 
29,354 

37,545 
23,066 
22,360 
13,750 
28,135 

51,325 
21,982 
45,767 
28,804 
14,996 

27,956 
34,040 
60,398 
49,424 
19,715 

23,967 
579,226 
11,276 
21,597 
13,165 

45,862 
6,932 
54,330 
52,366 
34,556 

19,242 
620,318 

18,846 
121,640 

43,528 

15,421 
39,653 
36,960 
58,193 
34,274 

63,000 
11,570 
13,101 
21,913 
954,157 

41,117 
849,249 
44,722 
39,959 
12,151 

43,190 
25,528 
21,039 
182,694 
104,263 

63,458 
18,675 
19,686 
69,801 
43,079 

19,654 
43,043 
61,623 
26,929 
36,835 

19,623 
148,250 
20,439 
36,284 
59,254 

23,915 
16,325 
20,977 
12,550 
12,108 

47,557 
20,578 
5,805 
27,414 
93,712 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



39,105 
34,022 
28,977 
18,938 
14,068 

48,658 
51,588 
14,513 
20,976 
27,640 

36,431 
21,410 
20,800 
12,676 
26,963 

49,891 
19,928 
43,489 
27,184 
12,988 

26,500 
31,550 
57, 556 
46,880 
18,671 

22, 575 
561,444 
10,216 
20,135 
11,665 

43,628 
6,560 
50,296 
49,470 
32,842 

18,104 
583,294 

17,530 
U4,712 

41,920 

14,559 
37,803 
34,930 
55,763 
32,750 

(D) 

10,950 

12,397 

19,467 

885,129 

39,791 
813,497 
43,420 
38,105 
11,237 

41,530 
24,598 
19,981 
175,578 
97,397 

60,968 
17,493 
18,904 
66,591 
42,329 

17,846 
41,881 
59,417 
24,071 
35,527 

17,817 
142,670 
19,925 
34,038 
56,456 

22,759 
15,889 
18,545 
11,154 
10,450 

44,687 
19,706 
5,685 
25,708 
87,292 



Establishments 



(Number) 



200 
286 
305 
233 
230 

438 
462 
212 
192 
317 

315 
221 
280 
180 
238 

403 
238 
448- 
283 
189 

202 
347 
450 
385 
190 

182 
4,022 
172 
242 
142 

366 
108 
625 
541 
251 

206 
4,970 

222 
1,312 

381 

170 
341 
375 
434 
254 

387 

71 

98 

259 

8,513 

245 
5,575 
280 
370 
159 

336 
211 
217 
1,381 
795 

527 
236 
189 
651 
291 

198 
282 
435 
283 
350 

202 

1,101 
157 
396 
388 

201 
136 
250 
210 
222 

353 
1S3 
49 

315 
962 



«ith 
payroll 



(Number) 



152 
186 
219 
147 
136 

328 
346 
146 
148 
213 

257 
157 
192 
102 
174 

323 
162 
324 
205 
117 

150 
231 
310 
261 
138 

118 
3,044 
122 
168 
86 

262 
76 
425 
377 
179 

150 
2,990 
146 
934 
X5 

114 
263 
261 
338 
194 

287 
53 
68 

161 
5,257 

193 
3,891 
226 
272 
97 

254 
163 
157 
979 
531 

395 
162 
139 
461 
255 

llfl 
204 
311 
179 
272 

112 
791 
129 
248 
282 

151 
112 
146 
130 
112 

249 
145 
41 
211 
682 



Popu- 
lation 
1950^ 



U,416 
20,687 
16,006 
14,178 
10,459 

30,081 
33,817 
15,756 
17,202 
22,327 

19,821 
12,394 
15,621 
13,220 
17,251 

27,980 
13,137 
29, 594 
17,547 
13,483 

27,473 
13,972 
66,113 \ 
19,050 
26,988 

13,366 
396,000 
12,335 
22,003 
U,151 

17,526 
10,031 
44,088 
41,893 
16,790 

U,623 
249,276 
11,801 
46,282 
28,395 

14,482 
29,711 
22,586 
33,695 
14,285 

21,713 
10,166 
11,207 
16,041 
637,392 

14,331 
521,718 
22,032 
32,913 
10,765 

22,435 
12,123 
13,115 
129,009 
17,339 

37,397 
17,896 
10,193 
33,572 
21,467 

10,140 
23,408 
43,927 
25,593 
19,464 

25,467 
106,525 
14,870 
25,525 
17,124 

13,019 
10,593 
11,639 
1A,772 
14,222 

17,027 
11,393 
10,989 
15,600 
71,899 



Per 
cap! la 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



2,975 
1,764 
1,925 
1,441 
1,492 

1,682 
1,574 
1,004 
1,287 
1,315 

1,894 
1,861 
1,431 
1,040 
1,631 

1,834 
1,673 
1,546 
1,642 
1,112 

1,018 

1,794 

914 

2,594 

731 

1,793 

1,463 

910 

982 

1,181 

2,617 
638 
1,232 
1,250 
2,058 

1,656 
2,488 

1,597 
2,628 

1,533 

1,065 
1,335 
1,636 
1,727 
2,399 

2,901 
1,138 
1,169 
1,366 
1,497 

2,772 
1,628 
2,0M 
1,214 
1,129 

1,921 
2,106 
1,604 
1,416 
5,996 

1,697 
1,044 
1,931 
1,810 
2,007 

1,938 
1,839 
1,403 
1,052 
1,892 

770 
1,392 
1,375 
1,422 
3,460 

1,837 

1,541 

1,802 

850 

851 

2,793 
1,806 
528 
1,757 
1,303 



City 



Mount Vernon, Ohio 

Ktountaln View, Calif... 

Umcle, Ind 

Uinhall, Pa 

lAirfreesboro, Tenn 

Uiscatine, Iowa 

Ujskegon, Uich 

Uiskegon Heights, Mich. 

Ujskogee, Okla 

Nacogdoches, Tex 

Nampa, Idaho 

Nantiicoke, Pa 

Napa, Calif 

Nashua, N. H 

Nashville, Tenn 

Natchez, Miss 

National City, Calif.. 

Naugatuck, Conn 

Neenah, Wis 

New Albany, Ind 

Newark, N. J 

Newark, N. Y 

Newark, Ohio 

New Bedford, Mass 

New Bern, N. C 

New Braunfels, Tex.... 

New Britain, Conn 

New Brunswick, N. J..., 

Newburgh, N. Y 

Newburyport, Mass 

New Castle, Ind 

New Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn 

New Iberia, La 

New Kensington, Pa 

New London, Conn 

New Orleans, lA 

New Philadelphia, Ohio, 

Newport, Ky 

Newport, R. I 

Newport Beach, Calif... 

Newport News, Va 

New Roohelle, N. Y 

Newton, Iowa 

Newton, Kans 

Newton, tfess 

New York, N. Y 

Niagara FaUs, N. Y 

Nlles, Mich 

Nlles, Ohio 

Norfolk, Nebr 

Norfolk, Va 

Noiman, Okla 

Norristown, Pa 

North Adams, Mass 

North Arlington, N. J.. 

North Braddock, Pa 

Northampton, Mass 

North Little Rock, Ark. 
North Miami, Fla 

North Plainfield, N. J. 

North Platte, Nebr 

North Tonawanda, N. Y.. 

Nornalk, Conn 

Norwich, Conn 

Norwood, Ohio 

Nutley, N. J 

Oakland, Calif 

Oak Lawn, 111 

Oak Park, 111 

Ocala, Fla 

Oceanslde, Calif 

Odessa, Tex 

Ogden, Utah 

Ogdensburg, N. Y 

Oil City, Pa 

Oklahcma City, Okla 

Okmulgee, Okla 

Clean, N. Y 

Olympla, Wash 

Omaha, Nebr 

Oneida, N. Y 

Oneonta, N. Y 

Ontario, Calif 

Opelika, Ala 





Sales' 




Establl 


shments 








,U 










establishments 


Estab- 














lish- 
ments 
with 


Total 


With 
payroll 


lallon 
1950^ 


capita 
sales 


Hank 


Amount 


payroll 








(Dol- 




C$1,000) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(Number) 




lars) 


