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NEW CENSUS 

DIARY 

OR Memorandum 
Calendar 



Maps 



OF UNITED STATES 
ÄND CANADA 



DJSTANCE TABLES 

Reminder Index 

LATEST POPULATIONS 

REFERENCE TABLES 

General Information 
Cash Account, Etc. 

ISSUED ANNUALLY 



MADE IN U. S. A. 



/ 



NEW (1930) CENSUS 

Population figures furnisbed by Bureau of the 
Census, Washington, D. C. 



CITIES AND STATES 



ALABAMA 

Pop. 2,646.248 

Anniston 22,345 

Bessemer 20,721 

Birmingham 259,678 

Decatur 15,593 

Dothan 16,046 

Fairfield 11,059 

Florence 11,729 

Gadsden 24,042 

Huntsville 11,554 

Opelika 6,156 

Mobile 68,202 

Montgomery 66,079 

Phenix City 13,862 

Selma 18,012 

Talladega 7,596 

Tuscaloosa 20,659 

ARIZONA 

Pop. 435,573 



Bisbee 

Douglas 

Globe 

Mesa 

Miami 

Nogales 

Phoenix 

Tucson 

Yuma 



8,023 
9,828 
7,157 
3,711 
7,693 
6,006 
48,118 
32,506 
4,892 



ARKANSAS 

Pop. 1,854,482 
Blytheville 10,098 

Camden 7,273 

El Dorado 16,421 

Fayetteville 7,394 

Fort Smith 
Hot Springs 
Jonesboro 
Little Rock 
No. Little Rock 
Pine Bluff 
Texarkana 

CALIFORNIA 

Pop. 5,677,251 
Alameda 35,033 

Albambra 29,472 



Anaheim 

Bakersfield 

Berkeley 

Beverly Hills 

Brawley 

Burbank 

Burlingame 

Calexico 

Chico 

Comnton 

El Centro 

Eureka 

Fresno 

Fullerton 

Gilroy 

Glendale 

Hanford 

Hayward 

Huntington 

Inglewood 

lyodi 

lyong Beach 

Eos Angeles 

Martinez 

Marysville 

Merced 

Modesto 

Monrovia 

Monterey 

Napa 

Oakland 

Ontario 

Orange 

Palo Alto 

Pasadena 

Petaluma 

Pittsburg 



Park 



31,429|Pomona 

20,238 
10,326 
81,679 
19,418 
20,760 
10,764 



Porterville 

Redlands 

Redondo Beach 

Redwood City 

Richmond 

Riverside 

Sacramento 

Salinas 

San Bernardino 

San Buenaventura 11^603 

San Diego 147,995 



10,995 
26,015 
82,109 
17,429 
10,439 
16,662 
13,270 
6,299 
7,961 
12,516 
8,434 
15,752 
52,513 
10,860 
3,502 
62,736 
7,028 
5,530 
24,591 
19,480 
6,788 
142,032 
1,238,048 
6,569 
5,763 
7,066 
13,842 
10,890 
9,141 
6,437 
284,063 
13,583 
8,066 
13,652 
76,086 
8,245 
9,610 
20,804 
5,303 
14,177 
9,347 
8,962 
20,093 
29,696 
93,750 
10,263 
37,481 



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»San Fernando 7,567 

San Francisco 634,394 

San Jose 57,651 

San Eeandro 11,455 
San Euis Obispo 8,276 

San Mateo 13,444 

San Rafael 8,022 

Santa Ana 30,322 

Santa Barbara 33,613 

Santa Cruz 14,395 

Santa Monica 37,146 

Santa Paula 7,452 

South Gate 19,632 
South Pasadena 13,730 

Stockton 47,963 

Torrance 7,271 

Tulare 6,207 

Turlock 4,276 

Vallejo 14,476 

Visalia 7,263 

Watsonville 8,344 

Whittier 14,822 

Woodland 5,542 

COLORADO 

Pop. 1,035,791 

Alamosa j,107 

Boulder 11,223 

Canon City 5,938 
Colorado Springs 33,237 

Cripple Creek 1,427 
Denver 287,861 

Durango 5,400 

Fort Collins 11,489 

Fort Morgan 4,423 

Grand lunction 10,247 

Greeley 12,203 

Ea Junta 7,193 

Eeadville 3,771 

Eongmont 6,029 

Eoveland 5,506 

Montrose 3,566 

Pueblo 50,096 

Sterling 7,195 

Trinidad 11,732 



East Hartford 

Enfield 

Fairfield 

Greenwich 

Groton 

Hamden 

Hartford 

Manchester 

Meriden 

Middletown 

Milford 

Naugatuck 

New Britain 

New Haven 

New Eondon 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Orange 

Putnam 

Kockville 

Shelton 

Stamford 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Torrington 

Wallingford 

Waterbury 

W. Hartford 

W. Haven 

Willimantic 

Windham 



17,125 

13,404 

17,218 

5,981 

4,122 

19,020 

164,072 

21,973 

38,481 

24,554 

12,660 

14,315 

68,128 

162,655 

29,640 

36,019 

23,021 

1,530 

7,318 

7,445 

10,113 

46,346 

11,025 

19,212 

26,040 

11,170 

99,902 

24,941 

25,808 

12,102 

13,773 



DELAWARE 

Pop. 238,380 

Dover 4,800 

Wilmington 106,597 

DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 



CONNECTICUT 

Pop. 1,606,903 
Ansonia 19,898 

Bridgeport 146,716 

Bristol 28,451 

Danbury 22,261 

Danielson 4,210 

Derby 10,788 



Pop. 486,869 
Washington 486,869 

FLORIDA 

Pop. 1,468,211 
Bradentown 5,986 

Clearwater 7,607 

Daytona Beach 16,598 
Fort Eauderdale 8,666 
Gainesville 10,465 

Facksonville 129,549 

Key West 12,831 

Lakeland 18,554 

Miami 110,637 

Ocala 7,281 



NEW (1930) CENSUS 



Orlando 27,330 

Pensacola 31,579 

Sanford 10,100 

St. Augustine 12,111 

St. Petersburg 40,425 

Tallahassee 10,700 

Tampa 101,161 

W. Palm Beach 26,610 

GEORGIA 

Pop. 2,908,506 



3. 



Albany 

Americus 

Athens 

Atlanta 

Augusta 

Brunswick 

Columbus 

Decatur 

Dublin 

Elberton 

Griffin 
J^aGrange 

Macon 

Newnan 

Quitnian 

Rome 

Savannah 

Thomasville 

Valdosta 

Waycross 

West Point 

IDAHO 

Pop. 445,032 



14,507 
8,760 
18,192 
270,366 
60,342 
14,022 
43,131 
13,276 
6,681 
4,650 
10,321 
20,131 
53.829 
6,386 
4,14y 
21,843 
85,024 
11,733 
13,482 
15,510 
2,146 



Boise 

Caldwell 
Coeur d'Alene 
Idaho Falls 
lycwiston 
Nampa 
Pocatello 

ILLINOIS 

Pop. 7,630,654 



21,544 
4,974 
8,297 
9,429 
9,403 
8,206 

16,471 



Alton 

Aurora 

Beardstown 

Belleville 

Belvidere 

Benton 

Berwyn 

Bloomington 

Blue Island 

Brookfield 



30,151 

46,589 

6,344 

28,425 

8,123 

8,219 

47,027 

30,930 

16,534 

10,035 



l^airo 

Caluniet City 

Canton 

Carbondale 

Centralia 

Champaign 

Chicago ^, 

Chicago Heights 

Cicero 

Clinton 

Danville 

Decatur 

De Kalb 

Des Piaines 

Dixon 

Downers Grove 

East Moline 

1^. St. lyouis 

Ii)dwardsville 

E^lgin 

Elmhurst 

IClmwood Park 

Evanston 

Forest Park 

Freeport 

oc'Iesburg 

Granite City 

Harrisburg 

Harvey 

Herrin 

Highland Park 

jacksonville 

Joliet 

Kankakee 
Kewanee 
lya Grange 
Ua. Salle 

Lawrenceville 

Ivincoln 

IVTaconib 

Marion 

Mattoon 

Mavwood 

Mefrose Park 

Moline 

Monmouth 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Vernon 

Murphysboro 

Oak Park 

Ottawa 

Pana 

Park Ridge 

Pekin 



13,532 
12,298 
11,718 
7,528 
12,583 
20,348 
376,438 
22,321 
66,602 
5,920 
36,765 
57,510 
8,545 
8,798 
9,908 
8,977 
10,107 
74,347 
6,235 
35,929 
14,055 
11,270 
63,33S 
14,555 
22,045 
28,830 
25,130 
11,625 
16,374 
9,708 
12,203 
17,747 
42,993 
20,620 
17.093 
10,103 
13,149 
6,303 
12,855 
8,509 
9,033 
14,631 
25,829 
10,741 
32,236 
8,666 
7,132 
12,375 
8,182 
63,982 
15,094 
5,835 
10,417 
16,129 



CITIES AND STATES 

Vincennes 
Wabash 



Peoria 

Quincy 

Robinson 

Rockford 

Rock Island 

Springfield 

Sterling 

Streator 

Tavlorville 

Urbana 

Waukegan ^^ ^^^ 

West Frankfort 14',683 

Wilmette 15 233 

Winnetka 12,' 166 

Woodstock 5 471 

INDIANA 

Pop. 3,238,503 



104,969 
39,241 

3,668 
85,864 
37,953 
71,864 
10,012 
14,728 

7,316 
13,060 
33,499 



Washington 
Whiting 

IOWA 

Pop. 2,470,939 



17,564 
8,840 
9,070 

10,880 



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Anderson 
Bedford 

Bloomington 
Brazil 

Clinton 

Columbus 

Connersville 

Crawfordsville 

East Chicago 

Elkhart 

Dlwood 

Kvansville 

Fort Wayne 

Frankfort 

Garv 

Goshen 

Hammond 

Huntington 

Indianapolis 

Jeffersonville 
Kokomo 

I^afayette 

ha. Porte 

IvOgansport 

Marion 

Michigan City 

Mishawaka 

Muncie 

New Albany 

New Castle 

Peru 

Richmond 

Shelbyville 

South Bend 

Terre Haute 

Valparaiso 



39,804 
13,208 
18,227 
8,744 
7,936 
9,935 
12,795 
10,355 
54,784 
32,949 
10,685 
102,249 
114,946 
12,196 
100,426 
10,397 
64,560 
13.420 
364.161 
11.946 
32,843 
26,240 
15,755 
18,508 
24.496 
26.735 
28,630 
46,548 
25,819 
14,027 
12,730 
32,493 
10,618 
104,193 
62.810 
8,079 



Atlantic 

Arnes 

Boone 

Burlington 

Carroll 

Cedar Falls 

Cedar Rapids 

Centerville 

Cherokee 

Clinton 

Council Bluffs 

Creston 

Davenport 

Des Moines 

Dubuque 

E)stherville 

Fairfield 

Fort Dodge 

Fort Madison 

Iowa City 

Keokuk 

Marshalltown 

Mason City 

Muscatine 

Newton 

Oskaloosa 

Ottumwa 

Perry 

Red Oak 

Sioux City 

Shenandoah 

Spencer 

Waterloo 

Webster City 

KANSAS 

Pop. 1,880,999 



5,585 
10,261 
11,886 
26,755 
4,691 
7,362 
56,097 
8,147 
6,443 
25,726 
42,048 
8,615 
60,751 
142,559 
41,679 
4,940 
6,619 
21,895 
13,779 
15,340 
15,106 
17,373 
23.304 
16.778 
11,560 
10,123 
28,075 
5,881 
5,778 
79,183 
6,502 
5,019 
46,191 
7,024 



Abilene 5,658 
Arkansas City 13,946 

Atchison 13,024 

Chanute 10,277 

Coffeyville 16,198 

Dodge City 10,059 

El Dorado 10,311 

Emporia 14,067 

Fort Scott 10,763 

Great Bend 5,548 



Hutchinson 

Independence 

Junction City 

Kansas City 

Lawrence 

Ivcavenworth 

Manhattan 

Newton 

Ottawa 

Parsons 

Pittsburg 

Pratt 

Salina 

Topeka 

Wellington 

Wichila 

Winfield 



NEW (1930) CENSUS 



CITIES AND STATES 



27,085|Bangor 
12,782Bath 



7,407 
121,857 
13,726 
17,466 
10,136 
11,034 



18,145 

6,322 

20,155 

64,120 

7,405 

111,110 

9,398 



KENTUCKY 

Pop. 2,614,589 



29,074 
12,348 
65,252 
6,729 
10.008 
11,626 
11,668 



Ashland 

Bowling Green 

Covington 

Danville 

Fort Thomas 

Frankfort 

Henderson 

Hopkinsville 

Lexington 

lyouisville 

Madisonville 

Mayfield 

Middlesborough 

Newport 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Richmond 

LOUISIANA 

Pop. 2,101,593 
Alexandria 23,025 

Baton Rouge 30,729 
Bogalusa 14,029 

Hammond 6,072 

Lafayette 14,635 

Lake Charles 15,791 
Monroe 26,028 

New Orleans 458,762 
Shreveport 76,655 

MAINE 

Pop. 797,423 



Belfast 
Biddeford 
Brunswick 
Calais 
Carihou 
Gardiner 
9,563 Floulton 
14,903 Lewiston 
Old Town 
Portland 
Presque Isle 
Rockland 
Rumford 
Saco 
Sanford 
Skowhegan 
South Portland 
Van Buren 
Waterville 
Westbrook 

MARYLAND 
Pop. 1,631,526 



28,749 
9,110 
4,993 
17,633 
6,144 
5,470 
7,248 
5,609 
6,865 

34,948 
7,266 

70,810 
4,662 
9,075 
8,726 
7,233 

13,392 
6,433 

13,840 
4,721 

15,454 

10,807 



Annapolis 
_ Baltimore 
10,746 Cambridge 



45,736 

307,745 

6,908 

8,177 

10,350 

29,744 

22,765 

33,541 

6,495 



Cumberland 

Frederick 

Frostburg 

Hagerstown 

Pocomoke City 

vSalisbury 

Westminster 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Pop. 4,249,614 



12,531 
804,874 

8,544 
37,747 
14,434 

5,588 
30,861 

2,609 
10,997 

4,463 



Auburn 
Augusta 



18,571 
17,198 



Adams 

Amesbury 

Arlington 

Athol 

Attleboro 

Belmont 

Beverly 

Boston 

Braintree 

Brockton 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Chelsea 

Chicopee 

Clinton 

Danvers 



12,697 
11,899 
36,094 
10,677 
21,769 
21,748 
25,086 

781,188 
15,712 
63,797 
47,490 

113,643 
45,816 
43,930 
12,817 
12,957 



Dedham 

£)asthampton 

FJverett 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Fitchburg 

Framingham 

Gardner 

Gloucester 



15,136 
11,323 

48,424 
10,951 
115,274 
40,692 
22,210 
19,399 
24,204 



Great Barrington 5,934 



Greenfield 

Haverhill 

Holyoke 

Hudson 

Lawrence 

Li^ominster 

Lowell 

Lynn 

Maiden 

Marlboro 

Maynard 

Medford 

Melrose 

Methuen 

Middleboro 

Milford 

Milton 

Natick 

Needham 

New Bedford 

Newburyport 

Newton 

North Adams 

No. Attleboro 

Northampton 

Northbridge 

Norwood 

Palmer 

Peabody 

Pittsfield 

Plymouth 

Quincy 

Revei e 

Rockland 

Salem 

Saugus 

Somerville 

Southbridge 

Springfield 

Stoneham 

Swampscott 

Taunton 

Wakefield 



15,500 

48,710 

56,537 

8,469 

85,068 

21,810 

100,234 

102,320 

58,036 

15,587 

7,156 

59,714 

23,170 

21,069 

8,608 

14,741 

16,434 

13,589 

10,845 

112,597 

15,084 

65,276 

21,621 

10,197 

24,381 

9,713 

15,049 

9,577 

21,345 

49,677 

13,042 

71,983 

35,680 

7,524 

43,353 

14,700 

103,908 

14,264 

149,900 

10,060 

10,346 

37,355 

16,318 



Waltham 39,247 

Ware 7,385 

Warren 3,765 

Watertown 34,913 

Webster 12,992 

Wellesley 11,439 

Westfield 19,775 

W. Springfield 16,684 

Weymouth 20,882 

Winchester 12,719 

Winthrop 16,852 

Woburn 19,434 

Worcester 195,311 

MICHIGAN 

Pop. 4,842,325 



Adrian 
Albion 
Alpena 
Ann Arhor 
Battle Creek 

Bay City 

Ben ton Harbor 

Cadillac 

Calumet 

Cheboygan 

Detroit 

Dearborn 

Dowagiac 

Ecorse 

Escanaba 

Ferndale 

Flint 

Grand Rapids 

Hamtramck 

Hancock 

Holland 

Highland Park 

Houghton 

lonia 

Iron Mountain 

Ironwood 

Ishpeming 

Jackson 

Kalamazoo 

Lansing 

Lincoln Park 

Ludington 

Manistee 

Marquettc 

Menominec 

Monroe 

Mt. Clemens 

Muskegou 



13,064 
8,524 
12,166 
26,944 
43,573 
47,355 
15,434 
9,570 
1,557 
4,923 
1,568,662 
50,358 
5,550 
12,716 
14,524 
20,855 
156,492 
168,592 
56,268 
5,795 
14,346 
52,959 
3,757 
6,562 
11,652 
14,299 
9,238 
55,187 
54,786 
78,397 
12,336 
8,898 
8,078 
14,789 
10,320 
18,110 
13.497 
41,390 



NEW (1930) CENSUS 



CITIES AND STATES 



Muskegonlleights 15,584 
Niles 11,326 

Owosso 14,496 

Pontiac 64,928 

P9rt Huron 31,361 

Kiver Rouge 17,314 

Saginaw 80,715 

Sault Ste. Marie 13.7S5 
St. Joseph 8,349 

Traverse City 12,539 
Wyandotte 28,368 

Ypsilanti 10,143 

MINNESOTA 

Pop. 2,563,953 

Albert I.ea 10,169 

Alexandria 3,876 

Austin 12,276 

Bemidji 7,202 

Brainerd 10,221 

Crookston 6,321 

Detroit I^akes 3,675 

Duluth 101,463 

Eveleth 7,484 

Faribault 12,767 

Fergus Falls 9,389 

Hibbing 15,666 

Mankato 14,038 

Minneapolis 464,356 

Montevideo 4,319 

Moorhead 7,651 

New Ulm 7,308 

Red Wing 9,629 

Rochester 20,621 

St. Cloud 21,000 

St. Paul 271,606 

So. St. Paul 10,009 

Stillwater 7,173 
Thief River Falls 4,268 

Virginia 11,963 

Willmar 6.173 

Winona 20,850 

MISSISSIPPI 

Pop. 2,009,821 



Biloxi 

Brookhaven 

Clarksdale 

Columbus 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 



14,850 
5,288 
10,043 
10,743 
14,807 
11,123 
12,547 
18,601 
48,282 



Ivaurel 18,017 

McComb 10,057 

VIeridiau 31,954 

^Jatchez 13,422 

Vicksburg 22,943 

Yazoo City 5,579 

MISSOURI 

Pop. 3,629,367 

Qrookfield 6,428 

Cape Girardeau 16,227 

Carthage 9,736 

Chillicothe 8,177 

Columbia 14,967 

Hannibal 22J6i 

Independence 15,296 

Jefferson City 21,596 

loplin 33,454 

Kansas City 399,746 

Kirksville 8,293 

Maplewood 12,657 

Marshall 8,103 

Maryville 5,217 

Vlexico 8,290 

Moberly 13,772 

Poplar Bluff 7,551 

Sedalia 20,806 

St. Charles 10,491 

St. Joseph 80,935 

St. Louis 821,960 

Springfield 57,527 

CJniversity City 25,809 

Warrensburg 5,146 

Webster Groves 16,487 

MONTANA 

■ Pop. 537,606 

12,494 



Anaconda 

Billings 

liozeman 

Butte 

Great Falls 

Helena 

Kalispell 

L,ewistown 

rjvingston 

Missoula 

Miles City 



16,380 

6,855 

39,532 

28,822 

11,803 

6,094 

5,358 

6,391 

14,657 

7,175 



NEBRASKA 

Pop. 1,377,963 
^lliance 6,669 

Beatrice 10,297 

Columbus 6,898 



Falls City 

Fremont 

Grand Island 

Hastings 

Kearney 

Lincoln 

McCook 

Nebraska City 

Norfolk 

North Platte 

Omaha 

Scottsbluff 

York 



5,787 

11,407 

18,041 

15,490 

8,5?5 

75,933 

6,688 

7,230 

10,717 

12,061 

214,006 

8,465 

5,712 



NEVADA 

Pop. 91,058 

Reno 18,529 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Pop. 465,293 



Berlin 

Claremont 

Concord 

Dover 

Exeter 

Franklin 

Keene 

Laconia 

Lebanon 

Littleton 

Manchester 

Nashua 

Portsmouth 

Rochester 

Somersworth 



20,018 

12,377 

25,228 

13,573 

4,872 

6,576 

13,794 

12,471 

7,073 

4,558 

76,834 

31,463 

14,495 

10,209 

5,680 



NEW JERSEY 



Pop. 4,041 
Asbury Park 
Atlantic City 
Bayonne 
Befleville 
Bloomficld 
Boonton 
Bridgeton 
Burlington 
Camden 
Carteret 
Clifton 
Collingswood 
Dover 

East Orange 
Elizabeth 
Englewood 



,334 
14,981 
66,198 
88,979 
26,974 
38,077 
6,866 
15,699 
10,844 
118,700 
13,339 
46,875 
12,723 
10,031 
68,020 
114,589 
17,805 



Garfield 29,739 

Gloucester 13,796 

Hackensack 24,568 

Harrison 15,601 

Hawthorne 11,868 

Hoboken 59,261 

Irvington 56,733 

lersey City 316,715 

Kearny 40,716 

Linden 21,206 

Lodi 11,549 

Long Branch 18,399 

Millville 14,705 

Montclair 42,017 

Morristown 15,197 

Mt. Holly 6,573 

Newark 442,337 

New Brunswick 34,555 

Newton 5,401 

Nutley 20,572 

Ocean City 5,525 

Orange 35,399 

Passaic 62,959 

Paterson 138,513 

Perth Amboy 43,516 

Phillipsburg 19,255 

Plainfield 34,422 

Pleasantville 11,580 

Rahway 16,011 

Red Bank 11,622 

Ridgefield Park 10,764 

Ridgewood 12,188 

Riverside 2,210 

i<oselle 13,021 

Rutherford 14,915 

Salem 8,047 

Somerville 8,255 

South Orange 13,630 

Summit 14,556 

Trenton 123,356 

Union City 58,659 

Vineland 7,556 

A^estfield 15,801 
West New York 37,107 

West Orange 24,327 

Wildwood 5,330 

Woodbury 8,172 

NEW MEXICO 

Pop. 423,317 

Albuquerque 26,570 

Clovis 8,027 

Roswell 11,173 

Santa Fe 11,176 



NEW (1930) CENSUS 



CITIES AND STATES 



NEW YORK 

Pop. 12,588,066 

Albany 127,412 

Amsterdani 34,817 

Auburn 36,652 

Batavia 17,375 

Beacon 11,933 

Binghamton 76,662 

BufTalo 573,076 

Canandaigua 7,541 

Carthage 4,460 

Cohoes 23,226 

Corning 15,777 

Cortland 15,043 

Dunkirk 17.802 

Elmira 47,397 

Endicott 16,231 

Floral Park 10,016 

Freeport 15,467 

Fulton 12,462 

Geneva 16,053 

Glen Cove 11,430 

Glens Falls 18,531 

Gloversville 23,099 

Hempstead 12,650 

Herkimer 10,446 

Hornell 16,250 

Hudson 12,337 

Ilion 9,890 

Ithaca 20,708 

Jamestown 45,155 

Johnson City 13,567 

Tohnstown 10,801 

Kenmore 16,482 

Kingston 28,088 

lyackawanna 23,948 

Little Falls 11,105 

lyockport 23,160 

Lynbrook 11,993 

Malone 8,657 

Massena 10,637 

Mechanicville 7,924 

Medina 6,071 

Middletown 21,276 
Mount Vernon 61,499 

Newark 7,649 

Newburgh' 31,275 

New Rochelle 54,000 
New York City 6,930,446 

Bronx Borough 

1,265.258 

Brooklyn Borough | 



Manhaiiati 


Borough 




1,867,312 


Queens Borough 




1,079,129 


»Richmond 


Borough 




158,346 


Niagara Fall, 


5 75,460 


No. Tonawanda 19,019 


Nyack 


5,392 


Ogdensburg 


16,915 


Olean 


21,790 


Oneida 


10,558 


Oneonta 


12,536 


Ossining 


15,241 


Oswego 


22,652 


Patchogue 


6,860 


Peekskill 


17,125 


Plattsburg 


13,349 


Port ehester 


22,662 


Port Jervis 
Poughkeepsie 


10,243 


40,288 


Rensselaer 


11,223 


Rochester 


328,132 


Rockville Center 13,718 


Rome 


32,338 


Rye 


8,712 


Salamanca 


9,577 


baratoga Springs 13,169 


Schenectady 


95,692 


Seneca Falls 


6,443 


Syracuse 


209,326 


Tarrytown 


6,841 


ronawanda 


12,681 


Troy 


72,763 


Utica 


101,740 


Valley Stream 


11,790 


Watertown 


32,205 


Watervlict 


16,083 


Waverly 


5,662 


VVellsville 


5,674 


White Plains 


35,830 


Vonkcrs 


134,646 


NORTH CAROLINA 


Pop. 3,170,276 


Asheville 


50,193 


Burlington 


9,737 


Charlotte 


82,675 


Concord 


11,820 


Durham 


52,037 


Elizabeth City 


10,037 


Fayetteville 


13,049 


Gastonia 


17.093 



Goldsboro 14,985 

Greensboro 53,569 

Henderson 6,345 

Hendersonville 5,070 

Hickory 7,363 

High Point 36,745 

Kinston 11,362 

New Bern 11,981 
Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 21,412 

Salisbury 16,951 

Shelby 10,789 

Statesville 10,490 

Washington 7,035 

Wilmington 32,270 

Wilson 12,613 

Winston-Salem 75,274 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Pop. 680,845 



Bartlesville 
E). lyiverpool 
Elyria 
Euclid 
Findlay 
Fostoria 
Fremont 
Galion 
37,379 Garfield Heights 



Bismarck 11,090 

Devils I^ake 5,451 

Fargo 28,619 

Grand Forks 17,112 

Jamestown 8,187 

Minot 16,099 

Valley City 5,268 

OHIO 
Pop. 6,646,697 



Akron 

Alliance 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Barberton 

Bellefontaine 

Bellaire 

Bucyrus 

Cambridge 

Campbell 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Cincinnati 



255,040 
23,047 
11,141 
23,301 
23,934 
9,543 
13,327 
10,027 
16,129 
14,673 

104,906 
18,340 

451,160 



Hamilton 

I ronton 

Kenton 

Eakewood 

I^ancaster 

lyima 

fyorain 

Mansfield 

Marietta 

Marion 

Martins Ferry 

Massillon 

Middletown 

Mount Vernon 

Newark 



14,763 
23,329 
25,633 
12,751 
19,363 
12,790 
13,422 

7,674 
15,589 
52,176 
16,621 

7,069 
70,509 
18,716 
42,287 
44,512 
33,525 
14,285 
31,084 
14,524 
26,400 
29,992 

9,370 
30,596 



New Philadelphia 12,365 



Clcveland Heights 50,945 
Cleveland 900,429 



Columbus 

Conneaut 

Coshocton 

Cuyahoga Falls 

Dayton 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Dover 

E. Cleveland 



290.564 

9,691 

10,908 

19,797 

200,982 

8,818 

8,675 

9,i'16 



Niles 

Norwalk 

Norwood 

Painesville 

Parma 

Piqua 

Portsmouth 

Salem 

Sandusky 

Shaker Heights 

Springfield 

Steubenville 

Struthers 

Tiffin 

Toledo 

Urbana 

Warren 



16,314 
7,776 
33,411 
10,944 
13,899 
16,009 
42,560 
10,622 
24,622 
17,783 
68,743 
35,422 
11,249 
16,428 
290,718 
7,742 
41,062 



Wash. Court House 8,426 



Willoughby 

Wooster 

Xenia 

Youngstown 

Zanesville 



4,252 

10,742 

10,507 

170,002 

36,440 



OKLAHOMA 

Pop. 2,396,040 

Ada 11,261 

Altus 8,439 



39,667|Ardmore 



15.741 



NEW (1930) CENSUS 



Bristow 6,619 

Chickasha 14,099 

Cushing 9,301 

Duncan 8,363 

Durant 7,463 

Kl Reno 9,384 

E)nid 26,399 

I.awton 12,121 

McAlester 11,804 

Miami 8,064 

Muskogee 32,026 

Norman 9,603 
Oklahoma City 185,389 

Okmulgee 17,097 

Pawhuska 5,931 

Ponca City 16,136 

Sapulpa 10,533 

Seminole 11,459 

Shawnee 23,285 

Stillwater 7,016 

X"^sa 141,258 

Wewoka 10,401 

OREGON 

Pop. 953,786 



Albany 

Asturia 

Bend 

Eugene 

Klamath Falls 

La Grande 

Medford 

Pendieton 

Portland 

Roseburg 

Salem 



5,325 
10,349 

8,848 
18,9ül 
16,093 

8,050 
11,007 

6,621 
301,815 

4,362 
26,266 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Pop. 9,631,350 
Allentown 
Aliquippa 
Altoona 
Ambridge 
Arnold 
Ashland 
Beaver Falls 
Bellevue 
Berwick 
Bethlehem 
Bloomsburg 
Braddock 
Bradford 
Bristol 
Brownsville 



Butler 

Canonsburg 
Carbondalc 
Carlisle 
Carnegie 
Chanibersburg 
Charleroi 
ehester 
Clairton 
Coatesville 
Columbia 
Connellsville 
Conshohocken 
Coraopolig 
Corry 
Danville 
Dickson City 
Donora 
Dormont 
l>>u Bois 
Dunmore 
Duquesne 
Easton 
Ellwood City 
Erie 
Farrell 
Franklin 
Greensburg 
Greenville 
Hanovcr 
Harrisburg 
Hazleton 
Homestead 
Honesdale 
Indiana 
Jeannette 
Jenkintown 
Johnstowu 
Kingston 
92,563 Kittanning 
27,116 Lancaster 
82,054 Eansdale 
20,227 Ivansdowne 
10,575 Lansford 

7,164 Latrobe 
17,147 Uebanon 
10,252 T^ewistown 
12,660 lyock Haven 
.57,892 Mahanoy City 

9,093 McKeesport 
19,329 Mc Kees Rocks 
19,306 Meadville 
11,799 Media 
2,869 Milton 



23,568 
12,558 
20,061 
12,596 
12,497 
13,788 
11,260 
59,164 
15,291 
14,582 
11,349 
13,290 
10,815 
10,724 
7,152 
7,185 
12,395 
13,905 
13,190 
11,595 
22,627 
21,^96 
34,468 
12,323 
115,967 
14,359 
10,254 
16,508 
8,628 
11,805 
80,339 
36,765 
20,141 
5,490 
9,569 
15,126 
4,797 
66,993 
21,600 
7,808 
59,949 
8,379 
9,542 
9,632 
10,644 
25,561 
13,357 
9,668 
14,784 
54,632 
18,116 
16,698 
5,372 
8|552 I 



CITIES AND STATES 



\ 



Monessen 20,268 

< Monongahela 8,675 

Mount Carmel 17,967 

Mount Pleasant 5,869 

Munhall 12,995 

Nanticoke 26,043 

New Castle 48,674 

New Kensington 16,762 

Norristown 35,853 

North Braddock 16,782 

Dil City 22,075 

Cid Forge 12,661 

Olyphant 10,743 

Phoenixville 12,029 

Philadelphia 1,950,961 

Pittsburgh 669,817 

Pittston 18,246 

Plymouth 16,543 

Pottstown 19,430 

Pottsville 24,300 

Punxsutawney 9,266 

Reading 111,171 

Sayre 7,902 

Scottdale 6,714 

Scranton 143,433 

Shamokin 20,274 

Sharon 25,908 

Shenandoah 21,782 

Steelton 13,291 

Stroudsburg 5,961 

Sunbury 15,626 

Swissvale 16,029 

Tamaqua 12,936 

Tarentum 9,551 

Taylor 10,428 

Titusville 8,055 

Turtle Creek 10,690 

Tyrone 9,042 

Uniontown 19,544 

Vandergrift 11,479 

Warren 14,863 

Washington 24,545 

Waynesnoro 10,167 

West ehester 12,325 

Wilkinsburg 29,639 

Wilkes-Barr*- 86,626 

Williamsport 45,729 

York 55,254 

RHODE ISLAND 

Pop. 687,497 

Bristol 11,953 

Central Falls 25,898 



Cumberland 

E. Providence 

lyincoln 

Newport 

No. Providence 

Pawtucket 

Providence 

Warwick 

Westerly 

W. Warwick 

Woonsocket 



10,304 
29,995 
10,421 
27,612 
11,104 
77,149 
252,981 
23.196 
10,997 
17,696 
49,376 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

Pop. 1,738,765 



Anderson 

Charleston 

Columbia 

Florence 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Rock Hill 

Spartanburg 

Sumter 



14,383 
62,265 
51,581 
14,774 
29,154 
11,020 
11,322 
28,723 
11,780 



SOUTH DAKOTA 
Pop. 692,849 



Aberdeen 

Brookings 

Huron 

Lead 

Mitchell 

Rapid City 

Sioux Fallg 

Watertown 

Vankton 



16,465 

4,376 

10,946 

5,733 

10,942 

10,404 

33,362 

10,214 

6,072 



TENNESSEE 
Pop. 2,616,556 



Cranston 



42,911|Paris 



Bristol 

Chattanooga 

Clarksville 

Cleveland 

Columbia 

Dyersburg 

Greeneville 

Jackson 

Johnson City 

Kingsport 

Knoxville 

Memphis 

Murfreesboro 

Nashville 



12,005 
119,798 
9,242 
9,136 
7,882 
8,733 
5,544 
22,172 
25,080 
11,914 
105,802 
253,143 
7,993 
153,866 
8.164 



NEW (1930) CENSUS 



TEXAS 

Pop. 5,824,715 



Abilene 

Amarillo 

Austin 

Beaumont 

Big Spring 

Bonham 

Breckenridge 

Brownsville 

Brownwood 

Bryan 

Childress 

Cleburne 

Coleman 

Corpus Christi 

Corsicana 

Dallas 

Del Rio 

Denison 

Denton 

Kdinburg 

Kl Paso 

Ennis 

Fort Worth 

Gainesville 

Galveston 

Greenville 

Harlingen 

Houston 

Laredo 

Lubbock 

Lufkin 

Marshall 

McAllen 

McKinney 

Palestine 

Pampa 

Paris 

Plainview 

Port Arthur 

Ranger 

San Angelo 

San Antonio 

San Benito 

Sherman 

Sweetwater 

Taylor 

Temple 

Ter r eil 

Texarkana 

Tyler 

V«-non 



23,175 
43,132 
53,120 
57,732 
13,735 

5,655 

7,569 
22,021 
12,789 

7,814 

7,163 
11,539 

6,078 
27,741 
15,202 
260,475 
11,693 
13,850 

9,587 

4,821 
102,421 

7,069 
163,447 

8,915 
52,938 
12,407 
12,124 
292,352 
32,618 
20,520 

7,311 
16,203 

9,074 

7,307 
11,445 
10,470 
15,649 

8,834 
50,902 

6,208 
25,308 
231,542 
10,753 
15,713 
10,848 

7,463 
15,345 

8,795 

16,602 

17,113 

9,137 



Victoria 7.421 

Waco 52,848 

Waxahachie 8,042 

Wharton 2,691 

Wichita Falls 43,690 

Yoakum 5,656 

UTAH 

Pop. 507,847 

Brigham 5,093 

Logan 9,979 

Murray 5,172 

Ogden 40,272 

Provo 14,766 

Salt Lake City 140,267 

Tooele 5,135 

VERMONT 

Pop. 359,611 
Barre 11,307 

Bennington 7,390 

Brattleboro 8,709 

Burlington 24,789 

Montpelier 7,837 

NJewport 5,094 

Rutland 17,315 

St. Albans 8,020 

St. Johnsbury 7,920 

Winooski 5,308 

VIRGINIA 
Pop. 2,421,851 



CITIES AND STATES 



Alexandria 

Charlottesville 

Clifton Forge 

Covington 

Danville 

Fredcricksburg 

Hampton 

Harnsonburg 

Hopewell 

Kynchburg 

Martinsville 

Newport New» 

N^orfolk 

Norton 

Petersburg 

Portsmouth 

Pulaski 

Radford 

"^ichmond 

Roanoke 

So. Norfolk 

Staunton 



24,149 

15,246 
6,839 
6,538 

22,247 
6,819 
6,382 
7,232 

11,327 

40,661 
7,705 

34,417 

129,710 

3,077 

28,564 

45,704 

7,168 

6,227 

182,929 

69,206 
7,857 

11.990 



Suffolk 10,271 

Wayneshoro 6,226 

Winchester 10,855 

WASHINGTON 

Pop. 1,563,396 



Aberdeen 21,723 

Anacortes 6,564 

Bellingham 30,823 

Bremerton 10,170 

Centralia 8,058 

Dverett 30,567 

Hoquiam 12,766 

Kelso 6,260l 

lyongview 10,652 

Mt. Vernon 3,690 

Olympia 11,733 

Port Angeles 10,188 

Puyallup 7,094 

Seattle 365,583 

Spokane 115,514 

Tacoma 106,817 

Vancouver 15,766 

Walla Walla 15,976 

Wenatchce 11,627 

Yakima 22,101 

WEST VIRGINIA 
Pop. 1,729,205 

Beckley 9,357 

Bluefield 19,339 

Charleston 60,408 

Clarksburg 28,866 

Elkins 7,345 

Fairmont 23,159 

Grafton 1,1^7 

Hinton 6,654 

Huntington 75,572 

Keyser 6,248 

Logan 4,396 

Martinsburg 14,857 

Montgomery 2,906 

Morgantown 16,186 

Moundsville 14,411 

Oak Hill 2,076 

Parkersburg 29,623 

Princeton 6,955 

Richwood 5,720 

So. Charleston 5,904 

Welch 5,376 

Wellsburg 6,398 

Weston 8,646 

Wheeling 61,659 

Williamson 9,410 



WISCONSIN 



Pop 
Antigo 
Appleton 
Ashland 
Baraboo 
Beaver Dam 
Beloit 

Chippewa Falls 
Cudahy 
De Pere 
Eau Ciaire 
Fond du Lac 
[Fort Atkinson 
Green Bay 
Janesville 
Kaukauna 
Kenosha 
La Crosse 
Madison 
Manitowoc 
Marinette 
Marshfield 
Menasha 
Menomonie 
Merrill 
Milwaukee 
Monroe 
Neenah 
Oshkosh 
Portage 
Racine 
i^hinelander 
Sheboygan 
Shorewood 
South Milwaukee 
Stevens Point 
Sturgeon Bay 
Superior 
Two Rivers 
Watertown 
Waukesha 
Wausau 
Wauwatosa 
West Allis 



2,939,006 

8,610 
25,267 
10,622 

5,545 

9,867 
23,611 

9,539 
10,631 

5,521 
26,287 
26,449 

5,793 
37,415 
21,628 

6,581 
50,262 
39,614 
57.899 
22,963 
13,734 

8,778 

9,062 

5,595 

8,458 
578,249 

5,015 

9,151 
40,108 

6,308 
67,542 

8.019 
39,251 
13.479 
10.706 
13,623 

4,983 
36,113 
10,083 
10,613 
17,176 
23,758 
21,194 
34,671 



Wisconsin Rapids 8,726 

WYOMING 

Pop. 225,565 
Casper 16,619 

Cheyenne 17,361 

Laramie 8,609 

Rock Springs 8,440 

Sheridan 8,536 



UNITED STATES POSTAGE 

Air Mail. — Mail carried by airplane 6 centi 
for each ounce or fraction thereof, regardlesa 
of distance. This includes transportation to and 
froin the air-mail route. 

FirütClass. — Letters and all matter sealed or 
containiiiH writing. Rate 3 ctrnts für each ounce 
or fraciion thereuf. Lctters for local delivery at 
letttrr carrier ortkes and letters to l)c delivercd 
by Uural or Star Koute carrier and thusc depot- 
ited in boxcs along Kural or Star Route 2 Cents 
for each ounce or fraction thereof. and 1 cetit 
whcre free ddivery by carrier is not established. 

Business reply cards and envelopes bearing the 
printed name and address of the distributor and 
the prescribed indicia, including the number of 
the special permit, may be distributed, and rc. 
turned thruugh the mads without prepayrnent of 
postage, the regulär postagc plus one cent addi- 
tional to be cullected on delivery. Postal cards, 
private mailing cards, Souvenir cards 1 cent. 
(See plaiii printed cards under third class). 

SecondClass. — The rate of postagc on pub- 
lications cntered as second-class matter, when 
sent bv other^ than the publisher or news agent, 
shail be 1 ccnt for each 2 ounces or fraction 
thereof, except when the postage at tht rates 
prescribeü for fourthclass matter is Iower, in 
which case the latter rates shall apply: Frovided, 
Thai these rates shall also apply to sample copies 
of jiuMications entcred as second-class matter 
maiied in excess of the qiiantity entitied by law 
to be s nt al the fwund rates. and to copies 
maiied by publishers to other than subscribers or 
to persons who are not properly includable in 
the legitimate list of subscribers required by law. 

Third-CIass. — Unsealed. Merchandise, iricom- 
pirte copies of newsi)apers. printed and other 
mailalile matter (except that of the First or 
Sccniul class) not exceeding 8 ounces, 1^ cent9 
for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof, 

Books and catalot^ues (24 or more pages and 
substantially bound), seeds, cuttings, bulbs, 
roots. sciens. and plants, not exceeding 8 ounces, 
1 Cent for each 2 ounces or fraction tht reof. 

Piain Printed Cards (larger than 2}" x 4") 
1 i Cents. 

Fourth Class.— (Parcel Post). All mailablt 
matter over 8 ounces and not excevding 70 
pninids atid nnt includ d in the three prcteding 
rlasses. Parcels may not exceed 100 inches in 
length and girth combined. 



Zone 

Ist 

2nd 

3rd 

4th 

5th 

6th 

7th 

8th 



50 to 150 

150 to 300 

300 to 600 

öQO to 1000 

1000 to 1400 

1400 to 1800 



Parcel Post 

To compute parcel post zone rates use the 
following table: Local — First pound 7 Cents, 
1 cent for each additional 2 pounds. 

miles Ist pound each additional Ib. 
up to 50 8 Cents 1.1 cents 

8 Cents 1.1 cents 

9 Cents 2 cents 

10 Cents 3.5 cents 

11 Cents S.Z cents 

12 Cents 7 cents 
14 Cents 9 cents 

1800 & over 15 cents 11 cents 

A fraction ol a cent in the total amount of 
postage on any parcel shall be counted as a füll 
cent. Parcels maiied on rural routes — 2 cents 
less per parcel than at the rates shown herein 
when addressed for local delivery, and 3 cents 
less per parcel for other than local delivery. 

Special Handling 

If quick handling of a parcel is desired, mark 
'Special Handling" and add to the postage 10 
cents up to 2 pounds; 2 to 10 pounds, 15 cents; 
over 10 pounds, 20 cents. 

Special Delivery 

Special delivery secures the immediate deliv- 
ery within the 'ietter carrier" limits of city- 
delivery offices and within a mile limit of any 
other post-office; also at houses of patrons living 
on or within a half mile of rural routes. Special 
delivery fees in addition to regulär postage on 
first class mail up to 2 pounds, 10 cents; 2 to 10 
pounds, 20 Cents; over 10 pounds, 25 cents. 
Fees on other than first class up to 2 pounds, 15 
Cents; 2 to 10 pounds, 25 cents; over 10 pounds, 
35 Cents. 

Insurance 

Domestic third and fourth class mail may be 
insured against loss, rifling, or damaee in an 
amount equiyalent to its actual value. Insurance 
fees, in addition to the regulär postage, valua- 
tion not exceeding $5. — 5 cents; $25. — 10 cents; 
$50.-15 cents; $100.-25 cents; $150. — 30 
Cents; $200. — 35 cents. (Return receipts 3 
Cents additional). 

C. O. D. Service (Domestic) 

Parcels may be sent C. O.D. C. O. D. fee, in 
addition to regulär postage, for collections not 
exceeding $5.-12 cents; $25.-17 cents; $50. 
—22 Cents; $100.— 22 cents; $150. — 40 cents; 
$200.-45 Cents. 



REMINDER INDEX OF 

JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE 



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IMPORTANT ENTRIES 

JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. 



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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Troy Wcight 

24 »rain8=l pwt. 12 ounccs=l pound. 
20 pwt«.=l ouncc. 

Uied for weighmg eold. silvcr and jcwel». 

Apothccariea' W^eight 
20 grains=l scruple. 8 drams=l ounce. 

5 8cruples=l dram. 12 ounces=l pound. 
The ounce and pound in this arc thc samc ai 

Troy wcight. 

Avoirdupois Welght 
27 11-32 grains=l dram. 4 quarters=l cwt. 
16 drams=l ounce. 2,(XK) Ibs =1 short ton. 

16 ounces=l pound. 2,240 lbs.=l long ton. 

25 pounds=l quartcr. 

Dry Mcasure 
2 pints=l quart. 4 pecks=l bushel. 

8 quart8=l pcck. 36 bushels=l chaldron. 

Liquid Measure 
4 gills=l pint. 31* gallons=l barrcl. 

2 pints=l quart. 2 barrcl»— 1 hogshead. 
4 quarts=l gallon. 

Mariner«' Measure 

6 feet=l fathom 6,280 feet=l stat. mile. 
120fathoms=lcab.le'th. 6,085 icet=l naut. müe. 

74 cable lengths=l mile. 

Miacellaneout 

3 inches=l palm. 18 inchcs=l cubit. ^ 

4 inches=l band. 21.8 in =1 Bible cubit. 

6 inchcs=l span. 2i £eet=l mihtary pace. 

Square Measure 
144 sq. !nches=l sq. ft. 40 sq. rods=l rood. 

9sq. feet^lsq. yard. 4 roods=l acre. 
30i sq. yds.=l sq. rod. 640 acres=l sq. mile. 

Surveyora* Measure 
7.92 inches=l link 4 rods=l chain. 

25 links— 1 rod. 

10 sq. chains or 160 squarc rods=l acre. 
840 acres=l sq. mile. 
36 sq. miles (6 miles sq.)=l township. 

Cubic Measure 
1,728 cubin.=lcub.ft. 128 c.ft.=l cord (wood) 
27 cubic ft.=l cubic yd. 40 c. ft.=ton (shpg.). 
2.150.42 cubic inches=l Standard bushel. 
268.8 cubic in.=l Standard gallon. 
1 cubic foot=about four-fifths of a bushel. 

Long Measure 
12 inche8=l foot. 40 rods=l furlong. 

3 feet=l yard. 8 furlongs=l sta. mile, 

5& yard8=l rod. 8 mücs— 1 league. 



JANUARY, 1935 



New Year*s Day 



TUES 

1 



WED 

2 



THUR 

3 



FRI 



BAT 

5 



JANUARY, 1935 



SUN 

6 



KON 

7 



TUES <2) -Q I 

8 ^w--2_'^^ö' 



^^-^ 



"WED 

9 



THITB 



10 A3' 



FRI 



SAT 

12 



-^-^ 



''-^ 



^5/- 



JANUARY, 


1935 


STTN 

13 

MON 

14 


'5/ 




TXTES 

15 


'A/. 

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WED 

16 

THTIR 

17 



P^ Z -/* - ^(h rv^ • 18 



'''m'^^J'p) 



BAT 



Lec's Birthday (U. S.) Jg 



JANUARY, 1935 



BUN 

20 



21 ^ ^ '^ f^ih /"-^ 



TXTEB 






WED 

23 






jgs--^ 



SAT 

26 



JAN., 1935, FEB. 







SUN 

6*727 



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KON 

28 



TTTE8 

29 






WED 

30 



IHUR 

31 



FEBRUARY 






RI 

1 



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BAT 

2 



SUN 

3 



FEBRUARY, 1935 



MON 

4 



TÜE8 

5 



WED 

6 



THUB 

7 






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BAT 

9 



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FEBRUARY, 1935 



10 



KOK 
11 



WED 

13 



THUB 

14 



Lincoln's Birthday (U. S.) ^^^^ 



ntx 
15 

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FEBRUARY, 1935 



MON 

18 



TÜES 

19 



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THUB 

21 



22 WasMhjffon's Birthday (U.S.) 



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■M 



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FEB., 1935, MAR. 



