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         9 Sex.
           Male
           Female
       12 Children Under 18



        19 Place of birth.


Occupation:
       26 Trade, profession, or particular kind of work
          done
              Dairy farmers, farmers, and stock
          raisers:
          002 Dairy farmers
          000 Farmers, general farms

           Lumbermen, raftsmen, and woodchoppers:
           052 Foremen and overseers
           054 Inspectors, scalers, and surveyors
           056 Teamsters and haulers
           058 Other lumbermen, raftsmen, and
           woodchoppers
           060 Managers and officials

           100 Blacksmiths
           Forgemen, hammermen and welders
           102 Boiler makers
           104 Cabinetmakers
           106 Carpenters
           108 Coopers
           127 Dressmakers
           Electricans
           Teachers

           Railroad Transporation
           Baggaemen
           Freight Agent
           Boiler Washers and Engine Histlers
           Brakemen
           Conductors--Steam Railroad
           Foremen and Overseers
           Laborers
           Locomotive engineers
           Locomotive firemen
           Switchmen, flagmen, yardmen

           None

           Restaurant Related
Domestic Jobs

Sales Related, Merchant

Government




166 Cranemen, derrickmen, hoistmen, etc.
168 Engravers
     Filers, grinders, buffers, and polishers--
metal:
170 Buffers and polishers
172 Filers
174 Grinders
176 Firemen, except locomotive and fire
department
178 Foremen and overseers, manufacturing
     Furnace men, smelter men, heaters,
pourers, etc.:
180 Furnace men and smelter men
182 Heaters
184 Ladlers and pourers
186 Puddlers
188 Glass blowers
     Jewelers, watchmakers, goldsmiths,
and silversmiths:
190 Goldsmiths and silversmiths
192 Jewelers and lapidaries, factory
194 Jewelers and watchmakers, not in
factory
     Laborers, not otherwise specified:
196 Laborers, building, general, and not
specified

     Laborers, chemical and allied industries:
198 Fertilizer factories
200 Paint and varnish factories
202 Powder, cartridge, dynamite, fuse, and
fireworks factories
204 Soap factories
206 Other chemical factories
208 Laborers, cigar and tobacco factories
     Laborers, clay, glass, and stone
industries:
210 Brick, tile, and terra-cotta factories
212 Glass factories
214 Lime, cement, and artificial stone
factories
216 Marble and stone yards
218 Potteries
     Laborers, clothing industries:
220 Corset factories
222 Glove factories
224 Hat factories--felt
226 Shirt, collar, and cuff factories
228 Suit, coat, cloak, and overall factories
230 Other clothing factories
     Laborers, food industries:
232 Bakeries
234 Butter, cheese, and condensed milk
factories
236 Candy factories
238 Fish curing and packing
240 Flour and grain mills
242 Fruit and vegetable canning, etc.
244 Slaughter and packing houses
246 Sugar factories and refineries
248 Other food factories
250 Laborers, harness and saddle industries
252 Laborers, helpers in building and hand
trades
     Laborers, iron and steel industries:
254 Agricultural implement factories
256 Automobile factories
258 Blast furnaces and steel rolling mills
(includes tin-plate mills)
260 Car and railroad shops
262 Ship and boat building
264 Wagon and carriage factories
266 Other iron and steel factories (includes
iron foundries)
268 Metal industries, n.s.
     Laborers, other metal industries:
270 Brass mills
272 Clock and watch factories
274 Copper factories
276 Gold and silver factories
278 Jewelry factories
280 Lead and zinc factories
282 Tinware, enamel-ware, etc., factories
284 Other metal factories
     Laborers, lumber and furniture
industries:
286 Furniture factories
288 Piano and organ factories
290 Saw and planing mills (includes wood
box factories)
292 Other woodworking factories
294     Laborers, paper and pulp mills
     Laborers, printing and publishing
296 Blank book, envelopes, tag, paper bag,
etc., factories
298 Printing, publishing, and engraving
300 Laborers, shoe factories
302 Laborers, tanneries
     Laborers, textile industries:
304 Carpet mills
306 Cotton mills
308 Knitting mills
310 Lace and embroidery mills
312 Silk mills
314 Textile dyeing, finishing, and printing
mills
316 Woolen and worsted mills
318 Hemp and jute mills
320 Linen mills
322 Rope and cordage factories
324 Sail, awning, and tent factories
326 Textile mills, n.s.
     Laborers, other industries:
328 Broom and brush factories
330 Button factories
332 Charcoal and coke works
334 Electric light and power plants
336 Electrical supply factories
338 Gas works