753 


27,621 


26,169 


254 


178 


12,135 


2,267 


691 


30,674 


27,966 


257 


153 


10,072 


3,045 


213 


91,404 


89,054 


732 


594 


58,479 


1,563 


1,243 


7,698 


7,374 


81 


59 


16,437 


468 


811 


25,322 


23,316 


283 


171 


13,052 


1,978 


681 


31,543 


30,329 


299 


233 


19,041 


1,657 


215 


93,199 


89,635 


727 


589 


48,429 


1,924 


981 


20,509 


19,855 


164 


134 


18,828 


1,089 


467 


44,642 


40,374 


594 


360 


37,289 


1,197 


1,010 


19,456 


18,280 


185 


133 


12,327 


1,578 


808 


25,866 


24,500 


239 


159 


16,185 


1,593 


1,071 


17,942 


14,388 


395 


145 


20,160 


890 


519 


40,395 


38,039 


328 


230 


15,290 


2,642 


449 


46, 111 


43,889 


460 


326 


34,669 


1,330 


54 


317,118 


305,146 


2,297 


1,615 


174,307 


1,319 


706 


29,600 


27,742 


298 


202 


22,740 


1,302 


668 


32,060 


30,602 


250 


192 


26,332 


1,195 


1,029 


19,149 


17,741 


224 


144 


17,455 


1,097 


1,048 


18,690 


17,698 


200 


150 


12,437 


1,503 


471 


44,239 


42,099 


405 


305 


29,346 


1,507 


25 


660,971 


610,249 


6,055 


3,707 


438,776 


1,506 


287 


69,872 


68,310 


195 


129 


10,295 


6,737 


364 


56,378 


54,904 


498 


364 


34,275 


1,659 


153 


123,761 


113,149 


1,503 


939 


109,189 


1,133 


728 


28,913 


27,171 


236 


192 


15,812 


1,329 


1,033 


19,040 


17,954 


210 


140 


12,210 


1,559 


222 


90,426 


83,576 


880 


584 


73,726 


1,227 


237 


34,360 


79,370 


750 


508 


33,311 


2,174 


282 


71,223 


64,158 


780 


474 


31,956 


2,229 


1,021 


19,292 


18,070 


222 


164 


14,111 


1,367 


664 


32,237 


30,973 


253 


201 


13,271 


1,764 


303 


65,796 


60,843 


716 


458 


43,334 


1,347 


65 


247,810 


229,602 


2,592 


1,702 


164,443 


1,507 


754 


27,701 


24,215 


356 


202 


16,467 


1,682 


524 


40,105 


33,141 


357 


251 


25,146 


1,595 


338 


60,404 


57,642 


566 


410 


30,551 


1,977 


24 


665,047 


619,611 


6,100 


3,632 


570,445 


1,166 


991 


20,091 


19,361 


213 


169 


12,943 


1,552 


429 


47,470 


45,124 


450 


336 


31,044 


■ 1,529 


579 


37,435 


34,803 


491 


363 


37,564 


997 


978 


20,555 


19,449 


133 


129 


17,307 


1,188 


227 


38,264 


86,760 


614 


518 


42,358 


2,034 


189 


101,271 


95,763 


768 


554 


59,725 


1,696 


365 


23,843 


23,182 


179 


135 


11,723 


2,034 


987 


20,336 


19,462 


191 


149 


11,590 


1,755 


221 


90,500 


36,474 


628 


430 


81,994 


1,104 


1 


9,040,886 


8,341,230 


93,250 


53,842 


7,691.957 


1,146 


143 


128,823 


119,641 


1,217 


363 


90,872 


1,418 


843 


24,499 


23,613 


210 


168 


13,1A5 


1,864 


1,060 


13,333 


16,343 


221 


137 


16,773 


1,093 


753 


27,710 


26,228 


238 


132 


11,335 


2,445 


52 


327,412 


319, 570 


2,337 


1,891 


213,513 


1,533 


834 


24,345 


23,767 


266 


202 


27,006 


920 


305 


65,429 


60,087 


639 


383 


38,126 


1,716 


824 


25,184 


23,412 


286 


202 


21,567 


1,168 


1,217 


10,701 


9,741 


121 


79 


15,970 


670 


1,255 


3,652 


2,512 


92 


38 


14,724 


243 


598 


36,242 


34,206 


325 


237 


29,063 


1,247 


407 


49,456 


45,288 


586 


348 


49,588 


997 


885 


23,260 


22,228 


205 


143 


10,734 


2,167 


1,230 


9,535 


8,935 


114 


86 


12,766 


747 


708 


29, 515 


28,355 


275 


203 


15,433 


1,912 


693 


30,524 


28,602 


282 


192 


24,731 


1,234 


277 


73,252 


68,056 


686 


486 


49,460 


1,481 


419 


48,208 


45,622 


483 


337 


23,429 


2,058 


412 


48,966 


43,386 


410 


308 


35,001 


1,399 


976 


20,629 


18,389 


226 


132 


26,992 


764 


29 


587,183 


546,317 


4,827 


2,979 


384, 575 


1,527 


816 


25,543 


23,589 


204 


124 


13,332 


1,916 


166 


118,961 


116,125 


531 


381 


63,529 


1,373 


653 


32,831 


31,401 


277 


183 


11,741 


2,796 


711 


29,433 


28,041 


258 


212 


18,377 


1,602 


245 


82,381 


78,001 


615 


405 


29,495 


2,793 


239 


83,791 


80,191 


693 


496 


57,112 


1,467 


1,019 


19,360 


17,236 


235 


143 


16,166 


1,198 


823 


25,187 


24.085 


254 


188 


19,531 


1,236 


41 


404,083 


380,346 


3,291 


2,109 


243,504 


1,659 


1,046 


18,834 


17,584 


225 


155 


18,317 


1,028 


599 


36,190 


34,476 


369 


273 


22,884 


1,581 


475 


43,952 


41,262 


395 


265 


15,819 


2,778 


43 


390,447 


375,387 


2,641 


1,397 


251,117 


1,555 


999 


19,733 


18,897 


178 


134 


11,325 


1,747 


742 


28,152 


26,174 


292 


138 


13,564 


2,075 


550 


38,936 


37,322 


324 


250 


34,255 


1,137 


1,090 


17,210 


15,716 


230 


146 


12,295 


1,400 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1_110 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IP. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-CITlES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES— Continued 
Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



city 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



( Number 



Popu- 
lation 
1950^ 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
(*1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Popu- 
lation 
1950^ 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



Opelousas, la 

Orange, Calif 

Orange, N. J 

Orange, Tex 

Orangeburg, S. C 

Orlando, Fla 

Oshkosh, Wis 

Oslialoosa, Iowa 

Ossining, N. Y 

Oswego, N. Y 

Ottawa, 111 

Ottawa, Kans 

Ottunma, Iowa 

Overland, Uo 

Owatonns , Minn 

Owensboro, Ky 

Owosso, Mich 

Oxnard, Calif 

Paducah, Ky 

Painesville, Ohio 

Palestine, Tex 

Palm .Springs, Calif 

Palo Alto, Calif 

Pampa, Tex 

Panama City, Fla 

Paris, Tex 

Parliersburg, W, Va 

Park Forest, 111 

Park Ridge, lU 

Fauna, Ohio 

Persons, Kans 

Pasadena, Calif 

Pasadena, Tex 

Pascagoula, Miss 

Pasco, Vash 

Passaic, N. J 

Peterson, N. J 

Pawtucket, R. I 

Peabody, Uass 

Peekskill, N. Y 

Fekln, 111 

Pendleton, Oreg 

Pensacola, Fla 

Peoria, 111 

Perth Amboy, N. J 

Peru, Ind 

Petaluma, Calif 

Petersburg, Va 

Phenix City, Ala 

Philadelphia, Pa 

FWlllpsburg, N. J 

fftoenix, Ariz 

Phoenixvllle, Pa 

Piedmont, Calif 

Pine Bluff, Ark 

Piqua, Ohio 

Pittsburg, Calif 

Pittsburg, Kans 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Plttsfield, Mess 

Pittston, Pa 

Plalnfield, N. J 

Plalnview, Tex 

Plattsburg, N. Y 

Pleasantville, N. J 

Plymouth, Pa 

PocQtello, Idaho 

Pomona, Calif 

Ponce City, Okie 

Pontiac, Mich 

Poplar Bluff, Ito 

Port Angeles, Wash 

Port Arthur, Tex 

Port Chester, H. Y 

Port Huron, Mich 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oreg 

Portsmouth, N. H 

Portsmouth , C3hlo 

Portsmouth, Va 

Pottstown, Pa 

Pottsvllle, Pa 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y 

Prlchard, Ala 

Princeton, N. J 



772 
1,U9 
450 
6i7 
832 

107 
304 
855 
938 
839 

&41 
1,125 

521 
1,093 
1,095 

357 
650 
468 
325 
592 

1,002 
916 
268 
682 
454 

784 
360 
1,167 
793 
759 

1,032 
69 

507 

1,141 

688 

207 
80 
188 
1,066 
543 

633 
666 
198 
38 
290 

920 

590 

370 

1,198 



990 

1,261 

404 

774 
845 
829 
15 
274 

1,091 
201 
578 
718 

1,056 

1,225 
4B2 
236 
685 
136 

801 
908 
243 
573 
291 

135 
26 
626 
270 
205 

479 
522 
225 
820 
807 



26,955 
14,849 
46, 109 
33,314 
24,883 

165,199 
65,737 
24,263 
21,915 
24,695 

33,688 
15,782 
40,306 
16,954 
16,842 

58,1^2 
33,153 
44,417 
61,865 
36,594 

19,698 
22,455 
74,413 
31,528 
45,872 

26,615 
57,319 
13,882 
26,363 
27,526 

19,087 
240,698 
41,390 
15,181 
30,748 

96,824 
205,179 
102,767 
18,101 
39,308 

34,076 
32,610 
99,032 
188,586 
69,313 

22,379 
36,725 
54,759 

12,101 
2,461,538 

18,078 

315,033 

20,104 

1,797 

49,893 

26,945 
24,457 
24,928 
907,179 
73,892 

17,021 
97,543 
37,507 
29,297 
15,425 

9,861 
43,461 
84,497 
30,8>5 
135,048 

26, UO 
22,732 
32,551 
37,738 
69,300 

135,160 

660,132 

34,422 

74,315 

96,930 

43,714 
40,220 
88,507 
25,444 
25,869 



24,669 
13,869 
42,065 
31,622 
22,315 

156,399 
61,387 
22,777 
20,147 
22,177 

32,356 
15,368 
38,468 
15,894 
15,692 

54,116 
32,013 
42,517 
58,247 
35,326 

18,074 
21,869 
72,435 
29,750 
43,060 

24,787 
55,161 
13,770 
25,639 
25,489 

18,181 
232,688 
39,790 
14,139 
30,022 

87,366 
135,443 
95,461 
16,403 
36,512 

32,172 
31,722 
92,868 

182,858 
63,801 

21,073 

35,043 

53,035 

9,551 

2,238,696 

16,362 

298,815 

18,684 

1,779 

46,472 

25,943 
21,587 
22,942 
856,255 
70,696 

15,125 
93,861 
35,521 

27,205 
17,171 

8,051 

(D) 

80,909 

29,567 

129,876 

24,622 
21,230 
79,305 
34,384 
67,450 

129,206 
617,906 
32,954 
71,461 
94,413 

40,870 
37,894 
82,733 
23,878 
24,827 



304 
171 
500 
305 
289 

1,262 

620 
218 
213 
337 

310 
157 
433 
185 
159 

555 
232 
328 
584 
203 

263 
191 
496 
290 
4.49 

315 
560 
4S 
152 
244 

239 
1,426 
271 
175 
160 

1,146 
2,225 

1,073 
268 

343 

287 
217 
866 
1,471 
732 

241 
245 
473 
222 
25,340 

248 

2,405 

210 

14 

612 

268 
316 
374 
7,298 
607 

278 
631 

300 
309 
192 

191 
382 
595 
310 
885 

290 
239 
698 
449 

487 

954 
5,305 
314 
528 
802 

395 
448 
821 
220 
210 



160 
115 
318 
221 
1B9 

730 
436 
170 
149 
215 

230 
135 
317 
123 
131 

371 
188 
258 
404 
151 

171 
167 
382 
190 
283 

203 
418 
40 
116 
155 

183 

1,026 

211 

121 

132 

694 

1,325 
655 
174 
247 

215 
165 
488 
1,109 
466 

1B5 
179 
361 
98 
14,258 

156 

1,647 

140 

10 

386 

206 
190 
242 
4,668 
433 

168 
447 
204 
211 
132 

95 

284 
427 
218 
645 

208 
161 
512 
309 
387 

704 
3,295 
240 
392 
640 

261 
278 
565 
152 
168 



11,659 

12,463 
38,037 
21,174 
15,322 

52,367 
41,084 
11,124 
16,098 
22,647 

16,957 
10,031 
33,631 
U,566 
10,191 

33,651 
15,948 
26,353 
32,828 
14,432 

12,503 
10, 381 
33,753 
16,583 
25,814 

21,643 
29,684 
19,171 
21,879 
28,897 

14,750 
104,577 
22,483 
10,805 
10,228 

57,702 
139,336 
81,436 
22,645 

17,731 

21,853 
11,774 
43,479 
111,856 
41,330 

13,308 
10,315 
35,054 
23,305 
2,071,605 

18,919 
128,841 
12,932 
10,132 
37,162 

17,447 
12,763 
19,341 
676,806 
53,348 

15,012 
42,366 
14,044 
17,738 
11,938 

13,021 
26,131 
44,669 
20,180 
73,681 

15,064 
11,233 
57,530 
23,970 
35,725 

77,634 
373,628 
18,830 
36,798 
80,039 

22,539 
23,540 
41,023 
19,014 
12,230 



Providence, R. I 

Provo, Utah 

Pueblo, Colo 

Pullman, Wash 

Puyallup, Wash 

Quincy, 111 

(^Incy, Mass 

Racine, Wis 

Rahway, N. J 

Raleigh, N. C 

Rantoul, 111 

Rapid City, S. Dak 

Reading, Pa 

Red Bank, N. J 

Redding, Calif 

Redlands, Calif 

Redondo Beach, Calif 

Red Wing, lUnn 

Redwood City, Calif 

ReidsviUe, N. C 

Reno, Nev 

Rensselaer, N . Y 

Renton, Wash 

Revere, Uass 

Richfield, Minn 

Richmond, Calif 

Richmond, Ind 

Richmond, Ky 

Richmond, Va 

Richmond Heights, Mo.... 

