Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas as Defined October 18, 1963
This report provides statistics on the population of each of the 216 standard metropolitan statistical areas, and includes the revisions to the SMSA's.
1960 Census of Population: Journey to Work
This subject report presents statistics on the patterns of commuting in SMSA's of 250,000 or more, and the characteristics of commuters.
1960 Census of Population: Employment Status and Work Experience
This subject report presents statistics on employment status at the time of the census and on work experience in 1959.
1960 Census of Population: Lifetime and Recent Migration
This subject report presents statistics on the population by state of residence in 1960 by geographic division of birth and of residence in 1955.
1960 Census of Population: Migration Between State Economic Areas
This subject report presents statistics on the streams of migrants between State economic areas and between economic subregions in the period 1955 to 1960.
1960 Census of Population: Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas
This selected area report presents statistics on the growth and characteristics of the population of standard metropolitan statistical areas.
1960 Census: Population, Income of the Elderly Population
Income in 1959 of family members and unrelated individuals 65 years and older, by family status and sex, for the U.S., States, and SMSA’s of 250,000 or more.
1960 Census: Population, Inmates of Institutions
Stats by age, color, and sex of inmates in types of institutions, for the U.S., States, and each standard metropolitan statistical area of 500,000 or more, etc.
1960 Census: Population, Occupation by Earnings and Education
National and regional stats on the earnings of males 18 to 64 years old cross-classified by educational attainment, age, and color in selected occupations.
1960 Census of Housing Vol II. Metropolitan Housing
All housing—urban and rural, farm and nonfarm—with separate statistics for owner-occupied, renter-occupied, and available vacant units.
1960 Census of Population: Mobility for Metropolitan Areas
Stats on changes in residence within and between the 101 standard metropolitan statistical areas and on the influx of people from nonmetropolitan areas.
1960 Census of Population: Mobility for States & State Economic Areas
Demographic, social and economic characteristics on population mobility in the period 1955 to 1960 for persons 5 years old and over.
1960 Census of Population: State of Birth
Stats include cross-classification by age, color, sex, and State of residence in 1960, for the U.S., by metropolitan-nonmetropolitan residence, regions, etc.
1960 Census Population, State Economic Areas
Stats on age and households relationship, by color; birthplace, mobility status, and family status; children ever born, education, and employment status; etc.
1960 Census: Fertility of the Population
The current average is already 17% above the lifetime average of about 2,140 children per 1,000 women needed for replacement of the population.
1960 Census: Place of Work and Means of Transportation
About 83% of the workers living in the central cities also worked there, about 9% commuted to the outlying suburban ring and about 2% worked outside the area.
1960 Census of Housing Vol V. Residential Finance
1960 Census of Housing statistics on the financing of nonfarm homeowner properties.
1960 Census of Housing Vol VI. Rural Housing. Economic Subregions
Cross-tabulations of housing and household characteristics for rural housing units in the United States and its 121 economic subregions.
1960 Census of Housing Vol. I. States and Small Areas
Detailed data on the characteristics of housing units for the U.S., regions, and divisions, with separate statistics for units inside and outside SMSAs.
1960 Census of Housing, Vol III. City Blocks
This report presents statistics, by city blocks, on characteristics enumerated in the 1960 Census of Housing. The housing unit is the reporting unit.
1960 Census of Population: Families
This subject report presents statistics on the composition and demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics of families.
1960 Census: Population, Fertility of Women by Number of Children
National, regional and State stats on the fertility of women in terms of their number of children ever born, by characteristics of the women and their families.