340 Leather belt, leather case, etc., factories
342 Liquor and beverage industries
344 Paper box factories
346 Petroleum refineries
348 Rubber factories
350 Straw factories
352 Trunk factories
354 Turpentine distilleries
356 Other miscellaneous industries
358 Other industries, n.s.
360 Loom fixers

      Machinists, millwrights, and toolmakers:
362    Machinists
364    Millwrights

366 Toolmakers and die setters and sinkers
368 Managers and superintendents--
manufacturing
    Manufacturers and officials:
370 Manufacturers
372 Officials
    Mechanics, not otherwise specified
374 Gunsmiths, locksmiths, bellhangers
376 Wheelwrights
378 Other mechanics
380 Millers--grain, flour, feed, etc.
382 Milliners and millinery dealers

     Molders, formers, and casters--metal:
384 Brass molders, founders, and casters
386 Iron molders, founders, and casters
388 Other molders, founders, and casters
390 Oilers of machinery
     Painters, glaziers, varnishers,
enamelers, etc.:
392 Enamelers, lacquerers, and japanners
394 Painters, glaziers, and varnishers--
building
396 Painters, glaziers, and varnishers--
factory
398 Paper hangers
400 Pattern and model makers
     Plasterers and cement finishers:
402 Cement finishers
404 Plasterers
406 Plumbers and gas and steam fitters
408 Pressmen and plate printers--printing
410 Rollers and roll hands--metal
412 Roofers and slaters
414 Sawyers
     Semiskilled operatives, clerical and
allied industries:
416 Fertilizer factories
418 Paint and varnish factories
420 Powder, cartridge, dynamite, fuse, and
fireworks factories
422 Soap factories
424 Other chemical factories
426 Semiskilled operatives, cigar and tobacco
factories
     Semiskilled operatives, clay, glass, and
stone industries:
428 Brick, tile, and terra-cotta factories
430 Glass factories
432 Lime, cement, and artificial stone
factories,
434 Marble and stone yards
436 Potteries
     Semiskilled operatives, clothing
industries:
438 Corset factories
440 Glove factories
442 Hat factories--felt
444 Shirt, collar, and cuff factories
446   Suit, coat, cloak, and overall factories
448   Other clothing factories

     Semiskilled operatives, food industries:
450 Bakeries
452 Butter, cheese, and condensed milk
factories
454 Candy factories
456 Fish curing and packing
458 Flour and grain mills
460 Fruit and vegetable canning, etc.
462 Slaughter and packing houses
464 Sugar factories and refineries
465 Other food factories
468 Semiskilled operatives, harness and
saddle industries
     Semiskilled operatives, iron and steel
industries:
470 Agricultural implement factories
472 Automobile factories
474 Blast furnaces and steel rolling mills
(includes tin-plate factories)
476 Car and railroad shops
478 Ship and boat building
480 Wagon and carriage factories
482 Other iron and steel factories (includes
iron foundries)
484 Metal industries, n.s.
     Semiskilled operatives, other metal
industries:
486 Brass mills
488 Clock and watch factories
490 Copper factories
492 Gold and silver factories
494 Jewelry factories
496 Lead and zinc factories
498 Tinware, enamel-ware, etc., factories
500 Other metal factories
     Semiskilled operatives, lumber and
furniture industries:
502 Furniture factories
504 Piano and organ factories
506 Saw and planning mills (includes "box
factories-wood")
508 Other woodworking factories
510 Semiskilled operatives, paper and pulp
mills
     Semiskilled operatives, printing and
publishing:
512 Blank book, envelope, tag, paper bag,
etc., factories
514 Printing, publishing, and engraving
516 Semiskilled operatives, shoe factories
518 Semiskilled operatives, tanneries
     Semiskilled operatives, textile
industries:
520 Carpet mills
522 Cotton mills
524 Knitting mills
526 Lace and embroidery mills
528 Silk mills
530 Textile dyeing, finishing, and printing
mills
532 Woolen and worsted mills
534 Hemp and jute mills
536 Linen mills
538 Rope and cordage factories
540 Sail, awning, and tent factories
542 Textile mills, n.s.