Ridgefield Park, N. J... 

Ridgewood, N. J 

River Forest, 111 

River Rouge, Mich 

Riverside, Calif 

Roanoke, Va 

Robbinsdale, Minn 

Rochester, Minn 

Rochester, N. H 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford, 111 

Rock Hill, S. C 

Rock Island, 111 , 

Rock Springs, Wyo 

Rockvllle Centre, N. Y., 

Rocky Mount, N. C 

Rocky River, Ohio 

Rcme, Ga 

Home, N. Y 

Roselle, N. J 

Roselle Park, N. J 

Roseville, Jflch 

Roswell, U, Mex 

Royal Oak, Mich 

Ruston, La 

Rutherford, N. J 

Rutland, Vt 

Hye, N. Y 

Saco, Maine 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Augustine, Fla 

St. Charles, fcfc) 

St. Clair Shores, Mich. 
St. Cloud, Minn 

St. Joseph, Mich 

St, Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

St. Louis Park, Minn 

St. Paul, Minn 

St . Petersburg, Fla .... 

Salem, Mass 

Salem, Ohio 

Salem, Oreg 

Salina, Kans 

Salinas, Calif 

Salisbury, hU 

Salisbury, N. C 

Salt lake City, Utah... 
San Angelo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

San Benito, Tex 

San Bernardino, Calif.. 

San Bruno, Calif 

San Buenaventura, Calif 



48 

593 

212 

1,226 

1,013 

353 
172 
204 
624 
176 

1,201 
320 
114 
408 
499 

835 
403 

1,085 
343 

1,030 

193 

1,218 

745 

642 

1,028 

220 
302 

1,119 
44 

1,222 

1,248 
472 
866 
911 
197 

146 
1,234 

344 

1,081 

32 

97 
703 
346 
1,126 
380 

441 

1,155 

444 

410 

1,138 

1,206 
882 
421 
223 

1,128 

376 

679 

1,097 

1,241 

47 

121 
942 
339 
694 
458 

993 
216 

11 
975 

39 

82 
321 
822 
229 
352 

324 
406 
498 
57 
253 

33 

1,207 

123 

985 

366 



350,782 
36,551 
94,615 
9,702 
19,424 

58,482 

116,237 

97,015 

34,472 

112,102 

11,683 
62,427 
157,056 
49,447 
42,523 

24,832 
49,905 
17,383 
59,550 
19,135 

99,811 
10,652 
28,094 
33,665 
19,163 

90,839 
55,851 
15,955 
337,702 
10,195 

6,079 
44,099 
23,839 
22,605 
99,109 

130,375 
8,625 
59,518 
17,545 

539,193 

176,247 
29,320 
59,390 
15,758 
53,34S 

45,534 
14,254 
46,379 
49,126 
15,259 

U,479 
23,368 
48,123 
90,269 
15,692 
23,475 
31,647 
16,839 
8,108 
352,409 

147,648 
21,363 
23,188 
X,490 
45,731 

19,795 

92,402 

1,151,2?7 

20,642 

441,032 

199,357 
62,277 
25,427 
87,158 
57,219 

61,960 
49,641 
42,719 
303,383 
79,045 

523,838 
U,414 

144,275 
20,413 
56,702 



323,942 
35,721 
90,247 
9,310 
17,458 

55,988 
111,869 
91,657 
32,412 
107,472 

11,090 
51,233 
144,942 
47,439 
40,694 

23,340 
47,313 
15,953 
57,223 
15,977 

97,037 
9,166 
26,748 
30,511 
18,451 

85,765 
53,451 
14,995 
376,324 
9,499 

4,939 
42,559 
23,485 
20,836 
94,017 

125,561 
8,151 
56,872 
16,531 

509,765 

165,133 
25,634 
56,542 
14,808 
50,810 

43,556 
13,518 
44,135 
43,760 

14, 155 

10, 549 
22,252 
46,125 
86,829 
14,632 

22,147 

30,601 

15,997 

7,236 

333,213 

141,6X 
19,347 
22,012 
28,964 
43,487 

19,064 

86,786 

1,095,359 

19,820 

419,112 

189,361 
59,611 
24, 103 
82,028 
53,799 

58,664 
47,095 
39,953 
293,177 
74,203 

503,222 
10,214 

135,518 
18,914 
54,270 



3,642 

275 

833 

39 

199 

605 
862 
1,021 
265 
314 

90 
370 
1,716 
370 
285 

249 
320 
194 
395 
267 

589 
139 
231 
425 

152 

770 
554 
184 
2,643 
110 

92 
277 

60 
202 
711 

1,043 

82 

449 

200 

4,122 

1,339 
350 
559 
167 
363 

4S4 
138 
486 
492 

157 

112 
175 
411 
547 
154 

197 
254 
149 
124 
2,493 

1,110 
344 
216 
242 
355 

150 

985 

10,309 

160 

3,183 

1,624 
538 
221 
733 
500 

522 

355 

372 

1,998 

771 

5,240 
176 

1,029 
177 
361 



2,088 
223 
603 
65 
125 

462 
635 
763 
175 
532 

78 
310 
1,050 
252 
215 

163 
236 
130 
304 
155 

479 
89 
173 
271 
108 

526 

442 

126 

2,027 

72 

34 
211 

48 
135 
491 

769 
50 
349 
150 
2,792 

979 
206 
427 
129 
274 

312 
98 
340 
330 

101 

76 
133 
287 
417 
106 

137 

204 

111 

72 

1,736 

848 
192 
164 
180 
257 

124 
681 

6,781 
114 

2,153 

1,025 
416 
163 
471 
378 

405 
236 
238' 
1,513 
491 

3,344 
104 
741 
107 
295 



248,674 
28,937 
53,585 
12,022 
10,010 

41,450 
83,835 
71,193 
21,290 
65,679 

21,789 
25,310 
109,320 
12,743 
11,830 

20,022 
35,706 
10,645 
34,325 
11,708 

32,497 
10,355 
16,039 
36,753 
31,756 

99,545 
39,539 
10,268 
230,310 
15,045 

11,993 
17,481 
10,823 
20,549 
56,571 

91,921 
11,289 
29,885 
13,776 
332,438 

105,438 
24,502 
43,710 
10,857 
22,362 

27,597 
11,237 
29,615 
41,682 
17,581 

11,537 
15,816 
25,733 
45,898 
10,372 

17,411 
17,559 
11,721 
10,324 
137, 572 

92,918 
13,555 
14,314 
19,823 
28,410 

10,223 
78,588 

855,796 
35,292 

311,349 

96,738 
41,880 
12,754 
43,140 
25,175 

18,319 
15,141 
20,102 
182,121 
52,093 

408,442 
13,271 
73,827 
15,523 
16,534 



1,411 
1,263 
1,485 
807 
1,940 

1,4U 
1,385 
1,363 
1,619 
1,707 

536 
2,466 

1,437 
3,880 
3,580 

1,240 
1,398 
1,633 
1,735 
1,634 

3,071 
981 

1,752 
916 
603 

913 
1,665 
1,555 
1,683 

678 

507 
2,523 
2,203 
1,100 
1,752 

1,41S 
782 
1,992 
1,274 
1,622 

1,672 
1,217 
1,219 
1,452 
2,386 

1,684 
1,258 
1,566 
1,179 
853 

995 

1,477 
1,870 
1,925 
1,513 

1,348 
1,792 
1,437 
785 
2,562 

1,589 
1,613 
1,620 
1,538 
1,610 

1,936 

1,176 

1,355 

585 

1,417 

2,061 
1,487 
1,994 
2,021 
2,186 

3,382 
3,279 
2,125 
1,666 
1,517 

1,295 
860 
1,954 
1,307 
3,429 



See footnotes at end of table. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

Table IP. RETAIL TRADE; 1954-ClTIES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES— Continued 
Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



1-111 



city 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
(*1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950' 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950' 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



San Carlos, Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

SandusJiy, Ohio 

San Fernando, CallT 

Sanfopd, Fla 

Sanford, N. C 

San Francisco, Calif.... 

San Gabriel, Calif 

San Jose, Calif 

San Leandro, Calif 

San Luis Obispo, Calif.. 

San liarlno, Calif 

San Ifateo, Calif 

San Pablo, Calif 

San Rafael, Calif 

Santa Ana, Calif 

Santa Barbara, Calif 

Santa Clara, Calif 

Santa Cruz, Calif 

Santa Fe, N. Hex 

Santa Uarla, Calif 

Santa Uonlca, Calif 

Santa Paula, Calif 

Santa Rosa, Calif 

Sapulpa, Okla 

Sarasota, Fla 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. 
Sault Ste. Uarie, Itich.. 

Savannah, Ga 

Sayrevllle, N. J 

Scarsdale, N. 1 

Schenectady, N. Y 

Soottsbluff, Nebr 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Sedalla, Uo 

Selma, Ala 

Seminole, Okla 

ShaJcer Heights, Ohio.... 
£2iaiDokln, Pa 

Sharon, Pa 

Shawnee, Okla 

Sheboygan, Wis 

Sheffield, Ala 

Shelby, N. C 

Shelbyvllle, Ind 

Shelton, Conn 

Shenandoah, Pa 

Sierldan, Wyo 

Sheiman, Tex 

Sborewood, Wis 

Shreveport , Id 

Sidney, Ohio 

Sllceston, Ho 

Slouz City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

Skctle, 111 

Snyder, Tex 

Soaervllle, Ifess 

Scmervllle, N. J 

South Bend, Ind 

South Charleston, W. Va. 

South Euclid, Ohio 

South Gate, Calif 

South liHwaukee, Wis 

South Horfolli City, Va.. 

