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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE U.^. 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 2 
MISSOURI— WYOMING 

and 
ALASKA and HAWAII 



Prepared under the supervision of 

HARVEY KAILIN 

Chief, Business Division 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON ; 1956 




DEPOSITORY 

Boston Public Library 
Superintpndpnt of Documents j^ 

NOV 13 1957 T^V 



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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 



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CONTENTS 



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101. Retail Trade : 1954 - The State 25-4 

lOlA.. Retail Trade: 1954 and 1948 - The State 25-5 

102. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 25-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 25-16 

103. Retail Trade: 1954 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 25-18 

103A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 25-23 

104. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties With 500 Establishments or More 25-24 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More 25-30 

•25-3 



25-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Esteblishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



EstabUsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



(DoUara) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
neat«st Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



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



Retail trade. loial 

Food Stores 



a.l97|76i 



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 



Eatiog, DritiJciDg Places 



Total -. 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) - 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



General Merchantlise 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 

Appatel stores, n.e.c 



Furtiinire, Home Furaishiogs, 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 



Automotive Group 

Total _ 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, batterj'. accessory dealers. 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. 



Gasoline Service Statiotis 



Total. 



Lumber, BIdg. Mads., 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 stdr«s . . 



-,910 

192 

56 

217 

&Ui4 

393 

(NA) 

(NA) 

211 

ml 



f 1985 

t,687 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

587 

5.697 



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59 

iiin 

lib 

573 



,^,lCb 
670 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
935 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
135 
137 



3iU85 
076 
o91 
273 
183 

I lOUU 



11825 
(NA) 
(NA) 



:i9'4l 

759 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
773 
211 



5l074 

«.098 

1 10 

14 

67 

110 

323 

286 

37 

109 

213 



6i553 

3i557 

31158 

17 

72 

429 

2i567 



11539 

59 

551 

346 

483 



1232 

524 

48 

93 

11 

372 

360 

240 

120 

329 

617 

636 

109 

72 

103 

99 



1 1626 
878 
617 
101 
150 
748 
339 
266 
143 



1 1999 

1l091 

340 

493 

46 

25 



21405 
608 
775 
209 
125 
588 



1l549 

1 l330 

219 



3l469 
555 
453 
242 
140 
45 
36 
619 
123 



939.413 

859.762 

12.?192 

1 .153 

7.703 

18. 138 

14.058 

(NA) 

(NA) 

10.230 

15.149 



304.140 
185.648 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

12.6ro 

105.568 



533.768 

334.090 

92.259 

43.082 

63.ea9 



241 .151 

40. 883 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA ) 

91 ,040 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.907 

7.289 



210.707 
135.214 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NAl 
74.383 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



815.633 

672.435 

72.174 

59.964 

5.015 

6.909 

1 14 



376.934 

100.534 

173.133 

24.325 

15.P54 

52.820 



154.530 

(NA) 
(NA) 



425.541 

64.637 

53.449 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

145.413 

19. "89 



842 

786 

10 



272 
172 

155 



509 
334 



233 

38 
3 

10 

23 

45 
34 



273 
406 
482 
665 
583 
512 
244 
536 
706 
120 
459 



300 
090 
495 
202 
513 



233 
243 
956 
345 
893 
049 
707 
552 
155 
785 
232 
567 
969 
575 
531 
737 



247 
682 
030 
791 
851 
565 
780 
369 
416 



161 
277 
105 
230 
757 
577 
1 14 



362.784 
98.714 

170|915 
23,479 
14.746 
54.92c 



158,814 

148,19a 

10,616 



382.021 
56,427 
49.695 
iO,056 
15,767 
12,445 
1 ,427 

139,919 
17,151 



129 

1 13 

8 

7 

58 

26 



794 

670 

59 

55 



59,837 

52,801 

847 

70 

345 

775 

3,3^7 

3,056 

301 

497 

1 I 144 



55,528 

42,413 

40,167 

192 

2,054 

1 ,613 

12,302 



77,132 

55,984 

8i762 

1 ,700 

10,685 



35,400 

5,071 

425 

1 ,463 

1 10 

3,072 

6,934 

5,5C4 

1 ,430 

7,717 

13,587 

12,275 

78C 

552 

531 

1 , 55C 



28,415 
20,417 
17,433 
1 ,428 
1 ,556 
7,996 
3,353 
3,500 
1,045 



71 ,958 

59,781 

3,545 

7,712 

515 

290 

15 



42,524 
8,667 

19,541 
5,506 
2,625 
6,4h7 



19,854 

16,925 

938 



37,169 
2,965 
5,651 
2,572 
2,374 
1 ,392 
313 
6,215 
1 ,437 



1.141.913 

997.238 

15,505 

1 ,528 

6,769 

15,224 

75,472 

56,747 

5,725 

10,051 

21 ,148 



I . 145.845 

652.704 

815.383 

3.622 

45.699 

55.790 

248.551 



1 .529.296 
1 .127.500 

164.708 
31 .446 

205.542 



679.857 

91 .868 

7.696 

25.601 

2,426 

56,145 

124,667 

97,839 

25,828 

153,457 

270,031 

243,772 

15,039 

1 1 .220 

10.31 1 

29.523 



563.366 

4U6.921 

353.473 

27.466 

27.98{. 

154.447 

64.1 97 

68,518 

21 .732 



1 .335.285 

1 .1 15.022 

67.562 

135.045 

9.540 

5,708 

406 



815,81 1 
161 ,605 
531 ,148 
104,567 
49.344 
1 18.929 



338.839 

371 .299 

17,54C 



741 ,857 
57,606 

141 ,689 

57,615 

49,293 

29.552 

5.42s 

121 .925 
25.051 



1 .006,864 

878,385 

15.203 

1.250 

6.131 

15.556 

65.55B 

59.904 

5.454 

8.55^ 

18.838 



1 .042.792 

785. 54B 

743.417 

2. 025 

40.106 

29.014 

226.230 



1 .279.850 

951 .633 

148.513 

28.049 

171 ,45Si 



626,012 

84,592 

7,189 

23,392 

2.255 

51 .756 

1 14.603 

89,650 

24,953 

139,504 

250,694 

226.770 

13.74U 

10.184 

8.809 

27.81U 



542.680 

394.716 

342.514 

25,449 

25,953 

147.954 

61 .654 

65.267 

20,863 



1 ,512,677 

1 ,104,994 

65,277 

127.915 

8,967 

5,316 

406 



765,476 
157,727 
365,512 
101 .686 
46.501 
1 1 1 .950 



553.337 

337.693 

15.644 



703.354 
53.84b 

152.470 

51 .289 

46.626 

27.401 

5,152 

1 16,579 
25,982 



24,694 
21,339 

3o0 

^7 

1o2 

465 

1,755 

1.572 

163 

246 

582 



54.0^9 

25.945 

24.852 

1 12 

1 .001 

1 .529 

6.755 



34.632 
21,365 

4,465 
995 

7,766 



14.770 

1 .875 

158 

513 

46 

1,178 

2.443 

1.912 

551 

5.202 

6.455 

5.755 

426 

296 

3oe 

48? 



8.943 

6.072 

5.231 

374 

467 

2.871 

1 1266 

1 lle2 

423 



16.723 

15.151 

1 .015 

2.339 

1^6 

63 



15.253 

2.914 
5,674 
1 .412 
658 
2.575 



9.618 

9.054 

564 



14.095 

1 .290 

2.412 

1.123 

783 

365 

125 

2.702 

458 



17.771 

15,o54 

245 

19 

1 49 

353 

1 ,521 

1 .212 
109 
160 
44o 



27,670 

21,410 

20,5 16 

36 

856 

841 

5,619 



24,228 
15,414 

5,175 
755 

4.884 



1 1 .619 

1 .560 

102 

544 

862 

1 ,953 

1 ,515 

418 

2,465 

5,250 

4,661 

359 

250 

206 

425 



8,099 

5,576 

4,629 

535 

414 

2.521 

1 ,096 

1 .047 

576 



18,051 

14.t62 

944 

2,052 

1 12 

74 

7 



12.005 
2.747 
5.547 
1 .516 
590 
2.003 



71452 
7.022 

450 



12.294 

1 1096 

2i077 

662 

759 

535 

105 

21455 

415 



10lO"0 

7.575 

225 

*0 

260 

951 

409 

(NA) 

(NA) 

273 

327 



10.650 

5.594 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

f-49 

4.3=5 



1 . 131 
91 1 



2.345 

5Ui 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

816 

fNAJ 

(NA) 

(NA) 

151 

1 16 



2,305 

1,206 

TnaT 

(NA) 
(NA) 

Jjrfi? 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2,519 

982 

841 

591 

54 

45 



2,9(^5 
755 
561 
218 
1F9 

1 .1^7 



1.775 

"(NA) 
(NA) 



5.867 
795 

575 

(na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

674 

24 1 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $5(X). 

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



Represents zero. 



MISSOURI 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



25-5 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



PayroU, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 

(Number) 



Other Retail Stores— Coa. 

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 dealerB. 

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

Second-hand stores. 

Nonstore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses - - _.....- 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



172 

28 

334 

186 

I2U 

275 

136 

52 

21 

56 

64 

21 1 

441 



2, 160 

176 



360 
47 
58 
74 
10 

224 
76 
48 

129 
86 
44 
15 
50 
40 

211 

227 



386 
32 

282 



34.534 

4.595 

6.C97 

8.269 

464 

14.221 
6lC31 
3. 490 
7.745 

13.339 
6.054 
USUI 
3.810 
3.016 

12.500 

10.725 



21 1 .633 

142.019 

52.593 

17.021 



30.266 

4.181 

5.867 

6.407 

232 

12.493 
3.537 
2,328 
6.039 

12,683 
5,99U 
1 .149 
3,652 
2,778 

12.500 
8,717 



187,683 

141 ,935 

30,673 

15.075 



5(161 
360 

1,091 

816 

23 

2,576 
331 
233 
845 

2,751 
689 
195 
955 
450 

1 ,943 

1 .481 



25,527 

17,185 

6.867 

1 ,475 



101 .357 

7.454 

21 .096 

15.182 

468 

47.29C 

6.468 

4.627 

17.748 

57.996 

15.225 

3.648 

18.537 

8.466 

4U.416 

29.608 



518.765 

360.866 

134.075 

23.824 



96.628 

6.839 

2U.29Q 

14.533 

40b 

44.09b 

5.691 

4.297 

16.232 

56.681 

14.784 

3.53B 

18.032 

8,240 

3B.19> 

28.001 



480.787 

325,846 

131 .324 

23.617 



1 .742 
200 
389 
276 
12 
995 
165 
147 
449 
820 
242 
78 
247 
153 
751 
567 



9.722 
6.933 

2.417 
372 



1.51b 
159 
346 
233 
b 
62 1 
127 
1 13 
376 
767 
222 
65 
231 
13b 
647 
478 



8.451 

5.863 

2.231 

357 



640 
62 



122 
303 
130 



66 
181 
469 



2.169 
204 



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 establishments without payroll which could not be classitied by detailed kind of business. 



Represents zero. 



Table lOlA. RETAIL TRADE. 1954 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 



Kind of busine: 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(tl,0O0) 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(Sl,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 

EaiiDg, drinkiog places, total __ _.. 

Eating places 

Drinlung places 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessoriesstores, total 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furoiture, home furaisbiogs, appliance dealers 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations.. . 

Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, 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 . . . 

Nonstore retailers 



9,284 
6,970 
2,290 

S,985 
5,274 
3,697 

2,539 

2,706 

670 

1,962 

2,298 

2,691 



3,085 

678 

2,391 

1,825 
(NA) 
(NA) 

5,941 
833 
759 

1,01A 
636 

2,237 

2,3"4 



30,252 

5,074 

4,098 

976 

6,553^ 
3,986 
2,567 

1,539 

2,232 

524 

1,708 

1,626 

1,999 

3,420 

2,405 

608 

1,797 

1,549 

1,330 
219 

3,469 
565 
463 
742 

360 
1,339 

386 



939,413 

859,762 
79,023 

304,140 
198,248 
105,668 

533,768 

241,151 
40,883 
198,898 



816,633 

300,858 

376,934 
100,534 
276,132 

164,530 
(NA) 
(NA) 

425,541 
64,637 
53,449 

164, 90i 
34,534 

101,597 

211,633 



842,273 

786,408 

55,865 

272,122 
183,240 
88,882 

509,300 

233,233 
38,243 
194,990 

198,247 

794,161 

257, 124 

362,784 

98,714 

264,070 

158,814 
148,198 
10,616 

382,021 
56,427 
49,695 

157,080 
30,266 
88,553 

187,683 



11,417 
9,412 
2,005 

9,666 
5,224 
4,442 



2,715 

561 

.7, 154 

2,095 

2,802 

5,794 

3,149 

655 

2,494 

1,926 

1,575 

351 

6,004 
1,218 

667 
1,245 

549 
2,325 



129 



32,381 

6,070 
4,958 
1,112 

7,284 
4,192 
3,092 



2,115 

421 

1,694 

1,586 

2,287 

3,372 

2,533 

598 

1,985 

1,641 

1,409 

232 

3,860 
745 
551 
825 
363 

1,376 

123 



3,526,086 

695,036 

635,766 

59, 270 

255,892 
149,471 
106,421 

445,538 

242,872 

33,015 

209,857 

171,394 

572,846 



293,123 
81,388 
211,735 

137,386 
126,249 
11,137 

369,239 
58,770 
50,775 

147,822 
28,643 
83,229 

169,907 



3,264,991 

597,274 
549,227 
48,047 

231,708 
141,193 
90,515 

430,222 

234,146 

30,907 

203,239 

163,413 

553,547 

136, 969 

282,009 
79,277 
202,732 

132,790 

123,264 

9,526 

333,183 
46,496 
49,043 

137,127 
26,445 
74,072 

169,730 



Standard Notes: iD) 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 establishments without payroll which could 



. . . Represents zero. 
1948 Census of Retail Trade. I'or a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 1948 and 

not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



25-6 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 





County and city 


IVjtal 1 


Kind-of-business group | 


1 

1 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,0001 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1.0001 


Total 

(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

(tl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 






^7,262 


30,252 


4,525, 308 


4.197,762 


477,0 35 


192,596 


155,574 


49,428 


9,284 


939.41 3 


8.985 


304.140 










365 


177 


18.572 


16,344 


1 .617 


774 


633 


287 


56 


4.251 


34 


947 










208 
57 

138 

178 

333 


148 
29 

68 

1 12 

239 


16.179 
2.393 

8.058 

1 I .519 

28,241 


14.815 
1.529 

6.228 

10. 157 
26,245^ 


1 |51U 
103 

457 

773 

2,294 


721 
53 

245 

369 

1 ,044 


592 

41 

180 
294 
863 


225 
62 

148 

195 

356 


41 
15 

17 

18 

67 


3.694 
597 

1 .678 

1.S85 

5.B33 


30 
4 

20 

15 

38 


833 
1 14 

627 

326 

1.036 


s 




6 




7 


Audrain County 


fl 


t^xioo 


?06 
61 
66 

302 


150 
53 
35 

188 


19.242 
5.502 
3.497 

18.264 


18,104 
5.334 
2.807 

15.010 


1 ,756 
358 
170 

1 .218 


790 
170 
84 

620 


651 

146 

56 

510 


222 

53 
71 

328 


44 
15 
8 

43 


4,239 

1.274 

320 

3.514 


24 
5 
8 

42 


667 
95 

274 

673 


q 


Vandalia 






11 


Barry County 


12 


Monett (part)^ 


113 
189 

17« 


81 

107 

98 


8.115 
10.149 

10.754 


7.547 
8.4*3 

9.506 


694 
524 

550 


349 
271 

359 


279 
231 

287 


123 
205 

194 


9 
34 

33 


1.983 
1.531 

2.147 


16 
25 

23 


316 
357 

327 


lA 


Barton County 






101 
73 

231 


55 
US 

139 


7.088 
3.576 

14.365 


5.352 

3.244 

11.533 


451 
199 

978 


238 
121 

463 


191 
96 

385 


112 

82 

254 


21 
12 

35 


1.454 
593 

3.141 


13 
10 

35 


150 

177 

523 


16 




17 


Bates County 






98 
133 

13U 

118 

U77 


72 
67 

66 

16 

3"t7 


9.357 
5.008 

5.279 

5.303 

41 .098 


8.019 
3.514 

4.705 

3.987 

38.782 


763 
215 

385 

261 

4.178 


318 

145 

188 

139 

2.051 


264 
102 

133 

111 

1 .597 


99 
155 

146 

124 

472 


U 
24 

25 

21 

77 


1,960 
1,181 

841 

955 

8.936 


19 
16 

17 

15 

99 


392 
231 

381 

94 

2.960 






20 


Benton County 


22 


Boono County 


23 


Columbia 


3110 
157 

1.126 


266 

81 

756 


34.399 
6.699 

105.637 


32.997 

5.785 

98.985 


3.580 
49B 

I 1 .504 


1 .789 
262 

5.210 


1 .385 
212 

4.294 


321 

151 

1 .140 


57 

20 

192 


7.589 
1.347 

23.725 


71 
28 

257 


2.391 
569 

8,139 


25 


Buchanan County 


?fi 


985 
111 

U03 


681 
85 

259 


92.402 
13.235 

30.656 


85.785 
12.199 

28. 126 


10.675 
929 

2.554 


4.720 
490 

1.272 


3.959 
335 

1 .093 


982 
158 

423 


170 
22 

95 


18.459 
5.256 

6.396 


226 

31 

75 


6.549 
1 .490 

1.860 






28 


Butler County 

Poplar Bluff 

Remainder of County 

Caldwell County 

Callaway County 


29 

30 

31 
3? 


290 

113 

166 
?10 


208 
51 

90 

140 


26.110 
4.545 

9.485 

14.348 


24.622 
3.504 

7,857 

12.540 


2.318 
235 

552 

1 .205 


1 .125 
147 

304 

635 


958 
135 

223 

507 


305 
118 

188 

214 


65 

30 

28 
29 


5.468 
928 

1.702 

2.533 


49 
26 

25 

29 


1 .361 
499 

551 

981 






116 
9U 

152 

=i20 


92 
48 

72 

392 


9.517 
4.731 

5.800 

45.894 


9.195 
3.445 

4.500 

43.788 


924 
281 

355 

4.469 


460 
175 

208 

2.027 


372 
135 

174 

1 .595 


105 
109 

175 

521 


14 
15 

27 

98 


2.197 
436 

1.477 

9.319 


15 

14 

25 
74 


488 
493 

696 

1 .649 


3A 
35 
36 


Remainder of County 

Camden County 

Cape Girardeau County 


17 


341 
91 
85 

201 


280 
69 
43 

141 


33.703 
7.450 
4.731 

13.457 


32.719 
7. 120 
3.949 

11.895 


3.509 
698 
262 

1 .044 


1 .601 
283 
143 

459 


1 .246 
239 
1 10 

380 


338 

94 
89 

214 


54 
18 
16 

39 


6.625 
1.579 

1.115 

2.894 


49 
10 
15 

23 


1.227 
220 

202 

491 


1R 




3q 




in 




41 
A? 


Carrollton 


110 
91 

63 

279 


76 
65 

31 

191 


8.284 
5.183 

2.089 

20.416 


7.428 
4.457 

1.555 

18.542 


754 
280 

84 

1 .436 


325 

134 

66 
692 


270 
1 10 

50 

552 


1 10 
104 

73 

313 


13 
26 

13 

45 


1.401 
1.493 

397 

4.604 


10 
13 

15 

37 


, 303 
188 

205 

1 .092 


41 




44 




4*1 




88 
191 

15H 


70 
121 

80 


9.054 
11.362 

9,551 


8.776 
9.766 

8,171 


730 
705 

456 


334 
358 

274 


281 
271 

207 


101 
212 

167 


5 

40 

22 


1.750 
2,854 

1,783 


15 
22 

25 


448 
644 

415 


46 

47 


Remainder of County 

Cedar County 


/pR 




88 
66 

192 

131 

122 

613 


50 
30 

110 
59 
74 

427 


5.808 
3.743 

1 1 .580 

6.585 

6.940 

107.924 


5.054 
3.117 

10.008 

4,877 

5.002 

104.538 


276 
180 

625 

315 

374 

13.240 


173 
101 

315 

144 

214 

5.262 


123 
84 

268 

130 

174 

4.705 


89 
78 

214 

166 

142 

643 


16 
6 

27 

14 
19 
80 


1,172 
611 

2,279 

815 

1.277 

15.688 


14 
12 

24 

20 

17 

129 


296 

1 19 

413 

337 

303 

5.977 


4Q 




■lO 




'^1 




S? 




53 




54 


Excelsior Springs (part)^ 


125 
83 
9tt 
139 
172 

185 


89 
49 
70 
117 
102 

1 19 


7.81 1 
7.541 
9. 983 
71 .713 
10.875 

16.423 


7. 183 
6.81 1 
9.667 
71.429 
9.448 

14.853 


787 
996 
818 
9,843 
795 

914 


357 
411 
342 
3.705 
447 

449 


310 
344 
258 
3.418 
375 

350 


120 
96 
107 
1 19 
201 

217 


22 

9 

10 

9 

30 

31 


2.092 

1.499 
2.022 
5.910 
3.165 

3.683 


22 
17 
16 
33 

41 

27 


665 
1 .953 

476 
1 .432 
1 .451 

503 






^7 




■>fl 




59 




60 




81 
10« 

1117 


57 
52 

305 


8.218 
8.205 

40.505 


7.598 
7.265 

38.788 


491 
423 

3.946 


256 
193 

1 .762 


185 
165 

1 ,504 


92 

125 

408 


9 
22 

61 


2.S00 
1.183 

8.792 


15 
15 

56 


178 
325 

2.167 


61 




6? 




63 




369 

«8 

222 


277 
28 

130 


38.375 
2.130 

13.053 


35.964 
1.824 

11 ,747 


3,828 
1 18 

1, 134 


1 .688 
74 

594 


1 ,446 
38 

481 


358 
50 

221 


56 

5 

35 


8.537 
255 

2.413 


55 
1 1 

30 


1.854 
303 

744 






fi-i 


Cooper County 


66 


Boonville 


132 

90 


102 11.155 


10.755 


1,057 
77 


549 
45 


448 
33 


130 
91 


15 
19 


2.010 
403 


17 
13 


S6S 
156 


67 


Remainder of County 


28 1 .898 992 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable (Z) Less than $500. . .. Represents zero. 

^Honett is in Barry and Lawrence Countios. ^Excelsior Springe Is In Clay and Hay Covuitles. ■'Kansas City le In Clay and Jackson Counties. 

DeKalb Counties. 



*Caaeron ie In Clinton and 



MISSOURI 



25-7 



CITIES OF 2.500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 















Kind-of -business group— Continued 



















Genera] merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Furniture, home 

fumishingB, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores. 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


SalE£ 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Snips 

($1,000) 


^ 


2,5 39 


533.768 


_2,706^ 


211 , 151 


2,298 


210,707 


2,691 


816,633 


5.531 


300.858 


3.085 


376.931 


1,825 


161,530 


5.911 


125.511 


2.371 


21 1 .633 




18 


1<938 


22 


1.072 


19 


1 .211 


23 


3.578 


29 


1 .115 


IB 


2.173 


5 


192 


31 


1 .251 


6 


2(-a 




7 
1 1 


1 1489 
UU9 


2? 
• •• 


1 .072 

• • • 


15 
1 


1 .181 
33 


21 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


18 
11 


513 
532 


15 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


5 

• • • 


192 


26 

8 


909 
315 


6 

• • • 


208 

• • • 


L 


13 


508 


c 


158 


5 


191 


8 


1 .390 


29 


952 


20 


1 .330 


1 


1 15 


13 


960 


1 


15 




6 


296 


10 


321 


12 


320 


13 


2.500 


28 


1.111 


27 


2.520 


7 


(D) 


10 


1 .796 


1 


(D) 


i 


20 


2,5 36 


15 


901 


19 


1.511 


22 


5.287 


52 


1 .990 


27 


3.150 


8 


801 


51 


3.530 


1 1 


220 




9 
5 
5 


1,787 

653 

95 


11 

1 


(d) 

(D) 


13 
5 

1 


(D) 
850 
ID) 


15 

1 

2 


5.231 
(D) 
(D) 


27 

5 
20 


827 
276 

867 


11 

6 
7 


1 .978 
687 
795 


5 
2 
1 


627 

(D) 
(D) 


32 

10 

12 


2.125 
197 
908 


8 
1 
5 


11 1 

ID) 
(D) 


t 

IC 


21 


977 


18 


1 .011 


11 


539 


29 


3.559 


11 


1.113 


23 


1 .521 


12 


526 


19 


1.760 


7 


31 


1 


3 
IP 


U54 
523 


12 
6 


711 
267 


10 
1 


377 
162 


17 
12 


2.265 
1 .301 


13 
31 


138 
705 


10 
13 


595 
925 


2 
10 


(D) 
(D) 


17 
32 


(D) 
(D) 


1 
3 


22 
9 


1. 

1 


12 


505 


7 


308 


12 


353 


12 


2.031 


19 


189 


23 


1 .805 


6 


279 


23 


2.UR1 


1 


2? 


11 


7 
5 


30« 
201 


7 
• •• 


308 


7 
5 


(D) 


9 

3 


(D) 
(D) 


3 

16 


112 
377 


11 
9 


1 .115 
650 


3 
3 


171 
108 


15 
8 


(D) 
(D) 


7 

2 


(D) 
ID) 


1 
1 


25 


1.831 


5 


93 


9 


258 


15 


2.819 


39 


1.761 


20 


1 .680 


5 


317 


33 


1 .555 


9 


111 


r 


8 
17 


1.117 
71U 


2 
3 


(D) 
(D) 


1 
5 


166 

102 


10 

5 


2.712 
107 


12 
27 


558 
1 .095 


9 
11 


1 .217 
133 


2 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


19 

11 


602 
853 


7 

7 


(D) 
(D) 


1 
i< 


. 21 


715 


... 


... 


5 


(D) 


13 


712 


11 


IIP 


12 


933 


5 


168 


17 


(D) 


1 


18 


2( 


33 


1 .307 


2 


101 


5 


(0) 


7 


859 


11 


2B9 


9 


711 


1 


(Dl 


7 


102 


1 


26 


2 


18 


3.167 


31 


2.823 


26 


2.001 


22 


7.383 


61 


3.171 


28 


3.958 


17 


1 .179 


83 


1.929 


15 


291 


?- 


7 

n 


2.637 

530 


29 

2 


M 

(D) 


19 

7 


1 .663 
338 


18 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


31 
30 


1.911 
1.257 


20 

8 


3.305 
652 


11 

3 


1.355 
121 


61 
22 


1.136 
793 


13 
2 


(0) 
(D) 


2; 

2' 


2U 


12.516 


79 


7.775 


61 


7.351 


63 


19.519 


127 


5.582 


57 


6.P98 


57 


1.976 


152 


8.68? 


51 


951 


?■ 


23 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


77 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


62 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


62 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


81 
13 


2.826 
2.755 


52 

5 


5.953 
315 


52 
5 


1.888 
88 


129 
23 


6.227 

2.155 


18 
6 


931 
30 


2< 
2- 


22 


3.173 


19 


1.500 


19 


1 .357 


29 


6.722 


59 


2. 581 


21 


3.191 


15 


777 


32 


2.522 


11 


161 


2f 


11 
11 


2.192 

1 .281 


18 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


19 


1 .357 
• * • 


28 
1 


(Dl 
(D) 


36 
23 


1 .579 
1.102 


17 

7 


2.922 
272 


7 
8 


553 

1 11 


'\ 


(D) 
(D) 


11 
• • • 


161 


2= 
3C 


1 1 


507 


1 


101 


6 


91 


10 


2.109 


23 


722 


23 


I .151 


1 


1 11 


28 


(D) 


7 


26 


3 


25 


1 .7«9 


9 


392 


11 


520 


13 


2.300 


33 


1.970 


19 


1 .151 


6 


132 


26 


1 .759 


n 


118 


3! 


9 
16 


766 

983 


9 
• • • 


392 
• • • 


8 

3 


195 

25 


9 

1 


(d) 

(D) 


10 
23 


589 

1.381 


11 

8 


883 
581 


1 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


19 

7 


1 .310 
119 


8 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


3: 

3' 


16 


378 


1 


126 


3 


101 


9 


521 


21 


709 


1 1 


530 


2 


ID) 


31 


831 


2 


(D) 


35 


35 


5.182 


33 


3.119 


37 


3.307 


36 


8.121 


61 


3.6A5 


37 


1.535 


77 


1 .326 


70 


l.hftB 


11 


in 


3C 


9 

6 
20 


3.799 

298 

1 .385 


29 

3 
1 


2,721 
(D) 
101 


28 
6 

3 


2.819 

101 

87 


26 
7 
3 


7.132 

1.119 

170 


37 


2.311 
792 
529 


23 

10 
1 


2.951 

1 .301 

283 


20 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


15 

16 

9 


(D) 

1 .306 

(D) 


11 


103 

• • • 

• « . 


3- 

36 

3? 


10 


550 


12 


506 


12 


595 


13 


2.883 


28 


1.065 


22 


2.062 


5 


311 


27 


2.015 


9 


63 


IC 


6 


171 
79 


e 

1 


125 
80 


8 

1 


198 
93 


4 

1 


1 .531 
1 .219 


11 
17 


555 

110 


17 

5 


1 .655 
105 


1 

2 


(D). 
(0) 


15 
12 


(D) 
(D) 


9 


53 

• •• 


11 
12 


1 1 


515 


1 


101 


1 


ID) 


2 


(01 


12 


176 


2 


(D) 


1 


ID) 


6 


92 


... 


• • • 


12 


9 


301 


11 


553 


8 


700 


19 


3.253 


50 


2.582 


31 


3.209 


15 


899 


39 


2.999 


15 


111, 


11 


2 

7 


CD) 
(D) 


8 

3 


188 
175 


5 
3 


525 
175 


8 
11 


1.581 
1.559 


12 
38 


707 
1 .875 


10 
21 


2.057 
1 .152 


3 
12 


250 
519 


18 
21 


1.120 
1.879 


2 

13 


(D) 
(D) 


15 
16 


m 


525 


7 


217 


12 


352 


12 


1.751 


20 


551 


16 


773 


3 


150 


18 


2.681 


1 


20 


n 


5 
9 


225 
300 


5 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


9 

3 


195 

157 


8 

1 


(D) 

(D) 


7 
13 


266 
388 


7 
9 


286 

187 


2 
1 


(D) 
ID) 


1 1 

7 


(D) 
(D) 


1 


20 


ie 
IS 


21 


1 .001 


12 


311 


1 1 


395 


9 


1.712 


30 


1.053 


21 


1 .311 


5 


218 


27 


2.821 


5 


53 


5C 


17 


956 


2 


ID) 


3 


(0) 


7 


1 .093 


21 


503 


19 


752 


7 


175 


19 


1 .666 


2 


(D) 


51 


9 


519 


3 


18 


1 


191 


6 


1.001 


21 


1.229 


11 


1 .222 


1 


109 


15 


973 


6 


38 


52 


27 


3.157 


38 


3.285 


30 


2.308 


36 


15.708 


77 


6.211 


52 


11 .525 


22 


1.513 


85 


(Dl 


37 


101 


53 


5 
2 
IX 
6 
10 


726 
(Dl 
10) 
<D) 
366 


9 

? 
12 
12 

3 


288 
ID) 
530 
2.123 
(D) 


5 
3 
10 
7 
5 


152 
IDl 
152 
1.131 
(D) 


7 

2 

10 

12 

5 


1.231 

(D) 

3.518 

9.579 

(D) 


10 
13 
5 
15 
33 


510 

7S0 

352 

2.331 

2.298 


9 

9 

9 

9 

16 


192 

589 

1 .257 

8.511 

763 


5 
3 
3 
5 
6 


173 
313 
326 
(D) 
(D) 


25 
1 1 
12 
22 
'5 


572 

183 

(D) 

2.162 

1 .227 


6 
12 

3 
3 
8 


300 
272 

36 
(D) 

70 


51 
55 
56 
57 

58 


16 


536 


1 1 


519 


7 


217 


12 


2.857 


21 


663 


23 


1 .751 


8 


181 


23 


5.008 


6 


62 


59 


6 
10 


315 
221 


9 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


1 
3 


137 
80 


6 

5 


1.727 
1 .110 


5 
15 


2*1 
102 


9 
11 


732 
1 .019 


1 
1 


259 
225 


10 
13 


(D) 
(D) 


5 


62 
• • • 


50 
61 


21 


3.971 


29 


2.589 


17 


2.013 


32 


8.302 


53 


2.135 


28 


1. 101 


12 


1.271 


71 


1.360 


27 


369 


62 


15 
6 


3.601 
373 


29 


2.589 

• •• 


17 
• • • 


2.013 

• • • 


31 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


13 
10 


2.015 
389 


25 
3 


3.952 
152 


12 


1.271 
• •• 


63 
8 


(D) 
(D) 


23 

1 


313 
26 


63 
61 


19 


1 .054 


7 


515 


11 


1 .537 


13 


2 . 308 


36 


1 .235 


20 


1 .567 


11 


188 


21 


1 .018 


13 


171 


65 


^ 
15 


767 
287 


7 


515 

a • • 


12 

2 


(D) 

(Dl 


13 


2.308 
• • • 


17 
19 


827 

106 


12 
8 


1.359 
208 


6 
5 


313 
115 


19 

5 


(D) 
(D) 


9 

1 


110 
31 


66 
67 



25-8 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



County and city 



Crawford County 

Sullivan (part)'.... 
Remainder of County. 



Dade County .... 
Dallas County. . 
L.avless County. 



De Kalb County 

Cameron (part)' 

Remainder of County. 



Dent County 

Salem 

Remainder of County. 



Douglas Coxinty. 



Dunklin County 

Kennett 

Maiden 

Remainder of County. 



Franklin County 

Sullivan (part)'.... 

Union 

Washington 

Remainder of County. 



Gasconade County 

Hermann 

Remainder of County. 



Gentry County. 



Greene County 

Springfield 

Remainder of County. 



Grundy County 

Trenton 

Remainder of County. 



Harrison County 

Bethany 

Remainder of County. 



Henry County 

Clinton 

Remainder of County. 



Hickory County. . 



AO Holt County. 



Howard County 

Fayette 

Remainder of County. 



Howell County 

West Plains 

Remainder of County. 



Iron County. 



Jackson County 

Independence 

Kansas City (part)'. 

Lees Summit 

Remainder of Coxmty. 



Jasper County 

Carthage 

Joplln (part)'^ 

Webb City 

Remainder of County. 



Jefferson County 

Crystal City 

De Soto 

Festus 

Remainder of County. 



Johnson County 

Warrensburg 

Remainder of County. 

Knox County 



Laclede County 

Lebanon 

Remainder of County. 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



126 



"5" 

1211 

1 18 
135 
13U 
130 



Itt 
116 



111 
3« 



189 

98 

,'55 

511 



79 

75 

118 

239 

197 



1 , m9 
206 



158 
56 



85 

102 



173 
151 



65 

139 



mu 

1140 



6.09S 



1)85 

5, 01+6 

88 

1179 

1 ,212 



2m 
656 
101 
?«1 

■^05 



80 
107 

76 
2U2 



With 
payroll 



6« 
59 
80 
66 



77 
10 



t9 
57 
96 
115 



51 
6i» 



8 37 



717 
120 



100 
32 



107 
73 

21 

99 

101 



1+. 100 



289 

52 
3145 

7it0 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1.0001 



TdT 

(D) 
6.310 
7.625 
8.047 
6.036 



605 
5.1431 



7. 3 38 
1 .61414 



5,897 
38.213 



16.577 

7.903 

13.733 

37,090 



5,713 

6,688 

10,829 

13.860 

12,110 



5,92H 
6, 186 



"■106,222 
11,623 



13.109 
2.087 



9.125 
6.113 



12.820 
6.317 

2.295 

9.627 
7.762 



3.957 
3.805 



1 1 .5143 
7.780 



933.8'»7 



138 

i»26 

61 

115 



142 
136 



58 
67 
148 
124 



104 
70 



125 
18 



53,369 

827. 141+ 

7.860 

145.484 

95,520 



16,113 

62,709 

5.760 

10.938 

34.996 



7.24P 

8.036 

5.296 

14.415 

18.760 



1 1 .334 
7.435 



5.543 
18.758 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1.0001 



(Dl 

(D) 

5.326 
6,083 
6,9<11 
4,452 



505 
3.947 



6,538 
1.188 



15,813 

7,379 

1 1,767 

3'4.092 



5,193 

6, 140 

10, 493 

12.266 

10,448 



5,206 
5.242 



98, 124 
10,031 



12,343 
1.737 



8.783 
5,525 



1 1.466 
4.653 



3,617 
3,299 



1C,7C1 
6.630 



891 ,88; 



49, 091 

793, C18 

7.392 

42.382 

86.842 



Payroll, 
entire year 



(D) 
(D) 



5B 
242 



1 .442 
724 
904 

3,060 



457 

454 

1 , 180 

959 

711 



343 
368 



12,898 



11,663 
1,235 



1 ,21Q 
1 34 



54R 
312 



1 ,U56 
349 



31"; 
221 



722 

359 



1 19.255 



14,617 

58,607 

5,032 

8,5«6 

31.248 



6,668 
7,306 
4,824 
12,450 

15,652 



15,510 
2, 148 



10,656 
5,995 



5, 105 
1 6 , 1 38 



14,588 
1 ,550 



5.350 

109.578 

514 

3,713 

9. 127 



1 .401 

6.710 

437 

579 

2,715 



Paid employees, 
workiveek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



ID) 

(D) 



225 
175 



142 
311 



291 

20 



717 
349 
467 

1 , 352 



227 
195 
470 
460 

352 



170 
182 



5,090 
543 



274 
180 



474 
197 



185 
135 



401 
2C9 



43,596 



2.003 

39.798 

236 

1 ,561 

4.252 



666 
574 
523 
951 



1 ,006 
468 



670 

3,007 

265 

31" 



261 
245 
232 

41 1 

745 



5C0 
245 



172 
677 



501 
75 



FuU 
workweek 



IDl 

(D) 



201 
140 



3n 
1 10 



252 
19 



153 



58" 
291 
393 



161 
376 
344 



136 

134 



4,429 
442 



425 
59 



240 
148 



402 
168 



266 
257 



329 
171 



35,305 



1 ,489 

32. 389 

202 

1 ,225 

3.576 



567 

,2.584 

181 

244 

904 



191 
201 
193 
31° 

576 



390 
186 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 



(D) 
(D) 

120 

154 

148 



131 
42 



174 

95 

257 



73 
1 12 
260 



154 
1, 359 



1 , 140 
219 



151 
53 



183 
167 

72 

145 

155 



168 
152 



5,375 



514 

5,215 

95 

550 

1 ,251 



231 
553 
1 12 
255 

551 



98 
125 

78 
250 

2?5 



147 
138 



Kind-of-business group 



Food stores 



Estab- 

lish- 

menta 

(Number) 



23 

10 



43 
25 
75 



236 
27 



15 
996 



93 

819 

9 

75 

242 



149 
19 
30 



Sales 

($1,000) 



... 
1 ,880 



1 ,124 
1.325 



2 1 652 



1,550 
1.102 



2.795 
1 .402 
3.208 

9.030 



1 .126 
1 .608 
2,691 
3.605 

2.493 



1,503 
990 



22,885 
1,050 



2,223 

351 



1 llEO 
1.063 



2.539 

1 .745 



355 
1 .033 



1 .805 
1 .519 



155.887 



13.852 

127,443 

1.817 

12,765 

2 1 , 1 09 



3,737 

13,042 

2,479 

1 ,851 

10,231 



,554 
2,293 

942 
4,332 

4,30B 



2,873 
1,435 



2,476 
406 



Eating, drinking 
places 



EsUb- 

lish- 

ments 

(Number) 



21 

12 

234 



189 
45 



12 
1 ,316 



68 

1 ,135 

10 

102 

225 



25 

139 

14 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. 

■'Kansas City Is In Clay and Jackson Counties. ^Cameron is in Clinton and De Kalb Counties. 

*Joplin is in Jasper and Newton Counties. 



(Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents zero. 
Sullivan is in Crawford and Franklin Counties. 



Sales 

($1,000) 



(0) 
(0) 



158 
201 



205 
27 



553 
220 
684 

2.834 



391 

315 

735 

1 .393 

740 



254 
475 



5.693 
1 .462 



623 
164 



319 
392 



630 
467 



1 17 
270 



382 
373 



53,674 



2,125 

58,037 

1"3 

3,319 

5,729 



641 

4,172 

325 

591 

2,973 



574 

443 

455 

1 .391 

1 ,336 



543 
795 



168 
737 



526 
2"1 



MISSOURI 



25-9 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 









Kind-of-business group— Continued 


'^^ 


General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Fiimiture, home 

furnishings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drugstores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailen 


i 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Snips 

(»1.000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

($1,0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
menta 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

(»1,000) 


1 


13 


567 


5 


1U7 


6 


243 


9 


1.787 


13 


5B1 


7 


(D) 


7 


274 


10 


1.102 


1 


(D) 




• • • 
13 


567 


5 


*U7 


• • • 

6 


243 


9 


1 .787 


• •• 

13 


• •• 

581 


1 
5 


ID) 
501 


f • • 

7 


• • • 
274 


10 


... 

1.102 


1 


(D) 




2" 


S92 


U 


199 


2 


(01 


5 


578 


16 


340 


16 


1 .108 


4 


179 


14 


(D) 


6 


24 


L 


27 


776 


3 


70 


1 1 


546 


9 


1 .539 


20 


674 


13 


786 


5 


197 


13 


1.573 


• •• 


... 




13 


5oy 


5 


131 


5 


201 


10 


2.225 


20 


701 


15 


1.110 


5 


245 


18 


1 .201 


5 


48 


( 


6 


203 


7 


(D) 


2 


(01 


10 


801 


32 


795 


15 


1 .129 


3 


133 


1 1 


1.120 


4 


15 




6 


203 


2 

5 


(D) 
111 


2 


(01 


1 
9 


(D) 
(D) 


5 
27 


179 
616 


1 
15 


(D) 
(D) 


• • • 

3 


133 


• • • 

1 1 


1 .120 


2 

2 


(D) 
(0) 


f 
< 


17 


1 ,066 


ir 


UU6 


U 


455 


13 


1.098 


16 


650 


13 


1 .060 


3 


185 


19 


1.103 


4 


24 


If 


1S 

7 


835 
231 


ir 

• ■ • 


UU6 
• • • 


u 

• • • 


455 


11 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


10 
6 


488 
172 


to 

3 


1 .009 
51 


3 


185 
• *• 


15 
3 


(D) 
(D) 


4 

• •• 


24 
• .« 


1 


15 


989 


6 


2UU 


... 


... 


9 


1.023 


11 


542 


6 


(D) 


3 


240 


1 1 


ID) 


... 


a •• 


1 


2P 


2l0«6 


23 


2.650 


27 


1.159 


42 


8.405 


58 


4,437 


48 


6.035 


21 


940 


75 


3.637 


5 


40 


11 


5 

U 

19 


589 

ton 

1 1053 


11 

7 
5 


2.066 
383 
201 


9 
9 
9 


355 

544 
260 


30 
8 

4 


5.009 
1 .999 

398 


17 

7 
34 


790 

451 

3.196 


14 

8 

26 


1 .931 
1 .337 

2.767 


7 
4 
10 


354 
206 
380 


27 

14 
34 


(D) 
957 
(D) 


4 
2 


(D) 

• • a 

(D) 


1 
1< 

r 


m 


3. 102 


33 


1.35U 


29 


1 .700 


35 


7.222 


59 


2.919 


35 


3.217 


14 


1.058 


57 


4.448 


13 


196 


If 


b 

7 

6 

2fl 


^80 

828 

1 f3ie 


U 
5 

If. 

lu 


205 
176 
557 
U16 


3 

a 

9 
13 


(D) 
(D) 
655 
453 


8 

7 
1 1 


1.590 
2.397 
1 .374 
1 .761 


15 

8 

10 

25 


753 

278 

505 

1.382 


3 

4 

9 

19 


(D) 

(D) 

1 .051 

1 .500 


3 
2 
3 
5 


135 
(0) 
(0) 
348 


6 

6 
18 
27 


508 

383 

1.929 

1.628 


2 
3 

4 
4 


(Dl 
36 

(D) 
55 


i< 

2( 

2 
2 


26 


1.2ei» 


1U 


2U1 


9 


695 


10 


1.170 


28 


1 .003 


26 


3.358 


7 


451 


19 


645 


6 


20 


2. 


20 


?05 
979 


7 
7 


121 

1 17 


5 

4 


358 
337 


7 
3 


950 
210 


1 1 
17 


375 
528 


8 
18 


1 .USS 
1.903 


2 
5 


(D) 
(D) 


8 
1 1 


267 
378 


4 
2 


(0) 
(D) 


2' 

2 


B 


389 


6 


2U6 


3 


72 


9 


2.399 


23 


662 


17 


1 .525 


8 


295 


23 


1 .617 


6 


56 


2< 


■»9 


15.^08 


85 


7.519 


68 


7.049 


115 


22.845 


201 


8.5S9 


a? 


10.300 


38 


4,874 


157 


9.299 


52 


901 


2- 


32 

17 


15.60i» 

1 .sou 


83 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


66 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


107 
9 


21.818 

1 .027 


133 
58 


5.385 

3.173 


75 

7 


9.751 
539 


32 
6 


4,763 

m 


136 
21 


6.992 

2,307 


60 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


2 
2< 


n 


1 .UtiO 


11 


UU8 


13 


485 


12 


2.599 


25 


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25-10 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 



County and city 



Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



Total 



Elstablishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

{$1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Food stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Eating, drinking 
places 



Esteb- 
Ush- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Lafayette County 

Hlgginsville 

Lexington 

Remainder of County.. 



Lawrence County 

Aurora 

Monetl (part )'■ 

Remainder of County. 



Levfis County. . . 
Lincoln County. 



Linn County 

Brookfleld 

Marcellne 

Remainder of County. 



Livingston County 

Chilllcothe 

Remainder of County, 



McDonald County. 



Macon County 

Macon 

Remainder of County. 



Madison Coimty 

Fredericktown. ...'... 
Remainder of County. 



Maries County. 



Marion County 

Hannibal (part)''. . . . 
Remainder of County. 



Mercer County. 



Miller County 

Eldon 

Remainder of County. 



Mississippi County.... 

Charleston 

East Prairie 

Remainder of County. 



Moniteau County 

California 

Remainder of County. 



Monroe County. 



Montgomery County. 
Morgan County 



New Madrid County 

New Madrid 

Portageville 

Sikeston (part)^ 

Remainder of County. 



Newton County 

Joplln (part)^ 

Neosho 

Remainder of County. 



Nodaway County 

Maryville 

Renainder of County. 

Oregon County 



Osage Coxinty.. 
Ozark County. 



Pemiscot County 

Caruthersville 

Hayti 

Remainder of County. 



Perry County 

Perryville 

Remainder of County. 



Pettis County 

Sedalia 

Remainder of County. 



373 



73 

106 
19't 



ST 
10 

163 
219 



191 
3U 



98 
123 



80 
56 



61 
U55 



349 
106 



_i3 
106 



1 15 
63 
58 



63 
7U 



159 
ISl 
333 



55 

60 

10 

?08 

334 



12 
162 

160 



mo 

181 



119 
62 



3«1 
93 



25ta96 



53 

76 

1 12 



6t213 
8,971 
10,712 

15,658 



23,5"') 



977 



104 
101 
123 
179 



5,709 

936 

9,013 

9.907 

15, 177 

1 7 1 56 1 



5,755 
8,579 
9,160 

13,752 



91 
36 
52 



9,202 
2,840 
5,519 



5,829 
(D) 
(D) 

8.719 

1},t99 

15,481 



511 

83S 
69? 

933 



205 

405 
365 

513 



_42i. 



292 

29'; 



183 
25 

305 



75 
115 
233 

358 



"■966 



147 

21 

229 



8,472 

2,688 

• 321 



820 

220 
271 



1 10 

7 

241 

170 

219 

321 



10 

1 

35 

28 



1 ,279 
1,878 
1 ,81 1 

2,731 



372 
125 
142 



307 

98 
125 



138 

48 

135 

235 



1,135 
(Dl 
(D) 



4,060 



145 
20 



89 
141 



16,607 
3,239 



12,729 
14,777 



9,395 
5,382 



15,705 
3,055 



ir,855 
13,073 



1 ,52T 
126 



71 1 
57 



621 
5f- 



2,138 

874 

1 ,068 



2,998 
495 



217 
235 



,991 
4,082 



587 
247 



352 
139 



285 
1 10 



105 
13C 



1 ,821 
757 



249 
80 



6,013 
2,265 



3,687 

32.512 



65 
48 



214.864 
7,548 



5,297 

11,717 



5,583 
1 ,834 



2,997 

30.706 



40^^ 
1 U6 



1 74 
3.202 



23,512 
7,194 



4,579 
9.977 



2,597 
605 



249 
57 



1 ,579 



16 

11 
84 



1f43>< 
515 



7,431 
4,279 



7,020 
2,937 



525_ 
190 



1 ,255 
314 



_^41 



991 
25" 



345 
1 10 



6,670 
1 ,273 



252 
89 



214 
73 



95 
125 



1,595 
854 



9,195 
4,675 
2,305 



8,733 
4,390 
1,941 



783 
368 
131 



359 

184 
82 



289 

141 

52 



1 15 
58 
60 



2,086 

1,245 

746 



49 
44 

1 12 

1 19 

77 

223 



5,984 
4,531 

11 ,289 

11,111 

8,432 

20,775 



■ 3.840 
4,221 

10.671 

ir,167 

7,458 

18,847 



4,371 

6,840 

385 

9,179 

24,785 



3,997 

6,590 

355 

7,9-^5 

22,503 



1 15 
98 



389 
14,31 1 
10,085 



343 
13,137 
9,023 



14,367 
7,193 



13,745 
5,7"9 



9,515 
6,656 
10,439 



,751 
,2'-2 
,499 



251 

43 



8, .782 
2,853 



35,460 



8,298 
2,547 



32,110 
• 350 



30,462 
2,440 



301 
297 

776 

646 

515 

1 ,568 



178 
147 

404 

349 

254 

895 



123 
322 
255 
204 
687 



184 
127 
345 



384 

524 

37 

623 

I ,487 



200 
347 

338 

758 



170 

225 

10 

277 

633 



902 
769 



"•616 



61 
71 

10 
203 

348 



I ,084 
335 



489 
242 



431 

1 9.1 



1,017 
912 

(Dl 
(D) 

3. 764 

— rrr 

2,171 
(D) 



1 ,425 
378 



647 
191 



155 
214 



2,4t4 
t,3i7 



382 
293 
343 



337 
229 

288 



141 

"■5 

142 



1,69» 
l,5b1 
3^01 4 



810 
202 



407 
125 



30.-' 
92 



1 ,552 
133 



3,29e 
131 



1 ,506 
104 



1 .292 

86 



344 
103 



6^335 
921 



Standard Notes: 

'Monett Is In 

Counties. 



tes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not appUcabJe. (Z) Less than $600. ... Represents zero. . 

n Barry and Laifrence Counties. "Joplln Is In Jasper and Newton Counties. 'Hannibal Is In Marlon and Ralls Counties. °St: 



14 

3 

31 

28 



67 
25 



748 
515 



261 

37 

425 

521 

575 



416 
135 
2f-1 



502 
275 



■=21 
297 



1 •6-5 
731 



282 
538 



365 

107 
85 



217 
165 



289 

315 
101 
(D) 

909 



(D) 
315 



741 
43U 



744 
2 56 
2'i3 



fit 
30C 



1 ^931 
330 



keston is In New Madrid and Scott 



MISSOURI 



25-11 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 

















Kind-of-business group— Continued 















General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stozes 


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 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 

lish- 

ment£ 

(Number) 


Sales 

(Jl.OOOl 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 

Ush- 

ments 

(Numberl 


.Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lUh- 
ments 
(No.l 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish, 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


1 


15 


1 1 550 


2f 


1 .162 


30 


1 .340 


25 


4.986 


50 


2.378 


38 


2.427 


18 


1 . 144 


44 


4.235 


26 


2^0 


1 


U 
u 
7 


307 

a"5 

138 


7 
9 
u 


313 
621 

198 


6 

1 1 
13 


508 
442 
390 


7 

6 

13 


1 .898 
1 .291 
1 .797 


10 
IC 
40 


377 

382 

1 .619 


9 

7 

22 


770 

375 

1 .282 


3 

3 

12 


403 
349 
392 


5 

14 
24 


120 
2.058 
2.057 


9 

4 

14 


55 
22 

112 


2 
3 

4 


?7 


1.016 


12 


605 


18 


1 .017 


21 


3.071 


61 


1.539 


29 


2.325 


10 


571 


31 


2,983 


10 


76 


5 


• • • 
25 


(D) 
(D* 


• •• 
7 


2«3 


9 


252 


'l*2 


1.092 


17 

2 

42 


5=4 
ID) 

(D) 


6 

1 

22 


629 
(Dl 
(D) 


2 
... 

8 


(Q) 
. . . 

(D) 


9 
3 

19 


51 1 
(Dl 
(D) 


, 2 
8 


(D) 
.. • 

(D) 


6 
7 
8 


21 


600 


3 


(0) 


10 


260 


8 


2.683 


19 


664 


17 


1 .355 


7 


133 


22 


(D) 


... 


. a . 


9 


29 


1 7ayi 


6 


102 


9 


309 


13 


4.227 


19 


745 


24 


2.605 


7 


195 


31 


2.232 


6 


34 


10 


1' 


1.626 


lu 


539 


13 


443 


20 


3.960 


36 


1.175 


20 


1 .995 


16 


651 


46 


2.291 


7 


88 


11 


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1 1 


565 
1<39 
962 


1 1 

3 


(D) 
(0) 


8 

5 


359 
75 


11 
5 

3 


2.479 
(D) 
ID) 


15 
... 

21 


787 
389 


9 
2 
9 


1 .072 
(01 

(0) 


9 
3 
8 


337 

204 
1 10 


17 
12 
17 


613 

283 

1.395 


1 
2 

4 


(D) 
(D) 
46 


12 
13 
14 


o 


1.U58 


17 


1 .C113 


18 


806 


9 


2.977 


23 


1 .39r 


26 


3,272 


6 


656 


38 


3.561 


5 


315 


15 


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1 .309 
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17 
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806 


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14 
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1 .054 
296 


21 

5 


(D) 
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... 


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1 


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ID) 


6 
... 


315 

.. . 


15 
17 


21 


2.21U 


3 


29 


a 


84 


10 


2.144 


22 


819 


5 


355 


6 


(D) 


47 


4.657 


2 


(D) 


18 


22 


1.356 


13 


700 


13 


623 


14 


3.190 


23 


1 .C02 


26 


2.273 


1 1 


475 


31 


1.722 


3 


79 


19 


18 


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732 


9 


5U7 
153 


7 
6 


507 
1 16 


7 

7 


2.671 
519 


4 
19 


334 
668 


13 
13 


1 .292 

981 


5 
5 


353 

123 


18 

13 


(D) 
(D) 


2 

1 


(0) 
(D) 


20 
21 


1" 


563 


6 


169 


7 


277 


6 


1 .443 


16 


578 


6 


907 


6 


217 


1 1 


1 .287 


8 


57 


22 




351 
212 


6 
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169 


7 
... 


277 

... 


4 

2 


(D) 
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8 


375 
203 


5 
... 


907 


4 
2 


(D) 
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8 

3 


(D) 
ID) 


2 

6 


(D) 

(D) 


23 

24 


lu 


531 


2 


(D) 


3 


(0) 


7 


939 


8 


276 


5 


412 


2 


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713 


... 


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25 


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1,929 


36 


1.957 


25 


1 .932 


28 


6.325 


63 


3.839 


31 


3.294 


15 


987 


58 


1 .877 


9 


93 


25 


12 
? 


(d) 

(D) 


J"- 

6 


1.777 
180 


20 

5 


(d) 

ID) 


21 

7 


5.707 
619 


41 
22 


1.619 
2.22^ 


17 
14 


1 .750 
1 .544 


13 

2 


(D) 
(Dl 


47 
1 1 


1.297 
580 


9 
... 


93 
... 


27 

28 


" 


163 


5 


56 


6 


79 


5 


IDI 


14 


491 


15 


1 .172 


2 


(Dl 


15 


1.270 


4 


16 


29 


11+ 


1,114 


6 


175 


9 


365 


10 


2.848 


30 


834 


13 


994 


5 


193 


31 


1.907 


4 


18 


30 


1" 


6li 
503 


4 
2 


(D) 
IDI 


6 

3 


147 
219 


9 

1 


(D) 
(Dl 


15 

15 


495 
3U9 


6 

7 


785 
208 


2 
4 


(D) 

(D) 


12 
19 


744 
1.153 


2 
2 


(0) 
(D) 


31 
32 


U, 


1 .630 


3 


309 


1 1 


921 


14 


2.968 


29 


1.233 


20 


3.195 


8 


479 


24 


723 


13 


75 


33 


2 
P 


731 
101 
•(D) 


1 

2 

• •• 


(Dl 
(Dl 


6 

5 

... 


762 
158 


5 

7 
2 


(D) 

1 .''46 

(Dl 


15 
5 
9 


698 

149 
396 


12 

6 
2 


1 .715 
(D) 
(Dl 


U 
3 
1 


324 

(D) 
(Dl 


IS 
4 
5 


415 
144 
163 


9 

5 
3 


34 
(0) 
(D) 


34 
35 
35 


9 


673 


U 


121 


12 


543 


10 


2.116 


22 


695 


15 


1 .223 


4 


145 


16 


1.003 


8 


42 


37 


t 

5 


387 
286 


2 
2 


(0) 
(Dl 


6 
6 


305 
238 


4 
6 


762 
1 .354 


14 


345 
351- 


5 
1 1 


517 
705 


2 
2 


(01 
(Dl 


10 
6 


41 1 
592 


4 
4 


16 
24 


38 
39 


11 


516 


12 


397 


9 


75n 


9 


2.294 


15 


659 


19 


1 .971 


6 


213 


18 


1 .998 


4 


29 


40 


19 


899 


5 


170 


5 


(Dl 


9 


1 .482 


19 


1.^17 


13 


1 .922 


8 


393 


33 


(D) 


9 


70 


41 


9 


3U9 


6 


511 


5 


156 


8 


1 .136 


22 


885 


8 


914 


3 


120 


15 


1.710 


4 


20 


42 


32 


2.U92 


12 


782 


18 


1 .191 


1 1 


1 .793 


37 


2.098 


24 


4.371 


14 


591 


38 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


43 


U 

5 

• •• 

23 


28U 
971 

1.237 


3 
• • • 


(0) 
(Dl 

(Dl 


2 

4 

12 


(Dl 
253 

(D) 


3 
7 

1 


(D) 
1.271 

(Dl 


5 
6 
2 

24 


29' 
699 
(Dl 
(D) 


5 

6 

1 

12 


1.110 

1 .953 

(Dl 

(D) 


2 
2 

I'' 


(Dl 
(01 

330 


8 

5 

3 

22 


21 1 
510 
(0) 
692 


... 
... 

2 


... 

... 
... 

(D) 


44 
45 
46 
47 


13 


1.061 


12 


866 


13 


556 


34 


7,989 


60 


2.824 


33 


2.01 1 


9 


533 


41 


4.292 


9 


60 


48 


• • • 

8 


616 

Ua5 


• • ■ 
1 1 

1 


• • a 

(D) 
(Dl 


"8 
5 


215 
341 


i 

22 

13 


ID) 

'■.;73 

(D) 


3 

21 
36 


126 

897 

1.801 


1 
18 
14 


(01 

1 .608 

(D) 


... 
5 
3 


448 
85 


17 
24 


... 

402 

3.890 


5 

4 
2 


(D) 
24 
(P) 


49 
50 
51 


22 


1 .Pc^P 


15 


556 


15 


54-1 


14 


U.040 


53 


2.164 


36 


3,326 


14 


550 


53 


3.228 


12 


86 


52 


13 


1 l'l7■^ 
513 


10 

5 


528 
28 


10 

5 


462 
178 


12 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


13 

40 


575 
1 .599 


1 1 
25 


2.169 
1 .137 


6 
8 


402 
148 


27 
26 


(D) 
(D) 


8 
4 


52 
24 


53 
54 


10 


321 


3 


(Dl 


3 


4-1 


14 


1.396 


14 


429 


1 1 


527 


2 


(Dl 


12 


1 ,417 


... 


... 


55 


18 


',92 


• • • 


... 


4 


190 


8 


1.719 


10 


439 


14 


495 


2 


(01 


1 1 


1 ,579 


2 


(D) 


55 


32 


873 


3 


(Dl 


1 


(01 


2 


(D) 


In 


253 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


16 


534 


? 


(D) 


57 


25 


3.35« 


IH 


1 .198 


16 


1.40U 


31 


'J . "2 1 


34 


2.625 


25 


3.175 


12 


672 


43 


1 .592 


3 


18 


58 


5 

5 

15 


■156 

U55 

2.4U3 


7 

a 


608 
213 
377 


6 
3 

7 


591 
324 
489 


14 
8 
9 


3.172 
756 
993 


6 

. 11 

17 


247 

818 

1.551 


1 1 

7 
7 


■=60 

1 .319 

997 


4 
4 
4 


285 
210 
175 


24 

7 
12 


(D) 
525 
(0) 


1 
2 


(Dl 
... 
101 


59 
50 
61 


11 


2.3< 2 


-< 


76 


11 


542 


13 


1.214 


29 


1.374 


17 


ii'ei 


4 


2H5, 


25 


1 .404 


4 


2? 


62 


3 


(01 
(D) 


3 


76 


10 
1 


(D) 
(Dl 


11 
2 


(d) 

(D) 


19 
10 


926 
44t' 


P 
a 


1 .188 
■=93 


3 
1 


ID) 


18 

7 


1.075 
329 


4 

... 


22 


63 

64 


13 


3.1 -5 


31 


2.157 


23 


1 .907 


29 


9.014 


61 


2.227 


27 


3.364 


1 1 


''?"? 


60 


3.895 


17 


357 


55 


11 

7_ 


(D) 
(0) 


31 

• •• 


J..157 


22 

1 


(D)' 
(01 


26 

3 


7. 981 
133 


34 
27 


1.396 
831 


19 
8 


2,997 
367 


9 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


55 
5 


3.279 
517 


17 


357 


56 
67 



25-12 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA .STATISTICS 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 







Total 






Kind-of-business group 


i 


County and city 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (tmin- 
corporated 
busines.ses 
only) 

(Number) 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


I 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
pavroU 
(Sl.OOO) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 






276 


196 


22.931 


21 ,161 


1.962 


961 


818 


302 


60 


5,279 


52 


1.767 






150 
126 

265 


118 
78 

165 


16^873 
6.061 

17.719 


16,091 
5.373 

15.659 


1.538 
121 

1 ,161 


697 
267 

557 


626 
222 

151 


157 
115 

286 


28 
32 

37 


3.751 
1 .528 

3.112 


21 
28 

12 


1 .126 
63>y 

886 


3 




4 




5 




97 

168 

?03 
198 


77 

88 

103 
90 


a. Ill 
9.605 

19.617 

13.220 


7.818 
7.811 

17.169 

11.178 


63? 
53? 

1 ,170 

710 


280 
277 

503 

105 


238 
226 

388 

321 


103 
183 

226 

205 


11 
23 

33 

30 


1 .666 
1 .116 

1.066 

1.509 


18 
21 

16 

21 


11 1 
175 

870 

325 






7 












88 
110 

191 

129 

80 


50 

10 

128 
59 
18 


8.823 
1.397 

13.619 

5.739 

1.296 


7.993 
3.185 

12.107 

1.025 

3.820 


551 

1 89 

991 
275 
257 


261 
111 

511 

137 

130 


216 

108 

168 
1 1 1 
1 10 


102 
103 

227 

115 
91 


12 

18 

37 
23 
12 


1 .ObO 
529 

2.965 

992 

1 .061 


8 
16 

30 

18 

10 


171 

151 

1 .316 
189 
210 














13 








6 
72 

323 


2 

16 

213 


173 
1.123 

25.186 


10) 
(D) 

23.010 


10) 
(D) 

2,279 


(D) 
(D) 

1 .013 


(D) 
(D) 

377 


(D) 
(D) 

352 


'12 
60 


• •• 

1 .061 

1.832 


2 
8 

19 


ID) 
(D) 

1 .728 


15 












217 
106 

191 


157 
56 

1 18 


21 .039 
1.117 

1 1 .865 


19.981 
3.059 

10,627 


2,026 
253 

816 


875 
158 

119 


717 
131 

310 


227 
125 

200 


12 
18 

10 


1.062 
750 

2.151 


32 
17 

22 


1.121 
501 

313 


18 




19 




20 

21 


Excelaior Springs (part)^ 


5 

103 

86 

67 

102 

376 


5 
75 
38 

21 

52 

212 


317 
8.611 
2.901 

2.970 

6.181 

35.593 


317 
e.051 
2,226 

2.058 

1.889 

32.955 


39 
666 
1 11 

1 09 

305 

3,208 


15 
333 

71 

53 

159 

1.316 


11 

257 

59 

15 

135 

1 ,020 


3 

103 

91 

59 

1 10 

399 


19 
21 

16 

27 

58 


• • • 

1 .757 
687 

512 

1 .981 

7.239 


1 
11 

7 

6 
12 

91 


(D) 
251 

(D) 

80 

171 

2.681 






23 




2<V 




25 




26 




'16 
160 

131 

126 


161 

78 

65 
300 


23.188 
12.105 

5.798 

30.782 


22.012 

K'.913 

1.716 
28.168 


2.307 

901 

2B1 
2.583 


938 
378' 

161 

1.213 


718 
302 

1 32 

1 ,030 


218 
181 

157 

155 


35 
23 

22 

103 


5.657 
1.5B2 

790 

10.110 


18 
12 

22 

71 


1 .177 
1 .201 

320 

1 .3 31 


















61 
103 

95 
169 

3,705 


19 
69 
71 

1 n 

2.389 


3. 817 
8.195 
9.539 
8.931 

156, 376 


3.699 
7.667 
9.067 
8,035 

151.181 


289 
677 
963 
651 

15,675 


112 
290 
128 
353 

16,738 


1 13 
219 
361 
301 

12.525 


60 
107 

92 
195 

3,696 


18 
15 
15 
55 

707 


1.117 
1.918 
2.292 
1.513 

151 .613 


7 
17 
13 
37 

61" 


171 
301 
311 
575 

27.111 


31 




32 


Flat River 














51 
23 
93 

218 

109 

62 

12 

13 

115 

27 

215 

26 

'00 

185 

38 

81 

no 

15 

12 

60 

333 

31 

182 

130 

1 .268 

10,309 
120 


25 

19 
63 

198 
75 
31 
10 
9 
73 
7 

119 
18 

152 

123 
31 
52 
72 
33 
6 
16 

173 
28 

121 
71 

792 

6,781 
88 


2.171 

3.510 

9.166 

73, 103 

18.971 

1.201 

1.221 

917 

1 2 . 90 1 

718 

28.516 

2.311 

39.917 

16.951 

5.119 

1 1.987 

10.195 

1.916 

1.255 

10.205 

31 .009 

2.216 

29.218 

18.251 

1 16.672 

1, 161 .257 
8.125 


1,761 
3.510 
9.076 

71,955 

18.529 

3.513 

(D) 

9nl 

1 1.881 
(D) 

26.738 
2.273 

39.115 

15.891 
5.329 

11.321 
9.199 
1.698 
1,035 
9,939 

26,961 
2, 152 

28,282 

17,172 
108,172 

1.095.359 
7,717 


158 

260 
1 .128 
9.271 
1 .725 

339 

135 

71 

1 .135 

1" 

2.681 

28fl 
3.91'» 
1 .581 

36? 
1 .15? 
1 .210 

570 

90= 

3.00? 

189 

3,163 

1 ,611 

10.581 

150.105 
707 


88 
111 
121 
3.219 
675 
117 

65 

21 
101 

13 
91 n 

99 
1 .321 
659 
133 
100 
191 
271 

31 

37' 

1 .071 

86 

1 ,157 

539 

1,116 

55.551 
301 


58 
66 

311 

2.678 

130 

91 

37 

1 = 
292 

16 
711 

9e 
996 
172 
107 
291 
317 
167 

27 
210 
825 

72 

815 

126 

2,906 

14.170 
210 


60 
23 

87 

183 

103 

61 

12 

13 

123 

29 

217 

22 

167 

202 

11 

■=5 

1 00 

16 

12 

57 

351 

31 

171 

107 

1 ,351 

11,169 
117 


12 

5 
11 
23 
21 
10 

1 

5 
29 
17 
35 

2 
27 
37 

5 
25 
21 
10 

2 
18 
59 

6 

38 

31 

251 

2,617 
19 


179 

(D) 

2.5C1 

15.897 

8.655 

1 .961 

731 

330 
5.121 

570 
7.87 5 

(Dl 
6.575 
6.215 

330 
1.112 
3.665 
2,062 

10 

1,650 

12,711 

613 

1 1 ,065 

1.<=tO 

17.156 

231.919 
1 .807 


11 

1 

12 

31 

12 

10 

1 

2 

1? 

3 

11 

1 

33 

31 

3 

1 1 

16 

11 

1 

9 
12 
1 1 
18 
25 
261 

2.682 
28 


312 
77 
625 
3.600 
510 
31 1 

ni 

(0) 

1'8 

■9 

1 .360 

(0) 

1.122 

1 .026 

185 

565 

1.018 

1 .069 

(9) 

835 

1 .731 

251 

195 

518 

10,1 19 

105,187 
1 ,055 


36 


Breckenridge Hills 


37 








39 




















44 


Kinloch 






46 








48 








50 








52 


Rock Hill 










55 


University City 






57 




•iR 




59 




60 


St. Louis city (not part of 
St. Louis County) 






62 




87 
33 

329 


69 
19 

221 


6.991 
1 .131 

21.31 1 


5,682 
1,065 

22,561 


65'^ 
57 

2,031 


277 
21 

996 


219 
21 

329 


78 
39 

317 


16 

3 

18 


1,715 
102 

1,215 


20 
P 

11 


806 
159 

1 .156 






64 




65 




177 
19 
103 

81 

79 

393 


121 
37 
63 

57 

61 

257 


11,851 
3.688 
5.792 

6.776 

5.162 


13,903 
3,515 
5,112 

6, 110 

5,152 


1. 387 
281 
366 

311 

353 


655 
131 
207 

130 

216 


517 
1 13 
169 

107 

1 55 


183 

51 

1 13 

.'■3 

100 


32 

7 
9 

15 

10 

111 


',629 
906 
710 

1,519 

1 ,C35 

5,629 


27 

5 

1 ? 

1 1 

9 

72 


673 

loe 

675 

1S1 

l'-.fc 

1 ,216 


66 


Slater 






68 








70 
71 






56 
197 
110 

56 


31 
115 
78 

26 


2.886 

20.805 
5.103 

2.686 


2,518 

19,799 

3,751 

2,072 


171 

1 .853 

2d1 

1 31 


99 

807 
165 

97 


73 

669 
127 

76 


57 
189 
150 

60 


17 

15 
12 

IC 


1 ,01 5 
3.901 
1 .6t0 

771 


13 
20 

30 

•■i 


213 

5'55 
150 

105 

















Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

^Excelsior Springs Is In Clsy and Ray Counties. 



(NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. 

''Hannibal is in Marion and Ralls Counties. 



( Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents zero. 

^Slkeston is in New Madrid and Scott Counties. 



MISSOURI 



25-13 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



Kind-of -business group— Continued 




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 


i 

at 


Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




t 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Rales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


,Saln< 


ments 




ment 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(»1,000) 


(Number) 


(Jl.OOO) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,0001 


(Number^ 


($1,000) 




16 


1.197 


18 


926 


1 1 


818 


23 


5.081 


35 


1.533 


17 


1 .865 


9 


655 


32 


3.741 


3 


71 


1 


7 


856 


14 


707 


8 


676 


19 


4.544 


13 


730 


8 


1 .286 


4 


483 


22 


2.641 


3 


71 


2 


Q 


341 


4 


219 


3 


142 


4 


537 


22 


803 


9 


579 


5 


173 


10 


1 .100 


aa. 


• aa 


3 


23 


919 


12 


340 


15 


480 


12 


2.351 


37 


2.654 


26 


2.858 


9 


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432272 O -57 -2 



25-14 



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 


Snips 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (unin- 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


^ 


Total 

(Number! 


With 
payroll 

(Nuniberl 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 






167 
351 


109 
223 


8.92H 
20i907 


7.752 
181575 


568 
1 1424 


318 
737 


2 35 
61 1 


172 
405 


19 
85 


li678 
4,364 


16 
45 


305 

820 


7 


Stoddard County 


3 




131 
220 

87 

mo 

180 
227 
273 


97 
126 

33 

82 

78 

123 

171 


101591 
101316 

ili'125 

6i326 

7lOU2 

11 1882 

16l«72 


9i967 

816O8 

3iltU5 
51416 
Ui996 
9,976 
l«i656 


P22 

602 

14>1 
322 
466 
695 
1 ,454 


389 

348 

77 
194 
258 
383 
767 


326 

285 

65 
156 
215 
328 
566 


160 
245 

100 

150 

190 

244 

286 


23 

62 

22 
22 

31 

47 
54 


1,605 
2i779 

729 

1.129 

1,231 

2l843 

3i723 


11 
34 

6 

14 

33 

32 

35 


271 

549 

1 16 
119 
695 
452 
891 






5 








7 




g 








10 




195 
78 

102 

136 

107 

158 

58 

187 


137 
3« 

64 

74 
U7 
80 
tt2 
109 


131681 
2l791 

6,599 

7i907 

4i332 

Pl35U 

ai508 

11 .997 


121817 
1,8'19 

5,743 

61 799 

3i210 

6i758 

3i99B 

10.417 


1 i362 
92 

422 

473 

233 

495 

249 

677 


706 
61 

220 

237 

135 

271 

130 
351 


611 
55 

159 

196 

105 

21» 

97 

295 


199 
87 

1 11 

149 

113 

I^O 

61 

216 


31 
23 

18 

24 

27 

31 

5 

35 


2i951 
772 

1 i333 

2,015 
1,025 
1,321 
581 
1,726 


27 
8 

15 

2a 

13 

1 1 

7 

22 


760 
131 

541 

372 

300 

281 

82 

337 














\i. 




15 








17 






93 
9U 


69 
140 


6,256 
5i7Ul 


5,752 
4,665 


446 
231 


229 
122 


182 
1 13 


1 12 

104 


15 

20 


1 ll66 
560 


15 

7 


244 

93 


19 









Standard Notfis: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



MISSOURI 



25-15 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



Kind-of -business group— Continued 





General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Fximiture, home 

furnishings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstoie retailers 


d 
Z 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

ISl.OOOl 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 
(Si.oooi 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish, 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


;! 


1? 


line 


12 


C78 


10 


307 


7 


1.22S 


2li 


1 .01 1 


22 


1 .561 


6 


189 


37 


(c) 


2 


101 


1 


32 


1 1587 


IE 


690 


16 


1 tioa 


29 


UtU63 


35 


1.369 


35 


14.259 


1 1 


315 


11 


1.782 


1 


lOU 


? 


2-' 


577 
1 IJK 


11 

7 


528 
162 


8 
8 


806 
29B 


13 
15 


3i71U 
7U9 


12 
23 


126 
9U3 


11 
21 


2.029 
2.230 


2 

9 


(d) 

(D) 


25 
16 


(D) 
(D) 


1 


101 
• • • 


3 

1 


13 


= ?7 


J 


10) 


3 


70 


7 


708 


8 


(D) 


^ 


258 


1 


57 


18 


1 .700 


'... 


• • • 


5 


2^ 


t7J 


5 


107 


5 


221 


6 


1 .151 


22 


760 


18 


889 


9 


213 


17 


(D) 


2 


(0) 


6 


21 


1 •"JS 


6 


301 


10 


126 


8 


eai 


2U 


623 


7 


970 


6 


233 


32 


(D) 


2 


(Dl 


7 


31 


1 •?7U 


16 


2«2 


6 


270 


17 


3.328 


20 


8 = 2 


18 


1 .179 


9 


311 


25 


l.t2U 


6 


101 


8 


^^ 


1 lUUU 


12 


519 


16 


941 


15 


2.719 


12 


1.45U 


25 


2.112 


10 


191 


39 


1.971 


7 


158 


9 


e 

9 


1.1 .5 
2S9 


1? 
• •• 


5U9 


15 
1 


(d) 

(D) 


15 

1 


(d) 

(D) 


25 

17 


1.127 
337 


20 
5 


1 .OU8 
161 


8 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


29 

10 


1 .016 
958 


5 
7 


(D) 
(D) 


10 
1 1 


8 


5 37 


5 


61 


2 


ID) 


7 


1 .021 


ir 


389 


13 


1 .082 


1 


123 


17 


1.313 


3 


(D) 


12 


If" 


'.22 


" 


131 


U 


1 10 


13 


1 .596 


29 


826 


12 


1 .795 


1 


101 


6 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


13 


21 


673 


5 


125 


5 


132 


1 


1.11') 


17 


532 


6 


(0) 


2 


(0) 


7 


51 


• •• 


• ■ • 


11 


IS 


55 F 


13 


506 


7 


273 


1 1 


2.132 


20 


6U7 


16 


«•>(, 


7 


209 


18 


1 .555 


6 


26 


15 


4~ 


3i;u 


1 


(01 


2 


10) 


3 


(Dl 


l'.. 


3P' 


9 


515 


3 


80 


12 


613 


... 


• • * 


16 


21 


1 .944 


7 


292 


9 


336 


20 


1.-^36 


32 


679 


1 1 


920 


8 


216 


18 


3.651 


1 


3C 


17 


6 
15 


8 3t 
1 tllO 


U 

3 


193 
109 


5 


28« 

19 


1 1 
9 


1 . 1 60 
77'- 


16 
16 


U31 
2U'J 


6 
5 


'10 
210 


1 
1 


151 
92 


10 
8 


(D) 
(0) 


2 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


18 
19 



25-16 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 1()2A. RETAIL TRADE; 1948 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,300 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Missouri; total. 



Adair County 

Kirksville 

Remainder of County. 



Andrew County. . . 
Atchison County. 



Audrain County 

Mexico 

Vandalia 

Remainder of County. 



Barry County. 

Monett (part) 

Remainder of County. 



Barton County 

Remainder of County. 



Bates County — 

Butler 

Remainder of 



Benton County. . . . 
Bollinger County. 



Boone County 

Columbia 

Remainder of County. 



Buchanan County 

St. Joseph 

Remainder of County. 



Butler County 

Poplar Bluff 

Remainder of County. 



Caldwell County. 



Callaway County 

Fulton 

Remainder of County. 



Camden County. 



Cape Girardeau County. 

Cape Girardeau 

Jackson 

Remainder of County. 



Carroll County 

Carrollton 

Remainder of County. 



Carter County. 



Cass County 

Harrlsonvllle 

Remainder of County. 



Cedar County 

Eldorado Springs. . . . 
Remainder of County. 



Charlton County. 



Christian County. 



Clark County 

Clay County 

Excelsior Springs. 
Liberty 

North Kansas City. 



Remainder of County. 



Clinton County 

Cameron (part)^ 

Remainder of County. 



Cole County 

Jefferson City 

Remainder of County. 



Cooper County 

Boonville 

Remainder of County. 



Crawford County. 

Dade County 

Dallas County. . . 



Establish- 
ments. 
194« 
(Number) 



47,960 

262 

203 

59 



324 

179 
60 
85 

313 
101 
212 

187 

32 

105 

260 
95 
165 

155 

127 

461 
315 

146 

1,131 
940 

191 

460 
259 
201 



221 

115 
106 



496 
306 
78 
112 

233 
103 
130 



259 
90 
169 

138 
53 
85 



512 
107 
85 
98 



175 
82 
93 

366 
294 
72 

222 
117 
105 

164 

116 

133 



Sales. 1948 
($1,000) 



3,526,086 

17,283 

15,868 

1,415 

5,052 

9,805 

20,882 

14,768 

3,411 

2,703 

15,114 
6,624 
8,490 

8,058 
4,594 
3,464 

11,169 
6,871 
4,298 



37,730 

31,353 

6,377 

89,540 

81,436 

8,104 

23,091 
16,929 
4,162 

8,229 

U,736 
8,511 
3,225 

3,383 

34,865 

25,718 

6,152 

2,995 



U,' 
6, 
4, 



1,790 

14,903 
6,637 
8,266 



9,972 
5,678 
6,747 

37,242 
6,252 
6,617 

14,944 
9,429 

13,068 
6,448 
6,620 

31,756 

29,256 

2,500 

12,573 
9,668 
2,905 

5,608 

5,702 

6,126 



County and city 



Daviess County. 



De Kalb County 

Cameron (part)' 

Remainder of County. 



Dent County 

Salem 

Remainder of County. 



Douglas County. 



Dunklin County 

Kennett 

Maiden 

Remainder of County. 



Franklin County 

Sullivan 

Union 

Washington 

Remainder of County. 



Gasconade County 

Hermann 

Remainder of County. 



Gentry County. 



Greene County 

Springfield 

Remainder of County. 



Grundy County 

Trenton 

Remainder of County. 



Harrison County 

Bethany 

Remainder of County. 



Henry County 

Clinton 

Remainder of County. 



Hickory County. 
Holt County. . .. 



Howard County 

Fayette 

Remainder of County. 



Howell County 

West Plains 

Remainder of County. 



Iron County. 



Jackson County 

Independence 

Kansas City 

Lees Summit 

Remainder of County. 



Jasper County 

Carthage 

Joplin (part)* 

Webb City 

Remainder of County. 



Jefferson County 

Crystal City 

De Soto 

Festus 

Remainder of County. 



Johnson County 

Warrensburg 

Remainder of County. 



Knox County. 



Laclede County 

Lebanon 

Remainder of County. 



Lafayette County 

Higginsville 

Lexington 

Remainder of County, 



Lawrence County 

Aurora 

Monett (part)^ 

Remainder of County. 



Lewis County 

Lincoln County. 



Establish- 

ments, 

1948 

(Number) 



156 
109 
47 



530 

161 

88 

261 

493 

64 

66 

111 

252 

200 
63 
137 



1,317 
977 
340 

192 
126 
64 

197 
76 

121 

303 
147 
156 

76 

140 

150 
63 
87 

292 
128 
164 

126 

6,006 
239 

5,078 

54 

635 

1,195 
217 
617 
103 
258 

454 
56 
97 
75 

224 

272 
138 
134 



266 
184 
82 

405 

50 

109 

246 

321 

87 

9 

225 

176 
210 



Sales, 1948 
(S1,(X)0) 



,7,213 
4,779 

XXX 
XXX 

7,128 

6,367 

761 

4,446 

29,375 

14,430 

5,261 

9,664 

25,014 
3,182 
3,806 
7,980 

10,046 

9,480 
3,264 
6,196 

8,717 

99,722 
85,543 
14,179 

12,243 

10, XI 

1,942 

9,756 
5,286 
4,470 

16,002 

10,860 

5,142 



7,259 
4,083 
3,176 

12,820 
7,565 
5,255 

4,467 

799,249 
26,518 

740,046 

4,706 

27,979 

76,601 
14,391 
51,836 
4,086 
8,288 

22,336 
4,097 
5,995 
4,402 
7,842 

12,265 
7,707 
4,578 



14,718 
12,361 
2,357 

22,009 
4,791 
6,%1 

10,257 

12,849 

4,392 

238 

8,219 

7,834 
10,997 



County and city 



Linn County 

Brookfield 

Marceline 

Remainder of County. 



Livingston County 

Chllllcothe 

Remainder of County. 



McDonald County. 



Macon County 

Macon 

Remainder of County. 



Madison County 

Fredericktown 

Remainder of County. 



Maries County. 



Marlon County 

Hannibal 

Remainder of County. 



Mercer County. 



Miller County 

Eldon 

Remainder of County. 



Mississippi County.... 

Charleston 

East Prairie 

Remainder of County. 



Moniteau County 

California 

Remainder of County. 



Monroe County 

Montgomery County. 
Morgan County 



New Madrid County 

New Madrid 

Portageville 

Remainder of County. 



Newton County 

Joplin (part)* 

Neosho 

Remainder of County. 



Nodaway County 

Maryville 

Remainder of County. 



Oregon County. 
Osage County. . 
Ozark County. . 



Pemiscot County 

Caruthersville 

Hayti 

Remainder of County. 



Perry County 

Perryville 

Remainder of County. 



Pettis County 

Sedalla....^ 

Remainder of County. 



Phelps County 

Holla 

Remainder of County. 



Pike County 

Louisiana 

Remainder of County. 



Platte County. 



Polk County 

Bolivar 

Remainder of County. 



Pulaski County. 
Putnam County. . 
Ralls County. .. 



Establish- 
ment*. 
1948 

(Number) 



323 

138 

59 

126 

234 
174 
60 



258 
97 

161 

143 
85 
58 



466 
362 
104 



1% 

67 

109 

241 

115 

60 

66 

152 
73 
79 



369 
46 
68 

255 

376 

10 

155 

211 

303 
137 
166 

127 

140 



460 

143 

77 

240 

158 
87 

71 

396 
315 
81 



247 
120 
127 

268 
98 

170 



195 
79 
U6 

147 

131 

91 



Sales. 1948 
($1.000) 



15,159 
6.,653 
2,600 
3,906 

15,737 

12,635 

3,102 

9,604 

11,837 
7,175 
4,662 

6,384 
5,034 
1,350 

2,259 

27,959 

21,911 

6,046 

4,452 

8,251 
5,492 
2,759 

13,747 
6,302 
2,906 
2,539 

7,636 
4,050 
3,586 

9,223 

7,727 

6,125 

19,058 
3,782 
5,580 
9,696 

14,853 

355 

9,060 

5,438 

18,186 

12,205 

5,931 

4,595 

5,399 

2,220 

22,559 
8,807 
4,777 
3,975 

9,305 
7,032 
2,773 

29,322 

26,496 

2,326 



14,195 
9,852 
4,343 

13,787 
6,034 
7,753 

7,296 

11,570 
7,008 
4,562 

6,333 
4,193 
3,708 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 

Data in this table differ from those whicli appeared in the publications of the 191*8 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustaents see Comparison of 19it8 and 
195** Censuses in the Introduction. ^Monett is in Barry and Lawrence Counties. ^Cameron is in Clinton arai De Kalb Counties. *Joplin is in Jasper and Newton Counties. 



MISSOURI 



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Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE —Continued 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



EsUblish- 

menta, 

1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1.000) 



County and dty 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales,, 1948 
($1,000) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 


Sales, 1948 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


177 


7,101 


373 
118 
255 


15,661 
8,200 
7,461 


116 


3,729 


170 


6,237 


161 


4,873 


216 


7,929 


292 
18i 

108 


16,720 
12,878 
3,K2 


118 


5,641 


159 


5,584 


132 


3,837 


184 


9,155 


75 


3,653 


207 
83 
124 


10,997 
4,863 
6,134 



Randolph County 

Moberly 

Remainder of County. 



Ray County 

Richmond 

Remainder of County. 



Reynolds County. 
Ripley County . . . 



St. Charles County.... 

St. Charles 

Remainder of County. 



St. Clair County. 



St. Francois County... 

Bonne Terre 

Fannington 

Flat River 

Remainder of County. 



St. Louis County. 

Berkeley 

Brentwood 

Clayton 

Ferguson 

Glendale 

Kirkvood 

Ladue 



308 
203 

105 

217 
110 
107 



353 
205 
148 



453 
57 
97 
98 

201 

3,106 
22 

72 
188 

66 

9 

143 

35 



18,035 
15,224 
2,811 

10,428 
7,405 
3,023 



4,255 

20,366 
14,299 
6,067 

5,086 

21,941 
2,846 
6,598 
5,612 

6,885 

253,224 
611 
4,974 
30,821 
6,058 
767 
14,044 
2,988 



St. Louis County — Con. 



Maplewood 

Overland 

Richmond Heights.... 

Rock Hill 

Shrewsbury 

University City 

Valley Park 

Webster Groves 

Remainder of County. 



St. Louis County. 



Ste. Genevieve County. 

Ste. Genevieve 

Remainder of County. 



Saline County 

Marshall 

Slater 

Remainder of County. 



Schuyler County. 
Scotland County. 



Scott County 

Chaffee 

Slkeston 

Remainder of County. 

Shannon County 



211 

115 

85 

31 

5 

235 

30 

141 

1,718 

11,070 



362 

186 

54 

122 



98 

113 



175 
193 



27,254 

11,009 

7,361 

3, 554 

294 

21,483 

1,215 

15,092 

105,699 

965,484 

6,706 
5,044 
1,662 

20,713 
13,728 
2,850 
4,135 



5,435 

24,112 
1,821 

14,468 
7,823 

2,242 



Shelby County. 



Stoddard County 

Dexter 

Remainder of County. 



Stone County. . . . 
Sullivan County. 
Taney County. .. . 
Texas County 



Vernon County 

Nevada 

Remainder of County. 



Warren County. 



Washington County. 

Wayne County 

Webster County. . . . 
Worth County 



Wright County 

Mountain Grove 

Remainder of County. 



4rtf tSrtable '^iTu^'Z^'Z^r.^'^.-^ 1TI^I:T.^'IV^ l,^ census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Co^arison of 19« and 
I95U Censusea In the Introduction. 



25-18 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE. 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Elstablishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



PayroU, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



(Number) 



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



KANSAS CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Consists of Johnson and Wyandotte Counties, Kans. , and Clay and Jackson Counties, Mo. 



Rclail trade, (Oial 

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, 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 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

TooU 

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 



Automotive 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. 



(jasoUne Service Stadoos 



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, Propiietaiy Stores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers ,_ 

Fuel dealers (fOal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealers. 

Fuel oil dealets 

Ice dealers 

Hay, grain, feed stores. 

Farm, garden supply stores 



1.573 
1.180 



60 
87 
(NA) 
(NA) 
57 
90 



I . 867 

1.033 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1U9 
o85 



288 
18 

lUO 
?6 
9e 



5<59 
131 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

I'se 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

U3 

52 



«52 
264 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
186 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



H89 

ms 

188 

1 13 

17 

19 



«69 

38 

131 



U28 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1.161 

168 

67 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5<l 

37 



975 

758 

27 

5 

9 

24 

63 

56 



1 .U79 
817 
796 
5 
16 
1 17 
545 



199 
19 
86 



199 

115 

18 

34 

4 

59 

88 

45 

43 

53 

174 

123 

32 



40 
49 
130 
68 



335 

125 



337 
30 

113 
56 



374 
326 



647 

116 

37 

18 



1 ,274,497 



237.916 

221 .914 

3.953 

178 

1 .263 

1.767 

2,834 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.214 

3.725 



82.373 

53.329 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.380 

24.664 



131,723 

103.482 

11.540 

2.047 

14.590 



80.276 

12.890 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

32.222 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .706 

2.540 



54.338 
34.702 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
19.596 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



230.907 

163, 395 

28.724 

16.324 

2.201 

(D) 

(01 



93.852 
4.567 

58.399 

12.047 
7.808 

10.991 



62.099 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(D) 

1 1 .439 

6.162 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.751 

2.469 



222.392 

209.756 

3.249 

178 

653 

1.315 

2,514 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .442 

3.285 



77.091 

50.759 

47.828 

312 

2.619 

3.996 

22.336 



130,093 
103,482 

10.560 
1 .765 

14.286 



78.534 

12.676 

(D) 

4.820 

(D) 

6,167 

10.737 

5,799 

4,938 

19,441 

31 ,740 

28,562 

1 ,695 

1 ,483 

1 ,596 

2,344 



51 .602 

33.150 

25.263 

4.761 

3.126 

18.452 

9.286 

7.701 

1 ,465 



224.451 

162,823 

25.696 

15.512 

2.073 

(D) 

(01 



55,847 



90,942 

4,417 

57,967 

1 1 .865 

7.302 

9.391 



60.523 

57.736 

2.787 



(D) 
9,837 
5,712 
1 ,946 
1 ,691 
2,041 
34 
5,879 
2,191 



155.606 



16.028 

14,353 

252 

16 

37 

184 

599 

(D) 

ID) 

1 16 

471 



17,859 

13.571 

12,550 

37 

984 

aio 

3,478 



21 ,045 
16, 928 

1 .169 
131 

2.817 



13,599 

1 ,869 

(D) 

698 

(01 

987 

1 ,426 

752 

674 

4,294 

5.325 

4|803 

337 

185 

165 

520 



8(762 

6.321 

4.886 

754 

681 

2,441 

1 ,239 

955 

247 



21 .847 

15,707 

1 .633 

2(636 

245 

(D) 

(01 



5.445 



13.846 
477 
6(708 
3(758 
1 (639 
1(264 



8,073 

7(771 

302 



(D) 
695 
739 
225 
248 
258 
8 
286 
262 



3,066, 1 19 



301 .542 

267.096 

5.563 

327 

1 .058 

3.888 

12.975 

(D) 

(01 

2.381 

8.254 



365.284 

281 .366 

257.556 

534 

23.276 

15.945 

67.973 



442,938 
368,206 

23.348 
2.065 

49.319 



265.942 

34.763 

(D) 

12.660 

(01 

18.363 

26.786 

13.786 

12.998 

89.317 

103.152 

92.665 

6.554 

3.933 

2.993 

8.931 



159.146 
1 13.404 
87.996 
13.841 
1 1 .567 
45.742 
22.935 
18.075 
4.732 



392.971 

290.816 

31 .544 

40.192 

4.139 

(D) 

(01 



269.652 
9.393 

134.957 
72.121 
29.628 
23.553 



157.000 

151 .921 

5.079 



(D) 

12.547 

15.11) 

5.078 

5.240 

4.638 

155 

6.306 

4.904 



2,812, 953 



263.277 

230.774 

5.16t; 

327 

1.032 

3.445 

12.274 

(D) 

(0) 

2.340 

7,925 



335.655 

259.126 

237.370 

534 

21 .222 

12,90b 

63,821 



354.188 
292,720 

21 ,034 
1 ,835 

38,599 



252,323 

32,428 

(D) 

1 1 .554 

(01 

17.452 

25.423 

13.184 

12. 239 

83.880 

99.072 

89.44i; 

5.931 

3.699 

2.716 

8.80U 



156.039 
1 10.91 1 
86.713 
13.275 
10,923 
43,128 
22,640 
17,884 
4,604 



3e6,601 

288, 944 

30.706 

36.847 

4(028 

(D) 

101 



261 .447 
9.221 

129.231 
71 .890 
20.488 
22.617 



144.602 

139.877 

4.725 



(D) 
11.518 
14.345 
4,483 
5.098 
4.629 
136 
6.047 
4.767 



6.027 
5.263 



20 
1 19 
274 
(D) 
(0) 



9.843 

7.584 

7.076 

15 

493 

522 

1 .737 



9, 154 

6,615 

579 



5.032 

645 

(D) 

234 

(Dl 

34 3 

472 

238 

234 

1.378 

2.297 

2.030 

169 

98 

87 

153 



2.302 

1.552 

1.189 

181 

182 

750 

426 

260 

64 



4.990 
3,560 
414 
695 
44 
(D) 
(Dl 



3.524 
133 

1,762 
877 
336 
416 



3,427 

3,286 

139 



(0) 
269 
251 
1 10 
62 
55 



4,292 
3,646 



lb 
U9 
232 
(D) 
(0) 
47 
179 



8(320 

6(458 

6,023 

15 

420 

353 

1 .509 



5,785 

4,309 

416 



4.215 

486 

(D) 

151 

(Dl 

286 

396 

211 

185 

1 .164 

1 .962 

1 .752 

130 

BO 

63 

144 



2. 1 10 

1 .466 

1 .134 

162 

170 

644 

331 

254 

59 



4,789 
3,511 
390 
576 
42 
(D) 
(D) 



3(318 
125 

1(645 
868 
312 
368 



2(663 

2(549 

1 14 



(D) 
220 
220 



3 

106 
67 



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 kintl of business. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



MISSOURI 

Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, PayroO, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



25-19 



■ Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establisb- 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

(JI.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Pa>Toll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(OoIUiE) 



FuU 
workweek 

(DoUare) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 

(Number) 



KANSAS CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Con. 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 

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 . 

NoQsiore Refailets 

Total - 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. . 
Merchandise vending machine operators... . . 



158 
23 
2C 
62 



50 
ICl 



6 32 

52 



-i. 



m 

15 
74 
22 



13«5'9 

2t4u8 

1 t799 

U|667 

(D) 

3t<!lU 

It 27 1 

85C 

2i90U 

5t27C 

ltU30 

756 

822 

(D) 

4|953 

3.C61 



(D) 

13«f6e9 

19t670 

(D) 



12it21 

2tl96 

I 17115 

3i91 1 

(0) 

3|162 

827 

63U 

2l758 

11960 

1 1430 

756 

(Dl 

(D) 

4,953 

2,633 



(D) 

134,639 

12i460 

(D) 



2l013 
164 
376 
614 
(Dl 
590 
74 
74 
494 

1,277 
167 
134 
161 
(D) 
644 
445 



(D) 

16,415 

2,601 

(D) 



38,244 
3,407 
8,156 

1 1 ,440 
(0) 

t0t75e 
1 ,488 
1 ,60C 
9,825 

32,490 

3,134 

2,373 

2,654 

(D) 

15,642 
8,748 



(D) 

340,889 

50,993 

(D) 



37,045 
3,343 
7,831 

11,182 
(D) 

101062 
1 1400 
1 i597 
9,35U 

32,019 

2,879 

2,337 

2,606 

(D) 

15,218 
8i361 



(D) 

3061583 

501 130 

(D) 



581 

75 

121 

ISO 

(0) 

228 

38 

36 

2=7 

3B3 

56 

48 

33 

(D) 

257 

155 



(D) 

6i593 

941 

(D) 



1 10 

163 

(0) 

196 

33 

35 

233 

362 

4B 

41 

30 

(D) 

23V 

140 



5l548 
904 

(D) 



ST. JOSEPH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Coextensive with Buchanan County. Mo. 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 

Total 

Groceiy 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. 



192 
166 



Eating, Drinking Places 

Total. .. 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers __ 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshmen t stands. 

Drinking places 



Genera] Mefchandisc Gzoop 

Total _ 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise 8toi«s 

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 

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 i.. 



Furtiiture, Home Fomtsbings, 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 

Apphance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



AntomotiTe Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonf ranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessor>' dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers ._ 

Holisehold trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. 



257 
121 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NAl 
13 
121 



118 
100 

• •# 

1 

2 
3 
5 
5 

• •• 

2 
5 



• • t 

2 

9 

95 



79 


71 


27 


25 


(NA) 


3 


(NA) 


n 


(NA) 


2 


(NA) 


9 


(NA) 


11 


(NA) 


7 


(NA) 


4 


(NA) 


5 


26 


26 


14 


14 


1 1 
1 


11 
1 


1 
5 


1 
3 


64 


52 


36 


30 


(NA) 


20 


(NA) 


3 


(NA) 


7 


26 


22 


(NAl 


7 


(NA) 


9 


(na; 


6 


63 


39 


16 


14 


28 


12 


16 


10 


2 

1 


2 
1 



23i725 
22l534 
(01 
(D) 
321 
(Dl 
231 
231 
■ • 
(Dl 
233 



8l139 
3,575 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
301 
4,193 



12l6l6 

6,551 

3i145 

(D) 

(D) 



7i775 

1,463 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,846 

2, 461 

(D) 

(CI 

(D) 

(D) 



7,36 1 
3,784 
(NA; 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3l577 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



19,619 

13.733 

2.613 

2,640 

(D) 

(D) 



21 i983 

20,960 

(□) 
(Dl 
(01 
231 
231 

ID) 
(0) 



7,219 
3,231 
(D) 
• • • 
(Dl 
289 
3,699 



12,516 

6i551 

3il45 

(D) 

(D) 



7,617 

(D) 

123 

697 

10) 

473 

1 ,432 

1 i230 

194 

1 l577 

2,846 

2|461 

(D) 

(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 



7i047 
3i496 
3i020 

226 

242 
3i551 

557 
2l780 

214 



18i691 

(Dl 

2|225 

2i182 

(Dl 

(Dl 



1 i419 

1 ,295 

• •• 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

61 

61 

(Dl 
14 



1 ,224 
680 
(D) 



(Dl 

35 

509 



2,000 

1,167 

386 

(D) 

(D) 



1,115 
200 
(D) 

92 
(Dl 

74 
225 
21 1 

14 
261 
360 
294 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(D) 



1 ,140 
529 
442 

42 

45 
61 1 

98 
478 

35 



1 ,783 
1 ,262 
147 
340 
(01 
(01 



25,712 

23,374 

• • • 

(Dl 

(0) 

(D) 

1 ,223 

1 i223 

(D) 
392 



23i991 

14i327 

(D) 

• • • 

(Dl 

1 il 10 

8i55i. 



39 1 951 

24i462 

7i023 

(D) 

(D) 



27il 19 

3i687 

(D) 

1 i6le 

(D) 

1 140C 

3i593 

3i40C 

293 

4i639 

12,846 

11 ,569 

(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(D) 



21 ,995 

9,370 

7iS34 

838 

998 

12,625 

2,117 

9,720 

788 



33,640 

23,435 

2,850 

6,628 

(D) 

(D) 



21 ,84^ 
19,849 

• ■ ■ 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 

IllOi 
1 ,102 

• •• 
(D) 
218 



21 ,569 
12,563 

(D) 

• • ■ 

101 

1 1030 

7i976 



36 1999 

23i87e 

6,007 

(D) 

(D) 



25,730 

3,508 

(D) 

1.525 

(01 

I ,34 1 

3l414 

31183 

231 

4il59 

12i534 

1 ll286 

(D) 

(D) 

(01 

(0) 



2) 1)27 

8,969 

7 1280 

801 

888 

12l15e 

2il07 

9i33B 

713 



33 1204 
23,322 

2i72B 

61427 

(Dl 

(Dl 



622 
556 

(0) 
(0) 
(01 



(Dl 
14 



756 
405 
(D) 

(0) 

26 

247 



1 i060 
595 

lat 

(0) 
(D) 



(D) 

39 

101 

31 

93 

79 

14 

1 12 

234 

197 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 



362 
174 
143 



522 

347 
47 
1 18 
(01 
(0) 



410 
364 

(Dl 
(01 
(0) 
21 



610 
385 
(D) 

(01 

21 

204 



663 
555 

126 
(0) 
(D) 



456 
59 



(CI 
114 



54 
43 



16 
(D) 

33 
109 



(D) 

11 

634 

(E) 



21 1 
160 
(D) 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
3 
3 

(0) 



3C1 
149 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
10 
140 



101 
(D) 



(n1 


(NA) 


26 


(NA) 


(01 


(NA) 


23 


(NA) 


70 


(NA) 


63 


(NA) 


7 


(NA) 


64 


(NA) 


206 


14 


174 


1 1 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


<0I 


(01 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


333 


62 


160 


36 


131 


(NA) 


14 


(NA) 


15 


(NAl 


173 


26 


28 


(NAl 


132 


(NA) 


13 


(NA) 


506 


61 


343 


7 


45 


36 


108 


13 


(D) 


(Dl 


(01 


(Dl 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $50U. 

' Gioup totals may include data for establishments without pajTolJ which could not be classified by detailed kind of business 



. . Represents zero. 



25-20 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Tabic 103. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
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 
(Dollare) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Fuy 

workweek 



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



ST. JOSEPH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Con. 



GasoUae Service StatiODS 



Toul. 



Lumber, Bldg. Mads., Hardware, Farm Equipmeot Dealers 



Toul 

Farm e{iuipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers. 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores, . 
Hardware stores — 



Drug Stores, Proprietaxy 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 

Jewelry stores 

Bookstores 

Stationer.v stores 

Sporting goods stores — 

Bicycle stores '. 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelt.v, 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 



Total - 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



(NA) 
(NA) 



1^2 
12 
16 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



6t29S 

1 |7UC 

2i":8 

°2C 
2t'2 

ore 



1.976 

(NA) 
(NA) 



8.6d2 
7143 
1 1^5) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1 1802 
Tjt 

ID) 
(D> 
612 
(D) 
6Vt 
21 
U6 
187 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
((3) 
(Dl 
259 
362 



(D) 
(D) 



61074 
1 1740 
ID) 
921- 
(D) 
(D) 



«l856 

"ll715 

1«1 



7i792 
641 
ID) 
314 
539 

1 i068 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(□) 
701 
(Dl 
(01 
492 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
187 
IDI 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
259 
266 



(D) 
(D) 



728 
176 
247 
166 
101 
(D) 



689 

676 

13 



41 
329 
(D) 
1C5 
172 
(Dl 

95 
(Dl 
104 
(Dl 
(Dl 

56 
(01 
212 
(Dl 
(Dl 

16 
IDI 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

?6 

17 



(D) 
(Dl 



14,451 

3,267 

5,647 

3,J59 

IDI 

(D) 

13i3(J3 
13,062 

241 



^0,377 
66? 

7,604 
(D) 

1 ih22 

4,024 
(01 

1 ,617 
IDI 

1 I9lv 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 ,003 
(Dl 

3,608 
(01 
ID) 
673 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
(D) 
561 
253 



(D) 
ID) 



13,988 
3,057 
5,594 
3,034 
ID) 
(D) 



12i594 

12i441 

15J 



191153 
627 

0191 1 
(D) 

1 1772 

4i024 
ID) 

1 1617 
ID) 

11875 
ID) 
ID) 
943 
(D) 

3i47b 
ID) 
ID) 
530 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID] 
10) 
551 
246 



(D) 
ID) 



268 
62 



ID) 
CD) 



403 

390 

13 



1 12 
(D) 

dl 

44 
10) 

34 
10) 

38 
10) 
ID) 



ID) 
(01 
I 1 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
101 



(D) 
IDI 



(D) 
(Dl 



241 


52 


57 


10 


91 


15 


43 


1 


(0) 


ID) 


(D) 


(D) 


340 


45 


335 


(NA) 


5 


(NA) 


337 


145 


13 


11 


86 


n 


(D) 


(NA) 


23 


(NA) 


44 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


34 


10 


IDI 


(01 


36 


13 


(D) 


IDI 


(Dl 


IDI 


21 


12 


(01 


IDI 


68 


5 


(01 


ID) 


(Dl 


IDI 


8 


3 


(01 


101 


IDI 


IDI 


IDI 


IDI 


IDI 


IDI 


(0) 


ID) 


13 


13 



(D) 

(C) 



ST. LOUIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Consists of St. Louis City. St. Charles and St. Louis Counties, Mo., and Madison and St. Clair Counties, 111. 



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 

Eadag, Driokjag Places 
Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractor*. 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Groap 

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 

Famdy shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores, , . 
Men's, boys' clothmg stores 



124 
35 
144 
398 
290 
(NA) 
(NA) 
191 
198 



4i648 
,1695 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
264 
21677 



525 
17 



I , 2 1 o 
334 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

__til_AL 



2,558 

1,833 

74 

9 

54 

126 

242 

210 

32 

87 

12S 



3,454 

1l"-9 

1 ,329 

12 

68 

192 

1 ,853 



983 

252 

29 

38 

6 

179 

143 

9(1 



5001424 

441 ,565 

7,444 

777 

5,276 

18,81 1 

1 1 ,787 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7,244 

7i218 



176,552 

91 i816 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5169.-; 

73i7C0 



281 i341 
2181208 

26i?16 
3i 133 

33,736 



1 16,762 
20i365 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



457,988 

419,159 

6,102 

449 

3,592 

6,627 

1 1 ,125 

9,694 

1 ,431 

4i828 

6,106 



159,182 

68,592 

P3i05t 

535 

4i999 

5i204 

65i38t 



278i729 
218i2je 

^■4i54b 
2i751 

33i224 



1 13i284 

18i891 

2i603 

4i466 

39- 

1 1 i426 

;7,772 

21 i751 



36i017 

3l i601 

535 

54 

2"0 

566 

2,814 

2i57i 

264 

299 

7118 



32i804 

22,966 

21 ,176 

153 

1 ,637 

809 

9i1 19 



46 1 821 

37 lies 

3,394 

185 

6H.'=4 



171853 

2,53'. 

278 

633 

51 

1 i568 

4183'. 

3 1973 



6941D16 

5'J5,5U5 

9,778 

1 ,151 

6,112 

10,727 

61,112 

55,134 

5,97t 

6,334 

13,o97 



649,518 

449,313 

415,181 

5i054 

31 i.)78 

15i561 

1841644 



915154,'" 

7281960 

64i61 3 

3i265 

1 18i704 



3301284 
45i519 
4i82P 
1 Jla62 
963 
281866 
87,501 
72 1166 



602i756 

507 1 846 

8lB4b 

883 

3i29d 

9iC77 

531832 

491U83 

4i749 

4,682 

121293 



589i62J 

409,326 

377,874 

1 ,462 

29,992 

12i450 

167 1845 



765i730 
6C7i142 

58l400 
21893 

97,295 



2"8i54tj 

41 1615 

4i33o 

9,949 

933 

26,59b 

79,852 

65.786 



14,0u6 

11,312 

1 71 

164 
350 
1,416 
1 ,269 
147 
1 75 
396 



17,454 

12,052 

1 1 ,281 

95 

676 

540 

4,862 



19,298 
13,487 

1 ,390 
94 

4,3<i7 



7,082 

891 

95 

1? 

562 

1,625 

1 ,350 



9l7P9 
7i79u 

134 
14 

130 

250 
1 ,056 

961 
95 

1 1 1 



14,277 

9.962 

9,305 

20 

637 

317 

3.998 



13.567 

10.006 

1 .006 



5.345 
c44 



4i!4 
1 .^69 
1 . -59 



4.H73 
2.7<.3 

144 



174 
1 .003 

512 
(NA) 
(NA) 

2i'0 

179 



5.362 
1l875 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3C6 
3i 171 



2'-5 
54 
1 15 



957 
24 9 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA ) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (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) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



MISSOURI 



25-21 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 

maits^ 

($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) 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rate] 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



ST. LOUIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Con. 



Apparel, accessories stores— Cod. 



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 



Furaiture, Home Furoisbiogs, AppUaace 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. - 



Automotive Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, battery, acce-ssory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Toul_ 



Lumber, BIdg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Equipmeat 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 

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 ... 



NoDsiore Retailers 



Total _ 

Mail order houses. 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandi.se vending machine operators 



(NA) 
(NA) 
U32 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
67 
76 



864 
517 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
339 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



772 
266 
266 
188 
33 
19 



816 
7U 

225 

122 
57 

336 



678 

(NA) 
(NA) 



212214 
29a 
36° 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
70 
35 

2U5 



63 

?C 
17U 

7U 

76 
110 

68 



1,198 
18 

ll075 
95 



53 

104 

376 

279 

56 

41 
53 



626 

389 

248 

52 

69 

237 

SI 

90 

66 



588 
258 
156 
136 
25 
13 



604 
65 

187 
92 
39 

220 



626 

603 

23 



1,288 

216 

215 

155 

29 

?5 

5 

46 

25 



(NA) 

(NA) 

45,773 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3,224 

4,533 



153 
13 
23 



39 
106 



238 
16 

183 
39 




354,568 

303,662 

33,134 

20,420 

2,646 

2,706 

• • . 



122,569 

11,393 

68lBC5 

9,214 

5,822 

27,335 



70,409 
(NA) 
(NA) 



148,482 
31 ,417 
3U4 13 

(na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9,202 

5,959 



16,499 

=53 
3,734 
2,307 

34 3 
8,435 
3,150 
2,407 
3,898 
7,184 
4,599 

282 
2,934 

913 
5,4d5 
5,208 



451888 
7,329 

30,105 
3,454 



6,021 

14,227 

45,077 

40,112 

1 ,557 

3,39S 

3,100 

4,217 



103,892 
76,906 
68,503 

3,920 

4,483 
26,986 

7,194 
15j480 

4,312 



358,340 

303,435 

30,890 

18,952 

2,554 

2,498 



1 18,491 

1 1 ,281 

67,931 

8,750 

5,454 

25,065 



69,251 

56,573 

2,678 



132,604 

28,545 

29,395 

15,644 

(D) 

9,584 

(01 

6,550 

5,729 

14,361 

ID) 

3,580 

1 ,455 

(D) 

7,772 

2,586 

1 ,577 

2,666 

6,855 

4,465 

(01 

2,692 

793 

5,485 

4,446 



33,590 

IDI 

16,791 

(D) 



857 

2,143 

5 1 98C 

6, 159 

335 

466 

366 

1 ,002 



15,726 

12,370 

10,904 

558 

808 

3,356 

1 ,037 

1 ,575 

744 



33,550 

28,355 

1 ,874 

2,988 

291 



I'l 



15,555 
1 ,319 
8,524 
1 ,426 
791 
3,5< 5 



9,157 

8,927 

230 



17,625 

1 ,709 

3,888 

2,020 

(D) 

9«8 

(01 

590 

717 

2,557 

1 13 



1.5^ 
253 

1S3 
296 

1,431 
479 
(D) 
B?l 
132 

1,000 
6P4 



5,613 

77C 

4,310 

733 



15,335 

37,339 

133,324 

1 18,386 

6,054 

9,384 

7,357 

18,734 



325,008 
253,356 
233,753 
13,589 
15,914 
51 ,652 
20,296 
27,755 
13,601 



607,383 

510,520 

33,238 

55,638 

5,545 

2,342 



294,653 
23,354 

158,054 
25,636 
17,169 
50,538 



162,995 

176,41 1 

4,565 



345,493 
33,51? 
64,056 
44j262 

- (D) 
21 ,597 
(01 
1 1 ,289 
12,520 

52,327 
2,355 

12,343 
2,843 

29,815 

5,066 

2,764 

6,505 

24,670 

10,823 

(D) 

15,905 

2,042 

16,147 

17,550 



1 13,305 

19,977 

33,413 

9,91 5 



14,056 

32.769 

120,903 

106,71 1 

5,451 

6,741 

5,891 

17,316 



312.312 
253,525 
225,901 
13f 122 
14,602 
58,587 
19,589 
25,898 
13,200 



598,224 

507,046 

31 ,686 

52,013 

5,189 

2.090 



279,906 
22,201 

151 ,158 
23,539 
15,587 
57,323 



161 ,674 

157,549 

4,125 



326,625 

31 ,930 

77,505 

39,669 

(D) 

19,743 

(01 

10,862 

12,471 

49,281 

2ll61 

12,151 

2,557 

(D) 

27,559 

4,497 

2,575 

5,780 

23,962 

10,559 

(D) 

15,481 

2l53b 

16,905 

15,593 



1 10,576 

19,25i 

61,487 

9,828 



275 
839 
3,217 
2,799 
192 
226' 
217 
293 



41625 

3,580 

3,145 

176 

259 

1,045 

353 

451 

241 



7,326 

5,902 

462 

824 

66 

30 



4,539 
370 

2,502 
393 
225 

1 1049 



4,245 

4,145 

100 



6,01 9 

705 

1,317 

776 

(D) 

268 

(01 

194 

165 

691 

52 

234 

55 

(D) 

567 

1 19 

66 

146 

414 

167 

(D) 

209 

45 

324 

260 



1 .677 

340 

1,361 



210 
590 
2(466 
2.125 
149 
192 
129 
247 



4,162 
3,250 
2,676 
153 
221 
932 
335 
376 
219 



7,027 

5,612 

437 

561 

72 



2b 



4,061 
333 

2,359 
325 
194 
669 



3,1 19 

3,044 

75 



5.161 
503 

1 ,103 
619 

(D) 
239 
(0) 
181 
177 
757 

44 
223 

iS 
(D) 
461 

90 

73 
114 
390 
152 
(D) 
197 

40 
269 
236 



1 ,696 
315 

1 121 I 
170 



(NA) 
(NA) 
341^ 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
55 
61 



765 
435 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
341 
(NA)^ 
(NA) 
(NA) 



566 

105 
276 
134 

30 
19 



596 
75 

133 
74 
45 

359 



565 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2.1 16 
246 
321 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
71 
29 



(D) 
203 
62 
78 
150 



(D) 
14 
21 
73 

1P7 



1 1 090 
105 



SPRINGFIELD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Coexten5ive with Greene County, Mo. 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores _ 

Meat tnarkets 

Fish (seafoo(i) 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 



2^3 
2 36 



1 19 

1C4 

1 



e 

8 

• •• 

• • t 



23 


5 36 


22 


913 




261 




• • • 




127 




4l 




181 




I'^l 



20,912 

20,315 

(Dl 



161 
181 



1 ,396 
1 ,326 

ID) 



26,835 

25,520 

(Dl 

(D) 
263 

624 



24,45S 

23,241 

(Dl 

(Dl 
24b 
737 
737 



571 
532 

(0) 



455 
427 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified \XX Not applicable. 

' Gioup totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be cla-ssified by detailed kind of business 



(Z) Less than $S0O. 



(0) IDI 

. . . Represents aero. 



PD B 



inr,] 



275 
243 
(D) 

(Dl 
1 



V^^ 



25-22 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(11.000) 



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) 



SPRINGFIELD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Con. 



Eatiog. Drioking Places 



Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafetenas - 

Caterers - 

In-plant food contractore 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

Genenl 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 

W omen's cIotning7 speciaity^loresT 

Ready-to-wear stores — 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home FurQishiogs, 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 



Automouve Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (noiif ranchised) 

Tire, battery . accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, tjoat dealers 

Household trailer dealers. 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Total. 



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

Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Drug Stores, Proprietaiy 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 

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 dealerB. 

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

Second-hand stores 



231 
158 

(na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

26 

50 



85 
27 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



68 
76 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
32 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



n6 

26 

55 

2« 

7 

2 

2 



38 
(NA) 
(NA) 



157 

23 

19 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

lU 



180 
122 
121 



7i l':5 
5i20t 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
.'66 
1 l3e8 



15.1' 8 

8lO?6 

3.933 

416 

3tC'!3 



7.519 
1 .139 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

r.i34 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .153_ 

3 . 226 

2.E31 

231 

161 

(D) 

112 



71CU9 
5.332 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1.717_ 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



22.8U5 

lt.91U 

4.331 

2.989 

267 

(D) 

ID) 



10.300 

1.762 

6.122 

605 

218 

1.151 



1.871 
(NA) 
(NA) 



9.299 

880 

1 .138 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.61(9 

(Dl 

1 .22 1 

269 

93 

267 

IP) 

132 

126 

([ 1 

(PI 

279 

(D) 

39 

128 

(D) 

177 

560 



6.555 

1.853 

(D) 

(D) 

53B 

1 .161 



15,226 

8.026 

3.821 

316 

3.033 



7.365 

1 .351 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,035 

1 .138 

(D) 

ID) 

1 .153 

3,226 

2.831 

231 

161 

(D) 

(D) 



6.791 

5.201 

1.162 

181 

258 

1 .587 

121 

117 

716 



21 .31 1 

11.756 

3.011 

2,927 

213 

ID) 

(D) 



9,910 

1 .762 

6.122 

ID) 

ID) 
995 



1,780 
1,678 

102 



8,361 
752 

1 ,372 
(D) 
798 
ID) 
ID) 

2,117 
ID) 

1 .221 
(0) 
93 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
(0) 
ID) 
177 
138 



1 |671 

1 ,37C 

(D) 



2,181 
I|231 

125 
12 

513 



1 ,065 
168 
ID) 
(D) 

128 
215 
(D) 
(0) 
170 
170 
121 
38 
11 
(D) 
(D) 



1,133 

883 

718 
97 
68 

250 
86 
63 

101 



2,0)1 

1 ,51 1 

98 

356 

19 

ID) 

ID) 



1 .191 
215 

718 

a2 

59 

1 10 



628 
620 



983 

12 

262 

(d) 

IBO 
ID) 
ID) 
158 
ID) 
193 

15 
9 

33 
ID) 
8 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

29 
(Dl 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

32 

72 



31.705 
28.808 

(d) 

• • • 

(D) 
1 .739 
1,158 



13.106 

21.197 

8.175 

257 

10.177 



18.732 

2.512 

10) 

(D) 

1 .818 

3.512 

(D) 

ID) 

2.910 

9.259 

8.121 

878 

267 

(D) 

(D) 



20.397 

15.701 
13.075 
1 .572 
957 
1,693 
1 .652 
1 .107 
1 ,93u 



39.008 

29.235 

1 .969 

7.026 

375 

ID) 

ID) 



22,332 

1.067 

13.513 

1 .593 

891 

2,16t 



12.107 

1 1 ,918 

15S 



20.655 

1 .201 

5.117 

(D) 

3.271 

ID) 

10) 

3.361 

ID) 

3.516 

192 

17<. 

53!! 

10) 

151 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

573 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

606 

1 .520 



31 .106 

25.880 

(D) 

ID) 
I .122 
1.101 



10.051 
23,576 

7.156 
122 

9.191 



17.598 
2.355 

10) 
(D) 

1 .670 
3,233 

(D) 

10) 

2.89i. 

B.783 

7.787 

769 

227 

(D) 

(D) 



20,156 

15.513 

12.890 

1 .672 

951 

1.652 

1 ,652 

1,107 

1 .893 



37.565 

28.599 

1 .907 

6.189 

257 

10) 

(Dl 



21 .959 

1.011 

13.350 

1 ,550 

891 

2.109 



1 1 .501 

1 1 .171 

127 



19.646 

1 ,092 

5.059 

(D) 

3.186 

ID) 

(D) 

3.131 

ID) 

3.190 

155 

101 

189 

(D) 

138 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

55b 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

572 

1,383 



1 .025 
859 
(D) 

(0) 
73 
93 



1 .1u3 
182 
2U3 



ID) 
(D) 

50 

88 

(D) 

10) 

/9 

217 

213 

23 

I 1 

(D) 

(D) 



387 
3u0 
250 
27 
23 
87 
25 
23 
39 



517 
138 

37 
122 

10 
ID) 
(D) 



301 
66 

221 
33 
16 
15 



3-S 

295 

13 



139 
35 
87 

(D) 
53 

ID) 

10) 
77 

ID) 
71 



(0) 
ID) 
(01 
I 7 
(Jl 
lU) 
10) 
10) 



081 
738 
(D) 
• • • 
(D) 
51 



054 
125 
149 
3 
275 



ID) 
(D) 

30 

72 
(D) 
(0) 

72 
213 
187 

18 

8 

(D) 

(D) 



374 
209 
210 
27 
22 
85 
25 



583 
128 
33 
107 
5 
10) 
(0) 



209 
31 



20l 
272 



(D) 



ID) 
(0) 



1 1 
(0) 

(0) 
(U) 
(0) 

16 
(0) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

1 I 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avadable. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classitied by detailed kind of business. 