KON 

25 



26 



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'WED 

27 



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THtTH 

28 



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MARCH ^i 



4 



BAT 






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MARCH, 1935 



MARCH, 1935 



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4 



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5 



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6 



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10 

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12 



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14 






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SAT 



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15 



17 



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St. Patrick's Day 

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19 



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FRI 

22, u--^ 



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MARCH, 1935 



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24 



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25 






TIJES 

26 



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27 



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MAR., 1935, APR. 



APRIL, 1935 



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MON 



1 APRIL 

6 » TrA^A^itjC^a^ tuju 



StTK 

7 






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8 



XüEB 

9 



5 







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10 






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12 






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15 ^ V 'X' . 



TTTE8 

16 



WED 

17 



IHUB 

18 






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APRIL, 1935 
Easter 



BTnr 
21 









MO 

22 



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TUES 

•^ 23 



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WED 

24 



THTTR 

25 






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27 



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28 



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29 



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9 



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Mother's Day 



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/AY, 



1935 



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19 



13 



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14 



WED 

15 







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17 



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18 



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28 «^ ^- 
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4 



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29 



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5 



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9 



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10 






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19 

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20 



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21 



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SAT 

22 



SUN 

23 



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3 



THUR 



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6 



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21 



JULY, 1935 



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3 



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26 



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30 



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28 



NOVEMBER, 1935 



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9 



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12 



NOVEMBER, 1935 






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18 



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26 



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3 



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4 



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30 






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27 



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28 



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yy^ Memoranda and Addresses 

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MEMORANDA AND ADDRESSES 




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2.88 
3.85 
4.81 
5.77 
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9.G2 
10.58 
11.54 
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3.85 
5.77 
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9.62 
11.64 
13.40 
15.38 
17.31 
19.23 
21.15 
2,108 
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13.46 20.92 



14.42 
15.38 
16.35 
17.31 
18.27 
19.23 
20.19 
21.15 
22.12 
23.08 
24.04 
25.00 



28.85 

30.77 

32.69 

34.62 

36.54 

38.40 

40.38 

42.31 

44.23 

46.15 

48.08 

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2.00 

2.31 
4.02 
6.92 
9.23 
11.64 
13.85 
16.15 
18.46 
20.77 
23.08 
25.38 
27.69 
30.00 
32.31 
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36.92 
39.23 
41.54 
43.85 
46.13 
48.46 
50.77 
53.08 
55.38 



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5.77 
8.651 
11.54 
14.42 
17.31 
20.19 
23.081 
25.9 
28.85 
31.73 
34. G2 
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40.38 
43.27 
46.15 
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51.92 
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12.31 
15.38 
18.46 
21.54 
24.62 
27.69 
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36.92 
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43.08 
46.15 
49.23 
32.31 
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6.92 
10.38 
13.85 
17.31 
20.77 
24.23 
27.69 
31.15 
34.62 
38.08 
41.54 
45.00 
48.46 
51.92 
56.38 
58.85 
62.31 
65.77 
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72.69 
76.15 
79.62 
83.08 
86.54 
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7.69 
11.54 
15.38 
19.23 
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26.92 
30.77 
34.62 
38.46 
42.31 
46.15 
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53.85 
57.69 
61.64 
65.38 
69.23 
73.08 
76.92 
80.77 
84.62 
88.46 
92.31 
96.15 
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Table of Wages by the Week. 



4.17 

4.81 
9.62 
14.42 
19.23 
24.04 
28.85 
33.65 
38.46 
43.27 
48.08 
52.88 
57.69 
62.50 
67.31 
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76.92 
81.73 
86.54 
91.35 
96.15 
100.96 
105.77 
110.68 
115.38 
120.19 
125.00 



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2.33 

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4.67 

5.83 

7.00 

8.17 

9.33 

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11.67 

12.83 

14.00 



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1.34 

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2.G7 

4.00 

5.33 

6.67 

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9.33 

10.67 

12.00 

13.33 

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2.25 

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1.67 2.08 2.92 3.33 

2.50 3.13 4.38 5 00 

3.33 4.17 5.83 6.67 

5 00 6.25 8.75 10.00 

6.67 8.33 11.67 13.33 

8.33 10.42 14.68 16 67 

10.00 12.50 17 60 20.00 

11.67 14 58 20.42 23.33 

13.33 16.67 23.33 26.67 

15.00 18.75 26.25 30.00 

16.67 20 83 29.17 33,33 

18..33 22.92 32.08 36.67 

20.00 2.5.00 a5.00l4O00 

^ These tables are on the basis of 26 work- 
tng days to the month and 6 working days to 
the week. The one day in Italic at top of 
tables IS on the basis of 30 working days to 
tue month and 7 working days to the week. 



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THE IDEAL 

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Maps oF the NX^orld 

Postdl Reguldtions 

GencrdI Information 

C<3sh Account 

MADE IN U.S.A. 



AUTOMOBILE 



Name of Make 

Type of Boav 

NUMBER OF CYLINDERC 

DiAM. OF Bore Ctroke... 

H. P Mfrs. No 

Model Year Eng. No. 

Date Acquired 

Registration No 

LiCENSE No 

State 

Particular Equipment 




PERSONAL 



Name 



A D D R EoS..^^f?:!?r!:1r.,^7?:.. .^^^ 



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TELEPHONE...f?^?rJ^^^ 

In Gase of Accident Notify. 

My Physician 

His Address and Telephone.... 



My Height Is Ft In. 

My Average Weight Is 

SIZE OF HAT^.^..^*'..!c0LLAR 

SiZE OF Shirt Sleeve Length 

SiZE OF GLOVES.^^HOES.^.^t C/^J) 

Make of Watch.v??:^!«^.??^. 

Case No Works No 



UNITED STATES POSTAGE 

for^each "ai;;^' o! ^VuL^f, '""l''"'' <> ""'= 

and fron, the "r-mäu' rome. '""'"«'"'"■<'" to 
i'irst-Class.— Letters aiiU all matter «»-.i«j » 

and those depo^sited in boxe ^'al^ Ku?a7 or 

^^hTlli r-clf^i-l ?rrvA"^^^^ 

carrier is not established. ^''^ ^^^'""^'^ ^^ 

Souvenir cardt 1 cent ^75^^ ""^'^"«^ ^^'■^S; 
Cards under third cllssj ^^'^ ^^"^" ^''''^^^ 

i^econd-CIass.-— The rat<» nf r.«o* 
hcations entered as s/rnV?^ . P^^tage on pub- 

sent by others than f h^ ^^ m' i?"^"^^' ^^en 
agent/shall bfl Cent fnr^"^t'^^^ °^ "^ws 
fraction thereof excenf ^», ^^^\ ^ ^""^^8 or 
the rates nresrrlhfH^ 1^* 7^^", ^^^ postage at 

Ply: ProvidTd Tut^'J^Z ^^^*f' ^^^«s shall ap- 
Ply to sample conie. of^ ""l*,^^ '^^" ^^^^ ap- 
as second-class matter m.,?'i^^-''^*'°"^ ^"^ered 
quantity emftle? bt 1?^ . '? ^''^^^^ °^ the 
pound rates f^^ 7 ^^^ • *° ^^ sent at the 
lishers to oäer th.n° ^^'^l "^^"^^ by pub 

who are not 'proneJlv ".^rS^l^ °^ *« P^^ons 
t matP I,cf T>f properJy mcludable in the Ipo-i 

ThfJri ""^ s"bscrit)ers required bv W ^ 



?ectt crair;^<rree& 1 '"^ I^'-' - 

ounces, 1 cetxt for efch ?\>. ««eeding 8 

thereoi " ^ ounces or fraction 

l'4ci>«s^"""=<* C"''^ ('"«««• 'han 2?4"x4") 

mattT'o;^l'"8-lL"r' ^°^"- AU mailable 

inchef iS'T/n1t./a^n^d"l?r.,?ro.Cel.^"'=<' "° 

Parcel Post 

Jst up to 50 

2nd 50tol50 

3ra 150 to 300 

f th 300 to 600 

5th 600 to 1000 

6th 1000 to 1400 

7th 1400 to 1800 

8th 1800&over 



Ist pound each additional Ib. 
ö Cents 1 I ^- 



8 Cents 

8 Cents 

9 Cents 

10 Cents 

11 Cents 

12 Cents 
14 Cents 



1.1 Cents 
1.1 Cents 
2 Cents 
3.5 Cents 
5.3 Cents 
7 Cents 
9 Cents 
11 Cents 



A fr.^^""^"/^^ 15 Cents n cent's 

Cents less p?r nlrci? t'l'^n °? I"'^' ^«'"««-2 
delivery. ^ ^^^^^ *°^ ^^^er than local 

Tf . , Special Handling 

maVlc ^"S?ec?ar1!ia"n^dl?:;g'^ fn^d^^^d^J '^t^^ 
postage 10 Cents iinftl^o ° ^^^^ '^ the 

Pounis. 15 c?nt övV%%oTdt"2oU°ts.''' 



U. S. Postage— (Continued) 
Special Delivery 

special delivery secures the immediate de- 
livery wUhin the "letter carrier" limits of 
city-dehvery offices and within a mile limit of 
any other post-office; also at houses of patrons 
hvin^ on or within a half mile of rural routes. 
special delivery fees in addition to regulär 
postage on hrst class mail up to 2 pounds, 10 
Cents; 2 to 10 pounds, 20 cents; over 10 
pounds, 25 cents. Fees on other than first 
class up to 2 pounds, 15 cents; 2 to 10 
pounds, 25 cents; over 10 pounds, 35 cents. 

Insurance 

Domestic third and fourth class mail may 
be insured against loss, rifling, or damage in 
an amount equivalent to its actual value. In- 
surance fees, in addition to the regulär 
postage, valuation not exceeding $5.-5 cents: 

* . ^2,r^^^"*^' $50.-15 Cents; $100.-25 
Cents; $150.-30 cents; $200.-35 cents. (Re- 
turn receipts 3 cents additional). 

C. O. D. Service (Domestic) 

• -^^JS^^^ ^^y ^^ ^^"* C- ^' O- C. O. D. fce, 
in addition to regulär postage, for collections 

J?n ^^S,e<=^^"? ^^TtH ^^"^s; $25.-17 cents: 

lentT^ ^l^n^'^V" ^100.-32 cents; $150.-4(5 
Cents, $200. — 4d cents. 

Money Order Fees 

Domestic— For sums not exceeding $2.50, 6 

TiVa ^yr $2 50 to $5.-8 cents;^Over $5, 

Ov!i 4";;^ ^'^T.*-?' 9^r^^ ^^Ö' *« $20.-13 Cents 
Over $20, to $40.— 15 cents; Over $40, to $60 

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HELP IN GASE OF ACCIDENTS 

Drowning. 1. I^oosen clothing. 2. Empty 
lungs of water by laying body on its stomach 
and hfting it by the middle. letting head hang 
down. Jerk body a few times. 3. Pull tongue 
forward, using handkerchief, or pin with string 
if necessary 4. Imitate motion of respiration 
Dy alternately comi,ressing and expanding lower 
ribs about twenty times a minute. Alternately 
raising and lowering arnis from sides up above 
the head will stimulate action of the lungs. 
l.et it be done gently but persistently. 5. Ap- 
ply warmth and friction to extremities. 6. By 
holding tongue forward, closing nostrils and 
pressmg "Adam's apple" back (so as to dose 
entrance to stomach), -direct inflation can be 
tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it forci- 
bly into mouth of patient; compress ehest to 
^rKrr- ^^r,^, rcpcat Operation. 7. DON'T 
wnrTPc r' ?e«PJe_ have been saved after 
JMUUKb of patient vigorous effort. 8. When 
breathing hegins take patient into warm bed, 
give WARM drinks, or spirits in teaspoonfuls, 
iresh air and quiet. 

BuRNS AND ScALDS. Cover with Cooking Soda 
and lay wet cloths over it. Whites of Eggs and 

• !i ^'ll ^9^',y^ °^ Ivinseed Oil. piain. or 
mixed with Chalk or Whiting. 

SuNSTROKE. Loosen clothing. Get patient into 
shade, and apply ice-cold water to head. 

Mad Dog or Snake Bite. Tie cord tight 
above wound. Suck wound and cauterize with 
caustic or white-hot Iron at oncc, or cut out 
adjoinmg parts with sharp knife. 

'Venomous Inskcts' Stings, etc. Apply weak 
Ammonia, Oil, Salt Water or lodine 

Fainting. Place flat on back; allow fresh 
air and spnnkle with water. 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Troy Weight 

24 jfrains — I pwt. 12 ounces — 1 pound. 
20 pwts. — 1 ounce. 

Used for weighing gold, silver and jewels. 

Apothecaries* Weight 

20 grains — 1 scruple. 8 drams — 1 ounce. 
3 scruples — 1 drani. 12 ounces — 1 pound. 
The ounce and pound in this are the same as, 
in Troy weight. 

Avoirdupois Weight 

27 11-32 grains — 1 drani. 4 quarters — 1 cwt. 

16 drams — 1 ounce. 2,000 Ibs. — 1 short ton. 

16 ounces — 1 pound. 2,240 Ibs. — 1 long ton. 

25 pounds — 1 quarter. 

Dry Measure 

2 pints — 1 quart. 4 pecks — 1 bushel. 

8 quarts — 1 peck. 36 busheis — 1 chaldron. 

Liquid Measure 

4 gills — 1 pint. 31 i gallons — 1 barrel. 

2 pints — 1 quart. 2 barreis — 1 hogshead. 
4 quarts — 1 gallon. 

Mariners' Measure 

6 feet — 1 fathom. 5,280 feet — 1 stat. mile. 

120 fathoms — 1 cab.le'th.6,085 feet — 1 naut. mile. 
7i cable lengths — 1 mile. 

Miscellaneous 

3 inches — 1 palm. 18 inches — 1 cubit. ' 

4 inches — 1 band. 21.8 in. — 1 Bible cubit. 
6 inches — 1 span 2i feet — 1 military pace. 

Surveyors* Measure 

7.92 inches — 1 link. 4 rods — 1 chain. 

4i5 links — 1 rod. 

10 sq. chains or 160 square rods — 1 acre. | 

640 acres — 1 sq. mile. • 

36 sq. miles (6 miles sq.) — 1 township. 



Square Measure 

144 sq. inches — 1 sq. ft. 40 sq. rods — 1 rood. 

9 sq. feet — 1 sq. yard. 4 roods — 1 acre. 
30i sq. yds. — 1 sq. rod. 640 acres — 1 sq. mile. 

Cubic Measure 

1,728 cub.in. — 1 cub. ft. 128 c. ft. — 1 cord (wood) 
27 cub. ft. — 1 cubic yd. 40 c. ft. — 1 ton (shpg.). 
2,150.42 cubic inches — 1 Standard bushel. 
268.8 cubic in. — 1 Standard gallon. 
1 cubic foot — about f( ur-fifths of a bushel. 

Long Measure 

12 inches — 1 foot. 40 rods — 1 furlong. 

3 feet — 1 yard. 8 furlongs — 1 sta. mile. 

5J yards — 1 rod. 3 miles — 1 league. 

Metrie Equivalents. — Linear Measure 

1 centimeter — 0.3937 in. 1 in. — 2.54 centimeters. 

1 decimeter — 3.937 in. — 0.328 ft. 

1 ft. — 3.048 decimeters. 

1 meter— 39.37 in. — 1.0936 yards. 

1 yd. — 0.9144 meter. 

1 dekameter— 1.9884 rds. 1 rd.— 0.5029 dekam'r. 

1 kilometer — 0.62137 m. 1 m. — 1.6093 kilom'rs. 

Square Measure 

1 sq. centimeter — 0.1550 sq. in. 

1 sq. inch — 6.452 sq. centimeters. 

1 sq. decimeter — 'J.1076 sq. ft. 

1 sq. foot — 9.2903 sq. decimeters. 

1 sq. meter — 1.196 sq. yd. 1 sq. yd. — 0.8361 sq.m'r. 

1 are — 3.954 sq. rods. 1 sq. rd. — 0.2529 are. 

1 hectare — 2.47 acres. 1 acre — 0.4047 hectare. 

1 sq. kilometer — 0.386 sq. m. 

1 sq. m. — 2.59 sq. kilometers. 

Weight 3 

1 gram — 0.03527 ounce. 1 ounce — 28.35 grams. 
1 kilogram— 2.2046 Ibs. 1 Ib. — 0.4536 kilogram. 
1 metric ton — 1.1023 English tons. 
1 English ton — 0.9072 metric ton. 



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7 14 21 28 
18 15 22 29 
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9 16 23 

10 17 24 

1 1 IS 26 

12 11) 20 
6 13 20 27 



Man 



April 



4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 

8 15 22 21) 

9 10 23 30 



3 10 17 24 



Juli 



4 11 18 25 
6 12 10 2<5 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 2128 

8 15 22 29 

9 16 23 30 



Mal 

2 Ö 1023 30 

3 10 172431 

4 11 1825 

5 12 11)20 
I 6 13 2027 

7 14 2 1 28 
1_8_16^2 29 

August 



7 14 21 28 

1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 31 

4 11 18 25 
o 12 10 20 
13 20 27 

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7 14 21 28 

1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 

4 11 1825 
5^1 2 19 26 ' 

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3 10 17 24 31 



1 8 15 22 20 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 31 

4 11 18 25 

6 12 19 26 
13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 



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81017 24 31 
41118 25 
61219 26 
613 20 27 

714 21 28 

1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 10 23 30 



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7"l4'2r28 

1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 10 23 30 

3 10 17 24 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 



5 12 10 26 
613 20 27 
714 21 28 

1 815 22 29 

2 916 23 30 

3 10 1 7 24 j 

4 lljl8 25 

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2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 31 

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6 13 20 27 



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8 16 22 29 

9 16 23 30 

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1. April 


10. Mai 


20. Mai 


1946 


21. April 


30. Mai 


9. Juni 


1947 


6. April 


15. Mai 


25. Mai 


1948 


28. März 


6. Mal 


16. Mai 



Nationale Feiertage 1937 

Heldengedenktai? 21. Februar 

Nat. FeiertaK des (ieutsclien Volkes . I.Mai 

ErntedanktaK 3. Oktober 

Festtage der Protestanten 1937 



Neujahr 1. Januar 

Karfreitag 26. März 
Ostern 28. u. 29. März 
Himmelfahrt 6. Mai 



Pfingsten 16. u. 17. Mal 
Keforniat.-Fest 31. Okt. 
Bußtag 17. NüvemlKjr 
Weihnacht.25.u.26.Dez. 



Festtaere der Katholiken 1937 



Neujahr 1. Januar 

Heil. 3 Könige 6. Jan. 
Ostern 28. u. 20. März 
Himmelfahrt 6. Mai 
Pfingsten 16. u. 17. Mai 
Fronleichnam 27. Mai 



Peter u. Paul 


29. 


Juni 


Maria Hinmielf. 15. 


Aug. 


Allerheiligen 


1. 


Nov. 


Maria Empf. 


8. 


Dez. 


Weihnachten 


25. 


Dez. 


StephanuH 


26. 


Dez. 



Messen und Ausstellungen Im Jahre 1937 

Berlin Ende Jan.: „Grüne Woche": Anfang Mä-z: 
Internat. AutomobiJauss^feUnrvj: April: H'a.^ft-, r- 
sport-, Wochenend- und Lnjtsport-AussteUuuif; 
Ende Aug.: Große Deutsche Funkausstellum: 
Anfang Okt.: „Ihi", Internat. Büro- Ausstellung 
Braunschweig 27. Febr.. 31. Juli (je 10 Tage) 
Breslau 5. bis 9. Mai: Südost-Messe mit Land- 

maschincnmarkt 
Düsseldorf Mai bis Okt.: „Schaffendes Volk" — 
Große deutsche AussfcUnng Dthsrldorf-Schlaueter- 
Stadt 1937 für StMteban. Siedlung, Gartenuestal- 
tuno. Kunsthandwerk und Gewerbe 
Frankfurt a. M. 20. März bis 18. April: Deutsch« 
Kolonial •Aunstelluno: 22. bis 30. Mai: Reichs- 
handwerkertao, verbunden mit Fnchausstelluua: 
2. bis 11. Juli: „Achema" VIII. Ausstellung für 
chemisches Apparatewesen: 1. bis 22. August: 
Deutsche Photogra pfusche Ausstelluno: Sept.- 
Okt.: VII. „Ika", Internat. Koclücunst- Ausstel- 
lung: Dezember: W eihnacfdsschau 
Frankfurt a. d. 0. 22. Febr.: 5. Juli. 18. Okt. 

11. Dez. (je 14 Tage) 
Karlsruhe 29. Mai. 30. Okt. (je 10 Tage) 
Kassel 8. März. 4. Okt.. 17. Dez. (je 8 Tape) 
Köln 14. bis 21. März: Frühjahrsmesse; 19. bis 
21. Sept. : Herbstmesse: 18. bis 26. Sept. : lO.West- 
deutsche Gastwirts- und Hotelf achmesse 
Königsberg i. Pr. 15. bis 18. August: 25. Deutsche 
Oat messe, interruit. Mustermesse, technische Messe, 
Landtcirtschafts- und Handirerks- Ausstellung 
Leipzig 3. Jan.: Neujahrsmesse (14 Tg.); 28. Febr.; 
Frühjahrsmesse: Mustermesse (6 Tg.). Gro/Je 
Techtiiscfie Messe und Baumesse (9 Tg.); Bugra- 
Masrhinenmesse (6 Tg. ) ; Sportartikelmesse {5Te.) ; 
Reichsmöbel messe (5 Tg.); Bürobedarf smest^e 
(6 Tg.); Messe für Photo ■ Optik - Kino (6 Tg.); 
Textilmesse (4 Tg.); 4. Avril: Ostermesse (22 Tg.); 
29. Aug.: Michaelismesse (22 Tg.), Herbstmesse 
mit Messe f. Bau-, Haus- u. Betriebsbedarf (5 Tg.), 
Sportartikelmesse (5 Tg.). Texlil messe (4 Tg.) 
Magdeburg 19. Sept. (15 Tage). 17. Dez. (8 Tage) 
Mannheim 2. Mai. 3.0kt.. (je lOTg.). 1 I.Dez. (14Tg.) 
Nürnberg 30. März. 9. Sept. (je 14 Werktage) 
Stuttgart 16. Dezember (9 Tage) 
Würzburg 1. März. 8. Juli. 2. November (je 14 Tage) 



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Postgebühren (KeicbRPcwt) 

I.InlniKlMverkelii' und Freie Stadt Daiizig 

Briefei) im OrtHverk. im Fernverk. 

bis 20g KM. —.08 KM. —.12 

bis 250 g —.16 .. —.24 

bis 500 g (Hwhstgew.) .. —.20 .. —.40 

Postkarten — .05 ,, — .06 

mit Antwort zweimal . ,, — .05 .. — .06 

Dnicksacheni) (Orts- und Fernverkehr) 

bis 20 g RM. — .08 

bis 50 g —.04 

bis 100 g —.08 

bis 250 g —.15 

bis 500 g (HöchRtgew.) —.30 

Gesctiäftspap., Warenprob. und Mischsendungeni) 

bis 100 g KM. —.08 

bis 250 g — .16 

bis 500 g (Höchstgew.) —.30 

Brlert)äckcheni) (VVertang.. Einschr..Na('hn. u. bei 
Eiiischr.aiu'h Tlttcksch.zulft.S8.)bis IkgKM.— .60 

Päckchen!) (Kinsohr., Nachn.. llücksch. zulässig; 
Wertung, nicht zulässig) bia 2 kg RM. — .40 

Einschreibegebühr — .30 

Rückscheingebühr , — .30 

Postaiii: träge wie für einen Einschreibbrief nebst 
Vorzc'iL'('gel)ühr von KM. — .20 

Eilzustellgebühr im Orts- im Land- 

bei Vorauszahlung zustellbez. zustellbez. 

a) f. eine «riefsendung KM. —.40 RM. —.80 

b) f. ein Pak. od. Postgut .. —.60 .. 1.20 
Für dring. Pakete betr. d. Sondergeb. .. 1. — 

Wertbriete ( Freiniachungszwang) 
im Ortsverkehr bis 20 g bis 250 g bis 600 g 
bis KM. 100.— —.58 —.66 —.70 

„ .. 500.- —.68 —.76 —.80 

im Fernverkehr 
bis RM. 100.— —.62 —.74 —.90 

.. .. 500.— —.72 —.84 1.— 

Für jede weiteren RM. 500. — erhöhen sich 
vorstehende Sätze um KM. — .10. 

1) H()chstmaße: Länge. Breite u. Höhe zusammen 
00 cm, größte Länge jedcx-h nicht mehr als 60 cm; 
Mindestmaße: Länge 10.5 cm. Breite 7.4 cm, 
RoUenforni: Höchstmaße : Länge un<l der 2 fache 
Durchmesser zus. 100 cni, liänge jedoch nicht über 
80 cm: Mindeatm. : Länge 10.5 cm. Durchm. 2 cm. 

« 



bis RM. 10.— 

.. .. 100.— 
.. .. 250.— 
., ., 500.— 
.. 750. — 
.. .,1000.— 



3. 
3.50 
4.— 
4.50 



5. 



Zahlkart. 

KM. —.10 

.. —.15 

.. —.20 

OK 

.. —.30 

.. —.40 

.. —.50 

.. —.10 

.. 1.— 



.15 



Vorzeigegebühr für Nachnahmen 

für eine Hrief- oder I'aket.seiHlung RM —20 

fl(klistgrenze der znläss. Nachn. KM. lOOo" 

Postanweisungen und Postscheckzahlkarten 

Post- Telegr.i) Postach. 
anw. Postanw. 
RM. —.20 
.. —.30 RM. 2.50 
.. —.40 
.. —.60 
.. —.80 
.. 1.— 
1.20 
Je'RM."250.— mehr „ 
über RM. 2000.— (unbeschränkt) „ 
Postschecke (Betrag unbeschränkt) 

1. Für jede Barauszahlung .... RM 
(;run(igcl>nhr -f KM. - .01 für je RM. 20^ 

2. F(ir jede bargeldlose Einlösung eines Schecks 
RM. —.01 für je KM. 100.— 

3. Überweisungen im Inland kostenfrei. 
Telegramme jedes Wort Mindestgeb. 

a) im Ortsverkehr . . KM. —.08 RM. —.80 

b) im Fernverkehr . . „ —.15 „ 1.50 
Brieftelegramme . . .. —.05 „ --.60 
Dringende Telegranune zweifa<'he Gebühr 
Blitztelegnunme zehnfache (lebühr 
Luxustelegramme (Lx) neben <ier Telegramm- 

gebfdir KM. 1.— 

Pernsprechverkehr 
Orts- oder Fernge.spräch bis 5 km RM. — .10 
Vororts- oder Bezirksgespräch . . ,, — .30 
Ferngespräch von 3 Minuten Dauer zwischen 
8—19 Uhr: 

bis 15 km Entfernung . . RM. —.30 
über 15 .. 25 „ 

.. 25 .. 50 .. 

.. 60 „ 75 .. 

.. 75 ..100 ,. 

Je weitere 100 km mehr _ 

Jede weitere Minute VA, der Gebühr des 3 Mi- 
nutengesprächs. Ferngespräche (über 5 km) 
zwischen 19-8 Uhr kosten '^ ,1 der vorgen. Sätze. 
Dringendes Ferngespräch doppelte Gebühr. 
Blitzge spräch zehnfache Gebühr. 

1) über RM. lOOO.— (unbeschränkt) für je 
RM. 250.— oder einen Teil davon mehr KM. 1.— 



II 



-.40 

—.60 

—.90 

1.20 

-.30 



Ilt 



Gewöhnliche Pakete i) (Höchstgewicht 20 kg) ? 

I.Zone 2. Zone 3. Zone 4. Zone S.Zone 
b.75km b.lSOkm b.3/5km b.750km ü. 750 km 



bis 
bis 
bis 
bis 
bis 
bis 



5 kK 

6 kK 

7 ku' 

8 ks 

9 kg 
10 kg 



30 
35 
40 
45 
50 
55 



40 
50 
60 
70 
80 
90 
15 



00 
HO 
100 
120 
140 
100 
•H) 



60 
90 
120 
150 
180 
210 
25 



KM. 



60 
100 
140 
ISO 
220 
2()0 

:iü 

0.15 



jedes weit, kg 10 

Znstellgebahr für jedes Paket 

Wertpakete ^ ^ , 

1. Paketgel)ülir wie vorstehend 

2. Versicberungsgebiilir für je KM. 500 

der Wertangabe KM. —.10 

3. IJehandluiitxsuehülir 

a) für versiegelte V\ ertpakete 

bin HM. U)Oein.seliließlich . . RM. — .40 

über i;.M. 100 . .. — -ö« 

b)ftlr unversiegelte Wertpakete (/uKi-ssig 

bis KM. :iO()) Zuschlag . . . RM. — .10 

Postguti) (Hochstk'ew.? kg). Zustellung frei Haus; 

mindestens 3 Sendungen naeh demselben Be- 

stininnuigsort. einzeln nur im Ortsverkelir und 

nach bestimmten Orten. Grüne Tostgutkarte. 

1. Zone 2. Zone 3. Zone 4. Zone 5. Zone 

b.75km b.i50 km b. 375km b. 750km 

0.30 0.40 0.40 0.50 

0.35 0.45 0.50 0.60 

, . ._ 0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70 

Luftpostverkehr (Änderungen vorl)ehalteu) 
.\ußer den gewöhnlichen (Gebühren ist 
FlugzuschlaK zu zahlen: 
Inland. Freie Stadt Danzig. Osterreich 
für Postkarten. Postanweisungen . KM. — .10 
für andere Uriefsendungen f einschl. Päckchen) 
bis 20 g RM. — .10 bis 250 g 
bis 50 g .. —.20 bis 50Og 
bis 100 g .. —.40 bis 1000 g . 
für jede weiteren angefangenen 500 g (soweit 
schwerere Sendungen zugelassen) . KM. 1.2.'j 

~~M Im Verkehr zwischen Ostpreußen und dem 
ttl)rigen Reich wird die (iebübr der jeweils 
nächstniedrigeren Zone erhoben. Für Pakete nach 
Freie Stadt Daazig bestehen besondere Gebühren. 



bis 5 kg 

üb. 5-6 kg 
ttb.6-7 kg 



ü. 750km 
O.Gü 
0.80 
1.— 



als 



KM. —.HO 
1.25 
2,50 



Für Pakete im Inland und Freie Stadt l>aM?5lK 
bis 1000 g KM. 1.—. darüber für jede angefan- 
genen 500 g KM. —.20 in der 1. bis 3. Zone. 
K!M. —.40 in der 4. und 5. Zone. 

Über die Luftpost-Zuschlaggebühren nach an- 
aerenLändernerteilendiePoHtanstalten Auskunft. 

II. Au8laiidMverkelir 

a) LuxciliburK und ^Kstorrcicli 

Briefe, Postkarten. Drucksachen. \ . , 
Gescbäftspaidere. ' Inlands- 

Mischsendungen. Warenproben I t^'i^büliren 
Drucksachen. Geschilftspiipiere und .Mischsen. 

düngen von 500 g bis 1kg. . . KM — 40 

über 1 bis 2 kg w ie unter b) 
Briefpäckchen bis i kg —.60 

b) übrige Länder 

Briefe bis 20 g hm '>5 

je.le weiteren 20 g ." .' ;, ' —js 

jedoch nach Tschechoslowakei und 
Ungarn bis 20 g HM. —.20. jede 

weiteren 20 g n. Tschechoslowakei .. —.15 

„. nach Ungarn — 10 

Emschrelbegebühr —.30 

Postkarten ^5 

jedoch nach Tschechosl. 11. rngärn ',', '10 

Drucksachen je 50 g -.05 

n. I iigarn 20g -.03. 50g— .04. lOOg .. -.08 

rL~^uA~'-^^' -i^'O g —.30. 1000 jr .. —.40 

Qeschäftspapiere für je 50 g — .05 

mindestens aber , — 25 

nach Ungarn bis 250 g . . . . ! ! ," — *20 

bis 500 g K.M. —.30. bis 1000 g .. --!40 

Mischsendungen für je 50 g , —.05 

jedocli Miindestens RM. — .10. wenn 
die Sendung nur Drucks, u. Waren- 
proben enthält, sonst mindestens .. — .25 
nach Ungarn wie (ieschäftspapieie 
Warenproben je 50 g- .05. mindestens .. —.10 
nach Ungarn 100 g —.08, 250 g . . „ —.15 

tir .u « » / .. . 500 g . . ., —.30 

Wertbriefe (soweit zugelassen) 

1. iioforderung.sgebühr wie für Ein- 
schreibbrief von gleichem (Jewicht 

2. Versicherungfigebühr für je 

RM. 500.— RM. —.30 



^ 



Gepäck tarlf (Reichsbahn) 
(Gebührensätze in lieichHUiarli) 

AufninaunK der Gewichte bis 20 kg auf volle 5 kß. 

(larübt'rauf volle 10 kg. 
Aulrundung der Frachten bis 1.- UM. auf 5 Rpf.. 

über 1 KM. auf 10 Kpf. 
•Ri« '>0 kK ist die (Jepäckf rächt der nachstehenden 
Tafel 7U entnehmen «her 20 Icti imch den hatzen 
für 10 kß "letzte Spalte der Tafel) zu berechnen. 

Mindestfracht 0.:i KM. Mindestgewicht 10 kg 



km 



Ausßerechnete 
Gepäckfracht f. 

Tokgil5kB2()kg 



Frachtsatz = bei Ge- 
wichten über 201(9 =» 
für je 10 kg 'jW 



1—30 
31- 50 
61-75 
76—100 



101- 
161 
201- 
261- 

301 
401 
601 
701 
901 
1201 



160 
200 
250 
300 

400 

500 

700 

900 

1200 

1800 



0.3 
0.3 
0.3 
0.4 

0.5 
0.6 
0.7 
0.8 

1.0 
1.2 
1.4 
1.6 
1.8 
2.0 



0.3 
0.3 
0.45 
0.6 

0.75 
0.9 
1.1 
1.2 

1.5 
1.8 
2.1 
2.4 
2.7 
3,0 



0.3 
0.4 
0.6 
0.8 

1.0 
1.2 
1.4 
1.6 

2.0 

2.4 
2.8 
3.2 
3.6 
4.0 



0.15 
0.2 
0.8 
0.4 

0.5 
0.6 
0,7 
0.8 

1.0 
1.2 
1.4 
1.6 
1.8 
2.0 



¥i\T Warenproben und Muster gilt ein ermäßigter 
Gepäcktaril. 

Expreßguttarif (Reichsbahn) 

Aufnindung der Gewichte bis 20 kg auf volle kg. 
bei höheren Gewichten auf volle 10 kß. 

Aufrundung der Frachten bis 1.— «M- au' 5 ^P/.- 
üK? 1 - RM. auf 10 Rpf. Bis 100 kg i^t die 
Expreßgutfrac-ht der nachstehenden lafel /u 
entnehmen, über 100 kg nach den Bfttzen für 
10 kß (siehe nächste Seite) zu berechnen. 



Ermäßigtes Expreßmit. Die ITftlfte dieser Sätze — 
VKl. DI'T I alle. Ausf.-IU'st. 21 zu § 40. 

Sp(»rrißes Expreßh'ut. Doppeltes wirk!. Gewicht — 
vßl. I)l»T 1 allß. Ausf.-lJest. 20 zu § 40. 

IIck;hHtbetraß der zulä-ssigen Nachnaliine: 
a) bei Zahlung durch Postanweisung RM . 1000. — 
b)bei Überweisung durch Zahlkarte RM.25O0. — 
Bei Naclinahnie-Sendungen wird als Nachnahme- 
gebühr erhoben: 

a) beieinem lietrage bis lOO HM. 1 v. H., 
mindestens 0.20 RM.; 

b) bei höheren Beträ:,'en V2 v. H., niind. 1. — RM. 

Mindestfracht 0.40 RM, (für sperriges Expreßgut 
0.80 HM., für ermäUißtes p:xpre(Jgut O.40 KM.) 

Mindestgewicht 5 kg (für siterr. Expreßgut 10 kg). 
Frachtsatz bei (Jewichten über 100 kg für je 10 kß 
1— 15 km. 0.25 UM. 201 — 250 km. 1.20 KM. 

251 — 300 km. 1.35 RM. 

301— 450 km. 1.40 RM. 

451— 1)00 km. J.Uü RM. 

901— 18Ü0 km. li.40 RM. 



16— 30 km. 0.35 RM 
31— 50 km. 0.45 RM. 
.«il— 110km.0.r)() RM. 

111— 130 km. 0.75 R.M. 

131— 200 km, 0.80 RM. 



Expreßgutfrachtsätze 





Ausgerechnete Expreßgutfracht für 




6— 12 kg 


km 






5l(g 


6 kg 


7 kg 


8 leg ! 9 kg 


10 kg 11 kg'l2Kg 




m 


m 


M 


1 M m 


M M\M 


1-15 


0,4 


0.4510.45 


0.4.5 


0.45 


0.5 


0,5 


0.5 


16-30 


0.4 


0.45: 0.45 


0.4.5 


0.45 


0.6 


0.55! 0.6 


31—50 


0.4 


0.45! 0.45 


0,45 


0.45 


0.5 


0.051 0.6 


61—110 


0.4 


0.45 


0.45 


0.45 


0.45 


0.5 


0.55; 0.6 


111-130 


0.5 


0.6 


0.05 


0.7 


0,7 


O.H 


0.9 


1.0 


131—200 


0.5 


0.6 


0.65 


0.7 


0.7 


0.8 


0.9 


1.0 


201—250 


O.ö 


1.0 


1.1 


1.2 


1.2 


1.2 


1.4 


1.5 


251—300 


0.7 


1.0 1.1 


1.2 


1.3 


1.4 


1.6 


1.7 


301-350 


0.8 


1.0 


l.l 


1.2 


1.3 


1.4 


1.6 


1.7 


361—400 


0.9 


1.0 


1.1 


1.2 


1.3 


1.4 


1.6 


1.7 


401—450 


1.0 


1.0 


1.1 


1.2 


1.3 


1.4 


1.6 


1.7 


451—900 


1.1 


1.2 


1.3 


1.5 


1.6 


1.9 


2.1 


2.3 


901-1800 


1.4 


1.5 


1.6 


1.8 


2.0 


2,4 


2.7 


2.9 



9 



1 VI 






!i 



Expreßgutfrachtsiitze 



km 



1—16 

16-30 

31—50 

51—110 

111—130 

131—200 

201—260 
251—300 
301—360 
361—400 
401—460 
451—900 
901—1800 



AuBKcrechnete Ex pießKutf rächt fUr 
13-20 kg 



13 kg 14 kg 

M M 



kill 



1- 

16- 

31- 

51- 

111- 

131- 

201- 
261- 
301- 
351- 
401- 
451- 
901- 



0.5 

ü.ü 

O.ßf) 

0.05 

1.1 

1.1 

1.6 
1.9 
1.9 
t.9 
1.9 
2.5 
3.2 



M 



0.5 0.5 



0.6 
0.7 
0.7 
1.2 
1.2 



0.6 

0.7 

0.75 

1.2 

1.2 



1.7 1.8 
2.0 2.1 
2.0 '2.1 
2.0 2.1 
2.0 i 2.1 
2.712.9 
3.413.6 



lekglTkg 


18kg19 kg 


20 kg 


M M 


M 


M 


M 


0.5 


o.r> 


0.5 


0.5 


0.5 


0.7 


0.7 


0.7 


0.7 


0,7 


0.8 


0.H5 


0,9 


0.« 


0,9 


O.ft 


0.S6 


0.9 


0.95 


1,0 


1.3 


1.4 


1,5 


1.5 


1,5 


1.3 


1.4 


1.5 


1.6 


1,6 


2.0 


2,1 


2.2 


2.3 


2,4 


2,3 


2.4 


2.6 


2.7 


2,7 


2,3 12.4 


2.6 


2.7 


2.8 


2.3 12.4 


2.6 


'2 7 


2.8 


2.3 2.4 


2.6 


2.7 


2.8 


3.1 !3.3 3.5 


3.7 


3.8 


3,9 


14,1 


,4.4 


4.6 


4.8 



Ausgerechnete Expreßputf rächt für 
30—100 kg 



30 kg|40kg50 kg 



60 kg 70 kg 



80 kg 

M 



15 

30 

50 

110 

130 

200 

-250 
300 

-350 
400 
450 

-900 

-1800 



0.75 

1.1 

1.4 

1.5 

2.3 

2.4 

3.6 
4.1 
4.2 
4.2 
4.2 
5.7 
7,2 



1.0 
1.4 
1.8 
2.0 
3,0 
3.2 

4.8 
5.4 
5.6 



1.3 

1.8 
2.3 
2.5 

3.8 
4.0 

6.0 

6.8 
7.0 



5,6 1 7.0 
5,6 7.0 
7.6 1 9.5 
9.6 il2,0 



1.5 
2.1 

2.7 
3,0 
4.5 

4.8 

7.2 

8.1 
8.4 
8.4 
8.41 
11,4 
14.4 



1.8 
2.5 
3.2 
3.5 
5.3 
5,6 

8.4 
9.6 
9.8 
9.8 
9.8 
13.3 
16.8 



90 kg 

m 



100kg 



2.0 

2.8 
3.6 
4.0 
6.0 
Ö.4; 

9.61 
lD,8l 
11,2! 
11.2i 
11,2 
15.2 
19,2 



2,3l 

Q O 

4.1 
4.5 
6.8 

7,2 

10,8 

12.2 
12.6 
12.6 
1 2.6 
17.1 



2.5 
3.5 
4,5 
5,0 
7.5 
8.0 

12.0 
13.5 
14.0 
14.0 
14.0 
10.0 



21,6124.0 



( 



Vergleichs-Übersicht der Beförderungskosten für Postpakete, 
Eisenbahn-Expreß-, Eil- und Frachtgutsendungen 



km 



1-^15 
16-30 
31-50 
61-110 
111-130 
131—200 
j 201 —250 
251-300 



km 



1—15 

16—30 

81-60 

fil— 110 

111—130 

131—200 

201—250 

251—300 



5 kt; 
Post- lEIsenbahn- 

Paket Expr. Eilg 



0.30 
0,30 
0.30 
0.40 
0.40 
0.60 
0.60 
0.(50 



0.40().K() 
0.40 O.SÜ 
0.40 0.80 
0.40;O.SO 
0.50 O.HO 
O.JOl.lO 
O.«0|1.30 
0.70,1.40 



30 kk' 

Eisenbahn- 

Expr. Ellg. | Fra. 



0.75 
1.10 
1.40 
1.50 
2.30 
2.40 
3.60 
4.10 



0,8010.60 
0,800.60 
1.10 0.70 



1.70 
1.90 
2.50 
2.90 
3.40 



1.10 
1.20 
1,50 
1,70 
1.00 



10 kt? 

Post- j Elsenbahn- 
Paket Expr. I Eilq. 



0.55 
0.55 
0.55 
0.00 
0.90 
1.60 
1.60 
1.00 



0.50 
0.50 
0,50 
0.50 
0.80 
0.80 
1.20 
1.40 



0.80 
0,80 
0.80 
0.80 
0.80 
1.10 
1.30 
1.40 



60 kg 

Eisenbahn- 
:xpr I Ellg. I Fra. 



.30 
.80 
.30 
.50 
.80 



.80 



O.ÜO 
1.30 
1,60 
2.60 
2.90 
4.— 
4.60 
5.40 



0.60 
0.80 
0.90 
1.50 
1.70 
2.20 
2.50 
2.80 



20 kg 

Elsenbahn- 
Expr. Eilq. ! Fra. 



0.50 
0.70 
0.90 
1.- 
1.50 
1.60 
2.40 
2.70 



O.MO 
0.80 
0.80 
1.30 
1,40 
1.80 
2,10 
2.30 



0.60 
0.60 
0.60 
0.80 
0.80 
1.10 
1.30 
1.40 



100 kg 

Elsenbahn- 
Expr. Eilg. I Fra. 



2.:>() 
3,50 
4.50 
5.- 
7.50 
8.- 
12.- 



1.60 0.90 
2.10! 1.30 
2.70 1.60 
4.H0 2.60 
5.50 2.90 
7.60 4.— 
8.90 4.60 



13.r)0 10.30 5.40 



Au8 Ersparnisgründen ist 
Bendungen vorzunehmen : i 
Postpaket, von 5—10 kg 
Expreßgut, von 10 — 20 kK 
20 kg als Eisenbahn-Eilgut 



(iie Beförderung eiliger Waren- 

ni (Jewicht bis einschl. 5 k« als 

als l*osti)aket oder Ki.senbahn- 

als Eisenbahn-Expreßgut, ül)er 



10 



Die Beförderungsdauer von Postpaketen, Eisenbahn-Ex« 

ßreß- und -Eilgut ist ungefähr die gleiche. Es ist dabei zu 
erücksichtigen, daß die günstigste Versandnioclichkeit als 
Elsenbahn-ExpieI3gut durch iieförderunp mit Personen-, 
Eil- und Schnellzügen und durch eine längere Annahinedauer 
(Expreügutannahme und -au.sgabe zu jeder Tages- und 
Nachtzeit im (Jegensatz zu Postpaketen) gegeben ist, 
während Postpakete nur am Tage angenommen werden und 
Eil- und Fracbtgut.sendungen nur mit Güterzügen von 
Gttterbahnh()fen aus befördert werden. Die Kosten für 
Reisegei)äckbefürderung sind erheblich niedriger als 
für Expreügutbeförderuug. Eilgut iat etwas billiger, aber 
umständlicher. 

11 



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Persononpreldtarif (Reichsbahn) 

Die Elnhei<;ssätze betraf?en für 1 km 



in der 1 

in der 2 

In der 3, 

für Militär (3. 



Klasse 

Klasse 

Klasse 

Klasse) 



8.7 Epf. 

5.8 Kpf. 
4.0 Kpf. 
1.5 Kpf. 



Die sich hieraus erRebenden Preise werden bis 
1 KM. auf 5 Kpf.. über 1 bis 10 KM. auf 10 Kpf.. 
til>er 10 bis 40 KM. auf 20 Kpf. und darüber hin- 
aus auf volle KM. aufgerundet. 



Schnellzugszuschläge : 



1. Zone 

2. Zone 

3. Zone 

4. Zone 

5. Zone 



1 — 75 km 

76— 150 km 

151—225 km 

220— :}00 km 

ttber 300 km 



Eilzugszuschläge : 



1. Zone 

2. Zone 

3. Zone 

4. Zone 

5. Zone 



1— 75 km 

76—150 km 

151—225 km 

226—300 km 

über 300 km 



1. u. 2. Kl. 

l.— RM. 

2.— KM. 
3.— KM. 
4.— RM. 
5.~ RM. 

2. Kl. 

0.50 RM. 
1.— RM. 
1.50 RM. 
2.— RM. 
2.50 RM. 



3. Klasse 

0.50 RM. 
1.— KM. 
1.50 RM. 
2.— RM 
2.50 RM. 

3. Kl. 

0.26 RM. 
0.50 RM. 
0.75 RM. 
1.— RM. 
1.25 RM. 



Der FernschnellzupTszuschlag. der neben den 
Zuschlägen für Schnellzüge erhoben wird, beträgt 
in der 1. und 2. Klasse: für FD-Zöge und FDt- 
Züge auf Entf. bis 300 km 2 RM.. darüber 3 RM. 

Bei Cesellschaftsfalirten. die in Schnell- oder 
Ellzügen ausgefidirt werden, tritt auch für den 
Schnellzugs- bzw. Eilzugszuschlag eine gewisse 
Ennäüigung ein. 

Platzkarten für D-ZQge: 

1. und 2. Kl. RM. 1.—. 3. Kl. RM. 0.50. 

Die Bettkartenpreise der Mitropa-Schlafwagen 
im innerdeutschen Verkehr betragen einschlieül 
Bedienungsgeld in der 1. Kl. RM. 25.—. 2 Kl 
KM. 12.50, 3. KI. KM. 8.— mit Wäsche. RM. 6.50 
ohne Wäsche. Für die Schlafwagen der ISG 
(Internationale Schlafwagen-Gesellschaft) gelten 
besondere Bettkartenpreise. 