      Semiskilled operatives, other industries:
544     Broom and brush factories
546     Building and hand trades
548     Button factories
550     Charcoal and coke works
552     Electric light and power plants
554     Electrical supply factories
556     Gas works

558 Leather belt, leather case, etc. factories
560 Liquor and beverage industries
562 Paper bow factories
564 Petroleum refineries
566 Rubber factories
568 Straw factories
570 Trunk factories
572 Turpentine distilleries
574 Other miscellaneous industries
576 Other industries, n.s.
578 Shoemakers and cobblers, not in factory
    Skilled occupations, not otherwise
specified:
580 Annealers and temperers--metal
582 Piano and organ tuners
584 Wood carvers
586 Other skilled occupations
588 Stonecutters
590 Structural iron workers--building
592 Tailors and tailoresses
    Tinsmiths and coppersmiths:
594 Coppersmiths
596 Tinsmiths and sheet metal workers
598 Upholsterers
TRANSPORTATION

   Water transportation, selected
occupations:

600     Boatmen, canalmen, and lock keepers
602     Captains, masters, mates, and pilots
604     Longshoremen and stevedores
606     Sailors and deckhands
     Road and street transportation,
selected occupations:
608 Carriage and hack drivers
610 Chauffeurs
612 Draymen, teamsters, and expressmen,
n.e.c.1
614 Foremen of livery and transfer
companies
616 Garage keepers and managers
618 Hostlers and stable hands
     Laborers--garage, road, and street:
620 Garage
621 Road and street building and repairing
622 Street cleaning
624 Livery stable keepers and managers
626 Proprietors and managers of transfer
companies
     Railroad transportation, selected
occupations:
        Baggagemen and freight agents:
628         Baggagemen
629         Freight agents
630 Boiler washers and engine hostlers
632 Brakemen
634 Conductors--steam railroad
636 Conductors--street railroad
        Foremen and overseers:
638         Steam railroad
639         Street railroad
        Laborers:
640         Steam railroad
642         Street railroad
644     Locomotive engineers
646     Locomotive firemen
        Motormen:
648         Steam railroad
649         Street railroad
        Officials and superintendents:
650         Steam railroad
652         Street railroad

      Switchmen, flagmen, and yardmen:
654        Switchmen and flagmen --steam
railroad
655        Switchmen and flagmen--street
railroad
656 Yardmen--steam railroad
658 Ticket and station agents
      Express, post, telegraph, and
telephone, selected occupations:
660 Agents--express companies
        Express messengers and railway mail
clerks:
662        Express messengers
664        Railway mail clerks
666        Mail carriers
668 Telegraph and telephone linemen
670 Telegraph messengers
672 Telegraph operators
674 Telephone operators