South Orange, N. J 

South Pasadena, Calif... 
South Portland, Ifalne... 
South Blver, N. J 

South St. Paul, lilnn. ... 
South San Francisco, 

Calif 

Spartanburg, S. C 

Spo]£ane, Wash 

Springfield, 111 



Springfield, Uass. 
Springfield, tt>... 
Springfield, Ohio. 
Springfield, Oreg. 
Stamford, Conn. . . . 

State College, Pa. 
Statesrille, N. C. 

Staunton, Va 

Steelton, Pa 

Sterling, 111 



«)5 
443 

1,047 

997 
10 

506 
71 

342 

689 
1,170 

260 
1,187 

430 

170 
235 
1,018 
495 
554 

768 
U7 

1,124 
298 

1,168 

387 
907 
802 
122 
1,252 

850 
115 
659 
127 
18 

665 
648 
1,108 
516 
853 

426 
620 
330 
1,055 
799 

879 

1,231 

1,142 

935 

646 

1,162 
81 
968 
957 
134 

234 
635 
969 
262 
701 

89 
897 
915 
299 

1,152 

1,089 

846 

980 

1,178 

1,075 

787 

1,101 

280 

60 

116 

63 
183 
173 
1,U7 
149 

1,057 
848 
739 

1,240 
779 



23,612 
524,870 
49,739 
46,397 
18,693 

19,841 

1,172,221 

41,578 

228,078 

59,854 

30,732 
13,734 
76,210 
12,778 
47,452 

116,678 
84,927 
19,366 
42,846 
38,722 

27,072 
151,946 
15,789 
67,749 
p,770 

52,728 

22,739 

25,955 

146,146 

5,607 

24,355 
156,952 

32,518 
142,416 
827,201 

32,110 
33,270 
16,431 
40,500 
24,301 

47,585 
34,569 
61,147 
18,527 
26,159 

23,426 
9,497 
15,115 
21,983 
33,376 

14,062 
203,719 
20,843 
21,190 
136,544 

85,620 
34,061 
20,819 
75,784 
30,038 

187,770 
23,064 
22,495 
66,764 
14,560 

17,237 
24,449 
20,514 
13,107 
17,815 

26,578 

16,708 

71,902 

273,243 

155,782 

252,751 
106,222 
115,984 
16,036 
127,546 

18,388 
24,373 
28,350 
8,213 
26,824 



21,314 
501,264 
46,131 
43,977 
16,797 

18,701 

1,089,159 

37,928 

213,846 

54,066 

29,016 
13,350 
73,048 
11,238 
45,422 

111,948 
80,493 
17,046 
40,300 
36,400 

24,642 
144,950 
14,555 
62,921 
12,556 

49,894 
21,369 
25,169 
138,068 
4,149 

23,675 
144,674 

31,216 
130,692 
779,481 

30,462 
31,718 
15,397 
39,756 
21,977 

45,805 
30,957 
56,641 
17,337 
24,023 

22,738 
8,385 
13,397 
21,201 
31,712 

13,636 

195,107 

19,687 

20,154 

131,562 

82,938 
32,851 
19,881 
68,950 
28,074 

180,552 
22,392 
21,689 
63,116 
12,534 

16,803 
23,915 
19,642 
12,133 
15,797 

24,946 

U,972 
67,648 
259,387 
149,878 

241,829 
98,124 

111,976 
14,484 

119,304 

17,944 
21,709 
27,262 
6,971 
25,764 



2W 
3,829 
448 
353 
231 

207 

10,045 

334 

1,748 

577 

290 
106 
587 
194 
312 

805 
776 
260 
492 
392 

240 
1,069 
161 
527 
187 

523 
311 
200 
1,391 
102 

149 
1,483 

273 
1,706 
6,381 

341 
326 
187 
176 
398 

365 
378 
643 
181 
271 

193 
144 
276 
208 
302 

100 

1,614 

199 

207 

1,014 

676 
216 
180 
865 
255 

1,374 
197 
153 
505 
174 

135 
121 
Ul 
152 
203 

178 

168 

620 

2,019 

1,211 

1,897 

1,149 

964 

179 

1,087 

146 
316 
251 
130 
217 



148 
2,865 
300 
231 
123 

U7 
6,459 

188 
1,146 

343 

224 
86 

431 
96 

236 

569 
564 
146 
338 
268 

170 
763 
111 
X3 
133 

339 
221 
166 
921 

44 

127 
947 
207 
992 
4,101 

251 
226 
125 
138 
248 

283 
224 
423 
131 
163 

151 
82 
136 
160 
213 

82 
1,130 
149 
155 
772 

514 
162 
134 
529 
171 

1,066 

151 
99 

341 
96 

95 
93 

111 
100 
107 

lis 

122 

412 

1,355 

913 

1,341 
717 
730 
109 
749 

116 
186 
197 
76 
167 



16,881 
434,924 
29,375 
14,299 
11,935 

10,013 
775,357 

20,343 
102,148 

32,729 

16,001 
12,924 
52,309 
14,476 
15,255 

52,355 
44,913 
14,178 
21,970 
27,998 

13,117 
75,132 
11,049 
17,902 
13,031 

18,896 
15,473 
17,912 
119,638 
10,338 

13,156 
91,785 
12,858 
125,536 
467,591 

20,354 
22,840 
11,863 
28,222 
16,879 

26,454 
22,948 
42,365 
10,767 
15,508 

U,734 
12,694 
15,704 
11,500 
20,150 

16,199 
127,206 
11,491 
11,640 
83,991 

52,696 
23,704 
12,010 
102,351 
11,571 

115,911 
16,686 
15,432 
51,293 
12,855 

10,434 
15,230 
18,025 
21,866 
U,308 

15,909 

29,115 

36,795 

161,721 

81,628 

162,399 
66,731 
78,508 
10,807 
74,293 

17,227 
16,901 
19,927 
12,574 
12,817 



1,399 
1,207 
1,693 
3,245 
1,566 

1,932 
1,512 

2,044 
2,233 
1,829 

1,921 
1,063 
1,457 
883 
3,110 

2,229 
1,891 
1,366 
1,950 
1,383 

2,064 
2,022 
1,429 
3,784 
1,057 

2,790 

1,470 

1,449 

1,222 

542 

1,851 
1,710 
2,529 
1,134 
1,769 

1,578 
1,457 
1,385 
1,435 
1,440 

1,799 
1,506 
1,443 
1,721 
1,687 

1,996 

748 

962 

1,912 

1,656 

868 
1,601 
1,814 
1,820 
1,626 

1,625 
1,437 
1,733 
740 
2,596 

1,620 
1,382 
1,458 
1,302 
1,133 

1,652 
1,605 
1,138 
599 
1,575 

1,671 

574 
1,954 
1,690 
1,908 

1,556 
1,592 

1,477 
1,484 
1,717 

1,067 
1,442 
1,423 
653 
2,093 



Steubenville, Ohio 

Stevens Point, Wis 

Stillwater, Okla 

Stockton, Calif 

Streator, 111 

Struthers, Ohio 

Suffolk, Va 

Summit, N. J 

Sumter, S. C 

Sunbuiy, Pa 

Sunnyvale, Calif 

Superior, Wis 

Sweetwater, Tex 

Siflssvale, Pa 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Takcxna Park, Ud 

Talladega, Ala 

Tallahassee, Fla 

Tamaqua, Pa 

Tampa, Fla 

Taunton, Uass 

Temple, Tex 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Terrell, Tex 

Texarkana, Ark 

Texarkana, Tex 

Texas City, Tex 

Thcciasville, Ga 

Thonasvllle, N. C 

Tiffin, Ohio 

Toledo, Ohio 

Tonawanda, N. Y 

Topeka, Kans 

Torrance, Calif 

Torrlngton, Conn 

Traverse City, Mich 

Trenton, N. J 

Trinidad, Colo 

Troy, N. Y 

Troy, Ohio 

Tucson, Ariz 

Tulare, Calif 

T\ilsa, Okla 

Tupelo, Miss 

Turtle Creek, Pa 

Tuscaloosa, Ala 

Twin Falls, Idaho 

Two Rivers, Wis 

Tyler, Tex 

Union City, N. J 

Unlontown, Pa 

University City, Ifo 

University Heights, Ohio 
University Park, Tex 

Upland, Calif 

Urbana, 111 

Utica, N. Y 

Valdosta, Ga 

Vallejo, Calif 

Valley Stream, N. Y 

Valparaiso, Ind 

Vancouver, Wash 

Van Wert, Ohio 

Vernon, Tex 

Vepona, N. J 

VIcksburg, Miss 

Victoria, Tex 

Villa Park, 111 

Vlncennes, Ind 

Virginia, Minn 

Visalla, Calif 

Wabash, Ind 

Waco, Tex 

Walla Walla, Wash 

Walllngford, Conn 

Waltham, Uass 

Warren, Ohio 

Warren, Pa 

Warwick, R. I 

Warwick City, Va 

Washington, D. C 

Washington, Ind 

Washington, Ohio 

Washington, Pa 



272 
910 
944 
109 

737 

1,165 
760 
729 
637 
767 

1,058 

560 

1,017 

1,220 

49 

76 
1,129 

1,123 

368 

1,177 

58 

503 

494 

178 

1,147 

723 
632 
893 
878 
1,137 

746 
38 
630 

140 
536 

563 
535 
68 
1,173 
196 

952 
99 

734 
51 

735 

1,109 
396 
508 

1,186 
267 
264 
383 
684 

1,237 
810 

1,182 

1,051 

138 

602 

348 

435 
892 
434 
1,035 
948 

1,175 
609 
382 

1,227 
643 

841 
542 
1,025 
143 
474 

982 
294 
219 
569 
6U 



1,099 
777 
375 



74,258 
22,660 
21,826 
163,623 
28,484 

13,955 
27,428 
28,967 
34,019 
27,086 

18,363 
38,410 
19,385 
10,262 
339,283 

219,943 
15,683 
15,797 
55,663 
13,162 

290,650 
41,962 
42,900 

no, 259 
14,912 

29,186 
34,133 
23,038 
23,442 
15,262 

28,087 
442,046 

34,259 
U3,193 

39,747 

38,081 
39,771 
244,564 
13,520 
99,222 

21,400 
169,992 

28,607 
331,021 

28,549 

16,396 
51,749 
41,203 
12,784 
74,433 

74,822 
53,024 
31,009 
8,725 
25,835 

12,955 
18,648 
134,118 
36,066 
59,223 

47,009 
23,128 
47,064 
19,029 
21,582 

13,225 
35,188 
53,169 
9,689 
33,662 

24,573 
39,315 
19,230 
131,173 
43,973 

20,502 
68,184 
91,155 
37,915 
35,080 

24,220 
1,212,450 
16,823 
26,878 
54,089 



71,752 
21,040 
20,406 
151,111 
(D) 