Represents sero. 



MISSOURI 



25-23 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE. 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



. Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

< Number) 



With 

payroll 



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 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



SPRINGFIELD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Con. 



Nooscore Retailers 



Toral 

Mail order houses ,--._-- 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



7u6 
155 



(D( 
(D) 



(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(Dl 



(D) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (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) Less than $5(X). 



Represents zero. 



Table 103 A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — STANDARD METROPOUTAN AREAS 
Establishments and Sales, by Kind of Business 



Kind of 



Retail tnde, lottl 

Food stores 

Eating, drinking places 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores 

Furniture, home fumiahings, appliance dealeis 

Automotive group 

Gasoline servicestations 

Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealere 

Drug stores, proprietary stores -, 

Other retail stores . 

Nonstore retailers 



Retail tnde, total 

Food stores 

Eating, drinltmg places 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores , 

Furnitiu%, home furnishings, appliance 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations, 

Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers 

Drug stores, proprietary stores 

Other retail stores _ _ 

Nonstore retailers 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Nuiiil)er) 



Sales, 1948 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 
(Si.ooo) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



KANSAS CITY STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



8,555 

1,924 

2,041 

256 

523 

373 

432 

969 

430 

438 

1,120 

49 



6,428 

1,222 
1,717 
179 
433 
285 
340 
677 
341 
402 
786 
46 



977,244 

165,283 
71,146 

106,021 
72,573 
40,602 

151,854 
35,912 
57, 140 
51,670 
74,855 

150, 188 



939,232 

150,535 
67,827 

105,179 
71,395 
39,613 

147,585 
30,631 
55,690 
50, 967 
69,724 

150,086 



SPRINGFIELD STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



1,317 


900 


341 


165 


235 


192 


45 


33 


58 


58 


45 


38 


89 


74 


182 


98 


80 


72 


41 


37 


186 


123 


5 


5 



99,722 

17, 140 
5,620 

13,404 
8,602 
5,851 

19,611 
4,908 
8,839 
3,536 

11,882 
329 



92,560 

13,900 
5,232 

13,185 
8,442 
5,775 

18,862 
3,591 
8,692 
3,496 

11,006 
329 



Establish- 
ments. 
1948 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total. aD 
establish- 
ments 
(tl.OOO) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 



ST. JOSEPH STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



1,131 


327 


268 


167 


257 


209 


16 


14 


77 


61 


46 


40 


62 


53 


125 


74 


74 


61 


56 


50 


147 


95 


3 


3 



39,540 

18,622 
6,797 

10,575 
3,489 
4,940 

14,441 
3,383 
7,796 
4,855 
8,887 
755 



84,539 

16,713 

6,348 

(D) 

3,277 

4,850 

13,953 

2,516 

7,592 

4,736 

(D) 

755 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

(tl,(XIO) 



ST. LOU IS ST ANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



18,856 


12,923 


5,303 


2,906 


4,931 


3,662 


514 


367 


1,274 


981 


736 


562 


716 


595 


1,791 


1,217 


754 


575 


721 


627 


2,041 


1,372 


65 


59 



1,539,391 

355,403 

146,066 

233,223 

122,132 

36,051 

238,488 

71,644 

95,582 

53,304 

114,073 

17,920 



1,433,666 

310,844 

130,200 

236,315 

118,035 

32,927 

232,714 

61,058 

92,239 

52,036 

104,425 

17,773 



Standard Notes: (D) Wlthlield to avoid disclosure. (Ka) Hot available. ... Repreaenta zero. 

'Data In this table differ from those vhlch appeared In the publications of the l^kd CenBMB of Betall Trade. 
195lt CensuBee in tbe Introduction. 



For a description of the adjuslaaente see CcaqiarlBOn of 19Ud and 



25-24 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 300 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County 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) 



FuU 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



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



BUCHANAN COUNTY (See St. Joseph Standard Metro- 
politan Area, Table 103. ) 

CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY 



Retail trade, total _ 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eauog, drinkiag places, total _ 

Eating places -- 

Drinking places_ 



General merchaadise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Fanaily clothing stores 

Women's clothmg, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores. 

Other clothing, specialty stores. _ 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furoishiogs, apptiaace dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings' storrs, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group. 

Gasoline service stations . 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers. _ 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores... 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



NoDstore retailers. 



CLAY COUNTY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores.. 



Eating, drinkiag places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stadons. 



613 

eo 



(NA) 
(NA 



(NA) 
(NA) 



1C3 
75 
28 

19 
13 



9i319 
7i'^ii6 
(D) 
(OJ 
(D) 
(D) 

1 $bU9 
990 
659 

5.'JS2 
ai600 

e82 

3il 19 
(D) 

1 i«7l 

768 

fdl 

d7 

(D) 

3»307 
1 »P14 
1 tU93 



3i66S 

ai5?5 
Ii3l5 
2f71I 

ll326 
(D) 
(D) 

4 I 668 
?30 
621 

2i?67 
3(11 
(Dl 
733 
(D) 



403 



15i6fe8 

14t57 1 

(D) 



(D) 

5t977 
Ui&l9 
li1=8 

31457 
2tbU0 

b;7 



28 


3i2e5 


5 


3C2 


6 


(NA) 


3 


(NA) 


1 1 


1 ,71. Si 


1 1 


(NA) 


• • 


(NA> 


i 


1118 


22 


2.506 


lu 


1 .266 


8 


1 .'•42 


32 


)6.7.>8 


S3 


6.21M 



«3i7a8 

a 1 657 

6,91B 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

1 1437 
9J2 
535 

5i102 
4,226 

876 

ID) 
(D) 
36t 
1 ,471 
76b 
68) 
87 
(D) 

3,251 
1 ,814 
1 ,437 



ID) 

1 ,315 

ID) 

509 

1 ,326 

(D) 
(D) 

4,290 
ID) 
603 
2,53) 
21 1 
ID) 
733 
ID) 

ID) 



)4,752 

13,705 

ID) 



(D) 

5,397 

4,455 

942 

3,117 

2,3CO 

817 

3.195 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

1 ,735 

1 .735 

ID) 

2,242 

1 ,252 

99U 

16,641. 

5,767 



523 

408 
(D) 
ID) 



2C4 
152 



5UB 
414 
134 

420 
(D) 
41 

226 
81 
67 
14 
(D) 

416 
274 
142 



583 

123 

393 

67 

157 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

69 
138 

21 
CD) 



988 

875 
ID) 



(D) 

1 ,2«l. 

1 ,160 

120 

370 
233 
137 

360 
39 
ul 
ID) 
176 
176 

Vd) 

301 
150 
151 



68,630 
10,555 

a. 190 

ID) 
ID) 
• • • 
ID) 

4,71<^ 

4,1 59 

55^ 

10,039 
7,4H' 
2.621 

7.668 

(D) 

67. 

4,264 

1 ,53<: 

1 ,31- 

221 

(D) 

8,409 
5,488 
2,921 

18.103 

6,719 

12.254 
2.762 
8.028 
1 .464 

3,453 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,334 

2,237 

43t 

ID) 

1 ,474 

ID) 

ID) 



18.847 

15,980 

ID) 



(D) 

28,428 

26,231 

2,197 

7,546 
4,49t 
3,04t 

6,92C 
728 
olt 
ID) 
3,31 1 
3,31 1 
• • • 
(D) 

5.907 
3.034 
2,953 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (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) 



62i600 

o.9aS 

5,599 

ID) 

ID) 



4.369 

3.90t 

451 

9.058 
5.815 
2.242 

0.832 

(D) 

579 

3,895 

1 ,317 

1 ,096 

221 

(D) 

8,07i 
5,453 
2,509 



5,25^ 

11,619 
2,31b 
7,857 

1 ,434 

3.097 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

I ,23> 

2,199 

416 

ID) 

1 .351 

ID) 

IDl 



261 .951 

15,303 

13,589 

ID) 



(D) 

26.673 

24,536 

2,137 

6,373 
4,052 
2,31 1 

5,620 
55b 
568 
ID) 

2,521 

2,521 
• • • 
(D) 

5, 89 J 
2,940 
2,953 

27,022 

9,117 

s than $500. 



265 
2! 1 
10) 
10) 

10) 

190 
165 



297 
1=5 
1 12 

2-5 
(D) 
17 
97 
55 



(D) 



1 !t 

220 
52 

1 44 
^4 

87 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



1 1 
10) 

35 
lU) 



352 
3ul 
ID) 



(D) 

791 
731 



2)7 
1 II 
1u6 



IJ) 
151 
1=1 

*(d") 



34 
347 



173 
124 
ID) 
ID) 



143 
127 



211 

143 



140 
(D) 
14 
72 
35 
28 
7 
(D) 



118 
23 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

27 

46 

8 

ID) 
27 

ID) 



257 
212 
ID) 



(D) 

678 

621 

57 

139 

74 



12 
IDl 
71 
71 

*(V) 

81 
47 
34 

337 

161 



Represents zero. 



MISSOURI 



25-25 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



CLAY COUNTY--Con. 

Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retad stores (except se(»}nd-liand) 

Second-hand stores 

Nonslore retailers 

DUNKLIN COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places 

Drinking places 

General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothingstores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores _ 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furnimre, home furoishiogs, appliance dealers, totaL — 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total- 
Farm equipment dealers _ 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores - 

Noo store retailers .. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY 

Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores _ 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Fadog, driokiag places, total 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



15B 



21 
(NA) 
(NA) 

75 
17 
16 
13 



Sales 



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



ni625 

1 lCi5 
9t7fcC 

7ec 

t. 513 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

531 
H78 
1 l730 
520 
(Dl 
606 
(D) 

101 



7.1106 

7i;i 1 

a ■ • 

(Dl 

Vd] 

1.«57 

505 

2tCU6 

1 .567 

U79 

2.660 
Ht,9 
(D) 

1 .752 
26 1 
26 1 



1 .1^9 
351 

eo8 

8.1105 

«.lt37 

6lC35 

3.681 

1 .682 

672 

910 
(NA) 
(NA) 

3.637 
f<:5 
951 

1.J51 
129 



Estabhsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

(Sl,OO0) 



215 
393 



9.030 

8.8M3 

(131 

• • • 

(Dl 
1-41 

2.83U 
1.612 
1 .222 



1 1 |1(93 

tD) 

9.6614 

(D) 

t. 51 3 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
531 

«7a 

1 .670 
45U 

(Dl 
U9U 

(Dl 

(Dl 



5.530 
5.551 

(D) 

(01 

1 .321 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .866 

1 .387 

147V 

2.650 
ai49 
(D) 
1 .752 
261 
261 
*• • 
(01 

1 .051 
(D) 
(D) 



1.219 

5.737 
ID) 
(01 
538 

(Dl 
(0) 



(D) 
365 
912 

(0) 
ID) 

1147 
(Dl 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



.118 
.959 



(0) 
(01 

2(«96 
1 ,176 
1 .020 



3.385 

108 

3. 2014 

73 

5211 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
U3 
88 
51 
55 

(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



3.070 



311 

3r7 



(0) 
ID) 



201 
153 



175 

121 

54 

31. 3 

60 

(D) 

214 

20 
20 

(Dl 



5C2 
468 



(D) 
(D) 

407 
288 
119 



55.355 
1 .958 

52.424 
1 .984 

9.835 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

599 
1 .934 

978 
1 .236 

10) 
1 .308 

(0) 

(0) 



5.721 
5.638 



4.100 

3.166 

932 

3.591 

2.549 

942 

5.458 
1 .238 
(D) 
3.616 
374 
374 
• • • 
(D) 

2.494 

846 

1 .648 



612 


12.148 


319 


5.225 


594 


1 1 .387 


330 


6.904 


195 


3.1 ae 


69 


1 .295 


97 


1 .857 


85 


1 .522 


1 1 


235 


328 


5.945 


31 


495 


147 


2.829 


70 


1 .071 


14 


255 


■ •• 


• •• 


19 


444 


47 


851 



9.920 
9.359 



(D) 
(D) 



.359 
.501 

.858 



Full 
workweek 



55.584 
I .844 

61 .853 
1.887 

Bi936 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

554 
1 .866 

923 
1 .196 

(Dl 
1 .263 

(D) 

(0) 



5.375 
5.292 



3.856 
3.04b 

eoa 

2.987 

2.298 

689 

4.835 

I .138 

(D) 

3.225 

282 

282 



2.40J 

846 

1.557 

12.000 

6.060 

11.253 
6.899 
3.079 
1.285 

I .628 

1 .393 

235 

5.797 
483 
2.791 
1.051 
237 
• « • 
384 
851 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



8.995 
8.448 



(D) 
(D) 

8.010 
5.817 
2.193 



Total 
(Number) 



813 
32 

74a 



194 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
1 3 
26 
18 



159 
156 

(Dl 

(Ul 

171 

139 

32 



(D) 

lo3 

15 

15 

(Dl 

49 
15 
34 

193 

159 

219 
103 

86 
30 

64 



139 

12 
56 



Full 

workweek 



235 

218 



(D) 
(D) 



285 
217 



784 

27 

722 



147 
(D) 
(D) 

"(D) 
1 1 



127 
124 
• • • 

(D) 

(D) 

149 
124 
25 



(D) 
121 



204 
102 
73 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
in(»rpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Numberl 



170 
155 



(D) 
(D) 



204 
159 



27 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



13 
13 

(D) 
27 

(D) 



166 
151 



(D) 
(D) 



24 
17 



(D) 
5 
6 



(Dl 

24 

14 
10 

33 



32 

10 



_25 

("naI 

(NA) 



16 
9 
12 



_78 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.r. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $500. 

' Group totals may include data for estabUshments without payroll which could nut be classified by detailed kind of bltainess. 



Represents zero. 



25-26 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE^Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County 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 

(DoUarsI 



Full 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rat^ 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



FRANKLIN COUNTY - -Con. 

General merchaodise group, (oral. 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores - 

Ready-to-wear stores --- 

Other clothing, specialty store.s 

Other apparel stores -. 

Furniture, home furaisbiogs, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group 

Gasolioe service stations 

Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers -- 

Lumber, building materials, supphes, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores ^ 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) _ 

Second-hand stores 

Nonstore retailers 



GREENE COUNTY (See Springfield Standard Metro- 
politan Area, Table 103. ) 



JACKSON COUNTY 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total _ 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinkiag places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) - 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total. 

Department stores 

Dr>' goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores . 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores... 

Other apparel stores . 



Furniture, home furoisbiags, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers ( franchi-sed) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised). 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers _ . . 



26 
3i 
UC 

62 

751 



I Hit 
15 

15 
65 

«33 

102 

(NA) 

fNft) 

112 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

68 

317 
19C 

(NAl 

(NA) 

124 

86 

lae 

•■2 
26 



656 
508 
16 
6 
22 
15 
58 



71 
U16 



1 la 

15 



371 
88 
67 



28 
18 
50 

215 

128 

59 

70 

36 

228 
70 
78 
6H 



3iK2 

21'^c'U 
518 

1.351 
277 
IDI 
173 
390 
390 

• • • 
101 

1 >7C0 
77M 
9-?6 

7iZ22 

2i919 

3.217 

(D) 

1 .698 

(D) 

1.068 
(D) 
(D) 

a.UM8 
(D> 
820 

3.239 

ItO 

• • • 
(D) 

2B 



16 



933.857 
155.887 

iat.et3 

2.2U9 
621 
1.531 
2.C22 
4.259 

63.671 

U0.219 

3.216 

20.239 

113.371 

91.861 

6.991 

1 .136 

10.C31 

67.311 

10.?9C 

(NA) 

(NA) 

28.C;l 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.122 

11 .PB6 

26.870 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11.318 

159.963 

120.657 

23.ri1 

12.733 

3.S-'7 



2.726 
2i21u 

51H 

1 .221 
199 
(0) 
173 
390 
39t 

101 

1 .121 

771 
650 

7,110 

2.523 

3.053 

(D) 

1 .622 

(Dl 

1 .068 
(D) 
(D) 



728 
(Dl 
132 



(0) 
(Dl 



891 .883 

116.619 

136.069 

1 .765 

391 

(D) 

1 .821 

(D) 

60.166 

38.121 

2.982 

19.063 

112.381 

91(861 

6.111 

1 .286 

9.793 

66.162 

(D) 

8.719 

16.138 

27.671 

(D) 

1 .661 

(D) 

(D) 

39,592 
25.51h 
19.526 
6.650 
13.116 

151,383 

120.125 

2C.36t 

12,217 

1 .613 



215 
165 



(Dl 
13 



183 
1 10 
73 



310 
(D) 
159 
(D) 

139 

(D) 
(D) 



1 18 
172 



(D) 
(D) 



1 19.255 

10.631 
9.186 
138 
19 
(D) 
138 
(D) 

11.177 

10.155 

671 

3.018 

1 8 . 360 

15.5f^1 

758 

1 11 

1 .981 

1 1 ,998 
1 ,538 
1 .203 
3.765 
1.867 
(D) 
328 

CD) 
625 

6.980 
5.179 
3,971 
1 .268 
1.711 

15.251 

11.536 

1 .329 

2.2r9 

177 



3.833 
2.817 
1 .016 

1 .125 
1 10 
(Dl 
651 
506 
506 



2.991 
1 .689 
1 .305 

12.131 

1. 166 

5.907 
(D) 

2.967 
(D) 

2.866 
(D) 
(D) 



2.156 

3.306 

272 



(D) 
(D) 



2J1 .006 

177.581 

2.657 

551 

(D) 

9.631 

(D) 

287 .809 

215.159 

12.701 

59.619 

392.716 
310.111 

11.987 
1 .753 

35.537 

231. o99 

28.262 

22.296 

79.171 

93.811 

(D) 

6.355 

(D) 

ll^, 853 

121.756 
91 .721 
70.719 
22.175 
31 .832 

271.971 

215.513 

21.192 

31 .556 

3.11- 



3.200 
2.358 

812 

1 .019 
71 
ID) 
197 
363 
363 



2.973 
1 .671 
1 .299 

12.251 

3.616 

5.605 
(D) 

2.722 
(D) 

2.656 

(D) 
(D) 



2.255 

3.231 

256 



(D) 
(D) 



Gasoline service stations - 



2,117.066 

1 60.103 

158.153 

2.502 

515 

(D) 

9.221, 

(D) 

261,671 

197.972 

10.316 

56.351 

310.289 
266.150 

13.181 
1 .513 

29.1 16 

221.351 

26.601 

21 .226 

71.80b 

91.131 

(D) 

5,782 

(D) 

10.583 

122.511 
69.820 
69.886 
21.135 
31 .191 

270.685 

213.816 

23.911 

29.996 

2.931 

66.631 



127 

11 



(01 
23 



(01 
62 



215 

79 

106 
(D) 
66 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



1.023 
3.515 
11 
12 
(D) 
1=8 
(D) 

7.6D3 

5.711 

11 1 

1.196 

7.892 

6.305 
362 

15 
1.160 

1.211 
516 
3B1 
1.190 
1 .961 
(D) 
162 
(D) 
2i>1 

1.79^^ 

1 .21 1 

928 

303 

559 

3.169 

2.515 

319 

561 

11 



2 

(01 

10 

10 

lu 



(D) 
16 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



33 

61 
5 

(D) 
(D) 



2.936 

2.501 



(D) 
161 
(D) 

6.50 = 

1.910 

201 

1.317 

1.960 
3.666 

269 
31 

772 

3.671 
398 
322 
1 .015 
1 ,761 
(D) 
126 
(D) 
106 

1 .613 

1 .166 

c99 

279 

166 

3.326 

2.603 

306 

172 

10 



59b 118 39.31C 35,551 3.589 73.191 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than S500. 

' Gioup totals may include data for establishments without pajToU which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



1.111 1.116 

. . . Represents zero. 



MISSOURI 



25-27 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 300 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dalian) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



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



JACKSON COUNTY--Con. 

Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores - ^ 



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. 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands. -. 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations., 
ItTerchandise vending machine operators 



JASPER COUNTY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinkiag places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General mercfaaodise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoestores 

Men's, boy.s' rlothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clottiing. specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clot hing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home fiirriishing.s .stores, antique stores 

Household ap|iliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group . 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers _ 

Lumber, l)uilding materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores _ 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drugstores.- . . 

Proprietary stores. .... . 



Other relailstores, total 

Liquor stores. 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



29; 
1< 



(NA) 
(NA) 



2«2 
212 



225 

ise 

67 



35 
I 1 

6U 
19 

(NA) 

(NA) 

23 

16 

7 
3 

55 
27 



(NA) 
.'NA) 



1^; 

35 



233 
32 



1C3 
90 



165 

120 

45 

30 
21 



60«8"« 

2. lUC 

•^1693 

12tlE9 

5.762 

47|0U1 
(NA) 
(NA) 

58i«7tJ 
7t59« 
4.695 
5.338 

n.°12 
2.795 
3.Pi4 
3.236 
1 .161 
f98 
2.292 
4.551 
1.1 i9 
7.191 
2.2C9 

126. C6C 

ID) 

16.7BC 

(D) 



95.52C 

21.109 
19.237 
(D) 
128 
61 
(D) 

5.7?9 
1.276 
I .153 

ll.lf2 
9.173 
1 .679 

4.365 

1 .243 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .569 

1.333 

236 

(C) 

3.615 
2.501 
1 .311 

20.122 

7.915 

7.019 
2.2BC 
3.9.'3 



2.567 

(NA) 
(NA) 

10.148 
1.59B 

fu3 
l. = 33 

615 

2.1 
1 ."37 

3C0 



Nonstore retailers 

Standard Notes: 



58.664 

2i02P 

40.363 

1 1 .637 

4.636 

45.503 

43.293 

2.210 

52.386 

6.816 

4.117 

1.501 

10.246 

2.189 

3.260 

2.636 

(D) 

(D) 

2.174 

1.300 

1 .139 

7.108 

1 (921 

120.170 

ID) 

1 1 .522 

(D) 



18.015 

16.345 

(D) 



5,107 
3.910 
1 ,197 

10,941 
(D) 
(D) 

1,285 
(01 
919 
505 
1 ,569 
1 .333 
23b 
(01 

3.177 
2.277 
1 .2UU 

19,734 

6,229 

6,81 1 
2,280 
3,797 

734 

2,451 
(D) 
(D) 

8,971 
4.202 

227 
1 ,933 

521 

221 
1 ,723 

144 

815 



8,345 

261 

5,150 

2.219 

685 

6,148 

5,896 

252 

7,907 
5C6 
547 
397 

1 ,717 
400 
513 
199 
(D) 
(D) 
437 

1,177 
136 

1 ,065 
377 

1 5 , 869 
(Dl 

2,501 
(D) 



1 .085 
951 



6 
91 

1 (055 
872 
181 

1 ,684 

1,120 

264 

502 
129 
1 10 
(D) 
203 
168 
35 
(D) 

49C 
340 
150 

1 ,860 

562 



652 
217 
369 



311 
(D) 
(D) 

692 

117 
50 

131 
80 
31 

232 



160,451 
1,612 

104,170 
39.751 
11 ,591 

1 19.023 

1 11.651 

1.372 

163.708 
9.129 

10.91 1 
8.011 

33.15t 
8.945 
9.120 
8.691 
(D) 
(D) 
8.69? 

30.519 
2,521 

23.291 
7.517 

318.875 

(Dl 

18.125 

(D) 



21 .885 

19.195 

669 

• • • 

291 

I .727 

21 .139 

17.562 

3.577 

30.917 

26.017 

1.900 

10.314 

2.603 

2.197 

(D) 

4.111 

3.273 

868 

(D) 

8.610 
5.58U 
3.060 

38.1 54 

10.970 

1 1 .318 
3.176 
6.987 
1 .155 

5.993 
(D) 
(D) 

13.635 
3,.J36 
1 .015 
2.317 
1 .478 

625 
1.809 

295 

3.598 



154.784 
4.524 

100.380 
38,490 
1 1 ,290 

1 10,636 

106,51 1 

4.125 

157.880 
B.314 

10.126 
7.813 

32.091 
8.565 
9.224 
8.196 
(D) 
(D) 
8.223 

30.098 
2.289 

22.596 
7.151 

284.216 

ID) 

47.516 

(D) 



19.917 

17.433 

563 

• • • 

288 

1 .631 

19.919 

16.435 

3.464 

28.228 

21.191 

1.037 

10.053 

2.503 

2.151 

(D) 

1.017 

3.181 

836 

ID) 

7.114 
1.114 
3.000 



10.243 

10.892 
3.051 
6.589 
1.112 

_5.55d 
(D) 
(D) 

12.972 
2.95B 

98B 
2.134 
1 .137 

617 
1.619 

219 

3.55i 



2.053 

57 

1 .322 

170 
2ti4 

2.506 

2.4^0 

1 15 

2.539 
182 
IBS 
129 
485 
152 
116 
1B5 
(D) 
(D) 
215 
314 
42 
372 
133 

5,798 
ID) 
900 
(D) 



508 
445 



7 
42 

854 
738 
1 16 

859 
670 
189 

219 

50 

48 

(D) 

1 15 

91 



155 

1 12 

53 



223 

64 
129 
30 

186 
(D) 
(D) 



25 
59 
27 
I I 
105 



1 ,252 

442 

185 

2.054 

1 .966 

9B 

2.377 
117 
153 
120 
442 
135 
133 
158 
(D) 
(D) 
193 
326 
35 
342 
119 

1.739 
(01 
867 
(D) 



375 
323 



725 
618 
107 

667 
557 
110 



12 
(D) 
103 
82 
21 
(D) 

132 
83 



1 17 
27 

150 
(D) 
(D) 



59 

78 
109 

308 

(NA) 
(NA) 



101 
17 
51 
P4 
(D) 
(D) 



82 

517 
ID) 
163 
(D) 



266 

228 

12 

10 



12 



268 
206 



32 
28 



51 

14 

fNA) 

(NA) 

11 

1 1 

3 

(01 



39 

(NA) 
(NA) 

159 
2b 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.e. Not elsewhere classified. .\'.\X Not applicable. 

Gioup totals may include data for estabUshments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



90 

I I 

Represents zero. 



25-28 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 300 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 





Establishments 


Sales 


PayroU, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) • 
(Number) 


County and kind of business 


Total' 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(Dollars) 


Full 
workweek 

(Dollars) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


JEFFERSON COUNTY 

Retail trade, total-.- 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 


5C5 
113 

1 
5 

Q 

1 12 

at 

?7 

23 

U 

!U 
? 
3 
4 
U 
3 
1 
1 

25 
12 
13 

33 

71 

3^ 
6 
17 

15 

(NA) 
(NA) 

19 
3 
7 

1 1 

7 

• • • 

15 
2 

11 

3.7C5 

707 
127 
31 
21 
111 
53 
61 

ei» 

2 = 7 
67 

292 

12C 

3 
62 

7 
16 

231 

53 

(NA) 

_(NA) 

= 3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

36 

197 

1C9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

8e 


297 

61 

51 

1 

• • ■ 

1 

5 

68 
16 
22 

15 

1 1 
1 

11 
2 
3 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 

19 

12 
7 

23 

39 

26 
6 

15 
5 

9 
8 
1 

23 
3 

5 
5 
5 

3 
2 

2.389 

159 
329 

17 
7 
15 

17 
11 

112 

217 

13 

182 

PO 
3 

36 
5 

36 

183 

13 
23 
11 
73 
53 
7 
13 
30 

127 
69 
36 
33 

58 


31.996 

10.231 

9.770 

IDl 

• ■ • 

5S 

(D) 

2.973 
1 .915 
1 .058 

2.603 

2. 127 

176 

1 .095 
ID) 
(01 
6U1 
228 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .336 
928 
108 

6.828 

3.2P2 

3.656 

730 

2.131 

192 

8'- 5 
(NA) 
(NA) 

2.019 
192 
391 
720 
172 

[^! 

138 

156.376 

151 .613 
110.981 
1 .629 
1.033 
2.371 
2.792 
2.837 

27.011 

17.373 

1.113 

8.180 

35.1=2 

ID) 

7.569 

(D) 

1.6U6 

17.689 
3.581 

(NA) 
(NA) 

5.901 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 .321 

13.111 

6.955 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.159 


31 .21(. 

9,287 

8,896 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

2,393 

1 ,671 

722 

2,365 

1 .889 
176 

1.095 
(0) 
(D) 
511 
228 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,278 
928 
350 

6,171 

2,661 

3,50H 
730 
(D) 
(D) 

627 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,557 
192 
(D) 
578 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

• ■ • 

131 ,181 

115,627 

137,817 

1 ,373 

619 

601 

2,69L' 

2.189 

^1,51o 

16,887 

933 

6.69U 

31,318 
(Dl 

6,997 
(D) 

1l39t 

16,791 
3,301 
3,56B 
2,891 
5,753 
5,091 
123 
536 
1 ,278 

12,161 
6,113 
1,660 
1 .183 
6,021 


2,715 

501 
168 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

393 

321 
72 

218 
117 
71 

111 
(0) 
(Dl 
67 
19 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

167 
127 

1U 

521 
228 

365 
72 

257 
35 

79 
(D) 
(D) 

126 

5 

12 

29 

16 

i»" 

(D) 

(D) 

15,675 

1 1 .652 

1C.19(. 

92 

10 

38 

783 

219 

5.255 

1,26C 
131 
871 

1,281 
(D) 
815 
(D) 
707 

2,352 
118 
186 
1P9 
881 
789 
23 
69 
158 

1 ,377 
835 

6rl 

231 

512 


52.110 

9,611 
8,913 
(D) 
« •• 
(D) 
(D) 

8.561 
7,117 
1,517 

1.229 
2.752 
1 .157 

2.056 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 .200 
He 
(D) 
(D) 

(n) 

2,896 

2,225 

573 

10,056 

1.73C 

5.691 

1 .169 

1.637 

588 

1 .333 

(D) 
(D) 

2.126 
109 
893 
351 
35t 
• •■ 
(D) 
(D) 

'J69.505 

223.931 

199.868 

1 .900 

636 

83'. 

16.613 

1.057 

lUO.oUl 

O0.359 

2.117 

17.985 

82,919 
(01 

16.171 
(D) 

11,218 

11.610 

7.381 

9.090 

7.222 

17,591 

15.871 

312 

1 .378 

3.350 

26.956 
15.552 
1 1 .116 
1.136 

1 1 ,ioe 


17,790 

B.119 
7.715 
(D) 
■ • • 
(D) 
(D) 

7.952 
5.535 
1.127 

3.855 
2,S7B 
1.277 

1 .962 
(Dl 
ID) 

1 .161 
361 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2.581 

2.000 

581 

9.516 

3.82i 

5.311 

1 .136 

1.560 

315 

1 .297 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,972 
86 
893 
361 
335 
• • • 
(D) 
(D) 

7B3,53b 

1^2.232 

171 ,979 

1.551 

581 

565 

11.092 

3.361 

t9.96L 

71 .510 

2.015 

16.275 

73.277 
(Dl 

11.907 
(D) 

1 1 .573 

39.992 

6,691 

8.390 

6.129 

16.009 

11.175 

32(, 

1 .211 

2.773 

25.181 
11.653 
10.611 
3.819 
10.521 


1 .119 

229 

210 
(01 

(D) 
(D) 

251 
216 

38 

1 1 1 
58 
16 

57 
(01 
1(3) 
31 
13 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

56 
11 
15 

119 

101 

107 
21 

yi 

IS 

39 
(D) 
(D) 

10 
3 

12 
7 
6 

(D)" 
(B) 

16.736 

1.3^5 

3.711 

31 

11 

31 

369 

131 

2,836 

2.303 

32 

151 

2,058 
(01 
395 
(D) 
556 

985 

157 

1 73 

177 

380 

336 

10 

31 

98 

109 
218 
158 
60 
191 


901 

151 
136 
(D) 

• • • 

(D) 
(D) 

202 

168 

31 

88 
55 
33 

18 
(Dl 
(Dl 

30 

9 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

13 

31 

9 

110 

71 

91 
20 
51 

7 

^ 35 
(D) 
(D) 

3^ 
2 

12 
7 
1 

• • • 
(D) 
(D) 

• • • 

12,525 

2,923 
2.525 
25 
1 1 
19 
252 
91 

2.1 16 

1 1700 

51 

365 

1 .155 
(D) 
2o7 
(D) 
323 

711 
106 
110 
1 12 
290 
258 

e 

21 
53 

319 
193 
111 
19 
156 


551 

132 

111 
(0) 


Fruit sturea, vegetable markets _. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 


(D) 
(D) 


Eatiag, driokiog places, total 


128 
71 


Drinking places. 

General mercbaodise group, total. 

General merchandise group (except variety) ._ 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 


57 

21 

20 

1 

11 
ID) 


Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores. 


(Dl 
1 

1 


Ready-to-wear stores 


(D) 
(D) 




(D) 


Furoiture, home fuTDishiogs, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores _ 


27 
9 

18 


Antomotive group 


12 
72 


Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip. dealers, total.. 
Farm equipment dealers 


23 
2 

9 




12 


Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 


15 

(NAl 




(NA) 


Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 


58 
3 


Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 


8 
1 1 


Jewelry stores . - 




Book, stationery stores 


• • • 




(D) 


Second-hand stores. 


(D) 




16 




3.695 


Food stores, total 


737 
1-8 


Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets.- . 


35 




25 


Candv. nut, confectionery stores . 


125 




50 


Other food stores. 


61 


Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Refreshment stands 


711 

290 

73 




319 


General merchandise group, total 

Department stores _ . 


1 15 
IDl 


Dry goods, general merchandise stores . 


66 


General stores 


(D) 




11 


AppareL accessories stores, total 


170 

10 


Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores , 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Women's clothing, specialty stores 


59 


Readv-to-wear stores. 


(NA) 


Millinerv stores 


(NA) 




(NA) 


Other apparel stores 


25 


Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores . .. 


i';i 

100 




21 




(NA) 


Household appliance, radio, TV stores. 


(NA) 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.r. Not elsewhere classified. .KX.X Not applicable 
Group totals may include data for estabUshments without payroll which could not be claswified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents aero. 



MISSOURI 

Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



25-29 



County and kind of business 



ST. LOUIS COUNTY- -Con. 



Automotive group, [otal 

Passenger car dealers (franchifcd) 

Passenger c-ar dealers {nonfranchised) _ 

Tire, battery, aceessory dealers 

Other automotive dealeni 



Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, brm equip, dealers, total. 
Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores. . . 

Hardware stores . . 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores... 

Proprietary stores _ 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelrj' stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists. _ 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Miisie stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



NoQstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizationa. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



Establishments 



Total 

(Niunber) 



)f7 
5] 



IT 
(NA) 
(NA) 

5r 

7r 
2<i 
U7 



j72 
2 



With 
payroll 



1C<5 
51 
22 
23 

13 



I6-; 

15 
55 
21 
66 

132 
128 



252 

38 
50 
23 
19 

6 
11 
26 

3 

U 
19 
11 

7 
25 

7 

5U 

2 

«2 

10 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(SI.OOO) 



70tCf 2 
41=^3 

2«e:!6 

2>23"l 
'l!;i'7C 

3"(if 19 
3it95 

22.9a 1 
1.373 
6l61C 

WfUOM 

(NA') 
(NA) 

27."01 

7.079 

6.71 1 

3.568 

1 .799 

?76 

931 

1 .223 

tJ22 

U16 

l.l'L? 

7-5 

5U7 

1 .683 

302 

9.415 
10) 

5.907 
(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



79(437 

70.062 

4.637 

2.71b 

2.022 

37,544 

33.683 
3,589 

22,745 
1,311 
6n)3b 

19,248 
(D) 
(D) 

23,115 

6,557 

5,449 

3.4tB 

853 

212 

461 

1 ,079 

(D) 

(D) 

687 

725 

493 

1,683 

180 

4,947 
10) 

1 ,745 
(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



7,357 

5,517 

225 

430 
184 

3,668 

4.1U5 
367 

2.761 
2«2 
755 

2,334 
(D) 
(D) 

2,501 

328 

956 

355 

104 

25 

47 

233 

6 

9 

83 

65 

33 

321 

25 

629 
(01 

245 
(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



130,407 

1 15,316 

4.052 

8.052 

2.977 

70.519 

77,710 
5.199 

52.587 
4.731 

14.143 

48,305 
(D) 
(D) 

54.382 

5.828 

21 .342 

7,511 

2.345 

475 

777 

4.504 

99 

284 
2.134 
1 .344 

598 
5.388 

653 

8.930 
(D) 

5.318 
(D) 



Full 
workweek 



129.429 

1 15,220 

3.997 

7.556 

2.546 

50.926 

74.057 
6.054 

51 .30i 
3.484 

13,216 

41.121 
(D) 
(D) 

49.039 

5.069 

19.597 

7.195 

2.070 

392 

599 

4.17b 

51 

254 

1 ,794 

984 

509 

5,597 

550 

8.319 
(0) 

4,707 
(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



1 .477 
1,257 

b8 
123 

39 

1 .358 

1.019 

b5 

614 

77 

243 

1 .130 
(D) 
(D) 

937 

136 

296 

125 

38 

17 

21 

79 

6 

15 

47 

26 

13 

102 

16 

203 
(0) 

1<;7 

(D) 



FuU 
workweek 



1 .440 
1 ,252 



100 
32 



581 

47 

197 

788 
(D) 
(D) 

734 

90 

254 

1 14 

29 

1 I 

)3 

63 

2 

10 

33 

16 



154 
(0) 
78 
(D) 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rat«l 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



31 
23 

87 

116 

(NA) 
(NA) 

435 
43 



13 
18 
16 

391 
(D) 
350 
(D) 



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



(Z) Less than $5(X). 



432272 O -57 -3 



25-30 



RElAlL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores - 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) marketS- 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places --- 



General merchandise group, total . . 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores - 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores - 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores - - 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, a[>pliaQce dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers . 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers. - 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total . 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores.tolal.. 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewehy stores. 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers- 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



151 

131 



1t1 

100 
1*1 



9 
(NA) 

;na) 

17 
12 



35 



With 
payroll 



61 

53 

3 

" • • 

3 

109 
76 
33 



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



63,098 

(D) 
12,033 
180 
128 
(Dl 
(PI 

(D) 

3.1'*3 

(D) 

8if:8 

7.39? 
1 f??5 

3.181 

690 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 i3?8 

1.191 

167 

in 

2. "=07 
1 .666 

6U1 

(D> 

3,719 

(D) 

(D) 

2,55 3 



1.'J67 
1 ."67 



6.712 

3.0CC 
62 

1 .179 
ac9 
221 

1.633 
^•^9 



(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



11.282 

10. 387 

136 

(Dl 
(Dl 

3.907 
2.905 
1 .002 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 i22b 

3.129 
690 
(D) 
257 
1 .358 
1 .191 
167 
(Dl 

2.383 

1 .6"t8 

735 

lUl565 

3.261 

3.3t3 
(Dl 

2.525 
(01 

(Dl 
(Dl 



6.322 
2i8«2 

(Dl 
1 .139 

(Dl 

221 
I .591 

(Dl 

(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1.0001 



713 
61*8 



(Dl 
(CI 

839 

681 
158 

1 .303 
1 ll»9 

2'« 

3"7 
85 

(D) 
?6 
173 
147 
26 
(Dl 

371 
271 

let 



3t2 

350 
(Dl 

2Ht 
(HI 

21 r 

21c 



(D) 
1 K' 
(Dl 
79 
'-9 
31 
222 
(Dl 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



(D) 



13.852 

12,537 

61 

• • • 

(Dl 

(Dl 

16.207 
1 3.077 

3.130 

26i30e 

22.527 

3.781 

7.996 

1 .682 

(D) 

501 

3.676 

3.011 

636 

IDI 

6.6C'^ 
1.501 
2.101 

29.09C 

6.118 

6.168 
(Dl 

t. 325 
(Dl 

3.563 
3.563 



(D) 
2.3C7 

(Dl 
1 .375 
1 .319 

625 
1.637 

(Dl 



(D) 



Full 
workweek 



123. 197 

12.965 

1 1 .721 

61 

• • • 

ID) 

(Dl 

15.376 

12. 356 

3.020 

21.15L 

20.995 

3.155 

7.796 

1 .6lL 

W 

195 

3.571 

2.958 

616 

(Dl 

5.199 
3.136 
2.063 

2B.96U 

5.726 

5.921 
(Dl 

1.078 
(Dl 

3.102 
3.102 



(D) 
2.211 

(01 
1 .301 
1 .271. 

617 
1.175 

(Dl 



(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



3.031 



302 
271 



IDI 
(01 

652 
552 

100 

7'.0 
562 
M" 

193 
33 

(D) 
11 

I.-1 
83 
19 

(Dl 

120 
87 
33 

391 

116 

117 
(01 

81 
(01 

lv>2 
1 .2 

(D) 

4? 

(Dl 
33 



1 JO 
(Dl 



(D) 



Full 
workweek 



(Number I 



212 

217 

1 

(Dl 
(Dl 

519 

160 

89 

558 

171 



171 
27 
(D) 



92 
61 
31 

386 

129 

105 

(01 

70 

(Dl 



(D) 
1' 

(01 
27 
21 
1'. 
b7 

(01 

(D) 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



(D) 
137 

7 

10 

(01 

(CI 

(D) 

126 

51 



(NA) 

(NA) 

10 

7 

3 

(01 

25 

1 1 



(D) 



(D) 

(D) 

16 

(01 



12 

(01 

7 

10 

6 

32 

(01 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, n.er. Not elsewhere classified. .\XX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 

' Gioup totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be cla^aified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents zero. 



MISSOURI 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



25-31 



City and kind of business 



KANSAS CITY 



Reuil trade, total . 



otal. 



Food stores, t 

Grocery stores _ 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stortrs. _ 



Eating, drinkiog places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) - 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, totaL 

Department sturps 

Dry goods, general mercliandise stores 

General stores , _ 

Variety stores,. - . 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores ._... 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family elotiiing stores 

Women's clotliing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty store-s , . 
Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishiags, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home fumisliings stores. 

Furniture stores ... 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household .i|)pliaiice. radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchi-scd) 

Pa.sscnger car declers (nonfranchised) , 

Tire, batter>', accessory dealers 

Other automotix-e dealers 



Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bidg. mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 

Farm etiuijKiicnt dcalci-s _. _ 

Lumber, Imiiding materials dealers 

Plumbing, jiaint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores . ... 



Drug stores, proprietaiy stores, total. 

Drug stores . 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers. 

Feed, farm, garden supply stoi«s 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationerj' stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizationa. . 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



5,129 

828 

593 

25 

22 
36 
51 
99 

1 ,153 
652 



1t3 

13 

72 

2 

52 

398 

92 

(NA) 

(NA) 

127 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

66 

258 

165 

(NA) 

(NA) 

90 

290 

63 

136 



5>* 
82 
77 

279 
(NA) 
(NA) 

666 
75 
^8 
23 
89 
32 
37 
50 
h2 
15 
29 
31 
6 
69 
76 

>»50 
15 

398 
37 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



5>t^ 
13 



51 

91*7 

510 
58 
379 

85 
13 
3t 
2 
36 

3H0 
80 
62 
33 

117 
7H 
25 
18 
■»8 

176 

112 

5H 

58 

6u 

190 
t9 
76 
53 
12 



1'»7 

6 

i<6 

56 

39 

239 

211 

28 

391* 
57 

2^ 
11 

>t5 
22 
17 
36 
IB 
11 
23 
15 
6 
65 



13 
52 
17 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(tl.ooo) 



83'*, ba^ 

128, 9H2 

119.383 

1 .993 

570 
1,1+78 
1 ,604 
3,690 

59,990 

38,276 

2.818 

18,896 

(D) 

(D) 

5.339 

(D) 

8,3'm 

(D) 

9,831 

(NA) 

(NA) 

27. 1 31 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(D) 

2H.611 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(d) 

(D) 

102. 196 

22. 321 

11 .568 

(D) 

25.029 

50,863 

1 ,01*7 

33,664 

11 .728 

t. 38"+ 

42. 117 
(NA) 
(NA) 

53,582 
7,303 

(D) 
2,815 
10,202 
2.742 
3.442 
2,878 
1 . 164 

698 
2. 171 

(D) 

(D) 
7.018 
2,207 

124,922 

(D) 

15,6 36 

(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



799.829 

121, 382 

11 3,943 

1.529 

(D) 

1 .706 
2.704 

57.276 

36.768 

2.6 36 

17.874 

105.443 
(0) 

4.551 
(D) 

8, 106 

64. 108 
9.6 39 

(D) 

15.963 

26,631 

23.739 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

35,128 
24,603 
16.680 
5,923 
11 .525 

1 34.899 
101 .676 

(D) 
11 .082 

(D) 

22,515 

49. 109 
(D) 

33.366 

11 . 154 

(D) 

40,827 

38,819 

2.C08 

48,266 

6.697 

(D) 

2.091 

9.592 

(a) 

2.946 

2.464 

(D) 

(D) 

2,091 

(D) 

(D) 

6,932 

1 .919 

119 674 

(D) 

11 , 184 

(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



13.535 

10.034 

609 

2,892 

17. 380 

(D) 

519 

(D) 

1 .662 

11 .778 
1 ,433 

(D) 
3.749 
4.793 
4,290 

(D) 

(a) 

(D) 

6,518 
4,987 
3.854 
1.133 
1.531 

13.400 

9,826 

(D) 

2.050 

(D) 

2.620 

7.400 
190 

4, 441 
2,201 

568 

5.562 

5. 316 
246 

7.546 
499 
(D) 
235 

1 .629 
(D) 
460 
472 
(D) 
(D) 
431 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .045 
352 

15.626 

(a) 

2.456 
(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUart) 



2. 164,610 

169,941 

149,043 

2,386 

(D) 

(D) 

9.085 

5.567 

273,493 

205.590 

10.979 

56.924 

375.805 

(D) 

10.520 

CD) 

29.843 

230.643 

26.384 

(D) 

79. 140 

92.448 

62.422 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

115,51 3 
88,637 
69.026 
19.611 
27.876 

241 ,376 

184.203 

(D) 

29.469 

(D) 

52.515 

142,108 

3.661 

89.848 

38.915 

9.684 

J^08. 167 

103.914 

4.273 

156.137 
9.033 

4,317 
31 .502 

(a) 

9.077 

8. 152 
(D) 
(D) 

8.448 

(D) 

(D) 

22.890 

6.964 

317.790 

(a) 

46,955 

(a) 



FuU 
workweek 



1 .993,274 

152, ^^^_ 

1 32 , 246 
2,231 

(a) 

(a) 

6,737 

5,430 

251,915 

168,924 

8,891 

54, 100 

295.912 

(a) 

9.523 
(D) 

24.576 

220,816 

24.848 

(D) 

74.673 

89.908 

80.6ff5" 

(a) 

(a) 

(D) 

114.373 

86,743 
66.231 

18.512 
27.630 

237.599 
182.643 

(a) 

27.939 

(a) 

48.370 

136,998 

3.555 

86.107 

37,813 

9,523 

101 .203 

97,126 

4.077 

150,807 

8,218 

(D) 

4,272 

30.504 

(O) 

8,939 

7,711 

(D) 

(a) 

8.005 

(0) 

(DL 

22, .(04 

6.608 

283.170 

(a) 

46.184 

(a) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



40,209 

3. 389 

2.941 
34 

(a) 
(a) 

175 
123 

7,218 

5,452 

354 

1 .412 

7,422 

(a) 
25 3 
(a) 
996 

4,144 
466 

(a) 
1,182 
1 ,907 
1.65 3 

(a) 
(a) 
(a) 

1 .575 

1 .163 

888 

275 

412 

3,014 
2.162 

(a) 

503 

(a) 

1 ,022 



1 .142 
455 
167 

2,346 

2,233 

113 

2,482 
180 

(a) 

65 
455 

(a) 

130 

170 

(a) 
(a) 

207 

(a) 
(a) 

365 
175 

5.789 

(a) 

830 

Ta) 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



32.733 

2.473 

2.089 

29 

(a) 

(D) 
153 
111 

6. 169 

4.667 

243 

1 ,259 

4.545 

(a) 

190 

(a) 

558 

3.608 
371 

(a) 
1,01 3 

1 .728 
1,527 

(a) 
(a) 
(a) 

1 .517 

1.113 

863 

250 

404 

2,901 

2,129 

(D) 

439 

(a) 

8 35 

1 ,708 
40 

1 ,082 
431 
155 

1 ,890 

1 ,793 

97 

2,256 

145 

(a) 
61 

418 
(D) 
128 
150 

(a) 
(a) 

167 

(a) 
(a) 
335 

111 

4,731 
(a) 

848 

(a) 



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



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.r. Not elsewliere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) 1*33 than $500. 

' Gioup totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be cla.ssified by detailed kind of business. 



895 

669 

27 

(a) 

(a) 

45 

88 

1,384 

763 

83 

5 38 

126 

(a) 

90 

(a) 
33 

281 
46 
(NA) 
(NA) 
92 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(a) 

252 

163 

(NA) 

(NA) 

87 

256 

40 

(a) 

57 
(D) 



43 
70 
86 

269 
(NA) 
(NA) 

714 
76 

(D) 
28 
91 

(a) 

42 
71 

(a) 
(a) 

31 
(a) 
(a) 

44 

80 



441 

(a) 
389 
(a) 



Represents zero. 



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RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

< $1,000) 



Establish- 

menta with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 

workweek 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



ST, JOSEPH 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eating, driakiog places, total . 

Eating places 

Drinlong places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-\ve4ir stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furoishitigs, appliance dealers, total. 

Fumitm-e. home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores. 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



170 
1U5 



1 16 

ire 



(NA) 

(NA) 

26 



(NA) 
(NA) 



loa 

91 



Nonstore retailers. 



92.1102 

18.U59 
17,350 

313 

IDl 
?77 

6.6U9 
2iP81 
3,698 

(D) 

9,745 

(D) 

(D) 

1 1163 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,8146 

2ll'61 

385 

371 

(D) 

(D) 

3.577 

(D) 
2,626 

5.953 
(D) 

3.533 
(S) 

4.paa 

(NA) 
(NA) 

5,227 
208 
(D) 
458 
777 

?:-o 

2,2=5 
(D) 

9:14 



86.786 

17.171 
16,230 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(0) 

5,789 
2,541 

3.248 

(D) 

9.745 

(D) 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 

1 .577 

2.846 

2,461 

385 

(Dl 

7,047 
3,496 
3.551 

(D) 

2.126 

5.833 

(D) 

3 . 50 1 

(D) 

(dT 

4.715 
(0) 

5.565 
(D) 
(D) 
394 
701 
23U 

2,055 
266 

41b 



1 ,084 
962 
(0) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
93 

1 .003 
538 
465 

(D) 

1 .554 

(D) 

(D) 
200 
(D) 
261 
360 
294 
66 
69 

1 .140 
539 



(D) 



715 
(D) 
460 
(D) 

(D) 
676 
(0) 

8=9 
15 
(D) 



32 
(D) 



19.459 

17.241 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 ,794 

19.634 
1 1 .764 
7.a7f 

(D) 

31 .509 

(D) 

(D) 

3.587 

(D) 

4.539 

12,846 

1 1 .569 

1 .277 

2,254 

21 .995 
9.370 

12.625 

(D) 

5,605 

14.J58 

(D) 

9.41? 

(D) 

(D) 

13. J62 

(Dl 

18.121 
221 
(D) 
531 
1 .910 
682 
(D) 
253 

1 .283 



17.09O 

15l22C 

(Dl 

(D) 

(01 

1 .493 

17.75; 
10.385 
7.36b 

(D) 

29.885 

(D) 

(D) 

3.506 

(D) 

4,159 

12,534 

1 1 .28i 

1 .249 

2.1 15 

21 .127 
8.959 
12.1 So 

(Dl 

4,95l, 

13,564 

(D) 

V.329 

(D) 

(D) 

12.441 

(01 

16.945 
21 1 
(D) 
531 
1.1:75 
565 
(D) 
245 

1 .274 



101 
IJ) 
(Jl 



6J7 
334 
223 

(D) 
777 
(D) 

(D) 

o4 

(D) 

1 12 

234 

197 

37 

47 

3a2 
174 

lie 

(D) 



256 

(D) 
157 
(D) 

(D) 

390 
(J) 

34 = 

7 

(D) 



(D) 



332 
289 

101 

(Dl 

(0) 

32 

493 
307 
1H6 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
59 

(D) 
84 

2U6 

174 
32 
37 

333 
161, 
173 

(D) 

101, 

234 
(D) 
147 
(O) 

(D) 
335 
(Dl 



(D) 



13 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere trla,s.sified. .\,KX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classiHed by detailed kind of business. 



21 

. Rejirasetits zero. 



186 
157 
(CI 
(01 
(Dl 



263 
136 

125 

(D) 

10 
(D) 

(D 

9 

(NA) 

(NAl 

14 

1 1 

3 



(D) 

(D) 

2t 

(D) 

Ic 5 

45 
(D) 

IH 
(D) 

(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 19 

7 

(D) 



5'.. 
(D) 



MISSOURI 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



25-33 



City and kind of business 



ST. LOUIS 



Retail irade, loial 

Food Stores 

Total . 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionerj' stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises- 
Delicatessen store-s -. 

Food stores, n.e.c 



EatiDg, Drioking 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 __ 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home Furoishiogs, 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 , 



AatomoiiTe 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 ; 

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 I 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm , garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Standard Notes: 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



2,617 
1 >32e 



17 

in 

fclO 

187 

(NA) 

(NAj 

I ?9 



2.662 

lti,37 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1.533 



2'57 
10 

15« 

6 

95 



7C7 

20"» 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

Z50 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

28 

59 



4147 

292 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

112 

(NaT 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1711 
100 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



386 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1.208 

178 

178 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7 

IC 



l.au3 

976 
1'5 
5 
U3 
66 
163 
139 
21 
62 
<'3 



2l''3e 

859 

era 

2 

53 

7H 

1.105 



Sales 



Total, aU 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



581 

156 

2U 

22 

• • • 

1 10 

80 

51 

29 

58 

218 

155 

36 

16 

22 



337 

231 
150 
33 

18 

ms 

37 
41 
28 



257 
78 



352 
338 

14 



698 
128 



530.919 

193. 1C3 

4.601 

1154 

3.1151 

12.1U2 

7.174 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.590 

4.108 



105.4S7 

58.P66 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.454 

44.C39 



214,299 
183.632 

10.524 
817 

19.278 



76.085 

lOiTSS 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

_30.720 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NAj 

1.414 

4,102 



72.606 
581706 

Tna) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
14.r45 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



199.555 

162.456 

22.510 

12.493 

(D) 

(D) 



49. (-78 

(CI 

22.927 

6.494 

(D) 

14.339 



38.644 
(NA) 
(NA) 



89.425 
19.429 
17.534 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .043 

1 .793 

1 1 .986 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 



2f5.515 
181 ,645 
3,699 
312 
2i387 
3,826 
5,850 
5,695 
1 ,154 
3,364 
3,422 



96,205 

55.732 

52,780 

"(D) 

(D) 

2,198 

37,275 



213,097 

183,632 

(D) 

(D) 

19,014 



74,217 

12.256 

2 1 356 

2,995 

6,915 

18,825 

15,522 

3,203 

7,502 

30,348 

27,520 

1 |188 

1 ,540 

1 .370 

3,806 



70,352 

57,304 

51 ,859 

2,531 

2,914 

13,048 

4,061 

7,220 

1 ,767 



195,413 

162,352 

19,344 

1 1 ,633 

(D) 

(D) 



47,090 
(01 

22,701 

6,350 

(D) 

13,047 



37,352 
35,735 

2,117 



81 ,409 

17,549 

16,538 

9,406 

(D) 

6,533 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

10,958 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



16.890 

13.521 

349 

41 

205 

379 

1,735 

1,523 

213 

212 

447 



20,962 

15,334 

14.034 

(D) 

(D) 

384 

5.244 



37,858 

32,579 

1 ,442 

71 
3.565 



12.346 

1 ,680 

249 

442 

989 

3.555 

3.105 

450 

1 ,131 

4,866 

4,416 

259 

191 

175 

939 



10.895 

9,318 

8,355 

443 

520 

1 ,577 

550 

5-'9 

338 



18il57 

14,841 

1 ,292 

1 .872 

(D) 

(D) 



5,758 
(01 

3,094 

1 .088 
(D) 

2,013 



5.1 16 

4.9P5 

191 



11 ,745 

951 

2,1 10 

1.253 

(D) 

731 

ID) 

121 

228 

2.174 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



324,320 

256.104 

6.361 

743 

4.1 84 

5.187 

37.973 

33.171 

4,802 

4.529 

8.239 



414.697 
299,727 
275.353 

(D) 

(D) 

7.338 

107.632 



737.639 
638.227 

26.877 
1 .124 

71 .4) 1 



227.294 

29.535 

4.414 

7.508 

• • • 

17.513 

64.25C 

56.030 

8.220 

20.037 

92,778 

83,716 

4.966 

4,096 

3.351 

17.343 



237.256 

208.099 

188.591 

9.204 

10.304 

29,157 

1 1 .206 

11 .079 

6.872 



329.817 

269.745 

22,848 

34.144 

(D) 

(D) 



127.158 

(Dl 

63.215 

19,771 

(dT 

33,527 



101 .407 

97.992 

3.415 



225.003 

17.979 

44,387 

26.702 

"(D) 

15.644 

(D) 

2.216 

3,396 

12.271 



284.212 

224.244 

5.769 

723 

3.540 

5.562 

33.701 

29.802 

3.899 

3.31b 

7.255 



379.346 

275.010 

251 .576 

(D) 

(D) 

5.642 

98.695 



61 1,297 

526,986 

24.453 

878 
58.970 



206.597 

27.415 

4.154 

7.14fa 

16.1 13 

58.686 

51 .135 

7.551 

17.648 

t'4.050 

75.890 

4,470 

3.590 

2.831 

15.967 



228.115 

200.212 

161.951 

8,847 

9,414 

27.903 

10.732 

10.435 

6.736 



324.314 

267.594 

22.068 

31 .780 

(D) 

(D) 



120.158 

ID) 

59.670 

18.662 

(D) 

31 .604 



90.504 

87.246 

3.258 



2131678 

17.294 

40.451 

24,034 

(D) 

14.455 

(D) 

2.215 

3,336 

39,904 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



6.668 
4.977 

lor 

14 

1 le 

2J8 
893 
779 
1 14 
1 18 
233 



10.801 

7,724 

7.181 

(D) 

(D) 

242 

2.835 



14,869 

11.683 

575 



4.741 
552 

83 
148 

321 

1 .176 

1.026 

150 

431 

2.225 

1 .971 

154 

101 

95 

261 



3.317 
2.798 
2.509 
120 
169 
519 
203 
183 
133 



3.802 
2.945 
326 
489 
(D) 
(D) 



1.815 
(0) 
81 1 
276 
(D) 
574 



2.365 
2.304 



371 
717 
432 
(D) 
202 
(0) 
34 
52 
713 



Full 

workweek 
(Number) 



4.733 

3.453 

85 

11 

92 

160 

579 

503 

75 

79 

174 



9,155 

6.619 

6,110 

(D) 

(D) 

135 

2.401 



10.743 

8,585 

434 

28 

1.595 



3.653 

403 

59 

104 

• * • 

240 

932 

813 

1 19 

31 1 

1 .733 

1 .531 

120 

82 

61 



223 



3,012 
2.534 
2.283 
105 
146 
478 
195 
150 
123 



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



3.537 


294 


2.899 


18 


297 


191 


404 
(D) 
(D) 


71 
(D) 
(D) 



1 .598 
(D) 
753 
245 
(D) 
466 



1 .764 

1 ,710 

54 



331 
583 
387 
(D) 
168 
(D) 
34 
58 
517 



2.857 

1 .460 

97 

14 

121 

672 

194 

(NA) 

(NA) 

173 

1 15 



3.040 

1.090 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 13 

1 .829 



154 
10 
55 



585 
-145 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

217 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
25 
46 



391 
245 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
138 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



261 
ID) 
37 
25 
(D) 
169 



3_31 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1. 139 

151 

155 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5 

5 

134 



(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 establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents zero. 



25-34 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



ST. LOUIS- -Con. 



Other retail stores— Con. 



Bookstores - - 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores — 

Bicycle stores ._. - 

Florists --- — 

Cigar stores, stantis--. 

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 



NoQstore Retailers 



Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



SPRINGFIELD 



Retail tiade, total . 



Food stores, total. _, 

Grocery stores,. 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eatiog, drinkiog places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



Geaeral mercbaodise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furaishiags, appliaoce dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnisliings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasolioe service stations _ 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, form equip, dealers, total . 

Farm equipment dealers- 

Lumber, budding materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Dnig stores, proprietary stores, total . 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers __ 

Feed , farm , garden supply stores 

Jeweiry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail st«res (except second-band) - 
Second-hand stores 



NoDstore retailers.. 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



Si 
115 



16 

b52 

16 



^36 

209 

i 



1?9 
41 



75 
15 
59 
17 

32 

(NA) 
(NA) 

136 
21 
1« 
IG 



With 
payroll 



100 
21 



151 
122 
29 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



(■Hi 
21=576 
1 . 1 =.7 

lf-3 
5.737 
2. "430 
1 <t.35 
2. ="9 
5.7^8 
3.717 

(D) 
2.5-'7 

6t5 

(D) 
3.6'-6 



30.766 
(D) 

19.2H5 
(D) 



106.222 

22.886 

21 .B63 

?f 1 

127 

ol 

to6 

5.6^3 
4.U26 
1 .267 

13.601 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1 .1-^9 

1 il.'S 

(D) 

3.226 

2.831 

39 5 

?1I 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .717 



5.386 

9.761 
(D) 

6.977 
(D) 

1.763 

(NaT 

(NA) 

6t''92 

(D) 

1 .158 

1.131 

1 .221 

362 

1 lIPl 

(D) 



(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



587 

2 1 886 

777 

53 

5.395 

2.092 

713 

1 .891 

5.522 

ID) 

(D) 

(D) 

525 

(D) 

3.060 



21.512 

ID) 

13.179 



98.121 

20.250 
19.653 
101 
(D) 
91 
(D) 

5.223 
4.166 
1 .057 

13.178 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
1.351 
1 .138 

(D) 
3.226 
2.831 

395 

197 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .587 

20.322 

4.258 

9.101 
(D) 

5,915 
(D) 

1|683 
(D) 
(DT 

6.160 

Id) 

1 .098 
1 .257 
1 .221 

(0) 
1 .237 

(D) 

327 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



85 

597 

78 

2 

1 .137 

216 

69 

2r3 

1 .218 

128 

(D) 

7f-6 

93 

(D) 

612 



4.125 

(d) 

3.372 

"(D) 



1 .358 

1.288 

(D) 

(0) 

11 
(D) 

1 .061 
867 
1Q7 

2.077 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
168 
215 
(D) 
170 
421 
19 
12 

(D) 
(D) 
2'=0 



316 

1 . 115 
(D) 
818 
(D) 

522 

(D) 
(D) 

823 
(D) 
215 
105 
193 
?5 
178 
(D) 

1 13 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUals) 



1 .881 
10.352 

1 .118 

75 

21 .358 

1.137 

1 .357 

1.282 
20.918 

9.812 

(D) 

13.627 

1 .582 

(D) 

12.312 



90.861 
(0) 

65.701 
(D) 



228.191 

26.155 
21.839 
(D) 
(0) 
263 
(D) 

23.998 
19.955 

1.013 

11 .149 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
2.542 
3.512 

(D) 

9.259 

8.121 

1 .145 

16=^ 

(D) 

(D) 

1.693 

37.273 

7.471 

21 .516 
(D) 

15.851 
(D) 

1 1 .959 
(D) 
(D) 

17.123 

(D) 

1.395 

2.228 

3.61t 

362 

3.993 

(D) 

2.292 



Full 
workweek 



1 .791 
10.232 

1 .275 

15 

19.911 

3.636 

1 .31 1 

3.907 

20.601 

9.758 

(D) 

13.432 

1 .582 

(D) 

1 1 .798 



89.084 
(D) 

61.726 
(D) 



217.001 

23.820 

22.506 

ID) 

(D) 

21b 
(D) 

22.937 
18.918 
3.989 

38.212 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
2.355 
3.233 

CD) 

8.783 

7.787 

996 

135 

(D) 

(D) 

1.65i 

35.990 

5.965 

21.151 
(D) 

15.563 
(D) 

11.511 

(D) 
(D) 

15.39Z 

(D) 

4.373 

2.116 

3.490 

259 

3.812 

(D) 

2.292 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



193 
23 



339 
111 
(D) 
I 78 
26 
(D) 
187 



1 .133 
(D) 

1 . i 

(D) 



515 
506 
ID) 
(Dl 

7 
(D) 

7B6 
697 



1 .051 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
51 
88 
(D) 
247 
213 
31 
12 

(D) 
(D) 
87 



171 

363 
CD) 

265 
(D) 

301 
(D) 
(D) 

357 

(D) 



(D) 



Full 
workweek 



15 

1 

325 

71 

29 

79 

325 

137 
(D) 
172 
21 
(D) 
152 



1 .326 
(D) 
931 
(D) 



133 
105 
(01 
(0) 
6 
(D) 

707 
622 

85 

808 
CD) 
CD) 

(D) 
13 
72 

CD) 
213 

187 
26 
10 

(D) 
(D) 
85 



151 

315 
CD) 

251 
CD) 

278 
CD) 
CD) 

317 

CD) 



CD) 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Numtjer) 



5 
19 
32 

10 

111 

16 

30 

81 

41 

13 

CD) 

1 1 

16 

CD) 

128 



608 

517 
CD) 



212 
210 
ID) 
ID) 
1 
CD) 

210 
188 
52 

23 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

20 

1 

CD) 
17 



CD) 
CD) 
33 



153 

56 
CD) 
29 
CD) 

26 

(NA) 
(NA) 

123 
(D) 



8 
31 

(D) 

(D) 



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



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CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101. Retail Trade : 1954 - The State 26-4- 

lOlA. Retail Trade : 1954- and 1948 - The State 26-5 

102. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 26-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 26-10 

103. Retail Trade: 1954 - Standard Metropolitan Areas (None in the 

State) 

103A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas (None in the 
State ) 

104. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties With 500 Establishments or More 26-11 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More 26-13 



26-3 



26-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 


Sales 




Payroll, workweek ended 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 










Payroll, 


nearest 




nearest Nov. 15 


mcorpo- 










entire 
year 








rated 
busi- 




With 
payroll 


Total, all 


Establish- 




Full 




Full 
workweek 


Total' 


establish- 
ments^ 


ments with 
payroll 




Total 


workweek 


Total 


nesses 
only)' 


(Number) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(tl.OOO) 


($1,000) 


(DoUaiB) 


(DoUare) 


(Number) 


(Numberl 


(Number) 


ei223 


5.865 


778.033 


730.321 


78.097 


1 .542.134 


1 .441 .158 


28.501 


23.847 


8.613 


1 »2au 


7Q^ 


155.500 


142.376 


9.345 


185.978 


167.273 


3.693 


2,825 


1.373 


llC98 


658 


145.208 


133.416 


8.239 


151 .430 


144.703 


3.189 


2.422 


1. 15 


70 


5" 


6.051 


5.457 


441 


10.231 


9.345 


169 


135 


79 


■ •■ 


• ■ • 


• ■ • 


• ■ • 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


.. « 


2 


2 


(Dl 


(0) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


IDI 


(Dl 


101 


2S 


20 


6rl 


561 


B3 


1 .553 


1 .200 


62 


37 


2E 


■56 


U2 


2,r42 
(NA) 


1 .824 


465 


1 1 .347 


10,727 


233 


199 


/ 'f 


(NA) 


U2 


1 .824 


466 


1 1 ,347 


10,727 


233 


199 


(na) 


(NA) 


• •■ 


(NA) 


• ■• 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


(NA 


3 


1 


(D) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(0) 


(Dl 


(01 


(D 


33 


17 


1 , 157 


907 


104 


1 .220 


1 ,112 


33 


27 


37 


?.072 


1 |60H 


80.815 


73.781 


14.410 


299.1 54 


270.570 


7.084 


5.587 


2.699 


802 


656 


35.736 


34.832 


7.929 


165.962 


150.176 


4.247 


3.447 


1.12? 


(NA) 


655 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(D) 


(01 


(Dl 


(NA) 


(NA) 


• •■ 


(NA) 


• >• 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


(na: 


122 


1''2 


2.867 


2.697 


477 


10.159 


9.077 


305 


225 




) ( i<4a 


8 '-'5 


41 . 154 


35.252 


6,004 


123.033 


1 1 1 .317 


2,532 


2.015 


1,4?< 


365 


255 


66.610 


63.654 


8.571 


165.219 


153.013 


3,535 


2.844 


31< 


15 


19 


25.024 


25.024 


3,937 


77.034 


73.437 


1 ,477 


1 .297 


.. 


15? 


101 


au.-iia 


J3.085 


2.585 


47.841 


43,557 


1 .001 


767 


13. 


109 


73 


7.6 31 


6.515 


463 


8.773 


8.377 


196 


168 


11f 


■"a 


62 


9.135 


8.939 


1 .585 


31 .571 


27.542 


861 


612 


6 


1139 


385 


36.091 


34.957 


4.256 


82.315 


76.427 


1 .556 


1 .394 


401 


sr 


114 


3.551 


3.413 


461 


8.567 


7.675 


171 


lie 


4" 


(NA) 


4 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


450 


(D) 


(D) 


(NA 


(NA) 


a 


(NA) 


289 


35 


584 


507 


Q 


7 


(NA 


(NA) 


1 


(NA) 


(01 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(D) 


(Dl 


(D) 


(NA 


(NA) 


35 


(NA) 


2.939 


399 


7.573 


5.718 


151 


104 


(NA 


(NA) 


90 


(NA) 


8.800 


963 


17.373 


15.893 


295 


241 


(NA 


(NA) 


75 


(NA) 


6.815 


773 


13.661 


12,345 


230 


186 


(NA 


(NA) 


15 


(NA) 


1 .984 


190 


3.712 


3,548 


65 


55 


(NA 


(NA) 


76 


(NA) 


8.836 


1 ,040 


19.883 


18,755 


430 


353 


(NA 


158 


mu 


11,897 


1 1 .599 


1.493 


29,904 


27.942 


661 


590 


14 


(NA) 


1 14 


(NA) 


10.438 


1 .325 


25.929 


25,191 


578 


524 


(NA 


(NA) 


19 


(NA) 


562 


99 


1 .732 


1.593 


48 


39 


(NA 


(NA) 


1 1 


(NA) 


599 


69 


1 .243 


1 ,156 


35 


27 


(NA 


26 


16 


700 


(D) 


53 


1 .197 


971 


32 


21 


2f 


17 


15 


1 ,721 


(D) 


255 


5.291 


5,191 


77 


71 


n 


319 


235 


30.710 


28.750 


4.135 


83.798 


80,531 


1.193 


1 .081 


31 


,'''? 


111 


16.509 


15.931 


2.228 


44.954 


43,560 


614 


561 


13< 


(NA) 


89 


(NA) 


14.248 


1 .946 


38.551 


37.444 


525 


483 


(NA 


(NA) 


14 


(NA) 


1 .246 


217 


4.715 


4.636 


56 


52 


(NA 


(NA) 


8 


(NA) 


437 


65 


1 .587 


1.480 


32 


25 


(NA 


18i» 


124 


14,201 


12.819 


1.957 


38.834 


37.071 


579 


520 


17 


(NA) 


68 


(NA) 


4.741 


720 


15,587 


15.531 


239 


232 


(NA 


(NA) 


43 


(NA) 


6.899 


1 .068 


19,587 


18.189 


286 


241 


(NA 


(NA) 


13 


(NA) 


1 .179 


159 


3,560 


3.351 


54 


47 


(NA 


U90 


414 


152.998 


150.954 


15.890 


305,052 


300.995 


4.035 


3.911 


4)- 


356 


338 


140.782 


140.192 


14.603 


277,381 


273.736 


3,565 


3.559 


281 


35 


17 


3.160 


2.422 


208 


3,890 


3.890 


52 


52 


3! 


72 


44 


6.553 


6.091 


878 


19,840 


19.518 


275 


251 


AC 


10 


6 


592 


576 


116 


2,428 


2.428 


24 


24 




17 


9 


1,911 


1 .673 


85 


1 ,513 


1 .423 


19 


15 


1 




••■ 




... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 




93« 


6?6 


55.584 


47.902 


4.295 


91 .505 


eo.443 


1 .597 


1 .268 


1 .04 


8U9 


663 


105.635 


101 .450 


9.874 


182.020 


174.858 


2.707 


2.461 


701 


2*40 


220 


47.61 1 


47.147 


4,259 


77.862 


76,778 


1 .103 


1 .057 


lot 


257 


207 


32.521 


31.119 


3,047 


52.822 


49.237 


754 


559 


12< 


35 


19 


1.611 


1 .353 


227 


4.025 


3.986 


50 


58 


y 


57 


25 


1.718 


1 .194 


261 


5.451 


5.332 


70 


52 


6: 


258 


192 


22.165 


20.527 


2.070 


41 ,850 


39.525 


710 


525 


27- 


2H0 


208 


20.909 


20.093 


2.257 


45,347 


42.948 


954 


788 


25 


(NA) 


199 


(NA) 


19,721 


2.230 


45.259 


42.387 


937 


774 


(NA 


(NA) 


9 


(NA) 


372 


27 


578 


561 


17 


14 


(NA 


988 


642 


58.542 


63.502 


4.529 


91 ,894 


85,183 


ll752 


1 .436 


S3< 


192 


162 


19, 469 


18,925 


655 


13.961 


12,772 


302 


249 


61 


73 


51 


4,829 


4.673 


525 


10,061 


9,764 


194 


141 


6( 


(NA) 


16 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(NA 


(NA) 


22 


(NA) 


2.023 


272 


5,240 


5.222 


1 16 


75 


(NA 


(na) 


1 1 


(NA) 


2.050 


205 


3,909 


3.792 


58 


53 


(NA 


(NA) 


2 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(D) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(NA 


101 


95 


22.950 


22.546 


1 .050 


22.575 


20.945 


359 


325 


3 


26 


16 


2.051 


1 .835 


222 


4.390 


4.096 


65 


5B 


2 


A) Not aval 


lable. n. 


!.c. Not elsewhe 


-e classified. 


XXX Not app 


licable. (Z) 


Less than $50( 


5. ... R< 


epresentsze] 


HO. 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 

Total . _ 

Grocery stores. _. 

Meat markets - 

Fish (seafood) markets _ 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores. 

Bakerj' products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises , 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 

Eatiog, Drinkiog Places 

Total _ 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Ref resbment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchaadise 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 

Furaiture, Home Furoisbings, 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 

Automotive Group 

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 

Total 

Lumber, Bldg. Mails., 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 

Standard Not«s: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

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



MONTANA 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



26-5 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments* 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(tl.OOO) 



PayroU. 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)* 
(Number) 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 

Jewelr,v 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 

Total . 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling [house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators - 



233 

1 
2)6 



789 
H?3 

2. 129 
ID) 

1 .789 
(D) 
954 

1 .199 

1 if25 
663 
1190 
173 
;12 

1 , 884 
891 



4.738 
(C) 

4.131 
(D) 



3.876 
635 
357 

1 .695 
(D) 

1 .539 
(D) 
820 

] .086 

).293 

563 

402 

89 

(D) 

1 .884 
503 



2.892 
ID) 

2.459 
(D) 



559 

IOC 

38 

199 

(D) 

303 

(D) 

61 

114 

173 

96 

45 

11 

44 

239 

42 



474 
(D) 
456 
(D)- 



1 1 .429 

1 .993 

656 

3.89" 

(Dl 

5.150 

(D) 

1 .189 

2.484 

3.653 

2.669 

685 

176 

603 

4.198 

1 .253 



9.351 
(01 

8.902 
(D) 



10.970 

1 .473 

551 

3.584 

(D) 

4.5lt0 

(D) 

993 

2.294 

3.474 

2.504 

650 

163 

573 

3.891 

1 lOUU 



8.S17 
(D) 

8.449 
(D) 



191 
62 
IS 
76 
(0) 
1 16 
(D) 
39 
69 
58 
46 
13 



175 
(0) 
163 
(D) 



17r 

27 
1? 
61 

(D) 
86 

(D) 
27 
56 
50 
44 
11 

1 I 
66 
22 



151 
(D) 
144 
(D) 



132 

14 
16 
59 

(D) 
55 

(D) 



17 



25 

tr] 

224 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

'Group totals may include data for establielnnentB without payroll which could not be claeslfied by detailed Itlnd of buEineea. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



Table lOlA. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



EstabUshments 



Total' 
(Num)ier) 



With 
payroU 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 

ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



EstabUshments 



Total 
(Numtier) 



With 
payroU 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 
($1,000) 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinktag places, total. 

Eating places. . 

Drinking places.- 



General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores, total- 
Shoe stores. 



Other apparel stores . . 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers. 

Automotive group _. . 

Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bldg. mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 
Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, bidg. mails., supphes, equipment, hardware dealers.- - 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drugstores.- .-. ... - 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, tola].. 
Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores. 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 



Nonstore retailers- 



8,223 

1,294 

1,098 

194 

2,072 
924 

1,144 



439 

50 

383 

319 

490 

9X 

849 
240 
607 

240 
(NA) 
(N*) 

988 
192 
73 
127 

121 
337 

233 



5,865 

794 
658 
136 

1,604 
758 
846 



385 
44 

341 

235 
414 



663 

220 
443 

208 
199 



642 
162 

51 

111 

77 

241 

39 



155,300 

145,208 

10,076 

80,815 
39,603 
41,154 

66,610 

36,091 

3,551 

32,334 

30,710 

152,998 

55,584 

105,636 
47,6U 
58,015 

20,909 
(NA) 
(NA) 

63,542 
19,469 
4,829 

25,001 
4,438 
13,753 

4,738 



142,376 

133,416 

8,960 

73,781 
37, 529 
36,252 

63,664 

34,957 

3,413 

31,544 

23,750 

150,954 

47, 902 

101,450 
47,147 
54,303 

20,093 

19,721 

372 

63,502 
18,925 

4,673 
24,381 

3,876 
U,647 

2,892 



1,565 

1,327 

238 

2,082 

831 

1,251 



408 
42 
366 

296 

517 

923 

727 
220 
507 

246 
199 



699 
151 
32 
39 
104 
373 



913 
746 
167 

1,700 

700 

1,000 



317 

34 

283 

225 

469 

530 

634 

201 
433 

203 
172 
31 

531 
151 
28 
32 
72 
248 



123,014 

112,846 

10,168 

67,553 
28,352 
39,201 

62,341 

30,688 
2,581 
28,107 

22,282 

107,373 

37,691 

91,325 
37,333 
53,937 

15,134 
13,759 
1,375 

41,011 
15,534 
2,803 
5,779 
4,074 
12,351 

843 



106,627 
97,913 
3,714 

62,885 
27,197 
35,688 

60,298 

28,922 

2,382 

26,540 

20,816 

105,484 

31,766 

83,792 
36,573 
52,219 

14,418 
13,316 
1,102 

33,746 
15,534 
2,768 
5,551 
3,639 
11,254 

743 



Standard Notes: fD) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ... Represents zero. 
^Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. 
Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Censuses in the Introduction. 

^Group totals may Include data for establishments without payroll which could not be claealfled by detailed 



For a description of the adjustments see 
kind of buBlnees. 



26-6 



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 | 


1 


Establishments 


Sales 


PayroU, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (xmin- 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


' 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
pa>Toli 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 

Ush- 

ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1.0001 






8,22 3 


5,865 


778,033 


730,321 


78,097 


28,501 


23,317 


8.613 


1 ,291 


155,300 


2,072 


80,815 




Beaverhead Comity 


? 


119 


101 


9tS96 


9.116 


1 .026 


379 


321 


113 


15 


1,606 


36 


949 






77 

112 

120 

121 

35 

153 


71 
30 

82 

81 

23 

89 


eti7c 

1 t126 
8i158 
9t3 ,0 
2.615 
7.000 


8.310 
1.106 

7.631 

8.1'Sa 

2.103 

5,752 


908 
1 19 

721 

8u3 

220 

5U2 


321 
53 

287 

299 

80 

220 


280 
11 

257 

252 

71 

175 


70 
13 

1 16 

1 12 

32 

156 


10 
5 

17 

26 

1 

28 


1.519 
57 

1,963 

1 ,881 

170 

1,506 


1° 
18 

35 

27 

7 

31 


561 
388 

881 

831 

180 

8->5 


















8 


Carbon County 


q 


Red I/3dge 


70 

S3 

36 
629 


50 
39 

18 

151 


1.0J3 
2.977 

1 .716 

07. 281 


3.515 
2.207 

1.111 

81.058 


317 
155 

131 

10.815 


119 
71 

67 

3.519 


1 17 

58 

53 
2.911 


73 

83 

11 
657 


15 
13 

6 

102 


917 

5U9 

308 
16,037 


13 
21 

5 

115 


419 
387 

201 

6.226 










1? 




n 


Great Falls 


P13 

116 

101 
159 


379 
72 

7, 

121 


79.881 
7.100 

10.103 

17.668 


77,218 

6,310 

9,151 
17.188 


10.135 

6dO 

725 
1 .970 


3.251 
295 

227 

713 


2.728 
213 

213 

558 


531 
123 

111 

150 


79 
23 

9 

22 


11,815 
1,192 

1.199 

3.033 


100 
16 

20 

35 


5.039 
2.187 

9b9 

1 .911 










^f^ 


Custer County 






lUO 
19 

59 

122 


lOB 
13 

51 

100 


16.813 
155 

6.005 

11.7rO 


15.135 
753 

5,652 

11.171 


1 ,885 

dP 

162 
1 ,196 


710 
33 

150 

572 


626 
32 

131 

181 


133 

17 

51 
105 


19 

3 

5 
13 


2,859 
171 

917 

2.426 


23 

7 

16 
35 


1 .591 
320 

178 

1 .519 


la 




iQ 




?n 


Dawson County 






88 
3") 

175 


78 
22 

127 


12.771 
1 .929 

15,589 


12.191 
1.633 

11.639 


1 ,350 
136 

1 ,515 


519 
51 

513 


139 
15 

119 


73 
32 

187 


9 

1 

16 


2,211 
212 

1.771 


19 

15 

43 


1 .151 
395 

1.515 






23 


Deer Lodge County 


W. 




167 

a 

16 
216 


1 19 
d 

10 

152 


15,01 3 
575 

1.125 

18.045 


11,063 
575 

1.031 

15,9«9 


1 ,190 
55 

33? 

1 ,890 


518 
25 

139 

699 


105 
11 

1 18 

622 


179 
8 

51 

213 


15 
1 

1 

11 


(D) 
lb) 

vy) 

3.357 


39 
4 

13 

11 


1 .452 
93 

134 

1.188 






?fi 




?7 








1U3 
73 

U61 


1 1 1 
11 

337 


11.915 
3.100 

10.975 


11,337 
2.652 

38.5^5 


1 ,625 
261 

3,9dO 


597 

102 

1 .519 


527 
95 

1 .252 


115 
68 

197 


23 

18 

65 


2.787 
570 

9.322 


22 
22 

120 


990 

198 

3.574 


?q 




in 


Flathead County 






230 
70 

161 

323 


17S 

55 

103 

217 


28.222 
5.115 
7.338 

27,982 


27,121 
5,133 
6 , 308 

126,151 


2,E17 
525 

603 

3.039 


1 .079 
183 
257 

1, 113 


912 

118 
202 

957 


239 

81 

171 

321 


3b 

7 
20 

10 


6.165 
1 .163 
1 .693 

5.759 


35 

13 
67 

71 


1 ,435 

530 

1 .508 

2,566 


1? 


Whitefish 


■1-^ 




3A 


Gallatin County 


?1 




181 
142 

22 

130 


135 
112 

16 
101 


19,975 
8,007 

1 .262 
1 3.108 


18,917 
7,507 

1.172 

12,921 


2,313 
696 

1 1 1 

1 ,231 


8 35 
508 

12 

176 


705 
252 

1? 

105 


175 
119 

31 

121 


23 

17 

3 
19 


3.777 
1,9l2 

399 

2.867 


28 
13 

9 

31 


1,212 
1 , 321 

240 

1.391 


■^f. 




?7 




3R 


Glacier County 


iq 


Cut Bank 


6i» 
66 

21 

58 

191 


60 
11 

1 1 

11 

151 


9, 198 
1.210 

1 .183 

1.883 
25.530 


9,138 
3,786 

619 

1,517 

25,711 


888 
316 

61 

33<' 

2,393 


310 
136 

2'^ 

195 

873 


289 
1 \f- 

18 

15(! 

735 


51 
70 

IB 

67 

198 


5 
13 

I 

10 

21 


1.879 
988 

ID) 

661 

1,585 


15 
15 

3 

16 

15 


723 
66B 

62 

2.439 

2.002 


in 




41 




<;? 




i3 


Hill County 


^i; 


Havre 


112 
19 

71 

16 

186 

325 


118 
33 

11 

26 

1 18 

255 


21 .'-29 
5.0C1 

3.251 

2.319 

10.719 

32.151 


21,on9 
1,625 

2,753 

1 ,813 

9,387 

30,317 


2,1 15 
202 

222 

157 

eo7 

3,863 


761 
K9 

93 

51 

339 

1 .112 


515 
90 

81 

1^ 

298 

1 ,165 


115 
53 

31 

13 

199 

335 


19 

5 

7 

8 

39 

55 


3,930 
755 

511 

461 

2.2u6 

7.8„7 


32 

13 

23 

11 
17 
81 


1 .510 
162 

561 

212 

1 .152 

3.756 


i*! 




4ft 




47 




4fl 




49 


Lewis and Clark County 


"in 


Helena 


267 

58 

11 
112 

39 
106 

39 

58 
U30 


213 

12 

32 
78 
29 
62 
27 
32 
308 


29.333 
2.818 

3.735 

8.595 
3.078 
1.553 
1 .938 
2.151 
13,752 


28,097 
2,220 

3,501 

7,715 

2,892 

3.733 

1 .690 

1,506 

16,306 


3,513 
320 

263 

779 

1 91 

311 

137 

136 

5,363 


1.281 
131 

93 
291 

80 
131 

62 

56 


1 ,062 
103 

90 

237 

65 

121 

55 

17 

1 <5i\ 


257 
68 

50 
127 

10 
101 

11 

62 


16 
9 

1 
11 

7 
23 

3 
12 


7.123 
679 

134 
2.071 

151 
1.200 

3e8 

529 
9.915 


55 
25 

11 

21 

8 

35 

11 

21 

103 


2.920 

815 

515 
714 
354 
724 
359 
525 
4.461 


■ii 




=>? 




-i-i 




'>4 




SS 








'i7 




58 


Missoula County 






335 
91 

80 


251 
51 

60 


13, 190 
5.552 

5.357 


11 ,530 
1,775 

5,093 


1,813 
520 

151 


) .708 
203 

193 


1 ,377 
151 

166 


330 
1 13 

87 


19 
17 

1 1 


8.803 
1,113 

1.225 


61 
12 

21 


3.257 
1 ,204 

527 


fsn 




61 


Musselshell County 


fi? 




61 
19 


51 
9 


5.003 
361 


1.819 
211 


135 
19 


173 
15 


153 
13 


57 

20 


8 
3 


1.113 
77 


15 
9 


393 
134 











Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



MONTANA 



26-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 











Kind -of -business group— Continued 




— ^ 




=— = 


— — 


— ^=— 


— — 


T 


Genera 


merchandise 
group 


App£ 
son 


irel, acces- 
es stores 


Furniture, home 
appliance d^ers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Lumber, bldg. matls. 

hardware, farm equip 

ment dealers 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail Stores 


Nonstore retailed 


6 
Z 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number 


Sales 
(Si.ooo) 


Estab- 
lish- 
merts 
(Number 


Sale^ 

(SI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number 


S.des 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.l 


Sales 
($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- Sales 
ments 
(Numberl ($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- Salfs 
ments 
(Numberl ($1.0001 


.s 


365 


66,610 


•439 


36.091 


319 


30.710 


490 


152.998 


9 34 


55.584 


849 


105,636 


240 


20,909 


988 


68.642 


233 


4.7 38 


1 


6 


5P1 


6 


681 


3 


270 


10 


2.343 


9 


447 


14 


1 .319 


2 


(01 


ie 


(D 








3 
3 


3?5 
256 


6 
• •• 


681 

• • • 


3 

... 


270 
.. . 


9 

1 


(D) 
(Dl 


5 
4 


265 

181 


9 

5 


1 .052 
267 


2 


(01 
. . . 


12 
6 


1.414 
(D) 


;•; 


*. a 
a . 1 


3 
4 


\f 


357 


5 


390 


2 


(Dl 


5 


1 .885 


9 


338 


15 


1 .633 


3 


169 


14 


(D) 


? 


lis 


5 


5 


(D) 


3 


209 


2 


(Dl 


8 


2.027 


^h 


837 


25 


1 .999 


2 


(Dl 


9 


P55 


1 


(0 


5 


1 


(01 


3 


136 


1 


101 


2 


(Dl 


4 


240 


7 


723 


2 


101 


4 


(01 


• ■• 


aaa 


7 


1" 


652 


8 


282 


1 


101 


5 


1 .136 


15 


577 


19 


999 


1 1 


289 


14 


682 


2 


(01 


8 


1 1 


209 
If 3 


7 
1 


(D) 
(0) 


I 


101 


5 

1 


(Dl 
(Dl 


10 


214 
353 


12 


501 
498 


4 

7 


151 


9 
5 


3So 

352 


2 


(01 


9 
10 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


5 


394 


5 


371 


1 


(Dl 


7 


143 


... 


a. . 


1 1 


1' 


11.660 


31 


5, cot 


33 


5.796 


43 


15.e20 


81 


5.080 


51 


8.320 


13 


2.506 


75 


8.1.39 


40 


79« 


12 


12 

1 


(D) 
(0) 


30 
1 


(D) 
(01 


33 

... 


5.795 

.. . 


38 
5 


14.851 
969 


69 
12 


4.831 
249 


38 
13 


7.280 
I .040 


1 1 
2 


CD) 
(Dl 


63 

13 


5.554 
1 .485 


40 


795 


13 


u 


390 


1 


(01 


1 


92 


9 


1 .778 


9 


482 


21 


2. "60 


3 


(0) 


17 


2.286 


4 


114 


15 


7 


1 171U 


11 


1.066 


6 


509 


10 


4,579 


19 


1.196 


10 


1 .740 


3 


571 


30 


1.1.57 


6 


92 


15 


5 
2 


(D) 
IDI 


11 


1.066 


6 


509 


10 


u,679 


13 
6 


889 
307 


10 
... 


1 ,740 

a. . 


3 


671 
. . . 


29 

1 


■ (0) 
(Dl 


5 


92 


17 
18 


5 


3=5 


U 


289 


2 


(Dl 


3 


901 


? 


(01 


10 


1 .403 


2 


(Dl 


10 


1.387 


... 


... 


19 


P 


11133 


7 


566 


4 


437 


9 


3.305 


10 


885 


18 


3.121 


3 


269 


15 


1 .l.Oci 






20 


6 
2 


(D) 


7 


566 


4 
... 


437 


8 
1 


(D) 
(Dl 


3 


6bU 
202 


13 
5 


2.584 
537 


3 
... 


259 


12 
3 


(D) 
(01 






21 
22 


3 


1.238 


9 


616 


9 


52 1 


15 


3.093 


14 


1 .359 


12 


909 


4 


368 


20 


1 .o67 


... 




23 


3 
• • • 


1.238 


8 
1 


(D) 
(01 


9 
... 


520 


15 
... 


3.093 


13 

1 


(d) 

(01 


M 
1 


M 
(Dl 


4 


368 


20 

... 


1 .057 

... 


... 




24 
25 


3 


221 


3 


22« 


3 


13- 


3 


888 


7 


342 


6 


721 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(01 


... 


... 


26 


= 


1 .399 


10 


880 


8 


515 


13 


3.513 


27 


1 .233 


27 


3,329 


7 


(D) 


25 


1 .599 


5 


(Dl 


27 


6 


(D) 
(0) 


10 
• •• 


880 

• • • 


8 


615 
... 


12 

1 


(D) 
(01 


is 


87? 
356 


15 
1 1 


2.658 
671 


5 

2 


453 
(Dl 


20 
6 


1.341 
258 


3 
2 


(Dl 
(01 


28 
29 


16 


3.177 


33 


1.989 


21 


2.051 


30 


8.459 


61 


3.360 


32 


3.862 


10 


1 .109 


58 


3.425 


15 


245 


30 


6 
2 


2.773 

(Dl 
(D) 


22 
6 

5 


1 .521 
301 
167 


IS 
3 
3 


1.835 
173 
43 


20 

3 
7 


7.227 

(Dl 
(D) 


27 

9 

25 


1 .806 

310 

1 .244 


14 
11 

7 


2.190 

509 

1 .063 


5 
3 
2 


(D) 
250 

(01 


35 
9 

14 


2.306 
519 


13 
2 


(D) 

• a • 

(D) 


31 
32 
33 


12 


2.022 


22 


1.872 


14 


334 


14 


4.033 


47 


2,484 


35 


4,941 


10 


317 


52 


2.622 


6 


32 


34 


7 


1 .73U 
286 


17 

5 


1.629 
2U3 


14 
... 


^134 
... 


9 
5 


3,562 
471 


25 
22 


1 .572 
912 


19 
15 


3,c-30 
1.311 


5 
4 


681 
136 


27 
25 


1 .282 

1 .34r. 


6 


32 
• • • 


35 

36 


• •• 


• ■ • 


2 


(Dl 


... 


... 


1 


(01 


4 


186 


1 


(01 


1 


(01 


1 


(01 


... 


• • • 


37 


10 


1 .086 


7 


522 


6 


(D) 


1 1 


3.131 


19 


1.234 


lo 


1 .715 


2 


(01 


15 


91r- 


... 


• •• 


38 


6 

u 


851 
235 


4 

3 


269 
253 


4 

2 


345 
(Dl 


10 
1 


(D) 
(01 


5 
14 


470 
764 


7 
3 


1 .?16 

500 


2 
... 


(01 
... 


5 
10 


474 
436 


... 


• •• 

• • • 


39 

40 


3 


190 


• • • 


... 


... 


... 


3 


(Dl 


5 


104 


5 


488 


... 


... 


1 


(01 


... 


• • • 


41 


1 


(Dl 


3 


92 


1 


(01 


3 


532 


9 


377 


6 


289 


5 


1 12 


4 


(f) 




... 


42 


13 


2.892 


8 


967 


7 


744 


17 


5.215 


17 


1.281 


23 


5.444 


4 


555 


24 


2.721 


9 


123 


43 


6 

7 


2 . 3TH 
U98 


7 
1 


(D) 
(01 


7 


744 


12 
5 


4,354 
862 


13 

4 


1 .036 
245 


16 

7 


3.-116 
1 .628 


4 


555 


19 
5 


'2.239 
482 


7 
2 


(D) 
101 


44 
45 


U 


59 


3 


66 


3 


81 


2 


(01 


11 


505 


7 


353 


2 


(Dl 


9 


643 


... 


... 


46 


2 


(Dl 


• • • 


(01 


... 


... 


3 


372 


5 


314 


7 


51 1 


1 


(01 


3 


(01 


2 


(CI 


47 


13 


1.085 


7 


311 


4 


218 


13 


2.190 


14 


651 


22 


1 .339 


4 


227 


19 


1 .313 


4 


24 


48 


o 


2.703 


25 


1.951 


18 


1.604 


26 


6. 179 


36 


2.588 


18 


2,352 


1 1 


804 


37 


2,155 


9 


242 


49 


7 
2 


(Dl 


25 
• •• 


1.951 


16 
2 


(D) 
(01 


24 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


30 
6 


2.272 
316 


15 
3 


2,185 

167 


1 1 


804 
... 


31 
6 


1 ,874 

^81 


7 
2 


(CI 
(01 


50 
51 


1 


(01 


1 


(01 


... 


(Dl 


2 


(01 


4 


344 


11 


1 ,393 


1 


(Dl 


4 


207 


2 


(Dl 


52 


11 


1 .019 


U 


219 


5 


212 


8 


1 .166 


1 - 


988 


10 


1 ,170 


3 


220 


18 


(D) 


3 


(01 


53 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


... 


... 


2 


(Dl 


5 


243 


6 


1 ."14 


1 


(Dl 


4 


(01 


2 


101 


54 


a 


(Dl 


2 


(01 


4 


(Dl 


4 


876 


9 


310 


9 


257 


4 


162 


12 


597 


... 


... 


55 


2 


(D) 


2 


101 


2 


(01 


4 


379 


8 


487 


... 


(01 


I 


(01 


3 


(01 


... 


... 


56 


5 


137 


• •• 


... 


... 


... 


1 


(Dl 


1 1 


367 


3 


(Dl 


2 


(01 


3 


(0) 


... 


... 


57 


11 


3.'*39 


26 


2.252 


23 


2.494 


23 


10,529 


51 


3.912 


31 


5.236 


13 


1,354 


52 


4,455 


28 


664 


58 


9 
5 


3.298 
101 


25 

1 


(D) 
(Dl 


20 

3 


2.365 
129 


23 


(D) 
(01 


43 

B 


2.928 
984 


23 
8 


4.089 
1 . 147 


13 


1 .354 


44 
8 


3.74C 
725 


25 
2 


(D) 
(01 


59 
60 


















10 


399 


ft 


f,SR 


5 


^■PI 


in 


34T 






61 


3 


282 


3 
• •• 


155 


4 


289 


4 


1 ,233 


7 
3 


344 
55 


6 


6 88 


2 
3 


(01 
(D) 


9 

1 


(D) 
(Dl 


'.'.'. 


... 


52 
63 



26-8 



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 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (unin- 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


1 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 

ILsh- 

ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


.Saira 

($1,000) 






'30 


154 


13.934 


12.572 


1 .397 


587 


483 


257 


26 


3,365 


70 


1 .954 






158 
72 

11 
106 
101 

21 
lOU 


1 12 

42 

7 
72 
83 
17 
68 


1 1 .743 
2.191 

31 1 

9.070 

1 1 .51 1 

I .279 

6.758 


10.993 
1.579 

26 1 

8.110 

11.231 

1 1 167 

?.75B 


1 .208 
189 

30 

792 

1 .014 

98 
535 


480 

107 

14 
286 
296 

80 
221 


399 

84 

1 1 
249 
257 

3? 
162 


184 
73 

13 

100 

89 

24 

1 16 


16 
10 

3 
11 
12 

5 
19 


2.750 
615 

(01 
1 .446 
1 .693 

3i0 
1.798 


42 
28 

5 

28 

20 

3 

31 


1 .433 
521 

94 

864 

617 

107 

1 .017 


3 




4 




5 




6 




7 












69 
35 

31 

167 


53 
15 

24 

105 


5.450 
1.308 

2.2S1 

10.102 


5.00J 
756 

2.099 

8.720 


496 
59 

Id? 

775 


192 
29 

82 

302 


134 
28 

73 

238 


78 

38 

34 
175 


10 
9 

4 

27 


1 .406 
392 

509 

2.430 


15 
16 

9 
37 


670 

347 

196 

740 


10 








12 




13 




101 
66 

130 


65 

40 

102 


7.354 
2.748 

12.909 


6.612 
2.108 

12.379 


63o 

145 
1 .2d7 


SS4 
68 

487 


I9e 

48 
414 


111 
64 

129 


12 

15 

11 


1.512 
918 

2.044 


22 

15 

25 


478 
262 

861 














86 

an 

192 


68 
34 

142 


9.713 
3.196 

18.866 


9.3?1 
3.028 

17.746 


1 .028 

23° 

1 .700 


380 

107 

564 


325 

9? 

516 


45 
182 


6 

5 

30 


1.547 
497 

2.951 


12 

n 

3" 


417 
444 

1 .768 






18 








75 
117 

93 

99 

1 10 

661 


57 
85 

61 

57 

92 

433 


9.090 
9.778 

5.134 

5.274 

9.021 

64.4C9 


8.796 
8.9=^0 

4.452 

4.4"2 

8.661 

59.943 


840 
86" 

400 

3B5 

725 

7.129 


267 
297 

172 

165 

301 

2.624 


241 
27S 

1 40 

132 

250 

2,096 


74 
108 

111 

1 13 

1 15 

766 


12 
18 

12 

17 

1 1 

168 


1.529 
1|422 

1.042 

647 

1 .223 

16.154 


13 

26 

2> 

27 

28 

226 


578 
1 .190 

529 

739 

945 

10,335 


?n 




?^ 








?T 




?/. 




25 




606 
55 

92 

52 

100 

'22 


406 
27 

46 

46 

84 

96 


61 .544 
2.865 

4.774 

3.508 

9.292 

12.641 


57.758 
2.1'?5 

3.926 

3.3H5 

8.966 

1 1,899 


6.918 

211 

33n 

265 

672 

1 .035 


2,514 
110 

115 

142 

248 

347 


2,S36 

b-- 

98 

1 ^t 

207 
305 


6'*5 
81 

97 

59 

102 
134 


15S 
13 

13 
7 

IS 
8 


15.S65 
869 

1 .043 

bZ'^ 

1 .658 

2.045 


195 
31 

24 

12 

39 


9,447 
888 

429 

331 

771 

1 ,443 


?ft 




■37 




?H 




?^ 




in 








78 

a4 

25 
162 


62 

34 

9 
120 


9.415 
3.226 

1 .090 

17.137 


8,843 
3.056 

774 

16.429 


847 

188 

■J 9 
1 .512 


277 

70 

27 
518 


246 
59 

26 

439 


89 

45 

28 
167 


4 
4 

5 

32 


1.656 
3t9 

255 

2.810 


20 
1« 

4 

40 


971 
472 

93 

1 ,526 


1? 




T* 




I*; 




1*1 




87 
75 

59 

20 

696 


71 
49 

45 

16 

498 


12.722 
4.1,15 

4.351 

1 .825 

97.034 


12,428 
4.001 

3.977 

1.687 

93.356 


1 .226 

2H6 

301 

137 

10,671 


416 
102 

137 

82 

3,760 


34- 
91 

1 14 

7-1 

3,214 


99 

68 

63 
23 

744 


21 

1 1 

7 

2 

103 


2.053 

111 

970 

(01 

18.513 


15 
25 

19 

7 

144 


871 
655 

445 

394 

7,721 


^ft 




"i? 












4n 




a98 
63 
135 

• aft 


374 
51 
73 

• • • 


83.546 
5.545 
7.943 


81,292 
5,299 
6.765 


9.478 
470 
71" 


3,274 
21 1 
275 


2,817 
161 
236 


500 

62 

182 


64 
12 
27 

• •• 


15.349 
1 .487 
1 .677 


91 
15 
38 


5.4b5 

577 

1 .659 


41 




4? 




43 


Yellowstone National Park (part)^ 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
Yellowstone National Park Is In Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. 



XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



MONTANA 



26-9 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 









Kind-of -business group— Continued 


^^ 


General 

i 


merchandise 
Toup 


Appa 
sori 


rel, acces- 
es 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 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Salps 

(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
( Number 1 


Sales 
(Si.oooi 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.l 


Sales 

(Si.ooo) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.l 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
bsh- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1.0001 


1 


15 


1 , lt7 


13 


929 


8 


175 


5 


1 .816 


32 


1 .158 


16 


1 .598 


5 


38 3 


37 


1 .070 


3 


39 


1 


10 

5 


990 
157 


13 
... 


929 


8 
... 


175 


5 


1.816 
... 


19 
13 


920 
538 


12 

1 


(D) 
(01 


1 

1 


(D) 
(Dl 


27 
10 


923 

117 


2 
1 


(Dl 
(Dl 


2 
3 


• •• 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


1 


(0) 


1 


(01 


... 


... 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


1 


7 


7111 


3 


281 


8 


117 


7 


2.229 


9 


171 


17 


1 .977 


5 


218 


8 


551 


3 


166 


5 


^ 


591 


1 


277 


... 


(01 


7 


1 .782 


14 


759 


22 


1.016 


2 


(Dl 


13 


1 .370 


3 


(Dl 


6 


1 


101 


... 


... 


1 


(01 


1 


131 


1 


191 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


2 


(01 


... 


.. • 


7 


5 


3 .9 


1 


255 


3 


(01 


1 


1.201 


12 


511 


13 


629 


3 


268 


10 


(D) 






8 


2 

3 


(01 
(D) 


1 
... 


255 
... 


3 


(01 


1 


1 .201 


9 
3 


(D) 
(01 


13 


629 

... 


3 


268 


6 
1 


322 
(01 




. . . 


9 
10 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(01 


1 


(01 


2 


101 


5 


213 


7 


516 


1 


(01 


2 


(01 


... 


.. • 


11 


7 


5u7 


6 


365 


8 


312 


10 


2.215 


11 


836 


20 


991 


7 


299 


28 


1.357 


3 


5C 


12 


U 


asu 


1 


(D) 


7 


(D) 


7 


2.186 


6 


330 


13 


712 


3 


177 


20 


831 


3 


50 


13 


3 


53 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(01 


3 


29 


8 


506 


7 


219 


1 


122 


8 


526 


... 


... 


11 


6 


915 


11 


781 


7 


519 


11 


3.075 


12 


806 


26 


2.907 


6 


371 


11 


(D) 


1 


(CI 


15 


3 
3 


725 

190 


8 
3 


(-83 
98 


6 

1 


(D) 
(01 


7 
1 


2.170 
605 


11 


(D) 
(01 


15 
1 1 


1 .839 
1 .068 


5 
1 


(01 
(01 


12 

2 


170 
(01 


1 


(Dl 
. . . 


16 
17 


5 


831 


9 


521 


7 


332 


10 


3.768 


20 


1.027 


13 


5.173 


7 


596 


19 


1.833 


3 


65 


in 


2 

3 


IDI 
(D) 


6 

3 


(D) 
(01 


6 
1 


(D) 
(Dl 


I 


2.198 
1 . 570 


7 
13 


378 
619 


15 
28 


2.352 
2.821 


2 
5 


(Dl 
(D) 


6 
13 


512 
1 .291 


2 

1 


(01 

(Dl 


19 
20 


10 


6ef 


3 


116 


3 


11 


3 


971 


11 


585 


1 1 


678 


2 


(0) 


15 


(D) 


... 


... 


21 


■ 17 


1 lUoo 


... 


... 


... 


... 


6 


807 


Ifi 


598 


1 


395 


3 


186 


9 


(01 


3 


(Dl 


22 


8 


5E5 


6 


103 


2 


(01 


8 


1.611 


6 


599 


20 


1 .650 


1 


(D) 


15 


1.525 


... 


... 


23 


17 


7.59U 


12 


3i170 


25 


3.15» 


26 


10.212 


16 


3.987 


18 


2.176 


13 


1.138 


60 


5. (-61 


20 


191 


21 


11 

3 


7.351 

210 


12 
... 


3.170 


25 
... 


3.158 


26 


10.212 


11 
2 


(D) 
(01 


18 
... 


2.176 


13 


1.138 


55 

5 


1.731 
327 


19 
1 


(D) 
(Dl 


25 
26 


6 


2f 9 


1 


215 


1 


(Dl 


3 


989 


U 


332 


1' 


712 


5 


230 


13 


(D) 


... 


... 


27 


y 


29t 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


5 


960 


7 


138 


5 


181 


2 


(01 


5 


(01 


2 


(Dl 


28 


6 


166 


1 


95 


1 


(Dl 


7 


1 .191 


9 


306 


23 


2.OO0 


1 


281 


1 1 


1 .361 


' 


(D) 


29 


a 


6i9 


8 


515 


3 


96 


1 1 


3.325 


17 


1(181 


16 


2.712 


3 


188 


1 1 


(D) 


2 


(01 


30 


2 
2 


IDl 
(01 


7 

1 


(D) 
(Dl 


3 
... 


96 

... 


10 
1 


(D) 
(01 


11 
6 


92S 

259 


11 

5 


967 
1 .715 


2 
1 


(Dl 
(Dl 


6 

5 


361 
(Dl 


2 


(Dl 
... 


31 
32 


• •* 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


- 


176 


6 


(01 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


... 


... 


33 


9 


||028 


9 


566 


1 


327 


9 


3.688 


IC 


771 


23 


1.603 


5 


(D) 


16 


1.379 


1 


(D) 


31 


3 
6 


770 
258 


8 
1 


(D) 
(Dl 


1 
... 


327 

... 


6 

3 


3.176 
512 


6 

e 


376 
395 


11 
9 


3.U03 
700 


3 
2 


312 
(Dl 


6 
10 


355 
1.021 


1 

... 


(Dl 


35 
36 


3 


(01 


7 


229 


1 


(01 


5 


1 .093 


5 


288 


7 


602 


1 


(Dl 


1 


301 


• •* 


... 


37 


1 


(Dl 


1 


(01 


... 


... 


2 


101 


2 


(01 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(01 


• • . 


... 


38 


15 


8.707 


19 


5.636 


13 


6.609 


37 


21 .995 


86 


6.217 


53 


10.205 


21 


2,912 


100 


7|530 


45 


929 


39 


e 

3 
U 


7i569 
(01 
(D) 


11 
1 

1 


5.152 
(D) 
(01 


39 
2 
2 


6.101 
(01 
(01 


28 

3 
6 


21.102 
221 
672 


63 
8 
15 


1.367 

826 

1 .051 


31 

6 

16 


7.280 

770 

2.155 


15 

5 
1 


2.652 
(D) 
(01 


81 

5 

1 1 


7.078 

- 203 

211 


31 

14 


81 r 

1 18 


10 
11 
12 


... 


... 


• •. 


... 


... 


... 


... 


.* . 


... 


... 


... 


. < . 


... 


... 


... 


... 


• . . 


... 


13 



26-10 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Montana, total. 



Beaverhead County .... 
Dillon 

Remainder of Cou-ity. 



Big Horn County. . . 

Blaine County 

Broadwater County. 



Carbon County 

Red Lodge 

Remainder of County. 



Carter County. 



Cascade County 

Great Falls 

Remainder of County. 



Chouteau County. 



Custer County 

Miles City 

Remainder of County. 



Daniels County. 



Da«son County 

Glendive 

Remainder of County, 



Deer Lodge County 

Anaconda 

Remainder of County. 



Fallon County. 



Fergus County 

Lewistown 

Remainder of Coufity. 

Flathead County 

Kalispell 

Whitefish 

Remainder of County. 

Gallatin County 

Bozeman 

Remainder of County. 



Garfield County. 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



114 
72 



121 

117 
45 

ISl 
84 
97 



547 
443 
104 



136 
120 
16 



116 
35 

31 

165 

156 

9 



194 
127 

67 

401 
183 



232 
146 
136 



Sales, 1948 



($1.000) 



599,285 

9,132 
7,756 
1,376 

7,640 
6,877 
2,656 

6,858 
3,913 
2,945 

1,465 

63,230 
53,628 
4,602 

7,075 

17,544 

16, 546 

998 



10, 929 
9,549 
1,380 

11,412 

11,132 

280 

4,048 

14,998 
12,943 
2,055 

32,844 

23,269 

3,689 

5,886 

24,348 

18,486 

5,862 

1,330 



County and city 



Glacier County 

Cut Bank 

Remainder of County. 



Golden Valley County. 
Granite County 



Hill County 

Havre 

Remainder of County. 



Jefferson County.... 
Judith Basin County. 
Lake County 



Lewis and Clark County. 
Helena 

Remainder of County. . 



Liberty County. 
Lincoln County. 
McCone County. . 
Madison County. 
Meagher County. 
Mineral Coiinty. 



Missoula County 

Missoula 

Remainder of County. 



Musselshell County. . . . 

Roundup 

Remainder of County. 



Park County 

Livingston 

Remainder of County. 



Petroleum County. . . . 

Phillips County 

Pondera County 

Powder River County. 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



130 
66 
64 

21 

75 

131 
134 
47 

61 

50 

195 

292 
232 
60 



118 

33 

96 

42 

52 

386 

303 

83 

77 
53 
24 

246 
165 

ei 

15 
97 
98 
25 



Sales,, 1948 
($1,000) 



10,195 
7,466 
2,729 

496 

2,724 

15,068 
13,143 
1,925 

2,491 

2,623 

9,507 

25,938 

23,478 

2,460 

2,164 

5,591 

1,872 

3,488 

1,414 

1,381 

37,746 
34,662 
3,084 

4,703 

4,103 

605 

13,906 
11,781 
2,125 

556 

5,909 

7,733 

1,082 



County and city 



Powell County 

Deer Lodge 

Remainder of County. 



Prairie County. 



Ravalli County 

Hamilton 

Remainder of County. 



Richland County 

Sidney 

Remainder of County. 



Roosevelt County 

Wolf Point 

Remainder of County. 



Rosebud County. . 
Sanders County. . 
Sheridan County. 



Silver Bow County 

Butte 

Remainder of County. 



Stillwater County.. 
Sweet Grass County. 
Teton County 



Toole County 

Shelby 

Remainder of County, 



Treasure County. 



Valley County 

Glasgow 

Remainder of County. 



Wheatland County 

Wibaux County 

Yellowstone County 

Billings 

Laurel 

Remainder of County 

"Yellowstone National Park ( part) ^ , 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



87 
54 
33 

33 

186 
95 
91 

129 

77 



163 
68 



107 

114 

616 
501 
115 

94 

60 

115 

129 
70 
59 



158 
37 
71 

64 

27 

597 

409 

71 

117 



Sales, 1948 
($1,000) 



4,580 

3,767 

813 



9,411 
6,653 
2,758 

11,706 
8,687 
3,019 

12,184 
6,351 
5,833 

4,875 

3,783 

6,813 

52,463 
47,854 
4,609 

4,228 

3,771 

7,603 

7,844 
5,418 
2,426 



11,039 
6,306 
2,733 

3,409 

1,369 

67,786 
57,600 
4,803 
5,383 



Standard Ilotes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ... Represents zero. 

Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the 19it8 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 19^*8 and 
1951+ Censuses in the Introduction. ^Yellowstone National Park is in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, 

TABLE 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 - STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS (None in the State) 



TABLE 103A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 - STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS (None in the State) 



MONTANA 

Table 104. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



26-11 



County and kind of business 



CASCADE COUNTY 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocen' stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



EaUQg, driokiog places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



GeoeraJ merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores. _ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishiogs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV gtores 



Automotive group 

Gasolioe service slalioos. 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores . 



Other retail stores, fotal 

Liquor stores. 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (e.xcept second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



SILVER BOW COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets.. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, dritjkiog places, total . 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



Geaeral merchandise group, total. . . 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furiushiags. appliance dealers, total . 

F'umiture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automodve group _. 

Gasoline service stadoos. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



K2 
•^2 



1"6 
^9 



168 

15 
1 
3 



256 

70 

1^5 



With 
payroll 

(Ntimber) 



122 

65 



30 
55 
II 

1 

1 

12 

15S 

51 

102 

1 1 
9 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabhsh- 

ments^ 

(tl,000) 



87*284 

15tC37 
14*978 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
321 

8.226 
3l«U8 
tl778 

n 1660 

10lJ93 

1.267 

s.ora 

U91 
860 
B>*5 
1 ,a5t 
1,698 
156 
95^ 

5.796 
U.OI 3 
1 .763 



5i0aC 

8.J2C 

3.616 

3,91*6 

758 

2.506 
(D) 
(D) 

8.039 

2. 192 

(01 

2.367 

6a« 

CD) 

2,282 

126 

796 



5U.li09 

16.154 

14.021 

1 .526 

(D) 

22 

(D) 

10.375 
4.977 
5.358 

7.594 
(D) 
(01 

3. 470 
779 

846 

1,678 

1,458 

220 

167 

3.458 
1.466 
1 .992 

10.242 

3.987 

2.176 

■ • • 

1,590 

586 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(51,000) 



84,056 

14.931 
13.988 

53C 
(Dl 
ID) 

271 

7.930 
3.328 
4,602 

11 ,660 

10.393 

1,267 

(D) 
491 
860 
845 
1 ,854 
1 ,698 
156 
IDI 

5,694 
4,013 
1 .681 



4,532 

(D) 
3,616 
3,876 

<DI 

2,506 
(D) 
(D) 

7,533 
(Dl 
(01 

2,367 
634 
(D) 

2.078 
(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



398 



59,943 

14,120 

12.159 

1 ,396 

ID) 

(D) 

IDI 

9.21 1 
4,795 
4,416 

7,374 
(D) 
ID) 

(Dl 
779 
846 

1 ,678 

1 ,458 

220 

IDI 

3,352 

1,454 
1 ,396 

10,096 

3,695 

2,044 

1 .458 
586 



1 ,120 

1,024 

36 

ID) 
(Dl 
50 

1 ,904 
992 
912 

1,817 

1 ,567 

2 = 



703 

70 

63 

162 

266 

231 

35 

142 



932 

684 
248 

1 ,877 

498 

668 
367 
307 

104 

336 

(D) 
ID) 

620 
51 
(D) 
100 
103 
(01 
334 
(0) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars I 



140 



7,129 

1,038 
791 
127 
ID) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,469 
763 
686 

1,158 
(D) 
(D) 

461 
122 

69 

235 
206 



519 
212 
3"7 

1 ,204 

378 

260 



164 
95 



214,663 

20.286 

17,960 

1,111 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 ,064 

40,354 
21 .530 
18.824 

36.759 

32.0S3 

4,686 

14,1 IC 
1 .490 
1 .364 
2.754 
5.121 
4.409 
712 
3.151 

18.152 

13,313 

4,639 



10,699 

15,557 
5,529 
7.813 
2.215 

5.528 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 1 i960 
1.085 

(Dl 
2.363 
2,338 

IDI 
5,947 

(Dl 

2,545 



134.356 

20.229 

14.732 

2.555 

ID) 

ID) 

(D) 

28.952 
14,255 
14,697 

21 ,212 
(D) 
ID) 

8,717 
2.130 
I .780 

4.432 

3.951 

461 

375 

10.192 
4.104 
6.066 

21 .297 

7,262 

4,083 

2,428 
1 .655 



Full 
workweek 



198.955 

17.505 
15.566 
958 
(Dl 
101 
850 

36.257 
19.213 
17.054 

34.466 

30.588 

3.878 

13.474 
t .30 
1.44b 
2.706 
4,886 
4,21 1 
677 
3,131 

17,484 

12.904 

4.580 

36.906 

9.105 

14.107 
5.529 
6.432 
2.14b 

6.23S 

(D) 
ID) 

11 .045 
1 ,P35 

(Dl 
2,126 
2.151 

(01 
5.574 

ID) 

2.35fc 



122.674 

16.035 

12.912 

2,384 

(Dl 

IDI 

(D) 

25.391 
12.623 

12.768 

19.182 
(D) 
(Dl 

8.18C 

1.905 

1.632 

• • • 

4.300 

3.824 

476 

343 

9.257 
4.022 
5.245 

21.276 

5.777 

3.923 

2.288 
1 •635 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



396 
348 

17 
101 
IDI 

26 

7b4 
4o0 
324 

663 
543 
120 

244 
2" 



236 
159 



433 
la4 

21 1 
72 

1 I 1 
35 

I 15 
(D) 
(0) 



34 
ID) 
105 
(0) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



2,941 

281 
247 

11 
IDl 
ID) 

19 

623 
361 
252 

553 

478 

75 

217 
20 
19 
44 
90 
75 
14 
41' 

215 
154 
61 



186 
72 
81 
33 

100 
(D) 
IDI 

172 
18 

(D) 
31 
29 

ID) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.cc. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

'Group totals may Include data for establishnents without payroi.! vtilcn could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



379 


274 


279 


193 


36 


29 


(D) 


ID) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


746 


575 


395 


303 


351 


272 


479 


372 


(D) 


fD) 


ID) 


(D) 


191 


157 


46 


28 


31 


25 


• • • 


• • • 


104 


96 


91 


81 


13 


12 


10 


6 


149 


123 


57 


54 


91 


69 


274 


272 


124 


75 


66 


50 


• • ■ 


• •• 


39 


35 


27 


25 


. Re 


presents zero 



108 
82 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
13 

209 
100 
109 



25 
5 



15 
12 



39 
5 

27 



(D) 
(D) 



3 
IDI 
2 
13 
IDI 
33. 
IDI 



178 
141 
17 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 

326 
1 15 
21 1 

13 
(D) 
ID) 



10 
2 



432272 O -57 -4 



26-12 RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Tabic 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishnients, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total* 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 1 

($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) 



S'LVER BOW COUNTY--Con. 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total __ 

Drug stores --- 

Proprietary stores. ._ 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice doalers -■ 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores -- — 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores -- 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) -. . 

Second-hand stores 

Noosiore retailers _. 

YELLOWSTONE COUNTY 
Retail trade, total _ 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eating, drinkiag places, total 

Eating places 

Drinking places 

General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) - 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total . . _ _ 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores ____ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores.. 

Ready-to-wear stores _._ 

Other clothing, specialty stores _ _ _ . 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total _ . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores . 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bide, mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores. 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) _. 