    Other transportation pursuits: oremen
and overseers, not otherwise specified:
676 Road and street building and repairing
677 Telegraph and telephone
678 Water transportation
679 Other transportation
    Inspectors:
680 Steam railroad
681 Street railroad
682 Telegraph and telephone
683 Other transportation
    Laborers, not otherwise specified:
685 Express companies
686 Pine-lines
687 Telegraph and telephone
688 Water transportation
689 Other transportation
    Proprietors, officials, and
messengers,not otherwise specified:
690 Telegraph and telephone
691 Other transportation
    Other occupations, semi-skilled:
693 Road and street building and repairing
694      Steam railroad
695      Street railroad
696 Telegraph and telephone
697 Water transportation
699 Other transportation

TRADE


    Bankers, brokers, and money lenders:
700     Bankers and bank officials
701     Commercial brokers and commission
men

702 Loan brokers and loan company officials
703 Pawnbrokers
704 Stockbrokers
705 Brokers not specified and promoters
707 Clerks in stores
708 Commercial travelers

709 Decorators, drapers, and window dressers
    Deliverymen:
710 Bakeries and laundries
711 Stores

      Floorwalkers, foremen, and overseers:
713     Floorwalkers and foremen in stores

714 Foremen--warehouses, stockyards, etc.
716 Inspectors, gaugers, and samplers
    Insurance agents and officials:
718 Insurance agents
719 Officials of insurance companies
    Laborers in coal and lumber yards,
warehouses, etc.:
720 Coal yards
721 Elevators
722 Lumberyards
723 Stockyards
724 Warehouses
726 Laborers, porters, and helpers in stores
728 Newsboys
    Proprietors, officials, and managers,
not otherwise specified:
730 Employment office keepers
731 Proprietors, etc., elevators
732 Proprietors, etc., warehouses
733 Other proprietors, officials, and
managers
735 Real estate agents and officials
    Retail dealers:
737 Agricultural implements and wagons
738 Art stores and artists' materials
739 Automobiles and accessories
740 Bicycles
741 Books
742 Boots and shoes
743 Butchers and meat dealers
744 Buyers and shippers of grain
745 Buyers and shippers of live stock
746 Buyers and shippers of other farm
produce
747 Candy and confectionery
748 Cigars and tobacco
749 Carpets and rugs
750 Clothing and men's furnishings
751 Coal and wood
752 Coffee and tea

753 Crockery, glassware, and queensware
754 Curios, antiques, and novelties
755 Delicatessen stores
756 Department stores
757 Drugs and medicines, including
druggists and pharmacists
758 Dry goods, fancy goods, and notions
759 Five and ten cent and variety stores
760 Florists--dealers
761 Flour and feed
762 Fruit
763 Furniture
764 Furs
765 Gas fixtures and electrical supplies
766 General stores
767 Groceries
768 Hardware, stoves, and cutlery
769 Harness and saddlery
770 Hucksters and peddlers
771 Ice
772 Jewelry
773 Junk
774 Leather and hides
776 Lumber
777 Milk
778 Music and musical instruments
779 Newsdealers
780 Oil, paint, and wall paper
781 Opticians
782 Produce and provisions
783 Rags
784 Stationery
785 Retail dealers, n.e.c.
786 Retail dealers, n..s.
    Salesmen and saleswomen:
788 Auctioneers
789 Demonstrators
790 Sales agents
791 Salesmen and saleswomen--stores
793 Undertakers
795 Wholesale dealers, importers, and
exporters
    Other pursuits, semi-skilled:
796    Fruit graders and packers
797    Meat cutters
798    Packers, wholesale and retail trade
799    Other occupations

PUBLIC SERVICE, NOT ELSEWHERE
CLASSIFIED

800 Firemen--fire department
802 Guards, watchmen, and doorkeepers
    Laborers--public service:
804 Garbage men and scavengers
805 Other laborers
    Marshals, sheriffs, detectives, etc.:
807 Detectives
809 Marshals and constables
810 Probation and truant officers
812 Sheriffs
    Officials and inspectors--city and
county:
814 Officials and inspectors--city
815 Officials and inspectors--county
    Officials and inspectors--state and
UnitedStates:
817 Officials and inspectors--state
818 Postmasters
819 Other United States officials
820 Policemen
822 Soldiers, sailors, and marines
    Other pursuits:
824 Life-savers
825 Lighthouse keepers
826 Other occupations