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4 



Entferntinersanzetprer I in Bahnkilometern 



Zwischen 



Aachen 

Berlin 

Bremen 

Breslau 

Danzig 

Danustadt 

Dortmund 

Dresden 

Erfurt 

Essen 

Frankfurt a. M. 

Halle a. d. S. 

Hamburg 

Hannover 

Köln 

Königsberg 

Leipzig 

Magdeburg 

München 

Nürnberg 

Stuttgart 

Würzburg 

Wuppertal 



a 

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B 






M I ? 



a 



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— 624 
624' — 
376 341 
983 336 

1004 472 
288 567 
159 464 
735 180 
6071 271 
124 498 
294 539 
579 162 
494 290 
360 258 
72 677 

1221 597 
669 165 
626 142 
700 653 
627! 478 
490! 652 
431 472 
116; 509 



376 
341 

i ~" 
673 

813 

506 

239 

|512 

1413 

'256 

478 

354 

'119 

!l22 

335 

'938 

I392 

270 

757 

584 

661 

480 

288 



983 
336 
673 

630 
775 
798 
271 
479 
833 
747 
386 
622 
590 
909 
607 
362 
432 
814 
686 
860 
710 
843 

18 






o 



d 
'S 









1094 288 159 735 

472 667' 464' 180 

; 813 506 239 512 

! 630 775 798 271 

— 1037 938 652 

1037! — I 336|532 

I 938 336| — j589 

! 652 532; 6891 — 

' 743 297| 374' 237 

I 96?! 3021 35I6I8 

'1011 28' 274; 506 

' 634' 406 43l| 158 

762: 661I 358' 470 

730i 383^ 208 390 

1049; 218 104 667 



607 I 124 

271 ! 498 

413 I 266 

479 I 833 

743 I 967 

297 I 302 

374 35 



237 



618 



— 403 
403 



269 



297 



19611641061 
63?! 414^ 469 
610 445 355 

1125 414 752 
9501 265| 512 

112*1 I77I 520 
9441 134 411 



777 
118 
240 
643 
400 
597 
439 



109 I 460 

416; 374 

237 242 

436 76 
868 1145 

!ll7 498 

il70 389 



452 
263 



718 
548 



978 296 58 621 



382 I 485 
202 I 441 
390 i 46 



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294 

539 

478 

747 

lOllj 

28 

274 

506 

269 

207 

878' 
533 
355 
222 
1136 
886 
429 
414 
239 
205 
137 
268' 



579 494 
162 290 
354 119 



386 
634 

406 



622 
762 
561 



431 358 
158 470 



100 
460 
378 

341 
282 
463 

758 
88 
86 



415 
374 
533 
841 

185 
454 
886 
874 
256 



513 813 
361 I 639 

! 

490 715 
311 i53ö 
463 I 401 



860 1 721221 

2681 677: 697 

122 I 335| 938 

i690j 909 607 

j 730 1049, 196 

'883| 218 1164 

208 1041061 

390 667 777j 

237 486 868 

242 76 1145 

356 2221135' 

232 468 768 

186 464 886 

— 297 853 

297 — 1173 

868 1173 — 

269 j 547 761 

147 ' 435' 788 

633' 62812611 

468 472:1075, 

567 400|1249 

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637 610 
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498 389 
386 j 429 
38 I 86 
374 I 256 
269 I 147 



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653 478 
757, 584 



662 
661 



814 686 860 



472 



116 
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480| 283 

710 843 



11125 9501124' 9441 978 



414 
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2d5| 177j 184 
612 5201 411 



296 
68 



643 400 



597, 439' 621 



462 253 382 202 390 
718, 543 485 441 j 46 
414 239 205 1371 268 
613 361| 490 311j 463 
813J 639 716 686 401 
683 458 667! 856 261 



547 


485 


628 


472 


409 


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47 


761 


738 


1261 


107512491070,1103 




120 


488 


323 


499 319| 501 . 


120 


— 


599 


401 


549 389 390 1 


488 


699 


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241 


277 


681 


323 


401 


199 


— 


191 


103 


506 


499 


649 I 241 

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191 


— 


180 


445 


319 


389 277 


103 


180 


— 


405 


501 


300 


681 


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445 


405 


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Flugdienst der Deutschen Lufthansa 

Die Flugpreise licu'eu im ivIlKcnieinen zwischen denen 
der 1 uml ii Kisenhah.iklasse (Schiu-IIzim) Kn<;kflug- 
!.rniäßi?unl? 20% auf den Hückflu{,'scl)eiii. CJepäok 
1 5 kK frei, da rüber nacli Tarif. 

Von lierlin 
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Amsterdam . 
Antwerpen . . 

Athen 

Haden- Baden 

Basel 

l^olKnid 

Horkuni .... 

Bremen 

Breslau 

Brüssel 

Budapest . . . 

Dan/ii{ 

Dortmund . . 
Dresden .... 
Düsseldorf . . 

Krfurt 

Essen/Mülh. . 
Flensburg . . . 
Frankfurt-M. 
FreiburK-Br. . 
Friedrichshf. 

Gent 

Gleiwitz 

(Jotenburg . . 
Halle Leipzig 
Hamburg . . . 
Hannover . . 
Heidelberg . . 
Karlsruhe/ 
B. -Baden . 

Kiel 

Köln 

Königsberg . . 
Kopenhagen . 
Iiangeoog . . . 

Leipzig 

licningrad . . 
London . . . . 




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250.— 

71.-1 

95.— 
120,— 

65.— 
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50.— I 
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55.—' 
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55.— 
80.— 
80.— 
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25.— 
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Mailand , 

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Mannhelm/ 1 
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Heidelberg ' 

Marseille . . . ! 

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Mülheim ! 

München. .. .| 

Norderney . . 

Nürnberg ... 

Oslo 

Paris 

Posen 

Prag 

Reval 

Riga 

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Rotterdam . . 

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Salzburg .... 

Sellin 

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Stettin 

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1. Längen-Maße. A. Metrische, 
Die Einheit bildet das Meter (m), d.i. der ?!ehninil- 
llonste Teil einep Krdnierldiaiiquadranten, dep 
kürzesteu Bosenn vor. einen» l'ol /um Äquator. 
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1 Dezimeter (dm) 10 m ^ 1 Dekamefei 

1 Zentimeter (cm) ! 100 m ^ 1 Hektometei 
1 Millimeter (mm) > 1000 m = 1 Kilometsi 
}^. Nicht metrlKche. 
1 neue geoKr. Meile 7420 uj 
1 preuß. Meile -- 7532 in 
1 preuß. Elle - 25.5 Zoll = 0.67 m 
l.öpr. Klle = 3.1üi)r. Fuß - 3.28 enprl. Fuß = Im 
1 preuß. Fuß - 12 Zoll - 144 Linien = 0.314 m 
1 bayerischer Fuß - 12 Zoll - 0.291H() m 
1 enKl.Meile{Statuteniile)==1760yard8=10ü0.34m 
1 en^'l. yard - 3 feet zu 12 Inchea = 91,4 cm 
1 entrl. Zoll =- 2.54 cm 
1 Welt-Seenieile = 1852.01 m 
1 franz. See-Linie -= 3 Seemeilen « 5.556 km 
1 Aquatorprad = 15 Kcojfr. Meilen = 11 1,306 km 
1 Meridianprad i. Durchschnitt -- 60 Seemeilen 
1500 Arschinen -= 500 Saschen 



2.133 m 



1 rus.s. Werst = 

= 106ti.78 m 
1 ru.s.K. Sa.schen -^ 7 Fuß zu 12 Zoll 
1 dani.sche .Meile -= 7,532 km 
1 norw. Meile = IHOOO norw. Ellen = 11,295 km 
1 schwedische Neuineile ^ 10 km 
2. Flächen-MaOe. 
Die Einheiten bilden da.s Quadratmeter, das 
Quadratzentimeter und das Quadratmillimeter. 
1 D-Kilometer (qkm) = 100 ha = 10000a - 

1000 000 am 
1 Hektar (ha) - 100 a - O.Ol qkm ^ 10000 qm 

^ 3.910 i)reußische MorKen 
1 Ar = 0.0001 (|km - O.Ol ha = 1 a == 100 qm 
1 D-Meter = 0,000001 qkm = 0,0001ha = 0.01 a 

■= 1 qm = 10 000 qcm 
1 qcm --^ 100 (innn 
1 preußische D-itute = 14,185 qm 
1 preußi.scherD-Fuß --= 0.0985 qm 
1 preußischer D-Zoll = 6,849 qcm 
1 bayer. Tagwerk = 400 D-Kuten « 
1 preuß. Morgen = 180 D -Hüten = 
1 Kächs. Acker = 55,34 a = 5534 qni 
1 Scheffel = 27,67a {V2 sächs. Acker) 

^ 22 



3 407 qm 
2 553 qm 




3. Körper-Maße. 
Die Einheiten bilden das Kubikmeter, das Kubik- 

Zentimeter und <ia.sKubikniillhueter. 
1 Kubil<meter - lOOOOOO Kubikzentimeter. 

Das Kubikmeter wird auch Festnieter bzw 

Raummeter ßenunnt. 
1 Klafter = 108 Kubikfuß = 0,338 cbm. 

4. Hohl-Maße. 

Die Einheit bildet das Liter, das.selbe enf hält den 
Kaum von 1000 Kubikzenthneter oder 

1 Kubikdezmieter. 

1 Kubiknieter - 10 Hektoliter = 1000 Liter 
i .wk?^ "'■fü'^^^r''''^'^' = «7.3 Quart = 1001 
loll?r==%\4,Sf"-^2t?)8^^?^^ = ''-''' 
mJ'^Quärt'i '2^1 ^1 ' ^'"^^^ = ' ^"^«' - 

5. Gewichte. 
Deutschland 

Die Einheit bildet das Gramm. Das Gramm ist 
das Gewichteines Kubilczenthnefers de.stiUierten 
Uassers im luftleeren Uaume bei 4°C; mithin 
[^\\^^ ^^^ Gewicht eines Liters Wasser. 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



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45,359 kg 



t (Tonne) = 1000 kg 

kg = lOOOf? 

g = 1000 mg (Milligramm) 

hg (Hekto«ramm) = 100 g 

Karat -= etwa 205 ing 
_ Unze = etwa 31,1 g 
Amerika 
1 Uundredw. = 4 Quarter Je 25 Pfd 

Metrisches Gewicht i.st zulässig. 
Knglarid 

1 Hniidredw (Ztr.) = 4 Quart.je 2 Stones jel4Pfd. 
--= 50,800 kg 

i ^''o."^ i^^'^ g je 16 Unzen je 16 Drams 
Kußland 

1 rud = 40 Pfd. je 32 Lot je 3 Solotnlk - 16,380 kg 

2'6 



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11 






Technische Maßsystcrao 

a> illeeh anIsche MaUe 

Eh werden frernessen: 

1. Kraft Jn Kilopramm (kg) 

2. Weg \n Meter (m) 

8. Gesrhwindijrkeit in Meter In der Sekunde 
4. Arbeit In Meterkilogramm (nikj?) 
6. Arbeitsleistung ( l^lffekt) in Meterkilogramm In 



m 

BCk 



der Sekunde 



sek 



6. 1 Pferdekraft (PS) istjrlelch 75 Meterkilogramm 
In der Sekunde 

b) Klektrlsrhe MaOe 

Er werden gemessen: 

1. Elektrische Spannung in Volfc (V) 

2. Stromstärke in Ampere [Amp] (A) 

3. Leistung in Volt x Ampere = 1 V.Amp. 

- 1 Watt (\V). 1000 Watt = 1 Kilowatt (kW) 

4. Arbeitsleistung in Volt x Ampere x Stunden 

1 V.Aiiip.-8td. = 1 Wattstunde 

1000 Wattstunden = 1 Kilowattstunde 

6. 1 Kilowatt - 1.36 PS 

6. 1 Kilowattstunde - 1,36 PS-Stunden 

c) Wärmemeehaiilsclie .Haße 

Es werden gemessen : 

I.Temperatur in Grad Celsius (*C) 

2. Wärmenienge in Wärmeeinheiten (WE) 

3. 1 Wärmeeinheit (Kilogrammkalorie, kcal) -er- 
forderliche Wärmemenge, um 1 kg Wasser 
um 1°C' zu erwärmen 

4. 1 Wärmeeinheit *= 427 mkg 

6. 1 Pferdekraftstunde = 0;Jii WE 

6. 1 KilowattstuiHle (kWh) - 860 Wärme- 
einheiten (kcal) 

mV-* 



X 



Brutto- und Nettorepristertonnen 

^}^ '/ff '«tertonneistein Raum-oder Hohlmaß wie 
aa« ijter. I)er KauniKehalt eines Schiffes wird Im 
bchiffsregister des Heimatorts in Registert<mnou 
nnprepeben. Unter dem Hauinlnhalt in Mruttoregi- 
siertonneii versteht n)an «len gesamten Hohlraum 
068 .Schiffes iiei der Angabe in Nettoregister- 
tonnen smd Maschinen- und Wohnräuuie usw. in 
«hrT!M^w''Y?^'..''" f^^^ ""*■ <'«r reine l.aderaum 
rnJi. K ' w' o^' Registertonne ist eine Einheit de» 
encrÜKchen Maßsystems - 10üKubikfuß= 2.H3cbm. 

Elektrische u. andere Maßeinheiten 

£*t.^£?°?ii''^^'^.^^'V^^'^ *^«« «'e^^tr. Widerstandes, 
darpes eilt durch den Widerstand einer (hieck- 
8i beisilule von der Temperatur des schmelzenden 
nM,VriV„r*'M-^^^"P ^*'} durchweg gleichen., einem 
«ih,.uVf I]'',""^'^^'".^'*^"*» ^» achtenden Quer- 
schnitt UHy.A cm u. deren Masse 14.4521 ff beträgt. 

ifatii "2^^®^® Ist die Einheit der elektr. Strom- 
fi^i.^- *;^^^ird dargestellt durch den unveränder- 
liehen elektr. Strom, welcher beim Durchgang 
dureh eine wasserige Lösum? von Silbernitrat in 
einer bekunde 0.0011 18 g Silber niederschlägt. 
Das Volt ist die Einheit der elektr. Spannung. 
Iss wird dargestellt durch die elektromotorische 
Kraft, welche in einem Leiter, dessen Wider- 
ßtand ein Ohm beträgt, einen elektrischen Strom 
von einem Ampere erzeugt. 

rf"'!!?u^??\i ^V^J«tdie Leistung.dieaufzuwenden 

1 kK m 1 hekunde 75 Meter hoch zu heben 
1 Atmosphäre ist der Druck von 1 kg per qcn * 
Die atmosphärische Lalt setzt sich zuHammeQ 

oS^Ä. %^c]<;i;:|: 7^.««-..%. Argoa 
J!r??Äf l?^:"?fhrÄfT^i. S: 

Punkt: R + H0^ C -f- 100°. F + 21*2° 

1 synodischer Monat (die Zeit von Neumond zu 

^euiiio.Mi) - 29 Tage. I2Std..44 Min.. 2 Sek 

1 bujgerhcher oder Sonnenmonat - 30 Tage 

10 stunden 29 Mhiuten. 35/6 Sekunden. 

Auf einen Grad des Aequators gehen 15 geo- 

graphiüche MeUen oder 111.307 Kilometer. 

26 



Münztabelle der wichtigsten Lftiider 



IjUMü 



Miiii/e 



Ägypten 
Albanien 

Argentin. 

Belgien 

Brasilien 
Bulgarien 

Chile 

China 

Columblen 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Dänemark 

Danzig 

Deutsch. R. 

Ecuador 

Estland 

Finnland 
Frankreich 
Griechenl. 
Groß- 
britannien 
Guatemala 

Japan und 
Korea 

Indien 

Italien 
Jugoslaw. 



I M^) I ■M2) 



1 äg. Pfund = 100 Piast. 
1 Goldfrunk = 5 Hek 

= 1 00 Centimes 
1 G.-Peso = 100 Cent. 

1 Papler-Pesü do. 
1 J^eiga --- 5 belg. Francs 

H 100 Centimes 
1 Milreis - 1000 Reis 
1 J-ewa (Franc) =- 100 

Stotinki (CentiiiicH) 
1 J^eso - 100 (Centavos 

(10 Pesos 1 Condor) 
1 Taei - 10 Maee ca. 
1 (J.-Peso = 100 Centavos 
1 Colon - 100 Ceiitiinos 
1 cub, Dollar -= 1 00 Cent. 
1 Krone - 100(^re 
1 Culden - 100 Pf^^ 
1 Ueichsniark 100 Pfj:. 
1 Sucre - 100 Centavos 
1 E-Krone - 100 Sent 

(100 E-Murk) 
1 F-Mark =- 100 Pfennig 
1 Franc = 100 Centimes 
l Drachme = 100 Lcpta 
1 Pfd. Sterling - 20 sh., 

1 sh. = 12 d. 
1 (iuetzal - 100 Centavos 

- 60 Pesos (Papier) 
1 Yen - 100 Sen. 1 Sen 

= 10 Kin 

1 Kupie = 16 Annas a 12 

Pies. 3 Pies - 1 Paisa 

1 Lira - 100 Centesinii 

1 Dinar == 100 Paras = 

1 Franc/serb. - 4 Kruna 



20,75 

— Isi 

4 05 

1782 

— 42 
— 150 

I 

~ ,03 

I 

-|51 
144 
4 086 
10;') 
4 liO 
1 125 

-184 

1 125 
— 106 



12 79 
77 



691 



-42 
— 14 



03 



11 

65 

1,10 

-|30 

2il5 

-55 

-47 



16 

68 
055 



1644 — 16 
023 



-054 

I 

I 
20,43 

I 
4 20 

2 092 



1532 
-221 



074 



12 50 
210 

— 73 



89 
195 



057 



Münztabelle der wlehtl^ston Länder 



liand 

Kanada 

Lettland 

Litauen 

Luxemburg 

IVIexiko 

Niederlande 

Nikaragua 

Norwef?en 

Österreich 

Palästina 

Paraguay 

Peru 

Polen 
Portugal 



Rumänien 
Rußland 
S. Salvador 
Schweden 
Schweiz 

Siam 
Spanien 
Tschecho- 
slowakei 
Türkei 

Ungarn 
Uruguay 
Venezuela 
V.St.v.A. 



MUiize 



1 Dollar - 100 Cents 
1 Lat - 100 Santimi 
1 Litas -- lOOCentas 
1 Franc - 100 Centimes 
1 GoldjHJHO- lOOCentavos 
1 (Julden - 100 Cents 
1 Cordoba - loo Cents 
1 Krone =- 100 öre 
1 ScbillinK 100 Crosch. 
1 Pal. Pfund - 1000 MÜH 
1 l'eso - lOÜ Centavos 
1 Sol oro; (10 Soles oro 
- 1 per. £) 

1 Zloty - 100 (i roschen 

1 Kscudo - 100 Centavos 
(1 Milreis = lOOO Kels 
für die Kolonien) 

1 licu - 100 Pani 

1 Tscherworiez 

1 Colon 100 Centimes 

1 Krone = 100 Ore 

1 Frank = 100 Centimes 
(Kappen) 

1 Paht 

1 Peseta - 100 Centimes 



Ml) M2) 



2 



20 
81 

42 
12 
09 



2|48 
-81 



1 087 

4 198 

l'l25 

-I59I 

20j42» 

— ,095 



1175 

— 471 

— 186 



42 
10 
59 
1|68 
-95 
62 
49 



12 



30 



l Krone - 100 Heiler —103 

1 Pfd. - 100 l'i;ister. | 

1 Piaster 40 Paras 18 46 

1 Pengö - 100 Filier — 1734 
1 Peso =-- 100 Centesimo 4 34 

1 Holivar lOOCentav. 1— Sl 

l Dollar - 100 Cents 2!479 



—1026 

2 '099 
l|l25 

-'81 
1 86 
-81 



50 
-47 
11 



025 
90 
80 
63 

81 

08 
33 

102 



98 
56 
12 

-55 
248 



1) Parität In M. 2) Wert Mitte Juni 1936. 



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Zinsdiyisoren-Tabelle 

«ur Ermittlung der Zinsen bei Berechnung von 
y$ Prozent bis 12^ Prozent für das Jahr von 
860 Tagen. Man findet das Zinsprodiikt, indem 
man das Kapital mit der Zeit (den Tayen) multl- 
Ifliziert und durch den Divisor des Zinssatzes 
dividiert. 

Beispiel: Wieviel Zinsen brinpen RM. 10000.— 

in 60 Tagen zu 4%? 
(Kapital) 10000 x 50 (Tage) 



(Divisor) ßOOO 



. RM. 56.55 



Prozent 



Divisor 



Prozent 



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Divisor 



H 


288000 


6V4 


0857 


V4 


144000 


5Vi 


6545 


H 


720OO 


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62ftl 


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480OO 


6 


6000 


1 


3fiOOÜ 


6Vi 


5700 


1V4 


28800 


6H 


5538 


1% 


240OO 


6«/4 


5333 


1% 


20571 


7 


6143 


2 


180OO 


7V4 


4066 


2V4 


K^OOO 


7^ 


4800 


2H 


1 4 400 


78/4 


4645 


2% 


13001 


8 


4500 


3 


120OO 


8H 


4235 


3V4 


11077 





4000 


3H 


10286 


9H 


3790 


3»/4 


9600 


10 


3600 


4 


0000 


lOH 


3429 


4H 


8471 


11 


3273 


4V2 


8000 


11 H 


3130 


i% 


7579 


12 


3000 


• 


720O 


12 V2 


2880 



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1000 KM. geben auf Zinsesxinsen zu 

i3V2%| 4% l4^"/„j 5% ioV^%| 6% I 7% 



an Kapital und Zinsen HM. 



1035 ! 1040 1045 : lüöO | 1055 
1071 , 1081 j 1092 1102 
1108 I 1124 1141 |ll57 
1147 I 1169 I 1192 1215 
1187 ! 1216 1246 1276 
1229' 1265 
1272 I 1316 



1302 I 1340 
1360 j 1407 
1316 : 1368 '. 1422 1477 
1362 1423 I 1486 1551 
1410 1480 I 1553 1 1628 
1460 1539 1 1622 1710 
1511 1601 j 1695 i 1795 
1564 1665 I 1772 I 1885 
1618 i 1731 I 1851 ; 1979 
1675 ' 1801 ; 1935 j 2078 
1734 ; 1873 I 2022 2182 
1794 1948 ! 2113 j 2292 
1857 , 2025 j 2208 [ 2406 
1922 2106 ! 2307 2527 
1989 2191 ' 2411 J 2653 
2806 ; 3243 ] 3745 ' 4322 1 
3959 4801 5816 ' 704O 8513 



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1174 

1239 

1307 

1379 

1455 

1535 

1619 

1708 

1802 

1901 

2006 

2116 

2232 

2355 

2485 

2621 j 

2766 

2918 

4984 



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1123 1147 
11911 1225 
1262; 1310 
1338; 1402 
1418' 1500 
1503! 1605 
1593 1718 
1689 1838 
1790 1967 
1898 2105 
2012 2252 
2132 2410 
2260' 2578 
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II 



tiborsicht über die Stoiiorg'osotze 



I. Kinkoiumeiistfuer 

In die nachstohondo Tabelle ist die Krisen- 
sk'iUT der Vt'ranla^'t( ii, die Abj^abc der Ar- 
bcitslosonhilfc und die Elicstandshilfn hinoin- 
Kt'arbt'itct. Der Verlustvortrag ist aiifuoliobcn. 
Kurzlebiije \\'irtsrhafts(/üfer, drrcn bctricbs- 
gewöhnlichc Nutzungsdauer crfalirunKsjii'niäLJ 
5 Jahre niciit üborstcigt, liönnen im Jaliro der 
AiiMchaflun« voil abKcsclirieben werden. 

Werbungskosten, d. li. Aufwendungen zur 
Erwerbung, Sicherung und Erlialtuiig der 
Einnahmen, sind abzugstiUdg. Spetulations- 
gewinne bleiben steuerfrei, wenn sie insgesamt 
weniger als HM. lüüü im Jalir betragen. 

Außer den Werbungskosten sind noch 
folgende Smuierausgaben abzugsfähig: 

1. RM. 50 j(; Monat für jede Hausgehilfin, 

2. Scliuldzinsen, 3. Kirchensteuer, 4. Ver- 
sieherungspräniien für den Steuerpflichtigen 
und dessen Familie, 5. Beiträge zur Erlangung 
eines Baudarlehns an Bausparlcassen. 

Die Abzüge für Sonderausgaben zu 4 und 5 
dürfen zusammen den Betrag von KM. 5üü 
nicht übersteigen bzw. HM. 800 für Veriiei- 
ratete oder HM. 1100 für Verheiratete mit 
1 Kind, HM. 1500 für Verheiratete mit 2 Kin- 
dern, HM. 2100 für Verheiratete mit a Kindern 
usw., d. h. soweit den Steuerpflichtigen Kin- 
derermäßigungen gewährt sind. Außergewöhn- 
liche Belastungen können auf Antrag wegen 
besonderer wirtschaftlicher VerhältniaselH'rnck- 
sichtigt werden. 



32 



AuMug aus der Elnkoninimsteucr-Tnbell« 




I 



Die Eink ommenateuer betragt bei einem 

Steuerpflichtigen, dem Kinder- 
ermäßigung gdwährt wird 



1 



Ol 



O % 



1 

I ■* I Kind 

m \ M M 



4 I 5 
Kinder I Kinder 



Kinder' Kinder 



M \ M m \ m 



6 



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860üOll3108 
4O0ÜO 15968 
45000 18768 



29 

63 

90 

124 

168 

192 

260 

37« 

496; 

616 

910! 

1210 

1024 

2796 

4420 

6060 

7810 

95«0 



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28 

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220 

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1500 1251 62 34 10 
1800 206 88 58 34 
2400 3041 148 112 81' 38 
80OO 420 2151 164 120! 78 
40O0 6401 342 249 185j 122 
60O0 832 490 344 265 182 
60O0 1024 640 492 376 242 
70OO 12641 790 640 4961 302 
80O0 1504' 940 700! ölöt 362 
9000 1744 1090 940 760 424 
lOOOO 1984 1240 1090 910 544 
llOOO 2272 1420 1240 1060i 670 
12000 2560i 16O0 1420 1210i 820 
14000 3136 19O0 17801 1564 1120 
16000 3840; 2400 2180 1924 1456 
20000 637Ö 33601 8100 2796 2224 
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6480 6130 5710 4840 
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6O00O 27968 17480 17080 16000 15560 6000 ii440 
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8O00O 40000 25480 25080 246O0 23560 23000 2"440 
90000 4.^)000 29480 29080 280O0 27560 27000, 26440 

nn lli;! ^?IS? ?^!^^^ ^^"«0 32600 31560 3100030440 
IIOOOO 55000 43480 430H0 42600 41660 41000 40440 
1190ÜO|59500 47600 47600 47600 4760O 470O0 47G0O 

?w.«^^T^*"i?" ^-'Jl'^^™,"?*'^ beträgt die Einkommensteuer 
Jn^ Lf/^a'i^'i" f'"' ^L*'®* ^^" übrigen Steuerpflichtigen 
40% oline Klnderemiaßiguug. 



13 
15 
21 

28 
32 
120 
140 
148 
168 
180 
210 
252 
308 
380 
490 
490 
490 
490 
490 
660 
560 
560 
560 
660 
660 
560 
560 



83 






\ 



r^ 



i 



AusEug aus der Lohnsteuer-Tabelle 



Monatslohn 



mehr 

169 

182- 

195- 

208- 

221- 

234- 

247- 

260- 

273- 

286- 

299- 

312- 

826- 

338- 

351- 

864- 

877- 

890- 

403- 

416- 

429- 

442- 

455- 

468- 

481- 

494- 

607- 

620- 

611- 

650- 

702- 

780- 

845- 

910— 

962 

1001— 

104O 

1118 

1170 



alH l)iH 

-182 

-195 

-208 

-221 

-234 

-247 

-260 

-273 

-286 

-299 

-312 

-325 

-338 

-361 

-364 

-377 

-390 

-403 

-416 

-429 

-442 

-455 

-468 

-481 

-494 

-507 

-520 

-533 

-624 

-663 

-716 

-793 

■858 

923 

976 

1014 

1066 

1144 

1196 




D[e Lohnsteuer beträgt bei einem 

Arbeitnehmer niit KinderermäQigung 



13.52 
16.12 
18.46 
21.06 
23.92 
27.04 
29.90 
33.02 
34.84 
37.96 
40.82 
43.42 
46.02 
48.36 
50.96 
53.56 
55.90| 
58.50 
61.10 
63.44 
66.04 
68.38i 
70.981 
73.58' 
76.181 
78.521 
81.121 
83.46! 
104.78! 
114.14 
126.62 
145.34 



6.50 
7.80 
8.84 
10.14 
11.44 
12.74 
14.30 
15.86 
17.68 
19.50 
21.06 
22.62 
23.92 
25.48 
27.04 
28.60 
30.16 
31.72 
33.28 
34.84 
36.40 
38.48 
40.56 
42.64 
44.72 
46.80 
48.88 
50.96 
65.52 
71.24 
79.04 
91.— 



160.94 100.62 
176.54 110,24 



189.02,118.04 
198.38 124.02 
209.301131.04 
228.28 142.48 
24Ü,76i 150.28 




4.16 

4.94 
6.98 
7.02 
8.32 
9.62 
10.92 
11.96 
13.— 
14.04 
15.34 
16.38 
17.92 
18.46 
19.761 
20.80: 
21.84 
22.881 
24.181 
26.481 
26.781 
28.34| 
29.901 
31.981 
33.80 
35.88 
37.96 
39.78 
53.04 
58.50 
66.30 
78.— 
87.88 
97.50 
105.30 
111,28 
118,04 
130.— 
137.80 



1.82 

2.86 

4.16 

4.94 

5.98 

7.02 

7.80 

8.58 

9.62 

10.40 

11.18 

11.96 

13.— 

13.78 

14.66 



4 

Kinder 

M 



0.52 

1.56 

2.60 

3.64 

4.68 

5.72 

6.24! 

0.76| 

7.54 

7,80| 

8,681 

9.10 

9.62 



S 

Kinder 

M 



15.34! 10.40 
16.38! 10.92 
17.1611,44 



17.94 

18.72 



11,96 
12,74 



19.76 13.26 
20.54! 13.78 
21.32 14,30 



22.88 
24.18 
26.- 
27.56 



15,08 
15.86 
16.64 
17.42 



29.38| 18.20 
41. 08124.44 



45.76 
52.— 
63.18 
73.06 
82.68 
90.48 
96.46 
103.22 
114.92 



26.78 
29.64 
35.30 
43.16 
50.96 
57.98 
63.96J 
70.98; 
82.68, 



122.72|90.48; 



0.78 

1.82 

3.12 

4.16 

4.42 

4.42| 

4.68 

5.20! 

5.20! 

5.46; 

6.72 

6.98 

6.24 

6.50 

7.02 

7.28 

7.54 

8.06 

8.84 

9.10 

9.62 

13.— 

14.56 

16,64 

21.84 

29.12 

36.92 

43.16 

47.84 

53.30 

65. — 

72.80 



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0.2() 
1,04 
1.04 
1.30 
1.30 
1.30 
1.30 
1.30 
1.56 
1.66 
1.66 
1.56 
1.66 
1.56 
2.34 
2.60 
3.12 
10.14 
16.84 
23.14 
29.12 
33.80 
39.26 
48.62 
55.38 



II. Lohnsteuer . t . ^ 

Froibeträjfo und Famillon(.rrnäß!KunKen 
dürfmnurdannborürksi(htiKfcucT(l('r),wt.nnauf 
der Steuerkarte von dor GoiixiiKlchcliördo hzw 
vom hinanzanit ontspmihciido Vorrnorkc an- 
«ebracht sind. EinmaUue h'innahmm können 
iiacli hcs()n,|,.rein Tarif ab^orcclinet worden 
(LediKe 1(»%, kinderlos Verheiratete 1U%. 
Verheiratete nut 1 Kind 8% usw.). 

III. Vermögensteuer 

Die steuerfreim Beträge sind geRenüber der 
RM 100,»^^''^'^ erw,.it,.rt. und zwar je 

selixstaiH iK zur V(«rniÖKensteuer veraidagte 
minderjahri«e Xind. In Sonderfällen sind 
weitere KM. lu UÜU steuerfrei. 

Aktien Kuxe, OmbH. -Anteile usw. sind 

yo len Werte e nzus(.tzen. Offene llnndelsge- 
selhrhaften und Koinmandituesellseliaften sind 
nieht mehr se]i)stän(iijr vcrinögensteuerpflieh- 
tiR, sondern nur noeh d.Ton Gesellschafter. 
, y "m^f^t'nsteuer beträft einheitlich .^) v T 
und bezieht sich ab 1. 4. 193« auf die Einheits- 
bewertuuK vom 1. 1. 19. i 5. 



IV. Körpersfliaftsteuer 

Die Körpersehaftsteuer, d. h. die Einkoni- 
menstouer der juristischen Personen. bctrÜKt 
iiU/, Die Angaben unter i über die Einkom- 
menbesteucruiit; finden entsprechende Anwen- 
dung. nerhtsJäJiuje Pensums- und Unter- 
stutzunysJcassen sind steuerbcfreit. 



I 






1 1 



! 



I'. Aufbriiiguugsumlage 

Laut Cesptz mm 17. 6. 1936 wird die Anf- 
briiiiJunjijsuniiiiKt' iür das Rechnungsjahr 1937 
und die folKeniion KocdmunKsjahre weiter er- 
hoben. i)a8 Botriebsvorniögwn niuLJ UM. 500000 
übtirstoigon. Die Undage beträgt 4'/„ des 
lietriebsvorniöjienö. 

VI. Grund- und Gewerbesteuer 

Ab 1. 4. iu:i7 sollon die Oruiid- und Ocwerho- 
stt'iit'rn als Uciihsstcucrn zusammen mit diT 
Einkoninionsteuer veraidagt und erhoben 
werden. Die (J rundsteuer wird naeli dem neiien 
Einlieitswort i>er 1. 1. 10:j.^) erhoben werden. 
Für die (Jeuerbe xteuer ist als alleinige Grund- 
lage für das gesamte lleiehsgebiet der (Je- 
werbeertrag in Aussiclit genommen. Grund- 
sätzlieh fällt in Zukunftdle Lohnsummensteuer 
und die GewerbekapitaUteuer fort. 

M\. Hauszinssteuer 

Für die Zeit vom 1. 4. lO.'JÖ bis 1. 4. 1937 
sind di»' gleichen Beträge zu entricliten wie für 
1934. Von den Beträgen gelten jedoch 25% als 
Einzahlung auf die 4%ige Anleihe des Uin- 
seliuldungsverbandes Deutseher Gemeinden 
{IJ auszimsteueranle ifie) . Beträgt die Hauszins- 
steuer weniger als KM. 200, so wird die Steuer 
um 25% gesenkt. 

Ylll. Bürgersteuer 

Nach dem Bürgersteuergesetz ermäßigt sieh 
der lleichssatz nacli der Anzahl der zum Haus- 
iialt gehörigen minderjährigen Kinder, und 
zwar je nach der Uühe des Einkommens um 



36 






ver.«^rh!rden hohe Beträge. Der Vermögens- 
besitz ist ebenfalls berücksichtigt. Die Ge- 
meinden erheben auf die Mindestsätze Zu- 
schlage von in der liegei 500 bis 600% . 

IX. Umsatzsteuer 

Der allgemeine Steuersatz beträgt 2% Der 
ermäßigte Steuersatz von 1% gilt für Umsätze 
landwirtschaftlicher Erzeugnisse durch Land- 
wirte und für l^nisätze von Cietreide, Mehl 
Sclirot oder Kleie aus Getreide und von daraus 
hergestellten Backwaren. 

Der ermäßigte Steuersatz von 1/2% gilt für 
von dritter Seite bezogene und ohne Bearbei- 
tung weitergelieferte Gegenstände im Groß- 
handel, soweit nicht sogar Steuerfr(!iheit ge- 
geben ist. Durch die Lagerhaltung wird die 
Geltendmachung des ermäßigten Steuersatzes 
nicht beeinträchtigt. Umsatzsteuerbefreiung 
tritt ein für Lieferungen bestimmter notwen- 
diger Rohstofje und Halberzengnisse im Groß- 
handel, soweit der Unternehmer die Gegen- 
stände erworben, sie grundsätzlich weder 
bearbeitet noch verarbeitet hat und die Vor- 
aussetzungen für die Steuerfreiheit buchmäßig 
nachgewiesen werden. \Veit(!re Steuerbefrei- 
ungen beziehen sieh auf die verlängerte Eitifuhr 
und auf den ersten Umsatz eingeführter 
Gegenstände außerhalb eines Seehafcnplatzes, 
sowie auf Aus fuhr lieferungen und auf Umsätze, 
die der Grunderwerbsteuer, Kapitalverkehr- 
steuer oder Versiclierungssteuer unterliegen. 

Ein erhöhter Steuersatz von 2>/2% gilt für 
Unternehmer, deren Gesamtumsatz im Einzel- 
handel im letzten Kalenderjahr 1 MUlion UM. 
überstiegen hat. 



f l 



Reichsboh Orden 

(Mitte 1936) 
Führer und Reichskanzler: Adolf Hitler 
Kanzlei des Fülirers : 
Chef: Keithslclter l'h flipp «ouhler 
Präsidialkanzlei: Merlin W H, Voüstr. 1 
Staatssekretär Dr. Meißner 
Min.-DiriKent: Dr. Dwlile 

Reichskanzlei : Wilhelmstr. 78 

Staatssekretär und Chef der Reichskanzlei: 
Dr Hans-Heinnch Laiiiniers 
Ministerialräte: VViensttiii. Dr. Wllluhn.Dr. Killy 
Dr. Ihomsen. V. Stuttcrheiin. Dr. Meerwald 
lersonl Adjufmit: Oberleutnant a. D. I{r(i<-kner 
Freasechef der Keichsreyier.: Dr. Walt her Funk 
Unterstellt: Ueneralinspektor für das deutsche 

pJatzT'^*'''*^"* • "'''■''" ^' ^- ^^^^""^^ 

Außerordentlich Bevollmächtigter Gesandter: 
J. V. Kiobentrop 

ßeauftr. f. Wirtschaftsfragen: Keppler. M.d.R. 
Reichskoiniuissar für l'reisüberwachung- 
Dr. (rordeler. Berlin W 8, Voüstr. 8 
ReichskoiMniis.sar für das Saarland: 
Gauleiter Hürckel. Berlin W 8. Mohrenstr. 65 

Die Reichsministerien : 

I. Auswärtiges Amt: Wilhelmstr. 74—76 

Reichsaußenininister: Frhr. Konstantin V. Neurath 
Staatssekretär : 

I*rotokoll: von BtUow-Schwante 

VVirtschaftsverhandluiigen: Min.- Dir. Dr. Ritter 

^W. /.• Min.-Direktor Dr. Frhr.v. Grtinau 
(Verwaltung. Personalien) 

Abt. II. Min. -Direktor Dr. Köpke 

(West-, Süd;. Südost- und Ost-Europa; militär 

Angelegenheiten; Luftfahrt) '""»mr. 

Abt. III: Min.-Direktor Dr. Dieckhoff 
(J^ngland. einschl. aller Kolonien. Orient. Amerika 
Mittel- u. Südamerika. Türkei. Iran. Schiffahrt) 
Abt. IV: Min. -Dirigent Brückner 
(Osteuropa, Skandinavien und Ostaöien) 

38 



tn ^^:i^^"-l^''-«ktor Dr. Stieve (Kulturpolitik) 
Abt. P (l>resse) : Vortr. Leg.-Rat Aschmann 
n. Reichs- u. Preußisches Innenmüilsterium • 

Minister: Dr. Frick 
Staatssekretär Dr. Pfundtner 

(virfas<;u^nf'T^?^7^^^^^ 
\ veriassung. («csetzt?ebung) 

Abt. II: Min.-Direktor Dr. Schütze 
(Beamtentum. Verwaltung) ® 

i*!' ^{/••j;^.«'^^'^'"»^''«^ SS Himmler (Polizei) 

AU V ''fZ'''^:Tr'''' ^^"" ^ V'olks.esundheit) 
waltunK)^^*"-^*'''^'^"'' ^'- '^"^«" (Kommunalver. 

Urbe'^^d'ie'^ä^-'"^'^^ 

gSnÄ^t?^?; '^- AulSclJi^^^sj^r Ä 

»Sii^Ä^^lSr^-. ^ürst-Bisma.^^ 

Rasseforschunp:: Dr. Gercke 
Keichsarchiv. l'otsdam Dir rir t?-„ i 

Minister: Dr. Joseph Goebbels 
Staa?i!lL'"T^ Min'-Kit hS 
iScfeÄn^^'- *'""^'- ^"^^«^^^^ Pressechef der 

^wrr^^ic^/'^i'^^^^'^'-^'^^^^^^^^^^'^-^.Recht) 
^bl. II: Min.-Rat Haegert (Propaganda) 



I 




( Kuiiflf uiik^'"'^'^^ Horst Dreßler-Andreß 

Abt. l V: Min.-Rat Dr. Jahnke (Presse) 

Abt. V: Mln.-Rat Seepfer (Film) 

Abt VI: Mln..Uat Otto Laubinger (Theater) 

Abt. VII: llaaenölirl (Abwehr) 

Abt. VIII: Dr. VVisrnann (Sclirlfttuni) 

Reichsfiliiulraniaturg: Willi Krauxe 



und 



IV. Reichs- und Preußisches Ministerium für Wissen- 
schaft, Erziehung und Volksbildung; 
Unter den Linden 4 
Minister: Hernhard Hust 

Staatssekretär: Min.-Itat Dr. Kunisch (auftragsw ) 
Zentralnmt: Leiter: Dr. Kunisch 
PolitTk und AÄdY''"' <'-«t-*^«bung. Gre«z. 
Ministeramt: Amtschef: Min.-Dir. Sunkel 

n^ VolTi "'Hf «f'^.^^-. -^»tschef : Alin.-Dlr. Prof. 
Dr. Vahlen (Hochschulen. Forschung) 

Amt für ErziehuTw: Amtschef: IMin.-Dir Dr Bo- 
Z?Ä. <V«lk8- VI. Mittelschulen, höhere SVhule^ 
t^rufl ches und bäuerliches Ausbiiduni,'8we8en) 
ATTU für Volksbildung/: Amtschef: Min -Diriirent 

mal-''und'^H\U^Ä^J^^'/^^^f'^^'»- ^^ 
mal- und nelraatschutz. Theater und Film ) 

f^\i^ ril'' vT'^''^'n^'l^^^'''^-' Amtschef: Min.- 
Dir. Dr. Krümniel (Leibesübungen. Jugendpflege) 

Abt. Landjahr: I^iter: Ober-Rejr - Rat <4f.h.«j#i* 
Bodemtedt (Innere AusÄltuns Äi^dÄ 

Kaiser-Wilheini-Ccselhsohaft zur Förderung der 
Wissenschaft. Berlin C 2. Schloß '"'^'*®^"^» ^^^ 

40 



V. Relchsflnanaminlsterluni : Wflhelmplatz 1/2 

Minister: (Jruf Lutz Schwerin von Krosielr 
Staatssekretär: Fritz Ueinhardt ^^"^^^^ 

KcMc-hsfS;;«"?„ä™^',''''''''-'''"««l«««"lielten der 

i!^ü",fÄw°*fr'''ir;!f;:;';"' ^n'«'2'<=»t-- Reich«. 

ScheiliuBstr 14/10 '"^•"""«"'n. Berlin W 9. 

»Staatssekretär; Dr. Posse "'' 

Xentralxibteilunn: Min.-Rat Dr Tettpnhnm ( ku„ 

Älit.li!''^uÄn'del''fXM '""S^ä"- ""1 

nandei„„'5";rcS'e''rbe^- '^'""'''"' 'Handwerk. 
slbaSg) '""■•''''• W«"'«"" (nevhenbewirl. 
^W. £.• Dir. nrinicmann (AusfulirangeleBenhelten) 



I 



.. 




Vn. Reichs- und Preußisches Arbeitsministeriton; 

Unter den Linde« Xi/'dö 
Minister: Fnuiz Seldte 
StAatssekretär: \)r. Krohn 

Hauvt-Aht. I: Min. -Direktor Eettifr (Verwaltung. 
PerHunalien, VersorgunKsrecht. versurgungHärzt- 
IJche AngeleKenheiten) 

Haupt-Abt II: Min. -Direktor Dr. Engel (Sozial- 
versicherunp und Wohlfahrtspflege) 

Haupt-Abt III: Min.-DIrektor Dr. Mansfeld (Ar- 
beitsrecht, Arbeitsschutz, Lohnpolitik. Treuhänder 
der Arl)eit) 

Haupt-Abt S: Min.-Rat Dr. Knoll (Siedlungs- und 

Wohnunffswesen) 

AngeRl ledert: Ständiger Siedlungsbeirat 

Nachgeordnete Behörden: 

Reichsversicherungaanit. Reichsversorgunps-Ge- 
richt, W 35. TlfDitzufer r^2. Prä.s. lluk'o Scluiffer 
Deutsch. Arbeitasch utzmuseum. Frauenhoferstr.ll 

Treuhänder der Arbeit für die Lamiesbezirke: 

Ostpreußen: Hans Schreiber. Königsberg i. l*r. 
Schlesien: Itelchnow, Breslau 
Brandenburg: Dr. Daeschner. l^erlln 
Pommern: Kontreadniiral a. D. Ciaaßen. Stettin 
Nordmark: Dr. Völtzer. Hamburg 
Nleder.sach.sen: Hahn. Hannover 
Westfalen: SyndlkuR Karl Hahn. Essen 
Rheinland: Wilhelm liorper. Köln 
Hessen: J. Schwarz, Frankfurt a. M. 
Mitteldeutschland: Dr. AViesel. Magdeburg 
Sachsen: Ernst Stiehler. M.d.B.. Dresden 
Bayern: Kurt Frey. M.d.K.. München 
Südweatdeutschland : Dr. Klnimlch. Karlsruhe; 

Zweigstelle in Stuttgart 
Saarland-Pfalz: Böhm. Saarbrücken 

Der Aulsicht des Reichsarbeits-Min. urüerstellt: 

Reichsanstalt für Arbeits vennittlung und Arbeits- 
losenversicherung. HardenberKstr. 12: 
Präsident Dr. Syrup 

Reichsversicherungs-Anstalt für Angestellte. Ruhr- 
etraße 2: Pr.xsldent A. (^rießnieyer 
Reichsknappschaft. Breitenbachplatz: Senats- 
präeident Thielmann 



42 



Vin. Reichsjustizrainisterium : 

Berlin W a, Wilhelmstr. 65 

Minister: Dr. (Jilrtner 

Staatssekretäre: J)r. Schlegelberger. Dr. Freister 

^;iri/ht ^'"-!^^';^'^'^'^'- J^r. Nudler (Personalien. 
<:»erichtsorganisati' )M ) 

it. ^v >I'"-'>i>ektor Schäfer ( Straf gcsetzgebung. 
Bäuerliches Recht) 

ifchesRechJ^"-^'^"'''" ^^- ^"^^^ ^^^^^r«- 

Abt. V: Min.- Direktor Richter (Handels- Ver- 
kehrs- und öffentliches Kecht> ^"'^""^^"^ • ^ «'^• 

^ffvf'f-*^!*"-'!*'^*''^"^ Schneller (Justizverw.) 

Relchsjustizprüfungsamt: i»nl.sident Dr. Palandt 

lÄI'KlSsel '' *'^'""iengüter: Präsident I>rof. 

Reichsjustizkoiimiissnr: Dr. Frank 

Zum Geschäftsbereich gehörig- 

Reichsgericht. Leipzig C 1 : l>rä.sident Dr. Bumke 

S Klauer ^'"^- (Jitschiner Str. 97/103: Präsl- 

EX. Reichskriegsministeriura: • »- 

Berlin W 35. Tirpitzufer 72/76 

Minister: (ieneralfeldmarschall von Blomberg 

Che ^^,J-:;\f ^""^;Jlt.samtc«: ( Jeneralmajor Keitel 

F^eiL^JjUJ^^rÄ"""'^ """"^'-"^ ^^^ ^^^"^^r^e 
Sieder ' ^^^^""^^^^t""«-- General- Adniiral Dr. h. c. 
/. Allgemeines Heeresamt 

II. Heeres- Personalamt 

III. Generalstab des Heeres ) '^>rpltzufer 72/76 

IV. Heeres- Venmltungsamt: Lützowufer 6/8 

V. Heeres.WaJienamt: Bln.-Charlottenburg. Fa- 
saneiistr. 87 und Jebensstr. 1 

4.3 



Berlin W 35. 