13,427 
25,590 
27, 577 
31,215 
25,332 

16,917 

34,914 

18,003 

9,718 

321,753 

205,233 
15,265 
14,233 
52,401 
11,978 

270,768 
38,498 
40,630 

105,927 
14,158 

27,202 
31,897 
22,272 
22,384 
13,594 

26,483 
422,680 

32,769 
126,805 

36,855 

34,865 
38,321 
222,346 
12,416 
89,558 

20,738 
164,074 

26,317 
313,477 

26,789 

15,538 
48,893 
39,229 
U,362 
68,853 

66,716 
50,434 
26,961 
8,481 
25,149 

11,975 
17,966 
122,876 
X,170 
55,159 

44,115 
22,002 
43,592 
18,195 
19,960 

12,483 
32,306 
51,591 
9,127 
32,362 

23,073 
36,509 
18,504 
124,943 
42,591 

18,872 
65,402 
86,181 
36,451 
31,180 

22,936 
1,176,800 
16,189 
25,986 
51,755 



509 
318 
239 
1,477 
298 

116 
293 
249 
378 
277 

170 
506 
205 
115 
2,632 

1,892 

74 

214 

490 

187 

2,948 
470 
404 
952 

152 

337 
336 
230 
249 
198 

273 
3,558 

320 
1,150 

312 

451 
295 

2,509 
219 

1,079 

174 
1,235 

265 
2,591 

239 

169 
533 
306 
194 
640 

987 
508 
333 
59 
194 

105 
185 
1,424 
361 
535 

413 
198 
482 
193 
257 

115 
375 
384 
75 
337 

231 
368 
177 
1,187 
357 

219 
484 
731 
236 
491 

284 
6,734 
185 
192 
518 



393 
206 
173 
953 
224 

88 
189 
195 
236 
193 

108 
336 

141 

81 

1,800 

1,186 

56 

132 

312 

99 

1,704 
312 
308 

704 
108 

223 
268 

172 
173 
118 

203 
2,622 

240 
310 
214 

299 
227 
1,491 
141 
639 

138 
963 
175 
1,691 
169 

U7 
365 
228 
116 
428 

621 
336 
173 
39 
146 

67 
Ul 
894 
255 
409 

314 
150 
292 
143 
169 

71 
255 
302 

59 
253 

173 
244 
143 
807 
267 

137 
372 
507 
172 
261 

198 
5,188 
151 
138 
372 



35,872 
16,564 
20,238 
70,853 
16,469 

11,941 
12,339 
17,929 
20,185 
15,570 

15,573 
35,325 
13,619 
16,488 
220,583 

143,673 
13,341 
13,134 
27,237 
11,508 

124,681 
40,109 
25,467 
64,214 
11,544 

15,875 
24,753 
16,620 
14,424 
11,154 

18,952 
303,616 
14,617 
78,791 
44,914 

27,820 
16,974 
128,009 
12,204 
72,311 

10,661 
48,774 
12,445 
182,740 
11,527 

12,363 
46,396 
17,600 
10,243 
38,968 

55,537 
20,471 
39,892 
11,566 
24,275 

11,104 
22, 8X 
101,531 
20,046 
34,913 

26,854 
12,028 
41,664 
10,364 
12,651 

10,921 
27,948 
16,126 
12, U5 
18,831 

12,486 
13,224 
10,621 
34,706 
24,102 

11,994 
47,187 
49,856 
14,849 
43,028 

39,875 
802,178 
10,987 
10,560 
26,280 



2,070 
1,368 
1,078 
2,309 
1,730 

1,169 
2,223 
1,616 
1,685 
1,740 

1,179 
1,087 
1,423 
622 
1,538 

1,531 
1,176 
1,203 
2,044 
1,144 

2,331 
1,046 
1,685 
1,717 
1,292 

1,838 
1,379 
1,386 
1,625 
1,368 

1,482 
1,456 
2,344 
1,690 
385 

1,369 
2,343 
1,911 
1,108 
1,372 

2,007 
3,485 
2,299 

1,811 
2,477 

1,326 
1,U5 
2,341 
1,248 
1,910 

1,347 

2,590 

777 

754 

1,064 

1,167 
817 
1,321 
1,799 
1,696 

1,751 
1,923 
1,130 
1,836 
1,706 

1,211 
1,259 
3,297 
798 
1,788 

1,968 
2,951 
1,8U 
1,549 
1,824 

1,709 
1,445 
1,828 
2,553 
815 

607 
1,5U 
1,531 
2,545 
2,058 



See footnotes at end of tahle. 



1-112 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IP. RETAIL TRADE: 1954-ClTIES WITH 10,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE RANKED BY VOLUME 

OF SALES— Continued 
Sales, Establishments, Population, and Per Capita Sales 



city 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950^ 



Per 
capitfl 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



City 



All 
establishments 



Amount 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establishments 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 



(Number) 



Popu- 
lation 
1950' 



Per 
capita 
sales 

(Dol- 
lars) 



Watertmry, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Watertown, N. Y 

Watertown, S. DaJt 

Watertown, Wis 

Watervllle, Maine 

Watervllet, N. T 

Watsonvllle, Calif 

Waukegan, 111 

Waukesha, Wis 

Wausau, Wis 

Wauwatosa , Wis 

Waxahachie, Tex 

Waycross, Ga 

Waynesboro, Pa 

Waynesboro, Va 

Webster Groves, iSo 

Welrton, W. Va 

Wenatchee, Wash 

West Allis, Wis 

Westbrook, ifaine 

West Chester, Pa 

West Covins, Calif 

West Frankfort, 111 

Westfield, Mass 

Westfleld, N. J 

West Lafayette, Ind.... 

West Memphis, Ark 

West Mifflin, Pa 

West Monroe, la 

West New York, N. J 

West Orange, N. J 

West Palm Beach, Fla... 
W. University Place, Tex 
Wheaton, 111 



132 
200 
355 
79A 
966 

585 
1,181 
751 
248 
565 

414 
517 

1,105 
707 

1,063 

1,011 
721 
959 
575 
224 

1,139 

551 

1,247 

1,171 

638 

610 
1,183 

913 
1,258 
1,180 

461 

881 

185 

1,260 

1,038 



138,115 
97, 6U 
58,221 
26,317 
20,878 

36,920 
12,992 
27,848 
81,305 
38,036 

48,598 
40,464 
16,612 
29,518 
18,166 

19,440 
29,218 
21,124 
37,682 
89,577 

15,231 
38,804 
6,369 
13,660 
33,838 

35,133 
12,902 
22,567 
2,386 
13,062 

45,375 
23,382 

105,146 
2,130 
18,973 



128,423 
93,999 
55,709 
25,279 
19,864 

34,466 
10,636 
25,870 
77,427 
35,518 

45,638 
39,036 

15,012 
27,782 
17,216 

17,920 
28,282 
20,094 
36,162 
84,971 

14,675 
37,212 
5,697 
12,616 
31,962 

34,279 
12,716 
21,961 
1,924 
11,478 

40,755 

21,188 

100,522 

(D) 

18,543 



.,399 
780 
507 
242 
244 

322 

210 
282 
587 
334 

479 
280 
196 
300 
178 

167 
182 
280 
273 
593 

153 
305 
69 
199 

311 

239 
82 
154 



567 
282 
821 
10 
102 



923 
590 
361 
178 
382 

232 
102 
208 
443 
232 

353 
208 
128 
206 
132 

117 
IZi 
196 
209 
392 

113 
223 
29 
127 
189 

183 
72 

118 
26 

111 

339 
182 
553 



104,477 
65,198 
34,350 
12,699 
12,417 

18,287 
15,197 
11,572 
38,946 
21,233 

30,414 
33,324 
11,204 
18,899 
10,334 

12,357 
23,390 
24,005 
13,072 
42,959 

12,284 
15,168 
21,097 
U,384 
20,962 

21,243 
11,873 
12, U6 
17,935 
10,302 

37,633 
28,605 
43,162 
. 17,074 
16,001 



1,322 

1,497 
1,695 
2,072 
1,681 

2,019 
855 
2,406 
2,088 
1,791 

1,598 

1,214 
1,483 
1,562 
1,758 

1,573 
1,249 
880 
2,883 
2,085 

1,240 
2,558 
302 
1,200 
1,614 

1,654 
1,087 
1,858 
133 
1,268 

1,204 
817 

2,436 
125 

1,186 



Wheeling, W. Va 

WMtef ish Bay, Wis 

White Plains, N. Y 

White Settlement, Tex.... 
Whittler, Calif 

Wichita, Kans 

Wichita Falls, Tex 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa 

Wllklnsburg, Pa 

Wllllamsport, Pa 

Wlllimantic, Conn 

Wllmette, 111 

Wilmington, Del 

Wilmington, N.C 

Wilson, N. C 

Winchester, Va 

Wlnfleld, Kans 

Wlnnetka, 111 

Winona, Minn 

Winston-Salem, N.C 

Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.... 

Wobum, Mass 

Woodbury, N. J 

Wood River, lU 

Woonsocket, R. I 

Wooster, Ohio 

Worcester, Mass 

Wyandotte, Mich 

Xenla, Ohio 

Yakima, Wash 

Yeadon, Pa 

Yonkers, N. Y 

York, Pa 

Youngstown, Ohio 

Ypsllantl, Mich 

Zanesvllle, Ohio 



214 
1,223 

111 
1,259 

242 

46 
179 
182 
614 
283 

675 
877 
70 
286 
634 

595 
1,020 
386 
683 
133 

919 
893 
769 
1,080 
369 

666 

61 

269 

732 

210 

1,257 
108 
159 
64 
580 
310 



93,625 

10,164 

162,163 

2,135 

82,689 

355,041 
109,613 
106,433 
34,920 
70,690 

31,765 
23,468 
237,828 
69,993 
34,075 

36,484 
19,346 
23,227 
31,305 
136,682 

22,381 
23,123 
27,019 
17,548 
55,266 

32,084 
266,335 
74,402 
28,826 
95,134 

3,070 
164,334 
121,453 
249,000 
37,387 
64,480 



89,957 

9,944 

156,197 

2,169 

73,547 

343,961 
104,593 
98,873 
33,808 
67,634 

30,659 

22,486 

225,280 

65,819 

32,031 

34,528 
18,864 
22,551 
29,319 
130,140 

20,579 
20,501 
26,135 
16,666 
50,768 

X,834 
252,071 
69,972 
27,886 
89,838 

2,558 
150,846 
115,681 
238,248 
36,683 
60,956 



916 
65 

949 
18 

539 

2,501 
394 

1,270 
263 
669 

257 
143 
1,347 
702 
378 

332 
177 
135 
341 
1,084 

269 
240 
163 
157 
753 

252 
2,198 
521 
198 
686 

53 

1,742 

1,170 

1,894 

248 

646 



666 
53 

705 
18 

381 

1,891 
622 
734 
197 
481 

203 
113 
1,241 
460 
258 

224 
141 
103 
235 
748 

179 
143 
137 
U9 
453 

190 
1,516 
359 
156 
444 

27 

1,172 

304 

1,380 

214 

446 



58,891 
14,665 
43,466 
10,827 
29,265 

168,279 
68,042 
76,826 
31,418 
45,047 

13,586 
13,162 
110,356 
45,043 
23,010 

13,341 
10,264 
12,105 
25,031 
87,811 

13,496 
20,492 
10,931 
10,190 
50,211 

14,005 
203,486 
36,846 
12,877 
38,486 

11,068 
152,798 

59,953 
168,330 

13,302 

40,517 



1,590 
693 

3,731 
202 

2,826 

2,110 
1,611 
1,385 
1,111 
1,569 

2,338 
1,292 
2,155 
1,554 
1,481 

2,636 
1,885 
1,919 

1,251 
1,557 

1,658 
1,128 
2,472 
1,722 
1,101 

2,291 
1,309 
2,019 
2,239 
2,472 

277 
1,075 
2,026 
1,479 
2,043 
1,591 



D Withheld to avoid disclosure. ^For sales volume in United States cities by population-size class, see Table IL. 'Population based on revised count where special 
censuses were conducted between April 15, 1950 and September 15, 1954. ^o avoid disclosure, data for the 4 establishments in the part of Eau Claire city located in Chippewa 
County are omitted from these data. 