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

    Actors and showmen:
828   Actors
829   Showmen
830   Architects
832   Artists, sculptors, and teachers of art
    Authors, editors, and reporters:
834 Authors
835 Editors and reporters
837 Chemists, assayers, and metallurgists
839 Clergymen
840 College presidents and professors
842 Dentists
    Designers, drafters, and inventors:
844 Designers
846 Draftsmen
848 Inventors
850 Lawyers, judges, and justices
852 Musicians and teachers of music
854 Osteopaths
856 Photographers
858 Physicians and surgeons
      Teachers:
860 Teachers--athletics, dancing, etc.
862 Teachers--school
      Technical engineers:
864 Civil engineers and surveyors
866 Electrical engineers
868 Mechanical engineers and technical
engineers, n.e.c.
870 Mining engineers
872 Trained nurses
874 Veterinary surgeons
      Other professional pursuits:
876 Aeronauts
878 Librarians
880 Other occupations
      Semiprofessional pursuits
882 Abstractors, notaries, and justices of
peace
883 Fortune tellers, hypnotists, spiritualists,
etc.
884 Healers, except osteopaths and
physicians and surgeons
885 Keepers of charitable and penal
institutions
886 Keepers of pleasure resorts, race
tracks, etc.
887 Officials of lodges, societies, etc.

888 Religious, charity, and welfare workers
889 Theatrical owners, managers, and
officials
890 Turfmen and sportsmen
891 Other occupations
     Attendants and helpers--professional
service
893 Dentists' assistants and apprentices
894 Librarians' assistants and attendants
895 Physicians' and surgeons' attendants
896 Stage hands and circus helpers
897 Theater ushers
899 Other attendants and helpers

DOMESTIC AND PERSONAL SERVICE.

900 Barbers, hairdressers, and manicurists
     Billiard room, dance hall, skating rink,
etc., keepers:
902   Billiard and pool room keepers

904 Dance hall, skating rink, etc., keepers
906 Boarding and lodging house keepers
908 Bootblacks
910 Charwomen and cleaners
912 Elevator tenders
914 Hotel keepers and managers
916 Housekeepers and stewards
918 Janitors and sextons
920 Laborers--domestic and professional
service

922 Launderers and laundresses--not in laundry
    Laundry operatives:
924 Foremen and overseers
926 Laborers
928 Other operatives
    Laundry owners, officials, and
managers:
930 Managers and officials
932 Owners and proprietors
    Midwives and nurses, not trained:
934 Midwives
936 Nurses, not trained
    Porters, except in stores:
938 Porters, domestic and professional
service
940 Porters--steam railroad
942 Other porters, except in stores

944 Restaurant, cafe, and lunch room keepers
    Servants:
946 Bell boys, chore boys, etc.
948 Butlers
950 Chambermaids
952 Coachmen and footmen
954 Cooks
956 Ladies' maids, valets, etc.
958 Nurse maids
960 Other servants
962 Waiters
    Other pursuits:
964 Bartenders
966 Bathhouse keepers and attendants
968 Cemetery keepers

970   Cleaners and renovators--clothing, etc.
972   Hunters, trappers and guides
974   Saloon keepers

976   Umbrella menders and scissors grinders
978   Other occupations

CLERICAL OCCUPATIONS

   Agents, canvassers, and collectors:
980   Agents
982   Canvassers
984   Collectors
   Bookkeepers, cashiers, and
accountants:
986 Accountants and auditors
988 Bookkeepers and cashiers
   Clerks--except clerks in stores:
990 Shipping clerks
992 Weighers
994 Other clerks
995 Stenographers and typewriters
   Messenger, bundle, and office boys--
except telegraph messengers:
996 Bundle and cash boys and girls
997 Messenger, errand, and office boys

998   Illegible
999   No occupation reported

				
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