Deutsche Paß?arschrlften und 
Einreiseb<'.stimniuiiK4'n des Auslandes 

Espmpllohlt sich, bei «rößoron Hoison oln<m 
Paß uls Legitimation i)oi sich zu füiiren. Jeder 
Deutselie, der die Ileieliscreiize ühersclirciton 
will, muß im Besitze eines Küiticen deutschen 
Passes sein, der für das Ausland gilt. 

1. Wie beschafft man sich einen Paß? 
Für die AusstellunR eines Passos Ist die 

Polizeibehörde, in deren Bezirk der Paß- 
bewerber seinen Wohnsitz hat, zuständig. 
Persönliches Erseheinen (wegen eißenhändiger 
Unterschrift) unter Vorlage von zwei neuen 
Xichthildern ist erforderlich. Es werden an 
Gebühren HM. 3,— erhoben und die Pässo 
im allgenuinen auf die Dauer von fünf Jahren 
ausgestellt. 

2. Die Besorgung des Visums. 

Der Sichtvermerk für eine Reise Ins Ausland 
ist bei dem betreffenden Konsulat einzuholen. 

Für folgende Länder besteht noch Sicht- 
vermerkzwang (soweit Frageboj^en verlangt 
werden, sind die Vordrucke hierfür bei den 
Konsulaten erhältlich); 



I- 



Ägypten 

Belgien 

Bulgarien 

China 

Danzig (polnisches 
Durchreisevisum; 
bestimmte Verbin- 
dungen s.visumfr.) 

Frankreich 

Griechenland 

Litauen 



Polen 

Rumänien 

Spanien 

Türkei 

Union der .soziallst. 

Sowjetrepubliken 

(persönl. Erscheinen 

erwünscht) 
Verein. Staaten von 

Nordamerika (pers. 

Erscli. erforderlich) 



sowie für fast sämtliche südamerik. Staaten. 

Genaue Angaben sind bei den Industrie- und 
Handelskaniniern zu erfuhren. 

4G 






WH - 
WM - 
WL « 



Konnzeichen • ' 

der deutschen Krartfahrzeuge 

Heer Pol - Polizei 



Kriegsmarine KP - Ke]('h"s'poflt 
Luftwaffe DK - Deutsche lieichsbahn 

TAT . Preußen 

lA Lamlespollzeibezlrk Ib Keg.-Bez. Sltrmarlngen 

i M l'rov . Sachsen 
IP .. Schlesw. -Holst. 
IS „ Hannover 
IT ,, Hessen-Nassau 
I X „ Westfalen 
IV Reir.-Bez. Düs.seIdorf 
IZ Rheinprovinz auüer t 
Ret,'. -Bez. Düsseldorf 



Berlin 
IB Prov. Grenzmark 
x^ tP^^sen-Westpreußen) 
IC Prov. Ostpreußen 
IE .. Brandenburtr 
IH „ Ponnnern 
IK „ Ober- und 

Niedersehlesien 

Bayern 

IIA Stadtbz. München II II Oberfranken 

Tf p IJ^'^r^Y"'"' V^ Stadtbz.Nürnbg.u.Fürth 

II) P i'll'^'"'^^'^'"'"^ UÄ P."^^*«^"^ MittelfFanken 

Til' 7»! #1 V^ ünterfranken 

II K Oberpfalz HZ Schwaben und Neubur? 

8arhsen 

I für die Kreishauptniannschaft IJautzeu 



II 
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IV 

V 






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Leipzii? 
Chemnitz 
Zwickau 



Württemberg . . 

III A Stuttgart 

iriM ?• E ^^^ ^^" übrigen Neekarkrelß 



IIIH.K.M 
IUP. S. T .. 
IIIX, Y.Z .. 

Hessen 

VO Prov. Oberheasen 
VR ,, Rheinhessen 
VS ,, Starkenburg 
A Anhalt 
IVB Baden, für das 

ganze Gebiet 
B Braunsehweig 
HB Bremen 
HH Hamburg 



Sehwarzwakikrels 
„ Jagstkreis 
.. Donaukreis 

Oldenburg 

Ol LandesteilOldenburg 

t)II .. Lübeck 

^>iil .. Birkenfeld 

HL Lübeck 

L Lippe .- . . ' 

M Mecklenburg 

Saar Saargebiet 

SL Schaumburg-Lippe 

Th Thüringen 

47 



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(NatioiialUUtsceicIieu) für KraUfalirzeuge 



A Österreich 

B IJelKien 

BG Bulgarien 

BI Britisch Indien 

IUI Brasilien 

C Cuba 

CO Colimiblen 

CH Schweiz 

CS Tschechoslowakei 

D Deutschland 

DA Danzig 

DK Dänemark 

£ Spanien 

EQ Ecuador 

ET Ägypten 

EW Estland 

F Frankreich nel).st Al- 
gerien, Marokko 
(franz. Zone). 
Franz. Indien und 
Tunis 

FL Liechten.steln 

O Guatemala 

GB England u.N.-Irl. 

GBG Die anglo-noriii. 
Insel Guernsej 

GBJ Die anglo-norm. 
Insel Jersey 

GBM Insel Man 

GB Y Malta 

GBZ Gibraltar 
GR Griechenland 
H Ungarn 



I Italien 

IN Niederl. -Indien 

L Luxemburg 

LR Lettland 

LT Litauen 

LSA Syrien u. Libanon 

MC Monaco 

MI-:X Mexiko 



M 

KL 

P 

PA 

PE 

PL 

PK 

PY 

R 

RA 

RC 

RCH 

RH 

S 

8E 

SF 

SM 

SU 



Norwegen 

Niederlande 

Portugal 

Panama 

Peru 

Polen 

Iran 

Paraguay 



TK 
U 

US 

V 
Y 



Buniänien 

Argentinien 

China 

Chile 

Haiti 

Schweden 

Irischer Freistaat 

Finnland 

Siani 

Kußland { Union d. 

Soz. Sowjetrepubl.) 

Türkei 

Uruguay 

Vereinigte Staaten 

von Nordamerika 

Vatikan 

Jugoulawien 



48 



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Allgemeine 

Gefahrstelle 



AA ^^^^^^^^ Gefahrstelle 

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Parkplatz 



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Krcit Herford 
R*g'B«i Minden 




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über Genthin 10km ^^x""^ 



Wegweiset lijr Fernverkehrsstraßen 



Vorderseite 



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Dorsten 28km \. 

über Bottrop 14km ^^^ 



Wegweiser lür sonstige befestigte Straüen 




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Sperrzefchen 
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Sperrzeichen an 
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Sp8rr2eichen für 
Fahrzeuge Qbei2(a Breite 





Verbot einer Fahrt- 
richtung oder Einfahrt 



Parkverbot 





Sperrzeichen 
für Krafträder 



Sperrzeichen an 
Sonn- und Feiertagen 






Verbot für alle 
sonst Verkehrsarten 



Sperrzeichen f. Fah^euge 
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Besperrt für Kraftfahireugs 
über 5.5 t 6esamfgewiüit 




Sperrungen an Sonn- 
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Zeittafel 

(24-Stunden.Uhr) -i^.^ 

■Weiin es !n Dcutscliland 12 Uhr Ist, haben 
nachstehende Länder folgende Zeiten: 



Kuropa 

Belgien . . . 

Bulfjjarlen . . 

Dänemark 

Franlcroich . 

Griechenland 

Groß- 
Britannien, 

Italien . . . 

Jugoslawien . 

Luxemburg . 

Niederlande . 

Norwegen . . 

Österreich . . 

Portugal . . 

Rumänien 

Rußland . . 

Schweden . . 

Schweiz . . . 

Spanien . . . 

Tschecho- 
slowakei . 

Türkei , . . 



Uhr Min 



11 
13 
12 
11 

12 



AiiCcr-Europa Uhr Min. 



85 



11 
12 

12 
12 
11 
12 
12 
11 
13 
13 
12 
12 
11 

12 
12 



20 



57 



Argentinien 

Ägypten 

JU)livien 

l^rasilien 

Chile . . 

China. . 

Cülumbien 

Cuba . . 

Ecuador 

Guatemala 

Jumaica 

Japan . 

Korea . 

Marokko 

Mexiko . 

Nicaragua 

Panama 

Paraguay 

Peru . . 

Pliilipplnen 

Tunis . . 

Uruguay , 



6 43 

13 — 

6 28 

8 07 

6 17 

10 — 

6 03 

5 31 



46 
58 



5 

4 

6 — 
20 -— 
19 30 
11 — 

4 

5 

5 

7 

5 
19 
12 

7 



24 
15 
42 
10 
51 



15 



Vereinigte Staaten von Nordamerika 

Uhr Min. 



Atlantlc-Time 7 

Eustem-Standard-Time (New York) . 6 

Central-Time (Chicago, (>alveston). . 5 

Mountain -Time (Denver) 4 

Paciflo-Time (San Francisco) .... 3 



49 



PI 



Einwohnerzahlon 

der Städto und GemoiruIiMi Deutschlands 
ühcr 21)000 Einvvohficr') 



Stadt 



1C2774 

43043 
43 736 



Aachen . . , 
Ahlen .... 
Allenntein . . 
Altenburg . . 

Altona '241970 

Aniberg .... I 27082 
Ansbach . . . . 23033 
-Apolda j 27834 

Arnstadt . . . 

Asch äffen bürg. 

Aschersleben . 

Aue 

Augsburg . . 





Kran<lenb.a.d.II. 
Hrauaschweig 
Hrenien . . 
Hreiuerhaven 
Breslau 



64190 
166817 
323331 

25779 
625198 



'^»•ieg 29816 

'^»•«hl 23076 

,,^, ,^ *^"rK 25064 



36260 

28550 

25836 

176575 



Baden-Baden , 
Bad (lodesberjjr 
Bad Kreuznach 
Bamberg . . . 
Bautzen . . . 
Bayreuth . . . 
Berg. Gladbach 

Berlin 

Bernburpr . . . , 
Beuthen O.-Schl. 
Bielefeld . . 
Bitterfeld . . 
Bobrek-Karf . . 
Bocholt . . . . 
Bochum . . . . 

Bonn 

Bottrop . . . . 



30262 
23668 
27282 
54161 
41951 
87196 
20446 
4 24 250t 
38 327 
100 584 
121 031 
21328 
21974 
33 441 
314 546 
98 659 
86218 



<'«"« j 27734 

Chemnitz .... 350734 
(\)ttbus .... 52302 
Cuxhaven. . . .j 22094 

I>anziß 1284700 

Darinstadt . , . ■ 93222 

^^a^tehi i 20765 

Delmenhorst . . | 31284 

i><i»'^i^u I 78593 

Dinslaken. ... I 26284 

Döbeln , 24 714 

Dortmund . . .540875 
Dresden . . . .| 642 143 
Dudweiler . . .i 24217 
Duisburg . . . .| 410 419 

J^tiren | 40 880 

498 600 



Düsseldorf 

Eberswalde 
Eisenach . 
Eisleben . 
Elbing . . 



31 369 
44 095 
24 510 
72 409 



1) Nach dem „Statist. Jahrbuch für das Deutsche Reich 1935". 



Emden ... 
Erfurt .... 
Erlangen . . . 
Eschweiler . . 
Essen a. d. Ruhr 
Eülingen . . . 
Flensburg. . . 
Forst (Lausitz) 
Frankenthal . , 
Frankfurt a.M. , 
Frankfurt a. d. O 
Freibergi. Sa.. . 
Freiburg i. Ijr.. , 
Freital . . . 
Fulda 

Fürstenwalde . . 
Fürth 

Gelsen kirchen . . 
Gera 

Gevelsberg . 
Gießen ....'.' 
Gladbeck .... 
Glauchau . . 
Gleiwitz . . . 
Glogau .... 
Gmünd . . 
Göppingen . . 
Görlitz .... 
Goslar .... 
Gotha .... 
Göttingen . . 
Greifswaid , 

Greiz 

Grünberg i. Schi. 
Guben .... 
Güstrow .... 



34111 
144 879 

32348 

33090 
654 461 

43 089 

66 580 
37 720 
26080 
555 857 
75831 
36448 
99122 
36829 
27753 
25 490 
77135 
332545 
83775 
21959 
35913 
61239 
31199 
111 U62 
28229 
20131 
23007 
94182 
22987 
47848 
47149 
29488 
39903 
25330 
43934 
22464 



Gütersloh 

Hagen i. W. , . 

Halberstadt . . 

Halle a. d. 8. . . 

Hamburg 

Hameln . . . . 

Hamm i. W. 

Hanau 

Hannover. . 
Harb.-VVilhelmsb. 
Hei<iell)erg . 
Heideuheini. . . 
Heilbronn . 
Herford . . 
Herne .... 
Herten . . 
Hilden . . . .' 
Hildesheim . . 
Hindenburg O.-S 

Hirsehberg(Schl. 
Hof 

Homberg . . 

Hürth (Bez. Köln)' 

Idar-Oberstein . 
Ingolstadt . . . 
Insterburg . . . 
Iserlohn .... 
Itzehoe 

Jena .... 



Kaiserslautern . 
Kami)vLiiitfort 
Karlsruhe. . . 
Kassel . . . . 
Kempten . , . 
Kiel .... 



25879 

148314 
50372 
209169 
1129 307 
27985 
53 532 
40655 

443 920 
112593 
84 641 
21 903 
60308 
38 536 
98595 
34256 
20350 
62 519 

130433 
30692 
43545 
27043 
28946 

22540 

28628 
41230 
34272 
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Länder 



Buropa 
Albanien . . . 
BeiKien . . . 
Biilflrnrion . . 
DÄnemark . . 
Danzif? .... 
DeutschcH Reich 
Estland. . . 
Finnland . . .' , 
Frankreich . .' [ 
Griechenland . [ 
Großbritannien 

u. Nord-Irland 
Irischer Freistaat 

Italien 

Jugoslawien 

Lettland . . . * 

Litauen o. Memel , 

Luxemburg . . J 

Niederlande . I 

Norwegen . .' .'{ 

Österreich. . . I 

^o'en ....*! 

Portugal . . ' j: 

Kuniänien . . .|] 

ÄuXjland.Kurop..*iJ 

Schweden . . .{] 

Schweiz . . . [\i 

Spanien . . * ji 

T8checho8lowakel |l 
'rürliei.Europ.. .1 
Ungarn 1 



Ein- 
wohner 



-9 »si In 1000 



Fläche 
In qkm 





Ein. 
jvrohner 
iauflqkm 



516 000 



1000 
8092 
00i)0 
3575 
408 

660^0 1 
1126| 
3007 

41835 
6205 



l; 46052 
y 2Ö72 
41177 
i 13 934 
1951 
j 2029 
I 300 
I 7930 
' 2814 
6700 
32183 
6820 
18057 
128125 
6142 
4060 
28907 
14 730 
1041 
8088 



i02or/ooo 

27538 

30444 
103146 

44330 

1894 

470713 

47549 I 
888217 j 
650986 I 
130199 1 



I 60.0 
I 30,53 
265.80 
59.04 

80.04 
215.16 
140,27 

23.09 
9,45 

75.93 

47,06 



242409 

70283 

310177 

247542 

65 791 

52822 

2586 

34181 

322681 

83857 

390015 

92157 

294907 

4760465 

448981 

41295) 

5119851 

140446, 

23975 

93073 



190 

42,29 

1132.75 

56,29 

29.05 

38.41 

116.01 

232.10 



8.72 
80.02 
82,39 
74.07 
61.22 
20.91 
13.08 
98.47 
40.70 

104.M8 
43.56 

Ö3.36 



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ü 



GröBe und Bevölkerung au Bereuropaischer Länder») 



Länder 



JäTir 

der 

Zähip 



ASIEN 

Arabien 1930 

Britisch Indien . . 1931 

^hina 1930 

IndochIna 1931 

Japan 19.30 

Iran 1933 

Rußland. Asiat. . 1933 

Slam 1929 

Türkei. Asiat 1927 

AMERIKA 

ArKentinien 1932 

Brasilien | 1920 

Columbien 1928 

Kanada 1931 

Mexiko : 1930 



Peru 

Ver.St.v. Amerika 

AFIUKA 

Äthiopien 

Äi?ypten2) 

Äjrypten, Sudan . 

Algerien 

Franz. Westafr. . 
iJelß. Kongo . . . 

Nigeria 

Südafrik. Union 
AUSTRALIEN. 
Austral. Staaten- 
bund 

Neu-Guinea 

Neu-Seeland 



1927 
1930 

1928 

1927 

1U29 

1931 

1931 

19;j4 

1931 

1931 

1933 
1931 
1920 



1^ 

wohner 

in 1000 



Fläche 



, Kmw. 

in qkm ', ^V*^ 
1 nkm 



1135000 
4500 

352 838 

444000 
21 452 
91724 
15055 
37623 
11506 
12 008 

201 000 

11847 

30636 

7851 

10377 

1ÜÖ53 

0147 

122775 

147000 

10 000 

14178 
5729 
0553 

14576 
8972 

19131 
8133 

10000 

0031 

397 

1344 



41400000 
3000000 
4084298 
7128000 
740400 
078807 
1043 558 
10507249 
518384 
738 701 
43000000 
2 797113 
8511189 
1162240 
9669320 
1969154 
1249049 
7839081 
30000000 
900000 
35158 
2611000 
2195097 
4659 708 
2330892 
870922 
1223331 
8500000 

7703807 
240000 
268232 



J) Nach dem ..Stat. Jahrb.f. d. Deutsche Reich 193'i" 
2 Die Refian.te Fläche de« außer von der sStln Be-* 
yolkcrung noch von run.l 400UU Nomadeu bewohnen 
Landes beträgt etwa 994 OUO ^ km. "«wonaüen 



/ 



/ 

I 



Der deiitseho Außenhandel mit den 
wichtigfstcn Ländern im Jahre 1035 

'" ^^J"l- RM. Keiner Warenverkehr 



Länder 




Europa 
Belg. -Luxemburg 
Bulgarien 
Dänemark 
Danzlg 
Polen 
Estland 
Finnland 
Frankreich 
Griechenland 
Großbritannien 
Irischer Freistaat 



Italleni) 187,5 

Jugoslawien 

Lettland 

Litauen 

Niederlande 

Norwegen 

Osterreich 

Portugal 

Kumänien 

Schweden 

Schweiz 

Spanieni 

Tschechoslowakei 
Ungarn 

UdSSR (Rußland) 
Sonstige Länder . 



+ 


208.1 




6.2 


+ 


36.8 


+ 


6.3 




16.1 


+ 


53.9 


+ 


142.6 




12.6 


+ 


8.6 


— 


15.0 




175.7 




16.9 



1) Mit Außenbesitzungen. Wirtschaft u. Statistik 1936. 



Der deutsche Außenhandel mit den 
wichtigsten Ländern im Jahre U)35 

in Mill. HM. Reiner Warenverkehr. 



Länder 



Afrika 

Ägypten 

Brit. Ostafrika 
Brit. Südafrika 
Brit. Westaf rikn 
Belg. Kongo 

Asien 
Brit. Indien 

China 

Japan 

Niedcrl. Indien 
Türkei 



• • • « • • 



Einfuhrüber- 
schuß (— ) 
Ausfuhrüber- 
schuß ( + ) 




68 



Amerika 
V. St. V. Amerika 
Argentinien 
Brasilien 

Chile 

Guatemala 

Mexiko 

Uruguay 

Australien und 
Polynesien . 
Austral. Bund 

Eismeer und 

nicht ermittelte 

Länder 12,0 

Insgesamt 4158,7 

Wirtschaft und Statistik 1936. 

59 



I 

I 



II 



AI 



D IN-Papierf ormate 



Der Normenausschuß 
für (lag graphische Ge- 
werbe hat vier Norni- 
Formate Rcschaffen 
und mit Keihe A.B.C 
und D bezeichnet. 
Das Seitenverhältnis 
aller Formate isti: ^2, 
also gleich dem Ver- 
hältnis der Seite eines 
Quadrates zu seiner 
Diagonale. 

Durch fortgesetztes 
Falzen des (Jnindfor- 
mats jeder Keihe er- 
geben sich die Teil- 
formate. 

Die Klassennummern 
bezeichnen die Anzahl 
der Falzungen. Durch 

viermaliges Falzen 

des Grundformats Keihe A (AO) entsteht A 4, 
das Format des EinheltsbriefbogenB. A 6 gilt 
al8 Postkarten- und Taschenformat. 

Reibe A soll unbedingt bevorzugt werden. An 
zweiter Stelle steht Keihe B. an dritter Stelle 
K^ihen C und D. 

Dh) drundformate der Reihe: 
B c D 



Kl. 


BenennunpT ^^eilio A 
iniM 



1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 


10 

11 

12 


VlerfachboK. 


841 X1189 
504 x 841 


Doppelbog. 


Bogen 


420x594 


Halbbogen 

Viertelbogen 

Blatt 

Halbblatt 
Viertelblatt 
Achtelblatt 


297 X 420 


210x207 
148x210 


105x148 
74x105 
52x74 


— 


37x52 
26x37 


— 


18x26 


— 


13x18 


13 


— 


9x13 



1000x1414 



917 X 1297 
60 



771 X 1090 



BcIIehtungstabello für foto^r. Auf nahmen 





A. Tages- und Jalircszcit 






Uhrzeit 


Jan. Febr. März 
Dez. Nc.v. Okt. 


April 
Sept. 


Mai 
Aug. 


Juni 
Juli 


10—14 
7—10 14—17 
5— 7 17—10 


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— 5 4 


1 

3 
5 



2 

4 



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3 



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See u. Hochgebirge 

Landsch. o.Vorderjir. 
„ ni. hell. ., 

Personen im Freien 
Ldsch.m.dkl.Vordgr. 

In hellem Walde 
.. dunklem .. 

Pers. I. hell. Zimmer 
.. i. dkl. ., 




1 
2 


1 


2 

"3 
4 

ß 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 

12 
17 


3 

4 

5 

6 
7 

8 
9 

10 
11 

13 
18 


2 
S 


3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

10 
15 


4 

5 


6 

7 

8 



Helle InnenrÄunie 
Dunkle .. 


11 
16 





€. Blende 


un 


d Empflndliciikeit 










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25% 
27 Vi 
291/2 
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1.58 .. 

1.60 .. 

1.62 .. 

I.ß4 .. 

1.60 .. 

1.Ö8 .. 

1.70 .. 



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62 H 




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1.74 

1.76 

1.78 

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1.84 



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45^2 
46 V4 
47^2 
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56% 



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1.62 Meter 

1.64 

1.66 

1.68 

1.70 

1.72 

1.74 



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Erste Hilfe bei Unglücksfällen 

ErbrecheTrrÄ''°= ^^" Vergifteten zum 

lagert: ^«Zae^-^^^ 
werden sie reinl{,^t sich durch die HlutS voS 
selbst Auf eKen eines keimfreien Verbandes von 
Mull darüber Watte und dann mit einer Kinde 
befestigen; an den Arzt verweisen, da aut^i d e 

?to[rkrlnu»f) *^^*^'^^^*^ ^^^^«" k»»" (VVund! 

»«^hmS^in'f*?'*!^"^®?^ ^J.''*** "i't J^a'te»" Wasser 
t>eliandeln! Leujwand auf egen. welche in Kalk- 

ST'iffnel..'^"'"^^ ^"^"""^^ iHt''B?andbhfsen 
n i}\' Brüche: Vorläufige Schienung durch 

PiStn n^'i«"^*''^" ^^P^« "'*^- Etwäs^rhöhtS 
Lagerung des gebrochenen Gliedes. 

A## V. Ohnmächten: Tieflaßerung des Konfes 
öffnen beengender Kleidungsstücke, frische Lift! 
Mit Wasser bespritzen. Reiben der Haut. 

Tr«i J'*T?°**^^^?°'*"** ^^'^^^^^»'ae^erung des Kopfes 
Kalte Umschläge auf den Kopf (Eis) Senf.' 
Pflaster auf Brust und Waden. 

bft. YiPl Hitzschlag: Wiederbelebung durch 
Unfällen '^^'"""^- «^'»*" ^*<^ ^ei elektrischen 

VIII. Sonnenstich und Hitzschlag: Alle 
beengenden Kleidungsstücke lösen und den 
Betroffenen an schattigen Ort bringen Konf 
Ä'iS^'i- kalte Umschläge auf Kopf Snd BruLt 
Kt^äaÄhtl^e^n!^^- ^^^-^-^"«' -wenden. 

Hn, S^' ^}^ durch Schlange oder Hund : Oberhalb 
der Wunde betreffendes Glied abbinden. Wunde 
ausbluten lassen bzw. zum Bluten bringen 
Alkohol bis zur Berauschung eingeben, sofort zum 
Fofter ) ^^^ ^^""^° ""^ Ausschneiden ist eine 

Hl« w.^!J"*^? Insektenstiche: Salmiakgeist auf 
die Wunde traufein oder Kernseife auf die 
gestochenen Stellen reiben, bis die Seife schäumt! 



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1. Schnell die Kleider öffnen, 

2. Den Körper tOehtig Bchütteln. 

,«o«^^^'^'x""^'^" y^."* Vyasser befreien. Indem 
man den Körper auf den «auch legt, so daß der 
Kopf nach unten niederhängt. Versuchen 
Atmung zu schaffen, indem man abwechsehKl 
die unteren Rippen drückt und ausdehnt, und 
/war etwa 20 mal in der Minute. 

^-a i-.^""*^®. herausziehen und mittels Tuch an 
cias Kmn anbinden. 

5 Künstliche Atmung ist mit die wichtigste 
Angabe der ersten Hilfe. Sie besteht darin! 
d^n^bil!'^" f"";^"^ abwechselndes Zusanunen- 
drücken und Erweitern des IJrustkorbes die 
Ljungen blasebalgartiK verengt und erweitert. 
Sinf" \^1^ ,^*" ^^^^ Scheintoten mit ent- 
blößtem Oberkörper auf den Kücken und schiebt 
unter seinen Kücken ein Polster, so daß die 
Magengegend hoch, die Schultern tief liegen 
danach, wie oben unter 4 erwähnt. Zunge heraus' 
ziehen. Fremdkörper wie Erde, künstlkhes 
,?».'." i;-'n- «"^^^[ernen. Kopf seitlich legen, 
um im I-alle nochmaligen Erbrechens leichtere 
t.ntfernung zu ermöglichen. Sodann Beginn der 
künstlichen Atmung durch Anfassen <ler Unter- 
arme hinter den Kopf des Verunglückten. 
Rrn .^"^w ""^r zeitlicher Bewegung auf die 
Brust führen Die \ ersuche müssen in der 
Minute 15— lönial wiederholt und so lange 
fortgesetzt werden, bis der Scheintote den ersten 
Atemzug selbst tut. und aufs neue wiederholt 
werden, wenn die Atmung stockt. 

««V *• ^Rettungsversuche nicht aufgeben: es sind 
schon Personen nach stunderUangen Be- 
mühungen gerettet worden. 

A^. n* A^?"" Atmung beginnt, den Patienten in 
?, f v"^ u bringen, warme (betränke verabreichen, 
auch Spirituosen teelöf fei weise, für frische 
i^uft Im Ziinmer sorgen und den Patienten sich 
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kby nurae«. Far Rockaway Nureea Rtg- 

fatry, 468 Oalt Av., Cedarhurst. FAr Rock- 

away 7-0526. 

GRADUATES, undergraduates, attendants; 
excellent placements and salaries. ACad- 
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NURSES, Immediately; appointment only. 
Telephone JErome 6'5566. Olsen Agency, 
940 Grand Concourse, 

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LANDSIEDEL. JOHN (March 16). Est? 
$6.500 real, $1,500 personal. To daughtl 
Marie Linnemann, 62-22 62d Rd., Mf 
peth. $1,000; daughter, Ro.se Bruni 
62-22 62d Rd., Maspeth. $1,500; resi< 
to sons, George Landsledel. 31-16 Brof 
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62-22 62d Rd., Maspeth. John LandsietI 
140-39 Oak Av., Flushing. and P^ral 
Landsiedel 55-03 31st Av., Woodsif 
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MOLLOY. PATRICK (April 3). Estate, $| 
000 real, $2,000 personal. To Society 
the Propagation of the Faith. $H 
residue to children, Margaret Tartaglioi 
25-59 37th St.. Astoria and Marl 
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37th St.. Astoria. Margaret Tartaglio^ 
executrix. 

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(March 13). Estate 

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grandson, William G. 

set in gold. The daughter, Charles 

Sloane and Jack Friedman, executors 
WHEATLEY, MARY DE VINE. Baldv 

(April 6). Estate .$2.100. To son, Ra 

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PERSONAL CASH ACCOUNT 

POPULATION OF CITIES 

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STATES AND THEIR CAPITALS 



State 

Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

Californui 

Colorado 

Connecticut... . 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

(liinoia 

Indiana 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

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Michigan 

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Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

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North Dakota. . . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

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Rhodcisland. . . 
South Carolina. 
South Dakota.. . 

Tennessee 

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Washington 

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Wisconsin 

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1,854,482 

5,677,251 

1,035.791 

1,606,903 

238,380 

1,468,211 

2,908,506 

445.032 

7,630,654 

3,238.503 

2,470,939 

1,880.999 

2,614,589 

2,101.593 

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1,631,526 

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692,849 

2,616,556 

5,824,715 

507,847 

359,611 

2,421,851 

1,563,396 

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Pierre 

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Sept. 9,1850 
Aug. 1.1876 
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Dec. 7.1787 
Mar. 3,1 «45 
Jan. 2,1788 
July 3.1890 
Deo. 3,1818 
Dcc. 11,1816 
Dec. 2 8,1846 
Jan. 29.1861 
June 1,1792 
Apr. 30,1812 
Mar. 15, 1820 
Apr. 28.1788 
Feb. 6.1788 
Jan. 26.1837 
May 11 ,1358 
Dec. 10,1817 
Ausj. 10,1821 
Nov. 8,1889 
Mar. 1,1867 
Oct. 31,1864 
June 2 1,1 788 
Dec. 18,1787 
Jan. 6,1912 
July 26,1788 
Nov. 21, 1789 
Nov. 2,1889 
Feb. 19,1803 
Nov. 16. 1907 
l">b. 14.1859 
Dec. 12,1787 
May 29,^790 
May 2 3,1788 
Nov. 2,1889 
June 1,1796 
Dec. 29.1845 
Jan. 4.1896 
Mar. 4,1791 
June 26.1 788 
Nov. 11. 1889 
June! 0,1863 
May 29,1848 
July 11,1890 



CENSUS OF CITIES 
1930 U. S. Centus 



CITIES OVLR 33,000 



Akron. Ohio , 

Alatneda, Calif , 

Albany, New York , 

AiUntown. Pennsylvania. 

Altoona. Pa 

Amarillo. Texas 

Amsterdam, New York. . 

Anderson, Indiana 

Asheville. N. C 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Auburn, New York 

Augusta, Ga 

Aurora. Illinois 

Austin. Texas 

Baltimore. Md 

Battle Creek, Mich 

Bay City, Mich 

Bayonnc. N. J 

Beaumont. Texas 

Berkeley. Cal if 

Berwyn. Illinois 

Bethlehem. Pa 

Binghaniton, N. Y 

Birmingham. Ala 

Bloomheld. N. J 

Boston. Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Buffalo. N. Y 

Butte. Mont 

Cambridge, Mass 

Camden, N. J 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids. la 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, W. Va.. 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Chelsea, Mass 

ehester, Pa 

Chicago, 111... ., 
Chlcopee. Mass. 

Cicero. III 

»Cincinnati. Ohio. 



• • • • f • 



1910 



1920 



• ••• •• •• 



• • • • • • • I 



69,067 


208.435 


23,383 


28,806 


100,253 


113,344 


51,913 


73,502 


52,127 


60,331 


9,957 


15,494 


31,267 


33,524 


22.476 


29,767 


18,762 


28,504 


154.839 


200.616 


46.150 


50,707 


34.668 


36,192 


41.010 


52,548 


29,807 


36,397 


29.860 


34,876 


558.485 


733.826 


25.267 


36,164 


45.166 


47,554 


55.545 


76,754 


20.640 


40,422 


40.434 


56,036 


5,841 


14,150 


12,837 


50,358 


48,443 


66.800 


132.685 


178.806 


15.070 


22.019 


670,585 


748.060 


102.054 


143.555 


56.878 


66,254 


423.715 


506,775 


39.165 


41,611 


104.839 


109,694 


94,538 


116,309 


50.217 


87,091 


32,811 


45,566 


58,833 


67,957 


22.996 


39,608 


34.014 


46,338 


44,604 


57,895 


32.452 


43,184 


38.537 


58,030 


.185.283 


2,701,705 


25.401 


36,214 


14.557 


44,995 


363,591 


401,247 



1930 

255.04C 
35.033 
127,412 
92.563 
82,054 
43,132 
34,817 
39,804 
50.193 
2 70.366 
66,198 
36,652 
60.342 
46.589 
53.120 
804.874 
43.573 
47.355 
88.979 
57.732 
82.109 
47.027 
57.892 
76.662 
259.678 
38.077 
781.188 
146,716 
63.797 
573,076 
39.532 
113,643 
118,700 
104,906 
56,097 
62,265 
60,408 
82,675 
119,798 
45,816 
59.164 
1,376,438 
43.930 
66.602 
451,160 



CITIES OVER 33.000 



Cleveland, Ohio 

Cleveland Heightf. Ohio. . 

Clifton. N.J 

Colorado Springt, Colo. . . . 

Columbia, S. C 

ColumbuSi Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Council Bluffs, la 

Covington. Ky 

Cranston, R.I 

Cumberland.Md 

Dallas. Texai 

Danville, Illinois 

Davenport, la 

Dayton, Ohio 

Dearborn, Mich 

Decatur, Illinois 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moini-s. Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn. 

Durham. N . C 

East Chicago, Ind 

East Cleveland, Ohio 

Easton, Pa 

East Orange, N.J 

East St. Louis, Hl 

Elgin. Illinois 

Elizabeth, N.J 

Elmira, New York 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pa 

Evanston, Ili 

Evansville, Ind 

Everett, Mass 

Fall River, Mass 

Fitchburg, Mass.. 

Flint, Michigan 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, Calif 

Galveston, Texas 

Gary, I ndiana 

Glendale, Calif 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay. Wisconsin. . . 



1910 



560,663 
2,955 



29,078 
26,319 
20,554 

181,511 
29,292 
53.270 
21,107 
21.839 
92,104 
27,871 
43,028 

116,577 

911 

31,140 

213.381 
86.368 

465,766 
38,494 
78.466 
18.241 
19,098 
9.179 
28.523 
34,371 
58.547 

25,976 
73.409 
37,176 
39,279 
66.525 
24.978 
69.647 
33.484 

119.295 
37.826 
38.550 
63,933 
73.312 
24.892 
36.981 
16,802 
2.746 

112,571 
25,236 



1920 



1930 



CITIES OVER 33.000 



796,841 
15,236 
26.470 
30.105 
37.524 
31,125 

237.031 
36.162 
57,121 
29,407 
29.837 

158,976 
33,776 
56.727 

152,559 

2,470 

43.818 

256.491 

126.468 

993.678 
39.141 
98.917 
21.719 
35.967 
27.292 
33,813 
50.710 
66.767 
27.454 
95.783 
45.393 
77.560 
93,372 
37,234 
85.264 
40.120 

120.485 
41.029 
91.599 
86.549 

106.482 
45,086 
44.255 
55,378 
13,536 

137,634 
31,017 



900.42» 
50.945 
46,875 
33.237 
51,581 
43.131 

290.564 
42.04S 
65.252 
42.911 
37,747 

260.475 
36,765 
60,751 

200.982 
50.358 
57.510 

287.861 

142.559 

1,568,662 

41,679 

101,463 
52,037 
54,784 
39,667 
34,468 
68.020 
74.347 
35.929 

114.589 
47.397 

102,421 

115,967 
63.338 

102.249 
48.424 

115,274 
40.692 

156.492 

114.946 

163,447 
52,513 
52.938 

100,426 
62,736 

168.592 
37,415 



Green» boro, N. C 

Hamilton. Ohio 

Hammond. Ind 

Hamtramck. Mich 

Harrisburg. Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Haverhili. Mass 

Hazlctou. Pa 

Highland Park, Mich.. . 

High Point, N. C 

Hoboken, N.J 

Holyoke, Mass 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W. Va.. . . 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Irvington, N.J 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Jamestown, N. Y , 

Jersey City, N. J 

Johnstown. Pa 

Joliet. Ill 

Joplin. Missouri 

Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
Kansas City, Kansas. . 
Kansas City, Missouri. 
Kcarny. New Jersey.. . 
Kenosha. Wisconsin. , , 

Knoxville. Tenn 

La Crosse, Wisconsin. . 

Lakewood, Ohio 

Lancaster. Pa 

Lansing, Michigan. . . . 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lewiston, Maine 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima. Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebraska. . . . 

Little Rock, Ark. 

Long Beach. Calif.. . . . 

Lorain, Ohio 

Los Angeles, Calif.. . . . 

Louisville. Ky 

Lowell. Massachusetts. 

Lynchburg, Va 

Lynn, Mass ■ . . . 



1910 



15.895 

35,279 

20.925 

3.559 

64.186 

98.915 

44,115 

25,452 

4,120 

9,525 

70,324 

57.730 

78.800 

31,161 

233,650 

11.877 

31,433 

21,262 

57,699 

31,297 

267,779 

55,482 

34,670 

32,073 

39,437 

82,331 

248,381 

18,659 

21,371 

36,346 

30,417 

15,181 

47,227 

31,229 

85,892 

26,247 

35,099 

30,508 

43,973 

45,941 

17.809 

28.883 

319,198 

223,928 

106.294 

29.494 

89.336 



1920 



19.861 
39.675 
36.004 
48.615 
75.917 

138.036 
53,884 
32,277 
46.499 
14.302 
68.166 
60.203 

138,276 
50.177 

314.194 
25,480 
48,374 
22.817 
91.558 
38.917 

298,103 
67.327 
38.442 
29,902 
48.487 

101.177 

324.410 
26.724 
40.472 
77.818 
30.421 
41.732 
53,150 
57,327 
94,270 
31.791 
41.534 
41.326 
54,948 
65,142 
55.593 
37.295 

576.673 

234.891 

112.759 

30.070 

99.148 



1930 



53.56f 
52.176 
64.560 
56.268 
80.339 
164,072 
48.710 
36.765 
52.959 
36.745 
59.261 
56,537 
292,352 
75,572 
364,161 
56.733 
55.187 
48,282 
129.549 
45.155 
316.715 
66.993 
42.993 
33.454 
54.786 
121.857 
399.746 
40.716 
50.262 
105.802 
39.614 
70.509 
59.949 
78.397 
85.068 
34.948 
45.736 
42.287 
75,933 
81,679 
142,032 
44,512 
1,238.048 
307.745 
100.234 
40.661 
102,329 



CITIKS OVER 33,000 



Macon, Ga 

Madiaon, Wisconsin. . 

Maiden, Mass 

Manchester, N.H.. . . 

Manslield, Ohio 

McKcesport, Pa 

Medford, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn 

Menden, Conn 

Miami, Fla 

Müwaulcce, Wisc , 

Minneapoliü, Minn.. . . 

Mobile, Ala 

Montclair, N. J 

Montgomery, Ala 

Mount Vernon, N. Y... 

Muncie, Ind 

MuskeRcm, Mich 

Nashville, Tenn 

Newark, N. J 

New Bedford, Mass.. . . 

New Britain, Conn.. . . 

New Brunswick, N. J. . 

New Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans, La 

Newport News, Va.. . . 

New Rochelle, N. Y 

Newton, Mass 

New York City, N. Y... 

Niagara Falls, N. Y 

Norfolk, Va 

Norristown Pa 

Norwalk, Conn 

Norwood. Ohio 

Oakland, Cahf 

Oak Park, 111 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City. Okla.. . 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orange, N. J 

Oshkosh, Wisconsin. . . . 

Paducah. Ky 

Pasadena, Calil 

Passaic, N. J 

Paterson, N. J 

Pawtuckct, R. I 



1910 



1920 



• 



40,665 
25.5J1 
44,404 
70.06J 
20,768 
42,694 
23,150 
131,105 
27.265 
5,471 
373,857 
301.408 1 
51,521 
21,550 
38,136 
30.919 
24.005 
24,062 
110.364 
34 7.469 
96.652 
43,916 
23.388 
36.280 
133,605 
339,075 
20.205 
28,867 
39,806 
,766,883 
30.445 
67,452 
27,875 
6.954 
16,185 
150.174 
19,444 
25,580 
64.205 
124.096 
29.630 
33.062 
22.760 
30.291 
54,773 
125.600 
51,622 



52,995 
38,378 
49,103 
78,384 
27.824 
46,781 
39.038 
162.351 
29,867 
29.571 
457.147 
380,582f 
60.777 
28.810 
43.464 
42,726 
36,524 
36,570 
118,342 
414,524 
121,217 
59.316 
32.779 
44.938 
162.53/ 
387.219 
35.596 
36.213 
46,054 
,620.048 
50.760 
115,777 
32,319 
27,743 
24.966 
216,261 
39,858 
32,804 
91.295 
191,601 
33,268 
3J.162 
24,735 
45,354 
63,841 
135.875 
64.248 



1930 



CITIKS OVER 33.000 



53.829 
5 7,899 
58.036 
76.834 
33,525 
54,632 
59,714 
253,143 
38.481 
110,637 
578,249 
464.356 
68,202 
42,017 
66,079 
61,499 
46,548 
41.390 
153,866 
442,337 
112,597 
68.128 
34,555 
48,674 
162,655 
458,762 
34.417 
54 000 
65,2 76 
6,930,446 
75,460 
129.710 
35,853 
36,019 
33,4U 
284,063 
63.982 
40.272 
185.389 
214.006 
35,399 
40,108 
33.541 
76.086 
62.959 
138,513 
77,149 



Peoria, 111 

Perth Amboy, N. j.. , 

Philad.'li)hia,Pa 

Piiüonix , Arizona. . . . 

Pittsfield.Mass 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

PlainfiHd. N.J 

Pontiac, Michigan.. . 
Port Arthur. Texas . . 
Portland . Maine. . . . , 
Portland .Oregon. . . . 
Portsmouth.Ohio. .. 

Portsmouth, Va , 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Coio 

Ouincy,lll 

Oiiincy . Mass 

Racine. Wisc 

Kait-i^h, N. C 

Kcadin«, Pa 

Kevrn-, Mass 

kichniond. Va 



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Roanokc, Va. 

Rocliester, N. Y 

Rockford, III 

Rock I.sland, III 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph. Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

St. Paul, Minn 

St. Petersburg, Fla 

Salem, M aas 

Salt Lake Cltv, Utah. .. 
San Antonio, Texas. . . . 
San H-rnardino, Calif.. , 

San Diogo Calif 

San Kraucisco, Calif.. . . 

San Jose, Calif 

Santa Barbara, Calif.. . . 
»anta Monica, Calif.. . . 

Savannah, Ga 

Schenectady, New York. 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Sheboygan, Wisc. 



1910 



66,950 
32,121 
1,549,008 
11,134 
32,121 
533,905 
20,550 
14,532 
7,663 
58.571 
207,214 
23,481 
33,190 
27 936 
224.326 
41,747 
36,587 
32.642 
38,002 
19,218 
96,071 
18.219 
127.628 
34.874 
218.149 
45.401 
24.335 
44.696 
50.510 
77.403 
687.029 
214.744 
4.127 
43,697 
92,777 
96,614 
12,779 
39,578 
416,912 
28.946 
11.659 
7,847 
65,064 
72.826 
129.867 
237.194 

„ . -- , 26.398 

Shreveport, La ( 28.015 I 



1920 



76.121 
41.707 
1.823,779 
29.053 
41,763 
588.343 
27,700 
34,273 
22.251 
69.272 
258,288 
33,011 
54,387 
35,000 
237,595 
43.050 
35,978 
47.876 
58.593 
24.418 
107.784 
28,823 
171.667 
50.842 
295,750 
65.651 
35,177 
65.908 
61.90.1 
77.939 
772.897 
234,698 
14.237 
42.529 
118.110 
161.379 
18.721 
74.361 
506.676 
39.642 
19,441 
15.252 
83.252 
88,723 
137.783 
315.312 
30.955 
43.874 



1930 

104.969 
43.516 
1,950,961 
48,118 
49.677 
669,817 
34,422 
64,928 
50.902 
70,810 
310.815 
42.560 
45.704 
40,288 
252,981 
50.096 
39,241 
71,983 
67.542 
37,379 
111,171 
35,680 
182.929 
69,206 
328.132 
85,864 
37,953 
93,750 
80,715 
80.935 
821,960 
271,606 
40.425 
43,353 
140,267 
231,542 
37,481 
147,995 
634,394 
57,651 
33,613 
37,146 
.<«5.024 
95,692 
143,433 
365,583 
39,251 
76,655 



CITIES OVER 33.000 



Sioux City .Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S D 

Somerville, Mass 

South Bcnd, Ind , 

Spokane, Wash 

Sprini{iidd , lU , 

Spriiigtu-ld , Mass 

Springfield .Missouri 

SpritiKtield, Ohio 

Stamford , Conn 

Steubenville, Ohio 

Stockton , Calif 

Superior , Wi« 

Syracuse. N Y 

Tacoina. Wash 

Tampa . Fla 

Taunton, Mass 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton , N . J 

Tulsa.Okla 

Union City, N. J 

Utica.N. Y 

Waco, Texas 

Walthum, Mass 

Warren, Ohio 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Waukegan, Hl 

W. Aliis, Wisc: , 

West New York. N. J 

Wheeling, West Va 

White Plains,N.Y 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkes-Barre,Pa 

Williatnsport, Pa 

Wilmington, Dela , 

Winston-Salem , N. C 

Woonsocket, R . I 

Worcester, Mass 
Yonkers, New York. . 

York, Pa 

YounRstown, Ohio 

Zanesville, Ohio 



• • • • • I 



IVIO 



47.828 
14,094 
77,236 
5>1,684 
104.402 
51,678 
88.926 
35.201 
46.921 
25.138 
22,.<91 
23.253 
40.J84 
137.249 
8J.743 
37,782 
34.259 
58.157 
168,497 
43,684 
96.815 
76,813 
18,182 



74,419 
26,425 
2 7,834 
11,081 

331,069 
73,141 
26.693 
16.069 
6.645 
13,560 
41,641 
15.949 
52.450 
8,200 
67,105 
31,860 
87,411 
22,700 
38,125 

145,986 
79,803 
44,750 
79.066 
28,026 



1920 



71,227 
25,202 
93,091 
70,983 

104,437 
59,183 

129.614 
39,631 
60,840 
35.096 
28,508 
40,296 
39,671 

171,717 
96,965 
51,608 
37,137 
66,083 

243.164 
50.022 

119.289 
71,996 
72,075 



94,156 
38,500 
30.915 
2 7,050 

437,571 
91,715 
36,230 
19,226 
13.745 
29.926 
56.208 
21.031 
72,217 
40,079 
73,833 
36.198 

110,168 
48,395 
43.496 

179,754 

100,176 
47,512 

132.358 
29,569 



1930 



79,183 

33,362 

103,908 

104,193 

115,514 

71,864 

149,900 

57,527 

68,743 

46,346 

35,422 

47.963 

36,113 

209.326 

106,817 

101,161 

37,355 

62,810 

290,718 

64,120 

123,356 

72,763 

141,258 
58,659 

101.740 
52,848 
39,247 
41,062 

486,869 
99,902 
46,191 
33.499 
34,671 
37,107 
61,659 
35,830 

111,110 
43,690 
86,626 
45,729 

106,597 
75,274 
49,376 

195,311 

134,646 
55,254 

170,002 
36,4'.0 



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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



TROY WEICHT 

24 Rrains 1 pwt. 12 ouncea. ... 1 pound 

20 pwts 1 ounce 

TJeed for weighing gold, silver and jewels. 

APOTHECARIES WEICHT 

20 ßrains 1 scruple 8 draras 1 ounce 

3 acTuples .... 1 dram 12 ounces.. . . 1 pound 
The ounco and pound in this are the same 

OB in Troy Weight. 

AVOIRDUPOIS WEICHT 

27'l,^grain8. . . 1 dram 4 quarters 1 cwt. 