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CODE 

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CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101. Retail Trade: 195-4 - The State 2-4- 

lOlA. Retail Trade: 195<4 and 194-8 - The State 2-5 

102. Retail Trade: 1954- - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 2-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 194-8 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 2-12 

103 . Retail Trade : 1954- - Standard Metropolitan Areas 2-13 

103A. Retail Trade : 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 2-19 

104. Retail Trade: 1954 - Comties With 500 Establishments or More 2-20 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More 2-24 



2-3 



2-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table lOL RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, PayroU, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 


Sales 




Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 


tore (un- 










Payroll, 


nearest Nov. 15 


mcorpo- 










entire 
year 










rated 
busi- 




With 


Total, all 


Establish- 




Full 




Full 


Total' 


payroll 


establish- 


ments with 




Total 




Total 




nesses 




ments 1 


payroll 












only)' 


(Number) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(Doilan) 


(DoUais) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


26il5e 


14.990 


2.111.783 


1.891 .599 


191 ,470 


3,717,745 


3,51 1,006 


93,013 


78,212 


27. 196 


8t 163 


2.955 


526.559 


4".4.729 


24,197 


460,339 


412,477 


13,555 


9,892 


8.704 


71691 


2.735 


505.539 


397, 9o9 


22,486 


425,992 


379,848 


12,531 


8,974 


8.198 


U7 


23 


4.794 


4.256 


368 


7,046 


5,930 


1B9 


179 


an 


U9 


21 


1.141 


677 


60 


1 ,283 


1 ,051 


43 


31 


52 


116 


IB 


2.669 


1 .077 


55 


1 ,012 


970 


34 


29 


131 


66 


30 


2.051 


1 .631 


173 


3,157 


3,036 


1 1 1 


103 


56 


75 


69 


3.960 


3.906 


755 


15,552 


14,944 


446 


408 


82 


(»A) 


64 


(NA) 


3,657 


684 


14,430 


13.t?24 


420 


383 


(NA) 


(NA) 


5 


(NA) 


249 


71 


1 .122 


1.120 


26 


25 


(NA) 


UM 


32 


1 .075 


1.693 


111 


2.757 


2.39^1 


81 


70 


55 


6S 


27 


4.240 


3.58U 


188 


3.540 


3.306 


121 


98 


73 


2.886 


2.026 


95.603 


84,575 


14,680 


304.902 


289, 68i 


12,412 


11 ,222 


3,305 


2.217 


1.551 


77.41 1 


• 8,983 


12,774 


267.84-! 


254,664 


10,860 


9,847 


2,512 


(NA) 


1l537 


(NA) 


68,245 


12,507 


262.095 


249,297 


10,723 


9,723 


(NA) 


(NA) 


• •* 


(NA) 


• •• 


• • • 


• •• 


• • • 


• •• 


• • • 


(NA) 


(NA) 


14 


(NA) 


738 


267 


5.748 


5,367 


137 


124 


(NA) 


2U0 


148 


4.810 


3,814 


54 5 


1 1 .010 


10,016 


474 


394 


250 


".17 


327 


13.222 


1 1 .878 


1,361 


25.049 


25,003 


1 ,078 


981 


529 


2.320 


1.338 


264.PP8 


243,500 


30,988 


503.067 


541 ,078 


17,507 


12,588 


2,336 


28 


28 


94.223 


94.223 


15,197 


293.292 


268,338 


6,283 


5,124 


2 


1.069 


579 


73.420 


62.804 


5,494 


130.709 


1 17,956 


3,835 


2,835 


1,165 


919 


519 


52.653 


42,599 


2,869 


53.410 


49,269 


1,729 


1 ,296 


988 


290 


252 


44.?.'6 


43,874 


6,428 


125.656 


105,505 


5,650 


3,333 


165 


..575 


1.383 


133,317 


1?0,417 


16,769 


310.268 


> 88, 484 


8,841 


6,931 


1,406 


^7« 


242 


21 .048 


r0i514 


2,583 


47.013 


42,898 


1,154 


825 


175 


(NA) 


33 


(NA) 


2,143 


209 


3.812 


3,739 


63 


57 


(NA) 


(NA) 


63 


(NA) 


8,705 


1,194 


20.219 


18,502 


480 


330 


(NA) 


(NA) 


5 


(NA) 


120 


12 


269 


219 


e 


7 


(NA) 


(NA) 


141 


(NA) 


9,546 


1,168 


22.713 


20,438 


60 3 


431 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1-^4 


(NA) 


18,778 


2,228 


39,017 


37,017 


932 


792 


(NA) 


(NA) 


158 


(NA) 


15,237 


1 ,883 


33,037 


31 ,210 


783 


659 


(NA) 


(NA) 


36 


(NA) 


3,541 


345 


5,980 


5,807 


149 


133 


(NA) 


(NA) 


443 


(NA) 


42.841 


5,596 


102,513 


93,550 


3,256 


2,274 


(NA) 


509 


4fl4 


45.643 


44,777 


5,856 


113,398 


105,995 


3,286 


2,818 


383 


(NA) 


338 


(NA) 


40,316 


5,253 


100,624 


95,991 


2,923 


2,552 


(NA) 


(NA) 


68 


(NA) 


2,056 


361 


7,628 


6,37: 


206 


153 


(NA) 


(NA) 


38 


(NA) 


2,403 


252 


5,146 


4,634 


157 


1 13 


(NA) 


"1 


43 


2.48B 


2,392 


251 


5,018 


4,795 


144 


131 


50 


27 


17 


1 .IH3 


1 .115 


245 


3,309 


3,229 


69 


91 


25 


1.32H 


1.108 


107. 5C3 


104,071 


14,554 


274,481 


267, 91t 


5,272 


5,001 


1,219 


778 


664 


70.636 


69,036 


9,919 


186,197 


181 ,634 


3,560 


3,394 


767 


(NA) 


530 


(NA) 


63,61 1 


9,022 


163,666 


165,553 


3,185 


3,066 


(NA) 


(NA) 


17 


(NA) 


1 ,052 


159 


3,145 


3,01 1 


54 


48 


(NA) 


(NA) 


67 


(NA) 


4,373 


738 


14,386 


13,070 


321 


280 


(NA) 


5na 


444 


36.607 


35,035 


4,615 


88,2 84 


86,281 


1 ,712 


1 .607 


445 


(NA) 


258 


(NA) 


17,703 


2,446 


45,586 


44,95Z 


856 


829 


(NA) 


(NA) 


122 


(NA) 


13,855 


1 ,739 


33,877 


32,919 


576 


621 


(NA) 


(NA) 


64 


(NA) 


3,47* 


430 


8,821 


8,411. 


180 


157 


(NA) 


1.113 


1.081 


433.338 


421 ,816 


38,990 


726,036 


718,185 


11,714 


1 1,374 


1,408 


559 


515 


335.610 


334,092 


31,739 


594,059 


589,967 


9, 161 


9,020 


508 


394 


206 


53.68i 


45,873 


1 ,963 


37,325 


36,64.y 


714 


679 


480 


401 


321 


39,803 


38,075 


5,001 


89,396 


85,499 


1 ,730 


1 ,575 


364 


34 


28 


2.111 


2,039 


199 


3,935 


3.815 


79 


73 


33 


IS 


10 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


1 


1 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


2.938 


1.754 


145,484 


1 18.442 


10,047 


203,1 13 


192.519 


5,729 


4,918 


3,131 


1.123 


909 


136.909 


132,201 


15,282 


303,976 


290.802 


5,896 


5,431 


1 , 1B7 


230 


212 


31 .736 


31,350 


3,053 


58,620 


57.619 


1,141 


1,104 


245 


248 


2C4 


52.C72 


51 ,074 


6,489 


135,205 


127.520 


2,552 


2,308 


244 


55 


51 


6.1 14 


5,966 


840 


16,696 


15.785 


269 


244 


35 


37 


25 


2.7:;7 


2,575 


468 


9,035 


8.736 


144 


134 


39 


553 


417 


44.26 


41 ,236 


4,432 


84,420 


81 .142 


1,780 


1,641 


623 


900 


758 


65.:>95 


62,691 


7,979 


157,581 


148.993 


4,394 


3»759 


978 


(NA) 


671 


(NA) 


59,437 


7,675 


151 ,980 


144.062 


4,138 


3,577 


(NA) 


(NA) 


n7 


(NA) 


3,254 


3"3 


5,703 


4,931 


256 


192 


(NA) 


2.614 


1.490 


180.128 


164,705 


15,608 


327,984 


316,000 


6,755 


6, 195 


2,500 


9C 


78 


40, 358 


39.f44 


1.462 


30,221 


30. 197 


513 


51 1 


34 


369 


217 


19,354 


17,818 


2,692 


59,1 12 


57.604 


1,172 


1 .097 


336 


(NA) 


123 


(NA) 


5,947 


789 


16,570 


15.762 


424 


364 


(NA) 


(NA) 


64 


(NA) 


9,910 


1 .675 


37,154 


'5.886 


539 


433 


(NA) 


(NA) 


8 


(NA) 


1 ,445 


124 


2,754 


2.520 


46 


43 


(NA) 


(NA) 


22 


(NA) 


5U- 


103 


2,524 


2.436 


63 


57 


(NA) 


205 


169 


39,852 


38,761' 


1.855 


37,v52 


36.053 


84? 