Second-hand stores 

Nonstore retailers _ 



1''3 

Be 



•57 
15 

n 



10 

n 

2 

20 
(NA) 

(NA) 
6 

U3 
72 



21 
(NA) 

(NA) 

100 

5 



69 

56 

2 

• • • 



122 
73 
49 

15 
11 



1 .U33 



5*061 

2.338 

(D) 

1 tcr3 

516 
(D) 
877 

10 

494 



18.F13 

17*321 

(D) 

•• • 

(0) 
702 

7i721 

3i619 

8.707 
7.3111 
1 i3t6 

5,676 
P39 

1 ,H26 
(D) 

1 ,958 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(d) 

6.6r9 
3,«28 
3. 181 

21 ,995 

6.217 

10t2C5 

2 I 357 
6 . 464 
1 1361 

2i9U2 
(NA) 
(NA) 

7,630 
1 ,961* 

(Dl 
1 ,06 1 

S59 

(D) 
2,1*09 

250 

929 



1 ,"438 
1 tt3B 

(D) 
2,162 
IDI 
1 ,003 
516 
ID) 
845 
(Dl 

386 



93,356 

17,279 

15,219 

<D) 

(Dl 
672 

7,153 
3,966 
3,187 

8,707 
7,311 
1 ,366 

5,561 
839 

1 ,126 
101 

1 ,886 

1 ,687 
199 
(D) 

(D) 

IDI 

3,063 

21 ,869 



9,889 
2,357 



1 , 318 



101 
IDI 



6,798 
1 ,961 
IDI 
(D) 
802 
IDI 
2,253 
196 

601 



167 
167 



100 
69 
(Dl 
72 
95 
(01 
1 18 
(Dl 

75 



1 ,216 

1 ,055 

(01 

• • • 

(Dl 
111 

1 ,672 

1 i0O6 

666 

1 ,251 

1 ,003 

218 

738 
99 
168 
(01 
272 
219 
23 
(D) 

961 
167 

191 

2,333 

526 

1 ,035 
2»3 
590 
162 



351 
351 



532 

16 
(Dl 

57 
111 
(Dl 
210 

12 



3,101 
3,101 



7.955 
1 ,102 

(Dl 
1 ,639 
1 ,971 

(Dl 
2,056 

(Dl 

1 ,355 



26,131 
22,899 

(Dl 

(Dl 
2,271 

35,571 
21 ,122 
11,152 

25,013 

20,250 

1,763 

11,818 

1 ,920 

3,063 

(01 

5.939 

5,196 

113 

(D) 

18,993 
9,932 
9,061 



1 1 ,1 93 

19,121 
1,721 

11 ,276 
3,121 

7,161 
7|16U 



9,652 
836 
(01 

1 ,005 

1 ,732 
(Dl 

1,31 1 
357 

1 ,181 



2,921 
2,921 



7,377 
1,193 

(01 
1,510 
1 ,91o 

(Dl 
1,816 

(Dl 

1,315 



23.287 

20.112 

(01 

IDI 
2,238 

33,696 

20,192 
13,501 

22,718 
18,809 
3,909 

13,326 

1,725 

2,851 

IDl 

5,18i 

1,719 

133 

(D) 

16,166 
9,757 
S,70» 

15,727 

9,370 

18.634 
1.724 

10,975 
3,135 

7,134 
7,134 



9,201 
861 
(D) 

1 ,005 

1 ,694 
IDI 

4,06b 
241 i 
I 

1,133 I 



142 
27 

101 
26 
30 

(01 



52 3 
160 
101 

101 
42 

798 
520 

27» 

539 
387 
152 

275 
37 
51 
IDI 
I 13 
Ijl 
12 
(D) 

271 
135 
136 

571 

147 

263 

67 

151 

45 

128 
128 



172 
16 

101 
11 
21 

101 
87 
12 



123 
20 

IDI 
23 
29 

101 
37 

101 



399 
34r 
(Dl 



697 
166 
231 

412 

321 

91 

231 
25 
41 

(0) 

105 
95 
IC 

(D) 

252 
129 
123 

569 

141 

211 
67 

137 
40 

108 
106 



(0) 
14 
20 

(0) 

71 

6 



12 

12 



71 
20 
101 
2 
7 
(Dl 
27 
(D) 



(Dl 
13 

200 
128 
72 



(D) 

15 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 



23 

101 

17 

6 

30 

1 1 

22 

(NA) 
(NA) 



11 

(01 

35 

12 



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



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



MONTANA 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE; 1934 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



26-13 



City and kind of business 



BUTTE 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, driakj'ag places, total- 
Eating places 

Drinking places, 



General tnercbandise group, total. . . 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores _ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishiogs, appliaace dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores.. 



Aatomotive group- 

Gasoltae service stations. 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers.. _ 

Hardware stores .- 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores- - .- 



£Istablishments 



Total 

(Number) 



155 

1?5 

13 

1 

3 

13 

1^5 
"9 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



75 
51 
1 1 
1 
1 
11 

im 
a? 



Sales 



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



61 t5iiU 

15i?65 

13t316 

CD) 

(D) 

22 

470 

9iiia7 



7. 351+ 
(D) 
(D) 

3iU7C 
779 
846 

li678 
1,458 

220 
167 

3»U58 
li466 
It 992 

lCi2a2 

(D) 



• • • 

1 .590 
586 

^ IU38 



(Dl 
(D) 
?I6 
(Dl 
877 
10 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



57,756 

13,157 

1 I |58'4 

1 , 396 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(D) 

8,575 
U|390 
11185 

(D) 

6|21<3 

(Dl 

(Dl 
779 
816 

1 i67S 

1 ,156 

220 

(01 

3,352 

1 ,151 
1 ,898 

10,096 

(D) 

2f011 

1 i158 
586 

1 l138 
1 .138 



1,190 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 
516 
(Dl 
815 
(Dl 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(11.000) 



988 
757 
127 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

1 ,367 
703 
661 

(D) 
921 
(D) 

161 
122 
89 

236 

206 



519 
212 

307 

1 ,201 

(D) 

260 

161 
96 

167 
167 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



376 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
95 
(Dl 
118 
(Dl 



130.015 

19,212 

11.007 

2.565 

(01 

(01 

(D) 

26.668 
12.528 
1 1 . 1 10 

(D) 

16.517 

(Dl 

8.717 
2.130 
1 .780 

1.132 

3.951 

181 

375 

10.192 

1.101 
6.088 

21 .297 

(D) 

1.083 

2.128 
1 .655 

3.101 
3.101 



7.119 
(Dl 
(01 
(D) 

1 .971 
(Dl 

2.056 
(01 



Full 
workweek 

(OoUara) 



Noostore retailers _. 19| 5 (D) (D) (d) (d)| 

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



1 19.280 

17.171 

12.310 

2.381 

(01 

(0) 

(D) 

23.723 
11.350 
12.373 

(D) 

15.136 

(01 

6.18C 

ll90b 

1.63^ 

• • • 

1.30C 

3. 821 

176 

313 

9.267 
1.022 
5.215 

21.276 

(D) 

3.923 

■ • • 
2.2SB 
1 .635 

2.921 
2.921 



6.898 
101 
(Dl 
(D) 

1 .918 
101 

1 .810 
(01 

(D) 

s than $500. 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



368 
261 
36 
(01 
(Dl 
(D) 

675 
338 
337 

(D) 
362 

(01 



101 

91 
13 
10 

118 
57 
91 

271 

(D) 

66 

59 
27 

56 
56 



131 
(0) 
(01 
(D) 
30 
(Dl 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



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



261 
186 
2° 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 

510 
271 
266 

(D) 
28b 
101 

157 

2e 

25 



123 

51 



272 

(D) 

6C 
• • • 

35 

25 



1 16 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
29 
(01 



161 
128 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
(D) 



(D) 



10 
2 



(D) 
11 



12 
12 



(D) (D)| 

. . Represents zero. 



(01 
(Dl 
(D) 



(D) 



26-14 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total^ 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments^ 

(Sl.OOO) 



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- 



only)' 

(Number) 



GREAT FALLS 
Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fisli (seafood) markets --- 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets - 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eatiog, drinking places, total 

Eating places -- 

Drinking places. — 

General mercbatidise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores - 

Apparel, accessories stores, total . _ 

Shoe stores - 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores - 

Women's clothing, specialty stores - 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home fuTDishiogs, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations — 

Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers. - 

Hardware stores 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drugstores — — 

Proprietary stores — 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers. 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores 

NoDstore retailers 



i"t>e45 

(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 

21717 
3i292 

(D) 

(D) 

1 1267 

(D) 
U91 
860 
(D) 

1 tP5a 

1,698 

156 

954 

5,796 

4,013 
1 t78J 



41831 

7i28C 
(D) 

3,134 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



61551 
(D) 
(D) 

1 lC15 
(D) 
(D) 

2,282 
126 

796 



13|971 
13i028 
530 
IDI 
(D) 
271 

5i91 1 
2,627 
3,281 

(D) 

(D) 

1 i267 

(D) 
191 
860 
ID) 
1 i85« 
1 l698 
156 
(D) 

5i69U 
1l013 
1 i681 

11l677 

(D) 

7i220 
(D) 

3i081 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



6f072 
(D) 
(D) 

ll015 
631 
(0) 

2,078 
(□) 

398 



1 ,061 

968 

36 

(D) 
ID) 
■50 

1 1187 
825 
662 

(D) 
(D) 
250 

(D) 

70 

»>3 

(D) 

266 

231 

35 

112 

932 

681 
218 

1 ,791 

(D) 

803 
(D) 

310 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



589 
(D) 
(D) 
76 
103 
<D] 
331 
ID) 

110 



19,583 
171257 

1 ii n 

ID) 

ID) 

1 i061 

30i231 
16i916 
131288 

(D) 

(D) 

I1686 

(D) 
1 1190 
1 1581 

ID) 
5il21 
I1IO9 

71? 
3il51 

I81I 52 
13i313 

1l839 

33i815 

(D) 

13i786 

(D) 

61 172 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



11 ll93 

(D) 

(D) 

1 l713 

2i338 

ID) 

5i917 

ID) 

2i615 



161868 
11l929 
95U 
ID) 
ID) 
850 

28l036 
15i605 
12i131 

(D) 

(D) 

31878 

(D) 
li301 
llllb 

ID) 
I1B80 
1i21 1 

677 
3ll31 

17i181 

121901 

1l580 

35 1 19b 

(D) 

13il90 

(D) 

5i615 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



)0i352 

(D) 

(D) 

1 l5B0 

2ll51 

ID) 

5l571 

ID) 

2i35u 



32B 

17 

IJ) 

ID) 

26 

590 
370 
220 

(D) 
(D) 
120 

(D) 



82 
16 
15 

236 

169 
59 

106 

(D) 

191 
(D) 
87 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



192 

(D) 
(D) 
26 
31 
ID) 
105 
10) 



257 
233 

11 
(D) 
(0) 

19 

185 
30C 
185 

(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
20 
19 

ID) 
90 
76 
11 



215 
151 
61 



(D) 

172 
(D) 
70 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



160 
(D) 
(D) 
23 
29 
ID) 
87 
ID) 



ID) 
ID) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

5 

10 

(D) 

3 

3 



27 
15 
12 



(D) 

27 
(D) 

17 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
ID) 
2 
(D) 
ID) 
33 
ID) 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( NA ) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not apphcable. (Z) Less than $500. 
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CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101. Retail Trade: 195<i - The State 27-4- 

lOlA, Retail Trade: 1954- and 1948 - The State 27-5 

102. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 27-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 27-12 

103 . Retail Trade : 1954 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 27-13 

103A. Retail Trade : 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 27-15 

104. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties With 500 Establishments or More 27-16 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More 27-17 



27-3 



27-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



(Number) 



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



Retail trade, total -- 

Footl 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 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 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 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 

Aulomodve 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 Senritre Stations 
Total 

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

Total. - 

Farm equipmentdealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 

Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 

Total 

Drug stores-.- - 

Proprietar.v stores 

Other Retail Stores 

Total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Fuel dealers (coal, wood) 

Liquefied petroleum g 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores 



3t56U 

2|010 

95 

« 

77 

58 

127 

JNA) 

(na) 

5 



3.218 

1 .671 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

586 

1.257 



723 
28 
326 
IMP 
223 



809 

187 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NAJ 

(NA) 

289 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

27 

35 



955 
369 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
586 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1.058 

610 

197 

175 

21 

19 



?. 133 
722 
519 
79 
109 
67C 



665 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2.157 
405 
182 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA). 
385 
161 



1.700 

1 137U 

61 

2 

15 

36 

107 

1C5 

2 

5 

100 



2.558 
1 .385 
1.376 

1 



212 
961 



579 
28 
252 
112 
187 



687 

115 

10 

19 

2 

11« 

1117 

115 

32 

78 

265 

223 

24 

18 

27 

25 



695 

279 

2?2 

26 

31 

416 

260 

111 

45 



842 

602 

97 

125 



1 1 



11743 

660 

50 3 

65 

75 

440 



555 

500 

55 



1.319 

245 

134 

37 

62 



295.043 

268.8114 

7.687 

170 

2.380 

2. 1 19 

4.827 

(NA) 

(NAl 

1 fib 

8.356 



na.i-^i 

64.353 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.6 21 

48.098 



164.486 
89.029 
39.8 26 
1 1 .020 
24.523 



74.203 

11.282 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

29,735 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .356 

1.635 



72.655 
39.9 12 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
32,743 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



287.753 

252.362 

15.959 

13.813 

546 

3.995 



232.145 

102.0P0 

77.997 

7.091 

6.478 

33.409 



47.860 
(NA) 
(NA) 



152.557 

ai.339 

16. l'-7 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

65.355 

10.188 



1.485.819 



271 .439 

249.786 

6.715 

(Dl 

1 .132 

1 .885 

(D) 

4.522 

ID) 

468 

6.794 



K6.955 

60.932 

60.530 

10) 

(Dl 

4.779 

41 ,244 



151 .042 

09. 029 

38.055 

9.884 

24.053 



7 1 . 82 1 

10.544 

(D) 

a. 401 

(0) 

7.553 

14.514 
12.302 

2.212 
14.503 
29.261 
27.430 

1 .047 
784 

1 .345 

1 .553 



67.907 

39.022 

33.827 

3.062 

1 .133 

29.885 

13.575 

12.820 

3.490 



281 .455 

250.106 

14.055 

12.97) 

454 

3.859 



223.307 

1^0.490 

77.059 

6.82^ 

5. '60 

32.969 



45.608 

43.930 

1 .676 



135.751 

15.555 

15.553 

2.242 

6.918 

5.998 

39^ 

'1 .537 

8.755 



15.602 

14.316 

509 

(D) 

46 

184 

Id) 

99b 

(D) 

47 

491 



22.637 

17.497 

17.334 

(D) 

(D) 

680 

4.460 



24.155 
15.302 

4.203 
534 

4.016 



9.389 

1 .297 

(D) 

325 

(D) 

889 

1.525 

1.344 

181 

2.336 

3,803 

3.540 

187 

76 

153 

275 



8.159 

4.595 

3.758 

584 

153 

3.554 

1 .820 

1 .345 

398 



24.982 

22.073 

765 

1 .868 

34 

242 



21.093 
7.540 
7.812 
1 .088 
1 .154 
3.389 



4.869 
4.735 

133 



11.238 

1.093 

1,614 

237 

803 

526 

48 

2.724 

503 



322.252 

274.318 

9.718 

(01 

880 

4.096 

(D) 

20.951 

(Dl 

1 .030 

10.896 



461 .569 

355.49' 

353.100 

(Dl 

(D) 

14.242 

91 .836 



473.270 

308,133 

78,079 

1 1 ,501 

75,557 



137,853 

24,166 

(D) 

5.91 1 

(Dl 

15.547 

29.314 

25.065 

3.249 

52.361 

73.134 

53.155 

3.1 86 

1 .793 

3.343 

5.535 



160.104 
91.118 
74.489 
13.405 

3.224 
58,986 
35.307 
25.305 

8.373 



456,963 

402,1 85 

13,188 

35.621 

491 

4.478 



403.590 
144.1 35 
149.744 
21 .578 
22.608 
55.525 



97.702 

95.193 

2.509 



221 .354 
20.539 
33.948 
5.619 
17.129 
10.436 
764 
53.917 
10,039 



2,777.649 



284,248 

?40,534 

9,232 

(01 

754 

3,572 

(D) 

19.154 

(01 

1 .003 

9.54) 



"27.1.77 

333. 87L 

331 .eOt 

ID) 

(0) 

1 1 .443 

82.552 



421 .871 
?81 .085 

71 .508 
9,77o 

59,399 



169,149 

21 ,583 

(D) 

5,242 

(Dl 

14,774 

25,958 

24,105 

2,853 

47,075 

55,351 

60.890 

2.879 

1 .592 

2,884 

5.287 



152.823 
87.386 
71 .438 
13.045 

2.902 
65.437 
33.873 
24.343 

7.221 



451 .362 

398.574 

12.554 

35,429 

491 

4.214 



389.254 
139,319 
144,359 
21 ,444 
21 ,787 
62,345 



87,080 

64.901 

2,179 



207,087 

18,721 

32,666 

5,033 

16.637 

10.251 

745 

50.984 

9.405 



7.782 

6.516 

189 

(D) 

23 

)35 

(O) 

622 

(Dl 

20 

258 



12.767 

9.599 

9.637 

(0) 

(0) 

569 

2.399 



11 .8)3 
5.547 
2.059 
392 
2.7)4 



4.321 

506 

(D) 

1 15 

(Dl 

364 

592 

51' 

80 

1.040 

1 .99'J 

1 .842 

95 

57 

95 



2,763 

1 ,45>" 

1,205 

190 

73 

1 ,295 

535 

480 

lan 



7.024 

5.098 

232 

514 

8 

7S 



6.974 
2.578 
2.4H5 
31 1 
329 
1.271 



2.548 
2.551 



.302 
489 
569 
124 
271 
159 
15 
952 
193 



5.473 

4.484 

163 

(Dl 

16 

109 

(D) 

476 

(D) 

19 

198 



10,404 

6,13C 

8.08) 

(Dl 

(Dl 

425 

1 .849 



8,78) 
5.413 
1.507 
262 
1 >599 



3.201 

347 

(D) 

72 

(D) 

254 

451 

403 

58 

734 

1 ,510 

1 .397 

73 

40 

57 

82 



2.433 

1 l3)9 

1«C85 

179 

55 

1,114 

557 

428 

129 



6,801 

5.959 

211 

551 

8 

52 



5.359 
2.382 
2.273 

300 
299 

1.115 



1 .949 

1 ,875 

73 



3.701 
386 
519 
95 
258 
151 
14- 
872 
157 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not eUewlieie classified. XXX Not applicable. 

Group totals may include data for estabhshments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of bui.iuess. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEBRASKA 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



27-5 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



Witll 
payroll 

(Number) 



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 end&d 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
( Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 

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. 

Opt ica! goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers- 
Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores 

NoDstore Retailers 

TotaI__. - - 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



e 

107 
53 

33 



15 

T^6 



5^1 
'6 



9i778 
1 .C'<3 

2f3'-.a 
3.?72 

3.1^2 
1 t665 

915 

e-"i 

1 l7''2 

2i7t: 



17tr2C 
(r ) 

13*774 
(D) 



8 


"16(, 


1 


0'-)3 


2 


276 


3 


om 




(D) 


^ 


.fj^ 


1 


113 




606 




657 


3 


• 666 




e7u 




36fi 


\ 


T2lm 




(Dl 


2 


710 


2 


750 


1 


.83" 




IDI 


a 


.826 




(D) 



1.218 
1U7 

y6a 
3?7 



I'^a 



58 
5t 
416 
173 
77 
312 
362 
4U6 
51-1 



1 .S-^S 
IDI 

1 .5138 
(D) 



23.82" 
2.986 
7.919 
7.237 

9.90" 
3.012 
9C7 
1 .29? 
9.328 
3.111 

au 

5.257 
6.596 

9.06" 
10.169 



36.053 
ID) 

30.800 
(D) 



22.507 
2.701 
7.504 
5.35L 

3'>7 
6.584 
2.441 

904 
1 .153 
8.843 
2.936 

761 
6.C15 
5.54,; 
0.253 
9."7i 



35.233 

IDl 

30.12" 

(D) 



455 

S' 

12 = 

14" 

9 

238 

105 

37 

3" 

15? 

31 

17 



151 

25^ 



10) 
52" 
(D) 



401 
56 
IIF 
120 

5 

133 

61 

37 

2B 

13« 

70 

16 

75 

92 

131- 

20" 



577 
IDl 
50J 
(D) 



270 

16 



34 
57 
?5 



515 
101 
572 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere clas-iified. XXX 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 zero. 



Table lOlA. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinktDg places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores. 



Other apparel stores. . 

Furniture, home furnishings, appiiaoce dealers. 

Automotive group. . 

Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bldg. malls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers ...'.-- 

Liunber, bldg. matls., supphes, 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 . . 



Nonstore retailers. 



Establishments 



Total' 
I Number) 



2,564 

2,010 
545 

3,218 
1,957 
1,257 



809 
187 
605 

955 

1,058 

2, US 

2,133 

722 

1,407 

665 

(NA) 
(NA) 

2,157 
405 
182 
546 
246 
630 



603 



With 
payroll 

INumber) 



Sales 



12,138 

1,700 

1,374 

326 

2,558 

1,597 
961 



687 
145 
542 



1,379 

1,743 

660 

1,083 

555 

500 
55 

1,319 
245 
134 

360 
152 
428 

81 



Total, all 

establjsh- 

ments' 

ISl.OOO) 



295,043 
268,844 

26,007 

118,151 
69,979 
48,098 

164,485 

74,203 
11,282 
62,575 

72,655 

287,753 



232,145 
102,080 
129,975 

47,860 
(NA) 
(NA) 

152,557 
21,339 
16,167 
75,543 
9,778 
27,824 

17,020 I 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(ll.OOO) 



1,485,819 

271,439 

249,786 

21,653 

106,955 
65,711 
41,244 

161,042 

71,821 
10,644 
61,177 

67,907 

281,465 

108,690 

223,307 
100,490 
122,817 

45,608 

43,930 

1,678 

135,751 
16,555 
15,553 
70,293 
8,460 
24,890 

11,834 



19 48' 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



16, 394 

3,033 

2,499 

534 

3,094 
1,766 
1,328 



724 
148 
575 

867 

1,129 

2,216 

2,239 

762 

1,477 

656 
563 

93 

1,717 
451 
101 
286 
234 
645 

35 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



2,086 

1,687 

399 

2,489 

1,507 

982 



573 
116 
457 

701 

961 

1,485 

1,898 

697 

1,201 

567 
505 
61 

1,175 
273 
90 
212 
161 
439 



Sales 



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



237,915 

217,401 

20,514 

91,348 
49,161 

42,187 



67,213 

9,897 

57,316 

54,876 

228,022 

99,915 

230,178 
97,673 
132,505 

38,616 
35,838 
2,778 

98,522 
19,920 
10,764 
32,955 
9,829 
25,054 

4,028 



Establish- 
ments vvith 
payroll 
($1,000) 



1,225,404 

214,230 
196,226 
18,004 

82,442 
45,405 
35,037 



64,453 

9,355 

55,098 

61,435 

221,541 

85,232 

221,289 

95,201 

126,088 

37,071 
34,719 
2,352 

87,035 
14,517 
10,603 
30,148 
8,810 
22,957 

3,919 



Standard Notes; iD) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (N A) Not available. ... Represents zero. 
' Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For 
1954 Censuses in the Introduction. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of 



a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 1948 and 
business. 



27-6 



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 
1 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,0001 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total. aU 
establish- 
ments 

(Jl.OOOl 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

isi.oooi 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


.Sales 

($1,000) 


1 


Nebraska, total 


17,05-i 


12. 138 


1,587.789 


1,485,819 


153. 360 


64.723 


52.624 


17.970 


2.554 


295.043 


3.218 


1 18.151 


2 




^59 


269 


38.098 


36.4-8 


3, "3 = 


1,577 


1 ,351 


351 


53 


7.655 


6o 


2.401 


1 




?99 
60 


233 

36 


34.794 
3.304 


33.5"5 
2. 812 


3,677 
258 


1,573 

104 


1,253 

88 


299 
52 


40 
13 


7.097 
55S 


58 
1 1 


1 .968 
433 


4 


Remainder of County 


5 


Antelope County 


137 


1 11 


12.325 


11.562 


742 


328 


273 


142 


15 


I .682 


2" 


4B7 


6 


Arthur County 


6 


2 


320 


inl 


ID) 


101 


(Dl 


(Dl 


... 


• a . 


2 


10) 


7 


Banner County 


2 


2 


(ni 


(0) 


(0) 


IDl 


(01 


(0) 


... 


• . . 


1 


10) 


8 


Blaine County 


2« 


12 


1 .462 


1.322 


6n 


33 


29 


27 


4 


5jM 


2 


(D) 


9 


Boone County 


127 


89 


8.934 


7,944 


601 


286 


230 


138 


15 


1 .502 


20 


455 


m 


Box Butte County 

• Alliance 


170 


145 


17.077 


16.741 


1 ,536 


578 


553 


168 


25 


3.363 


27 


7.'2 


n 


138 
32 


iia 

28 


15.150 
1 .917 


14,896 
1.845 


1 ,474 
162 


593 

85 


467 
66 


136 
32 


20 

5 


3.U9B 
265 


2" 
7 


571 
131 


12 


Remainder of County 






91 
79 


51 
51 


5.513 
5.?73 


4,677 
5.075 


307 
397 


138 
195 


1 1" 
164 


105 
74 


13 
8 


767 
1 .069 


23 
13 


3 15 

3n2 


li 


Brown County 




Buffalo County 

Kearney 

Remainder of County 


'99 


275 


32.185 


29.821 


2,661 


1 ,299 


1 .045 


432 


52 


4.314 


71 


lt9,>ti 


16 
17 


?31 
168 


155 
1 10 


22.791 
9.394 


21.473 
8.348 


2.350 
51 1 


1 ,044 
255 


845 
200 


232 
200 


32 

20 


3.037 
1 .277 


36 
35 


1 .l-Jc 
81C 


18 


Burt County 


166 


123 


13.839 


12.9'33 


915 


440 


355 


169 


20 


2.470 


27 


650 


19 


Butler County 


1U7 


79 


9.213 


7.571 


484 


238 


1 84 


151 


24 


1,959 


32 


664 


?n 


Cass County 


231 


142 


14.313 


12.291 


983 


451 


354 


255 


37 


3,839 


41 


1 .1 17 


?l 


81 
153 


53 

79 


7.027 
7.286 


5.559 
5,722 


569 

414 


287 

174 


21 1 
143 


39 
166 


13 

24 


2,223 

1 ,615 


15 
25 


513 
524 


22 


Rema inder of County 


23 


Cedar County 


192 


134 


1 1 .593 


10.467 


802 


400 


324 


199 


25 


2,131 


2Q 


Sn4 


24 


Chase County 


87 


55 


5.511 


4,899 


454 


187 


164 


93 


15 


1 ,044 


1 1 


237 


?■> 




11(0 


104 


10l9''« 


10.104 


939 


395 


361 


150 


19 


1 .779 


22 


725 


?6 


Valentine 


85 
55 


73 

31 


8.598 
2.246 


6.470 
1,714 


8U6 
133 


337 

5-5 


309 
52 


98 
52 


11 

6 


1 .33" 

44 1 


13 


U62 
263 


27 


Remainder of County 


?fl 




192 


148 


19.877 


19,155 


1 .995 


643 


553 


196 


27 


3,931 


37 


1 .810 


29 

30 


Sidney 

Remainder of County 


139 
53 


109 
39 


17.034 
2.843 


15,544 
2.51 1 


1 .71? 

2d3 


705 
138 


543 

1 10 


145 
51 


19 

8 


3,355 
565 


23 
14 


1 .303 
5r7 


31 


Clay County 


119 


85 


7.152 


6,180 


468 


227 


201 


130 


17 


1 (O^';! 


2" 


395 


1? 


Colfax County 


177 


129 


14.684 


13,762 


1 .026 


475 


417 


2 ',4 


32 


2,355 


38 


1.304 


-n 


90 
87 


58 

61 


7.952 
5.722 


7,568 
6.194 


60"^ 
421 


272 

204 


239 

178 


109 

105 


15 
17 


1 ,4u4 
952 


22 

15 


840 
454 


34 


Remainder of County 


T> 




172 


135 


14.596 


13.960 


1 .072 


467 


393 


189 


20 


2,032 


iP 


872 


Ifi 




83 
39 


65 
71 


7.B02 
6.785 


7.532 
6.428 


62-' 

450 


254 
213 


213 

180 


94 
95 


7 
13 


1,149 
8t,3 


12 
15 


405 
466 


37 


RCTiainder of County 


?fl 


Custer County 


?U8 


182 


15.374 


15.240 


1 ,134 


502 


473 


275 


44 


3,4i,'2 


38 


833 


1Q 


90 
158 


74 
108 


8.458 
7.916 


8,232 
7,008 


62'1 
505 


309 
293 


234 
239 


97 

176 


16 
28 


1 ,837 
1 .565 


14 
24 


367 
"66 


40 


Rema inder of County 


41 


Dakota County 

South Sioux City 

Remainder of County 


138 


94 


1 1 .195 


10,173 


1:2'. 


382 


311 


160 


33 


3.45) 


27 


1.387 


42 

43 


102 
36 


70 
24 


9.750 
1 .445 


9,036 
1,1 ■<7 


749 
77 


341 
41 


278 
33 


121 
39 


25 

7 


3.122 
32M 


2n 

7 


1 ,214 
173 


44 


Dawes County 


155 


123 


11 .255 


10,805 


1 ,05-5 


496 


401 


158 


30 


2.555 


24 


oie 


4*) 


89 
65 


75 
48 


7.860 
3.376 


7.735 
3.070 


tiOl 
257 


363 
133 


291 
1 11 


B5 
73 


11 
19 


1 .610 
946 


14 
)o 


523 
315 


46, 


Remainder of County 


47 


Dawson County ' 


268 


224 


27.805 


25.245 


2,167 


967 


794 


334 


28 


4.2o4 


45 


1 ,240 


4fl 




64 
71 
lOU 
«9 


50 
55 
84 
35 


5.740 

6.913 

11.4<!6 

3.664 


5,262 

6,457 

10,986 

3,540 


42n 
504 
945 
218 


158 
270 
421 
108 


139 

212 

354 

69 


70 

75 

130 

59 


8 

4 

13 

3 


1.U9 
915 

1 .914 
21,6 


9 
12 
15 
10 


235 

348 
474 

1 13 


49 


Gothenburg 


51 


Remainder of County 


•i? 




55 

1«2 


55 
80 


5.336 
7.510 


5, 166 
5,266 


380 
4B3 


186 
233 


1 49 
185 


70 
164 


8 
17 


767 

1 .09H 


17 
28 


290 
472 


53 


Dixon County 


54 


Dodge County 


1126 


294 


42.926 


40,245 


3,716 


1 ,610 


1 ,317 


450 


62 


7.152 


74 


2.74U 




?58 
168 

2l'>17 


188 
105 

2i021 


29.618 
13.310 

407,495 


26,400 
1 1,846 

391,405 


2,997 
710 

52,173 


1 ,285 
325 

19,597 


1 ,056 
261 

16,147 


254 
186 

2.649 


30 
32 

557 


5.440 
1 .742 

78.599 


45 
28 

66'i 


1 .852 
B8b 

42.495 


■iiS 




57 


Douglas County 


•ifl 




21^111 
175 


1.897 
124 


390.447 
17.046 


375.387 
16.018 


50,531 
1 ,642 


19,023 

674 


15,585 
562 


2,658 
191 


532 

25 


76.391 
2.21.-1 


519 

41 


39.936 
2.55i 


59 


Remainder of County 






71 
151 


53 
99 


4.196 
9. 826 


3,902 
8,945 


321 
665 


151 
326 


123 
271 


69 
163 


11 
19 


1 .036 
1 .465 


3<i 


202 
664 


61 


Fillmore County 


62 


Franklin County 


88 


64 


5.045 


5,541 


351 


199 


151 


1 15 


15 


l.ltS 


14 


414 


63 


Frontier County 


52 


40 


3.378 


3,136 


138 


105 


86 


55 


3 


252 


9 


2!2 



Standard Notes: <D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Flepresents zero. 



NEBRASKA 



27-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 









Kind-of-business group— Continued 


= 


General 


merchandise 


Appa 
son 


lel. a{xes- 
es 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 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number 


Sales 
($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

(tl.OOOl 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

(tl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


.Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


.5 


723 


16it,i+86 


809 


7it,203 


955 


72,655 


1 .058 


287.753 


2.118 


125.916 


2,133 


232, 115 


555 


47,950 


2.157 


152.557 


503 


17,020 


1 


11 


1tl51 


22 


2.r44 


26 


2.858 


25 


6.983 


41 


3.141 


26 


4.779 


15 


1 ,077 


57 


2,854 


10 


1 15 






Ut03fl 
153 


22 


2.044 


26 
... 


2.858 

... 


20 
5 


6.627 
356 


36 


2.454 
687 


18 
8 


3.952 
927 


12 
4 


991 
83 


51 
5 


(D) 
(D) 


8 


(D) 
(D) 


3 
4 


7 


7C.9 


3 


86 


17 


52 3 


1 1 


3.413 


15 


1 1IO8 


28 


2.970 


3 


213 


12 


755 


6 


71 


5 


2 


(D) 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


3 


124 


... 


... 


... 


... 


I 


(D) 


... 


... 


5 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


• . . 


... 


... 


1 


(D) 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


a a . 


7 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


... 


... 


1 


(01 


7 


87 


6 


221 


... 


... 


3 


157 


... 


... 


8 


7 


')82 


7 


294 


10 


345 


6 


1.338 


9 


748 


24 


2.189 


5 


295 


20 


(D) 


;? 


(D) 


9 


8 


1 Ilea 


10 


1 .095 


10 


664 


11 


3.120 


20 


925 


23 


2.968 


6 


(D) 


28 


2,452 


2 


(0) 


10 


7 


(D) 
(D) 


1& 


1 .095 


9 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


1 1 


3.120 


17 

3 


770 
155 


16 

7 


2.131 
837 


4 

2 


488 
(D) 


22 
6 


2,191 
261 


2 


(D) 


11 

12 


5 


263 


1 


105 


2 


(01 


6 


1 .277 


9 


273 


19 


2.006 


2 


ID) 


1 


250 


4 


IB 


13 


tl 


137 


5 


202 


2 


ID) 


8 


1 i291 


li- 


45c 


12 


741 


3 


173 


12 


525 


n 


ID) 


14 


\'i 


3.1 12 


25 


1 l571 


25 


2.258 


31 


5.824 


51 


2.7C7 


39 


4.612 


16 


981 


53 


3,56T 


20 


1,3CS 


15 


9 
7 


2f»^17 
265 


21 

4 


(d) 

(D) 


19 
6 


2.161 
97 


25 
6 


5.000 
M24 


20 
31 


1.154 
1 .5S3 


17 
22 


2.110 
2.202 


7 
9 


609 
372 


33 

20 


(D) 
(D) 


12 
8 


1.252 
56 


16 
17 


7 


464 


9 


414 


12 


176 


13 


2 . 087 


17 


803 


23 


2.618 


6 


257 


23 


3,036 


9 


541 


18 


° 


619 


2 


(Dl 


7 


258 


5 


933 


13 


597 


35 


2. 122 


6 


247 


12 


1 ,441 


2 


(0) 


19 


10 


150 


6 


(D) 


13 


305 


18 


2.673 


33 


1.214 


44 


2.al0 


1 1 


450 


21 


1 .266 




.(D) 


?n 




(D) 


1 
2 


140 
ID) 


5 

8 


163 

143 


1 1 

7 


1.192 
1*181 


24 


662 
552 


1 1 
33 


1 .158 
1 .652 


5 
8 


251 
199 


7 
14 


203 
1 ,C63 


... 


(D) 


21 
22 


11 


1 1051 


6 


157 


8 


179 


14 


2.219 


31 


1 .775 


31 


2.204 


8 


341 


20 


581 


6 


48 


23 


■^ 


297 


1 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


12 


1.577 


14 


587 


14 


1.151 


3 


255 


12 


218 


... 


... 


24 


1' 


766 


8 


388 


6 


944 


1 1 


2.282 


13 


1.2C3 


22 


1 .947 


7 


334 


1 1 


551 


Q 


122 


25 


u 


516 
25C 


8 


388 

... 


6 
... 


944 


9 

2 


(d) 

(D) 


5 


871 
332 


14 
8 


1 .507 
540 


3 
4 


250 
74 


6 

5 


502 
52 


6 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


26 
27 


7 


1.398 


5 


345 


1 1 


611 


14 


4.336 


27 


1.347 


22 


3.169 


5 


478 


21 


2,172 


1 5 


280 


28 


1 


1 l3i1 
'■1 


5 


345 


1 1 
... 


611 


12 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


1^ 
11 


1.060 
287 


13 
9 


2.148 
1 .021 


3 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


20 

4 


2.(,92 

80 


13 

• a a 


280 


29 
30 


1 1 


613 


2 


(Dl 


7 


193 


4 


569 


10 


857 


22 


1 .925 


5 


(D) 


16 


1 ,380 


5 


98 


31 


^ 


682 


4 


106 


1 1 


665 


13 


2.795 


2C 


973 


25 


3.185 


5 


255 


18 


2,313 


u 


5C 


32 


u 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


5 
6 


237 
428 


9 

1 


5.006 
789 


12 


464 
509 


10 
15 


1 .780 
1 .405 


3 
3 


145 
1 10 


6 

12 


597 
1.72' 


7 
7 


(0) 
(0) 


33 

34 


Q 


1 .597 


8 


255 


8 


229 


13 


2.070 


2C 


1 .647 


25 


3.695 


8 


120 


21 


1 .609 


1? 


164 


35 




(D) 
(D) 


5 
3 


111 
1 14 


4 
4 


162 
66 


7 
6 


1 .277 
793 


8 
12 


657 
990 


13 
12 


2.151 
1 .544 


4 
4 


265 
155 


10 
1 1 


(D) 


9 

4 


80 
84 


36 
37 


13 


1.2:12 


9 


467 


13 


679 


14 


2.080 


34 


1.837 


33 


3.571 


13 


577 


28 


1,522 


9 


105 


38 


5 
p 


61 3 

5(9 


5 

4 


322 

145 


8 
5 


562 
1 16 


6 
8 


1.374 
706 


11 
23 


558 
1.279 


8 
25 


1 1150 
2.221 


4 
9 


323 

254 


10 

18 


(D) 
(D) 


3 
6 


(D) 
(D) 


39 

40 


u 


165 


4 


137 


6 


52a 


1 1 


981 


IF 


1 .190 


13 


1 .131 


5 


272 


15 


(D) 


2 


(Dl 


11 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(D) 


2 

2 


101 
(D) 


6 
... 


528 


10 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


10 


909 
281 


9 
4 


1 .105 
325 


3 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


14 
1 


1.275 
(D) 


3 


(0) 
. .. 


42 
43 


a 


315 


13 


671 


4 


(Dl 


10 


2.217 


25 


1 .141 


20 


1 .943 


7 


335 


16 


501 


, 


(Dl 


44 


3 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


9 

U 


500 

171 


3 

1 


(Dl 
(D) 


6 

4 


1 .652 
565 


11 
14 


731 

410 


1 1 
9 


1 .558 

185 


5 
2 


(d) 

(D) 


14 

2 


(DJ 
(D) 


2 


(D) 

a a • 


45 
46 


16 


1 .515 


18 


1 .271 


21 


983 


19 


5.798 


36 


3.165 


41 


4,814 


10 


955 


47 


3,844 


6 


36 


47 


3 

« 
2 
7 


321 

57-6 
(D) 
(D) 


5 

2 

11 

• •* 


(D) 
(Dl 
970 


6 

7 
8 


in 

185 
U29 


6 
5 
6 
2 


1 .4/9 
(D) 

2.258 
(Dl 


R 
13 

d 


46/ 

510 

1.531 

657 


7 
12 
12 
10 


1 .064 

1 .484 

1,542 

724 


3 

2 

2 
3 


(0) 
(D) 
(D) 
71 


8 
13 
22 

4 


246 
1 .495 
1,627 

485 


2 

2 

2 


(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 


49 
49 
50 
51 


2 


(D) 


3 


178 


3 


59 


3 


(Dl 


6 


756 


12 


1 .179 


3 


124 


8 


1 . 107 


... 


a. a 


52 


10 


765 


4 


38 


5 


151 


9 


953 


12 


659 


28 


2.130 


5 


250 


16 


714 


3 


80 


53 


21 


Ul556 


28 


2.377 


25 


1 .815 


24 


5.443 


47 


3.145 


45 


7.192 


9 


588 


59 


7,^46 


22 


244 


54 


Q 

12 


3.P31 
7?2 


25 

3 


2.293 

34 


20 

5 


1 .599 
214 


18 
6 


4.963 
480 


2f 

19 


2.042 
1 .103 


17 

28 


2.901 
1.691 


5 
4 


545 
142 


42 
27 


4,024 
3.224 


18 
4 


224 
20 


55 

56 


62 


53.111 


172 


29,311 


126 


23.153 


121 


7P.7U0 


300 


21 .066 


143 


30.410 


133 


13,892 


384 


29.608 


159 


5.115 


57 


51 


53.022 
122 


170 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


117 
9 


22.938 
315 


113 
3 


77.192 
2.509 


271 
29 


18.996 

2.07C 


122 
21 


25.043 
5.557 


125 

7 


13,189 
103 


365 
19 


(D) 
(D) 


152 

7 


5.971- 
137 


58 
59 


'i 


16E 


3 


IDI 


1 


(D) 


a 


1 .069 


16 


635 


7 


550 


2 


(D) 


7 


171 


2 


(D) 


60 


7 


554 


1 


164 


19 


427 


10 


1 .522 


18 


779 


21 


2.700 


6 


101 


15 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


61 


1 


251 


2 


(Dl 


3 


(Dl 


3 


(D) 


17 


705 


17 


1 ,435 


3 


159 


5 


393 


4 


SB 


62 


3 


217 


3 


24 


... 


... 


5 


521 


9 


587 


13 


574 


3 


(D) 


4 


(0) 


... 


... 


53 



27-8 



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 


Payroll, 
entire year 

(81.000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (unin- 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


1 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1.0001 


Total 
(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 






174 
343 


134 
239 


1 1 1095 
30tl23 


1C.242 
27.707 


730 
2.369 


374 
1 .037 


314 
860 


204 
338 


19 
57 


1.574 

5.865 


33 
52 


704 
1.313 


? 


Gage County 




709 

134 

72 


157 
82 

52 


22,026 
8i095 

3,508 


21.034 


1 ,9t>7 


81 1 
225 


702 
1 58 


195 
1 43 


32 
25 


3.655 
2,230 


31 
21 


895 
417 


4 




5 


Garden Coujity 


3.358 


209 


108 


84 


72 


7 


533 


10 


213 


6 


Garfield County /. 


51 


39 


3,459 


3.275 


204 


89 


75 


56 


6 


666 


9 


172 


7 


Gosper Count:/ 


26 


10 


1 l079 


827 


38 


19 


1^ 


31 


3 


22R 


7 


60 


8 


Grant County 


23 


15 


1 ,269 


1.121 


73 


33 


31 


21 


4 


282 


3 


40 


9 


Greeley County 


96 


52 


5,173 


4,281 


234 


148 


1 15 


106 


14 


730 


24 


569 


in 


Hall County 


448 


346 


45,410 


43,138 


5.134 


2,184 


1.829 


458 


65 


8.587 


90 


3.416 


11 




347 
101 


277 
59 


39,470 
5.940 


37,894 
5,244 


4,669 
465 


1.953 
231 


1,629 
200 


351 
107 


45 
20 


7.533 
1 .054 


57 
23 


2.792 
524 


12 


Remainder of County 


13 


Hamilton County 


130 


74 


8,915 


7,943 


532 


279 


221 


128 


20 


1 .669 


1° 


314 


14 


Harlan County 


83 


47 


3,890 


3.256 


251 


127 


105 


100 


12 


815 


13 


292 


15 




14 


10 


619 


513 


32 


23 


19 


15 


2 


(Dl 


? 


10) 


16 


Hitchcock County 


87 


57 


5,025 


4.526 


293 


141 


121 


99 


11 


802 


If 


331 


17 


Holt County 

O'Neill 


205 


137 


13,208 


11.748 


888 


458 


371 


225 


26 


2.406 


43 


1.013 


Iff 


80 
123 

16 


52 

75 

10 


5,005 
7.2P2 

1 ,975 


5,505 
6,242 

1,839 


526 
362 

143 


253 
205 

55 


205 
165 

54 


84 
141 

23 


10 
16 

2 


1.130 
1 .276 

ID) 


19 
24 

1 


522 

491 

(0) 






20 


Hooker County 


21 


Howard County 


103 


^-' 


5,993 


5,197 


347 


173 


13=. 


1 13 


1 1 


810 


21 


545 


?? 


Jefferson County 

Falrbury 


178 


124 


13,950 


12,976 


992 


486 


372 


192 


28 


2.833 


31 


715 


23 


109 
69 

111 
78 


83 
41 

73 

68 


10.821 
3,139 

6,493 

5,725 


10,433 
2,543 

5,655 

5,333 


872 
120 

429 

450 


423 
63 

221 

2C7 


323 

49 

162 
150 


117 
75 

1 14 

80 


18 

10 

17 
12 


2.256 
577 

1 .007 

1 .6i2 


14 
17 

1 1 

12 


341 
374 

256 

323 


0'^ 




26 


Kearney 


27 


Keith County 

Ogallala 

Remainder of County 


160 


1 18 


12.365 


1 1 , 09 1 


1 .123 


447 


37" 


156 


25 


2.547 


23 


929 


2a 

29 


114 
45 


•So 

28 


10,0r2 

2,363 


9.324 
1 .767 


997 
126 


377 
70 


321 

49 


1 19 
47 


17 

8 


2.059 
478 


16 

7 


'84 
245 


30 


Keya Paha County 


14 


10 


871 


733 


39 


20 


16 


20 


3 


1V7 


1 


10) 






91 
210 

HI 58 


63 
142 
858 


6,950 

13,853 

152.393 


5.988 

12.495 

145.763 


547 

BU3 

19,2o5 


228 

431 
9.105 


185 

33P 

6.327 


95 

210 

1 .194 


16 

25 

172 


1 .575 

2.553 

25.253 


15 

34 

235 


438 

799 

9.791 






13 








1,P07 
151 


757 
101 


143,345 
9.047 


137.845 
7.917 


18,59? 
613 


7.818 
287 


6.104 
223 


1 .033 
151 


146 
26 


23,102 
2.161 


202 
34 


a. 513 
1 ,278 


35 


Remainder of County 


16 


Lincoln County 

North Platte 


571 


267 


35,177 


33,495 


3,623 


1.446 


1.263 


407 


43 


5.46<:> 


78 


. 2.779 


37 


275 
95 

IB 


203 
64 

14 


29,515 
5.552 

795 


28,355 
5.1U0 

736 


3,225 
398 

48 


1.287 
159 

32 


1.126 
137 

23 


303 

104 

19 


31 
12 

2 


4.767 
1 ,593 

(Dl 


53 
25 

3 


2.237 

542 

59 






39 


Logan County 


40 


Loup County 


16 


8 


430 


256 


20 


15 


8 


18 


2 


ID) 


4 


44 


41 


McPherson County 


4 


2 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


ID) 


(0) 


101 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


4? 


Madison County 


402 


282 


38,071 


35,347 


3,322 


1.456 


1 ,201 


431 


57 


6.598 


72 


2,43L 


43 


238 
164 


182 
100 


;>7,710 
10,351 


26,228 
9,1 19 


2,703 
519 


1 .176 
280 


96" 
233 


247 
184 


'5 
22 


5.049 
1 .549 


43 
29 


1 .70-. 
73^ 


44 


Remainder of County 


4") 




148 
1 15 
92 
138 


106 
80 
54 
85 


9,708 
7.591 
4.986 
9.375 


9.C04 
5.977 
4.570 
7.273 


575 
523 
346 
515 


333 
252 

171 
265 


259 
215 

134 
220 


142 

125 

95 

153 


15 

13 

9 

21 


1 .6VO 

1 .670 

817 

l.fr32 


27 
16 
10 
23 


733 
426 
343 
461 


4f^ 




47 




48 


Nemaha County 


49 




96 
42 


58 
18 


7.4^7 
1 .9' 8 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 


(d) 

(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(d) 
(c) 


15 
5 


1 .424 
2CS 


13 
10 


336 

125 


50 


Remainder of County 


51 


Nuckolls County 


137 


99 


9.8H6 


9.018 


730 


352 


281 


141 


22 


2.03" 


21 


5S2 


5? 




71 
66 

274 


59 

40 

194 


7.09P 
2.788 

20.7=3 


5.746 
2.272 

19.375 


571 
159 

1 .521 


258 
94 

718 


203 
78 

554 


74 
57 

296 


7 
15 

39 


1,3£,1 
657 

4. 140 


1 1 

10 

60 


337 

245 

1 .?-17 


5? 




-^4 








153 
121 

85 

70 

TOid disdosu 


115 
79 

55 

35 

re. (NA 


13,4^4 
7,269 

3.794 

4.532 

1 Not available 


12,802 
5,573 

3.210 

3.9'4 

XXX No 


1 .23'^ 
3d6 

274 

305 

t applicable. 


520 
198 

137 

128 

(Z) Lessth. 


415 
139 

121 

1 IC 

an$500. 


163 
133 

90 

77 

. Represen 


25 

14 

13 
16 

tszero. 


3.024 
1.1 1«. 

1 . ot >^ 

894 


31 
29 

9 

10 


725 
512 

149 

277 


SfS 




^r- 




•^9, 




s 


tandard Notes: (D) Withheld to a 



NEBRASKA 



27-9 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 







Kind-of-business group— Continued 


= 


General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers 


i 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numberl 


Sales 
(Si.ooo) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 
(SI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(Si.oooi 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

(tl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.l 


Sales 
(SI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(SI.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number 


Sales 

($1,000) 


^ 


15 


1 1047 


4 


138 


9 


444 


10 


1 .710 


18 


1.514 


34 


2.199 


9 


360 


19 


(D) 


4 


(Dl 


1 


1° 


2.525 


16 


1.017 


21 


1.549 


21 


».140 


45 


2.568 


46 


4.575 


13 


845 


44 


3,571 


9 


132 


? 


7 
12 


2.O05 
«f 1 


14 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


16 
5 


954 
595 


14 

7 


5.077 

1 .063 


2"' 
21 


1.935 
633 


24 
22 


2.179 
1 .697 


9 

4 


763 

82 


29 

15 


(D) 
(D) 


9 


132 


3 
4 


3 


208 


6 


216 


5 


136 


5 


695 


10 


409 


7 


357 


4 


1 14 


15 


717 


... 


. . . 


5 


2 


(Dl 


... 


... 


6 


114 


5 


M44 


5 


264 


10 


635 


1 


(Dl 


7 


549 


... 


. . . 


6 


1 


(01 


... 


... 


... 


... 


1 


(01 


-- 


43 


5 


358 


1 


(Dl 


3 


101 


2 


IDI 


7 


1 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


1 


(0) 


- 


216 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


6 


165 


... 


... 


8 


2 


(Dl 


3 


27 


4 


142 


6 


412 


'- 


321 


25 


1 .597 


5 


198 


5 


969 


2 


101 


9 


10 


5.673 


28 


2.974 


55 


2.361 


29 


5.922 


59 


4,165 


41 


5.694 


15 


1.945 


58 


3.149 


1" 


523 


10 


9 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


28 

... 


2.974 


32 

3 


2. 318 

43 


2i 

6 


5.507 
1 .415 


25 


2.445 
1.221 


30 
1 1 


4.578 
1.116 


13 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


48 
10 


2.768 
381 


18 


523 
... 


1 1 
12 


5 


340 


3 


152 


5 


272 


8 


1.511 


24 


783 


26 


2.459 


5 


121 


1 1 


1 .256 


4 


38 


13 


6 


256 


4 


1 12 


4 


(D) 


7 


880 


10 


509 


13 


594 


2 


(Dl 


10 


157 


2 


101 


14 


... 


... 


• •• 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


3 


117 


2 


(D) 


... 


... 


5 


151 


... 


... 


15 


5 


225 


2 


(01 


... 


... 


4 


509 


11 


680 


23 


1 .183 


3 


121 


10 


(D) 


... 


... 


16 


12 


■^36 


12 


512 


10 


257 


16 


3.565 


27 


1 .202 


24 


2.080 


1 1 


442 


18 


787 


4 


98 


17 


9 


«23 

413 


6 
6 


321 
191 


6 

4 


213 
54 


5 
11 


1 .488 
2.077 


ic 

17 


507 
595 


e 

16 


129 
1 .251 


3 
8 


222 
220 


8 
10 


(D) 
(D) 


2 

5 


(Dl 
101 


18 
19 


? 


ID) 


... 


... 


1 


ID) 


3 


(01 


... 


... 


3 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


2 


ID) 


... 


... 


20 


f. 


308 


2 


10) 


9 


199 


2 


(Dl 


19 


645 


17 


1 .387 


2 


(01 


12 


724 


2 


101 


21 


1 


It 666 


4 


343 


8 


573 


12 


2.502 


27 


1.132 


25 


2. "66 


a 


390 


22 


1 .682 


6 


58 


?? 


■5 


1 1457 
2^9 


4 
... 


343 


7 
1 


[D) 
(D) 


8 
4 


2.396 
105 


1" 
13 


557 
475 


17 
8 


1 .5(^5 
551 


4 
4 


318 
72 


13 
9 


(D) 
(D) 


6 


... 


23 

24 


■) 


413 


U 


no 


6 


326 


11 


1 .619 


16 


502 


22 


1 .549 


5 


277 


12 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


25 


3 


2-5 


2 


(0) 


3 


(01 


a 


1 .008 


7 


401 


16 


1 .329 


3 


191 


10 


303 


2 


IDI 


26 


12 


89r. 


8 


607 


13 


534 


11 


2.699 


29 


1 .956 


17 


1 .248 


4 


227 


18 


618 


... 




27 


7 


612 

278 


8 


607 
... 


12 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


8 
3 


(D) 


19 


1 .596 

370 


9 
8 


772 
476 


3 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


17 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


... 
... 


... 
... 


28 
29 


3 


1»8 


... 


... 


... 


... 


1 


(01 


5 


228 


1 


(01 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


30 


u 


413 


2 


(Dl 


4 


143 


8 


1 .430 


1 1 


630 


14 


1 .499 


2 


(Dl 


12 


4 38 


2 


ID) 


31 


Q 


812 


1 1 


336 


16 


479 


9 


2.489 


22 


727 


42 


3.634 


8 


405 


25 


1 .474 


9 


105 


32 


23 


32.762 


^0 


10.416 


64 


7.545 


91 


22.587 


181 


10.366 


85 


14.080 


45 


5.585 


156 


12.7.'>4 


55 


1.214 


33 


1" 


32.5112 
2tC 


5C 


10.416 


60 
4 


7.482 
63 


85 
6 


21 .633 
954 


■ 146 
35 


8.605 
1.761 


62 
23 


12.610 
1 .470 


43 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


140 
16 


11 .653 
1 ,121 


54 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


34 
35 


11 


3.993 


22 


1 .808 


20 


1.992 


20 


5.253 


52 


4.419 


30 


3.078 


14 


1.283 


57 


3.358 


24 


744 


36 


3 


3.755 
265 


22 


1.8C8 


19 
1 


(D) 


19 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


36 

15 


3.322 

1 .097 


14 
16 


2.070 
1 .008 


10 
4 


1 .136 

147 


46 
11 


(D) 
(D) 


17 

7 


670 
74 


37 

38 


3 


72 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


2 


(D) 


4 


200 


... 


(Dl 


4 


(0) 


... 


... 


39 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


1 


(Dl 


5 


152 


3 


76 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


... 


• .• 


40 


3 


(D) 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


41 


1"= 


3.9e3 


19 


1 .514 


27 


2.149 


30 


6.919 


50 


3.155 


49 


5.241 


10 


707 


54 


5,113 


19 


262 


42 


1"" 


3.6f,a 

295 


\1 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


18 
9 


J. ■'IS 
133 


20 
10 


t.674 
1 .24'- 


26 
24 


1.865 
1 .291 


16 
33 


2.292 
2.949 


4 
6 


415 
292 


35 

18 


(D) 
(D) 


13 
6 


215 
46 


43 
44 


^ 


362 


3 


117 


12 


' 299 


6 


969 


25 


1 .912 


22 


2.436 


5 


223 


20 


851 


5 


46 


45 


5 


331 


2 


(D) 


5 


152 


5 


^in 


15 


543 


21 


2.874 


5 


205 


25 


(D) 


4 


34 


46 


5 


356 


5 


36 


9 


302 


6 


'*35 


1 1 


645 


16 


944 


3 


158 


14 


374 


4 


26 


47 


c; 


343 


5 


280 


3 


274 


1 1 


2.193 


t: 


5,r 


20 


1 .720 


8 


357 


21 


1 .408 


11 


197 


48 


3 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


5 


280 

... 


3 


274 


1 1 


2.193 


■3 


(D) 
(D) 


14 
5 


1 .538 
182 


2 
5 


(D) 


12 
9 


(D) 
(D) 


9 

2 


(d) 


49 
50 


U 


544 


7 


434 


1 1 


457 


10 


2.223 


19 


958 


19 


1 .734 


4 


269 


16 


607 


4 


un 


51 


1 


(D) 


5 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


6 
5 


301 
156 


7 
3 


(D) 


9 
10 


404 
554 


8 
1 1 


1 .f^87 
647 


2 
2 


(01 
(Dl 


1 1 

5 


430 
177 


2 
2 


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(01 


52 

53 


11 


1 .826 


12 


64S 


17 


792 


16 


4.499 


30 


1.907 


39 


3.658 


9 


446 


34 


1 .528 


4 


72, 


54 


5 
9 


1.152 
634 


9 

3 


594 

54 


1 1 
6 


609 
183 


12 

4 


3.510 
989 


12 

1'. 


1 .279 
528 


17 
22 


1 .503 
2.155 


4 
5 


307 
139 


24 

to 


(D) 
(D) 


3 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


55 
55 


5 


330 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(01 


7 


403 


15 


503 


14 


161 


7 


177 


8 


123 


3 


17 


57 


2 


101 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


c 


283 


18 


1 .512 


5 


21 1 


5 


144 


... 


... 


58 



27-10 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — COUNTIES; 
Toul Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



County and city 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Food stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Eating, drinking 
places 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numtwr) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Phelps County 

Holdrece 

Remainder of County, 



Pierce County. 



Platte County 

Columbus 

Remainder of County. 



Red Willow County 

McCoolc 

Remainder of County. 



Ittchardson County 

Palls City 

Remainder of County. 



Saline County 

Crete 

Remainder of County, 



Sarpy County 

Bellevue 

Remainder of County. 



Saunders County 

Uahoo 

Remainder of County, 



Scotts Bluff County... 

Gering 

Scottsbluff 

Remainder of County, 



Seward County 

Seward 

Remainder of County. 



Slieridan County, 
Sherman County. . 
Sioux County.... 
Stanton County.. 
Thayer County., . 
Thomas County... 
Thurston County. 
Valley County, . . 



Washington County 

Blair 

Remainder of County. 



Wayne County 

Wayne 

Remainder of County, 



Webster County. 
Wheeler County, 



Yorlt County 

Yorls 

Remainder of County. 



1 10 
37 



117 
''OO 



105 
192 



113 
H9 



118 

)oa 



72 

147 



81 
156 



?73 
1"19 



89 
86 

163 

86 

13 

61 

153 

21 

102 

101 

130 



88 
40 

107 

17 

179 



1 14 
65 



87 
214 



14.831 
2.763 



7t8(?3 
27.943 



14,285 
2,677 



LIS*. 
197 



51) 
2.489 



256 

1 .102 



41? 
73 



2) 1 

890 



75 
146 



21 .7r3 
6.2U0 



8.007 
19.5=6 



20.381 
5.414 



7.471 
18.674 



2.1 20 
569 



497 
1 .968 



901 
201 



235 
848 



"TIl2 

1 48 

190 
679 



133 
299 



2.197 
3t5 



1.267 
5.762 



192 
107 



1 12 
207 



4.939 

843 



1 .200 
3.99H 



1 19 
27 



17.937 
) .659 



17.515 
1. 159 



3.352 

646 



100 
62 



) 1 .4b4 
5l3>-'8 



3.316 
14.832 



11.302 
4,590 



3,064 
13,580 



1 ,029 
573 



2)0 
9ol 



497 

190 



1 1 3 
465 



415 
159 



123 
109 



2,1 15 
1,010 



410 
2,665 



6,739 

8.143 



6.483 
7,097 



452 

509 



191 
272 



147 
224 



162 
122 



1 ,332 
1,333 



3,233 

5,4?8 



3,041 
5,072 



2u7 
310 



1O0 
171 



67 
121 



1,663 
725 



104 
356 



8,185 
10.054 



7,791 
8,980 



646 

610 



261 
261 



210 
212 



88 
160 



1,699 
2,664 



50 
207 



4,621 
32,518 
10,080 



63 
56 

125 
68 
1 1 
41 

105 
9 
62 
73 
90 



7,586 
5,051 

1 1 ,753 

4.666 

6f.1 

3.443 

9.468 

917 

7,062 

7,219 

10,084 



4,039 

31,216 

9,056 

11.229 



317 
3,272 

794 



153 

1 ,347 

343 



125 

1,11.? 

300 



75 
272 
141 



1 ,338 
6,327 
1,339 



7, 178 
4,05) 

10,909 

4,150 

(D) 

3,141 

8,488 

663 

6,100 

6,521 

9,276 



585 
206 

922 

2d5 
37 
224 
588 
2H 
400 
455 
671 



265 

1 19 

365 

135 

14 

98 

328 

19 

186 

237 

295 



224 

91 

318 

)07 

15 

76 

263 

17 

152 

192 

228 



96 

106 

169 

88 

17 

58 

152 

21 

131 

108 

151 



1,691 
993 

1 ,979 

975 

(D) 

908 

1 ,565 

(D) 

) ,092 

) ,437 

2 , 507 



7,403 
2.581 



7.153 
2.123 



513 

I5« 



225 

70 



177 

51 



1 .454 
1 .043 



7.992 

1 .642 

7.610 

524 

1 6 . 82 1 



7.650 
1.492 



6.988 
178 



629 
100 



309 

44 

255 

3 

554 



88 
39 

113 

18 

182 



1.57 1 
298 

1,815 

1 18 

2.071 



13.4P9 
3.332 



12.955 
2,920 



1 ,300 
230 



567 
97 



466 
82 



1,555 
515 



_i3 



528 
1 15 



604 
2,537 



) ,659 
858 



337 

945 



456 
580 



1 16 
1 .351 



417 
934 



341 
713 



573 
792 



265 

1 .261: 

555 



545 
440 

8)1 

323 

(0) 
223 
798 
1 19 
5(r1 
275 
922 



475 
447 



621 
50C 
121 



283 
56 



872 
547 
325 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEBRASKA 



27-11 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



Kind-of-business 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 


i 


EsUb- 
Ush- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 
(Jl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
bsh- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

Ush- 

menta 

(Number) 


Sales 
(Sl.OOO) 


ij 


5 


1 toei 


IC 


4 36 


9 


640 


10 


4 1507 


21 


1>038 


22 


2i906 


5 


378 


16 


3l009 


n 


324 


1 




(D) 
CD) 


10 
... 


4B6- 

... 


8 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


7 
3 


(D) 
(D) 


16 
s 


951 
1 17 


16 
6 


21084 
»22 


3 

3 


(D) 
(D) 


12 

4 


21841 
168 


10 

... 


324 


2 
3 


6 


316 


4 


73 


7 


191 


7 


1 i534 


2' 


1 139^^ 


21 


1 1461 


5 


1 15 


14 


(D) 


7 


(D) 


4 


p 


21636 


22 


1 il52 


22 


I1I6I 


16 


41031 


44 


1 1943 


29 


4|946 


12 


701 


39 


2l914 


7 


140 


5 


5 
3 


21170 
157 


2C 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


17 

5 


I1OI2 
149 


14 

2 


(D) 
101 


25 
19 


995 
948 


16 
13 


3.145 

1 .q't'l 


R 
4 


595 

106 


29 

10 


1 iB84 
1 1030 


7 


140 
... 


5 

7 


S 


1119 


4 


103 


e 


223 


7 


B37 


9 


918 


20 


1 1720 


4 


244 


17 


(D) 


1 


(D) 


8 


7 


2l290 


IB 


llC77 


10 


994 


19 


4i317 


16 


1 l013 


26 


2in«3 


7 


510 


27 


2 1375 


5 


3> 


9 


6 
) 


(D) 
(D) 


17 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


10 


994 


18 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


9 

7 


7P6 
227 


IJ 
14 


1 i54U 
499 


4 

3 


44? 
55 


24 

3 


(d) 

(D) 


3 
5 


(D) 
IDl 


10 
1 1 


I. 


1.2E5 


8 


295 


19 


lil26 


13 


31038 


20 


1.3=5 


36 


3iU20 


5 


481 


29 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


12 


11 


li034 
251 


7 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


14 

5 


ll050 
76 


9 
4 


21688 
350 


10 
10 


1 i-7f 
281 


13 
23 


1 1I39 
2i281 


4 
2 


(d) 

(D) 


IB 
1 1 


ll29« 
(D) 


2 


... 

101 


15 

14 


7 


231 


2 


(0) 


5 


101 


2 


(D) 


10 


40? 


10 


1 1253 


1 


ID) 


5 


15a 


... 


... 


15 


10 


728 


R 


134 


16 


429 


15 


31975 


26 


11316 


42 


3il97 


8 


490 


17 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


16 


7 


111 
31S 


3 
2 


(D) 
(0) 


6 
10 


208 
221 


4 
1 1 


2il 12 
11863 


12 

lu 


a25 
491 


12 
30 


037 
2i250 


3 
5 


185 
305 


9 

8 


215 

(D) 


2 


(C) 
(0) 


17 
18 


a 


2rl 


5 


249 


6 


211 


1 1 


1,«40 


1 7 


933 


12 


1 1258 


3 


234 


8 


244 


... 


... 


19 


1 
3 


(D) 
(D) 


4 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


2 
4 


ID) 
(D) 


3 
S 


(01 

(D) 


4 
13 


304 
629 


2 

10 


(D) 
(D) 


2 
1 


(0) 
(01 


5 
2 


(d) 

(01 


... 


... 
... 


20 
21 


1 1 


735 


7 


(Dl 


14 


512 


18 


i'iP76 


35 


ll378 


33 


3 1557 


9 


442 


25 


1 l645 


2 


(CI 


22 


Q 


(D) 
(D) 


2 
5 


(Dl 
90 


6 
8 


363 
249 


3 
10 


^i49^ 
lo7» 


6 
25 


447 
431 


12 
21 


1 1667 
1 1900 


3 
6 


250 
192 


13 
12 


375 
ll270 


2 


(n 


23 

24 


25 


4 12111 


35 


2i719 


27 


2tl43 


34 


a 1 - 49 


69 


3i05c. 


55 


51312 


19 


ll241 


79 


4ib59 


15 


1 i213 


25 


3 

12 

1". 


13? 

31560 

55 1 


3 

27 

5 


235 

2i262 

222 


4 
13 
10 


186 

li50< 

457 


4 
25 

5 


.^99 
8i2!i5 
1 i265 


12 
27 


633 
1 1389 

iioze 


K 
22 
23 


1 1145 
31368 
21299 


4 
5 
9 


(d) 

(D) 
34) 


8 
55 
15 


(D) 
3i717 

(D) 


... 

1 1 

4 


(0) 
(D) 


26 
27 
28 


15 


7ue 


4 


193 


6 


309 


10 


2l042 


23 


1 l347 


31 


2i324 


5 


360 


23 


1 l654 


... 


... 


29 


9 
6 


454 
2'-U 


4 


1S3 

... 


5 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


5 
5 


1 .384 
65fl 


I'J 
15 


6':8 
6P9 


13 

13 


1 l2C5 
1 1II8 


3 
2 


(01 
101 


15 
8 


953 

701 


... 


... 
... 


30 
31 


12 


11-^27 


9 


392 


9 


344 


9 


:'i359 


20 


1 1-43 


33 


2166I 


4 


364 


16 


(D) 


2 


(0) 


32 


■) 


leu 


7 


385 


5 


123 


2 


ID) 


s 


586 


24 


1 1277 


2 


(01 


5 


i91 


2 


(Dl 


33 


• • • 


... 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


2 


ID) 


3 


(O) 


3 


in 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


... 


... 


34 


3 


2 


3 


2^ 


2 


101 


c 


328 


3 


(D 


8 


1 1128 


6 


179 


7 


40-1 


4 


26 


35 


13 


7^? 


9 


176 


12 


700 


4 


975 


27 


946 


27 


2i223 


5 


246 


5 


919 


6 


68 


56 


... 


. ■ . 


... 


... 


1 


(01 




... 


u 


207 


1 


10) 


2 


ID) 


4 


54 


... 


... 


37 


o 


443 


2 


(151 


... 


... 


3 


10) 


9 


581 


16 


2.413 


4 


106 


14 


776 


2 


(D) 


38 


•=; 


438 


4 


179 


9 


204 


6 


707 


12 


63. 


21 


1 1539 


4 


244 


15 


(D) 


2 


(D 


39 


b 


299 


5 


292 


6 


263 


5 


1 l6in 


19 


881 


19 


2iOl6 


3 


IBB 


13 


1.075 


4 


26 


40 


a 


(D) 
(D) 


5 
... 


292 


4 
2 


(D) 
ID) 


5 


1 16IO 


12 

7 


651 
23C 


9 
10 


1 1541 
675 


3 


188 


9 

4 


937 
138 


4 


26 


41 
42 


7 


678 


3 


218 


7 


17',' 


9 


2i646 


13 


639 


la 


1 i359 


4 


195 


17 


712 


4 


2b 


43 


7 


676 


3 
... 


218 


4 

3 


137 
33 


8 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


5 

e 


276 

363 


10 
8 


1 1229 

6 30 


2 

2 


ID) 
(0) 


12 

5 


595 

1 17 


4 


7T 


44 
45 


u 


400 


2 


(0) 


6 


249 


9 


l."53 


12 


1 i4C5 


17 


1 .260 


5 


149 


12 


50a 


5 


(Dl 


45 


6. 


15C 


... 


. . . 


... 


... 


... 


.. . 


1 


101 


... 


... 


... 


... 


2 


;o) 


... 


... 


47 


6 


1 i0"'3 


1 1 


736 


16 


752 


6 


3i993 


21 


li382 


20 


2.1150 


4 


348 


25 


ID) 


3 


(D) 


48 




(D) 
1?) 


11 

• ■ • 


736 


16 

• a • 


752 
.. . 


4 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


8 
13 


S76 

804 


12 
8 


1 1842 

6C8 


3 
1 


(d) 

10) 


4 


(0) 




... 


50 



27-12 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1,(X10) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
(81,000) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales. 1948 
($1.000) 



Nebraslca, total. 



Adams County 

Hastings 

Remainder of County, 



Antelope County , 
Arthur County . , . 
Banner County . , . 
Blaine County,,, 
Boone County,,., 



Box Butte County 

Alliance , 

Remainder of County, 



Boyd County,, 
Brown County. 



Buffalo County , 

Kearney 

Remainder of County, 



Burt County,,, 
Butler County, 



Caas County 

Plattsmouth. , ,,,,,,, 
Remainder of County, 



Cedar County, 
Chase County, 



Cherry County 

Valen+*"e, 

Remainder of bounty. 



Cheyenne County 

Sidney ,, 

Remainder of County, 



Clay County, 



Colfax County 

Schuyler ,,,,.,, 

Remainder of County, 



Cuming County ,,,, 

West Point,,, 

Remainder of County, 



Custer County 

Broken Bow , , , , , 

Remainder of County, 



Dakota County,,,,,,,,, 
South Sioux City,,,, 
Remainder of County, 



Dawes County ,,,,.,,,,, 
rh«dron ,,,,.,, 

Remainder of County, 



Dawson County 

Cozad 

Gothenburg ,,,.,, .,•• 
T.aviji^ton 

Remainder of County. 



Deuel County, 
Dixon County. 



Dodge County , 

!^emon+ ..,,,,,,,, 
Remainder of County. 



Douglas County,..,,,,. 
Omaha 

Remainder of County, 

Dundy County., ,,,,,,,, 



327 

27i 

53 

175 

9 



U 
139 

153 

117 
36 

35 

84 

379 
211 
168 

164 

159 

218 
74 
U4 

194 

76 

117 
56 
61 

163 
97 
66 



170 
80 
90 

176 
77 
99 

270 
87 
183 

134 
79 
55 

154 
84 
70 

275 
71 
72 
85 



69 

140 

405 
229 
176 

2,555 

2,379 

176 



1,309,972 

32,979 
29,985 
2,994 

9,862 

230 



668 

8,315 

15,119 
12,724 
2,395 

4,165 

7,058 

27,665 
20,186 
7,479 

10,543 

7,438 

10,765 
5,039 
5,726 

10,353 

6,332 

9,480 
6,670 
2,81C 

13,600 
10,462 
3,133 

5,363 

12,210 
6,631 
5,579 

12,972 
6,909 
6,063 

15,960 

■ 7,873 

3,087 

3,247 
6,377 

1,370 

10, 836 
6,744 
4,092 

26,749 
6,941 
5,756 

10,735 
3,317 

5,103 

6,811 

33,876 
23,954 
9,922 

314,674 

304, 583 

10,091 



78 



Standard Notes: 



5,059 



Fillmore County, 
Franldin County, 
Frontier County. 
F\imas County... 



Gage County, ,,,,,,,,,, 
Beatrice .,,.,,,,.... 

Remainder of County. 



Garden County.,, 
Garfield County, 
Gosper County,,, 
Grant County,.,, 
Greeley County,, 



Hall County,,,,. 

Grand Island....... , 

Remainder of County. 



Hamilton County.. 
Harlan Coimty.,,, 

Hayes County 

Hitchcock County, 



Holt County ,,,,, 

O'Neill 

Remainder of County, 



Hooker County. 
Howard County, 



Jefferson County 

Fairbury 

Remainder of County, 



Johnaon County, 
Kearney County, 



Keith County,,,.. 

Ogallala 

Remainder of County. 



Keya Paha County. 
Kijnball County,,, 
Knox County,.,,,, 



Lancaster County,.,,,, 
Lincoln,,,,.,.,, ,,, , 
Remainder of County, 

Lincoln County 

North Platte.,. 

Remainder of County, 



Logan County 

Loup County 

McPherson County, 



Madison County,,,..... 
Norfolk 

Remainder of County, 



Merrick County, 
Morrill County, 
Nance County,,, 



(D) withheld to avoid disclosure. 



Nanaha County 

Auburn 

Remainder of County, 
CNAl'Not available. 



Ul 
102 
62 
159 

332 

193 
139 

70 

49 

28 

22 

87 

403 

326 

82 

111 

103 

16 

78 

226 

226 

19 

113 

136 
116 
70 

lU 

101 

138 
36 
52 

21 

70 

215 

1,068 
894 

174 

3U 
202 
112 

16 

15 

5 

383 
216 
167 

154 

121 

83 

149 
60 



6,081 

6,150 

2,952 

8,970 

24,280 
18,451 
5,829 

2,947 

2,753 

1,710 

986 

4,239 

36,313 
33,241 
3,072 

6,174 

5,338 

500 

4,556 

13, 167 

13,167 

1,691 

4,851 

12,797 
10,019 
2,778 

6,027 

6,453 

10, 155 
8,025 
2,130 

915 

5,135 

12,469 

124,698 

117,955 

6,743 

31,731 
27, 150 
4,581 

627 

542 

242 

31,205 

22,697 

8,508 

3,457 

7,292 

4,613 

7,823 
6, lU 
1,709 



Nuckolls County 

Superior 

Remainder of County, 



Otoe County,,,,,..,,,., 

Nebraska City 

Remainder of County. 



Pawnee County.. 
Perkins County. 



Phelps County ......... 

Holdrege, ,,,,,,,,,,, 

Remainder of County, 



Pierce County, 



Platte County 

Columbus ,,,,.,,,.... 

Remainder of County. 



Polk County, 



Red Willow County 

McCook 

Remainder of County. 



Richardson Coimty,,,,, 

Falls City 

Remainder of County, 

Rock County 



Saline County,,,,,,,,, 
Crete 

Remainder of County, 



Sarpy County 

Bellevue.. .......,,, 

Remainder of County, 



Saunders County 

Wahoo .,,..........., 

Remainder of County, 



Scotts Bluff County,,, 
G ering ,,,. 

Scottsbluff... 

Remainder of County, 



Seward County 

Seward 

Remainder of County, 



Sheridan County, 
Sheiman County , , 
Sioux County,,,. 
Stanton County,, 
Thayer County . , , 
Thomas County,,, 
Thurston County, 



Valley County, 



Washington County 

Blair 

Remainder of County. 



Wayne County 

Wayne 

Remainder of County. 



Webster County. 
Wheeler County. 



York County 

York 

Remainder of County. 



134 
64 
70 

240 
130 

110 

86 

84 

123 
90 
33 



268 
161 
107 



176 
128 
48 

223 

111 
112 



209 
70 
139 

93 
23 
70 

239 
83 

156 

458 
67 
231 
160 

178 
72 

106 

154 
84 
22 
59 

173 
23 

105 



UO 
81 
59 

113 
67 
46 

111 

16 

184 
116 
68 



8,280 
5,233 
2,997 

15,403 

10,260 

5,U8 

3,991 

4,962 

11,074 
9,U5 
1,929 

7,328 

20,995 
16,276 
4,719 



17,456 
15,279 
2,177 

16,163 
11,375 
4,788 

2,879 

11,469 
4,8U 
6,655 

4,682 
1,060 
3,622 

13,505 
5,769 
7,736 

41,683 
4,355 

28,424 
8,904 

9,902 
5,970 
3,932 

10,212 
3,594 
1,277 
3,299 
8,658 
666 
5,975 
5,692 

8,495 
6,031 
2,464 

8,470 
6,695 
1,775 

5,641 

394 

13,460 
11,234 
2,226 



*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 Coiq}arison of 19^8 and 
195** Censuses in the Introduction. 



I 



NEBRASKA 

Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



27-13 



Standard metropoUtan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total* 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

(11.000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Si.ooo) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rat^ 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



LINCOLN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Coextensi' 



with Lancaster County, Nebr. 



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 _ 



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 

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. Mads., Hardware, Farm Etjnipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Pain I, gla.";?, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

HardtN'are stores ... 



Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 



Total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. 



Other Retail Stores 



Total 

Liquor stores . _. 

Fuel , ice dealers 

Fuel -lealers (coal, wtxjd) 

Liquefied petroleum gas dealcrs. 

Fuel <iil dealers . .. 

Ice dealers 

Hay, grain, feed stores.. . 

Farm, garden supply stores 



l?e 



(NA) 
(N*) 



2'!6 

1U3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

29 

6"t 



■=0 

1« 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9 

8 

1 



■■7 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

27 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
13 



2C2 
127 
125 

2 

21 

5« 



25i'63 

23<?2'< 

68 1 

• • • 

?2 1 

167 

116 

(NA) 

(NA) 

Ibl 

(D) 

9*791 

6ir.-g 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

"1 1 

2iF72 



32|762 

29t575 

P?8 

D21 

2t"^33 



10.416 

1 t 126 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 I'-eS 

(D) 

(01 

4 1 071 

3iT6C 

3iC3a 

(D) 

(Dl 

ID) 

(D) 



7.'="15 
Ut 133 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3. "12 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



22lf87 

17.111 

2.0"8 

2.213 

(D) 

ID) 



in.rso 

2.';52 

&|7?3 
1.013 
1.177 
2.615 



(NA) 
(NA) 



12.78(4 

3.?66 

1 .221 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .370 

"37 



23.873 
22.326 

681 

133 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
• « • 
(D) 
(D) 



9.251 
5.81)2 
(D) 
• • • 
(Dl 
8)7 
2.592 



(0) 

29.575 

(Dl 

«2) 

2.53H 



ID) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
676 
(Dl 
226 

1 .tas 

(D) 

(Dl 

1.071 

3.36rj 

3.03b 

(D) 

IDI 

101 

(D) 

7.371 

4.045 

3.149 

605 

291 

3.326 

1 .929 

505 

892 



20.881 

16.701 

1 .882 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 



13 


.682 




101 


6 


.633 


1 


.013 




101 


2 


.425 


5 


543 




(Dl 




(01 


12 


.274 


3 


.054 


1 


.195 




(D) 




(01 




6)4 




• >• 




ini 




(Dl 



) .469 
1.296 



20 
101 
(D) 



(0) 
(D) 



1 .812 

1 ,346 

(D) 

ID) 
)67 
299 



5.810 

5.295 

19 

15 

4P0 



1 .697 
163 
(01 
101 
(01 
36 
166 
(D) 
(01 
772 
525 
465 
(D) 
10) 
(01 
(D) 



) .223 
7 39 
600 
111 

28 
484 
246 

63 
175 



2.427 

1 .954 

84 

(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 



■ 628 
207 
705 
154 
225 
337 



575 
(D) 

(01 



1,543 
143 
158 
(D) 
(Dl 
108 

15J 
41 



27.819 

24.5 15 

1 .349 



(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 
(D) 



38.50! 

28.830 

(D) 

(Dl 
3.516 
6,155 



107,249 

95.970 

329 

324 

10.526 



37.909 

3.1 76 

(Dl 

1 .948 

(Dl 

561 

3.07O 

(D) 

(Dl 

21 .336 

8.991 

8. 158 

(r>) 

(01 
(01 
(D) 



22 


64P 


20 


993 


13 


257 


12 


277 


10 


454 


9 


.706 


2 


.055 


1 


.866 




748 




703 


9 


.391 


8 


.716 


4 


878 


4 


.81 t 


1 


1 11 


1 


053 


3 


.402 


2 


.848 


38 


648 


38 


1 16 


28 


928 


28 


73j 


1 


799 


1 


67;- 




(D) 




(D) 




(D) 




(Dl 




(D) 




ID) 



29.123 

4.343 
1 1 .965 
3.000 
3.835 
5.98'- 



14.034 
(D) 
(Dl 



29.027 

2.893 

3.214 

(D) 

(01 
1 .90'." 



.429 
468 



24.295 

21.31,: 

1.239 



380 
(Dl 
ID) 



(01 
(D) 



34.814 

26.370 

(D) 

(Dl 
2.981 
5.453 



95.057 

65.256 

155 

215 

8.421 



33.043 

2.845 

ID) 

1 .547 

ID) 

531 

2.802 

(D) 

10) 

18.87U 

7.362 

6.615 

(D) 

101 

(0) 

(D) 



28.316 
4.185 

1 1 .584 
3.00C 
3.582 
5.964 



12.120 
(D) 
ID) 



27.497 

2.520 

3. 094 

(D) 

10) 

1 .866 

3,419 
4)e 



642 
560 



15 
(D) 
(01 

(01 
(D) 



1 .225 
907 
(D) 

101 
125 
193 



2.692 

2.339 

I 1 



722 
50 

IDI 
41 

lai 

10 
60 
(D) 
IDI 
324 
244 
219 
(D) 
101 
IDI 
(D) 



398 

224 

174 

32 

18 

174 

74 



23 



606 
444 
35 
(D) 
(Dl 
101 



1 77 
51 



4J2 
(D) 
101 



(D) 
IDI 
24 



444 
380 



2 
12 
(Dl 
IDI 
• • • 
(Dl 
(D) 



999 
753 
(D) 
• • • 
(0) 
92 
154 



2.103 
1 .885 



481 

40 

(Dl 

24 

(Dl 

7 

45 

(D) 

(Dl 

201 

172 

152 

(D) 

(Dl 

(01 

(D) 



571 

435 

27 

(D) 

(Dl 
IDI 



413 
61 

161 
51 
48 
92 



^54 
(D) 
IDI 



450 
45 
42 
(D) 
(01 
23 



190 

135 



15 

6 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(D) 



274 

)7) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

33 

70 



32 

4 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9 

(D) 

(D) 

2 

1 1 

8 

(D) 

ID) 

(0) 

(D) 



323 


59 


)e6 


38 


146 


(NA) 


27 


(NA) 


13 


(NA) 


137 


21 


72 


(NA) 


19 


(NA) 


46 


(NA) 



(D) 
(01 
(01 



75 
18 
22 



(NA) 
(NA) 



148 

.^4 

9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1 

10 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere clas.sitied. .\X.\ .\ot applicable. 

' (iroup totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of bu&iiiess. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



432272 O -57 -5 



27-14 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Kstablish- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Numlier) 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 



LINCOLN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Con. 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 

Jewelry stores ..- --- 

Bookstores.-.. ... -- 

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 



Total 

Mail order houses — 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. . 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



855 
(D)' 
(Dl 
li030 
(D) 
11 1 
97 
(D) 

■ • • 
1173 
(Dl 

■ • • 
7U5 
(Dl 
7311 
191* 



llSlU 
(Dl 

1 iC'65 
101 



7«2 
(D) 
(Dl 
1 1030 
(Dl 

mi 

77 
(D) 
*• • 

1173 
(Dl 
• • • 
2H5 
(Dl 
73« 
146 



690 
(01 
541 
(D) 



1 13 
(D) 
(01 
162 
(0) 

B4 

9 

(Dl 

• •• 

51 
(01 

56 
(0) 
47 
31 



158 
(01 
137 
(Dl 



1 .939 
(D) 
(01 

31085 
(Dl 

1 .71 1 
262 
(01 

1 1133 
(01 

li209 
(Dl 
896 
591 



3i261 

(Dl 

2i983 

(0) 



1 1939 
(D) 
(D) 

2i790 
(01 

1 .663 
146 
(01 
• • t 

ll02i 
(D) 

1 i203 
(Dl 
e6b 
567 



3.001 
(01 

2.7110 
(D) 



35 
(D) 
(01 

54 
(D) 

33 

10 
(01 



16 

(Dl 

18 

15 



(Dl 

55 

(01 



35 

(D) 
(0) 

47 
(0) 

3C 

4 

(0) 

• • • 
17 

(Dl 

• •• 
15 

(D) 
16 
13 



51 
(Dl 

46 
(01 



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



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 



Ealing, Driokiog 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 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c.- 



Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total-- - -.- 

Fumitvire, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home fumislungB stores, n.e.c., antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores.-- - 



AutomottTe Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonf ranehlsed) 

Tire, battery, accessor}' dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



694 

560 

38 

3 

10 

11 

35 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4 

43 



868 

372 

(NA) 

58 

438 



210 
■=0 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na! 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3 

20 



170 
18 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
82 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



166 

62 

45 

43 

8 

8 



450 
358 

18 
1 
4 
7 

25 

23 
2 
2 

35 



738 
318 
314 



36 

384 



144 

62 

39 

33 

6 



97l?50 

89.358 

2.790 

(D) 

684 

1 .381 

1 .438 

(NA) 

(na) 

(D) 
1 .686 



49.1167 

26.020 

(NA) 

1 .460 
21 .087 



56.971 
44.835 

4.304 
403 

7.429 



33.197 
4.820 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

14. la's 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
U34 
1.130 



26.334 
17.337 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
8.997 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



93.433 

75.966 

8.849 

6.224 

21 1 

2. 183 



90.804 

P3.276 

2.500 

101 

592 

1 .367 

1 .298 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 

1 .624 



46.929 

26.000 

(D) 

101 

1 , 196 

19.733 



56.51 1 

1,4.835 

(D) 

(01 

7.333 



32.637 

4.584 

(D) 

1 .464 

(Dl 

2.557 

6.072 

5.228 

844 

6.344 

14.099 

13.337 

644 

118 

434 

1 .104 



25.614 

17.045 

14.720 

1 .791 

534 

8.569 

2.482 

5.509 

478 



92.845 

75.816 

6.561 

5.036 

101 

(D) 



59.052 



5.888 
5i072 
179 
(01 
19 
132 
296 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 
178 



13.296 

10.545 
(D) 

(01 

185 

2l555 



9.570 

7.813 

(D) 

(0) 

1.265 



4.756 

550 

(D) 

197 

(01 

299 

712 

635 

77 

1 .187 

2.045 

1 .932 

105 

9 

61 

210 



3.358 

2.284 

1.738 

467 

79 

1 .074 

373 

629 

72 



8.860 
7,335 
456 
870 
(D) 
(Ol 



1 13.216 
95.157 

3.693 
(Dl 
485 

2.954 

5.117 
(D) 
(Dl 
10) 

4.527 



250.423 

205.047 

(D) 

(01 

2.954 

52.422 



210.554 

176.704 

(D) 

(Dl 

24.582 



91 .950 

10.042 

(D) 

3.591 
(Dl 

5.470 
13.570 
1 1 .931 

1 .639 
24.158 
38.655 
36.455 

2.002 
198 

1 .281 

4.254 



52.316 
43.227 
32.764 

8.936 

1 .527 
19.0 89 

7.321 
10.410 

1 .358 



151 .191 

125.158 

7.240 

15.466 

(D) 

(D) 



99.798 
83.49d 

3.45', 
(01 
410 

2.725 

5.414 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 

4. GO'S 



248.340 

197.79C 

(D) 

• • • 

(Dl 

2.426 

46.124 



188.32tj 

152.376 

(D) 

(01 

17.2 32 



84.500 

3.780 
(D) 

3.26b 
(Dl 

4.572 
12.466 
1 1 .13i 

1 .334 
22.027 
35.79b 
33.831 

1 .76'» 
19b 

1 .269 

4.16U 



60.193 
41 .424 
31 .096 

8.924 

1 .405 
18.769 

7.276 
10.173 

1 .31c 



149.793 

124.737 

7.027 

14.691 

(0) 

(D) 



2.512 

2.0O2 

59 

lUI 

10 

o5 

171 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

108 



5.444 

4.1u7 

(D) 

(01 

114 

1 .223 



(D) 
(01 
833 



2.078 
209 
(D) 

5'= 
(01 
127 
27» 
23'! 

41- 
513 
904 
92" 

59 

29 



9J3 
641 
486 
124 
31 
322 
109 
188 



2.051- 
1 .63' 



(0) 
(D) 



1 .749 

1 .409 

55 

(0) 

7 

75 

120 

(D) 

(0) 

(01 

75 



4,701 
3.651' 
(D) 
• • • 
10) 
65 
982 



3.398 

2,797 

(D) 

(01 

424 



1 ,617 
131 
(D) 

42 
(01 

78 
231 
205 

26 
39C 
777 
731 

41 
5 

27 

61 



877 
577 
42t* 
123 

26 
300 
105 
173 

21 



1 ,992 
1 ,515 
1 11 
22( 
(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XX.\ Not appUcable. 

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



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents aero. 



NEBRASKA 

Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



• Continued 



27-15 



standard metropolitan area 


Establishments 


Sales 


PayroU, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 


and kind of business 


Total' 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, aU 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 


Total 

(DoUms) 


Full 
workweek 

(DoUaie) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)" 
(Number) 



OMAHA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Con. 



Gasoline Service SadoDS 



Tot»l. 



Lumber. Bldg. Mads., Hardware, Farm Eqnipmeot l>ealers 



Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, buildiBg 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) 

LiqueSed petroleum gas dealers 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers ..- 

Hay, grain, feed stores.** 

Farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Bookstores.. , 

Stationery stores - 

Sporting goods stores _„ 

feicvcle stores 

Florists , 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands „_w« 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photograpliic 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 — 



NoDstore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



166 
(NA) 
(NA) 



tz 

(NA) 

(NA) 

NA) 

(NA) 

?8 

17 

"17 

6 



163 
J2 



152 
137 



«1.?97 
6,?74 

20tl 17 
31=68 
2.'95 
8l9«3 



15l651 
.(NA) 
(NA) 



33.977 

5.500 

5.699 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.168 

1 .319 

3.860 

ID) 

7«6 

931 

(D) 

1 1109 

1.C19 

?56 

126 

1 .967 

101 

?38 

I.OIC 

IDl 

1.164 

l.?33 



7.266 

(Dl 

(D) 

1.605 



40.135 
5,966 

20.0B5 
3.776 
2.295 
8.01 1 



16.283 

15,515 

768 



30.529 

4.382 

5.409 

1 .550 

(D) 

3.045 

(Dl 

4.968 

1 .189 

3.532 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(D) 

IDl 

I .225 

889 

(D) 

68 

1 .841 

(Dl 

238 

930 

(Dl 

1 .164 

1 .221 



5.686 
IDl 
(D) 

1.445 



4,635 
446 

2.147 
624 
501 
917 



1 .897 

1.831 

66 



3.751 
394 
586 
178 
(D) 
243 
(Dl 
202 

93 
537 
(Dl 
189 
(D) 
IDl 
190 
111 

20 

4 

239 

(Dl 

?9 
240 
(Dl 
203 
3C2 



916 
IDl 
(D) 
138 



89.092 
6.257 

41 .37n 

12.731 
9.861 

16.665 



36.639 

35.591 

1 .248 



73.617 
7.060 
12.419 
4.193 

(D) 
4.874 

(Dl 

3.856 

1 .622 

10.154 

(Dl 
3.386 

(D) 

(Dl 
3.598 
2.249 

368 

202 
5.379 

IDl 

576 
4.637 

IDl 
4.018 
6.057 



17.727 

IDl 

(D) 

2.805 



B5.779 
8.129 

40.06^ 

12.664 
9.491 

15.433 



32,061 

30.945 

1.116 



69.186 

6.655 

1 1 .817 

3.662 

(D) 
4.829 

IDl 
3.571, 
1 .53e 
9.689 

IDl 
3.275 

(D) 

IDl 
3.051 
1 .874 

368 

144 
5.251 

(Dl 

576 
4,383 

(Dl 
3,674 
5,605 



17,561 

(Dl 

(D) 

2,753 



1 .341 
137 
597 
168 
137 
302 



935 

888 



.4U7 

146 

223 

96 

(D) 

73 

IDl 

74 

23 

175 

101 

39 

(D) 

101 

87 

78 

10 

7 

81 

IDl 

1 1 

60 

IDl 



298 
IDl 
(D) 
42 



1,206 
128 
546 
165 
122 
247 



668 

632 

36 



1 .193 

126 

195 

70 

(D) 

71 

IDl 

61 

20 

167 

IDl 

36 

(D) 

IDl 

62 

46 

10 

3 

75 

(D) 

11 

52 

(Dl 

62 

123 



290 
(Dl 
(D) 

40 



183 
(NA) 
(NA) 



453 

60 

57 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

34 

13 

47 

IDl 

2 

(D) 

(Dl 

50 

17 

10 

13 

12 

IDl 

1 

16 

(Dl 

20 



182 
IDl 
(D) 
24 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere cla.ssified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) 
' Gioup totab may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



i than $S(X). 



Represents zero. 



Table 103 A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — STANDARD METROPOUTAN AREAS 
Establishments and Sales, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales, 1948 



Total, all 
establiah- 



EsUbliah- 

ments with 

payroll 

(11.000) 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales. 1948 



Total, all 
establish- 



Establish- 

Dients with 

payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



LINCOLN STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



OMAHA STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



Retail trade, tooU 

Food stores - 

Eating, drinkiiig places 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessorira stores -- 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers 

Automotive ^oup 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers.. 

Drug stores, proprietary stores. 

Other retail stores -- 

Nonstore retailers 



1,068 


848 


237 


162 


193 


169 


22 


17 


«. 


39 


A3 


33 


61 


51 


146 


IK 


90 


76 


42 


40 


185 


142 


5 


5 



124,698 

20,265 

7,485 
26,831 
11,110 

4,687 
17,948 

6,651 
12,834 

4,390 

11,833 

664 



120,094 

18,396 

7,244 

26,725 

11,003 

4,398 

17,476 

6,129 

12,594 

(D) 

(D) 

664 



3,419 


2,639 


769 


503 


863 


745 


78 


51 


163 


130 


148 


122 


192 


166 


391 


267 


229 


193 


157 


144 


404 


300 


20 


18 



377,634 

71,401 
34,347 
47, 514 
29,968 
22,645 
72,235 
15,536 
33,842 
13,471 
32,884 
3,791 



361,471 

64,751 
32,559 
47,013 
29,362 
22,202 
71,263 
13,110 
33,069 
13,146 
(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (MA) Not available. ... Represents zero. 

^Data in this table differ from those wtiich appeared in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of 
the adjustments see Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Census in the Intj-oduction. 



27-16 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



DOUGLAS COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores ---.._ 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets..- 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Otlier food stores 

Eating, driokiog places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Refresliment stands 

Drinking places 

Geoeral merchandise group, total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores --- - - 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furuilure, home furaishiogs, appliaoce dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group, total , 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) ^ 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 

Gasoliae service stations- 

Lumber, bldg. mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores - -. 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores - 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores 

NoDstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses. 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations 

Merchandise vending machine operators 



LANCASTER COUNTY (See Li. 
politan Area, Table 103.) 



:oln Standard Metro- 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



557 
a17 



U3 

660 

287 

■«7 

336 

62 



172 

■n 

(NA) 
(NA) 
53 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



1?1 
UO 

ur 

2° 
12 



113 

15 



133 
(NA) 
(NA) 



137 

18 



With 
payroll 



355 

273 

15 

3 

7 

22 

35 

502 
2U9 



31 



30 

53 

30 
23 
37 

103 
UO 
Mi 



109 
13 
33 
26 

37 

121 

1 10 

1 1 

231 

31 

29 

17 

35 

7 

9 

27 

22 

3 



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



107tU93 

7at=99 

711113 

2i«83 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,278 

(D) 

t2.«95 

23t2 = ') 

Of6 

18l27C 

53illtU 

(D) 

5,106 

(D) 

(D) 

29t7n 

Uf 079 

(NA) 

(NA) 

131=214 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

23. If 3 

15.510 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.S113 

79.700 

6t.''U5 

8.111 



21 .r65 

30.110 
?.';C7 

16.219 
5.1'Bl 
6.2P3 

13.892 
(NA) 
(NA) 



29 



08 

1.796 

5.212 

1.770 

(D) 

1.2'^ 5 

1.010 

It 191 

(D) 

200 

126 

1 .967 

(ni 
2,808 
1 .?86 

6.1 15 
101 

3.861 
(D) 



Estabhsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



391 .105 

73.033 

66.201 

2.131 

(D) 

1 , 567 

1 .138 

(D) 

11 .137 

22.861 

832 

17.141 

52.801 

(D) 

2.971 

(") 

28.877 

3.877 

1. ■j55 

5,151 

13.186 

(D) 

585 

(D) 

1 .505 

22.621 

15.312 

12.999 

2.313 

7.309 

79.152 

61.195 

7,923 

1.785 

2.219 

19,230 

29.396 

IDl 

16.187 

5.309 

(D) 

13.518 

12.879 

569 

(D) 

(D) 

1.922 

1.196 

3.156 

1 .223 

916 

1 .083 

(D) 

(D) 

68 

1 .811 

(Dl 

2,728 

(D) 

(D) 

(□) 

2.721 

1 .115 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



1.891 
1.165 
115 
(D) 
132 
255 
(D) 

12.316 

9.862 

139 

2.315 

8.996 
(D) 
362 

('d) 

1.328 

179 

523 

1 .077 

1 .979 

(D) 

92 

(D) 

27C 

2.938 

2.027 

1 .183 

511 

911 

7.711 

6. 381 

129 

101 

1 .639 

3.5fl6 

136 

1 .765 

1 .009 

676 

1 .577 

1 .516 

61 

(D) 
(D) 
176 
227 
4Q4 
212 

93 
168 
(D) 

20 
1 
239 
101 
591 
298 

(D) 
ID) 
668 
13B 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



91.351 

78.222 

2.983 

(D) 
2.95U 
5.29'- 

(D) 

211 .911 

192.197 

2.265 

17.179 

195.168 

(D) 

6.622 

(D) 

83.259 

8.799 

9.93^ 

21 .689 

37.386 

(D) 

1 , 750 

(D) 

5.155 

51.953 
39.013 
28.631 
10.382 
15.91" 

130.827 

107.953 

6.528 

13.059 

3.287 

31.1 11 

69.319 
2.855 
33.693 
19.817 
12.921 

31.272 

30.1 17 

1 .155 

(D) 

(D) 

9.881 

1.339 

9.021 

1.855 

1 .92" 

3.098 

(D) 

368 

202 

5.379 

(D) 

1 1 ,291 

6.057 

(D) 

(D) 

12.761 

2.805 



Full 
workweek 



919.160 

62.819 

68.173 

2.79i 

(D) 

2.725 

1.763 

(D) 

231 .517 

186.211 

1 .881. 

13.553 

171,132 

(D) 

6.255 

Td' 

75.515 

7.755 

8.895 

19.857 

31.580 

(D) 

1 . 529 

(D) 

5.357 

53.1 16 
37.132 
27.153 
10.279 
15.586 

129.550 
107.581 

6.315 
12.551 

3.1C3 

29.287 

67.19b 
2.791 
32.979 
19.632 
1 1 .796 

27.159 

26.129 

1 .030 

(D) 

(D) 

9.193 

3.995 

8.579 

1.501 

1 .681 

2.551 

(D) 

35b 

11". 

5.251 

10) 

10.911 

5.506 

(D) 

(D) 

12.617 

2.753 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



2.070 
1 .571 
51 
(D) 
85 
113 
(D) 

1.9ul 

3.727 

dS 

1.086 

1.181 
(D) 



(D) 

1 .961 
171 
196 
155 
911 
(D) 

52 
(D) 

9' 

833 
557 
111 
15-> 
256 

1 .717 
1 .386 

lu" 

207 
50 

738 



177 
263 
221 

8.7 
763 



(D) 
(0) 

lil 



(D) 

n 



101 
166 
156 

(D) 
(0) 
223 



Full 

workweek 



1 .132 
1 .126 
12 
(D) 
76 
105 
(D) 

1.272 

3.315 

52 

871 

3.183 
(D) 

13r 

• • • 

(D) 

1 .151 
112 
155 
316 
751 
(D) 
35 
(D) 
87 

751 
511 
363 
HP 
25r 

1 .701 

1 .373 

98 

188 

15 

511 

91° 
16 

11? 
251 
179 

575 

511 

31 

(D) 

(D) 

158 

62 

150 

81 

32 

51 

(D) 

10 



(D) 
155 
123 

(D) 
(Dl 
217 



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



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 zero. 



NEBRASKA 



27-17 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



Wth 
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) 



LINCOLN 
Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets. 

Candy, nut, coniectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eatiag, drinking places, total 

Eating places _ 

Drinking places. _ 

General mercbanilise group, total _ _ 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores - 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service sutions 

Lumber, bidg. mails., hardware, £um equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores... 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores - 

Noastore retailers 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores. ._ 



Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands). 

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, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

WoiiKTi's rlothing, specialtj' stores 

Rcy ly-t o-wcar stores 

Milliiicrj' stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

20 



31^ 

ia 

3 

7 
?2 
J5 

5'17 

231 

16 

3^0 



ia3i316 

23t1':2 
21i237 

2?' 
lf^7 

7r I 

ai = ' ^- 

6.?-2 
2»?' 1 

32.=tJ2 

30iOoy 

nt(ji6 

1 »i:3- 



3t"l^ 

3''2 

3^ 1 

7iOa2 
(D) 
(D) 



8i< = 

l2*«-i : 

1 .484 

2 . " ^ a 

(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 1 i6:3 

(D) 

1 t 175 

1 i'''3 

(M 

1 I •=<> '^ 

3ti:-n : 



(D) 



390fUH7 

76i3"l 

69,C12 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



1 


,--s 




(D) 


39 


|OJ6 


21 


ir9i 




f;55 


17 


|790 


53 


>r22 




(D) 




(D) 




(r ) 


6 


»C7't 




;d1 




(D) 




NA) 




'N4) 


I -r 


,52- 




NA) 




:na) 




(NA) 


1 


1*8 3 



137iS'46 

21 ,984 
20,437 
681 
133 
(Dl 
(D) 

6,169 
5,982 
2,187 

(Dl 

(Dl 

2,535 

(01 

101 

1 ,»8e 

u,071 

3,36Q 

3.03» 

322 

371 

(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 

19,927 

7,799 

12,352 

1 ,484 

(D) 

(D) 

5,51*3 
(D) 
(Dl 



1 1 



169 

(D) 

10) 

1 ,0J0 

(D) 

1 , 594 

3,670 

\af: 

(D) 



375,387 

7C,963 

64,238 

(D) 

(D) 

1,367 

1.138 

(D) 

38,582 

21 ,227 

435 

17,020 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(")' 

(D) 
(D) 

it.555 
5,151 
13,48c 

;d) 

585 
(D) 
(D) 



1 ,369 
1 ,196 



2C 
78 

1 ,519 

1,370 
249 

5,805 
5,325 

4P0 

1,597 
163 
166 
772 
526 
465 
61 
70 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



664 

1 ,528 
131 
(D) 
(D) 

375 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,480 
(D) 
(D) 

1=0 

(O 

3^2 

597 

31 

(D) 



5C,531 

4,793 
4 ,066 
fD) 
(D) 
132 
255 
(D) 

11,778 
9,432 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

Id) 

(D) 
(D) 
5'3 

1 ,u77 

1 ,979 

1.0) 

92 

(D) 

(D) 



26,025 

22,721 

1 ,349 



34,49^ 

29,36= 

5,125 

107,160 
96,534 

10,626 

37,909 
3,176 
3,071 

21 ,336 

9,991 

8,15e 

833 

1 ,336 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



13,14? 

27,14f 

2,70" 

(D) 

(D) 

14,034 
(D) 
(Dl 

27,757 

(D) 

(D) 

3,070 

(D) 

4,641 

1 1 ,59' 

591 



(D) 



984,1 1- 

92,265 

76,181 

(0) 

(D) 

2,954 

5,29 

(D) 

232, J3" 

184,4a'- 

1 ,OCC 

46,55" 

(D) 

(D) 
(U) 

(")■ 

(D) 

(D) 

9,93" 

21 ,669 

37,386 

(D) 

1 ,750 

(D) 

(D) 



22,674 

1 9 , 69 1 

1 ,23', 

45 

38u 

1 ,31', 

31 ,35si 

26,59o 

4,761 

95,C17 

(!6,596 

8,421 

33,C43 
2,845 
2,60i 

18,87t 

7,362 

6,615 

747 

1 ,154 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



10,499 

25,442 

2,532 

(D) 

(D) 

12,121; 
(D) 
(D) 

26,285 

(D) 

(D) 

3,020 

(D) 

4,524 

10,856 

567 



(D) 



913,455 

ai ,199 

66,501 

(D) 

(D) 

2,725 

4,753 

(D) 

222, 51U 

178,890 

802 

42,818 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

8,89d 

19,857 

34,58^ 

(D) 

1 ,529 

(D) 

(D) 



591 
509 



1 ,1 l' 

956 
161 

2,6a4 

2,355 

329 

722 

51 

324 

244 

219 

2" 

34 

(c) 

(D) 
CD) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(J) 

439 
(D) 
(D) 
if 
.(D) 



(D) 



19,023 

2,021 
1 ,623 

U') 

(D) 

8 = 

143 

(D) 

4,613 

3,501 

54 

1 ,051? 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

W) 

(D) 
(D) 
196 
455 
(D) 
(D) 
52 
(D) 
(D) 



407 

343 

21 

2 

12 

29 

918 
779 
13° 

2, 101 

1 ,893 

208 

481 

41 

45 

201 

172 

152 

20 

23 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



15,585 

1 ,397 
1 ,092 
(D) 
(D) 
75 
105 
(D) 

4,031 

3,142 

29 

850 

(D) 
(0) 
(D) 

• •• 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
155 
346 
(D) 
(D) 
35 
(D) 
(D) 



162 

113 

5 

15 



232 

182 

50 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



3R1 


53 


37 


6 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


254 


(D) 


fn) 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


«2f 


135 


(D) 


(D) 


(Dl 


(D) 


41 


14 


fD) 


(D) 


81 


7 



(D) 



561 
438 
(D) 
■(D) 
5 
40 
(D) 



313 
33 

348 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

36 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.ec. Not elsewhere (-Ifsified XX^^ N"' applicable. 

'Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified l,y dctiiiled Uind of business. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



27-18 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
( Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

estabUsb- 

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) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



OMAHA — Con. 

Furaiture, home furoishiags, appliaoce dealers, total 

Furniture, home fumi;,hings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers -- 

Other automotive dealers 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores 

Drug stores, proprietaiy stores, ttftal 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists __ _ 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Musicstores 

Camera, photograpiiic supply stores 

Other retail storeji (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores 

Nonstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 

Merchandise vending machine operators 



(NA) 

(NA) 
50 

1 13 
"!5 
39 
27 

1 1 



?9 
30 

155 
(NA) 
(NA) 

365 
57 
«5 
2? 
36 
11 
15 
35 



92 
6 
25 
^5 
35 

1 1« 

lot 

10 

239 

31 



22.838 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

77.192 

62.196 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

19.996 

25.0«3 
1 .167 

13.?60 
5.'-81 
5.135 

13.a89 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(D) 

4.796 

5.116 

3.601 

3,'*32 

1 .255 

1.0)0 

1 .191 

(D) 

200 

(D) 

1 .°67 

(Dl 

(D) 

1.2S6 

5.978 

ID) 

3,727 

(Di 



22.37U 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

76.660 
62,046 

(D) 
4.765 

(D) 

17.27H 

24.215 

ID) 

13.228 

5.309 

(D) 

13.145 
(D) 
(D) 

25,728 
(D) 

4.922 

3.553 
(U) 

1 .223 
946 

1 .083 

(E) 

ID) 

68 

1 .841 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(01 

(D) 

I .445 



2.899 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

7.4°0 

6.169 

(D) 

707 

(D) 

1.499 

3.1 "9 

(D) 

1 .502 

1.009 

(D) 

1 .535 
(D) 
(0) 

3.310 

(D) 
476 
176 
(D) 
242 

93 
168 
(D) 

?0 
4 
239 
ID) 
(D) 
298 

(D) 
(Dl 
(0) 
138 



54.130 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

126.235 
103.776 

(D) 
13.059 

(D) 

31 .217 

58.985 

(D) 

27.100 

19.847 

(D) 

30.455 
(D) 
(D) 

54.821 
(D) 
9.881 
3.344 
(D) 
4.855 
1 .924 
3.098 

(r) 

35S 

202 

5.379 

(D) 

(D) 

5. |57 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2.80 = 



52.401 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

125.058 

103.404 

(D) 

12.651 

(D) 

26.665 

57.433 

(D) 

26.512 

19.632 

(D) 

25.404 
(D) 
(D) 

60.729 

(D) 

9.493 

3.000 

(D) 

4.501 

1 .684 

2.561 

(D) 

368 

144 

5.251 

ID) 

(D) 

5.608 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 

2.753 



818 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

1 .693 

1.338 

(D) 

2o7 

(D) 

678 

858 
(D) 
387 
253 
(D) 

781 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .258 

(D) 

181 

63 

(D) 
94 
43 
76 

(D) 
10 



ID) 
(D) 

156 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 

42 



750 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .65r 

1 .325 
(D) 
188 
(D) 

470 

784 
(D) 
356 
251 
(D) 

555 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .059 

(D) 

15f 

49 

(D) 

81 

32 

51 

(D) 

ir 

3 

75 

ID) 

(D) 

]23 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 

40 



116 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 



(D) 



(0) 
13 
21 

(D) 

141 
(NA) 
(NA) 

""58 

(D) 

44 

20 

(D) 



41 

(D) 

6 

11 

12 
ID) 
(D) 

22 

(E) 
ID) 

(D) 



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



(Z) Less than $5(X). 



Represents aero. 



NEVADA 



NEVADA 

(17 COUNTIES) 



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EUREKA 1 



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V- 

I 

I 

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I 

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LEGEND 

• PLACES OF 25,000 TO 100,000 

* PLACES OF 100,000 AND OVER 
STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



- NONE 



CONTENTS 



Table 



Page 



101 . Retail Trade : 1954 - The State 28-A- 

lOlA. Retail Trade : 1954 and 1948 - The State 28-5 

102. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants 

or More 28-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants 

or More 28-7 

103. Retail Trade: 1954 — Standard Metropolitan Areas (None in the 

State ) 

103A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas (None in the 
State ) 

104. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties With 500 Establishments or More 28-8 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More 28-10 

28-3 



28-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by^ Kind of Business 





Establishments 


,SlllP8 


Payroll, 
entile 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


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


Kind of business 


Total' 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number! 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(DoUare) 


FuU 
workweek 

(DoUani) 


Total 

(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 




2i717 

307 

236 

32 

2 

2 

10 

17 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2 

6 

795 
314 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
49 
432 

110 

5 

58 

17 

36 

200 

43 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

62 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

12 

12 

119 
61 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
56 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

156 

81 

31 

26 

9 

9 

349 

117 

17 

44 

9 

8 

39 

95 
(NA) 
(NA) 

391 

51 

44 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

13 

4 


1l947 

205 

164 

18 

2 

• •• 

2 
13 
13 

• • • 

2 
4 

585 
270 
269 

1 

43 

272 

72 
5 
32 
13 
22 

160 
31 

1 

13 

1 

16 

26 

19 

7 

19 

72 

61 

2 

9 

6 

6 

37 
47 
29 
4 
14 
40 
10 
19 
1 1 

142 

81 

25 

24 

7 

5 

■ •• 

265 

85 
15 
26 
5 
4 
35 

87 
80 

7 

243 
35 
30 

6 
15 

8 

1 
13 

2 


3301067 

651017 

601568 

3l84l 

(01 

(01 

202 

920 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(Dl 

295 

391872 

22i024 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11475 

16i373 

30i100 

14i241 
6l761 
4i324 
41368 

20i613 
3i363 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
8,710 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
506 
400 

14,440 
7,981 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
6,453 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

57l907 

43i624 

81IO6 

31467 

509 

2,201 

331458 

20i519 

2166O 

121480 

512 

665 

4i202 

171029 
(NA) 
(NA) 

261596 

41209 

5l784 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2l941 

464 


313i695 

62,837 

58,080 

3,463 

(0) 

(01 
774 
774 

• • • 

(01 
(01 

36,760 

21 ,386 

(D) 

• • • 
(01 

1,417 
13i957 

28i996 
14,241 
6,271 
4,222 
4,262 

19,757 

3,043 

(01 

1 ,264 

(01 

(D) 

3,434 

2i307 

1 l127 

4iO04 

8,542 

7,377 

(01 

(D) 

414 

320 

13,652 
7,671 
5i942 
527 
1 i202 
5i981 
1 1O44 
3 1 898 
1 1O39 

57i335 

43,584 

7,958 

(01 

(01 

1 l875 

• • • 

31i256 

19i209 

(01 

1 1 16OO 

434 

(D) 

4i146 

16,885 

16,340 

545 

24i308 
3i765 
5,596 

(D) 
1 i734 
2l917 

(01 
2,941 

(01 


39,185 

4i829 

4i333 

232 

(01 

(01 
208 
208 

(01 
21 

9i386 

61I25 

(D) 

(01 

235 

3i026 

3i802 

2i067 

633 

458 
644 

2,451 
382 
(01 
191 
(01 
(D) 
362 
256 
106 
582 

1,056 

936 

ID) 

(D) 

43 

26 

1 1951 
1l245 
883 
72 
290 
706 
126 
435 
145 

6ll43 

5l132 

463 

415 

60 

73 

3 1400 

2i205 
290 

1ll63 

47 

142 

563 

2i031 

1 i980 

51 

2i675 
31 1 
553 
(D) 
254 
234 
(01 
177 
(Dl 


7841519 

96,014 

85,122 

5,159 

(01 

• • • 
(01 

4,574 
4,574 

(01 
354 

1951435 

126i30S 

(D) 

(01 

4i867 

641263 

8O1O94 
481401 
12i705 
6i741 
)2i247 

47,967 

6,838 

(0) 

3,422 

(0) 

(D) 

7,078 

5,126 

1 1952 

121042 

20,774 

18i520 

(01 

(D) 

809 

426 

39,561 

25,025 

18,792 

1 ,520 

41713 

14i536 

2i329 

9,573 

2,634 

1 13,379 
93,263 
9,469 
81OI8 
1 1278 
1 1351 

• • • 

681 967 

41 i380 
5l971 

21 1I 18 

792 

2l91 1 

10i588 

391402 

38i239 

1 1163 

56 1 143 

7i438 

12l441 

(D) 

5i145 

51655 

(01 

3i913 

(01 


7351968 

881548 

781)87 

51066 

(0) 

(0) 
41374 
4l374 

(0) 
264 

1801998 

1 18,691 

(D) 

(0) 

4,055 

58,252 

721001 
45 1 169 
1 1 i070 
5l224 
10i538 

45l834 

61260 

(01 

3l1 16 

(0) 

(D) 

6i778 

4i94e 

1 1630 
1 1 l698 
20,007 
171860 

(0) 
(D) 
759 
332 

371850 
23i661 
181136 
890 
4i635 
141189 

2 1329 
91244 
216I6 

1 101865 
91i719 
8i958 
7i588 
1 1249 
1i351 

641191 

40i490 
51835 

20i715 

792 

21884 

10l264 

361032 

35 1 149 
883 

53i210 

7i026 

111817 

(D) 

5i023 

5 1294 

(0) 

3i712 

(0) 


12i374 

1 1367 

1 l212 

61 

(01 

(01 
68 
68 

• • • 

(01 

7 

3i538 
2i327 

(D) 

• ■ • 
(01 
121 

1l090 

1 ,421 
703, 
258 
120 
340 

846 

103 

(01 

52 

(Dl 

(D) 

99 

77 

22 

195 

421 

360 

(0) 

(D) 

20 

a 

505 
300 
218 

22 

60 
205 

39 
128 

38 

1,356 

1l079 

134 

1 14 

15 

16 

1l159 

539 
75 

261 
10 
36 

157 

706 

674 

32 

854 

106 

190 

(D) 

76 

69 

(Dl 

56 

(01 


101451 

1 1083 

949 

56 

(01 

• •• 
(0) 

61 
61 

• •• 
(0) 

5 

21995 

1 1998 

(D) 

• • • 
(0) 

85 
912 

1 1080 

579 

195 

74 

232 

742 

79 

(01 

37 

(0) 

(D) 

88 

70 

18 

179 

375 

319 

(01 

(D) 

16 

5 

460 
267 
196 

13 

58 
193 

39 
1 17 

37 

1 1288 

1 1037 

1 19 

101 

15 

16 

949 

494 
67 

241 
10 
35 

141 

543 

520 

23 

742 
93 
169 

(c) 

72 
76 

(01 
51 

(0) 


3i081 


Food Stores 
Total 


377 




290 




37 




(0) 




(D) 




(0) 




25 




(NA) 




(NA) 




(D) 




8 


Eating, DriokiDg PUces 
Total 


1l017 




421 




(na: 




(na: 




(na; 




58 




538 


General Merchaoflise Group 


99 








65 




17 




13 


Total 


186 




34 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




67 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




19 




14 


Total 


126 




70 




(na; 




(na; 




(na; 




54 




(na; 




(na; 


Radio TV stores 


(na; 


AutomotiTe Group 
Total 


169 




85 




38 




2B 




a 




IC 






Gasolioe Service Stations 
Total 


385 


Toul -- 


103 




15 




J-J 




8 




1C 




3. 


Drug Stores, Proprietary Stores 


93 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Other Retail Stores 
Total 


43t 




62 




47 








(NA 




(NA 




(NA 




K 




(0 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.ac. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 

' Croup totals nay Include data for estatllshiKnta without payroll which could not be claBslfled by detailed kil»l of business. 



NEVADA 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



28-5 



Kind of business 



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 dealere 

Retail stores (except second-hand) n.ex 

Second-hand stores 

Noastore Retailers 

Total _ 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. . . . 
Merchandise vending machine operators . . 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



Standard Notes: 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 
(»1,000) 



3.007 
101 
2U6 

1(608 
<D) 
787 

1 t3U0 
2tCl 1 

J8 2 
290 
321 
281 
36 3 
1 1172 



2.3C3 

1 •213 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



2.827 
101 
2K6 
(0) 
ID) 
653 
366 

1 >146 

1 .76S 
37b 
38i 
134 
324 
ID) 
353 

1 1022 



(D) 
ID) 



( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



Payroll, 
entile 
year 



475 

ID) 

48 

112 

ID) 

79 

45 

108 

227 

43 

84 

34 

47 

(01 



(D) 
ID) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



9.567 

10) 

1 .551 

2.152 

(Dl 

1 .549 

822 

1 .929 

4.654 

759 

1 .614 

563 

862 

10) 

1 .251) 

2.463 



(D) 
ID) 



(NAl Not available. n.e.c Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable 

' Group totals may Include data for establlshmentB vlthout payroll vhlch could not l>e classified by detailed kind of business. 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



9.261 

lUI 

1 .485 

2.055 

10) 

1 .414 

749 

1.721 

4.223 

725 

1 .556 

512 

849 

ID) 

1 .230 

2.404 



(D) 
ID) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



127 

IDI 
21 
37 

10) 
28 
17 
35 
92 
12 
24 
9 
I 1 

ID) 
19 
33 



CD) 

IJ) 



Full 
workweek 



1 15 

101 
20 
32 

(0) 
23 
12 
25 
72 
10 
22 
7 
10 

10) 
18 
30 



(D) 
(0) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



45 

IDI 

4 

26 
ID) 

31 

1 1 



(0) 

8 

31 



CD) 
(0) 



(Z) Less than $5(X). 



. . Represents zero. 



Table 101 A. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores --- 

Other food stores 

Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places 

Drinking places 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home fumisbiogs, appliance dealers 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations - 

Ltmiber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, 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. 

Ijquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores — 

Other retail stores 

Noostore retailers 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



2,717 

307 

236 
71 

795 
363 
432 



200 
43 
155 

119 

156 

349 

117 

17 

100 

95 
(NA) 
(HA) 



17 

51 

1S8 

78 



With 
payroll 

(Numlier) 



1,947 

205 
164 
41 

585 
313 
272 



160 
31 
129 

87 

142 

265 

85 
15 

70 

87 
80 
7 

243 
35 
30 
15 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 
(SI.OOO) 



66,017 

60,588 

5,429 

39,872 
23,499 
16,373 



20,613 

3,363 

17,232 

14,440 

57,907 

33,458 

20,519 
2,660 
17,859 

17,029 
(NA) 
(NA) 

26, 596 
4,209 
5,784 
3,405 
3,007 
9,723 

3,516 



Establish. 

nients with 
payroll 
(Sl,00O) 



313,695 

62,837 
58,080 
4,757 

36,760 
22,803 
13,957 



19,757 
3,043 
16,714 

13,652 

57, 335 

31,256 

19,209 
(D) 
(D) 

16,885 

16,340 

545 

24,308 
3,765 
5,596 

(D) 
2,827 

(D) 

2,700 



EstabUshments 



Total 
(Number) 



321 
273 
48 

700 
285 
415 



L48 
19 
129 

89 

153 

336 

91 
14 
77 

34 
74 
10 

295 
40 
32 
11 

40 

172 



With 
payroll 



202 
174 
28 

505 
241 
264 



103 
13 
90 



126 
206 



11 
63 

78 

72 

6 

209 

27 

28 

9 

25 

120 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(S1,000I 



199,800 

39,128 

37,248 

1,880 

26,766 
13,588 
13,178 

22,140 

U.,017 
1,286 
9,731 



36,100 

14,211 

13,292 
1,504 
11,788 

10,008 

9,666 

342 

18,205 
2,048 
5,655 
1,656 
2,032 
6,814 

264 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(il.OOO) 



35,949 

34,368 

1,581 

24,578 
13,127 
11,451 



9,981 
1,131 
8,850 

8,495 

34,707 

11, 926 

12,785 
1,404 
11,381 

9,907 

9,638 

269 

(D) 

1,633 
5,590 
(D) 
1,795 
6,016 



CD) 



Standanl Notes: (D) Uittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ... Represents zero. 

'Data in tills table differ from those ulilch appeirel in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a 
Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Censuses in the Introduction. ,,.,.,„ 

>Group totalB may Include data for eetabllehDents without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of 



description of the adjufltments see 
buBiness. 



28-6 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



County and city 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishtnents, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Food stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numtwr) 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Eating, drinking 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 
(il.OOO) 



Nevada, total. 



Churchill County. 



Clark County 

Las Vegas 

North Las Vegas 

Remainder of County. 



Douglas County. 



Elko County 

Elko 

Remainder of County. 



Esmeralda County. 
Eureka County.... 



Humboldt County 

Winnemucca 

Remainder of County. 



Lander County. . 
Lincoln County. 
Lyon County. . . . 
Mineral County. 
Nye County 



Ormsby County 

Carson City 

Remainder of County, 



Pershing County. 
Storey County. . . 



Washoe County 

Reno 

Sparks 

Remainder of County. 



White Pine County 

Ely 

Remainder of County. 



558 

59 

?25 

52 

?)7 



127 
90 

15 

22 

103 



83 
5 

65 

31 

75U 



589 
91 
74 



64 
630 



9 1 600 
125i446 



1 1129 
15t320 



356 
4i736 



265 

Urioa 



103 
932 



H931 
^9.537 



440 

37 

153 

34 

147 



107t016 
61214 
16t494 

3i343 

20t325 



104 1 704 

5t658 

15iOH4 

3 1 057 

18.761 



13,757 
6,568 

172 

614 

9 1 346 



12,927 
5,824 

(D) 

480 

8.702 



12.733 

773 

1 .814 

406 

2.077 



3.747 
276 
713 

122 

655 



3.289 
225 
594 

108 

542 



604 

64 

264 

61 

247 



24.129 
1 .573 
3.835 



1,342 
735 

(D) 

28 

924 



410 

245 

(ni 

14 

325 



343 
199 

(0) 

11 

272 



144 
103 

(D) 

24 

104 



2.841 
1 .241 



(0) 
2.385 



B.054 
1 .2^2 

2.151 

3.40P 

5.187 

6.279 

3.761 

6.100 



479 
67 
40 



6l0C7 
93 

5.457 

743 

109.182 



7.660 
1.022 

1.639 

2.7=.8 

4.757 

5.623 

3. 285 



820 
1 uu 

143 

283 

390 

641 
337 



280 
45 



158 
241 
128 
(D) 



99.81 1 
6.934 
2.437 



5.611 

(d) 

4,903 

497 

105.368 



653 
(D) 



211 
(D) 



235 

37 

45 
101 
130 
192 
108 
(D) 



> 83 
24 

53 

61 
101 
105 

89 
(D) 



1 .752 
633 

(01 

304 

1 .732 

1 .267 

931 

1 .332 



177 
(D) 



90 
(D) 



1 .332 
t • • 



97,037 
6.436 
1.895 



13.536 
933 
254 



4,127 
313 
107 



3,447 
252 



655 
104 



15.045 

2.304 

368 



1 1 ,434 
2.551 



10.800 
2.327 



1 .253 
292 



407 
1 1 1 



348 
93 



2.668 

304 



121 
30 
72 



7.950 
1 .593 
3.366 



1 .063 
1 .392 



149 
847 



690 
157 

309 

582 

893 

855 

514 

954 



910 
44 



12.322 
1 .152 
1 .135 



1 .251 
422 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) L«ss than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEVADA 



28-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
K;nd-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



Kind-of -business 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 

stoics 


Other retail stores 


Nonstor« retailers 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

(»1.000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sal« 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

Ush- 

ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Salffi 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


^ 


no 


30»(00 


2or 


2Cl613 


1 19 


14i44n 


156 


57.907 


349 


53,458 


117 


20.519 


95 


17.029 


391 


26,596 


78 


3.516 


1 


q 


(D) 


5 


(c) 


3 


ID) 


9 


1 . 920 


10 


651 


6 


835 


2 


(D) 


11 


491 


... 


... 


2 


2" 


10l05f 


80 


li;.194 


Its 


6.504 


49 


23.015 


100 


12.854 


26 


7.620 


26 


4.962 


147 


10.403 


40 


1.668 


3 


- lU 

• • • 
10 


• • • 

367 


=9 
1 


9iH2 

(Q) 

(D) 


12 
3 


5.16S 
... 
339 


38 

1 

10 


2n.B76 
(D) 
(D) 


51i 
10 
36 


8.128 
1 .247 
3.479 


19 

2 
5 


6.957 
10) 
(D) 


2(^ 
1 
5 


3.893 
(D) 
(D) 


5 
29 


8.635 

537 

1.235 


26 

4 
10 


52 
136 


4 
5 
6 


7 


61f 


1 


ID) 


1 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


4 


21 1 


2 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


1 1 


474 


• • • 


... 


7 


7 


736 


16 


e90 


4 


551 


12 


3.374 


39 


4.373 


17 


2.051 


6 


698 


20 


(D) 


3 


(Dl 


8 


7 


(d) 

(0) 


13 

3 


H«5 


4 


551 

... 


8 
4 


2.S74 
500 


15 

24 


1,671 
2,702 


12 
5 


1 .774 
277 


4 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


18 

2 


774 
(D) 


1 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


9 
10 


• • • 




• • • 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


5 


(D) 


... 


... 


... 


... 


2 


(0) 


... 


... 


1 1 


1 


(D) 


• • • 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


4 


177 


1 


(D) 


1 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


• • • 


... 


12 


2 


(C) 


e 


262 


2 


(0) 


8 


1.714 


23 


1.857 


7 


919 


2 


(0) 


6 


250 


2 


(0) 


13 


n 


(D 


6 


262 


2 


(Dl 


8 


1.714 


14 


1.355 


7 


919 


2 


(D) 


6 


250 


2 


(Dl 


14 


... 


• .. 


• • • 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


9 


502 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


15 


° 


5^•- 


• •• 


... 


... 


... 


3 


303 


1 1 


552 


... 


... 


3 


126 


2 


ID) 


... 


... 


16 


Q 


79t 


• • • 


... 


2 


ID) 


3 


(0) 


10 


562 


T 


59 


2 


(D) 


8 


9-1 


... 


• •• 


17 


1 


(0) 


e 


212 


1 


(Dl 


5 


723 


10 


476 


7 
/ 


383 


2 


(0) 


11 


409 


• ■• 


... 


18 


5 


7 77 


3 


17j 


2 


101 


6 


766 


10 


995 


4 


(D) 


2 


(0) 


12 


503 


3 


153 


19 


1 


(ni 


3 


1-5 


... 


... 


4 


1 .253 


6 


545 


2 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


a 


IPn 


2 


(D) 


20 


? 


to 


6 


3:9 


5 


239 


4 


961 


10 


748 


4 


391 


2 


(Dl 


15 


616 


2 


(0) 


21 


T 


ID) 


6 


309 


5 


239 


4 


961 


S 


(d) 


4 


391 


2 


(01 


15 


616 




(D) 


22 


• • • 


• • • 


• •• 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


J 


(D) 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 








? 


(D) 


1 


(D) 


... 


... 


'4 


• uu 


ie 


B13 


6 


795 


1 


(Dl 


10 


628 


• •• 


... 


24 


• •• 


• • • 


• • • 


... 


1 


(Dl 


... 


... 


2 


(0) 


... 


... 


1 


(D) 


3 


3) 


• • • 


... 


25 


22 


1 . 91 1 


66 


7.809 


45 


5.973 


42 


2n.246 


75 


7.6R1 


27 


5.594 


37 


8.448 


104 


8.931 


2^ 


1.23i| 26 


17 

1 
'4 


10l576 
(D) 
(D) 


=9 

5 


7|UC6 

(D) 
(D) 


38 
5 
2 


5.335 

(d) 

(Dl 


33 

3 
1 


20.097 
(D) 
(0) 


59 

n 

5 


6.672 
796 
213 


21 

1 

5 


(D) 
(D) 
131 


32 

4 
1 


7.851 
(D) 
(D) 


81 

18 

5 


7.982 
788 
161 


22 
• • • 


(D) 
(D) 


27 
28 
29 


1 1 


1 1'577 


7 


S58 


8 


433 


5 


1.622 


12 


885 


5 


1 .224 


4 


555 


19 


(D) 


••• 


(0) 


30 


7 


1 tOia 
5i9 


7 
• •• 


258 
• • . 


8 


43^ 


4 
1 


CD) 
(0) 


10 


(d) 

(D) 


3 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


3 
1 


(d) 

(D) 


16 

3 


2,622 
10) 


• •• 

• •• 


(Dl 


31 
32 



Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948'— COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Nevada, total. 

Churchill County.. 



Claris County 

Las Vegas 

Remainder of County. , 



Douglas Comity. 



EUto County 

Elko 

Remainder of County. 



Esmeralda County- 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



593 
371 
222 



195 

lOi 



Sales, 1948 
($1,(X)0) 



199,800 

8,035 

55,823 
"45,352 

10,i71 

2,231 

U,219 
10,183 
4,036 



(bounty and city 



Eureka County. 



Humboldt County 

Winnemucca 

Remainder of County. 



Lander County.. 
Lincoln County. 
Lyon County. . . . 
Mineral County. 
Nye County 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1.(X)0) 



820 

6,427 

5,792 

635 

1,585 

2,564 

3,069 

3,301 

3.192 



County and city 



Ormsby County. 
Carson City. 



Pershing County 

Storey County 

Washoe County 

Remo 

Remainder of County. 



White Pine County. 



Ely 

Remainder of County. 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



651 

495 



Sales, 1948 
($1,000) 



4,585 
4,452 



3,341 

503 

79,048 

71,588 

2,332 



7,377 
3,356 



^rTtLT^Ible '^lffrT^'^o.7:^cTi^Zl\. tr^ubli=:Uoi:of-the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjust^uts see 
195** Censuses In the Introduction. 



Con^jarlson of 19^8 and 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954— STAJJDARD MErTROPOLITAN AREAS {none in the state) 
Table 103A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948— Standard MEIROPOLITAN AREAS (none in the state) 



28-8 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
{Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

(11,000) 



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) 



Full 
workweek 



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



CLARK COUNTY 
Retail trade, total.. 

Food stores, total 

GiO(»ry stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets — 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eaung, drinkiog places, total 

Eating places . 

Drinking places 

General mercbaodise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores — 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores — -- 

Other apparel stores 

Furoilure, home furaisbiogs, appliance dealers, total .... 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 

Automorive group 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bidg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) ... - 

Second-hand stores 

NODStore retailers 

WASHOE COUNTY 

Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places.- 

Drinking places 

General merchandise group, total. 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores _. 

Furniture, home fiimishings, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bIdg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



82 

56 

8 

• •• 

6 

12 

223 

13« 
89 



80 
16 

m 

5 

3tl 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1 



100 
26 



26 

(NA) 
(NA) 

117 

28 

5 



i22 

112 
110 

22 

17 
5 

66 

15 

(NA) 

(NA) 

25 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9 

"t5 



17S 
112 

63 



32 

13 

• • • 

12 

6 

24 

23 

1 

101 

21 

3 

14 

12 

2 



1?2 

100 

82 



29t537 

27.567 

1 ll70 

"36 
76i» 

12l90" 
8iUe6 
ltl'»23 

lOiOSa 
8,266 

1,750 

lot 194 
1»593 
1.881 
2,259 
tt017 
(NA) 
(NA) 

6.504 
3t916 
2i5t)B 

23.015 

12.854 

7.f20 

6,803 
817 

1.962 
(NA) 
(NA) 

10.403 

3.207 

(Dl 

1 .098 

1.002 

(D) 

3,393 

940 

1 .668 



17.718 
15.631 

1.706 

('d') 

(D) 

14.609 
8.963 
5.646 

10.941 
9.337 
1.604 

7.809 
1 .369 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(D)| 
(NA) 
(NA) 
422 

5.973 
3.135 
2.838 

20.246 

7.681 

5.594 

032 

4, 142 

1 .020 



28.817 

27.201 

994 



12.103 
8.236 
3.867 

9.902 
(D) 
(0) 

10.050 

1.593 

1,871 

2.259 

ID) 

3,649 

(D) 

(D) 

6.110 
3.856 
2.254 

22.927 

12.378 



(D) 
(D) 

(0) 

4,756 
(D) 

9.6J9 
2.995 

(Dl 
I .098 

952 

(Dl 
3.157 

840 

(01 



16.916 

15.013 

1 .570 

• • • 

(Dl 

(D) 

14.063 
8.793 
5.270 

1 1 82 1 
9.217 
1 .604 

7.443 

(Dl 

944 

1,029 

3,787 

2,968 

919 

(01 

5.743 
2.967 
2.776 

19.814 

7.533 

5.022 

432 

3.570 

1 .020 



2.438 

2.217 

58 



2.986 

2.111 

875 

1 .257 
990 
267 

1 .277 
193 
175 
366 
(D) 
470 
(E) 
(D) 

955 
618 
337 

2.401 

1 .449 



667 
77 

(D) 
607 
(D) 

1 .140 
257 
(01 
82 
158 
(Dl 
462 
106 

(Dl 



1.363 

1 .196 

114 

(Dl 
(D) 

3.757 
2.680 
1.077 

1 .638 

1.385 

253 

973 
(0) 
115 
161 
483 
403 
80 
36 

804 
529 
275 

2.342 

919 

683 

60 

427 

196 



46.510 

42.049 

1 .149 



63.967 
44.839 
19.128 

26.307 

21 .017 

5.290 

24.559 

3.619 

3.520 

7.170 

(D) 

8.824 

(D) 

(D) 

21 .471 
1 4 . 1 50 
7.321 

44.361 

31 .236 



13.309 
1 .473 

(D) 

10.801 

(01 

23.700 
5.731 
(Dl 
1 .691 
3.262 
(D) 
9.704 
2.038 

(Dl 



28.352 

24.214 

2.635 

• • • 

(Dl 

(D) 

77.557 
54.120 
23.437 

38.531 

33.81 1 

4.720 

18.974 
(D) 
2.082 
3.549 
9.593 
8.168 
1 .425 
6 36 

14.536 
9.195 
5.341 

42.469 

19.171 

12.472 
1 .250 
7.179 
4.043 



42.923 

38.652 

1.134 



60.060 
42.732 
17.326 

23.949 
19.583 
4.360 

23.327 

3.207 

3.379 

7.025 

(D) 

8.344 

(D) 

(D) 

20.456 
13.145 
7.311 

43.633 

29.555 



• • • 

13.165 
1 .473 

(0) 

10.279 

(01 

22.693 
5.676 

(01 
1 .607 
3.239 

(Dl 
9.218 
1 .979 

(01 



26.071 

22.18a 

2.536 

• • • 

(Dl 

(0) 

71.183 
49.735 
21.448 

35.158 

30.899 

4.259 

IB. 473 
(D) 
2.082 
3.483 
9.4I0 
8.072 
1.346 
514 

13.934 
0.900 
5.034 

4 1 . 1 93 

17.714 

12.14i 
1 .225 
7.090 
3.828 



568 

512 

I 3 



1 .203 
890 
313 

495 
346 
149 



50 
46 
125 
(D) 

1 66 
(D) 
(0) 

2 70 
169 
101 



504 

180 

158 
22 

(D) 

178 
(D) 



(Dl 

25 

42 

(Dl 

164 



433 
3 73 



(Dl 
(D) 

1 .325 
952 
373 

617 
490 
127 

347 
(D) 



206 
159 



1 74 

102 

72 



478 
328 



155 
14 



461 

41 1 

12 



1 .056 
796 

260 

388 
296 



353 

36 
40 
1 17 
(D) 
136 
(D) 
(D) 

246 
146 
100 



333 

281 



(01 
(D) 

1 .095 
779 
316 

476 
379 



319 
(B) 
29 

43 
197 
152 

45 

10 

158 
95 
63 



142 
13 
86 
43 



279 
172 

107 



73 

10 

18 

5 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

45 
27 
18 



173 


25 


• •• 


• • • 


151 


15 


22 


10 


(D) 


(D) 


154 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


323 


159 


73 


36 


(Dl 


(Dl 


24 


3 


39 


12 


(Dl 


(Dl 


145 


69 


24 


12 



1 16 
87 



(D) 
(D) 

292 
146 
146 

12 

1 1 

1 

55 

(0) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(na) 

(NA) 
12 

51 



20 
3 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may Include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



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Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE^-Continued 
Esublishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County 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 
(porkweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)^ 

(Number) 



WASHOE COUNTY--Con. 



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 

Book, stationery stores , 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand storea 

Noostore retailers 



(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

a<93i 
\ lu 

1.973 

1.163 

1 .612 

268 

(D) 

(D) 

1.232 



8.412 
8.412 



8.535 
lit 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 .54U 
288 

3.305 
(Dl 

1 .066 



1.014 
1 .014 



988 
8 
208 
(D) 
282 
51 
352 
(D) 

242 



I9i955 
19.955 



19*448 

371 

4.006 

(D) 

5.591 

1 .431 

6.518 

(D) 

4.490 



17.903 
17.903 



18.612 

355 

3.970 

(D) 

5.396 

1 .425 

5.972 

(D) 

4.367 



362 
362 



(D) 

71 

19 

108 

(D) 



254 
254 



(D) 
65 

19 

84 

(D) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

112 
4 
9 

(D) 

13 

5 

(D) 
(D) 

28 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Uss than $5(X). 
' Group totals may include data for establlshoieats without payrxjll which could not be classified by detailed kind of buEinese. 



. . . Represents zero. 



28-10 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
( Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 
(SI, 000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollara) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
ne£u-est Nov, 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



LAS VEGAS 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetahle markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinkiog places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places. 



General taerchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total . — 
Shoe stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores. 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furaishiogs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Househoiti apphance, radio, TV stores — 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers.-- 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drugstores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



NoDSIore retailers. 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets . 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



Genera] merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety). 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores. 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furoisbings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



1 --l 
90 



13 

10 

3 
25 
22 

3 



(NA) 
(NA) 



113 
25 



161 

as 



59 
12 

(NA) 
(NA) 
23 
16 
7 
9 

38 



24 1 129 

22 1 f 1 

(D) 

(*D) 
67H 

7.9^0 

2l106 

9|69I 
IDI 
(D) 

9,112 

1 l133 

1 ,61*6 

(D) 

3,630 

3,321 

309 

(D) 

6,165 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

3,893 

(NA) 
(NA) 

8,635 
3,002 
(PI 
IDI 
6UC 
(Dl 
2,383 



15,046 

12,979 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

12,322 
7,663 
«l659 



(D) 
(D) 

7ie06 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3,787 

2,968 

819 

422 

5,335 
(C) 
(D) 

20,09^ 

6,672 

(D) 

132 

4,011 

(D) 



23,623 

22,099 

(Dl 



7i81 4 
5,708 
2,106 

(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

9,032 
1 ,433 
1 ,636 

(Dl 

3,630 

3,321 

309 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2i254 

(Dl 

7,994 

6,813 
• • • 

(D) 
(01 



IDI 
(Dl 



7,945 
2,79u 
IDI 
lUI 
IDI 
IDI 
2,175 
840 

IDI 



14,462 

'2,559 

1,57u 

• • • 

IDI 

(D) 

1 1 ,986 
7,525 
4,461 

10i496 
(D) 
(D) 

7,200 
(D) 
944 
IDI 
3,787 
2,968 
819 
(D) 

5.131 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

101 

(D) 
432 
(D) 

(D) 



2,043 

1 ,633 

(D) 



(D) 

2,o52 

1 ,583 

469 



IDI 
(D) 

1 ,184 
178 
161 
IDI 
476 
439 
.<7 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
337 

221 

955 

o6r 

'(") 
(D) 

48 1 
481 



922 
238 
(Dl 
IDI 
128 
(Dl 
347 
106 



(01 



1,159 
992 

1 14 



Standard Notes: (D) WithheW 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. 



(Dl 
(D) 

3,242 

2,346 

896 

1 ,6('7 
(D) 
(D) 

953 
(D) 
115 
(Dl 
483 
403 
8U 

36 

720 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

829 

(D) 

60 

(D) 

(D) 

XXX Not applicable. 



37,450 

33,044 

(D) 

(D) 

43,831 
33,1 52 
\0,o79 

i5,b59 
(Dl 
(D) 

22,505 

3.3U'J 

3,1 B6 

(01 

8,797 

8, j21 

77 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

7,321 

39,475 

20,51 4 

13,015 

(D) 
(D) 

8,1 99 
8,199 



19,151 

5,091 

(Dl 

(Dl 

2,66" 

(Dl 

7,344 

2,038 

(01 



24,464 

20,32f:, 

2,:j3's 

101 
(D) 

e6,98« 
47,775 
19,213 

38, J16 
(D) 
(D) 

1u,464 

(D) 

2,082 

(01 

9,59-^ 

8, 1 68 

1 ,425 

638 

12,945 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1 7,309 

(D) 

1,250 

(D) 

(D) 

(Z) 



34,410 

3u,194 

(D) 



(D) 

4 1 ,436 

31 ,556 

9,880 

23,575 
(01 
(D) 

2 1 ,47^ 

2,91i 

3,107 

101 

8,348 

7,599 

74S 

(D) 

(0) 

(D) 

?,31 1 



19,525 
12,871 

(D) 
(D) 

7,781 
7,781 



18,610 

5,036 

(01 

(Dl 

2,656 

(Dl 

7,049 

1 ,979 

(01 



22,518 
loi63S 
2,536 

IDI 
(D) 

^1 ,391 
44,02.5 
17,36o 

34,64j 
(D) 
(D) 

1 a, 03c 

(D) 
2,082 

IDI 
9,418 
8,072 
1 ,34o 

514 

12,343 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

16,195 

(D) 

I ,225 

(D) 

(D) 

s than $500. 



450 
395 
(D) 



(D) 

825 
642 

183 

4a3 
IDI 
(D) 



101 
162 
150 
I 2 
(D) 

(D) 
(O) 
1^1 

456 

299 

157 

(*D) 
(D) 

139 

139 



(01 
101 



3o9 

3C9 



101 
(D) 

1 ■ 1 40 
82 9 
312 

597 
(D) 
(D) 

335 

(L) 

29 

101 
20'> 

159 



159 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



367 

318 
(D) 

• • • 

(D) 



(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



732 


(52 


575 


1 14 


157 


38 


380 


16 


(01 


(01 


(D) 


(D) 


322 


55 


34 


7 


37 


14 


(01 


(15) 


133 


19 


123 


19 


10 


• • . 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


100 


16 


4 38 


35 


261 


55 


15^ 


15 


• •• 


... 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


121 


^2 


121 


(NA) 


... 


(NA) 


258 


126 


66 


32 


(01 


(CI 


(Ol 


(01 


32 


8 


(01 


(Dl 


106 


50 


24 


12 



286 


85 


234 


58 


28 


14 


... 


... 


(Ul 


IDI 


(D) 


(D) 


9 34 


22 1 


675 


1 17 


i39 


104 


468 


8 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


3U 


UD 


(D) 


(D) 


29 


(NA) 


(01 


(NA) 


197 


14 


152 


11 


45 


3 


10 


12 


143 


43 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 



(D) 



(D) 
3 

(D) 
(D) 



Represents zero. 



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Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



28-11 



City and kind of business 



RENO- -Con. 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores --. 

Proprietary stores 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers ._ 

Feed, farm, garden supply Btores. _ -., 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores {except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores 

Noosiore retailers , . . - . — 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



With 

payroll 



28 
28 



t3 
1 



Sales 



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



7i851 
(NA) 
(NA) 

7,9B2 

IDI 
1 |5U/ 
ltl63 

(D) 

(D) 
3,203 

(D) 

(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(11,000) 



7i81b 
7,815 



7.736 
IDI 
(01 
(Dl 
iD) 
(D) 
101 
(D) 

(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



918 
91b 



ub5 

(01 

m9 

61 
(D) 
(D) 
335 
(D) 

(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(DoUats) 



18,149 
18,119 



17,027 

(01 

2,650 

1 <)06 

(D) 

(D) 

6,23« 

(D) 



;d) 



Full 
workweek 

(DcUan) 



I6»106 
16, 1 06 



lo,207 

(0) 

2,61 U 

1 ,069 

(D) 

(D) 

5I68S 

(D) 



(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



327 
327 



237 

ID) 



(D) 
(P) 
1C2 
(D) 

(D) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



223 
223 



2ua 

101 
31 
12 

(D) 

(D) 
78 

(D) 

(D) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 

(Number) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



ID) 
7 
7 
(D) 
(D) 
37 
(D) 

(D) 



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



(Z)l 



3 than $500. 



Represents zero. 



43227Z O -57 -6 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 

(10 COUNTIES) 



LEGEND 

• PLACES OF 25,000 TO 100,000 

* PLACES OF 100,000 AND 0VER-/VO/V5 
STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 

CODE 

I MANCHESTER 




CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101 . Retail Trade : 1954 - The State 29-U 

lOlA. Retail Trade : I95I+ and I9I4.8 - The State 29-5 

102. Retail Trade: 195^ - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 29-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 191^8 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 29-7 

103. Retail Trade: 195!+ - Standard Metropolitan Areas 29-8 

IO3A. Retail Trade : 191+8 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 29-9 

lOU. Retail Trade: I95I+ - Counties With 5OO Establishments or More 29-10 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 5OO Establishments or More 29-14 



The following pages contain revisions of data previously 
published on the corresponding pages of Retail Trade Bulletin 
Series R-1: 29-6. 



29-3 



29-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 





Esteblishments 


R«l« 


PayroU, 
entire 
year 

($1.0001 


-' — -■ 1 

Payroll, workweek enijed 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


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


Kind of business 


Total' 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total. aU 
establish- 
ments* 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1.0001 


Total 

(Dollars) 


FuU 
workweek 

(DoUani) 


Total 
(Numberl 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 




i.5e? 

11267 
'lU 
■?5 
5° 
U6 
73 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1U 

1.06" 
803 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
132 
129 

131 

10 

121 

155 

593 

1 15 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

232 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

28 

?2 

a 59 
235 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
216 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

111 
217 

71 
32 

10 

1 

813 

117 
10 

112 
29 
31 

132 

206 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1.167 
15 
313 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
105 
'7 


5.-71 

1.010 

875 

22 

13 

23 

32 

53 

51 

2 

1 

18 

362 
649 
633 

10 
6 

86 
127 

285 
10 
95 

80 
101 

173 

39 

3 

9 

2 

75 

111 
77 
31 
17 

194 

118 
31 
15 
20 
12 

313 

153 

1C5 

13 

35 

160 

79 

"1 

10 

318 

241 

39 

17 

11 

6 

1 

517 

217 
30 
70 
19 

20 

108 

190 
150 

'10 

715 
15 

227 
12 
31 

113 

' 1 

95 

3 


503.991 

159.956 

119. 1"0 

2.372 

1 .103 

1 .951 

1.115 

2.09 5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

E03 

1.979 

32.20C 

25.8.91 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.339 

2.970 

11.r93 
10,385 
10. 391 
8.272 
15.233 

37.579 
5.839 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

15.781 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .38 5 

■^80 

21.612 
13.873 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
10,665 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

106.273 

92.81 1 

6.829 

4.382 

1 .293 

(D) 

(D) 

40.299 

37.109 
3.950 

16.932 
1 .256 
1.123 

14.113 

14.378 
(NA) 
(NA) 

97,488 

15.966 

30, 917 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

29,522 

412 


562.277 

145.714 
138.326 

1 .696 
84 3 

1 .357 
931 

1 .927 
(D) 
(CI 
137 

1 .497 

30.120 
25.157 
21.640 
211 
313 
(D) 
(01 

If ,771 
10. 385 
10.037 
5.972 
11.38' 

35.811 

5.397 

121 

(D) 

(01 

1.75- 

9,2)7 

7.O60 

2.117 

5.15b 

13.751 

12.155 

563 

546 

1 .299 

516 

22.82'; 

12.977 

1 1 .20' 

713 

1 .059 

9.843 

4.072 

3.251 

2.517 

103.875 

92.555 

5.721 

3.80* 

1 ,007 

(r) 

(01 
31,207 

35.955 
3.780 

15.126 

1 .086 

961 

13.712 

13.S8b 

1 1 . 980 

1 .900 

91.332 

16.966 

28.735 

8.551 

2.972 

1 6.93c 

272 

29.126 

(01 


57.U05 

9,1*7 

fl.507 

1 18 

•S2 

78 

107 

160 

(d) 

(0) 

18 

1 '7 

5. 169 

5.110 

5.300 

37 

73 

288 

171 

5.515 

1 .7-40 

1 . 478 

275 

2.121 

1.502 

614 

16 

(P) 

(Dl 

53'. 

1.024 

855 

169 

925 

1.674 

1.511 

91 

69 

170 

"5 

3.210 

1 .913 

1 .677 

120 

115 

1.297 

567 

118 

312 

10.508 
9.451 
415 
469 
122 
(D) 
(01 

2.721 

1.827 
395 

1.998 
171 
211 

2. 0=1 

1.5*5 

1.501 

1*1 

7.173 

551 

2.651 

7*4 
315 

1.538 
13 

1.550 
(Dl 


1 .083.933 

181 .181 
161 .359 

2.811 

1 .137 

1 .131 

2.351 

9.510 

(D) 

(0) 

335 

2.30" 

121.941 

109.871 

107.677 

759 

1 ,43* 

5.72" 

9.353 

105.629 

33.088 

26.339 

5.430 

10.766 

85.838 

10.907 

267 

(D) 

(Dl 

9.392 

19.136 

15.975 

3.161 

16.902 

33.78* 

30.700 

1 .930 

1 .155 

2.981 

2.12" 

50.759 

35.291 

30.561 

2.21 1 

2.519 

25.178 

11.19* 

7.235 

7.018 

187.251 

157.171 

9.031 

8.520 

1 .821 

(D) 

(01 

52.98* 

91 .566 
7.102 

37.395 
3.56i 

1.201 
39.10" 

33. 01" 
29,996 

3.019 

135.726 

10.545 
54.063 
15.281 

6.972 
30.755 

1 .055 

26.996 

(0) 


995.837 

157.317 

110.106 

2.509 

815 

1 .22o 

1 .809 

8.371 

(D) 

(01 

330 

2.11', 

109.730 

V7.10e 

95.336 

337 

1 .135 

1.317 

8.275 

92.61C 
29,991 
24,135 
1.567 
33.914 

77,376 

9.91o 

257 

(d) 

(01 

fa. 192 

17.B8C 

11.92fc 

2.952 

15.522 

29.743 

26.931 

1 .752 

1 .C*u 

2.394 

1 .919 

57.332 

31.058 

29.802 

2.133 

2. 073 

23.271 

10.323 

5.955 

5.93t, 

lf'1,377 

165.277 

3.927 

£.110 

1 .71 1 

(d) 

ID) 
17.192 

87.071, 
6.916 

31.964 
3.354 
4.033 

37.765 

29.069 

26.119 

i.520 

13C.58C 

10,615 

52.183 

11.881 

6.93d 

29,37* 

936 

25.106 

(0) 


21.39" 

4, 128 

3.600 

61 

31 

11 

39 

210 

(D) 

(0) 

1 1 

52 

1.192 
3.67" 

3.600 
4" 

io 

210 
312 

3.015 
720 
695 
164 

1 .45* 

2.1B9 

25') 

5 

(P) 

10) 

213 

429 

357 

72 

387 

9i1 

891 

63 

37 

if 

14 

1,15' 
644 
550 
38 
5' 
51? 
241 
130 
141 

2,9o8 
2,633 
141 
151 
36 
(D) 
(01 

1,161 

1.64* 

127 

635 

69 

31 

713 

ao6 

769 

97 

2.649 
162 
918 
253 
122 
550 
23 
458 
(0) 


19.317 

2.636 

2.153 

16 

20 

28 

58 

178 

(D) 

(D) 

1' 

13 

3.131 
2.759 
2.733 

3u 
128 
237 

2.098 
573 
518 
105 
871 

1 .659 
187 

(D) 

(D) 

159 

347 

286 

51 

314 

735 

650 

IB 

28 

51 

34 

1 .017 
590 
512 
35 
42 
427 
205 
1 19 
103 

2.816 

2.519 

131 

128 

30 
(D) 
(Dl 

875 

1 .176 

1 17 

587 

59 

75 

638 

666 

594 

71 

2.321 
162 
867 
211 

1 19 

136 

21 

110 

(0) 


7.<02O 


Food Stores 
Total 


1 .611 




1.301 
18 












15 




R3 




(NA) 




(NA) 




9 




10 


Eating, Driokiag Places 
Total 


1.183 


Eating places (except refreshment stands) _ 


895 

(NA) 




(NA) 




(NA) 


Refresbment stands _ 


114 
113 


General Mercbandise Group 
Total - - -. 


389 




■ • • 




97 




171 




1 19 


Apparel, Accessories Stores 
Total --. 


193 




83 




(na: 




(na: 




(na: 




(NA) 


Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Men's, boys' furnishings stores 


(NA) 
(NA) 




201 




(na; 




(NA) 




(NAl 




21 




17 


Furniture. Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 
Total 


371 




205 




(NAj 




(NAj 




(NA) 




159 


Household appliance stores 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Radio TV stores . _ - . - - - 


(NA) 


Automotive Group 

Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) --. 


302 
116 
82 
61 




30 




(D) 




(01 


Gasoline Service Stations 
Total . ... 


315 


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

Total ,. 


285 




35 




105 




21 




31 




88 


Drug Stores, Proprietarj Stores 
Total 


188 




(NA) 




(NA] 


Other Retail Stores 
Total 


993 




5 




302 




(na; 




(na; 




(NA 




(NA 


Hay, grain, feed stores . . . .___ _ 

Farm, garden supply stores _ . _ . . . _ _ 


36 
10) 



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 establishments ulthout payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



. . . Represents zero. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



29-5 



Kind of business 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 

Jewelry stores -- -- - . - - 

Book stores.- - , 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stares. . 

Florists . ..- 

Cig&r stores, stantis . 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores ..... 

Camera, photographic supply stores — 

Luggage, leather gootis stores - 

Optical goods stores 

OtEce, store machine and equipment dealera. 

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

Second-hand stores . ... 



Nonstore Retsilers 

Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling i house-to-house) organisations. . 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



Establishments 



Total 

{Number) 



J82 

35 



With 
payroll 



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



3. 1167 

767 

1 .609 

IDI 

1 t68^ 

66U 

2lU26 

1 l731 

760 

P62 

(01 

IRC 

2P1 

1 ,066 

9otl 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



3.037 
683 
(0) 

1 tUOC 
(PI 

1 .48^ 
512 

2i056 

1 t509 
526 
862 
(Dl 
(D) 
239 

1 .066 
3114 



6.71(9 

265 

5.U7) 

1 .013 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



(*63 
83 
221 
138 
(HI 
332 
«9 

187 
95 
158 
(Dl 
28 



1 .2U5 

63 

1 .ORG 

102 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUai^) 



8.709 
1 .66" 
U.077 
2.860 

(Dl 
7.066 

71 1 
't.0't3 

2.80a 

1 .293 
3.1155 
(Dl 
668 
1 .127 
3.516 
1 .931 



23.885 

886 

21 .175 

1 .821 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (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 cla.s.iified by detailed kind of business. 



FuU 
workweek 



8.101 
1132', 
3.868 
2.751* 

(01 
6.712 

610 
3.31(0 
2.045 
1 .223 
3.3U3 

(Dl 

668 
1.127 
3.356 
1 .823 



22.820 

874 

20.303 

1 .641 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



182 
42 

108 
66 

(01 

170 
21 

127 



(01 
1 1 



429 
22 

365 
42 



Full 
workweek 



153 
27 
90 
58 

(Dl 

150 
13 
75 
51 
2f 
Su 

(01 
11 
14 
76 
35 



374 

21 

325 



(Z) Less than $5(XI. 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rat«i 
busi- 



only)i 
(Number) 



86 
14 
23 



12 
35 
90 
28 



7 
22 
i'6 



2ei 

34 



Represents zero. 



Table lOlA. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments'' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(tl.OOO) 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1.0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places. 

Drinkingplaces.. 



General merchandise group. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, bome furnishings, appliance dealers. 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bidg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers .... 

Lumber, bldg. matls., supphes, equipment, hardware dcalcrs. 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total- 
Drug stores. . 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total. . 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers. 

Feed, farm, gattlen supply stores. 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 



Nonstore retailers - 



1,582 

1,267 

309 

1,064 
935 
129 



593 
115 
i(A 

459 

444 

813 

347 
40 

307 

206 
(NA) 
(»A) 

1,167 

45 

343 

122 

99 

460 

330 



1,040 
875 
165 

862 
735 

127 



473 

69 

384 

313 

348 

517 

247 

30 

217 

190 
150 
40 

715 
45 

227 
98 
55 

290 



159,966 

149,100 

10,818 

32,200 
29,230 
2,970 



37,579 

5,839 

31,474 

24,612 

106,273 

40,299 

37,409 

3,950 

33,459 

14,378 
(NA) 
(NA) 

97,488 
16,966 
30,947 
29,964 
3,487 
15,134 

9,489 



146,714 

138,326 

8,388 

30,120 

III 



35,841 

5,397 

30,444 

22,820 

103,875 

34,207 

35,965 

3,780 

32,185 

13,880 
11,980 
1,900 

91,332 
16,966 
28,735 

(D) 
3,037 

(D) 

6,749 



1,913 

1,699 

214 


1,145 
986 
159 


1,096 
952 
144 


865 
751 
114 


303 


213 


559 

111 
448 


429 

82 

347 


418 


293 


371 


321 


787 


456 


292 
31 

261 


243 

26 

217 


226 
163 
63 


210 
157 
53 


981 
40 

288 

130 
78 

445 


737 
40 

235 

119 
55 

288 



460,782 

132,364 

124,364 

8,000 

29,215 
26,231 
2,984 



32,891 
4,747 
28,144 

23,293 

61,310 

22,524 

35,640 

3,024 

32,616 

13,464 
10,547 
2,917 

75,958 
13,840 
22,658 
25,009 

3,097 
11,354 

3,005 



424,918 

U4,416 

107,422 

6,994 

27,157 
24,605 
2,552 



30,959 
4,344 
26,615 



34,953 
2,848 
32,105 

13,088 
10,372 
2,716 

72,405 
13,840 
21,588 
24,584 
2,791 
9,602 

3,005 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ... Represents zero. 
^Data in this table differ from those which appearel in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a 
Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Censuses in the Introduction. 

'Group totals may Include data for establishments vlthout payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of 



description of the adjustments see 
business. 



29-6 



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 | 


1 


Establishments 


Sales 


PayroU, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (tmin- 
corporated 
basinesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
plains 


1 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(»1.000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(11.000) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 

workweek 
(Number) 


Estab- 
ash- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


1 


New Hampshire, total 

Belknap County 


■','*39 


5,071 


603,991 


562,277 


57,095 


24, 398 


19, 317 


7,020 


1 ,582 


159,966 


1,064 


32,200, 


? 


J99 


279 


73i440 


31.1 10 


3.154 


1 .273 


1 .157 


376 


69 


P,192 


54 


1 ,553 






227 

172 

317 


169 
110 

221 


?3t13r 
10,3in 

lBi9i 6 


22.2-5 

E.9'-i4 

17,6'16 


2,32* 

825 

1 ,487 


Q30 

343 
589 


772 
28'= 

466 


195 
181 

308 


39 

3(_. 

73 


5,666 
2,5<:5 

■^.229 


32 

22 

48 


1 ,C9t 
555 

1 .000 


4 




5 


Carroll County 

Cheshire County 


6 


a97 


325 


37.31P 


34.410 


3,568 


I.S7: 


1 .23' 


467 


88 


1'',3b9 


58 


1 .829 




2H9 
?."48 


183 
112 

370 


24t753 
12.565 

37,031 


23,735 
1C,575 

34,557 


2,f-ao 

888 
3,115 


1 .137 
433 

1,405 


915 

315 

1 .079 


207 
250 

513 


36 
52 

1 16 


6, 37" 
4,01 1 

1'',729 


23 
35 

78 


1 .1 'Hfc 
541 

1 .629 


S 


Remainder of County 

Coos County 

Berlin 


in 


2"4« 
270 

711 


156 
201* 

509 


19.0(5 
18,026 

53,912 


17,533 
17,024 

49,964 


1 .740 
1,375 

4.956 


Bl*. 
589 

2,136 


607 
472 

1.797 


234 
279 

57" 


62 

54 

128 


5,662 
5.067 

13,3t8 


35 
4? 

lO-i 


545 
9-4 

2,879 


11 
1? 


Remainder of County 

Grafton County 


n 


1,976 


1. 3t8 


183.804 


172,130 


18,964 


7,986 


6,179 


1 .762 


437 


49,771 


272 


9,225 






1,067 
H60 

ua9 

820 


7111 
326 
281 

550 


105,973 
115.1 1 1 
31 .720 

67,914 


99,775 
43.889 

5ti.466 

63,056 


11 ,808 
4.747 
2.4CO 

6, 114 


4,984 

2.055 

946 

2.560 


3,821 

1 .541 

717 

2,026 


957 
391 

404 

781 


252 

62 

103 

153 


25.457 
12.325 
K.9o8 

15.455 


148 
60 
56 

105 


5.2'bl 
2.562 
1.402 

3.285 


15 




Ifi 




17 








395 
103 
322 

ltl51 


277 

33 

190 

7111 


43,058 
e.»13 
16,243 

= 7.1 '.16 


40,780 
8.233 

14,045 

80.758 


4,289 
755 

1 ,070 

7,761 


1 ,705 
305 
550 

3.449 


1 , 369 
238 
419 

2.75° 


357 

ce 

338 
1 .133 


77 
20 
56 

277 


8.938 
5.506 
3.912 

22.7VO 


43 
10 
52 

214 


1 .873 

186 

1 ,22" 

6,P12 


1^ 




20 
?1 


Remainder of County 


?? 




311 
F37 

693 


2«0 
501 

479 


34.422 
■=.2.724 

5^.571 


32.954 
47.804 

52,775 


3.680 
4.IJ31 

5,152 


1 .526 
1 .923 

2.282 


1 .227 
1 .532 

1 .765 


275 
858 

571 


67 
210 

175 


8,520 
14,270 

16.689 


54 
160 

69 


2,315 
4,497 

2.907 


23 
?4 


Remainder of County ' 

Strafford County 




2Ue 
2C0 
106 
137 

J61 


176 

150 
72 
8'i 

249 


?7,176 

17.545 

5.783 

6.C67 

57.909 


55,586 

16,631 

5,079 

5,379 

25,629 


2.670 

1 .512 

339 

572 

2.824 


1 .110 
552 
186 
324 

1 .148 


860 
532 
15" 
219 

959 


207 
213 
1 13 
138 

339 


66 
47 
26 
36 

66 


7.1"2 
4.831 
2.3E2 
2.374 

7,333 


33 

26 
13 
17 

41 


1 .1:iv 
686 
334 
536 

9R1 










28 


Remainder of County 

Sullivan County 




202 
159 


146 
103 


1S.513 
9,296 


17.345 
8.484 


1 .980 
644 


786 
362 


565 

294 


183 
156 


33 
33 


4,477 
2,856 


14 
27 


466 
515 


31 


Remainder of County 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



29-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



Kind-of -business 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 


i 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

(Si.ooo) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Esfab- 
lish- 
ment.s 

(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.l 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sal« 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


"^ 


mn 


^:4i296 


595 


37,579 


459 


24.612 


444 


I.;- .;73 


81? 


40,299 


347 


37,409 


206 


14, 378 


1 .157 


97,438 


33" 


9.489 


1 


3? 


2 1437 


21 


1.517 


38 


1.727 


29 


',.742 


46 


2.55K 


• 23 


2.340 


16 


829 


59 


5.19a 


1 1 


251 


2 


23 

1" 


1 tiH.l| 
9 3 

P97 


17 
4 

le 


1.260 
257 

851 


25 
13 

19 


1 .516 
21 1 

584 


19 
10 

13 


t. .37 

1 i5 5 
3.VJ3 


17 
2, 

4C 


1 . .■9< 
1.461 

2.5'-5 


K 
13 

I' 


1 .164 
1 .176 

1 .^78 


8 
8 

7 


510 
319 

448 


39 

20 

38 


3.887 
l.i07 

2.152 


n 

1 5 


250 
269 


3 

4 

5 


2"' 


2ie22 


ue 


r . ; 36 


40 


1 .424 


33 


^.'^■:.*9 


4-- 


2.63, 


16 


2.379 


12 


1. '54 


81 


5.313 


33 


351 


6 


7 
20 

25 


1<2&4 
I l555 

2.1 -.6 


3M 
12 

46 


1 .?14 
222 

2.239 


19 
21 

25 


1. '52 
372 

1.53" 


27 

1 1 

27 


5.2i3 
1.^56 

7.' .44 


16 
32 

73 


1 .562 
1.07- 

3.162 


14 
1? 

24 


1 .533 
'-■46 

2.155 


6 
6 

15 


665 
3=9 

875 


48 
33 

68 


3.907 
1 .905 

5.118 


19 
14 

)7 


167 

llii' 

494 


7 
8 

9 


1(C 


1.122 

9,11 

3. "75 


27 
19 

U5 


1 .720 
569 

3.871 


15 
10 

47 


1 .200 
33'1 

2.-21 


16 
11 

46 


3.312 
3.73? 

1 1 .134 


15 
54 

B2 


961 
2 . C.9E 

3,617 


11 
13 

42 


1 .321 

834 

3.510 


6 

9 

25 


324 

551 

1 .772 


31 
37 

129 


2.369 
2.749 

8,260 


1? 

5 

13 


366 
12? 

65 


10 
1 1 

12 


115 


15.=3« 


let 


14,134 


115 


9,137 


105 


2M,4ii^ 


196 


11 .367 


71 


1 r ■ 036 


50 


3.624 


330 


28 . 6 1 2 


101 


3,516 


13 


27 

51 


9.639 
a.673 
1 .622 


119 
119 
16 

65 


10.400 
3.289 

445 

3.;.97 


59 
37 
19 

56 


5,029 
2.387 

121 

1 .902 


55 
21 
29 

52 


17,iao 

C6i5 

".:j^3 

12.26'^ 


9- 
37 

61 

1"1 


6.312 
2.497 
2.55- 

3.914 


33 

19 
19 

34 


. 4.869 
3.523 
1 .644 

3,742 


25 
14 
1 1 

32 


2.032 
540 
752 

2.187 


174 
67 
89 

131 


14.753 
7.175 
6.684 

14. 920 


55 

17 

19 

40 


2,841 
154 
521 

1 ,077 


14 
15 
16 

17 


Z? 

2 

27 

56 


4.3t' 

(r 1 

(D) 


37 
1 1 
17 

73 


2.191 
638 
268 

3.941 


18 
12 
26 

58 


1 .101 
379 
422 

2.443 


27 
14 
1 1 

66 


7.H39 
2. '.'76 
2.3SO 

16.564 


4ii 
46 
il' 


1 .766 

4e6 
1 .692 

5.914 


16 

1 
17 

53 


2,840 
(01 
(D) 

6.015 


18 
6 
B 

23 


1 .457 
317 
413 

1.643 


66 
15 

50 

170 


10, 135 
1 .454 
3.331 

15.^31 


27 

3 
10 

49 


549 

84 

444 

1 , 8! 6 


18 
1" 
20 

21 


10 
3'= 


1,9v^ 
2.19 = 

3.777 


3H 
35 

64 


.1.736 
1 .205 

3.913 


22 
36 

37 


1 .539 
9 14 

2.567 


20 
46 

39 


7. 178 
0.3E6 

e.6:5 


3C 
<!' 

6(( 


2.24T 
3.667 

3.110 


13 
40 

42 


2.290 
3.725 

4. = 20 


7 
16 

16 


648 
995 

1.284 


38 
132 

109 


3.574 
11 .457 

8.364 


15 
34 

23 


1,385 
420 

455 


22 
23 

24 


f 
10 

6 
11 

22 


1 .696 

1 .61,5 

191 

2'.2 

2.5=3 


97 
19 

10 

31 


2,1C5 

l.( '*3 

410 

235 

1.930 


17 

11 

6 

3 

24 


1 .780 
490 
(D) 
ID) 

1.277 


20 

15 

1 

3 

24 


I'.tsl 
3.433 

(ul 
(CI 

LI . 9tj9 


16 

17 
12 
19 

44 


ti?2 
1.1 r2 

417 
7'9 

1.61^ 


11 

14 
6 

1 1 

19 


2.730 
1 .212 

ei 
794 

1 .334 


4 

5 
4 

3 

If- 


509 
442 
163 

170 

662 


32 

30 
21 
26 

52 


4.22.: 

2.335 

1 .002 
799 

4. 024 


14 

6 

3 

... 

28 


294 
86 
75 

1 ,187 


25 
26 
27 
28 

29 


1" 


1 .677 
916 


23 


1 .567 
363 


18 
6 


1.056 
221 


17 

7 


■^.7^5 
1 .264 


1-.. 
26 


9-1 
711- 


14 
5 


945 
389 


6 

4 


277 

385 


30 
22 


2.511 
1 .513 


■ 21 

7 


1 ,031 
156 


30 
31 



Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments. 
1948 
(Number) 



Sales. 1948 
($1.000) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments. 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales. 1948 
($1.1X)0) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments. 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales. 1948 
($1,000) 



New Hajnpsliire, total. 



Belknap County 

Laconia 

ReEjainder of County. 



Carroll County. 



Cheshire County 

Keene 

Remainder of County. 



Coos County, 
Berlin. . . . 



6,968 

427 
242 

185 



435 
211 
224 

489 
212 



460,782 

27,167 
19,553 
7,614 

13,808 

28,651 
18,961 
9,690 

28,009 
14,240 



Coos County — Con. 
Remainder of County. 



Grafton County. 



Hillsborough County. . . 

Manchester 

Nashua 

Remainder of County. 



Hern'macit County 

Concord 

Franklin 

Remainder of County. 



277 

714 

1,760 
944 
402 
414 

739 
316 

111 

312 



13,769 

43,089 

143,275 
84,199 
36, 119 
22,957 

50,265 
29,965 
7,118 
13,182 



Rockinghajn County 

Portsmouth 

Remainder of County. 



Strafford County 

Dover 

Rochester 

Somersvorth 

Remainder of County. 

Sullivan County 

Claremont. 

Remainder of County. 



^Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 

Data In this table differ from thoBe which appeared in the publications of the I948 Census of Retail Trade. 
igS** Censuses in the Introduction. 



703 
241 
218 
119 
125 

363 
209 

154 



57,780 
22, *8 
35,232 

43,222 
20,333 
14,449 
3,843 
4,597 

25,516 
17,655 
7,861 



For a description of the adjustments see Comparison of I948 and 



29-8 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Sl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 

year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
bu.si- 
nesses 
only)^ 
(Number) 



MANCHESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Consists of Manchester city and Goffstown town m Hilisborougti County, N. H. 



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, Drinking Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractois 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General 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 furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clotiiing 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 



Furniture, Home Furnishings, Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores. 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

/'Home furnishings stores, n.e.c., antique stoics 

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 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. - 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Toul. 



Lumber, BIdg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Equipmeof 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 . - 

Fann. garden supply stores - . - - 



267 
191 



153 

106 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

15 



123 
32 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
38 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



60 

3« 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

2^ 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
? 



179 
137 



133 

9? 

^^7 

3 

2 

1 1 



100 

5 

30 

6 



27t799 
21t.6;'J 

300 
5UC 
C51 
(D) 
6B1 
'0) 
(0) 
(D) 



5l337 

U.19^ 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

"■'68 

675 



9i7U2 
(Dl 

li33U 
(D) 

2.912 



lr.iU7U 

1 .7115 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1*, 258 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

710 

173 



(D) 

i»,09t 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(D) 

lu.nsi 

2.160 
899 

10] 

in 



5.22"* 
(D) 

1.902 
(D) 
(D) 

2.662 



(0) 

2.000 



16.61.i 

2,519 

5.39- 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.750 



25.367 
i 2 . 15' 
UGO 
239 
300 
251 
(D) 
681 
(Dl 

(D) 



5.113 

a.na2 

3.95U 
(01 
(01 
425 



67ir 



9,624 
(0) 

1 .30" 
(D) 

2.854 



10,164 

1 .663 

(D) 

353 

(Dl 

1 . 1 2'; 

2.098 

1 .878 

22' 

1.322 

4.22" 

3.935 

(D) 

(D) 

ID) 

ID) 

(D) 
".008 
3.33" 
335 
33C 
(Dl 
690 
725 
(D) 



(D) 
(Dl 
1.706 
899 
(D) 
(D) 



5.^32 
(Dl 

1 . 84t 
ID) 
ID) 

2.561; 



(O) 

2.0O0 

ID) 



15.258 
2,519 
4.502 
1 .735 

2.867 



1 .8=1 

1 .5R2 

23 

16 

20 

33 

(D) 

170 

ID) 

fD) 



.153 
974 
960 
ID) 
101 
82 
97 



1 .532 
(Dl 
186 
(Dl 
405 



1 .475 
224 
(01 
49 
(Dl 
152 
270 
254 
15 
222 
514 
571 
(D) 
ID) 
1 16 
29 



(D) 
558 
447 
65 
45 
(C) 
106 
102 
(D) 



(D) 
1 .442 
145 
143 
(0) 
(Dl 



B44 

in 

213 
(D) 
(01 
5"5 



(Dl 
253 
(01 



455 
195 



250 

400 



35.71 5 
30.552 
507 
331 
426 
583 
(D) 
3.385 
ID) 

(D) 



23.087 

2O.]01 

19.799 

(01 

(D) 

1 .099 

1 .887 



31 .526 
ID) 

3.648 
ID) 

7.880 



29.857 

3.92"! 

ID) 

87-' 

(Dl 

2.547 

5.046 

4.84' 

20 = 

4.817 

13.35" 

12.392 

(D) 

(01 

2.05H 

651 



(D) 
9.70" 
7.40' 
1 .233 
1 .066 

(D) 
1 .992 
1 .610 

(t) 



(D) 

25.379 

2.639 

2. 581 

ID) 

ID) 



16.C'j1 

ID) 

3.127 

(D) 

(01 

1 1 .015 



(D) 

5.32°. 

(01 



23.267 
1 ,677 
9.059 
3.994 

5.065 



Standard Notes. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (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) 1 



31 .397 
25.210 
351 
264 
35S 
492 
(D) 
2.94L 
(D) 

(D) 



20. 000 

]7.523 

17.415 

(01 

(0) 

944 

1 .533 



27.431 
ID) 

3.240 
ID) 

6.1 3b 



26.27b 

3.439 

ID) 

835 

101 

2.241 

4.54>, 

4.435 

20b 

3.999 

12.062 

1 1 .214 

(D) 

(01 

1 .610 

523 



(D) 
9.457 
7.277 
1 .233 

947 

(D) 
1 .955 
1 .611. 

(O) 



(D) 

25.306 

2.515 

2.56t 

(0) 

(0) 



15.695 

(0) 

3.C67 

(D) 

(O) 

1C.817 



(u) 

4.270 
10) 



22.437 
1 ,677 
3.882 
3.949 

4.933 



i than $500. 



8 59 

700 

) 8 

13 

1 1 

(D) 



(D) 



748 
639 
629 
(31 
(0) 
39 
70 



7v7 
(0) 

83 
(01 

3^4 



746 

d7 

101 

20 

(01 

58 

108 

104 

II 

1 14 

354 

337 

(D) 

(0) 

55 

18 



(D) 

183 

144 

17 

22 

(D) 

47 

24 

(D) 



(D) 
368 
34 
3.8 
(J) 
(Dl 



2d5 
(01 
62 
(D) 
(D) 
lb" 



(D) 
133 
(31 



423 
25 

14« 
65 

81 

71 



56o 
451 



2S4 
(D) 
59 
(D) 
(01 
16? 



(0) 
96 
(01 



371 
25 
137 



579 
201 



(D) 



(0) 


10) 


• • • 


(D) 


(u) 


(D) 


529 


}f} 


462 


1 16 


450 


(NA) 


(0) 


(NA) 


(0) 


(NA) 


28 


15 


3o 


?9 


531 


32 


(Dl 


ID) 


53 


10 


(01 


(D) 


151 


19 


525 


77 


61 


16 


(0) 


(NA) 


15 


(NA) 


(01 


(NA) 


40 


(NA) 


75 


(NA) 


71 


(NA) 


4 


(NA) 


74 


(NA) 


27f 


24 


255 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(01 


(NA) 


31 


4 


° 


4 


(D) 


(D) 


171 


29 


134 


(NA) 


17 


(NA) 


20 


(NA) 


(n) 


(D) 


39 


(NA) 


24 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


355 


4 


31 


25 


35 


3 


(0) 


CI 


10) 


ir 1 



36 

(Dl 

15 
(D) 
ID) 



(D) 

21 

(D) 



157 

60 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1 



Represents zero. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



29-9 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



Standard metropolitan ar«a 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 

($1,000) 



PayroU, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15' 



Total 

(Dollare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)i 
(Number) 



MANCHESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Con. 



Other Retai l Stofea— Con. 

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 - , - 



NoDstore Retailers 



Total _ 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



107 
1"2 

27 u 
23a 
(Dl 
'87 
(01 
20 5 
(Dl 

ini 

70 
89 
(D) 



(D) 



2|0Q7 
(D) 



1 1 066 
IDI 
107 
(01 

Pie 

(0} 
(Dl 
(0) 
(01 
203 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D> 
8° 



1 .643 
552 



150 
(D) 



(01 
(D) 

16 
(01 

27 
(01 
(Dl 
{Dl 



577 
503 



2.726 
(D) 

3ca 

(01 

710 
(01 
(Dl 

29a 

(Dl 
398 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
13 = 
(01 



8.913 
1 .397 



2.616 
(D) 

255 
(Dl 

664 
(Dl 
(Dl 
294 
(Dl 
353 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
104 
(Dl 



8.655 
1 .347 



(D) 

10 

(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 
7 
(Dl 
I 1 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 



170 
25 



41 

(D) 

6 
(01 



(01 
(Dl 

7 
(01 

8 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 



159 
23 



20 
(D) 



(PI 
(01 

6 
IDI 

3 
IDI 
(Dl 
(01 

5 
(Dl 



56 
1 1 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( N A ) Not availabl& n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

Group totals majf Include data for establlshmentE without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



. . . Represents zero. 



Table 103 A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — STANDARD METROPOUTAN AREAS 
Establishments and Sales, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales. 1948 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



MANCHESTER STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



Retail trade, total -,. 

Food Stores 

Eating, drinking places 

General merchandise group, 

Apparel, accessories stores. _ - 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers 

Automotive group _ 

Gasoline service stations _ _ 

Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers 

Drug stores, proprietary stores 

Other retail stores ^ 

Nonstore retailers. _ . 



992 


730 


306 


190 


166 


138 


32 


18 


96 


73 


51 


i2 


i6 


35 


89 


63 


3-t 


28 


31 


29 


128 


101 


13 


13 



86,709 



23,130 
6,083 
6,552 
7,978 
5,59i 

10,527 
2,843 
7,378 
1,868 

12,180 
2,576 



20,222 
5,660 
6,il3 
7,691 
5,530 

10,021 
2,i06 
7,327 
(D) 
(D) 
2,576 



Standard Notes: (D) withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ...Represents zero. 

^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. 



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RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



COOS COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores -. . . 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets . 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, driaking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores... 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores. ._ 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Fumiture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, btdg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers^ _ _ 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores- 

Other retail stores (except second-band) . 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



GRAFTON COUNTY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores _ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores _ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores _ 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores _, 



Establishments 



Totar 
(Number) 



Furniture, home (uroisbiDgs. appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores. 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers- 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



1 16 
102 



1 1 

2 

23 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2 

25 

o 

16 
27 



128 
109 



105 

100 



3P 
1 1 

15 

6 

(NA) 

(na) 

13 
(NA) 
(NA) 

3 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments! 
(11,000) 



37.031 

10i72i> 

10.U33 

63 

159 

60 

1 i629 

1 ,1)41 
185 

2.106 

1 tm7 
059 

2l.?«!9 

379 

677 

(D> 

1 t082 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(01 

1 1530 
559 
971 



3i062 

2ll55 

?5 3 

ll2«6 

55'4 

875 
(D) 
ID) 

5l1 18 

1 .006 

14T77 

1 lU05 

213 

101 

(D) 

ID) 

491 



53t912 

13i''e3 

121901 

?5« 

7tt 

159 

2tR79 

?teio 

69 

3. '■'75 
2t516 

ocj 

3,871 
215 

(NA) 
(NA) 
1*77 
(NA) 
(NA) 
29 

2t021 

987 

1 1O34 

1 1 .031 

3i617 
3.51c 

fie 

1 .3711 
1 1^19 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



3U|557 

9,927 
9i719 
(D) 
(D) 
• • • 
ID) 

1 .531 
1 .346 



1 .97U 
(D) 
10) 

2.189 

ID) 

677 

(D) 

1 .056 

1 .023 

35 



1 .47f 
(0) 
(0) 



2.512 

2.117 
(Dl 

1.24^ 
(0) 

P75 
(D) 
(0) 

4.776 
1 ,006 
1.711 
10) 
163 
ID) 
(D) 
(0) 

234 



49.964 

12.282 
1 1 .933 

ID) 
10) 

2.697 

(D) 
10) 

3.203 

2.244 

959 

3.693 
215 
1 .720 
1 .294 
ID) 
428 
ID) 
ID) 

1 .647 
879 
96f 



2.979 

3.210 
(0) 
(D) 

1 .500 



PayiT>ll, 
entire 
year 



640 
623 



2=2 

227 

?5 

214 
P3 

131 

2)4 
(D) 
40 
ID) 
1 12 
107 
5 



1^1 
33 



244 
23 



75 
(D) 
ID) 



17 
(O) 
(D) 
ID) 



743 
704 
(D) 
(01 

26 

467 

464 

3 

401 
269 
132 

353 
20 
151 
137 
(D) 
42 
(0) 
ID) 

227 
107 
120 

1 .0R6 

280 

484 

36 

206 

242 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



10.24° 
9.91'< 



5.348 

4.91? 

436 

4.969 
1 .52" 
3.349 

4.099 

(D) 

738 

(D) 

2.1 70 

2.097 

71 



2.988 

587 

2.3C1 

13.503 

3.747 

4.42" 

45' 

2.37^ 

1 .104 

1 .357 
(D) 
(0) 

7.527 

885 

4.055 

1 .357 

522 

(01 

(d) 

(D) 
699 



93.36U 

13.734 

13.014 

(D) 

(0) 

47) 

10.346 

10.785 

61 

7.673 
5.228 
2.445 

6.581 
325 
3.1 73 
2.076 
(D) 
947 
(0) 
(01 

5.043 
2.434 
2.609 



3.947 

9,091 

86« 

4.120 

4.1(j7 



FuU 
workweek 



9.351 

9.072 



4.554 

4.146 

408 

4.485 
1 .389 
3.096 

3.428 

(D) 

641 

(D) 

1 .712 

1 .639 

73 



2.340 

610 

1 .730 



3.323 

4.020 

452 

2.519 

1.049 

1 .284 
1 .191 

ID) 

7.213 

885 
3.952 
1.339 
364 
(0) 
(D) 
ID) 

590 



87.162 

12.338 

1 1 .686 

(D) 

(D) 

409 

9.455 
9.4)3 

42 

6.929 

4.741 
2.183 

6.233 

303 
3.038 
2iC26 
(D) 
810 
10) 
(0) 

4.629 
2.422 
2.207 

18.52>r 

3.533 

8.853 

757 

4.120 

3.976 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 
INumber) 



249 
239 



216 

200 

16 

155 

55 

1U0 

1 14 

(D) 

22 

ID) 



218 
86 



(D) 
(0) 



144 
13 



I 3 

10) 
(D) 
(0) 



301 
278 

(D) 
(0) 

16 

333 

330 



205 
1 17 



58 
(D) 

26 
(0) 
(0) 

1 J4 
41 



16 = 
19 
71 



FuU 
workweek 



)8U 
177 



163 

148 

15 

93 
34 



(D) 

15 

(D) 



70 
10 
43 
17 

33 
(D) 
(0) 

120 
15 
58 
23 

S 
(0) 
(D) 
(D) 



230 
211 
(D) 
(D) 



310 
308 

? 

149 
91 
58 

146 

7 



(D) 

19 

(0) 

(D) 

84 
40 



152 
13 
71 



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



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
'(}roup totals may Include data for establislunents uitliout payroll wtiicb could not be classified by detailed Itlnd of business. 



Represents zero. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



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Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County 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) 



GRAFTON COUNTY--Con. 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



NoDstore retailers. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores, _ 



Eatiog, driaking places, total- 
Eating places 

Drinking places — 



General merchaodise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Tariety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores - 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores _ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furotshiags, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group . 

Gasoline service stations _ 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 _ 

Book, stationer>* stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Nocstore retailers. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, driaking places, total- 
Eating places ..- 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total. . 
General merchandise group (except variety) 
Variety stores. 



u37 

329 

30 

22 

10 
42 

272 
2?6 



(na; 

Cna 

66 
(NA) 

(na) 
21 

1 15 
72 
41 



50 

(na) 

Cna) 



109 
26 



153 

130 

e 



1C5 
95 



1 1 77 2 

1 t6U9 

1 2^4 

8f26C 

1, 320 

1 i6Q2 

3. "83 

?8C 

386 

(D) 

(D) 



'^llH 


183, P04 


3rl 


a9,771 


21i1 


t5i276 


ia 


1 I'fU 


8 


S07 


10 


330 


33 


1.066 


226 


9|725 


180 


7,ot4? 


H6 


1 .'P3 


63 


15t13'4 


37 


10.B79 


26 


5.056 


l^O 


14, 13U 


33 


2|UR9 


3? 


(NA) 


8 


(NA) 


56 


6,057 


UU 


(NA) 


12 


(NA) 


15 


1 t0r8 


95 


9,137 


56 


5.973 


39 


3.13^ 


85 


28.'4i'3 


130 


11.367 


U7 


10.036 


^ 


728 


21 


U.656 


19 


14.652 


ilfl 


3.6214 


141 


(NA) 


7 


(NA) 


176 


28.f 12 


1 1 


4.966 


53 


8.102 


26 


9.610 


17 


1 .450 


9 


(D) 


54 


(D) 


5 


318 



67.914 

15.456 
14.114 

n?9 

123 
131 
259 

3.285 

3.074 
21 1 

6.069 

4.529 
1 .54-: 



1 .772 

1 .64B 
124 

(D) 
1 . 320 
1 . 56y 
2.995 

151) 

386 
1 .160 

<D1 

IDI 



172.130 

i'5.at9 

42.262 

1 .086 

493 

330 

1 .548 

8.665 
7.382 
1 .283 

15.078 

10.69? 

4.380 

13.640 

2.407 

2.967 

(D) 

5.835 

5.471 

364 

(D) 

8.835 
(D) 
(01 

27.804 

9.823 

9.704 

726 

4.472 

4.504 

(Dl 
(Dl 
316 

(D) 
4.966 
7.086 
9,610 
1 .312 

101 
2.952 

276 

2.722 



63.058 

14.246 
13.132 
623 
123 
131 
237 

2.997 

2.786 

21 1 

5.277 
3.737 
1 .540 



249 
239 

10 

(D) 
50 
155 
177 
23 
49 
190 
(Dl 



3.226 

2.805 

68 

39 

43 

271 

1 .863 

1 .638 

225 

2.356 

1 .734 

622 

1 .902 
295 
362 
(D) 
827 
774 
53 
(D) 

1 .283 
832 
4'Sl 

2,851 

853 

1 .383 

87 
485 
81 1 

415 

399 

16 

2.190 
15U 
698 
652 
184 
(D) 
434 
25 



934 

809 
38 



616 
580 



775 
538 
237 



4,960 

4.852 

10B 

(D) 
1 . 044 
3.307 
3.249 

483 

984 
3.07° 

(Dl 

(Dl 



61 .463 

53.063 

1 .467 

584 

957 

5.392 

36.88" 

32.900 

3.98" 

45.575 
33,387 
12.188 

37.597 

5.258 

6.561 

(D) 

17.309 

16.156 

1 .153 

(D) 

23.677 

15.063 

8.614 



16.457 

25.749 
1 .523 
8.163 

16.063 

8.650 

8.295 

355 

40.101 

3. 044 

14.590 

9.359 

3|760 

(D) 

7.867 

568 

11.171 



18.786 

15.963 

981 

198 

325 

1 .319 

I2.aoo 

12.030 
761 

13.582 
9.154 
4.428 



4.707 

4.627 

80 

(D) 
1 .044 
3.U71 
3.236 

483 

813 
2.792 

(Dl 

(Dl 



327.715 

52.708 

45.492 

1 .185 

506 

797 

4,728 

32.208 

28.61 1 

3.597 

39.522 

50.061 

9.561 

33.317 

4.672 

6,062 

(D) 

15.530 

14,507 

1 ,023 

(C) 

22.876 

14.500 

8.375 

51 .013 

14.942 

24.936 
1 iSOo 
7.832 

15.598 

7.239 

6.967 

272 

38.042 

3.044 

13.966 

9.021 

3.473 

(D) 

7.242 

488 

10.812 



15.509 

14.004 

845 

183 

310 

1 .267 

1 1 .433 

10.771 

662 

1 1 ,809 
8,319 
3.49C 



138 

133 
5 

(D) 
16 
65 
5'' 
I 1 
20 
87 

IDl 



1 .429 

1 .212 

4' 

16 

30 
129 

1 .199 

1 .061 

138 

1 .234 
77? 
462 

950 
123 
141 
(D) 
472 
437 
35 
(D) 

432 
274 
158 

780 

356 

427 

27 

147 

253 

215 
201 



744 
46 
250 
155 
70 
(0) 
184 



400 

338 

18 



437 

414 

23 

364 
219 

145 



114 

1 12 

2 

(D) 
16 
57 
55 

1 1 

16 

71 

(01 



6.179 



293 

240 



10 
25 

324 

309 

15 

264 
175 

88 



25 

22 

3 

(D) 



(PI 



959 


442 


ell 


332 


23 


33 


1 1 


23 


21 


8 


93 


40 


68r 


282 


775 


238 


105 


4 4 


832 


1"0 


593 


41 


239 


59 


579 


124 


90 


18 


100 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


353 


48 


328 


(NA) 


25 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


397 


90 


250 


59 


147 


27 


748 


65 


278 


186 


397 


60 


26 


3 


135 


42 


236 


15 


159 


'3 


15? 


, (na) 

(NA) 


7 


548 


273 


46 




223 


95 


148 


7 


58 


^7 


(D) 


(d) 



(D) 
1 1 



156 
133 

8 
3 

2 
10 

134 

123 

1 1 



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 establishments without payroll which could not te classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents zero. 



29-12 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishmente 



Total ^ 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DollafB) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 

(Number) 



MERRIMACK COUNTY--Con. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores- - 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home fumishiogs, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home fumisiiings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasohoe service sutioas- 



Lumber, bide, matls., hardware, {arm equip, dealers, total. 
Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores _. 



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 

Book, stationery stor«s 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



NoDstore retailers. 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 
Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total , 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, driokitig places, total. 

Eatmg places 

Drinking places 



General merchaodise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores — 

Men's, twys' clothing and fumisiiings stores. 

Family clotiiing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores — 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home fumishiogs, appliance dealers. 

Furniture, home fumisiiings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



AutomotiTe group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, (um equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers — 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Dmg stores. 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores. 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores.. 



65 

10 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2« 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7 

56 
27 
27 



32 
(/<A) 
(NA) 



277 

212 

22 



2t« 

19U 

20 



(NA) 
(NA) 
35 
(NA) 
(NA) 



23 
(NA) 
(NA) 



20 

15 

5 

5 

30 
15 
15 



157 

124 

6 

3 

10 

14 

170 

150 

20 



102 

6 

44 

13 

4 

5 

29 

1 



Noostore retailers 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



3 1 097 

610 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 I 036 

(NA) 

(NA) 

284 

ll902 
924 
962 



3.914 

3l7«2 

322 

1 f645 

lt775 

2.187 

(NA) 
(NA) 

14.920 

1 ,405 

6.234 

5.225 

206 

282 

1 .304 

128 

1 .077 



87.146 

22.790 
20.740 
626 
4?5 
299 
694 

6.612 

6.275 

537 



1 .884 
2.304 

3.941 
724 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 .925 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2.443 

1.470 

973 

16.564 

5.914 

6.015 

629 

3.671 

1 .755 

1 .643 
(NA) 
(NA) 

15.031 

3.617 

5.445 

3.600 

325 

?51 

1 .408 

55 

1 .805 



2.867 
(Dl 
465 
536 

1 .012 
862 
150 
(Dl 

1 .594 
788 
806 



3.088 

3.522 

(Dl 

(D) 

1 .767 

1 .945 

1 .487 

45B 

14.574 

1 ,405 

6.208 

5.209 

206 

(D) 

(D) 

102 



785 



80.758 

20.272 
18.806 
420 
301 
263 
482 

6.434 

5.897 

537 

3.858 
1 .676 
2.182 

3.789 
684 

973 

299 

1 .833 

1 .589 

244 



2.227 

1 .364 

863 



4.996 

(D) 

(Dl 

3.569 

1 .755 

(01 
(Dl 
246 

14.289 

3.617 

5.247 

(01 

281 

251 

1 .128 

(Dl 

1 .26° 



318 
55 



25 
31 

219 

124 

95 



204 

536 
(D) 
(0) 
172 

241 

200 

41 

1 .003 

51 

378 

272 

42 

54 

197 



7.761 

1 .305 
1.161 
28 
14 
35 
67 

1 .320 

1.234 

86 

461 
135 
326 

427 
72 
95 
25 
235 
202 
33 



308 
198 
1 10 

1 .4-^7 

377 

677 

54 

376 

247 

203 
174 
29 

1 .012 

92 

534 

(D) 

49 

19 

144 

(01 

214 



5.443 

951 

828 

1 .109 

1 .958 

1 .54? 

416 

597 

3.855 
2.218 
1 .637 



4.101 

9.529 
(D) 
(D) 

3.344 

4.599 
3.709 

890 

19.123 

989 

7.498 

4.590 

726 

687 

4.463 

170 

1 .555 



151 .199 

27.323 

23.957 

724 

223 

565 

1 .854 

25.920 

24.069 

1 .851 

9.356 
3.064 
6.292 

8.108 
1 .285 
1 .532 

451 
4.740 
4.300 

44" 



6.567 
4.240 
2.327 



8.095 

12.98C 
1 .1 50 
7.184 
4.646 

3.298 

2.860 

438 

18.734 

1.751 

10.477 

(D) 

67? 

404 

2.315 

(Dl 

4.78? 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 
Group totals nay Include data for establlBbmeDtB vlthout payroll which could not be claselfled by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) ) 



4.865 
842 
754 
958 
1 .769 
1 .356 
413 
542 

3.522 
2.127 
1 .395 



3.173 

8.490 
(D) 
(D) 

3.064 

4.231 
3.391 

840 

18.294 

989 

7.010 

4.548 

726 

618 

4.233 

170 

1 .412 



139.630 

23.364 

20.48O 

654 

162 

414 

1 .654 

23.636 

21.931 

1 .705 

7.839 
2.614 
5.225 

7.232 
1 .199 
1 .543 

444 
4.046 
3.657 

389 



6.291 
4.024 
2.257 



7.225 

12.644 
1 .144 
7.024 
4.47t 

3.058 

2.634 

424 

18.050 

1,751 

10.21 1 

(D) 

672 

386 

1 .995 

(Dl 

4.685 

s than $500. 



47 


1 \0 


21 


15 


19 


17 


31 


21 


60 


44 


49 


34 


1 1 


1r 


16 


13 


72 


59 


34 


31 


38 


28 



177 
(0) 
(D) 



136 
lO" 
28 

368 
15 

140 



618 
520 



29 
45 

864 

810 

54 

284 

84 

20O 

220 

30 

34 

I 2 

144 

128 



1 16 
75 

43 

436 

176 

239 
22 
126 



86 
73 

13 

358 
27 

181 

(D) 
17 
15 
65 

(Dl 



61 

145 
(Dl 
(D) 
62 

113 
87 
26 

327 
15 

123 
75 
12 
13 
85 



420 

347 

14 

4 

17 

38 

681 
634 

47 

184 
60 
124 

169 
22 
29 
11 

107 
95 
12 



106 
65 

40 

415 

129 

218 
21 
116 



157 

(D) 

17 

13 

45 

(Dl 



5" 

. Represents zero. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



29-13 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Esublishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



STRAFFORD COUNTY 

Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eating, drioking places, total 

Eating places '. 

Drinking places 

General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores , 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores _. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothjng. specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores __. 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total ... 

Fumitiu«, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores _, 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service sulions 

Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building mateiiab, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores 

Nonstore retailers 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



175 
144 



T? 



(NA) 

(NA) 

3 

37 



1 1 
b 

5 
36 



?5 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



101 

85 

2 

3 

3 



Sales 



Total, all 

establrsh- 

ments' 

(tl.(X)0) 



56t571 

161669 
151816 
(Dl 
171 
169 
(D) 

2i907 

2t559 

349 

3|777 
1 ,959 
1 ,806 

3t913 

432 

951 

(D) 

1 1573 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

2l567 
1 l360 
1 1?C7 



3tl 10 

41820 
IDI 
(D) 

ll272 

1 i?e4 

1 ,065 
219 

8i564 

1,257 

2ie05 

(D) 

396 

193 

1 ,532 

(Dl 

''55 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 

($1.(X)0) 



52i775 

14i965 
14i292 
(Dl 
109 
69 
(Dl 

2i757 

2i409 

34 8 

3i613 

1 i807 
1 i805 

31685 
338 
951 
(D) 
1 l439 
1 i283 
156 
(0) 

2i441 
(Dl 
(D) 



2i694 

4i688 
(Dl 
(D) 

1 i206 

1 1284 

1 l065 

219 

7i896 

1 ,257 

2i717 

(01 

338 

193 

1 i442 

(Dl 

225 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



926 

833 

(D) 

3 

7 
(D) 

570 

530 

40 

480 
209 
271 

412 

29 

95 

(D) 

151 

130 

21 

(D) 

343 
202 
141 



202 

494 
(Dl 
(D) 
128 

146 

128 

18 

749 

49 

295 

(D) 

52 

29 

222 

(D) 

24 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUan) 



98i7J7 

17i909 

16i423 

(Dl 

77 

145 

(D) 

1 1 i563 

10i572 

991 

8i534 
3i320 
5i214 

7i429 
519 

1 i587 
(D) 

3i002 

2l449 
553 
(01 

6i575 

3i509 
3i057 



4i420 

1 Oil 64 

(Dl 

(D) 

2i745 

3i014 

2i559 

455 

15il64 

974 

6i058 

(D) 

1 il52 

624 

4i743 

(Dl 

722 



FuU 
workweek 



90i703 

15i625 
14i351 
(Dl 
65 
55 
(D) 

10i042 

9il77 

855 

7i523 
3i040 
4i«83 

5i739 
465 

li532 
(D) 

2i470 

1 1955 

505 
(01 

6i355 
3i46U 
2i901 

12i966 

4i045 

9i492 
(D) 
(D) 

2i545 

2i639 

2 1368 

271 

14t70U 

974 

6i036 

(D) 

1 il25 

577 

4i423 

(Dl 

563 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Numberl 



407 
367 
(Dl 
5 
4 
(D) 

380 

348 

32 



31 

(D) 
98 

80 



198 
(Dl 
(D) 
55 

71 
59 
14 

291 
15 

103 

(D) 
24 
27 
97 

(01 

14 



FuU 

workweek 

(Numberl 



259 

243 

(Dl 

1 

2 

(D) 

260 

235 

25 

190 

56 

124 

148 
10 
25 

(D) 
64 
51 
13 

(Dl 

122 
70 
52 



175 
(Dl 
(D) 



51 

43 
8 

253 
15 
100 
(D) 
22 
19 
73 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



190 
151 
(Dl 
12 
1 1 
(D) 

102 
77 
25 



60 
14 

13 

(D) 

30 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

25 

13 
12 



34 
(Dl 
(D) 



13 
9 



92 

1 

34 

(D) 

15 

s 

27 
(Dl 



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



(Z) Less than $500. 



. . Represents zero. 



29-14 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



MANCHESTER 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores. 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) marketa. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

C"andy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places. 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) - 
Variety stores - 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores. 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores. 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service sutions. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers. 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietaiy stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores - 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers. 



252 

183 

20 

15 

6 

26 

118 
119 



39 
19 
20 

119 

30 

(NA) 

(NA) 

37 

(NA) 

(NA) 

15 

59 

3« 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



^5 

23 

2 

17U 
5 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 

mentsi 

(JI.OOO) 



741 

172 

131 

10 

5 

6 

20 

128 
99 
29 

25 
13 
12 

97 
24 
23 
6 
33 
25 



51 

30 

21 

39 

76 

21 

1 
11 

9 

25 

23 

2 

92 

3 
26 

6 
12 

8 
32 

3 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Sl.OOO) 



1051973 

26<a57 
23t«05 
892 
5U0 
(D) 
(D) 

51261 
(D) 
(D) 

9l639 
(D) 
(D) 

lOlMOO 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

883 

5192-* 
(it 094 
1l809 



6l312 

1*1869 
(D) 

2,040 
(D) 

21032 

(D) 
(D) 

141753 
2,519 
41831 
31866 
1 1166 

(D) 
I ifrlo 

(0) 

2i841 I 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



(Sl.OOO) 



99i775 

24|271 
21 i763 
690 
300 
(D) 
(D) 

5|067 
(0) 

(D) 

(D) 

6,770 

(D) 

(D) 
1 i663 
2|09B 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
285 
861 

(D) 

4|008 

ID) 

16|960 

5 1 590 

(D) 

ID) 

ll932 

2,568 

2,032 
(D) 
101 

13l547 
2,519 
4|I8I 
3i866 
1 1066 

IDl 
I i4a0 

(Dl 

2il95 



1 1 1808 

1 i817 
1 i508 
39 
20 
(D) 
(D) 

lll39 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1 , 127 

(D) 

(D) 
224 
270 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
43 
145 

824 
558 
266 

1 i747 

511 

(D) 
(Dl 
255 
545 

252 

(D) 
(Dl 

1 1123 
86 
417 
234 
130 
(D) 
200 
(01 

577 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Oollani) 



Full 
workweek 



(Dollars) 



226i646 

35i257 

29 1 194 

837 

426 

(d; 
(d: 

221845 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

2 3,646 

(D) 

(D) 

3i925 

5i046 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

958 

2i719 

14i562 
9i700 
4i862 



9i789 

(D) 

(Dl 

4il30 

1 1 l015 

5, 331 
(D) 
10) 

201950 
1 ,677 
8l318 
3l731 
2l726 
(D) 
3.282 
(Dl 

10i310 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



>0il20 

241933 

615 

369 

(D) 
(D) 

191817 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

21,296 

(D) 

iD) 

31439 

4164U 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

848 

2il3B 

14il77 
9l457 
41720 



8l727 

(D) 

(Dl 

41039 

101817 

4,270 
(D) 
(0) 

201261 
1 .677 
8il91 
31667 
2i616 
(D) 
3.054 
(01 

101002 



± 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



825 

666 

31 

I 1 
(D) 
(D) 

739 
(0) 
(0) 

(D) 
493 
(D) 

(D) 
87 
108 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

73 

274 
183 



(D) 

(D) 

IS 

168 

133 
(D) 
(01 

374 

25 

135 



(D) 
76 
(Dl 



537 

438 

13 

8 

(D) 

(D) 

524 

(d; 
(d; 



Proprie- 

toiB (im- 

incorpo- 

rated 

busi- 



only ) ' 
(Number) 



(Dl 
61 
75 
(0) 
(D) 
(D) 
20 
40 

254 
171 
83 



(D) 
(01 
73 
162 

97 
(D) 
(D) 

33J 

25 
127 

57 

41 
(D) 

60 
(01 

182 



267 
196 
23 
16 
(D) 
(0) 

157 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 


(D) 


380 


11 


(D) 


(D) 



(n1 

14 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



53 
29 



(D) 

(D) 

20 

(0) 

21 
(D) 
(D) 



20 
(D) 

45 
(Dl 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( 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 claasified by detailed kind of buBtnees. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 



432272 0-57-7 



CONTENTS 



Table 

101. Retail Trade : 1954- - The State 

lOU. Retail Trade: 1954- and 19-48 - The State 

102. Retail Trade: 195-; - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 

102A. Retail Trade: 19<;8 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 
More 

103. Retail Trade: 1954- - Standard Metropolitan Areas 

103A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 

104. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties With 500 Establishments or More. 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More... 



Page ; 
30-4 
30-5 

30-6 

30-12 
30-13 
30-21 
30-22 
30-36 



List of corrections for this State 
appears at end of chapter. 



30-3 



30-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 101. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Retail trade, total. -. 

Footi 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, Driokiog Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment Btajids) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 

Total 

Departraentstores 

Dry goods, general merchantiise 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, Iwys" 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 Furnishtags, 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 



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 Scatioas 



Total 

Lumber, Bldg. Mads., Hardware, Farm Equipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm ctiuipment 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 

Ftiel dealers (coal, wood) 
Liquefied petroleum g 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers. 

Hay. grain, feed stores 

Farm, garden supply stores 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



6t/,919 



7.801 

i.«07 

31 1 

756 

P. 376 

1 iri?6 

(NA) 

(NA) 

73« 

856 



1 3|U7,? 

5.535 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.295 

6.62« 



2. 1C3 

50 

1 .302 

155 

576 



5.631 
i.022 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
413 
365 



3.226 

2ir68 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

i.iur 

f NA' 
(NA; 
(NA) 



3.371 

I. 097 

580 

523 

127 



2. '11 
126 
ofl9 
36.) 
235 

1 . 1 1 '■ 



1.760 
(NA) 
(NA) 



■,.17 1 
1.13? 
1.72_B 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
211; 
115 



With 
payroll 



7.311 
3.726 
815 
153 
216 
676 
878 
789 
89 
130 
360 



10.522 

1.239 

1.051 

66 

1 19 

983 

5.300 



. 115 
50 

586 
37 

172 



1.213 
782 
127 
1 17 
35 
503 
761 
177 
287 
257 
1.876 
1.189 
203 
181 
331 
233 



2.331 
1.198 
780 
277 
1"1 
836 
316 
370 
1=0 



1 .997 

1.057 

352 

391 

67 

21 



1.913 
1 1? 
699 

261 
161 
7P1 



1.56R 

1.5C1 
61 



5.233 

1. 100 

96? 

711 

51 

568 

26 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments ' 

($1,000) 



217 

87 



6.111.769 



1 .568.770 

1 .211.916 

1 12. 185 

1 1 .676 

21.670 

69.720 

53.129 

(NA) 

(NA) 

13.501 

37.626 



592.105 
301 .262 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

38.726 

251.711 



131. 9C5 

215.897 

75,293 

5.105 

108.158 



181 .080 
79.516 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

V89,818 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

30.809 

13.623 



311.697 
201.539 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
139.961 
(NA) 
(NA)' 
(NA)i 



980.778 

810.185 

72.321 

13.B1 1 

10.131 

7. 171 

1.020 



392.211 
23.7S0 

218.917 
25.l!>5 
20.823 
73.2'9 



152IC97 

(NA) 
(NA) 



669. C62 

128. ■'71 

201 ."87 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

105.317 

1 1 .5^7 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



5.616.137 



1.357.352 

1.093.672 

93.719 

9.392 

15.581 

31.102 

19.795 

13.886 

5.909 

33.832 

26.956 



512.313 

232.351 

270.890 

3.065 

8.399 

31.658 

225.331 



117.509 

215.897 

63.193 

2.035 

106.081 



156.980 

75.002 

10.991 

1 1 .712 

2.025 

50.211 

91 .509 

67.573 

23.936 

66.855 

182.781 

110.1 IB 

6.886 

35.780 

28.523 

12.307 



328.955 

196.215 

137.307 

29.919 

28.989 

132.710 

13.503 

79.063 

10.111 



967.656 

839.019 

65.211 

16.535 

9.265 

6.573 

1 .020 



375.568 
22.912 

215.355 
23.125 
19.283 
61.563 



117.851 

113.128 

1.725 



587.188 

1 15.051 

185.107 

18.321 

8.571 

127.568 

611 

101.271 

10.639 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



105.333 

76.811 

7.151 

786 

1 .170 

3.017 

1 1 .378 

10.365 

973 

2.288 

2.739 



101.152 

61.973 

61 .127 

751 

3.092 

1.715 

31.161 



68,977 

13, 153 

7.822 

1 12 

17.890 



58.090 
9.335 
1.197 
1.683 
262 
6.193 

12. 1 18 
9.312 
2.776 
7.990 

23.197 

18.6=1 
1.008 
3.875 
2.976 
2.171 



11.211 

30,557 

21.281 

1.756 

1.520 

13.657 

5.707 

6.171 

1 .179 



89.817 

78.207 

3.109 

6.521 

1 .271 

290 

1 16 



11.198 
2.613 

27.386 
3.099 
3.232 
8.138 



18.298 

17.833 

165 



58.161 
8.176 

20.170 
5.332 
2.071 

12.913 

81 

5.576 

1 .079 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



12.115.168 



2.013.701 

1.161 .696 

132.871 

11.977 

20.598 

52.135 

236.915 

217.122 

19.527 

11 .297 

53.179 



2.032.912 

1 .256.576 

1 .176.86? 

15.931 

63.779 

97.61" 

678.718 



1 .363.350 
869.1 11 

117.812 

1 .937 

311.157 



1 .106.397 

170.231 

21 .716 

30.926 

5.250 

1 12.312 

222.728 

171.071 

18.657 

150.262 

151.515 

360.311 

20.385 

73.816 

59.852 

18.776 



835.767 

571 .61 : 

391 .310 

9 1 .506 

88.756 

265.157 

1 1 1 .618 

125.099 

28.110 



1 .625.066 

1.393.101 

68.766 

130.562 

21.532 

5.197 

2.90 = 



828.611 
15.816 

512.186 
60.093 
62.820 

117.696 



350.591 

313.782 

6.909 



1.101 .595 

153.218 

336.810 

97.D19 

33.1 11 

255.009 

1 .638 

102.515 

19.51 1 



Full 
workweek 



1 1 .223.716 



1 .812.302 

1.303.726 

125.15C 

13.918 

18.708 

13.561 

220.611 

203.105 

17.536 

37.135 

19.319 



1 .851.315 

1 .163.711 

1 .005.881 

10.307 

57.523 

80.329 

610.272 



1 .200.902 

783.056 

131 .505 

1 .668 

281.573 



967.509 

118.519 

20.086 

25.101 

1.95i 

98.180 

209.253 

163.157 

15.786 

1 12.572 

101 .720 

323.351 

17.711 

60.655 

19.325 

16.020 



808.199 

552.826 

377.952 

90.215 

81.559 

255.373 

108.671 

1 19.072 

27.627 



1.500.111 

1.375.037 

67.181 

125.802 

23.101 

5.197 

2.823 



805.186 
11.172 

502.196 
58.318 
61 .686 

133.211 



3^6.119 

300.265 

6.131 



1 .038.551 

110.159 

777.865 

93.853 

32.716 

219.652 

1 .591 

97.722 

17.82;. 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



37.556 

26.155 

2.21 1 

302 

189 

1.573 

1.815 

1.381 

161 

925 

955 



19.633 

31 .750 

29.683 

557 

1.510 

2.380 

15.003 



31.328 

17.186 

3.285 



22.538 
2.385 

317 

509 

83 

1 .976 

3.392 

2.576 

316 

3.507 

10.503 

8.037 

516 
1 .925 
1 .516 

735 



12.120 
8.118 
5.519 
1.225 
1 .511 
1.002 
1 .659 
1 .887 
116 



20.565 

17.228 

1 .002 

1 .900 

331 

51 



1 1 



37 



665 
712 

6.681 
360 
731 

2.628 



7.158 

5.901 

171 



18.555 

2.803 

5.170 

1.568 

139 

3.130 

33 

1 .585 

321 



FuU 
workweek 



28.250 

19.1 15 

1.851 

258 

381 

1 .123 

1.008 

3.509 

399 

718 

780 



39.993 
25.333 

241958 

138 

1f 177 

1.932 

1 1 .728 



23.670 
11.065 
2.519 



16.193 

2.093 

252 

315 

65 

1 .160 

2.771 

2f 103 

666 

2.019 

7.939 

5.319 

386 

1 .201 

997 

616 



1 1.335 
7.693 
5. Ill 
1.192 
1.357 
3.512 
1,572 
1 .566 
101 



19.335 

16.352 

913 

1 .592 

298 

51 

36 



10.788 
671 

5.383 
795 
753 

2. 185 



5.091 
1.966 

125 



15.835 

2,159 

5.163 

1,112 

123 

3,261 

2? 

1 ,171 

276 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
lated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 

(Number) 



16,277 

7.910 

1.585 

315 

815 

2.525 

1 ,215 

(NA) 

(NA) 

861 

890 



11,311 

6,062 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 ,368 

5,891 



1 ,313 
171 
103 



1,760 
652 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA, 
(NA) 

2,075 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
177 
311 



2,791 
1.7.81 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
987 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



t.6S« 
560 
561 
391 
120 
31 



2.309 

95 

578 

287 

21 1 
1.118 



1.531 

(NA) 
(NA) 



9.187 
1,298 
1,505 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
201 
111 



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 estabhshments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-5 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabUsfa- 

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) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)^ 

(Number) 



Other Retail Stores— CoQ. 



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 — 

OflBce. store machine and equipment dealers- 
Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores - 



NoDSlore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organi2atior. - 
Merchandise vending machine operators- _ . 



au6 
303 
17 
b^b 
2'3b 

66r 
199 
107 

59 
1 17 

5B 
395 
59n 



. 13U 
225 



a2't 

36 

218 

153 

28 

■!86 

136 

231 

33U 

1 17 

31 

43 

71 

38 

395 

176 



8t9 

54 

670 

125 



39,597 

2,1166 

22,U50 

16,662 

1 ,933 

18,909 

12, 491 

17,555 

16>13« 

10,362 

8,37C 

3,767 

3,3U5 

a, 099 

20,280 

1 1,?21 



205,363 
14,101 

131, lUl 
30,621 



31,677 
1 ,921 

16,516 

13.321 
1 ,109 

15.291 
8.820 

12.719 

12.21C 
8.786 
7.661 
3.129 
2.317 
3.659 

20.280 
8.633 



161 .159 
13.509 
89.591 
28.359 



5.296 

133 

2,009 

1 ,105 

1 11 

2,619 

532 

1,119 

1 ,131 

1 .112 

777 

106 

713 

718 

2.856 

1 .517 



22.807 
2.000 

18.286 
2.521 



97.311 
3,817 
39.230 
27.077 
2,052 
18.317 
10.235 
21 ,926 
28,131 
21 ,180 
11,722 
8.068 
13.996 
13.667 
57,051 
32,315 



137,551 
17,912 

335.012 
51.700 



92.173 

3.226 
35.931 
21.821 

1 .78c 
13.911 

9.011 
17.590 
23,783 
20.232 
11.372 

7,511 
13,601 
13,261 
52,096 
31 ,103 



127,615 
15,030 

328.508 
51.107 



1 .587 
107 
806 
177 
15 
97' 
279 
695 
720 
11 « 
213 
113 
200 
189 

1 .061 
565 



5,190 
918 

1,782 
760 



71 
618 
385 

33 

752 
199 
398 
199 
359 
201 
125 
183 
177 
513 
501 



6,005 
510 

1.131 
731 



701 

60 

185 

295 

57 

728 

327 

393 

731 

195 

B2 

57 

1 n 

52 

313 

399 



3.171 

91 

3.190 



Standard Notes: (D) Withlieh! to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not eLsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

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



(Z) Less than SSOO. 



Represents zero. 



Table 101 A. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 







1 9 


5 4 








9 4 8' 






Establishments 


Sales 


EstabUshments 


Sales 


Kind of business 


Total' 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total. aU 

establish- 

ments- 

($1,000) 


EstabUsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

(SI.OOO) 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 




64,919 

15,288 
7,804 
7,426 

13,472 
6,830 
6,624 

2,103 

5,631 
1,022 
4,497 

3,226 

2,371 

5,403 

2,741 

126 

2,597 

1,760 
(NA) 
(KA) 

9,471 
1,432 
1,728 
394 
746 
4,293 

3,453 


40,609 

7,314 
3,726 
3,588 

10,522 
5,222 
5,300 

1,145 

4,243 

782 

3,461 

2,334 

1,897 

3,561 

1,943 

112 

1,831 

1,568 

1,504 

64 

5,233 

1,100 
962 
304 
424 

2,443 

849 


6,144,769 

1,568,730 

1,214,946 

352,510 

592,105 
339,938 
251,741 

434,905 

481,030 
79,546 
399,578 

344,697 

980,738 

323,278 

392,214 

23,350 

368,454 

152,097 
(NA) 
(NA) 

669,062 
128,371 

201,487 
116,854 
39,597 
170,047 

205,863 


5,616,437 

1,357,352 

1,093,672 

263,680 

542,343 
317,012 
225,331 

417,509 

456,980 

75,002 

381,978 

328,955 

967,656 

273,276 

375,568 
22,942 
352,626 

147,851 

143,128 

4,723 

587,488 
115,051 
185,107 
1W,910 
34,677 
137,743 

161,459 


65,132 

19,091 

10,038 

9,053 

14,148 
6,255 

7,893 

1,765 

5,613 

892 

4,721 

3,068 

2,267 

6,133 

2,529 

104 

2,425 

1,731 

1,582 

149 

8,589 
1,398 
1,353 
330 
690 
4,818 

198 


40,529 

8,772 
4,519 
4,253 

10,369 
4,532 
5,837 

1,042 

3,894 

647 

3,247 

2,210 

1,915 

3,525 

1,801 

93 

1,708 

1,464 

1,355 

109 

5,353 

937 

1,111 

281 

459 

2,565 

184 


4,380,798 

1,157,042 
835,146 
321,396 

464,062 
231,694 
232,368 

357,550 

389,958 
63,503 
326,455 

263,242 

590,797 

195,527 

230,708 

17,260 

263,448 

115,852 

108,646 

7,206 

533,843 
86,248 

176,464 
34,562 
39,846 

146,723 

32,217 


3,916,636 




940,811 




707,952 




232,359 




410,108 








197,610 




346,480 




361,625 




58,934 




302,691 




244,490 




579,009 




149,348 


Lumber, bide, mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 


267,441 
16,994 


Lumber, bldg. matls-. supplies, equipment, hardware dealers 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 


250,447 

110,105 
103,818 




6,287 




475,239 




69,570 




171,119 




82,761 




36,485 


Other retail stores 


115,354 
31,930 







Standard Notes: iD) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 

'Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the pubbcations of the 

1954 Censuses in the Introduction. „ u. t, i j 

'Group totals may include data for cstabbshments without payroU which could 



. . . Represents zero. 
1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 1948 and 

not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



30-6 



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- 
tora (unin- 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
pLaces 


;! 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 

(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


1 




64,919 


40,609 


6, 144,769 


5,616,437 


637.044 


227.657 


184,226 


64,295 


15,236 


1 .568,730 


15.472 


592. 105 


? 


Atlantic County 


2,765 


1 ,927 


219,485 


203,335 


26.750 


9.629 


8,554 


2,850 


520 


49,243 


795 


40.894 






1,591 

39 

108 

163 

69 

25 

192 

107 

471 

6.416 


l.lfli 
27 
62 

113 
53 
11 

132 
67 

281 

3,962 


135,043 
3,675 
7,392 

14,554 
4, 362 
1,514 

18,425 
6,784 

27,736 

705, 143 


157,00? 
5,457 
6,550 

15,472 
4, 100 
1 , 150 

17, 171 
6,262 

24, 170 

648,97} 


18.735 

230 

551 

1 , 169 

546 

35 

1,759 

595 

3.062 

69,538 


6.755 

90 

205 

489 

197 

34 

592 

219 

1 ,048 

23,635 


6,1 36 
72 
180 
428 
163 
27 
510 
192 
841 

19, 118 


1,5S4 

46 

121 

185 

62 

28 

228 

108 

490 

6,223 


596 
11 
28 
27 
14 
10 
38 
35 
69 

1,404 


24,694 
1 ,067 
2,114 
3,522 
2,002 
946 
5,033 
3,895 
5,970 

197,061 


492 
1 1 

16 

23 

29 

4 

31 

7 

182 

1.083 


26.948 
268 
488 
921 
1,269 
131 
906 
314 
7,649 

51,865 


















o 








10 




11 


Remainder of County 






194 

64 

83 

184 

53 

23 

77 

127 

101 

46 

340 

253 

134 

168 

350 

68 

608 

76 

52 

50 

89 

247 

61 

71 

49 

121 

41 

155 

167 

38 

83 

89 

92 

277 

65 

197 

75 

58 

1 19 

139 

54 

1 ,078 

1,534 


T45- 

30 
31 

1 12 
35 
17 
57 
79 
59 
36 

2 44 
147 

54 

1 18 

128 
42 

476 
50 
30 
32 
59 

103 
33 
43 
35 
79 
23 
99 

109 
28 
55 
51 
34 

211 
45 

137 
65 
32 
37 

107 
40 

618 

956 


56,548 

3.722 

3.609 

12,771 

4,226 

1 ,601 

9,057 

16,071 

6, 129 

2,519 

44,007 

56,914 

4.750 

21 .395 

18,037 

5,437 

112,003 

8, 150 

4,269 

4,255 

10.636 

15,217 

5,133 

11.431 

5.516 

10,701 

6,343 

14,119 

19,650 

3,795 

7,456 

7,013 

6,079 

44, 099 

12,348 

23.475 

12.032 

4, 410 

4,95 3 

19, 109 

5,544 

90.834 

133.779 


25,196 
3.086 
2.475 

11.165 
3.940 
1 .521 
8,571 

15, 193 
5,443 
2,401 

42,06 5 

54,552 

5, 162 
20,065 
15,241 

4.947 
109.209 
7.566 
5.959 
3,899 
9,784 

11 ,707 
4, 561 

10,771 
5,052 
9,741 
5,955 

12,877 

18, 162 
5,487 
6,702 

6, 107 
4,989 

42,559 

11,762 

22, 147 

1 1 ,870 

5,772 

5.263 

18,571 

4,900 

79,222 

121 ,281 


2,475 

506 

274 

1 ,091 

394 

162 

737 

1 ,498 

716 

405 

4, 186 

3.051 

357 

1.979 

1.458 

525 

14. 071 

770 

525 

376 

775 

1 ,051 

320 

866 

440 

1,017 

590 

1,333 

2,744 

354 

726 

622 

477 

4,583 

1,832 

2,395 

1, 189 

327 

223 

2,142 

669 

9,507 

12.071 


905 
96 
107 
386 
162 
60 
273 
543 
255 
170 

1,308 

1,050 
153 
834 
436 
182 

4,685 
258 
165 
126 
237 
590 
102 
275 
195 
369 
169 
480 

1,066 
158 
502 
213 
161 

1.388 
432 
828 
442 
133 
87 
665 
241 

5,170 

4.855 


716 

70 

89 

318 

124 

55 

207 

372 

221 

150 

1 , 133 

345 

122 

658 

372 

152 

3,809 

221 

137 

96 

202 

305 

38 

206 

116 

259 

136 

335 

857 

103 

255 

184 

125 

1,177 

375 

693 
329 
100 
66 
559 
192 
2,608 

3.352 


177 

65 

37 

134 

47 

24 

79 

129 

96 

36 

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248 

159 

153 

590 

59 

495 

78 

40 

49 

89 

266 

58 

75 

52 

144 

34 

144 

157 

32 

75 

90 

87 

239 

67 

173 

77 

57 

140 

107 

55 

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23 
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24 
20 
25 

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52 
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127 
19 
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15 
16 
14 
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328 


5,967 
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5,071 
1 ,466 
176 
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6,830 

1, 184 

383 

10,550 

13,103 

1,304 

5,377 

5, 354 

2. 121 
16,515 

2.567 
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1,988 
853 
5,613 
2,350 
2,728 
3,217 
5,452 
1 ,877 
5,417 
1 ,924 
757 
2,032 
1 ,746 
2,333 

12,540 
4,942 
6,962 
5,418 
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1,333 
6,278 
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31,056 

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1,211 

258 

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788 

531 

272 

478 

983 

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1,065 

1,753 

1 ,495 

884 

2,390 

1,609 

(D) 

5,230 

618 

478 

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156 

280 

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323 

1,116 

5,611 

271 

1,195 

771 

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311 

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8.524 

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9.352 
3.398 

88,742 

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8,024 

19,251 
8,676 
3,228 

79,958 

313,506 


181 
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1 ,762 
777 
289 

8,326 

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88 
280 
711 
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3,315 

13,398 


63 
215 
614 
269 
102 
2,584 

10,693 


66 
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227 
93 
23 
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17 
21 
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25 
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5.555 
2,322 
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22,159 

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183 

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58 
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168,768 
5,325 

20,848 
9,671 

19,643 
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1 ,509 

22, 179 

4,288 

8,871 

904 

4,729 

904 

63,707 

78,006 


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1,530 

154, 136 

4,111 
19,540 

8,717 
18, 101 

8,761 

1 ,263 
21,683 

5,584 

8,281 
818 

4,227 

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396 
242 
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18,700 
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2,215 
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414 

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6, 166 

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6.499 

199 

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382 

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277 

76 

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312 

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2,580 

2,954 


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5,330 

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Haddonf ield 


71 






73 
74 






Oaklyn 


76 
77 
78 

79 






Wood-I^mne 

Remainder of County 






145 
81 
284 
372 
404 

1 .299 


95 

67 

210 

288 

222 

805 


8,171 

3,741 

18,413 

26,548 

21,133 

1 34, 308 


7,207 

3,503 

17,313 

25,014 

17,831 

123.804 


779 

414 

1 .968 

2,818 

1 ,656 

11 .881 


404 
222 
752 
893 
683 

4.513 


343 
176 
655 
793 
579 

3.666 


144 
77 
296 
404 
451 

1 .329 


24 
12 
55 
67 
89 

294 


2,562 

671 

5,554 

7,334 

560 

30.454 


37 

44 

67 

133 

100 

177 


1,200 
1,266 
2,416 
5, 147 
3,366 

6.938 


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North Wildwood 


83 


Ocean City 


85 

fift 


Remainder of County 

Cumberland County 

Millville 


87 

PP 


357 
259 
513 
170 


239 
161 
293 

1 12 


39,680 
21,913 
62,490 
10,225 


37.622 

19,467 

57,556 

9, 159 


4, 142 
1,315 

5, 135 
741 


1 ,544 
732 

1 ,898 
359 


1,285 
567 

1 ,559 
255 


332 
253 
552 
192 


94 
61 
88 

51 


9,437 

5,955 

11 ,639 

5,423 


33 
58 
66 
55 


1,517 
1.395 
2,852 

1 , 174 






90 


Remainder of County 



Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( NA ) Not available. XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 















Kind-of -business 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- 
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Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers 


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(No.) 


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(Number) 


($1,000) 


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($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




2.103 


'»3i*.905 


5,651 


481,080 


3,226 


344,697 


2,371 


980.738 


5.403 


323.278 


2.741 


392.214 


1.750 


152,097 


9.471 


669.062 


3,453 


205.863 


1 


70 


11,228 


251 


18.430 


1 14 


9.900 


82 


24.205 


205 


10.014 


84 


10.172 


75 


7.211 


478 


31.230 


91 


5.957 


2 


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9.200 


179 


15,637 


73 


7.437 


30 


12.525 


59 


3,658 


36 


5.850 


45 


4.724 


305 


17.565 


43 


4.794 


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17.858 


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3 


224 


7 


224 


2 


ID) 


57 


a 


802 


21 


1 .184 


17 


1.219 


12 


5.498 


26 


1 .210 


6 


717 


5 


451 


34 


2.086 


8 


214 


58 


1 


ID) 


8 


305 


4 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


18 


2.523 


4 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


1 1 


907 


2 


ID) 


59 


2 


ID) 


• •• 




1 


ID) 


3 


ID) 


6 


156 


2 


ID) 


1 


10) 


3 


19 


• •• 


• • • 


60 


^6 


3.295 


57 


(") 


40 


2.506 


50 


15.432 


145 


8.534 


45 


7.761 


18 


1 .872 


159 


10.669 


45 


3.215 


61 


123 


23.540 


345 


18.404 


155 


19.918 


113 


64.981 


318 


23.657 


151 


21 .925 


107 


8.142 


530 


33.719 


198 


8.955 


■62 


2 


(D) 


3 


52 


4 


77 


2 


(D) 


1 1 


846 


6 


(D) 


5 


295 


10 


652 


6 


46 


63 


1 


ID) 


2 


■ (D) 


• • • 


• •• 


• •• 


• • • 


5 


IBT 


3 


375 


1 


(Dl 


4 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


64 1 


• •• 




1 


(D) 


1 


ID) 


• • • 


• • • 


5 


185 


1 


10) 


• • • 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


• •• 


*• • 


65 


65 


20.075 


197 


12.249 


89 


15.484 


42 


27.787 


97 


8.155 


62 


10.808 


49 


3.246 


217 


13.166 


60 


5.772 


66 


1 


10) 


5 


222 


2 


ID) 


• •• 


• •• 


10 


508 


2 


ID) 


2 


(0) 


9 


656 


3 


31 


67 


7 


695 


25 


755 


7 


355 


4 


4.257 


18 


1.047 


14 


1 .488 


10 


503 


35 


1 .895 


13 


532 


68 


4 


ID) 


5 


83 


4 


344 


9 


954 


11 


725 


5 


ID) 


3 


131 


20 


1.073 


7 


53 


69 


6 


ID) 


27 


2.537 


20 


1.331 


6 


2.187 


15 


913 


7 


260 


6 


792 


37 


(d) 


1 7 


399 


70 


2 


ID) 


13 


313 


4 


44 


1 


ID) 


2 


10) 


3 


134 


3 


325 


1 1 


358 


1 1 


115 


71 


• • • 


• a ■ 






1 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


1 


101 


• •• 


• • • 


• •• 


• •• 


4 


(D) 


1 


ID) 


72 


a 


ID) 


7 


343 


2 


ID) 


8 


ID) 


12 


752 


8 


755 


3 


387 


27 


2.077 


3 


ID) 


73 


1 


101 


4 


1 12 


2 


ID) 


2 


(D) 


1 1 


1 .330 


4 


68 


2 


(D) 


9 


237 


7 


54 


74 


*• • 
1 


(d) 


10 
4 


269 

64 


3 


ID) 


4 


4.474 


6 

4 


424 

154 


6 

1 


328 

(D) 


3 


180 


1 1 

7 


584 
(D) 


7 


136 


75 
76 


1 


(0) 


3 


80 


5 


255 


1 


(D) 


8 


360 


2 


10) 


2 


ID) 


5 


355 


4 


40 


• 77 


2 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


• • • 




• •• 


■ • • 


2 


ID) 


■ •• 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 


5 


254 


4 


14 


78 


26 


1 ,011 


37 


821 


20 


1 .239 


33 


(D) 


103 


(D) 


37 


6.085 


18 


1 .640 


115 


9.381 


54 


1 . 109 


79 


53 


4,577 


68 


3.041 


52 


2.233 


45 


12.534 


1 19 


3.957 


55 


5.409 


33 


. 1.755 


190 


7.365 


42 


902 


80 


7 


333 


7 


343 


6 


176 


6 


1 . 376 


20 


593 


7 


495 


5 


256 


24 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


81 


5 


92 










2 


(d) 


9 


306 


1 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


6 


256 






82 


10 
15 
16 


1,745 

1 .786 

619 


22 

27 
12 


750 

• 1 .575 

372 


13 

15 
18 


373 

1,369 
315 


12 
11 
14 


3.945 

4.370 

(D) 


17 
15 
58 


755 

605 
1 .707 


16 
1 1 

21 


1 .171 

1 .057 

(D) 


12 
9 
5 


537 
629 
(D) 


48 
60 
52 


1 .024 

2. 264 

(D) 


12 

9 

19 


142 
409 
(D) 


83 
84 
85 






1 39 


7.813 


64 


5.482 


64 


19.404 


142 


5.745 


90 


12.417 


22 


2.503 


203 


31,145 


73 


2.409 


36 


8 

8 

20 

5 


2.216 
984 

5.053 
745 


'6^ 

39 
26 
63 

1 


2.634 
(D) 

3.022 
ID) 


26 

17 

20 

1 


2.378 
(D) 

1.941 
(D) 


23 

14 
24 

3 


5.497 

5.331 

7.352 

224 


36 
31 
51 
24 


2.452 
1 .285 
1.905 
1 .092 


19 
15 
37 
19 


3.537 
1 .698 
5.545 
1 .637 


7 
5 
8 

2 


753 

(0) 

1.258 

ID) 


53 
38 
88 
24 


6.701 

2.249 

20.422 

1.773 


14 
6 

48 
5 


1 .538 

132 

700 

39 


87 
88 
69 
90 



30-8 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Tabic 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



County and city 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, aU 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Sl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Food stores 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 

(Sl.OOO) 



Eating, drinking 
places 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Essex County 

Belleville 

Bloomfield 

Caldwell 

East Orange 

Glen aidge 

Irvington 

Montclair 

Neuar)c 

Nutley 

Orange 

South Orange 

Verona 

West Caldwell 

West Orange 

Remainder of County. 



10.8 77 



Gloucester County 

Clayton 

Glassboro 

Paulsboro 

Pitman 

Westvllle 

Woodbury 

Remainder of County. 



Hudson County 

Bayonne 

Guttenberg 

Harrison 

Hoboken 

Jersey City 

Kearny 

Secaucus 

Union City 

West New York 

Remainder of County. 



Hunterdon County 

Flemington 

Lambertville 

Remainder of County. 



Mercer County 

Hightstown 

Princeton 

Trenton 

Remainder of County. 



Middlesex County 

Carteret 

Dunellen 

Highland Park 

Metuchen 

Middlesex 

Miiltown 

New Brunswick 

Perth Amboy 

Sayreville 

South Amboy 

South Plainf ield 

South River 

Remainder of County. 



Monmouth County 

Asbury Park 

Atlantic Highlands 

Belinar 

Bradley Beach 

Eatontown 

Fair Haven 

Freehold 

Highlands 

Keansburg 

Keyport 

Little Silver 

Long Branch 

Manasquan 

Matawan 

Neptwie City 

Oceanport (Fort Monmouth). 

Red Bank 

Rumson 

Union Beach 

West Loag flrducli 

Remainder of County 



335 

50« 
121 
759 

21 
784 
«35 
5,055 
226 
500 
121 
IIS 

19 
282 
560 

1 i152 



US 

9tt 

120 

98 

59 

163 

570 

8,027 



95 3 
105 
240 
7«1 
3, t78 
32 5 
96 
987 
567 
537 

601 



114 

85 

"02 

3,168 



85 
210 
,509 
361* 



151 

92 

119 

13« 

U6 

KB 

760 

7 32 

102 

129 

75 

203 

963 

3,7h2 



56 

UO 

97 

75 

28 

212 

61 

132 

1U2 

2U 

392 

9U 

84 

61 

21 

370 

39 

36 

30 

1 , 100 



6.771 



167 

328 

93 

503 

7 

460 

311 

3,707 

132 

318 

93 

71 

11 

182 

388 

664 



28 
46 
15 
96 

1 
74 
61 
660 
20 
46 
2t 
13 

I 
23 
57 



18 
54 
84 
62 
43 
137 
266 



589 

55 

136 

473 

,132 

199 

46 

621 

339 

307 



61* 

4 

18 

47 

263 

30 

5 

74 

45 

43 

52 



76 

55 

238 

1 ,972 



"57 
168 

1 ,491 
256 

2,228 



15 
25 

2^^ 



91 
62 
77 
92 
26 
24 
508 
466 
44 
77 
43 
107 
61 1 



15 

21 

3 

3 

84 
69 
5 
8 
4 
17 
77 

324 



408 
48 

124 
51 
49 
22 

132 
35 
76 
94 
18 

248 
70 
46 
35 
17 

262 
25 
12 
20 

698 



567 



1 ,093,441 



841 
197 
389 
905 
168 
306 
623 
971 
629 
109 
449 
225 
281 
362 
092 

851 



24|601 
41.781 
14.645 
91,231 
876 
68.380 
59.417 
610. 2 49 
18.389 
42.065 
23,915 
12.483 
1.199 
21.188 
63.022 

87.037 



136.592 
2,655 
4.547 
1 .553 

11 .550 

87 

7.536 

6,935 

81 ,766 

1 ,773 

4,946 

2.460 

1 .384 

95 

2.620 

6.585 

8.093 



47.707 



793 
1 .693 

573 

3.986 

27 

2.471 

2.257 

29, 1 32 

562 
1 .651 

766 

413 
38 

958 
2.387 

3.172 



38 . 831 



657 
1 .268 
377 

3.413 

25 

1 .928 

1 .894 

23.848 

432 

1 .359 

565 

3 56 

27 

802 

1 .880 

2.428 



3irr 

479 
1 13 
720 

17 
753 
381 
,953 
250 
459 

93 
1 13 

20 
277 
530 



272.08 6 



145 

18 

170 

2 

215 

99 

.644 

56 

123 

25 

27 

5 

68 

115 

268 



7.851 

14.723 

5.835 

23,104 

ID) 

21,395 

15,875 

125,871 

8,224 

12,761 

6,017 

3.131 

333 

7,066 

(D) 

23.902 



2.155 



63 
73 
26 
77 

1 12 
36 
,447 
45 
92 
10 
20 
2 
79 
73 



2.346 
8.049 
7.382 
9, 1 16 
4.120 
26.185 
29.839 

531 .832 



17B 
704 
612 
790 
390 
2.490 
2.929 

59,770 



73 
291 
277 
299 
178 
889 
1 .165 



54 
224 
210 
233 
120 
731 
856 

17,631 



46 

96 

127 

97 

68 

158 

606 

7,371 



57,464 

3.639 

16.918 

42.234 

233,710 

27,893 

4.578 

65.716 

40.755 

37.925 

47.451 



6,041 

415 

1 .288 

5.099 

26,679 

3,042 

4B3 

8.146 

4.810 

3.757 

4.1 49 



2.260 

160 

557 

1 .876 

9,663 

918 

205 

3.124 

1 .653 

1 .274 

1 .478 



1 ,844 

133 

422 

1 .544 

7,948 

7 35 

136 

2.509 

1 .285 

1 .075 

1 .259 



335 
869 
564 
232 

446 



15,143 

5,448 

26.860 

309,968 



14.827 
24,827 
222, 346 
47,968 

301 ,272 



1 ,615 

502 

2,031 

37, 114 



207 
915 
960 
380 
397 
378 
360 
313 
607 
775 
705 
815 
633 

246 



8,829 

8,221 

14,442 

20,332 

2,833 

2,604 

79,370 

63.801 

4. 149 

7.618 

3.949 

15,797 

69,327 

298,104 



1 ,149 
3,255 
28.21 3 
4,496 

33,104 



514 
208 
756 

13,48 



474 
165 
620 

10,801 



927 
1 12 
249 
720 
3,370 
329 
99 
960 
558 
547 

629 



12 
16 
38 
16 
10 
33 
143 

2, 341 



298 
26 
67 

i203 

1 ,066 

90 

12 

257 

152 

170 

100 



492 
2,723 
3,179 
2,426 
1,667 
5,691 
7,724 

181 , 346 



108 

85 

435 



369 
452 
009 
083 
363 
163 
531 
528 
020 
334 
205 
825 
894 
246 
385 
271 
447 
708 
112 
729 



55,565 
4,314 

15.543 
5,519 
4, 851 
3.137 

18.553 
2.048 
7.668 

10.492 
3, 121 

28,801 
7,306 
4,310 
2. 721 
2.037 

47.439 

1.526 

542 

2.521 

70,090 



704 

652 

1 .264 

2.070 

290 

304 

9,645 

7.882 

443 

748 

383 

1 ,349 

7.369 

33,784 



393 
1.318 

1C.02 7 
1 .750 

II ,983 

270 

242 

401 

590 

105 

143 

3.604 

2.7 36 

128 

275 

153 

419 

2.817 

11,816 



7,685 
456 

1 .499 
688 
638 
295 

1 .806 
203 
653 

1 .282 
258 

2.977 
733 
440 
387 
331 

5.082 

171 

42 

372 

7,785 



2,454 
158 
529 
215 
266 
114 
661 

79 
230 
534 

81 

1 .044 

237 

169 

171 

37 
1 .707 

75 

21 

103 

2,931 



313 
957 

8,206 
1 .325 

9,311 
209 
1 88 
31 1 
544 
77 
74 

2.873 

2,208 
108 
219 
120 
3 55 

2.024 

9,943 



3.211 



89 

175 

2,568 

379 

3.395 



10 

3a 

669 
71 

824 



167 
102 
1 16 
1 14 

47 

48 
658 
572 

97 
1 17 

83 
197 
967 

3,722 



44 

29 

33 

23 

10 

17 

159 

161 

21 

30 

16 

65 

216 

714 



,104 
144 
438 
176 
230 

85 
556 

66 
162 
417 

71 
878 
208 
139 
152 

32 
1 .451 

60 

14 

85 
2,475 



499 
44 

167 
98 
82 
28 

214 
69 

137 

141 
25 

393 

102 
80 
68 
27 

348 

40 

45 

30 

,085 



21 ,892 

1 ,522 

4,045 

16,273 

83,475 

8,611 

9 38 

18,411 

15, 156 

11 ,023 

12.146 



1 1 
21 
4 
16 
15 
118 

1 ,838 



185 
34 
84 

222 

749 
66 
36 

244 
92 

126 



3.799 
2.289 
6.060 

74.084 



2.128 
5.808 
56.280 
9.868 

84.398 



19 
39 
519 



4.152 

4.163 

5.346 

7.192 

1 .481 

940 

15.359 

14,294 

2,009 

3,142 

651 

5,316 

20,353 

82,7 36 



160 
143 



44 
243 



8,417 
1.679 
5.123 
3,029 

859 
2.149 
5.555 
1.008 
5.766 
2.656 

769 
8.872 
2,218 
2,168 

282 

(D)' 
11,237 

(d) 

476 

475 
18, 154| 



153 
15 
47 
17 
16 

4 
30 
22 
39 
31 

1 
82 
15 
25 
17 
11 
53 
14 
14 

3 
278 



2,362 
3,703 
1 ,267 
5,594 

4,867 
1 ,908 
75,749 
1 ,504 
4,707 
1 ,122 
1 ,230 

(D) 
5,539 

(D) 

7,355 



10) 
485 
(D) 
145 I 
560 
788 
4,559 

68,803 



7,013 
824 
2,129 
7,468 
31 ,942 
2.605 
1 ,340 
b,166 
2,808 
4.508 

3.658 



575 

489 
2.594 

28.423 



781 
2,393 
21 ,425 
3,823 

34,630 



1,087 

689 

581 

1 ,536 

434 

953 

7,229 

5.093 

1 .022 

900 

1 .232 

1 ,144 

12,730 

38.803 



6.511 
584 

2,141 
607 

1,111 
72 

1.137 
766 
915 

1 ,519 
(D) 

2,913 
615 
526 
725 

1 ,747 

2,41 1 

445 

306 

(D) 

13,241 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( N A ) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-9 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
KinJ-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 

















Kind-of-business group - Continued 


















Genera] 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 


! 


Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




EsUb- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




3 


lish- 


Sales 


hsh- 


Sales 


hsh- 


Sales 


hsh- 


SalpR 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


hsh- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Salffi 


ments 




ments 




ment^ 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(»1.000l 


(Number) 


(S1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


( Number 1 


($1.0001 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




298 


142,013 


989 


1271379 


567 


70.626 


313 


190,988 


690 


43.173 


365 


41 i476 


352 


29.329 


1 ,603 


1 14,451 


597 


35.765 


1 


7 


560 


18 


882 


12 


892 


15 


8.302 


28 


TT555 


13 


1 i570 


9 


776 


52 


1 ,830 


23" 


2.307 


2 


16 


2i299 


38 


4i565 


26 


2.848 


24 


7.508 


47 


2i330 


15 


1 lOl 1 


23 


1.740 


72 


4,857 


24 


512 


3 


n 


389 


10 


1 1440 


7 


958 


5 


1 .794 


1 1 


681 


9 


(d) 


8 


662 


21 


1 ,714 


2 


(Dl 


4 


18 


et289 


112 


1 3 1 666 


47 


5193'' 


32 


191171 


73 


31855 


26 


2.566 


29 


2.151 


144 


10,779 


31 


1 .793 


5 


• •• 


• •• 


• ■■ 


• • • 


• • • 


• •■ 


4 


208 


1 


(Dl 


3 


43 


1 


(D) 


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310 


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268 


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116 


20.544 


85 


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40 


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322 


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42 


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250 


24 1 074 


149 


17,219 


72 


29.923 


191 


12.759 


79 


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305 


19.795 


126 


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43 


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20 


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56 


3.862 


25 


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23 


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58.279 


377 


2 1 . 1 05 


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496 


29.978 


156 


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16 


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14 


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9 


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48 


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18 


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24 


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30-10 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



County and city 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

{Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(tl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 



only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Food stores 



Estab- 
Ush- 
ments 

(Number) 



Sales 

(tl.OOO) 



Eating, drinking 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numljer) 



Sales 

(tl.OOO) 



Morris County 

Boonton 

Butler 

Chat)iaiii 

Dover 

Lincoln Pari! 

Madison 

Morr Is Plains 

Morrlstown 

Mountain Lakes 

Roclcatfay 

Wharton 

Remainder of County. 



Ocean County 

Point Pleasant 

Point Pleasant Beac)i. 
Remainder of County . 



Passaic County 

Bloomingdale 

Clifton 

Haledon 

Hawtliorne 

North Haledon 

Passaic 

Paterson 

Pompton Laltes 

Prospect Parlt, 

Totowa 

Wanaque 

West Paterson 

Remainder of County. 



Salem County 

Penns Grove 

Salem 

Remainder of County., 

Somerset County 

Bernardsvllle 

Bound Brooli 

Manville 

North Plainfield 

Raritan 

Somervl lie 

South Bound BrooK... 
Remainder of County. 



Sussex County 

FVanklin 

Newton 

Remainder of County. 

Union County 

Elizabeth 

Fanvood 

Garwood 

Kenilworth 

Linden 

New Providence 

Plainfield 

Rahway 

Roselle 

Roselle Parli 

Summit. , . 

Weatfield 

Remainder of County. . 



Warren County 

tiacliettstown 

Plilllipsburg 

Washington 

Remainder of County. . 



150 
85 
79 

2im 

2tt 

119 

ttU 

388 

15 

65 

60 

91 1 

1.556 



72 
122 
1,362 

5,lt'* 



ttO 

708 
92 

157 

3« 

1 •1116 

2,226 

111 
1*8 
62 
75 
21 

384- 

^Ui 



163 

177 

274 



68 
199 

95 
lltt 

70 
255 

18 
301 

623 



61 
157 
1105 

4,850 



1,501 

25 

03 

55 

120 

21 

631 

266 

157 

112 

249 

2 39 

1,131 

758 



95 

2ue 

103 
312 



05 
53 

166 
18 
89 
36 

282 
1 1 
39 
22 

539 



51 

95 

850 



213,732 
1 3.960 
779 

870 
378 
667 
007 
880 
250 
252 
131 
268 
898 



10 
108 



2,984| 



28 
392 



690 
1 , 32 6 
87 
18 
38 
29 
13 
216 

392 



99 

119 
174 

710 



08 
119 
09 
86 
30 
171 
12 
195 

375 



05 
101 
229 

3,156 



909 
19 
33 

37 
262 

13 
447 
176 
101 

76 
195 
183 
705 

060 



67 
156 

79 
162 



13 

1 

96 

206 

16 

2 

5 



143 
1 

3 

5 

03 

2 

97 

30 

15 

11 

28 

35 

112 



195.574, 
12l550 
809 
092 
146 
529 
659 
502 
056 
218 
559 
268 
246 



32 
1 

13 
6 

56 
1 

1 

54 

116 



706 
101 
837 
515 
193 
820 
679 
441 
828 
855 
859 
267 
032 

008 



6 

67 
6 

12 

87 

186 

15 

2 

5 

1 

1 

27 



871 
342 
795 

B30 



327 
692 
301 
535 
030 
038 
176 
691 

650 



935 
503 
069 
021 
830 
072 
543 
072 
259 
079 
967 
133 
964 

235 



131 
1 



93 
32 

10 
10 
27 
30 

102 



617 
078 
950 
576 



21 ,447 

1 .JU3 
070 
510 

3,479 
133 

1 <282 
871 

61 767 
136 
093 
138 

5,821 

10.916 



7,524 



723 
1 ,209 
8.880 

47,933 



172 

230 

1 ,253 

06 

035 

262 

2.250 

66 

193 

50 

2,082 

3.808 



5.916 



266 
414 
3, 128 

17,215 



T52 

131 

165 

957 

35 

300 

203 

1 .819 

49 

106 

39 

1 ,674 

3.331 



2.111 



206 
362 
2,763 

13,595' 



108 
90 
73 

220 
20 

1 18 
39 

309 
14 
57 
65 

915 

1.609 



60.264 



16 

52 

7 

33 

8 
75 

2 

10 

IS 

160 

310 



106 
1 .432 



5. 176 



11 

22 

277 



0.688 
1 .210 
3i360 
9.771 

568 

5.919 

2.790 

10,090 

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1.328 

653 

(O) 

32.592 



23 

20 

9 
37 

5 
13 

9 
02 

2 

22 

17 

231 

426 



3.804 

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40 
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198 
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108 
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8,407 

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146 

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125 

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195 

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50 
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10 

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37 

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14 

12 

20 

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70 



2.921 

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0.855 

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23.053 

43, 148 

6, 191 

691 

2,454 

1,161 

272 

8,514 

12.488 



1 ,058 
1,285 
2,029 

10.230 



467 
572 
751 

3.655 



369 
086 
626 



166 
178 
281 



979 
962 
391 
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122 
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944 
307 

360 



700 
1.735 

097 
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3.110 

51 

2,788 



232 

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216 

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19 

1 .003 

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870 

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810 



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537 
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551 
670 

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16, 154 

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310 

061 

3.700 

156 

11 ,901 

0,C79 

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973 

3,223 

3,680 

11 ,079 

5.031 



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109 

175 

1.325 

60 

3.927 

1 .295 

570 

320 

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3,931 

1 .999 



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362 

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106 



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1 .007 
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383 
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080 



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27 
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528 

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372 



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97 
328 



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2,608 

6,575 

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2.985 
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20 

25 

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221 

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16 

25 

6 

126 



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590 

660 

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12,343 

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7.991 
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516 
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430 
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5.334 

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1,075 

1,390 

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211 
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978 
1 .720 

211 
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183 
3,778 

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233 

859 
3,033 

38.550 



12. 320 

106 

092 

585 

0.395 

96 

2.860 

2.296 

553 

675 

1 .333 

1 .208 

11.507 

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416 
1,853 

089 
2,276 



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NEW JERSEY 

CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



30-11 

















Kind-o!-busines8 group— Continued 
















General merchandiae 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Furniture, home 

fumishmgB, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail Stores 


Nonstore retailers 




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Estab- 




Estab- 




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Sales 


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Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






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($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


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($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




85 


14, 743 


162 


12.143 


125 


10,267 


98 


34.679 


252 


13.636 141 


18,575 


55 


5. 314 


321 


22,946 


86 3,744 


1 


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498 


16 


472 


6 


314 


9 


2.682 


14 


1,046 


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1,297 


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8,713 


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3.594 


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4,304 


59 


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16.539 


145 


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3,244 


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3,817 


56 


14,666 


132 


5.690 


66 


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(D) 


217 


27,895 


41 


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17 


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37.515 


517 


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74.738 


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32 


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145 8,500 39| 846 


24 


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116 


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296 17,427 103 


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222 


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30 


7 


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270 


12 


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25 


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45 


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77 


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45 


5,407 


15 


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48 


154 


33.953 


476 


38.820 


274 


37.291 


244 


87,623 


415 


27,581 


215 


49,061 


135 


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104 


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8 


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59 


9 


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45 


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21 


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14 


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20 


1.557 


12 


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7 


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46 


3,084 


1 1 


170 


60 


6 


798 


30 


2.582 


17 


1.61 1 


15 


8.135 


22 


1.348 


11 


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7 


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45 


3,516 


12 


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85 


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63 


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48 


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140 


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59 


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27 


2,820 


159 


10,918 


125 


7,798 


62 


15 


1.857 


35 


1.206 


34 


2.668 


45 


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81 


5,672 


42 


6,042 


13 


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1 19 


7,663 


43 


1 ,090 


63 


2 


101 


11 


374 


6 


719 


10 


2.606 


7 


422 


6 


1,377 


2 


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18 


936 


5 


124 


64 


2 


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8 


282 


11 


653 


10 


3.638 


28 


3,031 


9 


1.282 


4 


(D) 


35 


1,533 


23 


622 


65 


« 


830 


11 


420 


6 


760 


9 


3.979 


12 


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7 


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3 


332 


16 


2,122 


5 


124 66 


7 


367 


5 


130 


1 1 


536 


16 


1.728 


34 


1,643 


20 


1 ,969 


4 


306 


50 


3,072 


10 


220 67 



30-12 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1.000) 



County and dty 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales,, 1948 
($1,000) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 


SaK, 1948 


1948 




(Number) 


($1,000) 


135 


11,908 


70 


2,000 


125 


5,002 


124 


8,676 


392 


26,656 


81 


4,838 


70 


3,360 


165 


10,433 


30 


1,913 


366 


38,024 


27 


1,319 


42 


1,243 


23 


940 


903 


46,413 


2,083 


133,033 


156 


10,869 


66 


3,584 


58 


4,373 


258 


23,212 


22 


1,153 


119 


8,035 


30 


1,944 


365 


35,803 


53 


3,391 


42 


1,422 


914 


39,247 


1,251 


74,004 


37 


989 


123 


9,946 


1,091 


63,069 


5,307 


360,656 


42 


2,342 


685 


37,784 


74 


5,491 


136 


7,895 


20 


628 


1,309 


94,369 


2,451 


180,919 


90 


7,976 


40 


2,241 


50 


2,522 


62 


2,278 


35 


934 


313 


15,277 


609 


39,230 


137 


9,203 


161 


10,433 


311 


19,589 


1,142 


74,095 


70 


5,927 


184 


11,437 


101 


4,785 


115 


7,442 


76 


2,472 


211 


21,930 


19 


1,120 


366 


18,982 


614 


31,515 


81 


2,935 


108 


9,785 


425 


18,795 


4,860 


360,006 


131 


10,438 


1,710 


119,464 


23 


1,002 


59 


2,068 


215 


13,330 


36 


1,210 


420 


26,226 


657 


67,306 


273 


21,432 


149 


7,369 


124 


6,831 


223 


21,089 


348 


24,636 


219 


21,212 


273 


16,393 


813 


43,812 


84 


7,09J 


234 


12,360 


107 


10,648 


388 


13,713 



New Jersey, total. 

Atlantic County 

Absecon 

Atlantic City 

Egg Harbor City 

Kammonton 

Margate City 

Northfield 

Pleasantville 

Ventnor City 

Remainder of County. 

Bergen County 

Allendale 

Bergenf ield 

Bogota 

Carlstadt 

Cliff side Park 

Closter 

Cresskill 

Dumont 

East Paterson 

East Rutherford 

Edgewater 

Englewood 

Fair Lawn 

Fairview 

Fort Lee 

Garfield 

Glen Rock 

Hackensack 

Hasbrouck Heights... 

Hillsdale 

Leonia 

Little Ferry 

Lodi 

Lyndhurst (twp.).... 

Mayvood 

Midland Park 

New Milford 

North Arlington 

Oradell 

Palisades Park 

Paramus 

Park Ridge 

Ramsey 

Ridgef ield". 

Ridgefield Park 

Ridgewood 

'.River Ed.ge^ 

Rutherford 

Teaneck (twp.) 

Tenafly 

Waldwick 

Wallington 

Westwood 

Wood-Ridge 

Remainder of County. 

Burlington County. . . . 

Beverly 

Bordentown 

Burlington 

Paljityra 

Riverton 

Remainder of County 

Camden County 

Audubon 

Barrington 

Bellmawr 

Berlin 

Camden 

Clementon. 

Collingswood 

Gloucester City 

Haddonf ield" City 

Haddon Heights 

.Lindenwold 

Merchantviile 

Mount Ephraim 

Oaklyn 

Pennsauken (twp. ) . . 

Pine Hill 

Hunnemede 

Wood-Ijnne 

Remainder of County 



65,132 

2,787 

37 

1,787 

82 

148 
58 
11 

190 
99 

375 

5,638 

21 

146 

64 

65 

225 

46 

24 

76 

79 

132 

50 

317 

149 

121 

163 

369 

49 

593 

78 

37 

54 

75 

184 

217 

30 

51 

22 

111 

39 

142 

108 

32 

73 

62 

115 

231 

38 

167 

238 

73 

23 

135 

109 

54 

451 



1,352 
36 

76 

199 

60 

19 

962 



3,535 

76 

11 

24 

53 

1,823 

68 

159 

182 

103 

45 

33 

55 

35 

47 

181 

26 

43 

25 

546 



4,380,798 

167,382 
2,575 

116,895 
4,039 
10,069 
2,715 
374 
11,571 
6,155 
12,989 

393,850 
1,807 

10,314 
3,415 
2,538 
9,690 
3,314 
713 
4,164 
3,953 
5,812 
2,529 

31,672 

13,464 
3,235 
7,560 

13,242 
4,250 

77,230 
4,647 
2,141 
3,463 

10,170 
8,724 
9,306 
1,843 
4,579 
691 
5,613 
3,711 
9,450 
5,443 
2,161 
3,922 
4,380 
7,758 

25,166 
4,776 

15,206 

16,490 

7,309 

609 

3,222 

10,853 
2,491 

20,819 



34,317 
1,519 
5,659 

14,463 
2,870 
1,738 

58,568 

243,727 

2,925 

692 

998 

3,517 

138,357 

3,328 

16,322 

7,859 

8,391 

5,087 

892 

7,222 

1,744 

5,578 

11,909 

662 

1,982 

748 

25,514 



Cape May County 

Cape May 

North Wildwood 

Ocean City 

Wildwood 

Woodbine 

Remainder of County. 

Cumberland County 

Bridgeton 

Millville 

Vineland 

Remainder of County. 

Essex County 

Belleville (town) 

. Bloomf ield (town ) 

Caldwell 

East Orange 

Glen Ridge 

Irvington ( town ) . . . . 
Maplewood (twp.).... 

Millburn (twp.) 

Montclair (town).... 

Newark 

INutley (town) 

Orange 

South Orange 

Verona 

West Caldwell 

West Orange ( town) . . 
Remainder of County. 

Gloucester County 

Clayton 

Glassboro 

Paulsboro 

Pitman 

Vestville 

Woodbury 

Remainder of County. 

Hudson County 

Bayonne 

Guttenberg (town ) . . . 

Harrison (town) 

Hoboken 

Jersey City 

Kearny (town) 

North Bergen (twp.). 

Secaucus ( town ) 

Union City 

Weehawken ( twp . ) . . . . 
West New York (town) 
Remainder of County. 

Hunterdon County 

Flemington 

LajDbertville 

Remainder of County. 

Mercer County 

Hlghtstown 

Princeton 

Trenton 

Remainder of County. 

Middlesex County 

Carteret 

Dunellen. 

Highland Park 

Metuchen 

Middlesex 

Milltown 

New Brunswick 

Perth Amboy 

Sayreville 

South Amboy 

South Plainf ield^ . . . 

South River 

Woodbridge (twp.)... 
Remainder of County. 

Monmouth County 

Asbury Park 

Atlantic Highlands.. 

Beljnar 

Bradley Beach 

Fair Haven 



1,U5 
109 

84 
262 
346 

33 
311 

1,136 
333 
233 
261 

309 

11,662 

348 

544 

101 

861 

13 

789 

190 

127 

514 

6,725 

234 

552 

146 

94 

22 

237 

165 

984 
34 
83 

123 
81 
53 

141 

469 

9,453 

1,133 
122 
270 
926 

4,049 

447 

460 

95 

1,142 
105 
664 
40 

617 

108 

90 

419 

3,026 
72 

154 
2,132 

663 

3,674 

193 

85 

84 

91 

46 

36 

798 

853 

U5 

117 

73 

201 

386 

566 

3,444 

571 

58 

145 

100 
17 



47,969 
4,692 
2,642 

12,625 

15,493 
1,970 

10, 542 

82,461 
27,444 
15,596 
27,936 
11,485 

943,906 

18,157 

?3,710 

8,780 

32,246 

884 

57,947 

15,334 

10,227 

43,706 

572,798 

13,878 

35,153 

16,135 

8,064 

668 

13,347 

7,817 

56,950 
1,786 
5,056 
6,523 
6,024 
2,457 
14,532 
20,567 

511,666 
55,307 

3,908 

9,517 
45,111 
229,975 
24,094 
25,719 

4,797 
67,266 

4,794 
40,143 

1,035 

38,241 
12, 596 
4,565 

21,080 

236,771 
5,761 

14,780 
164,599 

51,631 

225,163 

3,254 

5,048 

7,417 

7,255 

1,874 

1,407 

66,475 

59,949 

4,612 

6,024 

2,782 

9,931 

13,714 

25,421 

231,544 

49,643 

3,577 

9,413 

5,254 

932 



Monmouth County — Con. 

Freehold 

Highlands 

Keansburg 

Keyport 

Long Branch 

Manasquan 

Matawan 

Neptune (twp.) 

Neptune City 

Red Bank 

Rumson 

Union Beach. 

West Long Branch 

Remainder of County. , 

Morris County 

Boonton (town ) 

Butler 

Chatham 

Dover (town) 

Lincoln Park 

Madison. . . .^ 

iMbrris Plains 

Morristown (town) 

Rockaway 

Wharton 

Remainder of County. 

Ocean County 

Point Pleasant 

Point Pleasant Beach 
Remainder of County. 

Passaic County 

Bloomingdale 

Clifton 

Haledon 

Hawthorne 

North Haledon 

Passaic 

Paterson 

Pompton Lakes 

Prospect Park 

Totowa 

Wanaque 

West Paterson 

Remainder of County. 

Salem County 

Penns Grove 

Salem 

Remainder of County. 

Somerset County 

Bernardsville 

Bound Brook 

Manville 

North Plainfield 

Raritan 

Sommerville 

South Bound Br^ok... 
Remainder of County. 

Sussex County 

Franklin 

Newton ( town ) 

Remainder of County. 

Union County 

Cranford (twp.) 

Elizabeth 

Fanwood 

Garwood 

Hillside (twp.) 

Kenilworth 

Linden 

Plainfield 

Rahway 

Rosalie 

Roselle Park 

Summit 

Union (twp.), 

Westf ield ( town) 

Remainder of County. 

Warren County 

Hackettstown (town). 
Phillipsburg (town). 

Washington 

Remainder of County. 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid dlsclOBUre. (NA) Not available. 

Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the 19^*8 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments Bee Conjiarlson of 19W3 and 
195^ Censuses In the Introduction. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-13 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabhsh- 

ments' 

(tl.OOu) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(SI.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUare) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Numb«i) 



Full 
workweek 



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



aLLENTOAN-BETHLEHEM-EASTON standard metropolitan area — Consists ol Lehigh and Northampton 
Counties. Pa. , and Warren County, N. J. 



Retail trade, (ctal 

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 



Eaung, Driokiog Places 



Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) _ 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands..- 

Drinking places 



General 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 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 Furnishiags, Appltaoce 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 apphance stores 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



Automouve 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 Stadoos 



Lumber, Bldg. Mads., Hardware. Farm Equipmeot Dealers 



Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers. 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores. . 
Hardware stores. — 



Drug Stores, Proprieiaiy 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 ....... 



1 , 370 

1 ,00b 

81 

6 

91 
61 
(NAl 
(NA) 
23 
1*7 



1.093 

509 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

115 

^65 



403 

88 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

157 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

30 

25 



308 
132 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
171* 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



236 

131 
t9 
1*5 



208 
31* 
62 
24 
30 

58 



139 
(NA) 
(NA) 



71*1 
57 

195 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

m 

11 



3.280 



568 
405 

47 



773 

335 

309 

7 

19 

69 

369 



503 

68 

7 

7 

2 

52 

55 



24 

129 

76 

23 

30 

16 



204 
96 
66 
17 
13 

108 
39 
51 
18 



196 

131 
27 
33 



318 



178 
28 
58 
20 
26 
46 



1 19 
84 
35 



417 

37 

1 11 

73 

9 

27 

2 

31 

5 



476,407 



109.759 

94,524 

6,001 

748 

86 3 

2.065 

2,035 

(NA) 

(NA) 

816 

2.521 



33,860 

18,763 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.208 

12,843 



56.479 

40,891 

3,704 

2.269 

9.615 



32.622 
7.275 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

14,21 3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 . 992 

364 



27.443 
16, 394 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
11,031 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



76,555 

65,618 

6, 131 

4.209 

139 
458 



32,241 
4,463 

17,622 
1,728 
2,508 
5.920 



11,989 
(NA) 
(NA) 



47,831 

7,766 

16,631 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6,814 

1 .599 



90.851 
79.306 

4.971 
(D) 
(D) 

1.279 

1.453 
(D) 
(D) 
468 

2,219 



29,686 

16,555 

14,756 

422 

1.377 

1 .852 

11 .279 



55.235 

40.891 

3,046 

1,769 

9,529 



31,110 

6,865 

484 

(D) 

(D) 

5,795 

6.989 

6,068 

921 

1,425 

13,877 

11.383 

716 

1.778 

1 .704 

250 



25.935 

15.920 

13.319 

2. 102 

499 

10.015 

3.298 

5.733 

984 



75.793 

65.612 

5.655 

4.057 

(D) 

(D) 



31 .741 
4.355 

17.532 
1 .670 
2.450 
5,734 



11,495 
9, 190 
2, 305 



42,555 
7. 390 

14,735 

8,531 

(D) 



471 
(D) 
,448 
,537 



52,052 1.012.351 



6.916 

5.551 

421 

99 

28 

105 

424 

(D) 

(D) 

39 

249 



5, 176 

3.502 

3. 108 

67 

327 

226 

1 .448 



8,801 

6,786 

360 

104 
1 ,551 



3,900 

1,033 

48 

(D) 

(D) 

890 

872 

780 

92 

142 

1.599 

1,296 

124 

179 

226 

28 



4,291 

2,870 

2,400 

393 

77 

1 ,421 

49 3 

785 

143 



8.050 
7.211 
26 3 
559 
(D) 
(D) 



1 ,840 



4,668 
580 

2,423 
228 
555 
882 



.367 

.206 

161 



.060 
379 

. 399 
704 
(D) 
550 
(D) 
352 
104 



128. 368 

100.403 

8.853 

1,824 

487 

2, 349 

7, 975 

(D) 

(D) 

890 

5,587 



113. 325 
78.775 
66.760 

1 .936 
10.079 

3,966 
30.584 



171.337 

1 33.097 

6,876 

1 ,947 

29,417 



73.092 

18. 159 

893 

(D) 

(D) 

15.771 

16, 128 

14,287 

1 .841 

2.668 

31. 191 

25.746 

2.238 

3.207 

4.248 

698 



79.938 
51.717 
41.616 

8.099 

2.002 
28.221 

9. 318 
16. 388 

2.515 



148.983 

1 32, 174 

5.796 

10.706 

(D) 

(D) 



90. 147 
10,499 
44.941 
4. 384 
13.572 
16.741 



25. 

22. 

2. 



79. 



803 
475 
119 
911 
(D) 
829 
(D) 
465 
131 



926.626 21.163 



114. 156 

89. 117 

8.201 

1,718 

385 

1 ,790 

7,529 

(D) 

(D) 

589 

4.827 



100,092 

71,831 

60,986 

1 .097 

9.748 

3.020 

25.241 



143.497 

110.488 

6.294 

1 .704 

25.011 



63.483 

16. 374 

875 

Id) 

(D) 

14.271 

14.268 

12.735 

1.533 

2.246 

26,700 

22,277 

1 ,880 

2,543 

3.309 

586 



77.730 
10.229 
40.696 

7.713 

1 .820 
27,501 

9.029 
16.033 

2.439 



147. 278 

131.037 

5.653 

10.378 

(D) 

(D) 



32.634 



85.879 
10.006 
44.208 
4.002 
11.991 
15.672 



22.523 

20.214 
2, 309 



75.775 

7,091 

26,801 

13,958 

(D) 

10.480 

(D 

6.242 

2.131 



2.613 

2.049 

159. 

30 

15 
88 
144 
(D) 
(D) 
18 
110 



3.371 
2.306 
1.992 
122 
192 
158 
907 



4.413 

3.097 

175 

54 

1,087 



1,858 
410 

15 
(D) 
(D) 
360 
291 
258 

33 

88 
909 
724 

75 
110 
139 

21 



. 306 
826 
656 
128 
42 
480 
172 
266 
42 



2, 116 

1 ,865 

77 

166 

(D) 

(D) 



1 ,415 
174 
668 
78 
183 
312 



625 
521 

104 



1 .518 
121 
455 
257 
(d) 
159 
(D) 
112 
33 



1 .921 

1.498 

127 

26 

9 

52 

117 

(D) 

(D) 

11 

81 



2.553 

1 .846 

1,624 

45 

177 

89 

618 



2.982 
2.081 

141 
39 

721 



1 .292 

302 

13 

(D) 

(D) 

269 

215 

193 

22 

54 

6 37 

523 

51 

63 

68 

16 



1 .208 
776 
619 
122 

35 
432 
155 
238 

39 



2.039 

1,813 

72 

151 

(D) 

(D) 



1,286 
159 
640 
66 
157 
264 



458 

400 

58 



1, 295 
106 
410 
222 
(D) 
150 
(D) 
103 
33 



1 .435 

1 .046 

95 

5 

47 

102 

60 

(NA) 

(NA) 

26 

44 



1. 302 
601 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
126 
571 



147 

6 

73 

50 



318 
47 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

126 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
31 
25 



311 
126 
(NA) 
(NA). 
(NA) 
183 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



178 

80 

51 

37 

(D) 

(D) 



169 
37 
40 
20 
24 
48 



128 

(NA) 
(NA) 



726 

41 

190 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

42 

12 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



^S' S may inf^J^ut StlbuStJei^^^^hout r^ulrh^S^not be cla..,fied by detaded Idnd of business. 



XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



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RETAIL TRADE "AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishznents 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 

mentB with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 

(DolUra) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



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



ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM-EASTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--C0 



—Con. 



Other Retail 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 

Optica! goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers- 
Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c 

Second-hand stores — 



Nonstore Retailers 



Total 

Mail order houses — 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



13 
27 

65 
16 
21 
35 
22 
12 

5 
10 

t 
21 
28 



1*03 

2 

385 

16 



3.727 
227 
516 

1 ,1*1*6 
l*H 

1 ,91*7 
587 
681* 
576 
870 
802 
261 
379 
181 
9H7 
961 



20.221 
(D) 

17.398 
(D) 



3.337 
(D) 
(D) 

1 , 316 

1.1*77 
559 
62H 
452 
700 
668 
261 
(D) 
181 
9H7 
859 



16.231 



13,1*92 
2.739 



586 
27 
54 

116 

368 

m 
59 
1*3 
59 
68 
21 
77 
30 
151 
126 



2.983 



2,705 
278 



1 1.780 
205 
976 

2.0H1 

6.860 

897 

970 

727 

1 . 131* 

1,383 

376 

1.335 

1.279 

3. 107 

2,51*3 



53.217 
11 ,799 



11.456 

200 

759 

1,861 

6,482 

722 

888 

655 

1 ,004 

1.343 

137 

1 .275 

1 .269 

2.955 

2.504 



63.578 



51 .910 
1 1,668 



215 
6 



153 
38 
56 
23 
27 
27 
19 
25 
18 
62 
50 



830 
190 



193 

5 

18 

36 

129 
20 
45 
18 
20 
24 
3 
22 
17 
46 
47 



730 
183 



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



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total - 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets. 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Cantiy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises-- -- 
Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores - 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eatiog, Dritiking Places 



Total-- 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers - 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment 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, juvetiiles' 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 clothrng, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Chiltlren's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furtiiture, Home Furtushiogs, 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 

AppUance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores 



Automotive Group 



5?0 

287 

29 

16 

32 

80 

39 

(NA) 

(NA) 

25 

12 



795 

3S2 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

91 

322 



251 
37 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
K7 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1? 



1 m 

65 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

149 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2?0 
151 

21 



669 
326 
324 
2 
• •• 
69 



Total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 37 35 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) -- 17 y\ 

Tire, batterj', accessory dealers 16 14 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers-- 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 

Standard Notes' (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents lero. 

iGroup totals may include data for establishments without payioll which could not be classified by detailed kind of busiuesa. 



69 

6 
12 
>B 

6 
75 
17 
19 
34 
24 
13 

6 
11 

3 
17 
27 



409 
(D) 
390 
(D) 



219tU85 


203,335 


26,730 


458,944 


437.239 


9.529 


8.554 


2.850 


49i243 


43.703 


3,474 


61 .216 


57.130 


1.239 


1 .048 


548 


37.r57 


33.265 


2.334 


41 .543 


38.430 


779 


524 


306 


2t01 1 


2.703 


155 


2.687 


2.598 


56 


49 


33 


914 


846 


H 


1.277 


1 .234 


25 


22 


17 


°62 


542 


35 


531 


500 


15 


13 


34 


3t594 


2,820 


362 


5.341 


4.794 


160 


122 


72 


1 fU47 


1 .327 


320 


6.058 


5.826 


133 


149 


45 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(NA) 


1 l?37 


945 


= 7 


625 


591, 


22 


19 


29 


1 *?21 


1,155 


149 


3.154 


3.147 


50 


50 


12 


40.894 


39,220 


8.455 


132,632 


125.421/ 


3.533 


3.141 


855 


25|432 


24,826 


5.813 


89.787 


86.921 


2.529 


2.299 


435 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




• •> 


• • • 


• at 


• •■ 


• •• 


(NA) 


1 1916 


1 .720 


223 


4.728 


3.56i 


137 


106 


105 


13.546 


12.674 


2.419 


38.1 17 


34.937 


867 


736 


314 


11.228 


10.830 


1 .791 


27.4<;9 


25.908 


701 


608 


79 


IDl 


(01 


(01 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


(Dl 


2.635 


2.575 


235 


3.801 


3.501,, 


86 


73 


50 


(D) 


(01 


IDl 


IDI 


IDl 


IDl 


(Dl 


IDl 


4.143 


(Dl 


706 


10.041 


8.836 


298 


223 


14 


18.0 30 


17,420 


2.284 


40.078 


38.236 


7B5 


702 


234 


3.058 


2,902 


414 


7.600 


6.950 


102 


83 


26 


(NA) 


312 


32 


581 


581 


7 


7 


(NA) 


(NA) 


33B 


45 


693 


686 


1 1 


10 


(NA) 


(NA) 


• • • 


• • • 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 


• • • 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2,252 


337 


6.326 


5.693 


B4 


66 


(NA) 


(NA) 


3,428 


379 


5.654 


6.532 


1 14 


105 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2.077 


249 


4.154 


4.091 


70 


57 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1 .351 


130 


2,500 


2.441 


44 


39 


(NA) 


(NA) 


742 


129 


2,23« 


2.21b 


38 


37 


(NA) 


8.707 


8.457 


1 ,095 


18,293 


17.76B 


450 


411 


102 


(NA) 


6.922 


940 


15.663 


15.251 


379 


354 


(NA) 


(NA) 


386 


41 


bOC 


756 


24 


18 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1 .149 


1 14 


1 .a3c 


1 .751 


47 


39 


(NA) 


941 


(D) 


76 


1 .35? 


937 


32 


22 


25 


1 .106 


101 


191 


3.943 


3.821 


49 


43 


16 


9.or,0 


9.132 


1 ,507 


25.402 


24.787 


402 


3B5 


106 


5.957 


5.643 


995 


15.139 


15.690 


261 


249 


58 


(NA) 


4,306 


721 


12.405 


12.163 


199 


192 


(NA) 


(NA) 


229 


46 


9IC 


91U 


16 


16 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1 ,108 


228 


2.824 


2.517 


46 


41 


(NA) 


3.943 


3,489 


512 


9.263 


9.097 


141 


137 


48 


(NA) 


639 


109 


1 .807 


1 .546 


31 


28 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2.427 


354 


5.394 


6.389 


92 


91 


(NA) 


(NA) 


423 


49 


1 .062 


1 .062 


18 


18 


(NA) 


24.2C6 


23,858 


2,156 


39.501 


39.286 


586 


575 


69 


20.640 


(Dl 


1 ,622 


32.049 


31 .953 


473 


467 


32 


(D) 


65B 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


1.601 


(Dl 


165 


3.756 


3.722 


53 


51 


12 


1 .006 


91 B 


109 


2.188 


2.109 


34 


32 


1 1 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


IDl 


.•• 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 


• • t 


• •• 


• •■ 


• • ■ 



NEW JERSEY 



30-15 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS ■ 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



• Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUfiis) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



ATLANTIC CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con 



Gasoliae Sernce Stadons 



TonI, 



Lumber, BIdg. Mads., Hardware, Fafm Equipment Dealers 

Total 

Farm equipment dealers -. 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paiot, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores - _.. 



Drug Stores, Proprielacy 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 



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 



NoQstore Retailers 



Total, - 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations . 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



75 
(NA) 
(NA) 



478 

62 

56 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

13 

8 

5U 



3.-0 

ne 

36 

10 
2 

19 

5 
)3 

6 
76 



10tl72 

775 

4 1 899 

If 606 

585 

2 .307 



7i21 1 
(NA) 
(NA) 



31 t?30 

4(843 

9.473 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.921 

581 

3l3C5 

(01 

755 

4)3 

(Dl 

836 

1.362 

573 

2.272 

161 

104 

795 

lao 

(01 
886 
325 



5.C57 
(01 

4.C53 
(D) 



8.506 



9.808 
(D) 

4.869 
(01 
(01 

2.131 



7,071 

6.759 

312 



27.894 

4.429 

8.629 

3.607 

(01 

4,150 

(D) 

3,921 

(01 

2.989 

(0) 

717 

(01 

(01 

604 

910 

475 

1 .946 

(0) 

(01 

(0) 

(0) 

(01 

866 

155 



5.893 

(Dl 

3.547 

(D) 



1.303 
45 
570 
226 
111 
351 



936 

9r4 
32 



3.092 
362 
1 .072 
4r7 
(CI 
191 
(D) 
158 

44 
530 
(01 

94 

39 
(Dl 
134 

55 

36 
244 
(01 
(01 

79 
(Dl 
(01 
112 

39 



1 .0=.7 
(01 
804 
(D) 



23.752 
822 

10.336 
4.390 
2.484 
5.72C 



16.1 le 

15.654 

464 



51 .184 

6.99; 
15.951 

7.066 
(Dl 

4.128 
(D) 

3.088 
585 

8.512 
(Dl 

1 .818 
652 
(01 

1 .515 
892 
630 

4.211 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 .889 
(Dl 
(Dl 

2.027 
78C 



28.506 
(Dl 

14.452 
(D) 



22.814 
822 
9,752 
4,136 
2,484 
5,620 



14,553 
14,145 



48.915 

6.833 

15.551 

6.736 

(0) 

4.075 

(D) 

2.996 

574 

8.302 
(01 

1 ,761 
612 
(Dl 

1 .488 
782 
147 

4.097 
(0) 
(0) 

1 .681 
(Dl 
ID) 

1 ,766 
775 



27,869 
(0) 

14,299 
(D) 



363 
12 

)52 
66 
37 



375 
3o3 



886 
1 11 
239 
1 13 
101 
69 
(D) 



128 
(Dl 
44 
15 
(01 
31 
34 
26 
84 
(Dl 
(01 
36 
(D) 
(01 
39 



461 
(01 
204 
(D) 



435 
(Dl 
198 

(D) 



339 


67 


12 


5 


138 


13 


62 


19 


37 


6 


90 


24 


292 


74 


284 


(NA) 


8 


(NA) 


783 


493 


102 


51 


224 


45 


103 


(NA) 


ID) 


(NA) 


55 


(NA) 


(0) 


(NA) 


46 


12 


11 


1 1 


1 18 


55 


(Dl 


(01 


36 


14 


13 


8 


(01 


(D) 


29 


35 


25 


62 


4 


24 


75 


77 


(01 


(01 


IDI 


(Dl 


32 


7 


(01 


IDI 


(01 


(01 



(D) 

71 

IPJ. 



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



lond Counties); 
J. 



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 

ToiaJ 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable marketa 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores _ 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores. __ 

Food stores, n.e.c 



EauDg, DriokiDg Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restfturan ts, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands. 

Drinking places 



Geoeral Merchandise Group 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise storra 

Genaral stores 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total ___ 16* 622 

Shoe stores 2i798 

Men's shoe stores (NA' 

Women's shoe stores (Na 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores (na) 

Family shoe stores (NA) 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores __ (na 

Men's, boys' clothing stores (Na) 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores (Na) 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA)__Not available. 



5i853 

145 

li 153 



23|167 
91261 



7,2r6 


4.903 


l.tOI 


585 


3.41 1 


1.373 


5.94C 


1.308 


3.084 
(NA) 
(NA) 


2.614 
2.128 

4^8 


2.496 


1.858 


2.036 


1.158 


29.418 


24,796 


15.038 


12,342 


(NA) 
(NA) 


1 1,877 
231 


(NA) 


234 


2.432 


1,898 


11.910 


10,555 



1,405 

43 

881 



12,510 

2, 198 

433 

437 

158 

1.170 

2,453 

1,333 

1 ,120 



15, 915, 286 



4,213,112 

2,791 ,722 

582.961 

40.033 

123,957 

179,089 

200, "31 

(NA) 

(NA) 

170,488 

1 19,887 



1,792,099 

1 , 188,189 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

92, "76 

510,342 



1 ,390,732 

931,428 

201,154 

7,059 

249,749 



.312,965 
256,011 

(NA) 



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

(na 



3,597,644 
2,547.678 

510,075 
33,139 
86,463 
82,781 

102,075 

149,242 
42,833 

147,906 
97,527 



1,709,351 

1,140,075 

1,101 ,970 

20,451 

17,654 

85,456 

483,820 



1 .344.192 

931.428 

153.364 

4.093 

245.307 



1.738,543 

243,999 

42,049 

59.879 

9.650 

132.41 1 

388.710 

288.557 

100.153 



1 .865, 128 



305,487 
1»3,41C 

41,035 
2,944 
7,455 
8.344 

42.533 

37.254 
5.279 

1 1.443 
8.263 



382.180 

283.504 

272.1 14 

5.460 

5.030 

1 1 .850 

86.735 



229. 581 
161 . 341 

22.848 
487 

44.705 



253.452 

34.588 

5.293 

9.802 

1 .433 

18.060 

57.673 

42.556 

15.007 



35.109.052 



5.849.J45 
3.474.592 
793,535 
56,412 
134.989 
153.504 
366.353 
752,427 
104.436 
215,988 
152.752 



7.555.393 

5.557.488 

5.310.396 

135,850 

121 ,240 

219,008 

1 .758.897 



4,733,92o 
3,374,924 

453,828 
9,383 

895,785 



4,940,379 

624,961 

97.731 

172.753 

26,519 

327.948 

1.081 .696 

815.429 

266.267 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. 



Group totals may include data for estabhsbments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(Z) 



33.554.674 



5.395,88b 

3,174,1 15 

758,953 

52,810 

123.771 

127.696 

815.509 

721.222 

95.387 

200.585 

141.349 



7.035.598 

5.202.839 

5.003.987 

85.832 

1 12.020 

192.579 

1 .640.280 



4,1 17,437 
2,942,374 

430,408 
8,556 

735,099 



4,465,420 

535,971 

85,976 

156,730 

25.529 

267.736 

1 .030.453 

772.476 

25. '.977 

Less than $5(XI. 



103.471 

59.717 

12,389 

1 .108 

2.810 

4.238 

15.112 

13.654 

2.458 

4.293 

2.804 



567,642 

125,672 

1 19,270 

3,852 

2,550 

5,582 

535,338 



98,037 

53,539 

7.535 

192 
26.571 



88,373 



9,475 
1.325 
2.396 

361 

5.393 

15.394 

1 1 .58? 

3.812 



82,691 

46,077 

10,813 

942 

2,230 

2, 660 

13,917 

1 1 ,829 

2,088 

3,541 

2,303 



142,326 

107,768 

103,059 

1 ,755 

2,144 

4,119 

30,439 



70,630 

47,292 

5.481 

136 

16.721 



71 .137 



5.831 
1,004 
1 ,057 
307 
3,563 
13.366 
9.944 
3.422 

Represents »ero. 



45.852 

17.U39 

8.271 

1.210 

4.061 

5.498 

3. 132 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.898 

2.135 



29.288 

15.515 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.374 

1 1.358 



.912 
159 
785 



13.667 
1.563 

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



30-16 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(SI.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUiire) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 

nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



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



NEW YORK. NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- Con. 



Apparel, Accessories Stores— Coo. 

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. — 

Furninire, Home Furaishiogs, 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-- 



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 



Gasolioe Service Stations 



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 . 



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. - 

.lewelry 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 



NoQstore Retailers 



Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



!na) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

nC72 

I 1637 



» , 60« 
• . 079 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2ih53 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1679 
.216 



■,05 



1332 

6C 
.».27 

lX61 



5.356 

(NA) 
(NA) 



23.861 

1.531 

?i'<9r 

(NAI 

fNA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 13 

212 

2.1C1 

137 

].766 

64n 
1 .61 1 

I.1'53 
1 .551 
1 .203 
536 
380 
270 
385 

leu 

i . 1 8 1 
l.22r 



9.751 
560 

8.681 
blc 



M35 
5.585 
3. 196 

651 
1 .738 

786 
1lOC3 



6.290 

1.1421 

1 1929 

7C9 

1 .693 

ll869 

700 

758 

111 



2.979 

1.190 

702 

619 

1 10 

19 

9 



3l616 

12 
lll27 

605 

?73 

1 .569 



KltdO 

1.376 

1C1 



13ll';9 

2.777 

1 1578 

103 

58 

1.097 

20 

95 

130 

1 .''97 

251 

832 

322 

67 

1.033 

529 

aei 

617 
3P1 
261 
176 
267 
ICO 
1.181 
588 



2.109 
318 

1.5.'3 
258 



(NA) 

751.965 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

72.752 

81.036 



981. C17 
601 .120 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
381 .529 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .866.183 

1 .587.101 

171.118 

81.097 

18.713 

(D) 

(D) 



693. 106 
12.JC3 

393.667 
61 .905 
15.501 

179.130 



103. 123 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .707.329 

358.9-8 

516.110 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

29.676 

17.201 

133.360 

22.C01 

101 .=05 

33.355 

6.016 

56.155 

53.Be9 

51.162 

38.815 

37.658 

19.171 

18.165 

11.1:1 

8.065 

87.187 

10.31 1 



190. 195 

106.358 

291.115 

89.122 



231.561 
728.825 
551 .201 
25.751 
151 ,368 
66.996 
75,551 



911 ,119 
571 .730 
368.153 

42.232 
1 1 1 .315 
369,119 
137,809 
195,585 

36,025 



1.816,01 1 

1.586.095 

159.876 

79,685 

16,053 

(D) 

(D) 



657 
11 

387 

55 
11 
160 



382 
373 



1,197 

321 

190 

98 

13 

316 



378 
103 



857 
221 
381 
886 
309 
671 
516 
070 
115 

001 
156 
299 
109 
12B 
739 
155 
866 
701 
9U1 
325 
193 
61 u 
71 1 
187 
nij, 



28. 1 17 

1 09 , 1 1 6 

81,792 

1,161 

20,160 

7,271 

16,381 



121 .536 
81.810 
53.029 
11.218 
17,593 
36.696 
15.861 
15.927 
1.905 



161. 5P5 

111 ,676 

8,676 

12.019 

1,918 

(D) 

(D) 



79,978 
1.506 

13.281 
6.871 
6.319 

21 .995 



52.078 

51 .230 

818 



172.158 

21, 126 

18.895 

10.271 

3.006 

35,191 

1?1 

1 ,8?0 

2,398 

18,880 

2,775 

10,319 

3" 3 
9,590 
3, 122 
1,075 
3,975 
5,877 
1,803 
2,566 
3,611 
1 ,378 
13,517 
6,920 



52.672 

9,071 

36,500 

7,101 



536,900 

2,205.688 

1.7 18.98C 

96,559 

390.019 

115.151 

315,683 



2.312.897 
1 .612.921 
977.585 
280,218 
351,988 
699.976 
305.161 
302.119 
92.363 



2,915.373 

2,507.256 

158,677 

235,851 

36.695 

(D) 

(D) 



1,523.810 

26.976 

821 .516 

136.165 
129,858 
109,265 



1 .000,182 

986,819 

13,633 



3,266,57? 

115.515 

950.058 

176.611 

58.855 

707.202 

7.387 

32.750 

12.753 

362.118 
56.07e 

192.816 

63.560 

5.569 

181 ,518 
59.188 
73.771 
81 .817 

105.709 
88.966 
19.683 
68.576 
28.830 

210.301 

131.631 



-787.202 
183. lie 
675.253 
128.809 



101 .191 

2.r36i936 

1 ,599,139 

87,972 

319,525 

126,812 

331.057 



2.213,513 
1 .560.138 
912.595 
275.715 
312. 09t 
683.105 
300.370 
292.111 
90.291 



2.903,521 

2,180,832 

155,85(3 

225,521 

35,111 

(D) 

(D) 



,178,319 
26.320 
tC3.51C 
133.235 
127.306 
587.818 



691.915 

882.216 

12.699 



3.131 .165 

118.852 

929.21 1 

169.288 

58.222 

591.319 

7.352 

31.113 

10,213 

351 ,596 
52,297 

183,221 

58,922 

5,859 

172,997 
55,718 
66,875 
73,805 

102,510 
87,173 
18.782 
65.161 
28.171 

229.553 

129.090 



953,961 
169.226 
658.351 
126.381 



12.033 
13.275 
33.098 
2.031 
8.113 
3.271 
1,925 



32.689 
22.817 
13.796 
3.503 
5.518 
9.872 
1.359 
1,158 
1.355 



35.053 

28.991 

2.065 

3.137 

181 

(U) 

(D) 



20.107 
383 
9.818 
1 .911 
1 .6J? 
6,557 



18,273 

17,986 

2o7 



19,632 

6,761 

11.937 

2.516 

652 

8,53' 

97 

521 

515 

3.136 

1 .051 

3.196 

1.057 

123 

3.178 

1 .211 

1.812 

1 .732 

1 .553 

1 ,219 

738 

916 

111 

3.901 

2.131 



11.572 
3.352 
9.389 
1 .931 



8.085 
35,950 
28.200 
1 .601 
6.119 
2.377 
1.527 



30,018 
20,771 
12.370 
3,37 7 
5.021 
9.27 7 
1.199 
3.601 
1.277 



31.033 

28.135 

1.979 

3.100 

113 

(D) 

(D) 



18.851 
351 
9.351 
1 .832 
1 .515 
5.762 



13.615 

13.115 

2 30 



11.073 

5,619 

1 1 ,571 

2,112 

619 

8,185 

95 

Ibl 

551 

1.98 7 

908 

2.766 

890 

91 

2.766 

1 .016 

1 .365 

1 .310 

1 .137 

1 .183 

591 

829 

119 

3.111 

1 .903 



13.216 
2.710 
8.677 
1 .799 



(NA) 

6.316 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
1.07b 
1.552 



7,233 
5.227 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1.922 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



."57 
'S61 
917 
739 
162 
(D) 
(D) 



1.556 

17 

953 

837 

390 

2.389 



1.913 
(NA) 
(NA) 



22.601 

3.155 

2.617 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

90 

213 

1.922 

372 

1.915 

501 

200 

1 .615 

1,266 

1 ,205 

1 ,329 

171 

275 

238 

290 

176 

871 

1,21 1 



9,781 
167 

8,887 
130 



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



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 



15.613 



1 1 , 360 

6.730 

b38 

171 

585 

1.390 

7 22 

(NA) 

(NA) 

322 

536 



,818 
,918 
150 
77 
171 
271 
515 
399 
117 
202 
230 



998.952 

805.611 

60.691 

6.951 

19.512 

27.79 1 

31,220 

(NA) 

(NA) 

20.532 

21.183 



8 31.810 
693.161 
19.771 
5.799 
1 1 .851 
10.21 1 
3r.861 
IS. 13'.' 
12.125 
17.116 
15.391 



65.631 
50,295 
3.970 
672 
1 .003 
1 .311 
5.796 
1,271 
1 .522 
1 .263 
1.2'.'l 



9,163.598 



,275, 136 

968, 396 

77.186 

7.91S 

19.603 

28.158 

122.579 

93.256 

29.323 

25.071 

23.926 



9.736. 111 



.113. 951 

836. 151 

71 .598 

6.616 

18,111 

23,932 

1 12,099 

e6.913 

25.186 

23.156 

22,075 



188,153 



25,501 

18.758 

1,317 

200 

151 

872 

2,815 

2,051 

751 

53? 

519 



153.838 



18.577 

13,116 

1 ,103 

116 

371 

6U9 

2.285 

1 .721 

561 

135 

509 



12.011 

7.056 

968 

19B 

703 

1 .369 

727 

(NA) 

(NA) 

382 

517 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. X-X.X Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for estabUsbments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents anm. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-17 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total, all 
establjsh- 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(OoUan) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 

(Number) 



PHILADELPHIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con, 



Eating, Driokiug Places 



Toial 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors... 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

Geoeral Merchandise Group 

Total 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

Cieiieral stores 

Variety st^.res 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 

Total - 

Shoe stores 

Men's shoe stores.. 

Women's shoe stores 

Ciiiidren'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 

.■\ppare! .stores, n.e.c. .. . 



Furoimre, Home FuroishiDgs, Appliance Dealers 

Total ..,._ -. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furmture stores 

Floor covering stores - . . 

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

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores . . 

Appliance, radio. TV stnn s 

Radio, TV stores 

Automotive Group 

Total - . 

Passenger car dealers f franchised) . . . 
Passenger car dfealers (nonfranchised). - , 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorc.vcle, aircraft, boat dealers . 
Household trailer dealers. . 
Automotive dealers, n.e.r . 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Total 



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

Total ... - - 

F.arm equipment dealers - 

Lumber, building materials dealer^ 

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 store... 

.Jewelry stores 

Book stores... 

Stationer.v stores 

Sportmg gootls stores 

Bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands... . 
Xews dealers, newsstands. . . 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

-Music stores ....... 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather gootls stores 

(Optical goods stores 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers. 
Retail stores (except second-hand) n.e.c. . - . . 
Second-hand stores. 



8.J85 
' t003 

(MA) 
(N'k) 
(NA> 
b79 



1,lt^0 

3C 

1 IS 
i.32 



(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.6=9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

328 

3^7 



i ttiOO 
(NAJ 
(NA) 
(NA) 
7 57 
(NA) 
(NA) 
! NA ) 



fcC7 



'ie!5 

UK 

^n 1 

1 rG 
178 
71 1 



■ I 8=52 
(NA) 
(NA) 



.756 
385 

pir 

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



;'t3 



7a 



\'^9 

U'C 

-i^l 

171 

78 

31 

15) 

U2 

37t 



6.65b 

2 1 883 

2l720 

62 

101 

'tis 

3.357 



6 9t 

30 

29'* 



2.125 
551 
103 
107 
36 
305 
588 
313 
275 
160 

1.181 
713 
I'M 
327 
230 
315 



.157 
9?0 
578 
177 
225 
'177 
1 90 
225 
71 



1 .(-17 
583 
.or) 



1.058 

76 

3«5 

nD 

1 12 

"'95 



1.U70 

l.:"ii 

159 



,936 

3115 
1191 
153 

26 
297 

18 
1 17 



94 

70 

16 

276 

116 

16U 

201 

79 

52 



2U 
231 

181* 



596.72 3 

227.331* 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1'*. 972 

153.959 



'*71,887 
358.707 

39.81*2 
6.270 

65.50'* 



335.903 

57.C86 

(NA) 

f NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

ma. 778 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17. not 

ie.?59 



222.717 
115.364 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
76.^23 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



672.016 

590.273 

43.0U6 

27.1*75 

(D) 

3.r20 

IPI 



212. C83 
15.ue6 

123.077 
13.950 
13.633 
»5.6U5 



125. 3B1 
(NA) 
(NA) 



t 1 1 .379 

121 .593 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

35.659 

7.185 

23.972 

5.137 

7.9£6 

6.563 

1.112 

11.730 

13.S02 

1 1 .913 

9.815 

8.899 

7.170 

1 .716 

1.(^74 

1.P.>3 

11.434 

1 I. 152 



369.835 

210.394 

190.361 

6.571 

13.459 

13.026 

116.115 



159. 377 
35e,707 

30. 932 
1.858 

61.880 



31 1 ,999 

51 .958 

a. 291 

11.1^5 

2.55t 

27.01O 

<39i570 

15.617 

20,953 

I7.3LI1 

lie. 676 

105.029 

(D) 

(D) 

15.193 

15.991 



2r 1,633 

133.535 

1'.0,235 

21 .333 

1 I .91 b 

71 ,097 

24,586 

41 ,51 e 

4,893 



563,916 

5S3,2a9 

43,856 

>5,399 

(O) 

2,821 

(01 



201.173 
15,2?-.. 

120,703 
12,796 
12,419 
10,005 



116,857 

1: 6,357 

10,500 



391 ,757 
109,727 
1 15,2tib 

2i,32 9 
4,522 

81 ,686 
751 

35,135 
6,817 

26,610 

1,997 

7,175 

5,331 

772 

12,112 
8,662 
8,23B 
5,88V 
7,34S 
5,858 
1 ,391 
2,924 
1 ,574 

14,434 
9,200 



77.352 

51 .228 

41.627 

1 .803 

1.798 

1 ,566 

21,538 



71 .580 

55.132 

3.821 

152 

10.875 



12.923 

7.022 

919 

1 ,917 

332 

3,821 

10,135 

7,813 

2,323 

2,016 

19,119 

11,391 

(D) 

(D) 

1,390 

3,210 



27,513 

19, or'? 

11,025 

3,215 

1 ,767 

8,536 

3,015 

4,781 

737 



52,359 

55.985 

2.158 

3.459 

(D) 

1P9 

(Dl 



21.352 

1 .905 

11.350 

1 .511 
1.911 
1.555 



12.695 

1 1.899 

797 



39. 163 

5.170 
12,6uo 

3,055 
915 

li,519 
161 

2,119 
812 

1,193 
559 

1,118 
552 
95 

2,128 
583 
715 
571 

1,056 
519 
138 
726 
372 

2,331 

1 ,620 



1 .517.939 

1.020.776 

386.152 

38175;, 

93i53i» 

30, '10 

197.:.23 



i.50i,-:;c 

1 .187.551 

71 .811 

8.259 

237. 07t 



812.157 

131 ,607 

16.62e 

36.117 

5.337 

72.495 

182.206 

138.356 

13. Bio 

37.386 

351 .980 

268.501 

(D) 

(D) 

28.564 

70.521 



530.621 

351 .059 

261 .543 

65.0 12 

31.511 

169,555 

52,58!. 

92,586 

11,289 



1 ,123,1 8i 

1 ,001 ,1 80 

15,923 

66,19P 

(D) 

3, -329 

(Dl 



47o,031 
34,891 

274,507 
34,921 
39,599 
35,1 13 



217,152 

232,881 

11. 26^ 



805,110 
99, 11^ 

281 .01 1 
51 ,d03 
17,035 

199.036 

3.137 

17,008 

15.397 

89.1 58 
11 .988 
21 .231 
12.927 

1 .758 
13.1 71 
11 .529 
11.781 
15.530 
19.613 
12,028 

1.33U 
13.718 

7.1 11 
50.002 
33.698 



1.128,763 

911 ,881 

821,510 

2': ,516 

92,695 

2'*. 09<l 

452.768 



1.329, 335 

1 .061.873 

66, 131 

7.932 

190.199 



735.795 

1 18.575 

15.835 

31 .980 

5.917 

61.813 

169.120 

130.071 

39.357 

33.129 

522.089 

211 ,771 

(D) 

(D) 

24,953 

68.621 



512.767 

319.113 

251.735 

62.877 

31 .801 

163.351 

51 .282 

83.6 18 

13.151 



1 .1 12.253 

991.051 

15.199 

63.826 

(O) 

3.735 

(0) 



155.226 
34.122 

268.222 
34,0 1 1 
38.79^ 
80.079 



205,721 

195,078 

1 1 .643 



760. 337 

96.891 

269.820 

59.11U 

15.996 

190.313 

3.099 
15.518 
15.C13 
85,851 
1 1 .116 
19.756 
12.300 

1 .505 
37.181 
10,316 
10,381 
12,119 
19,132 
11 ,320 

2.995 
13.115 

6.575 
17.023 
31.611 



12. 171 

29,579 

26,31 1 

1 ,235 

2,132 

1 . 175 

11 ,320 



33.960 
23,939 

1,616 
2C6 

8.1 19 



16.751 

2.307 

267 

506 

102 

1 .332 

3.0t7 

2.2J9 

858 

823 

3.577 

5.438 

(D) 

(D) 

813 

1.059 



a. 163 

3.516 
3,977 

396 

513 
2,5U7 

953 
1 ,168 

225 



11,152 

12,593 

581 

1,011 

(D) 

51 

(D) 



5,911 
525 
3,771 I 

505 I 

523; 

1 ,61" I 



6,868 
6,390 

178 



11,016 

1 ,599 

1,004 

1 ,0115 

, 231 

2,71 1 

51 

782 

211 

1 ,511 

233 

443 

223 

37 

927 

301 

610 

522 

329 

21 1 

82 

199 

105 

950 

671 



35.037 

21,902 

22,230 

521 

2,101 

710 

9.125 



26,018 
19,640 

1 , 320 
17: 

4,912 



1 3,c:93 
I ,72<^ 

226 

119 

31 

993 

2.159 

1 .837 

622 

593 

6,726 

5,132 

(D) 

(D) 

601 

987 



7,506 
5.088 
3.587 

812 

559 
2.118 

913 
1 .308 

197 



11,049 
12.371 
645 
913 
(D) 
51 
(Dl 



6.397 
492 

3.557 
133 
512 

1 ,313 



1.113 

4 , 1 35 

306 



12,161 

I ,172 

3,721 

932 

232 

2,509 

51 

729 

227 

1 .107 
205 
367 
189 

28 
728 
230 
320 
321 
297 
182 

55 
189 

90 
820 
579 



9,230 

4,506 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

669 

1,-31 



.370 
10 
908 
1 52 
3'0 



1,258 

519 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 ,712 

(NA) 

(NA1 

(NA) 

375 

360 



2,5f 1 
1,818 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
755 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1,047 
393 
351 
219 
(D) 
20 
(Dl 



91 
3CU 
160 
159 
70f 



(NA) 
(NA) 



5,833 

25o 

T'i 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

113 

88 



157 
160 

10 
513 
102 
383 
579 
11-5 

81 

37 
132 

15 
213 
101 



Standard Notes- (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.i.. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
'Group totals may include data for establishments without payroU which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents zero. 



432272 O -57 -8 



30-18 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
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 
workwetk 



(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 

tora (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



PHILADELPHIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Con. 



Noostore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses. _ - - 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



i 1 sac 
55 

21399 
126 



656 
35 

567 
5« 



254,357 
(?) 

107,e»9 
(D) 



229,1)5 

(D) 

8Ui693 

(D) 



38,850 
(Dl 

16,018 
(D) 



836,1 13 
(Dl 

321 ,23c 
(D) 



803,639 
10) 

305,741 
(D) 



12,580 

(0) 

4,512 

(D) 



11 >582 

(0) 

4,073 

(D) 



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



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. 

Dehcatessen 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 

Geoeral 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 FurnishiDgs, Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Fiuniture 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 (f ranchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised). 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealeis 

Household trailer dealers .- -. 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c 



Gasoline Service Stations 



Total 



Liunber, BIdg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Equipmeat 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. 



782 

446 

39 

10 

46 

76 

51 

(NA) 

(NA) 

43 

67 



647 

264 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

60 

321 



101 

7 

66 

6 

20 



310 
54 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

137 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17 

20 



164 
1 19 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
65 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 1 1 
47 
35 
23 



85 
(NA) 
(NA) 



322 

172 
27 
6 
16 
22 
41 
35 
A 
17 
21 



493 
2C6 
189 



132 
83 
47 
14 
24 
47 
21 
20 



1 
• • • 



74,084 

57,690 

5, 188 

420 

2,038 

1 ,712 

2,188 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 ,939 

2,849 



28,423 

12, "48 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

li531 

14,428 



35,189 
23,334 

6,808 
100 

4,897 



27,436 

4,177 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

{NA)1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

12,206 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1,566 

1 ,290 



20,317 
13,270 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
7,047 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



53,216 

43,894 

4>8C4 

2,1 12 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



20,544 
869 

14,157 
1,155 
1,591 
2,772 



7,416 
(NA) 
(NA) 



62,826 

50,248 

4,832 

382 

1 ,360 

878 

2,040 

) ,778 

262 

1 t069 

2,017 



25,751 

1 1 ,758 

10,471 

66 

1|221 

1,203 

12,790 



34,501 

23,334 

6,270 



26,062 

4,071 

(D) 

847 

(D) 

2,599 

4,936 

4,1 17 

821 

2,701 

1 1 ,612 

9,715 

482 

1 ,415 

(D) 

(D) 



19,317 
12,664 
9,827 
1 ,273 
1 ,564 
6,653 
2,880 
3,385 
388 



52,650 
43,886 
4,446 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



20,172 
869 

14,055 

(D) 

1 ,591 

(D) 



7,166 
(D) 
(D) 



5,298 

3,654 

498 

21 

74 

93 

566 

496 

70 

68 

324 



4,770 

2,891 

2,346 

9 

536 

185 

1 ,694 



5,181 
3,082 
1 ,251 



3,703 
529 
(D) 
1 18 
ID) 
341 
746 
610 
136 
452 
1 ,616 
1 ,389 
72 
155 
152 
208 



2,629 

1 ,849 

1,420 

192 

237 

780 

410 

307 

63 



4,936 
4,262 
238 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



2,476 
125 

1,596 
165 
337 
253 



915 
(D) 
(D) 



101 ,862 

70,151 

8,582 

431 

1 ,403 

1,473 

12,441 

10,561 

1 ,860 

1 ,323 

6,058 



97,709 
60,341 
47.979 
321 
12.041 
3.439 
33,929 



104,800 
63.700 
23.638 



69,146 

9,456 

(D) 

2,036 

ID) 

6,155 

14,1 86 

1 1 ,662 

2.524 

7.638 i 

30.224 

25.736 

1 .464 

3.024 

3,105 

4.537 



49,990 

35.443 

27,692 

3,650 

4,101 

14,547 

8,312 

5.063 

1 .172 



88.260 
75.211 
5,514 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



46,019 
2,459 

30.756 
3,453 
4,1 18 
5,233 



17. 172 
(D) 
(D) 



90,318 

61 ,379 

7,492 

409 

1,349 

1,231 

1 1 ,437 

9,766 

1 ,671 

1 ,288 

5,733 



85,541 
53,667 
45.072 

8.595 

2,725 

29,149 



92,505 
55,529 
22.419 



61 1951 

7,728 

(D) 

1 .237 

(0) 

5.295 

13.135 

10,934 

2,201 

7.364 

26.719 

22,60a 

1.310 

2.801 

2,678 

4,327 



48.366 ; 
."'4.516 ; 
261987 ! 

3.58:. 

3.949 • 
13.851.1 ' 

7.88V 

4,806 ; 

1.157 



67.355 

74,630 

5.297 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



45,161 
2,385 

30.450 
3.300 
4,019 
5,007 



14,969 
(D) 
(D) 



1 .973 
1 .294 

155 
12 
41 
54 

270 

227 
43 
31 

1 16 



2.530 

1.639 

I. 218 

16 

405 

107 

784 



2,487 

1 .451 

526 



.401 
176 
(D) 

44 
(0) 
110 
228 
177 

51 
144 
706 
583 

42 

81 



757 

547 

412 

53 

82 

210 

1 12 

82 

16 



1,038 
869 
74 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



1,451 
919 
106 



36 
215 
182 



1 ,857 
1 ,224 
1 ,046 

178 

69 

564 



1,971 

1 ,149 

481 



1 ,062 

115 

(D) 

21 

(01 

77 

173 

136 

37 

129 

528 

434 

30 

64 

58 

59 



694 

504 

384 

51 

69 

190 

102 

73 

15 



1 ,013 
854 
69 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



416 
(D) 
(D) 



263 
(D) 
(D) 



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



(Z) Less than $600. 



Represents sero. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-19 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Persi^^nnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUars) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollara) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)* 
(Number) 



TRENTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN ARE.A — Con 



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 

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 dealels. 

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

Second-hand stores 



Nooslore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organisations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



Ill 

56 

76 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9 

n 

38 

5 

5 

21 

• •• 

35 

16 

17 



128 
17 



243 

10 

«0 

IS 

2 

19 

1 

9 

7 

24 

5 

5 



36.693 

6 1678 

7 1969 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

8ll«0 

1 1656 

2i036 

U63 

404 

542 

liiei 

522 
777 
532 

1l645 
466 
160 
219 

ll?14 
919 
700 



131933 
1 i2U2 
91468 
3l223 



33i287 
5 1968 
6 1 863 
2l769 

(D) 

3,567 

(Dl 

8i14U 

1 i606 

1 l816 

463 

404 

386 

991 
420 
537 
402 
101 
466 
(Dl 
219 
(01 
919 
610 



12i253 

(D) 

81O8O 

(D) 



3i542 

431 

902 

359 

(01 

401 

(Dl 

525 

108 

322 

39 

35 

40 

145 
37 
54 
63 

216 
26 
11 
78 

298 

1 13 



2l413 

(D) 

2i005 

(D) 



681907 

8136U 

I812OO 

7i351 

(01 

B13I5 

(Dl 

9i810 

2l273 

5i987 

765 

786 

741 

• • • 

2i690 

557 

937 

1 1457 

4i302 

456 

139 

1 1613 

4i808 

2l49u 

2l39e 



44.595 
(D) 

35,344 
(D) 



64i250 

7i516 

17i645 

7i040 

(Dl 

81O86 

(D) 

81 580 

21116 

5i801 

658 

706 

687 

• • • 

2i330 

530 

899 

1i327 

4i182 

443 

139 

1 16I3 

4i495 

2i289 

2i294 



44i291 

(D) 
35i182 

(D) 



ll148 

152 

245 

104 

(Dl 

106 

(Dl 

137 

33 

97 

25 

24 

13 



553 
(D) 

428 
(D) 



943 
113 
227 

97 
(01 

96 
(Dl 
107 

27 

82 



539 

(D) 
420 
(D) 



424 

65 

74 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

10 

8 

39 

5 



38 
12 
20 
25 

7 



3 

20 
17 



148 
(D) 
128 
(D) 



WILMINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of New Castle County. Del. , and Salem County, N. J. 



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, Dritikiag Places 
Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias _ 

Caterers _ 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



General Merchaodise Group 
Total 

Department stores 

Dr>' 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 futnishings 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 



Furniture, Home FurnishiDgs, 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 



3,262 



717 


341 


48E 


22E 


26 


22 


16 


8 


30 


B 


62 


14 


39 


29 


(NA) 


26 


(NA) 


3 


21 


17 


31 


15 


574 


428 


301 


219 


(NA) 


214 


(NA) 


2 


INAI 


3 


71 


35 


200 


174 


180 


66 


7 


7 


42 


26 


18 


2 


33 


31 


275 


227 


48 


44 


(NA) 


7 


(NA) 


11 


(NA) 


2 


(NA) 


24 


(NA) 


41 


(NA) 


23 


(NA) 


IB 


(NA) 


19 


99 


89 


(NA) 


63 


(NA) 


11 


(NA) 


15 


29 


23 


17 


11 


173 


127 


101 


73 


(NA) 


45 


fNA) 


13 


(NA) 


IS 


70 


54 


(NA) 


25 


(NA) 


26 


(NA) 


3 



362,449 



81,822 

7,074 

3.352 

877 

1. 158 

(D) 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1I32 

1,438 



25il78 

151619 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

I1652 

71847 



41 1871 
(D) 

2i639 
(D) 

6i762 



271317 
5i248 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1 1 . 366 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
CD) 
(D) 



23i'i65 
13i?46 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
10i305 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



358,563 



72,634 

63.563 

(D) 

703 

(D) 

(D) 

1 1283 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 1O55 

1 ,224 



22 1 892 

141359 

13i871 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 i364 

7il69 



4 1 1 1 83 

(D) 

2i413 

(Dl 

(Dl 



25 1423 

5il94 

(D) 

1 1O59 

(01 

3i439 

5|091 

3i380 

1 i711 

2i511 

1 1 |234 

9i770 

(0) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



22l697 

12l778 

lOiSOe 

1 i492 

778 

9i919 

4i769 

(D) 

(D) 



44.286 



1,056 
.908 
(D) 
76 
(D) 
(D) 
287 
(D) 
(01 
101 
113 



4i730 

3i517 

3t401 

(Dl 

(01 

195 

1 1OI8 



5(610 
(D) 
334 
(01 

1 i248 



4il31 
776 
(D) 
130 
(Dl 
572 
817 
585 
232 
316 
1i879 
1 i724 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



3i579 

2i271 

1 18I2 

328 

131 

1 l308 

543 

(D) 

(D) 



120,955 

98.803 

(D) 

1 1432 
(D) 
(D) 

5i156 
(D) 
(Dl 

2i102 

2.449 



90i795 

65i253 

63i406 

(Dl 

(Dl 

41178 

20i365 



115i883 

(D) 

5i805 

(Dl 

25i545 



74il7e 

13i49e 

(D) 

2i636 

(Dl 

9i759 

121998 

8i773 

4i225 

5i433 

35i714 

321561 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



65i672 

38i699 

29i581 

5,186 

21830 

261973 

1 1 1079 

(D) 

(D) 



767,493 



106.643 

86,097 

(D) 

1,432 
(D) 
(D) 

5l464 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 1791 

2. 355 



65i814 

63l814 

60i999 

(01 

(Dl 

3i777 

181223 



1021293 

(D) 

5i355 

(01 

21 ll 13 



69,522 

12,007 

(D) 

2i482 

(Dl 

8l483 

12,705 

8,549 

4,056 

4,946 

33,710 

30,818 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



64,278 

37i785 

29l208 

5i972 

2i505 

26,493 

10,878 

(D) 

(D) 



16. 327 



,387 

,851 

(D) 

26 

(D) 

(D) 

147 

(D) 

(Dl 

59 

55 



2,553 

1 ,915 
1 ,857 
(Dl 
(01 
134 
604 



2,762 
(D) 
137 
(01 
606 



1,517 
235 
(D) 
46 
(01 
172 
234 
159 
75 
145 
771 
585 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



941 
574 
431 
82 
61 
367 
151 
(D) 
(D) 



13.572 



1 ,800 

1 . 361 

(D) 

25 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

40 

47 



2,292 
1 1735 
1 ,679 
(Dl 
(Dl 
105 
452 



2,1 16 
(D) 
117 
(01 
530 



1,272 
176 
(D) 
36 
(Dl 
124 
219 
153 
66 
109 
557 
591 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



887 
534 
405 
78 
51 
353 
145 
(D) 
(D) 



3.009 



714 

479 

(D) 

15 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

21 

29 



577 
505 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
71 
197 



63 
(D) 
32 

(Dl 



204 

24 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

69 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(D) 



143 
89 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
52 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $S(X). 
' Group totals may include data for estabUshments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents lero. 



30-20 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS • 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
. Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 

(Number) 



WILMINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



Aulomolive Group 



Total - 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranehised) _ 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c. 



Gasoline Service StadODs 



Total . 



Liunber, Bldg. Mads., Hardware, Farm Equipmeot Dealers 



Toul 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealeis- 

Paint, gias.';, 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. _ 

Jewelry stores 

Book stores 

Stationery stores 

Sporting goods stores 

Bicycle stores . . - 

Florists- - 

Cigar stores, stands - 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music store-s . .-- — 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Luggage, leather goods stores — 

Optical gouds stores 

OtEce, store machine and equipment dealers. 

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

Second-hand stores -- 



NoDstore Retailers 



Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations . 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



125 
5a 
30 
23 

7 



152 
20 

t8 
17 



120 
(NA) 
(NA) 



S6« 

171 

5B 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

314 

o 

38 



1 14 

ia 

38 
13 
11 
311 



100 
68 
12 



3614 

129 

140 

11 

5 



5at2<30 

2ia62 
2i081 

(D) 
(D) 



22t001 

2i751 

12l'533 

(D) 

(D) 

3>219 



11 l61 1 
(NA) 
(NA) 



64.509 
12,727 
24,962 

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

1 1 «rs8 

1 <597 

2l7Ul 
101 

1 i852 
783 
IDI 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,("42 
(D) 
,(D) 
692 
101 
414 
114 

1,271 
536 



7,994 
(D) 

5,781 
(D) 



53,386 

48,459 

(D) 

2,023 

(01 

(D) 



21 (165 

(Dl 

12,795 

1 ,975 

(D) 

2,641 



11,161 

10,742 

419 



59,955 
10,879 
24,738 
(D) 
(D) 
23,308 

10,822 
(01 
2,515 
101 
IDl 
(D) 

(D) 
880 
912 
(D) 
(01 
592 
IDI 
(Dl 
1 14 
1 ,271 
450 



6,706 

101 

4,709 

(D) 



5,432 
4,971 

(D) 
249 

(D) 
(D) 



3.038 
301 
1 ,768 
(D) 
(D) 
280 



1 ,633 

1 .591 

42 



6.427 
1 .027 
2.513 
(D) 
(D) 
2.223 

573 
179 
488 

(01 
373 

(D) 

• • • 

(D) 
63 
88 
(D) 
(D) 
80 
(Dl 
141 
?6 
215 
93 



1.674 
(Dl 

1,381 
(D) 



95.092 
86.328 

(D) 

5.081 

(D) 

(D) 



59.042 

5.222 

34,340 

(D) 

(D) 

6.756 



31 .848 

31 .187 

561 



100,1 18 

18.881 

30.498 

(D) 

(D) 

24.714 

• • • 
10.228 

2.546 

9.191 

(01 

4.923 

(D) 

• • • 

(D) 
1 .156 
1 .673 

(D) 

(D) 
1 .523 

(01 

2.170 

496 

4.717 

1 .762 



31 .077 

(01 

25.363 

(D) 



94.253 
85.977 

(D) 
4.839 

(D) 
(D) 
• • , 



56.341 

5.180 

32.704 

(D) 

(D) 

5.887 



27.972 

27.447 

525 



95.360 
17.891 
29.1 15 
(D) 
(D) 
23.552 

9.753 
2.384 
8.906 
(01 
4.831 



(D) 
1 .077 
1 .257 

(D) 

(D) 
1 .475 

(01 

2.170 

485 

4.466 

1 .714 



30.81 1 

(Dl 

25.358 

(D) 



1 ,297 

1 .161 

(D) 

75 

(D) 
(D) 



882 
87 

499 
(D) 
(D) 

127 



.824 
366 
464 
(D) 
(D) 
374 

180 
44 
137 
(Dl 
88 
(D) 

'Co') 

40 

91 
(D) 
(D) 

24 
(01 

30 

8 

102 

32 



422 
(Dl 
327 

(D) 



1.253 
1 ,149 

(D) 
63 
(D) 
(D) 



801 
85 

457 
(D) 
(D) 
97 



587 

575 

12 



1,577 
298 
435 
(D) 
(D) 
353 
■ • • 
158 
37 
128 
(01 
84 
(D) 

*(V) 
34 
39 

(D) 

(D) 
21 

(01 
30 
7 
82 
28 



404 
(01 
325 

(D) 



1 14 
50 
(D) 
16 
(D) 
(D), 



1 17 
16 
27 
(D) 
(D) 
54 



105 
(NA) 
(NA) 

505 

151 

48 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

25 

4 

35 

(Dl 

7 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

19 

(D) 

(D) 

6 

(01 

6 

3 

17 

16 



142 
(01 
130 
CD) 



Standard Not«s: (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 establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



. . Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 103 A. RETAIL TRADE; 1948 '— STANDARD METROPOUTAN AREAS 
Establishments and Sales, by Kind of Business 



30-21 



Kind of business 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores 

Eating, drinking places. 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessoiies stores. 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliant* dealers 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations.-. 

Lxunber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers. 

Drug stores, proprietary stores 

Other retail stores 

Nonstore retailers 



Retail trade, total 

Food stores 

Eating, drinlcing platjes 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 

Liunber, builtiing materials, hardware, fann equipment dealers 

Drug stores, proprietary stores 

Other retail stores 

Nonstore retailers 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 

(Numl)er) 



Sales, 1948 



Total, aU 

establish- 

ments 

(SI,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 

(tl.OOO) 



ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM-EASTON 
STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 



5,571 

1,707 
1,132 
115 
424 
283 
285 
566 
221 
129 
684 
25 



720 
748 

74 
313 
226 
242 
303 
189 

98 
448 

22 



395,267 

91,725 
30,126 
44,583 
33,804 
26,274 
61,986 
18,003 
32,024 

8,493 
42,397 

5,852 



357,216 

71,910 
25,160 
43,815 
32,233 
25,422 
60,686 
13,598 
31,481 

7,987 
39,097 

5,827 



PHILADELPHIA STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



42,559 

13,025 
3,585 
1,076 
4,320 
2,127 
1,194 
2,954 
1,524 
1,971 
5,636 
147 



25,391 

5,658 
6,347 

606 
2,621 
1,434 
1,039 
1,893 

981 
1,431 
3,254 

127 



741, 197 

319,427 

(D) 

294,675 

179,043 

405,411 

103,290 

159,555 

93,381 

387,030 

(D) 



2,949,780 

591,559 
289,811 
(D) 
267,711 
164,744 
399,972 

84,163 
150,054 

82,858 

355,129 

(D) 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales, 1948 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 
(Jl.OOO) 



ATLANTIC CITY STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



605 
829 

69 
280 
120 

52 
224 

80 

69 
451 



327 

620 
44 

177 
84 
45 

118 
68 
62 

286 



167,382 

37,311 

30, 577 

10,413 

17,819 

3,486 

16,011 

6,232 

3,391 

5,721 

25,961 

410 



152,020 

32,051 

28,328 

10,058 

16,221 

7,733 

15,254 

4,764 

3,124 

5,613 

23,414 

410 



TRENTON STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



864 
674 

74 
303 
127 
107 
270 
119 

75 
402 

11 



1,885 

373 

478 
50 

210 
38 
93 

174 
86 
63 

259 
11 



236,771 

53,074 
24,665 
26,965 
24,742 
10, 950 
34,645 

9,187 
12,953 

5,371 
32,299 

1,915 



216,107 

43,428 
21,509 
26,577 
23,339 
10,456 
34,096 

7,343 
12,405 

5,128 
29,861 

1,915 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 



Total 



With 
payroU 



Total, all 

estabhsh- 

ments 

(tl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



NEW YORK-NORTHEASTERN 

NEW JERSEY STANDARD 

METROPOLITAN AREA 



162,387 

52,481 

30,780 
4,815 

17,649 
8,337 
3,769 
8,693 
4,903 
5,548 

24,720 
692 



99,704 

25,536 

24,663 
2,216 

11,824 
5,517 
3,038 
5,573 
3,213 
4,331 

13,207 
584 



12,460,909 

3,322,842 

1,534,222 

1,270,841 

1,656,043 

778,233 

1,162,639 

339, 168 

451,549 

328,465 

1,464,562 

152,295 



11,200,243 



,719,499 
,437,000 
,237,768 
,567,100 
695,792 
,136,146 
279,154 
421,235 
303,848 
,252,234 
150)467 



WILMINGTON STANDARD 
METROPOLITAN AREA 



3,133 

889 
594 

81 
238 
161 
127 
297 
148 

99 
476 

23 



2,059 

413 
433 

50 
177 
129 
107 
191 
120 

89 
329 

21 



271,584 

53,059 
13,409 
17,728 
25,488 
18,990 
42, 575 
13,922 
18,928 

7,421 
45,404 

4,660 



250,762 

48,956 

16,337 

17, 210 

24,573 

18,488 

41,658 

11,774 

18,345 

7,256 

(D) 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ... RepreBents zero. 
'Data In thle table differ from those which appeared In the publications of the 19U8 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Canparleon of 19U8 and 
1951* CenauBCB In the Introduction. 



30-22 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



ATLANTIC COUNTY (See Atlantic City Standard 
Metropolitan Area. Table 103. ) 

BERGEN COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fisli (seafood) marketa. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, driokiog places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands). 

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, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonf ranchised) . 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations - 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, fztm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, budding materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores. 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jeweh7 stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists _ 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



BURLINGTON COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eadng, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places.. 



EstabUshments 



Total' 

(Number) 



61UI6 

ItUOa 
61.3 
159 
62 
200 
I 16 
218 

1.083 
«72 
119 
190 

167 



15 

539 

93 

(NA) 

(NA) 

213 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

ir-1 

335 

219 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 \1 

257 

1?1 

76 



121 

59 

116 

18U 
(NA) 
(NA) 

9Ra 

158 
167 
17 
52 
79 
62 
70 
18 
37 



With 
payroll 



tt73 
I 1 

U143 



328 

228 

16 



32? 
177 
115 



710 
321 

91 
20 
66 
10a 
108 

833 

370 

87 

376 

107 

1 

60 



U09 

69 

63 

9 

195 

110 

22 

63 

73 

235 

155 

66 

89 

80 

201 
1 15 



166 
152 



532 

1 18 
10! 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 
($1,000) 



152 

1 16 

10 



246 
1 19 
127 



705.103 

197.061 

156.731 

1 1 .776 

1 .913 

7.837 

6.tt75 

12.099 

51 .863 

29.877 

3.77U 

18.165 

31.902 
(Dl 

17.C'r2 
135 
(D) 

16.965 

7.758 

(NA) 

(NA) 

22.655 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.102 

31. 138 

19.201 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11.903 

111 .807 

95.858 

9. 153 

3.517 

2.279 

15.293 

17.191 
978 

33.600 
1.518 
8.302 

17.858 

(NA) 
(NA) 

51.661 

11.981 

23.111 

2.178 

2.571 

1.076 

2.395 

2.068 

1 .275 

973 

2.027 

888 

651 

3.710 

1.358 

53.080 
(D) 

21.533 
(D) 



133.779 

33.939 

31 .128 

957 

323 

151 

1 .021 

13.052 
7.010 
6.012 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(il.OOO) 



618.973 

175.719 
116.785 
9.210 
1.117 
1.053 
5.217 
9.297 

17,557 

28.151 

3.351 

15.052 

33.581 
(D) 

15.818 
(Dl 

(D) 

11.171 

7.176 

8.570 

1.616 

22.030 

15.919 

603 

1.508 

1.952 

32.782 
18.351 
12.119 
6.212 
11.121 

1 1 1 367 

95.578 

8.385 

3.113 

1 .991 

10.115 

11,962 
(0) 

33,108 

(D) 

5.912 

17.152 

17,179 

283 

55,055 

13.355 

22.036 

2.111 

2.335 

2,630 

1 .766 

1 .822 

(D) 

157 

1 .125 

591 

177 

(D) 

900 

15.525 
(01 

17.095 
(D) 



121 .281 

29.617 
28,030 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
701 

11.711 
5.118 
5.566 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUaiB) 



49.538 

13.789 

10.181 

716 

88 

327 

1 .171 
703 

9.501 

5.606 

110 

2.585 

1,799 
(D) 

1 ,961 
(01 
(D) 

5.717 
967 

1 .195 
188 

2.802 

2.250 

80 

172 

555 

1,720 
3,279 
2.131 

1 .118 
1 .111 

10.199 

9.313 

121 

538 

221 

3.235 

5.126 

(01 

3.562 

(D) 
■315 

2.288 

2.255 

33 

5.835 

970 

2.121 

316 

373 

191 

212 

287 

57 

36 

171 

35 

39 

511 

111 

3,927 

(01 

3,165 

(D) 



12,071 

2,103 

1,917 

67 

(D> 

(Dl 

107 

2.1 10 

1 .253 

857 



Full 
workweek 



275.757 

209.110 

13.110 

1 .552 

6,1 13 

32,281 

12,928 

197.971 

135.551 

10.518 

51 .902 

100.205 

(D) 

38.215 

(D) 

(D) 

109.576 

18.183 

20.197 

3.611 

55.160 

11.365 

1 .816 

8.979 

12.091 

90.815 
52.712 
39.229 
23.183 
28.101 

186.81 1 
162.891 

8,596 
10.908 

1.313 

66.122 

97.958 
(Dl 

68.978 
(D) 

16.108 

11.851 

11.321 

527 

1 11.779 

18.651 

17.028 

6.007 

6.506 

3,781 

1.998 

5.869 

1 .005 

591 

3.977 

551 

811 

12.377 

2.102 

75.109 
(D) 

55,519 
(D) 



239.578 

13.997 

10.556 

923 

(Dl 

(D) 

2.213 

13.687 
25.171 
18.213 



217.509 

187.339 

12.513 

1 .125 

5.1 15 

29.516 

11 .501 

180.589 

125.183 

7.892 

17.311 

85.500 
(Dl 

31 .719 
(0) 
(D) 

91.611 

15.988 

19.152 

3.396 

11.931 

35,517 

1,550 

5.657 

9.861 

88.311 
61.201 
38.375 
22.825 
27.113 

185.273 
162.1 18 

8.563 
10.185 

1.107 

59.622 

95.382 
(Dl 

67.578 
(D) 

15.111 

39.695 

39.169 

527 

108.11 1 

16.887 

16.010 

5.617 

5.331 

3.125 

1.372 

5.510 

902 

388 

3.199 

573 

792 

1 1 .881 

2.188 

71.188 
(D) 

61.906 
(D) 



37.983 

35.027 

831 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .937 

38.065 
21 .982 
15.083 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



1.980 
3.551 
221 
32 
182 
651 
210 

1.51 1 

5.125 

291 

1.095 

2.065 
(Dl 
798 
(Dl 
(D) 

2.293 

309 

291 

61 

1.319 

1.053 

15 

251 

280 

1 .271 
851 
521 
330 
123 

2.265 

1.912 

111 

151 

58 

1.270 

1 .339 
(Dl 
851 
(D) 
309 

791 
786 



1 .818 

311 

615 

91 

101 

87 

77 

105 

28 

21 

101 

15 

13 

197 

11 

1 .016 
(Dl 
901 
(D) 



879 
791 

18 
(D) 
(Dl 

58 

1.223 

796 
127 



FuU 

workweek 



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



19,118 

3,650 
2.637 

182 
25 

122 
197 

187 

3.519 
2.551 

177 



1 .388 
(Dl 
522 
ID) 
(D) 

1,728 
260 
250 
51 
991 
820 
38 
133 
173 

1 .180 
791 
180 
311 
389 

2.216 

1.916 

112 

136 

52 

951 

1.237 
(Dl 
821 

(0) 
253 

577 
569 



1.572 

250 

588 

81 

90 

65 

63 

92 

21 

9 

71 

11 

12 

173 

33 

1.00c 
(D) 
857 

(D) 



517 
558 

12 
(D) 
(Dl 

10 

901 
576 
328 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Kot available. n.e.o. Not elsewhere classified XXX Not applicable. 

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



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents sero. 



-NEW JERSEY 

Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-23 



County and kind of business 



BURLINGTON COUNTY— Con. 

General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) ., 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores _ _■ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furoishtags, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

AutomotiTe group 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, him equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers , 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores. ___ 

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.. __ __ 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores 

Nonstore retailers 

CAMDEN COUNTY 

Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores -,- 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets __ 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores 

Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

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, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores. _ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores. 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group, total . 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers.. _ -..---_^-_- 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, form equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores 



Establishments 



TVrtal* 

(Number) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
37 
(NA) 
(NA) 



75 
211 



223 

30 



928 
596 
62 
39 
103 
66 
58 

693 

299 

56 

336 

1?3 
2 

66 

7 

U8 

3M6 
7C 

(NA) 
(NA) 
IIU 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



165 

1C2 

(NA) 

(NA) 

63 

1 13 

13 

36 

28 

6 

318 

161 

3 
53 
38 
65 



With 
payroll 



113 
2S 
23 

16 
7 
5 

36 



386 
?"t8 
36 
9 
21 
48 
2U 

549 

199 

46 

304 

63 

2 

22 



121 

80 



41 

8! 
41 
18 
20 
6 
246 

101 

3 

35 

30 

33 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments* 
(ti.ooo) 



1 .099 
3.585 

4.502 
711 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1.563 
(NA) 
(NA) 
270 

4.197 
2.485 
1 .712 

28.096 

13.337 

11 .404 
3.449 
5.426 
1 .529 

2.940 

2.757 

183 

14,262 

2.583 

3.250 

5.120 

61 1 

(D) 

(D) 

113 

3.566 



348.546 

89.401 
75.548 
5.153 
668 
2.079 
2.925 
2,664 

35.903 

15.595 

1.487 

17.762 

23.540 
(Dl 

2.655 
(D) 

5.8"4 

13.404 

3,763 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.644 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

l.=34 

19.918 

13.727 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.191 

64.981 

56,3r8 

5. 300 

2,840 

533 

23,657 

21.926 

(Dl 

13.288 

3.942 

(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(tl,(X)0) 



3.972 

785 

3. 187 

4.104 
615 
(Dl 
910 
1 .439 
1 .252 
187 
(D) 

3,713 
2.261 
1.452 

27.872 

10.915 

1 1 1 1 74 
3.449 

(D) 
(Dl 

2.940 

2.757 

183 

12.454 
2.273 

2.882 

5.032 

351 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2.776 



318.506 

75.171 

65.018 

4.491 

(D) 

(D) 

2,551 

2.066 

33.763 

15.304 

1 .367 

17.092 

22.296 

<D1 
1.730 

(D) 
6.594 

15.490 
3.379 
3,366 
2.109 
6.042 
3.995 
1 17 
1 .930 
1.594 

18.988 

13.249 

1 1 .250 

1 ,999 

5.739 

64.343 

(D) 

5,048 

(D) 

533 

21 ,941 

20.946 

(01 

13.010 

3.772 

(D) 



T 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



518 

85 

433 

348 
64 
74 
68 
131 
107 



504 
318 
186 

2,378 

930 

1 .282 
377 

775 
130 

302 
294 



1 ,015 
1 15 

302 
375 

53 
(D) 
(D) 

7 



581 



36.104 

5.780 
4.639 
360 
(D) 
(D) 
538 
117 

5.985 

3.725 

155 

3.105 

2.929 

(Dl 
150 
(D) 
951 

1.939 
419 
388 
251 
685 
4 = 9 
10 
217 
195 

2.822 

2.125 

1.831 

294 

597 

5.223 

5.640 

216 

328 

39 

1,790 

2.463 
(Dl 

1 .4?9 
557 

(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUats) 



10.054 
1 .477 
8.577 

6,796 
1 .028 
1 .27? 
1 ,317 
2,913 
2.524 
389 
256 

9.176 
5.632 
3.544 

45.337 

17.793 

24.996 
6. 550 

15.875 
2.461 

5.919 

5.791 

128 

20.694 

2i772 

5.920 

5.705 

1 .483 

(D) 

(D) 

50 

1 1 .129 



593.085 

113.543 

90.219 

7.863 

(D) 

(D) 

10.888 

2.055 

140.186 

72.127 

3.709 

64.350 

61 .698 

(Dl 

2.723 

(D) 

18.524 

38.008 
8.00" 
7.218 
4.422 
14.320 
10.101 
193 
4.026 
4.044 

49.635 
35.689 
29.485 
5.204 
13.946 

1 10.314 

97.767 

5,899 

5,958 

690 

34,5 35 

44.804 

(Dl 

25.876 

10,851 

(D) 



FuU 
workweek 



8.786 
1.175 
7.51 1 

5.073 

875 

1 .172 

1.180 

2.536 

2.247 

389 

210 

8.829 
5.370 
3.459 

44,645 

16.212 

24.417 
6.S54 

15.592 
2.271 

4.989 

4.902 

87 

19.332 
2,561 
5.835 
6.555 
1.126 
(D) 
(D) 



640.209 

100.106 

78.640 

7.633 

(D) 

(D) 

10.000 

1 .882 

127.992 

66.305 

3.356 

58.319 

55.678 

(Dl 

2.375 

(D) 

15.894 

32.502 
7.016 
6.665 
3.508 

1 1 .590 

8.336 

178 

3.177 

3.522 

48.175 
34.547 
28.964 
5.583 
13.628 

109.264 

97.095 

5,879 

5,600 

690 

30,290 

43.447 

(Dl 

25.192 

10.797 

(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



174 
22 
24 
41 
79 
71 

e 



383 

378 

101 

226 

51 

150 
142 



105 

110 

25 

(D) 

(D) 

3 



13.398 

2.197 
1.713 
122 
(D) 
(D) 
240 
44 

3.563 

1 .997 

110 

1 .456 

1.328 

(Dl 

70 

(D) 

657 

867 
135 
1 19 
101 
412 
299 
6 
107 
100 

746 
547 
447 
100 
199 

1 .431 

1 .217 

97 

106 

11 

733 

650 
(D> 
367 
139 

(D) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Numberl 



261 

31 

230 

133 
14 
20 
31 
62 
54 
8 



140 
86 
54 



293 

357 
98 

220 
39 

86 



346 
53 
101 
105 
19 
(D) 
(D) 



10.693 

1 .588 
1 .205 
106 
(D) 
(D) 
199 
32 

2.894 
1 .556 



944 
(01 
49 
(D) 
454 

594 

95 

85 

60 

275 

205 

5 

65 

79 

698 
508 
422 
86 
190 

1 .392 

1 .201 

95 

35 

11 

529 

580 
(Dl 
335 

135 
(D) 



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



32 

19 

94 
15 

(NA) 
(NA) 
35 
(NA) 
(NA) 
9 

69 



29 
25 



22 
25 

(D) 
(D) 
10 



983 
612 
75 
44 
104 
74 
70 

725 
320 



119 
(Dl 

74 
(D) 

37 

344 

56 

(NA) 

(NA) 

144 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

53 

161 

108 

(NA) 

(NA) 

53 

94 
22 
41 
25 
6 
316 

139 

(Dl 

39 

24 

(D) 



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



(Z) Less than $5(X). 



Represents zero. 



30-24 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1 954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



C/iMDEN COUNTY— Con. 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Flori-sts . 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



NoDstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses _ 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations.. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 

CAPE MAY COUNTY 

Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery -stores 

Meat markets, tish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothingstores. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stares 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores — 



Nonstore retailers. 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eadng, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



1C7 
(NA) 
(NA) 

530 

53 

ICl 



198 

2 

103 

13 



247 

133 

17 



2P5 
96 

53 
'5 

20 



(NA) 
(NA) 



27 
27 

33 

(NA) 
(NA) 

100 
18 
15 
1 1 



211 



177 

1?0 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



1"7 
75 



325 
231 



Sales 



108 
16 



1C5 



139 
92 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(JI.OOO) 



8.112 

(NA'l 
(NA) 

33.719 

10.312 

9.503 

3i"98 

1 .U19 

381 

1 lS89 

l.f67 

815 

ll«27 

925 

U07 

1U0 

1.28C 

978 

8.955 

(D) 

7.585 

(D) 



7e.Cr6 

21 .727 

17.U25 

995 

346 

1 .353 

1 ttCB 

13.3=5 
8.563 
11.832 

«.577 
1 .761 
2.P16 

3.CU1 
'51 

7u^ 

292 

1.375 

(NA) 

(NA) 

279 

2.233 

1.C59 
1 .171 



3.967 

6.109 
(D) 

1.P61 
(D) 

1 .755 
(NA) 
(NA) 

7.366 

1.7UC 
801 

1 .711 
117 
199 

2.515 
56 



131.!f8 

30.151 

26lC91 

1 .320 

1 .016 

366 

1 .589 

6.03a 
3.83C 
3.108 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 
($1,000) 



7 


876 


7 


135 




'>91 


29 


.561 


9 


.616 


8 


,615 




ID) 


1 


.165 




ID) 




799 




723 




565 




91 1 




781 




327 




11' 




(D) 




771 


7 


.131 




(D) 




(Dl 




852 



70.918 

19.313 

15.731 

895 

(Dl 

1 .135 

(D) 

12.703 
(D) 
ID) 

1.193 
1 .159 
2.731 

2.819 
(Dl 
711 
292 

1 .211 
873 
368 
(D) 

1 .953 

951 

1 .002 



2.779 

6.119 
101 

1.693 
(D) 

1 .665 

1 ,122 

213 

6.296 
IDI 
725 

1 .682 
107 
IDI 

1 .933 
IDI 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



636 



123.801 

26.090 
22.935 
916 
ID) 
150 
(D) 

6.286 
3.152 
2.831 



855 

BIO 

15 

2.665 

667 

777 

190 

198 

52 

99 

85 

13 

K1 

58 

52 

12 

180 



1 .653 
ID) 
(D) 



7.635 

1 itrs 

1 .093 

73 

IDI 

151 
(O) 

2.285 

1 .189 

796 

511 
110 
371 

207 
18 
33 
31 
65 
58 
27 
10 

205 
81 
121 



227 

757 
IDI 
557 

(d) 

161 

117 

11 

525 

152 

99 

60 

13 

IDI 

177 

ID) 



1 1 .881 

1.958 

1 .620 

57 

107 

13 
161 

921 
636 
288 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dt)llat«) 



16.116 

15.67? 

77- 

52.520 

12.193 

15.610 

3.001 

3.757 

1 .067 

1 .157 

1 .533 

1 .008 

2.7K 

1 .651 

669 

212 

3.737 

3.579 

31 .391 

ID) 

(D) 

1 .702 



132.877 

21.323 

16.795 

1 .15'- 

IDI 

1 .701 

(D) 

12.863 
32.205 

10.659 

7.825 
2,276 
5.519 

1.087 

721 

179 

1 .022 

1.697 

1 .099 

598 

165 

3.627 
1 .52 = 
2.102 



3.901 

11.371 
lOI 

10.908 
(D) 

2.691 
2.512 

119 

7.815 

1 .251 

1 .610 

1 .130 

222 

IDI 

3.165 

ID) 

1 .22c 



228.731 

36.228 

29.931 

1 .012 

1 .833 

292 

3.130 

17.908 
13.011 
1.891 



13.791 

13.160 

631 

17.982 

11.655 

15.313 

2.915 

3.573 

993 
1 .381 
1 .170 

832 
1.273 
1.312 

633 

202 
3.212 
3.155 

30.982 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .630 



126.305 

22.863 

15.716 

1.211 

ID) 

1 .611 

(D) 

10.306 

30.151 

9.855 

7.311 
2.268 
5.016 

3.729 
685 
125 
1 .022 
1.136 
856 
580 
161 

3.561 
1 .507 
2.057 



3.557 

11.026 
101 

10.653 
(D) 

2.175 

2.350 

125 

7.230 

1 .177 

1 .610 

1.106 

222 

IDI 

2.71 1 

ID) 

1 .207 



32.353 

26.586 

1 .012 

1 .658 

180 

2.887 

15.167 

1 1.038 

1.129 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Niunber) 



FuU 

workweek 



120 

393 

27 

1 .01 1 

232 

23" 

IP 

51 

22 

28 

15 

26 

102 

50 

19 



67 

152 
ID) 
(D) 
31 



138 

3oe 

33 

IDI 
19 
(D) 

1.223 
991 
229 

252 

57 

195 



89 

221 

IDI 
166 
(D) 

68 
62 

6 

191 

25 

27 

19 

5 

IDI 

108 

ID) 



772 
605 
16 
17 
18 
86 

575 
113 
132 



272 

253 

19 

790 

181 

223 

15 

50 

18 

23 

26 

17 

32 

35 

16 

3 

50 

61 

112 

IDI 

(D) 

25 



362 
253 

21 
IDI 

11 
(D) 

1 .018 
850 
198 

201 
55 
115 

78 
9 



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



72 

213 
IDI 
159 
(D) 



161 

21 

26 

19 

5 

IDI 
83 

(0) 



553 

133 

16 



129 
327 
102 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. X.X.X Not applicable. (Z) Less than S500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of busmess. 



Represents »ero. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-25 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County 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 

(Sl.OOO) 



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) 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY — Con. 

Geaeral merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores - - 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total- 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores. 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stadons. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noosiore retailers. 



ESSEX COUNTY 

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, Driaking 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' fumishmgs 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 

Fumilm-e stores 

Floor covering stores 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

' Group totals may include data for estabUshmenta without 



13 

29 

(NA) 
(NA) 

55 
(NA) 
(NA) 

IC 



2Ci 



2. era 

ll277 
325 

60 
158 
507 
203 
(NA) 
(NA) 
127 
115 



?i 155 
952 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

lUl 

1.060 



208 
9 

loa 

5 

«6 



989 
192 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

u\e 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

56 

97 



109 
25 
20 

5 
51 
27 
21 

8 



1 13146 

6«7 

171 

36 

56 

121 

155 

111 

14 

79 

81 



1 l725 
71C 
668 
15 
26 
1C7 
903 



16a 
9 



789 

156 

11 

29 

10 

76 

136 

')6 

50 

41 

344 

239 

35 

70 

44 

65 



8t998 
6«157 
2.f 31 

7.813 

1 .374 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.158 

(NA) 

(NA) 

f-\ 1 

5.462 
3.P5C 
1.606 



6.745 

12.417 
2.525 
7.715 
2.177 

2.ro3 

2.579 
124 

31 .145 

1 .465 

4.031 

21 .939 

Pl|2 

(Dl 

(D) 

350 

2.409 



272.086 

195.522 

28.489 

2.521 

1.501 

15.352 

9.164 

(NA) 

(NA) 

8.253 

7.61 1 



114.280 

60.921 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.652 

46.673 



142.013 

113.664 

8.192 

148 

19.P75 



127.379 
16.733 

INA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11 .840 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.582 

3.433 



8.722 
(D) 
(Dl 

7.137 

1 i?70 

IDl 

424 

3. "78 

1 .772 

1 .306 

(0) 

5.246 
3.748 
1 i49B 

19,174 

5.569 

12.003 
2.525 
7.481 
1 .997 

2.503 

2.379 

124 

29.403 

940 

3.927 

21 .877 
720 
(01 
(D) 
290 

1 .671 



232.538 
176.952 
23,357 
2.251 
2.946 
6.^38 
8.520 
7.401 
1.119 
6.425 
5.949 



106.448 

?6.885 

53.681 

1 ,451 

1 .750 

6.186 

43.377 



139.735 

113.664 

(D) 

101 

19,545 



124,249 

15,989 

3,350 

4,168 

521 

7,940 

23.381 

19.098 

4.283 

36.718 

40.758 

73.360 

1 .760 

5.638 

4.198 

3.175 



1 .2 = 8 

an 

4 = 7 

733 
130 
165 

13 
3 = 
21 1 
139 

45 

752 
567 
185 

1 .888 

168 

1 .ll"? 
233 
985 
189 

283 
277 



1 .753 

61 

447 

973 

74 

(Dl 

(D) 

41 



457 



18.355 

12.529 

1 .8^1 

223 

228 

554 

1 .798 

1 .645 

152 

495 

627 



22.285 

14.298 

13.177 

420 

7C1 

1 .105 

5.883 



24.8"4 

20,400 

735 



15,277 

2,065 

4"5 

649 

72 

939 

3,472 

2,975 

497 

4,005 

5,690 

4,81 1 

263 

616 

454 

591 



567 397 70,625 68,018 9,2=6 180.323 174.107 2.542 

380 368 40.988 39,326 5,325 122.155 118.253 1.717 

(NA) 125 (NA) 25.311 3.995 77.321 71.294 1.070 

(NA) 50 (NA) 5.991 1.173 22.138 21.809 297 

(NA) Not available, n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified- XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $500. 
payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



24.948 

15,187 

8.761 

14.151 
2.589 
3.498 

987 
5.375 
3.574 
2.702 

701 

1 1 .883 
8.575 
3.308 



10.563 

28.938 
5.067 

20.15? 
3.119 

5.356 

5.218 
1 08 

31 .91 1 

1 .107 

9.089 

17.100 

1 .289 

(Dl 

(D) 

945 

9.028 



350.191 

238.735 

34.1 87 

4. 200 

4.083 

10,253 

37,558 

34,324 

3,234 

9,28-^ 

1 1 ,883 



438,887 

277.019 

254.738 

8.551 

13.727 

20.793 

141 ,075 



518.493 
431 .314 

14.128 
187 

72.861 



316.552 
37.081 

7.383 
1 1 .916 

1 .391 
15.361 
67.41C 
59.148 

8.262 

77.723 

1 1 1 .936 

95.144 

5.247 
1 1 .545 

8.823 
13.679 



22.574 
15.072 
7.502 

12.489 
2.255 
3.189 

823 
5.544 
3.145 
2.499 

577 

1 1 .584 
8.335 
3.249 

37.680 

9.675 

28.541 
4.832 

20.306 
3.103 

4,500 

1,440 

50 

30,374 

1 ,059 

8,928 

16,278 

1 ,264 

(Dl 

(D) 

945 

9,013 



2,425,609 



316.068 
213.253 

32.958 
4.061 
3.753 
8.291 

31.372 

31 .553 
2.809 
8.508 

10.852 



101.750 

257.854 

239.019 

5.882 

12.953 

17.290 

129.596 



465.421 
394.306 

13.215 
183 

58.714 



256.563 

32.956 

6.405 

10.339 

1 .349 

14.873 

63.831 

55.721 

8.110 

48.409 

101 .01 1 

87.052 

4.570 

9.389 

7.343 

13.103 



597 
295 

302 



27 

165 



236 

172 

61 



21 1 

436 

78 

296 

62 

132 

127 



539 

20 

137 

258 

27 

(01 

(D) 

18 



6.306 

4.098 

513 

82 

95 

322 

751 

667 

77 

203 

228 



9.586 

6.257 

5,707 

228 

322 

527 

2,802 



10,793 

8,260 

308 



6,291 

578 

106 

182 

18 

272 

930 

797 

133 

2.013 

2.362 

1 .966 

127 

259 

205 

203 



134 


27 


238 


21 


196 


3 


244 


1 18 


41 


20 


17 


(NA) 


14 


(NA) 


123 


49 


68 


(NA) 


55 


(NA) 


16 


10 


208 


54 


157 


33 


51 


29 


540 


55 


168 


150 


423 


79 


74 


5 


288 


42 


61 


31 



472 

17 

129 

243 

25 

(Dl 

(D) 

18 



4,811 

3.053 

455 

76 

79 

210 

504 

544 

50 

161 

173 



7.956 

5.286 

4,892 

106 

288 

324 

2,316 



8,591 

6.921 

251 



1.126 

113 

81 

121 

14 

224 

799 

675 

123 

955 

1 .908 

1 .541 

, 90 



177 
137 
184 



2.321 

1 .606 

959 

289 



208 
22 
28 



(D) 

(D) 

15 



3.1^43 

1.293 

571 

55 

179 

580 

244 

(NA) 

(NA) 

152 

152 



2.225 

1 .023 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

125 

1 .075 



200 

5 

55 



757 

104 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

343 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

56 

95 



447 

294 

(NA) 

(NA) 



Represents zero. 



30-26 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



ESSEX COUNTY — Con. 

Furniture, Home Furoishings, Appliance Dealers— Con. 

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 (f ranchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) _ 

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 - 

F^rm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers. 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores.. 
Hardware 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 - 

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 



Total.. 

Mail order houses - . 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizationa. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



GLOUCESTER COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets- 
Fruit stores, vegetable markets _. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores -- 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



(NA) 
179 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



313 

134 

SI 

en 

6 



27 
195 

3 = 2 
(NA) 
(NA) 



lift''3 

2U0 

2<)U 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9 

15 

13« 

18 



120 
55 

63 
112 

to 



With 
payroll 



Automotive group 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



697 

2« 

611 



268 

1B5 

6 

11 

21 

U5 

190 

1''6 

B2 



fl6 

20 
(NA) 
(NA) 

27 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 1 



93 
129 



2«9 

128 

53 

62 



65 

38 

19 

105 

30« 
299 



915 
216 

13U 



163 

12 

115 

36 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments ' 
(il.oOO) 



5 
15 

lis 

76 
72 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(JI.OOO) 



(NA) 
29.F66 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



190.988 

165il 11 

1«l94e 

9i''18 

(D) 



11 iU76 
• ■ • 

22i257 
31886 
'iiUC2 

10,917 

29 1 329 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1 11.151 

25.612 

10.175 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

602 

i.rui 

10.593 

982 
3.692 
1 .961 

135 
1.277 
3.238 
3.221 
2.?20 
2.117 
2.?50 

856 
1 .519 

328 
1.106 
2.191 



35.766 
3.0C7 

22.779 
9.980 



97.851 

23.9r2 

21.186 

617 

115 

?81 

1.573 

7.355 
1.CC3 
3.-71 

2.6C1 
1.112 
1.192 

3.989 

938 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .?67 

(NA) 

(NA) 

791 

1.503 
2.801 
1 .792 

23.691 



7.021 
28.692 
1 1 .267 
11|077 

3.318 



189.111) 

161.882 

11.110 

9.nio 

(Dl 



Payroll, 
entire 

year 



IDI 



^0.622 

21.983 
3.668 
1.078 
8.895 

28.195 

(D) 
ID) 



ICl .981 

21.610 

37.107 

9,ny9 

28.358 

100 

872 
9.237 

702 
3.276 
1 .680 

(D) 
3.807 
2.318 
2.393 
1 .690 
2.1 17 
2.512 
IDI 
1 .179 

296 
1.106 
2.008 



r7.518 
2.893 

15.231 
9.121 



87.037 

19.881 
18.112 
IDI 
IDI 
(Dl 
767 

5.115 
3.183 
2.962 

2.306 

876 

1 .130 

3.11 1 
732 
857 
385 
1 .197 
1 .006 
191 
229 

1.137 
2.639 
1 .198 

23.080 



1 .1?7 
2i931 
1.2^8 
1.193 
S'O 



17.517 

15.3r0 

711 

1 .373 

(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars I 



(Dl 



1.589 

2.170 
118 
619 

1 . 152 

3.391 
(D) 
(D) 



11.918 

1 .779 

'1.092 

922 

3.170 

32 

157 

1 .160 

63 
512 
180 

21 
729 
119 
192 
211 
118 
305 

93 
322 

58 
609 
173 



1.781 
205 

3.611 
962 



8.093 

1 .386 

1 .267 

15 

ID) 

ID) 

95 

1.011 
637 
107 

313 

95 

218 

212 

13 



71 
11 
15 

131 
270 
161 

2.033 



22.693 
58.156 
21.662. 
23.385 

10.121 



306.396 

263.717 

13.51° 

25.521 

(D) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



(D) 



87.501 
• • • 

15.120 

7.392 

12.191 

21, 198 

65.229 

(D) 
(D) 



223.095 
31.588 
71.811 
11.523 

• • • 
60.321 

• •• 
123 

2.91? 

25.151 
1 .391 

10.888 

3.591 

392 

13.281 
2.915 
3. 780 
1.897 
7.261 
5.603 
1 .75r 
6.237 
1 .113 

1 1 .562 
9,767 



85.527 

5.158 

52.228 

16.831 



155.580 

25.658 

22.711 

192 

(D) 

(D) 

2.211 

21 .301 
13.251 
8.037 

5.217 
1 .116 
1.801 

1.259 

1 .012 

1 .033 

312 

1 .181 

1 .171 

313 

35P 

8.707 
5.508 
3.199 



Total 

(Number) 



22.150 
55.851 
23.736 
22.322 
9.791 



303.527 

2tl .779 

13.105 

25.831 

(D) 

• • « 

IDI 

57.717 

El. 162 

15.682 
7.112 
12.169 
19. 169 

57.875 
(D) 

(D) 



212.113 
31 .922 
73.295 
13.873 



115 
2.912 

21.611 
1 .320 

10.059 

3.298 

307 

12.691 
2.619 
3. Ill 
3.736 
6.771 
5.502 
1.655 
5.019 
1 .337 

10.923 
9.525 



81 .505 

5.353 

59.519 

15.601 



111 .060 

22.582 

20.060 

292 

ID) 

(D) 

2.061 

16.738 

10.114 

5.594 

4.886 
1 .088 
3.798 

3.671 
888 
809 
342 
1 .367 
1 .089 
278 
255 

8.300 
5.317 
2.983 



380 
795 
310 
320 
135 



3.553 
2.961 

190 
370 
(D) 



(Dl 



572 
112 
153 
?87 

1 .289 
(D) 
(D) 



3.547 
589 
983 
217 

736 



393 

39 

188 

53 

8 

232 

63 

101 

131 

121 

77 

26 

89 

22 

221 

145 



1 .362 
133 

1 .011 
215 



491 

lie 

1 1 
ID) 
ID) 

51 

713 
180 
233 



FuU 
workweek 



(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 buaiuess. 



(Z) 



35.235 

is than $5(X). 



Proprie- 

tora (im- 

intxirpo- 

rated 

busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



358 
715 
300 
287 
128 



3.171 

2.923 

181 

339 

(D) 

IDI 



559 
102 
152 

310 

928 
(D) 
(D) 



3.059 
469 
920 
210 
• • • 
710 



46 

356 

33 

149 

52 

5 

205 
50 
70 
77 

105 
74 
23 
81 
19 

186 

132 



1 .195 
101 
687 
208 



366 
311 
5 
(Dl 
(0) 
45 

441 
301 
110 

118 
25 
93 

86 
17 
19 



132 
84 
18 



510 183 

Represents sero. 



(NA) 
145 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



200 
13 



73 
(D) 



22 

215 

312 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .173 

196 

212 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

10 

15 

1 18 

19 

62 

30 

9 

115 

57 

71 

127 



36 

5 

73 



682 
21 

621 
37 



275 

188 
7 
IDI 
IDI 
50 

211 
117 
92 

38 
28 

10 

91 
22 

(NA) 
(NA) 

31 
(NA) 
(NA) 

12 

51 
38 
26 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 - COUNTffiS WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE^-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-27 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



GLOUCESTER COUNT i — Con. 



Gasolioe service stalioos . 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, deaien, total. 

Farm equipment dealere 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Nonsiore retailers. 



HUDSON COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery .stores 

Baker\' products stores _ 

Other food stores _ 



Eating, driaking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands). 

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, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores. 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furaiture, home furnishings stores.. 

Furniture stores... 

Home furnishings store.«, antique stores 

Household appUance, ra<j.i, TV stores 



Automotive group, total . 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised). 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores. __ 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



68 

8 

39 

21 

28 

(NA) 
(NA) 

1?3 
20 
36 

16 

7 

3 

U5 

11 



8i027 

2i3Ul 
971 
<H6 
123 
U17 
173 
235 

11838 
573 
108 

Iil57 

251 

3 

179 

U 

57 

806 

120 
(NA) 
(NA) 

3U9 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

130 

37U 
262 
(NA) 
(NA) 
112 

18C 
72 



55 
65 
93 

250 
(NA) 
(NA) 

If C66 
182 
190 
13 
81 
136 
20 
78 

ne 

48 
10 
17 
10 
^9 
32 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



1.897 

1.061 
399 
218 
13 
69 
159 
113 

1.161 
163 



125 
3 



Sales 



13 

588 
91 

1 15 
21 

269 

115 
31 
90 
86 

286 

195 

101 

92 

90 

116 
72 
29 
11 



212 
205 



520 

150 
80 
5 
53 
26 
16 
18 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



6.371 

8.110 

1 .116 

6.310 

951 

2.571 

(NA) 
(NA) 

13.581 

2.289 

1.080 

1.520 

221 

53 

1 .897 

112 

781 



599. ICC 

181 .316 

1 19.903 

25.161 

3.Q07 

9.693 

9.P16 

12.139 

68.BC3 

30.331 

3.295 

35.177 

27.193 
(Dl 
(D) 
102 

10.586 

59.701 

9.7C7 

(NA) 

(NA) 

21.889 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.319 

10.157 

22.391 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17.766 

75.705 

61.301 

6.007 

1.398 

096 

26.163 

22.772 
(01 

12.107 

(D) 

5.106 

16.130 
(NA) 
(NA) 

61.908 

15.017 

22.330 

572 

6.239 

1.138 

2.530 

2.028 

1 .583 

2.161 

1.171 

111 

508 

3.317 

1.038 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



1.517 

7.902 
(0) 

(D) 
676 

2.311 

(D) 
(0) 

12.625 

(D) 

3.952 

IDI 

(Dl 

53 

1 .539 

312 

359 



531 .832 

119.156 
103.167 
20.892 
2.509 
2.759 
9,600 
9,929 

62,397 

28.615 

2.987 

30.795 

25.251 
(D) 
(D) 

10,371 

56.362 
9.195 

12.111 
1.011 

21.011 

15.069 

966 

8,006 

6.611 

38,023 
21.331 
13.985 
7.316 
16.692 

71.653 

61.301 

5,169 

(D) 

(D) 

23,391 



1 1 , 92 1 
1,761 
1.816 

15.108 

11.876 

552 

53,916 

13,617 

20,211 

100 

5.811 

1 .190 

2.176 

1 .678 

775 

1.785 

an 

221 
(Dl 
(D) 
856 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



380 

929 

153 

598 

78 

210 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .019 

119 

168 

218 

17 

6 

162 

29 

13 



59,770 

11.701 

7.112 

1 .182 

2C7 

223 

2.012 

635 

11.21 1 

6.3r2 

116 

1.163 

1,361 
(Dl 

(D) 

1 .901 

7.291 

1 .165 

1 .566 

665 

3.011 

2,055 

119 

810 

eel 

1.519 
3. 159 
2.111 
1 .015 
1 .390 

7.1 18 

5,851 

322 

610 

332 

1 .868 



1 .535 
611 
588 

1 .818 

1.711 

71 

5.815 

931 

2.182 

37 
769 
178 
263 
281 

12 
186 
1C8 

21 

33 
558 
223 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollais) 



7.166 

19.182 
2.939 

11.578 
1 .665 

1.757 

(D) 
(Dl 

20.282 

2.886 

9.301 

3.919 

183 

135 

2.872 

553 

699 



223.130 

133.111 

27.577 

3.632 

3.836 

12.769 

11.872 

226.003 

126.380 

10.157 

89.166 

85.278 
(D) 
(D) 

36,157 

137.517 
20.758 
28.588 
10,881 
58.707 
10.011 
2.985 
15.681 
18.703 

81.916 
58.336 
37.897 
20.139 
25.580 

131.330 
109.100 

6.301 
12.152 

6.161 

37.776 



29.158 
13.136 
1 1 .176 

31.197 

33.117 

1 .080 

1 12.293 

17.119 

11 .325 

588 

16.132 

3.316 

1.558 

5.108 

590 

3.530 

2.187 

358 

810 

1 1 .313 

1.599 



FuU 
workweek 



5.751 

18.598 
2.919 

11.092 
1 .587 

1.026 
(D) 
(Dl 

18.616 

2.387 

8.858 

3,898 

151 

115 

2.309 

598 

657 



201.721 

120.211 

26.355 

3.326 

3.215 

10.751 

10.802 

208.070 

1 19.161 

8.777 

79.832 

73.328 
(Dl 
(D) 
• • ■ 

28.607 

122.391 
16.858 
26.780 

9.759 
52.128 
36,801 

2,690 
12.931 
16.569 

81 .802 
56 . 591 
36.775 
19.819 
25.20b 

129.085 
105.571 

5.728 
1 1 .767 

6. 020 

35.171 



28.588 
12.775 
10,709 

29.855 

28.833 

1 .023 

107.610 

15.069 

10.895 

158 

15.171 

3.007 

1.375 

5.277 

680 

3.211 

1 .992 

338 

780 

10.892 

1.192 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
neatest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



216 
33 

129 

(D) 
(Dl 

387 
55 

137 
72 
10 



1.100 
2.276 
506 
80 
133 
839 
266 

5.301 

3.062 

281 

1.958 

2.093 
(01 

(D) 

1.181 

2,711 
355 
135 
191 

1,316 

817 

80 

11 9 

11 1 



1 



259 
817 
51 1 
336 
112 

1.698 
1 ,351 

9B 
172 

71 

713 



371 
172 
195 

720 
696 



1 .871 
351 
585 



301 
72 



13 

159 



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



FuU 
workweek 



3.203 

1.562 

130 



710 
217 

1.111 

2.587 

205 

1 ,522 

1,377 
(Dl 
(D) 

• • • 
582 

2.038 
239 
355 
115 
988 
679 
50 
219 
31 1 

1 .129 
772 
161 
311 
357 

1 .535 
1 .329 



352 
162 
159 

507 

187 

20 

1.558 

279 

565 

6 

267 

53 

59 



12 
113 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



271 


61 


13 


5 


197 


29 


31 


27 


88 


30 


(D) 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


306 


162 


38 


21 


123 


35 


69 


11 


8 


7 


3 


1 


55 


51 


10 


11 



7.871 

2.181 
988 
163 
131 
150 
179 
265 

1 .695 
595 
101 

1.195 

229 

(Dl 

(D) 

6 

10 

682 

61 

iNA) 

(NA) 

311 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

126 

320 
222 

(NA) 

(NA) 

98 

106 
19 



175 

(D) 



(D) 



230 
(NA) 
(NA) 

988 

112 

179 

12 

72 

113 

12 

81 

58 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents sero. 