16 drams .... 1 ounco 2,000 Ibs. . 1 short ton 

16 ounces 1 pound 2^40 Ibs. . . 1 long ton 

25 pounds. . 1 quarter 

DRY MEASURE 

2 pints 1 quart 4 pecks 1 bushel 

8 quarts 1 peck 36 busheis, 1 chuidron 

LIQUID MEASURE 

4 gills 1 pint 3 1 H gallons. . 1 barrcl 

2 pints 1 quart 2 barreis . . 1 hogshead 

4 quarts 1 galion 

LONG MEASURE 
12 inchcs 1 foot 40 rods 1 furlong 

3 feet 1 yard 8 furlongs, 1 sta. mile 

5><i yarda 1 rod 3 iniles 1 league 



CLOTII MEASURE 

2}i incheo 1 nail 4 quarters.. . 

4 nails 1 quarter 

SQUARE MEASURE 

144sq.inche8, Isq.ft. 40 sq. rods.. 

9 sq. ft 1 sq. yard 4 roods 

30>^ sq. yds. , 1 sq. rod 640 acres . . 1 



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. . 1 rood 
. .1 acre 
sq. mile 



SURVEYOR'S MEASURE 
7.92 i nches - 1 link 4 rods «^ 1 chain 

25UnkH = l rod 

10 Square chaina or ITO sq. rod3= 1 acre 
610 acre8= 1 Square mile 
86 sq. miles 6 miles sq.==l township 

CUBIC MEASURE 
1.728 cubic inches = l cubic foot 
128 cubic feet = l cord wood 
27 cu. ft. = 1 cu. yard. 40 cu. ft. = 1 ton ehpff. 
2.150.42 cubic inches->l Standard bushel 
2ti8.8 cubic inche8 = l Standard galion dry 
231 cubic incht'3 = l Standard Ballon liquid _ 

1 cubic foot = about four-fifths of a bushel 
1 Perch = A mass IG'i ft. long, 1 ft. high and lli ft. 
wido, containingr 24 i^ cubic feet. 

METRIC EQUIVALENTS Linear Measure 



lcentimeter= 0.3037 in. 
1 dccimoter = 3.937 in. 

= 0.328 feet. 
1 meter-39.37in.- 

1 0936 yards. 
1 dekameter = 1.9S84 ror?s. 
1 kilometer=0.G2137 mile. 

SQUARE 
1 sq. ccntinneter= 0.1550 

Square i nches. 
1 sq. decin*eter= 0.1076 

Square feet. 
1 sq. meter = 1.196 sq. yd. 
1 acre = 3.954 sq. rods. 
1 hecktar==2.47 acres. 
1 sq. Kilometer =0.386 

sq. m. 



1 in.=2.54centimetera 
1 foot -3.048 deci- 

meter. 
1 yard = 0.9144 

metor. 
1 rod = 0.5Ö29deka. 
1 mile-1.6UÖ3kilo. 

MEASURE 

1 sq. inch = 0.452 sq. 

centimeters. 
Isq. ft. = 9.2903 

8q. decimeters. 
1 sq. yd. = 0.h3til sq. mr. 
1 sq. rod = 0.252 9 acre. 
1 acre = 0.4047 hektar. 
1 sq. meter=2.59 sq. 

Kilometers. 



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WEIGHTS 
1 srram = 0.03527 ounco. 1 ounce =28,35 prrams. 

1 kiloßram = 2.204()22 Ibs. 1 Ib. =0.4536 kilogrram. 
1 mntric ton = 0.9S42 1 EnRÜsh ton = 1.0160 

English ton. znetric ton. 

APPROXIMATE METRIC EQUIVALENTS 
1 decimeter = 4 inches 
1 meter=l.l yards. 
1 kilometcr= !^ of mile 
1 hektare = 25i acres 
1 stere. or cu.*meter- 

^4 of a cord 



1 i.-f.«« M.06 qt. liquid 
lliter- Jo.9qt. dry 

1 hektoliter=2.8bu. 
1 kilogram = 2.2lbs. 
1 metric ton = 2,200 Ibs. 



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34 


35 


36 


»7 


27 


28 


.... 


• > > • 


.... 




.■ . . . 


38 


29 


30 


31 








MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

4 
11 


S 

5 

13 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 
3 
9 


8 


. 


"7 


1 
8 


3 
9 


3 

10 








1 
8 


3 


6 


4 


5 


« 


7 


10 


13 


14 


IS 


16 


17 


18 


19 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


20 


21 


22 


33 


24 


25 


26 


18 


19 


20 


31 


33 


33 


34 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




.... 


35 


26 


37 


38 


39 


30 




APRIL 


OCTOBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 












1 

8 


3 
9 










1 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


3 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


9 


10 


11 


13 


13 


14 


15 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


33 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 


31 


23 


24 


35 


36 


27 


38 


29 


30 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


• • ■ . 


• * • . 






.... 


.... 




30 


31 


* . . . 










MAY 


NOVEMBER 


8 


M 

2 
9 


T 

3 

10 


W 


T 


F 

6 
13 


8 

7 
14 


8 


M 


T 


W 

3 
9 


T 

3 

10 


F 

4 

11 


8 


1 


4 
11 


5 
12 




1 

8 


5 


8 


6 


7 


13 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


31 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


33 


23 


24 


35 


26 


27 


28 


30 


31 


33 


33 


34 


35 


26 


39 


30 


31 










27 


38 


39 


30 


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JUNE 


DECEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


ä 


8 


M 


T 


W 


T 
1 
8 


F 

2 
9 


8 








1 
8 


3 

9 


3 
10 


4 
11 


3 


5 


6 


7 


4 


5 


6 


7 


10 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


tl 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


19 


20 


21 


32 


23 


34 


35 


18 


19 


30 


31 


33 


23 


24 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


. 


. 


2S 


36 


37 


38 


39 


30 


31 



CALENDAR 1940 



JANUARY 


JULY 


8 


U 


T 


W 


T 


F 


8 
6 


8 


M 

1 


T 
3 


W 
3 


T 
4 


F 
5 


.8 


.... 






3 


4 


S 


6 


7 






10 


11 


13 


13 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 


31 


33 


33 


34 


2S 


36 


37 


31 


32 


33 


24 


35 


36 


27 


38 


39 


30 


31 

•4- 


. . . . 


. . . . 


. • • « 


38 


29 


30 


31 








. . . . 


. . ;. 


.... 




.... 




FEBRÜARY 


AUGUST 


8 


M 


T 


w 


T 


F 


8 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 










1 

8 


3 
9 


3 

10 






1 

R 


3 
9 


3 

10 


4. 


S 


6 


7 


4 


5 


6 


7 


U 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 


31 


22 


33 


34 


18 


19 


20 


21 


33 


33 


34 


25 


36 


37 


38 


29 







25 


26 


27 


28 


39 


30 


31 


MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


8 
3 
9 


8 

1 
8 


M 

2 
9 


T 

3 

10 


W 


T 


F 


S 


, 










1 


4 
11 


S 
13 


6 
13 


7 
14 


3 


4 


S 


6 


7 


8 


10 


11 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


31 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


33 


33 


33 


33 


34 


3S 


36 


37 


38 


24 
31 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


30 


39 


30 






















APRIL 


OCTOBER 


8 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


8 

6 
13 


S 


M 


T 
1 
8 


WJ 


T 


F 

4 
11 


S 


"7 


1 
8 


3 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 


S 

13 


2 
9 


3 

10 


s 


6 


7 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


31 


33 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


20 


31 


33 


23 


34 


35 


36 


38 


39 


30 


. . 




. < • . 


> ■ . • 


27 


38 


39 


30 


31 






MAY 


NOVEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


8 

4 
11 


8 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

1 
• 8 


S 

3 
9 








1 
8 


3 
9 


3 

10 


s 


6 


r 


3 


"4' 


5 


6 


'7 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


10 


11 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


19 


30 


31 


33 


33 


34 


35 


17 


18 


19 


20 


31 


32 


23 


26 


37 


38 


39 


30 


31 


.... 


24 


35 


26 


27 


38 


29 


30 


JUNE 


DECEMBER 


8 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


8 


S 
1 


M 

3 
9 


T 

3 

10 


W 

4 
11 


T 

5 
12 


F 

6 
13 


S 

7 
14 














1 


3 


3 


4 


S 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


31 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


23 


33 

30 


34 


35 


36 


27 


28 


29 


29 


30 


31 














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JANUARY 


JULY 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 

"7 
14 
21 
28 


M 

1 
8 

15 
33 
39 


T 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


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13 

19 
36 


8 

6 

13 

20 
27 




7 
14 

n 

38 




1 

8 

IS 

33 

29 


3 

9 

16 

33 

30 


3 
10 
17 
34 
31 


4 
11 
18 
35 


S 

13 
19 
26 


6 
13 

30 
37 


3 

10 
17 
34 
31 


4 
11 
18 
25 




. •'. . 


. . .' . 




.... 




■ • • ( 




FEBRUARY 


AUGUST 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 


8 




"4' 
11 
18 
35 


'5' 
13 
19 
36 


13 

30 
37 


"7 
14 
31 
38 


1 
8 

15 
33 
39 


2 

9 

16 

33 


3 
10 
17 
34 


"4 
11 
18 
25 


"5' 
13 
19 
36 


"6 
13 
20 
27 


.... 

14 
31 
38 


1 

8 

15 

33 

39 


3 

9 
16 
33 
30 


3 

10 
17 
24 
31 




MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 






S 


U 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 

1 

8 
15 
33 
29 

1 , ■ ' 11- 1 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 




'■3' 
10 
17 
34 
31 


"4 
11 
18 
25 


■'s' 

13 
19 
36 


6 
13 

30 
37 


.... 

14 
31 
38 


15 
33 
20 


3 
9 

16 
33 
30 


3 

9 

16 

23 

30 


3 
10 
17 
24 


4 
11 
18 
35 


S 

13 
19 
26 


6 
13 

30 

37 


7 
14 
31 
38 
















APRIL 


OCTOBER 1 




S 

"'7" 
14 
31 
38 


M 

1 

8 

15 

33 

39 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 

6 
13 

30 
27 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


r 

4 
11 

18 
35 


8 

5 
13 
19 
36 




3 
9 

16 
33 
30 


3 

10 
17 
34 


4 
11 
18 
35 


S 

12 
19 
36 




15 
32 
39 


3 
9 

l^ 

30 


3 

10 
17 
34 
31 




6 
13 

20 
27 


7 

14 
31 
28 






MAY 


NOVEMBER / 




S 


M 


T 


W 

1 

8 

15 

33 

39 


T 
3 
9 
16 
33 
30 


F 
3 

10 
17 
34 
31 


S 

4 
11 
18 
25 


"5" 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

15 
33 

39 


S 
2 
9 
16 
33 
30 
















s 

13 
19 
36 


6 
13 
30 
37 


7 
14 
31 

38 


3 

10 
17 
34 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 

13 
19 
36 


6 
13 

30 
37 


7 
14 
31 
38 




JUNE 


DECEMBER 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


8 

1 

8 

15 

33 

39 


M 

3 

9 

16 

23 

30 


T 

3 
10 
17 
34 
31 


W 
4 
11 
18 
35 


T 
5 
13 
19 
36 


F 

6 
13 

30 
37 


S 
7 
14 
31 
38 














1 

8 

15 

22 

39 




3 

9 

16 

33 

30 


3 
10 
17 
24 


4 
11 
18 
35 


5 

13 
19 
36 


6 
13 
30 
37 


7 
14 
31 
28 




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DiarY 

for 

1940 



With 

WORLD MAPS 

PERSONAL CASH ACCOUNT 

POPULATION OF CITIES 

and 
Other Valuable Informatioo 






Publlshed Annually 



THE PÜLLMAN COMPANY— Passenger's 

Check. To identily accommodations purchased. 



MIAMI to NEW YORK. II.Y. 




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IDENTIFICATION 

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In Cu« of Aocident or Seriou» Illnesa, PleaM 
Notify bjr Telefraph or Tslephone >*• • • 

PERSONAL 



Soc. See. No. 



Size of Hat. . .^/ .'.?-. . .CoUar 

Size of Shirt Sleeve Length. . . . 

Size of Gloves. .7. Shoes. . 1. .It. .^. 

Make of Watoh.... 



/No. of 
\no. of 



No. of Gase 

Works 

My Height ie ft. 

My AvMage Wtight ii. ,/-?; ?. , 



in. 



AUTOMOBILE DESCRIPTION 

Make 

Body Type 

Engine No Serial No 

Title No Weight 

H. P Year 



Licenee No State . . 

My Driver's Licenso No. is 

Name of Insurance Co. or Agency: 



Individual Markings, 



Special Equipment , 



STATES AND THEiR CAPITALS 



State 



Censug 

19J0 



Capital 



Admitted 
to Union 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California. . . . , 

Colorado , 

Connecticut. .. . 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

I ndiana 

I owa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi, ... 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey . ... 

New Mexico. . . 

New York 

North Carolina.. 
North Dakota. . . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

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

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West \ irginia. . . 

Wisconsin 

Wyomini» 



2.646,248 
43S.57J 
1.854,482 
5.677,251 
1,035.791 
1,606.903 
238.380 
1.468.211 
2.908,506 
445.032 
7,630.654 
3,238.503 
2,470.939 
1,880.999 
2.614,589 
2,101.593 
797,423 
1.631,526 
4,249.614 
4,842,325 
2,563,953 
2.009,821 
.3,629.367 
537.606 
1,377,963 
91,058 
465.293 
4,041,334 
423,317 
12,588,066 
3.170,276 
680,845 
6,646,697 
2.396.040 
953,786 
9,631.350 
687,497 
1.738,765 
692,849 
2.616.556 
5.824.715 
507.847 
359.611 
2,421.851 
1.563.396 
1.729.205 
2,939,006 
225.565 



Montgomery 

Phoenix 

Little Rock 

Sacramciito 

Denver 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallahassce 

Atlanta 

Boise 

Springfield 

Indianapolis 

DesMoines 

Topcka 

Frankfort 

Baton Rouge 

Augusta 

Annapolis 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

Jeffcrson City 

Helena 

Lincoln 

Carson City 

Concord 

Trenton 

Santa Fe 

Albany 

Ralcigh 

Bismarck 

Columbus 

Oklahoma City 

Salem 

Ilarrisburg 

Providence 

Columbia 

Pierre 

Nashville 

Austin 

Sali Lake City 

Montpelier 

Richmond 

Olympia 

Charleston 

Madison 

Cheyenne 



Dec. 14,1819 
Feb. 14.1912 
June 15.1836 
Sept. 9,1850 
Aug. 1,1876 
Jan. 9.1788 
Dec. 7,1787 
Mar. 3,1845 
Jan. 2,1788 
July 3.1890 
Dec. 3,1818 
Dec. 11.1816 
Dec. 28.1846 
Jan. 2 9.1861 
June 1,1792 
Apr. 30,1812 
Mar. 15. 1820 
Apr. 28.1788 
Feb. 6.1788 
Jan. 26.1837 
May 11.1858 
Dec. 10.1817 
Aug. 10.1821 
Nov. 8.1889 
Mar. 1,1867 
Oct. 31.1864 
June 2 1,1 788 
Dec. 18,1787 
Jan. 6,1912 
July 26,1788 
Nov. 21, 1789 
Nov. 2,1889 
Feb. 19.1803 
Nov. 16, 1907 
Feb. 14,1859 
Dec. 12,1787 
May 2 9,1790 
May 2 3,1 788 
Nov. 2,1889 
June 1.1796 
Dec. 29,1845 
Jan. 4,1896 
Mar. 4,1791 
June 2 6, 1788 
Nov.l 1.1889 
JuncI 0.1863 
May 29,1848 
July 11.1890 



CENSUS OF CITIES 
1930 U. S. Census 



crriE:s ovkk 33,000 



Akron. Ohio 

Alameda. Calif 

Albany. New York 

AUentown, Pennsylvania. . 

Aitoona. Pa 

Amarillo. Texas 

Amsterdam, New York. . . 

Anderson, Indiana 

Asheville, N. C 

Atlanta. Georgia 

Atlantic City, N. J , 

Auburn. New York 

Aogusta, Ga , 

Aurora. Illinois 

Austin. Texas 

Baltimore. Md 

BattleCreek, Mich 

Bay City, Mich 

Bayonne. N. J 

Beaumont. Texas 

Berkeley. Calif 

Berwyn. Illinois 

Bethlehem. Pa 

Binghamton, N. Y 

BirminKham. Ala 

Bloomrteld. N. J 

Boston. Mass 

Bridgeport. Conn 

Brockton. Mass 

Buffalo. N. Y 

Butte. Mont 

Cambridge. Mass 

Camdcn. N. J 

Canton. Ohio 

Cedar Rapids. la 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston. W. Va 

Cliarlotte. N.C 

Chattanoosa. Tenn 

Chelsea. Mass 

ehester. Pa 

Chicago. 111 

Chlcopee. Mass 

Cicero. 111.. . 
Ciocinnati, Ohio. 



1910 



I • • • ■ I 



69.067 
23.383 
100.253 
51,913 
52.127 
9.957 
31.267 
22.476 
18.762 
154.839 
46.150 
34.668 
41,0'10 
29,807 
29.860 
558.485 
25.267 
45.166 
55.545 
20.640 
40.434 
5.841 
12.837 
48.443 
132.685 
15.070 
670,585 
102.054 
56,878 
423.715 
39,165 
104.839 
94,538 
50.217 
32.811 
58.833 
22.996 
34.014 
44.604 
32,452 
38,537 
2.185.283 
25.401 
14.557 
363.591 



1920 



1930 



208.435 


255.040 


28,806 


35.033 


113.344 


127.412 


73.502 


92.563 


60.331 


82.054 


15.494 


43,132 


33,524 


34.817 


29.767 


3f.804 


28.504 


50 193 


200.616 


270.366 


50.707 


66.198 


36.192 


36.652 


52.548 


60.342 


36,397 


46.589 


34.876 


53.120 


733.826 


804.874 


36.164 


43.573 


47.554 


47.355 


76.754 


88.979 


40.422 


57.732 


56.036 


82.109 


14.150 


47,027 


50.358 


57.892 


66.800 


76.662 


178.806 


259.678 


22.019 


38.077 


748.060 


781,188 


143.555 


146,716 


66.254 


63,797 


506.775 


573.076 


41.611 


39.532 


109.694 


113.643 


116.309 


118.700 


87.091 


104.906 


45.566 


56.097 


67.957 


62.265 


39.608 


60.408 


46.338 


82.675 


57.895 


119,798 


43.184 


45.816 


58.030 


59.164 


.701.705 


3.376.438 


36.214 


43.930 


44.995 


66.602 


401.247 


451,160 



CITIIS OVER 33.000 



Cleveland. Ohio 

Cleveland Heighti, Ohio. . . 

Clifton. N.J 

Colorado Springt, Colo 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Council BIufT«, la 

Covington, Ky 

Craniton, R.I 

Cumberland, Md 

Dalla«. Texas 

Danville, lillnoit 

Davenport, la 

Dayton, Ohio 

Dearborn, M ich 

Decatur. Illinoia 

Denver, Colo 

Dei Moinei, Iowa 

Detroit. Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

Durham, N. C 

Eaat Chicago. Ind 

Eaat Cleveland, Ohio 

Easton. Pa 

Eaat Orange. N.J 

Eaat St. Louis. 111 

Elgin, Illinois 

Elizabeth, N.J 

Elmira, New York 

El Paso, Texas 

Brie, Pa 

Evanaton. Ill 

Evansville, Ind 

Everett, Mass 

Fall River, Mau 

Fitchburg, Mau 

Flint. Michigan 

Fort Wayne, I nd 

Fort Worth, Texas , 

Fresno, Calif ■ 

Galveston, Texas 

Gary, I ndiana 

Glendale, Calif 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay. Wtsconaia 



1910 



560,663 
2.955 

2'9i678 
26.319 
20.554 
181.511 
29,292 
53.270 
21,107 
21,839 
92,104 
27,871 
43,028 

116,577 

911 

31.140 

213,381 
86,368 

465,766 
38.494 
78,466 
18,241 
19.098 
9,179 
28.523 
34.371 
58,547 
25.976 
73.409 
37.176 
39.279 
66.525 
24.978 
69,647 
33.484 

119.295 
37.826 
38.550 
63.933 
73.312 
24,892 
36.981 
16.802 
2.746 

112,371 
25,236 



1920 



796,841 
15,236 
26.470 
30,105 
37,524 
31,125 
237.031 
36.162 
57.121 
29.407 
29.837 
158.976 
33.776 
56,727 

152,559 

2,470 

43,818 

256,491 

126.468 

993.678 
39.141 
98.917 
21.719 
35,967 
27,292 
33,813 
50.710 
66,767 
27,454 
95,783 
45,393 
77,560 
93,372 
37,234 
85,264 
40.120 

120.485 
41,029 
91,599 
86,549 

106.482 
45,086 
44,255 
55.378 
13,536 

137,634 
31.017 



1930 



900.429 
50,945 
46,875 
33.237 
51.581 
43.131 
290,564 
42,048 
65,252 
42,911 
37,747 

260,475 
36,765 
60,751 

200,98t 
50,358 
57.510 

287,861 

142,559 

1,568,662 

41,679 

101,463 
52.037 
54,784 
39.667 
34.468 
68,020 
74.347 
35.929 

114.589 
47.397 

102,421 

115,967 
63,338 

102,249 
48,424 

115,27' 
40,692 

156.492 

114.946 

163,447 
52,513 
52,931 

100,42d 
62,736 

161,592 
37,41S 



CITIES OVER 33,000 

Greensboro. N. C 

Hamilton. Ohio 

Hammond. Ind 

Hamtramclc, Mich 

Harrisburg. Pa 

Hartford. Conn 

Haverhili, Mas« 

Hazleton, Pa 

Highland Parle. Mich 

High Point, N. C 

Hoboken. N.J 

Holyoke. Mass 

Houston. Texas 

Huntington. W. Va 

Indianapolis. Ind 

Irvington, N.J 

Jackson, M ich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Jamestown. N. Y 

Jersey City, N.J 

Johnstown, Pa 

yoliet, 111 

Joplin, Missouri 

Kalamazoo. Michigan. . . . 

Kansas City, Kansas 

Kansas City, Missouri. .. . 

Kearny. New Jersey 

Kenosha. Wisconsin 

Knoxville. Tenn 

La Crosse. Wisconsin 

Lakewood. Ohio 

Lancaster. Pa 

Lansing, Michigan 

Lawrence. Mass 

Lewiston. Maine 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima. Ohio 

Lincoln. Nebraska 

Little Rock. Ark 

Long Beach. Calif 

Lorain, Ohio 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Louisville. Ky 

Lowell, Massachusetts. .. . 

Lynchburg. Va 

Lyon. Mass 



1910 



1920 



15,895 


19,861 


53.569 


35,279 


39,675 


32.176 


20,925 


36,004 


64.560 


3,559 


48.615 


56.268 


64. 1 86 


75.917 


80.339 


98.915 


138.036 


164.072 


44.115 


53,884 


48.710 


25.452 


32,277 


36.765 


4.120 


46,499 


52.959 


9,525 


14,302 


36.745 


70,324 


68,166 


59,261 


57.730 


60,203 


56.537 


78.800 


138.276 


292,352 


31,161 


50,177 


75,572 


233.650 


314,194 


364,161 


11,877 


25,480 


56.733 


31,433 


48.374 


55,187 


21,262 


22.817 


48.282 


57,699 


91.558 


129.549 


31,297 


38,917 


45.155 


267,779 


298,103 


316,715 


55,482 


67,327 


66,993 


34,670 


38,442 


42,993 


32.073 


29,902 


33,454 


39.437 


48,487 


54.786 


82.331 


101.177 


121,857 


248,381 


324.410 


399.746 


18,659 


26.724 


40,716 


21,371 


40,472 


50.262 


36,346 


77,818 


105.802 


30,417 


30,421 


39.614 


15,181 


41.732 


70,509 


47,227 


53.150 


59.949 


31,229 


57.327 


78.397 


85,892 


94.270 


85.068 


26.247 


31.791 


34.948 


35.099 


41.534 


45.736 


30.508 


41.326 


42,287 


43.973 


54,948 


75,933 


45.941 


65.142 


81.679 


17.809 


55.593 


142.032 


28.883 


37,295 


44.512 


319.198 


576,673 


1.238.048 


223,928 


234.891 


307.745 


106,294 


112.759 


100.234 


29,494 


30.070 


40.661 


89,336 


99.141 


102,330 



1930 



CITIKS ÜVER 33,000 



Macon. Ga 

Madison. Wisconsin 

Maiden, Mass 

Manchester, N .H 

Mansfield, Ohio 

McKeesport, Pa 

Medford, Mass 

Memphis. Tenn 

Meriden. Conn 

Miami. Fla. 

Milwaukee, Wlsc 

Minneapoiis, Minn 

Mobile. Ala 

Montclair, N.J 

Montgomery, Ala 

Mount Vernon, N. Y 

Miincic, Ind 

M uskegon, M ich 

Nashville, fenn 

Ncwark. N.J 

New üedford, Mass 

New Britain. Conn 

New Brunswick, N.J 

New Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans. La 

Newport News, Va 

New Rochelle, N.Y 

Newton, Mass 

New York City, N.Y 

Niagara Kalls, N. Y 

Norfolk. Va 

Norristown Pa 

Norwalk, Conn 

Norwood. Ohio 

Oakland. Calif 

Oak Park. 111 

Ogden. Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Omaha, Nebraska 

Orange. N.J 

Oahkosh, Wisconsin 

Paducah. Ky , 

Pasadena, CaUf 

Passaic. N.J 

Patcrson, N. J 

Pawtucket, R. I , 



1910 



1920 



40.665 


52.995 


53.829 


25,531 


38.378 


57.899 


44.404 


19.103 


58.036 


70,063 


78.384 


76.834 


20.768 


27,824 


33.525 


42,694 


46.781 


54.632 


23.150 


39,038 


59,714 


131,105 


162,351 


253,143 


27,265 


29.867 


38,481 


5,471 


29.571 


110.637 


373.857 


457.147 


578,249 


301.408 


380,582 


464,356 


51,521 


60,777 


68,202 


21.550 


28.810 


42,017 


38.136 


43.464 


66,079 


30,919 


42.726 


61.499 


24,005 


36.524 


46.548 


24.062 


36.570 


41.390 


110,.^64 


118,342 


153.866 


347.469 


414,524 


442.337 


96.652 


121.217 


, 112,597 


43.916 


59.316 


68,128 


23,388 


32.779 


34,555 


36.280 


44.938 


48,674 


133,605 


162.537 


162,655 


339.075 


387.219 


458.762 


20,205 


35.596 


34.417 


28,867 


36.213 


54.000 


39,806 


46,054 


65.276 


4,766.883 


5.620.048 


6,930,446 


30,445 


50,760 


75,460 


67.452 


115.777 


129,710 


27.875 


32.319 


35.853 


6.954 


27.743 


36.019 


16.185 


24.966 


33.411 


150,174 


216.261 


284,063 


19.444 


39.858 


63,982 


25,580 


32,804 


40,272 


64,205 


91,295 


185.389 


124,096 


191,601 


214.006 


29.630 


33.268 


35.399 


33,062 


33.162 


40.108 


22,760 


24.735 


33.541 


30,291 


45,354 


76.086 


54.773 


63.841 


62.959 


125,600 


135,875 


138,513 


51.622 


64,248 


77,149 



1930 



CITIKS OVER 33.M 

Peorla. Ill 

Perth Amboy, N.J 

Philadelphia. Pa 

Phoenix , Arizona 

Pittifield,MaM 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Plainhrld, N.J 

Pontiac. M ichicao 

Port Arthur, Texas.. ... 

Portland, Maine 

Portiao d , Orcf nn 

Portsmouth.Ohio 

Portsmoutb, Va 

Poughkeepiie, N.Y 

Providencf, R. I 

Pueblo. Coio 

Ouincy.Ill 

Quincy.MiM 

Racine, Witc 

Raieigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Revere, MaM 

Rlchmond, Va 

Roanoko, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford, III 

Rock Island, 111 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louii. Mo 

St. Paul. Minn , 

St. Petersburg, Fla 

Salem. Mass. 

Salt Lake Citv, Utah. .. 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bernardino, Calif.. ., 

San Diego, Calif 

San l'rancisco. Calif 

San Joie, Calif 

Santa Barbara, Calif 

Santa Monica, Calif 

Savannah, Ca 

Schenectady, New York. , 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Sheboygan. Wlsc 

Shreveport. La 



1910 



1920 





6«,9S# 

32,121 

1.549.008 

11,134 

32,121 

533,905 

20,550 

14,532 

7,663 

58.571 

207,214 
2 3.481 
33.190 
27 936 

224.326 
41.747 
36,587 
32,642 
38,002 
19.218 
96.071 
18.219 

127.628 
34,874 

218.149 
45.401 
24.335 
41.696 
50.510 
77.403 

687.029 

214.744 
4.127 
43.697 
92.777 
96.614 
12.779 
39.578 

416.912 
28.946 
11.659 
7.847 
65.064 
72.826 

129,867 

237,194 
26.398 
28.015 


7*.121 
4l.7»7 
1,823.779 
29.053 
41,763 

588,343 
27.700 
34,273 
22,251 
69.272 

258.288 
33.011 
54.387 
35.000 

237.595 
43.050 
35.978 
47.876 
58.593 
24.418 

107.784 
28.823 

171,667 
50,842 

295.750 
65.651 
35.177 
65.908 
61.903 
77,939 

772,897 

234,698 
14,237 
42.529 

118.110 

161.379 
18,721 
74.361 

506.676 
39.642 
19.441 
15,252 
83,252 
88.723 

137,783 

315,312 
30.955 
43,874 


l«4,Mf 




43,S1Ö 
1.950.941 

48.118 




49.677 




«69.817 




34.422 
64,928 




50.902 




70.810 




310.81S 




42.560 




45.704 




40,288 

252,981 

50,094 




39.241 




71.985 




67.542 




37,379 
111.171 




35,680 




182,929 




69,206 




328.132 
85.864 




37.953 




93.750 




80.715 




80,935 




821.960 




271.606 




40.425 




43,353 




140,267 

231,542 

37,481 

147,995 




634,394 
57,651 




33,613 
37,146 
85,024 




95,692 
143,435 




365.383 




39.251 




76,654 



19S0 



ein ES OVER 33.000 



Sloux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls S. D 

Sotnerville, Mass 

South Bend, Ind 

Spokane, VVash 

SprinKfiold 111 

Sprinufield Mass 

Springfield Mispourl.., 

Springfield, Ohio 

Stamford, Conn 

Steubenville, Ohio 

Stockton, Calif 

Superior Wis 

Syracuse, N . Y 

Tacoma, VVash 

Tampa, Fla 

Taunton, Mass 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas , 

Trenton, N. J , 

Troy. N Y 

Tulsa. Okla 

Union City, N. J 

Utica. N. Y 

Waco, Texas 

Waltham, Mass 

Warren, Ohio 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Waukcgan, 111 

W. Allis, Wisc: 

West New York, N.J... 
WheelinR, West Va . . . . 

White Plains, N. Y 

Wichita. Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa 

Williamsport, Pa 

WUniington, Dela 

Winston-Salem, N. 
Woonsocket. R. I.. . . 
Worcester. Mass . . . , 
Yonkers, New York. 

York, Pa 

Youngstown, Ohio. . . 
Zanesville, Ohio 



C. 



1910 



47,828 
14,094 
77,236 
53,684 
104,402 
51.678 
88.926 
35.201 
46.921 
25,138 
22.391 
23.253 
40.384 
137,249 
83,743 
37.782 
34.259 
58.157 
168.497 
43.684 
96,815 
76.813 
18,182 



74,419 
26.425 
27,834 
11.081 

331,069 
73.141 
26.693 
16.069 
6.645 
13,560 
41.641 
15.949 
52.450 
8.200 
67,105 
31,860 
87,411 
22.700 
38.125 

145.986 
79.803 
44.750 
79.066 
28,026 



1920 



71,227 
25,202 
93,091 
70.983 

104,437 
59.183 

129.614 
39.631 
60.840 
35,096] 
28,508 
40.296 
39,671 

171.717 
96,965 
51.608 
37.137 
66.083 

243.164 
50.022 

119,289 
71,996 
72,075 



94.156 
38,500 
30.915 
27.050 

437.571 
91,715 
36.230 
19.226 
13.745 
29,926 
56.208 
21.031 
72.217 
40.079 
73,833 
36,198 

110,168 
48,395 
43.496 

179,754 

100.176 
47.512 

132.358 
29.569 



1930 



79.183 
33.362 
103,908 
104.193 
115.514 
71,864 
149.900 
57.527 
68,743 
46,346 
35,422 
47.963 
36,113 
209,326 
106,817 
101,161 
37.355 
62.810 

290,718 

64.120 

123.356 

72.763 

141.258 
58.659 

101.740 
52.848 
39,247 
41,062 

486,869 
99,902 
46.191 
33,499 
34.671 
37.107 
61,659 
35,830 

111.110 
43.690 
86.626 
45,729 

106.597 
75.274 
49.376 

195.311 

134.646 
55.254 

170.002 
36,440 



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TROY WEICHT 

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APOTHECARIES WEICHT 

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3 scruples. ... 1 dram 12 ounce».. . .1 pound 

aainTrTweight.^"""' ^" ^'^» *^« *^« »»-« 
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LIQUID MEASURE 

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SQUARE MEASURJE 

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640 acnes -1 Square mile 

S6 sq. miles 6 miles »q, - 1 township 

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128 cubic feet-1 cord wood 

Tisnio^'K- ^"- ^u""^-, '*° ^"- ft--l ton shp». 

168.8 cubic inches -1 Btandard gallon drr 
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1 0936 yards. meter 

1 dekameter- 1 9S84 rods. 1 rod - 0.5029 deka. 

1 kiloineter-0.62127 mile. 1 mil6-1.6093 kilo. 

SQUARE MEASURE 
1 aq. centimeter-O.lGUO 1 sq. inch-6.452 sa. 

1 -^^^*'®'"f^^'\,/v,^ centimeters. 

lBq.decimeter-0.1076 1 sq ft =9 '^903 

1 «o^^"^!? ^^^Snz, ^ , sq. decimeters. 

1 H^ ir^-^^ f?' ^°'^^- 1 ß<l- rod -0.2529 acre. 

1 hecktar-2 47 acres. 1 acre-0.4047 hektar. 

1 sq. kilometer-0.386 1 sq. meter-2.59Bq 

«<J- ™- kilometers. 

WEIGHTS 
1 eram - 0.03527 ounce. 1 ounce - 28.35 jrrams. 

1 ^>loK'-«ni-2.204r.22 Ib.. 1 Ib. -0.4536 kiloffrara. 

1 metnc ton-0.9842 1 En^lish ton -1.0160 

ii^nghsh ton. metric ton. 

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lmeter-1.1 yards. llit.r- Jogqfdri? 

1 kilometer- H of mll« 1 hektob'ter-2 8 bu , 

1 hektare-2}< acres 1 kiloirram-2.21b8. 

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FEBRUARY 1940 



Sunday 4 



/■xi^^ ^^-^ ,fcc^'^ 



M(yiday 5 






esday 6 ^j^ 






Wednesday 7 






FEBRUAPwY 1940 



Thursday 8 



Friday 9 



JUAtfiAj^J^ ^^-^ 



Saturday 10 



Memoranda 



PEBRUARY 1940 



FEBRUARY 1940 



Sunday 11 



I L^^^^^ßy 



rsday 



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1 



^^^j^i^ 



Monday 12 

Lincoln's Birthday 



?l^i^if\j^ 



Tuesday 13 




Wednesday 14 



^t.*t-*/^ /Cw«^ 



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Saturday 17 (^Ju...,^ fijUJtf^ O) 



Memoranda 



y 



FEBRUARY 1940 



Sunday 18 



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Monday 19 



^.Cc.f '^-•^ 



FEBRUARY 1940 

Thursday 22 

Washing-ton's Blrthday 



Tuesday 20 



tY^,/i^,e^/^n 



Wednesday 21 



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Friday 28 



Saturday 24 



/U" 'lUiJ:^(^ii^''tJ' 



Memoranda 



FEBRUARY 1940 



Sunday 25 



Monday 26 



Tuesday 27 



FEBRUARY 1940 



Thursday 29 



Friday 1 MARCH 



ty,r 



Saturday 2 



Wednesday 28 



Memoranda 



MARCH 1940 



Sunday 3 



Monday 4 



Tuesday S 



MARCH 1940 



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Thursday 7 , :^ 
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Wednesday 6 



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Saturday 9 



Memoranda 



l u^'Uc «^wd^^v ^ A 



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MARCH 1940 



Sunday 10 



'hJ i/^y-'dJ l^'J^^^^ 



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Monday 11 ^»y 



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Tuesday 12.^.l/', ^'^^f, 

lo.H 'LM^ ' 

II. h> Z^/V'^-O^ 

Wednesday 13 



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/6 2^ .' %viMiJ^it A 



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Thursday 14 









Friday 16 



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Saturday \^ (^U/jL^ ti . M^) 



M«moranaa 



MARCH 1940 
Sunday 17 ^ 



Monday 18 10. h) o/v ^ic-<. 



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Tuesday 19 



Wednesday 20 ^ 



MARCH 1940 



Thursday 21 



7 



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Frlday 22 



Saturday 23 



Marnoranda V U 



MARCH 194C 
Sunday 24 jf^^J^ 
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MARCH 1940 



Thursday 28 




1)' l ^ ö 




Monday 25 



Tuesday H 



/C'Vw . 



Jsday 




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^''?P,c/.e/^C<%- ip/^ 



Frlday 29 



Memoranda 



cic. 



h, , 'S,^^. 



MARCH 1940 



Sunday 31 '^ 



Monday 1 



APRIL 



Tuesday 2 / 

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Wednesday 3 



APRIL 1940 



Thursday 4 



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Frlday ü, / ' /' ' 



V 



Saturday 6 
Memoranda >Jt^ ^ _^ 



■9 



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APRIL 1940 
Sunday 7 ^CUtu^ 



I A,a/^ 



Monday 8 



ii'jr9Yl.i'>0JhJjt. 



19- ii9 




APRIL 1940 



Thursday 11 



Prlday 



'^i^ 



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Tuesday 9 



Saturday 



•1^ c/ 

18 / # / 



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Wednesday 10^/^^^.4<,^-,^,j^/^. " Memoranda 



Y 






APRIL 1940 



Sunday 14 



APRIL 1940 
Thursday ^^ Q. ^ 



Monday 16 iuL^AijJcUt! 



Friday 19 



Tuesday 16 



Saturday 20 



'^- JAJt< 




Wednesday 17 It^ 



Memoranda 



APRIL 1940 



Sunday 21 



v^ . 



Monday 22 



Tuesday 23 



Wednesday 24 



APRIL 1940 
Thursday ^^ StV\y 






Frlday 26 f^eUA 



A^ 



Saturday 27 



Memoranda 



r"' I 



e^-e^' 



J-' 



APRIL 1940 



"'jj' ^vi- 2^ , ^ 



Su 



MAY 1940 



Thursday 2 



. 1 



Monday 29 J/tx^Oo,^ 



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Tuesday 30 



Saturday 4 



fUjUUj J7 






C ^AjlS^^ 



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Wednesday 1 



MAY 



I Memoranda 






MAT 1940 



MAY 1940 



';xv-^-A>- l^T^^ifrrM^'''^ 



Monday 6 



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Tuesday 7 
Wednesday 8 






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Frlday 10 UUßf^ ^ ./'^ m 
Saturday 11 ^ />^ •' #-*''U • 



Memorand 



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4u^l 



7 






MAY 1940 



MAY 1940 



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c/'. 



Tuesday 14 



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fc-*^^-*"^^^ f 



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Sundayl2 Vfe.-^^^ 

Monday 13 




Thursday 16 *^'^jLv^ ' 



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TPO. 



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Friday 17 






y -y 



Saturday 18 



Memoranda 



. I 



MAY 1940 



Sunday 19 






Monday 20 



A 



■^ 



yy^ r^% 6'^- <^'/f\/>^^ 



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Tuesday 21 



Wednesday 22 



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MAT 1940 



Thursday 23 




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Frlday 24 

1^ K.2?i^/^. 



Saturday 2& /^ J\, 



Memoranda 



^(?7tP4' 



MAY 1940 
Sunday 26 /i ,.\ 









MAY 1940 



Thursday 30 
Memorial Day 



Monday 27 



^"i^^Z^'^^ct^-ccy^^^. 









Tuesday 28 






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\ ^L^^i^tMt- Io'h iö^^i^L4 



Wednesday 29 



^V ^6 '7 






Frlday 31 



Saturday 1 



Memoranda 



^vU 



JUNE 









Sunday 2 



JUNE 1940 



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Monday 3 / '^U^/uCvx 



Tuesday 4 /|S^ , ^Jj^; ''^; - -^ p^ 



Wednesday 5 



JUNE 1940 



Thursday 6 



Friday 7 



4^% sA'*\A.<AAy%^^^ KAA/tt\^ 



Saturday 8 



Memoranda 



JUNE 1940 



Sunday 9 



JUNE 1940 



Thursday 13 



Monday 10 



Prlday 



^^ \A^^n^ 



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Tuesday 11 



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Wednesday 12 



Saturday 15 



\ 0>^ 0^ 



Menfqranda 






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JUNE 1940 
Sunday 16 



(-h.^.l^y'l^-'' 



*,y^, 



Monday 17 



Tuesday 18 



Wednesday 19 






a > ;'6, A^ . u'^L 



OA 



'-^ 



JUNE 1940 



Thursday 20 



Priday 21 



Saturday 22 



Memoranda 



h' 



JUNE 1940 



Sunday 23 



Monday 24 



Tuesday 25 U 7 



» ^.^ 



/ 



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Wednesday 26 






JUNE 1940 



Thursday 27 



Friday 28 



Saturday 29 



/t/U^ 



^»'/'^ 



Memoranda 



>^ ,Cc, 



'w^ \X/ <^^C'«v.■w.^ 



^ Memoranüa 






JUNE 1940 



Sunday 30 



Monday 1 



JtTLT 



Tuesday 2 









Wednesday S 






/ ^ u 



JÜLY 1940 

Thursday 4 

Independence Day 



Frlday 6 



Saturday 6 



Memoranda 



4 



JULY 1940 



Sunday 7 



tr 



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JULY 1940 



Thursday 11 



Mondiy 8 






Tuesday 9 * 



Wednesday 






.^Frlday^ 12 fk^t^ ^%^t^^-c^i-v-^ 



Saturday 18 > /A^ 



^ v^^^ . /2^ :v^y^. 



Memoranda 



JUI^Y 1940 



Sunday 14 



V 



Monday 15 ^ J. &^ ^' >/ "^^ 



Tuesday 16 



^-"^-^ .6C »'^.v 
"Wednesday 17 



t , A . 



JÜLY 1940 



Thuraday 18 



Friday 19 



Saturduy üü 



^ "^jfv^^ i:.. ' 



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Memoranda 



JULY 1940 



Sunday 21 



Ä\^, Ki^ 



i^-^M^c^^ \ 



Monday 22 




:^/t\ 



Thursday 25 f^uA-v»*^ 



JULY 1940 



i' } '^ l^(y.4 a/ ';^ ./o 



^^wu^/*,*^ ^M^? 



Priday 26 
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Tuesday 23 



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Saturday 27 









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7' 



Wednesday 24 






L ^Rt,. ;-,tLt.,.i / 



Memoranda 



JULY 1940 



AUGUSrr 1940 



Sunday 28 



v// 



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V- 




-^ Iß 



Monday 29 






l'^t rf-^ 



Tuesday 30 



Thurs^ay 1 

l .Of ' ( -lo 



7/ 



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^ aJ^ ^^ ' '^^^' " ^'^'^ A- ^^^'^ 



Saturday 3 






Wednesday 31 



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^^-I h/^-(i'^.'^y-^C 



U'0^~ 



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1 xvxuiupur<Liiua . /) 



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Mergjoranda 




y 



AUGUST 1940 



Sunday 4 



AUGUST 1940 



) I 4.''^ A-rV,'^ hZ^ ^{rWl ' 



Thursday 8 



Monday 5 



Tuesday 6 



l^^tM^il 



Wednesday 7 ^ß^^Ü^C^^^ 



wxt. /Y* 



CC 



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Friday 9 



V, ^n:^) 



4 ' tl^L^ ^^K 'i 



Saturday 10 



f~^^6^/-^W^.^ 



Memoranda 



^ri 1^, 










AUGUST, 


1940 


Sunday 


11 








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Monday 


12 







V/ ; ^ / 



Wednesday 14 



AUGUST 1940 
Thursday 15 tC^cC^^JccCs^ 



Priday 16 



Tuesday 13 fC^jLUy * ^ \ 




Saturday 17 



•^^,?^v/^ 



Vr» 



7-.,, 



Memora^a / 



M 



^1 



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AUGUST 194Ü 



Sunday 18 



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Monday 19 






Tuesday 20 



Wednesday äl ja 



AUGUST 1940 

Ute 



Thursday 22 



Frlday 23 



/ •*• 2 ^^^ t^ m 



I 



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Saturday 24 






Merru)randa 




YJUc ^'IT'''^ 









I 



Sunday 25 



AUGUST 1940 



Monday 26 



Tuesday 27 



Wednesday 28 



AUGUST 1940 
Thursday 29 



Frlday 30 



{ -^öu^^-f^i-^' 






Saturday 31 



Memory da - ^ 

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II 



HKPTEMBER 1940 



Sunday 1 



Monday 2 
Labor Day 



Tuesday U _> v^ , >v£ 



f 



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Wedne! 






SEPTEMBER 1940 



Thuisdav 6 



9'^ 



Frlday 6 



Saturday 7 



Memoranda 



fJ . 



•j 



SEPTEMBER 1940 



Sunday 8 



^lXAt,v6-*w 






Monday 9 
Tuesday IQ v/2w^ • 
Wednesday 11 



b'^TO 



^- 



SEPTEMBER 1940 



Thursday 12 



/ 



-'VL' 



Frlday 13 / 



Saturday 14 



* 1/ 



Memoranda 



<^ ^-N^ 



v^ 



4 / 



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SEPTEMBER 1940 



Sunday 15 



/»^'/Z. 



Monday 16 
Tuesday 17 



.Wednesday 18 



^' 2P ; '^:^ ^^ . 



SEPTEMBER 1940 
Thursday 19 ^^ , 



Frlday 20 



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Saturday 21 C^ 



Memoranda 



' i: 



SEPTEMBER 1940 



Sunday 22 



^ondav 28 






Tuesday 24 




Wednesday 25 



«,^^,^^,^Ky. 



«EPTEMBER 1940 
« Thursday 26 



Friday 27 



Saturday 28 



Memoranda 



79y^,^^. 






SEPTEMBER 1940 
Sunday 29 



^ 



Monday SOi^CwXife. -it? 



Tuesday 1 



OCTOBER 



Wednesday 2 

- i^ 

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OCTOBER 1940 



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Thursday 3 . 









V '^ 



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Frlday 4 ^ZctZ^jt^ 



»♦ * 

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''Ol ^>^ tf j 



Saturday 5 



^ Hen;)^randa .^-» 



OCTOBEU 1940 
Sunday 6 /• '^ttt^j 



Monday 7 



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Tuesday 8 



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OCTOBER 1940 
Thursday 10 Uto fC . - ^U»,4^ 5? 



Prlday 11 



Saturday 12 



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r^ji^^nyf' 



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\ Wednesday 9 (^ 



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'^,/^^/V 









Memoranda 



^^X/<^ . 



OCTOBER 1940 
Sunday 13 A^Tvwi 3^ 



Monday 14 



OCTOBER 1940 
Thursday 17 



//^^^:./^:V./i^>/^ 






Frlday 18 



V 



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Tuesday 15 






Wednesday 16 



Saturday 19 



Memoranda 



. W 



OCTOBER 1940 



Sunday 20 




I, 



Monday 2 



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Tuesday 22 Uk^u/*., /CL~C^ 



~-i',: 



Oj»^ -. 






Wednesday 23 



OCTOBER 1940 
Thursday 24 a^ 



4 ^,^^J, 



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Frlday 25 



/r----v-^''^-^/.-^yMi 



Saturday 26 



<^,^Mo L\ ,^ ^ ^ , 



Memoranda 



/ ■ 



OCTOBER 1940 



Sunday 27 



Monday 


28 






Tuesday 


29 






Wednesday 30 



^Wednes 



/^l>t.wv.<^ '^ 






OCTOBER 1940 



Thursday 31 



^ 



Frlday 1 



NOVEMBER 



^. . 



