Volume II, Nonfarm Housing Characteristics, comprises five parts. Data for the United States, for each of the nine geographic divisions, and for each of the 152 standard metropolitan areas of 100,000 inhabitants or more, are presented as separate chapters. The standard metropolitan areas are arranged alphabetically.
Data for selected cities are contained in the chapter for the standard metropolitan area in which the city is located. The description of the division or standard metropolitan area is given on page 2 in the chapter for that division or area.
The divisions, standard metropolitan areas, and cities, by part number, are listed below; the cities are indented under the names of the standard metropolitan areas.
Part 1: United States and Geographic Divisions (9)
STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS AND CITIES:
Part 2: Akron, OH – Des Moines, IA
Part 3: Detroit, MI – Memphis, TN
Part 4: Miami, FL – Salt Lake City, UT
Part 5: San Antonio, TX – Youngstown, OH
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