30-28 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Tabic 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

<$1.000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
pavroU 

($1,000} 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUiire) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
intxjrpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



HUDSON COUNTY— Con. 

Nonstore rctailers.lolal 

Mail order housf^s — .-.. 

Direct selling (hous(i-to-house) organizations 

Merchandise vending machine operators 

HUNTERDON COUNTY 

Retail trade, total 

Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eating, driukiug places, total 

Eating places 

Drinking places 

General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores_ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Read,v-to-wear stores - - - 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 

Furniture, home furnishtogs, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, tionie furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group. 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bidg. malls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farniequipnientdealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewehy stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores — 

NoDStore retailers 



MERCER COUNTY (See Trenton Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103.) 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total . _ 

Grocery stores — ----- 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) marketS- 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores - - - - 

Other food stores. - - - - - 



Ealing, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stantls) _ 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total - 

Department stores - 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores _.- 

Variety stores .... 



Apparel, accessories stores, total ?"''' 239 26tiub 25iU67 

Shoestores -.- "9 39 «.!71 «,183 

Men's, bovs' clothing and furnishings stores [fi^) 16 \ I 5i232 

Famil-v d.Jtliing stores (NA) 2* '"A) 3,9«« 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

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



353 

10 
327 



IOC 



53 
lU 

inu 

«5 
39 

■■7 

30 

7 

34 

3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

lu 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 



1 I 

(NA) 
(NA) 

95 

7 

22 



a2U 
U714 
62 
32 
121 
5U 
77 

79U 

278 

69 

UM3 

126 

85 

8 

26 



15t?19 
(Dl 

lOi I 15 
(D) 



52.919 

12i 1«8 
10i952 
(D) 
ID) 
682 
502 

3i658 
2t347 
1.511 

1.761 

l.r97 

56U 

2.033 

78 

(NA) 

(NA) 

123 

(NA) 

(NA) 

101 

2.077 

807 

1 .J58 

8.9UC 

3.758 

6.968 

1 .5C9 
U.U92 
1 . 167 

931 

(NA) 
(NA) 

9.U98 
723 
914 

7i?13 

ID) 

(D) 

"53 

21 

1 .144 



228 


331 


446 


402 


84 


598 


226 


69 


173 


38 


4 


078 


p 




020 


49 


4 


?5C 


46 


2 


870 


35 


3 


093 


582 


34 


630 


20? 


15 


596 


55 


1 


912 


325 


17 


032 


62 


18 


516 


5 


8 


?35 


37 


4 


154 


• • • 




178 


20 


5 


927 


239 


26 


"45 


39 


4 


271 


46 




NA) 


26 




NA) 



11.717 

ID) 

5,343 

IDI 



10.342 
9.634 

(Dl 

366 

(D) 

3,320 
2(241 
1,079 

1 ,357 

993 

364 

1 ,627 

(D) 
266 
252 

(D) 
293 

(Dl 

ID) 

1 .945 
(D) 
ID) 

8.888 

2.944 

6.874 

1 .309 

ID) 

(Dl 

ID) 
ID) 



(D) 

ID) 

696 

6.981 



315 

ID) 



3^1 .272 

73.076 
61 ,669 
3.410 
398 
2.714 
2.796 
2.089 

30.942 

14.612 

1 .674 

14.656 

17.400 
8,235 
3,392 

5,773 



1 .301 

ID) 
774 
(D) 



740 
674 
ID) 

24 
(D) 

485 

387 

98 

114 

58 

= 6 

194 

ID) 

9 

13 
(D) 

26 
ID) 
ID) 

367 
174 
193 

747 

226 

615 
99 

421 
95 



530 

(D) 

82 

386 



31 
IP) 



5.574 
4,218 
265 
18 
220 
691 
162 

5,603 

3,331 

210 

2.0''2 

3.019 

1 .585 

465 

969 

3.310 
561 
729 
478 



26.002 
ID) 

15.441 
(D) 



13.580 

12.286 

(D) 

441 
(D) 

8.83.- 
7,370 
1,462 

2,025 

869 

I ,156 

3,733 

(0) 
192 
256 

(D) 
341 
(D) 
(D) 

7,001 
3,388 
3,613 



4,400 

11 ,306 
1 ,766 
7,843 
1 ,597 

1 .490 
1 .49'- 



10,221 

(D) 

1 ,790 

7,196 



508 
(D) 



626,200 

105.913 

80,9(J5 

4,650 

219 

3,554 

13,523 

3,062 

105,967 

53.052 

3.287 

39.628 

60.621 

31 .488 

9.573 

• • • 

19.560 

61 .807 
10,269 
13,52? 
8,587 



25,053 
ID) 

14,907 
(D) 



12,945 

1 1 ,684 

ID) 

• • • 

416 

(D) 

7,950 
6,777 
1 .173 

1 .736 
599 
1 .039 
3.660 
101 
168 
236 
(D) 
312 
ID) 
ID) 

6.771 
3.317 

3.454 

14.857 

4.049 

10.974 
1.672 
7.627 
1 ,675 

1 ,307 
1 ,307 



9,363 

(D) 

1 ,593 

6,780 



571.071 

95.557 
72.858 

4,416 
190 

2,966 
12.487 

2.640 

92.521 

54.664 

2.579 

35.27E 

53.593 

29.180 

8.090 

• • • 

16.323 

53.725 
8.424 

12.204 
7.528 



423 
IDI 
249 
(D) 



252 
21 1 
ID) 



(D) 



272 
227 



7 

(D) 

14 

IDI 

IDI 

107 
52 
55 

225 

94 

172 
29 

115 
28 

36 
36 



176 
(D) 
30 
120 



IDI 
22 



2.02 8 

1 ,480 

79 

6 

108 

289 

66 

2,658 

1,683 

101 

674 



.505 
624 
216 

565 

.316 
167 
243 
185 



380 
10) 
225 
(D) 



216 

181 
(D) 



(D) 

212 

182 

30 



(D) 
3 



(D) 



101 
IDI 



199 
77 

160 
26 

107 
27 



153 

(D) 

23 

111 



10 
IDI 



9,311 

1,531 

1,112 

69 

3 

74 

229 

44 

1.953 

1 ,232 

67 

664 

1 ,050 
511 
122 

417 

944 
110 
176 
142 



.\XX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Representa xero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 104. RETAIL TRADE; 1934 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-29 



County and kind of business 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY— Con. 
Apparel, accessories stores — Con. 

Women's clotliing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furaiiure, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores.. 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique .stores . 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores . . . 



Automotive group, total . 

Passenger car dealers (francliised) 

Passenger cut dealers (nonfrajichised). 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers ._ 

Other automotive dealers 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



Gasoline service stations - 



Liunber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores _ 

Hardware stores . 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores i 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except seconti-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations- 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



MONMOUTH COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total. . 

(Irocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores. _ 



Eating, drinking places, total . . 

Eating places (except refreshment stands). 

Refreshment stands _ . 

Drinliing places. _ 



General merchantlise group, total. 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores . . . . . . . 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

'Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total . . 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) . 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations. 



1 17 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

"3 

15 = 

68 

(NA) 

(NA) 

67 



With 
payroll 



(NA) 
(NA) 

Kit 
79 

103 
19 



2 

1U3 

1 1 



7ia 
39a 



(-2 

t>l?7 
uri 
1?C 
3fU 

1U3 

4 

78 

16 

15 



(NA) 
(NA) 
1 16 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
13 

IPe 

1 1 1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

77 

153 
72 

35 



Sales 



97 
56 
16 
25 

31 

127 
72 



iri 

3 



396 

213 

6H 

10 

«1 



715 

323 

92 

3C0 



202 
32 



121 
72 
19 



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



10.202 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2 I " 1 C 

i9i"2e 

10l029 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9.399 

58.279 
19.811 

5.cac 

2iT55 

1 tC30 

21 .105 

21.800 
838 

15.f79 
1 .198 
3.987 

7.810 
(NA) 
(NA) 

29.978 

5.751 

1 1 .CCC 

2(7r8 

2.^57 

1 .198 

1 .262 

P86 

116 

1 .^'l 

23C 

116 

990 

1.173 



9.r27 
(D) 

6.655 
(D) 



321.216 

82.736 
68.929 
5.993 
789 
3.?r'1 
1 If 21 
1 .P37 

38.PC3 

20.P87 

1.«13 

13.?3t 

21 .966 

9.6U1 

1.'=36 

■=22 

7.P61 

19.?61 

3.315 

(NA) 

(NA) 

8. "23 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .611 

15.212 

7.6S5 

(NA) 

INA) 

7.557 

16.995 

11 . 182 

2.3 = 

2.678 

779 

17.181 



EstabUsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



9,891 
8.151 
131 
1.312 
2.211 

18.822 
9.603 
6.591 
3.012 
9,219 

=7.713 

(0) 

1.816 

2.255 

(D) 

16.165 

21 .030 
838 

1 5 1 60 1 
1 .008 
3. =83 

7.568 
(D) 
ID) 

25.652 
5. "83 
9.916 
2.508 
1 .767 
1 .138 
1.116 
568 

1 .183 

80 

392 

ID) 
(D) 
211 

7.007 
ID) 

1.635 
(D) 



298.101 

73.678 
62.969 
5,229 
299 
2.163 
1 .761 
1 ,257 

36.059 

19.897 

1.069 

12.093 

20.850 

9.611 

(D) 

(01 

7.116 

18,311 
3.125 
1,061 
1 .750 
8,083 
6,579 
369 
I ,135 
1 ,285 

11,606 
7,377 
1,81 9 
2,558 
7,229 

16,185 

It ,182 

1 ,768 

2,538 

597 

13.989 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



1 .287 

1.099 

68 

120 

255 

2.266 

1 ,377 

961 

116 

889 

1,775 

1,139 

271 

313 



1 ,72b 
112 
155 

1 ,018 
(D) 

(Dl 

2.602 
111 
973 
185 
310 
135 
98 
oo 

66 
5 

11 
(D) 
(D) 

?7 

931 
ID) 
593 

(D) 



5,391 

1,211 

135 

?9 

1Q1 

1^2 

90 

5,571 

1.156 

562 

1 .833 

3.109 

1 .820 

(0) 

ID) 

1 ,091 

2,017 
338 
500 
190 
896 
71 1 
55 
129 
123 

1 ,719 
858 
515 
313 
861 

1,671 
1,155 

81 

375 

60 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUais) 



23,600 

19,970 

1 .101 

2.229 

5.831 

15.973 
27.155 
19.096 
8.369 
18.508 

86.032 

75.177 

3.760 

5.591 

I .201 

29.077 

13.719 
1 .372 

30.913 
3.178 
8.256 

19.586 
(D) 
ID) 

50.166 
7.713 

20.352 
3.302 
5.763 
2.829 
1 .650 
1 .608 

1 .29r 
138 
8'31 
(D) 
(D) 
562 

17.009 
ID) 

12.818 
(D) 



96.301 
75.566 
7.191 
550 
2.327 
8.638 
1 .529 

1 19.658 
70.751 
12.229 
35.578 

53.725 

33.070 

(D) 

10) 

21 ,237 

38.573 
5.713 
9.58? 
3.083 
17.581 
13.938 
1.191 
2.155 
2.581 

32.766 
17.177 
10.51 1 
5.856 
15.289 

81 .507 

70.996 

1 .779 

7.571 

1 .1 58 

21 .176 



Full 
workweek 



21 .015 

18.010 

1 .203 

1 .803 

1.553 

13.219 
25.105 
17.295 
8.110 
17.811 

S3. 717 

73.312 

3.577 

5,501 

1 ,197 

25,852 

12.129 
1 .353 

29.902 
3.133 

8.011 

16.262 
(D) 
ID) 

17.172 
7.261 

19.881 
3.151 
5. IOC 
2.230 
1 .555 
1 .289 

951 
12 
881 
ID I 
(D) 
519 

15.921 

ID) 

12.752 

(D) 



578.712 

B7.306 
68.276 
6.577 
55C 
2.380 
8.137 
1 .385 

1 10.898 
65.28C 
11.112 
33.506 

55.869 

29.1 11 

(D) 

ID) 

18,238 

35.118 
1.971 
9.252 
2.503 
16.196 
13.056 
1 .051 
2.081 
2.193 

31.902 
17.036 

10.305 
6.731 
11.856 

80.900 

70.727 

1 .755 

7,337 

1 .080 

19.169 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



581 

166 

11 

72 

137 

706 
109 
279 
130 
297 

1.111 
959 

56 
83 
16 



585 

22 

396 



FuU 
workweek 



395 
(D) 
ID) 

812 
137 
2a2 
55 
80 
59 
29 



IDl 

(D) 

11 



259 

(0) 

206 
(0) 



1.763 

1 .316 

128 



35 

3.029 

1 .879 

327 

823 

1 .525 
685 
(D) 
ID) 
636 

818 

103 

155 

76 

126 

323 

35 

68 

56 

509 
271 
171 
100 
236 

1 .078 

923 

3? 

108 



135 
365 



81 

603 
333 

219 
1 11 
270 

1 .017 

906 

51 

71 

16 



(D) 

(D) 

10 

217 
ID) 
196 
(D) 



9.913 

1 ,361 
1 .001 
106 
11 
69 
111 
27 

2.511 

1 ,580 

259 

672 



,118 
529 
(D) 
ID) 
110 

662 
72 

110 
19 

352 

277 
28 
17 
19 

173 
251 
160 



1 ,055 

912 

31 



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 establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of busmess. 



151 358 

Represents zero. 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rat^ 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



93 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

59 

136 

79 

(NA) 

(NA) 
57 



511 


101 


20 


2 


370 


23 


38 


21 


1 16 


52 


259 


57 


(D) 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


588 


ICO 


1 10 


61 


256 


105 


19 


15 


67 


to 


35 


18 


25 


?3 


21 


48 



1 

28 
19 
1 1 
ID) 
(D) 
20 

152 
IDl 

155 
(D) 



751 
101 
98 
39 
101 
11 
61 

915 
130 
130 
381 

137 

(D) 
ID) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

91 
(NA) 
(NA) 
fNA) 

15 

173 

1C9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

61 



35 
25 



30-30 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — COUN TiES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Paytoll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabjjsb- 
ments' 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(11.000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoltaT!) 



FuU 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



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



MONMOUTH COUNTY — Con. 

Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers - 

Lumber, budding materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores - 

Hardware stores 

Drug siores, proprietary stores, total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores - 

Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel , ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores -- 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists - 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) 

Second-hand stores 

Nonstore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses — 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations 

Merchandise vending machine operators 



MORRIS COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total.. 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fi.sh (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut. confectionery stores ,_ 

Bakery products stores — 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) _ 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total. 

Department stores 

Dry goods, gener-tl merchandise stores 

General stores - - 

Variety stores.. - - 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores . 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores-. — 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishiiigs, appliance dealers, total. 

Fmnitiu'e, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores... . 

Home fumislungs stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio. TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonf ranchised) _ 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building tnaterials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



179 
1 1 
67 



93 
(NA) 
(NA) 

604 
P7 

1 10 
3C 
15 
27 
'8 
13 
19 
30 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid dUclosure. (NA) Not avaUable, n 

'Group totalB may include data for establishments without payroU which could not be 



U31 
2U5 



«30 
169 



P3 
2 
30 
16 
15 

162 

30 

(NA) 

(NA) 

68 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11 

125 

96 

(NA) 

(NA) 

29 

98 
51 
16 



39 
50 

55 

(NA) 
(NA) 



331 
12 
76 



133 
11 
13 
29 



21 
1 1 
16 
23 

9 

1 
2t 1 



213 
113 
28 
4 
28 
20 
20 

318 
127 



13 

2 

22 

1 
15 

121 
22 
26 

a 

58 

10 

3 

1! 
10 

85 
60 
32 
28 
25 

82 

51 

6 



23.909 
3i101 

13.688 
2<G16 

1.301 

8.S19 

(NA) 
(NA) 

39.5C7 

6.611 

13.501 

7.512 

1 .165 

1 .?56 

1 i27C 

1 .030 

797 

852 

1 .119 

832 

563 

1 .2t3 

623 



10.151 

(D) 

7.321 

(D) 



213.732 

60.261 
50. =11 
3.35C 
519 
2.373 
1 .190 
2.199 

17.121 
9.391 
1 .373 
6.651 

11.713 

(Dl 

2.71 1 

(D) 
3.150 

12.113 
2.276 

(NA) 
(NA) 

1.328 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 .037 

10.?67 

7.1C1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.163 

31.679 

30.961 

1.077 

2.032 

606 

13.636 

18.575 

(D) 

12.283 

(D) 
3.801 

5.311 

(NA) 
(NA) 

22.916 
1.127 
8.765 
1 .679 
911 
1.037 
1 .185 
■=57 



22.901 
3.101 

13.211 
2.602 
3.981 

7.979 

(D) 
(0) 

31 1 613 

5.519 

12.812 

7.172 

1 .199 

981 

1.156 

718 

61 1 

610 

975 

(D) 

271 

(D) 

305 



8.900 

(D) 

5.813 

(D) 



195.571 

51.831 
17.307 
2.856 
237 
1.715 
1 .061 
1.615 

15.519 
8.810 
1 .179 
5.530 

13.713 

(01 

2.093 

(D) 
3.150 



1 1 



331 
2.068 
2.700 
1.362 
1.188 
3.333 
75 

780 
1 .013 

9.71 1 
6.712 
5.152 
I .560 
2.999 

31.1 15 

30.961 

781 

1 .761 

606 

1 1 .160 

17.335 

(0) 

1 1 .961 

(D) 

3.603 

5.110 

1.781 

359 

19,720 

3.181 

8.087 

(D) 

830 

867 

1.151 

355 



2.738 
121 

1 .181 
315 
188 

990 
(D) 
(D) 

3.517 

380 

1 .601 

137 

177 

125 

71 

131 

33 

61 

126 

96 

31 

213 

55 



1 .578 

(Dl 

1 .272 

(D) 



3.871 
3.225 
177 
19 
105 
239 
108 

2.9R2 

2.001 

151 

821 

2.171 
(D) 
221 
(D) 
5B1 

1.211 
195 
271 
ml 

135 

312 

11 

80 

121 

1.331 
976 
711 
235 
358 

3.513 

3.205 

39 

219 



919 

2.039 

(Dl 
1 .211 

(D) 
501 

611 

612 

32 

2.037 
233 

1.002 

(D) 

161 

119 

71 

78 



52.619 
7.015 

29.911 
5.392 
9.268 

18.211 
(D) 
(D) 

55.108 
5.825 

29.911 
8.11 1 
2.988 
2.555 
1 .101 
2.201 
157 
1 .292 
1 .992 
2.069 
915 
■♦.209 
1 .139 



25.857 

ID) 

21 .729 

(D) 



106.599 

71.199 
51 .379 
3.185 
238 
2.250 
1.977 
2.170 

58.256 

38.513 

2.825 

15.918 

38.00C 

(Dl 

1.523 

(D) 

.1 1 .11 I 

22.585 
3.610 
1.831 
3.311 
8.106 
6.313 
218 
1 .875 
2.161 

25.163 

19.002 

11.303 

1.699 

5.161 

67.922 

51 .079 

737 

5.183 

923 

20.116 

35.166 
(D) 

21.711 

(D) 

8.581 

12.639 

12.220 

119 

39.569 

5.059 

•7.869 

(D) 

2.980 

950 

1 .766 

1.831 



50.710 
5.592 

29.237 
5.31 1 
8.500 

15.103 
(D) 
(Dl 

53.501 
5.057 

29.581 
8.1 17 
2.988 
2.196 
1 .229 
1 .889 
118 
1 .213 
1 .551 
1 .918 
855 
1.061 
1 .096 



26.503 
ID) 

21.515 
(D) 



371 .108 

55.383 
53.887 
2.916 
213 
1.959 
1.351 
2.017 

52.510 

35.559 

2.190 

11.861 

32.115 
(D) 

1.216 
(D) 

9.119 

19.776 
3.308 
1.521 
2.116 
7.219 
5,535 
173 
1.511 
2.219 

21.815 

18.175 

13.876 

1.599 

5.371 

65.581 
59.052 

737 
1.989 

903 

17.561 

33.558 
(D) 

21 .561 

(D) 

7.373 

10.885 

10.558 

327 

36.573 

1.13J 

17.117 

(D) 

2.715 

901 

1.211 

1 .571 



759 
106 

103 
71 
176 

568 

(D) 
(D) 

1.137 

113 

112 

137 

19 

57 

35 

17 

13 

28 

50 

38 

15 

61 

22 



379 
(D) 
292 

(D) 



1.372 
1.108 
55 
6 
65 
97 
11 

1 .103 
935 
102 
366 

951 
(0) 
113 
(D) 
337 

501 



85 

209 

153 

6 

50 

57 

370 
270 

168 



891 

801 



123 

530 
(D) 
287 
(D) 
171 

221 
211 

10 

690 
96 
276 
(D) 
15 
21 
15 
37 



701 
95 

385 
73 

118 

288 
(D) 
101 

1 .021 

110 

131 

128 

19 

51 

25 

37 

10 

21 

33 

33 



365 
ID) 
281 

1.0) 



975 

761 

15 

5 

19 
78 
31 



1 .109 

781 

59 

269 

552 

(D) 

91 

(D) 

205 

356 
19 



159 

125 

3 



350 

251 

178 

76 

96 

651 

772 

11 

62 



159 


117 


(D) 


(D) 


260 


31 


(D) 


(D) 


1 11 


15 


152 


15 


115 


(NA) 


6 


(NA) 


557 


308 


59 


35 


?62 


53 


(D) 


(D) 


37 


18 


18 


25 


22 


15 


26 


21 



.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
classified by detailed kind of buhinees. 



Represents i era. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-31 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 EblABLlSHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, PayroU, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUam) 



FuU 
workweek 

(DoUais) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Numl>er) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
in(a)rpo- 
rat«l 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



MORRIS COUNry--Con. 



Other retail stores— Coo 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (e-xcept second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



OCEAN COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets- 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, coiifectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eatiog, drinkiog places, total. 

Eating places _-- 

Drinking places 



General mercbaiidise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores - 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores ,_ - 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furoisbiDgs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automorive group 

Gasolioe service stations. 



Lumber, bidg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores. 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers. 



PASSAIC COUNTY 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores . 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionerj' stores 

Bakerj' products stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) . 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places.. .- 



General merchandise group, total. 

Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores. . - 



310 
17« 
■^7 
22 
?C 
53 

U26 
296 
150 

70 

19 

73 

5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

39 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5 

59 



254 
30 
36 
14 
1 1 
6 

ice 



1|291 
596 
lUl 

6U 
211 

91 
150 

1tC83 
365 



159 
6 



161 
90 
17 
12 
10 
35 

338 
2211 
1 111 



33 



50 

3 

33 

14 

33 

30 

3 

134 
24 
22 

14 



567 
252 
73 
28 
61 
77 
74 

753 
273 

61 
419 

77 



(Dl 

1 1 03 1 

404 

(D) 
553 
934 
840 

3l744 
76 
(D) 
(Dl 



128tl30 

32 1 592 

27iS93 

It 609 

980 

493 

2«CC7 

14i212 
81822 
5|390 

3«594 
ll701 
1 1893 

4i3C« 

447 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2tC36 

(NA) 

(NA) 

219 

5il03 
2i438 
2i«75 



6i336 

111684 

659 

9i«BC 

1l!C5 

Jl'-35 
(D) 
(D) 

29i25C 

2l4C4 

3iC12 

17i716 

175 

307 

3lPC6 

240 

li481 



467 1 7 37 

1 18l445 
84l?49 
9f8e3 
3i2«C 
7i242 
5l430 
81249 

40i578 

20lC64 

2lll29 

181053 

37l!15 
21 l939 

5l414 
252 

91888 



705 
346 
(Dl 
(Dl 
934 
772 

l966 
(Dl 
(D) 
(Dl 



1161822 

?8t560 

24i515 

li267 

872 

301 

1 1605 

12i986 
7t910 
5i076 

2 1874 
(D) 
(Dl 

3i874 
447 
353 
1 1141 
1 l714 
(D) 
(Dl 
219 

4,693 
2i23e 
2i455 

16l019 

5i372 

1 1 i342 

659 

9i492 

1 i091 

3l035 
(D) 
(Dl 

?7i34i^ 
2i232 

2i6ie 

17i716 

(01 

(Dl 

2l420 

(Dl 



823 



419i771 

99 1 559 
74i581 
7i793 
2i640 
3i258 
5i220 
6i067 

34 1 782 
18i540 
2l205 
14i037 

36 1 109 
21 l939 

4t338 
208 

9i624 



516 

1C5 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avaUable. n.,i.c. Not ebrewhere classified. .X.X.X. Not applicable 

■Group totals may include data for estabUshments without payroU which could not be classified by detailed kmd of business. 



376 
83 
64 
20 



50i129 

10i488 

(NA) 

(NA) 



47i671 
9i946 
8i951 
4i064 



67 

38 
(Dl 

44 
104 

58 

657 

(Dl 
(D) 
(Dl 



2i081 

1 i665 

85 

44 

24 

2^3 

2i006 

ll246 

760 

327 
103 
224 

460 

38 

52 

141 

208 

(D) 

(01 

21 

640 
310 
330 

1 i388 

442 



949 

103 

444 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 1BT6 
173 
324 
899 
(Dl 
(Dl 
235 
'7 



61 



47 1693 

7l987 
5l263 

604 

206 

230 

1 tl73 

511 

6i364 

4il36 

202 

1 l986 

61I6O 

4i079 

430 

14 

1 l637 



6i538 

ll202 

li337 

553 



1 i337 

812 

(01 

737 

2i384 

I i39u 

12i55u 
(01 
(D) 
(Dl 



201 1636 

36i659 

291145 

1 i391 

854 

48? 

4t787 

38i703 
24i843 
13i86r 

61217 
2il47 
4i070 

9i583 
895 
883 

3il66 

4i223 
(D) 
(Dl 
416 

12i722 
5i594 
7il28 



818I6 

21 1355 
li249 

181138 
1 1968 

7i673 

(D) 
(Dl 

33i267 

2i515 

51587 

16i285 

(01 

(Dl 

4i554 

71 = 

1 1506 



9031319 

155il3e 

IOO1745 

1 1 i2I9 

3i651 

4i042 

25i845 

9i63u 

130 1185 

85i025 

5i192 

391968 

1 171671 

771435 

8i074 

285 

31 1877 



1221828 
21 1944 
22i285 
10t43C 



1i281 

371 

(Dl 

737 

2il71 

1 i394 

121OIO 
(0) 



1901825 

33i218 

26i247 

1 i391 

764 

405 

4i41 1 

36i386 
23i632 
12i75» 

5i816 
2 1029 
31787 

9i244 
885 
830 
3 1047 
4|096 
(D) 
(01 
386 

I2i2le 
5i400 
618I8 



81O37 

20i864 
1 1249 

17i704 
1 l9n 

7il79 
(D) 
(Dl 

31 1877 

2i485 

5i606 

15i755 

(Dl 

(Dl 

3i950 

612 

1 i461 



831 i586 

1391658 

881888 

IO1529 

3i359 

3il96 

24i540 

9i046 

1191513 

79l433 

3i63S 

36l442 

IOO16I7 

67i238 

7i400 

165 

25i81U 

1101520 

19i732 

2O18I9 

9i225 



22 

30 
(Dl 



166 
(Dl 
(D) 
(01 



693 

532 

25 

17 

17 
102 

1 i024 
716 
308 



n 

60 

94 

(D) 

(Dl 

I 1 

203 

88 

1 15 



300 
21 

247 
32 

127 

(D) 
(01 



41 
84 
232 
(Dl 
(Dl 
1 1 1 
16 



2i932 

1 i850 
176 
81 
127 
51 1 
187 

3l137 

2l026 

160 

951 

3i10e 

1 1886 

174 

7 

ll041 

2l309 
373 
330 
204 



(Dl 
11 
35 
24 

134 
(Dl 
(D) 
(Dl 



550 

416 

25 



893 
632 
261 



21190 

1 1305 

154 



435 
155 

2 1497 

1 1674 

81 

742 

21197 
11392 

133 
4 

668 

ll677 
282 
257 
150 



(D) 
14 
20 

(Dl 
6 
19 
19 

87 
(Dl 
(D) 
(01 



336 

181 
44 
26 
24 
55 

507 
366 
141 



175 


62 


IS 


5 


10 


(NA) 


53 


(NA) 


87 


36 


(D) 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


10 


4 


189 


48 


82 


27 


107 


21 


316 


57 


17C 


157 


280 


54 


21 


2 


232 


30 


27 


20 


109 


22 


(D) 


(D) 


(01 


(Dl 


494 


257 


39 


33 


79 


33 


223 


B 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


86 


115 



5il76 

ll443 
646 
162 
63 
286 
117 
161 

ll 161 

410 

83 

666 

150 

1 14 

9 

25 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Representa seio. 



(NA) 
(NA) 



30-32 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



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



PASSAIC COUNTY— Con 
Apparel, accessories stores — Con. 

Women's clotliing. specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores.- 

Other clothing, specialty stores _ 

Other apparel stores - 



Furailure, home furaisbings, appliance dealers, total. 
Furniture, home furni.'^hings stores 

Furniture stores.. . 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers . 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bidg. maris., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers. 

Lumber, buikling materials dealers 

Phunbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Sportmg goods, bicycle stores -. 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations-. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



SALEM COUNTY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

RIeat markets, fish (seafood) marketa. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places. 



General merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores . — 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Readj'-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores .. 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Auiomotive group. 

Gasoline service stations- 



Lumber, bids, mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores . — 



23'= 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

^.^ 

2'=3 
176 
(NA) 
(NA) 
11 
165 
62 

=e 

35 
8 



1?6 
(NA) 
(NA) 

667 
1 10 
lUl 
19 
59 
■56 
21 
07 
1« 



33 

315 

S 

301 

1C 



132 

95 

6 



(NA) 
(NA) 
19 
(NA) 
(NA) 
5 

35 
19 
16 



169 
96 
20 



199 

lUt 

77 

67 

55 

129 

62 

30 

31 

6 



1 16 
1 lU 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 

.Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ii.e.c. \ot elseivlieiv i-la..isified. .\,\,\ Not applicable 
t.ruii|i totals may include data for estabUshments without pa.vroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



(NA) 
(NA) 



21 iCIC 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

i4.P3C 

30l97B 

18l7f 1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

121277 

74.738 

63iP76 

5.795 

1I.5C3 

UQ6 

18.3U7 



22.566 
U.C31 
a.P25 

1 1 .1C1 

(NA) 
(NA) 

to.ein 

6.690 
15.277 
3. 191 
3.3r3 
1 .''10 
1 .169 
1 .277 
702 
1.123 

65a 

6C1 
1.->27 
2.573 

727 

13.05C 

(D) 

8.1522 

(D) 



12. "88 

1 1 .U33 

(D) 

• • • 

(D) 
f-11 

3.U73 
1 .870 
1.6(^3 

1 .743 
942 
POl 

2.174 

?6C 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .068 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

3.553 
2. 020 
1 .533 

9.650 

3.356 

4.182 
1 .565 
2. 147 

li70 



1.130 
(NA) 
(NA) 



20.254 

14.802 

693 

4.759 

4.456 

;9i412 
18.203 
12.235 

5.968 
1 1 .209 
73.262 
f 3.876 

4.475 
(D) 
(Dl 

^4.685 



21 .990 
3.917 
4,167 

10.931 
(D) 
(D) 

34.472 

5.272 

13.655 

3.109 

2.831 

1 .580 

993 

965 

436 

501 

474 

493 

1 .327 

2.283 

553 

8.914 
(D) 

4.182 
ID) 



10.888 

10.245 

(D) 

ID) 
(D) 

3,301 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 ,483 
682 
801 

1 ,900 
260 
389 
(D) 

1,016 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

3.447 
1 .954 
1 .493 

9.488 

2.836 

3.934 

1 ,565 

2,015 

354 



(D) 
(01 



2.8'^7 

2,107 

1'3 

577 

619 

3,672 
2.797 

1 .9'-3 

894 

875 

6.762 

5.879 

246 

601 

•■5 

1 .132 

3.058 

2,070 
513 

475 

1 .441 
(D) 
101 

3,592 

355 

1 ,328 

266 

3^9 

2 36 

1?6 

166 

58 

41 

62 

41 

1=7 

310 

97 

987 
(D) 
563 
(D) 



738 
643 



(Dl 

(D) 

529 
353 
176 



150 
31 
P4 
IDI 
83 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

356 

260 
96 

880 

298 



248 
26 



127 



55,346 
41 ,884 
2,34'^ 
10,813 
13,123 

65,789 

49. 7U 

32.527 

17.1 89 

16.073 

1 18.265 

100,220 

5,32U 

1 1 ,969 

75? 

23,163 



33,300 
9,443 
8,472 

28,428 
(D) 
(0) 

59,062 
6,849 

25.657 
5.487 
7.077 
3.99» 
2,570 
3.050 
556 
712 
1 .091 
1 .209 
3.013 
6.16"^ 
1 .628 

21 .577 
(Dl 

10.674 
(D) 



14.313 

12.263 

(Dl 

• • • 

(0) 
(n) 

10.900 
7.64? 
3.258 

4,019 
1 ,583 
2.436 

3.333 

627 

464 

IDI 

1 .996 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

6,647 
4,463 
2,184 

15,530 

5,546 

7,789 

2,861 

4,279 

649 



2,390 
2,390 



49.617 

39.322 

1 .824 

6.471 

1 1 .127 

64.206 

48.409 

31 .584 

16.825 

15.797 

1 17.089 

99.573 

5.172 

1 1 .592 

752 

20.721 



32.574 
9.186 
7.953 

24,468 
(D) 
(Dl 

64,413 

5.954 

24.936 

4.391 

6.582 

3.631 

2.406 

2.891 

410 

682 

912 

1 .197 

3.003 

5.842 

1 .575 

20.648 
(Dl 

10.318 
(Dl 



12.783 
•0.732 

(Dl 

(01 

(D) I 

I0,0,>)7 j 
7,296 1 
2.7=^1 I 

3,599 
1.393 ! 
2,206 : 

2,689 
513 
439 
(D) 

1 ,72', 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

6,435 
4,366 
2,067 

15,166 

4,453 

7,628 

2,836 

4,234 

558 

2,163 
2,153 



1,139 

802 

66 

271 

263 

943 
71 1 
456 
255 
232 
1 .474 
1 .204 

84 
175 

1 1 



405 
1 14 
142 

525 
(D) 
(Dl 

1,131 

129 

357 

31 

1 14 

71 

42 

62 

16 

19 

28 

21 

37 

1 18 

36 

409 
(Dl 
133 
ID) 



284 
237 
IDI 

ID) 

(D) 

339 
235 



124 
35 

89 



10 
(Dl 

55 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



23° 

120 

128 
47 
70 
1 I 



618 
633 
37 
148 
170 

877 

660 

418 

242 

217 

1 ,416 

1 ,174 

75 

156 

11 

365 



382 
106 
120 

359 

(D) 
IDI 

953 
84 

340 
63 
96 
60 
33 
53 
8 
17 
2C 
20 
35 

103 
30 

373 

(Dl 
125 
IDI 



1 14 I 
82 
32 



121 

46 

67 

8 

59 
59 



192 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

63 

213 
132 

(NA) 

(NA) 

81 

1'-9 



50 
40 
= 3 

98 
(NA) 
(NA) 

635 
105 
121 
1 1 
54 
32 
17 
51 
15 



48 
35 

349 
IDI 
322 

(Dl 



2W 


132 


178 


■)2 


(Dl 


iC ) 


• • • 


■ • t 


(Dl 


(01 


(D) 


(D) 


275 


1 16 


209 


70 


66 


48 


97 


IB 


25 


1 5 


72 


3 


63 


..s 


9 


3 


9 


(NA) 


(Dl 


(na) 


43 


19 


(D) 


(na) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


'D) 


(n) 



(Z) Less than $500. 



. . Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 - COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, PayroU, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-33 



County and kind of business 



SALEM COUNTY — Con. 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers ._ _ 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores.. 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers ,, 

SOMERSET COUNTY 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets.. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eatiog, drinkiag places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety). 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores _ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clotliing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores ___ 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores _ 



Furniture, home furnishiags, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bide, mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores _ 



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 

Book, stationery stores.. 

Othe: retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores. 



Nonstore retailers. 



SUSSEX COUNTY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets, 

Frui: stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionerj- stores 

Other food stores 



Eadng, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety). 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



1.118 I 



234 
1«2 
25 



21" 
1 1 1 
103 



178 
26 



1 m 

70 



169 
83 



77 


51 


21 


\y 


(NA) 


7 


(NA) 


6 


2= 


19 


(NA) 


14 


(NA) 


5 


e 


6 


61 


U6 


«1 


29 



102 
22 



r-g 


61 


7C 


140 


6 


« 


U 


• • • 


12 


* 


17 


11 



■!6 


20 


26 


m 


10 


6 


32 


21 


7 


5 


(NA) 


6 


(NA) 


2 


10 


10 


7 


7 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

(11,000) 



10l59C 
P08 
1,176 
7,?51 
207 
(Dl 
891 
(D) 

6f9 



26,735 

22,J03 

1 t;«C 

28 

966 

2tr9e 

10,695 
6i628 
4.067 

2t=05 
(D) 
(D) 

5i"IOO 

697 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,156 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

4i538 
2i'?U6 
1,572 



5.071 

10.468 
1 .318 
7.231 

1.841 

2.531 
2.531 



12.134 

l.°16 

3i93C 

3.421 

610 

551 

1.580 

52 



1 .376 



44.650 

1 1.2C2 

9.399 

713 

66 

461 

■=63 

4.135 
1 .778 
2.357 

2.C24 
1.21 1 

813 

1 .'178 
?48 
(NA) 
(NA) 
447 
(D) 
ID) 
(Dl 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



(D) 
(Dl 
1 .072 
7,019 
155 
(Dl 
709 
(Dl 

291 



23.371 

20.085 

978 

698 
1 .510 

9,957 
5.190 
3.777 

2.205 
(D) 
(D) 

4,958 
793 
532 
(D) 
1 .98B 
1 .583 
305 
(Dl 

4,358 
2.828 
1 ,530 



4,317 

10,324 
1 ,318 
7,231 
1.775 

2.531 
2.531 



10,474 

1 .612 

3.594 

3.381 

(D) 

377 

950 

(Dl 



826 



98 
399 



10,234 



1 .743 
1 ,4"9 



2.1=3 
1 .593 

560 

271 
(D) 
(D) 

707 

87 

48 

(D) 

299 

266 

33 

(D) 

511 
355 
156 

1 .817 

353 

1 .357 
190 
939 
228 

2°5 

285 



955 
1C4 
453 
160 
69 
'9 
(D) 
(Dl 



10,182 


578 


8.777 


554 


(01 


58 


• •■ 


• •a 


395 


25 


(D) 


40 


3,057 


451 


1 ,534 


264 


1.533 


1°7 


1 ,604 


227 


871 


11^3 


733 


1P4 


1,296 


100 


(Dl 


20 


497 


38 


(Dl 


(Dl 


447 


33 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollais) 



1 1 .939 

857 

2.353 

5,932 

464 

(Dl 

1 .081 

(Dl 

444 



34,044 

27.556 

1 .260 

• •• 

1 .01 1 

4.1 17 

42.081 
30.256 
11.815 

5,139 
(D) 
(D) 

12.727 

1 .754 

777 

(D) 

4.915 

4.252 

553 

(D) 

9.779 
6.507 
3,272 

35.039 

5.98r 

23.896 
3.052 

15.934 
3.90C 



.110 
,1 10 



17.550 
1 .773 
7.894 

3.1 2<; 

1 .335 

937 
(D) 
(Dl 



991 



12.326 

9.798 

1 .252 

• • • 

281 

995 

8.785 
5.093 
3.592 

3.928 
1 .576 
2.352 

1 .945 
345 
721 
(Dl 
668 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



FuU 
workweek 

(Dollais) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



1 1 .250 
700 
2.308 
5.556 
395 
ID) 
939 
(D) 

444 



30.478 

24.633 

1 .183 

901 
3.761 

38.185 
27.757 
10.418 

4.255 
(D) 
(D) 

11.061 

1 .577 

710 

(D) 

4.522 

3.932 

590 

(D) 

9,002 
5,980 
3.022 



6.099 

23.422 
2.959 

16.724 
3.739 

5.539 
5.639 



16.376 

1 .721 

7.425 

2.838 

1 .270 

803 

(D) 

(01 

919 



11.213 

8.947 

1 .104 

• • • 

235 

925 

7.515 
4.355 
3.150 

3.170 
1 .484 
1 .686 

1 .712 
257 
683 
1D| 
570 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



256 
26 



641 

495 

24 



1.045 
777 
269 



166 
(D) 
(D) 

259 
32 

14 

(D) 

112 

95 

16 

(D) 



105 
57 

478 

144 

334 
55 

209 
70 

1 16 
1 15 



300 
28 

124 
44 
22 
22 

(D) 

101 



227 
176 
20 



248 
154 



101 
21 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
{ Number) 



40 

1 18 

7 

(Dl 

31 
(Dl 



2.9 30 



464 

355 

19 



255 
25 

1 10 



13 

(D) 
(D) 



169 
130 



105 
55 



10 
(Dl 

15 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



92 

11 



244 
147 
25 



606 


208 


507 


109 


199 


09 


1 14 


34 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


184 


75 


24 


17 


9 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


91 


29 


79 


(NA) 


12 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


137 


63 


87 


38 


50 


21 


453 


47 


100 


154 


308 


39 


48 


2 


204 


14 



22 
22 



171 
25 



(D) 
(Dl 



115 
64 



15 
23 



167 
71 



(NA) 

(NA) 

8 

(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not eisewliere classified. XXX Not apphcable. (Z) Less than »5Uo. 

' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be cla.ssified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents zero. 



432272 0-57-9 



30-34 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Connnued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments ' 
(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



PayioU. workweek ended 
neai«st Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUara) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



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



SUSSEX COUNTY — Con. 

Fumiture, home furoishiDgs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TVstores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stauons. 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipmen I dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



NoQstore retailers . 



UNION COUNTY 



Retail trade, total - 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) marketS- 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores. ----- - 



Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) _ 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



Genera] tnerchandise group, total. 

Department store ^ - - 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores. ... 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothijig, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home fumishmgs stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) _ 

Tue, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists ---. 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



n 

(NA) 
(NA) 



iiC6e 

120 
65 

1I?0 
85 

152 

bl3 
30 1 



151 

7 

1C8 

39 

a76 

ICl 
(NA) 
(NA) 

203 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

61 

27U 

178 

(NA) 

(NA) 

<3U 

214U 
89 



U5 
92 

135 
(NA) 
(NA) 

725 

121 

lUU 



5mt 

250 
76 
17 
61; 
63 
7« 

663 

271 

55 

337 

76 

7 

to 

• • • 
29 

386 
8! 
63 
16 
165 
113 
17 
35 
55 

212 

132 

■=8 

71* 

80 

182 
85 
56 
36 

5 



161 

2 

66 

29 



131 
127 



129 
96 
76 



2i021 

895 

It 126 



2l866 

5 1 559 

1 i082 

3.726 

551 

T77 

(NA) 
(NA) 

6.686 
PC3 
768 

1.783 

(D) 

(D) 

807 

21 

766 



535.751 

im .644 
1 10.819 
9.1176 
2.08C 
6.U73 
U.796 
7. '=76 

38i55C 
19.1118 
2.586 
16.816 

33.953 

20.5'tt 
3.3«9 



3Si82C 

8.583 

(NA) 

(NA) 

15.189 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.932 

37.291 

2it.71C 

(NA) 

(NA) 

12.551 

87.623 

70.361 

1 1 . 59 1 

11.806 

S39 

27.581 

119.061 
ID) 

311.041 
(D) 

10.880 

14.154 
(NA) 
(NA) 

47.78C 

1 1.777 

15.873 

1 .082 

2.642 

2.839 

2.381 

1 .529 

296 

961 



2.001 

875 

1.126 

<0) 

1 .766 

5.253 

1.082 
ID) 
(D) 

(Dl 
(01 



5,982 
237 
(D) 

4.783 
([}) 
(D) 
109 



496.993 

127.518 
104.343 
8.110 
898 
3.643 
4.532 
5.992 

35.774 
18.064 
2.300 
15.410 

32.691 

20.544 

2.231 

9.916 

35.978 

8.075 

7.800 

2.694 

14,611 

1 1 .318 

849 

2.444 

3.798 

36.229 

24,072 

15.685 

8.387 

12.157 

86.183 

70.335 

10.629 

4,520 

699 

23,851 

47.549 

(D) 

33,829 

(D) 

9,978 

1 4 1 1 34 

13,771 

363 

41 ,370 

10,571 

14,251 

1 ,048 

2.258 

2.401 

1 .865 

1.413 

250 

683 



252 

96 

156 



142 

655 

146 

440 

69 

64 
64 



382 
25 
89 
247 
(D) 
(D) 
13 



57.230 

10.325 

7.587 

675 

68 

317 

1 .179 

499 

6.595 

4.012 

292 

2.292 

5.367 

4.373 

213 

1.781 

4.574 
996 

1 .039 
305 

1 .839 

1.442 
113 
284 
395 

5.412 
4.192 
2.883 
1.309 
1 .220 

7.588 

5.530 

478 

646 

34 

1 .916 

5.075 
(0) 

4.110 
(D) 

1 .410 

1 .894 

1.8A7 

27 



5i364 
1 |715 
3.649 

13.57? 

2.508 

1 1 , 1 36 
2.037 
8.092 
1 .007 

1 .293 
1 .293 



7,271" 
467 
1 .812 
4.615 
(D) 
(Dl 
222 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



Group totals mav include data for estabhshments without payroU which could not be classified by detaUed kind of business. 



4.281 

719 

1,491 

87 

337 

274 

216 

288 

13 

64 

XXX Not applicable 



200.839 

147.515 

12.601 

1 ,206 

5.703 

24.965 

8.a')9 

136.009 

83.546 

5.290 

47,173 

1 11 .050 

73.192 

3.910 

• • ■ 

33.948 

87.210 

18.107 

18.445 

6.136 

36.098 

27.469 

2.286 

6.343 

8.424 

104.791 
81 .017 
55.599 
25.318 
23,774 

139.826 

1 16.456 

9.313 

13.43r 

527 

37.89= 

1 14.459 

(01 

7S.0'5C 

(D) 

25.090 

36.839 

36.342 

497 



82.217 

12.958 

30,21 1 

1 .574 

6.194 

5.289 

3.746 

5.396 

285 

1 .227 



5.014 
1 .663 
3.351 

13.106 

2.240 

10.893 

1 .981 

7,938 

974 

1 .056 
1 ,055 



5,941 
382 
1 .757 
4.440 
(D) 
(0) 
198 



180,059 

131.588 

11.721 

1.000 

4.634 

23.325 

7.800 

123.246 

78.1 15 

4.338 

40.793 

93,959 

62.964 
3.540 

27.455 

75.780 

15.331 

17,449 

5,413 

30.313 

23.055 

1 .891 

5.366 

7.274 

100.917 
77.961 
53.595 
24.355 
22.956 

138.092 

115.645 

9.265 

12.580 

602 

32.844 

1 1 1 .905 

(D) 

77.059 

(D) 

23.702 

32.585 

32. 149 

436 

76.329 

I 1 .751 

29.274 

1 .574 

5.715 

4.810 

3.594 

4.545 

225 

1 .120 



96 
31 
55 

200 

62 

179 
36 

123 
20 



124 
8 
29 
75 
(0) 
101 
7 



3.703 
2.597 
211 
29 
185 
490 
190 

3.270 

2.040 

157 

1.073 

3.084 

1.827 

94 

1.153 

1.787 
296 

280 
144 
873 
653 
50 
159 
195 

1.517 

1 .144 

755 

389 

373 

1 .727 

1.385 

128 

204 

10 

751 

1 .491 
(0) 
93C 
(D) 
420 

724 

710 

14 

1 .420 
210 
425 

26 
108 
103 

72 

107 

8 

38 



86 
29 
57 

193 

43 

157 
34 

1 15 
18 

21 
21 



28 
72 

(0) 

(D) 

4 



15,813 

2.734 
1 .875 
180 
17 
111 
412 
139 

2.555 

1.724 

101 

730 

2.179 

1 ,444 

75 

• • • 

660 

1 ,225 

199 
230 

99 
560 
420 

40 
100 
137 

1.359 

1.025 

592 

334 

343 

1 .662 

1.359 

125 

159 

9 

516 

1.393 
ID) 
901 
(D) 
357 

505 
496 



1,123 
159 
395 
25 
84 
73 
59 



(Z) Less than $5(XI. 



Reptesents sero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 104. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-35 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

'DoUais) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Numtwr) 



UNION COUNTY — C 
Other retail stores— Coo. 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



NoQStore retailers, total 

Mail order houses.- 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organisations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



WARREN COUNTY 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eadng, drinlung places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchaodtse group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

. Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores _ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furaishiogs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automouve group 

Gasoline service stations . 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationer}' stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



155 
1 15 

7 

5 

16 

12 



(NA) 
(NA) 



Nonstore retailers. 



P81 
1 •199 

P59 
3i761 

05M 

19tP9« 

(Dl 

1«.366 

' (D) 



57i?35 

12iS35 

615 
162 
39 U 
P90 

2.875 
2.169 

1 .857 

7r9 

1 ilUS 

1 .2r6 

283 
1«« 
?U5 
361 
'87 
Ti 
173 

2.f68 
1.515 
1.153 

11.951 

5.672 

6.ril2 
1 .H73 
3.99U 



1 .?r7 

(NA) 
(NA) 

7.463 

i.2ac 

2.512 
2.7113 
587 
IDI 
658 
(Dl 

1 .(<90 



709 
1.337 

859 
3.341 

384 

14.716 

(ni 

9.8i6 

(n) 



50.875 

10.137 
8.674 
(01 
(01 
222 
720 

4.302 
2.637 
1 .665 

ID) 

(Dl 

1.148 

1 .036 
185 
144 
245 
361 
287 
74 
101 

2.422 

1 .491 

931 



4.918 

5.916 
(Dl 

3.924 
(Dl 

(Dl 

1 ,009 
(Dl 

6.901 

1 .096 

2.362 

2.617 

169 

(D) 

526 

(Dl 



50 

2.102 
(D) 

1 .702 
(D) 



750 
588 
(D) 
(Dl 
16 
1 19 

731 
552 
179 

213 
= 9 

154 

H5 
21 
9 
21 
25 



3'-7 
191 
1 16 



410 

815 

2r6 

540 

69 

123 
(D) 

(Dl 



227 

154 
26 

(Dl 
66 

(Dl 



532 



1 .670 
2.729 
1 .235 

8.639 
1 .054 

40.855 
(Dl 

31,551 
(D) 



97.1 18 

14.473 

10.873 

(D) 

(Dl 

146 

3.018 

14.416 

10.761 

3.655 

3.978 
1 .031 
2.947 

1 .561 
404 
185 
266 
524 
311 
213 
182 

5.997 
3.552 

2.445 

20.530 

8.602 

14.624 
3.807 
9.647 
1 .170 

1 .961 

(D) 
(Dl 

io.i3e 

873 

4.303 

2.921 

381 

(Dl 

1 .242 

IDI 

84r 



1.260 
2.558 
1.225 
7.695 
981 

40.272 
(Dl 

30.968 
(D) 



89.217 

12.456 

9.223 

(D) 

(Dl 

87 

2.786 

12.266 
9.278 
2.988 

3.161 

915 

2.246 

1 .375 
368 
174 
223 
433 
284 
149 
177 

5.81 1 
3.482 
2.329 



7.627 

14.13C 
3.721 
9.352 
1 .057 

1 .752 

(D) 
(Dl 

9.49C 
774 

4.107 

2.759 
351 
(D) 

1.197 
(Dl 



54 
52 
20 
176 
21 

577 
(Dl 
436 
(D) 



286 
218 
(D) 
(Dl 

e 

49 

446 
333 

1 13 

154 
33 

121 



107 
64 



289 
185 

232 

58 
145 
29 

41 
(D) 
(Dl 



71 

50 

9 

(Dl 



18 

552 
(D) 
411 
(D) 



192 
140 
(D) 
(01 
3 
43 

299 

232 

57 



99 
59 
40 

280 

129 

213 
55 

137 
21 

31 
(D) 
(01 



62 

47 

6 

(0) 



30 

26 

6 

69 



326 

(Dl 
306 
(D) 



165 
115 
(D) 
(Dl 



206 
96 
1 10 



31 
1 1 
20 



(NA) 
(NA) 

1 19 
21 
29 
21 
10 

(Dl 
22 

(Dl 



832 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $5(X) 

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



Represents zero. 



30-36 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 300 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City 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 



(DoUars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 

(Number) 



ASBURY PARK 
Retail Irade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Otiier food stores 



Eating, driokiog places, total _ 

Eating places - 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) _ 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clotliing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furaishiogs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 

Farm equiptnent dealers 

Lumt>er, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other reuil stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



ATLANTIC CITY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores — 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women 's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clotliing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Auiomouve group. 

Gasolioe service stations- 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



sue 

05 



153 

I'-e 
as 



.601 
288 

mu 

'9 
12 
7C 
33 

492 
326 
166 



179 

?5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

■'5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

■<1 

73 
'J 6 
37 

3C 



1 37 
92 

"5 



152 
72 
21 
1 
3t 
21 

28a 

160 

33 

26 



111 
21 
29 
5 
61 
38 
23 
25 

51 
30 
21 

2« 

1(3 

30 
• •• 

21 



ei"4i7 

6. 166 
llCSC 

537 
631 

6.511 

a. 500 

1 .989 

10.853 
9.017 
1 .836 

7.B«8 

1.231 

1 .159 

(01 

3.73« 

3.C28 

706 

(D) 

3.765 
1 .722 

2.0" 3 

8. 13C 
1 .206 

1 .866 
• • 

1.385 
UBl 

1 .3U8 
(D) 
(Dl 

t.732 
913 
789 
IPl 
336 
1U2 

2.333 
(D) 

3.593 



2a.69U 

16.302 

3.312 

3.317 
1 .049 

28.9118 

20.716 

8.232 

9.200 
6.162 
3.038 

15.637 

2. '•88 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.1135 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.690 

7.U37 
4.622 
2.815 



4.61C 
1 .240 



7,439 

5.416 

99U 

465 
568 

6.287 
4.298 
1 ,989 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 .836 

7.786 

1 ,231 

1 ,159 

(Dl 

3,734 

3,028 

706 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 

2,043 

7.966 

1 .134 
1 .740 

1 .335 

405 

1 ,34B 
(D) 
(Dl 

3,736 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
220 
(Dl 
1 ,819 
(Dl 

3.563 



127.003 

2 1 . 500 

14.232 

3.162 

216 

2.673 

1 .217 

28.348 
20.272 

8,076 

9.072 
(D) 
(Dl 

15,013 
2,604 
2,982 
394 
7,283 
6,059 
1 ,224 
1 ,750 

7,151 
4,362 
2,789 

12,300 

3,268 

5.742 



628 

383 

79 



1.271 
932 
339 

2.042 

1 .760 

282 

875 
130 
138 
(Dl 
401 
328 
73 
(D) 

380 
190 
190 

878 

89 

279 

223 



204 
(D) 
(Dl 



51 
90 
(01 
23 
(Dl 
193 
(D) 

644 



1 .766 

1 .037 

194 

1 1 

346 

178 

6.331 
4.691 
1 .640 

1 .559 

1 .018 

541 

2,087 
371 
351 
108 

1 .002 
868 
134 
255 

1.254 
820 
434 

1 .130 

338 



(Dl 
(D) 



677 
222 



9.671 

6,345 

976 

• • • 

859 
1 ,491 

16,285 
10,660 
5,625 

36,578 

31 .654 

4.924 

16.289 
2.311 
2.6116 
(Dl 
7.810 
6.398 
1 ,412 
(D) 

5, 659 
4,172 
2.687 



4.630 
1 .162 

3.723 
(D) 
(01 

7.679 
893 

1 .829 
101 
373 
(Dl 

3.758 
(D) 

10.572 



31 .095 

18.907 

3.449 

99 

5.1 72 
3.466 

100.443 
75.858 
24.585 

23.076 
16.275 
6.801 

36.185 
6.826 
5.199 
1 .785 
16,350 
14,124 
2.226 
5.025 

19.959 
12.288 
7.671 

20,969 

6,488 



12.295 
3.198 



8.514 

5.613 

966 

• • • 

591 

1 ,444 

15,555 
10,080 
5.475 

53.136 

28.877 

4.261 

14.939 
2.044 
2,606 
(Dl 
7,324 
6,105 
1 .219 
(D) 

6.63(.; 
4.102 
2.528 

14,124 

1 ,599 

5, 724 

• • • 

4.562 
1 .162 

3.399 

(D) 
(01 

7.322 
863 

1 .629 
101 
373 
(Dl 

3,56b 
(D) 

10,562 



29,405 

17,96(. 

3,416 

99 

4,643 

3.287 

95.467 
72.839 
22,628 

21 .893 
16.070 
5.823 

34.724 
6.216 
6.124 
1 ,785 
16.101 
13.942 
2.159 
4.495 

19.577 
12.055 
7.522 

20.964 

6.347 



1 1 .704 
3.146 



165 
107 



29 
28 

395 

285 

1 10 

759 
613 

146 

340 
35 
39 
(Dl 
186 
137 
49 
(D) 

105 



190 
29 
t2 
62 



(Dl 
(Dl 



142 
18 



(Dl 
73 
(D) 



653 
347 



154 

B2 

2,646 

2,106 

540 

551 
362 

1B9 

684 
87 

1U2 
27 

394 

336 
58 
74 

316 
203 
113 

31 1 

128 

231 

179 
52 



135 
77 
20 



350 

248 
102 

503 
495 
108 

275 
27 
35 
(Dl 
159 
123 
35 
(D) 



28 

82 

• • • 

52 

20 

58 
(D) 
(Dl 

133 
17 
31 

(01 
6 

(01 
5H 

,(D) 

158 



548 

290 

63 



2,419 

1 ,935 

484 



501 
358 
143 



27 

373 

324 

49 

59 

305 
195 
1 10 

310 

119 

218 
• • • 

168 
50 



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



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents sero. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-37 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE^Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

estabbsh- 

ments^ 

( $1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollais) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



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



ATLANTIC CITY — Con. 



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 -- 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores _- 



NoQStore retailers. 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Ealing, driokiog places, total _ 

Eating places ._ 

Drinking places. 



General merchaodise groupt total — 

' General merchandise group (except variety) . 

Variety stores — 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores -.. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores_ 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home fiinushtDgs, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores — 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores __. 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonsiore reiailers. 



BLOOMFIELD 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocer>- stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) - 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

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

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



(NA) 
(NA) 

305 
37 
16 



173 



q53 
29e 

133 

US 
21 
62 
45 

185 



1^3 

16 

(NA) 

(NA) 

37 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17 

50 
35 
15 



(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



i^03 
33 
12 



1C9 
10 



ai72a 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17i565 
2»905 

4tU2y 
(Dl 

2i936 
5C1 
(D) 

918 

ai794 



64i==46 

21i892 
1^1666 

2«^3a 

793 
1 I 265 
2i928 

7»013 
2»59C 
4|f23 

1 1931 

1 I 338 

7*056 

li163 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2»96a 

(NA)" 

(NA) 

587 

a»36a 

2lP95 
1 ta69 

6i575 

2l738 

2t679 
• • • 

2oe9 

"90 

If 699 
(NA) 

(NA) 

7i66C 
1 f£9l 
4iie9 
■ • • 
(D) 
'?2 
916 
(CI 



"t6ll97 

14,723 

10,685 

llU99 

83 

iicet 

1,372 

3,703 
2.269 

l.«3'4 

2,S99 

376 

1.023 

1,566 
1,151 
758 
• •• 
2.178 
(NA) 
(NA) 
'■76 



1,590 
(D) 
(D) 

15,925 
2.729 
1.360 

2,752 
501 
(D) 
(D) 



57,161 

17,780 

12,652 

1 ,190 

557 

377 

2.701 

6,109 
2.190 
3.919 

1 .617 

121 

1 ,196 

6.638 

1 .017 

1 .703 

199 

2.918 

2,091 

827 

501 

1.272 
2.803 
1 ,169 

5.575 

2,391 

2.565 

lo) 

IDI 

101 
(Dl 



(D) 

101 

3,899 

(D) 
101 
568 
(01 

897 



11 ,781 

12,817 
9,951 

1,025 
(01 
798 

(D) 

3,617 
2.213 
1 .131 

2.213 

290 

1 .923 

1.522 

1,151 

758 

(01 

1,813 

(D) 

(0) 



679 
(D) 
(D) 

2.012 
238 
176 

515 
71 
(D) 
(D) 

650 



1 .109 

868 

85 

56 

28 

371 

980 
508 
172 

255 

36 

230 

777 

ir5 

198 

99 

301 

237 

67 

71 

171 
3C5 
165 

678 

196 

337 

2H5 
52 

180 

lao 



583 

91 

167 

I'd) 

(01 
18 
(D) 



986 
678 
ire 
(01 
63 
(D) 

798 
511 
251 

372 

55 

317 

566 
1 10 



316 

279 

37 



1 1 ,262 

(D) 
(D) 

35.180 

1.519 

8.797 

• • • 

8.213 

1 .227 

(D) 

(D) 

21 .530 



1 15.127 

26,105 

15.791 

1 .257 

913 

159 

7.555 

19.361 
9,956 
9,393 

5,059 
612 

1.117 

15.352 
1 ,715 
3,789 
2.029 
5,171 
1.789 
1 .382 
1 .618 

9,01 1 
5.118 
2.B63 

1 1 .300 

3.998 



5.729 
986 



3,6lt 
3.6le 



12.959 
1 .603 
8,612 

(D) 
(01 
953 
(01 



87,312 

18,751 

12.695 

2.015 

(Dl 

1 .216 

(D) 

15.993 
12.285 

1.708 

7.071 
1 .029 
6.012 

10.701 
1 ,976 
2.071 

5.767 

1.877 

890 



10,116 
(D) 
(D) 

33.810 

1.172 

8.180 

• • ■ 

8.026 

1.17B 

(D) 

(D) 

20.972 



105.871 

21.032 

11.290 

1 .232 

827 

335 

7.318 

17.731 
9.528 
8,106 

1,051 

526 

3.123 

11,029 
1 ,381 
3,511 
1.959 
5,127 
1.311 
1.1 13 
1 .618 

8,159 
5.717 
2,712 



• • • 

5.393 
956 

3.010 
3.010 

• • • 

12.261 
1 .350 
8.127 



(D) 



823 
(01 



78.377 

16.957 

1 1 ,215 

1 .987 

(01 

1 ,127 

(D) 

15.781 
1 1 .152 
1,319 

1.750 

953 

3.807 

8.967 

1 .861 

1 ,771 

• • • 

1,582 

1,112 

510 

653 



253 

(D) 
(D) 

628 
76 

137 



(D) 
(D) 



163 

2 BO 

26 



159 
262 

207 

119 

13 

135 



27 

155 

1 15 

10 

38 

156 
105 



171 

82 



(D) 

(0) 

19 

(01 



321 

202 
25 

(01 
31 

(D) 

361 
281 

80 



138 

113 

25 

23 



205 


39 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


552 


309 


72 


26 


125 


1 1 


• •• 


(D) 


1 12 


38 


26 


7 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 



382 


319 


212 


133 


21 


50 


13 


23 


9 


69 


121 


12 


100 


189 


211 


52 


155 


137 


85 


29 


12 


21 


73 


8 


216 


95 


21 


12 


18 


(NA) 


23 


(NA) 


1 13 


39 


88 


(NA) 


25 


(NA) 


33 


15 


133 


11 


89 


31 


11 


7 



184 

26 

109 

• • • 

(D) 
(01 



211 

115 

23 

(D) 
26 
(D) 

301 

239 

65 



27 

'h/k) 

(NA) 

108 
17 

19 

(D) 
(Dl 



115 
65 
23 

(01 
27 

(D) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



?rup1oSs'"may in<fu'de^r?J^ ^il^,S^'^^o.t ^^X^T^^n^t ^^i^e. by deuUed Und of bu»a.^. 



Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



30-38 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
EstablishmentSj Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

(Jl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DolUia) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dolkra) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprifr- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
neesee 
only)' 

(Number) 



BLOOMFIELD — Con. 

Furoiture, home furntshiogs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group. 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total.. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers- 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eadog, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothmg stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



Automouve group. 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bide, matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, suppKes, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewehy stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocer.v stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



23 

(NA) 
(NA) 

12 

1 ) 



1462 

3CC 

35 



1P2 
)ft2 



20 

197 

UM 

(NA) 

(NA) 

75 

(NA) 

(NA) 

21 



(NA) 
(NA) 

217 
■JO 
31 



180 

ICB 

23 

4 

9 

36 

262 

1 lU 

las 

?5 
1 1 
11 



3U 
5 

125 

34 

20 

• • • 

14 

4 

46 

7 



21848 

990 

1 1858 

7 1508 

21330 



(D) 

CD) 

1 l740 
(NA) 
(NA) 

4iS57 

1 l094 

1 1878 

(D) 

365 

ID) 

)tC75 

ID) 

512 



168f768 

36.973 

23i55C 

3t71 1 

485 

946 

3f2ei 

151053 
7.704 
7.291 

20.C75 
15.f87 



12.249 

2.693 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.067 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .255 

15.464 
10.862 
4.1^22 

27.787 

8.155 

10.808 

• • • 

8.464 
2.344 

3.546 
(NA) 
(NA) 

13.166 
4.558 
3.063 

• • • 
1.066 

(D) 
(D) 
«24 

5.772 



76.101 

21 .456 

16.469 

690 

541 

1 .332 

2.558 



2.648 

888 

1 i760 

7.408 

1 .652 

929 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,679 

(D) 

4.145 
1 i094 
1 .664 
(D) 
365 
(0) 
733 



154.136 

29,807 

23.028 

3.387 

237 

346 

2i809 

13i551 
6i670 
6188I 

I 9 1 1 97 

(01 
(D) 

11 il67 
2.483 
2.274 
1 ,548 
3.763 
2.319 
1 .444 
1 .099 

14,924 
10,488 
4,436 

27,743 

7,483 

10,310 

8.262 
2,048 

3|116 

2,894 

222 

I I ,606 
4,344 
2,845 



922 

(D) 
(D) 
480 



67,567 

17,922 

14,975 

514 

195 

472 

1 ,766 



334 
126 

208 



ID) 
(D) 

(D) 
186 
(Dl 

442 

89 

177 

(01 
46 

(Dl 
95 



2,366 

1 ,678 

277 

21 

53 

337 

2,527 
1,524 
1 ,003 

2,589 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,342 
314 
261 
194 
457 
277 
180 
116 

2,320 

1 ,792 

538 

2,734 

595 

1 ,403 

1,154 
249 

333 

318 
15 

1 ,244 
323 
236 

173 
(D) 
(D) 
1C5 



1,474 

1 (052 

34 



28 
352 



6,739 

2,316 
4,423 

9.361 

2.895 

2.174 

• • • 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

4.051 

ID) 

8,235 
1 .816 
3.277 

10) 

COl 

ID) 

1 .850 



351 .180 

46.680 

32.136 

6.558 

264 

1 .012 

5.710 

49.918 
30.221 
19.597 

55.061 
(D) 
(D) 

24.508 
5.596 
5.01 1 
3.383 
8.562 
5.510 
3.052 
2.056 

39.655 
28.663 

10.992 



1 1 .001 

24.070 

19.416 
4,654 

6,680 

6,508 

172 

24,724 

5,673 

4,530 

• • • 

3,299 

(D) 

(D) 

2,365 

23,187 



137.919 

29.780 

20.289 

593 

149 

501 

8.246 



6.566 
2.282 
4.286 



• •• 

(0) 



(D) 

3.502 

ID) 

7,476 
li593 
3,232 

ID) 

570 

ID) 

1,537 



32B.589 

41 .851 

28.117 

6.401 

250 

855 

5.238 

47.042 
28.903 
18.139 

50.113 
ID) 
(D) 

21.553 
4.751 
4.707 
2.788 
7.470 
4.845 
2.525 
1 .927 

38.645 
27.889 
10.756 

45.081 

10.140 



• • t 
19.224 

4.383 

5.245 

5.129 

115 

22.087 
5.382 
4.351 

• • • 
3.133 

(D) 

(D) 

2.340 

23.115 



127.535 

25.474 

17.521 

550 

149 

326 

7.828 



98 
38 
60 

138 

59 

33 

10) 

(D) 

(D) 
85 
ID) 



(D) 

10 

(D) 



882 
507 



31 
139 

1 .338 
880 
458 

1 .084 
IDI 
(D) 

520 

102 

79 

71 

220 

147 

73 

48 

578 
430 
148 

626 

213 

328 

255 
72 

177 
169 



465 
92 
75 

47 
(D) 
(D) 

46 



577 
396 



17 
149 



53 


15 


132 


14 


42 


54 


30 


13 


• •• 


• • • 


ID) 


ID) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


59 


(NA) 


IDI 


(NA) 


115 


72 


22 


9 


47 


15 


(D) 


IDI 


8 


5 


ID) 


(D) 


29 


33 


• •• 


(D) 



659 
428 

87 
5 

21 
1 18 

1 .159 
798 
371 

789 
(D) 
(D) 

376 
69 

58 
44 
166 
1 14 
52 
39 

547 
405 
142 

501 

178 

309 

• •• 

252 

57 

104 
100 



366 
76 
67 



(D) 
(D) 



406 

256 

9 

4 

7 

130 



491 
304 
48 
18 
55 
66 

373 
202 
167 

65 
(D) 
(D) 

188 

34 

(NA) 

(NA) 

74 

(NA) 

(NA) 

23 

83 
54 
19 



28 

28 



(NA) 
(NA) 

212 
31 
32 

18 
(D) 
(D) 

28 



223 

94 
13 
12 
48 

54 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (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) Less than $500. 



. . Represents aero. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-39 



Table 105. RETAIL TIL\DE. 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



CLIFTON— Con. 



EauDg, drialuDg places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



Geoend merchandise group, tozal 

fJeaeraJ merchandise group (except variety). 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total _ 

Shoe stores _ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothuic, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Furniture, heme furoishiogs. ^ppliaoce dejJeis, loi^J _ 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores. . 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group . 

Gasolioe serrice statioo^- 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers. 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



NoQstore retailers. 



E.\ST ORANGE 



Retail trade. total- 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores -._ 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, toiai- 

Eating places 

Drinking places- 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) _ 
Variety stores -. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores - 

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

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other dothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores _ ._ 



Furniture, home Aimishings. appliance dealers, total . 

Furmture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations- 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers. total- 
Farm equipment dealers -- 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores -,. - 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores. - -__ -.. 



Other retail stores, total.. 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 






3<? 

(NA) 

(NA) 

17 

(NA) 

(na) 



116 

22 
5 



(NA) 

(NA) 

16 



13 
13 

29 
(NA) 
(NA) 

lau 

16 



With 
payroll 



Sal» 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(Sl.OOO) 



7i9Pl 
5i6:?l 
2t;6C 

2i1i)7 
t3) 
(D) 

2.914 
1?) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
870 
(NA) 
(NA) 
236 

i.uei 

(D) 
(D) 

13i59C 

3i922 



■ t • 

11.03a 
P32 

1 .5(i« 

i.5uy 



6.032 
1 fP83 
3.259 
<D» 
361 
10) 
813 
(D) 

2t?58 



96,905 



92 


23,10" 


50 


19,292 


<i 


lilte 


1 


107 


7 


1 1019 


26 


ll538 


69 


5l59"l 


55 


4,231 


It 


1,363 


12 


8,289 


9 


7,103 


3 


1,102 


9U 


13,666 


B 


l,r55 


1 1 


1 ,063 


3 


(Dl 


56 


8f93C 


37 


(NA) 


19 


(NA] 


14 


(D) 


35 


5.937 


23 


2,818 


12 


3.103 


26 


19,171 


51 


3,855 


12 


2,566 


. . 


• •* 


7 


1,796 


5 


T70 


25 


2.151 


24 


(NA) 


1 


(NA) 


80 


10.779 


16 


2.358 


15 


4.25C 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
oi.ooo) 



7,285 
5.439 
1 .846 

1 ,951 
(D> 
(0) 

2i62U 

(D) 
(01 
1 .146 
844 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 

1,273 
(D) 
ID) 

13,522 

3,292 

1 1 ,552 

10,954 
598 

1 ,544 
1 .544 



5,628 
1 ,261 
3,12s 

(Dl 
ID) 
(Dl 
607 
(Dl 

978 



91 ,231 

20,764 
18,208 
788 
(Dl 
277 
(□I 

5,514 
4,151 
1,363 

8.11 1 
7,009 
1,102 

13,466 

919 

1 ,063 

(Dl 

8,876 

7.421 

1 .455 

(D) 

5.767 
2,725 
3,041 

18,751 

3,227 



1 ,678 
646 

2,053 
(D) 
(01 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



1,554 

1.311 

243 

260 
(01 
(D) 

3(18 
(D) 
(01 
129 
98 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

153 
(D) 
(Dl 

1,213 

230 



1 .059 
43 



173 
173 



521 
86 

324 

(Dl 
26 

(Dl 
44 



(01 



11 ,550 

1,681 
1,329 
68 
(Dl 
21 
(D) 

1 ,224 
963 
261 

1 ,490 

1,304 

186 

2,052 
157 
138 
(Dl 
1 .311 
1 .070 
24 1 
(D) 

744 
5r9 
235 

1,790 

252 



223 

123 

249 
(D) 
(Dl 



?cT„rto^r.sy ^^JJl^t Z^^^'^^o.. S^u1"h\c\'tS^n„t .^^i^, b'y detaUed .,od of .(..ne.. 



9,755 1,196 21,760 20,399 

2.358 192 3.828 3.430 

3.996 437 7.038 6.953 

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



30.028 
25.322 

4.706 

5.689 
(Dl 
(D) 

6.278 
(D) 
(D) 
2.579 
2.095 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

3.307 
(D) 
(Dl 

21 ,564 

4.484 

16,662 
. . a 

15.956 
706 

3.682 
3.682 



11 .572 

1 .316 

6l774 

(01 

61 1 

(01 

1 1047 

(Dl 

4.873 



33.461 

25.480 

1 .406 

(Dl 

658 

(D) 

25,256 

20,176 

S,08C 

26,656 

22,973 

3.683 

41 ,315 

2,721 

2,609 

(01 

26,01 1 

21 ,715 

4,296 

(D) 

15.079 
10.772 
4.307 

33.885 

5.187 



4.223 
2.209 

4,506 
(D) 
(Dl 



Full 
workweek 



28.236 

24.177 

4.059 

4.981 
(Dl 
(D) 

5,432 
(D) 
(Dl 
2.101 
1 ,917 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

3,218 
(D) 
(Dl 

21,480 

3.902 

16.257 
... 

15.579 
678 

2.777 
2.777 



10.093 
1 .484 
6.695 
(Dl 
611 
(Dl 
834 
(01 

4,785 



210.219 

30.035 

22.451 

1 .405 

(01 

505 

(D) 

23.704 
18,789 
4,915 

24,768 

22,097 

2,671 

39,118 

2,653 

2,551 

(Dl 

24,541 

20,625 

3,916 

(D) 

15.003 
10.715 
4.287 



4.681 

5,815 

4,18tt 
1 .632 

4.019 
(D) 
(01 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Numberl 



691 
551 

140 

196 
(Dl 
(D) 

1.43 
(D) 

(Dl 
50 
47 

(D) 

(D), 
(D)' 

45 
(D) 
(01 

249 

103 

194 

179 

15 



197 
42 
96 

(01 



609 
447 

28 
(01 

18 
(D) 

617 
526 



646 
533 

1 13 

737 

34 

37 

(01 

520 

426 

hH 

(D) 

206 

148 

58 

370 

103 

93 

53 

40 

95 
(D) 
(01 



Full 
workweek 



557 


150 


469 


53 


98 


97 


175 


14 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(D) 


(D) 


103 


37 


(D) 


(D) 


(Dl 


(NA) 


41 


(NA) 


37 


14 


(n) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(D) 


41 


15 


(D) 


(D) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


246 


11 


59 


77 


180 


45 


... 


. • . 


158 


20 


12 


25 


52 


16 


52 


16 


... 


... 


149 


Ill 


22 


35 


93 


19 


(01 


(Dl 


10 


5 


(01 


(Dl 



462 
325 



(D) 

517 

434 
83 

557 

498 

59 

536 
32 
33 

(Dl 
443 
376 
67 
(D) 

203 
146 
57 

354 

Bl 

77 

52 

25 

75 

(D) 
(Dl 

294 
44 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 

(Number) 



87 

Represents zero. 



29 

(Dl 



186 

84 



(D) 



59 

15 



IS 
2 



78 
13 



(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 



15 
80 
23 



(NA) 
(NA) 

148 
12 
31 



30-40 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



EAST ORANGE — Con 
Other Retail Stores— Coo. 

Feed, fann, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores. 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 

Second-hand stores -._ 



Noosiore retailers. 



ELIZABETH 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eating, driokiag places, total- 
Eating places - 

Dr inkin g places 



Geaeral merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clothmg, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores- 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furoinire, home furoishiogs, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appUance, radio, TV stores --.- 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations . 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total . 

Farm equipment dealers - 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers. 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers - 



HACKENSACK 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, driokiug places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total . , . 
General merchandise group (except variety). 
Variety stores .- 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores _ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothmg. specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores ___ 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furmshlogs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



3fl2 

l'>3 
18 

■?u 

62 

55 

3O0 
iI8 
1°2 



116 
36 

(NA) 

(NA) 

55 

(na; 

(NA) 
20 



17 

;na) 

(NA) 

218 
19 
16 
2 
23 
tl 



131 

30 

20 

3 

60 
(NA) 
(NA) 

16 

18 
33 

15 



With 
payroll 



156 
77 
28 



96 

l«i^ 



120 
30 
29 
3 
HI 
21 
17 



Soles 



Total, all 



ments' 
(Si.ooo) 



IDI 

•"ei 

?97 

2,675 

101 

1.793 



l«3i'=35 

35.299 

26iU«3 

3,18t 

= 18 

tl783 

2.971 

12l72C 
5l585 
6.775 

12.936 
9.2112 
3ie9« 

15l?63 
3.231 

(NA) 
(NA) 

5.513 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 .710 

10.344 
5.P07 
11.537 

22.767 

6.955 



6.396 
1.316 

4.5113 
(NA) 
(NA) 

12.217 

2i9f 3 

3.727 

(D> 

P98 

5?5 

3.827 

(01 

3.773 



112.003 

16.515 

12.930 

1 .572 

173 

803 

1 .037 

5.23C 
3.359 
1.871 

21.759 
IDI 
(D) 

22.336 
3.635 

3.871 

IDI 

12.4e6 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

6.994 
4.r86 
2.908 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



IDI 
735 
221 

(D) 

IDI 



131 .057 

29,043 
23.153 

2.480 
(Dl 
817 
(D) 

1 1 . 3 U- 
5.321 
5.989 

12.394 
8.800 
3.594 

14.91 1 
3,101 
3.959 

IDI 
5.351 
3,866 
1 ,485 

(01 

10,234 
5,729 
4,505 

22.583 

6,337 

7.404 

6,176 

1 .228 

IDI 
ID) 
(D) 

(D) 
2,243 
3,075 

684 

433 

3,399 

IDI 

2 1 577 



15.249 
12,278 
IDl 
IDI 
503 
843 

5,026 

IDI 

21 |729 
IDI 
(D) 

22,224 
3.635 

3,871 

IDI 

12,384 

10,332 

2,052 

IDI 

(D) 

IDI 

2,864 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



29 

(D) 
IDI 



16,154 

2.527 
1 .796 

201 
IDI 
78 
(D) 

1 .893 

1 ,031 

862 

2.588 

1 ,907 

581 

1 ,965 
408 
580 
ID) 
725 
521 
204 
(D) 

1 .282 
934 
348 

2.364 

462 

993 
• • • 

798 
195 

571 
(D) 

(d) 

1 ,094 
157 
337 



107 
56 
(E) 
IDI 



14,071 

1.225 
878 
(D) 
ID) 
48 
1=6 

1.030 
585 
345 



ID) 
(D) 

3.023 
513 
564 
ID) 
1 ,540 
1 ,398 
242 
(D) 

1 ,063 
714 
349 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollare) 



ID) 
1 .51? 
62C 
(D) 
ID) 

9i069 



301 ,351 

46,355 

31 .272 

3,827 

ID) 

1 .652 

(D) 

40.619 
22.647 
17.972 

45.733 
33.085 
12.548 

37.482 
7,561 
10.287 
ID) 
14.540 
10.324 
4,316 
(D) 

24.721 
18,355 
6.566 

40.477 

9,283 



14.465 
3.131 

10.559 
(D) 
(D) 

21 .193 

2.899 

6,730 

• • • 

2.084 

1 ,023 

(D) 

IDI 

7.213 



272.146 

27.425 

21 .128 

(D) 

IDI 

871 

2.999 

21 .062 
13.875 
7.187 

56.23r 
IDI 
(D) 

57,215 

9,609 

10.510 

101 

31 .132 

26.700 

4.432 

(D) 

19,81 1 

13.573 

5.138 



Full 
workweek 



(D| 
1 .305 
610 
(D) 
101 

9,05" 



275.098 

41 .533 

27.955 

3l42fc 

ID) 

1 .415 
(D) 

35.61 1 
20.852 
15.749 

38,796 
28.556 
10.241 

32.277 

5,361 

9.912 

101 

1 1 .738 

8.146 

3.592 

(D) 

23,915 
17.593 
6.322 

40.200 

7.955 

17.154 

14.212 
2.952 

9.235 

(D) 
(D) 

20.267 
2.823 
6.480 

1 .934 

1.013 

(D) 

ID) 

7.145 



251 .516 

25,840 

19,925 

(D) 

ID) 

749 

2,894 

19.719 

12.99B 

5,721 

57,965 
IDI 
(D) 

50.109 

9,007 

10.254 

ID) 

25.753 

22,040 

3,713 

(D) 

19,264 
13,161 
5.103 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

INumber) 



IDI 
34 
20 
(D) 
IDI 



890 
575 



(D) 

964 
571 
393 

1 139B 
981 
417 

761 
126 
146 
(01 
377 
263 
1 14 
(D) 

383 
280 

103 



58 

230 
(D) 
(D) 

355 



(D) 
(01 



475 
355 
(D) 
ID) 
25 
46 

491 
347 
144 

.162 
ID) 
(D) 

1.1=1 
147 
146 
(01 
769 
564 
105 
(D) 

259 

186 

83 



FuU 
workweek 



101 
25 

19 

(D) 
(01 



658 
421 

58 
IDI 

31 
(D) 

753 
473 
290 

1 .047 
BIS 
232 

485 
77 
128 
IDI 
203 
138 
65 
(D) 

349 

260 

89 

479 

124 

208 
• • • 

150 
48 

146 
(D) 
(D) 

300 
43 
94 



(D) 
IDI 



395 
302 
(D) 
(Dl 
18 



412 
288 
124 

787 
IDI 
(D) 

951 
1 19 
135 
ID) 
617 
546 
71 
(D) 

250 

159 

81 



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



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



(Z) Less than S500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE. 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sale's, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-41 



City and kind of business 



HACKENSACK— Con. 



Amomotive group 

Gasolioe service stations.. 



Lumber, bidg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipmen t dealera. 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealera. 

Hardware stores 



Drug siores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores. _ _ , 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers.. _, 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores. 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers . 



HOBOKEN 



Retail trade, total. 



Food siores, total 

Grocery stores , 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eatiog, drinkiog places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialtj' stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furojshings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, faun equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores. 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, tt>tal. 

Drug stores _ 

Proprietary stores _ __. 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores _.. 

Fuel, ice dealers. 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores.. 



Nonsiore retailers. 



IRVING TON 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. 



Eating, drinking places, total- 
Eating places - 

Drinking places. 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



15 
(NA) 
(NA) 

101 

10 



222 

76 

22 

1 J 



13 

5 

29 

(NA)| 

(NA)! 

9 



20 
(NA) 
(NA) 

ice 

7 



7eu 

215 
61 
32 
16 

57 
Uii 

112 

55 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



22,116 

2>U16 

3,685 
• •* 
(D) 
(D) 

1|62C 
(NA) 
(NA) 

8|535 
1 1152 
3,269 

979 

(D) 

2,651 

IDI 

767 



«7,95C 

16, 273 

10, ■^82 

2,808 

199 

1107 

1.777 

7ii!6a 

3,836 
3,632 

1,^15 

1,?63 

683 

1lC93 
6(39 
1 1220 
176 
1,398 
(NA) 
(NA) 
joc 

2,121 

1,1 = 1 

667 



■ • • 

965 
732 

1 ,013 
(NA) 
(NA) 

6,509 

1 ,699 

(Dl 

• • • 

1 ,560 
372 

1,171 
'0) 

063 



71,506 

21,395 

15,021 

1,835 

136 

1,522 

2,567 

1,867 
2,587 
2,280 



Establish- 

menta with 

payroll 

(Sl.OOO) 



22 1 130 

2,062 

3,605 

(D) 
(Dl 

(D) 
(0> 



8,057 
1 .152 
3,197 

979 

(0) 

2,171 

(0) 



61 1 



12,231 

13,551 

9,152 

2,382 

135 

213 

1 .669 

6.896 
3,688 
3.208 

1 .772 

1 .089 

683 

3,815 
(D) 

1 .220 
176 

1 ,328 
730 

59e 

ID) 

1 ,931 

1 ,261 

667 

ID) 

1 .286 

(D) 

(D) 
732 

(01 
818 
(0) 

5.223 

1 .217 
(Dl 

1 .560 
(D) 
881 
(D) 

617 



68,380 

18.115 

11.007 

1 .305 

270 

112 

2.151 

1.681 
2.503 
2.178 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



2,311 

155 

693 

(D) 
(Dl 

218 
218 



962 
128 
3C6 

169 
(D) 
335 

10) 

170 



1,122 

612 

200 

21 

11 

215 

1 ,369 
830 
539 

223 

98 

125 

517 

62 

162 

105 

168 

115 

53 

20 



331 
215 



199 

135 



117 
(D) 
ID) 

528 

93 
(D) 

220 
ID) 
1 16 

ID) 



7.536 

1.662 

1 ,101 

122 

19 

33 

387 

818 
516 
3P? 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



38.729 

2,927 

12,307 
• • • 

(D) 
(D) 

1,909 
1,909 



185982 
2,151 
6,121 

• • • 
2,909 

(D) 
6,981 

(Dl 

2.519 



97.659 

21 .953 

12.260 
3.937 

155 

221 
5.077 

27, lie 
17.882 
9.528 

1,199 
2.12e 
2,371 

9,291 
1 ,062 
3.061 
1 .618 
3,126 
1 ,996 
1,130 
391 

5.102 
3.651 

1 ,7ie 



2.588 

1,32e 

• • • 

3,131 
1 .197 

2,193 
(D) 
ID) 

10.376 

1 .829 

(D) 

• • • 

1.106 
(D) 

2.09e 
(D) 

1 ,619 



138. Tie 

30.169 

19.911 

2.O70 

377 

739 

7,369 

16.836 

10,793 
6.013 



FuU 
workweek 



38.179 
2.550 

12.205 

• • • 
(D) 
(Dl 

1,118 
1,118 

• • • 

18.580 
2,103 
6.075 

• • • 
2.789 

(D) 

6.858 

ID) 

2.187 



90.366 

20.316 

H .300 

3.778 

155 

220 

1,563 

25.050 
16.311 
8.706 

3.857 
2.005 
1 .852 

8.507 
1 .037 
2,796 
1 .623 
2.718 
1.701 
1 .017 
303 

5.381 
3.633 
1 .718 



2.126 

1.111 

3.001 
1 .137 

2.129 

(D) 
ID) 

9.152 

1 .719 

(Dl 

3.829 
10) 

1 .916 
ID) 

1 .113 



125.755 

27.396 

17,801 

1 .990 

338 

611 

6,623 

11.528 
9,101 
5,121 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



(D) 
(D) 



77 

15 
(D) 
1 13 
(D) 

23 



393 

200 

71 

8 

9 

102 

613 
387 
226 

131 
11 



181 
19 



61 

10 
21 

51 
(D) 
(Dl 

199 

10 
10) 

87 
(01 

11 
(01 

32 



559 

353 

3? 

8 



389 
271 
1 IS 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



(D) 
(0) 



10 
(D) 
107 
(D) 



321 

159 

61 

8 

8 
85 

517 
330 
187 



38 
18 

37 
(D) 
(Dl 

160 
31 

(Dl 

56 
(01 

31 
(Dl 



133 

267 

29 



287 
191 
96 



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



(D) 
(0) 

8 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3 

(D) 
38 
ID) 



12 
35 



252 

95 
156 

17 
17 



111 


50 


18 


9 


35 


9 


29 


2 


52 


19 


30 


(NA) 


22 


(NA) 


7 


11 


76 


22 


50 


16 


26 


6 


87 


8 



16 
1 1 



(NA) 
(NA) 

98 
25 

(D) 



231 
55 
38 
23 

61 
19 



^jtandard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcabte. (Z) Less than .$500. 

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



Represents zero. 



30-42 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Conunued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

ISl.OOO) 



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 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incxnpo- 
ratad 
busi- 
nesses 
only)' 

(Number) 



IRVINGTON — Con. 



General merchandise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoestores _. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores _ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furaishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automodve group. 

Gasolioe service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dt^alcrs 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers. 



JERSEY CITY 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores. . 



Eating, driokiag places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands). 

Refresliment stands 

Drinking places. 



General merchandise group. total- 
Department f^tores 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores 

Variety stores .....--- 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores.. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furaiiure, home furoishiogs, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) . 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stanoos. 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealetB 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores -- 



15 
10 

5 

81 
18 
(NA) 
(NA) 
36 
(NA) 
(NA) 



n 
m 

■?6 

(NA) 
(NA) 



tC66 
K63 
176 

17 
203 

71 
lOU 

719 

26« 

53 

»32 



23 

366 

5t 
(NA) 
(NA) 
159 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

61 

160 
118 
(NA) 
(NA) 
12 

73 



193 
106 

11 

31 
71 
72 

617 
202 



276 

u6 

57 

7 

121 



«0 
US 

120 
86 
44 
12 

31 

57 
19 
15 
22 

1 

103 

53 

12 
17 
24 



2< 193 

37 C 
1.823 

6.325 

1 .453 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2 1 561 

(NA) 

(NA) 

583 

3.229 

1 .452 
1.777 

20.164 

2.760 

2.822 

• • • 

2.f37 

785 

2.367 
(NA) 
(NA) 

6.C62 

1 .3C5 

2.842 

(Dl 

3C7 

165 

1 .063 

ID) 

2.122 



263.342 

83.475 
55.653 
10.P02 
1.518 
5.155 
4.259 
5.952 

31 .942 

14.538 

2.143 

1 5 . 26 1 

9.272 
(0) 
(D) 
58 

5.395 

28.664 

4.689 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1 .234 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.022 

17.138 

10.473 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.665 

29.402 

22.757 

3.132 

W 
(D) 

11 .630 

7.993 

• • • 
3.989 
1.888 
2.1 16 



2 


169 




346 


1 


823 


6 


161 


1 


409 


1 


149 




(D) 


2 


481 


2 


024 




457 




ID) 


2 


967 




(D) 




(0) 


20 


010 


2 


394 


2 


716 




• • • 


2 


.037 




679 




ID) 




(Dl 




... 




(D) 


1 


.305 


2 


,668 




(D) 




ID) 




(D) 




849 




ID) 



68.097 
47.719 
8i890 
826 
1 .451 
4,259 
4,952 

29,380 

13,552 

1 ,991 

13,837 

8,438 
ID) 
(D) 
• a • 

5,349 

27,296 
4,795 
5,672 
2,157 

10,854 

6,084 

496 

4,274 

3,818 

1 6 , 1 30 
9.937 
6,376 
3.561 
6,193 

28,932 

22,757 

2,790 

(D) 

IDl 

10,664 

7,427 

3,941 
1 ,704 
1 ,782 



364 

27 

337 

829 

IQO 
152 
1 18 
322 

278 
44 



360 
171 
189 

1 ,745 

199 

418 



308 
1 10 



255 
255 



750 
87 
288 
ID) 
64 
ID) 
120 
(D) 



5,233 
3,271 
652 
37 
136 
814 
323 

5.285 

3.042 

310 

1 .933 

1 ,476 
(D) 
(D) 

999 

3,575 
630 
710 
363 

1 .381 

847 

67 

467 

491 

2.161 

1,454 

957 

497 

707 

3.053 

2.126 

165 

(D) 

ID) 

809 

882 

508 
179 
195 



7,235 

518 

6,717 

15.535 
3.427 
2i650 
2.819 
5.835 
5.016 
819 
804 

5.919 
2.652 
3.267 

30.143 

3,744 

8.147 

6,326 
1 ,621 

4,625 
4.625 



13.412 
1 .48c 
4.005 

ID) 
1 .004 

(D) 
2,337 

ID) 

2.683 



98.845 

61 .414 

1 1 .867 

680 

2.301 
17.076 

5.507 

104,176 

58,823 

7,571 

37,782 

27,394 
(Dl 
(D) 
... 

18,670 

66,997 

1 1 .417 

12.289 

5.477 

27,121 

16,602 

1 ,441 

9.078 

10.693 

39.844 
26.199 
16.823 
9,376 
13,645 

56,455 

38,483 

3.235 

(D) 
(Dl 

17.536 

16.751 
a . . 

9.164 
3,647 
3,72C 



5,156 
516 

4.640 

13.737 
2.99C 
2.442 
2.249 
5.322 
4.665 
637 
734 

5,733 

2,491 
3,242 

30,012 

3.406 



6.138 
1.495 



4,032 
4,032 



12.458 

1.307 

3.791 

(Dl 

965 

(D) 

1.837 

ID) 



475.162 

90.414 

55.345 

1 1 .494 

595 

1 ,954 
15,942 

5,084 

97,798 

55.928 

6.737 

35.133 

23.200 
(D) 
(D) 

14.835 

58.561 
9,102 

11 ,441 
4,933 

23,484 

15.014 
1 ,314 
7.156 
9.601 

3B.496 
25.379 
16.265 
9.114 
13.116 

55.398 

38.172 

3.057 

(D) 

IDl 

16.299 

16.555 
. . ■ 
9.184 
3.777 
3.594 



267 

12 

255 



41 

56 

139 

115 

24 
18 



39 
329 



207 
36 



(D) 
44 
(D) 



9.663 

1 .825 

1 .040 

221 

17 

73 

349 

125 

2,411 

1 ,463 

196 

752 

762 
(01 

(D) 



1 ,367 
200 
194 

94 
548 
354 

37 
257 
231 

592 
396 
239 

157 
196 

725 
492 
51 
(D) 
ID) 

346 

231 

1 11 
55 



136 


13 


11 


12 


125 


1 


228 


63 


37 


10 


33 


(NA) 


34 


(NA) 


1 10 


31 


95 


(NA) 


15 


(NA) 


14 


6 


76 


31 


38 


24 


38 


7 


322 


27 


52 


61 


109 


21 



72 


25 


72 


(NA) 


... 


'NA) 


170 


85 


24 


1 1 


51 


17 


ID) 


ID) 


16 


4 


101 


IDl 


28 


36 


ID) 


ID) 



1 ,419 
761 
197 
13 
50 
295 
103 

2,079 

1 .290 

151 

638 

508 
ID) 
(D) 

367 

967 

127 
155 

72 
440 
271 

27 
142 
173 

532 
356 

210 
146 
176 

701 

484 
47 
(D) 
ID) 

283 

224 

... 

Ill 
53 
60 



1 .120 
461 
194 



124 

767 

283 

46 

438 

106 

(Dl 

(D) 

4 

16 

295 

20 

(NA) 

(NA) 

139 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

61 

13B 

99 

(NA) 

(NA) 

39 

45 
6 

20 
(D) 
ID) 



10 
26 
39 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avaUable. n.e.c 



GroZtot^ n^y "'^'""'e data for establishments without payroU which could not be classified by detaUed kind of business. 



Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-43 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 

payroU 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroU 

(Sl.OOO) 



PayroU, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



PuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



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



JERSEY CITY — Con. 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists - - 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



NoDStore retailers, total.. 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
MerchanHi.se vending machine operators 



NEW BRUNSWICK 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

.Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores... 



Eanag. driokitig places, total. 

Eating places. 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores.. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furuishiugs, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bide, mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nooslore retailers. 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores . 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Other food stores. 



1 15 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5 
38 
1 1 

1U9 
5 

136 
8 



159 
K2 



21 

7 

109 
22_ 

(naF 

(NA) 

U5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11 

55 
36 



110 
?0 



6tCj55 

1I6UU 
770 
2M3 
102 
283 
99 
1U5 



89 

87 

2 

239 
59 



128 
66 
62 

20 

15 

5 

91 
19 
20 
6 
37 
21 
16 
10 



72U 

3ai( 

133 

"to 

51 
73 
83 



8l23B 
(NA) 
(NA) 

27l«6'l 

5i672 

81438 

U13 

2>861 

1 l570 

766 

908 

813 

1 1 590 

563 

?90 

?25 

2.618 

389 

7i°2'l 

qC 

«>639 

3.195 



8"tl360 

15.359 

12. (•72 

1.119 

?78 

820 

1.07C 

7.229 
4.137 
3.036 

9.706 
6.496 
3.188 

10.347 
2.1 10 

(NA) 
(NA) 
4.4 
(NA) 
(NA) 
883 

6.761 
4.242 
2.519 

18.762 

2.627 

4.C55 
• • 

3.099 
956 

1 .920 
1 .920 



6.790 
1 .624 
878 
(Dl 
821 
610 
1 .809 
ID) 



804 



660.971 

125.871 
80.179 
21 .907 
3.046 
8.?47 
4.461 
8.0C9 



7.682 

(D) 
(0) 

23.686 

5.608 

7.744 

(D) 

2,607 

656 

766 

752 

377 

1 .228 

41 1 

IDI 

(D) 

2,550 

343 

5.978 
ID) 
(D) 

3.195 



79,370 

13.345 
10.604 
(Dl 
(0) 
526 
996 

6,717 
3,753 
2,964 

9,546 
(D) 
ID) 

10.039 

2.070 

1 , 887 

979 

4.288 

3,680 

608 

815 

6,551 
4,066 

2,485 

18,762 

1,847 

4,055 

3,099 
956 

1 ,920 
1 ,920 



6,004 
1 ,354 
718 
(D) 
821 
584 
1 ,641 
(Dl 

584 



610,249 

101 ,763 
67,195 
18,807 
2,124 
3,173 
4,033 
6.431 



947 

(D) 
ID) 

2.620 
417 
715 
(D) 
321 

80 

98 
139 

20 
121 

66 
ID) 
(01 
460 
126 

638 
(Dl 
(D) 
195 



9.646 

1.121 
765 
(D) 
(Dl 
71 
195 

1 .322 
869 

453 

1 .71:8 

1 .158 

550 

1 .387 
285 
256 
148 
597 
523 
74 
101 

798 
545 
253 

1 .480 

231 

445 

323 
122 

333 
333 



675 

104 
81 
ID) 
178 
71 
186 
(Dl 



7.660 
4.513 
1 ,397 
164 
306 
746 
534 



18.373 

(D) 
ID) 

51 ,796 

7,662 

13,902 

(D) 
7,745 
1 ,417 
1 .649 
2.656 

325 
2.359 
1 .319 

ID) 

ID) 
9.271 
2.423 

1 1 .844 

(D) 

(D) 

3.862 



184.924 

20.334 

13.617 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .228 

3.777 

25.91B 
17.283 
8.635 

37.088 
25.881 
1 1 .207 

25.583 
5.096 
4,494 
2.962 

10.716 
9.243 
1 .475 
2.293 

15.71C 

10.556 

5.154 

26,578 

3,848 

8,972 

• • • 

6,738 

2,234 

5.779 
5.779 



12,344 
1 .851 
1 .439 
(D) 
3.182 
1 1454 
3.587 
(D) 

2.77C 



1 .594.245 

145.628 
85.461 
26.914 
2.925 
5.129 
15.415 
9.784 



16.704 
(D) 
(Dl 

50.159 

7.173 

13.880 

(D) 

7.647 

1 .341 

1 .609 

2.594 

325 

2.172 

1 .137 

ID) 

ID) 

8.960 

2.383 

11,579 

ID) 

(D) 

3,862 



170.935 

18.349 

11.977 

(D)l 

ID) 

1 ,228 

3,516 

24,434 
16,177 
8.257 

32.824 

23.289 

9.535 

22,421 
4,318 
4.295 
2.725 
9,408 
8.179 
1 .229 
1 .675 

14.815 
9.711 
5.104 

26.16C 

3.626 



• • • 

6.723 
2.225 

4.931 
4.931 



1 I .686 
1 .735 
1 .43V 
ID) 
3.101 
1 .186 
3.394 
ID) 

2.739 



132.064 

76.512 

25.91 1 

2.714 

4.000 

14.218 

8.709 



344 
(D) 

101 

893 

164 

231 

(D) 

139 

29 

24 

45 

6 

55 

20 

ID) 

(0) 

123 

34 

167 
(D) 
(D) 



395 
259 
(D) 
10) 



641 
458 
183 

885 
521 
364 

528 

85 

69 

73 

250 

206 



240 

161 

79 

342 

77 

127 

92 
35 

106 
106 



21 
ID) 
41 



.693 
.510 
41 9 
69 
162 
326 
207 



269 


104 


(D) 


(na; 


IDI 


(NA) 


808 


415 


132 


49 


227 


60 


(D) 


(D) 


135 


37 


24 


50 


22 


3 


42 


32 


6 


30 


42 


16 


14 


13 


ID) 


ID) 


(D) 


(D) 


1 14 


33 


33 


10 


158 


142 


ID) 


(Dl 


(D) 


(D) 


48 


5 



307 


171 


191 


109 


(D) 


(D) 


(U) 


(01 


31 


24 


60 


19 


555 


147 


394 


97 


161 


48 


609 


20 


370 


15 


239 


3 


383 


72 


59 


9 


56 


(NA) 


60 


(NA) 


181 


34 


152 


(NA) 


29 


(NA) 


27 


17 


206 


52 


129 


41 



170 
23 

21 
IDI 
37 
18 
57 
(Dl 



23.848 

2,073 
1 ,127 
371 
56 
102 
266 
151 



54 
1 1 



ID) 

7 



5,953 

1,844 
826 
290 
1 1 1 
320 
122 
171 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. vNA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



. . Represents aero. 



30-44 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Sl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



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



NEWARK — Con. 



Eating, drinking places, total 

Eating plact-s (except refreshment stands). 

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, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores -_ 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores -- 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores . 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) . 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations- 



Lumber, bidg. malls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores 

Hardware stores _ 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total.. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stores. 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farn jarden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Musicstores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



ORANGE 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets . 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total- 
Eating places 

Drinking places 



Genera] merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoestores. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothmg stores. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready.to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



83 
766 

176 
U 

3 
13 

559 

1»C 
(NA) 
(NA) 

208 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
93 

3(32 
216 

(na) 

(NA) 
"2 

116 
28 
33 



32 

UO 
82 

175 
(NA) 
(NA) 

831 

1 1° 

116 

9 

88 

U9 

15 

6C 



31 
28 
5 
88 
50 

37C 
13 

329 
28 



123 
62 
12 
3 
26 
20 



(NA) 
(NA) 



I1I59 

uau 
59 

656 

72 

4 
38 

1 
29 

143 

102 

86 

26 

166 

1 15 

15 

36 

63 

216 

160 

15 

73 



28 

33 

1«9 

146 

3 

'J73 
105 
64 



75i749 

38l724 

3.876 

33.149 

1141328 

98lC83 

(D) 

(D) 

11 |67C 

87.954 

10.747 

(NA) 

(NA) 

22.012 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.968 

44.628 

29.612 

(NA) 

(NA) 

15.168 

80.681 

66.266 

7.452 

6.345 

618 

18.77C 



7.932 
4.713 
3.414 

14.333 
(NA) 
(NA) 

60.491 

11 .293 

19. ."53 

.-38 

7.646 

2.690 

1.100 

1.868 

2.^98 

1.944 

1.P03 

2.059 

1 .769 

4.649 

1 .741 

21.»93 
2.747 

13.353 
5.793 



46.109 

12.761 

9.998 

= 27 

59 

691 

1.086 

4.707 
2.301 
2.106 

1 .887 

666 

1 .221 

4.087 

1 .161 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .574 

(D) 

ID) 

216 



70 

36 

3 

30 

1 12 
98 



225 

034 
551 
637 

584 
083 
(D) 
ID) 
398 

950 
335 
169 
500 
244 
90 5 
126 
2) 1 
702 

522 
798 

614 
184 
724 

349 
ID). 
338 
213 
ID) 

766 

799 

894 
483 
122 

665 

(D) 
(D) 

747 
325 
883 
10) 
714 
094 
816 
554 
730 
542 
795 
861 
769 
(D) 
465 

879 
659 
681 
539 



10|799 

9.200 

755 

(D) 
413 
(D) 

1.283 
2.049 
2.234 

1 .887 

666 

1 .221 

3.935 
ID) 
647 
ID) 

1 .574 
(D) 
ID) 
216 



14.582 

9.071 

6P6 

4.9C5 

20.718 

16.123 

(D) 

ID) 

2.288 

1 1 .019 

1 .340 

2.835 

3.192 

2.970 

2.185 

167 

313 

682 

6.250 
4.707 
3.081 
1 .626 
1 .543 

7.346 

5.890 

363 

980 

113 

1 .5"4 

1 .162 

655 
541 
266 

1 .660 
(D) 
ID) 

6.481 
830 

1 .886 
ID) 

1 .088 
327 
87 
201 
128 
128 
126 
345 
225 
(D) 
260 

3.054 
193 

2.337 
524 



4.946 

81 1 
646 
93 
ID) 
25 
(D) 

897 
589 
308 

289 

82 

207 

507 
(D) 

62 
ID) 
179 
(D) 
ID) 

38 



286.528 

174.809 

12.198 

99.521 

138.851 

386.252 

(D) 

ID) 

45.607 

212.720 
24.234 
55.203 
60.255 
58.721 
50.033 
3.278 
5.413 
14.304 

122.069 
90.730 
60.173 
30.557 
31 .339 

125.566 

97.792 

7.006 

18.516 

2.194 

29.325 



1 1 .630 
9.235 
4.992 

31 .968 
(D) 
(D) 

120.776 

15.946 

35.199 

(D) 

19.076 

7.101 

1 .619 

5.036 

2.674 

2.502 

2.126 

5.825 

4.086 

(D) 

4.764 

54.955 
6.095 

39.921 
8.939 



91 .008 

15.250 

U .892 

1 .685 

(0) 

522 

(D) 

17.948 

1 1 .093 

6.855 

5.994 
1 .495 
4.499 

8.643 
(D) 

1 .132 
ID) 

2. 891 
(D) 
ID) 
791 



266.845 

163.519 

10.98b 

92.338 

397.753 

351 .929 

(D) 

ID] 

39.375 

173.060 
21 .404 
52.258 
33.719 
52.603 
44.971 
2.976 
4.656 
13.076 

117.751 
87.977 
57.840 
30.137 
29.774 

124.203 

96.885 

6.929 

18.195 

2.194 

26.676 



1 1 .539 
9.155 
4.747 

27.820 
(D) 
ID) 

1 16.718 

15.247 

34.717 

101 

18.577 

6.672 

1 .584 

1.915 

2.469 

2.315 

1 .984 

5.785 

4.056 

(D) 

4.563 

52.21 1 
5.042 

38.300 
8.869 



13.916 

10.666 

1.685 

ID) 

447 

(D) 

16.410 
9.973 
6.437 

5.171 
1 .446 
3.725 

7.537 

(D) 
1 .126 
ID) 
2.585 
(D) 
ID) 
764 



6.062 

3.843 

265 

1 .954 

8.702 

7.242 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .320 

4.269 

384 

754 

1 .645 

1 .225 

1.022 

73 

130 

261 

1 .703 

1.277 

838 

439 

426 

1 .437 

1 .061 

100 

250 

26 

554 

367 
• • • 

147 

127 

93 

618 
(D) 
10) 

1 .876 

272 

479 

ID) 

278 

109 

26 

91 

50 

58 

42 

89 

55 

(D) 

83 

851 
127 
613 

1 1 1 



261 
200 

24 
ID) 

14 
(D) 

399 
266 
133 

178 
28 
150 

188 
(D) 

17 
(0) 

c5 
(D) 
ID) 

)5 



5.199 
3.333 

196 
1 .670 

7.086 

6.028 

(D) 

ID) 

941 

2.865 
287 
617 
726 
999 
652 
57 
90 
206 

1.542 

1(172 

745 

427 

370 

1 .403 
1 .046 

96 
235 

26 

438 



145 

123 

82 

439 
(B) 
ID) 

1 .686 

238 

440 

ID) 

257 

95 

24 

85 

41 

43 

32 

87 

54 

(D) 



562 
109 



205 
150 

24 
(D) 

10 
(D) 

326 
213 

1 13 



137 
(D) 

17 
ID) 

62 
(D) 
ID) 

12 



Standard Notes' (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avaibble. n.ec. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

'Group totals may include data for estabUshments without payroU which could not be classified by detaded kmd of busmess. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-45 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments* 
(tl.oOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(»1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



FuU 
workweek 



(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



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

(Number) 



ORANGE — Con. 



Furninire, home furoishiogs, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores _ 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stadons. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. . 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials, suppUes, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General mercliandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group . 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipmen t dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) - 
Second-hand stores - 



Nonstore retailers. 



PATERSON 
Retail trade, total — 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets- 
Fruit stores, vegetable markets 



17 
(NA) 
(NA) 



i69 

1 13 

U7 

16 



^2\ 
S7 



(NA) 
(NA) 

36 
(NA) 
(NA) 

25 



27U 
71 



123 
US 
27 

a 

12 
31 

m<3 

67 
?2 

29 
21 

8 

136 

3U 



?6lt 

110 

37 



3.K'0 
1 •''21 
1 tl79 

51676 

2i283 

ll343 
• •• 

!2'4 
819 

1.537 
(NA) 
(NA) 

5.900 
1.362 
3.1 19 
101 
101 
101 
569 
(01 

2.f28 



96.821 

23.063 

15.219 

3.107 

561 

1 .510 

2.666 

8.189 
3.e07 
4.382 

7.992 
4.691 
3.289 

19.627 

3.725 

(NA) 

(NA) 

8.78 3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.122 

9.T35 
6.139 
2.916 



• •• 

(D) 
(D) 

2.230 
2.230 



8.?00 

1 .442 

2.551 

(01 

1 .073 

683 

(D) 

28 

ei!6 



43. 148 

26.108 

5. "28 

2.134 



3,01B 

(D) 
101 

(01 

2.019 

1 .235 

500 
735 

1 ,385 
1 .385 



(D) 
1 .352 
3.073 
• • • 
(01 
(Dl 
513 
101 



e7|366 

19.407 

13,229 

2.645 

467 

542 

2.524 

6.749 
3.453 
3.296 

7.714 
(D) 
(01 

18.441 
3,420 
3,447 
1 ,189 
8,475 
6,235 
2,24U 
1 ,910 

9,177 
6,287 
2,890 

1 1 .840 

1 ,791 

2,499 

1 ,927 
572 

2.230 
2,230 



7,104 
888 

2,505 
101 
973 
607 
(D) 
101 

414 



185. 443 

34,302 

21 ,522 

4.136 

1 ,792 



463 
314 
149 

791 

175 

171 

1 14 
57 

164 
184 



525 

72 

315 

ID) 
101 
53 
(0) 



1 .751 

1 ,121 

2C2 

49 

29 

3«0 

1,114 
657 
457 

1 .288 
724 

564 

2.7C3 
424 
508 
240 

1,230 
946 
284 
3"1 

9=9 
750 
2C9 

1,128 

115 

3r4 

221 
83 

269 
269 



237 
IDl 
124 
79 
(D) 
(01 



22. 929 

2, en 

1 .403 
338 
136 



8.522 
5.626 
2.896 

12.45C 

3.159 

3,133 
• • • 

1 ,968 
1 .165 

3.341 
3.341 



9.729 
1 .409 
6.049 
• ■ • 
(01 
10) 
905 
(D) 



200.138 

33.132 

21 .404 

3.737 

822 

569 

5.600 

25.209 
15.895 
9.314 

25,547 
15,376 
10,171 

50,075 
7.198 
8,01C 
4,602 
24,222 
18,798 
5,424 
5,043 

17,795 

13,935 

3,859 

20,400 

2.688 

5.221 

3.779 
1 .442 

5.140 
5.14Q 



13.659 
967 
4,428 
(01 
2.443 
1 .754 

(0) 
(0) 

1 .272 



428,622 

55.820 

29.164 

5,26c 

2,436 



8,125 
5,229 
2,896 

12,397 

2.839 

3.049 

• • • 

1 .943 
1 .106 

2.976 
2.976 

• • • 

9.385 
1 .250 
5.96B 

• • • 
(01 
(0) 
855 
(0) 



30.837 

19,808 

3,541 

714 

408 

6,366 

23,464 
14,929 
8,535 

22,476 

14,071 

8,405 

45,639 
5.663 
7.255 
4.303 
22.278 
18.054 
4.224 
5.140 

17.339 
13.480 
3.859 

20.243 

2.450 

5.074 

3,561 
1 ,413 

4,298 

4,296 

• • • 

12,820 

850 

4,283 

101 

2,175 

1 .557 

(D) 

(01 



1.246 



394,299 

51 ,970 

25.986 

5.942 

2.282 



115 
76 
37 

146 



161 
30 
91 

101 
(01 



6uS 
378 
62 
20 
21 
127 

626 
427 
199 

636 

284 
352 

935 
1 15 
125 
77 
502 
361 
141 
1 16 

262 

208 

54 

242 
57 



72 
(Dl 
38 

29 
(0) 
(01 



8.316 

1 .087 

543 

91 

51 



108 


17 


71 


9 


37 


B 


143 


'. 


45 


36 


39 


19 


• •• 


... 


22 


7 


17 


12 


43 


16 


43 


(NA) 


... 


(NA) 


144 


65 


21 


13 


88 


9 


• •a 


(D) 


(01 


ID) 


(D) 


(01 


15 


18 


(01 


ID) 



499 


306 


308 


119 


53 


57 


14 


18 


12 


52 


1 12 


50 


513 


253 


353 


105 


160 


148 


450 


42 


215 


33 


245 


7 


563 


176 


90 


33 


88 

60 

368 


(NA) 

(NA) 

82 


289 


(NA) 


79 
77 


(NA) 
24 


247 


71 


193 


54 


54 


17 



196 
12 
57 

ID) 
30 
24 

(D) 

(0) 



19 



6,566 



384 
82 



(D) 
(D) 



25 
25 



10 
(01 

17 

8 

(D) 

(01 



663 

317 

82 

25 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appHcable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Reptesenta zero. 



30-46 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total" 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 

ments' 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(11,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Pull 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



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



PATERSON — Con 



Food Stores — Coa. 
Candy, nut, confectionery stores. 

Bakery productji stores 

Other food stores. - - - - 



Eating, driakiag places, lolal 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) _ 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places, 



General merchandise group, total- 
Department stores 

Dry goods, general merchan'dise stores 

Generalstores 

Variety stores - - - - 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, borne furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores - 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger oar dealers (nonfranchised). 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. malls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, pjiiit, electrical stores 

Hardware stores 



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 -.. 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (e-xcept second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



NoDSlore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-tc^house) organizations. 
Merchanthse vending machine operators 



PERTH AMBOY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total , 

Grocery stores ._ 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eadng, drinking places, total. 