Saturday 



2 r'jL^ 



^^u 



Memoranda 



'*J 



NOVEMBER 1940 



Sunday 3 



Monday 4 



Tuesday 5 

7^ 



l&ct 



Vf-vw 



aJ^ 'J ■■^'~ 






Wednesday 6 



NOVEMBER 1940 
Thursday 7 



no' .1 I 



Frlday S 



Saturday 






r- 






^ cj'^j 



rj 



Memoranda 



••f 



NOVEMBEE 1940 



Sunday 10 



Monday 11 



^ ^ /. 






r 



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^fi^sL^ 



Tuesday 12 ""^ — r*' / ä ^ 



j" 



Wednesday IS K^^J^^ 



NOVEMBER 1940 






Thursday 14 

Frlday 16 /l ^ o , 



A 






^vX - tO 



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1^ 



Saturday^ 16 ^ 



Memoranda 



MÜVEMBKR 1940 



Suiiday 17 

Monday 18 C ^ A-^ / 1/ • 



J 



A* ^ 



Tuesday 19 



NOVEMBER 1940 



"IMiursdij-y 21 

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7 






'^).i,^-y 



Frlday 23 



^ 7 . ^e^^-Z-N» 



Saturday 23 



''^^■) 



Wednesday 20 



/x^ f 



-K 



^^ 



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j Memoranda 



NOVEMBER 194ü 
Sunday 24 



^ 



NOVEMBER 1940 
Thursday 28 
-TlrnnkssrlTlngr Day 



Monday 25 



Frlday 29 



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Tuesday 26 




Wednesday 27 



■?r 



Saturday 30 



Cl i 



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) 



^Memoranda/ ».Z ' ~ 




1 



DECEMBER 1940 



Sunday 1 



yt/^./^. 



jl^ Monday 2 



Tuesday 3 



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DECEMBER 1940 
Thursday 5 



4 // 



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M^^^A^4i^J^iUA^ ^ 



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6> 



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^^. 



Saturday 7 ^^ -v a/^*" 



Wednesday 



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'^■'/i' 



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DECEMßER 1940 



I Sunday 8 



Monday 9 



^^^. ^ ^'^^ ^ 



'^^ 






^^^-^ ,^ 



Tuesday 10 



Wednesday 11 r/^ 



DECEMBER 1940 



Thursday 12 



Friday 13 



;^ -^ ^ju t { u 



Saturday 14 



Memoranda 



DECEMBER 1940 
Sunday 15 tLM Ji ' ^ (e^n 

Monday 16 






f/- 



/ 



DICCEMBER 1940 
Thursday 19 



Frlclay 2C 



/ 



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V 



6t 



^/f^ 



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Tuesday 17 



Wednesday 18 



79 i-^ ! 



f ... L.^ . 

Saturday 21 / . A^\^ 



Memoranda 



DECEMBER 1940 



Sunday 22 



DECEMBER 1940 
Thursday 26 



'H' 



1 



Monday 23 



Tuesday 24 






Frlday 27 



Saturday 28 



Wednesday 25 
Christmas Day 



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A Menmranda /) /^ i ä% / 



/, 



ADDRESSES 




II 



ir 1 



CALENDAR 1939 



JANUARY 


JULY 




8 


M 

3 

9 

16 

23 

30 


T 
3 
10 
17 
34 
31 


W 

4 
11 
18 
25 


T 


P 


S 


8 


-ü 


T 


W 


_T 


F 


TT 


1 


5 

13 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 
27 

• 4 • 


7 
14 
21 
28 

. • • • 


1 

8 

15 
12 

29 


8 
15 
32 
39 


3 

9 
16 
23 
30 


3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


4 
11 
18 
25 


s 

12 
19 
26 


6 
13 
30 
27 


7 
14 
21 
28 


FEBRUARY 


AUGUST 


lA 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 


S 


S 


M 


T 

1 
8 

15 
23 
39 


W 


T 


P 


8 


's' 

13 
19 
3« 


"« 
13 
30 
37 


14 
31 
38 


1 
8 

15 
22 


2 

9 

16 

23 


3 

10 
17 
24 


4 
11 
18 
25 


"i 

13 

20 
37 


'7' 
14 
21 
28 


3 

9 

16 

23 

30 


3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 
12 
19 
36 


MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


_W 


T 


P 


S 

4 
11 
18 
25 


S 

"3' 
10 
17 
34 


M 

"4 
11 
18 
25 


T 


W 


T 


P 


8 


"i 

13 
19 
36 


"e' 

13 
30 
37 


"7' 
14 
31 
38 


1 

.8 

15 

33 

39 


2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


i 
10 
17 
24 
31 


*5 
13 
19 
36 


13 

20 

27 


'7 
14 
21 
28 


1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


2 

9 

16 

33 

30 


APRIL 


OCTOBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 


S 

1 

8 

15 

32 

29 

• • • 1 


S 

1 

8 

15 

23 

39 


iJi 


T 


W 


T 

5 

12 
19 
26 


P 
6 
13 
20 
27 


S 












2 
9 

16 
33 
30 


3 

10 
17 
34 
31 

' • • « 


4 
11 
18 
2S 




a 

9 

33 


3 

10 
17 
24 


4 
11 
18 
35 


5 

13 
19 
26 


6 
13 
20 
27 


7 

14 
31 
28 


7 
14 
21 
38 


30 










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J 


ilAY 


NOVEMBER 


8 


M 

1 

8 

15 

33 

39 


T 

2 

9 

16 

33 

30 


W 
3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


T 


F 


8 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 
2 
9 
16 
23 
30 


P 
3 

10 
17 
24 


S 




4 
11 
18 
25 


5 
12 

19 
36 


6 
13 
30 
27 






1 

8 

15 

32 

39 


4 
11 
18 
35 


7 
14 
31 
38 


5 

13 
19 
36 


6 
13 
30 
37 


7 
14 
31 
38 


JUNE 


DECEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 
3 
9 
16 
33 
30 


S 

3 
10 
17 
24 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 

1 

8 

15 

32 

29 


S 
3 
9 
16 
33 
30 










1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


4 
11 
18 
35 


5 
13 
19 
36 


6 
13 

30 
27 


7 
14 
21 
28 


3 

10 
17 
34 
31 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 

13 
19 
36 


6 
13 
30 
37 


7 
14 
21 
28 







CALENDAR 


1941 




JANUARY 


JULY 






^ 


M 


T 


W 

1 
8 

15 

33 
39 


T 
3 
9 
16 
33 
30 


P 

3 

10 
17 
34 
31 


S 

4 
11 
18 
25 


S 


M 


T 
1 
8 

15 
22 
29 


TW 

2 
9 

16 
23 
30 


T 
3 
10 
17 
34 
31 


P 

4 
11 
18 
25 


S 


S 
12 
19 
36 


6 
13 

30 

37 


7 
14 
31 

28 


6 
13 

30 
37 


7 

14 
31 
38 


5 
12 
19 
26 


FEBRUARY 


AUGUST 


8 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 


S 


8 


S 


M 


_T_ 


W 


T 

1 

8 

IS 

22 

29 


P 


3 

9 
16 
23 


3 

10 
17 
24 


4 
11 

18 
3S 


"5 
13 
19 
36 


6 
13 

20 
27 


'7 
14 
31 
38 


1 

8 

15 

22 


"3 
10 
17 
34 
31 


"4 
11 
18 
25 


"5 
12 
19 
26 


"6 
13 
20 
27 


7 
14 
21 
28 


2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 


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17 


18 


19 


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21 


Sept 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 




22 


23 


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19 


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THE IDEAL 

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Year 

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1 942 



Maps of Ihe World 

Postdl Reguldtions 

General Information 

Cash Account 



MADE IN U.S.A. 



AUTOMOBILE 

NAME OF MAKE.N^^^r^C^;^^ 

Type of Body.....v^^!?..' 

NUMBER OF CYLINDERS.....^ 

DiAM. OF Bore Stroke..'. 

H. P....2i.^....MFRS. No 

MODEL..$. YEARyjf.f?ENG. NO^^*"^^ 

Date Acquired ...Ir/f.TT.Tf 
Registration No 




of«?. 



LICENSE NO 

STATE «C.Ji*^ 

Particular Equipment 



.ät*^. 



Particular Markings 






• • •• •••• •••, 




PERSONAL 

Name^3U|Ä^ 

ADDRESS..fi..Aj!ft|^i^-jyfc^ 

• '^'•^••^•-^^!^^i9f%f.^..fz..:.^.,* 

!n Gase of Accident Notify 

My Physician Am'.? 

His Address and TELEPHONE.f#Ä.]W" 

My Height Is....^.....fT In. 

My Average Weight \s .J.^f^..jUr*. 

SIZE of HAT.^.f?.%..C0LLAR 

SizE of SHIRT.^IJ-.SLEEVE LENGTH 

SiZE OF GL0VES.7-SH0Es7./»r.C-|?J 

Make of Watch 

Case No Works No 




UNITED STATES POSTAGE 

Air Mail. — Mail carried by airplanc 6 cents 
for cach ouncc or fraction thereoi, rcgardlcss 
of distancc. This includes traiisportation to 
and Irora the air-mail routc. 

First-Ciass. — Letters and all matter sealed or 
containing writing. Kate 3 cents tor each 
ounce or fractioa thereof. Letters for local 
delivery at letter carner offices and letters to 
bc dehvered by Rural or btar Route carricr 
and those deposited in boxcs along Rural or 
Star Route 2 cents for cach ounce or fraction 
thereof, and 1 cent where free delivery by 
carrier is not cstablished. 

Business reply cards and cnvelopcs bearing: 
the printed name and address of the distri- 
butor and the prescribed indicia, including the 
number of the special permit, may be distri- 
buted, and retumed through the mails without 
prepayment of postage, the regulär postage 
plus one Cent additional to be collectcd on 
delivery. Postal cards, private mailing cards. 
Souvenir cards 1 cent. (See piain printed 
Cards under third class). 

Second-Class.— The rate of postage on pub- 
lications entered as second-class matter, when 
sent by others than the publisher or ncws 
agent, shall be 1 cent for each 2 ounces or 
fraction thereof, except "when the postage at 
the rates prescribed for fourth-class matter is 
lower, in which case the latter rates shall ap- 
ply: Frovided, That these rates shall also ap- 
ply to sample copies of publications entered 
as second-class matter mailed in cxcess of the 
quantity entitled by law to be sent at the 
pound rates, and to copies mailed by pub- 
lishers to other than subscribers or to persons 
who are not properly includable in the legi- 
timate Hst of subscrioers required by law. 

Third-Class. — Unsealed. Merchandise, incom- 
plete copies of ncwspapcrs, printed and other 



mailabje matter (except that of the First or 
becond class) not excceding 8 ounces, 1^ 
Cents for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof. 

iJooks and catalogues(24 or more pages and 
substantially bound), seeds, cuttings. bulbs, 
roots, scions, and plants, not exceeding 8 
ounces. 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction 
thereof. 

Piain Printed Cards (larger than 2%"x4") 
1% Cents. ^ 

Fourth-Class.— (Parcel Post). All mailable 
matter over 8 ounces and not exceeding 70 
pounds and not included in the three pre- 
ceding classes. Parcels may not exceed 100 
inches m length and girth combined. 

Parcel Post 

To -compute parcei oost zone rates use the 
following table: Local— First pound 7 cents, 
1 cent for each additional 2 pounds. 



zone miles 

Ist up to 50 

2nd SOtolSO 

3rd 150 to 300 

4th 300 to 600 

5th 600 to 1000 

6th 1000 to 1400 

7th 1400 to 1800 

8th 1800 & over 



Ist pound each additional Ib. 
8 Cents 1.1 cents 



8 Cents 

9 Cents 

10 Cents 

11 Cents 

12 Cents 
14 Cents 



1.1 Cents 
2 Cents 
3.5 Cents 
5.3 Cents 
7 Cents 
9 Cents 
11 Cents 



15 Cents ** v-tina 

A fraction of a cent in the total amount of 
postage on any parcei shall be counted as a 
füll Cent. Parcels mailed on rural routes — 2 
Cents less per parcei than at the rates shown 
herein when addressed for local delivery, and 
3 Cents less per parcei for other than local 
delivery. 

Special Handling 

If quick handling of a parcei is desired, 
mark "Special Plandling" and add to the 
postage 10 Cents up to 2 pounds; 2 to 10 
pounds, 15 Cents; over 10 pounds, 20 cents. 



U. S. Postagc — (Continucd) 
Special Delivery 

Special delivery secures the immediate de- 
livery within the "ietter carrier" limits of 
city-uelivery offices and within a mile limit of 
any other post-office; also at houses of patrons 
living on or within a half mile of rural routes. 
Special delivery fees in addition to regulär 
postage on first class mail up to 2 pounds, 10 
Cents; 2 to 10 pounds, 20 cents; over 10 
pounds, 25 Cents. Fees on other than first 
class up to 2 pounds, 15 cents; 2 to 10 
pounds, 25 cents; over 10 pounds, 35 cents. 

Insurance 

Domestic third and fourth class mail may 
be insured against loss, rifling, or damage in 
an amount equivalent to its actual value. In- 
surance fees, in addition to the regulär 
postage, valuation not exceeding $5. — 5 cents; 
$25.-10 Cents; $50.-15 cents; $100.-25 
Cents; $150. — 30 cents; $200.-35 cents. (Re- 
turn receipts 3 cents additional). 

C. O. D. Service (Domestic) 

Parcels may be sent C. O. D. C. O. D. fee, 
in addition to regulär postage, for collections 
not exceeding $5. — 12 cents; $25. — 17 cents; 
$50.-22 Cents; $100.-32 cents; $150. — 40 
Cents; $200. — 45 cents. 

Money Order Fees 

Domestic — For sums not exceeding $2.50, 6 
Cents; Over $2.50, to $5. — 8 cents; Over $5, 
to $10. — 11 Cents; Over $10, to $20. — 13 cents; 
Over $20, to $40.-15 cents; Over $40, to $60. 
—18 Cents; Over $60, to $80.-20 cents; Over 
$80. to $100.-22 Cents. 



HELP IN GASE OF ACCIDENTS 

Drowninc. 1 I^oosen clothing. 2 Emotv 

ana lilting it by the iiiiddle, etting head hanir 
down. Jerk body a few times. 3. Pull tongSf 
forward. usmg handkerchief. or pin w.th sS 

by ahe'rnaSv '' ^""^'^^^ '"°^'^" «^ rls/rlZ^n 
%.. J . }^ compressing and expanding lower 

riisin^r nnH'7*^"*^- ''*"" ^ ?"""^«- Alte^rnat^f; 
thll'.^^ lowering arnis from sides up above 
the head will stimulate action of the lun« 
Let it be done gently but persistently 5 Ad' 
Ply warmth and friction to extremities. 6 By 

Pressing Adams apple" back (so as to close 

tried T.l° ^*T"^^^' ^^•'•^^' '"Aktion can be 
tned. Take a deep brcath and breathe it forci- 

eioel a'lr'"""^^ of Patient; compress che t to 

HOTTbc f ?^P>e have been saved after 
HOURS of patient vigcrous effort. 8 When 

giv"*wlRÄi l'^" ^^*'>^* ••"*« warm W" 
f^Is'h^i^^and turet"' °' '^'"'^ m^ teaspoonfuls, 

nnJVf''^ AND ScALDS. Covcr with Cooking Soda 
o"fve m'* "nv' "^"' \'-- ^^'^" «^ Eggs and 

Ä^^pÄ-lS^S-,^tS^-into 

Mad Doc or <JNAKE BiTE. Tic cord tieht 
above woundSuck wound and cauteHze with 
caustic or wh.te-hot Tron at once, or cut out 
adjoming parts with sharp knife. 

Venomous Insects' vStings, etc. Anolv Weat 
Ammon.a, Oil. Salt Water or lodine 

^.JiZ^'"'''- vr^""^- u^^* °" back; alW frcsh 
air and spnnkle with water. 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Troy Weight 

24 grains — 1 pwt. 12 ounces — 1 pound. 
20 pwts. — 1 ounce. 

Used for weighing gold, silver and jewcls. 

Apothecaries* Weight 

20 grains — 1 scruple. 8 drams — 1 ounce. 

3 scruples — 1 dram. 12 ounces — 1 pound. 
The ounce and pound in tbis are the same as 

in Troy weight. 

Avoirdupois Weight 

27 11-32 grains — 1 drara. 4 quarters — 1 cwt. 

16 drams — 1 ounce. 2,000 Ibs. — 1 sbort ton. 

16 ounces — 1 pound. 2,240 Ibs. — 1 long ton. 

25 pounds — 1 quarter. 

Dry Measure 

2 pints — 1 quart. 4 pecks — 1 bushel. 

8 quarts — 1 peck. 36 bushels — 1 chaldron. 

Liquid Measure 

4 gills — 1 pint. 31i gallons — 1 barrel. 

2 pints — 1 quart. 2 barreis — 1 hogshead. 
4 quarts — 1 gallon. 

Mariners' Measure 

6 feet — 1 fathom. 5,280 feet — 1 stat. niile. 

120 fathoms — 1 cab.le'th. 6,085 feet — 1 naut. mile. 
7i cabie lengths — 1 mile. 

Miscellaneous 

3 incbes — 1 palm. 18 inches — 1 cubit. 

4 inches — 1 band. 21,8 in. — 1 Bible cubit. 
6 inches — 1 span 2^ feet — 1 military pacc. 

Surveyors' Measure 

7.92 inches — 1 link. 4 rods — 1 chain. 

25 links — 1 rod. 

10 sq. chains or 160 square rods — 1 acre. 

640 acres — 1 sq. mile. 

36 sq. miles (6 miles sq.) — 1 township. 



Square Measure 

144 sq. inches— 1 sq. ft. 40 sq. rods— 1 rood. 
-.nl **!• feet— 1 sq. yard. 4 roods— 1 acre. 
30i sq. yds.— 1 sq. rod. 640 acres— 1 sq. mile. 

Cubic Measure 

1,728 cub. in.— 1 cub. ft. 128 c. ft.— 1 cord (wood) 
9^KnAo^'T^ *^."^*5 y^- 40c.ft.— 1 ton (shpg.). 
i'/oa^^^^^}^ inches— 1 Standard bushel. 
268.8 cubic m.— 1 Standard gallon. 
1 cubic foot— about four-fifths of a bushel. 

Long Measure 

12 inches— 1 foot. 40 rods— 1 furlong. 

3 feet— 1 yard. 8 furlongs— 1 sta. mile. 

5i yards— 1 rod. 3 miles— 1 league. 

Metrie Equivalents. — Linear Measure 

1 centimeter— 0.3937 in. 1 in.--2.54 centimeters. 

1 decimeter— 3.937 in. — 0.328 ft. 

1 ft. — 3.048 decimeters. 

1 meter— 39.37 in. — 1.0936 yards. 

1 yd.— 0.9144 meter. 

} dekameter— 1.9884 rds. 1 rd.— 0.5029 dekam'r. 

Ikilometer— 0.62137 m. 1 m.— 1.6093 kilom'rs. 

Square Measure 
1 sq. centimeter — 0.1550 sq. in. 
1 sq. inch — 6.452 sq. centimeters. 



sq 
sq 



decimeter— 0.1076 sq. ft. 
. foot— 9.2903 sq. decimeters. 
sq. meter— -1.196sq.yd.l sq.yd.— 0.8361 sq.m'r. 
are — 3.954 sq. rods. 1 sq. rd. — 0.2529 are. 
faectare— 2.47 acres. 1 acre— 0.4047 hectare. 
sq. kilometer — 0.386 sq. m. 
sq. m. — 2.59 sq. kilometers. 

Weicht 3 

1 gram — 0.03527 ounce. 1 ounce — 28.35 grams. 
1 kilogram— 2.2046 Ibs. 1 Ib.— 0.4536 kiloirram. 
1 metric ton— 1.1023 B:nglish tons. 
1 Ivnghsh ton — 0.9072 metric ton. 



TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 



Name 



Exchange 



NUMBER 





NORTH AND SOUTH 
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SCALE OF MILES ON PAHALLEL8 



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DAYS TO RE^fEMRER IN 1942 

New Tear'B Day . . . Thursday . Jan. lat. 
Valentlne's Day ... Saturday . Feb. 14th. 
St. Patrlck'a Day . . Tuesday . Mar. 17th. 

Easter Sunday . . Apr. 6 th. 

Mother'8 Day Sunday . May lOth. 

Chlldren's Day ....Sunday .. June 14th. 

Father's Day Sunday . June 2l8t. 

Frlendahip Day Sunday . . Aug. 2nd. 

Jewish New Year...Sept. 12th. and 13th. 

Hallowe'en Saturday . Oct. 3l8t. 

Thanksffiving Thursday Nov. 26th. 

Christmns Friday .. Dec. 26th. 

New Year's Day ...Friday Jan. 1, '43. 

As a PERSONAL REMINDER circle the 
Birthday and Annlversary Dates of friends 
you should remember thls year. 



MEMORANDA 



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JANUARY 1942 



THURSDAY 1 

NEW YEARS DAY 

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FRIDAY 2 



8ATURDAY 3 



MEMORANDA 






JANUARY 1942 



•UNDAY 4 



MONDAY a 



JANUARY 1942 



THUR9DAY 8 



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FRIDAY 9 



TUESDAY 6 



WEDNESDAY 7 



SATURDAY tO 



EDNESDAY 7 ^ 



MEMORANDA 



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JANUARY 1942 



8UNOAY II 



JANUARY 1942 



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MONDAY 12 



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FRIDAY 16 



TUE8DAY 13 






WEDNESDAY 14 



SATURDAY 17 



MEMORANDA 






JANUARY 1942 
fUNDAY t8 S ^^ 



JANUARY 1942 



ItHURSDAY 22 



MONDAY 19 



FRIDAY 23 



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EDNESDAY 21 




SATURDAY 24 



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JANUARY 1942 



8UNDAY 28 



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MONDAY 26 



JANUARY 1042 



THUR8DAY 29 



FRIDAY 30 



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TUESDAY 27 



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8ATURDAY 31 




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SUNDAY I 




MONDAY 2 



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FEBRUARY 1942 



THUR9DAY B 



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FRIDAY 6 

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TUE8DAY 3 



8ATURDAY 7 



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MEMORANDA 



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SUNDAY 8 



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FEBRUABY 1942 



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MONDAY 9 



TUESDAY 10 



WEDNE8DAY II 



FEBRUARY 1942 



THURSDAY 12 



FRIDAY 13 



SATURDAY 14 



MEMORANDA 



FEBRUARY 1942 



SUNDAY 15 



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\ MONDAY 16 

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\\ TUE9DAY 17 



WEDNESDAY 18 



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FEBRUARY 1942 



THUR9DAY 19 



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FRIDAY 20 



9ATURDAY 21 



MEMORANDA 



FEBRUARY l»42 

• UNDAY 22 r ^^ 

WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY 



MONDAY 23 



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FEBRUARY 1942 



THURSDAY 26 



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9ATUROAY 28 ^ > t <-<-- 

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MARCH 1942 



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MARCH 1942 
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MARCH 1942 



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MARCH 1942 
THURSDAY 12 f '' ^^ 






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MONDAY O 



TUESDAY lO 




WEDNESDAY 11 



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MARCH 1942 



SUNDAY 1B 



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THURSDAY 19 

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TUESDAY 17 



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MARCH 1942 



8UNDAY 22 



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MONDAY 23 



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WEDNE8DAY 25 

















MARCH 1942 



THURSDAY 26 



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FRIDAY 27 



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MEMORANDA 



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APRIL 1942 



8UNDAY 8 
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APRIL 1942 



-HURSDAY 9 



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FRIDAY 10 



TUESDAY 7 



WEDNE9DAY 8 






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MEMORANDA 



8UNDAY 12 fe;^ 



APRIL 1942 



MONDAY 13 



APRIL 1942 



THURSDAY 16 



PRIDAY 17 



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WEDNESDAY 18 



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MEMORANDA 



APRIL 1942 



8UNDAY 19 



* APRIL 1942 

■HUR»DAY 23 



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MONDAY 20 



[fRIDAY 24 



TUE8DAY 21 



ISATURDAY 25 



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WEDNESDAY 22 



MEMORANDA 



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APRIL 1942 



( 8UNDAY 26 



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APRIL 1942 



IHUR90AY 30 



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MONDAY 27 



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fRlDAY 1 



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MAY 



TUESDAY 28 



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5ATURDAY 2 



WEDNESDAY 29 



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MAY 1942 



SUNDAY 9 



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MAY 1942 



SUNDAY lO 



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MAY 1942 

THURSDAY 14 t TttC^C^ 






MONDAY 11 



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FRIDAY 18 



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MEMORANDA 



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MAY 1942 



MAY 1942 



• UNDAY 17 



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rHURSDAY 21 



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I HONDAY 18 



-RIDAY 22 



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MAY 1942 



MAY 1942 



SUNDAY 24 ^ 



THURSDAY 28 



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MONDAY 2B 



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FRIDAY 29 



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TUESDAY 26 



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SATURDAY 30 

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WEDNESDAY 27 



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MAY 1»42 



. SUNDAY 31 






ioNDAY 1 JUNE 



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8ATURDAY 6 

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MEMORANDA 



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JUNE 1942 



lUNDAY 7 



MONDAY 8 



JUNE 1©42 






FRIDAY la 



TUESDAY 9 



9ATURDAY 13 




WEDNMDAY lO 



MEMORANDA 



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JUNE 1942 



(UNDAY 14 



MONDAY 15 



TUESDAY 16 



JUNE 1942 



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FR1DAY 19 






SATURDAY 20 



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WEDNESDAY 17 



MEMORANDA 



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JUNE 1942 /v 



SUNDAY 21 i^yK^ 



JUNE 1942 



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MONDAY S2 



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TUESDAY 23 




FRIDAY 26 



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SATURDAY 27 



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JUNE 1942 
8UNDAY 28 '^/VMäl WO-'*^ 



THURSDAY 2 



JULY 1942 



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• MONDAY 29 



TUESPAY 30 



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FRIDAY 3 



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8ATURDAY 4 

INDEPENDENCE DAY 



MEMORANDA 



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JULY 1942 



SUNDAY 9 



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MONDAY 6 



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TUKSDAY 



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JULY 1942 
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JULY 1942 



SUNDAY 12 



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JULY 1942 



THURSDAY 16 



, MONDAY 13 



FRIDAY 17 



TUESDAY 14 




WEDNESDAY 15 



MEMORANDA 




JULY 1942 

SUNDAY 19 £< 



JULY 1942 



THUftöDAY 23 




MONDAY 20 



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FRIDAY 24 



TUESDAY 2 



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WEDNESOAY 22 



MEMORANDA 



JULY 1942 



JULY 1942 



tUNDAY 26 



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\ , * MONDAY 27 




THURSDAY 30 



FRIDAY 31 



TUESDAY 28 



WEDNESDAY 29 



SATURDAY 1 




MEMORANDA 



AUGUST 1942 



SUNDAY 2 



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AUGUST 1942 



THUR8DAY 6 



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FRIPAY 7 



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TUE8DAY 4 



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WEDNESOAY 9 



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9ATURDAY 8 



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AUGUST 1942 



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AUGUST 1942 



THURSDAY 13 




FRIDAY 14 



TUESDAY 11 



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WEDNESDAY 12 



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SATURDAY 15 



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MEMORANDA 




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AUGUST 1942 



8UNDAY 16 



MONDAY 17 



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TUESDAY 18 



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WEDNESDAY 19 



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1 AUGUST 1942 

THURSDAY 20 



FRIDAY 21 




SATURDAY 22 




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MEMORANDA 



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AUGUST 1942 



SUNDAY 23 



AUGUST 1942 



THURSDAY 27 



MONDAY 24 




FRIDAY 28 




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TUESDAY 28 



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EDNESDAY 26 



9ATURDAY 29 <9 





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AUGUST 1942 



SUNDAY 30 



SEPTEMBER 1942 



THUR8DAY 3 




'S TUE8DAY 1 

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SEPTEMBER 



WEDNE9DAY 2 



FRIDAY 4 



SATURDAY 5 



MEMORANDA 




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SEPTEMBER 1942 






SEPTEMBER 1942 



THURSDAY 17 
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MONDAY 14 



FRIDAY 18 
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TUE8DAY 15 



WEDNESDAY t6 




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SATURDAY 19 



MEMORANDA 






SEPTEMBER 



1942 



8UNDAY 20 



SEPTEMBER 1942 



THURSDAY 24 



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MONDAY 21 



FRIDAY 25 



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TUESDAY 2a 



SATURDAY 26 




WEDNESDAY 23 



MEMORANDA 




SEPTEMBER 1942 



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SUNDAY 27 



MONDAY 28 



OCTOBER 1942 



THUR8DAY 1 



FRIDAY 2 



TUESDAY 29 



SATURDAY 3 /0%''^^^^^^ ^ ' 






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TUE9PAY 6 



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OCTOBER 1942 
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TUE»DAY 13 



OCTOBER 1942 



THURSDAY 15 



FRIDAY 16 



f 8ATURDAY 17 



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MEMORANDA 



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OCTOBER 1942 



I 8UNDAY 29 



MONDAY 26 



OCTOBER \9AZ 




FRIDAY 30 



TUESDAY 27 



WEDNESDAY 28 



SATURDAY 31 




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MONDAY 2 



TUESDAY 3 



WEDNE8DAY 4 



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NOVEMBER 1942 



THURSDAY 8 



FRIDAY 6 



8ATURDAY 7 



MEMORANDA 



8UNDAY 8 



NOVEMBER 1942 



\ MONDAY • 



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TUESDAY lO 



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WEDNESDAY 11 



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NOVEMBER 1942 



THUR5DAY 12 



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FRIDAY 13 



9ATURDAY 14 



MEMORANDA 



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NOVEMBER 1942 



SUNDAY 18 



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HONDAY 16 



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TUESOAY 17 



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NOVEMBER 1942 



THUR9DAY 19 

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FRIDAY 20 



SATURDAY 21 



MEMORANDA 



NOVEMBER 1942 

SUNDAY 22 4^a«C - > 



MONDAY 23 



TUESDAY 24 



WEDNE8DAY 28 



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NOVEMBER 1942 

THURSDAY 26 

THANK9CIVINO DAY 



FRIDAY 27 



8ATURDAY 28 



MEMORANDA 



NOVEMBER 1942 
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MONDAY 30 



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DECEMBER 1942 



THURSDAY 3 



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FRIDAY 4 






SATURDAY 5 -»^C— 



MEMORANDA 



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DECEMBER 1942 



8UNDAY 6 



DECEMBER 1942 



THURSDAY 10 



MONDAY 7 



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FRIDAY 11 



TUESDAY 8 



SATURDAY !2 



WEDNE8DAY 9 



MEMORANDA 






DECEMBER 1942 



SUNDAY 27 



MONDAY 28 



TUESDAY 29 



WEDNE8DAY 30 



DECEMBER 1942 



THUR9DAY 31 



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JANUARY 1 


JULY 1 




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4 
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5 
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MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 




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STATES AND THEIR CAPITALS 



State 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California. . . . 

Colorado 

Connecticut. . . 

Delaware 

l'lorida 

Georgia 

Idiho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky. . . . 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland. ... 

Massachusetts. 

Michigan 

Minnesota.. . . 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampsiiin 
New Jersey . . . . 
New Mexico. . . 

New York 

North Carolina 
North Dakota. . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania. . 
Rhode Island . 
South Carolina 
South Dakota . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington.. . 
West Vircinia . 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Census 
1940 



2,8J2,961 
499.261 
1,949,387 
6,907,387 
1.123.296 
1,709.242 
266,505 
1,897.414 
3,123.723 
524.873 
7.897.241 
3,42 7,796 
2.538.268 
1.801.028 
2.845,627 
2.363,880 
847,226 
1.821,244 
4.316.721 
5.256.106 
2.792.300 
2,183.796 
3.784.664 
559.456 
1.315.834 
110.247 
491.524 
4.160.165 
531.818 
13.479.142 
3.571.623 
641.935 
6.907,612 
2.336.434 
1.089.684 
9,900.180 
713,346 
1.899.804 
642.961 
2.915.841 
6.414,824 
550,310 
359,231 
2.677,773 
1.736,191 
1,901,974 
3.137.587 
250,742 



Capital 



Montgomery 

Phoenix 

Litlle Rock 

Sacramento 

Denver 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallaliassce 

Atlanta 

Boise 

Springfield 

Indianapolis 

Des Maines 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

Baton Rouge 

Außusta 

Annapolis 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

JefTerson City 

Helena 

Lincoln 

Carson City 

Concord 

Trenton 

Santa Fe 

Albany 

Raleigh 

Bisniarck 

Colunibus 

Oklaiioma City 

Salem 

Ilarrisburg 

Providencc 

Columbia 

Pierre 

Nashville 

Austin 

Salt Lake City 

IVIontpelier 

Richmond 

Olvmpia 

Charioston 

Madison 

Cheyenne 



Adnnttcd 
to Union 



CENSUS OF CITIES 
1940 U. S. Census 



üec. 14, 1819 
Feh. 14, 1912 
June 15. 1836 
Sept. 9. 1850 
Aug. 1. 18f6 
Jan. 9. 1788 
Dec. 7, 1787 
Mar. 3. 1845 
Jan. 2, 1788 
July 3, 1890 
Dec. 3, 1818 
Dec. 1». 1816 
Dec. 28. 1846 
Jan. 29. 1861 
June 1. 1792 
Apr. 30. 1812 
Mar. 15. 1820 
Apr. 28. 1788 
Feb. 6. 1788 
Jan. 26. 1837 
May n. 1858 
Dec. 10. 1817 
Aug. 10. 1821 
Nov. 8. 1889 
Mar. 1. 1867 
Oct. 31. 1864 
June 21. 1788 
Dec. 18, 1787 
.Jan. 6, 1912 
July 26. 1788 
Nov. 21, 1789 
Nov. 2, 1889 
Feb. 19. 1803 
Nov, 16. 1907 
Feb. 14. 1859 
Dec. 12. 1787 
May 29, 1790 
May 23. 1788 
Nov. 2, 1889 
June 1, 1796 
Dec. 29. 1845 
Jan. 4, 1896 
Mar. 4, 1791 
June 26, 1788 
Nov. 11. 1889 
Tune 20. 1863 
Mav 29. 1848 
.Tulv 11, 1890 



I 



/ 



ClTIiiÜ ÜVER 37,000 



Akron, Ohio. . . . 

Albany, N. Y 

Alhambra. Calif. . . 

Allentown. Pa , 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarillo, Tcx 

Anderson, Ind 

Arlington, Mass.. . , 

Arlington, Va 

Asheville. N.C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J. 

Augusta, Ga 

Aurora, III 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Md 

Battle Creck, Mich. 

Bay City, Mich.. . . 

Bayonne. N. J 

Beaumont, Texas. . 

Belvedere, Calif.. . . 

Berkeley, Calif 

Berwyn, 111 

Bethlehem, Pa 

Bingliamton, N. Y.. 

Birmingham. Ala.. . 

Bloomfichl. N. J.. ., 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn. . . 

Brockton, Mass.. . . 

Brookline. Mass.. .. 

Buffalo. N. Y 

Butte, Mont 

Cambridge, Mass... 

Camden, N. J 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 

Charleston. S. C 

Charlcston. W. Va. . 

Charlotte. N.C 

Chattanoora. Tenn.. 

Chelsea, Mass 

ehester. Pa 

Chicago. III 

Chlcopee. Mass 



1920 



1930 



208.435 

113.344 

9.096 

73.502 

60,331 

15,494 

29,767 

18.665 

16.040 

28.504 

200.616 

50.707 

52.548 

36.397 

34.876 

733.826 

36.164 

47.554 

76.754 

40.422 



2, 



56,036 
14,150 
50,358 
66,800 

178.806 
22,019 

748.060 

143.555 
66,254 
37,748 

506,775 
41,611 

109.694 

116.309 
87.091 
45.566 
67.957 
39.608 
46.338 
57.895 
43.184 
58.030 

701.705 
36.214 



255.040 
127,412 
29,472 
92,563 
82,054 
43,132 
39,804 
36,094 
26,615 
50,193 
270,366 
66,198 
60.342 
V46,589 
53.120 
804,874 
43.573 
47.355 
88.979 
57,732 
33,023 
82.109 
47,027 
57,892 
76.662 
259,678 
38,077 
781.188 
146.716 
63.797 
47.490 
573,076 
39,532 
113,643 
118,700 
104,906 
56.097 
62,265 
60,408 
82,675 
119.798 
45,816 
59.164 
3^76.438 
43.930 



3. 



1940 

244,791 
130,577 
38.935 
96.904 
80.214 
51.686 
41.572 
40.013 
57.040 
51.310 
302.288 
64.094 
65,919 
47,170 
87,930 
859,100 
43.453 
47.956 
79,198 
59,061 
37,192 
85,547 
48,451 
58,490 
78,309 
267,583 
41,623 
770,816 
147,121 
62,343 
49,786 
575,901 
37,081 
110,879 
117,536 
108,401 
62,120 
71,275 
67.914 
100.899 
128.163 
41.259 
59.285 
,396.808 
41,664 



CITIES OVER 37.000 



Cicero, 111 

Cinciimati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Clcveland Heluhts, Ohio 

Clifton. N. J 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Oliio 

Corpus Christi, Trx 

Council Bluffs, Iowa.. . . 

Covington, Ky 

Cranston, R. I 

Cumberland, Md 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa 

Dayton, Ohio 

Dearborn, Mich 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moincs, Iowa 

Detroit, M ich 

DubuQue, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

Durham, N. C 

East Chicago, Ind 

East Cleveland, Ohio. . , 

East Orange, N. J 

East St. Louis, 111 

Elgin, III 

Elizabeth, N. J 

Elmira, N. Y 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pa 

Evancton, 111 

Evansville, Ind 

Everett, Mass 

Fall River, Mass 

Fitchburg, Mass 

Flint, M ich 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Fresno, Calif 

Galveston, Texas 

Gary, Ind 

Glendale. Callf 

Grand Rapidg. ^^ich. .. 
Green Bay, Wis 



1920 



44,995 

401,247 

7^6,841 

15,236 

26,470 

37.524 

31.125 

237,031 

10.522 

36.162 

57.121 

29.407 

29.837 

158.976 

56.727 

152.559 

2.470 

43,818 

256,491 

126,468 

993,678 

39,141 

98,917 

21,719 

35,967 

27,292 

50.710 

66,767 

27,454 

95,783 

45,393 

77,560 

93,372 

37,234 

85,264 

40,120 

120,485 

41,029 

91,599 

86,549 

106,482 

45,086 

44,255 

55.378 

n.536 

137.634 

31,017 



1930 



66,602 

451,160 

900,429 

50,945 

46.875 

51.581 

43.131 

290.564 

27,741 

42,048 

65.252 

42.911 

37,747 

260,475 

60,751 

200,982 

50.358 

57.510 

287,861 

142,559 

1,568,662 

41,679 

101,463 

52.037 

54,784 

39,667 

68,020 

74,347 

35,929 

114,589 

47,397 

102,421 

115,967 

63,120 

102,249 

48.424 

115,274 

40,692 

156,492 

114,946 

163,447 

52,513 

52,938 

100,426 

62,736 

168,592 

37,415 



1940 



CITIES OVER 37,000 



64,712 

455,610 

878.336 
54,992 
48,827 
62,396 
53.280 

306,087 
57,301 
41,439 
62,018 
47.085 
39.483 

294.7.34 
66,039 

210,718 
63,584 
59,305 

322,412 

159,819 

1,623,452 

43,892 

101,065 
60,195 
54,637 
39,495 
68,945 
75,609 
38,333 

109,912 
45,106 
96,810 

116,955 
65,389 
97,062 
46,784 

115,428 
41,824 

151,543 

118,410 

177,662 
60,685 
60.862 

111,719 
82,582 

164,292 
46,235 



Greensboro, N. C... . 

Hamilton, Ohio 

Ilanimond, Ind 

HamtramcU, Mich... 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conti 

Havorhill, Mass 

llazelton, Pa 

Ilighland Pari:. Mich 

High Point, N. C 

Hobokcn, N, J 

Ilolyoke, Mass 

Houston, Texas 

Huntineton, VV. Va.. 
Indianapolis, Ind.. . . 

Irvinüton, N. J 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Jamestown, N. V. . . . 
Jersey City, N. J.. . . 

Johnstown, Pa 

Joliet, 111 

Joplin, Mo 

Kalainazoo, Mich... . 
Kansas City, Kansas 
Kansas City. Mo.. . . 

Kearny, N. j 

Kenosha, Wis 

Knoxville, Tcnn 

La Crosse, Wis 

I akcwood, Ohio. . . . 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

Laredo, Texas 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lewiston, Mc 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock, Ark. . . , 
Long Beach, Caüf.. . 

Lorain, Ohio 

Los Angeles, Calif.. . 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, Mass 

Lower Merion, Fa.. . 



1920 



19,861 
39,675 
36,004 
48,615 
75,917 

138.036 
53.884 
32.277 
46.499 
14,302 
68,166 
60,203 

138.276 
50.177 

314.194 
25.480 
48,374 
22,817 
91,558 
38.917 

298.103 
67.327 
38.442 
29.902 
48,487 

101.177 

.U4.410 
26,724 
40.472 
77.818 
30,421 
41,732 
53,150 
57,327 
22,710 
94,270 
31.791 
41,534 
41,326 
54,948 
65,142 
55,593 
37,295 

576,673 

234,891 

112.759 

23,866 



1930 



53,569 
52,176 
64,560 
56,268 
80,339 

164.072 
48,710 
36.765 
52,959 
36,745 
59,261 
56.537 

292.352 

, 75.572 

^ 364.161 

56.733 

55.187 

48,282 

129.549 
45.155 

316.715 
66.993 
42.993 
33.454 
54.786 

121.857 

399,746 
40.716 
50.262 

105.802 
39.614 
70.509 
59.949 
78,397 
32.618 
85.068 
34.948 
45,736 
42,287 
75,933 
81,679 

142,032 

44.512 

1.238.048 

307,745 

100,234 
35.166 



1940 



59.319 
50,592 
70,184 
49,839 
83,893 

166,267 
46.752 
38,009 
50.810 
38.495 
50,115 
53,750 

384.514 
78 836 

386,972 
55.328 
^9,656 
O2.107 

173,065 
42.638 

301.173 
66.668 
42,365 
37.144 
54.097 

121.458 

399.178 
39,467 
48,765 

111,580 
42,707 
69.160 
61,345 
78,753 
39,274 
84,323 
38.598 
49,304 
44,711 
81,984 
88.039 

164,271 

44.125 

1,504.277 

319,077 

101,389 
39,566 



CITIES ÜVER J7,00ü 



Lynchburg, Va 

Lynn, Mass 

Macon, Ga 

Madison, Wis 

Maiden, Mass 

Manchester, N. H.. . 

Mansßeld, Ohio 

McKcesport, Pa 

Mcdford, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn 

Meridcn, Conn 

Miami, Fla 

Mllwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis, Miau... 

Mobile, Ala 

Montclair, N. J 

Montgomcry, Ala... . 

Mt. Vcrnon, N. Y.. . 

Muncic, lud 

Muskegon, Mich.. . . 

Nashville, Tenn 

Newark, N J 

New Bedford, Mass... 

New Britain, Conn.. . 

New Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn... 

New Orleans, La 

Newport News, Va.. . 

New Kochclle, N. Y.. 

Newton, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Niagara Falls, N. Y... 
Norfolk, Va 

Norristown, Pa 

North Bergen, N. j.. , 

Norwalk, Conn 

Oakland, Calif , 

Oak Park, 111 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla., 

Omaha, Nebr 

Oshkosh, Wis 

Pasadena, Calif 

Passaic. N. J 

Paterson. N. J 

Pawtucket, R. I 

Pensacola, Fla 



1920 


1930 


1940 


30,07C 


1 40,661 


44,541 


99,148 


102,320 


98,123 


52,995 


53,829 


57.865 


38,378 


57,899 


67.447 


49,103 


58,036 


58,010 


78.384 


76.834 


77,685 


27.824 


33,525 


37,154 


46,781 


54,632 


55.355 


39.038 


59,714 


63,083 


162,351 


253,143 


292,942 


29,867 


38.481 


39.494 


29,571 


110,63 7 


172.172 


457,147 


578,240 


587.472 


380.582 


464.356 


492.370 


60,777 


68.202 


78.720 


28,810 


42.017 


39.807 


43,464 


66,079 


78.084 


42.726 


61,499 


67,362 


36,524 


46,548 


49,720 


36,570 


41,390 


47,697 


118.342 


153,866 


167,402 


414.524 


442.337 


429.760 


121.217 


112,597 


110,341 


59.316 


68,128 


68,685 


44.938 


48.674 


47,638 


162.537 


162,655 


160.605 


387.219 


458,762 


494.537 


35,596 


34,417 


37,067 


36. h 3 


54.000 


58,408 


46.054 


65.276 


69.873 


,620.048 


6,930,446 


7,454,995 


50.760 


75,460 


78.029 


115,777 


129,710 


144.332 


32,319 


35,853 


38,181 


23,344 


40.714 


39,714 


27,743 


36,019 


39.849 


216.261 


284.063 


302,163 


39.858 


63.982 


66,015 


32.804 


40,272 


43,688 


91,295 


185.389 


204,424 


191.601 


214.006 


223.844 


33,162 


40,108 


39,089 


45,354 


76.086 


81.864 


63.841 


62.959 


61,394 


135.875 


138,513 


139,656 


64.248 


77.149 


75,797 


31.035 


31,579 


37.449 



CITIKS OVER 3 7.000 



1920 



Peoria, 111 

Perth Amboy, N. ].. 

Philadelphia, Fa.. . , 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittsfielfl, Mass 

Plainfield, N. J 

Pontiac, Mich 

Port Arthur, Texas. , 

Portland, Me 

Portland, üre 

Portsniüuth, Ohio. . . 

Portsmoutli, Va 

Poughkeepsie, N. V. . 

Providence, R, L. . , 

Pucblo, Colo 

Quincy, 111 

Quincy, Mass 

Racine, Wis 

Raleigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanokc, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford, 111 

Rock Island, 111 

Sacramento, Calif.. . . 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

St. Paul, Minn 

St. Petersburg, Fla.. . 

Salem, Mass 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
San Antonio, Texas. . 
San Bernardino, Calif. 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco, Calif.. 

San Jose, Calif 

Santa Monica, Calif.. 

Savannah, Ga 

Schenectady, N. Y.. . 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Sheboygan, Wis 

Shreveport, La 

Sioux City, Iowa 



76,121 
41.707 
1,823.779 
29,053 
588,343 
41,763 
2 7,700 
34,273 
22,251 
69,272 
258,288 
33,011 
54,387 
35,000 
237.595 
43,050 
35,978 
47,876 
58.593 
24,418 
107,784 
171,667 
50,842 
295,750 
65,651 
35,177 
65,908 
61,903 
77,939 
772,897 
234,698 
14,237 
42.529 
118.110 
161,379 
18,721 
74,361 
506,676 
39,642 
15,252 
83,252 
88,723 
137,783 
315,312 
30,955 
43,874 
71,227 



1930 



104,969 
43,516 
1,950,961 
48,118 
669,817 
49,677 
34.422 
64,928 
50,902 
70.810 
301,815 
42,560 
M5.704 
40,288 
252,981 
50,096 
39,241 
71.983 
67.542 
37.379 
111,171 
182,929 
69.206 
328,132 
85,864 
37.953 
93,750 
80.715 
80.935 
821.960 
271.606 
40.425 
43.353 
140,267 
231.542 
37,481 
147,995 
634,394 
57,651 
37,146 
85,024 
95,692 
143,433 
365,583 
39.251 
76.655 
79,183 



1940 

105.087 
41,242 
1.931,334 
65,414 
671,659 
49,684 
37,469 
66,626 
46,140 
73,643 
305,394 
40.466 
50.745 
40.478 
253.504 
52.162 
40,469 
75,810 
67,195 
46.897 
110,568 
193,042 
69,287 
324,975 
84.637 
42,775 
105,958 
82,794 
75,711 
816,048 
287,736 
60,812 
41,213 
149,934 
253,854 
43,646 
203,341 
634,536 
68,457 
53,500 
95.996 
87,549 
140,404 
368,302 
40,638 
98,167 
82,364 



CITIES OVER 37,000 1920 



Sioux Falls, S, Dak.. 
Somcrville, Mass.. 
South Bend, Ind.. .'. 
Spokane, VV'asli. ....', 

Springficld, 111 ' 

Springfield, Mass.. . . 

Springficld. Mo 

Springlicld, Ohio 

Stamford, Conn , 

Steubcnville, Ohio. 

Stockton, Calif ' 

Syracuse, N.Y.. ..'.,. 

Tacoma, Wash 

Tampa, Fla 

Taunton, Mass 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Ohio ' 

Topeka, Kansas. ... 

