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The Resource 1963 census of business : major retail center statistics : [Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area], U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census

1963 census of business : major retail center statistics : [Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area], U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census

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1963 census of business : major retail center statistics : [Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area]
Title
1963 census of business
Title remainder
major retail center statistics : [Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area]
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census
Title variation
Major retail centers
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eng
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federal national government publication
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  • illustrations
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Label
1963 census of business : major retail center statistics : [Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area], U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census
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"This report is a preprint of a corresponding chapter of Vol. III- Retail Trade, Major Retail Center Statistics"--p. [2] of cover of each no
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text
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Contents
  • [v.1.] [no.1.] Summary report; [no.2.] Akron, Ohio; [no.3.] Albany-Schenectady-Troy, SMSA; [no.4.] Albuquerque, N. Mex.; [no.5.] Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa.-N.J.; [no.6.] Amarillo, Tex.; [no.7.] Anaheim-Santa Ana-Garden Grove, Calif.; [no.8.] Atlanta, Ga.; [no.9.] Austin, Tex.; [no.10.] Baltimore, Md.; [no.11.] Baton Rouge, La.; [no.12.] Beaumont-Port Arthur, Tex.; [no.13.] Birmingham, Ala.; [no.14.] Boston, Mass.; [no.15.] Bridgeport, Conn.; [no.16.] Buffalo, N.Y.; [no.17.] Canton, Ohio -- [v.2.] [no.18.] Charlotte, N.C.; [no.19.] Chattanooga, Tenn.-Ga.; [no.20.] Chicago, Ill.; [no.21.] Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.-Ind.; [no.22.] Cleveland, Ohio; [no.23.] Columbus, Ga.-Ala.; [no.24.] Columbus, Ohio; [no.25.] Corpus Christi, Tex.; [no.26.] Dallas, Tex.; [no.27.] Dayton, Ohio; [no.29.] Des Moines, Iowa; [no.30.] Detroit, Mich.; [no.31.] El Paso, Tex.; [no.32.] Erie, Pa.; [no.33.] Evansville, Ind.-Ky.; [no.34.] Fall River, Mass.-R.I.; [no.35.] Flint, Mich. -- [v.3.] [no.36.] Fort Wayne, Ind.; [no.37.] Fort Worth, Tex.; [no.38.] Fresno, Calif.; [no.39.] Gary-Hammond-East Chicago, Ind.; [no.40.] Grand Rapids, Mich.; [no.41.] Greensboro-High Point, N.C.; [no.42.] Hartford, Conn.; [no.43.] Honolulu, Hawaii; [no.44.] Houston, Tex.; [no.45.] Indianapolis, Ind.; [no.46.] Jackson, Miss.;
  • [no.47.] Jacksonville, Fla.; [no.48.] Jersey City, N.J.; [no.49.] Kansas City, Mo.-Kans.; [no.50.] Knoxville, Tenn.; [no.51.] Lansing, Mich. -- [v.4.] [no.52.] Lincoln, Nebr.; [no.53.] Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark.; [no.54.] Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.; [no.55.] Louisville, Ky.-Ind.; [no.56.] Lubbock, Tex.; [no.57.] Macon, Ga.; [no.58.] Madison, Wis.; [no.59.] Memphis, Tenn.-Ark.; [no.60.] Miami, Fla.; [no.61.] Milwaukee, Wis.; [no.62.] Minneapolis-St. Paul SMSA; [no.63.] Mobile, Ala.; [no.64.] Montgomery, Ala.; [no.65.] Nashville, Tenn.; [no.66.] New Bedford, Mass.; [no.67.] New Haven, Conn.; [no.68.] New Orleans, La.; [no.69.] New York, N.Y. -- [v.5.] [no.70.] Newark, N.J.; [no.71.] Newport News-Hampton, Va.; [no.72.] Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va.; [no.73.] Oklahoma City, Okla.; [no.74.] Omaha, Nebr.-Iowa; [no.75.] Paterson-Clifton-Passaic, N.J.; [no.76.] Peoria, Ill.; [no.77.] Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J.; [no.78.] Phoenix, Ariz.; [no.79.] Pittsburgh, Pa.;[no.80.] Portland, Oreg.-Wash.; [no.82.] Reading, Pa.; [no.83.] Richmond, Va.; [no.84.] Rochester, N.Y.; [no.85.] Rockford, Ill. -- [v.6.] [no.86.] Sacramento, Calif.; [no.87.] St. Louis, Mo.-Ill.; [no.88.] Salt Lake City, Utah; [no.89.] San Antonio, Tex.; [no.90.] San Diego, Calif.; [no.91.]
  • [no.92.] San Jose, Calif.; [no.93.] Savannah, Ga.; [no.94.] Scranton, Pa.; [no.95.] Seattle-Everett, Wash.; [no.96.] Shreveport, La.; [no.97.] South Bend, Ind.; [no.98.] Spokane, Wash.; [no.99.] Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke, Mass.-Conn.; [no.100.] Syracuse, N.Y.; [no.101.] Tacoma, Wash.; [no.102.] Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla.; [no.103.] Toledo, Ohio-Mich.; [no.104.] Topeka, Kans.; [no.105.] Trenton, N.J.; [no.106.] Tucson, Ariz.; [no.107.] Tulsa, Okla.; [no.108.] Utica-Rome, N.Y.; [no.109.] Waco, Tex.; [no.110.] Washington, D.C.-Md.-Va.; [no.111.] Waterbury, Conn.; [no.112.] Wichita, Kans.; [no.113.] Wichita Falls, Tex.; [no.114.] Wilmington, Del.-N.J.-Md.; [no.115.] Winston-Salem, N.C.; [no. 116.] Worcester, Mass.; [no.117.] Youngstown-Warren, Ohio