Eatmg places 

Drinking places. 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



1?3 

63 

1*59 

151 

2H 

281* 

73 
3 

56 
1 

13 

237 
16 
(NA) 
(NA) 
IIU 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
25 

116 
76 

(NA) 

(NA) 

UO 

79 



58 
(NA) 
(NA) 

296 

38 

60 

3 

28 
22 
13 
16 
12 

le 

12 



161 

»e 

9 



29 
313 
37 

355 

113 



50 

2 

160 
28 
26 
3 
20 
12 



3i"03 
2lU77 
3i530 

15, 161 

6,735 

728 

7t698 

26.386 

181318 

(D) 

(0) 

5133" 

25i929 

6i135 

(NA)I 

(NA) 

10.877 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.379 

17.806 

10.059 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.747 

32.199 

25.6U3 

3.121 

3.285 

62 

6. "20 



5.516 
1.507 
1 .658 

5.558 

(NA) 
(NA) 

17.U27 

2.286 

6.tl 1 

137 

1.6112 

1.110 

839 

552 

6U0 

580 

172 

«56 

526 

1 .!a9 

?97 

6.U6U 
(D) 

2.057 
(D) 



69.313 

1<t.29U 

10.930 

798 

187 

813 

1.a52 

5.C93 

1.P25 
3.268 

6.529 
U.912 
1.717 



1 .U93 
2.'»37 
2.922 

12.979 

6,113 

660 

5.206 

25.530 

18.318 

(D) 

(Dl 

5.274 

25.445 

(D) 

5.058 

(D) 

10.559 

8.083 

401 

2.075 

2.321 

15.734 
9.729 
5.648 
3,081 
7.005 

31 .091 

25.543 

(D) 

3.285 

(D) 

5.212 



5.452 
1 .445 
1 .496 

5.436 
(D) 

(Dl 

14.947 

2.054 

5.521 

137 

1.512 

855 

(0) 

494 

274 

466 

(01 

404 

526 

(01 

471 

5.254 
(D) 
935 
(D) 



63.801 

12.340 

9,724 

(D) 

(01 

453 

1 ,354 

4,325 
1 .569 
2,555 

5.229 

(D) 
(D) 



141 
4Q7 
296 

2,278 

1 ,262 

75 

941 

4.505 

3.450 

(D) 

(D) 
903 

3.433 

738 

796 

150 

1 .449 

1.115 

76 

2 = 7 

300 

2.323 

1.735 

1 .193 

542 

588 

3.ln2 
2.529 

(D) 
448 
(D) 

447 



4?4 
241 
221 

811 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .756 

148 

518 

28 

223 

140 

96 

92 

16 

37 

(Dl 

30 

100 

(D) 



577 
(D) 
174 
(D) 



7.882 

1 .031 
681 
(D) 
(D) 
38 
245 

680 
355 
315 

1.124 
822 
302 



2.514 

10.56f 

5.781 

46, 319 

25.405 

1,860 

19.054 

84.495 

63.919 

(D) 

(131 

17.974 

64.387 

14.027 

13.649 

2.403 

28.085 

21 .922 

1 .366 

4.797 

6.218 

39.827 
29.1 74 
19.747 
9.427 
10.553 

51 .624 

40.220 

(D) 

8.958 

(01 

8.681 

15.687 
• • • 

7.507 
4.500 
3.580 

15.495 
(D) 
(D) 

32.595 

2.696 

9.891 

493 

3.91 1 

1 .991 

2.012 

1 .833 

280 

672 

(01 

999 

1 .929 

(0) 

1 .480 

12.736 

(D) 

2.418 

(0) 



147.464 

19.358 

13.592 

(D) 

(D) 

709 

4.158 

13.271 
5.707 
6.564 

19.837 
13.793 
6.044 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 106 88 10.224 9.914 1.247 23.183 

Shoestores 19 17 1.913 (Dl 256 4,780 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings Stores (NA) 17 (na) 1,933 251 4.549 

Family clothing stores (NA) 5 (NA) 860 98 1.589 

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



2<2\o 

10.056 
5.482 

43, 190 

23, 930 

1, 520 

17.740 

71 .274 

55.166 

(D) 

(D) 

13.803 

57.719 

12.360 

13.030 

2.023 

25,004 

20,219 

888 

3.897 

5.302 

38,906 
28.446 
19.076 
9.370 
10.450 

51 .082 

40.026 

(D) 

8.707 

(01 

7.897 



7.457 
4.345 
3.516 

13.835 
(D) 
(D) 

31 .003 

2.450 

9.458 

493 

3.595 

1.846 

1.881 

1.773 

174 

642 

(01 

987 

1 .929 

(D) 

1 .444 

12.104 

(01 

2.341 

(0) 



136.283 

17.715 

12.241 

<D) 

(Dl 

609 

3.972 

12.099 
6.409 
5.690 

17.535 
12.688 
4.847 

19.859 
3.718 
4.062 
1 .380 



71 
223 

108 



1,110 

631 

58 

421 

2.231 

1 .609 

(D) 

(D) 

566 

1 .176 
243 
190 

45 
571 
415 

44 
1 12 
127 

552 
409 
2B0 
129 
153 

558 
491 
(D) 
128 

101 

181 

215 

98 



278 
(D) 
(Dl 



(01 
17 
21 

(0) 
33 

300 
101 
37 
(Dl 



354 
235 
(D) 
(Dl 
21 
85 

310 
171 
139 

508 
290 
218 



95 

928 

537 

39 

352 

1 .521 

1,, 157 

(D) 

(D) 

310 

855 



403 

324 

18 

5) 

83 

521 
378 
251 
127 
143 

632 

482 
(D) 
116 
(D) 

141 



97 
54 
54 

197 

(D) 
(01 

456 
35 

113 
7 
53 
31 
27 
30 
4 
16 

(D) 
15 
21 

(D) 
28 

270 
(0) 



280 
177 
(D)' 
(0) 
15 
75 

257 
155 
102 

362 

238 

124 

353 
45 
55 
22 



(Z) Less than $5(X). 



Represents zeto. 



NEW JERSEY 

Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MOR^Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



30-47 



City and kind of business 



PERTH AMBOY — Co; 

Apparel. Accessories Stores— Coa. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores. . 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores- 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bide;, matls.. hardware, farm equip, dealers, totll. 

Farm equipnienl dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores. 



Drug stores, proprietar7 stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stoKS, totaj 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



PLAINFIELD 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty .stores 

Ready-to-wear store-^. 

Other clothing, specialty stores . 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Ga'oline service stations . - ■ . 

Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equjp. dealers, total. 

Farm equipoent dealers 

Lumber, biiiJding materials, suppUes, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores -. 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



TRENTON 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total. 
Grocery stores 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



U6 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1 

■41 
21 
2C 



19 

(NA), 
(NA): 

7 
17 



97 



50 
(NA) 
(NA) 
143 
11 
12 
1 1 

;i 

35 
16 

32 

U3 

22 

• •• 
9 
13 

16 



iru 

12 

It 
2 

16 
5 



2,509 



(D) Withheld to aviiid disclosure. 



669 

3S9 

(NA) Not available. 



With 
payroll 

(Niunber) 



'55 
137 
n.e.c. 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



tiuas 

(NA) 
(NA) 
P89 

6i«07 
2i65C 
3.797 

1 1.186 

2.C19 

2.U93 
• • ■ 

2.r85 
1108 

1.''7C 
(NA) 
(NA) 

7.C08 
505 

3.259 
(D 
P46 
(D) 

1 .81 1 
27 

2. \ns 



97.5143 

23.612 

18.887 

1 ..^68 

81 

1 .C51 

2.C25 

2.861 

2.r23 

611 

11.162 

12.1405 

2.057 

8. 730 

2.219 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.6644 

3.C39 

625 

(D) 

5.127 
3.325 
2. 102 

18.4403 

2.378 



1.698 
2.111 

1 .9)3 
(D) 
iOI 

6.125 

1 .653 

2.155 

(Dl 

786 

8 35 

2.036 

ID) 

1.187 



2i*4t,b61 



56.280 
12.073 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Si.ooo) 



1.109 

3.507 

902 

ID) 

6,357 
ID) 
ID) 

1 1 .131 

1 .355 

ID) 

ID) 
106 

(01 

1. 3'4'4 

ID) 

6.076 

505 

2.963 

(Dl 
770 
(D) 
) .109 
(01 

1 .682 



93.861 

22.121 

18.217 

1 .510 

101 

605 

(D) 

2i580 
(D) 
ID) 

11.366 

(D) 
ID) 

6.681 
2.219 
1,58^ 

(01 

3,661 

3,039 

625 

(D) 

5,155 
(D) 
(Dl 

18,315 

1 ,951 

6,918 

ID) 
(D) 

1 ,913 

(D) 
10) 

7.751 
1,653 
2,375 

ID) 

752 

635 

1 ,866 

ID) 

1.061 



222, 316 



16.321 
35.881 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



509 

152 

07 

93 

S'SI 
166 
368 

1 .325 

100 

112 

360 
'2 

213 
(D) 
ID) 

579 

58 

213 

ID) 
120 
(D) 
1 18 
(Dl 

317 



1 .705 

1 .231 

135 

(Dl 

51 

(D) 

172 
370 

lr2 

2.692 

2.531 

3 = 8 

1 .058 
269 
197 
IDI 
117 
373 
71 
(D) 

615 
552 
293 

1 .612 

168 



780 
371 

326 

(D) 
(01 

951 
125 

301 
(01 
115 
138 
237 
IDI 



715 



28,213 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollais) 



9.930 
8.139 
1 .791 
2,335 

18,091 
9,690 
6.101 

22.806 

2,018 

7,11 1 
• • • 

6,396 

1 .015 

1.085 
(D) 
ID) 

12.182 

1 .019 

5.898 

ID) 

2.275 

(D) 

2.095 

(01 

5,192 



221 ,11 1 

31,812 

25,158 

2.636 

(Dl 

988 

(D) 

9.308 
7,261 
2,017 

50.106 

12.360 

7,716 

20,031 
1,611 
3,709 

101 
8,591 
7,062 
1 ,509 

(D) 

15,99c 
10,310 
5,676 

29,1 55 

3,302 



11.501 
6.560 

7.171 
(D) 
IDI 

17.212 
2.087 
5.826 

ID) 
2.130 
2.585 
3.863 

(D) 

13.203 



529, 180 



Not elsewhere classified. 



^Grot^toS.'^y iniliiie"dau for ;rt:bi;;h^n';r'wirhout ^y^U which could not be classified by detailed kind of business 



3.935 69.711 61.220 

2.537 11.360 38.021 

XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Leas than $600. 



Full 
workweek 



9.016 
7.110 
1 .576 
1 .683 

17.250 
9.106 
8.112 

22.503 

1 .967 

7.271 
• • • 

6.299 
975 

3.513 
(D) 
IDI 

1 1 .363 

991 
5.821 

10) 
2.059 

(D) 
1 .886 

IDI 

5.165 



203.391 

31.23H 

22.62t 

2.117 

(Dl 

805 

(D) 

8.183 
6.616 
1 .867 

12.658 

36.583 

6.075 

17.689 
3.800 
3.580 
(D) 
7.110 
6.20b 
1 .232 
(D) 

15.279 
9.711 
5.568 

26,739 

2,838 



11.101 
6.256 

6.613 

(D) 
ID) 

16.199 
2.05B 
5.673 

(01 
1 .980 
2.25B 
3.512 

10) 

12,999 



1490,287 



Paid employees, 
workwedt ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



256 

200 



269 
136 
133 



100 
83 



86 
(D) 
10) 

200 
17 
82 

(Dl 
32 

(D) 
19 

(01 



616 
111 
30 
IDI 
31 
(D) 

217 
201 



1 ,158 
8o9 
269 

105 

77 

55 

IOI 

198 

162 

36 

(D) 

212 
159 



353 

63 

290 

lol 
109 

1 II 
(D) 
10) 

271 

27 



10,027 



1.367 
830 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



201 
165 
36 
30 


38 
(NA) 
(NA) 

17 


211 
115 
125 


33 

13 

20 


270 


12 


36 


15 


97 


9 



63 


1 1 


(D) 


(NA) 


IDI 


(NA) 


171 


93 


15 


1 


80 


10 


(Dl 


(Dl 


27 


13 


(D) 


(D) 


37 


19 


IDI 


(01 



159 
318 
29 
(D) 
18 
(D) 

191 
156 
35 

809 
666 
111 

295 

51 
16 
(0) 
113 
1 16 
27 
(D), 

208 
129 



310 
12 



86 
(D) 
(D) 

219 
25 

62 
(01 
30 
27 
63 
ID) 



8,206 



987 
56B 



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



115 
60 
18 

(0) 
21 

(D) 



17 

15 



62 
5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

36 

27 

9 

(D) 

13 
31 
12 



13 
(D) 



11 
(D) 

15 
5 

15 
(D) 



731 
129 



Represents lero. 



30-48 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind o£ business 



TRENTON--Con 

Food Stores— Cod 
Meat markets, fish isoafood) markcuJ. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores .._ 

Other food stores. _ 



Eatiog, drinking places, total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands). 

Refreshment stands. 

Drinking places. _ . 



Genera] merchandise group, total. 

Department stores __. 

Dry goods, general merchandise stores 

General stores . . _ 

Variety stores . . 



Apparei, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Millinery stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, loial. 

Fumiture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group, total 

Passenger car dealers ffranchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) . 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Other automotive dealers 



Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bidg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Plumbing, paint, electrical stores l 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietaxy stores, total. 

Drug stores _ 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total . _ 

Liquor stores. 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Sporting goods, bicycle stores 

Florists.. 

Cigar stores, stands 

News dealers, newsstands 

Gift, novelty, souvenir stores 

Music stores 

Camera, photographic supply stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers, total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



UNION CITY 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) marketa. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markete 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores__ 



Eating, drinking places, total- 
Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores _ 



Elstablishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 
Family clothing stores 



U2 
59 
Ul 
93 

519 

20B 

19 

262 

75 
6 

52 



250 

17 

(NA) 

(NA) 

ni 

(NA) 
(NA 
(NA) 
59 



m9 

98 
(NA) 
(NA) 

51 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



7« 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3 
32 
15 

1?6 

6 

1C5 



257 
91 
55 



2U4 

88 

156 

36 

?5 

9 

119 

17 

(NA) 

(NA) 



17 
31 
29 

381 

150 

27 

201* 

43 



194 
41 

38 



105 
70 
39 
31 
35 

54 
16 



Sales 



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



125 
33 



192 
70 
122 

20 

13 



4,707 
1 l776 
It -06 
1 i733 
4» 1 33 

21,'»26 
8,413 
1,216 

11,797 

32.421 

(D) 

5,924 

(0) 

(D) 

24.r74 

3.P49 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1 t083 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.099 

17,219 

11 , 195 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6>024 

29.923 
23. 182 

(D) 

1 .'^28 

(D) 

12.759 

12. 1-71 

(HI 

7.399 

(D) 

1 .665 

5.916 
(NA) 
(NA 

19.796 

5.?25 

5.J42 

SUl 

1.871 

283 

437 

762 

(D)l 

UP2 

270 

(D) 

(D) 

2.445 

674 

12.679 

(D) 

8.534 

(D) 



74.822 

18.41 1 

10.^53 

3.782 

606 

718 

2.6O0 

8.166 
4.190 
3. =76 

10.950 
9.315 
1.591 

8.091 
1.^56 

(NA) 
(NA) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



4.427 
(D) 
704 

1 .585 
(D) 

18,952 
7,723 

918 
10,311 

31 .925 

(D) 

5,460 

(D) 

23,24fc 

3,777 

4.126 

(D) 

1C.693 

3,927 

482 

I .284 

(D) 

16,273 

10,615 

8.162 

2.453 

5i65a 

29.371 
23.174 

(D) 
1.778 

ID) 

10.601 

1 1 .699 
ID) 

7.297 
ID) 

1 .607 

5.666 
(Dj 
101 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



16 


.882 


4 


.515 


4 


.326 




241 


1 


.753 




283 




(d: 




644 




(d: 




342 




172 




(D) 




(Dl 


2 


413 




(D) 


11 


407 




ID) 


7 


400 




(D) 



66.716 

14,953 
8.621 
3.406 
460 
224 
2,242 

7,424 
3.932 
3.492 

10.640 
(D) 
(Dl 

7,545 
(D) 

1 .442 
(D) 



455 
(D) 
82 

433 
(D) 

3,255 

1,786 

140 

1,329 

4.767 

(D) 

1 .180 

"d") 

3.370 

494 

650 

(D) 

I .519 

1 .299 

72 

148 

(D) 

2,264 

1,578 

1,209 

369 

6»6 

2i925 

2.390 

(D) 

297 

ID) 

883 

1 .660 
ID) 

1 .015 
(D) 
139 

675 
(D) 
ID) 

2.181 

345 

536 

56 

311 

36 

(D) 

99 

(D) 

28 

20 

(D) 

(B) 

496 

,(D) 

2.298 

(D) 

1 .910, 

(D) 



1 ,188 

568 

202 

39 

22 

357 

1 .394 
805 
589 

1 .985 

1 .691 

294 

1 .053 
(D) 
1<J7 
(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUara) 



7.625 

(D) 

1 .398 

8.689 

(D) 

63,481 

35,645 

2,588 

25, 248 

92.944 

(D) 

22.446 

• • • 

(D) 

62.452 

8.831 

12.31 1 

(D) 

28.206 

23.841 

1 .464 

2.901 

(D) 

43,116 
30,560 
24, 120 
6.44r 
12.556 

53.048 

41 .79? 

(D) 

5.73? 

(D) 

17.434 

30.167 

(D) 

19.727 

(D) 

2.962 

12.600 
(D) 
(D) 

41 .444 

6.651 

10.617 

1 .109 

5.547 

773 

(D) 

1 .758 

(D) 

448 

193 

(D) 

(D) 

9.054 

(D) 

42.780 

(r>) 

33.974 
(D) 



166. 27C 

23.622 

1 1 .038 

3.986 

67? 

433 

7.493 

29.288 
16.535 
12.753 

40.308 

34.616 

5.692 

19,850 

(D) 

3.723 

(D) 



Full 
workweek 



6.959 

(D) 

1.156 

7.845 

(D) 

57,884 

33.414 

2,000 

22,470 

63.646 
(D) 

21 .297 
• • • 

(D) 

55.732 

7.181 

11.365 

(D) 

24.876 

20.886 

1 .310 

2.67b 

(D) 

42,067 
29,917 
23,677 
6.240 
12.15U 

52.522 

41 .590 

(D) 

5.625 

ID) 

15.473 

29.527 

ID) 

19.480 

(D) 

2.775 

10.844 
(DJ 
ID) 

38.894 

6.133 

10.162 

952 

5.361 

651 

(D) 

1 .587 

(D) 

441 

193 

(D) 

(D) 

8.536 

(D) 

42.475 

(D) 

33.812 

(D) 



154.122 

21 .954 

9.902 

3.747 

615 

399 

7.291 

26.966 
15.860 
1 1.108 

35.827 

31 .086 

4.739 

13.140 

(D) 

3.473 

(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



137 
(D) 
51 

191 
(D) 

1,568 
927 



2.190 
(D) 
505 

Vd) 

1 .27" 
167 
193 
(D) 
657 
537 
4? 
78 
(D) 

656 
476 

36 3 

1 13 
160 

616 
469 

(D) 
73 

10) 

3?9 

419 
(0) 
261 
(D) 
48 

325 
(D) 
(D) 

704 
120 
153 
19 
90 
28 
(D) 
39 
(D) 
12 

e 

(D) 
(D) 



FuU 
workweek 



(D) 

527 
(D) 

40 8 
(D) 



451 
186 



696 
408 
2<18 



632 
182 

375 

(D) 

51 

(D) 



103 
(D) 
33 

147 
(D) 

1,294 

817 

46 

'*31 

1 .772 
(D) 
465 
• • • 
(D) 

962 
109 
146 

(D) 
489 
398 
30 
61 
(D) 

611 
440 
341 
99 
171 

602 
465 

(D) 
68 

(D) 

282 

386 
(D) 

249 
(D) 
42 

218 
(D) 
(D) 

577 
95 

139 
13 
75 
17 

(D) 
30 

(D) 
1 1 

a 

(D) 
(D) 
106 
(D) 

513 
(B) 

400 
(B) 



360 

13U 

57 

12 

12 

149 

576 

363 
213 

569 
460 
109 

301 
(D) 



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



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 estabUshmenta without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



<D) 
Represents kio. 



NEW JERSEY 



30-49 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE— Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 

ments' 

(11,000) 



Establish. 

ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

«1,000) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 

(OoUan) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



UNION CITY — Con. 
Apparel, Accessories Stores— Con. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Auiomodve group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, hrm equip, dealers, total. 

Farm equipmen t dealers 

Lximber, budding materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retad stores (except second-hand). 
Second-Iiand stores 



Noostore retailers 

VINE LAND 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) marketa. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets _. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eating, drinking places, total- 
Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnisbiogs, appliance dealers, total . 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household apphance, radio, TV stores 



Automodve group 

Gasoline service stadons. 



Lumber, bide, mads., hardware, form equip, dealers, total . 

Farm equipment dealers. 

Lumber, budding materials, supphes, equipment dealers - . 

Hardware stores 



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.. 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-liand) . 
Second-hand stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



WEST NEW YORK 
Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 



(NA) 
(NA) 

■50 
29 



31 
(NA) 
(NA) 

135 
?7 

IS 

13 

'7 

35 

1 



(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



5»7 
1=2 



3i696 
(NA) 
(NA) 
995 

ttTSO 
2i520 
2i230 



1 i"00 
565 

1 t777 
(NA) 
(NA) 

7i765 
2.288 
1 1599 

(D) 

898 

2<1S6 

'Dl 



62.190 

1 1 .639 
9.563 

330 

(Dl 

(D) 

1 lC21 

2.B52 
1 .=60 
1 .292 

5.CS3 

M.162 

591 

3.P22 

751 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .U«3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3115 

1 .9U1 

1 .293 

618 

7.352 

1 >'!06 

5.545 
566 

1.232 
717 

1 .258 
(D) 
(01 

20.122 

577 

1 .091 

17.126 
311 
IDI 
668 
IDI 

7C0 



15.156 

10.071 
2,685 



3.6U0 

2.352 

1.288 

823 

1.520 
2.168 
2.052 

10.198 

1 .360 

1.669 

• * • 

1 .310 
329 

(D) 
(01 
150 

(D) 

1.928 

989 

• • • 

(01 

356 

2.018 

(Dl 

713 



57.556 

10.083 
8.127 
(01 
(01 
(D) 
675 

2.196 
1 .158 
1 .038 

1.837 
(01 
(01 

3.21(1 
617 
(0) 
(01 

1 .363 
839 
521 
315 

1 .917 
(01 
(01 

7.191 

1 |128 

5.111 
566 

1.128 
717 

1 .258 
(D) 
(01 

19.182 
281 
(Dl 
ID) 
232 
(0) 
578 
(01 

176 



13.300 
9.396 
2.537 



519 
371 
115 
112 

198 
315 
153 

775 

102 

225 

170 
55 

168 

156 

12 

617 

153 
1 19 

Id" 

60 
2C3 
(Dl 

111 



776 
607 
12 
(Dl 
(D) 
111 

105 
271 
131 

712 
(0) 
(D) 

309 
66 
(D) 
(Dl 
113 



200 
116 



109 

710 
66 

561 
80 

151 
(D) 
(D) 

972 
29 
68 

789 
27 

(Dl 
35 

(Dl 



1.129 
680 
212 



9.717 
6.913 
2.831 
2.355 

10.001 
7.165 
2.839 

17.902 

2.111 

5.022 

• • • 
3.787 
1 .235 

3.115 

3.311 

101 

1 1 .603 
2.977 
2.396 

• • • 

(D) 
1 .125 
3.612 

(01 

3.1 15 



101 .188 

11.816 

1 1 .567 

253 

(01 

(D) 

2.162 

8.1 75 
5.016 
2.129 

15.099 
(01 
(D) 

6.512 

1 .136 

(D) 

(01 

2.717 

1 .902 

815 

111 

3.851 

2.951 

897 

15.166 

2.306 

11 .1 09 

1 .162 

1 1 .513 

1 .101 

2.972 
(D) 
(Dl 

17.016 

19? 

1 .195 

13.583 
115 
(Dl 
526 
(01 

1 .131; 



22.529 
13.287 
1.271 



9.317 
6.677 
2.61(; 
2.082 

9.792 
7.031 
2.761 



• • • 

3.631 
1.223 

2.828 

2.753 

75 

11.211 
2.771 
2.398 

(D) 
1 .076 
3.517 

(01 

3.1 15 



95.129 

13.253 

10.365 

253 

(0) 

(D) 

1 .987 

6.864 
1.877 
1 .967 

14.285 
(0) 
(D) 

5.807 

1 .257 

(D) 

(0) 

2.396 

1 .644 

752 

397 

3.759 

2.881 

878 

15.382 

2.177 

13.976 
1 .162 

1 1 .426 
1 .388 

2.472 
(D) 
10) 

16.034 

169 

1 .495 

12.761 
445 
10) 
162 
(Dl 

1 .120 



20.654 
11.752 
1.155 



197 
131 



155 

106 
19 

205 

17 

69 



(D) 
20 



308 
213 
5 
(01 
(D) 
58 

236 

185 
51 

291 
(Dl 
(D) 



(D) 
101 
74 
SI 
23 



199 
17 

151 
26 



(D) 

(Dl 



21 

201 

9 

(Dl 

15 
(0) 



19 



399 

239 

66 



167 


31 


1 18 


(NA) 


19 


(NA) 


39 


22 


116 


17 


101 


20 


15 


27 



31 


35 


64 


18 


• • • 


• •• 


16 


10 


18 


8 


52 


33 


50 


(NA) 


2 


(NA) 


158 


127 


39 


20 


27 


21 


• • • 


• • • 


(D) 


(D) 


15 


29 


52 


33 


101 


(01 



218 
156 
5 
(0) 
tD) 
12 

168 

124 



241 
(0) 

(D) 

1 16 
25 
(D) 
(Dl 
55 



192 
17 

118 
27 



(D) 
(0) 

217 

7 

21 

189 

9 

(0) 



303 
161 
57 



52 

9 

(01 

(D) 

29 



15 
(01 
(D) 

62 

12 
(NA) 
(NA) 

26 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3 

21 



21 
10 

7 
(D) 
(01 



1 1 

1 1 
12 
10 

(D) 
28 

(01 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than S500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll whicli could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents wro. 



432272 O -57 -10 



30-50 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE^-Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



WEST NEW YORK — Con. 

Food Stores— Cod. 

P'ruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 

Eatiog, drioluDg places, total 

Eating places _, 

Drinking places _ _ 

General merchaodise group, total 

General mercfiandise group (except variety) 

Variety stores 

Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores 

Family clothing stares 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores _._ 

Furniture, home furoisbings, appliance dealers, total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antiqu-:: stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores. 

Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations 

Lumber, bide, malls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Limiber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealer? 
Hardware stores 

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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores ^except second-hand)- - 

Second-liand stores 

Noosiore retailers.. 



Establishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



92 
32 

60 

21 

16 

3 

79 
12 
(NA) 
(NA) 
11 
(NA)' 
(NA) 



\0 

?0 

(NA) 
(NA) 

'5 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



27U 

591 

lt532 

2i808 
1.156 
1.652 

2.11 1 

928 

1.113 

8. 395 
1.513 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3.3U6 
(NA) 
(NA) 
936 

3.863 

3.r52 
Bll 

4.771 

1.335 

1.860 

• • • 

1 turn 
i!56 

917 

(NA) 
(NA) 

3.289 

1 .r31 

117 

• * • 

591 
U68 
7U1 
123 

P7C 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 



(D) 

(Dl 

1 .090 

2.608 
1 .070 
1 .538 

1 .925 

812 

1.113 

8,065 

10) 

2.158 

(01 

3.180 

2.073 

1 .107 

936 

3.729 

(D) 
(Dl 

a 1 7m 

1 .177 

1 .72« 

(Dl 
(D) 

(D) 
(Dl 



2.337 

671 
(Dl 

(Dl 
200 
699 
123 



(01 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



(Dl 
(Dl 
220 

395 
185 
210 

333 

125 
2C8 

1.052 
(D) 
268 
(Dl 
423 
3CC 
123 
1'^2 

631 
526 
105 

499 

119 

226 
• •• 

181 
45 

(D) 

(D) 



255 

31 
101 

"d* 

26 
79 
23 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 1.5 



Total 

(DoUbi^) 



(Dl 

(Dl 

4.68C 

7.814 
3.708 
4.106 

6.35C 
2.363 

3.987 

19.287 

(d' 

5.07'-, 
(Dj 
7.81'J 
5.658 
2.101 
2.727 

11.746 
9.620 
2.126 

6.566 

2.274 

4.995 

3.659 
1 .336 

(D) 

(D) 



4.903 
514 
(Dl 
• • • 

(D) 

538 I 
1.571 I 



(Dl ' 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



(01 I 

(C^ll 

4. 501 I 

7,U46| 

3.389 I 

3.657 1 

I 

5,\v.y 

2.1531 
2.950 

16.769 
(O. 
4.868 
101 
7.052 
5.230 
1.832 
2.059 

1 1.52:' 
9.401 
2.12b 

5.940 

2ll7i 

4.864 
... 

3.559 

1 .295 

(D) 
(D) 

... 

4.584 
543 
(Dl 

*(D*) 

518 

1.551 

474 

(01 



(Dl 
(Dl 
86 

2J5 

105 
100 



138 

347 

(B) 

73 
(01 
159 

106 
51 



145 
1 19 



119 

43 
61 



(D) 
(D) 



(D)! 
12 
27 

7 



FuU 
workweek 



(01 
(01 
76 



106 
38 
68 



247 

(D) 
59 
(01 

1 13 
85 



33 



135 

110 



(D) 
(D) 



79 

12 
101 

'Co') 

!0 
.?6 

6 



Proprie- 
tors (tm- 
incorpo- 
Tated 
busi- 



only)' 
1 Number 1 



IDI 
(Dl 



31 
63 



15 

13 



70 

Id) 

(NA) 

(N*) 

41 

(NA) 
(NA) 



32 
25 



,(D) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

78 



(D) 
15 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewiiere classified. .\.\X -Xot applicable. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of busines.-'. 



I*.M than S5(K.'. 



Represents zero 



NEW JERSEY 



30-51 



LIST OF CORRECTIONS 

T" Leaders" ( ) indicate no changej 



Page 



30 -;5 
30-46 



fUmlngton S. U. A. 
Grocery stores 

Passaic Coimty 
Retail trade, total 

Apparel, accessories stores, total... 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores. 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Paterson 

Retail trade, total 

Apparel, accessories stores, total... 

Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores. 
Ready-to-wear stores 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



5,144 

517 



2,225 
238 



With 

payroll 

(Number) 



2,984 
377 

22 
168 

95 

1,326 
196 

11 
37 
55 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 



469,237 
51,629 



21,319 



206,679 
27,429 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(tl.OOO) 



421,271 

49,171 

5,255 

20,563 

15,111 



186,943 
26,945 



10,868 
8,392 



Payroll, 
entire 

year 



47,933 

6,778 

727 

2,873 

2,173 

23,169 
3,673 
324 
1,515 
1,182 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



908, U9 
127,628 
14,432 
55,844 
42,682 

433,422 

69,182 

6,405 

28,883 

22,720 



Pull 
workweek 



836,021 
114,955 
12,993 
50,284 
39,989 

398,734 
62,154 
5,7^1 
25,671 
20,886 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



17,215 

2,400 

261 

1,173 

836 



8,407 

1,267 

102 

605 

449 



FuU 
workweek 



13,595 

1,750 

196 

845 

660 

6,639 

928 

77 

430 

351 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



The foUowing pages contain revisions of data previously 
published on the corresponding pages of Retail Trade Bulletin 
Series R-I; 30-10, 30-11, 30-12, 30-17. 



NEW MEXICO 



NEW MEXICO 

(32 COUNTIES) 




STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 



CODE 

I ALBUQUERQUE 



LEGEND 

• PLACES OF 25,000 TO 100,000 

• PLACES OF 100,000 AND OVER 
STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 



CONTENTS 



Table „ 
Page 

101. Retail Trade: 195-4 - The State jl-ir 

lOlA. Retail Trade : 1954. and 19^48 - The State 31_5 

102. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

M°^s 31-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 3-[^_g 

103 . Retail Trade : 1954. - Standard Metropolitan Areas 31-10 

103A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 31-11 

104. Retail I'rade: 1954 - Counties With 500 Establishments or More 31-12 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More 31-13 



31-3 



31-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



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-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 store3_„ 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Men's, boys' clotldng 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.-.j 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furniture, Home Furoishiogs, 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 



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 



Lumber, Bldg. Mads., 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 



Estabhshments 



Total ^ 
( Number ( 



(NA) 
(NA) 



501 
257 

107 
103 

e 

2ft 



4MP 

207 
30 
22 

1 13 



26U 
(NA) 
(NA) 



11245 

290 

66 

(NA) 

Cna) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



With 
payroll 



lt52i 


•S76 


i.3T2 


594 


21 


1 1 


• . • 


• ■ a 


2 7 


3 


tl 


17 


•57 


•»K 


(NA) 


33 


(NA) 


2 


12 


tl 


2n 


12 


1.634 


1 ,168 


017 


7n3 


(NA) 


7P0 


(NA) 


1 


(NA) 


2 


107 


83 


ens 


382 


^6U 


376 


12 


12 


267 


1^7 


155 


■39 


1 16 


98 


U38 


376 


81 


69 


(NA) 


3 


(NA) 


1 1 


(NA) 


1 


(NA) 


54 


(NA) 


58 


(NA) 


50 


(NA) 


8 


(NA) 


71 


166 


l'J4 


(NA) 


120 


(NA) 


13 


(NA) 


1 1 


3H 


20 


It 


14 


368 


272 


190 


140 


(NA) 


98 


(NA) 


15 


(NA) 


27 


176 


132 


(NA) 


83 



339 

223 

63 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments - 
($1.0001 



372 
62 

173 
24 
20 
93 



236 

218 

18 



653 

124 



^6 



139i9?2 

153,722 

1 ,837 

721 
60 9 

2,004 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2?0 

629 



58tC6C 

32,395 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2l489 

23,121 



81 >5o7 
25,002 
29,3fi1 
14.180 
12tG<i2 



35,702 
6,552 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

11 .810 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 ,t56 

859 



31.587 
18.282 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
13.281 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



145.345 

117.04 1 

13.?63 

9.637 

1 ,402 

4.002 



59.9''3 
9.719 

34.C67 
1.967 
1 ,536 

12.44 2 



27.6U8 
(NA) 
(NA) 



59.303 

14.681 

4.806 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

9.012 

4.109 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



144.144 

139,596 

1 .567 

(01 
417 

(D) 
1 .741 

(Dl 

1 1.' 
487 



52.26" 

?9,655 

29.515 

101 

(□I 

2,272 

20.327 



76.645 
25.0-)2 
26,447 
12.646 
12.550 



34.586 

6.236 

(Dl 

664 

ID) 

5.230 

7.07« 

6.431 

648 

7.714 

11.440 

10.788 

245 

407 

1 .258 

859 



29,989 

17,458 

14.494 

1 .823 

1.141 

12.531 

7.194 

3.295 

2.042 



140.399 

1 15.309 

1 1 .153 

9.015 

(D) 

(D) 



58.271 
9.559 

33.345 
(D) 
(D) 

12.002 



26.910 

26.258 

652 



48.943 
10,857 

4.560 
(D) 

3,778 

ID) 
3.126 
4.035 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



.330 

121 

(PI 

55 
(13) 
404 
ID) 
15 
60 



10.387 

7.395 

7.355 

(CI 

(Dl 

3Q8 

2. 504 



10.876 
3,836 
2,946 
2,2^3 
1.8-<1 



3.764 
776 
(D) 

97 
(Dl 
b^t 
765 
714 

■=1 

7 39 

1.257 

1 .177 

43 

37 
1 ''O 
1C7 



4.228 

2,291 

1 .824 

242 

225 

1 .937 

1 .145 

478 

314 



14.310 

12.359 

512 

1,118 

170 

151 



6,544 
1.039 
3,465 
231 
213 
1 ,5°6 



3.064 

3.005 

59 



5.467 
712 
595 
(D) 
59C 

(D) 
639 
447 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



1 .460.164 

177.55? 

163.784 

2.309 

(01 
1 .014 

(0) 
8.443 

(01 

250 
1 .359 



217.045 

157.357 

156.585 

(01 

(0) 

7.342 

52.351 



193.557 
81 .765 
60.467 
15.215 
35.109 

77.224 

13.199 

(Dl 

1 ,380 

(01 

1 1 .372 

14.819 

13.782 

1 ,037 

16.683 

27.512 

26.188 

919 

505 

2.395 

2.516 



86.208 

46.513 

37.512 

4.800 

4.201 

39.595 

22.406 

11.11'' 

6.079 



285.318 

245,858 

9.224 

22.1 89 

4.389 

2,658 



131 .041 

20.813 

68.055 

4,740 

4,058 

33,354 



54,869 
53,851 

1 ,008 



107,001 
14,504 
14.245 
(D) 



FuU 
workweek 



2 


163 




• • . 




(Dl 


1 


71 -i 


8 


398 



1 ,J75.515 



159.742 

140,864 

2.234 

(D) 
76i 
(D) 

£.231 
(Dl 
250 

1 .^5e 



202.589 

148.1 14 

147.377 

(Dl 

(D) 

5.531 

47.844 



176.231 
74.593 
55.782 
15,703 
30.053 



71 .293 

1 1 .604 

(D) 

1 .372 

(Dl 

9.785 

13.789 

12.944 

845 

15.583 

25.597 

24.343 

795 

459 

2.235 

2.484 



81 .191 

45.357 

35.964 

4,341 

4.062 

35.824 

18.980 

10.964 

5.880 



281 ,597 

244.552 

8.864 

21 .809 

4.022 

2.440 



126. 651 

20,451 

65.65d 

4.530 

3.832 

32.070 



50.100 

59.197 

903 



103.341 

13.641 

14.003 

(D) 

12.057 

ID) 

1 1 .333 

8.371 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



29,636 



3.634 
3.2a5 

37 

(0) 

44 

(D) 

209 

iO) 

9 

38 



5,280 

4,754 

4.734 

(01 

(01 

292 

1 .234 



4.777 
1 ,489 
1 .539 
397 
1 .352 



1 .809 

2d2 

(01 

28 

(01 

248 

281 

243 

38 

419 

718 

671 

26 

21 

62 

47 



1 .369 

719 

574 

79 

66 

650 

418 

157 

75 



3,758 
3,173 

151 
332 

58 
44 



2.007 

286 

1 .040 

71 

75 

535 



1 .550 

1 .514 

36 



2.042 
320 
219 
(D) 
1 73 

(01 
214 
129 



2,755 
2.465 



(Dl 
27 
(C) 
193 
(D) 



5,409 

4 1 1 72 

4,154 

(Dl 

(0) 

233 

1 .004 



3<555 

1 .162 

1 1175 

348 

870 



1,410 

20r. 

(Dl 

27 

(Dl 

167 

228 

212 

16 

333 

554 

520 

20 

14 

52 

43 



1 .191 

674 

543 

59 

52 

517 

305 

147 

55 



3.571 

3.1 18 

142 

319 

54 
38 



1 ,885 

276 

977 

58 

55 

499 



1 .277 

1 .252 

25 



1 .552 
277 
211 
(D) 
171 

*D) 
198 
125 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nes,ses 
only) ' 
(Number) 



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 establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



. , Represents zero. 



NEW MEXICO 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE; 1934 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



31-5 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments i 
($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 

(Number) 



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



Other Retail Stores— Con. 

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 

NoQstore Retailers 

Total -- - - --■ 

Mail order houses - 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations- 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



)20 
1 1 
?2 



1143 
29 
19 
10 
7 
13 
55 
99 



26i» 
5 



6,?ro 

6S6 

1 ifoe 
2i2in 

1 iei« 
s?5 

l.?71 

3>59C 

1 l7f C 

993 

292 

IOC 

9U8 

9'I9 

2l3U2 



6,351 

105 

1»,?U6 

2,003 



5,61u 
ID) 

1 ,25'4 

1 1 961 
(□) 

1 ,516 
180 
925 

2,672 

1 ,56'4 
806 
158 
(0) 
ID) 
91»9 

2,002 



1,1 7tt 
(D) 

2,438 
(D) 



901 

88 

205 

198 

(Dl 

234 

9 

91 

373 

205 

73 

18 

(D) 

145 

104 

307 



462 
92 



17,83u 
1 ,816 
4,821 
3,533 
(D) 
3,903 
183 



1 ,848 
6,391 
4,201 
1 ,51 1 
284 
(01 
2,659 
2,127 
6,702 



9,890 

262 

7,903 

1 ,725 



17,385 
1 ,765 
4,724 
3,488 

(D) 
3,763 

183 
1 ,755 
5,928 
4,169 
1 ,461 

234 

(D) 
2,659 
2,007 
6,04) 



9,604 

232 

7,647 

1 ,725 



309 
3' 

86 

66 
(Dl 

87 
7 

51 
171 

83 

30 

6 

(D) 

41 



119 
24 



288 
29 
78 
59 

(0) 

76 

7 

41 

142 

80 

28 

6 

(D) 
41 
3P 

121 



141 

6 

111 

24 



39 

159 

39 

19 

12 

(D) 

15 

22 

108 



262 

5 

222 

35 



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



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



Table 101 A. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total -^ 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(11.000) 



1 948' 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Retail trade, total. 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stoies 

Other food stores 



Eatiog, driakiag places, total. 

Eating places . - - 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furoishiags, appliance dealers. 

Automotive group. .. . 

Gasoline service stations 



Lumber, bidg. mails., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers 

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

Drug stores, proprietary stores, total 

Drugstores.- 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total. . 

Liquor stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores. 

Jewelry stores 

Other retail stores 



Nonstore retailers. 



8,i81 

1,522 

1,332 

182 

1,634 

l,02i 

602 



438 
81 
351 

368 

501 

1,233 

448 
74 
372 

264 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1,245 
290 
66 
104 
120 
535 

264 



676 
594 
82 

1,168 
786 
382 



376 
69 

307 

272 

389 

763 

372 
62 
310 

236 
218 

18 

653 

124 
46 
76 
88 

319 

38 



159.932 

■ 153,722 

6,U0 

58,060 
34,883 
23,121 

81,597 

35,702 

6,552 

29,072 

31,587 

145 , 345 

67,632 

59,933 
9,719 
50,012 

27,648 
(N.\) 
(NA) 

59,303 
14,681 

4,806 
13,121 

6,200 
18,687 

6,354 



673,729 

144,144 

139,596 

4,548 

52,264 
31,937 
20,327 



34,586 

6,236 

28,350 

29,989 

140,399 

57,404 

58,271 

9,559 

48,712 

26,910 

26,258 

652 

48,943 
10,857 

4,560 
12,161 

5,614 
15,751 

4,174 



1,795 

1,681 

114 

1,401 
842 
559 



357 

55 

302 

284 

428 

1,019 

391 

76 

315 

210 

177 

33 

892 

228 

53 

100 

91 

420 



767 
692 
75 

1,041 
683 
358 



298 

51 
247 



377 
640 



189 
161 

28 

569 
119 
52 
77 
58 
263 



10 



97,301 
93,972 
3,329 

37,837 
21,451 
16,386 

54,255 

28,149 

3,687 

24,462 

23,394 

33.525 

35,598 

54,829 
11,286 
43,543 

17,175 

16,194 

981 

41,431 
9,053 
5,104 
9,603 
4,324 

13,347 

833 



437,432 

80,943 

77,961 

2,982 

34,010 
20,269 
13,741 



27,287 

3,646 

23,641 

22,642 

81,798 

30,194 

53,887 
11,011 
42,876 

16,713 

15,777 

936 

(D) 
7,014 

(D) 
3,999 
3,919 

(D) 



(D) 



Standard Notes: fD) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. ... Represents zero. 
^Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the 1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a 
Comparison of 1948 and 1954 Censuses in the Introduction. 

^Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed Itlod of 



description of the adjustments see 
business. 



31-6 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



County and city 



Tabic 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES, 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 
(Numtwr) 



With 
payroll 

(Numher) 



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



EstablUh- 

ments with 

payroll 

ISl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 1.5 



Kind-of-business group 



I Proprie- ! 
tors {xinin-t 
corpora ted [■ 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



Food stores 



only) 



E-stab- I 
lish- I 
ments 

(Number) (SI.OOO) 



Sales 



Eating, drinking 
places 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 



New Mexico, total . 



Bernalillo County 

Albuquerque 

Remainder of County. 



Catron County, 



Chaves County 

Rosuell 

Remain(jer of County. 



Colfax County 

Raton 

Remainder of County. 



Curry County 

Clovis 

Remainder of County, 



De Baca County. 



Dona Ana County 

Las Cruces 

Remainder of County. 



Eddy County 

Artesia 

Carlsbad 

Remainder of County. 



Grant County 

Silver City 

Remainder of County. 



Guadalupe County. 

Harding County. . . 



Hidalgo County 

Lordsburg 

Remainder of County. 



Lea County 

Hobbs 

Lovington 

Remainder of County. 



Lincoln County. 



Los Alamos County. 



Luna County 

Deming 

Remainder of County, 



McKinley County 

Gallup 

Remainder of County. 



Mora County. 



Otero County 

Alamogordo 

Remainder of County, 



Quay County 

Tucumcari 

Remainder of County. 



Rio Arriba County. 



Roosevelt County 

For tales 

Remainder of County. 



Sandoval County. 



San Juan County 

Farming ton 

Remainder of County. 



San Miguel County 

Las Vegas (city),... 
Las Vegas Ctoun).- ■ • 
Remainder of County. 



Santa Fe County 

Santa Fe 

Remainder of County. 



Sierra County 

TVuth or Consequences. 
Remainder of County... 



8tU81 



1,823 



65 



_21S 



132 
8f> 



288 
59 



160 

316 

71 



116 
115 

111 

28 
92 



190 



222 
109 
159 



140 
8 



251 
62 



12a 

93 



15« 
65 



lUO 
3U 



162 
117 



1 It 
32 



673, 7?< 



1.2531 
39 



32B 



2en 

"1 



_L36 



211, 2*3 
3i876| 



501849 



203, V23 
3.180 



2«,372 
353 



08.123 
2.726 



12 
213 



134 
29 



30 
255 



174 

a 



106 
20i 

45 



9.628 
3.149 



aa.462 



' »522i 



9i2CUi 



9, 0261 
176 



,5391 
141 



1 ,983 
B4 



46. ',25 
2. 162 



5.541 I 
5.326 



320 
35 



26.591 I 
1.87) I 



8.858 
2.483 



25.310 



24.457 
• 353 



2.873 
31.J>'9 



H49 
220 



_2t6aa 



2.57 
1 15 



3.358 



26,565 
7.488 



15.177 
31.790 
- 2.7!4 



24,361 

6.52b 



2,736 

622 



1 4 . 029 

20,406 

2.2=<0 



1 .294 

3.351 

258 



2.1221 
ll'i 



1 .786 



405 
67 



3621 
1261 



1 • i i I 



30f<| 

ioe| 



9d9 



151 
97 



1 .21: 

31- 



1 .010 
2 40 



57' I 457 

1.317; 1.150 

; i„l 102 



311 I 

68 



77 I 
379! 



245 
134 



164 

3261 

63 I 



202 
83 
107 



161 

40 



10. ^75 
4.861 

6.198] 



4.331 



10.331 
" . 307 



4.604 
227 



37.816 

1 1 .984 
9.885 

7.21? 

8,530 
12.554 



y»0 
403 



91 ! 

42S! 



424 
185; 



ISJ ; 



338 
151 



_ai 



109; 

116] 

109 

26 

94 



37.358 
1 1.214 
d.891 



3.926 

1.137 

!i00 



11.847 
707 



25.49^ 
3.971 



11.033 
7C7 



1 I i 30 
92 



22.652 
7.069 



13.155 

4.346 



1 14 
73 



263 
30 



10.M95 
2.472 



12,057 
12.700 



11.416 
1 .2^4 



19.29T 
7 . 74 7 



lu8 
187 



12.0(43 
3. 142 



1 .003 
325 



ICi 135 
2.0'-b 



10.709 
1 1.078 



1 .UiO 
; J8 



1 .026 
1 .093 



1(1. 186 
•J92 



1 .006 
87 



lb. 135 
6.849 



1 .932 
539 



8.6J01 
2.6.»7| 
2.07-Ji 

41 . loo! 



e.oio 

2.473 
6110 



679 

193 

72 



38.722 
2.378| 



"■.400 
W16 



.5J6 
1 87 



5.453 
526 



.423 
222 



1.4r,4 

438 
345 



510 
30 



459 
163 



466 
70 



460 

500 



468 
32 



655 
263 



171 

II 



1.S59 



.192 
367 
300 



263 
4 57 



427 

3'; 



at;4 

82 



3 70 
135 



596 
414 



582 
222 



419 
106 
49 

1 .89 3 



1 .804 



206 

3 



237 

106 
163 

186 

29 



140 
6 



260 
71 



139 
1 10 



193 
189 



172 
149 



111 
43 
114 



Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( NA ) Not available. XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. 



135 

32 

Represents zero. 



_U 



_6a 



1 .634 






44,349 
1.059 



10,248 
922 



2.232 

441 



ihSl 
359 



.2t>2 

.603 



3.799 

8.642 

70H 



5.043 
834 



7iV42 
2.313 

2.850 

I .122 

■4.515 
2.971 



2.971 



4.b59 
392 



440 
4.354 



.538 
816 



?.396 
352 



3.305 
1 .36' 



1.143 
644 



.368 
420 



1 .764 



I .550 
214 



342 
1 I 



15.656; 
462] 

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;'43i 



3.120 
311 



790 
533 



507 
2.672 



1 .956 
716 



656 

1 .7o5 

385 



747 

413 

1.121 

92 

814 



(D) 
10) 



2.056 

876 

2.262 



(0) 
(0) 



2.831 
1B9 



927 

702 



1 l35a| 
304 1 



1 .309 
723 



u72 
242 
27j 



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363 



632 
1 16 



NEW MEXICO 



31-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 









Kind-of -business group— Continued 


""= 


General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, ac(»s- 
sories stores 


Furniture, home 

fumiahings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers 


i 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number 


Salfs 
(Sl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


(S1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


SslpR 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish, 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


S(.1«! 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number 


Salffi 
($1,000) 


1 


56U 


81 .597 


438 


35 . 702 


36B 


31 .587 


501 


145.345 


1 .233 


67.532 


448 


59.933 


254 


27.648 


1 .245 


59.303 


254 


6.354 


1 


70 


27.325 


131 


13.383 


109 


13.234 


107 


45.023 


261 


16.543 


66 


13.975 


50 


7.427 


289 


15.520 


lul 


2.952 


2 


66 

4 


27,155 
170 


131 


13.383 
. . . 


106 
3 


(d) 

(Dl 


105 

2 


(D) 
(Dl 


249 
12 


15.111 
532 


53 

3 


13.739 
237 


57 
3 


. (D) 
(01 


285 

4 


15.537 
83 


99 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


3 
4 


10 


218 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


8 


166 


3 


1 18 


... 


... 


6 


154 


... 


... 


5 


17 


6.065 


35 


2.780 


22 


2.037 


38 


10.872 


54 


3.775 


29 


4.850 


15 


1 .471 


74 


3.852 


22 


545 


6 


• • • 




3 


106 


4 


1 .970 
67 


36 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


55 
9 


3.275 

499 


26 

3 


4.593 
257 


14 
2 


(d) 

(Dl 


50 

14 


3.441 
41 1 


22 


545 


7 
8 


14 


2.041 


8 


■;'( 


10 


411 


10 


2.100 


32 


1 .439 


■18 


1 .180 


5 


405 


26 


871 


4 


16 


9 


7 


562 


1 


(D) 

(b) 


6 

2 


(D) 
(D) 


8 

2 


(D) 
(Dl 


23 
9 


1 .041 
398 


5 

12 


852 
328 


3 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


18 
8 


585 
285 


2 
2 


101 
(01 


10 
11 


15 


3.172 


30 


1 .720 


23 


1.573 


24 


7.148 


44 


1.922 


31 


3.130 


12 


958 


45 


1 .992 


26 


343 


1? 


5 


3.067 
105 


30 


1.720 


22 

1 


(D) 


24 


7. 148 


29 

15 


1 .418 
504 


26 

5 


2.873 
257 


9 

3 


904 
64 


39 
5 


(D) 
(D) 


23 

3 


292 
5t 


13 

14 


4 


139 


3 


73 


2 


ID) 


4 


889 


13 


297 


3 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


5 


(Dl 


... 


... 


15 


18 


1 .877 


20 


2.152 


16 


1 .578 


20 


5.034 


59 


3.253 


30 


3.810 


12 


990 


53 


4.510 


15 


202 


16 


9 
9 


1.549 
328 


19 
1 


(D) 
(0) 


13 

3 


1 .615 
52 


14 
6 


4.057 
967 


37 
22 


2.222 

1 .041 


20 
10 


2.768 
1 .042 


10 

2 


(D) 
(Dl 


42 

1 1 


3.048 
1 .452 


10 

5 


158 
44 


17 
18 


27 


4.934 


30 


2.091 


33 


2.554 


40 


8.254 


72 


4.196 


45 


4.933 


21 


2.279 


81 


4. 105 


14 


479 


19 


6 
14 

7 


1 .177 

3.348 

409 


11 
19 


555 
1 .436 


12 

19 

2 


(D) 

1.707 

(Dl 


15 
22 

3 


(D) 

5.519 

(D) 


15 
39 
17 


733 

2.741 

722 


19 

24 

2 


(D) 

2.539 

(Dl 


5 

12 

3 


884 

1 .242 

153 


27 

50 

4 


(c) 

2.536 

ID) 


2 

1 1 

1 


(01 
415 
(Dl 


20 
21 
22 


25 


2.640 


10 


700 


9 


842 


8 


3.031 


32 


1 .195 


12 


(D) 


5 


521 


38 


1.171 


2 


(Dl 


?3 


6 

19 


517 
2.023 


8 

2 


(D) 
(01 


8 

1 


(D) 
(0) 


8 

... 


3.031 
... 


13 
19 


456 
740 


9 

3 


544 
(01 


3 
2 


(01 
(0) 


17 
21 


570 
501 


2 
... 


(Dl 
... 


24 
25 


8 


597 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


6 


. 833 


40 


1.931 


2 


(Dl 


3 


178 


12 


481 


... 


... 


26 


4 


472 


2 


(D) 


... 


... 


1 


ID) 


2 


101 


5 


98 


1 


(D) 


... 


... 


... 


... 


27 


7 


729 


5 


311 


2 


101 


4 


981 


19 


723 


5 


391 


3 


ID) 


10 


228 




(01 


2a 


4 

3 


657 
72 


5 


311 
... 


2 


(Dl 


4 


981 


14 

5 


(D) 
(D) 


5 
... 


391 


3 


(01 


10 


228 


... 

... 


(Dl 

... 


29 
30 


26 


3.403 


34 


2.746 


27 


1.771 


34 


13.810 


73 


4.391 


42 


S.755 


19 


4.024 


60 


(D) 


7 


101 


31 


8 
8 
10 


2.211 
598 
494 


24 
6 

4 


2.275 

429 

42 


13 

10 

4 


940 
555 
175 


22 

5 
6 


1 1 .962 

1 .730 

118 


26 
14 
33 


1 .690 
1 .000 
1.701 


15 
13 

13 


2.292 
2.092 
1 .371 


10 

5 
4 


(Dl 
535 

(D) 


30 
15 
15 


2.411 
(D) 
533 


3 
2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


32 
33 

34 


13 


692 


4 


132 


... 


... 


7 


555 


31 


1.116 


8 


1 .621 


9 


253 


30 


(0) 


2 


(D) 


35 


4 


10) 


5 


480 


5 


165 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


1 


101 


2 


(0) 


1 1 


690 


4 


78 


35 


1 1 


(D) 


8 


466 


3 


329 


12 


(Dl 


31 


1.734 


7 


1 .123 


5 


1 .018 


20 


1 .557 


, 


(D) 


37 


9 
2 


419 
ID) 


8 

... 


456 


3 


329 


12 


(Dl 
... 


28 

3 


(D) 
(0) 


7 


1 .123 
... 


5 


1.018 


18 

2 


(D) 
(01 




(Dl 


38 
39 


54 


4.780 


14 


1.514 


9 


755 


18 


5.776 


40 


2.845 


6 


1 .371 


5 


604 


52 


2.347 




105 


40 


22 
32 


2.343 
' 2.437 


13 
1 


(D) 
(01 


8 

1 


(Dl 
(Dl 


17 

1 


(D) 


38 
2 


(Dl 


5 


1 .371 


5 


604 

... 


44 
8 


1 .664 
483 


... 


105 


41 
42 


9 


507 


... 


... 


... 


... 


1 


(D) 


7 


298 


3 


(Dl 


1 


(D) 


8 


150 


... 


... 


43 


16 


990 


1 1 


834 


1 1 


573 


14 


3.354 


23 


1 .446 


12 


2.563 


9 


785 


21 


827 


8 


136 


44 


4 
12 


10) 

(D) 


10 

1 


(d) 

(0) 


8 
3 


Id) 

(Dl 


13 

1 


(d) 

ID) 


10 
13 


875 
571 


7 
5 


1 .956 
607 


7 
2 


(D) 
(D) 


15 
5 


533 
294 


6 

2 


(0) 


45 
46 


10 


907 


7 


384 


7 


247 


8 


2.300 


55 


2.562 


18 


1 .059 


7 


447 


26 


1 .273 


4 


12 


47 


6 

4 


826 
79 


6 

1 


(0) 


7 


247 


7 
1 


(d) 

(Dl 


33 

22 


1.363 
1 .199 


12 
6 


885 
173 


5 
1 


(D) 
(01 


16 
10 


877 
395 


4 


12 


48 
49 


23 


1.528 


5 


321 


6 


245 


10 


2.899 


16 


975 


4 


1 .395 


4 


392 


29 


584 


4 


30 


50 


9 


941 


8 


471 


12 


653 


15 


2.412 


37 


1 .610 


17 


1 .752 


4 


518 


15 


1 .009 


5 


72 


51 


7 
2 


(D) 
ID) 


8 


471 
... 


12 


653 


16 


2.412 


26 

11 


1.346 
254 


12 

5 


1 .435 
317 


4 


518 


13 
2 


(D) 
(Dl 


6 


72 
... 


52 
53 


12 


930 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


14 


465 


... 


... 


2 


(Dl 


14 


131 


2 


ID) 


54 


41 


3.485 


12 


682 


8 


785 


22 


5.984 


29 


3.134 


19 


2.845 


7 


521 


44 


2.660 


10 


138 


55 


17 
24 


1.761 
1.725 


11 
1 


(D) 
(Dl 


7 
1 


(D) 
(01 


15 

7 


5.431 
553 


10 
19 


1 .552 
1 .5t2 


10 
9 


1 .928 
918 


5 
2 


(D) 
(0) 


31 
13 


2.028 
532 


5 

4 


115 
22 


56 
57 


16 


2.206 


3 


195 


2 


(Dl 


21 


2.448 


39 


1 .202 


4 


575 


1 1 


(D) 


44 


1 .167 


7 


65 


58 


8 
4 
4 


1 .732 

(D) 
(D) 


1 
2 


(D) 
(01 


2 
... 
... 


(Dl 
... 
... 


14 
2 
5 


2.151 
ID) 

(D) 


22 

1 

16 


715 
(D) 

(D) 


2 
2 


(Dl 
101 


5 
3 
3 


375 
85 

(Dl 


17 

8 

19 


535 
242 
289 


6 

1 

... 


CD)- 
(01 

• •• 


59 
60 
61 


23 


4.874 


29 


2.532 


23 


1.530 


20 


8.743 


44 


2.624 


15 


2.505 


18 


1.648 


84 


2.829 


13 


140 


62 


12 
1 1 


4.573 
301 


29 


2.532 

... 


23 
... 


1.530 


15 

4 


8.147 
596 


29 

15 


2.182 
442 


14 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


17 
1 


(D) 
(Dl 


75 
9 


(r) 

(D) 


13 


140 

... 


53 

64 


1 1 


309 


3 


(D) 


5 


57 


9 


978 


21 


747 


5 


375 


3 


293 


19 


484 


2 


(D) 


6f 


8 
3 


266 

43 


3 


(01 


5 


57 


9 


978 


11 
10 


(D) 
(D) 


5 


376 


3 


293 


17 

2 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


bt 
61 



31-8 



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 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (xmin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


•1 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


Pull 
workweek 

(Number) 


EsUb- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


1 


Socorro County 


133 


69 


6t631 


5.487 


471 


227 


201 


148 


27 


1.414 


27 


872 


2 




87 
«6 

163 

103 

100 


57 
12 

83 

59 

52 


5i261 
1 .370 

8.617 

4.861 

6.196 


4.585 
902 

7.623 

4.173 

4.952 


398 
73 

655 

407 

420 


192 
35 

315 

169 

18a 


170 
31 

281 

142 

162 


97 
51 

186 

1 lu 

109 


16 

1 1 

25 
15 
13 


1.169 
245 

2.037 

43U 
1.206 


21 
6 

38 

27 

18 


671 

201 

645 
787 
51 1 






















80 
20 

27« 


48 

4 

122 


5.774 
422 

14.975 


4.788 
164 

12.725 


408 
12 

1 .099 


193 

5 

54 7 


1 59 

3 

475 


83 
26 

279 


9 

4 

59 


1.025 
lol 

3.402 


12 
6 

57 


464 
U7 

1 .064 


g 




q 


Valencia County 






110 
15U 


52 

70 


6.612 

8.363 


5.890 
6.835 


518 
581 


268 


216 

259 


99 


27 


1.669 


20 


329 

735 

























Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW MEXICO 



31-9 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



Kind-of-business group — Contmued 




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 




1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


n 


7 


31 1 


6 


273 


n 


289 


1 1 


• 1 1«56 


25 


1 .093 


u 


324 




221 


18 


378 


... 


• • • 


1 


U 
3 

19 

12 

6 


78 
233 

997 

87U 
507 


6 

• • • 

• • • 

3 


273 
183 

(D) 


^ 
1 

6 


289 
• • • 

(D) 

(Dl 

263 


8 

3 

7 

5 

13 


(D) 
IDl 

1 .972 

633 

1 .306 


13 

13 

19 

21 
14 


7U6 
3«7 

782 

1 .112 

579 


4 

7 
5 
9 


324 

571 
278 
523 




ID) 
(D) 

246 

(D) 

266 


9 
9 

37 

10 

13 


267 

1 1 1 

(D) 
274 
783 


2 


■ • • 

• • • 

• • • 

(0) 


2 
3 

4 

5 
6 


5 
1 

<;3 


(d) 

(Dl 
1 .920 


3 

• •• 

5 


(0) 
358 


6 
6 


263 
59B 


9 

14 

10 


1 .250 
56 

2.852 


12 

2 

U2 


(D) 
(01 

2.0E0 


8 
1 

1 1 


(D) 
(D) 

898 


■ • • 

5 


266 
320 


1 I 

2 

51 


(D) 
1 .394 


2 
5 


(0) 
89 


7 
8 

9 


5 
18 


598 
1 .322 


2 
3 


(Dl 
(D) 


3 

3 


(01 


8 

2 


(d) 

(01 


lU 
28 


175 
1 .605 


6 
5 


(0) 
(D) 


3 
2 


(D) 
(Q) 


19 
32 


291 
1.103 


3 
2 


(D) 
(Ol 


10 
1 1 



Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948'— COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments. 
194S 
(Number) 



Sales. 194S 
(SI .MM) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments. 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1,(X)0) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
(SI, OOP) 



New Mexico, total. 

Bernalillo County 

Albuquerque 

Remainder of County. 



Catron County. 



Chaves County 

Roswell 

Remainder of County. 



Colfax County 

Raton 

Remainder of County. 



Curry County 

Clovis 

Remainder of County. 



De Baca County. 



Dona Ana County 

Las Cruces 

Remainder of County. 



Eddy County 

Artesia 

Carlsbad 

Remainder of County. 

Grant County 

Silver City 

Remainder of County. 



Guadalupe County. 



7,233 

1,368 

1,161 

207 



421 
321 
100 

213 
117 
96 

276 
213 
63 



385 
202 
183 

440 
128 
231 
81 

230 
ICH 
126 



474,327 

119,853 

U2,571 

7,282 

1,048 

35,970 
31,938 
4,032 

13,086 
9,025 
4,061 

26,063 

24,139 

1,924 



22,011 
15,128 
6,883 

35,464 
11,112 
21,256 
3,096 

15,815 
10,339 
5,476 



Harding County. 



Hidalgo County 

Lordsburg 

Remainder of County. 



Lea County 

Hobbs 

Lovington 

Remainder of County. 



Lincoln County.... 
Los Alamos County. 



Luna County 

Deming 

Remainder of County. 



HcKinley County 

Gallup 

Remainder of County., 



Otero County 

Alamogordo 

Remainder of County., 



Quay County 

Tucumcari 

Remainder of County., 



Rio Arriba County. 



108 
91 

17 

388 
191 
69 
128 



122 

106 
16 

253 

171 
82 



152 
80 
72 

221 
150 



1,650 

4,771 

4,452 

319 

31,832 

20,720 

4,588 

6,524 

4,267 



7,141 

6,809 

332 

16,683 

12,757 

3,926 

1,639 

8,051 
6,008 
2,043 

13,596 
11,784 

1,812 

6,591 



Roosevelt County 

Portales 

Remainder of CCXuity. 



Sandoval County. 



San Juan County 

Farmington 

Remainder of County. 

San Miguel County 

Las Vegas (city).... 
Las Vegas (town).... 
Remainder of County. 



Santa Fe County 

Santa Fe 

Remainder of County. 



Sierra County. 



Socorro County 

Socorro 

Remainder of County. 



Taos County 

Torrance County. 



Union County 

Clayton 

Remainder of County. 



Valencia County 

Belen 

Remainder of County. 



169 

130 

39 



135 
63 
72 

252 
117 
69 



367 
297 
70 



108 
72 
36 

256 

84 

172 



12,055 

10,828 

1,227 

2,237 

8,079 
4,609 
3,470 

12,273 
8,993 
2,131 
1,149 

31,174 
28,842 
2,332 



3,937 
2,707 
1,280 



3,531 

6,232 

5,627 

605 

9,344 
4,079 
5,265 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (MA) Hot available. 

'Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the publications of the igUS Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see COE^arlson of 191>8 and 
igsli Cens>'ses in the Introductlcr.. 



31-10 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 103- RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
estabUsb- 

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) 



Full 
workweek 



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



ALBUQUERQUE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Coextensive with Bernalillo County. N. Mex. 



Retail trade^cotal 

Food Stores 



Total 

Grocery stores _ 

Meat markets r 

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, Drifikiag Places 



Total - - - . 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers -.- --- 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

GeoentI Mercbaadiae 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' clotiung stores 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family cJothing 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. -- 



Furniture, Home Furaisbings, 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 --- 



Automodve 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. Mails., 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 



3'55 

282 
1 1 

10 

9 

21 

(NA) 

(NA) 

8 

12 



3S3 

2m 

(NA) 

(NA) 

fNA) 

37 

PS 



131 
28 

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

t5 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

12 
7 



109 

68 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

m 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 



107 
29 
15 
16 



60 



2S9 

06 

10 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7 

10 



165 

13" 

5 



283 
164 
163 



1 13 

2t 

3 



181 

36 

6 

3 

3 

• •• 



"(21595 
993 



^6» 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

mi 

(D) 



16il 13 

8,679 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

ItOUS 

6l?66 



27.325 

17i?C'l 

(D) 

(Dl 

4,0«3 



13,383 

3.126 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

0.515 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(D) 



13.23U 
8.«97 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
0,737 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



15.023 

32.296 

7.935 

(D) 

(D) 

2,092 



13.976 
ID) 

8.U96 
(D) 
389 

3.296 



7.027 
(NA) 
(NA) 



16.620 

3.916 

509 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 .561 

507 



01 .676 

39.561 

885 



126 
(D) 

650 
(01 
(Dl 
(D) 



15.368 

8.159 

(D) 

(01 
1.005 
6.200 



27.031 

17.200 

(D) 

(Dl 

3.926 



13.101 

3.070 

(D) 

308 

(Dl 

2.070 

3.203 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

0.067 

0.17B 

161 

128 

(01 

(D) 



12.726 
3.257 

•5.907 
1 .279 
1 .031 
0.071 
1 .982 
1.065 
1 .020 



03.067 

31 .810 

7.109 

(01 

(01 

1 .600 



13.708 
(Dl 
8.008 
(Dl 
389 
(Dl 



(D) 
(Dl 



(D) 
.560 
097 
159 
328 



.561 
075 



2.636 

2.321 

62 



22 
(D) 
156 

(Dl 
(01 
(D) 



3.197 

2.155 

(D) 

'di 

215 
826 



5.2r6 

2.603 

(D) 

(01 

579 



1 .519 

or6 

(Dl 

59 

(01 

322 

332 

(D) 

101 

69 

532 

093 

20 

15 

77 

83 



2.033 
1 ,202 
829 
167 
2"6 
831 
383 
203 
205 



0.1 11 

3.383 

288 

(D) 

(Dl 
86 



1.033 
(Dl 
783 
(D) 
30 
005 



1.016 
1.016 



.756 
210 



162 
50 



53.060 

06.987 

1 .521 



030 

(D) 

3.365 

(01 

(Dl 
(D) 



55.785 

05.536 

(D) 

(Dl 

3.896 

16.253 



82.556 

55.990 

(D) 

(01 

1 1 .97i' 



29.080 

6.53'- 

(Dl 

83? 

(Dl 

5.251 

6.666 

(D) 

(01 

1 .766 

ii.au 

10.136 

523 

157 

1 .205 

2.101 



02.856 

20.361 

17.595 

2.735 

0.031 

18.09'= 

7.627 

5.763 

0.105 



85.306 

71 .829 

4.278 

(D) 

(01 

1 .103 



27.564 
(Dl 

14.256 

(D) 

689 

9,287 



5.824 
5.824 



5.323 

4.536 

2.180 

521 

1 .663 



3.031 
1 .316 



0d.C6d 

02.C75 

1 .521 

• • • 

• . • 
37i 
(D) 

3.240 
(01 
(Dl 
(D) 



61 .16£. 

0,i.637 

(D) 

(Dl 
3.719 

14.812 



70.816 

51 .429 

(D) 

(01 

10.788 



26.870 

5.997 

(01 

620 

(Dl 

0.72c: 

6.135 

(D) 

(Dl 

1.577 

9.695 

5.320 

431 

142 

1 .103 

2.069 



01 i53B 

23.909 

17.005 

2.612 

3.892 

17.589 

6.826 

0.713 

4.050 



80.381 

71'.571 

0.117 

(D) 

(01 

989 



26.189 
101 

13.917 

(D) 

566 

8.361 



17.399 
17.399 



30.155 

0.101 

2.150 

487 

1.55> 



3.031 
1.318 



1.035 

879 

22 



10 
(D) 

65 
(01 
(01 
(D) 



1 .889 

1 .340 

(D) 

(01 
1 o9 
400 



1 .704 
996 
(D) 
(01 
01 1 



647 
126 
(01 

15 
(Dl 
105 
1 12 
(D) 
(01 

51 
285 
257 

10 



57 8 
339 
235 

01 

03 

239 

122 
31 
36 



1 .0<:3 

815 

74 

(D) 

(01 

21 



01 8 
(Dl 
20s 
(D) 
15 
153 



445 
445 



1 1? 
3R 
17 
21 



760 

635 

22 



9 

(D) 

77 

(01 

(Dl 

(D) 



1 .593 

1.103 

(0) 

(oi 
135 
315 



.294 
752 
(D) 
101 
^99 



Sl9 
9S 

(01 
10 

(01 
78 
91^ 

(D) 

(Dl 
43 

222 

208 
1 1 



531 
323 
225 

36 

59 

20s 

98 

77 



1 .OOC 

608 

6E 

(0) 

(01 

16 



387 
101 
201 
(D) 
10 
135 



322 
322 



618 
93 
36 
15 
21 



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 establlsbuents vlthout payroll which could not be claBslfied by detailed Idod of buslnesB. 



Represents zero. 



NEW MEXICO 



31-11 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE. 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLIT.\N AKEAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Establishments 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



T^foi^ With 

(Number) (Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

<[>ollar6> 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)^ 
(Number) 



ALBUQUERQUE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Cor.. 



Other Retail Stores— Con. 

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 good.- stores -- --- - 

(Jptical goods stores ,- y; ', 

Office, store machine and equipment dealers- . 

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

Second-hand stores 

Noosiore Retailers 



..I 

5| 
6 
IC 



Total - 

Mail order houses - -.---. 

Direct selling (house-to-house) orgMmationa. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



2tri)U 

U2U 

au9 
(D) 

135 
f89 
IDI 
JC2 
=59 
1 .032 
SCO 
(Dl 
(D) 
"52 
5 72 
f5u 



2.062 
(D) 

liF39 
(D) 



.912 
'»2U 
(D> 
10) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
731 
(0) 
308 
<0) 
(Dl 
152 
532 
702 



|086 
(01 
616 
(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 

(D) 

(Dl 

101 

159 

28 

(Dl 

(D) 

55 

58 

122 



311 
(Dl 
237 
(01 



.583 

99f 

l05\ 

(01 

(Dl 

t56a 

(01 

(Dl 

.5tt 

1279 

61« 

(01 

(01 

• Oil 

.3C3 

.583 



,al^^ 

(Dl 

.582 

(01 



5.59i 

9U5 

1 .980 

(01 

(01 

1 t6«V 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .369 

3.272 

586 

(01 

(01 

llOUl 

1 i2"t3 

2.391 



4.708 
(D) 

3.173 
(01 



(Dl 
(01 



\0) 
(Ul 



in 
(J) 
(Dl 



7U 
(Dl 

53 
(CI 



81 

15 

23 

(01 

(Dl 

35 

(01 

(01 

33 

63 

9 

(01 

(01 

18 

23 

52 



70 
(Dl 

51 
(Dl 



IDI 
101 

m 

(01 

(Dl 

39 

13 

e 

101 
(01 



103 
(01 



standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (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) Less than $500. 



Table 103 A . RETAIL TRADE: 1948 — STANDARD METROPOUTAN AREAS 
Establishments and Sales, by Kin<i of Business 



Kind of business 




Sales, 1948 



Total, all Establish- 

establiah- ments with 

ments payroll 

($I,(X10) (tl.OOO) 



ALBDQUERQUE STANDARD 
(METROPOLITAN AREA 



Retail trade, total 

Food etor^ 

Eating, drinking places 

General merchandise group 

Apparel, accessories stores 

Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers 

Automotive group 

Gasolme service stations.-- 

Lumber, building materials, hardware, farm equipment dealers. 

Drug stores, proprietary stores ._ _, 

Other retail stores _., 

Nonstore retailers - 



119,853 

23,641 

9,407 
12,457 
10,047 

9,339 
19,005 

7,322 
"12,624 

4,532 

10,893 

386 



113,216 

20,582 
9,092 

12,283 
9,733 
9.117 

18,351 
6,740 

12,548 

4,450 

9,734 

586 



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



31-12 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. RETAIL TRADE; 1934 — COUNTIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Eetablishments 



Total' 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabUsti- 

ments^ 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Si.ooo) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)^ 
(Number) 



BERNALILLO COUNTY (See Albuquerque Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103.) 

EDDY COUNTY 

Retail trade, total 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fish (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores. -- 



Eating, dritikiog places, totals 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchaadise group, total — 
General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores- 
Family clothing stores 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready-to-wear stores 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, loifd- 

Fumiture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations- 



Lumber, bldg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. . 

Farm equipmen t dealers 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealers 

Hardware stores 



Drug stores, proprietary stores, total. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores 



Other retail stores, total 

Liquor stort^ 

Fuel, ice dealers 

Feed, farm, garden supply stores 

Jewelry stores 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



1C9 
96 

■ • • 
3 
3 
7 

75 

16 

->1 

IS 

8 



3 
15 

(NA) 
(NA) 



31 
9 

21 
(NA) 
(NA) 

81 
15 



Noostore retailers. 



13lC149 

12.631 

t • • 

(01 

27 

(D) 

2i806 

1 1813 

993 

1*1931 
H1176 



2iC91 

286 
H90 
JtS 
731 
(NA) 
(NA) 
239 

2i561 
1 i722 

eu2 

81261 

4l196 

11933 

1 11113 

2.973 

517 

2i279 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1.106 
1 iC16 

(D) 
1 iC58 

38C 

ini 

1221 
131 

1)79 



I 1 l61 1 

II .117 

(□) 
(D) 
(D) 

2i751 

1 i761 

993 

(0) 

111 76 

(01 

(0) 
286 
190 
315 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 
23° 

2i«86 

1 i722 

761 

8.081 

3.291 

1.625 

1 .113 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2. 1 35 

(01 

3.370 
806 
(0) 
880 
(01 
(0) 

1 .019 
(01 

367 



1.903 

712 
661 

(0) 
(01 
(D) 

633 

5'-3 
130 

6S3 
516 
137 



29 
10 
72 
(D) 
(D) 
52 

3r9 

217 

'J 2 

8?8 

373 

113 

1«1 

220 

72 

296 

(D) 
(D) 

391 
87 

(01 
68 
52 

ID) 

160 
5 

52 



13.519 
12l629 

(01 
(D) 
(D) 

12.173 

10.223 

2.250 

12.332 
9i865 
2.167 

1.823 
989 

ler 

1 i23C 

1 i187 

(D) 

(0) 

637 

6.050 
3.9B'~ 
2.065 

17i39C 

7i518 

8i31 1 
2i65e 
1.018 
1 .635 

6il30 
(D) 
(D) 

7.169 
1 .675 

(□) 
1.131 

936 

(Dl 
2.661 

211 

1 .017 



91 .906 

12.581 
1 1 .661 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

11.953 
9.886 
2.067 

10.956 
8.882 
2.071 

1.517 
865 
165 
1 .209 
1 .311 
(D) 
(D) 
637 

5.595 
3.888 
1 .707 



7.295 

7.951 
2.620 
3.719 
1 .615 

5.920 
(D) 
(0) 

5.970 
1.620 

(0) 
1.131 

936 

10) 
2i57S 

186 

1i017 



266 

215 

CJ) 
(J) 
(O) 

352 
297 



377 

279 



11 
20 
11 
(D) 

(0) 



106 
63 

13 

238 

131 

127 
35 



133 
(D) 
(0) 

117 
29 

ID) 
18 
19 

ID) 
67 



21? 
195 
• • • 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 

316 

271 

17 

26( 

198 

6? 



19 

30 

(D) 

(0) 



85 
57 
2t 

230 

121 



60 
26 

123 
(D) 
(D) 

110 
28 

(0) 
18 
19 

(0) 
62 



125 
110 

(0) 
(O) 
(U) 



13 

10 



11 
(NA) 
(NA) 

5 

32 



37 

1 
25 



(NA) 
(NA) 

?8 

19 

ID) 

10 

8 

(D) 

26 

6 



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



less than $5<X). 



. . Kepresents zero. 



NEW MEXICO 



31-13 



Table 105. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — CITIES WITH 500 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroU 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(OoUare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only)' 
(Number) 



ALBUQUERQUE 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets, fiah (seafood) markets. 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets.. 

Candy, nut, confectionery stores 

Other food stores 



Eatiug, driakiag places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group, total 

General merchandise group (except variety) . 
Variety stores 



Apparel, accessories stores, total 

Shoe stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Family clothing stores. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores 

Ready.to-wear stores , 

Other clothing, specialty stores 

Other apparel stores 



Furniture, home furnishings, appliance dealers, total. 

Furniture, home furnishings stores, antique stores 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 



Automotive group 

Gasoline service stations. 



Lumber, bldg. matls., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total. . 

Farm equipment dealers.. 

Lumber, building materials, supplies, equipment dealeis. 

Hardware stores 



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 

Book, stationery stores 

Other retail stores (except second-hand). 
Second-hand stores 



Noostore retailers. 



1.82 3 



302 

2U6 

92 



29 

13) 

26 

(NA) 

(NA) 

"5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

19 

106 
66 



105 
2U9 



57 
(NA) 
(HA) 

285 
16 
10 
17 
23 
1 1 

118 
36 

99 



158 

123 



274 
190 



50 
39 
21 

1 13 
24 
19 
12 
fl 
31 
10 
17 



179 
■•6 

6 
13 
17 

9 
74 



214.?43 

44i349 
41 .519 
(D) 
3)8 
164 
(D) 

15t656 
9i^73 
5t995 

27.155 
(D) 
(D) 

)3.383 

3.12'i 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4.515 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 . 327 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
3.059 

(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

16.537 
3.916 
509 
2lC68 
(D) 
873 
(D) 
854 



(D) 



41 f)63 

39.13:) 

(D) 

126 
(D) 

14.9)2 
9.079 
5.833 

(D) 

23.077 

(D) 

)3.10) 

3.070 

3.203 

(D) 

4.467 

4.)7M 

289 

(D) 

)2.667 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

)5.oe) 

)3.5) ) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

7,241 
7,241 



(D) 

3.554 

497 

2.T36 

1 .912 

(D) 

(D) 

702 

2.086 



24.372 

2.609 

2.295 

(D) 

22 

(D) 

3.113 

2.3'=0 

7<:3 

(D) 

4.625 

(D) 

1 .519 
406 
332 

89 
532 
493 

39 
160 

2.027 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1 .460 

1 .410 
(P) 
(D) 
4?2 

1 .001 
1 .001 



(D) 
214 
76 
2)6 
300 
)7) 
(D) 
)22 



470.852 

53.069 

46.654 

(D) 

434 
(D) 

63.834 
49.238 
14.59' 

(D) 

70.544 

(D) 

29.084 

6.53r 

6.666 

1 .76f 

10.8)'^ 

)0.136 

680 

3.306 

42.606 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

31 ,689 

27.066 

(D) 

(D) 

8.789 

19.476 
19.476 



(D) 
4.5 36 
2.184 
4.349 
5.683 
3.047 

(D) 
2.583 

4i847 



47.752 

4 ) . 82 1 

(D) 

372 
(D) 

59.404 
46.062 
) 3.342 

(D) 

63.98o 

(D) 

26.874 
5.997 
6. 135 
) .677 
9.893 
9.32C 
573 
3.17i 

41 .28b 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

29.196 

25.765 

(0) 

(D) 

7.957 



)7.)02 
)7l)02 



(D) 
4.)01 
2.) 50 
4.349 
5.593 
2.925 

(D) 
2.391 

4.7oa 



(D) 



(0) 

) .836 

) .47" 

358 

(D) 

) .293 

(D) 

647 
)26 
) )3 
5) 
285 
267 



573 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

679 

409 
(0) 
(D) 
)44 

437 
437 



(D) 

) )2 

38 



(D) 

63 



755 
63) 
(D) 

9 

(D) 

1 .553 

) .267 

286 

(D) 
994 
(D) 

5)9 
9E 
94 
43 

222 

20r 



525 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

560 

38) 
(D) 
(D) 
)29 

3)6 
3)6 



(D) 
93 
36 
74 
8) 
36 

(D) 
52 

70 



333 

25) 

(D) 

)2 

) ) 

(D) 

U38 
3)5 

)n9 

(D) 

3) 

(D) 

)22 

)4 

(NA) 

(NA) 

33 

(NA) 

(NA) 

22 

)r9 
(D) 
(D) 

(B) 

282 

f8 
(D) 
(D) 

)3 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(D) 

59 

9 

)3 

(D) 
1) 

(D) 



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 tuay include data for establislunents without payroll wtilch could not be classified by detailed jilnd of business. 



Represents zero. 



4iZZ7Z o -57 - 11 



NEW YORK 



NEW YORK 
162 COUNTIES) 



NIAGARA 
FALLS 




INSET 



LEGEND 

• PLACES OF Zipoa TO 100,000 
-*- PLACES OF IOO/XX> AND OVER 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101. Retail Trade: WS-i - The State 32-^ 

lOlA. Retail Trade: 1954 and 194-8 - The State 32-5 

102. Retail Trade: 1954 - Coimties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 32-6 

102A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 32-16 

103. Retail Trade: 1954 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 32-18 

103A. Retail Trade: 1948 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 32-27 

104. Retail Trade: 1954 - Counties With 500 Establishments or More... 32-28 

105. Retail Trade: 1954 - Cities With 500 Establishments or More 32-63 



List of corrections for this State 
appears at end of chapter. 



3Z-3 



32-4 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 101. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Retail trade, lotaL 



Food Stores 



TotaK-- -- 

Grocery stores _ 

Meatmarkets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Cantiy, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premises. 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c__ 



Eating, Drinkiog Places 

Total - 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers..- 

In-plant food contractore 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

General Merchandise Group 

Total - 

Department stores 

Dr5' goods, general merchandise stoi«s 

General stores . - — 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 



TotaJ --- 

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 Deliers 

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 - 



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 



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 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



18 3,^l»o 



2?t01M 

7.031 

1*25 

■5>35e 

u«950 

3.111 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.758 

:>.C1 1 



35. i"? 

19.175 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.812 

13.330 



6.38U 
169 

3.903 
693 

1.513 



17,906 
3. 196 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.528 

(NA) 

(NA)! 

(NA)i 

1 .075 

1 .686 



9,611 
6.307 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3.129 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5.151 
2.677 
1.198 
1. 150 
302 
102 



7.212 
681 

1 .953 

1.071 
630 

2.87 = 



5l88U 
(NA) 
(NA) 



27,189 

3,936 

3.192 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

952 

350 



With 
pa^ToU 



25.918 

12.211 

1.817 

563 

1.366 

1.332 

2,563 

2.081 

182 

1.871 

1.189 



29,713 

15.117 

11.611 

228 

275 

2. 192 

12.131 



3.270 
169 

1 .593 
285 

1.223 



13.191 

2.531 

115 

167 

159 

1 .193 

2.701 

1,518 

1.156 

657 

5.786 

3.162 

722 

1 .602 

783 

1.030 



6.882 

1,565 

2,198 

765 

1.602 

2,317 

898 

953 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 

($1,000) 



166 



1,11 1 

2,619 

716 

822 

168 

18 

8 



5.172 
533 

1 .585 
715 
102 

1,937 



5,000 

1,815 

155 



15.623 

2,910 

1 ,992 

616 

191 

1.153 

29 

811 

202 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



1l666i105 
3.292.536 

577.159 

39,751 

125.350 

115,939 

190.118 

(NA) 

(NA) 

169.680 

120.783 



1 .938.552 
1 .2931261 

(NA)' 

(NA) 

(NA) 

97.201 

517.167 



1 .676,578 
1 .097.218 

217.118 
36.833 

321,085 



1 ,876.691 

270.211 

(NA) 

(NA), 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA). 

(NA), 

(NA)l 

798.967 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

63.872 

88.801 



1 .019.365 
630.025 

(NA) 

(na; 

(NA) 
387.770 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2,311,571 

2.025,668 

173.886 

107.081 

25.088 

1 1 .193 

1.182 



903.973 
85.111 

161.066 
68.5=^0 
59.251 

226,531 



165,196 
(NA) 
(NA) 



.978.191 
317,316 
531 , 1 12 

(NA) 
(NA)1 
(NA), 
(NA)I 
231 .387 
29.122 



16775 3. 361 



1,106.815 
2.981 ,236 
508.065 
33.501 
88.590 
73.307 
180.510 
139.910 
10,600 
111 ,058 
100.575 



1,815,152 

1 1225,302 

1.181.509 

19.751 

21 .039 

88.911 

531 .209 



1.621 .358 
1.097.218 

180,776 
21.385 

318,979 



1 .801 .031 

257.266 

38,108 

61.111 

9.179 

115.535 

112.251 

309. 035 

103.216 

219,750 

773.395 

595.563 

27.791 

150.011 

58.380 

79.992 



967.183 
599.873 
112.765 

81.275 
102.833 
367.610 
111.162 
185.151 

37.697 



2.312.170 

2.021 .538 

158.190 

100.659 

21 .668 

8.633 

1 .182 



861 .925 
81 .551 

156.690 
61 .716 
51.507 

207,161 



113.718 

133.909 

9.839 



.752.871 

301 .388 

502.372 

1 16.380 

55.192 

328.71 1 

1 .789 

227,619 

25.532 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



2.090,787 40.265.9381 



323.831 
205.018 

10.831 
3.007 
7,198 
8.073 

10.067 

35.156 
1,91 1 

10,651 
8,686 



106,211 

300,631 

288.723 

5.227 

6,681 

12.176 

93.131 



272.701 
191.076 

21.110 
1 ,580 

55.605 



267.091 
36.601 

1,913 
10.383 

1.350 
19.958 
61 .273 
15,951 
15.319 
27.290 
1 18.600 
91 ,925 

1,9S8 
21.717 

6.237 
17.087 



1 ■'9,667 
89,200 
59,588 
13.028 
16,581 
10.167 
17.366 
17,91 1 
5,190 



210,567 

183,558 

9.297 

15.119 

2,281 

291 

121 



107.723 
7,866 

53,265 
7,915 
9.1-1 

29,223 



59,322 

58,371 

951 



193,1 11 

21 .821 

50,009 

12.318 

1,610 

32,388 

163 

13,313 

3,233 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



6.161,213 

3,819.979 

789.1 59 

56,957 

135.568 

118.525 

813,355 

715.133 

96.922 

203.870 

156,730 



8,027,112 

5.899.270 

5.631 .998 

131 .019 

136.253 

221.583 

1 .906.289 



5.170.319 

3,858,993 

181 .399 

29,223 

1,100.701 



5.182.161 

653.221 

91 ,098 

181 .979 

21.836 

355.31 1 

1 .111.570 
871 ,765 
272.805 
520.158 

2.371 ,181 

1,853.398 
105,552 
112.231 
121.213 
358.185 



2.119.873 

1 .576.526 

1 .081 .518 

252.303 

331.705 

771.317 

331 .952 

311 .131 

98.251 



3,761 .883 

3.255,931 

166.115 

291 .322 

39.719 

5.736 

2.729 



I .163.923 



2,051 ,263 
115.035 

1.017.015 
153.513 
190.283 
511.387 



1.123.857 

1 .1 07.51 o 

15.317 



3.551.858 

103.780 

971.257 

218.910 

93.151 

553.632 

8.231 

217,61 1 

57.337 



Full 

workweek 

(DoUaia) 



37.238.0901 



5.502.139 

3.155,055 

711,813 

52.318 

123,593 

123.921 

763,530 

671.618 

88,882 

185,361 

152,712 



7,122,719 

5.177.632 

5.281,131 

81,21 1 

109,290 

196.213 

1 .718,871 



1.737.031 
3.350.521 

156,328 
25,931 

903.251 



1,707.739 

565.375 

80.280 

165.292 

23.536 

296.257 

1 .087.305 

821.502 

262.703 

110.107 

2,188.006 

1 .717.101 

96.959 

373.916 

1 10.757 

316.179 



2.372.151 

1 ,623.505 

1 ,015.310 

255.815 

321.350 

718.916 

325.018 

328.712 

95.215 



3.698.373 

3.21 1 .971 

152.885 

277.251 

38.260 

5.118 

2,572 



1 ,971,135 
111 .555 
985.017 
119.319 
183.685 
511.799 



999.925 

.985.183 

11.112 



3.191 .917 

375.005 

950.123 

208.985 

92.322 

610.687 

8.129 

238.095 

55.008 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



751,268 



1 17.110 

73.312 

12.781 

1,137 

2,876 

1,090 

15,118 

13,157 

2,291 

1,295 

3,171 



186. 319 

137.703 

130.957 

3.679 

3.057 

5,975 

12,611 



120.732 

77,539 

8,700 

705 

33,788 



95,135 

10,866 

1.219 

2.670 

362 

6.585 

17.010 

12.935 

1.075 

11.106 

18,017 

37.257 

2.298 

8.192 

2.878 

5.228 



39.588 

21.355 

15.830 

3.317 

5.208 

1 1 .333 

1.961 

1,821 

1,528 



18,231 

10,878 

2.219 

1.118 

558 

93 



FuU 
workweek 



35 



29.325 
2.355 

12,968 
2,325 
2,502 
9.161 



21 ,893 

21 .191 

107 



58.311 

5.109 

12.871 

3.101 

1 .218 

8.137 

1 15 

1.019 

918 



89,501 

53.732 

10.717 

926 

2,260 

2.802 

13.225 

11.272 

1.953 

3,100 

2.512 



155,982 

1 15.953 

113.061 

1 .703 

2.189 

It 189 

31.510 



85.753 

57.219 

7.257 

551 

21.693 



77.102 

7.562 

952 

2.051 

299 

1.250 

11.587 

1 1 .023 

3.561 

8.211 

39.717 

31 .161 

1 ,838 

5.718 

2.185 

1.780 



32.675 

22.157 

11.279 

3.160 

1.716 

10.516 

1.735 

1.371 

1 .108 



16.307 

39.557 

2.121 

3.908 

509 

79 

33 



25.790 
2,221 

12.111 
2.178 
2.311 
7.933 



16.1 10 

15,616 

291 



51 .191 

5.212 

12.155 

3.1 19 

1 .171 

7.755 

107 

3.792 

825 



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



19.939 

22.681 

8.093 

1.119 

1.058 

5.278 

3.211 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3,182 

2.062 



37.376 
20.758 

(naI 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.903 

13.661 



3.978 
811 
991 



11.375 

1.905 

(NA) 

(NA)I 

(NA), 

(NA) 

(NA); 

(NA)I 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.305 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1.090 

1.582 



e.521 

5.520 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.015 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1.089 

1.527 

1.179 

953 

298 

1 10 

5 



5.570 
731 

1.116 

1.0P9 
561 

2.791 



5.5U6 

(NA) 
(NA) 



25.377 

3.771 

3.179 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

618 

351 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents aero. 



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



NEW YORK 

Table 101. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



32-5 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroU 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments > 
(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



PayroU, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workwe^ ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



Other Retail Siorei— Con. 

Jewelr>' stores 

Bookstort»-- - 

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 dealera. 

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

Second-hand stores - - . - 

Nonstore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations - 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



7Q6 

T?5 

.>7ej 

;.393 

i.629 

1 tUSQ 

59 7 

«36 

277 

U76 

2»1 

It 238 

1 .365 



".3<12 

5U7 

».713 



U«35 

3»9 

X15 

"C4 

69 

t.l21 
f,T> 
920 
7U9 
363 
jnn 
17"! 
515 
123 

li23B 



2ll=U 

!t5C7 
3C2 



l«8t"07 
25>505 
97.897 
3B.?00 
5.o-<7 
61 .«60 
61.?C7 
52.3al 
4\ .1176 
U1.917 
53.U^il 
20.235 
17.1'58 
10.2611 
88.967 
111.156 



535.9116 

101 .611 

31(0.652 

93.683 



132.863 
22.739 
77.687 
31 .196 
11.521 
53.050 
115.9U7 
HI .109 
32.322 
38.021 
50.150 
18.505 
15.K86 
8.872 
88.967 
33.1198 



1132.066 
98.603 

2U8.102 
85.361 



21.609 
3.292 

11.558 

3.771* 

382 

10.225 
3.775 
H.I 15 
11.177 
6.668 
5.328 
2.798 
4.653 
1 .554 

13.925 
5.829 



53.679 

12,447 

43.834 

7.398 



412.582 
55.763 

214.223 

70.057 

7.342 

195.037 
72.037 
74.993 
85.821 

122.177 
98.176 
54.219 
85.267 
31 .417 

249.417 

132,245 



1.216.406 
248,536 
827.352 

140.406 



398.604 
51 ,335 

204,047 

64,797 

6.612 

183,880 
55.839 
67.434 
78.161 

1 17.643 
95.526 
52.873 
81 .778 
30.515 

235,348 

126,194 



1 .158.074 
229.997 

802.173 
1 35.904 



5.452 
1 .270 
3.551 
1.269 

135 
3.687 
1,584 
1 .909 
1 .886 
1 .880 
1.479 

870 
I .147 

495 
4.203 
2,147 



18.940 
5.033 

11 .561 
2,246 



5.812 
1 .078 
3.185 
1 .049 

103 
3.105 
1.257 
1 .439 
1 .473 
1.711 
1.354 

806 
1 .049 

451 
3.558 
1 .909 



15.613 
4.1 17 

10.684 
2.012 



2.293 

407 

1.694 

784 

193 

1.857 

1,499 

1.355 

1 .532 

510 

357 

242 

359 

221 

907 

1.389 



9.820 
443 

8.817 
550 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

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



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



Table 101 A. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 AND 1948'— THE STATE 
Establishments and Sales bv Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments" 
(Si,ooo) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,(X)0) 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl,O0O) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 

($1,000) 



Retail trade, total . 



Food stores, total. 

Grocery stores ... . . 

Otiier f(H>d stores 



Eating, driiUciag places, total. 

Eating places 

Drinking places 



General merchandise group. 



Apparel, accessories stores, total. 

Shoe stores 

Other apparel stores. _"- 



Furniture, home fumtshings, appliance dealers- 
Automotive group. . 

Gasoline sersice stations -.... 



Lumber, bidg. mads., hardware, farm equip, dealers, total 

Farm equipment dealers — 

Lumber, bIdg. mails., 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 



Nonstore retailers. 



183,4*0 

1^6,416 
22,014 
24,134 

35,397 
22,017 
13,330 

6,334 

17,906 
3,196 
14,394 

9,314 

5,451 

11,565 

7,242 

681 

6,529 

5,884 

(NA) 
(NA) 

27,489 
3,935 
3,492 
1,302 
2,493 

12,914 

9,892 



25,943 
12,214 
13,734 

29,743 
17,309 
12,434 

3,270 

13,494 
2,534 
10,960 

6,882 

4,411 

7,695 

5,172 

533 

4,639 

5,000 

4,845 

155 

15,623 
2,940 
1,992 
1,046 
1,435 
8,210 

2,154 



4,666,405 
3,292,536 
1,369,113 

1,938,552 

1,390,465 

547,167 

1,676,573 

1,876,694 

270,244 

1,600,932 

1,019,365 

2,344,574 

710,018 

903,973 

35,141 

318,393 

465,496 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1,978,494 

347,316 
531,112 
260,809 
148,907 
658,234 

535,946 



4,106,845 
2,981,236 
1,125,609 

1,845,452 

1,314,243 

531,209 



1,801,034 

257,266 

1,543,768 

967,483 

2,312,170 

608,406 

861,925 
81,551 
730,374 

443,743 

433,909 

9,339 

1,752,374 
301,383 
502,372 
254,181 
132,363 
562,070 

432,066 



56,604 
27,581 
29,023 

36,510 
19,450 
17,050 



18,170 
2,901 
15,269 

9,546 

5,731 

11,935 

6,849 

524 

6,325 

6,147 

5,882 

265 

23,268 
4,353 
2,333 
1,243 
2,149 

17,690 

784 



28,450 
13,380 
15,070 

28,392 
14,886 
14,006 



12,444 
2,065 
10,379 

6,007 

4,653 

7,081 

4,397 

454 

4,443 

4,857 
4,666 

191 

15,663 
2,807 
2,202 
1,064 
1,397 
3,193 

645 



3,679,690 
2,385,288 
1,294,402 

1,668,412 

1,080,375 

587,537 



1,735,593 

234,497 

1,501,096 

811,924 

1,538,421 

441,067 

665,069 
64,149 
600,920 

372,893 
362,175 
10,723 

1,724,333 
303,045 
424,539 
236,737 
139,650 
620,357 

200,027 



12,970,737 

3,027,976 
2,019,624 
1,003,352 

1,559,411 

1,020,179 

539,232 



1,645,744 

219,449 

1,426,295 

722,769 

1,495,997 

352,113 

629,273 
62, U6 
567,127 

346,715 

337,355 

9,360 

1,489,435 
243,753 
409,642 
229,420 
128,303 
478,367 

196,328 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 

'Data in this Ubie differ from those which appeared m the pubbcations of the 

1954 Censuses in the Introduction. „ l- t. u 

'Group totals may include data for establishments without payroU which could 



. . . Represents zero. 
1948 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Ck)mparison of 1948 and 

not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



32-6 



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 


' 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total.all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 

Ush- 

ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


1 


New York total 


183,442 


119. 394 


18. 116,945 


16.754,211 


2,090,872 


754. 300 


617,271 


181 .771 


46.416 


4.666,405 


35.397 


1.938.552 






? 


3.070 


1 .942 


339,870 


312.402 


39.75 3 


15.822 


12.R43 


3.030 


722 


74.71 1 


668 


28.246 


3 


Albany 


1.995 

257 

39 

210 

569 


1,323 

163 

13 

102 

341 


2201587 

17.361 

4, 177 

12.992 

84,753 


^03,667 

15.099 

3,485 

10.636 

79,515 


27.603 

1 .741 

310 

1 .096 

9.003 


10.424 

?43 

94 

413 

4, 148 

1 .230 


8,447 

629 

90 

349 

3, 323 

967 


1 .929 
237 

44 
229 

591 

523 


467 
78 
15 
63 
99 

95 


48.946 

5.585 

859 

5.851 

13.470 

8.500 


438 

45 

8 

52 

125 

61 


20,708 

1,277 

1301 

1,738 

4.343 

1,894 






6 








fi 








154 
336 

12.323 

2.148 


1 16 
236 

7. 487 
1.453 


13.547 
21 .101 

1 .025.898 
220.625 


12.835 
19.329 

921,502 
205,247 


1 .369 
1 .476 

100, 394 
24,041 


588 
642 

34.73C 
9.502 


472 
495 

29,001 
7.431 


146 
377 

12.668 
2.165 


28 
67 

4.814 
475 


3.057 
5.443 

393. 149 
52.655 


23 

38 

1 ,825 
482 


804 
1 ,090 

89.851 
18.853 


lOf 

11 


Remainder of County 

Bronx County (Bronx Borough part 
of New York City) 


1? 


Broome County 






1.135 
354 
242 
417 

1.013 


763 

264 
174 
257 

711 


130,714 
38.596 
19.420 
31 .895 

80.442 


1S2,47C 
36.426 
1 a 1 1 06 
28.245 

74.734 


15,360 
4,247 
1 .883 
2.551 

8.035 


5.973 

1 .677 

810 

1 .042 

3.404 


4.811 

1 .289 

610 

771 

2.655 


1.118 
348 
239 
460 

1 .064 


232 

74 
69 
100 

211 


27.025 

10.563 

7.367 

7.700 

19.470 


254 
85 
60 
83 

188 


10.329 

2.802 
2.486 
3.236 

6.246 






15 








17 


Cattaraugus County 


18 


Gowanda (part)^ 


50 
369 
120 
474 

913 


33 
273 

92 
308 

561 


U.242 
36.190 
10.472 
29,538 

75.226 


4.050 
34.476 
10.1 12 
26.096 

6B.168 


423 
4.325 
1 .041 
2.246 

7.239 


185 
1.751 

454 
1 .014 

2.894 


139 

1 .375 

352 

789 

2.300 


49 
348 
134 
533 

932 


10 

70 

28 

103 

190 


609 
8.842 
3.219 
6.800 

17.771 


10 
59 
23 
91 

166 


291 
2.518 

885 
2.552 

4.962 






21 


Remainder of County 






599 
314 

1.763 


375 
186 

1.265 


52.359 
22.867 

149.094 


47.709 
20.459 

138.016 


5.600 
1 .639 

15.667 


2.260 
634 

6.759 


1 .793 

507 

5.284 


594 
338 

1 .860 


127 
63 

389 


13.403 
4.368 

37.514 


104 
62 

367 


3.541 
1 .421 

12.556 


2A 




?*) 




?6 


Dunkirk 


274 
61 
95 

642 
34 
60 
89 

508 

1 .050 


196 
39 
73 

480 
28 
50 
65 

334 

762 


23.638 
4.639 
8.61 1 

64.013 
2.771 
5.636 
8.052 

31 .734 

108.775 


22. 120 
4.279 
8.139 

60.049 
2.597 
5.420 
7.626 

27.786 

103.245 


2,670 
312 
951 

8.189 
262 
419 
811 

2.033 

12.743 


1.112 
150 
383 

3.510 
134 
217 
351 
902 

4.981 


793 
120 
312 
2.858 
82 
172 
271 
676 

4.100 


262 
68 
93 

631 
44 
65 
95 

601 

1 .013 


56 
18 
20 

155 
13 
11 
10 

106 

214 


6.292 

1.583 
2.340 
16.006 
1 .493 
1.217 
2.183 
6.400 

26.836 


69 
14 
13 

1 15 
9 
15 
16 

1 16 

220 


2.261 
436 
568 

4.047 
300 
585 
623 

3.736 

7.971 






'« 












11 








T? 




34 


Chemung County 


35 


Elmlra Heights 


69 

767 

83 
126 

591 


47 
573 

68 

74 

363 


4.578 

87.678 

8,823 

7,696 

43.388 


4.1U8 

64.038 

8, 317 

6,742 

38.686 


416 

10.902 

757 

663 

3.541 


178 

4.248 
316 
2 39 

1.474 


142 
3.522 

24:^ 
194 

1 .193 


72 
723 

87 
131 

605 


14 
138 

27 
35 

106 


1.797 

19.613 

3.606 

1.820 

9.906 


158 
17 
31 

105 


511 
5.789 

492; 
1,17t 

3,408 


17 




38 


Remainder of County 

Chenango County 




204 
387 

624- 


132 

231 

398 


16.933 
26.455 

50.209 


15.279 
23.407 

45, 105 


1 .731 
1 .810 

1.31 J 


736 
738 

1 .776 


605 
588 

1 .503 


203 
402 

651 


33 

73 

132 


4.286 
5|620 

12.835 


37 

68 

116 


1 .109 
2.299 

3.269 






A? 




-".I 




24 
309 

291 

674 


16 
211 

171 

390 


1.513 
29.297 

19, 399 

47.596 


1.299 

27.205 
16.601 

42.076 


86 
2.951 
1 ,276 

3.544 


53 

1.236 

437 

1 .501 


31 

1 .059 

413 

1 .219 


22 

315 
314 

724 


3 
61 
68 

138 


ID) 

6.890 

(D) 

12.606 


3 
56 
57 

142 


100 
1 .816 
1 .353 

3. 06 J 






■IS 


Remainder of County 


''.'' 




272 
402 

522 


164 
226 

354 


22.764 
24,832 

46.409 


20.548 
21.526 

42.801 


1 .963 
1 .581 

4,415 


819 
682 

1.796 


655 
564 

1 .397 


289 
435 

527 


55 
83 

100 


6.613 
5.993 

9,925 


52 
90 

104 


1 .079 
1 .984 

3.239 






49 




50 


Cortland 


320 
68 

134 

631 


224 
54 
76 

399 


30.223 
7.926 
8.260 

48.524 


28.327 
7.436 
7.038 

44.268 


3.151 
627 
637 

3.717 


1 .313 
239 

244 

1 .437 


983 
199 
215 

1 .257 


313 

70 

144 

646 


58 
11 
31 

1 11 


6.845 
1 .952 
1.528 

9.776 


69 

10 
25 

102 


2.282 

374 
583 

3.377 






52 

SI 


Remainder of County 


'i-'i 


Sidney 


68 

73 

490 

1,809 


56 

53 

290 

1 . 131 


9.071 

7.043 

32.410 

162,553 


8.935 

6.849 

28.484 

148,619 


745 

661 

2.31 1 

16. 1 30 


31 1 
229 
897 

6. 142 


263 

204 
790 

4.379 


67 

72 

507 

1 .826 


11 
11 
89 

323 


2.291 
1.724 
5.761 

38.743 


14 

7 

81 

403 


527 

678 

2.172 

13.694 






16 












202 

321 

69 

717 

10. 119 


120 

565 

41 

455 

6, 96 3 


18.072 

88,507 

3.909 

52.065 

1 , 128, 679 


15.826 

82;733, 

3.301 

46.759 

1 . 058, 337 


1.377 

10. 34; 

255 
4.155 

133,684 


589 

3.944 

86 

1.523 

53,635 


441 

3,146 

71 

1 .221 

39,656 


209 

808 

77 

732 

10.388 


50 
152 

21 
100 

2.598 


5.906 
19.792 

1.763 
11.282 

263, eei 


35 
155 

22 
191 

2,42? 


1 .152 

6.829 

584 

5.129 

111.0^4 


59 








fil 




(S^ 




61 


Blasdell 


51 

7. 028 

96 

135 

33 

209 

300 

327 

126 

35 

68 

320 

125 

1.266 


29 

4. 798 

52 

101 

21 

167 

220 

199 

88 

15 

50 

240 

95 

883 


3.114 
791,456 

8.218 
15.185 

4.087 
28.166 
48.544 
32,377 
12.388 

1 . 104 

6.457 

34.259 

18.952 

124,572 


2.520 

742.754 

7.024 

14.707 

3.711 

27.384 

46.564 

29, 101 

11.596 

662 

6.127 

32.769 

18.442 

1 15.026 


201 

102.615 

463 

1 .360 

310 

2.838 

3.886 

3,121 

1 .199 

48 

571 

3.909 

2,133 

11 .030 


105 
40. 734 
216 
553 
125 
994 

1.414 

1,297 

538 

23 

241 

1 .898 
680 

4^317 


69 

30.691 

155 

433 

90 

720 

1 .012 

829 

390 

15 

171 

1 .308 

524 

3.249 


53 

7.142 

109 

141 

32 

198 

285 

372 

133 

39 

67 

302 

127 

1.386 


12 

1 .940 

31 

20 

9 

35 

60 

91 

27 

12 

10 

56 

15 

270 


816 

172.866 

3.479 

4.415 

1 .631 

7.430 

21.644 

11.459 

2.911 

489 

1 .536 

8.749 

2. 437 

43.819 


9 

1 .642 
25 
22 

7 
46 
42 

1 16 
24 
10 
11 
91 
30 

352 


342 

80,053 

463 

742 

248 

1 .747 

2.167 

4.029 

696 

192 

331 

3,673 

1.809 

14,562 






65 




66 
















70 




71 








71 




74 




7'i 




76 









Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

Rwanda le in Cattaraugus and Erie counties. 



(NA) Notavallable. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Lees than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW YORK 



32-7 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Kind-of -Business Group — Establishments and Sales 

















Kind -of -business group — Continued 


















General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Fumitxire, home 

furnishings, 
appliance dadera 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores. 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers 


1 


Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




■B 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


bsh- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(Number) 


(Jl.OOO) 


(Number) 


($I.(X)0) 


(Number) 


(»l.(XX)) 


(No.) 


(Jl.OOO) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


(Jl.OOO) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 




6. 381* 


1.676,578 


'7,906 


1 ,877,544 


9,814 


1i 019, 365 


5.451 


2, 344,574 


lll565 


7101016 


7,242 


90J,97J 


SiBet 


465.494 


27,489 


1 ,978,494 


9,892 


5J5,946 


1 


79 


27 1 284 


229 


30.888 


161 


15.860 


112 


51.777 


254 


15.143 


134 


14,137 


84 


7.821 


502 


32.688 


126 


41,115 


2 


56 


17,794 


187 


28,537 


108 


12,061 


66 


40.669 


93 


7.408 


69 


7,722 


62 


6.485 


363 


22.954 


86 


7.303 


3 


6 


661 


19 


1.487 


16 


958 


10 


2.248 


26 


1.290 


13 


704 


6 


(D) 


31 


1.34? 


7 


(0) 


4 


• ■ • 


< > . 


1 


(D) 


3 


79 






3 


(D) 






3 


96 


5 


(D) 


1 


(B) 


5 


3 


(d; 


5 


153 


5 


457 


8 


1.848 


28 


1.119 


7 


606 


1 


(D) 


30 


834 


8 


24S 


6 


It 


(D) 


16 


(D) 


29 


2. 305 


28 


7.012 


104 


(D) 


45 


5. 105 


12 


627 


73 


(D) 


24 


(D) 


7 


1*3 


2 1520 


29 


1 .300 


30 


1.274 


35 


7.472 


45 


2.466 


56 


3.670 


16 


869 


77 


4.648 


3 


35 


8 


4 


1 |065 


15 


874 


13 


618 


13 


3.605 


10 


968 


15 


1 .102 


6 


407 


26 


(D) 


1 


(D) 


9 


39 


1 t455 


14 


426 


17 


656 


22 


3.867 


35 


1.498 


41 


2,568 


10 


462 


51 


(D) 


2 


(0) 


10 


tjl 


36,467 


1.043 


120,270 


619 


61 ,970 


226 


108.697 


378 


32.578 


287 


32.670 


478 


26.678 


1 .401 


101 ,607 


821 


21 ,961 


11 


57 


26.180 


151 


13.985 


97 


10.634 


98 


39.144 


244 


13.383 


102 


12.995 


44 


6.342 


295 


22.211 


103 


tti243 


12 


33 


21. 391 


80 


8.652 


63 


7.103 


51 


23.941 


121 


7.195 


38 


4.772 


25 


3.876 


173 


13,226 


65 


3,202 


13 


10 


3t565 


45 


3.524 


13 


1.593 


18 


7.308 


26 


1.552 


17 


2.531 


8 


1.437 


45 


3.365 


13 


356 


14 


u 


627 


16 


1.114 


10 


1.171 


1 1 


2.B55 


23 


1.010 


10 


1 .069 


4 


624 


26 


958 


9 


139 


15 


10 


597 


10 


695 


1 1 


767 


18 


5.040 


74 


3.626 


37 


4.623 


7 


405 


51 


4.660 


16 


546 


16 


56 


6|435 


73 


5.319 


56 


4.308 


61 


13.689 


109 


4.739 


62 


6.303 


27 


2.190 


134 


10.820 


36 


923 


17 


2 


(0) 


8 


352 


2 


(Dl 


5 


1 .633 


1 


(0) 


4 


372 


3 


304 


3 


99 


2 


(0) 


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15 


4|280 


44 


4.070 


26 


2.897 


24 


5.824 


29 


1 .644 


14 


2.018 


10 


1.042 


61 


2.718 


17 


337 


19 


a 


721 


8 


470 


12 


697 


8 


2.176 


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651 


4 


709 


4 


273 


12 


671 


• •• 


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20 


35 


(D) 


13 


427 


16 


(D) 


24 


4.056 


67 


(D) 


40 


3.204 


10 


571 


58 


7.332 


17 


(u) 


21 


32 


4i903 


74 


5.340 


47 


4.343 


42 


12.577 


90 


3.381 


64 


7.548 


16 


1.S0S 


135 


11 .657 


- 57 


1,239 


22 


20 


4i143 


64 


5.094 


38 


3.895 


24 


8.068 


52 


2.244 


30 


3.704 


7 


1.173 


93 


6.434 


40 


660 


23 


12 


760 


10 


246 


9 


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IB 


4.509 


38 


1.137 


34 


3.844 


9 


332 


42 


5,223 


17 


579 


24 


50 


14,095 


136 


9.987 


81 


5.945 


110 


26.929 


181 


10.058 


111 


12.201 


42 


3.591 


235 


14,360 


61 


1,858 


25 


6 


1 l434 


26 


2.500 


14 


1.271 


IB 


b.l97 


14 


847 


16 


1 .732 


5 


344 


45 


1,489 


5 


271 


26 


2 


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2 


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1 


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4 


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5 


299 


5 


ID) 


1 


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4 


(0) 


5 


(D) 


27 


2 


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9 


480 


2 


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8 


2.231 


10 


654 


7 


834 


4 


236 


18 


660 


2 


(01 


28 


10 


9.894 


79 


6.252 


29 


3.232 


35 


9.B24 


54 


3.541 


27 


3.659 


14 


1 ,777 


92 


4,783 


32 


998 


29 


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78 


32 


it 


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5,520 


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94 


33 


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9.554 


104 


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610 


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98 


8.689 


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27 


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20 


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17 


666 


9 


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16 


617 


5 


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38 


31 


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46 


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27 


949 


29 


6.899 


68 


2. 748 


46 


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12 


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105 


10,800 


16 


292 


39 


9 


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21 


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12 


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14 


3.825 


20 


1.054 


12 


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5 


250 


33 


1,368 


8 


174 


40 


22 


829 


25 


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15 


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15 


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48 


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34 


1 .766 


7 


467 


72 


9,432 


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lie 


41 


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7.269 


32 


2.454 


27 


1.543 


40 


8.856 


60 


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35 


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11 


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105 


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24 


269 


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17 


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28 


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16 


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22 


5.056 


23 


1.125 


13 


913 


5 


811 


57 


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1 1 


194 


44 


21 


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4 


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8 


377 


15 


3.344 


35 


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20 


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47 


3.711 


1 1 


(D) 


45 


23 


2.284 


41 


2.207 


36 


1.550 


37 


10.012 


92 


3.309 


42 


3.937 


16 


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85 


7,297 


22 


391 


46 


6 


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33 


1 .809 


21 


1 .239 


22 


6.753 


21 


743 


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537 


7 


539 


36 


1,923 


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224 


47 


17 


989 


8 


398 


15 


311 


15 


3.249 


71 


2.566 


34 


3.400 


9 


401 


49 


5,374 


11 


167 


48 


23 


3.490 


37 


2.500 


23 


1.491 


34 


9.714 


56 


2.451 


30 


4.948 


9 


804 


81 


6,560 


25 


1.287 


49 


9 


3.008 


35 


(D) 


15 


1.192 


19 


5.917 


25 


1 .296 


15 


2.502 


4 


539 


55 


3,393 


16 


(D) 


50 


4 


144 


1 


(0) 


5 


173 


5 


1.950 


13 


754 


5 


1.275 


3 


(D) 


9 


1,365 


1 


(D) 


51 


10 


338 


1 


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3 


126 


10 


1 .847 


18 


401 


9 


1 .171 


2 


(D) 


17 


1,802 


8 


330 


52 


40 


2.556 


37 


1.216 


30 


1.465 


50 


11 .428 


80 


3.077 


48 


2,952 


16 


870 


99 


1 1 , 24 1 


1 8 


566 


53 


3 


(01 


10 


315 


4 


(01 


6 


3.863 


7 


324 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(0) 


9 


660 


• • • 


• •• 


54 


2 


(D) 


10 


442 


5 


292 


6 


1 .197 


7 


484 


9 


715 


1 


(01 


9 


101 


6 


28 


55 


35 


2.091 


17 


459 


21 


(D) 


38 


6.368 


66 


2,269 


37 


(D) 


13 


627 


81 


(D) 


12 


538 


56 


77 


16, 310 


140 


9.459 


83 


6.064 


85 


28.672 


194 


9,266 


106 


1 , 262 


55 


4.159 


270 


22 , 362 


73 


3,542 


57 


7 


1.176 


17 


818 


15 


734 


17 


3,871 


S 


479 


9 


745 


7 


587 


25 


1,509 


12 


1,095 


58 


42 


13,292 


96 


7.613 


36 


4.136 


32 


13.317 


65 


3,910 


42 


4,694 


25 


1 .884 


137 


10,981 


39 


2,059 


59 


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2 


(D) 


3 


125 


1 


(0' 


8 


493 


5 


397 


1 


(Dl 


4 


151 


2 


(01 


60 


28 


1 .842 


25 


(D) 


29 


1.069 


35 


(D) 


113 


4,384 


50 


4.446 


22 


(D) 


104 


9,721 


20 


(D) 


61 


217 


140.580 


728 


89,627 


535 


58.445 


341 


182,863 


894 


58 , 1 47 


41 1 


70.886 


303 


33.096 


1.276 


73. 865 


389 


26.433 


62 


2 


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2 


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3 


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5 


tB) 


5 


539 


3 


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208 


4 


101 


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63 


134 


126,555 


566 


75,622 


407 


47, 36 7 


198 


116,656 


494 


34.564 


226 


42.101 


219 


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932 


51.499 


270 


22,184 


64 


5 


110 


2 


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3 


(0) 


3 


1 ,436 


7 


845 


9 


561 


2 


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8 


338 


1 


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65 


5 


2«0 


11 


939 


1 1 


595 


11 


3.718 


14 


676 


9 


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5 


618 


21 


1 ,867 


6 


62 


66 


1 


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1 


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432 


2 


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155 


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67 


8 


582 


22 


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13 


704 


15 


8.416 


26 


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12 


3.539 


5 


840 


21 


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6 


60 


68 


11 


403 


26 


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16 


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11 


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12 


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11 


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42 


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7 


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26 


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34 


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3 


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6 


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13 


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15 


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9 


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3 


515 


15 


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2 


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199 


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3 


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5 


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23 


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12 


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45 


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32 


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74 


1 


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530 


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14 


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75 


27 


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38 


(D) 


37 


2.524 


55 


15.663 


182 


9,822 


91 


14.567 


28 


3.220 


134 


10.225 


52 


1.887 


76 



32-8 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1934 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



County and city 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



PayroU, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Eating, drinking 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Essex Coujity 

Lake Placid 

Saranac Lake (part)^. 

Ticonderoga 

Remainder of County.. 



Fran)d.in County 

Mslone 

Saranac Laie (part)^. 

Tapper Lake 

Remainder of County. , 



Fulton County 

Dolgeville (part)^.. 

Gloversville 

Johnstown 

Remainder of County, 



Genesee County 

Batavla 

Le Roy 

Remainder of County. 



Greene County 

Catskill 

Coxsackie 

Remainder of County, 



Hamilton County, 



Herkimer County 

Dolgeville (part)-*,, 

Frankfort 

Herkimer 

Iloin 

Little Falls 

Motiawk 

Remainder of County, 



Jefferson County 

Cartilage 

Watertown 

Remainder of County, 



Kings County (Brooklyn Borough 
part of New York city) 

Lewis County 

Lowvllle 

Remainder of County 



Livingston County...,. 

Dansville 

Geneseo 

Mount Morris. 

Remainder of County. 



Madison County 

Canastota 

Hamilton 

Oneida 

Remainder of County. 



Monroe County 

Brockport 

East Rochester 

Fairport 

Rochester 

Remainder of County. 



Montgomery county 

Amsterdam 

Cans joharie. 

Fort Plain 

Remainder of County. 



586 



86 

9 

83 

709 



204 

126 

87 

292 

731 



394 
169 
164 



282 

85 
216 



151 

57 

428 



51 
77 
184 
133 
193 
43 
193 



117 
507 
623 



30,117 
293 



105 
187 



552 



102 
57 
86 

307 

631 



89 

57 

178 

307 



67 

89 

79 

, 122 

593 

938 



541 
60 



239 



172 

6 

59 

156 
226 

1*68 
149 
25>t 

97 
166 
751 

86 
291 
288 

54 
245 
21C 
368 



144 
98 
65 

132 

457 



2 

254 

109 

92 

415 



210 
65 

140 



105 

33 

228 



37 

27 
120 

87 
1 19 

29 
127 



81 
361 

411 



17.0P5 



2,2 38 



65 
107 



368 



78 
41 
48 
20 

427 



57 
39 

134 
197 

3t416 



6 

4 
19 
21 

624 



51 
55 

2,792' 
t71. 

566 



6 
6 

539 
65 

62 



Nassau County 9 , 325 

Cedarhurst 

East Hills 

East Rockaway 

Farmingdale 

67 Floral Park 

Freeport 

Garden City 

Glen Cove 

Great Neck 

Great Neck Plaza 

Hempstead 

Lawrence 

Long Beach 

Lynbrook 

Malverne 

Mineola 

New Hyde Park 

Roclcville Centre , 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

^Saranac Lake is in Essex and Franklin counties. 



331 

42 

60 

133 

6,793 



39 

126 
152 
330 
123 
166 

69 
152 
579 

64 
229 
220 

35 
193 
156 
274 
(NA 



935 

068 
260 
6b2 
670 
782 
287 
364 
118 
403 
039 
731 
948 
947 
431 
1 17 
644 
348 
Not availabU . 