Trenton, N. J 

Troy.N.y 

Tulsa, Okla 

Union City. N. J 

Upper Darby, Pa. , . 

Utica, N. Y 

Waco, Texas. .*."..*" 

Waltham. Mass '. 

VVarren, Ohio 

Washington, D. C. 

Water bury, Conn V 

VVaterloo, Iowa 

West New York, N. J ' 
Wheeling. W Va.. . . 
White Plains.N.Y.... 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas... 

VVi kes-Üarre. Pa 

Wiliamsport, Pa 

Wilmington, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C... 

Woonsocket. RA 

Worcestpr. Mass 

Yonkers. N. Y 

York, Pa 

Young;stown, Ohio 

Zanesville, Ohio 



25.202 
yj,091 

'/o.ysj 

1ÜJ,4J7 
59.183 
129,614 
39.631 
6ü,840 
35,096 
28,508 
40.296 
171,717 
96,965 
51,608 
37,137 
66,083 
243,164 
50,022 
119,289 
71,996 
72,075 



1930 



8,956 
94,156 
38,500 
30,915 
27,050 
4J7,5 71 
91.715 
36,230 
29,926 
56.208 
21,031 
72,217 
40,079 
73,833 
36,198 

110,168 
48.395 
43,496 

179,754 

100,176 
47,512 

132,358 
29,569 



33,362 
103,908 
104.193 
115.514 
71.864 
149,900 
57.527 
68.743 
46.343 
35,422 
47,963 
209,326 
106,817 
101,161 
37,355 
62.810 
290.718 
64,120 
123,356 
72,763 
141,258 
58.659 
47,145 
101,740 
52,848 
39,247 
41,062 
486,869 
99,902 
46.191 
37,107 
61,659 
35,830 
111,110 
43,690 
86,626| 
45.729 
106,597 
75,274 
49.376 
195,311 
134,646 
55.254 
170.002 
36,440 



1940 



40,832 
102,177 
101,268 
122,001 
75,503 
149,554 
61.238 
70,662 
47,938 
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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



TROY WEICHT 

24 grains 1 pwt. 12 ounces:. . . 1 pound 

20 pwts 1 ounce 

Used for weigliing gold, silver and jewels. 

APOTHECARIES WEICHT 

20 grains 1 scruple 8 drams 1 ounce 

3 scruples .... 1 dram 12 ouncea 1 pound 

The ounco and pound in this are the sanie 

as in Troy Weight. 

AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT 

27'l^2Krains. . . 1 dram 4 quarters 1 cwt. 

16 drams .... 1 ounce 2,000 Ibs. . 1 short ton 

16 öunces 1 pound 2,240 Ibs. . . 1 long ton 

25 pounds. . 1 quarter 

DRY MEASURE 

2 pints 1 quart 4 pecks 1 bushel 

8 quarts 1 peck 36 busheis, 1 chaldron 

LIQUID MEASURE 

4gni8 1 pint 31i^gallonß..l barrel 

j Pints 1 quart 2 barreis . . 1 hogshead 

4 quarts 1 gallon 

LONC MEASURE 

12 inches 1 f oot 40 rods 1 f urlong 

y/eet. . 1 yard 8 furlongs, 1 sta. mile 

5}i yards 1 rod 3 miles 1 league 

CLOTH MEASURE 

2M inches 1 nail 4 quarters. .... 1 yard 

4 nails 1 quarter 

SQUARE MEASURE 

144 sq. inches, 1 sq. ft. 40 sq. roda. ... 1 rood 

Sn?; "•• • j-^ f"^- y^^4 4 roods 1 acre 

<iOH sq. yds. , 1 sq . rod 640 acres . . 1 sq. mile 



SURVEYOR'S MEASUKE 
7 92 i nches -= Hink 4 roda = 1 chain 

25 links = 1 rod 

10 Square chains or ITO sq. rods-l acre 
640 acres = 1 squaro mile 
36 sq. miles ti miles Bq. = l township 

CUBIC MEASURE 
1.728 cubic inches = l cubic foot 
128 cubic feet = l cord wood 

olrVV •..!'• 'n^. ^^- X^^^' ^^ ^^- ^^-"1 ton shP«. 
2.150.42 cubic inches = 1 Standard bushel 

2ti8.8cubic inches = 1 Standard gallon dry 

2:U cubic inches- 1 Standard Ballon liquid 

1 fubic foot = about four-fifths of a bushel 

1 Perch^A mass 16H ft. long.l ft. high and 13ift. 

Wide, coutaining24?i cubic feet. 

METRIC EQUIVALENTS Linear Measure 



1 centimeter= 0.3937 in. 
1 decimeter = 3.937 in. 

-0.328 feet. 
1 meter = 39.37in.- 

1.0936 yards. 
1 dekameter=1.9PS4 rods. 
1 k.ilometer= 0.62137 mile. 

SQUARE 
1 sq. centimcter= 0.1550 

Square i nches. 
1 sq. decimeter= 0.1076 

Square feet. 
1 sq. meter = 1.196 sq. yd. 
1 acre = 3.954 sq. rods. 
1 hecktar = 2.47 acres. 
1 sq, kilometer= 0.388 

sq. m. 



1 in. =2.54centimetera 
1 foot = 3.048 doci- 

meter. 
1 yard = 0.9144 

meter 
1 rod = 0.5029 deka. 
1 mile = 1.6093 kilo. 

MEASURE 

1 sq. inch = 6.452 sq, 

centimeters. 
Isq. ft.= 9.2903 

sq. decimeters. 
1 sq. yd. =0.8361 sq. mr 
Isq. rod = 0.2529 acre. 
1 acre = O.4047hektar. 
isq. meter = 2.59 8q. 

kilometers. 



WEIGHTS 

1 RTam = 0.03527 ounce. 1 ounce -28.35 prams. 

1 kiIogram = 2.204622 Ibs. 1 Ib. = 0.4536 kilogram. 
1 ntietric ton-0.9842 1 Enjrlish ton = 1.0160 

Enghsh ton. metric ton. 

APPROXIMATE METRIC EQUIVALENTS 
1 decimeter = 4 inches ,. 

1 meter = 1.1 yards. ^ liter 

1 kiiometer= ?i of mile 1 hektoHter=2."8 bu. 

1 hektare=2H acrea 1 kiloRram = 2.21bs. 

1 stere. or cu. meter- 1 metric ton =2,200 Ibs 
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Wednesday 28 



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15 iC(\x^K ^%.%^ / J 



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OCTOBER 1943 

17 i^eyn^KJc 



OCTQpER 1943 
Thuraday 21 




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Suhday 7 ^. //. 

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NOVEMCEIl 1943 



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NOVEMBER 1948 
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Monday 22 






Tuesday 23 A . A/. 



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Thursday 25 /^ )./ 
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Friday 26 P H 



Saturday 27 R^Jf, 

3 '^ ^ .-C^---^. 



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Tuosday 20 /? , ^ 



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Sunaay 5 V. H 



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UECEMBER 1948 
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71 DECEMBEH 1943 

Siinday 12 K , //. 




4 






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Saturday 18 

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|f //( DECEMBER 1943 

^ Monday 20 S, 



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DECEMBER 1943 
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Frlday 24 S.O. 



Tuesday 21 






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Wednesday 22 S.O. 



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DECEMBElt 1943 
Siinday 2C O . . 



DECEMBER 1943 
Thursday 30 S.O. 



Alonday 27 



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Tuesday 28 



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Wednesday 29 



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ADDRESSES 












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fht^^ 






V0I 





CALENDAR 1942 



JANUARY 



4 
11 
18 

25 



M 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 
20 
27 



W 



7 
14 
21 

28 



f 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



S 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 



JULY 



FEBRUARY 



1 

8 

15 

22 



M 

2 

9 

16 

23 



3 

10 
17 
24 



W 

4 
11 
13 
25 



5 
12 
19 

26 



6 
13 
20 
27 



7 
14 
21 
28 



5 
12 
19 
26 



M 



6 
13 
20 
27 



7 
14 
21 
28 



W 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
II 
IK 
25 



AUGUST 



MARCH 



S 
1 
8 
15 
22 
39 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



T 
3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
25 



JL 
5 
12 
19 
26 



S 

7 
14 
21 
28 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



M 



3 

10 

17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
23 



W 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 

20 
27 



7 
14 
21 
28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



SEPTEMBER 



6 
13 

20 
27 



M 



7 
14 
21 
28 



JL 
1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



W 



2 

9 

16» 
23 

30 



T 

3 

10 
17 
24 



4 
11 

18 
25 



5' 

rj 

26 



APRIL 



5 

12 
19 
26 



M 



6 
13 
20 
27 



7 
14 
21 
28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



_T 

2" 

9 

16 

23 

30 



S 
4- 
11 
18 
25 



MAY 



3 

10 
17 
24 
31 



M 



4 
11 
18 

25 



5 

12 
19 
K 



W 



6 
13 

20 
27 



T < F 



7 
14 
21 
28 



1 

8 
15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



OCTOBER 



s 


M 


T 


W 


T 

1 
8 


F 

2 
9 


S 


4 


5 


6 


7 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 



NOVEMBER 







JUNE 






s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


.... 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 











S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


/ 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


2» 


29 


30 






















DECEMBER 





6 

13 

20 
27 



M 



7 
14 
21 

28 



T , W I T F I S 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 

10 
17 
24 
Jl 



4 
11 
18 
25 



.■5 

12 
l<j 
20 



CALENDAR 1944 



JANUARY 


JULY 


S 


MTW 


__T 


_J? 


s 

1 

8 
15 
22 
39 


S 


M T 


W T 


__F 


S 


2 

9 

16 

33 

30 


3 4 
10 11 
17 18 
34 25 
31 .. 


5 
12 
19 
36 


6 

13 
20 
27 


1 
14 
31 
38 


3 

9 

16 

33 

30 


3 4 
10 11 
17 18 
24 25 
31 .. 


"s 

13 

19 
36 


C 
13 

20 
37 


'5 
14 
31 

38 


1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


FEBRUARY 

■ ■ * ' 


AUGUST 


5 M T 

1 

6 7 8 
13 14 15 
20 21 22 
27 28 29 


W 

3 

9 

16 

23 


T 

3 

10 
17 
24 


F 

4 
11 

18 
35 


S 

5 
12 
19 
26 


S 


M 


T 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 


W 

3 

9 

16 

33 

30 


T 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


F 

' ' 4 
11 
18 
35 


S 

5 
12 

19 

26 


6 
13 

30 

37 


7 
14 
21 
28 


MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 


S M T 


W 
1 
8 
15 
33 
39 


T 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


F 

3 
10 
17 
34 
31 


S 

4 
11 
18 
35 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

1 

8 

15 

33 

39 


S 

2 
9 

16 
23 
30 


5 6 7 
12 13 14 
19 20 21 
26 37 28 


3 

10 
17 
34 


4 
11 
18 

25 


5 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 
30 

37 


'7 
14 
21 
28 


APRIL 


OQTOBER 


S M T 


W 


T 


F 


S 
1 

8 
15 
22 
39 


S 

1 

8 
15 
22 
39 

J — _^. ■■■■••,.■.■,■■■■,.... 


M 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


T 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


W 

4 
11 
18 

25 


T 

5 
12 
19 
26 


F 

6 
13 
30 
37 


S 

7 
14 
21 

28 


3 3 4 

9 10 11 

16 17 18 

23 24 25 

30 


5 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 
27 


7 
14 
21 
28 


MAY. 


NOVEMBER 


s u 
... 1 

. 7 i 
14 15 
21 22 
28 29 


1 T 

3 

t 9 

16 

23 

30 


W 
3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


T 
4 
11 
18 
25 


F 

5 
12 
19 
26 


S 

6 
13 
20 
37 


S 


M 


T 


W 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


T F 

9 1 


S 
4 
11 
18 
25 


5 
13 
19 
36 


6 
13 
20 
27 


7 

14 
21 

28 


9 
16 
23 

30 


10 
17 
34 


JUNE 


DECEMBER 


S M 


T 


W 


T 
1 
8 
15 
22 
39 


F 
2 

9 
16 
23 
30 . 


S 
3 

10 
17 
34 


S 


M. 


T 


W 


T 


F 

1 

8 

15 

33 

29 


S 
2 

9 
16 
23 
30 


4 5 
11 12 
18 19 
25 36 




6 
13 

20 

27 


7 
14 
21 
28 


3 

10 
17 
24 
31 . 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 ' 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 
27 


"i 

14 
21 
23 

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JUNIOR 

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for 



1944 



With 

WORLD MAPS 

PERSONAL CASH ACCOUNT 

POPULATION OF CITIES 

and 
Other Valuable Information 



Published Annually 



IDENTIFICATION 



Name 
Address 




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Tel. No. 



In Gase of Accident or Serious Illtiesa, Pleaae 
Nütify by^relegraph or Telephone 




PERSONAL 

soc. See. ^o./.^fr:/f:'.ffi^ P 

Size of Hat .*?/ fh Collar 

Size of Shirt V./. Sleeve Lengtli 

Size of Gloves.^t^Shoes/'^.^'^ ö 

.^ , . /No. of Gase 

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AUTOMOBILE DESCRIPTION 




Make . 

Body Type.V . f^ y ^f . . 



Engino No..'*77 .7/ f?.Serial No 

1'itle No Weight 

H.P...ri..*-^. Year.//f^... 

License No. . .i. ''..Cl. . .State. .^.\ .nT, 



My Driver's License No. is, 



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• • • • • 



special Equipment. 



(tIuialIUx^ 



STATES AND THEIR CAPITALS 



State 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Conniftiiut. . . . 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

lliinuia 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisi ma 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massach US»'! is. 

Michii;an 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nj'vada 

New Hanipsliiit 

New Jersey .... 
New Me.xico. , . 

N?w York 

North Carolina 
North Dakota. . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania. . 
Rhode Island . 
South Carolina 
South Dakota . 

Tennossce 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

VVashinRton.. . . 
West Virtrinii 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Census 
1940 



2,8J2,y61 
499,261 
1,949.387 
6,907,387 
1,123,296 
1,709,242 
266,505 
1,897,414 
3,123,723 

524.873 
7,897,241 
3.427,796 
2,538,268 
1,801.028 
2.845.627 
2,363,880 

847,226 
1,821.244 
4,316,721 
5.256,106 
2.792,300 
2,183,796 
3,784,664 

559,456 
1,315,834 

110,247 

491,524 
4,160,165 

531,818 

13,479,142 

3,571,623 

641,935 
6,907,612 
2,336,434 
1.089,684 
9.900,180 

713.346 
1.899.804 

642.961 
2,915.841 
6,414.824 

550.310 

359,231 
2.677.773 
1.736.1Q1 
1.901.974 
3.137,587 

250,742 



Capital 



Montgoniery 

l'hoenix 

Little Rock 

Sacramento 

Denver 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallahasscc 

Atlanta 

Ilüise 

Springfield 

Indiunapolia 

Des Müines 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

Baton Rouge 

Augusta 

AnnapoHs 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

Jefl'erson City 

Helena 

Lincoln 

Carson City 

Concord 

Trenton 

Santa Fe 
Albany 

Raleigh 

Bisniarck 

Columbus 

Oklahoma City 

Salem 

Ilarrisburg 

Providcnce 

Columbia 

Pierre 

Nashville 

Austin 

Salt Lake City 

Montpelier 

Richmond 

OIvmpia 

Charleston 

Mndison 

Cheyenne 



Admitted 
to Union 



Dcc. 

Feb. 

June 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

July 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

June 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

p-eb. 

Jan. 

May 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

June 

Dec. 

Jan. 

July 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Dec. 



15, 
9. 
1. 
9. 



14, 1819 
14, 1912 
1836 
1850 
1876 
1788 
7, 1787 
3, 1845 
1788 
1890 
1818 
1816 
1846 
1861 
1792 
1812 
1820 
1788 
1788 
1837 
1858 
1817 
1821 
1889 
1867 
1864 
1788 
1787 
1912 
1788 
1789 
1889 
1803 
1907 
1859 
1787 



2. 

3. 

3, 

11. 

28. 
29, 

1. 
30, 

15. 

28, 
6, 

26, 

11. 

10, 

10. 
8. 
1. 

31. 

21. 

18. 
6, 

26, 

21, 
2. 

19, 

16, 

14, 
__-. 12, .._. 
May 29, 1790 
May 23, 1788 
Nov. 2, 1889 
June 1, 1796 
Dec. 29, 1845 
Jan. 4. 

Mar. 4. 

.Tune 26, 1788 
Nov. 11, 1889 
Tune 20, 1863 
May 29. 1848 
July 11. 1890 



1896 
1791 



CENSUS OF CITIES 
1940 U. S. Census 



CITIES OVER 37.000 



Akren, Ohio 

Albany, N. Y 

Alhambra, Calif 

Allentown. Pa 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarillo, Tex 

Anderson. Ind 

Arlington. Mass 

Arlington, Va 

Asheville, N.C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J... 

Augusta. Ga 

Aurora, 111 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Md 

Battle Creek, Mich.. 

Bay City, Mich 

Bayonne. N. J 

Beaumont, Texas. . . 

Belvederc. Calif 

Berkeley, Calif 

Berwyn, 111 

Bethlehem. Pa 

Binghamton. N. Y.. . 

Birmingham, Ala.. . . 

Bloomfield, N. J 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn. .. . 

Brockton, Mass 

Brookline. Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Butte, Mont 

Cambridge, Mass. ... 

Camden, N. J , 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. . 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston. W. Va 

Charlotte. N. C , 

Chattanoopa, Tenn.. . 

Chelsea. Mass 

ehester. Pa 

Chicago. 111 

Chlcopee. Mass 



1920 



208,435 

113.344 

9.096 

73.502 

60.331 

15.494 

29.767 

18.665 

16.040 

28,504 

200,616 

50,707 

52,548 

36,397 

34,876 

733.826 

36.164 

47.554 

76.754 

40.422 



1930 



56.036 
14.150 
50.358 
66.800 
178.806 
22.019 
748.060 
143.555 
66,254 
37,748 
506,775 
41.611 
109,694 
116,309 
87.091 
45,566 
67.957 
39,608 
46,338 
57.895 
43.184 
58,030 
2,701,705 
36.214' 



3, 



255.040 
127.412 
29.472 
92,563 
82,054 
43,132 
39,804 
36.094 
26.615 
50.193 
270,366 
66.198 
60,342 
46.589 
53.120 
804,874 
43,573 
47,355 
88,979 
57,732 
33,023 
82,109 
47,027 
57,892 
76,662 
259,678 
38.077 
781,188 
146.716 
63.797 
47,490 
573,076 
39,532 
113,643 
118,700 
104.906 
56,097 
62,265 
60.408 
82,675 
119,798 
45.816 
59.164 
376.438 
43.930 



1940 

244.791 
130.577 
38,935 
96.904 
80.214 
51.686 
41.572 
40.013 
57.040 
51.310 
302.288 
64,094 
65,919 
47,170 
87,930 
859.100 
43,453 
47,956 
79,198 
59,061 
37,192 
85,547 
48.451 
58,490 
78,309 
267,583 
41,623 
770,816 
147,121 
62.343 
49,786 
575,901 
37,081 
110,879 
117.536 
108.401 
62,120 
71.275 
67.914 
100.899 
128.163 
41.259 
59.285 
,396.808 
41,664 



CITIES OVER 37.000 



1920 



Cicero, III 

Cincinnati. Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Cleveland ileiglits, Ohio. 

Clifton. N. J 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Cliristi, Tox 

Council Bluffs, Iowa.. . . 

Covington, Ky 

Cranston, R. I 

Cumbcrland, Md 

Dallas. Texas 

Davenport, Iowa 

Dayton, Ohio 

Dearbüin, Mich 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moincs, Iowa , 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

Durham. N. C 

East Chicago, Ind 

East Cleveland, Ohio, . ,. 

East Orange. N. J 

East St. Louis, 111 

Elgin, 111 

Elizabeth, N. J 

Elmira, N. Y 

El Paso, Texas 

Erie. Pa 

Evanston, 111 

Evansvillc, Ind 

Everett, Mass 

Fall River, Mass 

Fitchburg, Mass 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Wayne. Ind 

Fort Worth. Texas 

Fresno, Calif 

Galveston, Texas 

Gary. Ind 

Glendale. Calif 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay, Wis 



44,095 
401,247 
796,841 
15,236 
26,470 
37,524 
31,125 
237,031 
10,522 
36,162 
57,121 
29,407 
29,837 
158.976 
56,727 
152,559 
2,470 
43,818 
256.491 
126,468 
993,678 
39,141 
98,917 
21,719 
35,967 
27,292 
50,710 
66,767 
27,454 
95,783 
45,393 
77,560 
93,372 
37,234 
85.264 
40,120 
120.485 
41,029 
91,599 
86.549 
106.482 
45.086 
44,255 
55,378 
1 ^536 
137,634 
31,017' 



1930 



66,602 
451,160 
900,429 
50,945 
46,875 
51.581 
43,131 

290,564 
27,741 
42,048 
65,252 
42,911 
37,747 

260.475 
60,751 

200,982 
50,358 
57,510 

287,861 

142,559 

1,568,662 

41,679 

101,463 
52,037 
54,784 
39,667 
68,020 
74,347 
35,929 

114,589 
47,397 

102,421 

115,967 
63,120 

102,249 
48,424 

115,274 
40,692 

156,492 

114,946 

163,447 
52,513 
52,938 

100,426 
62,736 

168,592 
37,415 



1940 



64.712 
455,610 

878,336 
54.992 
48,827 
62,396 
53,280 
306,087 
57,301 
41,439 
62,018 
47,085 
39,483 
294,734 
66,039 
210,718 
63,584 
59,305 
322,412 
159,819 
1,623,452 
43,892 
101,065 
60,195 
54,63 7 
39,495 
68,945 
75,609 
38.333 
109,912 
45,106 
96,810 
116,955 
65,389 
97.062 
46,784 
115,428 
41,824 
151,543 
118,410 
177,662 
60,685 
60,862 
111,719 
82,582 
164,292 
46.235 



CITIES OVER 37,000 



Greensboro, N. C... . 

Hamilton, Ohio 

Ilainniond, Ind 

Ilamtramck, Mich... 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Haverhill, Mass 

Hazelton, Pa 

HlKhland Park, Mich 

High Point, N. C... . 

Ilobüken, N. J 

Holyoke, Mass 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W. Va. . 

Indianapolis, Ind.. . . 

Irvington, N. J 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Jamestown, N. V. .. . 
Jersey City, N. J.. . . 

Johnstown, Pa 

Joliet. 111 

Joplin, Mo 

Kalamazoo, Mich... . 

Kansas City, Kansas. 
Kansis City, Mo.. . . 

Kearny, N. j 

Kenosha, Wis 

Knoxville, Tenn 

La Crosse, Wis 

I akewood, Ohio 

Laucaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

Laredo, Texas , 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lewiston, Me 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock, Ark.. . .. 
Long Bcach, Calif.. . . 

Lorain, Ohio 

Los Angeles, Calif.. . . 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, Mass 

Lower Merion, Pa.. . . 



1920 



19,861 
39,675 
36,004 
48,615 
75,917 
138,036 
53,884 
32,277 
46,499 
14,302 
68,166 
60,203 
138,276 
50,177 
314,194 
25,480 
48,374 
22,817 
91,558 
38,917 
298.103 
67,327 
38,442 
29,902 
48,487 
101,177 
324,410 
26,724 
40,472 
77,818 
30.421 
41,732 
53,150 
57,327 
22,710 
94,270 
31,791 
41,534 
41,326 
54,948 
65,142 
55,593 
37,295 
576,673 
234,891 
112,759 
23.866 



1930 



53,569 
52,176 
64,560 
56,268 
80,339 

164,072 
48,710 
36,765 
52,959 
36,745 
59,261 
56,537 

292,352 
75,572 

364,161 
56,733 
55,187 
48,282 

129,549 
45,155 

316,715 
66,993 
42,993 
33,454 
54,786 

121,857 

399,746 
40,716 
50,262 

105,802 
39,614 
70.509 
59,949 
78.397 
32.618 
85,068 
34,948 
45,736 
42,287 
75,933 
81,679 

142,032 

44.512 

1,238.048 

307.745 

100.234 
35,166 



1940 

59,319 
50,592 
70,184 
49,839 
83,893 

166.267 
46,752 
38,009 
50,810 
38,495 
50,115 
53.750 

384,514 
78,836 

386,972 
55,328 
49,656 
62,107 

173,065 
42,638 

301,173 
66,668 
42,365 
37,144 
54,097 

121,458 

399,178 
39,467 
48,765 

111,580 
42.707 
69,160 
61,345 
78,753 
39,274 
84,323 
38.598 
49,304 
44,7H 
81,984 
88,039 

164,271 

44.125 

,504,277 

319,077 

101,389 

39,566 



ein HS ÜVEK 37.000 



Lynchburg, Va 

Lynn, Mass 

Macon, Ga 

Madisun, VVts 

Maiden, Mass 

Manchester, N. IL. . . 

Mansfield, Ohio 

McKee.sport, l'a 

Medford, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn 

Meriden, Conn 

Miami, Kla 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis, Minn.. . . 

Mobile, Ala 

Montclair, N. J 

Montgomery, Ala 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y.. . . 

Muncic, Ind 

Muskegon, Mich 

Nashville, Tcnn 

Newark, N J 

New Bedford, Mass... 
New Britain, Conn.. . 

New Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn.. . . 

New Orleans, La 

Newport News, Va.... 
New Kochclie, N. Y.. 

Newton, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Niagara Falls, N. Y... 

Norfolk, Va 

Norristown, Pa 

;North Bergen, N. J.. . 

INorwalk, Conn 

Oakland, Caiif , 

Oak Park, 111 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Omaha, Nebr 

Oshkosh, Wis 

Pasadcna, Calif 

Passaic, N. J 

Paterson, N. J 

Pawtucket, R. I 

Pcnsacola, Fla 



1920 


1930 


30.070 


40,661 


99,148 


102,320 


52,995 


53,829 


38,378 


57.899 


49,103 


58.036 


78,384 


76.834 


27.824 


33,525 


46,781 


54.632 


39,038 


59.714 


162.351 


253.143 


29,867 


38,481 


29,571 


110,637 


457,147 


578.249 


380,582 


464.356 


60.777 


68.202 


28.810 


42,017 


43,464 


66,079 


42.726 


61.499 


36,524 


46,548 


36,570 


41,390 


118,342 


153,866 


414.524 


442.337 


121.217 


112.597 


59,316 


68.128 


44,938 


48.674 


162,537 


162,655 


387,219 


458,762 


35,596 


34,417 


36.213 


54,000 


46,054 


65,276 


.620,048 


6,930,446 


50,760 


75,460 


115,777 


129.710 


32.319 


35.853 


23,344 


40,714 


27,743 


36,019 


216.261 


284,063 


39.858 


63,982 


32.804 


40,272 


91.295 


185,389 


191.601 


214,006 


33.162 


40,108 


45.354 


76,086 


63,841 


62,959 


135.875 


138.513 


64.248 


77.149 


31.035 


31.579 



1940 



44.541 

98.123 

57.865 

67,447 

58,010 

77,685 

37,154 

55,355 

63.083 

292.942 

39,494 

172,172 

587,472 

492.370 

78,720 

39,807 

78,084 

67,362 

49,720 

47,697 

167,402 

429,760 

110,341 

68,685 

47,638 

160.605 

494.537 

37,067 

58,408 

69,873 

7,454,995 

78,029 

144.332 

38.181 

39,714 

39.849 

302,163 

66,015 

43.688 

204.424 

223,844 

39,089 

81.864 

61.394 

139,656 

75,797 

37,449 



CITIES OVER 37,000 



Peoria, 111 

Perth Amboy, N J.. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittsfieid, Mass 

Plainfield, N. J 

Pontiac, Mich 

Port Arthur, Texas . . 

Portland, Me 

Portland, Ore 

Portsmouth, Ohio. . . 

Ports mouth, Va 

Poughketpsio, N. Y.. 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Quincy, 111 

Quincy, Mass 

Racine, Wis 

Ruhigh, N. C 

Readinn, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester. N. Y 

Rockford, lil 

Rock Island, 111.. . . . 
Sacramento, Calif, . . . 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

St. Paul, Minn 

St. Petersburg, Fla.. . 

Salem. Mass 

Salt Lake City, Utali 
San Antonio, Texus. . 
San Bernard ino, Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco, Calif.. 

San Jose, Calif 

Santa Monica, Calif.. 

Savannah, Ga 

Schenettady, N. Y.. . 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle. Wasli.. 

Sheboygan, Wis 

Shreveport, La 

Sioux City, Iowa. . . . 



1920 



76.121 

41.707 

1.823.779 

29.053 

588,343 
41,763 
27,700 
34,273 
22,251 
69.272 

258,288 
33.011 
54.387 
35.000 

237,595 
43,050 
35,978 
47,876 
58,593 
24.418 

107,784 

171,607 
50,842 

295,750 
65,651 
35,177 
65.908 
61.903 
77,939 

772,897 

234,698 
14,237 
42,529 

118,110 

161,379 
18,721 
74,361 

506,676 
39,642 
15,252 
83,252 
88,723 

137,783 

315,312 
30,955 
43,874 
71,227 



1930 



104,969 

43,516 

1,950,961 

48,118 

669,817 

49,677 

34.422 

64,928 

50,902 

70,810 

301,815 

42.560 

45,704 

40,288 

252,981 

50,096 

39,241 

71,983 

67,542 

37,379 

111,171 

182,929 

69,206 

328,132 

85.864 

37,953 

93,750 

80.715 

80.935 

821,960 

271,606 

40,425 

43,353 

140,267 

231,542 

37,481 

147,995 

634,394 

57,651 

37,146 

85,024 

95,692 

143,433 

365,583 

39,251 

76,655 

79.183 



1940 

105,087 

41,242 

1,931,334 

65,414 

671,659 
49,684 
37,469 
66,626 
46,140 
73,643 

305,394 
40,466 
50,745 
40.478 

253,504 
52,162 
40.469 
75.810 
67,195 
46,897 

110.568 

193.042 
69,287 

324.975 
84,637 
42,775 

105.958 
82.794 
75.711 

816.048 

287.736 
60,812 
41.213 

149.934 

253,854 
43,646 

203,341 

634,536 
68,457 
53,500 
95,996 
87,549 

140,404 

368,302 
40,638 
98,167 
82,364 



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Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

Somerville, Mass 

South Bend, lad 

Spokanc, VV'asli 

SpringCH-ld, 111 

Springfield, Mass 

Spriiigru'ld, Mo 

Springfield, Ohio 

Statnford, Conti 

Steubenvillc, Ohio 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracusf, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Tainpa, Fla 

Taunton, Mass 

Tcrrc Haute, lud , 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topcka, Kansas 

Trentoti, N. J 

Troy, N. Y 

Tulsa, Okla 

Union City. N. J 

Upper Darby, l'a 

Utica, N. Y 

Waco, Texas 

Waltham, Mass 

Warrcn, (»liio 

Washington, D. C 

VVaterbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

West New York, N. J 

Wheelir.B. W Va 

White IMains, N. Y 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkes- Barre, Pa 

Williamsport, Pa •. . . . 

Wilinington, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Woonsockct, K. I 

Worcester, Mass 

Yonkcrs, N. Y 

York, Pa 

Younßstown, Ohio 

Zanesville, Ohio 



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y.i,üyi 

7U.983 

lUt,4.>7 
.S'A18J 

129.614 
39.6 Jl 
60.8-10 
35,096 
28,50« 
40.296 

171,717 
96,965 
51,608 
37,137 
66.083 

243.164 
50.022 

119.289 
71.996 
72,075 



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8.956 
94,156 
38.500 
30.915 
27,050 

437,571 
91,715 
36,230 
29,926 
56.208 
21,031 
72.217 
40.079 
73.833 
36.198 

110.168 
48.395 
43.496 

179,754 

100.176 
47.512 

132,358 
29,569 



33.362 

103.908 

104,193 

115,514 

71,864 

149,900 

57.527 

68,743 

46.343 

35.422 

47,963 

209,326 

106,317 

101,161 

37,355 

62,810 

290.718 

64,120 

123.356 

72.763 

141.258 

58.659 

47,145 

101,740 

52,848 

39,247 

41,062 

486.869 

99,902 

46.191 

37,107 

61,659 

35,830 

111,110 

43,690 

86,626 

45,729 

106.597 

75,274 

49,376 

195.311 

134.646 

55.254 

170,002 

36.4401 



1940 



40,832 

102.177 

101,268 

122,001 
75.503 

149,554 
61,238 
70,662 
47,938 
37,651 
54,714 

205.967 

109,408 

108,391 
37,395 
62,693 

282,349 
67,833 

124,697 
70,304 

142,157 
56,173 
56,883 

100,518 
55,982 
40,020 
42,837 

663,091 
99,314 
51,743 
39,439 
61.099 
40,327 

114 966 
45,112 
86,236 
44,355 

112,504 
79,815 
49,303 

193,694 
142,598 

56,712 

167,720 

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TROY WEICHT 

24 grains 1 pwt. 12 ouncee.. . . 1 pound 

20 pwts 1 ounco 

Used for weighing pold, silver and je weis. 

APOTIIECARIES WEICHT 

20 Krains. ... 1 scruple 8 drains 1 ounce? 

3 scruples .... 1 dram 12 ounces. ... 1 pound 
The ouiue and pound in this are the sanie 

asin Troy Wcight. 

AVOIRDUPOIS WEICHT 

27'l!,<)grain8. . . 1 dram 4 quarters 1 cwt. 

IG drama. ... 1 ounce 2,000 Ibs.. 1 short ton 

16 ounces. ... 1 pound 2,240 Ibs. . . 1 long ton 

25 poundö. .1 quarter 

DRY MEASURE 

2 pints 1 quart 4 pecks 1 bushel 

8 quarts 1 peck 36 busheis, 1 chaldron 

LIQUID MEASURE 

4 gills 1 pint 313^ gallons. . 1 barrel 

2 pints 1 quart 2 barreis . . 1 hogshead 

4 quarts 1 gallon 

LONG MEASURE 

12 inches 1 foot 40 rods 1 furiong 

3 feet 1 yard 8 furlongs, 1 ata. niile 

5^2 yards 1 rod 3 miles 1 league 

CLOTH MEASURE 

2}4 inches 1 nail 4 quarters.. . . ,1 yard 

4 nails 1 quarter 

SQUARE MEASURE 

144 sq. inches, 1 sq. ft. 40 sq. rods. ... 1 rood 

9 sq. ft 1 sq. yard 4 roods 1 acrc 

303^^ sq. yds., 1 eq. rod 640 acrea . . 1 sq. milo 



SURVEYOR'S MEASURE 
7.92 inches- 1 link 4 roüs^l chain 

25 links = 1 rod 

10 Square chains or 160 sq. ro<la = l acre 
640 acres = l squaro mile 
36 sq. miles 6 miles sq. =1 township 

CUBIC MEASURE 
1.728 cubic inche8 = 1 cubic foot 
128 cubic feet =--^ 1 oord wood 
27 cu. ft.-l cu. yard. 40 cu. f t. = 1 ton shpg. 
2,150.42 cubic inches = 1 Standard bushel 
2t)S.8 cubic inches = l Standard gallon dry 
231 cubic inches = 1 Standard fifallon liquid 
1 cubic foot^about four-fiftha of a bushel 
1 Perch-A mass 16'^ ft. lonp, 1 ft. high and 1^4 ft. 
Wide, containing 24 K cubic feet. 

METRIC EQUIVALENTS Linear Measure 



1 centimeter = 0.3937 in. 
1 decimeter = 3.937 in. 

= 0.328 feet. 
1 meter = 39.37 in.- 

1.0936 yards. 
1 dekameter= 1.9884 rods. 
1 kilometer = 0.62137 mile. 

SQUARE 
1 sq. centimeter = 0.1550 

Square inches. 
1 sq. decimeter-- 0.1076 

Square feet. 
1 sq. meter =1.196 sq. yd. 
1 sq. dekamcter=»3.954 

sq. rods. 
1 hecktar=-2.47 acres. 
1 sq. kilometer" 0.386 

sq. m. 



1 in, =2.54centimeter8 
1 foot = 3.048 deci- 

meter. 
1 yard -0.9144 

moLer. 
1 rod -0.5029 deka. 
1 mile -1. 6093 kilo. 

MEASURE 

1 sq. inch^ 6.452 sq. 

centimeters. 
1 sq. ft.-9.29()3 

sq. decimeters, 
1 sq. yd. =0.8361 sq. mr. 
1 sq. rod = 0.2529 sq. 

acka. 
1 acre = 0.4047 hektar. 
1 sq. mile=-2.59Bq. 

kilomcters. 



WEIGHTS 

1 Kram = 0.03527 ounco. 1 ounce = 28.35 (frams. 

1 kilogram = 2.204022 Ibs. 1 Ib. =0.4536 kilogram. 
1 metric ton -0.9842 1 English ton- 1.0160 

English ton. metric ton. 

APPROXIMATE METRIC EQUIVALENTS 

1 docimeter-4 inches . ,., M.06 qt. liquid 

1 meter = 1.1 yards. 1 iiter= ^o.9qt. dry 

1 kilometer= H of mile 1 Hektoliter =2.8 bu. 

1 hektare=254 acres 1 kilopram = 2.2lbs. 

1 stere. or cu. meter« 1 metric ton =^2,200 Iba. 
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JANUARY 




JULY 


3 


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17 


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18 


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21 


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26 


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28 


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25 


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8 


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15 


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22 


23 


24 


25 


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13 


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15 


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17 


12 


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17 


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18 


19 


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21 


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24 


19 


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21 


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24 


35 


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32 


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27 


28 


39 


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DECEMBER | 




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STATES AND THEIR CAPITALS 



^ 1 


Ccn; US 




Adnmted 


State 


2,8JJ,961 


Capital 


to l'nion 


Alabama 


MontKümery 


D.-c. 14, 1819 


Aritona 


499.261 


l'hoenix 


l-eb. 14. 1912 


Ai'icansus 


1.949.387 


Linie Rock 


June IS. 1836 


California 


(,.'>()l,i»l 


Sacrameuto 


Sept. 9. 1850 


Colorado 


1,123.296 


Denver 


Aug. 1. 1876 


Connecticut. . . . 


1.; 09.242 


llaitlord 


J.-n. 9, 1788 


Delaware 


266,505 


Dover 


Dec. 7, 1787 


Flori'la 


],S'>7,414 


Tallahaasce 


Mar. 3. 1845 


Gi-()r«ia 


3.123.723 


Atlanta 


Jan. 2, 1788 


1(1 iho 


521.873 
7. .'■97,2 4 t 
3.1.'/.7V>6 


I^oisp 

Spriußfield 

Induuiapolia 


July 3, 1890 


Illinc.ifl 


Uoc. 3, 1818 


Indiana 


Dcc. 11. 1816 


Iowa 


2.5 38,268 


Des Moincs 


Dec. 28. 1846 


Kansas 


1,801.028 


Topcka 


Jan. 29. 1861 


Kentucky 


2.8 45.62 7 


I'>ankfort 


June 1. 1792 


Louisi'ina 


2.363.880 


IJaton Rouge 


Apr. 30. 1812 


Maine 


847,226 


Aup.wsta 


Mar. 15, 1820 


Maryland 


1.821,244 


Annapolis 


Apr. 28. 1788 


MasiaciiusKt.s. 


4..^ 16.7 21 


Boston 


I<>b. 6. 1788 


MichiRiui 


5,256,106 


Lansing 


Jan. 26, 1837 


Minnesota 


2.792,300 


.St. Paul 


May 11. 1858 


Mi-^sissiijpi 


2.183.796 


Jackson 


D»c. 10, 1817 


Missouri 


3.784,664 


JefTerson City 


Aug. 10, 1821 


Moiitiin 


55'),45f) 


Helena 


Nov. 8, 1889 


Nebraska 


1,315,834 


L-inco!n 


Mar. 1, 1867 


Nevada 


110.247 


Carson City 


Oct. 31. 1864 


New Ilaiiipsliiri 


491.524 


Cüucord 


June 21. 1788 


New Jersey .... 


4,160,165 


I'renton 


Dec. 18. 1787 


New Mexico. . . 


531,818 


J^anta Fe 


Jan. 6. 1912 


New York 


13,! 79,1 42 


Albany 


July 26, 1788 


North Carolina 


3.571.623 


Rnlcigh 


.\ov. 21, 1789 


North Dakota. . 


641,935 


liismarck 


Nov. 2. 1889 


Ohio 


6,907,612 
2,536,434 


Columhus 
Oklahoma City 


Feb. 19, 1803 


OklalicMna 


Nov. 16, 1907 


Oresjon 


1.089,684 


Sali m 


Feb. 14. 1859 


Pennsylvania, . 


9,900.180 


Ilarriüburg 


Dec. 12. 1787 


Rhode iHlaiid . 


713.346 


Providence 


May 29, 1790 


South Carolina 


1,899.804 


Columbia 


May 23. 1788 


South Dakota . 


642.961 


J'icrre 


Nov. 2. 1889 


Tennessee 


2.915.841 


N'ashville 


June 1. 1796 


Texas 


6,414,824 


Austin 


Dec. 29. 1845 


Utah 


550,310 
359,231 


bait Lake City 
Mnntpelier 


Jan. 4. 1896 


Vermont 


Mar. 4. 1791 


Virginia 


2,677,773 


T?trhirnnd 


June 26. 178£ 


Washinßton. . . . 


1,736.101 


OlvrTipia 


Nov. 11. 1889 


West Virtiinia . . 


1.001.974 


Chnrleaton 


Tun» 20. 1863 


Wisconsin 


3,137.587 


ATndiFon 


May 29. 1«43 


Wyomintf 


250,742 'Chcyenne 


July 11, 1890 



CENSUS ÜF tITlES 
1940 U. S. Census 



crriKs ovER 37.000 



1920 



1930 



Akron, Ohio 208,435 

Albany. N. V 113.344 

Alhamhia. Calif 9.096 

Allentown. Pa 73.502 

Altoona, Pa 60,331 

Amarillo, Tex 15,491 

Anderson. Ind 29.767 

Arlinijton, Mass 18,665 

Arlington, Va 16.040 

Ashcville. N.C 28,504 

Atlanta. Ga 200.616 

Atlantic City, N. J 50.707 

Augusta, Ga 52.548 

Aurora. 111 36,397 

Austin. Te.xas 34.876 

Baltimore, Md 733,826 

Battle Crcek. Mich 36.164 

Bav City. Mich 47,551 

Bayonne. N. J 76,754 

Beaumont, Texas 40.422 

Bclvedere, Calif.. '. 

Berkeley. Calif 56.036 

Bmvyn. 111 14.150 

Bethlehem. Pa 50.35« 

Binghamton. N. Y 66,800 

Birmingliam. Ala 178.806 

Bloomfield. N. J 22,019 

Boston, Mass 748.060 

Rridgoport, Conn 143,5.^5 

Brockton, Mass 66,254 

Brookline, Mass 37,748 

Bnffalo, N. Y 506.775 

Butte, Mont 41,611 

Cambridßf. Mass 100.694 

Cnmden, N. J 116.309 

Canton. Oliio 87.091 

Cfcdar Uapids. Iowa 45,366 

Charlopton, S. C ^'7.957 

Charleston, VV. Va 39.608 

Charlotte, N. C 46.338 

Chattanoo"a, Tenn 57. 80s 

Chelsea. 'NTass 41.1?4 

ehester, Pa S«.0'0 

Chicaco, III \^'''VA?. 

Chicopt^c, Mass • 36.214 



1940 



255 040 
127.412 
29.472 
92.563 
82,054 
43.132 
39.804 
36,094 
26,615 
50.193 
2 70.366 
66.198 
60,342 
46,589 
53.120 
804,874 
43,573 
47,355 
88.979 
57,732 
33,023 
82,109 
47.027 
5 7,892 
76,662 
259,678 
38,077 
781,188 
146,716 
63,797 
47.490 
573,076 
39.532 
113,643 
118.700 
104.906 
56.097 
62.265 
60.408 
82.675 
119,798 
45,816 
50.164 
3,376,438 
43,930 



244,791 

130,577 
38,935 
96,904 
80.214 
51.686 
41,572 
40,013 
57,040 
51.310 

302 288 
64.094 
65.919 
47,170 
87.930 

859,100 
43,453 
47,956 
79,198 
59,061 
37.192 
85.547 
48,451 
58.490 
78.309 

267.583 

41.623 

770.816 

147,121 

62,343 

49,786 

575,901 

37.081 

110.879 

117,536 

108,401 

62,120 

71,275 

67,914 

100,899 

128,163 

41,259 

59.285 

3,396.808 

41,664 



CITIES OVER 37.000 






Cicero, III 

Cincinnati. Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Cleveland Ileighta, Ohio. , 

Clifton. N. J 

Columbia, S. C , 

Coiumbus, Ca 

Colutnbus. Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Council BlutTs, Iowa 

Covington. Ky 

Cranston. R. I 

Cuinbprhuid, Md 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa 

Dayton. Ohio 

Dearborn. Mich 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moincs, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuquc. Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

Durham. N. C 

East Chicago, Ind 

East Clevcland, Ohio 

East Orange. N. J 

East St. Louis. 111 

Elgin, III 

Elizabeth. N. J 

Elmira, N. Y 

EI Paso, Texas 

Erie, Pa 

Evanston, 111 

Evansville. Ind 

Everett, Mass 

Fall River, Mass 

Fitchburg. Mass 

Flint. Mich 

Fort Wayne. Ind 

Fort Worth. Texas 

Fresno, Calif 

Galveston. Texas 

Gary. Ind 

Glendale. Calif 

Grand Rapids. Mich 

Green Bay. Wis 



1920 



44,995 

401,247 

796,841 

15,236 

26.470 

37,524 

31,125 

237.031 

10.522 

36,162 

57,121 

29.407 

29.837 

158,976 

56.727 

152.559 

2.470 

43,818 

256.491 

126,468 

993,678 

39.141 

98.917 

21.719 

35.967 

27.292 

50.710 

66,767 

27.454 

95,783 

45,393 

77.560 

93,372 

37,234 

85.264 

40.120 

120.485 

41.029 

91.599 

86.549 

106.482 

45.086 

44.255 

55.378 

n.536 

137.634 

31.017 



1930 



66,602 

451,160 

900,429 

50,945 

46,875 

51,581 

43.131 

290,564 

27.741 

42,048 

65,252 

42,911 

37,747 

260,475 

60,751 

200,982 

50.358 

57,510 

287,861 

142.559 

1.568.662 

41.679 

101.463 

5^.037 

54,784 

39.667 

68.020 

74.347 

35.929 

114,589 

47,397 

102.421 

115,967 

63,120 

102,249 

48,424 

115,274 

40,692 

156,492 

114,946 

163,447 

52,513 

52.938 

100.426 

62.736 

168.592 

37,415 



1940 



64.712 

455.610 

878.336 

54.992 

48.827 

62.396 

53.210 

306,087 

57,301 

41.439 

62.018 

47.085 

39.4*3 

294.734 

66,039 

210,718 

63.5S4 

59.305 

322.412 

159.819 

1,623,452 

43,892 

101,065 

60,195 

54,637 

39.495 

68,945 

75,609 

38.333 

109,912 

45.106 

96.810 

116.955 

65.389 

97.062 

46.784 

115.428 

41.824 

151.543 

118.410 

177.662 

60,685 

60,862 

111,719 

82,582 

164,292 

46.235 



CITIES OVER 37.000 



Greensboro. N. C... . 

Hamilton. Ohio 

Haminond, lud 

Hamtramck, Mich... 

Harrisbiirg. Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

IhivL-riiill, Mass 

Hazelton, Pa 

Hitihhuid Park. Mit'.i 

HiKh Point. N. C 

Hobnlccn. N. J 

Ilolyokc. Mas.s 

Houston. Texas 

HiintiiiRton. VV. Va. . 
Indianapolis, Ind.. . . 

Irvington. N. J 

Jackson. Mich 

Jackson. Miss 

Jacksonvillc, Fla 

Jamestown, N. Y. .. . 
Jersey City, N. J.. . . 

Johnstown, Pa 

Joli.'t, III 

Joplin, Mo 

Kuhiniizoo, Mich... . 
Kansas City, Kansas, 
Kansas City, Mo.. . . 

Kearny, N. j 

Kcnosha, VVia 

Knoxville, Tenn 

La Crosse, Wis 

I akewood, Ohio. . . . 

Lancastcr, Pa 

Lansing, ^lich 

Lart'do, Texas 

Lawrence. Mass 

Lewiston, Mc 

Lexington. Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Ncbr 

Little Rock, Ark. . . . 
Long Bcach. Calif.. . 