765 


182 


155 


105 


14,600 


13,292 


713 


14,150 


13,420 


370 


323 


146 


y Not avail 


ibli- n.i- 


V. Not olwwllLT 


■ rlnjwifiod. 


KXX Notnpp 


irable. (Z) 


Lees than $S(X) 


... Re 


presents nn 


>. 



Retail trade, total. 

Food Stores 

Total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eating, Drioking Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands} 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-p!ant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 



Total- 

Shoe stores.- 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Family shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings Btorea. 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores.. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Famiture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores ._, 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores. _ 



AnfomotiTe Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (f ranchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonf ranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Lumber, BIdg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, buil^^iing materials dealers 

Paint, glattft, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Drog Stores, Propricozj Stoiei 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers. -- - . . 
Hay, grain, feed stores. - - - - 
Farm, garden supply stfirea 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid diMrloaurc. 

'Group totals may include data for establishments without payro" which could nut be classiticd by detailed kind of buuiueas. 



ALABAMA 



2-5 



Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business! 



Kind of 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollais) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Pmprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo. 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)* 

(Numl)er) 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 



Jewelry stores - 

Boole stores ---- 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores . 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands -- 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stxires 

Music stores - - 

Camera, photographic supply stores '. 

Luggage, leather goods stores 

Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and eqtiipment dealers- 
Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 



NoQsiore Retailers 



Total 

Mail order houses . _ ._ -. . 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organisations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



31ft 
■!6 
19 
62 
25 

322 
9 
'>3 
62 
16 
13 
6 
■!0 
17 
88 

205 



835 
52 



231 
2ft 
17 
52 
13 

176 
7 
23 
38 
38 
13 
M 
20 
13 
68 

159 



103 
2B 



2W021 
1 1659 
1 t<>2« 
atOU4 

655 
8i051 

J55 
11^93 
1 .065 
3. "59 
1.C01 

55 2 
1 I 359 

88 1 
<*. 1 19 
7t'JU7 



22.739 

769 

17.f.35 

H.715 



21 .087 

1 .797 

(01 

3.655 

187 

6.U17 

101 

809 

81'. 

3.7*3 

1 .001 

IDl 

1 .035 

827 

t.119 

6.755 



1U.351 

309 

9.895 

«,1U7 



3.602 
159 

408 

78 

1.155 

15 

72 

88 

669 

163 

66 

2C5 

161 

5U9 

1 .059 



2.396 

19 

1 .9U6 

1(31 



77.515 
3.481 
9.960 
7.611 
1 .819 

21.013 

2 50 

1 .262 

1 .975 

12|50P 
3.262 
1 .06P 
3.882 
3.239 

12.628 

23.U2U 



45.896 

426 

37.533 

7.938 



75.707 
3.325 
b.917 
7.279 
ll735 

21.617 

215 

1 .203 

1.799 

12.209 

3.241 

989 

3.793 

3.13b 

1 I .782 

21 .747 



14.870 

400 

36.516 

7.921 



1 >3o9 

100 

168 

155 

41 

598 

9 

58 

78 

245 

64 

31 

54 

55 

3J2 

525 



938 

1 1 

767 

160 



1.292 
85 
162 

137 
36 

602 

8 

51 

61 

238 
62 
26 
52 
52 

264 

172 



690 

9 

722 

159 



312 
31 
16 
75 
29 
367 
9 



11 
26 



92 
229 



851 
54 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewliere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Grt)up totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



. . Represents zero. 



Table lOlA. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 AND 1948' — THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 



Establishments 



Kind of business 



Total" 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(J1,000) 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 

Eauog, driokiag places, total 

Eatingplaces 

Drinking places 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores . 

Furniture, borne furnishings, appliance dealers 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service sutions 

Lumber, bidg. mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Ltimber, bIdg. matls., supphes, equipment, hardware dealers. . 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total — 

Drugstores -.. 

Proprietary stores 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores - 

Fuel, icedealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores -.- 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 

NoDsiore retailers - 



26,158 

8,163 

7,691 

462 

2,886 

2,457 
417 



1,575 

274 

1,253 

1,324 

1,413 

2,938 

1,123 
230 
893 

900 
(NA) 
(NA) 

2,614 

90 

369 

360 

316 

1,023 

902 



14,990 

2,955 

2,735 

220 

2,026 

1,699 

327 



1,383 

242 

1,141 

1,108 

1,081 

1,754 

909 
212 
697 

758 

671 

87 

1,490 
78 
217 
274 
234 
687 

138 



526,559 
505,539 
20,830 

95,603 
82,221 
13,222 

264,808 

133,317 

21,048 

111,533 

107,503 

433,338 

145,484 

136,909 
31,736 
105,173 

65,395 
(NA) 
(NA) 

180, 128 
40,358 
19,354 
54,452 
21,921 
38, 377 

22,739 



414,729 

397,909 

16,820 

84,675 
72,797 
11,878 

243,500 

130,417 
20,514 
109,903 

104,071 

421,816 

118,442 

132,201 
31,350 
100,851 

62,691 

59,437 

3,254 

164,706 
39,644 
17,818 
52,056 
21,087 
34,101 

14, 351 



26,570 

10,729 

10,257 

472 

3,360 

2,716 

644 



1,156 

156 

1,000 

1,2(37 

1,236 

2,775 

1,114 
171 
943 

854 
663 
191 

1,791 
77 
282 
322 
284 
826 



3,903 

3,632 

271 

2,409 

2,013 

396 



1,009 
147 
862 

1,047 

1,134 

1,805 

988 
166 
322 

756 
615 
Ul 

1,380 
65 
236 
270 
213 
596 



60 



1,628,585 

407,468 
393,780 
13,688 



82,579 
68,090 
14,489 



1U,240 
14,725 
99,515 

89,793 

292,924 

86,094 

117,306 
22,992 
94,314 

50,533 
45,386 

5,147 

133,729 
43,222 
14,903 
31,368 
16,579 
27,657 

7,860 



1,466,196 

299,707 

238,009 

11,698 

75,228 
63,267 

11,961 

230,904 

112,230 
U,613 

97,617 

87,220 

288,927 

71,896 

1W,633 
22,735 
91,898 

48,818 

44,346 

4,472 

128,817 
42,959 
14,592 
29,933 
15,735 
25,598 

7,816 



Standard Notes- i D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the 
1954 Censuses in the Introduction. 
' Group totals may include data for estabUshments without payroll which could 

432271 O - 57 - 10 



. . . Represents zero. 
1948 Census of Retail Trade. Foi a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 1948 and 

not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



2-6 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 





County and city 


Total 


Kind-of-business group | 


i 


Establishments 


Sales 


PayroU, 
entire year 

(»1.000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (unin- 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


hJ 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, aU 
establish- 
ments 

(Jl.OOO) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Salffi 
(ti,oao) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 
(ii.ooo) 






26,158 


114,990 


2,111,783 


1.891. 599 


191 .470 


i93,013 


78,212 


,27,196 


8,163 


526,559 


2.886 


95.503 




Autauga County 


7 


t3"t 


614 


6>186 


4.800 


375 


223 


157 


137 


47 


1.908 


9 


151 






88 
146 

462 


52 

12 

298 


4|651 
1 1 525 

32 t 192 


3.893 
907 

29.050 


339 

37 

2.518 


198 
25 

1 .262 


150 
17 

1 ,062 


91 
46 

484 


31 
16 

102 


1 .587 

321 

8.756 


9 
79 


151 
• •• 

1 ,978 


5 


Remainder of County 

Baldwin County 


6 




88 

6U 

310 

285 


62 
50 

185 

131 


6 1 795 

5i552 

191845 

13.057 


6.439 
5.128 
17.483 

10.705 


525 

479 
1 .514 

903 


284 
254 
724 

538 


215 
221 
525 

424 


96 

74 
314 

312 


20 
16 
66 

83 


1,713 
2,113 
4,930 

3,352 


15 
10 
54 

21 


280 

332 

1 ,356 

432 






8 




Q 


Barbour County 


10 
11 

12 


Euf aula 

Remainder of County 


131 
154 

IHT 

222 


71 
60 

65 

94 


8.344 
4.713 

7.6)2 

12.455 


7.292 
3.413 

5.275 

9.145 


690 

213 

416 
610 


395 

143 

255 
379 


319 

105 

190 
285 


142 
170 

167 

239 


39 

44 

46 
70 


2.181 
1.171 

2.087 

2.717 


1 1 
10 

5 

15 


347 
85 

247 

SIS 


n 




lA 




12« 
98 

1«1 


64 
30 

57 


8.686 
3.769 

5.311 


7,182 
1,963 

4,127 


512 
98 

360 


311 
68 

185 


236 
50 

159 


140 
99 

143 


35 

34 

54 


1 .822 
895 

1 .657 


7 

7 


243 
272 

129 


15 


Remainder of County 

Bullock County 

Union Springs 

Remainder of County 


17 
18 

IP 


9« 
147 

233 


44 
13 

109 


4.595 
715 

14.097 


3,805 
322 

11,667 


342 
16 

1 .247 


172 

13 

605 


145 
13 

495 


95 

48 

237 


32 
22 

93 


1.334 
323 

4.149 


7 
• •• 

1 1 


129 
• •• 

210 


20 

21 

?? 