18 

2 
5 
18 
38 
51 
32 
29 
15 
25 
162 
11 
26 



568 



28t460 



4.918 

212 

6.529 

,16,80t 

44.228 



2.504 



18.377 

10,768 

5,839 

9.244 

47.755 



550 

23 

579 

1,352 

4.415 



1 .994 

1. 1 
638 
595 

5.335 



101 
29 . 09 1 
13.009 

(D) 

55.551 



(D) 
3.410 
1 .405 

(D) 

5.930 



35.253 

8.367 
12.021 



4.279 
575 
976 



321 



14.526 

2.702 

15.332 



55.393 



1 .393 

208 
1 .160 



5.290 



3.285 

1 .421 
17.745 

9.105 
10.800 

2.309 
1C.725 

93.778 



225 

120 
1 .917 

845 
1 .099 

215 

809 

10.939 



e.879 
55.709 
29.190 



1 ,984, 115' 



808 
7.530 
2.501 



230,879 



41 1 



8. 126 
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35.385 



747 
541 



2.896 



d.999 

4.432 

3.509 

19.345 

4t<.302 



005 

301 

370 

1 .420 

4.522 



421 



6. 147 

3.929 

18.897 

19.329 

590.037 



460 

359 

2.181 

1 .522 

74.323 



507 
222 

926 

193 
573 

521 



6.133 

5,446| 

6,314 

509,765 

62, 379 

54.555 



552 
529 

533I 

66,832 

5.877 

5.625 



34.530 
3.517 
5.720 

10.788 



3.864 

301 
603 
857 

133,232 



18.023 
(D) 

4.822 
17.950 
35 . 894 
48.650 
31,471 
27,152 
14,382 
25,179 
158, 113 
1 1 . 009 
25.554 
38.979 

3.997 
39.791 
25,842 
50.810 



2.063 

167 
402 
2.233 
2.957 
5,670 
3,716 
2,858 
1,463 
3,016 
20,643 
I .410 
2.901 
4.753 
387 
4.160 
3,015 
5.889 



192 

6 

244 

614 



603 



845 
464 
262 
297 

2.100 



101 

1 .359 

506 

(D) 

2.304 



1 .629 
285 
390 



458 

87 

494 



94 
51 
817 
386 
468 
97 
366 



333 

2.805 
1 .148 



257 
235 



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352 
137 
150 
578 



219 
129 
788 
658 

27.643 



247 

219 
199 

24,674 
2, 304 

2.295 



1 .555 
141 
231 

358 



705 
43 
254 
853 
813 

1 ,721 

1 ,442 
855 
413 
895 

7.284 
345 
81 1 

1 .373 
130 

1 .126 
897 

1 .980 



215 
547 



1 .613 



8.554 



752 

403 
215 
243 

1 .715 



205 

117 



762 



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1.119 
(D) 

2.182 
(D) 

1I»217 



2 
21 
89 



(D) 

1 .132 

415 

(D) 

1 .738 



(D) 
398 
185 
(D) 

589 



3.848 
2,659 

1,666 
3,044 

13.982 



8.020 
3.81B 
2.144 



1 .229 
212 
297 



274 

83 

232 



423 

55 

442 



159 
50 

448 

137 
877 



8.210 
2.312 
2.380 

9.300 



57 
45 
657 
273 
372 
74 
317 



156 
129 
190 



273 

2.447 
971 



67,741 



122 
455 
575 



229 

197 



899 



101 
187 



277 
101 
101 

420 



104 
57 



654 



1 14 
668 
510 

20.543 



93 

58 

163 

330 

4.839 



145 

157 

134 

18,671 

1 ,536 

1.816 



1 .222 

106 
1 90 
298 

35,827 



59 

98 

82 

3,976 

614 

I '015 



579 
68 
95 

274 

8.708 



652 

42 
158 
677 
699 

1 ,428 

1 , 167 
705 
390 
778 

6.034 
331 
582 

1 .132 
107 
991 
712 

1 .478 



^Dolgeville Is in 



XXX Not applicable. 

Fulton and Herkimer countle 



(Z) Less than $S00. 



137 
8 

54 
143 
219 
418 
119 
252 

91 
121 
582 

78 
278 
257 

45 

244 

189 

335 

Represents zero. 



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539 

5.473 



17.619 



27 

78 

1 13 



15 

15' 

1 
990 
116 

189 



127 
11 



1.155 
596 
5.806 
4.215 
3.472 
537 
1.838 



2.171 
12.945 
5.585 



75 3,609, 



1.750 
2.125 



9.389 



2.397 

989 

1 .447 

4.355 

10.821 



1.537 
1 .085 
3.775 
4.423 

146.566 



2.318 

1,769( 

1 ,745 

126, 378 

14, 356 

15.795 



10.474 
1 .328 
1 .915 
3.07B 



4,726 
(01 
2.132 
5.895 
5.709 

13, 108 
5,034 
7,957 
4,520 
5,206 

18,2 38 
1 .590 

10.337 

10.025 
2.540 
7.244 
7,545 

12.307 



19 

79 

149 



4,549 



14 

'9j 

8 

601 

134 

?P1 



13 
41 
35 
87 
19 
40 
14 
22 
112 
12 
64 



461 

;d)' 

62S 
(D) 

3.305 



973 

594 

400 

1 .239 

3.755 



10) 

1 .855 

7a7 

(0) 

4.137 



2.242 

450 

1 .445 



1 .122 

252 

2.994 

749 

4.442 



175 
352 
825 
510 
824 
275 
1 .381 

7.551 



394 
3.412 
3.845 



324 
689 



3.042 



49e 

281 

4o7 

1 .795 

3.555 



546 

274 

797 

1 .939 

46.727 



528 

548 

262 

38,529 

6,860 

4.979 



3.1d2 
242 
325 

1 .230 

99,067 



1 .200 

(01 

535 

3.826 

I .570 

4,728 

1,701 

1,572 

713 

1,628 

7,548 

990 

3.340 

2.493 

300 

2.825 

1 ,882 

V760| 



NEW YORK 



32-9 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
K.ind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 



— = 














Kind-of -business group — Continued 












General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
sories stores 


Furniture, home 

fumishmgs, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


Nonstore retailers 


d 

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(Number) 


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Number) 


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Number) 


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(No.) 


($1,000) 


Number 1 


($1,000) 


Numberl 


($1,000) 


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($1,000) 


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($1,000) 


(Numberl 


($1,000) 




36 


1 i610 


43 


1 .882 


20 


1 .303 


41 


6.900 


64 


2.147 


26 


1 .600 


17 


1.110 


107 


4.357 


10 


240 


1 


3 


62 


11 


682 


2 
2 


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6 
2 


1 .094 
(D) 


10 

1 


303 
(D) 


2 


(Dl 


4 

1 


321 
(D) 


24 


868 


• • • 

1 


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2 
3 


4 


367 


11 


532 


6 


570 


8 


1 .608 


5 


230 


5 


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1 


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9 


643 


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4 


29 


1 tl&l 


21 


668 


10 


(D) 


25 


(D) 


48 


(D) 


19 


1 .027 


11 


(D) 


74 


2.856 


9 


(D) 


5 


36 


4.712 


64 


3.133 


31 


1 .867 


33 


9.995 


78 


3.028 


38 


3.046 


17 


1.461 


105 


7.179 


16 


724 


5 


7 


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1 .154 


1 1 


812 


12 


4.640 


13 


1 .128 


12 


1 .581 


5 


559 


32 


2.113 


5 


592 


7 


4 


718 


22 


1 .220 


6 


548 


7 


2.498 


7 


269 


4 


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(D) 


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2.154 


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82 


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393 


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1 .631 


8 


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1,480 


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313 


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154 


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1 .226 


50 


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13 


(D) 


6 


446 


32 


2.443 


5 


(D) 


10 


27 


3|279 


55 


3.561 


41 


2.484 


38 


1 1 .b63 


83 


2.987 


33 


4.685 


14 


1 .190 


109 


5.153 


19 


505 


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6.934 


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699 


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681 


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519 


3 


268 


35 


2.442 


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24 


14 


10 


187 


1 


101 


5 


462 


6 


(D) 


20 


783 


12 


599 


3 


203 


15 


561 


4 


24 


15 


21 


4.710 


44 


3.846 


34 


2.664 


44 


14.686 


75 


3.598 


38 


5.741 


15 


1.528 


67 


5.U18 


20 


441 


16 


9 


3.696 


31 


3.384 


23 


2.298 


25 


9.1 1 1 


23 


1 .366 


17 


3.020 


5 


865 


33 


2.412 


1 1 


279 


17 


2 


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2.742 


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556 


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324 


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339 


2 


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3.033 


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1.766 


17 


1 .921 


7 


339 


24 


2.257 


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39 


2.238 


23 


1 .001 


30 


1 .413 


31 


7.949 


72 


2.870 


32 


2.942 


18 


878 


77 


4.462 


17 


279 


20 


12 


1 .096 


13 


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4.630 


10 


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553 


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331 


19 


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197 


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4.591 


54 


2.664 


48 


3.347 


43 


10.136 


97 


4.069 


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4.350 


20 


1 .272 


141 


9.276 


24 


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6 


503 


11 


670 


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579 


2 


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4 


197 


26 


922 


6 


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12 


933 


17 


730 


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668 


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2.151 


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620 


5 


570 


4 


218 


37 


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5 


110 


30 






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382 


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31 


15 


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1 .348 


31 


1.115 


17 


1 .609 


4 


313 


29 


3.449 


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32 


47 


1 0.250 


87 


6.985 


57 


3.209 


70 


18.987 


151 


5.716 


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8.028 


24 


2.875 


196 


13.813 


54 


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435 


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371 


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354 


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181 


34 


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8.365 


66 


6.1 18 


29 


2.359 


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2.225 


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1 .595 


97 


6.225 


38 


1 .293 


35 


33 


1 .443 


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432 


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479 


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5.454 


91 


3.137 


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331 


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1 ,278 


164,866 


3,063 


247,513 


1 ,610 


150,715 


425 


207,921 


914 


75,763 


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70, 112 


1 , 198 


60,725 


3,541 


224,745 


2.200 


68,012 


37 


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1 .793 


9 


434 


18 


637 


18 


4.067 


45 


1.384 


17 


1 .087 


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434 


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1 .560 


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104 


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212 


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1 .511 


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433 


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19 


1 .647 


33 


1 .387 


38 


1 .878 


48 


10.761 


69 


2.947 


31 


3.001 


12 


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64 


5.019 


20 


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41 
42 
43 
44 
45 


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422 


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26 


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5.560 


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328 


35 


3.722 


12 


439 


27 


2.117 


32 


2.187 


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2.240 


38 


12.034 


78 


3.492 


50 


4.715 


16 


1 .807 


100 


8.593 


23 


294 


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47 
48 


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4 


125 


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168 


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18 


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14 


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5.676 


21 


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6 


912 


27 


2.321 


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49 
50 


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486 


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1 .504 


22 


2.502 


5 


413 


48 


4.176 


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139 


83.770 


435 


45.891 


254 


33.841 


199 


1 18.412 


490 


29.905 


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37.903 


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18.803 


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51 .007 


214 


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52 
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1 
1 


(D) 
(D) 


10 
13 


369 
1 ,101 


2 

10 


(o) 

122 


110 


392 


221 


51 ,428 


138 


95,267 


369 


22,854 


190 


28,676 


125 


16,979 


604 


44, 1 37 


182 


10.283 

(D) 


55 
56 


2? 


2,85 3 


16 


657 


23 


(c) 


44 


(D) 


93 


5,736 


50 


7,889 


14 


(0) 


60 


5,136 


20 


36 


3.988 


88 


4.326 


53 


3. 103 


36 


10.234 


88 


3.460 


59 


5.062 


25 


1.422 


146 


8,811 


|7 


341 


57 


15 


3.053 


°p 

63 


3.499 


37 


2.262 


20 


6.753 


31 


1 .343 


32 


3.074 


13 


861 


71 


4.057 


9 


152 


58 


7 


230 


6 


245 


4 


371 


1 


(Dl 


9 


323 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


1 1 


528 


• • • 


• •• 


59 


3 


124 


1 1 


434 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


1 1 


52C 


5 


543 


3 


182 


31 


1 .851 


1 


(D) 


60 


11 


581 





148 


10 


(D) 


13 


2.514 


37 


1.274 


20 


(D) 


7 


(D) 


33 


2.355 


7 


to) 


61 


247 


84, 322 


898 


92,007 


559 


64.643 


396 


208,299 


664 


58.186 


508 


100.534 


325 


30.802 


1 .503 


133,796 


592 


46.528 


62 


2 


(D) 


47 


3.570 


12 


1.335 


2 


(Dl 


13 


1.210 


7 


3.023 


5 


340 


30 


3.261 


7 
2 
2 


49 
(01 
(Dl 


63 
64 
65 


• •• 
2 


(D 1 


• •• 


... 


• • • 
3 


• • • 
(D) 


• •• 
4 


1 .255 


1 
5 


(Dl 
40C 


1 


(Dl 


• • • 
6 


259 


• • • 
9 


490 


565 


15 


724 


6 


339 


7 


2.058 


13 


1.161 


10 


1 .652 


5 


451 


25 


1 .851 


8 


149 


66 


e 


466 


29 


1 .961 


19 


1 .388 


1 1 


5.150 


15 


1 .436 


14 


ID) 


10 


555 


33 


(d) 


12 


1 . 154 


67 


1 3 


2,411 


61 


4.1 16 


27 


2.716 


31 


14.019 


37 


1 .549 


16 


1 .489 


1 1 


857 


80 


5.^81 


24 


1 .506 


68 


7 


7.658 


31 


8.329 


5 


236 


2 


(D) 


12 


1 .129 


7 


2. 140 


7 


574 


34 


(D) 


5 


887 


69 


6 

1+ 
3 


1 ,067 

2 617 

{ D 


34 

4 
42 


1 .869 

296 
3. 690 


17 

2 
16 


1 .809 
(D) 

1 , 301 


16 

2 
8 


7.704 

(D) 

7,359 


20 

10 
5 


1.21G 

741 
388 


9 

1 
9 


1 .595 

(D) 
2,667 


8 

3 
6 


733 
253 

854 


43 
27 
27 


3.549 
1.588 

1 ,802 


1 8 

1 
2 


299 

(D) 
(D) 


70 
71 
72 


24 


42.682 


125 


20.967 


76 


16.688 


30 


29.316 


41 


2.808 


31 


5.137 


17 


1 .900 


154 


10,969 


39 


5.785 


73 






fj 


442 


8 


572 


10 


4.157 


9 


751 


2 


(01 


2 


(Dl 


15 


2.b50 


2 


(Dl 


74 


1 


433 


37 


2.290 


12 


903 


8 


2.683 


13 


953 


10 


1 .524 


11 


897 


35 


2.869 


16 


709 


75 


y 

2 

4 

8 

,6 


1 .340 

lu) 

146 

56e 

732 


33 

5 
12 

E 
51 


3.170 
IDI 
600 

65: 

2.648 


1 1 
2 

15 
9 

29 


910 
(Dl 

1.989 
94- 

3.575 


9 

18 

7 
19 


8. .586 
• • a 

13.018 

2, 158 

1 4 . 694 


21 
2 
27 
21 
29 


1 .152 
IDI 
1.898 
2,796 
1.823 


12 

2 

20 

20 
24 


3.121 
(Dl 
3.999 
4,277 
5.255 


9 
5 
8 

10 


742 
203 
530 
703 
1 .140 


50 

6 

36 

33 
54 


3.952 

553 

7.966 

3,345 
4.603 


25 

5 

9 

18 

19 


6.635 

(01 

802 

2. 768 

2.811 


76 
77 
78 
79 
80 



32-10 



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 


Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors {unin- 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


1 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 




Nassau Comity— Continued 
^ea Cliff 


49 
118 
201 
lit 

32,814 
2.252 


25 
311 
112 

80 
3, 134 

22.830 
1 .591 


2.119 

17.009 

25.151 

13,230 

575.783 

4.042,813 
229.922 


(D) 

11. 1 15 

21.899 

11.894 

542,939 

3.851. 167 
213.318 


163 
1.322 
2,795 
1 ,129 

57.100 

639, 261 

21,111 


50 

1 .355 

833 

128 

19,309 

223, 166 
9.776 


35 

1 .131 

710 

325 

15,460 

190. 590 
7.216 


60 
393 

191 
111 

t. 372 

28,770 
2,258 


12 
79 

31 
28 
9 35 

6,812 
171 


(D) 

1 I.SIU 

8.232 

. 6.590 

187,843 

636,786 
55,839 


5 
65 

15 
15 

8 30 

7,088 
5.77 


163 
J. 715 
J. 588 

(D) 
49.983 

737,590 
20,902 






J 




Williston Park 


1 


Remainder of County 


6 
7 


New York County (Manhattan 
Borough part of New York City).. 


fl 




39S 

1.217 

282 

355 

2.868 


291 
863 
192 
215 

1.800 


13.351 

128.823 

30.521 

27.221 

244,605 


10.522 

1 19.511 

28.602 

21.153 

220.371 


1,561 

11,719 

2.879 

2.285 

21.727 


1.787 

6.037 

983 

959 

10.203 


1 .357 

1.530 
698 
631 

7.935 


369 
1 ,232 

285 
372 

2,882 


83 

215 

58 

75 

628 


1 1.258 

31.795 

7.906 

5.880 

60,361 


85 

31b 

70 

71 

581 


2.9U5 

13.267 

2.019 

2.711 

20.098 


P 


Niagara Falls 


in 




n 




1? 




n 


New York Mills 


10 

192 

1 .121 

83 

15 

781 

3.873 


16 

330 

891 

13 

27 

190 

2,56b 


'1.327 

19.125 

131.1 18 

5.088 

1.033 

50.913 

45P, 385 


811 

13.750 

122.876 

1.292 

3.695 

44, 907 

422,953 


105 

5.072 

15.011 

155 

103 

3.550 

51.439 


50 

2.021 

6.110 

209 

153 

1 .660 

21.319 


29 

1 .589 

1.851 

139 

120 

1 ,201 

16,448 


11 

191 

1 .315 

86 

15 

870 

3.891 


8 

101 

336 

15 

12 

156 

813 


253 
12.353 
32.662 

91 1 
372 

1 3,800 

108,811 


11 
98 

253 
13 
10 

196 

825 


116 

3,581 

8,905 

708 

591 

5.863 

11 .115 


u 




T> 


Utlca 


Ifi 




17 


Yorkvllle 


18 
19 


Remainder of County 

Onondaga County 


?r\ 


112 
98 
55 
63 

61 
106 

2.632 
746 

836 


62 
60 
37 

11 

35 
70 

1 ,800 
460 

570 


9.869 
9.115 
5.862 
5.955 
5.319 
8.920 
339,283 
65,032 

75.505 


9.225 

8.571 

5.106 

6.151 

4.701 

8.152 

321.753 

58.674 

69.717 


779 
912 
508 
711 

631 
587 

41,501 
5,780 

7.111 


31 1 
301 
187 
268 
264 
251 
17, 364 

2,403 

2.921 


219 
215 
139 
199 
193 
175 
13,508 
1 ,770 

2,319 


117 

101 
59 
55 
72 

107 
2.598 

784 

801 


20 
23 

9 

12 

6 

21 

575 

144 

117 


3.006 
3.025 
1 .025 
2.175 

1 ,865 

5, 15C 

58.812 

23,482 

15.157 


21 
27 

15 
15 
14 
28 
547 
159 

172 


581 
632 

51 1 

1 .001 

633 

771 

30.396 

6.511 

7.119 


?^ 




?? 




?i 




?A 




?*i 




?fS 




27 


Remainder of County 


?9 




191 
296 
319 

2.379 


113 
218 
209 

1.505 


19.175 
31 .860 
21.170 

205.157 


18.077 
30.111 
21 .525 

185.883 


2.039 
3.576 
1 .729 

18.175 


757 

1 .153 

691 

5.881 


605 

1 ,161 

553 

5,720 


150 
258 
376 

2.180 


29 
55 
53 

119 


1,616 
5,335 

1,185 

51,109 


35 
51 

76 

578 


1 ,673 

3,187 
2,2o9 

17,109 


in 




11 








33 
3A 
35 
36 
3-? 
38 




77 

52 

375 

780 

228 

86 

51 

707 

353 


13 

18 

251 

171 

121 

50 

50 

115 

239 


6.151 

5.219 

36.950 

71 .228 

17.892 

5.921 

5.893 

55.550 

31 .001 


5,521 

1.971 

31.930 

51.158 

15.155 

5.131 

5.51 1 

19.792 

28.521 


119 

360 

1.070 

7.011 

1 .112 

191 

190 

1.186 

2.675 


165 

152 

1.505 

2.506 

575 

185 

190 

1 .606 

1 .091 


132 

120 

1 ,232 

2,077 
193 
155 
161 

1 ,339 

821 


92 

59 

381 

800 

237 

89 

55 

717 

360 


8 

7 

52 

166 

19 

18 

12 

127 

82 


1,230 

975 

7,979 

15.165 
6.182 
2.383 
1.513 

17.682 

8,101 


17 
15 
90 

150 
17 
20 
15 

223 

61 


565 

52b 

2,231 

1,902 

1 .381 

396 

181 

6.622 

1 .831 


Highland Falls 
















-'.1 


Orleans County 






103 
136 
111 

1 .011 


77 
96 
66 

510 


10.223 
13.782 
5.996 

70.318 


9.507 

13.115 

5.958 

52.928 


930 

1 .238 

508 

5.120 


381 
198 
215 

2.503 


297 
373 
151 

2,019 


101 
131 
125 

1 .001 


19 
21 
39 

205 


2.705 
3.601 
2.095 

18.903 


20 
16 
25 

230 


601 
128 
802 

5.530 




Medina 


H 












257 
337 

120 

775 


167 
215 
258 

490 


21 .255 
21.595 
21.397 

62.81 1 


19.270 
22.177 
21.181 

57.113 


2,095 
2,226 

1 .799 

5.055 


820 
919 
731 

2.339 


676 

753 

590 

1 ,982 


211 
339 

118 

781 


53 

81 
71 

131 


5.B13 
7.527 
5.163 

12.096 


52 
81 
97 

138 


1 .531 
1 .781 
2.215 

3.932 










A9 




•in 




93 
292 

391 

382 

15,877 
1 .688 


59 
188 
213 

211 

10. 319 
988 


7.817 
28.152 
25.812 

31 .311 

1 .576.976 
138.439 


7.205 
26.171 
23.751 

28.291 

1 .443.038 

123, 389 


578 
3.373 

2.001 

2.131 

163,081 
14,353 


272 

1 .310 

727 

813 

55,619 
5.611 


213 

1 ,126 

613 

692 

41,586 

4,498 


113 
279 
392 

388 

15,799 
1 .711 


16 
37 
81 

73 

4,869 
116 


1 .505 
5.381 
5.209 

6.870 

543,251 
37.019 


9 
52 
77 

108 

2.845 
312 


335 

1 ,821 
1,776 

2,810 

143,259 
10,961 


11 




*>? 








54 


Queens County (Queens Borough 


'>') 




IfS 


Hooslck Falls 


90 
139 

1 .079 
380 

2.118 
1.056 


56 

89 

639 

201 

1.202 
681 


5.005 
10.552 
99.222 
22.550 

164.521 
97.351 


5.183 
9.166 
89,558 
19.182 

141,108 
87.538 


123 
993 

11 ,469 
1 .168 

14,993 
8.301 


179 
385 

4,42 
525 

5,295 
2.986 


116 

310 

3,577 

165 

4,250 
2.325 


102 

150 

1 .075 

387 

2.193 
1 .129 


17 

13 

3U5 

80 

579 
190 


1 ,701 

3,701 

26,079 

5,668 

59, 312 
28,151 


17 
29 
191 
105 

448 
21 1 


336 

1 ,160 
6,81 1 
2,6=7 

15.702 
B,91 1 


*>? 




'>fl 




'>q 




60 


Richmond Ccxmty (Richmond Borough 


61 


Rockland County 


6? 




HO 
171 
1 
151 
108 
21 
158 


M 

123 

Z 

100 

80 

11 

280 


13.158 

18.571 

(Dl 

15.331 

12.083 

831 

(D) 


11.922 

17.101 

ID) 

15.031 

11.371 

506 

(D) 


1.130 
1 .579 
(01 
1 .259 
1 .100 

(1! 


380 
592 
(D> 
121 
385 
20 
(D) 


293 

171 
(Dl 
311 
337 
15 
(D) 


117 
171 
(Dl 
157 
1 13 
25 
(0) 


31 

15 
1 

11 

21 
7 

71 


1,131 

5,191 

ID) 

1,167 

1,795 

261 

(D) 


28 

25 

21 

1 1 

6 

1 17 


820 
901 

1 ,155 
565 
120 

5,317 


61 


Nyack 


M 




6*) 


Spring Valley 


66 




67 




6fl 









Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $600. 



Represents zero. 



NEW YORK 



32-11 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 









Kind-of -business group— Continued 


-= 


General merchandise 
group 


Appa 

son 


rel, acces- 
ES stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline servi<» 
stations 


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


Drug stores. 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail Stores 


Nonstore retailers 


i 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number 


Sales 

ISl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sals 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
Ush- 
ments 

(No.) 


.Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

lish- 

menta 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(No.) 


Sales 

($1.0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Numljer 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
menta 

(Number 


Sales 

($1,000) 


■3 


1 
9 
6 
1 
113 


(D) 
631 
466 
652 
21,175 


2 

30 

19 

1? 

292 


(D) 

1 ,758 

612 

489 

33,651 


4 

23 

11 

IC 

242 


56 

2. 381 

1. 120 

1.219 

24, 849 


1 (D) 
46 12.112 

2 (D) 

3 573 
160 75.775 


9 
52 
18 

e 

482 


39 3 
4, 250 
1,939 

731 
39.034 


3 
17 
15 

7 
271 


139 

2.880 

1.355 

542 

43.894 


2 (D) 7 

16 1.043 63 

5 (D) 34 

4 713 16 

62 17.082 668 


333 

4.759 

3.138 

8 36 

63.902 


2 (D) 
IS 1,962 
15 2.904 

3 (D) 
339 16.597 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


1.072 


596,607 


5.079 


742.714 


2.026 


287. 342 


235 


192.807 


31 1 


35,305 


581 


58.714 


975 


1 1 , 1 32 


6,646 


519.220 


1,890 


116.596 


6 


55 


19,792 


177 


15,551 


132 


10,4fi7 


89 


39,178 


232 


14,559 


118 


24,604 


60 


5,548 


281 








7 


11 
22 

14 


14f149 
979 
719 


42 

112 

15 

8 


11,908 
563 
389 


34 
55 
17 
15 


2,415 

6,572 

1 ,134 

345 


17 
35 

12 
25 


8,431 

20,104 

5,313 

4,330 


37 

111 

32 

52 


2,877 
6,996 
1 ,769 
2,917 


17 
39 

18 
44 


2,960 
8,248 
6,654 

6.742 


10 

32 

8 

10 


1,243 

3,636 

636 

1,033 


51 

171 

31 

28 


4.192 
10.862 

(d1 

(D) 


1 1 

36 

3 

10 


335 

1 ,286 
(D) 
(D) 


8 

9 

10 

11 


93 


19.702 


269 


18,756 


141 


12,352 


119 


39.i77 


283 


15,245 


123 


19, "276 


69 


5,565 


419 


28.179 






1? 


15 

US 

3 

• •• 

30 


4 (344 

13,224 

128 

2,006 


4B 

188 

2 

1 

27 


3,610 

13,871 

(0) 

(D) 

807 


3 

29 

67 

7 

2 

33 


(Dl 

2,439 

7,719 

266 

ID) 

1 ,31 1 


1 
29 

44 
2 
6 

37 


ID) 

8,845 

21,125 

IDl 

858 

8,428 


6 

49 
94 
10 

5 
1 19 


174 

2,777 

6,652 

301 

803 

4,538 


2 
23 

42 
4 
1 

51 


(Dl 
4,260 
8,590 
1 ,703 

101 
4,647 


1 

1 1 
41 

2 

1 

13 


(Dl 

1,487 

3,582 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1,063 


2 

79 

222 

16 

5 

95 


(Dl 

5.123 

1 4 . 299 

340 

(D) 

7.868 


• • • 

10 

92 

9 

2 

27 


(Dl 
303 
3,488 
89 
(Dl 
582 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
16 


99 


53,108 


275 


34,609 


155 


17,819 


170 


87,008 


378 


22,581 


179 


27.559 


104 


12.087 


559 


33.746 


305 


1 1 .882 


19 


1 
2 
2 
1 
5 
58 
25 


(01 
(^) 
(Dl 
(D) 
2u9 
50,016 
(D) 


8 
2 
2 
2 
4 
5 
228 
24 


212 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
130 
143 
32,791 
1.007 


5 
2 

5 
2 
7 
1 
119 
24 


(Dl 
(Dl 
217 
(Dl 

731 

(01 

15,343 

1 .046 


4 
6 
3 

4 
1 
3 

1 14 
35 


2,949 
(Dl 
IDl 
101 
(D) 
297 
70,294 
(D) 


d 

10 

7 

7 

8 

7 

232 

99 


453 
597 

571 
641 
596 
385 
14,411, 
4. 829 


12 

8 

2 
5 
3 
8 
76 
64 


1 ,157 
913 

IDl 
IDl 
151 
955 
14,496 
8,028 


2 

2 

2 
1 

2 

2 

71 

22 


(D) 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(D) 
(01 
8.021 
(D) 


25 
12 
3 

12 
12 
13 
388 
93 


572 
394 
(Dl 
395 
326 
584 
24,620 
(D) 


2 
5 
5 

"3 

9 

224 
57 


(01 

3b 

75 

• •• 

(D) 

155 

10,064 

(0) 


20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 


28 


4,539 


60 


3,914 


47 


3,209 


55 


16,253 


92 


4,289 


58 


7,837 


20 


1.897 


133 


9,451 


24 


1 ,190 


?B 


9 
12 


1 ,060 

2,931 

528 


17 
35 

8 


1,426 

2,350 

128 


14 
21 

12 


758 

1 ,940 
51 1 


17 
14 
24 


4,831 
6,296 
5,125 


13 
17 
62 


92L 

852 

2,507 


15 
13 
30 


1 ,307 
2.598 
3.932 


4 
9 

7 


592 
922 
383 


34 
52 
47 


(D) 

3,571 

(D) 


5 

10 

8 


538 
(Dl 


29 

30 
31 


81 


14,864 


221 


12,962 


1 16 


10,237 


1 16 


38,515 


209 


9,472 


117 


15,543 


60 


4.820 


352 


24.352 


80 


2.873 


I'' 


2 

5 

1 1 

19 

5 
5 

^ 

32 


(01 
21 1 
3|403 
7,9L'5 
828 
2i9 
264 
(D) 


3 

6 

44 

12t 

21 

6 

4 

17 


72 
248 
3,685 
7,123 
951 
233 
147 
502 


5 

1 

25 

42 

10 

6 

4 

23 


57 

(D) 

3,467 

4,058 

1 ,017 

319 

237 

(D) 


4 

6 

15 

4u 

13 

1 

3 

34 


2,312 

2,350 

6,684 

13,330 

2,830 

(D) 

1 ,357 

(D) 


6 

34 
54 
20 
4 
4 
83 


333 

(Dl 

1,477 

3,022 

504 

252 

(D) 

3,522 


3 

3 
20 
25 
13 

3 

8 

42 


544 

148 

2,513 

5,451 

1 ,208 

256 

538 

4,785 


2 

1 

12 

18 

6 

3 

2 

16 


(D) 
(D) 
975 

1.410 
525 
108 
(D) 

1.326 


21 
IS 
51 
109 
35 
18 
7 
95 


859 
434 
4.233 
5.053 
2.033 
1,251 
939 
8,540 


4 
3 
1 1 
37 
9 
2 

14 


134 
(01 
312 
1.499 
430 
(D) 
(01 
368 


33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 


16 


1,576 


24 


1 ,502 


18 


1,265 


19 


5,623 


49 


1,785 


25 


3,209 


10 


7-'2 


44 


4.323 


5 


711 


41 


2 

11 

3 


(0) 

1,013 

(D) 


12 

12 

• •• 


778 
724 


7 
8 

3 


556 
587 
122 


a 

9 

2 


(D) 

3,093 
(Dl 


11 
22 
16 


531 
681 
473 


9 
8 
8 


1 ,305 

881 

1 ,022 


3 

4 

3 


211 
454 
107 


12 
19 
13 


531 
(D) 
(D) 


• • • 

3 
2 


(0) 
(D) 


42 
43 
44 


39 


5,279 


59 


3,017 


46 


3,173 


47 


1 1 , 804 


1 17 


4,941 


62 


5,565 


23 


2,378 


147 


9,181 


39 


477 


45 


9 
9 

21 


2,0!^2 
1 ,868 
1 ,359 


32 

7 


1.027 

1 ,739 

251 


15 
15 
16 


1 ,475 
959 

738 


1 1 
13 
23 


3.703 
4,212 
3,889 


28 
2o 
61 


1,512 
1.322 
2.107 


15 

7 
40 


1 ,358 
1,110 
3,097 


4 

7 

12 


490 
917 
971 


36 
52 
59 


2,100 
2,958 
4,113 


14 
12 
13 


94 
189 
194 


46 
47 
48 


36 


6,577 


51 


2,024 


33 


1 ,429 


44 


1 1 ,519 


7j 


3.032 


51 


5,889 


15 


1 ,401 


162 


14,169 


25 


743 


49 


5 

9 

22 


4U6 

5,330 

799 


10 
3C 
11 


269 

1.331 

424 


5 
15 
12 


259 

942 
228 


11 
16 

17 


2,204 
5,250 
4,055 


£ 
24 

50 


ID) 

1,057 

(D) 


4 
21 
36 


700 
2,297 
2,892 


2 
5 
8 


(Dl 
820 
(D) 


28 
64 
70 


1 ,669 
3,369 

9,131 


• • • 
19 

7 


(Dl 
554 
(D) 


50 
51 
5: 


17 


744 


14 


(D) 


19 


tD) 


21 


9,360 


46 


1 ,836 


31 


4,758 


8 


888 


36 


(D) 


9 


177 


5; 


475 


104,928 


1 ,402 


119.867 


768 


90.563 


330 


218,685 


804 


65,302 


fB 


59, 168 


666 


39,515 


2. 101 


149,554 


1,039 


42,884 


54 


47 


9,2C5 


125 


15,269 


75 


7,714 


64 


23.392 


146 


7,821 


57 


4,995 


47 


3,139 


250 


13,393 


78 


S.498 


55 


1 
27 

1" 


270 

(D) 

7,441 

(D) 


5 

3 

1 16 

2 


(D) 

71 

15.075 

(Dl 


3 

5 

58 
8 


223 

1,002 

6,258 

231 


9 

4 
36 
15 


1 ,982 

ID) 

16,452 

(D) 


13 
13 
73 

47 


41B 
1,07! 
4,002 
2,331- 


3 

8 

25 

21 


238 

853 

2,147 

1 ,757 


5 

7 

30 

5 


213 

509 

2,188 

229 


12 

20 

164 

54 


511 
1 ,527 
7,673 
3,682 


1 

5 
53 

19 


101 

134 

5.096 

(D) 


56 
57 
58 
59 


84 


B, 179 


149 


10.550 


87 


7.200 


65 


25,971 


125 


6.113 


92 


6,640 


70 


4,575 


330 


17,639 


89 


2.643 


60 


40 


2,7o0 


92 


5.498 


53 


4,267 


50 


18,802 


96 


4.569 


59 


9,542 


35 


2.377 


180 


8,814 


49 


3.243 




12 

I'l 


697 

3<:4 


9 

34 


558 
2.471 


4 
15 


829 
1 ,043 


6 

1 1 


2,1 10 
4,757 


10 

11 


354 
559 


6 
9 


1 ,872 
641 


5 

5 


376 
415 


22 
31 


828 
1 ,512 


7 
5 


283 
331 


62 

63 


• • ■ 

7 

• • • 

7 


• ■ • 
356 
443 

• • • 

4oO 


• •• 
12 
17 

• •■ 

20 


566 
1 .003 

900 


7 

7 

2 

18 


751 
507 
(D) 
(D) 


1 
8 

4 

20 


IDl 

5,056 

1 ,914 

• •• 

(D) 


5 
3 

64 


397 

181 

3. 158 


6 
9 

29 


• • • 

1 ,747 
991 

4,291 


5 

4 

1 

16 


306 
343 
(Dl 
(0) 


22 
22 

5 
78 


799 
1 ,120 

139 
4,416 


2 
11 

6 

18 


(D) 
721 
120 

• •• 
(0) 


64 
65 
66 
67 
68 



82-12 



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 | 


6 

2; 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire year 

(Si.ooo) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (unin- 
corporated 
businesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Food stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


' 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, aU 

establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
pavroU 

($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


FlUl 

workweek 
(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


T 


St. Lawrence Comity 


1 .245 


775 


96.093 


84.577 


6.374 


3.636 


3.029 


1 .254 


269 


23.745 


232 


7.173 


7 




103 
99 
238 
235 
120 
450 

1 .092 


64 
73 
162 
143 
98 
230 

648 


7.330 
1 1 .768 
21 .982 
19.360 
14.900 
20.733 

72.228 


6.796 
1 1.206 
19.928 
17.236 
14.372 
15.037 

63.662 


745 
1 .218 
1 .906 
1 .693 
1 .466 
1 .074 

6.206 


552 

487 
855 
826 
635 

463 

2.455 


297 
425 
707 
669 
520 
391 

1 .966 


103 
97 
242 
218 
105 
489 

1 .174 


19 
19 
58 
50 
21 
102 

218 


1.457 
2.867 
5.367 
5.021 
3.629 
5.404 

21.162 


18 
15 
41 
35 
26 
97 

286 


556 
721 

1 .578 
956 
995 

2.255 

8.065 


3 








5 
6 


Ogdensburg 


7 




fl 


Saratoga County 






138 
60 

169 

311 
44 
54 

316 

1,725 


76 
38 
85 

221 
18 
40 

170 

1 , 123 


9.776 
3.955 
11 .573 
22.739 
3.739 
3.032 
17.414 

177,613 


8.488 
3.375 
9.995 

21 .369 
3.245 
2.860 

14.330 

164,189 


775 

251 

1 .017 

2.606 

232 

200 

1.125 

20.045 


277 
98 
474 
696 
87 
103 
520 

7,610 


232 

86 

369 

774 

78 

61 

366 

6, 147 


131 
61 

192 

328 
51 
62 

349 

1 .742 


40 
14 
31 
54 
7 
15 
57 

396 


3.214 
1.466 
3.166 
3.333 

1 .410 
1 .845 
6.746 

49.409 


27 
lo 
39 

92 

9 

14 

95 

341 


567 
291 
888 

3.366 
366 
278 

2.267 

12.669 


















14- 




15 
16 




Schenectady County 


17 




1,t8 3 
109 
133 

335 


947 
85 
91 

205 


156. 9b5 

12.635 

8.026 

24.649 


144,674 
12.317 
7.198 

21.731 


18,084 

1 .214 

747 

1 .850 


6,824 
449 
337 

717 


5,542 
349 
256 

600 


1 .495 
106 
141 

370 


351 
23 
22 

60 


42.860 
5.097 
1 .432 

4.650 


285 
17 
39 

61 


10.742 

800 

1 .127 

1 .413 










20 


Schoharie County 






81 
254 

209 


55 
150 

127 


9.905 
14.744 

12.530 


6.965 
12.766 

10.754 


811 
1 .039 

780 


291 
425 

348 


245 
355 

263 


79 
291 

242 


10 
50 

41 


1 .969 
2.861 

3.422 


9 
52 

46 


296 
1 .117 

1 .249 


22 




?1 








94 
115 

382 


72 
55 

246 


6.565 
5.945 

27.055 


6.143 
4.61 1 

24.285 


465 
315 

2.127 


203 

145 

671 


163 
120 

666 


103 
139 

399 


15 
25 

54 


1.503 
1.919 

5.830 


23 
25 

90 


559 
690 

2.718 


25 
26 






27 




126 
99 
157 

1 .024 


92 

59 
95 

772 


10.496 

5.8J1 

10.668 

87.267 


9.988 
5.101 
9.196 

81 .263 


973 
428 
726 

7.903 


380 
196 
293 

3.398 


290 
148 
228 

2.666 


122 
106 
171 

1 .045 


24 
20 
20 

203 


3.027 
2.173 
1 .630 

22.422 


35 
20 
35 

208 


873 

757 

1 .088 

5.597 


28 








3n 








127 
49 
226 
231 
391 

4,641 


109 
33 

184 
175 
271 

3,197 


13.667 
2.935 
23.570 
22.357 
24.538 

475,550 


13.565 
2.577 
22.414 
21. 163 
21 .544 

440,5 32 


1 .264 
214 
2.294 
2.464 
1 .647 

42,422 


527 

90 

914 

1.112 

755 

13,796 


4l9 
75 
736 
866 
588 

1 1 , 782 


120 
46 
241 
211 
427 

4.781 


17 
16 
39 

47 
84 

817 


2.729 

981 
6,273 
5.718 
6.721 

131.154 


20 
6 
52 
38 
92 

947 


847 

152 

1 .844 

1.271 

2.583 

35.212 


32 








34 








36 


Suffolk County 




194 
210 

65 
197 

81 

272 

136 

3.466 

1.C58 


128 
144 

63 
133 

59 

i9;i 

1 10 
2.370 

668 


24.714 
24.663 

6.560 
20.469 

7.443 

36,559 

15.258 

339.884 

77.064 


22.630 

23.005 
6.056 

16.915 
6.929 

34,519 

14.606 
313.870 

70.524 


2.239 

2.126 
647 

1 .600 
663 

3,49 3 

1 .446 
30.208 

5.636 


624 
529 
201 
591 
206 

1 , 164 
456 

9.923 

1 .840 


544 
570 
173 
452 
180 
991 
412 
6.460 

1 .590 


193 
226 

87 
222 

79 

286 

127 

3.561 

1.118 


40 
13 
32 
13 
42 
19 
627 

237 


5.360 
10.167 
3.029 
7.642 
2.046 
9.015 
3.721 
89.974 

19.798 


26 
33 

16 
49 
17 
39 
22 
745 

221 


1 .134 
1 .416 

850 
1 .5o4 

549 
1 .259 

820 
27.600 

5.565 






39 
40 


Greenport 


41 




42 




43 
44 


Southampton 


45 








149 
182 
727 

356 


105 
132 
451 

230 


14.984 
17,812 
44.268 

31.383 


13.936 
16.990 
59.596 

27.751 


1.295 
1 .51 1 
2.632 

2.213 


511 
403 
926 

901 


395 
375 

620 

720 


146 
196 
776 

369 


26 
32 

179 

53 


3.858 
6.U19 
9iS21 

7.459 


24 
33 

154 

53 


1 .229 
1 .336 
4.000 

1 .449 


47 




48 


Remainder of County 


50 




107 
1 15 

134 

598 


73 
83 

74 

418 


10.449 

8.034 

12.900 

63.109 


9.293 

7.356 
1 1 . 1 02 

59.135 


866 
690 
637 

6.601 


340 
315 
246 

2.621 


283 
232 

205 

2.078 


1 15 
118 
136 

606 


17 
19 
27 

112 


2.469 
2.555 

2.334 

15.858 


11 

24 
18 

99 


369 
522 
536 

4.465 


51 
52 

53 


Waverly 

Remainder of County 


54 




409 
189 

1.519 


309 
109 

869 


47.843 
15.266 

1 10.426 


46.077 
13.056 

96.626 


5.755 
1 .046 

9.406 


2.239 
382 

3.662 


1 .793 
265 

3.057 


412 
194 

1 .596 


64 
46 

314 


10.554 
5.304 

27.183 


74 
25 

337 


3.815 
671 

9.177 














120 
551 
141 
707 

755 


90 
331 

87 
361 

523 


10.592 

52.912 

8.287 

38.635 

67.465 


9.838 
47.732 

7.185 
32.071 

62.649 


902 
5.200 

688 
2.616 

7.320 


322 

1 .932 
297 

1.111 

2.654 


262 

1 .628 

234 

913 

2.296 


129 
545 
160 
762 

745 


20 
129 

36 
129 

132 


2.664 

11.907 

2.905 

9.487 

15.927 


21 
117 

35 
154 

191 


5ti1 
3.9 9 

633 
4.064 

6.552 


58 








60 
61 


Remainder of County 




380 
375 

670 


274 
249 

368 


43.598 
23.867 

38.420 


41.186 
21.463 

32.372 


5.226 
2.094 

2.665 


1 .965 
689 

1 . 164 


1 .704 
592 

952 


353 
392 

692 


72 
50 

180 


10.703 
5.224 

11.115 


66 
123 

138 


2.427 
4.125 

3.089 


63 


Remainder of County 


65 




81 
B4 

141 
94 

270 

859 


37 

54 

69 

54 

154 

573 


4.259 
6.134 
7.248 
5.276 
1 5 . 50 1 

120.756 


3.227 

5.492 

5.912 

4.520 

13.221 

1 14.746 


280 
464 
597 
343 
961 

9, 693 


1 10 
207 
260 
166 
421 

5,489 


100 
161 
214 
127 
350 

2,792 


89 
86 

142 
97 

278 

B65 


30 
15 
42 
20 
73 

148 


1 .539 
1.536 
2.427 
1.U21 
4.091 

15.193 


18 
19 

27 
2) 
53 

155 


356 
438 
573 

442 
1 .180 

4.375 










66 


Whitehall 






70 




71 


Lyons 


95 
195 

98 
471 


67 
129 
66 

311 


6.923 
69,872 

8.140 
35.621 


6.423 
68, 310 

7.520 
32.493 


530 
6, 196 

535 
2.412 


231 
2,028 

227 
1.003 


169 

1 ,674 

152 

797 


104 
178 
101 
502 


15 
23 

11 
99 


1.462 
3.595 
1.774 
8.362 


15 
29 
21 

90 


505 
1 .097 

539 
2.234 






74 


Remainder of County 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW YORK 



32-13 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kmd-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 

















Kind-of -business group — Continued 
















General merchandise 
group 


Apparel, acces- 
soiies stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


Gasoline service 
stations 


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


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail stores 


NoDstore retaileiB 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numlier) 


Sales 
(11,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numljer) 


Sales 

($1,0001 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
mente 

(No.) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Sales 

($1,000) 


1 


67 


8,051 


87 


5,678 


53 


3,373 


51 


18,272 


173 


5,999 


79 


7,412 


21 


2.265 


173 


12.987 


30 


1 .134 


1 


4 
6 
6 

1 1 

5 

35 


21 1 
936 
1 .419 
1 l9^7 
1 i'»30 
2.061 


8 

6 

22 

27 

14 
10 


429 
741 
1,743 
1 ,524 
935 
306 


5 
5 
15 
15 
4 
9 


140 
484 
1 ,030 
1 ,185 
305 
229 


8 
5 

17 

14 
8 
8 


913 
2.854 
5,417 
4.153 
2.970 
1.955 


9 
14 
21 
33 

15 
81 


543 

519 

1 .134 

1 .155 

693 

1 .855 


9 

10 
12 
13 
3 
32 


1 .130 
1 .142 
1 .313 
993 
1 .167 
1 .667 


2 
2 

3 
4 
2 
8 


(D) 
ID) 
(D) 
377 
ID) 
210 


18 
14 
36 
28 
21 
56 


973 
1 .004 
2.283 
1 .836 
2.223 
4.668 


3 

2 
7 
5 
1 
12 


ID) 

(D) 
(0) 
163 
ID) 
)12 


2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 


"H 


3i21 1 


65 


2l949 


60 


2.608 


45 


13.244 


118 


4.699 


49 


4.996 


22 


1 .729 


168 


g, 137 


20 


408 


H 


6 
2 

b 

2 


232 

ID) 

581 

1 ,675 

(CJI 
651 


10 
5 
16 
28 
• • • 
3 
3 


495 
143 
725 
1 l410 
• • • 
39 
137 


1 1 
2 
6 

20 
5 
2 

14 


342 
(01 
313 
1 .355 
1 10 
ID) 
310 


It 
5 
8 
13 
1 

'l4 


2.085 

(D) 

2.639 

5,657 

10) 

1 .635 


9 

4 

18 

23 

6 
3 

55 


276 

279 

697 

1 . 141 

234 

154 

1 .908 


5 
4 
8 
9 
4 
4 
15 


929 
161 
951 

1 .037 
257 
256 

1 .405 


2 
2 
4 
7 
• • • 
2 
5 


(0) 
ID) 
279 
687 
• • • 
(D) 
339 


19 
12 
32 
51 
12 
6 
36 


(D) 
434 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
208 
1.968 


5 

• • • 

2 
5 

• • • 

3 
4 


141 
• • • 

ID) 
10) 

57 

26 


9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 


37 


\6,bb>* 


140 


13,827 


82 


8.136 


69 


24.818 


140 


8.847 


88 


12.785 


53 


4.889 


294 


18.389 


85 


7.190 


16 


3'* 
2 
1 


16,555 
10) 
ID) 


135 

5 

• •• 


13,684 
143 

• • a 


72 
1 
9 


7.398 

(D) 
(D) 


58 
9 
2 


22.034 
(D) 
ID) 


108 
16 
16 


7.085 
962 
799 


71 
6 
1 1 


1 1 .269 

403 

1 .113 


45 
6 
2 


4,167 

(D) 
(D) 


255 
15 

24 


15.200 
1 .790 
1.399 


69 
9 

7 


S.937 

(D) 
(D) 


17 
18 
19 


26 


1,652 


9 


386 


15 


578 


24 


5.274 


55 


2.114 


28 


2.384 


5 


397 


47 


5.503 


5 


98 


?0 


22 


690 
962 


5 
4 


267 
119 


7 
8 


265 
313 


8 
16 


1 .760 
3.514 


10 
45 


729 
1.385 


5 
23 


1 .035 
1 .349 


2 
3 


(d) 

(D) 


18 
29 


2.610 
2.893 


3 
2 


(D) 
(0) 


21 
22 


5 


25t 


IC 


407 


16 


570 


14 


2.952 


27 


1 .046 


14 


1 .045 


3 


194 


21 


1,235 


10 


134 


?3 


1 


(D) 


6 

u 


247 
160 


7 
9 


243 
327 


8 

6 


2 1 330 
■332 


9 
16 


454 
592 


6 
8 


380 
566 


2 

1 


ID) 
(D) 


15 
6 


611 
625 


2 
8 


ID) 

(D) 


24 
25 


7 


5116 


25 


1,004 


27 


850 


22 


6.656 


56 


2,945 


27 


2.002 


8 


802 


46 


2*656 


8 


36 


25 


2 
3 
2 


ID) 
ICl 
lU) 


13 
6 
6 


658 
169 
177 


10 
4 
13 


534 
115 
200 


7 

3 

12 


2.551 

694 

3.41 1 


12 
12 

34 


658 

781 

1 .495 


7 

5 

15 


579 

252 

1.171 


1 

2 
5 


(d) 

(D) 
(D) 


13 
18 
15 


802 

640 

1.224 


2 
5 


(o)' 

(D) 
• • ■ 


27 
28 
29 


«2 


6.5H5 


85 


5,512 


52 


3.818 


72 


1 8 . 1 48 


94 


5.878 


57 


7.493 


21 


2.008 


153 


8.348 


17 


398 


30 


7 

1 1 
6 
IP 


B95 

2, am 

2,098 
1,111 


14 
3 
29 
26 
13 


1 ,12) 

120 

1 ,839 

2,031 
401 


5 

3 

16 

15 

13 


629 

231 
1 .209 
1 .300 

449 


13 

16 
20 
23 


4.082 

6.013 
4,097 
3.956 


13 
5 
18 
15 
42 


561 

224 

1.365 

1 .149 

2.479 


9 
3 

4 
14 
37 


1 .119 

243 

437 

2.454 

3.230 


3 
1 
6 
3 

a 


230 
(D) 
(D) 
527 
425 


24 
12 
33 

40 
54 


(D) 

(D) 

1 ,443 

1 .487 

3.105 


2 

"2 

6 

7 


ID) 
• • • 

(0) 

215 

77 


31 
32 
33 

34 
35 


163 


20.1*97 


383 


25(789 


228 


17.763 


246 


77.632 


511 


26.423 


302 


59.746 


115 


11.018 


725 


60 . 8 1 4 


203 


9.502 


36 


2 

10 

2 

2 

13 

3 

127 


(01 
537 
ID) 
3»U 
ID) 
H.765 
737 
13,1169 


20 
23 
13 
17 
3 
38 
18 
251 


1 ,197 
1,004 

536 
1 ,594 

379 

2,862 

1 ,137 

17,080 


8 

14 

4 

8 

4 

18 

6 

166 


549 
914 
206 
571 
148 
1 .947 
260 
13.068 


18 

16 

3 

4 

4 

16 

10 

175 


8.880 

4.383 

312 

221 

1 .787 

6.128 

3.945 

51 .476 


13 

9 

5 

20 

1 1 

25 

14 

414 


581 
623 

229 

1 .128 

284 

1 .205 

546 

21 .827 


15 
9 
6 

20 
4 

12 

6 

229 


2.121 

1 . 167 

(D) 

3.323 

ID) 

2.102 

1 .807 

48.251 


4 

7 
4 
4 
1 

9 

3 

83 


(D) 
708 
79 
550 
ID) 
745 
420 
8.025 


37 

44 
15 
22 

15 

47 

31 

514 


3.548 
3.093 
760 
2.293 
1.134 
5.653 
1 .757 
42.556 


19 

5 

3 
17 

7 
13 

4 
)35 


551 
151 
72 
919 
285 
868 
108 
6.538 


37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 


69 


2,666 


55 


3,486 


39 


2.399 


52 


12.547 


113 


3,306 


64 


7.585 


34 


2.402 


134 


15,108 


40 


1 .102 


45 


P 

e 

53 


353 

397 

1 ,916 


17 
16 
22 


1 ,353 

1 ,216 

917 


3 
12 

24 


657 

543 
1.189 


10 

11 

31 


2.879 
3.B92 
5.B75 


15 
12 
86 


570 

496 

2.24C 


5 

15 
43 


1 .188 
1 .726 
4.671 


6 

6 

22 


410 

528 

1.464 


25 
25 

82 


2.357 

983 

11 .768 


8 
11 
21 


120 
276 
706 


45 
47 
48 


20 


1 iHllt 


27 


1 ,172 


19 


650 


25 


5.282 


59 


2.501 


22 


2.107 


7 


446 


53 


8.733 


8 


170 


49 


5 

3 

12 


497 

(D) 

(n) 


12 

14 

1 


(d) 

623 

ID) 


6 

8 

5 


176 
368 
106 


10 
8 

7 


2.545 
1.228 
1.509 


18 
14 
27 


967 
787 
747 


9 

4 
9 


956 
382 
759 


2 
4 

1 


(0) 
207 
(0) 


17 
13 
23 


1 .768 

597 

6.358 


4 

4 


(D) 
(D) 


50 
51 
52 


18 


5,555 


51 


3,493 


37 


2.548 


35 


10.955 


61 


4.145 


33 


4.356 


14 


2.058 


122 


9.307 


16 


346 


53 


13 


5,231 
324 


43 

8 


3,330 

163 


26 

1 1 


2.089 
459 


22 
13 


9.091 
1 .865 


44 
17 


3.328 
818 


15 
17 


2.578 
1 .678 


1 1 

3 


1.279 
779 


90 
32 


6.332 

2.975 


6 
10 


1 15 
230 


51 

55 


76 


8,051 


106 


5,524 


82 


4.387 


57 


16,508 


153 


5.425 


77 


12.937 


43 


2.941 


215 


16.172 


48 


1.121 


55 


6 
2) 

u 

145 


2-3 

5,562 

629 

W557 


1 1 
66 
13 
16 


442 

4,302 

434 

346 


12 
35 

1 1 
24 


768 

2.488 

363 

768 


8 

19 

3 

27 


1.883 
8.820 
1 .432 
4.373 


5 

37 

12 

108 


328 

2.070 

553 

3.474 


9 
22 

5 

40 


1 .773 

6.219 

463 

4.482 


5 
15 

3 
19 


(D) 

1 .491 

(D) 

930 


21 
69 

12 
1 14 


1,334 

5.561 

392 

8.885 


1 
20 

5 
21 


ID) 
513 
(D) 
259 


57 
58 
59 
60 


iZ 










3,01 3 


50 


13.876 


65 


P. 931 


P4 


5.052 


26 


2.110 


105 


5l<i02 


i<> 


835 


51 


8 
21 


5,631 
758 


46 
12 


5,176 
341 


30 
16 


2,630 
383 


21 
29 


5,683 
7.193 


23 

42 


1 ,559 
1 .372 


12 
12 


3.057 
1 .995 


14 
12 


1 .334 
775 


69 
35 


3.662 
1 .540 


17 
9 


686 
ISO 


52 
63 


2M 


1 ,484 


32 


1.191 


19 


785 


29 


4.453 


80 


3.289 


38 


3.340 


19 


1.019 


96 


8,311 


15 


343 


64 


2 

5 
2 
2 
13 


ID) 
101 
ID) 
(D) 
577 


5 

4 
8 
5 
IC 


146 
246 
426 
163 
210 


2 
1 

7 
4 
5 


ID) 
(Dl 

231 
(D) 
158 


1 

7 

4 

7 

10 


ID) 
923 
226 

1 .160 

(D) 


12 
9 
24 
11 
24 


400 
340 
988 
491 
1 .070 


• *• 

5 

5 

3 

25 


• •• 

528 

(D) 
318 
(0) 


2 
2 

4 
2 
9 


(D) 
ID) 
335 
(0) 
355 


9 
15 
15 
16 
40 


I ,154 

1 .702 

933 

643 

3,879 


• « • 
2 

2 
3 
8 


• ■• 
(D) 
ID) 
86 
225 


6b 
55 

67 
68 
69 


"?5 


3,621 


51 


2.159 


41 


2I&10 


92 


16.780 


75 


3.513 


77 


7.448 


15 


(D) 


1 18 


10.111 


51 


(Dl 


70 


3 

5 

2 

25 


(D) 

1 ,570 

(U) 

1,653 


8 
15 

8 
20 


303 
861 
307 
688 


9 

13 

7 
12 


758 
935 
512 
405 


12 

24 

8 

48 


1 .683 
5.257 
2.095 
7l744 


9 
12 

9 
45 


255 

745 

553 

1 .960 


5 

7 

8 

57 


715 

782 

513 

5.438 


2 
3 
2 
9 


(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
688 


13 
29 
22 

54 


757 
1 .41 1 
1 .556 
5.387 


4 
35 

'12 


(D) 
ID) 

252 


71 
72 
73 
74 



32-14 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



County and city 



Table 102. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — COUNTIES; 
Total Retail — Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel; 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ment 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1.0001 



Payroll, 
entire year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors {unin- 
corporated 



only) 



Kind-of-business group 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Eating, drinking 
places 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Sales 

(Sl.OOO) 



10 
11 
12 
13 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
26 
29 

30 
31 



Westchester County. . . . 

Bronxville .^ 

Croton on Hudson,... 

Dobbs Ferry 

Elmsford 

Hastings on Hudson.. 

Irvington 

Larchmont 

Mamaroneck. 

Mount Kisco 

Mount Vernon 

[lew Rochelle 

North Pelham 

North Tarrytovm 

Ossining 

Peeksltill 

Pelham Manor 

Pleasantville 

Port Chester 

Hye 

Scarsdale 

Tarrytovm 

Tuclfahoe 

White Plains 

Yonkers 

Remainder of County. 



Wyoming County 

Attica 

Perry 

Warsaw 

Remainder of County. 



fates County 

Penn Yan 

Remainder of County. 



8.03t 



116 

52 

68 

52 

79 

35 

176 

221 

142 

962 

768 

71 

63 

213 

31* 3 

2i» 

75 

«"t9 

149 

149 

135 

130 

949 

,742 

em 



81 
164 



148 
74 



120 

40 

46 

38 

55 

17 

132 

159 

1 12 

682 

554 

471 

49 

149 

247 

20 

59 

309 

111 

127 

91 

94 

705 

. 172 

559 

266 



894,504 



62 

57 

108 



106 

52 



17i522 

4.301 

8.721 

4.543 

4.565 

2.788 

19.41 1 

20.957 

23.827 

93,712 

I'll ,271 

4.225 

7.321 

21 .915 

39.3uB 

4,686 

8.559 

37.738 

16.B39 

24.355 

14.029 

15.461 

162,165 

164,334 

71,855 

33.962 



856.964 



95,754 



16.808 
3.965 

7.945 

3.973 

4 025 

2.358 

18.551 

19.443 

23.137 

87,292 

95,76 3 

3,679 

6.903 

20. 147 

36 . 5 1 2 

4,584 

8.495 

34.384 

15.997 

23.675 

12.775 

14.475 

156, 197 

150,846 

65,035 

31 .244 



2.342 

342 

708 

457 

372 

331 

2.U55 

2.107 

2.499 

9,985 

11,2 39 

422 

605 

2.297 

4.328 

640 

938 

3.H37 

1 .781 

2.673 

1 .446 

1 .421 

19,969 

15,922 

6, 980 

2.522 



JIAH 



759 

1 15 

230 

157 

141 

96 

633 

757 

573 

3.045 

5.955 

144 

195 

588 

1 .374 

145 

250 

1 .328 

540 

1 .048 

527 

476 

6,761 

6, 186 

2,586 

1 .064 



26,626 



1 .633 



644 

99 

179 

131 

116 

83 

516 

637 

558 

2,572 

5.129 

115 

168 

590 

1 .152 

151 
236 

1.119 

444 

820 

406 

370 

5,490 

4,975 

1,948 

81 1 



133 

50 

51 

55 

78 

37 

152 

222 

125 

951 

718 

70 

64 

219 

326 

16 

63 

455 

143 

130 

133 

133 

810 

.695 

878 

416 



27 

38 

20 

225 

138 

12 

12 

35 

64 

5 

13 

88 

19 

29 

21 

32 

145 

462 

167 



74 



6(656 
1.670 
3|741 
1 .634 
1 ,592 
1 .062 
5.548 
5.033 
5.512 
24.1 10 
21 .530 
1,116 
1»»54 
6.989 
10.848 



1 .449 



1 , 



141 



3.033 

1 1 .604 

5.755 

6.655 

5.764 

4.823 

25.039 

52.435 

24,052 

7.585 



4.951 
7.656 
7.8L2 
13.523 

18.933 



4.731 
6.872 
7.430 
12.21 1 

17.155 



401 
579 
724 
818 



157 
247 
302 
358 

608 



120 
179 
233 
279 

504 



57 
103 

74 
182 



1.3U9 
2.024 

1 .541 
2.71 1 

5.2B2 



12.511 
6.422 



11.347 
5.808 



1 .1 17 
373 



374 
130 



156 
79 



3.022 
2.250 



18 
143 
123 
13 
24 
41 
79 

1 

II 

84 

29 

21 

33 

27 

144 

299 

19 

62 



1 .779 

496 

457 

1 .132 

516 

599 

1 .452 

2.903 

81 1 

5.888 

6.834 

(D) 

976 

1 .607 

2.482 

(D) 

603 

3.679 

1 .34 

1 .576 

1 .724 

1 .291 

9.441 

14,995 

7,687 

1 .773 



279 
246 
626 
522 



696 
331 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



NEW YORK 



32-15 



CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Sales 









Kind-of -business group — Ointinued 




General merchandise 


Apparel, acces- 


Furniture, home 






f^flRnltnp (vir\nr*p 


Lumber, 


bldg. matls.. 


Drug Stores, 












group 


series stores 


furnishings, 
appliance dealers 


Automotive group 


stations 


hardware, farm equip- 
ment dealers 


proprietary 
stores 


Other retail Stores 


Nonstore retailers 


i 


Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




1 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(Number) 


isi.ooo) 


(Nuiober) 


($1.(X)0) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(Number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


( Number 1 


($1,000) 


(Numberl 


($1,000) 




ssx 


60,7h6 


eu9 


81.746 


507 


52.131 


260 


I54.U73 


702 


46 . 8 1 7 


307 


43.092 


290 


22.044 


1 .393 


93.468 


410 


26.U7U 


1 


2 


(0) 


23 


1 .590 


4 


252 


1 


ID) 


16 


1 .574 


• • • 


• • • 


7 


977 


36 


2.812 


12 


174 


2 


1 


IJI 


1 


(01 


6 


296 


1 


(Dl 


6 


326 


3 


738 


3 


210 


8 


206 


• •• 


• * • 


3 


1 


IJl 


u 


9tl 


5 


186 


2 


ID) 


6 


329 


4 


331 


4 


244 


17 


1 .494 


2 


(Dl 


4 


1 


(01 


• ■ ■ 


• •• 


• •• 


• • • 


• >• 


• •• 


7 


7o9 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(D) 


1 1 


410 


2 


(Dl 


5 


3 


(D) 


4 


112 


4 


(D) 


2 


(0) 


9 


448 


3 


377 


3 


260 


15 


748 


2 


(0) 


6 


• • • 


• • • 


' 


ID) 


2 


(Dl 


1 


(0) 


3 


179 


1 


(01 


2 


(D) 


6 


246 


1 


(01 


7 


y 


>o3 


lb 


615 


14 


1.503 


4 


4.097 


15 


1 . 151 


5 


354 


5 


457 


51 


2.559 


8 


153 


8 


^ 


333 


17 


1 .047 


16 


655 


8 


2.773 


26 


1 .186 


10 


1 .149 


8 


700 


42 


2.380 


3 


1 .798 


9 


4 


35« 


13 


1 .675 


12 


1 .047 


14 


6.b79 


10 


648 


7 


1 .908 


3 


322 


33 


3.655 


8 


316 


10 


33 


t.269 


106 


7.937 


67 


7.338 


31 


18.748 


73 


3.532 


37 


3.541 


37 


2.115 


152 


12.789 


58 


3.445 


1 1 


19 


9, 3t6 


111 


12.341 


52 


5.479 


30 


24.B64 


44 


3.337 


31 


3.965 


25 


2.097 


140 


7.295 


55 


4.183 


12 


1 


(D) 


3 


(D) 


7 


127 






10 


578 


5 


279 


3 


341 


1 J 


695 


4 


162 


13 


1 


(01 


2 


(0) 


• •• 


• • • 


4 


2.789 


7 


540 


• •• 


• •• 


1 


(Dl 


9 


1 .<:34 


3 


(Dl 


14 


7 


789 


23 


1 .230 


7 


1 .218 


12 


4.681 


22 


1 .002 


12 


917 


9 


491 


36 


2.B66 


9 


125 


15 


\7 


2ib«3 


Ul 


4.170 


19 


2.367 


12 


6.889 


28 


1 .604 


19 


3.228 


9 


1.179 


44 


2.970 


12 


928 


16 










2 


(D) 


1 


(D) 


5 


591 


2 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


3 


244 


3 


(D) 


17 


V 


(01 


'I'i 


1 . i 37 


3 


204 


4 


1 .353 


10 


604 


3 


764 


2 


(D) 


10 


559 


5 


74 


18 


17 


2.31(3 


51 


3.719 


22 


2.771 


13 


3.663 


37 


1 .691 


14 


2.139 


13 


1.075 


70 


3.928 


40 


1 .227 


19 


:i 


(Dl 


15 


390 


8 


(D) 


1 1 


4. J65 


15 


852 


6 


393 


7 


596 


29 


2.336 


7 


78 


20 


b 


(01 


12 


639 


6 


387 


3 


(Dl 


17 


1 .853 


8 


1 .852 


8 


908 


31 


1 .698 


6 


104 


21 


5 


(01 


16 


693 


10 


1.111 


7 


1 .267 


7 


221 


6 


(D) 


6 


566 


22 


1 .047 


4 


231 


22 


2 


( Jl 


3 


(Dl 


6 


398 


6 


5.334 


16 


994 


4 


463 


7 


480 


18 


932 


9 


19b 


23 


3\ 


24.2»« 


1U5 


25,544 


68 


14.198 


29 


25.776 


71 


5.489 


44 


6.51 1 


20 


1 .928 


189 


15.402 


43 


7.591 


24 


SC 


■ 6.Sb5 


186 


15.821 


104 


9.535 


47 


28.810 


118 


8.885 


50 


5.795 


73 


4.343 


272 


14.593 


81 


2.536 


25 


19 


877 


hb 


2,043 


■♦3 


2,290 


17 


6,279 


120 


8.436 


32 


6,043 


51 


2,163 


136 


ID, 372 


33 


1 . 561 


26 


2= 


2.173 


21 


1 tlC7 


18 


1.069 


26 


8.185 


43 


1.998 


38 


3.648 


10 


744 


57 


5.586 


1 1 


94 


27 


• • • 




3 


90 


2 


ID) 


3 


1.540 


6 


425 


5 


293 


2 


(Dl 


8 


714 


• • • 


• • • 


28 


3 


397 


9 


441 


6 


325 


8 


1 .037 


7 


526 


7 


644 


2 


(Dl 


22 


(D) 


• • • 


• • • 


29 


2 


(D) 


9 


435 


2 


(D) 


7 


2.297 


7 


4ec 


7 


801 


2 


(D) 


9 


796 


2 


(D) 


30 


21 


(D) 


3 


141 


8 


299 


8 


2.bl 1 


21 


567 


19 


1 .910 


4 


247 


IB 


(0) 


9 


(D) 


31 


n 


1 .lb6 


13 


509 


8 


623 


19 


4.444 


27 


1 .291 


22 


1 .675 


4 


(D) 


42 


2.424 


2 


(Dl 


32 


5 


■170 


H 


383 


5 


480 


13 


3.128 


15 


819 


15 


1 .173 


3 


335 


36 


1 .605 


t • • 




33 




316 


3 


126 


3 


143 


6 


1 .316 


12 


472 


7 


502 


1 


(Dl 


6 


819 


2 


(01 


34 



432272 O -57 -12 



32-16 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102A . RET.VIL TRADE: 1948 '— COUNTIES; QTIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 

Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1,000) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
(SI ,000) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1,000) 



New York, total. 



Albany County 

Albany 

Cohoes 

Green Island 

Watervliet 

Remainder of County. 



Allegany County 

Wellsvllle 

Remainder of County. 



Bronx County (Bronx Borough part of 
New York City) 



Broome County 

Binghamton 

Endicott 

Johnson City 

Remainder of County. 



Cattaraugus County 

Gowanda {part)2 

Olean^ 

Salamanca 

Remainder of County. 



Cayiiga County 

Auburn 

Remainder of County. 



Chautauqua County 

Dunkirk 

Falconer 

Fredonia 

Jamestown 

Lakewood 

Silver Creek 

Westfleld 

Remainder of County. 



Chemung County 

Elmira Heights 

Elmira 

Horseheads 

Remainder of County. 



Chenango County 

Norwich 

Remainder of County. 



Clinton County 

Dannemora 

Plattsburgh 

Remainder of County. 



Columbia County 

Hudson 

Remainder of County. 



Cortland County 

Cortland Ci ty 

Homer 

Remainder of County. 



Delaware County 

Sidney 

Walton 

Remainder of County. 



Dutchess County 

Beacon 

Poughkeepsie 

Wappingers Falls.... 
Remainder of County. 



Erie County 

Blasdell 

Buffalo 

Depew 

East Aurora 

Gowanda (part)^ 

Hamburg 

Kenmore 

Lackawanna 

Lancaster 

Sloan 

Springville 

Tonawanda 

Villiamsville 

Remainder of County, 



Essex County 

Lake Placid 

Saranac Lake (part)^. 

Ti conderoga 

Remainder of County.. 
Standard Notes 



186,065 

3,033 

1,965 

267 

36 

195 

570 

516 
121 
395 



14,720 

1,958 

1,041 

318 

157 

442 

1,029 

53 

347 

137 

492 

895 
548 
347 

1,359 
300 
63 
97 
659 
37 
78 
77 
546 

1,004 
59 

720 
51 

174 

541 
153 
388 

617 

17 

262 

338 

663 
259 

404 

476 

264 

63 

149 



67 
81 
532 

1,726 

201 

688 

63 

774 

11,030 

30 

7,911 

116 

100 

25 

113 

210 

376 

108 

44 

57 

197 

76 

1,667 

502 
75 
14 
72 

341 



14,380,574 

283,671 

180,168 

14,290 

1,371 

9,776 

78,066 

30,181 
11,726 
18,455 



907,137 

176,052 

111,276 

28,423 

13,459 

22,894 

70,731 
3,555 

33,369 
9,614 

24,193 

60,837 
42,084 
18,803 

126,665 

20,218 
3,549 
6,995 

58,004 
J,j14 
4.^70 
:,c52 

2F,c363 

88,991 
2,872 

71,947 
3,927 

i:,245 

32,'4B 
)?,"43 

IV, 305 

40,^.8 

SCP 

25,397 

14,513 

34,609 
16,286 
18,323 

37,946 
24,576 
4,397 
8,973 

41,581 
5,730 
6,240 

29,611 

121,331 

11,759 

65,390 

2,211 

41,971 

836,610 

1,352 

651,772 

3,639 

9,412 

1,405 

13,370 

19,506 

18,554 

8,772 

1,402 

4,908 

15,754 

6,320 

80,444 

24,693 

4,507 

482 

5,303 

14,401 



Franklin County 

Malone 

Saranac Lake (part)^. , 

Tupper Lake 

Remainder of County.. 



F\llton County 

Gloversville 

Johnstown 

Remainder of County. 



Genesee County 

Batavia 

Le Roy 

Remainder of County. 



Greene County 

Catskill 

Coxsackie 

Remainder of County. 



Hamilton County. 



Herkimer County 

Frankfort 

Herkimer 

Ilion 

Little Falls 

Mohawk 

Remainder of Coiinty. 



Jefferson County 

Carthage 

Watertown 

Remainder of County. 



Kings County (Brooklyn Borough part 
of New York City) 



Lewis County 

Lowville 

Remainder of County. 



Livingston (k)unty 

Dansville 

Geneseo 

Mount Morris 

Remainder of County. 



Madison County 

Canastota 

Oneida 

Remainder of County. 



Monroe County 

Brockport 

East Rochester 

Fairport 

Rochester 

Remainder of County. 



Montgomery County 

Amsterdam 

Cana joharie 

Fort Plain 

Remainder of County. 



Nassau County 

Cedar hurst. 

East Rockaway 

Farraingdale 

Floral Park 

Freeport 

Garden City 

Glen Cove 

Great Neck 

Great Neck Plaza, . . . 

Hempstead 

Lawrence 

Long Beach 

I^brook 

Malverne 

Mineola 

New Hyde Park 

Rockville Centre.... 

Sea Cliff 

Valley Stream 

Westbury 

Williston Park 

Remainder of County. 



New York County (Manhattan Borou^ 

part of New York City) 

(HA) Not aVBllaUle. 



677 
177 
140 
92 
263 

740 
365 
172 
203 

576 
272 



576 

134 

55 

387 



884 
69 
166 
118 
186 
45 
300 

,171 
99 
466 

606 



297 
91 
206 

570 
98 
44 
82 

346 

636 
71 
177 
388 

5,173 
76 
93 
63 

4,118 
823 

899 
517 
62 
81 
239 



7,063 
120 

59 

94 
186 
454 

92 
227 

84 
122 
538 

28 
276 
266 

35 
212 

92 
327 

42 
313 
108 

99 
3,289 



41,426 

15,849 

10,056 

5,907 

9,614 

46,482 
28,202 
11,690 
6,590 

43,652 

27,522 

4,871 

11,259 

23,721 
12,729 
2,416 
13,576 

3,236 

50,648 
2,292 

15,061 
7,685 

10,529 
1,979 

13,102 

84,150 
7,006 
51,182 
25,962 



1,992,267 

16,374 
7,924 
3,450 

30,145 
7,258 
2,752 
3,439 

16,646 

41,692 

3,970 

15,542 

22,180 



481,680 
5,176 
4,540 
4,032 

412,903 
55,029 

56,316 

36,795 

3,357 

5,384 

10,780 



584,109 
10,729 

2,362 

7,134 
14,838 
37,451 
18,711 
17,148 

9,314 
13,746 
80,786 

3,629 
17,973 
24,329 

2,406 
19,124 

8,198 
30,123 

2,578 
21,388 

7,555 

5,542 
229,045 



Niagara County 

Lockport 

Niagara Falls 

North Tonawanda 

Remainder of County. 



Oneida County 

New York Mills 

Rome 

Utica 

Whitesboro 

Yorkville 

Remainder of County. 



Onondaga County 

Baldwinsville 

East Syracuse 

Fayettevllle 

Liverpool 

North Syracuse 

Solvay 

Syracuse 

Remainder of County. 



Ontario County 

Canandaigua 

Geneva 

Remainder of County. 



Orange County 

Goshen 

Highland Falls 

Middletown 

Newburgh 

Port Jervis 

Ualden 

Warwick 

Remainder of County. 



Orleans County 

Albion 

Medina 

Remainder of County. 



Oswego County 

Fulton 

Oswego 

Remainder of County. 



Otsego County 

Cooperstown 

Oneonta 

Remainder of County. 



Putnam County. 



Queens County (Queens Borough part 
of New' Yo-k City) 



Rensselaer Cc'inty 

Hoosick Falls 

Rensselaer 

Troy 

Remainder of Oc'jnty. 



Richmond County u'tichmond jorough 
part of New York City) 



Rockland County 

Haverstraw 

Nyack 

South Nyack 

Spring Valley 

Suffem 

West Haverstraw 

Remainder of County. 



St. Lawrence County... 

Canton 

Gouvemeur 

Massena 

Ogdensburg 

Potsdam 

Remainder of County. 



Saratoga County 

Ballston Spa 

Corinth 

Mechanicville 

Saratoga Springs.... 
South Glens Falls... 

Waterford 

Remainder of County. 



Schenectady County, . . . 

Schenectady 

Scotia 

Remainder of County. 



2,428 
380 

1,275 
312 
461 

2,952 

42 

499 

1,490 

45 

63 

813 

3,600 
71 
63 
35 
38 
43 
91 

2,513 
746 

755 
128 
325 
302 

2,363 

79 

69 

367 

689 

207 

85 

58 

814 

391 
101 
120 
170 

1,008 
216 
323 
469 

699 
75 

215 
409 



167,743 
32,517 
96,532 
19,456 
19,238 

200, 395 
1,124 
35,303 
118,944 
2,254 
3,663 
38,607 

342,678 
5,573 
4,412 
2,427 
3,225 
1,829 
2,973 

230,770 
41,469 

54,124 
11,418 
25,597 
17,109 

155,183 

4,671 

3,430 

31,399 

51,059 

13,272 

4,492 

5,195 

41,665 

24,042 
7,243 
8,950 
7,849 

57,503 
16,655 
21,120 
19,728 

47,972 

5,624 

21,335 

20,463 

22,388 



1,165,174 



1,652 


120,393 


92 


3,952 


135 


7,494 


1,060 


93,368 


365 


15,579 



1,032 


61,765 


140 


8,859 


176 


15,903 


8 


435 


114 


8,523 


100 


7,880 


32 


941 


462 


19,224 


1,300 


76,349 


91 


6,723 


101 


11,024 


219 


14,227 


231 


13,968 


112 


10,143 


546 


20,264 


1,125 


58,748 


94 


6,334 


65 


3,189 


150 


9,828 


34V. 


21,836 


4:? 


3,558 


47 


1,307 


382 


12,696 


1,697 


146,551 


1,372 


127,316 


89 


7,377 


236 


11,858 



(D) Withheld to avoid dleclosure _, 

Data In this table differ from those which aooeared In the qubllcatlons of the 19hQ Census i 
I95U Censuses in the Introduction. ^Gowanda Is in Cattaraugus and Erie counties. ^Sarajiac Lake 



Retail Trade. For a description of the adjualaaents see Comparison of 
s in Essex and Franilin counties. 



'-V.? and 



NEW YORK 32-17 

Table 102A. RETAIL TRADE: 1948'— COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 



Establishments and Sales 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 
(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1,000) 



County and city 



EsUblish- 

ments. 

1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1,000) 



County and city 



Establish- 
ments, 
1948 

(Number) 



Sales, 1948 
($1,000) 



Schoharie County 

Coblesklll 

Remainder of County. 



Schuyler County 

Watliins Glen 

Remainder of County. 



Seneca County 

Seneca Falls 

Waterloo 

Remainder of County. 



Steuben County 

Bath 

Canisteo 

Coming 

Hornell 

Remainder of County. 



Suffolk County 

Amityville 

Babylon 

Greenport 

Lindenhurst 

Northport 

Patchogue 

Southampton 

Remainder of County. 



197 
92 
105 

346 
115 
85 
146 

1,123 
123 
46 
272 
228 
459 

3,776 
105 
115 



214 
103 
,967 



19,34B 
6,629 

12,719 

11,258 
5,473 
5,785 

17,695 
6,852 
4,257 
6,586 

73,945 
9,819 
2,514 
20,101 
18,788 
22,723 

252,072 
8,868 

10,593 
5,306 
7,020 
4,590 

19 , ISO 

9 , 329 

137 , 186 



Sullivan County 1,038 

Uberty 112 

Monticello 146 

Remainder of County 780 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure 
Data in this table differ from those whicli appeared 
195"* Censuses in the Introduction. 



57,602 
10,110 
12,675 
34,817 



Tioga County 

Owego 

Waverly 

Remainder of County. 



Tompkins County 

Ithaca 

Remainder of County. 



Ulster County 

Ellenville 

Kingston 

Saugerties 

Remainder of County. 



Warren County 

Glens Falls 

Remainder of County. 



Washington County 

Fort Edward 

Granville . . . 

Hudson Falls 

Whitehall 

Remainder of County. 



Wayne County 

I^ons 

Newark 

Palmyra 

Remainder of County. 



396 
111 
115 
170 



571 
352 
219 



,584 
130 
536 
92 
826 

700 
337 
363 



579 
60 
73 

109 
83 

254 



151 

71 
476 



23,766 

7,972 
6,715 

9,079 



51,082 
33,695 
12,387 



87,140 
8,384 

42,150 
5,159 

31,44.7 

52,484 
36,097 
16,387 



30,735 
3,218 
4,963 
5,961 
4,097 

12,496 



48,254 
4,852 
12,833 

5,001 
25,568 



Westchester County.... 

Bronxville 

Croton on Hudson.... 

Dobbs Ferry 

Elmsford 

Hastings on Hudson. . 

Irvington 

Larchmont 

Majnaroneck 

Mount Kisco 

Mount Vernon 

New Rochelle 

North Pelham 

North Tarrytown 

Ossining 

Peekskill 

Pelliam Manor 

Pleasantville 

Port Chester 

Rye 

Scarsdale 

Tarrytown 

Tuckahoe 

White Plains 

Yonkers 

Remainder of County 

Wyoming County 

Attica 

Perry 

Warsaw 

Remainder of County 

Yates County 

Penn Yan 

Remainder of County 



1,021 

131 

67 

74 

42 

81 

30 

134 

214 

126 

972 

817 

75 

106 

213 

319 

27 

71 

434 

144 

87 

136 

115 

828 

L,745 

L,033 

448 
57 

101 
77 

213 

241 
123 
118 



621,339 

14,531 

3,285 

4,420 

2,331 

3,533 

1,726 

11,337 

12,206 

12,923 

75,928 

74,462 

3,901 

5,294 

18,593 

24,027 

3,139 

5,293 

29,261 

11,452 

12,626 

10,104 

6,102 

93,747 

116,562 

64,556 

25,567 
3,176 
5,648 
5,476 

11,267 

17,429 
9,341 
8,038 



(Na) Not available, 
the publicatione of the 19'48 Census of Retail Trade. For a description of the adjustments see Comparison of 19'+8 and 



32-18 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments' 
(SI.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 

(DoUani) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



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



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



Retail trade, total 

Food Stores 



Total - - - 

Grocery stores 

Meat markets 

Fish (seafood) markets 

Fruit stores, vegetable markets 

Canily, nut, confectionery stores 

Bakery products stores, 

Bakeries, with baking on premises 

Bakeries, without baking on premiseS- 

Dehcatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eating, Drinking Places 



Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stantls) - 

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 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c 



Furtliture, Home Furnisbiogs, Appliance Dealers 

Total - 

Furniture, home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

Floor covering stores 

Home furnishings stores, n.e.c, antique stores 1 — 

Household appliance, ratlio, TV stores, - 

Household appliance stores — 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio. TV stores 



Automotive 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 Service Stations 



Total. 



Lujnber, BIdg. Mads.. Hardware, Farm Eqoipfflent Dealers 

Total - 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply stores 

Hardware stores 



Drug Stores, Pcoprietuy Stores 



Total .. 

Drug stores 

Proprietary stores- 



Other Retail SloMs 



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 



I »564 

lie 

13 

ec 

(NA) 

(NA) 

IS 

66 



liT=l 

7'3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

on 

163 



"1 



".02 
KS 

(NA) 

(N„) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1*98 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

36 

32 



31? 

178 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1"C 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



101 
55 
?9 
75 



ley 

(NA) 
(NA) 



H056 
136 
2J3 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
32 
12 



708 
«50 

58 
7 

30 

un 

62 

56 

6 

23 

38 



llOU7 

1197 

182 

3 

12 

70 

180 



121 
93 
13 
22 
7 
51 
73 
i»7 
24 
25 
174 
108 
33 
33 
32 
26 



218 
128 
76 
19 
33 
90 
51 
30 



195 
15 
77 
35 
17 
51 



166 

165 

1 



127 
33 

12 
80 
2 
28 
10 



161 t 169 

135|U18 

9iU69 

466 

2l912 

2i')5'l 

^■(•16 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2. 131 

2.9:2 



51 tP79 

30.908 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3.7116 

17.225 



53.1113 

31 .728 

5.P35 

622 

1H.90U 



59.1?« 
9.833 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

26.130 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.738 

l.-^'O 



31 .710 
20.8' 7 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
10. '303 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



99.9(<7 

81 .616 

9. 1S6 

7.ru6 

875 
1 .?611 



31 .917 
2.583 

15. SHU 
3.1 15 
2.089 
7. -^86 



15.8119 

(NA) 
(NA) 



611.670 

8.717 

214.035 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.181 

1.136 



136.821 

1 17.091 

8.023 

132 

1 .592 

1 .721 

3.806 

3.560 

215 

1 .791 

2.356 



17.109 

27.630 

25.781 

1 15 

733 

3.191 

15.285 



51.725 

31 .728 

5.355 

216 

11.395 



58.050 

9.571 

717 

2.356 

381 

5.112 

13.385 
9.729 
3,655 
5.085 

25.821 

21 .353 
1 .233 
3.22P 
2.682 
U5Q2 



30.301 

20.1 17 

15.128 

2.327 

2.552 

10.167 

5.359 

1.055 

772 



96.681 

80.910 

7.356 

5.611 

727 

1 .011 



29,877 
2.159 

15.895 
2.593 
1 .91 1 
5.918 



15.157 
(D) 
(t.) 



55.215 

6.861 

21 .119 

1.167 

(D) 

15.265 

ID) 

5.152 

ID) 



10.107 

7.779 

530 

35 

109 

110 

1 .028 

987 

11 

121 

265 



9.350 

6.219 

6.002 

1 

213 

525 

2.605 



8.658 

5.563 

631 

7 

2.157 



8,573 

1 .257 

93 

312 

33 

829 

1 .901 

1 .519 

385 

725 

1,110 

3.289 

216 

605 

291 

275 



1.225 

2.975 

2.171 

123 

382 

1 .2'=0 

696 

121 

130 



9.859 

8.315 

315 

1.110 

52 

27 



3.952 
228 

1 .898 
108 
122 
996 



1 .587 
(D) 
(D) 



6.321 

393 

2.512 

535 

(D) 

1 .682 

ID) 

256 

96 



1.117,297 



191 

115 

1 1 

2 

2 
21 
20 



185 
125 
121 

3 

8 

51 



169 

110 

12 



158 
23 

2 
5 



169 

110 



790 
865 
891 
125 
816 
971 
951 



917 
716 
009 
329 
726 
552 
125 
221 
902 
151 
555 
917 
317 
29? 
110 
258 



033 
330 
179 
197 
651 
703 
62P 
917 
128 



263 

130 
027 
10» 
215 
153 



77.655 
3.928 

38.572 
7,927 
8.515 

18.691 



31.178 
(D) 
(D) 



1 18,082 

7,130 

16,812 

9,319 

(D) 

31 ,515 

(D) 

1,825 

1 .585 



1.303.872 



170.151 

128.035 

10.727 

703 

1 .871 

2.011 

20.518 

19.561 

851 

2.037 

1.216 



172,530 

1 17,786 

1 13.915 

65 

3.805 

8.038 

15.705 



111 .817 
97.539 
1 1 .000 



115.922 

20.756 

1 .910 

1.615 

520 

13.711 

32.083 

25.115 

5.668 

12.195 

59.957 

57.652 

3.896 

8.119 

5.718 

5.902 



79.283 

57.001 

39.111 

8.165 

9.391 

22,279 

12,71 1 

7.197 

2.071 



163.593 

135.792 

5.802 

20.330 

1 .216 

153 



71.998 
3.822 

37.668 
7.731 
8.359 

17.116 



28.129 
(D) 
(D) 



111 .251 

5.339 

15.100 

8.983 

(D) 

30.518 

(D) 

1.778 

1 .101 



1.313 

3.210 

255 

19 

58 

102 

172 

155 

17 

70 

127 



1.978 
J. 333 

3.231 

t 

93 

302 

1.313 



1.367 

2.531 

313 

6 

1 .517 



3.218 

119 

32 

91 

17 

279 

521 

398 

123 

257 

1 .763 

1 .120 

115 

228 

183 

105 



1.313 
921 
613 
117 
161 
389 
235 
119 
35 



2.373 

1 .918 
90 

310 



1.151 
69 
519 
131 
109 
323 



829 
(D) 
(0) 



2.oa9 

161 
585 
119 
(D) 
150 
(0) 
80 
28 



3|I28 
2.293 

190 
13 
10 
58 
101 
387 
17 
52 
78 



1.097 

2.830 

2.739 

2 

89 

215 

1 .022 



3.112 

2,037 

211 



2,508 

310 

26 

65 

10 

209 

151 

351 

100 

222 

1.381 

1 .130 

87 

167 

150 

91 



1 ,199 
861 
595 
115 
153 
335 
199 
101 



32 



2.251 

1 .857 

85 

277 

17 

5 



1,062 
61 
196 
126 
101 
272 



513 

(D) 
(D) 



1 ,782 
1 10 
533 
133 
(D) 
118 
(D) 
77 
21 



1.671 

1.139 

125 

11 

119 

88 

82 

(NA) 

(NA) 



1,193 
809 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
90 
591 



20 
37 



351 

51 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1J9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11 



31 



2PB 
117 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
111 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



67 
17 



216 
27 
79 
18 
25 
57 



175 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 ,039 

115 

198 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

29 

13 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosiu^. (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 not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents lero. 



NEW YORK 



32-19 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 
(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workwedt ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



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



ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con 



Other Retail Stores — Coo. 

Jewelry stores 

Bookstores.. - . ___ . 

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 - . - . 

NoDstore Retailers 

Total _ 

Mail order houses 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



253 

10 



12 


« 


•"5 


19 


32 


16 


<> 


3 


62 


30 


30 


12 


91 


37 


■Jl 


27 


27 


17 


1U 


10 


6 


H 


39 


17 


6 


4 


31 


31 


36 


IS 



5.7C3 
591 

1 f7P9 

2.355 
95U 

2.162 
917 

2.eit 

1 .105 

1 ."64 

1 . II 27 

623 

P97 

1'5 

1.622 

923 



53.ec3 
(Dl 

18lE»6 
(D) 



5.167 
222 

1 .525 

2.103 
(01 

1 .726 
621 

1 .960 
797 

1 .232 

1 .375 
101 
771 
(01 

1 |622 
799 



51 .177 
101 

16.37U 
(D) 



92« 

29 
2B1 
201 
101 
280 

60 
155 

79 
lUl 
170 

63 
158 

21 
(D) 
157 



8.986 
(01 

1.296 
(D) 



16.071 

45e 

1.76? 
3.8lr 

(D) 
6.05U 
1 .056 
3. 061 
1 .616 
2.813 
3.131 
1 .160 
3.116 
616 

'D) 
3.016 



179.918 

(Dl 

79.096 

(D) 



15.191 

371 

1.51 1 

3.558 

(01 

5.129 

969 

2.615 

1 .216 

2. 700 

3.311 

1 .075 

3.001 

616 

(D) 

2.916 



172.001 

(Dl 

77.785 

(D) 



loe 

71 
(01 
115 



51 
53 

26 
18 
10 
(D) 
62 



.316 
(01 
980 
(D) 



213 
10 
89 
59 
(0) 
1 11 
22 



(D) 
55 



2.905 
(Dl 
931 
(D) 



51 
23 
1 1 



(D) 
3" 



266 
(01 
217 
(D) 



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



Reiail 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_ 



EattDg, Drinking Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, cafeterias 

Caterers.-- 

In-plant food contractore 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 

Geoenl Merchandise Group 

Total --. 

Departmentstores 

Dp.' goods, general merchantiise stores 

General stores. . 

Variety stores 



Apparel, Accessories Stores 



Total 

Shoe stores,- 

Men's shoe stores 

Women's shoe stores 

Children's, juveniles' shoe stores 

Famil.v shoe stores 

Men's, boys' clothing and furnishings stores. 

Men's, boys' clothing stores 

Men's, bo.vs' 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 



Furninire, 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 



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.- . . 



475 

362 

12 

15 
'C 
22 

(NA) 

(NA) 

19 

?5 



2 28 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

13 

205 



151 

35 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

58 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 

1 



97 
58 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
39 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



211 

172 

8 



116 
188 
183 

5 

27 
201 



131 

33 

3 

5 



52.655 

18.131 

689 

618 
181 
769 
(NA) 
(NA) 
779 
1.1F5 



18.853 

9.85C 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

888 

7.9=7 



26tl8C 

18.977 

1 .521 

321 

5.!58 



13.985 

2l8P1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5.929 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

5'7 

101 



10.631 
8.315 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2.319 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



39. H;1 

32.813 

3. I- --3 

2. '17 
107 
f 81 



16.359 

12.570 

517 

190 
397 
715 
(D) 
(D) 
717 
953 



17.907 
9.320 

(D) 

(01 

720 

7.867 



25.931 

18.977 

(D) 

(D) 

5.292 



13.613 

(D) 

(01 

132 

(Dl 

2.256 

3.100 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,515 

5.867 

5.000 

151 

116 

(01 

(01 



10.198 
8.063 
5.611 
1 .082 
387 
2.115 
1 .505 
610 



38.150 

32.813 

2.559 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 



3.108 
2.662 



31 
53 
175 
(D) 
(D) 
31 
116 



3.321 

2.025 

(D) 

• • • 

(01 

82 

1 .217 



3.771 

2.167 

171 

5 

1 .151 



1 ,872 
39 1 
(Dl 
70 
(Dl 
301 
370 
(D) 
(D) 
189 
891 
766 
87 
38 
(Dl 
(Dl 



1.582 
1 .266 

993 
203 

70 
316 
211 

75 



1.093 
3.502 
205 
356 
(D) 
(D) 



59.087 

50.138 

568 

• • • 

716 

953 

3.606 

(D) 

(D) 

631 

2.115 



61.21= 

38.971 

(D) 

• • • 

(Dl 

1 .660 

23.588 



82.098 

57.319 

3.211 

108 

21 .13^ 



35.599 

7.779 

(Dl 

1 .529 

(01 

5.825 

6.96C 

(D) 

(D) 

3.577 

16.616 

11.381 

1 .611 

621 

(Dl 

(Dl 



27.589 
21 .139 
16.823 
3. 350 
1 .266 
6.15C 
1.156 
1 .691 



73.291 

62.225 

3.966 

6.523 

(E) 
(D) 



51.251 

13.810 

323 

• • • 

691 
818 

3.299 
(D) 
(D) 
12(., 

1,857 



57.362 
35.51 1 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 .317 

20.501 



71 .90C 

50.955 

2.903 

76 

17.961 



31 .101 

6.217 

(01 

1 .073 

(Dl 

1.719 

6.390 

(D) 

(D) 

3.369 

11.538 

12.101 

1 .566 

568 

(Dl 

(Dl 



26.772 
20.677 
16.213 
3.231 
1.233 
6.095 
1.13b 
1 .657 



70.971 

60.100 

3.888 

6.259 

(D) 

(D) 



1 .31 e 

1.077 
22 

18 
30 
97 
(D) 
(D) 
18 
56 



1.863 

1.133 

(D) 

(01 

58 

672 



1 ,869 
1.117 



811 
186 
(01 
26 
(01 
151 
119 
(D) 
(D) 

eo 

115 
356 

12 

17 

(01 

(Dl 



163 
370 
290 
52 
28 
93 
66 
27 



1 .000 

822 

62 

106 
(D) 
(D) 



902 

711 



(D) 
(D) 



1 .139 
923 
(D) 

(Dl 
31 

185 



1 .110 

933 

55 

3 

119 



592 

106 

(Dl 

16 

(Dl 

81 

92 

(D) 

(D) 

65 

318 

267 

37 

11 

(Dl 

(01 



126 

331 

260 

18 

26 

92 



919 

791 

55 

95 

(D) 
(D) 



11 
21 
(NA) 
(NA) 
21 
26 



592 

275 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

51 

260 



96 

17 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

31 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(Dl 

(Dl 



81 
15 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
39 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes- (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, n.e c. Not elsewhere classified, XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $5(X). 

'Group totals may include data for establishments without payioU which could not be classified by detaUed kind of business. 



Represents kio. 



32-20 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS ■ 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ G^ntinued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total' 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments' 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
; Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 

workweek 

(E>oltaiB) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 

workweek 



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

( Number ) 



BINGHAMTON STANDARD METROPOLITANAREA— Con. 



Gasoline Service Stations 

Total - - 

Lumber, Bldg. Matls., Hardware, Farm Eqnipmeat 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 

Jewelry stores _ 

Bookstores.- 

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 

NoQstore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses .-..._ — 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations 

Merchandise vending machine operators 



(NA) 
(NA) 



295 
U6 

ve 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

16 

2 

23 

5 

6 

9 

2 

23 

17 

9 

18 

3 

4 

\ 

12 



103 

2 

86 

15 



177 

28 

30 

20 

2 



12.995 
1.703 
6.596 
8U2 
2.000 
l.e5'4 



6.3a2 
(NA) 
(NA) 



22.211 

2.31 1 

4.5U5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7.639 

(01 

1.589 

1U7 

133 

U95 

IDl 

698 

SU3 

155 

526 

521 

P37 

IDl 

367 

IDl 

490 

434 



4.243 
101 

3.365 
(D) 



12.537 
1 .591 
6.396 

746 
2.000 
1 .804 



6.216 
6.216 



20.019 

1.655 

4.185 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .030 

7.633 
IDl 
(01 
101 
(Dl 
389 

526 
251 
95 
418 
521 
837 
IDl 
223 
(Dl 
490 
340 



3.369 

(Dl 

2.733 

(D) 



1 .888 
102 
827 
105 
586 
268 



922 
922 



2.006 
1P3 
478 
(D) 
(D) 
62 

493 

IDl 

249 

IDl 

14 

37 

• • • 

99 

24 

5 

33 

111 

137 

IDl 

73 

(Dl 

76 

18 



626 
(Dl 
535 
(D) 



36.658 
2.016 

15.447 
2.121 

12.026 
5.048 



17.139 
17.139 



39.486 

1 .953 

9.969 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .378 

• • • 
8.822 

(Dl 
4.545 
(Dl 
306 
950 

• a • 

2.190 

568 
86 

967 
2.109 
2.310 

(Dl 
1 .409 

IDl 
1.274 

399 



12.448 
IDl 

10.155 
(D) 



33.377 
1 .874 

14.839 
2.077 
9.950 
4.637 



15.630 
15.630 



37.075 

1 .708 

9.475 

(D) 

(D) 

1.338 

8.822 
IDl 

4.127 
IDl 
199 
699 
• • * 

1.706 

478 

82 

849 

2.097 

2.261 
IDl 

1 .409 
IDl 

1.175 
399 



1 1 .626 
(Dl 

10.037 
(D) 



5U6 
33 

207 
40 

135 
91 



330 
330 



700 
49 
167 
(D) 
(D) 
25 

132 

IDl 
88 

IDl 
9 
17 



17 
5 
29 
31 
37 

IDl 
IS 

(01 

30 

9 



247 
(01 
184 
(D) 



30 
12 
4 
21 
30 
35 

IDl 
18 

(Dl 
22 



204 
(Dl 
160 
(D) 



443 


105 


29 


20 


191 


28 


37 


IB 


105 


12 


81 


27 


239 


33 


239 


(NA) 


• •• 


(NA) 


597 


292 


34 


48 


148 


43 


(D) 


(NA) 


(D) 


(NA) 


23 


(NA) 


• •• 


(NA) 


132 


7 


IDl 


ID) 



10 

(D) 

28 

17 



3 

(Dl 



97 
IDl 

83 
(D) 



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



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 baiting on premises. 

Dehcatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eating, Drinkiog 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 

Cjeneral 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 



12, 371 



3.069 

1 .490 

328 

35 

108 

162 

185 

(NA) 

(NA) 

633 

1 12 



3.004 
1.332 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA^ 
193 
I .479 



272 

26 

101 



905 
228 

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



1.667 

834 

204 

25 

52 

96 

151 

125 

26 

239 

66 



2.490 

966 

894 

26 

46 

147 

1 .377 



204 
26 



747 

194 

27 

23 

9 

135 

158 

105 

53 

30 



1 . 358,601 



340.720 

260.707 

27.772 

2.622 

5.548 

4.786 

7.628 

(NA) 

(NA) 

25.213 

6.304 



131 .956 
68.697 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6.321 

56.738 



160.372 

1 2 1 •. 07 1 

4.890 

1.T79 

32.632 



105. 278 
17.601 

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



1 ,271,705 



299,222 

238.383 

23.728 

2.386 

4.526 

3.770 

7,148 

6.252 

896 

13,927 

5.354 



123,536 

62,691 

56,774 

1 ,414 

4.503 

5.853 

54.992 



159.228 

121 .071 

4.336 

1 ,405 

32,416 



102.460 

17,167 

1 ,741 

4,347 

358 

10,721 

26,335 

21 ,318 

5,017 

5,668 



20,035 

14,634 

1,779 

214 

307 

472 

1 ,505 

1 ,402 

103 

655 

469 



25,489 

16,458 

14,677 

367 

1,414 

804 

8,227 



28,886 

23,078 

483 

86 

5.239 



lb, 044 

2.283 

195 

604 

38 

1 .446 

4.176 

3,461 

715 

742 



2, 993.259 



381 .029 

270.1 19 

34.986 

3.770 

5.821 

8.989 

33.021 

30.356 

2.165 

13.210 

11,113 



508.257 

322.760 

285.853 

7.012 

29,895 

16.228 

169.269 



530,210 

422,322 

9.057 

1 .272 

97,559 



289. 889 
42,233 
3.430 
1 1 .105 
733 
26.965 
82.367 
70,389 
1 1 .978 
15,549 



2.648, 392 



318.523 
224.458 

28,656 
2.939 
5.028 
7.571 

30.178 

28.228 
1 .950 

10.030 
9,663 



438.262 

278.097 

259.865 

5.770 

12,462 

14,1 12 

146.053 



436,636 

351 ,249 

8,054 

1 .187 

76.146 



253,630 

34.400 

3.122 

9,642 

550 

20,985 

75.584 

65.714 

10.870 

1 1 .949 



63,411 



9.042 

6.322 

753 

78 

159 

288 

762 

703 

59 

458 

222 



13.499 

8.423 

7.551 

197 

655 

470 

4.606 



14.069 

10.394 

222 

31 

3.422 



6, 294 

894 

58 

216 

17 

603 

1 .356 

1.114 

242 

378 



5.792 

3.963 

453 

48 

111 

202 

594 

549 

45 

259 

162 



10.279 

6.597 

6,240 

98 

259 

351 

3.331 



9.366 

7.138 

158 

26 

2.044 



4,486 

515 

45 

140 

12 

318 

1 .085 
902 
183 
214 



3.366 

1,568 

362 

43 
142 
171 
222 
(NA) 
(NA) 
727 
1 15 



3,497 

1,481 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

212 

1,804 



97 
29 

56 



659 
125 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(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) Leas than $500. 
' Group totals may include data for establishments without payroll which could not be classified by detailed kind of business. 



Represents lert). 



NEW YORK 



32-21 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



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



Establish- 
ments with 
payioU 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(OoUais) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



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



BUFFALO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Con. 



Apparel, Accessories Stores— Con. 

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 

Furoilure, Home Furnishtogs, Appliance Dealers 

Total 

Furniture, home furnishings stores -- 

Furniture stores -- 

Floor covering stores _ 

Home furnisliings stores, n.e.c., antique storee 

Household appliance, radio, TV stores 

Household appliance stores .. 

Appliance, radio, TV stores 

Radio, TV stores - -- 

Automotive Group 



Tolal_ 

Passenger car dealers (franchised) 

Passenger car dealers (nonfranchised) - 

Tire, battery, accessory dealers 

Motorcycle, aircraft, boat dealers 

Household trailer dealers 

Automotive dealers, n.e.c-- 



GasoUoe Service Stations 



Total 



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



Total 

Farm equipment dealers 

Lumber, building materials dealers- 

Paint, glass, wallpaper stores 

Plumbing, electrical supply 8tores_ . 
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 pelroleinn £ 

Fuel oil dealers 

Ice dealers... 

Hay, grain, feed stores 

Farm , garden supply stores - - 

Jewelry stores 

Bookstores..- - 

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



Nonstore Retailers 



Total 

Mail order houses -^ 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organizations- 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



295 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6? 

101 



667 

355 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3oe 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

«30 

207 

91 



529 

15 
171 



363 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1.557 
283 

2C5 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

56 

20 

173 

1 1 

U9 



366 

51 



251* 

169 

17 

3t 

3S 



277 

181 

39 

57 

186 

73 

83 
30 



31(t| 

2C5 

«7 

73 

13 



«27 
11 

153 
56 
33 

ma 



3U3 

33U 

11 



975 

207 

87 

39 

a 

36 

•I 

M6 

12 

123 

7 
39 
33 

U 
76 
39 
15 



105 

5 



t6. 11*8 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2l660 

5.956 



68. 912 
1*6. 112 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
22, 722 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



222tCUl 

196>50U 

101279 

10l«*l3 

3lfr56 

1 l069 



951192 
7tU«l 

61.763 
«.3U7 
3.520 

18. 113 



(NA) 
(NA) 



93.3'*5 

17.715 

16.123 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 1 .019 

1.355 

9.626 

171 

5.?11 

3.213 

169 

1.058 

3.677 

866 

2.=ie1 

3, 297 

2.895 

683 

1 .985 

725 

1.727 

1.815 



28.335 

51V 

19.691 

8.103 



15, 312 
11 .356 
2.502 
1 .151 
2.251 
5.721 



65. 352 
15.006 
36. 800 

1.651 

3,555 
20. 316 

7.865 
10.733 

1 ,71*8 



219.867 

(01 

8.991 

9.813 

3.596 

(D) 



93.662 
7.105 

61 .393 
1.283 
3.370 

17.21 1 



39(236 

38.308 

928 



82,281 

11.683 

11.369 

6.510 

629 

7.128 

72 

10.373 

1.161 

8.868 

135 

5.151 

2.765 

189 

3.372 

3.071 

651 

2.169 

2. 913 

2.833 

(D) 

1 ,915 

(01 

1,727 

1 .513 



23.723 

519 

15.711 

7,163 



6,686 
6.065 
122 
199 
219 
908 



10,012 

7, 275 

5, 838 

778 

657 

2, 739 

1.262 

1,113 

561 



22,152 

20,012 

562 

1 ,178 

357 

13 



1 1 .182 
607 

7,060 
518 
738 

2,559 



5.216 

5,060 

156 



10,029 

828 

1 ,163 

716 

65 

612 

10 

861 

159 

1 ,131 

■=6 

1 .075 

358 

16 

533 

216 

67 

262 

511 

253 

(D) 

691 

(Dl 

680 

268 



1.377 

85 

3.553 

739 



121, 955 

1 12.875 

7.999 

1, 081 

1.561 

20.221 



187,802 

155. 516 

103.713 

17.968 

13.635 

52,156 

23.635 

21 .719 

7, 102 



397.721 

353.813 

10.092 

28.058 

1.876 

855 



217.766 
1 1 .303 

135.596 

9,063 

11,058 

17,716 



98,338 

95,662 

2.676 



189. 1 12 

15.863 

29,110 

11,911 

1 .211 

12,820 

165 

16.257 

3.033 

26.51e 

1 .220 

19.571 

6.511 

369 

9.901 

1.551 

1 .132 

1.515 

9,571 

5.022 

(D) 

12.193 

(Dl 

13.883 

5.601 



81.817 

1.379 

66.371 

17.061 



108,005 

96.875 

7.502 

5,628 

3,835 

18,857 



177.600 
126. 807 
99.656 
17,238 
1 1 .913 
18.793 
22.525 
19.526 
6. 712 



390.336 

318.756 

9.613 

26.101 

1.719 

787 



206.202 
10.951 

128.881 

8.695 

13.767 

13,905 



82,822 

80,691 

2,128 



175, 232 
13.389 

27.991 

11.569 
1 .009 

12.287 
129 

15.777 
2.917 

21.823 
1.007 

18.221 
5,707 
296 
8,125 
1,052 
1 .096 
1.001 
9, 181 
1.688 
(D) 

12.064 
(Dl 

12.633 
5.079 



82.902 

1 .337 

65.318 

16.217 



3. 165 
2.862 
199 
101 
111 
360 



, 818 
, 987 
,510 
212 
235 
861 
370 
357 
131 



.072 

.397 

112 

157 



66 



5.057 
181 

1 .611 
116 
171 



912 



2.236 

2.169 
67 



3.189 
101 
125 
215 

22 

183 

5 

233 

16 
135 

32 

381 

121 

7 

239 

91 

55 
130 
177 

96 
(D) 
173 
(01 
259 
106 



932 
301 



2. 266 

2.030 

162 

76 

97 

307 



2,191 
1, 758 
1 , 551 
222 
182 
7 36 
332 
281 
120 



1.81 1 

1.255 

127 

359 

61 



2.673 
161 

1 ,181 
133 
161 
731 



1.151 
1,112 



,811 
259 
383 
202 

11 

165 

2 

221 

39 
357 

20 
308 

82 

5 

163 

72 

10 

96 
159 

78 
(D) 
169 
(D) 
209 

88 



1,172 

31 
892 
216 



1Q1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

77 

90 



592 
296 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
292 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



316 
95 

113 
75 
19 



1 17 
51 



323 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .523 

293 

203 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

11 

18 

169 

8 



27 

lis 

31 
33 

(D) 
35 

10) 
68 
78 



NEW YORK-NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Consists of New York City (Bronx. 
Nassau. Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester Counties, N. Y. ; Bergen. Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Morns. Passaic 



Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond Counties): 
Somerset, and Union Counties, N. J. 



Retail trade, total - - -- 158.111 



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 

Delicatessen stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



12.399 

17.C37 

7,206 

1,001 

3,111 

5,910 

3,081 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2,198 

2,036 



10), 332 



23,167 
9.281 
1.908 

585 
1.373 
1.3fl8 
2.616 
2, 128 

188 
1,858 
1,158 



15, 928,286 



1.213.112 

2.791 .722 

582.961 

10.033 

123.957 

179.089 

200,931 

INA) 

(NA) 

170.188 

1 19.887 



11.701. 312 



3.697.611 
2.517,678 

510,075 
33.139 
86.163 
82.781 

192.075 

119,212 
12,833 

117,906 
97,527 



305,187 
183,110 

11 ,095 
2,911 
7,155 
8,311 

12.533 

37.251 
5,279 

11,113 
8,263 



36, 121, 252 



5.819.015 
3.171.692 
793.535 
56,112 
131,989 
153,801 
866.863 
762.127 
101.136 
215.988 
152,762 



53. 568.271 



5,395,888 

3.171.115 

758.953 

52.810 

123.771 

127.696 

816.609 

721 .222 

95.387 

200.585 

111 .319 



103,171 

59.717 

12.389 

1.108 

2.810 

1.238 

16.1 12 

13.651 

2.158 

1.293 

2.801 



82.691 

16.077 

10,813 

912 

2,238 

2,860 

13.917 

1 1.829 

2.088 

3.511 

2.303 



15.862 

17,139 

8.271 

1 .210 

1.061 

6.198 

3.132 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2.898 

2.135 



Standard Notes- (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 

' Group totals may indude dato for estabUshments without payroll which could not be classified by detaded kmd of buameas. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents aero. 



32-22 



RETAIL TRADE -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE; 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Sales 



Total, all 

estabbsh- 

menta' 

(Si.ooo) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(SI.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



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



NEW YORK-NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY STANDARD MErROPOLITAN AREA--Con. 



Eating, Drinkiag 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 — 

Clothing, specialty stores, n.e.c 

Children's, infants' wear stores 

Apparel stores, n.e.c - 



Furniture, Home FurnisbiDgs, 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 



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 Sutions 



Total. 



Lumber, BIdg. Mads., Hardware, Farm Eqoipmeat 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 - 

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 — 



15i03f 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1 I.9U 



bl316 
87 

1U5 
1|153 



1bl822 

>iv9e 

(NA) 

(N„) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

7i3S3 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

I iC72 

].637 



6i6P« 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2.153 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



3.679 
1.516 
1.1.26 

■,05 

IPC 

25 



5.332 

6C 

ll'427 

ua5 

2.1461 



5. j55 

(NA) 
(NA) 



23, 860 

3.531 

2.990 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 13 

212 

2.1C1 

137 

I . 766 

539 

189 

1.61 1 

II 153 
il551 
1.283 

536 
380 
270 
385 
181 
1. 181 
i.220 



21.796 

12.312 

1 1.877 

231 

231 

l.=98 

10.556 



2.116 

87 

l.irs 

13 
881 



12.510 

2.198 

133 

137 

158 

1.170 

2.153 

1.333 

lll20 

195 

5.585 

3.196 

651 

1.738 

786 

ltOC3 



6.290 
1.121 
1.929 

799 
1>693 
1 .869 

7C0 



758 

111 



2.979 

1 .190 

7';2 

619 

1 10 

19 

9 



3l616 
12 

1.127 
605 
273 

1.569 



1.1P0 

1.376 

101 



1 3. 108 

2.777 

1.578 

103 

58 

1.097 

20 

95 

130 

1.097 

251 

832 

321 

67 

l.'"33 

529 

881 

617 

321 

261 

174 

267 

100 

1.181 

588 



1 .792.099 

1 .188.189 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

92.876 

510.312 



1 .390.732 

931.128 

201. 151 

7.C59 

219.719 



1 .612.965 
256. CI 1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

751.565 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

72.752 

81.036 



981.017 
601 .120 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
381 .=29 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .866. 183 

1 .567. K 1 

171 .118 

81.C97 

18.313 

(D) 

(D) 



693.106 
12.3C3 

393.667 
61 .905 
15.501 

179.130 



103.123 

(NA) 
(NA) 



1 .709.351 

1 .110.075 

1.101 .970 

rO.151 

17.651 

P5.156 

183.820 



1 .311.192 

931 .128 

163.361 

1.093 

215.307 



1 .738.613 

213.999 

12.019 

59.879 

9.660 

132.11 1 

388. 71U 

288.557 

ICO. 153 

231.561 

728,823 

551 .201 

25.751 

151 .868 

66.996 

75.551 



911 .119 
571 .730 
368.153 

92.232 
1 1 1.315 
369.119 
137.809 
195.585 

36.025 



1.816.01 1 

1 .586.095 

159.876 

79,585 

16.053 

(D) 

(D) 



657.152 
1 1 .799 

387.883 
55.833 
11 .355 

160,582 



382.037 

373.503 

8.131 



,715.329 1,505,857 

356.978 321,221 

515,110 190,381 

(NA) 98,885 

(NA) 13.309 

(NA) 315.571 

(NA) 1.518 

29,575 29,070 

17.201 15,115 

133,560 118,001 

22.001 19.156 

101.505 76.299 

HI, 355 35,109 

5.C16 1.128 

56.155 18.739 

53.689 39.155 

51.162 39.866 

38.815 29.701 

37.658 33.910 

19,171 15,325 

18.165 17.193 

11.101 12.610 

8.985 7.711 

87,187 87,187 

10.511 33.011 

Not elsewhere classified 



382. IBC 

283.501 

272.1 11 

5.150 

5,030 

11 ,850 

66,726 



229,381 
161 , 311 

22,818 
187 

11,705 



253,152 

31,588 

5,293 

9,802 

1 ,133 

18.0>.0 

57,673 

12.666 

15.007 

28.1 17 

109.115 

81.792 

1.161 

20.160 

7.271 

16.381 



121 ,535 
81,810 
53,029 
11.216 
17.593 
35.595 
15.861 
15.927 
1,905 



151,585 

111 .676 

8,576 

12,019 

1 ,918 

(D) 

(D) 



19.321 



79.978 
1 .506 

13,281 
6.871 
5.319 

21.995 



52.078 

51.230 

818 



173,258 

21,125 

18,895 

10,271 

3.006 

35.191 

121 

1 ,820 

2,398 

16,880 

2,775 

10,319 

1, 208 

313 

9,590 

3,122 

1,075 

3,975 

5,877 

1,803 

2,555 

3,611 

1 ,378 

13.517 

6,920 



7.555.393 

5.567.188 

5,310.398 

135,850 

121 ,210 

219,008 

1 .768,897 



1,733.920 
3,371.921 

153,828 
9.383 

895.785 



1.910.379 

521.951 

97.731 

172,763 

26,519 

327.918 

1 .081 ,696 
315.129 
265.267 
535.900 

2.205,588 

1 ,718,980 

95,659 

390,019 

115,151 

315,683 



2,312.897 
1 .612.921 
977.685 
280.218 
351.988 
699.976 
305.151 
302.119 
92.363 



2.915.373 

2,507.256 

158.677 

236.851 

36.695 

(D) 

(D) 



1 .523.810 
26.976 
821 .516 
135.165 
129.858 
109.265 



1 .000.182 

985.619 

13,533 



3. 281 

115 

950 

175 

58 

707 

7 

32 

12 

362 

55 

192 

78 

5 

181 

59 

73 

81 

105 

88 

19 

68 

28 

210 

131 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 

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



XXX Not applicable. 



872 
,615 
,058 
511 
855 
202 
387 
750 
,753 
118 
.078 
.818 
,760 
,559 
.518 
.188 
771 
817 
,709 
.956 
.683 
575 
83C 
.301 
631 

(Z> 



7.035.598 

5.202.839 

5,003,987 

85.832 

1 12.020 

192.579 

1 .610.280 



1.1 17.137 
2.912.371 

130.108 
8.556 

736.099 



1.165.120 

535.971 

85.976 

156.730 

25,529 

267,736 

1 ,030,153 

772.176 

257.977 

101 .191 

2.035.936 

1 .599.139 

87.972 

319.525 

126.812 

331.057 



2.213.513 
1 .550,138 
912,595 
275,715 
312. 09t; 
683,105 
300. 37C 
292.111 
90.291 



2.903.521 

2.180.832 

155.860 

225.521 

35.111 

(D) 

(D) 



931.177 



1 .178.319 
26.320 
803.610 
133.235 
127.306 
387.816 



891,915 

862,216 

12,699 



3, 115. 065 

118,852 

929,21 1 

159,280 

58,222 

691.319 

7.352 

31.113 

10.213 

351.596 
52.297 

183,221 

72, 522 

5,859 

172,997 
55,718 
56,873 
73,805 

102,510 
87,178 
18.782 
65,151 
28.171 

229.553 

129.090 

Leas than $500. 



167, 612 

125.672 

1 19.270 

3.852 

2,550 

5.5B2 

36, 388 



98.037 

63.639 

7.6J5 

192 

26.571 



88.373 

9.175 

1.325 

2.396 

361 

5.393 

15.391 

1 1 .582 

3.812 

12.033 

13.275 

33.098 

2.031 

8.113 

3.271 

1.925 



32.6<i9 
22.817 
13.795 
3.5o3 
5.518 
9,872 
1.359 
1.158 
1.355 



33.053 

28,991 

2.065 

3.137 

1d1 

(D) 

(D) 



20,1„7 
383 
9.618 
1 .911 
1 .6JB 
5.557 



18.273 
17.986 

287 



19. 902 

6,751 

11,937 

2,616 

652 

8.532 

97 

521 

615 

5.135 

1.061 

3.196 

1 . 327 

123 

3.178 

1 .211 

1 .812 

1.732 

1.553 

1.219 

738 

916 

111 

3.901 

2.131 



112,326 

107,768 

103,869 

1 ,755 

2,111 

1,119 

30,139 



70,530 

17,292 

5,181 

135 

16,721 



71 ,137 
5,631 
1 ,001 
1,857 
307 
3,663 

13,355 
9,911 
3.122 
6.086 

35.950 

28.200 
1 .601 
5. 119 
2.377 
1.527 



30,018 
20,771 
12,370 
3,377 
5,021 
9.277 
1, 199 
3,801 
1 ,277 



31,033 

28,136 

1 ,979 

3,100 

113 

(D) 

(D) 



18,851 
361 
9,351 
1 ,832 
1,515 
5,762 



13,615 

13,115 

230 



11. 321 

5 1 519 

1 1 ,371 

2,112 

619 

8.185 

95 

181 

561 

1.987 

908 

2.755 

1 , 138 

91 

2.755 

1 ,016 

1 ,365 

1 ,310 

1 ,137 

1.183 

691 

829 

119 

3.111 

1 .903 



Represents sero. 



NEW YORK 



32-23 



Table 103. RETAIL TRADE: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS • 
Establishments, Sales, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 


Establishments 




Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 


and kind of business 


Total' 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


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


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 

(Dollars) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Dollars) 


Total 

(Number) 


Full 

workweek 
(Number) 


rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only)' 
(Number) 



NEW YORK-NORrHEAST£RN NEW JERSEY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA--Con. 



Nonsiore Retailers 

Total 

Mail order houses.. 

Direct selling (house-to-house) organiaations. 
Merchandise vending machine operators 



9.751 

560 
e.681 



2|1C9 

ll5^3 
253 



490.195 

106.356 

29a. al 5 

89. "22 



378.127 
1 1 3 . 1 51 
191 .019 
63.951 



52.672 
9.071 

35.500 
7.101 



987.202 
183.140 
675.253 
128.809 



953. 96 t 
169.226 

658.354 
126.381 



14.572 
3.352 

9.3B9 
1.931 



13.216 
2.740 
8.677 
1 .799 



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



9.784 
467 

8.887 
430 



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. 

DeUcate^en stores 

Food stores, n.e.c 



Eating, Drinking Places 

Total 

Eating places (except refreshment stands) 

Restaurants, (mfeterias 

Caterers 

In-plant food contractors 

Refreshment stands 

Drinking places 



General Merchandise Group 

Toud 

Department stores 

Dry gtwds, 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, bo.vs' clothing and furnishings stores 

Men's, boys' clothing stores __ 

Men's, boys' furnishings stores 

Family clothing stores 

Women's