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1930 Census: Distribution Volume 2. Wholesale Distribution. State Reports with Statistics for Cities and a Summary for the United States including County Statistics

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This volume incorporates the State series of wholesale distribution bulletins.

Three introductory chapters (1. General analysis of the wholesale field; 2. Classifications and definitions; 3. General explanations) are followed by a United States summary, charts, maps, summary tables and detailed tables for the United States and individual States.

The 13 tables presented for each State include:

  1. Summary of wholesale trade by principal classifications
  2. Wholesalers only by kinds of business
  3. Wholesale trade by kind of business
  4. Wholesale trade by type of establishment
  5. Number of establishments, net sales, and total expenses by type and kind of business
  6. Net sales by type of wholesale establishment and kind of business
  7. Total expenses by type of wholesale establishment and kind of business
  8. Summary of wholesale trade by character of organization
  9. Wholesale trade by the number of marketing units and kind of business
  10. Employees engaged in wholesale trade by kind of business
  11. Classification of wholesale merchants according to net sales by kind of business
  12. Number of wholesale establishments by kind of business for cities of 20,000 population and over
  13. Commodity sales by kind of business and type of establishment

An appendix section reproduces the schedules used in the Census of Wholesale Distribution.

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