Greenville 

Remainder of County 

Calhoun County 

Anniston 

Jacksonville 

Piedmont 

Remainder of County 

Chambers County 

Lanett 

Remainder of County 

Cherokee County 

Chilton Coimty 

Clanton 

Remainder of County 

Choctaw County 

Clarke County 

Jackson 

Remainder of County 


130 
103 

780 


74 
35 

486 


9.9S2 

4.145 

59,570 


8,944 
2,723 

53,436 


1 .017 
230 

6.407 


45S 
147 

3,087 


374 
121 

2,447 


133 
104 

794 


49 
44 

215 


2.957 

1.192 

18.150 


6 

5 

104 


108 

102 

4,346 


23 
24 
25 
26 

?7 


5114 
56 
711 

136 

293 


332 
32 
50 
72 

129 


55.782 
2.935 

4.804 
5.049 

14.21,4 


52,074 
2,171 
4,342 
4,849 

1 1,450 


5.508 
159 
310 
330 

84 1 


2,522 

106 
209 
250 

483 


2,033 

77 

150 

187 

395 


498 
64 
90 

142 

315 


125 
18 
21 
52 

1 19 


12.945 
1 .404 
1 .683 

2.1 17 

5.815 


71 
5 
9 

19 

18 


3.605 

68 

90 

582 

22S 


28 
29 

30 

31 


7tt 
219 

88 

237 


38 
91 

44 

111 


5.238 
9.005 

5.782 

13.987 


4,764 
5,586 

4.430 

11.181 


305 

535 

280 
872 


156 
327 

155 

530 


120 
275 

127 

413 


74 
242 

120 

242 


28 
91 

22 

88 


3,280 
2,535 

962 

4,099 


8 
10 

5 

14 


85 

140 

96 
306 


32 
33 

3i 

35 


133 

ion 

133 
222 


79 
32 

53 

130 


10.717 
3.270 

5.304 

17.927 


9.507 
1.574 

4.622 

15.091 


786 
85 

372 

1 .395 


405 
124 

194 

690 


315 
98 

153 

555 


135 

107 

144 
243 


38 

50 

25 
69 


2,628 
1 ,471 

773 

3,804 


9 

5 

11 
13 


192 
114 

122 

436 


36 
37 

38 


72 
150 

1145 

714 

272 


56 
74 

53 

32 

136 


8.773 
9.154 

6.861 

4.419 

15.U31 


8.381 
7,710 

5,493 

3,739 

12,753 


724 
671 

351 

2 09 

1 .1 03 


304 
386 

195 

135 

553 


269 
2 87 

172 

105 

453 


74 
159 

150 

78 

294 


17 
52 

55 

18 

94 


1 ,379 
2.425 

2.052 

842 

3.879 


5 
8 

5 

4 

19 


156 
280 

68 

90 
414 


39 
40 


Cleburne County 

Coffee County 

Elba 


41 
42 


61 
165 
116 

398 


39 
85 
12 

240 


3.832 

10.360 

1 .239 

32.058 


3,314 

8,558 

771 

28,574 


342 

696 

65 

2.443 


175 

357 

31 

1 .256 


143 

283 

27 

1 ,063 


63 
180 

51 

412 


17 
60 
17 

145 


799 

2.700 
3BU 

8.997 


6 

13 

51 


170 

244 

1 .979 


■',3 




44 


Colbert County 

Sheffield 

Tuacumbla 

Remainder of Coiinty 

Conecuh County 

Evergreen 

Remainder of County 


45 
46 
47 

48 


IBl 
125 
92 

175 


131 
71 
38 

79 


18.527 

10.670 

2.871 

8.286 


17,337 
9,434 
1,803 

6,342 


1 .531 
779 
133 

542 


779 
387 
100 

370 


660 

321 

82 

290 


189 
125 
98 

166 


49 
45 
51 

53 


4.708 
2.863 
1 .405 

2.256 


37 
13 
1 1 

13 


1.175 

494 
310 

290 


49 
50 


1014 
71 

85 


50 

19 

27 
219 


6.272 
2.014 

2.595 

24.783 


5,442 
900 

1 ,435 

2 1 , 309 


58U 
56 

89 

1 .948 


325 

44 

54 
1 .012 


255 

34 

41 
828 


92 

74 

90 
425 


26 

27 

34 
135 


1.453 
803 

959 

6.705 


8 

5 

5 
38 


222 

58 

49 
713 


5? 




53 


Andalusia 


163 
60 

1014 
82 

156 

368 


99 

42 
60 

13 

76 
200 


12.815 
3.343 
6.237 
2.387 

7.464 

29.237 


1 1 ,790 
3,001 
5,437 
1 ,081 

6,005 

25,995 


1 .146 

205 

519 

78 

543 

1 .814 


544 

137 

285 

45 

300 

1 .038 


450 

101 

240 

27 

252 

801 


150 
71 

113 
91 

171 

397 


43 
12 
27 
54 

52 

88 


3.193 

55B 

1 .49) 

1 .363 

1 .843 

4,273 


19 
5 
13 

1 

9 
26 


421 
(D) 
163 
ID) 

167 

73S 


■S^i 




56 


Remainder of County 


■iR 








233 

135 

219 


157 
43 

101 


24.592 

4.545 

10.583 


23.152 
2.843 

8. 103 


1 .641 
173 

704 


936 
102 

436 


724 
77 

361 


242 
155 

224 


54 
34 

93 


3.103 
1.170 

4.220 


20 
6 

12 


684 
51 

2IS 


60 




•SI 








121 
98 

U59 


77 
24 

289 


7.005 
3.578 

39.050 


6, 161 
1 .942 

35.912 


584 
120 

4,015 


356 
80 

2.188 


290 

71 

1 .858 


123 
101 

467 


35 

57 

150 


1.950 
2.270 

9,888 


9 

3 

66 


108 
107 

1 .608 


63 
64 










326 

133 

350 


226 

63 

152 


33.270 
5.780 

18.932 


31.718 
4. 194 

14,844 


3,687 
329 

1 .124 


1.971 
217 

553 


1 .581 
1 77 

533 


324 
143 

411 


88 
52 

100 


8,153 
1,735 

4.1 19 


60 
6 

22 


1 .3B0 
22d 

367 














170 
180 


95 
55 


1 1 .547 
7.385 


10,325 
4.519 


905 
219 


501 
152 


413 
120 


202 
209 


46 
54 


2.707 

1 .412 


15 

7 


2M9 

7B 


69 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid diacloBure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Repreaentit zero. 



ALABAMA 



2-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Busincss Group — Establishments and Sales 



Kind-of-businesB group- Continued 




General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Lumber, bldg. matls., 
hardware, farm equip- 
ment dealers 


Drug stores, 
proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers 


d 

Z 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 
(Si.ooo) 


EsUb- 
lish- 
mentfi 

iNumber) 


Sales 

(JI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

(JI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

(JI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

(tl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

(JI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Salw 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

(JI.OOO) 


^ 


2, 520 


261), 808 


1,575 


133,317 


1 .324 


107.503 


1.413 


433.338 


2.938 


145.484 


1. 123 


136.909 


900 


65,395 


2.614 


180.128 


902 


22,739 


1 


21 


758 


3 


109 


6 


467 


5 


907 


25 


1 .058 


3 


(Dl 


4 


(D) 


9 


223 


2 


(Dl 


2 


6 
15 


283 
175 


3 


109 


6 
• • • 


467 


5 


907 
• • • 


16 

Q 


445 
613 


3 


(01 


2 

2 


(b) 

(D) 


7 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


... 

2 


• •• 
(01 


■ 
4 


31 


lt917 


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2-8 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 



Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



County and city 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl.OOO) 



EstabUsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FlUl 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Food stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Eating, drinking 
places 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Num)>er) 



Sales 
(Si,0OO) 



Elmore County 

Tallassee (part)^... 
Wetumplta 

Remainder of County. 



Escanibia County 

Atmore 

Brevton 

Remainder of Ctounty. 



Etowali County 

Attalla 

Gadsden 

Remainder of County. 



Fayette County 

Fayette 

Remainder of County. 



Franltlln County 

Russellville 

Remainder of County. 



Cjeneva County 

Cjeneva 

Remainder of Comity. 



Greene County. 
Hale Comity . . . 
Henry County. . 



Houston County 

Dothan 

Remainder of County. 



Jac)ison County 

Scotteboro 

Remainder of County. 



Jefferson County 

Bessemer 

Birmingham 

Fairfield 

Homewood 

Leeds (part)^ 

Lipscomb 

Mountain Brooli 

Tarrant City 

Remainder of County. 



Lamar County. 



Lauderdale County 

Florence 

Remainder of County. 



Lawrence (k)imty. 



Lee County 

Auburn 

Opellka 

Remainder of County. 



Limestone County 

Attiens 

Remainder of County. 



Lowndes County. 



Macon County 

Tus)cegee 

Remainder of County. 



Madison County 

Huntsvllle 

Remainder of County. 



Marengo County 

Demopolls 

Remainder of County. 



Marlon County. 



Marshall County 

Albertvllle 

Boaz 

Guntersvllle 

Remainder of County. 



69| Mobile County 

Chlclcasaw 

Mobile 

Prlchard 

Remainder of Comity. 



121 
81 



107 
631 
189 



88 
155 

83 

126 

156 

5U0 



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"127 

17t 



1,76 3 



515 
3, 105 

Its 

77 
72 
18 
56 
96 
(-79 

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118 
230 



160 
97 



lit 
7H 



1«9 



168 



103 
127 



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220 
381 



113 
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3t85.'^ 



10t305 

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3i661 



51 

103 

55 



5t797 

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7i755 



6l8'l9 
1 1338 



111 161 
9l()25 



301 

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3,039 



6i670 
71101 

6i538 

6 1926 

9i5j7 

1151663 
39i7a0 



151031 
Bt9lO 



533,122 



281 

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101 

69 



68 
297 



11 i003 

121, 156 

1 1 1602 

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613 

5i776 

7 1661 

29i282 

5l563 



107 
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206 
32 



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371941 
3i797 



27 1 127 
7i489 



171210 
2i128 



104 
27 



11i791 
21623 



5 



7i875 
2i250 



591 729 
33i646 



71499 
5l8i'9 



31 1 790 



1.362 



979 
152 
207 



121111 
8i629 
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4f81 7 

235,082 

JTTf8 

182,691 
25i144 
231566 



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20' 



497 

109 



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256 



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200 
55 



103 



79 



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972 



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953 
230 



1 l041 

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411 
120 



851 



357 

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127 

92 



5i268 
2l016 
2l50a 

744 



453 

51918 

497 



260 
1601 
252 



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2l246 
221 



21648 
14i917 
21671 



215 
620 



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32 



304 
20 



241 
17 



1l299 
551 



707 
183 



365 
111 



302 
89 



128 
107 



21120 
929 



796 
099 

960 

814 

867 

809 



487 
487 

442 

435 

550 



231 
303 



135 
196 



102 
158 



2i677 
1 1892 



1 l49S 
2i333 



3i7l6 
2 74 



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200 



408 
162 



117 
59 



7 157 
2l393 



080 



768 
232 



57 , 7 1 8 



437 
133 



25, 116 



177 

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187 



3,632 

19,032 

1 1072 

721 

334 

29 

5:^5 

555 

1 i788 



1 i699 
20,693 
569 
391 
193 
18 
245 
306 
999 

176 

1 i738 



21.165 
— TTTTV 



485 
330 
110 
1 1 
220 
221 
303 



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STT 

3 1066 
143 
62 
76 
19 
49 
103 
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135 



1 1332 

TJJT 

792 
36 
15 
12 
10 
8 



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2l360 

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4i166 

3l633 

1 l392 

433 

1 l7 

3i493 

I 1i4bo 

1 l129 



233 

1 l292 



302 
145 



177 
112 



7i396 
1 i978 



1 18I4 
7|965 



633 
716 
280 



653 

1 1601 
95 



393 

800 



324 

649 

81 



117 
226 



2i668 
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1ll22 



598 
35 



211 

103 



3i273 

1 l339 



725 

104 



133 
70 



368 
57 



126 
86 



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1 i123 



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1l960 
346 



2l397 

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2l015 
1 70 



482 
158 



136 



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12l792 



959 



741 
351 



397 
214 



996 
463