Lorain. Ohio 

Los Aneelcs, Calif.. . 

Lonisville. Ky 

Lowcll. Mass 

Lower Merion, Fa.. . 



1920 


1930 


1940 


19,861 


53,569 


59,319 


39,675 


52,176 


50,592 


36,004 


64,560 


70.184 


48.615 


56.268 


49.839 


75.917 


80.339 


83,893 


138.036 


164.072 


166,267 


53.884 


48,710 


46,752 


32,277 


36.765 


38,009 


46,499 


52.959 


50.810 


14.302 


36,745 


38,495 


68,166 


59.261 


50.115 


60.203 


56.537 


53.750 


138,276 


292.352 


384.514 


50.177 


75,572 


78.836 


314,194 


364.161 


386.972 


25.480 


56,733 


55,328 


48,374 


55,187 


49.656 


22,817 


48,282 


62,107 


91,558 


129,549 


173,065 


38,917 


45,155 


42,638 


298.103 


316,715 


301,173 


67,327 


66,993 


66,668 


38,442 


42,993 


42,365 


29,902 


33,454 


37.144 


48.487 


54,786 


54.097 


101,177 


121,857 


121.458 


324.410 


399.746 


399,178 


26.724 


40.716 


39.467 


40,472 


50,262 


48.765 


77,818 


105.802 


111.580 


30.421 


30.614 


42.707 


41.732 


70,509 


69,160 


53.150 


50.949 


61,345 


57,32 7 


78,397 


78.753 


22,710 


32.618 


39.274 


94,270 


85,068 


84.323 


31,791 


34,948 


38.598 


41.534 


45,736 


49,304 


41.326 


42.287 


44,7ll 


54,948 


75,933 


81.984 


65,142 


81,679 


88,039 


55,593 


142,032 


164.271 


37,205 


44,512 


44,125 


576,673 


1.238,048 


1,504.277 


• 234,891 


307,745 


319,077 


112,759 


100,234 


101,389 


23.866 


35,166 


39,566 



CITIES OVER 37,000 



Lynchburg, Va 

Lynn, Mcws 

Macoii, Ga 

Madisnn, W i-j 

Maiden, Mu^." 

Mnnrlieitor, N', 11, . , 

Mausficld, Ohio. . . . 

McKtviport, l\i. . . . 

Modford. Mass 

Memi)lii3, Tonn.. . . 

Mcridcn, Conn 

Mi.iini. Fla 

Milwaiikee, Wi?. . . . , 

Miuneapoüs, Miim... 

Mobile. Ala 

Montclair, N. J 

MontPfomcry, Ala... . 

Mt. Vcrnon, N. V.. . 

Munric, Ind 

Muskrcron, Mich., . , 

Nashville. Tenu 

Newark, N J 

New Bedford, ^lass.. 

New Britain, Conn.. 

New Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn. . . 
New Orleans, La.. . . 
Newport News, \'a... 
New Üorhcllc, N, Y.. 

Newton, Mass 

New Vork, N. V.. . . 
Ni.u'ira Falls, N, \ .. 

Noiiolli, Va 

Norristown, Pa 

North Berscn, N, J 
Norwalk, Conn,,. . 

Oaklind, Calif 

Oak Parle. 111 

Ogdrn, ' 
Okl.iiKüi, 
Omaha, : 

0.shkos;?, ,» - 

Pasadena. Calif 

Pa^^aic. N. J 

P it'>;son, N. .T 

I'awtneket. R. I 

Pcnsarola. Fb 



1920 

.v'i.oroi 

52,9^5 

38.378 
49,103 

78.3.SI 
2;. 821 
4c), 7S1 

3y,ojs 

16.>,,<51 
29,867 
29.571 
4.S7.147 
380,582 
60,777 
23.810 
43,464 
42,726 
36,524 
36.5 7C 
118,342 
414.524 
121,217 
59,316 
44.938 
I')2.537 
3^7,219 
3.i,596 
3j,213 
1'.054 
.62J,01.S 
.SJ,760| 
11.^777 
32.319 
2-., 344 
27.743 
21^261 
3'A^:i8 
32.fOi 
91. 29=« 
191,601 
31. K 2 

45,«^( 



19.^0 

40.66) 
10:'. '20 
53, »Jv 
57.899 
58.036 
76,834 
33,525 
5 t.63^ 
59.714 
253.143 
38,4m 
110.637 
578.249 
464, 3. '^0 
68.202 
42,017 
66.079 
61,499 
46.513 
41.390 
153,866 
442.337 
112.597 
68,128 
48.674 
162,65.'; 
458,762 
34,417 
54.000 
65,276 
,930,44'^ 
75,460 
129, 710 
35,853 
40.714 
36,019 
284.063 
63,982 
40,2 72 
185.389 
214.006 
40,108 
76.086 
f , .'S9 

1.. ,.-:i3 

-- 140 
5 79 



1940 



31, 



44,541 
98.123 
5;, 865 
67,417 
58,010 
77,685 
37,134 
55.3.55 
63,0X3 
292,942 
39.494 
172,172 
587.472 
492 370 
7«. 7 20 
39.807 
78,084 
67,362 
49,720 
47,697 
167,402 
429,760 
110,341 
68,68.i 
47,638 
160.60.5 
494,537 
37,067 
58.103 
69,873 
,4^t,99S 
78,029 
144.33.» 
33.181 
39,711 
39,;M9 
302, IM 



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8.,.v,<4 
61,39i 
1J9..')5(> 
73,797 
.'7.519 



CITIES OVER 37,000 



- l 



Peoria, 111 

Perth Amboy, N, J.. ..'■.' 

Philadeljjhia, Pa 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh. Pa 

Pittsfu-ld, Mas.s 

Plainfield. N. J 

Pontiac, Mich 

Port Arthur, Texas 

Portland. Mc 

Portland, Orc 

Portsniouth, Oliio 

Portsmouth, Va 

Poughkecpsie. N. V 

Providrnce, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Quincy, 111 

Ouincy, Mass 

Racine, Wis 

Raleifh, N. C 

Reading. Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford. 111 

Rock Island, III 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, M ich 

St. Joieph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

St. Paul, Minn 

St. Petersburg, Fla 

Salem, Mass 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bernard ino, Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco, Calif 

San Jose. Calif 

Santa Monica, Calif 

Savannall, Ga 

Schenectady, N. Y 

Scranton. Pa 

Seattle. VVash 

Sheboygan, Wis 

Shreveport, La 

Sioux City, Iowa 



1920 


1930 


1940 


76,121 


104,96S 


> 105,087 


41,70/ 


43.5 IC 


) 41,242 


1,823,77'> 


1,950.961 


1,931,334 


29.0i.) 


48.11* 


65,414 


583.3 M 


609.817 


671,659 


41,763 


49.677 


49.684 


27.70U 


34,422 


37,469 


34,273 


64.928 


66,626 


22.251 


50.902 


46.140 


69,272 


70.810 


73.643 


258.288 


301,815 


305.394 


33,01 1 


42,560 


40.466 


54,387 


45.701 


50.745 


35,000 


40.288 


40.478 


237.59,S 


252,981 


253.504 


43,O.SÜ 


50,096 


52,162 


35,978 


39.241 


40.469 


47,876 


71.983 


75,810 


58,593 


67.542 


67,195 


24,418 


37.379 


46.897 


107.784 


111,171 


110.568 


171,667 


182,929 


193,042 


50,842 


69.206 


69,287 


295,750 


328.132 


324.975 


65,651 


85,864 


84,637 


35,177 


37,953 


42.775 


65,908 


93.750 


105,958 


61,903 


80.715 


82.794 


77,939 


80.935 


75.711 


772.897 


821,960 


816.048 


234.698 


271,606 


287.736 


14.237 


40.425 


60,812 


42,529 


43.353 


41,213 


118,110 


140.267 


149,934 


161,379 


231.542 


253,854 


18,721 


37,481 


43.646 


74.361 


147,995 


203,341 


506,676 


634.394 


634,536 


39,642 


57,651 


68,457 


15.252 


37,146 


53,500 


83.252 


85,024 


95,996 


88,723 


95,692 


87,549 


137,783 


143.433 


140,404 


315.312 


365.583 


368,302 


30.955 


39.251 


40.638 


43.874 


76.655 


98.167 


71.227 


79.183 


82,364 



CITIliS OVEK 37.000 



Sioux Falls, S, Dak.. 
SomorvilK', ^ia«;s, . . 
Souih lUtid, IikI.. . . 

Spokanc, Wash 

Spriiiglield, III 

SpritiRfiild, Mass.. . , 

Spriiigfiold, Mo 

SpiiiiKficld, Ohio. . .. 

Stamford, Conn 

Steubcnvilie, Ohio. . . 

Stockton, Culif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Tampa, I la 

Taunton, Mas3 , 

Terre Haute, Ind.. .. 

Toledo, Ohio , 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton. N. J 

Troy. N. Y 

Tulsa, Okla 

Union City, N. J 

Upper Darby, Pa 

Utica. N. Y 

VVaco, Texas 

Waltham, Mass 

Warren, Ohio 

Washington, D. C. . * 

Water biiry, Conn 

Watcrloo, Iowa 

West New York, N. J. 

WhcelinR. W Va 

White Pia ins, N. Y.. . 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas. . 

Wiikp3-l>arre, Pa 

Wiliiamsport, Pa 

Wilinington, Del 

Winston-Salcm, X. C. 

Woonsocket, R. I 

Worcestor, Mass 

Yonkers, N. Y 

York. Pa 

Youngqtown. Ohio. . . . 
Zanesville, Ohio 



1920 



25,202 
«J.j,091 
70.9fi3 
101,4.i7 
5y,18J 

129,614 
39.6.n 
60.840 
35,096 
28,508 
40.296 

171,717 
96.965 
51.608 
37,137 
66.083 

243,164 
50.022 

119.289 
71,996 
72,075 



8,956 
94.156 
38,500 
30.915 
27.050 

437.571 
91.715 
36,230 
29.926 
56.208 
21,031 
72,217 
40,079 
73,833 
36.198 

110,168 
48.305 
43,496 

179, 7. -.4 

100,176 
47.512 

132,358 
29.569 



1930 

33,362 
103,908 
104,19.1 
115,514 
71,801 
149,900 
57,52/ 
68,743 
46.343 
35.422 
47,963 
209,326 
106.817 
101,161 
37,355 
62,810 
290.718 
64,120 
123,356 
72.763 
141.258 
58,659 
47,145 
101.740 
52.848 
39.247 
41,062 
486.869 
99,902 
46,191 
37.107 
61.659 
35.830 
111,110 
43,690 
86.626 
45,729 
106,597 
75,2/4 
49,376 
195,311 
134.646 
55.254 
170,002 
36.440 



1940 



40.832 
102,177 
101,268 
122,001 
75,503 
149,554 
I 61.238 
0,662 
1 47,938 
I 37,651 
54,714 
205.967 
109,408 
108,391 
37.395 
62.693 
282.349 
67,833 
124.697 
70,304 
142,157 
56.173 
56,883 
100.518 
55,982 
40,020 
42,837 
663.091 
99,314 
51.743 
39,439 
61.099 
40.327 
114 966 
45,112 
86,236 
44,355 
112.504 
79.815 
49.303 
193.694 
142.598 
56.712 
167,720 
37,500 



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TROY WEICHT 

24 Rrains 1 pwt. 12 ounces.. . .1 pountl 

20 pwts 1 ouiice 

Uscd for weighing gold, eilver and jewels. 

APOTIIECARIES WEICHT 

20 Rrains 1 scruple 8 drams 1 ounce 

3 scruples .... 1 draiii 12 ounces. ... 1 pound 
'J'ne ounco and pound in this are the saiue 

as in Troy Wei^^ht. 

AVOIRDUPOIS WEICHT 

ST'lji^jgrains. . . 1 dram 4 quarters 1 cwt. 

16 dranis. ... 1 ounco 2,000 lb8..1 short ton 
16 ounces. ... 1 pound 2,240 Ibs. . . 1 long ton 

25 pounds. .1 quarter 

DRY ME ASURE 

2 Pints 1 quart 4 pecks 1 bushcl 

ö quarta 1 peck 36 bushelä, 1 chaldron 

LIQUID MEASURE 

^ Rjlls 1 pint 3 1 y^ gallons. . 1 barrel 

f P'nts 1 quart 2 barreis . . 1 hogshead 

4 quarts 1 gallon 

LONG MEASURE 

12 inches 1 f oot 40 rods 1 f iirlong 

5 /?e<^ • • •, 1 yard 8 f urlongs, 1 sta. milo 

ö>i. yarda 1 rod 3 miles 1 league 

CLOTII MEASURE 

2}4 inches ..... 1 nail 4 quarters; 1 yard 

4 nails 1 quarter 

SQUARE MEASURE 

144 sq. inches, 1 sq. ft. 40 sq. rods. ... 1 rood 

y sq. f t. . . . 1 sq. yard 4 roods 1 acre 

öO>^ sq. yds., 1 sq. rod 640 acrea . . 1 sq. mile 



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7.92 inches - 1 link 4 roda - 1 chaln 

25linKi<=»l rod 

10 Square chainH or 160 sq. rods«! acre 
640 acrea«! Square niile 
3C sq. milca 6 miles Bq. = l township 

CUBIC MEASURE 
1.728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot 
128 cubic fcet = l cord wood 

Hl^V-J^-";^. ^"r»- yard. 40 cu. ft. = ! ton shp». 
2,!o0.42 cubic inches = 1 Standard bushel 
2tJ8.8 cubic inches = ! Standard gallon dry 
231 cubic inches = 1 Standard prallon liquid 
1 cubie foot-about four-fifths of a bushel 
1 Perch = A mass 16'. ft. Ion«-, 1 ft. high and Ihtt. 
Wide, containin« 24 >« cubic fect. 

METRIC EQUIVALENTS Linear Measuro 



1 centimcter = 0.3937 in. 
1 decimeter = 3.y37 in. 

= 0.328 feet. 
1 ineter = 89.37 in.- 

1.0936 yarda. 
1 dekametcr=1.9PS4 roda 
1 kilonjeter-0.62137 mile 



1 in,^2.54centimGters 
1 foot-3.048deci- 

meter. 
1 yard -0.9144 

meter 
1 rod 0.5Ö20 deka. 
1 mile -1. 6093 kilo. 



SQUARE MEASURE 



1 eq. inch = 6.452 sq. 

ccntimeters. 
1 sq. f t. - 9.2903 

sq. decimeters. 
1 sq. yd.=0.f^«;i sq. rar. 
1 so. rod = 0.2529 sq. 

(lokci 
1 acre 0.4047 hektar. 
1 sq. mile = 2.59 sq. 

kilometers. 



1 sq. centimeter = 0.15üO 

Square inches. 
1 sq. decinieter = 0.1076 

Square feet. 
1 sq. meter= 1.196 pq. yd. 
1 sq. dekamoter = 3.ü54 

sq. rods. 
1 hecktar = 2,47 acrea. 
1 sq. kilometer- 0.386 

sq. m. 

WEIGHTS 
1 p:ram = 0.03527 ounce. 1 ounce = 28.35 grama. 

1 kdotfram = 2.204t;22 Ibs. 1 Ib. -0.4536 kilogram. 
1 metnc ton-0.9«42 1 EnKÜsh ton = 1.01ÖO 

Enghsh ton. metric ton. 

APPROXIMATE METRIC EQUIVALENTS 
1 decimeter = 4 inches > 1.06 qt. liquid 

1 meter = l.lyards. 1 liter= ^o.9qt. dry 

1 kdometer= K of mile 1 hektoliter = 2.8 hu. 

1 hektare = 2J4 acres 1 kilopram = 2.21bs. 

1 Btere. or cu. meter- 1 metric ton=2,2üO Ibs. 
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ADDRESSES 











CALENDAR 


1944 




JANUARY 




JULY . 


S 


M 

3 

10 
17 
21 
31 


T 

4 
11 
18 
25 


W 

5 
18 
19 

26 


T 

6 
13 

20 
27 


F 

•y 

14 
21 
28 


S 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


_L 


S 
1' 


2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 
12 
19 
26 


G 
13 

20 
27 


7 

14 
21 

28 


8 
15 

22 
29 


FEBRUARY 


AUGUST 


S 

6 
13 

20 
27 


M 

'? 
14 
21 
28 


T 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


W 

2 

9 
16 
23 


T 

3' 
10 
17 
24 


F 
4 
11 
18 
25 


S 

5 

12 
19 
26 


S 

6 
IJ 

20 
27 


M 

7 
14 

n 

2X 


T 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


W 
~y 

9 
16 
23 
30 


r 
3 

10 

17 
24 
31 


F 
4" 
11 
18 
25 


S 

5 

12 
19 
2Ö 


MARCH 


SEPTEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 

l 

8 
15 
22 
29 


T 
2 
9 
16 
23 
30 


F 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


S_ 
4 
11 
IH 
25 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

" r 

8 
15 
22 

29 


'i 


S 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 
27 


7 
14 
21 

28 


3 
10 
17 
24 


4 
11 

18 

25 


5 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 

27 


7 
14 
21 
28 


9 
30 


APRIL 


OCTOBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 

T 

8 
15 
22 
29 


S 

1 

8 

15 

2i 

29 


M 

9 
16 
23 
30 


T 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


W 
4' 
11 
18 
25 


T 

5 
12 
19 
26 


F 

6 

13 

20 
27 


S 
7 


2 

9 

16 

23 


3 

10 
17 
24 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 

\2 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 
27 


7 
14 
21 
28 


14 
21 

28 


30 










MAY 


NOVEMBER 


S 

.7 
14 
21 

28 


M 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


T 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


W 

3' 

10 
17 
24 
31 


T 

4 
11 

\6 
25 




F 

5' 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 
20 
27 


JL 

5 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 

27 


T 

7 
14 
21 
2rt 


W 

r 

8 
15 
22 
29 


T 1 

2 

9 
15 
23 
30 


F 
3 

10 
17 

24 


S 
4 
11 
18 
25 




JUNE 


DfcCEMBER 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


F 
2 
9 

16 

23 
30 


S 

"T 

10 
17 

24 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T_ 


F 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


S 
2 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 

20 
27 


7 
14 
31 

28 


3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


4 
11 
18 
25 


5 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 
20 
27 


7 

21 

28 

■ • • • 


l 
16 

23 
30 






I 



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CALENDAR 1946 



JANUARY 



6 
13 
20 
27 



M 



7 
14 
21 
23 



1 

8 
15 
32 
29 



W 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 

10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
33 



_S_ 
5 
12 
19 
36 



FEBRUARY 



3 
10 
17 
24 



M 

4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 

26 



W 

6 
13 

20 
27 



7 
14 
21 
28 



F 
1 

8 

15 
22 



_S 

2 

9 

16 

23 



JULY 



7 
14 
21 

28 



M 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



JL 
2 
9 

16 
23 
30 



3 

10 
17 
34 
31 



4 
11 
18 
35 



5 
13 
19 
26 



AUGUST 



MARCH 



3 

10 
17 
24 
31 



M 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 

12 
19 
26 



W I T 



6 
13 
20 
37 



7 
14 
21 
33 



_F^ 
1 

8 
15 
22 
39 



S 
3 

9 
16 
23 
30 



4 
11 

18 
25 



M 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 

20 
27 



W 



7 
14 
21 
28 



JL 
1 

8 
15 
32 
29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



SEPTEMBER 



APRIL 



7 
14 
21 
28 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



JL 
3 
9 

16 
23 
30 



V/ 

3 

10 
17 
24 



JL 

4 
11 

13 
2S 



5 
12 
19 
36 



S 

6 

13 

20 
27 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



M 



2 

9 

16 

23 
30 



3 

10 
17 
24 



W 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 
36 



6 

13 
20 
27 



OCTOBER 



6 
13 
20 
37 



M 



7 
14 
21 

28 



JL 
1 
8 
15 
22 
39 



W 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



IL 
~3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
25 



NO. 1-510 



Marquetfe 

■^ QUAUTY 



6 
13 
20 
27 



3 

10 
17 
24 
31 



7 
14 
21 

28 



_S^ 

5 
12 
19 
26 









MAY 










NOVEMBER 






s 


M 


T 


W 

1 
8 


T 
3 
9 


F 

3 

10 


S 

4 

11 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

1 

ft 


S 

3 
9 


5 


6 


7 


3 


4 


.S 


6 


7 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


13 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


IS 


16 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


35 


17 


18 


19 


20 


31 


22 


21 


26 


2/ 


28 


29 


30 1 31 




24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


JUNE 


DECEMBER 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 

1 

8 


S 
1 

8 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


i 
9 


s 

10 


4 
11 


5 
13 


6 
13 


7 
14 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


13 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


23 


22 


23 


24 


■ 35 


26 


27 


78 


23 


24 


25 


26 


37 


28 


29 


29 


30 


31 










30 


' ' * ' 


.... 











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CALENDAR 1946 








JANUAR y 


JULY 1 






S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 










1 


2 


3 


4 


5 




1 


2 


3 


4 
11 


5 
13 


6 
13 






6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


7 


8 


9 


10 






13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 






30 


31 


33 


23 


24 


25 


26 


21 


22 


23 


34 


25 


26 


27 






27 


38 


39 


30 


31 


. . . . 


.... 


28 


29 


30 


31 


• > • • 


• • • . 


.... 






FEBRUARY 


AUGUST 






S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 
2 
9 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

a 

9 


S 
3 

10 








1 
8 




1 
8 






3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


4 


5 


6 


7 






10 


11 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 






17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 




J 


34 


35 


36 


27 


28 






25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




MARCH 


SEPTEMBER | 






S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

1 
8 


S 
2 
9 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 






3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


"6 


7 






10 


11 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 






17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 


21 






34 


35 


26 


27 


38 


29 


30 


23 


23 


24 


25 


36 


27 


28 






31 


• ■ . • 


. 




• * • • 


.... 


. • . . 


29 


30 


.... 


. . . . 













APRIL 


OCTOBER 1 






S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 






"l 


1 
8 


2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 


5 
12 


6 
13 






1 
8 


2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 


5 
12 






.... 
6 


7 






14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 






31 


32 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 






28 


29 


30 










27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


• 
























MAY 


NOVEMBER 






S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


s 












1 
8 


2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 












1 

8 


2 
9 






5 


6 


7 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 






13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 






19 


30 


21 


22 


23 


24 


t5 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 






36 


37 


28 


29 


30 


31 


• > • . 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 






f JUNE 


DECEMBER ( 






S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 

1 
8 


S 

1 
8 


M 

2 
9 


T 

3 

10 


W 

4 
11 


T 

5 
12 


F 


S 






6 

13 


7 
14 






2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 






9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 






16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 






23 
30 


34 


25 

« « • • 


26 


27 


28 

.... 


29 


29 


30 


31 














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JUNIOR 

DiarY 



for 



1946 



With 

WORLD MAPS 

PERSONAL CASH ACCOUNT 

POPULATION OF CITIES 

and 
Other Valuable laformation 






Published Annually 



STATES AND THEIR CAPITALS 



State 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California. . . . 

Colorado 

Connecticut.. . 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idiho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky. . . . , 

Louisi^ina 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire- 
New Jersey . . . . 
New Mexico. . . 

New York 

North Carolina 
North Dakota. . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania. . 
Rhode Island . 
South Carolina 
South Dakota . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington. . . 
West Virginia . . 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Ccnsus 
1V40 



2,832.961 
4vy,261 
1,949,387 
6,907,387 
1.123,296 
1.709,242 

266,505 
1,897.414 
3,123.723 

524,873 
7.897.241 
3.427.796 
2.538,268 
1,801,028 
2,845,627 
2,363.880 

847,226 
1,821,244 
4,316.721 
5.256.106 
2.792.300 
2.183.796 
3,784,664 

559,456 
1,315.834 

110.247 

491.524 
4,160,165 

531,818 

13,479,142 

3,571.623 

611,935 
6.907.612 
2.336.434 
1,089,684 
9.900,180 

713,346 
1,899,804 

642,961 
2,915,841 
6,414,824 

550,310 

359,231 
2.677,773 
1,736,191 
1,901.974 
3.137,587 

250,742 



Capital 



Montgomery 

Pliotnix 

LitLie Rock 

Sacrameuto 

Denver 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallahassee 

Atlanta 

Hoise 

Springfield 

Indianapolis 

Des Moines 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

Baton Rouge 

Augusta 

AnnapoHs 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

.lackson 

JoiTcrson City 

Ilelcna 

Lincoln 

Carson City 

Concord 

Trenton 

Santa Fe 

Albany 

Raleigh 

Bismarck 

Coluinbus 

Oklahoma City 

Salrm 

Ilarrisburg 

Providence 

Columbia 

Pierre 

Nashville 

Austin 

Salt Lake City 

Montpelier 

Richmond 

Olvmpia 

rharleston 

Mqdison 

Cheyenne 



Admitted 
to Union 



Dcc. 14, 1819 
I'cb. 14, 1912 
Junr 15, 1836 
ßept. 9, 1850 

1, 1876 
9, 1788 
7, 1787 
3, 1845 

2, 1788 

3, 1890 
3, 1818 

If, 1816 

28, 1846 

29, 1861 
I. 1792 

30, 1812 
15, 1820 
28. 

6, 
26, 
11. 



Aug. 

Jan. 

Dcc. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Juiy 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dcc. 

Jan. 

June 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

May 

Dcc. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Oct. 



1788 
1788 
1837 
1858 
1817 
1821 
1889 
1867 
1864 



10. 

10, 
8, 
1. 
__.. 31, .--- 
June 21, 1788 
Dec. 18, 1787 
Jan. 6. 1912 
Juiy 26, 1788 
Nov. 21, 1789 
Nov. 2, 1889 
Fcb. 19, 1803 
Nov. 16, 1907 

14, 1859 

12, 1787 

May 29, 1790 
May 23, 1788 
Nov. 2, 1889 
June 1, 1796 
Dec. 29, 1845 
Jan. 4, 1896 
Mar. 4, 1791 
June 26, 1788 
Nov. 11, 1^89 
Tune 20. 1863 
May 29. 1R48 
Juiy 11. 1890 



Fcb. 
Dcc. 



CENSUS 
1940 U. 



OF QTIES 
S. Census 



CIliES OVER 3 7.ÜÜ0 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany. N. Y 

Alhambra. Calif 

Allentown, Pa 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarillo, Tex 

Anderson. Ind 

Arlington. Mass 

Arlington, Va 

Asheville. N.C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta. Ga 

Aurora, 111 

Austin, Texas 

Baltimore, Md 

Battle Creek, Mich 

Bay City, Mich 

Bayonne, N. J 

Beaumont, Texas 

Belvederc, Calif 

Berkeley, Calif 

Berwyn, III 

Bethlehem, Pa 

Binghamton, N. Y 

Birmingham, Ala 

Bloomfield, N. J 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Brookline, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Butte, Moni 

Cambridge, Mass 

Camden, N. J 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa , 

Charleston, S, C 

Charleston. W. Va 

Charlotte. N. C , 

Chattanoofra, Tenn , 

Chelsea. Mass 

ehester, Pa 

Chicago, 111 

Chicopee, Mast 



1920 



208.435 

113.344 
9.096 
73.502 
60.331 
15.494 
29.767 
18.665 
16.040 
28.504 

200.616 
50.707 
52.548 
36.397 
34.876 

733.826 
36.164 
47,554 
76,754 
40,422 



1930 



56,036 
14,150 
50,358 
66,800 
178,806 
22,019 
748,060 
143.555 
66,254 
37,748 
506,775 
41,611 
109,694 
116,309 
87,091 
45.566 
67,957 
39,608 
46,338 
57,895 
43,184 
58.030 
2,701,705 
36,214 



255,040 
127,412 
29.472 
92.563 
82,054 
43.132 
39.804 
36.094 
26.615 
50.193 
270,366 
66.198 
60.342 
46.589 
53.120 
804.874 
43.573 
47.355 
88.979 
57.732 
33,023 
82,109 
47,027 
57.892 
76,662 
259,678 
38,077 
781.188 
146.716 
63.797 
47.490 
573.076 
39,532 
113,643 
118,700 
104,906 
56,097 
62,265 
60,408 
82,675 
119,798 
45.816 
59,164 
.376,438 
43,930 



1940 

244,791 
130.577 
38.935 
96.904 
80,214 
51,686 
41,572 
40,013 
57,040 
51,310 
302,288 
64,094 
65,919 
47,170 
87,930 
859.100 
43.453 
47,956 
79.198 
59,061 
37,192 
85,547 
48,451 
58,490 
78.309 
267.583 
41.623 
770.816 
147.121 
62.343 
49,786 
575,901 
37,081 
110,879 
117,536 
108,401 
62,120 
71,275 
67,914 
100.899 
128.163 
41.259 
59.285 
,396.808 
41.664 



CITIES OVER 37,000 



Cicero, 111 

Clncinnati. Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio. 

Clifton, N. J 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Tcx 

Council BiufTs, Iowa 

Covington, Ky 

Cranston, R. I 

Cumberland, Md 

Dallas, Texas 

Davenport, Iowa 

Dayton, Ohio 

Dearborn, Mich 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

Durham, N. C 

East Chicngo, Ind 

East Cleveland. Ohio, . .. 

East Orange, N. J 

East St. Louis, 111 

Elgin. III 

Elizabeth, N. J 

Elmira, N. Y 

El Paso, Texas 

Erle, Pa 

Evanston, 111 

Evansvillc, Ind 

Everett, Mass 

Fall River, Mass 

Fitchburg, Mass 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Fort Worth. Texas 

Fresno, Calif 

Galveston, Texas 

Gary, Ind 

Glendale. Calif 

Grand Rapids. Mich 

Green Bay, Wli 



1920 



1930 



44.995 


66,602 


401.247 


451.160 


796.841 


900,429 


15.236 


50.945 


26,470 


46.875 


37,524 


51.581 


31,125 


43.131 


237,031 


290.564 


10.522 


27,741 


36.162 


42.048 


57,121 


65.252 


29,407 


42,911 


29,837 


37,747 


158,976 


260.475 


56,727 


60.751 


152,559 


200,982 


2.470 


50,358 


43,818 


57,510 


256,491 


287.861 


126,468 


142,559 


993,678 


1,568.662 


39,141 


41.679 


98,917 


101,463 


21.719 


M.037 


35,967 


54.784 


27,292 


39,667 


50,710 


68,020 


66,767 


74,347 


27,454 


35.929 


95,783 


114.589 


45,393 


47,397 


77,560 


102,421 


93,372 


115,967 


37,234 


63,120 


85,264 


102,249 


40.120 


48.424 


120,485 


115.274 


41.029 


40.692 


91.599 


156,492 


86,549 


114,946 


106.482 


163.447 


45.086 


52.513 


44.255 


52,938 


55.378 


100.426 


13.536 


62.736 


137,634 


168.592 


31,017 


37.415 



1940 



64.712 

455,610 

878,336 
54,992 
48.827 
62,396 
53.280 

306.087 
57,301 
41,439 
62.018 
47.085 
39.483 

294,734 
66,039 

210.718 
63.584 
59.305 

322.412 

159.819 

1,623,452 

43.892 

101,065 
60,195 
54,637 
39,495 
68,945 
75,609 
38,333 

109,912 
45,106 
96,810 

116,955 
65.389 
97.062 
46.784 

115.428 
41,824 

151.543 

118,410 

177,662 
60.685 
60.862 

111,719 
82,582 

164,292 
46.235 



CITIES OVER 37,000 

Greensboro. N. C 

Hamilton, Ohio 

Hammond, Ind 

Hamtramck, Mich 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Haverhill, Mass 

Hazelton, Pa 

Highland Park, Mich 

High Point, N. C 

Hobolcen, N. J 

Holyoke, Mass 

Houston, Texas 

Huntington, W. Va 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Irvington, N. J 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, M iss 

Jackson ville, Fla 

Jimestown, N. Y 

Jersey City, N. J 

Johnstown, Pa 

Joliet, 111 

Joplin. Mo 

Kalamazoo, Mich 

Kansas City, Kansas 

Kansas City, Mo 

Kearny, N. J 

Kenosha, Wis 

Knoxville, Tenn 

La Crosse, Wis 

I akewood, Ohio 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

Laredo, Texas 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lewiston, Mc 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little R ock, Ark 

Long Beach. Calif 

Lorain, Ohio 

Los Anaeies, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

I<owell, Mass 

Lower Merion. Pa 



1920 


1930 


19,861 


53,569 


39,675 


52.176 


36,004 


64.560 


48,615 


56,268 


75,917 


80,339 


138,036 


164.072 


53,884 


48,710 


32,277 


36.765 


46,499 


52,959 


14,302 


36.745 


68.166 


59.261 


60.203 


56.537 


138,276 


292.352 


50,177 


75.572 


314,194 


364.161 


25,480 


56.733 


48,374 


55.187 


22,817 


48.282 


91.558 


129.549 


38.917 


45.155 


298.103 


316.715 


67.327 


66,993 


38,442 


42.993 


29.902 


33.454 


48.487 


54.786 


101.177 


121.857 


324,410 


399,746 


26,724 


40.716 


40,472 


50.262 


77,818 


105.802 


30,421 


39.614 


41,732 


70.509 


53,150 


59.949 


57,327 


78,397 


22,710 


32.618 


94.270 


85.068 


31,791 


34.948 


41,534 


45,736 


41,326 


42.287 


54,948 


75.933 


65,142 


81,679 


55,593 


142.032 


37,295 


44.512 


576,673 


1,238,048 


234,891 


307.745 


112,759 


100.234 


23.866 


35.166 



1940 



59.319 
50,592 
70,184 
49.839 
83,893 

166,267 
46,752 
38,009 
50,810 
38.495 
50.115 
53.750 

384,514 
78,836 

386,972 
55.328 
49.656 
62.107 

173.065 
42,638 

301,173 
66,668 
42.365 
37,144 
54,097 

121,458 

399,178 
39,467 
48,765 

111,580 
42,707 
69,160 
61,341 
78,753 
39,274 
84,323 
38,598 
49,304 
44,711 
81.984 
88.039 

164.271 

44.125 

1,504.277 

319.077 

101,389 
39.566 



CITIES OVEK 37,000 



Lynchburg, Va 

Lynn, Mass 

Macon, Ca 

Madison, Wis 

Maiden, Mass 

Manchostcr, N. II.. . 

Mausfield, Ohio 

McKccsport, Pa 

Mcdford, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn 

Meriden, Coim 

Miami, Fla 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Minneapulis, Minn... 

Mobile, Ala 

Montclair, N. J 

Montgomery, Ala... . 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y... 

Muncic, Ind 

Muskegoii, Mich.. . . 

Nashville, Tenn 

Newark, N J 

New Bedford, Ma^s.., 
New Britain, Conn.. , 

New Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn... 
New Orleans, La. . . . 
Newport News, Va... 
New Kochelle, N. Y.. 

Newton. Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Niagara Falls, N. Y.. 

Norfolk, Va 

Norristown, Pa 

North Bergen, N. J.. 

Norwalk, Conn 

Oakland, Calif 

Oak Park. 111 

Ogden, Utah 

Oküihoma City, Okla 

Omaha. Nebr 

Oshkosh. Wis 

Pasadcna, Calif 

Passaic, N. J 

Patcrson, N. J 

Pawtuckrt, R. I 

Pensacola, Fla 



1920 



30,070 

99.148 

52,995 

38,378 

49.103 

78.384 

27,824 

46,781 

39.038 

162.351 

29.867 

29.571 

457,147 

380.582 

60,777 

28.810 

43.464 

42.726 

36,524 

36,570 

118,342 

414.524 

121.217 

59,316 

44.938 

162.537 

387.219 

35,596 

36.213 

46.054 

;.620.048 

50.760 

115.777 

32.319 

23,344 

27.743 

216.261 

39,858 

32.804 

91.295 

191.601 

33.162 

45.354 

63.841 

135,875 

64,248 

31.035 



1930 



40,661 

102,320 

53,829 

57,899 

58,036 

76.834 

33,525 

54.632 

59,714 

253,143 

38,481 

110,637 

578,249 

464,356 

68,202 

42.017 

66,079 

61.499 

46.548 

41.390 

153,866 

442,337 

112,597 

68,128 

48,674 

162,655 

458,762 

34,417 

54.000 

65.276 

6,930,446 

75.460 

129.710 

35,853 

40.714 

36.019 

284.063 

63.982 

40.272 

185,389 

214.006 

40.108 

76.086 

62.959 

138.513 

77.149 

31.579 



1940 



44.541 

98,123 

57,865 

67,447 

58.010 

77,685 

37,154 

55,355 

63.083 

292.942 

39,494 

172,172 

587,472 

492.370 

78.720 

39.807 

78,084 

67,362 

49.720 

47.697 

167.402 

429,760 

110.341 

68,685 

47.638 

160.605 

494,537 

37.067 

58.408 

69.873 

7,454,995 

78.029 

144,332 

38.181 

39,714 

39.849 

302.163 

66,015 

43.688 

204.424 

223.844 

39.089 

81.864 

61.394 

139.656 

75,797 

37,449 



CITIES OVER 37.000 



Peoria, 111 

Perth Aniboy. N. J 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittaburgh, Pa 

Pittslield, Mass 

Plainfield, N. J 

Pontiac, Mich 

Port Arthur, Texas 

Portland, Me 

Portland, Ore 

Portsmouth, Ohio 

Portsmouth, Va 

Poughkcepsie, N. Y 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Quincy, 111 

Quincy. Mass 

Racine. Wis 

Rakigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford. 111 

Rock Island, 111 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw. Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

St. Paul. Minn 

St. Petersburg, Fla 

Salem, M asa 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Antonio, Texas 

San Bernardino, Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco, Calif 

San Jose, Calif 

Santa Monica, Calif 

Savannah, Ga 

Schcnectady, N. Y 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Sheboygan, Wis 

Shreveport, La 

Siouz City, Iowa 



1920 


1930 


76,121 


104.969 


41.707 


43,516 


1,823.779 


1,950,961 


29.053 


48,118 


588.343 


669.817 


41.763 


49,677 


27.700 


34,422 


34.273 


64.928 


22,251 


50,902 


69.272 


70,810 


258.288 


301.815 


33,011 


42.560 


54.387 


45.704 


35.000 


40.288 


237.595 


252,981 


43,050 


50,096 


35.978 


39.241 


47.876 


71,983 


58.593 


67.542 


24.418 


37,379 


107,784 


111.171 


171.667 


182.929 


50.842 


69,206 


295,750 


328.132 


65,651 


85,864 


35.177 


37,953 


65.908 


93,750 


61,903 


80.715 


77.939 


80.935 


772.897 


821.960 


234,698 


271.606 


14,237 


40,425 


42,529 


43,353 


118,110 


140,267 


161.379 


231.542 


18,721 


37,481 


74.361 


147,995 


506.676 


634.394 


39,642 


57,651 


15.252 


37,146 


83,252 


85,024 


88,723 


95.692 


137,783 


143.433 


315.312 


365.583 


30.955 


39,251 


43,874 


76.655 


71.227 


79.183 



1940 



105.087 
41.242 
1,931,334 
65.414 

671.659 
49.684 
37.469 
66.626 
46.140 
73.643 

305.394 
40.466 
50.745 
40,478 

253,504 
52,162 
40,469 
75.810 
67,195 
46.897 

110.568 

193.042 
69.287 

324.975 
84.637 
42.775 

105.958 
82.794 
75.711 

816.048 

287.736 
60.812 
41,213 

149,934 

253.854 
43,646 

203,341 

634,536 
68,457 
53,500 
95,996 
87.549 

140.404 

368,302 
40.638 
98,167 
82,364 



CITIES OVER 37.000 



• • « • 



Siouz Falls, S. Dak.. 
SomcrviUe. Mass... 
South Bend, Ind.... 

Spokane, Wash 

Springficld, 111 

Springßeld, Mass.. . . 
Springßeld. Mo. 

Sprlngfield, Ohio 

Stamford, Conti 

Steubenville, Ohio 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Tampa, Fla 

Taunton, Mass 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kansas 

Trenton, N. J 

Tulsa. Okla 

Union City. N. J 

Upper Darby, Pa , 

Utlca, N. Y 

Waco, Texas 

Waltham, Mass 

Warren, Ohio 

Washington, D. C 

Watcrbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

West New York, N. J 

Wheeling. W Va 

White Plains, N. Y 

Wichita, Kansas 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Wilkes- Barre, Pa 

Williamsport, Pa 

Wilmington, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C~ 

Woonsocket, R. I 

Worcester, Mass 

Yonkers, N. Y 

York, Pa 

Youngstown, Ohio 

Zanesville, Ohio 



1920 



25,202 
9J.0i>l 
70,983 

104,437 
<>9,183 

129,614 
39,631 
60,840 
35,096 
28,508 
40.296 

171.717 
96,965 
51,608 
37.137 
66,083 

243,164 
50.022 

119.289 
71.996 
72,075 



8,956 
94,156 
38,500 
30.915 
27.050 

437,571 
91,715 
36,230 
29,926 
56.208 
21.031 
72.217 
40,079 
73,833 
36,198 

110,168 
48,395 
43,496 

179,754 

100,176 
47,512 

132,358 
29.5691 



1930 



33,362 
103.908 
104,193 
115,514 
71,864 
149,900 
57,527 
68.743 
46,343 
35,422 
47,963 
209,326 
106,817 
101,161 
37,355 
62,810 
290,718 
64,120 
123,356 
72,763 
141,258 
58.659 
47.145 
101,740 
52.848 
39.247 
41,062 
486,869 
99,902 
46,191 
37,107 
61,659 
35,830 
111.110 
43.690 
86,626 
45,729 
106,597 
75,274 
49,376 
195,311 
134,646 
55.254 
170.002 
36.440 



1940 



40.832 
102,177 
101,268 
122,001 
75,503 
149,554 
61.238 
70,662 
47,938 
37,651 
54,714 
205,967 
109.408 
108,391 
37,395 
62,693 
282.349 
67,833 
124,697 
70,304 
142,157 
56,173 
56.883 
100,518 
55,982 
40,020 
42,837 
663,091 
99,314 
51,743 
39,439 
61.099 
40.327 
114 966 
45.112 
86.236 
44.355 
112.504 
79,815 
49,303 
193,694 
142,598 
56,712 
167,720 
37,500 









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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



Troy Weißht 

24 graina 1 pwt. 

20 pwts 1 ounce 

12 ounces .... 1 pound 

Ueed for weighing 
gold, silver and jewels. 

Apothecarles' 
Weißht 

20 grains .... 1 ecniple 

3 Bcruples 1 dram 

8 drams 1 ounce 

12 ounces 1 pound 

The ounce and 
pound in this are the 
Barne as in Troy 
Weight. 

Avoirdupois Weight 

27^^^ grains ... 1 dram 

16 drams 1 ounce 

16 ounces .... 1 pound 

25 pounds. . . 1 quarter 

4 quarters 1 cwt. 

2,000 Ibs.. . . 1 Short ton 
2,2401bs.. ..1 long ton 

Dry Measure 

2 pints 1 quart 

8 quarts 1 peck 

4 pecks 1 bushel 

36 bushelsi 1 obaldroo 



Liquid Measure 

4 gills 1 pint 

2 pints 1 quart 

4 quarts 1 galion 

3U2 gallons. . 1 barrel 
2 barreis . . 1 bogsbead 



Long Measure 

12incheB 1 foot 

3 f eet 1 yard 

5H yardfl 1 rod 

40 rods 1 f urlong 

8 furlongs, 1 sta. milc 
3 miles 1 Icague 



Gloth Measure 

2}i inches 1 nail 

4 nails 1 quarter 

4 quarters 1 yard 



Square Measure 

144 sq. inches, 1 sq. ft. 

9 sq. f t 1 sq. yard 

30>i8q. yards.lsq. rod 

40 sq. rods 1 rood 

4 roods 1 acre 

640 acres ... 1 sq. mile 



SURVEYOR'S MEASURE 
7.92 inches -1 link 4 roda = l chain 

25 links = 1 rod 

10 squaro chains or IRO sq. rods-=l acre 
640 acre8= 1 equnro mile 
36 sq. miles 6 miles Bq. = l township 
CUBIC MEASURE 
1.728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot 
128 cubic f eet = 1 cord wood 
27 cu. ft.-=l cu. yard. 40 cu, ft. = l ton shpg. 
2,150.42 cubic inches = 1 Standard bushel 
2(58.8 cubic inches = 1 Standard galion dry 
231 cubic inches^l Standard galion liquid 
1 cubic foot-about four-fifths of a bushel , , , ,^ 
1 Perch = A mass 16!^ ft. long, 1 ft. high and VA ft. 
Wide, containing 24 ?i cubic feet. 



METRIC EQUIVALENTS Linear Measure 



_ centimeter=0.3937 in. 
1 decimeter= 3.937 in. 

-0.328 feet. 
1 meter- 39.37 in.« 

1.0936 yards. 
1 dekameter^ 1.9884 roda. 
1 kilometer -0.02137 mile. 



1 in.=2.54centimetera 
1 foot ==3.048 deci- 

meter. 
1 yard = 0.9144 

meter. 
1 rod = 0.5029 delca. 
1 mile=1.6U93kilo. 



1 sq. centimeter— 0.1550 

Square inches. 
1 sq. decimeter = 0.1076 

Square feet. 
1 sq. meter = 1.196 sq. yd. 
1 sq. dekameter- 3.954 

sq. rods. 
1 hecktar=2.47 acrea. 
1 sq. kilomoter» 0.386 



SQUARE MEASURE 



1 sq. inch=6.452 8q. 

ccntimeters. 
lsq.ft. = 9.2903 

sq. decimeters. 
1 sq. yd. = 0.83Hl sq. mr. 
1 sq. rod = 0.2529 sq. 

1 acre =0.4047 hektar. 
1 sq. mile = 2.59 sq. 
kilometers. 



sq. m. 

WEIGHTS 

1 gram-0. 03527 ounce. 1 ounce=28.3S grama. 

1 kilogram = 2.204H22 Ibs. 1 Ib. =0.453« kilograni 



1 metric ton = 0.9842 
English ton. 

APPROXIMATE 
1 decimeter=4 inchea 
1 meter =1.1 yards. 
1 kilometer- h of mile 
1 hektare=24 acres 
1 stere. or cu. meter >» 

.^ of a cord 



lEn^lish ton = 1.0160 
metric ton. 

METRIC EQUIVALENTS 

, ... >1.06 qt. liquid 

lliter- f o.9qt. dry 
1 hektoUter-2.8bu. 
1 kilopram=2.2lb8. 
1 metric ton -2,200 Iba. 



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JANUARY 1946 



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M 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 

20 

27 



w 


T 


F 


S 




1 


2 
9 


3 

10 


7 


8 


14 


15 


16 


17 


21 


32 


23 


24 


28 


29 


30 





DECEMBER 



2 

9 

16 

23 



30 31 



M 



3 
10 
17 

24 



T I W 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 

26 



6 
13 

20 
27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 
8 

15 
22 
29 









CALENDAR 1947 


4 






■ ■- 


X, 


JANUARY 


JULY 1 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 








































1 
8 


2 




i 
10 


4 
11 






1 
8 


3 
9 


J 
10 


4 
11 


5 
12 




5 


6 


7 


6 


7 




12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 




19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


T 


26 


27 


38 


29 


30 


31 


. . . . 


37 


28 


29 


30 


31 








FEBRUARY 


AUGUST 1 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 

1 
8 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 

1 
8 


S 
2 
9 




3 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


3 


4 


S 


6 


7 




9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 




l'i 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 




ij 


24 


25 


26 


27 


23 





24 
31 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 

.... 




MARCH 


• SEPTEMBER | 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 

1 
8 


S 
'7 


M 

1 

8 


T 
3 
9 


W 
3 

10 


T 

4 
11 


F 


S 




5 
13 


6 
13 




2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 




9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 




16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 




23 


24 
31 


25 


26 


27 


23 


29 


28 


29 


30 












30 












APRIL 


OCTOBER 1 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 








1 
8 


2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
!1 


5 
13 








1 
6 


2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 




6 


7 


5 


6 


7 




13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 




20 


31 


22 


23 


34 


25 


26 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


3S 




27 


28 


29 


30 








26 


27 


38 


29 


30 


31 






MAY 


NOVEMBER \ 




S 


M T 1 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 












1 

8 


3 

9 


3 

10 














1 
8 




4 


5 


6 


7 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 




11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 




18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


34 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


33 




25 


''. 


27 


28 


2J 


30 


31 


23 
30 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


39 




JUNE 


DCCF.MBER 1 




S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T 


W 


r 


F 


S 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 




8 


9 


10 


M 


12 


13 


14 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 




15 16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


30 




22 33 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 




29 30 . 












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30 


31 








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