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This volume consists of four reports based on the tabulation of a sample of the census returns.

General Characteristics

Families are classified according to tenure, size, number of children under 10, 18, and 21 years old, labor force status of children 14-17 years old, number of lodgers and subfamilies, number of persons in the labor force, number of employed workers, family employment status, class-of-worker composition, and family wage or salary income and receipt of other income. Heads of families shown by race, nativity, parentage, citizenship, sex, marital status, age, highest grade of school completed, migration status and 1935 residence, employment status, and major occupation group.

Tenure and Rent

Characteristics of urban and rural-nonfarm families and heads of families shown in relation to the tenure and monthly rent of the dwelling units occupied by the families. Families classified by size, number of children under 21 years old, number of lodgers and subfamilies, number of persons in the labor force, number of employed workers, class-of-worker composition, family employment status, family wage or salary income, and receipt of other income. Heads of families shown by race, nativity, citizenship, sex and marital status, age, employment status, major occupation group, migration status, and residence of migrants in 1935.

Income and Rent

Characteristics of urban and rural-nonfarm families and heads of families shown in relation to monthly rent and family wage or salary income and receipt of other income in 1939. Heads of families shown by sex, marital status (of male head), employment status, and major occupation group. Families classified by size, number of children under 21 years old, and number of persons in the labor force. Dwelling units classified by number of rooms and state of repair and plumbing equipment.

Characteristics of Rural-Farm Families

Statistics by tenure of home, employment status of head and major farm occupation group of employed head. Important family characteristics shown for groups by value of home or monthly rent. Families classified by size, number of children under 21 years old, number of lodgers and subfamilies, number of persons in the labor force, number of employed workers, class-of-worker composition, family employment status, family wage or salary income, and receipt of other income. Heads of families shown by age, sex, marital status, race, migration status, and residence of migrants in 1935.

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A Note on Language

Census statistics date back to 1790 and reflect the growth and change of the United States. Past census reports contain some terms that today’s readers may consider obsolete and inappropriate. As part of our goal to be open and transparent with the public, we are improving access to all Census Bureau original publications and statistics, which serve as a guide to the nation's history.

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