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30 cm.
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117 no. in 7 v.
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unmediated
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ill., maps.
System control number
  • (CU)GLAD16911894
  • (OCoLC)ocn373858425
Label
1963 census of business : major retail center statistics : [Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area], U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census
Publication
Note
"This report is a preprint of a corresponding chapter of Vol. III- Retail Trade, Major Retail Center Statistics"--p. [2] of cover of each no
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • [v.1.] [no.1.] Summary report; [no.2.] Akron, Ohio; [no.3.] Albany-Schenectady-Troy, SMSA; [no.4.] Albuquerque, N. Mex.; [no.5.] Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa.-N.J.; [no.6.] Amarillo, Tex.; [no.7.] Anaheim-Santa Ana-Garden Grove, Calif.; [no.8.] Atlanta, Ga.; [no.9.] Austin, Tex.; [no.10.] Baltimore, Md.; [no.11.] Baton Rouge, La.; [no.12.] Beaumont-Port Arthur, Tex.; [no.13.] Birmingham, Ala.; [no.14.] Boston, Mass.; [no.15.] Bridgeport, Conn.; [no.16.] Buffalo, N.Y.; [no.17.] Canton, Ohio -- [v.2.] [no.18.] Charlotte, N.C.; [no.19.] Chattanooga, Tenn.-Ga.; [no.20.] Chicago, Ill.; [no.21.] Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.-Ind.; [no.22.] Cleveland, Ohio; [no.23.] Columbus, Ga.-Ala.; [no.24.] Columbus, Ohio; [no.25.] Corpus Christi, Tex.; [no.26.] Dallas, Tex.; [no.27.] Dayton, Ohio; [no.29.] Des Moines, Iowa; [no.30.] Detroit, Mich.; [no.31.] El Paso, Tex.; [no.32.] Erie, Pa.; [no.33.] Evansville, Ind.-Ky.; [no.34.] Fall River, Mass.-R.I.; [no.35.] Flint, Mich. -- [v.3.] [no.36.] Fort Wayne, Ind.; [no.37.] Fort Worth, Tex.; [no.38.] Fresno, Calif.; [no.39.] Gary-Hammond-East Chicago, Ind.; [no.40.] Grand Rapids, Mich.; [no.41.] Greensboro-High Point, N.C.; [no.42.] Hartford, Conn.; [no.43.] Honolulu, Hawaii; [no.44.] Houston, Tex.; [no.45.] Indianapolis, Ind.; [no.46.] Jackson, Miss.;
  • [no.47.] Jacksonville, Fla.; [no.48.] Jersey City, N.J.; [no.49.] Kansas City, Mo.-Kans.; [no.50.] Knoxville, Tenn.; [no.51.] Lansing, Mich. -- [v.4.] [no.52.] Lincoln, Nebr.; [no.53.] Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark.; [no.54.] Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.; [no.55.] Louisville, Ky.-Ind.; [no.56.] Lubbock, Tex.; [no.57.] Macon, Ga.; [no.58.] Madison, Wis.; [no.59.] Memphis, Tenn.-Ark.; [no.60.] Miami, Fla.; [no.61.] Milwaukee, Wis.; [no.62.] Minneapolis-St. Paul SMSA; [no.63.] Mobile, Ala.; [no.64.] Montgomery, Ala.; [no.65.] Nashville, Tenn.; [no.66.] New Bedford, Mass.; [no.67.] New Haven, Conn.; [no.68.] New Orleans, La.; [no.69.] New York, N.Y. -- [v.5.] [no.70.] Newark, N.J.; [no.71.] Newport News-Hampton, Va.; [no.72.] Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va.; [no.73.] Oklahoma City, Okla.; [no.74.] Omaha, Nebr.-Iowa; [no.75.] Paterson-Clifton-Passaic, N.J.; [no.76.] Peoria, Ill.; [no.77.] Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J.; [no.78.] Phoenix, Ariz.; [no.79.] Pittsburgh, Pa.;[no.80.] Portland, Oreg.-Wash.; [no.82.] Reading, Pa.; [no.83.] Richmond, Va.; [no.84.] Rochester, N.Y.; [no.85.] Rockford, Ill. -- [v.6.] [no.86.] Sacramento, Calif.; [no.87.] St. Louis, Mo.-Ill.; [no.88.] Salt Lake City, Utah; [no.89.] San Antonio, Tex.; [no.90.] San Diego, Calif.; [no.91.]
  • [no.92.] San Jose, Calif.; [no.93.] Savannah, Ga.; [no.94.] Scranton, Pa.; [no.95.] Seattle-Everett, Wash.; [no.96.] Shreveport, La.; [no.97.] South Bend, Ind.; [no.98.] Spokane, Wash.; [no.99.] Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke, Mass.-Conn.; [no.100.] Syracuse, N.Y.; [no.101.] Tacoma, Wash.; [no.102.] Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla.; [no.103.] Toledo, Ohio-Mich.; [no.104.] Topeka, Kans.; [no.105.] Trenton, N.J.; [no.106.] Tucson, Ariz.; [no.107.] Tulsa, Okla.; [no.108.] Utica-Rome, N.Y.; [no.109.] Waco, Tex.; [no.110.] Washington, D.C.-Md.-Va.; [no.111.] Waterbury, Conn.; [no.112.] Wichita, Kans.; [no.113.] Wichita Falls, Tex.; [no.114.] Wilmington, Del.-N.J.-Md.; [no.115.] Winston-Salem, N.C.; [no. 116.] Worcester, Mass.; [no.117.] Youngstown-Warren, Ohio
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
117 no. in 7 v.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
ill., maps.
System control number
  • (CU)GLAD16911894
  • (OCoLC)ocn373858425

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